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fast- moving and highly charged debate again today over judge brett kavanaugh's nomination to the supreme court.. and the allegations of sexual assault brought against him by a number of women... good evening im pam moore. (catherine) and i'm catherine heenan in for ken wayne. shortly before that dramatic confrontation....arizona senator jeff flake had said he'd be supporting judge kavanaugh's nomination. but afterthe face-off with protestors....he said he'd do so onlywith an important condition.. (pam) hours later he called for a pause on the vote.. and asked that president trump recommend an f-b-i investigation. (catherine) as phil mattingly explains the president 'did' order the f-b-i to do just that. tonight, republican senator jeff flake - pivoting.sen. jeff flake, (r) judiciary committee: "i will only be comfortable moving on the floor until the fbi has done more investigation than they have already. it may not take them a week. i understand that some of these witnesses may not want to discuss anything further. but i think we owe them due diligence."...telling colleagues he will áonlyá support kavanaugh's nomination on the senate floor ... if ...
the floor votes are delayed, and a one week fbi probe into assault allegations is commenced.sen. jeff flake, (r) judiciary committee: "the democrats who have been i think justifiably uncomfortable moving ahead, could publicly in an effort to bring this country together, say that we would feel better. i'm not expecting them to vote yes, but not to complain that an fbi investigation has not occurr."that pronouncement coming after more than an hour of dramatic - and secret - closed-door talks between flake and the panel's democrats - starting right here as flake departed the hearing room, in order to meet with delaware democrat chris coons - who later praised flake's move.sen. chris coons, (d) judiciary committee: "it is my hope that we could work together on a bipartisan basis to diligently pursue an fbi investigation within the next week - not for the purpose of delay, but for the purpose of investigating further either allegations made by dr. ford or others, with the goal towards demonstrating a bipartisan commitment to diligently investigating these allegations. thank you mr. chairman. thank you senator flake."moments later, committee chairman chuck grassley called for a vote.nats kavanaugh's nomination moving to the floor of the senate along party lines. the whole affair a stunning turn - given flake just a few hours prior, announced he would vote to confirm kavanaugh, and the first floor votes scheduled to take place saturday. but in between that statement ... those secret conversations and the committee vote - this: nats: "look at me when i'm talking to you. you're telling me that my assault doesn't matter. that what happened to me doesn't matter and that you're going to let people who do these things into power - that's what you're telling me, when you vote for him. don't look away from me, look at me and tell me that it doesn't matter what happened to me." flake ... cornered in an elevator by a woman who said she was a sexual assault survivor - something that made him visibly shaken en he entered the hearing room, and throughout the meeting.sen. jeff flake, (r) judiciary committee: "this country's being ripped apart here and
the women who confronted senator flake... sharply criticized him moments after his initial statement of support for kavanaugh ... was made public. and now we are 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.>
(pam) senator flake was asked whether the two women played a role in his decision... he responded by saying... everything he has seen and experienced in the last couple of weeks ... has had an impact.. (catherine) earlier tonight... u-s-f professor james taylor joined us on the set,... to give his take on the kavanaugh controversy. win for democracy. today was a ....democracy won the battle ((catherine)) also joining us today.. the former chair of the state republican party .... tom del becarro. he says republicans agreed to the f-b-i investigation.. because they don't have enough votes to confirm brett kavanaugh. ...said ok
(pam) the f- (pam) (pam) the f-b-i investigation will del the nomination a week .. so what difference can a week really make? kron 4's hermela aregawi talked with a former f-b-i agent about that ... she is here with us now .. hermela, what can we expect? (hermela aregawi)according to former fbi agent rick smith.. we shouldn't expect any groundbreaking information. he says.. it's an old case.. there's not a lot of people to interview..and so he tells me.. in a week, the story will look a lot like what it does today. history unfolds.. as the fbi is thurst into the center of a controversial supreme court nomination... and the me too movement..the case.. dr. christine blasey ford versus judge brett kavanaugh.ford says.. when they were in high school.. the nominee pushed her into a room.. pinned her
to a bed, tried to take her clothes off.. and then put his hand over her mouth to keep her from yelling.he says... it never happened. the fbi has been given a week to investigate the case... but is that enough time?rick smith/former fbi agentthat's enough time, there's 56 field offices, 63 legal ataches foreign offices, and you've got 13,000 agent. this is the biggest thing in the country right now, they'll get it done. but what are the chances the agency will uncover new information that will dramatically change the narrative?rick smith/former fbi agentit's a 36 year old case. there's not that many people involved that will testify or can be identified and it's old, so to expect to get a lot of evidentiary information or corroborating evidence difficult to imagine that happening. it's a long time ago and that's why there are statue of limitations because of the time that passes. people's memory changes. you don't recollect stuff.but the fbi has a key witness, that they refused to subpoena ahead of thisweek's hearings. ford says.. kavanaugh's friend mark judge was in the room during the assault. through his lawyer.. judge now says.. he is willing to cooperate with the investigation. rick smith/former fbi agentwhat develops out of a case is witness testimony which would allow for one side to be more believable than the other. who knows what's going to happen but if people have already testified or provided statements indicating they weren't there. so it's hard to believe that it will be that much different than it is right now.
(pam) for many survivors of sexual violence, the widespread reporting of the kavanaugh and ford testimonies have triggered flashbacks and unpleasant memories of what they have endured. the hearings have encouraged many to speak up for the very first time .. sometimes decades after the incidents occurred... that includes celebrities. for example, modern family star sarah hyland says, she was sexually assaulted in high school by a friend. several woman called c-span during a break in the hearings, to come forward about their expericens. and a blizzard of women speaking out on social media. (catherine) the national sexual assault hotline has been inundated with calls. there's been a 200-percent increase since christine blasey ford came forward. if you or someone you know needs to reach out the number is 1-800-656-hope.
and that information is on our website at kron 4 dot com. (pam) also, at kron-4 dot com... you can watch the full elevator confrontation between protesters and arizona senator jeff flake.... find the testimony from christine blasey- ford and brett kavanaugh.....and stay up to date on the f-b-i investigation next week. (pam) in a story only on four ... a richmond family is pleading with the public for help... as they search for 18- year old mariah davis ... she has not been heard from in the last two days... (catherine) 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 with the latest....ella? not only is her daughter missing but alfreda james tells me the car she was driving was ditched in richmond by a man that ran off from police. the family of 18 year old mariah davis last saw her on saturday at a birthday party. then her mom says wednesday
was the last time they spoke on the phone.that davis was in good spirits and planning on applying for a new job.for two days her family has been anxiously waiting for her return.sot: alfreda james, mother// "shes out there somewhere. please someone find her. we miss you mariah we miss you."hermom filed a missing persons report with the contra costa county sheriff's department whose investigators are looking for davis. her mom says detectives found that her daughter's cell phone last pinged on wednesday from la pinata restaurant in san leandro where they told her she was seen on surveillence video getting into her 2005 gray nissan altima around 2 in the afternoon with her ex boyfriend. sot: phyllis james, aunt// "normally she will contact her and let her know where she's at. even if she does'nt come home she knows where her daughter is and it's been a long time that she hasnt heard from her and the family is very worried."adding to their worry...richmond police came to her mom's door thursday morning around midnight saying they tried to stop the car her daughter was last driving but instead found a male driver inside who ran away with davis no where in sight. richmond police are following up with the driver while the family hopes anyone with information on where davis may be comes forward. live in richmond ella sogomonian kron 4 news.
(pam) coming up: new video showing car burglars in progress. now, police are trying to track them down (catherine) also a bay area women's desperate plea... after her husband was violently attacked in san francisco. a look at the suspect police may be looking for. (pam) and next: in the south bay.. a man is accused of killing his stepdaughter. how police say, it was information they found on the victim's 'fit-bit' ... that led to an arrest..
(pam) san jose police have arrested a 90-year-old man .. on suspicion of murdering his stepdaughter karen navarra ... in her home on terra noble way.(catherine) 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 nrby 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 lt that this happened in their normally quiet safe neighborhood in san jose gabe slate kron 4 news.
police are looking for the person who made 18 peoplesick yesterday - after a pepper spray attack.. we first reported this as breaking news last night at five. we now know what the suspect looks like...because of this surveillance photo. it happened at a walgreens store on springs road in vallejo. 2 store employees were taken to the hospital...and more than a dozen others were treated at the scene. employees say a person walked into the store and first pepper sprayeda woman who works there....and then a second employee who tried to help her. police are asking that anyone who recognizes the person in the
picture to call them.. (pam) in san francsico -- the search is on for a suspect ... wanted for an assault that happened earlier this month. pay attention to the very top of your screen ... you can see a white car, pulling up to the intersection. this surveillence video also shows... the victim waiting on the street corner for a rideshare service, then the white vehicle pulls up next to him. police say, the victim believed the vehicle belonged to the rideshare company. the suspect exits the vehicle and punches the victim, causing him to fall to the ground and sustain life threatening injuries. the suspect returns to his white car and then flees the scene. (pam) the san francisco police department released this sketch of the person beleived to be the suspect. he is described as a 6-foot tall asian male... last seen wearing a black t-shirt and black jeans. he was seen leaving the scene in a white, four- door sedan , with silver rims and black roof. a live look outside on this friday night.. lawrence has
the cooler weekend forecast lawrence karnow: it was much cooler karnow: it was lawrence 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.
(pam) coming up- a 5-year-old boy who passed away after a battle with cancer, wrote his own obitubary. one of his requests was that his parents bury him in northern california. (catherine) and next: law students in southern california say there may be even more cold cases linked to the golden state killer ...
(catherine) investigators, lawyers and law students in southern california think there could be even more victims of the suspected "golden state killer."(pam) they say other cold cases in the state have striking similarities.... to the crimes authorities say, joseph deangelo committed in the 1970s and 80s. michele gile reports. éthe unsolved murder of patricia neufeld, a young
garden grove mother. who lived just blocks from the brother of the alleged golden state killer joseph deangelo...is getting a fresh look -- 40 years after it happened.a group of u-c irvine law students and the pro bono group innocents rights of orange county, are starting to dig into whether neufeld could be another victim of the accused serial murderer and rapist.della donna/innocence rights of orange county:"the similarities between the golden state killer's mo and what was found at the scene of the crime for patricia neufeld, are strikingly similar."the 34-year-old victim's home was about six blocks from joseph deangelo's brother.the lawyers say they found out patricia neufeld was bludgeoned to death with a bowling pin that was left behind.the infants who were with her were unharmed.the house wasn't ransacked -- the brutal killing was two days before thanksgiving back in 1978.della donna/innocence rights of orange county:"we have reason to believe that a lot of golden state killer cases were based upon opportunity. he would be familiar with the neighborhood, he would start stalking people and neighbors. and we believe he came to his
brother's house shortly before the holiday and committed this murder."another case... the killing of fountain valley's joan anderson... could also be linked to the golden state killer.the same group of lawyers brought this to the attention of the orange county district attorney... which is now investigating. (catherine) deangelo will be tried on a string of murder counts in a single trial in sacramento. (pam) coming up: a strong voice in the 'me too' movement sitting behind brett kavanaugh during his testimony. actress alyssa milano's response ... and why she was reprimanded by captiol police. (catherine) also - the first conviction of its kind in los angeles. who was hurt when a man was riding an electric scooter.. drunk (pam) and next: an anonymous threat to an east bay high school . we'll tell you when and where you will see extra police patrols. (lawrence)ten at ten
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surveillance video captured the suspects checking several cars. the suspect vehicle is a white ford s-u- v... possibly an explorer or expedition.if you have seen this vehicle or can identify these suspects.. you are asked to contact morgan hill police. (pam) in the east bay, police in dublin are investigating a possible threat at dublin high school. (catherine) as kron 4's charles clifford reports -- the school district says someone threatened to harm students there next monday... 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.
(pam) going to school for enlightenment... but being left in the dark. it is happening to students at irvington high school in fremont. this, after a car accident knocked out power at the school on thrusday. since then... students have been forced to sit in the dark. and turn to old fashioned chalk boards and writing assignments. despite the blackout.... staff and students are making the best of it. (sot) (pam) authorities hope the power will be fully restored by monday. (catherine) we've seen the supporters of both judge brett kavanaugh and his accuser, christine blahsey ford - standing behind them during theirhistory-making testimonies... among those in the hearing room thursday... actress alyssa
milano..who's been a strong activist in the me too moment. but something she did during the hearing earned her reprimand from capitol police. here's steven fabian. alyssa milano was seated behind brett kavanaugh thursday as he gave his fiery testimony and she was asked to stop recording video of the historic event. she posted an image of kavanaugh swearing in on twitter. nearly an hour later, she posted video of his testimony. capitol police told her to stop because recording video is not permitted unless you're a member of the press. the "who's the boss?" star wasn't in the audience during the question-and-answer portion of the hearing and tweeted about it. on friday morning, she cleared up rumors on social media that she had her phone taken away. she said it was not confiscated but her "believe women" sign was. she also confirmed capitol police warned her about recording video. milano, one of the leaders of the #metoo movement, spoke at a rally friday in washington. " completely overwhelmed," milano told inside edition when asked about kavanaugh's testimony. "i am angry." 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 (pam) (pam) new tonight at ten: an iowa boy who passed away from a rare form of cancer requested to be buried in a tree. be buried in a requested to cancer rare form of away from a who passed an iowa boy tonight at ten: new (pam)
(pam) new tonight at ten: an iowa boy who passed away from a rare form of cancer requested to be buried in a tree. now his family will bring his ashes to the bay area for a very special green burial. as megan reuther explains - this was just one of the requests in the obituary he wrote himself. natsot: "he was like i want something better."surely you've heard the story of the great gear it underpants. natsot: "it suited him well." he was the five year old who didn't want a funeral."he said the funerals were sad. he wanted a celebration of life we want a party.""my name is garrett michael boofias. i am 5 years old."and wrote his own obituary."when i die i'm going to be a gorilla.""we got a good laugh out of that one." garrett mathias had a rare childhood cancer.he battled it for 10 months.he died july 6. mother: "we know that he was going to die. we knew that was coming and it just didn't seem
right for us to have such a impersonal obituary."his parents worked to make his final wishes come true.they hosted a celebration of life - complete with bounce houses snow cones and an asgardians burial like thor's mom from the movie."we did what garrett wanted and he didn't want it a sad funeral. no. this was just nothing but a happy time." now they're focused on keeping his memory alive by raising money for pediatric cancer research.mother: "when it comes down to it real action is funding cancer research." father: "we're hoping that doing this brings more money and so unlike us unfortunately no more families lose their children."and they're working to make one more final wish come true.garrett said he wanted to be made into a tree so you could live in it. mother: "so we did a lot of research and had a lot of wonderful people reach out to us."his family found a place in california specializing in green burials.they'll take his ashes there next summer and place them at this redwood. father: "you can see the pacific ocean this huge bay. it's on top of this hill. it's a wonderful place.a wonderful place fit for a wonderful boy. gone too soon. natsot: "he was like i want something better."surely you've heard the story of the great gear it underpants. natsot: "it suited him well." he was the five year old who didn't want a funeral."he said the funerals were sad. he wanted a celebration of life we want a party.""my name is garrett michael boofias. i am 5 years old."and wrote his own obituary."when i die i'm going to be a gorilla.""we got a good laugh out of that one." garrett mathias had a rare childhood cancer.he battled it for 10 months.he died july 6. know that he was going to die. we knew that was coming and it just didn't seem right for us to have such a impersonal obituary."his parents worked
to make his final wishes come true.they hosted a celebration of life - complete with bounce houses snow asgardians burial like thor's mom from the movie. "we did what garrett wanted and he didn't want it a sad funeral. no. this was just nothing but a happy time." focused on keeping his memory alive by raising pediatric cancer research.mother: "when it real action is funding cancer research."father: "we're this brings more money and so unlike us unfortunately no lose their children."and they're working to make one more come true.garrett said he wanted to be made into a tree so you it.mother: "so we did a lot of research and had a lot of wonderful people reach out his family found a place specializing in green burials. they'll take his next summer and place them at this father: "you can see the pacific bay. it's on top of this hill. it's a wonderful place.place fit for a wonderful boy. gone too soon. (catherine) we continue to follow the repair efforts at the salesforce transit center. construction of a temporary fix could begin as early as tomorrow. cracks were discovered this week in two support beams -- forciing the shutdown of the brand new transit center. today -- repairs crews spent another day surveying the area above fremont street where the damaged beams were found. steel support structures will be anchored in the middle of fremont street to relieve stress on the cracked beams.
monitoring and testing and no further issues have been found at all but we will continue to do that .">(catherine) the materials for the shoring up process could arrive as early as tomorrow.. and the actual construction work will take at least a week. meaning that stretch of fremont street won't reopen until next friday. (pam) more arrests in the apple store "snatch- and- grab" crime ring. we are learning.... 2 more people are now in custody. we are also getting our first look at those accused of stealing one -million dollars worth of apple products. the youngest... only 18-years old... the oldest in the group... is 23. these suspects have been booked into the alameda county jail. here's the video we have been showing... of multiple apple store robberies. the suspects all wearing hoodies ... grabbing the apple products and taking-off. police are calling these crimes... organized retail thefts... that spanned 19 counties, including thefts in santa rosa, emeryville, and
corte madera over the last month. one other person was arrested as well... and is being held in sonoma county. (pam) police say they're not done yet... they've got warrants out for 6 other suspected thieves in this criminal ring. (catherine) new tonight at ten: a southern california man has been convicted of drinking and operating an electric scooter. grant lodes is here with a first of its kind d-u-i prosecutionin california... (grant) catherine we know it is the first of its kind in los angeles. the 28-year-old man was riding a bird electric schooter when he knocked over a 64-year-old pedestrian on the sidewalk in august. the victim fell to ground and hurt his kneee but the man riding the scooter did not stop. when he was taken into custody his blood alcohol level was a
point 279. that's more than three times the legal limit. he was sentenced to 36 months of probation, fined 550- dollars, required to complete a three-month dui alcohol program and was ordered to pay restitution to the 64-year-old pedestrian victim. pam, catherine officials also say they told him not to operate a motorized scooter with any alcohol in his system. skip and scoot. scoot.
is all new at ten... owners of a california company are accused of extorting people by who wan their mug shots off the web. some of the alleged victims are now speaking out. (catherine) also - a new law will mean it's ok to use medical marijuana in treating our pets... when vets will be allowed to discuss that option.. (sports) just around the corner, the giants haven't had much to play for lately, but they'll always relish a chance to ruin the dodgers playoff chances. highlights from at&t.
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at ten: it's a photo no one wants to pose for....we're talking about a mug shot.... (pam) but some companies may be profiting.... by charging people to have them taken offline. lisa gurrera reports. once your mugshot ends up online, it can be almost impossible to remove. gleybis carrera has learned this the hard way - her mugshot has haunted her for years. though carrera was arrested years earlier for driving with a suspended license, the charge was later reduced to a simple traffic infraction. but her mugshot from the initial arrest remains plastered online at places like mugshots.com."when i googled myself and saw it ... i was completely devastated. completely," she told inside
edition's chief investigative correspondent lisa guerrero. when carrera said she contacted the website to remove the photo, she claimed the owners wouldn't take it down unless she paid hundreds of dollars for their "unpublishing fee." frustrated and fed up with the impact the image was having on her life, she said she paid the fee, and yet, the mugshot still lives online."seven years later, and it's still up there," carrera said. "even after i paid them." she added that the image drives off prospective employers."it kinda makes me feel like i'm a joke, like i can't be taken seriously as a career woman," she said. carrera is not alone. jim wendelken was arrested for fleeing the police, reckless driving and marijuana possession while delivering pizza 26 years ago when he was 21. wendelken said the charges were later dismissed after he was on probation and engaged in community service. when he said he contacted mugshots.com about his arrest photo, he claimed the owners told him to pay for removal of the image as well. he refused."it's absolutely extortion," he told guerrero.one of the alleged owners of mugshots.com, sahar sarid, was recently arrested and charged with extortion by the attorney general of california for allegedly making millions through mugshots.com by charging people to have their mugshots removed.through his lawyer, he said he sold his ownership of mugshots.com in 2014 and told inside edition that mugshots.com is a news organization doing a public service by republishing arrest information. when asked by guerrero whether sarid was extorting people, sarid's lawyer said, "absolutely not. this is ridiculous. he is not extorting anyone."sarid and mugshots.com deny all the criminal charges against them, and also refute the allegations made by carerra and wendelken.mugshots.com told inside edition they recently stopped charging fees for the removal of mugshots. carrera has just one word to describe the situation, "hopeless. just hopeless."
deny the charges.mug shots- dot- com says, it recently stopped charging fees for the removal for mug shots. (catherine) veterinarians can now talk about using medical cannabis for pets. a new law signed by the governor brown makes california the first state to allow it. until now - vets risked losing their license if they talked about the option of medical cannabis.... the law also requires the medical board to establish specific guidelines... (pam) governor brown vetoed a bill that would have let certain california cities extend the sale of alcohol till 4- a-m. the author of the bill--- san francisco's scott weiner issued a statement following the decision. weiner says, quote "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.' the a's can now start making travel
arrangements for their playoff run. a yankees win against the red sox tonight clinched homefield advantage for new york... and the green and gold are playing wednesday night in the bronx. --in the meantime, a's down in anaheim and just trying to finish out the regular season. --we pick it up in the bottom 3rd-- angels up 3- nothing man on for mike trout... this guy can hit. loads up... and oppo boppo. their 2nd 2-run homer of the night. 5-nothing angels. --anaheim led 8-zip at one point... in the 8th, the a's offense woke up... ripped off 5-runs. marcus semien...connects on a double to left... a's get within 3. --but the rally would stop there.. oakland shut down in the 9th and falls 8-5. back at at&t park-- dodgers still havent clinched a playoff berth... giants trying to ruin it. will smith...honored pregame with the team's wille mac award. --we go to the top 5th-- game knotted at 1... justin turner...off of madison bumgarner, breaks out the boomstick..sends a jack to a fan right in left center.. 3-1 la.. no giants rally
and that would end up being your final -- moving over to the 49ers, in this rough week, kyle shanahan has reason to be happy today..since lil wayne dropped his new album. but we'll see what kind of mood he's in on sunday when cj beathard starts at quarterback. 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." 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.
here's a new segment tonight-- our mercedes keys to the game... --it all starts with derek carr...no big mistakes, especially after the two interceptions last sunday against miami. he leads the league in picks so far. --also, the silver and black have to start holding on to leads...after collapsed in the second half in each of the last three weeks. --finally, they gotta keep baker mayfield from busting out big plays.. the rookie willed cleveland to its first win last week, so they'll need to keep him in check...through the air and ground. 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" (weather) (weather) coming up i'll have the
(catherine) four your money tonight... ads for deals on cars are everywhere at this time of year.(pam) but does that mean it's the right time for you to buy a car? for starters, keep in mind that those models you're seeing marked down on ads...are technically already a year old. consumer reports says ... generally the older, cheaper models may be good for people who expect to hang onto the vehicle for a long time. or, for drivers who put a lot of miles on a car, like 15,000 a year or more. but if having the very latest style in a car is important to you -- you may want to wait until next year to buy the new model. experts say, a year old model... could show its age .... if the model has had a big redesign. 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 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.
in 2017, 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
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