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now at eight ... my name's angelica and i was with my boyfriend who they murdered! contra costa county sheriff's deputies have a very different account of why they shot a 41=year=old man in martinez.(whoosh) a quiet neighbohood in fremont shattered by deadly violence ... we do not get these kinds of calls in this neighborhood at all(whoosh) and in concord, they've got guts, talent and a winning record. now a youth football team is appealing for help to go to the national championships. (sot possible) (catherine) two officer involved shootings in the span of 24 hours. one happening in pacheco...the other in napa. both of them are deadly.(catherine) thank you for joining us i'm catherine heenan...(ken)
and i'm ken wayne... pam moore is on assignment. our grant lodes is tracking these shootings...and joins us with the latest. (grant) we'll start in contra costa county... where a deputy shot and killed a man who the sheriff's department descrimes as a felon and active gang member with a long criminal history. it happened off pacheco blvd in unincorporated martinez. angelicka jorgenson says the man who was fatally shot was her boyfriend who she is identifying as paul ridgeway. the sheriff's department says one of its deputies was leaving an call on adelaide drive near pacheco boulevard... and he spotted a man walking on the street who was wanted on a no bail warrant for evading and resisting arrest. after a brief foot pursuit the two began to struggle. ridgeway's girlfriend disputes the sheriff's department's account of what happened next. angelica jorgensen, boyfriend fatally shot: "he parked his car and ran after paul and as soon as he threw him down on the ground he just shot him, just shot him in cold blood,
didn't even tell me he was dead. i wanted to hold him to tell him i loved him but they told me if i got any closer they'd shoot me too." jimmy lee, coco sheriff's dept: "the man pulled a gun from his waistband and fired a shot at the deputies head. the deputy returned fire hitting him as well."well." the suspect, a 41 year old discovery bay resident died at the scene. officals say the man was an active member of several gangs in the county and had many past encounters with law enforcement. the deputy was not hurt. he has been put on administrative leave as the sheriff's department and the district attorney's office investigates the shooting. police in napa are investigating a deadly officer- involved shooting. it happened around 2:00 this morning on soscol avenue. police say 27-year-old david
molina was suspected of being involved in an assault at an apartment complex. when officers arrived at the scene -- they were told molina had a gun. he then led an officer on a foot chase for several minutes. police say there was a fight when the officercaught up to him - and that officer fired his gun. molina was pronounced dead at the scene. the officer was not badly hurt and is now on paid leave. (catherine) in alameda four police officers were injured, two seriously, in a struggle with a man who called the police on himself. (ken) kron 4's gabe slate joins us live where this happened in alameda with the latest alameda police department patrol officers responded to a suspicious circumstance call this morning in the 2300 block of buena vista avenue at approximately 2:30 am after repeated calls were received from a male claiming to hear people following him. upon
arrival, officers contacted a 40 year old white male and confirmed he was the caller. during the officers' initial investigation, the male became uncooperative and ran from the officers for unknown reasons. he entered a patrol vehicle and attempted to remove a locked patrol rifle from its mount. fearing that the male would gain control of a loaded firearm, the officers struggled with him in the vehicle before they deployed their conducted energy devices in a further attempt to subdue him. the officers were able to extricate the male from the car and prevent him from removing the rifle, but due to his size and strength, additional officers were required in the struggle to control and handcuff him. although he was successfully handcuffed, the male continued to struggle with the officers. several minutes later, the male went into medical distress for unknown reasons. alameda fire department personnel immediately transported the male to a local trauma hospital. during the transport, the male suffered cardiac arrest, but he was revived and remains under treatment at the hospital. at least four officers sustained injuries as a result of their struggle with this male, including the two initial officers who suffered serious injuries. both of those officers were
taken to a local hospital for treatment and were later released pending further medical examinations. this matter is being investigated by our violent crimes unit as an officer involved critical incident. as such, no further details will be released at this time. future updates may be provided as the investigation allows.
(catherine) former president george h. w. bush was honored by his closest friends and former colleagues at a ceremony in washington, d- c, today, before departing the nation's capital for the last time.(ken)camila bernal is in college station, texas, where the 41st president will be buried tomorrow afternoon. president george h.w. bush - back in his adopted home state of texas tonightnatsreturning home from washington wednesday afternoon -- in a fitting special airlift mission 41 fly- over over of the george h.w. bush presidential library center at texas a&m university. while in houston - mourners are lining up at st martin's
episcopal church - to pay their final respects to the man who gave a lifetime of service to his country.nats ceremonyearlier - the nation watched an emotional farewell from former and current world leaders at the national cathedral.in attendance - all living former presidents, as well as president trump and first lady melania trump. moving tributes from those who worked with him...alan simpson, former wyoming senator: the most decent and honorable person i ever met was my friend, george bush. one of nature's noble men. and from his son... former pres. george w. bush: through our tears, let us know the blessings of knowing and loving you. a great and noble man. the best father a son or daughter could have. and in our grief, let us smile knowing that dad is hugging robin and holding mom's hand again. in college station, texas, i'm camila bernal. (ken) that was camila bernal reporting. bush 41 will be laid to rest in college station, texas tomorrow. ((catherine/ots) ((catherine/ots))in the east bay..fremont police are looking for the suspect in a double shooting.one of the
victims died.it happened just after eleven last night on torrington court.witnesses say they heard guinshots. the driver lost control and crashed into a wall on the side of a home.one woman we talked to says she rushed to try and save the passenger."i ran outside to see what was going on. a lot of neighbors were out there. i said is there anyone in the car? they said yeah there is a guy in there. i said is he hurt they said yeah he is shot. i said oh someone needs to go over and apply pressure. he is going to die"that passenger was prounounced dead at the scene.the driver left the car... police found him a few blocks away.. he had also been shot. but he's expected to survive. this is fremont's third homicide of the year. (ken) after 10 hours of debate... protests and arrests... the san jose city council unanimously approved the sale of city-owned land to google for more than 100- million dollars. before the vote more than 140 people weighed in. at one point critics of the deal chained themselves to their seats in protest. eight people were arrested. that resulted in many people not being allowed to speak. but now that the deal is the done... one city
councilmember says there is still work to do. (ken) google plans to develop a 50-acre site west of highway 87 into offices..homes.. shops.. restaurants.. and parks. critics say the project will increase already high housing prices. (catherine) a storm is still lingering in the bay area tonight. bringing spotty showers to some areas. (catherine) wet weather was here for much of the day. (ken) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with how long it will last. lawrence karnow: clouds and
rain made for a cool day for the bay area. showers continue tonight but are more widely scattered. the will decrease throughout the night. on the satellite you can see the low spinning toward southern california. a few more clouds and showers will continue tonight but the focus will be more toward the south. highs tomorrow will be cool but slightly warmer tomorrow with highs in the 50s and low 60s. dry weather is forecast through the weekend. more rain is likely early next week. (ken) a rebuilding project from last year's north bay fires just got turned down. (catherine) the planning commission in santa rosa just denied a permit for a new hotel. kron 4's justine waldman tells us why --- and about the esponse the decision is getting.. this 114 room 4-story residence inn hotel by
marriott, as of now, will not be built in santa rosa's fountaingrove neighborhood.nats the planning commission in a 3-3 vote denied a permit for the 4.6 acre site.natsin their november 29th meeting, commissioners who voted against the hotel explained... they were concerned about the potential dangers that loomed during another deadly and destructive wildfire.julian peterson / planning commission sot maybe if you came to us pre camp fire pre woosley fire this would be an easier call // we get another tubb fire in the middle of the night with out of town guests trying to evacuate it hard for me to approve something like this in this area especially seeing the number of deaths in the camp fire of people trying to evacuatethe plans call for the marrott to be built just north of two hotels that were destroyed in the 2017 tubbs fire.. the hilton sonoma wine country hotel and the fountaingrove inn. an assistant fire marshal told the commission he did not see problems with tourists evacuating.and a commissioner who voted for the plan agreed the hotel would bring jobs and people back to the city.nats sot we want to rebuild and we want to move forward so that is def in my minda environmental group is glad the planning commission is waiting to build in the burn zone.teri shore / greenbelt alliance sot and see how many
people are going to be there make sure they have evacuation routes and these projets are more fire safe than in the past and ultimate need to think about and make sure we want to build all these projects in the burn are right nowjustine waldman standupthe development group for the hotel still can appeal to the santa rosa city council.which because of the tied- planning commission vote, will weigh in on the decision.im justine waldman kron 4 news. an east bay youth football team's final push to make it to a big game. and they need help to get there. a bombshell revelation from special council robert mueller. what michael flynn told mueller that could keep him
told us they don't know if they'll stay in the town of paradise.. but seeingwhat's left of their homes is giving them closure and allows them to move on. (ken) putting compassion above profit ... a local real estate flipper has decided to hold off on the sale of one of her properties ...(catherine) in order to help a family who just lost everything in the camp fire. kron4's michelle kingston reports. (mk)this full renovated apartment in oakland is no longer on the market ...and for good reason.caryn kramer, residential redeveloper"i looked around and i'm like, i have this place and even if i sold it today the people wouldn't move in for another 30-45 days so how could i sit here and have this place when people are literally in shelters? like, living in their cars."owner caryn kramer -- who is no stranger to helping others -- decided to hold off on the sale in order to house a family who lost everything.caryn kramer,
residential redeveloper"this was on the market for one million dollars. i got a millon dolalr offer and i said no."michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"caryn flips homes for a living ... and with each sale, she builds a home in haiti through her non profit, flipping for humanity. but she decided to do something different with this apartment after hearing about the fires in northern and southern california ... -- helping those a little closer to home ..."melissa goble, lost home in the camp fire"i left our house at probably 10:15 and i would say probably by noon our house was gone." this two bedroom two bathrom apartment in oakland was taken off the market and goble and her family who lost their paradise home in the camp fire have moved in .. free of charge .. staying until they get back on their feet.melissa goble, lost home in the camp fire"we've been here since the sunday after thanksgiving which has been super amazing and awesome just because it's finally a neutral place where we can just relax."goble's family has found a sense of comfort and peace here in the bay area ... and will be moving into their own home in emeryville just before christmas.caryn kramer will then re-list this apartment for sale ... and use a portion of the money she earns from that to continue building homes in haiti ...helping people locally and thousands of miles away.in oakland michelle kingston kron 4 news
(catherine) , a youth football team in the east bay has been chosen to compete on a national stage.... the concord cobras....they're one of only a handful of teams invited to attend the world youth football championship in canton, ohio later this month. the team is now asking for the public's help in paying for the trip. kron 4's charles clifford has details. well, the concord cobras finished the regular season with a 9-2 record. they also played in nfl hall of fame youth national championship. now they have been invited to spend a week in canton ohio. but it is an expensive trip and they are hoping for some help covering costs.natsthe concord cobras are a non- profit youth football team for kids 5 to 14 years old. this year the jv squad, which finished 9-2 on the season. has been invited to play against other youth teams at the national youth campionship in canton ohio, home of the
pro football hall of fame, from december 12th to the 16th.sotcobras coach jerry reese says that for many of these kids this is a oncee in a lifetime opportunity.sotfor these kids to bond in this type of situation and learn how to travel. how to get on a plane. it's a great experience.cameron caycho has played for the cobras for 6 years. although the team had a wining season this year, it hasn't always been that way and he would love to get a win on the national stage.sotit would be super important because we have gone through a lot and lost a lot of games and it would be nice to win big.but the trip isn't free. the team estimates it will cost about 18,000 to cover expenses, which includes bringing a tutor for the kids so they dont fall behind at school.sotfootball is an expensive sport. i think our registration fees are already 350 so to ask them to come up with another 700 is tough. hoping to raise the needed funds, the team has set up a gofund me page.standupas of wednesday evening they had raised about 7,000 dollars. their goal is 15,000. in concord, charles clifford kron4 news.
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 lawrence karnow: clouds and rain made for a cool day for the bay area. showers continue tonight but are more widely scattered. the will decrease throughout the night. on the satellite you can see the low spinning toward southern california. a few more clouds and showers will continue tonight but the focus will be
new ahead at 8 an american woman found dead on vacation in costa rica... who is now being detained in her death. and next. two inmates escape from jail....one ends up dead. what happened when one of the men kicked down a homeowner's door. and the warriors return to cleveland... not quite the big deal it was when lebron was in charge... but it was a big night for steph curry..... mark has the highlights... later in sports
"...2144 meece mill road ... ."(catherine) a prison escapee in south carolina made a fatal mistake when he tried to break into this home in rural south carolina.(ken) the woman who lived there alone had a gun.... and didn't hesitate to use it.(catherine)the local sheriff says she did what she needed to do.. "a female homeowner on meeks mill road calls 911 also, and reports that an unknown subject has kicked in her back door to her residence and that she has shot him. the female resident is home alone when this occurs. around 3:04, deputies arrive at the caller's home and locate a gunshot victim inside the homeowner's residence with a single gunshot to the head. the dead man was identified as bruce mclaughlin, whose long rap sheet began when he was 13 years old:a pair of marijuana busts, shoplifting, a fake i=d, graduating to burglary and grand larceny.by his thirtieth year he was here in the pickens county prison ... and apparently not willing to
stay there,.along with fellow inmate timothy dill, mclaughlin devised a plan. ....a premeditated plan to escape from the prisonthe pair overpowered two officers and fled in opposite directions. dill was quickly recaptured just a short distance away."he was taken into custody right there run down by one of our deputies."mclaughlin's plan included breaking into a home. he chose the wrong one..the sheriff says the homeowner had a concealed weapons permit, which saved her life. "set herself up to not be harmed, killed or raped or whatever she came out on the good end and the bad guy didn't."bad guy didn't." coming up at eight.. short-term vacation rentals
are now banned in lake tahoe. what that means for people who visit. plus.san francisco police say foot patrols are working. the crimes they are helping to reduce and next. special counsel robert mueller says disgraced national security adviser michael flynn should not get jail time. the valuable information that could spare him..
adviser michael flynn should not get jail time. that's what mueller told a federal court yesterday.(catherine) his reasoning? he believes flynn was very cooperative to the special counsel's russia investigation.. c-n-n's jessica scheneider has more. tonight... it's what is not spelled out in new filings released overnight by special counsel robert mueller... that has the white house -- and washington -- in a state of limbo over what mueller knows about the trump team's ties to russia.in just six pages -- many of which were partially or completely blacked out for the public -- mueller laid out his reasoning to a federal judge for why former trump national security advisor michael flynn... who once suggested hillary clinton should go to jail...nats"yes, that's right. lock her up!" ...should be allowed to avoid going there himself.natsin a pre-sentence memo.... mueller points to what he calls "substantial assistance" by flynn over the course of 19 interviews...saying flynn shared details from his time on the campaign, and in the white house about alleged
links and coordination between members of trump's team and the russian government.nats"do you feel you've betrayed your country?"prosecutors say after flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the f-b-i about his contacts with former russian ambassador sergey kislyak, he immediately started cooperating -- giving investigators a road map for their russia investigation. exactly how flynn helped mueller's russia probe remains a mystery... because the specifics of just what he told prosecutors is redacted.legal analysts tell cnn what is obvious by reading between the blacked out lines is that the cooperation is significant.for example, the documents show flynn has provided information for multiple investigations, including two investigations mueller isn't ready to reveal at least one of those is criminal... though that is all that is known.only the words "criminal investigation" are not redacted.prosecutors also suggest that flynn may have been talking long before his guilty plea in december of 2017... saying flynn's "early cooperation was particularly valuable because he was one of the few people with long-term and firsthand insight regarding events and issues under investigation by the (special counsel's office)." natsflynn's early cooperation, prosecutors say, also lead other key witnesses to do the same.flynn -- the court filing states -- "likely affected the decisions of related firsthand witnesses to be forthcoming with the (special counsel's office) and cooperate."but prosecutors don't' name who else is cooperating.flynn, mueller says, deserves credit for all of this in the form of no jail time.experts say that could be a signal to others looking for a presidential pardon... suggesting that telling the truth to the special counsel can be just as beneficial.neal katyal/former acting solicitor general: "mueller is saying look mr president, you want to play that game of zero prison time, i've got that card too, and i've got it for people telling the truth to federal law enforcement." (ken) the streets of san francisco appear to be francisco of san
are really helping to crack down on crime. a 16.9 percent drop in larceny theft... a 19.1 percent reduction in assaults... just some of the statistics from the san francisco police department due in part to the increase of foot patrols on the streets of san francisco. deputy chief ann mannix, sfpd. it has been significant." deputy chief ann mannix on the positive effects of a policy change put into effect back in september of 2017. that is when the sfpd reassigned approximately 70 officers from plainclothes and special assignment to city wide uniformed foot patrol beats. deputy chief ann mannix, sfpd. "it has had widespread benefits. and now that the city is decked out in holiday gear, the sfpd plans to pay particular attention to putting foot patrols in areas such as union square to help keep everyone safe. mannix. yes. we are increasing in commercial cooridor in san francisco, terisa estacio
(ken) getting an air b-n-b in south lake tahoe is about to get a lot more difficult. (catherine) the recently passed measure t will reduce the current 18 thousand vacation homes to just about 400 homes...that's in the resort core area of the city. the city is expected to lose nearly 4 million dollars in taxes and other fees. here's how some people are reacting.kathy meyer, lives in meyers: 'definitely is going to hurt the economy.' // gary
speir, lives in south lake tahoe: 'to buy a house just for the intention of renting it out year round... is outrageous.' others say with the construction of recent hotels, condos, and large homes - measure t was a long time coming. any plans to repeal the measure would require another ballot initiative. (ken) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(catherine) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: clouds and rain made for a cool day for the bay area. showers continue tonight but are more widely scattered. the will decrease throughout the night. on the satellite you can see the low spinning toward southern california. a few more clouds and showers will continue tonight but the focus will be more toward the south. highs
(catherine) for your health tonight. prenatal exposure to chemicals in personal care products have been tied to early puberty in girls. researchers at u-c berkeley followed more than three-hundred children from before birth to adolescence. they were testing how early environmental exposure affected their growth and development. they found girls whose mothers had higher
levels of hormone-affecting chemicals in their bodies during pregnancy... from products like makeup, soap and toothpaste... were reaching puberty faster than others. researchers say more testing is needed. (ken) australian researchers say their test can detect if cancer cells are anywhere in the body. and it apparently only takes 10 minutes! scientists from the university of queensland found that cancer forms a unique d-n-a structure when placed in water. researchers think their discovery could detect cancer in humans, earlier than the current methods used. the 10-minute test has not been used on humans and large clinical trials are needed before it can be used on prospective patients. next at 8 a missing american tourist has now been found dead in costa rica. who police have detained in her disappearance. coming up in sports, the warriors back at the cavs arena....where they were popping champagne in the locker room. highlights ahead.
(catherine) family memebrs have confirmed that the body found near an air b-n-b in costa rica is that of a missing woman from florida. (ken) now an arrest has been made in connection with the death of the tourist. melisa raney has the latest. one day after the body of a florida woman, 36-year-old carla stefniak, was identified. authorities say they have arrested a suspect.leandro fernandez, carla stefaniak's friend: "the security guy at the air bnb where she was
staying told us that carla was seen by him getting in a uber around 5 o'clock in the morning."that security guard.. 32-year-old bismarck martinez is now in custody.he said he last saw her getting into an uber...a story her uber account contradicts.leandro fernandez, carla stefaniak's friend: "we find out that she didn't get any uber because we checked her account. and that's when everything started being suspicious."stefaniak was vacationing in costa rica when she vanished about a week ago..her body was found monday.. in a wooded area.. about 300 yards from the air b-n-b where she was staying. her father made the trip to costa rica to identify her body..he says he was shaken by the brutality of her murder. voice of carlos caicedo, father of murder victim: "the body shows signs of extreme violence. she was attacked with weapons. it's really a viciousness we can't explain." her family says this is far from over. posting on facebook: "we will make sure this case is not closed like many others in costa rica."i'm melisa raney reporting. (catherine) it may be no surprise - but california is considered the worst state for
drivers. the personal finance site bankrate-dot com ranked the best and worst states for drivers -- related to cost, safety, and driving quality. california was worst - and not only because of long delays. the study says 44 percent of roads in california are in poor condition. the state also has more thefts and higher insurance premiums, repair costs and gas prices. the average commute time in california is nearly half an hour. as for the best states for drivers -- they're north dakota, iowa, ohio, minnesota and nebraska. (catherine) expect to see more healthy food options the next time you shop in a dollar general store. the chain has added dozens of what it calls "better for you" items to its shelves. they include things like yogurt, nuts, protein bars, vegetable snacks and coconut water. dollar general says it's responding to customers who want healthy food at an affordable price. the
company is also looking at offering fresh produce and meat at 450 of its stores by the end of this year. experts say the shift targets low-income shoppers who live in places where food options are limited. (ken) what would you do if you found a bag full of money? well a homeless man in washington state came across 17-thousand dollars cash and he returned it. kevin booth is homeless and has been going to the sumner food bank near tacoma, washington for the last five years. then one morning he found the money. he waited for staff to arrive. then they called police. police held the money for 90 days. but no one claimed it. so the food bank gets to keep it.. meanwhile booth got a citizen certificate from the police department...and gift cards to the local fred meyer. we'll open tonight in
cleveland-- warriors-cavs in a finals rematch, but only this time all the stars are on one team. --the warriors in cleveland... taking on the lebron-less cavs.... --cleveland hung around early on... end of the half.... rodney hood... just throws this one in to beat the buzzer... cavs surprisingly up 6 at the half --in the 3rd... warriors take control... kevin durant... the pull-up three to end the quarter... warriors up 9... durant with 25 points and 10 rebounds... --4th quarter... klay thompson... shot only 5-of-15... but nails this triple to put the warriors up 103-91 --the player of the game.. steph curry... gets the three here and is fouled for the 4-point play... dubs lead 110-97 --curry... again... double clutch... doesn''t matter... hits another from behind the arc.... warriors up 15... steph with 42 points amd 9 threes -- champs win going away... 129- 105... next going away... 129- 105... next up a bigger challenge... at the milwaukee bucks on friday now to the nfl-- as
the raiders head into the end of the year, now's a time where we see which players stand out for next season. the signing of running back c-j anderson...now official today... as the vallejo native and former cal bear is back in the bay area. -anderson stepping in to a running back stable...that has seen marshawn lynch deal with a season-ending injury... and mixed production from doug martin and jalen richard. --as the raiders head into the final four games of the season, the former super bowl champ with the broncos..asked if he sees this as a tryout for a permanent long-term spot. "maybe, i mean if that's how you want to look at it, i look at it as my resume speaks for itself. if i were to sat out for the rest of the season, i think with other people setting the market as well, it's just my educated guess. my resume, being what it's been, being a pro bowl running back, having a lot of success in this league. i would have found a job, it's all about timing." down in santa clara-- kyle shanahan and the 49ers...getting ready to host the broncos on sunday.
niners won't have matt breida or jaquiski tartt in the mix... this denver team has found a mid season surge... winners of three straight and making a run at a playoff spot. --you could say shanahan grew up around the broncos franchise... as his dad mike was head coach for 14- seasons, winning two world championships. --here's kyle...recallling his days in denver. "they won their first super bowl my senior year in high school, which was real neat. that was back when they didn't have wireless cords. i was always the cord boy, holding my dad's cords which got made fun of a lot for it, but it was neat to be up front and personal with everything. the last guy to hold cords for a coach in the super bowl was me, if you want a good trivia question. after that green bay super bowl, they went wireless the next year. i think they only won one more because they didn't have as good of a cord-holder, is what i always tell my dad.." finally tonight, giants fans can say goodbye to a player that's always found a way to step up against them. --big offseason trade today...the diamondbacks have traded all-star first baseman and power hitter paul goldschmidt to the st. louis cardinals. --the cards now land one of the best hitters in all of baseball... last year, hit, 290....33-
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ask your doctor about entresto. ♪ the beat goes on. yeah! (catherine) are you a morning person? or a night owl? a new report says that your sleeping habits could put you at greater risk of certain diseases.(ken)andy rose has more in today's health minute. night owls beware!sleeping late could be more harmful to your health than previously thought.that's according to a new study in the journal "advances in nutrition."the research found that people who stayed up late have an increased risk of heart disease and type-2 diabetes-- compared to early risers.the study also found that less sleep often translated to poor eating habits.researchers say people who prefer to stay up late were more likely to eat unhealthy -- including fast food, alcohol and sugar.and they were also more likely to skip breakfast.scientists explain that because night owls tend to eat later in the day-- glucose levels spike just before bedtime.they say
this goes against the body's normal processes and could impact metabolism. the report also reveals -- children were much more likely to be early risers.and surprisingly-- as people age-- the study found that people tend to go back to their early-rising preferences of their youth.so, if you want to make healthier choices in the kitchen--making sure you get enough zzzs in the bedroom can help.for today's health minute-- i'm andy rose. (catherine) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken) but our primetime coverage is just getting started this wednesday. grant lodes is here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))thank you ken and catherine...next at nine, a warning for parents... the measles are back. hundreds of new cases have been confirmed...including some here in california.we speak with health officials about the signs you need to look out for.that's next in a live report.plus...new tonight at nine.a bay area neighborhood says someone is throwing rocks at moving cars on the freeway,
(grant) a warning out tonight for parents... the measles might be making a comeback... after 220 new measles cases were reported nationwide... including some confirmed cases here in california..(grant) thanks for joining us im grant lodes...(catherine) and im catherine heenan in for vicki liviakis... the c-d-c is outbreaks this year... outbreaks this reporting 15 the c-d-c is vicki liviakis... heenan in for catherine and im (catherine)grant lodes...(catherine)catherine heenan in for vicki liviakis... the c-d-c is reporting 15 outbreaks this year... kron 4's gayle ong joins us in the studio tonight with details on who is at risk.. .gayle. the c-d-c says gayle..who is at risk.. with details on studio tonight with details on who is at risk.. . gayle. the c-d-c says the majority of people who got measles had not been vaccinated. that puts people at a higher risk...particularly childen. the latest bay area measles case was reported in august in contra costa county..this recent warning putting health departments on high alert.
bay area bay area health departments are on the look out.after the c-d-c reports 220 cases of the measles have been confirmed in 26 states..including california.the last outbreak was in 20-15 when at least 147 people came down with the virus at disneyland.áásotáá danielle hiser-honda is a senior public health nurse in marin county. she worked on the large disneyland outbreak where marin had two cases of the measles.áásotáásymptoms include high fever, runny nose, cough, red eyes and a rash all over the body for five to six days. measles could spread easily through the air.