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yes for less. now at eight ... right herein the south bay ... someone is tossing rocks at cars on the 680 freewaytonight a second victim tells her story.i just saw the rock coming but i couldn't do anything.(whoosh) ten years after oscar grant was shot to death by bart police ... we felt bart could do something to honor oscarhis family knows exactly what that should be.(whoosh)and the ex- girlfriend of ex-49er reuben foster talks to kron four about their troubled relationship.it's a battered woman syndrome, that's what i have (grant) (grant) now at 8. a second victim is coming forward. saying she had a rock hurled at her windshield
while driving on 680. this comes after video surfaced yesterday of someone throwing a rock at a car on the same freeway.(grant) thank you for joining us i'm grant lodes(justine) and i'm justine waldman. pam and ken have the night off. we first showed you the first video last night. and new tonight- another driver says the same thing happened to her, in the same place. kron 4's charles clifford has details. kron 4 has now learned of two different vehicles have been struck by airborne rocks along 680 near the berryessa road exit. this afternoon i spoke with a woman who says drives that route home from work every day and she is now terrified.nats theresa vu says that last weekend she was exiting off 680 here at the berryessa road exit when she saw someone in the bushes throw a large rock at her car.soti just saw the rock coming but i couldn't do anything.the rock smashed the windshield and landed inside the car. unfortunatly, she says it was to dark identify who threw the rocks.soti drove all the way home i was scared and called police about it. this is now the second known case of rocks being thrown at cars in this same spot. another woman says that some along the side of 680 threw two rocks at her s-u-v. that attack was captured on dashcam video and you can see someone heaving the rocks into traffic. thankfully, no one has been seriously injured in these attacks. both woman have contacted police and the
highway patrol who are investigating, but so far no suspects have been identified. sottheresa had her car's window fixed but she is still scared. she hopes that whoever is doing this will be caught and stopped.sotand nobody will have to experiene what i experienced ever again. in san jose, charles clifford kron4 news.
(grant) tonight students are remembering a classmate... killed in a east bay shooting this week. police are not releasing the student's name as they investigate... but his classmates know who was killed...and tonight they're mourning his loss. classmates say he will be remembered for his music and his warm personality."he is just a great kid and i don't know why...it's tough." // "he just always had a good heart and he was just really funny, and always wanted to make people laugh." the california high school principle released the following email to students and staff - quote... "losing a student is extremely difficult for everyone affected. our hearts are with the student's family and friends - end quote. detectives say they are working hard to find the people responsible for the crime. (justine) the family of oscar grant officially turned in their request today...to rename the fruitvale bart station after him.(grant) grant died at the fruitvale station at the hands of a bart police officer almost 10 years ago on new year's day. kron 4's gabe slate talked to
the grant family, and to bart about whether or not this renaming is possible. oscar grant's family wants bart to rename the bart fruitvale station with oscar's name in the title to honor the 22-year old who died at the hands of bart police on the platform of the bart fruitvale station new year's day, 2009. sound from oscar grant's uncle bobby - " today was the official day, i actually handed in the application" oscar grant's uncle bobby showed me the paperwork he turned into the bart board of directors requesting that the fruitvale station be renamed after oscar. sound from oscar grant's uncle bobby - " we feel bart can do something to honor oscar grant can change the name to fruitvale grant " bart provided this statement about the renaming request "our policy is stations cannot be named after individuals, it has to be tied to a location. so it is location based. what we are doing, and we are working closely with the family, is bart has commissioned a mural and it's going to go up at the fruitvale station. it's going to honor oscar grant," oscar grant's family says they can get around the location requirement in the station name with simple word play for instance naming the
following ... the former girlfriend of one-time 49er rueben foster is speaking out. she is accusing the 49ers of trying to sweep her latest allegation of domestic abuse under the rug. kron 4's dan kerman was the only bay area reporter to speak to her this afternoon. reuben fosters former girlfrnd is accusing the the 49ers of trying to discredit her when she called tampa police late last month alleging he was responsible for abusing her. these are photos of that alleged abuse. she says when police responded to the hotel, the 49ers spoke to police first.sot elissa ennis/reuben foster's former girlfriendin a statement the 49ers say: "the 49ers fully cooperated with authorities, assisted in locating mr. foster and in no way impeded their investigation." but ennis isn't buying it , and she says the washington redskins picking up foster after his most recent arrest for allegedly abusing her is an indication the nfl doesnt get it eithersotennis admits she recanted the first time she accused foster of abuse, but says blames the battered
(grant) southwest flight 278 out of oakland gave passengers terrifying moments they'll likely never forget... when their plane skidded off a wet runway after landing in burbank during an intense rain storm. the boeing 737 came to a stop in a collapsable portion of the runway that the f-a-a says is specifically designed to stop a major disaster. the f-a-a said no injuries were reported. some passengers on board said it felt like the plane hydro-planed after landing... causing the pilot to lose control. an investigation is ongoing. (justine) a part of interstate five was also shut down today because of snow. (grant) some wild weather in
southern california. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here to tell us more lawrence karnow: it turned out to be a beautiful day with plenty of sunshine and cool temperatures. rain and snow moved into southern california to make for a stormy there for a day. on the satellite you can see as high pressure is building in to bring a break from the stormy weather. it will be cold tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s with patchy frost. patchy dense fog is also a possibility in some of the interior vallelys late at night and early tomorrow. highs tomorrow will be slightly warmer and in the 50s and low 60s. it should be a nice weekend but there is a possibility of rain on sunday night and into monday. (grant)(grant)(grant) a final farewell to president george h-w bush... on the same day he traveled to his resting place.(grant) an ceremony tonight concluded days of events honoring the 41st president.(justine)
camila bernal in college station, texas where the president was laid to rest this evening. the nation said goodbye to president george hw bush today. crowds gathered here at texas a & m university despite the rain and so many lined the streets in texas as that train, bush 4141 transported the president from houston to college station the location that he specifically chose to be his final resting place.a 70-mile journey to a final resting place.a special union pacific train - bush 4141 - carrying president george h.w. bush arrived at college station, texas thursday afternoon.natscrowds gathered in the rain to say farewell to the 41st president at his namesake library.natshis family watched as his casket was removed from the train in a final ceremony...nats followed by a 21 gun salute -- and u-s navy 21- aircraft memorial flyover in the 'missing man' formation -- to honor the life of man who gave a lifetime of service to his
country.all before bush was laid to rest - in a private ceremony - beside his late wife barbara, and their daughter robin who died of leukemia when she was three. natsearlier in the day... family and friends shared personal stories at his funeral in houston.george p. bush/grandson of george hw bush: george herbert walker bush is the most gracious, most decent, most humble man that i will ever know. former secretary of state james baker delivered a touching eulogy for his best friend, recounting the president's many accomplishments...james baker/former secretary of state:after becoming the youngest naval aviator, he served in increasingly responsible positions on behalf of his country...giving insight into the man behind the presidency... and marking the end of a life, but not a legacy...james baker/former secretary of state:our glory, george, was to have had you as our president and as such a friend.and it was just moving to hear and see that 21 aircraft missing man flight.it was the perfect way to say goodbye to a navy aviator, a world war two veteran and the 41st presidentin college station,texas i'm camila bernal.
coming up at eight.. a muni staffing shortage in san francisco....is worse than initially thought. plus. a disturbing spike in animals being shot in the east bay. what could be behind the alarming trend. and next a surprsing number of adults refuse to get the flu shot. and it's putting others at risk
nat crying(justine) it's not just kids ... no one likes getting a flu shot ... a surprising number of people are refusing to get them. despite last years' record flu deaths ... most americans still have not been vaccinated. a poll by the national opinion research center found that 41 percent of americans do not plan to get a flu shot this year.only forty=three percent say they have been vaccinated. fourteen percent say they haven't gotten a shot yet, but they gotten a shot yet, but they plan to.
this map was almost entirely red ... and the number of flu deaths was around 80=thousand. so, why are people resistant to protecting themselves?36 percent said they didn't like the side effects.31 percent said the vaccine doesn't work very well.and 30 percent said they simply never get sick.nat coughingthe flu season tends to peak after the first of the year.holiday travelers help to spread the disease.the very young and very old are particularly at risk.five children have already died of the flu this seasonbut the survey found 39 percent of parents of children under the age of 18 don't vaccinate their kids. (justine) in south bay... police say four men were using the legalization of marijuana in california.. to make huge profits in other parts of the county. san jose residents anthony le, barry phan, jose garcia and alejandro garcia... are facing charges of packaging and shipping marijuana and other drugs across the county by
commerical freight lines.lt. paulmessier : "....marijuana, although it's legal here, it's still illegal in many other states so you can get a premium on the east coast, for example as much as 20-30 percent more per pound..." evidence seized includes 800 pounds of marijuana, cocaine, hash oil, illegal steroids, $600-thousand dollars in cash, three handguns and... as you can see in the picture a military grade rocket launcher. the two-year investigation is not over yet...as police think there are more suspects involved. (grant) in the south bay... a growing number of college students are struggling to keep a roof over their heads while attending school. the san jose state university homeless alliance says it can happen to anyone. in a recent study... close to 11 percent of students in the cal-state system experience homelessness.
one student says she was without a home for 30 days at the beginning of the school year. the university says it is building new housing and will consider what the students have recommended. (grant) san francisco has a shortage of muni drivers and tonight a new report says it's worse than previously thought. (justine) kron4's maureen kelly talked to the transportation agency about what they are doing to get more workers behind the wheel and out on the road. sometimes i have to wait 30 40 minutes and there's no bus that's actually coming before was like 15 or 20 minutesthat commuters wait time might have to have something to do with the fact that muni needs more drivers out on the road.the transit agency currently has 257 transit operator jobs open now.and this new report from the city's budget and legislative analyst says when you factor in absenteeism...pe ople out sick, on jury duty, vacation or disability....they are short more than 400 drivers a day than what they
need to be operating at full service. the report was generated following this summer's closure of the twin peak's tunnel which negitively impacted service across the city...the sfmta spokesmans says they've recovered from that by doing things like making part time drivers full time and are trying to improve recruitment efforts. what we seen regionally and nationally less people are getting drivers licenses listen they have in the past and less people are applying for public sector jobs so does it have an overall impact on our operator pool and so what were trying to do is to reach out to groups and organizations that we might not have normally took that we're getting more people interested in being an operator (union president)i know a lot of operators that work two or three jobs, i know many of them sleep in their cars you know because they can't afford to make that commute every single day to traci, stockton, modesto, sacramento, lodi it's too much of a burdenthe president of the transit workers union says entry level drivers make just under 23 dollars an hour...and don't hit the maximum rate of 36 dollars an hour for 4 years...a timeline he wants to
see shortened. it's a topic that will be top of the list when they drivers begin negotiatinfor a new contract next year. maureen kelly 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: it turned out to be a beautiful day with plenty of sunshine and cool temperatures. rain and snow moved into southern california to make for a stormy there for a day. on the satellite you can see as high pressure is building in to bring a break from the stormy weather. it will be cold tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s with patchy frost. patchy dense fog is also a possibility in some of the interior vallelys late at night and early tomorrow. highs tomorrow will be slightly warmer and in the 50s and low 60s. it should be a nice weekend but there is a possibility of rain on sunday night and into monday.
what i feel is right to teach my daughter a lesson and to stop her from bullying."> a father's punishment for his daughter goes viral. and sparks reaction from both sides about whether it was appropriate that's new ahead at 8 and next. the feature all new homes in california will have to have ..to be up to code. and an nfl record highlights the
thursday night football game... mark has the play you won't want to miss... later in sports ((grant))here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine... new details on the 16 year old, stabbed and killed in san francisco over the weekend.the alleged killer...is charged with his murder.what we're learning about the fight..leading up to his death, and how the teen's high school is remembering him. that's tonight on kron 4 news at nine.
california is now the first state to require homes be solar powered by 20- 20. the building standards commission voted unanimously to add the energy standard to the state's building code this week. some people say the ndate will make building homes more expensive. energy officials say the mandate will add 10 thousand dollars to the cost of building a single-family home.. but also note that the cost will be offset, at least somewhat, by lower utility bills. the state's commission hopes this new code will be a model for the nation. coming up at eight.. the golden state killer case moves forward in court. the staggering cost officials say it will take to prosecute and defend joseph deangelo. plus. why the arrest of a this woman is threatening to derail trade talks between the u-s and china. and next. an alarming trend in the east bay. where a wildlife hospital is seeing more animals with gunshot wounds than ever before. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take
(grantbreaking news tonight at 8 out of new york. that's where police are investigating a phoned bomb threat at a building housing cnn's offices in manhattan.(justine) police say the threat was received at the time warner buiilding shortly after 10-30 eastern time a c-n-n employee tweeted the office was evacuated. after fire alarm bells went off in the
newsroom.in october, the building was partially evacuated after a suspicious package containing a crude pipe bomb was delivered to the company. (grant) an alarming number of animals are being not just abused... but shot. people working at a wildlife hospital in walnut creek say they're seeing more animals brought in with gunshot wounds than ever before.(justine) and as kron four's philippe djegal reports... the animals are being found all over the east bay... and, it does ánot appear the cases are connected.
(philippe)nats- "this is an x-ray of a red-tailed hawk that came in." veterinarian doctor allison daugherty points to the bird's injury.nats- there's the fracture. i would call it a comminuted fracture because its in multiple pieces, and theres that bright white spot is the metallic foreign body, most likely, you know, obviously a shot." daughtery says the red-tailed hawk was brought into the lindsay wildlife rehabilitation hospital in walnut creek about two weeks ago.nats- "birdy don't flinch." it's one of seven animals treated for gunshot wounds here -- last month alone.dr. allison daughtery/vete rinarian- "a crow, to a raven, to a red-tailed hawk, to a red- shoulder hawk, to a turkey vulture." so far this year, the hospital has cared for 30 animals either hit by a pellet or a bullet. that's nearly double the amount of wildlife treated for similar injuries last year... well above the hospital average of 10 per year... and, there's no clear reason why. dr. allison daughtery/vete rinarian- "people may be doing it for sport, but it could be, pests. or, they're concerned. i mean, a lot of times people do things like this because they are, for whatever reason,
they're misjudging and they think they need to be worried about these animals and they shouldn't" earlier this year, daughtery says a bobcat and even an otter were treated for gunshot wounds... adding though that most of the injured animals are birds... like this turkey vulture that has been rehabbing for two months. hospital manager aireo shipman (air-ee- oh) says he alert both the state and federal fish and wildlife agencies whenever an animal is treated for gunshot wounds.aireo shipman/manager- "all birds, uh, native to the area are protected under the migratory bird act, um, and even animals that have hunting seasons, you're not allowed to shoot them outside of the hunting season." doing so is a felony... and, could result in six and, could felony... doing so is a hunting season." doing so is a felony... and, could result in six months in jail and up to a one-thousand dollar fine. in walnut creek, philippe djegal, kron four news. (justine) the case against the accused golden state killer is moving forward in court. the judge made two rulings ahead of a trial that is still months away. first he denied joseph denangelo's request to block
media coverage. and second the public defender will keep representing deangelo since it was determined he could not afford his own lawyer. sacramento county officials say they will ask the state to help cover the estimated 20- million dollar cost of prosecuting and defending deangelo. he faces 26 murder and kidnapping charges in six counties. (grant) the chief financial officer of chinese tech giant (wah-way)huawei has been arrested in canada and faces extradition to the u-s. the arrest could jeopardize ongoing conflicts trade and tech conflicts between the u-s and china. while details about the charges meng (wan- zow) might face are scarce. trump's national security adviser john bolton said the company has long been accused of being a national security risk to the united states. china's ministry of foreign affairs is calling for meng to be released and urged the u-s and canada to explain why she had been detained. the u-s justice department declined to comment. (justine) the national
school lunch program is scaling back some of the contested changes made under president obama.(grant) so now....refined grains are back on the menu. the u-s department of agriculture says its decision will help schools struggling to serve only whole=-grain rich foods. they say half of grain on menus will have to be whole-grain rich. they are also giving schools more time to reduce sodium. and scraping a stricter sodium limit. flavored low-fat milk will also be allowed. (ken) 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 turned out to be a beautiful day with plenty of sunshine and cool temperatures. rain and snow
moved into southern california to make for a stormy there for a day. on the satellite you can see as high pressure is building in to bring a break from the stormy weather. it will be cold tonight with lows in the 30s and 40s with patchy frost. patchy dense fog is also a possibility in some of the interior vallelys late at night and early tomorrow. highs tomorrow will be slightly warmer and in the 50s and low 60s. it should be a nice weekend but there is a possibility of rain on sunday night and into monday. (justine) (grant) (grant) france is closing one of its
most popular tourist attractions ahead of planned protests. officials say the eiffel tower will be closed to the public this saturday. that's due to protests taking place in paris on that day. the demonstrations come in the wake of last weekend's protests. those led to riots and violent clashes between protesters and police. the so-called "yellow-vest" protests have been sparked by the rising cost of gasoline and diesel fuel. yesterday france's government suspended the fuel price hike... but that has not put an end to the unrest. still ahead at 8 jesus in a cage....the wise men behind a wall. the nativity scene with a political message... and it's stirring strong reaction on both sides.. plus. heart-stopping video of a brutal crime and apparently random act. and next. a california teacher
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teacher has been arrested after forcibly cutting the hair of one of her students -- while singing the national anthem. margaret gieszinger was arrested after videos posted to social media showed her cutting a boy's hair. this happened at a school near fresno. in the video, the 52-year old science teacher is heard belting the star spangled banner while cutting chunks of
the boy's hair and tossing them behind her. she was arrested on suspicion of felony child endangerment. (grant) a nativity scene in boston is spurring some strong reaction from people (justine) the church that put up controversial scene in the hopes makes people ask these questions. reporter beth germano has the story. it's an unconventional take on the nativity scene.the baby jesus in a cage, the wise men closed off by a wall. for saint susanna's parish in dedham, this creche is meant to be thought provoking. stephen josoma/pastor"we try to take a picture of the world as it is and put it together with a christmas message."that message this year questions peace on earth.since jesus represents migrant children being held at the southern border separated from their parents.the wise men, the caravan of migrants behind the border wall.here they believe it's very much the message of jesus.stephen josoma/pastor "jesus was about taking care
of one another. this is not the way to take care of one another."pat ferrone/pariion er"we're not trying to scandalize anyone, trying to reflect back a reality that has to be looked at."but mixing politics with religion isn't sitting well with some who believe this nativity scene has crossed a line.helen watson/resident"this is where you come to pray, this is not where you come to be preached at what you should think about politics."beth germano/reporter "the pastor says this is not necessarily a dig at the trump administration. rather than political activism, he prefers to call it gospel activism." pat ferrone/parishioner"we talk about matthew 25, feeding the hungry and welcoming the stranger."and jesus, they say, was no stranger to politics. phil mandeville/parishioner "christ was political, he was hung on a cross for making political statements and bucking authority and that's exactly why he died."the nativity scene is meant to be a symbol of hope.at st. susanna's, the hope is that a conversation has begun. (grant)(grant)(grant)the church is known for its thought provoking nativity
scenes.last year it included a list of mass shooting locations as part of its display. next at 8 a dad's punishment for his daughter...viewed millions of times online. and it's creating some controversy. we'll let you decide next. just ahead in sports, the raiders defense tasked with a difficult challenge this week...stopping a steelers attack led by ben roethlisberger. jon gruden with his thoughts on the pittsburgh qb. also tonight, nfl history made on one play. highlights comin up. (justine) and we are following breaking news out of new york. where c-n-n offices have been evacuated...folbeen evacuated...following a bomb threat.
breaking news tonight out of new york. that's where police are investigating a phoned bomb threat at a building housing cnn's offices in manhattan.(justine) police say the threat was received at the time warner buiilding shortly after 10-30 eastern time a c-n-n employee tweeted the office was evacuated. after fire alarm bells went off in the newsroom.in october, the building was partially
disappointed in his daughter for bullying another student... came up with a punishment that has been viewed millions of times online.(justine) she got kicked off the bus. and he made her get to school another way.... reporter amy montgomery spoke with them. matt cox/father:"this is my small way of trying to stop it in my household."matt cox wanted to send his 10-year-old a message after she got into some trouble.her punishment has gone viral.matt cox/dad: "this lovely lady is my 10-year-old daughter."this video of cox's daughter walking to school has millions of views and hundreds of thousands of comments.you see, this isn't her normal route to school.she usually rides the bus.but cox says she got suspended for bullying another student.matt cox/father:"this is not the first incident.
it's the second incident for the year."so, instead of driving her, he made her walk. matt cox/father:"i am doing what i feel is right to teach my daughter a lesson and to stop her from bullying."to some, it may seem harsh -- and he recognizes how it could be perceived -- but this father of four says he had to correct her behavior.matt cox/father: "parents need to hold their kids accountable. so that was me showing how i hold my kid accountable. i'm not going to be another parent that's just going to brush things under the rug and say kids will be kids."10-year-old kirsten says she's learned a lot -- most importantly to be kind since she knows what it's like when others are not.kirsten cox/daughter:"i was bullied many times by kids bigger than me and smaller kids."amy montgomery/reporter:"how did that make you feel?"kirsten cox/daughter:"sad."cox says he never thought his video would take off the way it has.and what really hit home for him and his kids were the comments from others sharing how bullying has affected them. matt cox/father:"it's gut- wrenching to see how deep those wounds go for some people."and he hopes this video is a reminder of exactly that.matt cox/father:"i just want the kids to know that words truly do hurt, they cut very deep and have lasting effects, and i hope that parents hold their kids accountable."
(grant) kirsten's five-mile walk to school was broken up over her three-day suspension from the bus.she finished the last two miles wednesday and is expected to return back to her normal routine. (justine) a heart-stopping crime - caught on camera in los angeles. police say a video shows a homeless man pushing a complete stranger into oncoming traffic - before he ends up being pinned by a truck. we want to warn you some may find this video disturbing. it happened in downtown l-a's jewelry district. that's when a transient man...without being provocted pushes the victim into oncoming traffic. police say he had a collapsed lung...and some scrapes but they think he will make it. the transient man was later arrested. and is now expected to be charged with
attempted murder. seeing as seeing as the raiders are nowhere near the playoff picture this year, here's a highlight to celebrate. marshawn lynch, doesn't talk much to the media, but speaks with his actions. his extensive charity work throughout oakland and the rest of the bay area...earned him a nomination for the walter payton man of the year award. --the rest of the silver and black focusing on a tough opponent this week. the steelers who've lost two straight, but lead the afc north and are trying to clinch the division. their entire offense goes through- ben roethlisberger...in year 15...currently first in the league in passing yards. --jon gruden...on whether big ben's timeless consistency. "it didn't look any different to me when i was playing against them and i was coaching last time when i was in the booth and i'm studying them now. he still has a great physical presence in the pocket, he still creates a lot of offense when nothings there scrambling. he's at his best when they need him the most." " the plays that he creates that aren't designed is really cool, they're really fun to watch and that's why the guys got 2
rings, he's been a really good pro at it." --niners-broncos...sunday in santa clara. --after a slow start to the year, denver has won 3 straight... and put themselves in the mix for a playoff spot. --any conversation on scouting the broncos starts with that defense... anchored by all-pro von miller and a rookie that plays like a vet with bradley chubb. a combined 22-and-1/2 sacks between the two this year. kyle shanahan on the denver attack. "you look at our game last week we lost turnovers 3 to 0 i think we had 3 yards a carry i think they had 6 and you look at those 3 stats and it's very tough to win, playing a team that's very similar to that. a team that likes to rush the quarterback, a team who gets turnovers, and a team that runs the ball so it's not the exact same as seattle but on those methods somehow they've been winning.""i think the biggest thing is just focusing on us. you know, if we work as a unit and focus on our assignments, and how we execute i think we'll have a real great chance of winning."
our lexus ultimate highlight coming from tonight's edition of thursday night football-- jaguars-titans. the one play that sums up the entire game... titans facing a 99- yard drive... derrick henry takes care of it all on one play. the former heisman trophy winner...stiff- arming everyone in his path to the end zone... joins tony dorsett as the only players in league history to record a 99- yard rush. henry caps off the night with 4 touchdowns...n early 240-yards...and the lexus ultimate highlight.
that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken)catherine heenan is here with kron 4 news at nine. ((catherine))thank you grant and justine...next at nine...homelessness is a big problem in the bay area.even some college students don't have a place to lay their head at night.we'll take you live to the south bay where a group students pitched tents on campus...to raise awareness. plus..new tonight at nine. chilling new details on the stabbing death of a san francisco teen.a 38-year old man is now charged with his murder.a live report, coming
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growing problem of homelessness on a popular university in the south bay... and tonight they are calling on administrators to address the crisis....(grant) thanks for joining us, im grant lodes...(catherine) and im catherine heenan in for vicki livakis... tonight dozens of college students at san jose state university are sleeping under the stars tonight.their goal -- to raise awareness and show solidarity with the homeless. (grant) kron 4's gayle ong joins us live in san jose with the story. gayle. the high rent increase on dalia angel's childhood home in menlo park left her homeless for a month this year. a senior at san jose state, taking a full course load, in the middle of midterms..she never imagined something like