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investigation has begun. (whoosh)i no, no, no, no, the last time, chuck, you shut it down.no, no, no.s shoutdown in the oval office as fired up democratic leaders tell the president he won't get his border wall funding. (ken) (ken) breaking news tonight out of the south bay. where a building on the facebook campus has been evacuated. thank you for joining us i'm ken wayne.(pam) and i'm pam moore. right now, police are looking into a bomb threat called in from new york. kron-4's alecia reid joins us live tonight from menlo park with the latest... alecia that bomb that bomb threat was for 200 jefferson drive, that's building 23 .... we're posted up a few blocks away, but as you can see behind me, it's
still a very active scene.a number of streets are closed off , the bomb squad is here ...we saw dogs sniffing around. according to menlo park police ...a call came in around 432pm from nypd crime stoppers alerting officials that they received an anonymous tip regarding this bomb threat. menlo park p-d then issued an alert just before 5-30 this evening ... asking residents to avoid the area of the 200 block of jefferson drive near constitution drive.this investigation is still ongoing at this hour.the entire campus has been evacuated.of course we'll be here throughout the night bringing yo uthe lates. reporting live from menlo park ... ar ... kron 4 news. we first told you about this story with a push alert from our mobile app. stay connected to breaking
news by downloading it today. and opting in.. for push alerts. the san francisco holiday tradition known for binge drinking... has resulted in the high profile arrests of two young women. police say, the two have turned themselves in ... after video of people vandalizing a popular restaurant on saturday... was shared all over social media. our grant lodes is here with details of the arrests. (grant) police say the two women turned themselves in after seeing themselves in cell phone video on local news broadcasts. natalie natalie alcantar, a 21-year old san francisco resident was arrested for vandalism... and pacifica resident hannah baughmam - also 21 - has been booked for vandalism áand battery. police say one woman - believed to be baughman based on the booking information - was inside the shalimar restaurant on polk streek near pine. they say she and an employee got into an argument about paying for
food - and she was eventually denied service because she seemed intoxicated. that's when she allegedly started knocking over items, like the cash register, and punched a man who was working there - in the face. video also shows a glass sugar jar being thrown.== police say the other woman grabbed a chair outside the restaurant... then used it to shatter the front door. both suspects then both suspects then took off. the man who was punched is okay. police have not released mug shots but are asking anyone with any other informaton or video to contact them. the city of oakland has filed a lawsuit against the raiders for the teams' decision to move to las vegas. the suit seeks to recover damages ... including lost money which oakland taxpayers have invested in the n-f-l team.(ken) many fans are in support of the lawsuit -- and are, of course, very upset about the move.kron4's
michelle kingston spoke to some fans today and joins us live in the newsroom with their reaction to the suit. michelleone thing is for sure -- the fans i spoke to today agree if the raiders move -- they need to leave their colors and logo here in oakland.. where they were made. (mk)chris dobbins, save oakland sports"i'm an oakland guy. i love the raiders but i love oakland more so i'm siding with the city."ray bobbitt, raiders fan"the raiders belong in oakland because we created it here and the truth is, you can find a seashawk in seattle, but you cannot find a raider in the middle of the desert. it just doesn't happen."fans uet about the raiders leaving oakland ... but happy about the lawsuit filed on tuesday by the city.the mayor calling it much deserved.mayor libby schaaf, oakland"we are happy to announce the nfl shakedown has got to stop. the city of oakland, in particular the raider nation, are filing a much deserved lawsuit." officials are calling the raiders move illegal -- and demanding compensation for hundreds of millions of dollars in losses.chris dobbins, save oakland sports "it's a very sad day that we've come to this level but
i'm in favor of it so we can recoop the losses that we're going to be having on the coliseum because you know the raiders leave and you know the city and county are still going to be faced with those bond payments.chris dobbins and his father have had season tickets for more than 20 years ... and wished the team wasn't leaving ... especially this way.chris dobbins, save oakland sports"as a fan, i'm not going anywhere else. i've had season tickets since 1995. once they leave, i'm not following the team. it's going to be very emotional, but ya, i'm not following."ray bobbitt, raiders fanwe didn't feel the relocation was legal. we've come here and we've been loyal to this team to this organization for all our lives. we went through 12 losing seasons and still supported them 100 percent." michelle kingstonwe reached out to the nfl and the raiders .... but have not heard back yet.it's unclear at this point where the raiders will play their 2019 season -- fans say maybe levi stadium ... or san jose state ... but only time will tell.live in the newsroom
michelle kingston kron 4 news (ken) a terrorism investigation is now open as police search for a gunman behind an attack in the french city of strasbourg. at least three people are dead. and six others have serious injuries. officials say a gunman got inside the city's christmas market and inside a security zone to stage the attack. this happened around eight p-m tuesday night in france. police say they do know who the gunman is... and that he was on law enforcement's radar. demonstrators rallied inside p-g-and-e headquarters ... to protest the company's role in the 'camp fire'. in the meantime, an attorney who is representing those who survived that blaze says, he now knows how the utility's equipment caused that blaze. kron 4's dan kerman has more. more than 2 dozen demonstrators marched to the lobby of pacific gas and electric's
corporate headquarters in san francisco tuesday to protests the company's role in the camp firesot faiq raza/protester :14 you need to be held responsible for what happened in paradise, we cant continue allowing this bad behavior of destroying lives and neighborhoods.demonstrators, who read the names of those who perished in the camp fire believe the utility is reponsible for causing the fire.sotnow we know pretty much exactly what happened. attorney mike danko who is filing lawsuits on behalf of both camp fire survivors and family's of victims agrees.. and in his latest filing he pinpoints what believes is the cause of the blaze sot mike danko/attorney representing camp fire survivors :55we know the fire started at a high transmission tower. an electrified wire on the tower came loose from its mooring and struck the side of the tower that caused sparks and that caused molten metal from the tower to fall onto the trees below and that's waht started the fire.and danko says p, g and e is not only negligent but has a conscious desregard for people's safety sot they know for a fact theyre poor mainteance and inspection procedures will
cause people to lose property cause fires andput peoples lives a risk and they have over the years decided they would go ahead and take that risk anyway in the name of profits standup dan kerman/sf 140in a statement pge says safety of their customers is their number one priority. they also point out the cause of the blaze has not yet been determined. they say now their priority is to help customers recover and rebuilding. in sf, dan kerman kron 4 news. the homelessness crisis in the bay area is worse than many think.... according to a new study published by zillow. (ken) according to the report, there are thousands more without a home than the
official count by the u.s. department of housing and urban development. kron 4's gabe slate spoke with a homeless center serving people in contra costa county. according a new study released by zillow, there were an estimated 25,951 people living without homes in the bay area last year, that's over 6,000 more than were officially counted by the u.s. department of housing and urban development.sound from donna colombo, executive director trinity center, walnut creek. "not surprised, we see that everyday"donna colombo, is executive director of the trinity center in walnut creek which provides, shelter, food, and resources to homeless people in contra costa county. she says they have seen a steady increase in people coming through their doors looking for help and she is seeing more families and seniors than before. sound from donna colombo, executive director trinity center, walnut creek. "seniors are fastest growing population of homeless and more families choosing between rent or food," in walnut creek gabe slate kron 4 news.
residents should train themselves to respond more quickly to warnings... and be prepared to shelter in place if they cannot outrun the flames. pimlott is leaving his job friday ... after 30 years with the agency. (ken) meanwhile authorities estimate it will cost at least 3-billion dollars to clear debris from 19-thousand homes destroyed in three california wildfires. and those costs could surpass the estimate. most of the work will occur in butte county where the city of paradise was mostly destroyed. (pam) county- run health care facilities in santa clara ... have long struggled with a lack of beds and services. but now... relief is on the way. the county is buying three private hospitals ... o'connor hospital ... saint louise in gilroy... and de paul health center in morgan hill. acquiring the three facilities will add more than 4-hundred beds... doubling capacity county wide. and it means south county residents, fearful of losing their local hospitals, will instead, see expanded
services. (ken) the brakes have been put on a plan to add a toll on treasure island.. this after members of the outgoing san francisco board of supervisors delayed their vote today... leaving the issue on the table for the incoming board. kron four's philippe djegal reports from city hall... where people who live on the island are happy the toll has not been implemented.. (philippe) unlike any other neighborhood in san francisco... resients and business owners, in addition to visitors, may soon have to pay up to seven dollars round- trip, during peak hours, to enter and leave the island.no name/resident- "it's very inhumane to me and its not fair at all."christoph oppermanm/resident- "what neighborhood in san francisco is going to be next? are we going to put a fence around the presidio? dig a ditch around pacific heights? for us to be asked a residents living on an island in san francisco in san francisco's zip code to pay a toll to drive to and from our homes inward in the city seems outrageous." on tuesday... the san
francisco transportation authority governing board delayed its vote on a new toll policy, and transit pass and affordability program.... seeking more time to flush out the details. business owners and residents fear the toll will have a negative economic impact and drive residents away.carla biondi/resident- 'it's just ludacris, really."jim mirowski/business owner- "i already have people in my employ that have said if there's a toll, they're not going to work for me. i have customers who say i'm not going to come up there and do some wine tasting if i have to pay seven dollars to get on the island." the plan includes an up to 300-dollar stipend per island household... which would eventually pay for up to o round-trips 21-days a week.eric young/transportation authority- "that stipend can be directed towards toll costs, or it could be directed to other expenses people have." the transportation authority says revenue from the tolls will pay for new ferry services on the island and additional bus services. there are currently 625 households on the island. within the next 15 to 20 years... that number is expected to increase to 8- thousand with additional housing coming to the area.
eric young/transportation authority- "this is not at all meant about gentrification or driving people out. what this is about is being able to provide much more robust transit, um, and to do that, we have to find ways to pay for it." if approved, the toll would go into affect by late 20-21. in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. now to our 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: dense fog gave way to hazy sunshine and and cool temperatures. highs today were in the 50s and low 60s. we are seeing a few showers on doppler radar in far northern california. on the satellite you can see another storm headed our way. it is very weak and will only bring a slight chance of showers overnight. there will also be patchy dense fog inland. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to mid 60s. it should be dry on thursday but more rain is possible late in the day on friday with showers lingering into saturday. another storm will bring rain to the bay area late on sunday.
(ken) today in sacramento the u.s. department of justice trained more than a hundred faith leaders on what to do if a gunman enters their houses of worship. (pam) kron 4's capitol bureau reporter ashley za-val-a explains the decision ... that will be left up to faith leaders. "we are very hopeful that the folks who are in attendance today never have to put to use the things that we are to use the things never have to put news.kron four philippe djegal, francisco, in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. now to our four zone forecast.live look outside at s-f- kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: dense fog gave way to hazy sunshine and and cool temperatures. highs today were in the 50s and low 60s. we are seeing a few showers on doppler radar in far northern california. on the satellite you can see another storm headed our way. it is very weak and will only bring a slight chance of showers overnight. there will also be patchy inland. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to mid 60s. it should be dry on thursday but more rain is possible late in the day on friday with lingering into saturday. another storm will bring rain to the bay area late on sunday. (ken) u.s. department of justice
trained more than a hundred faith leaders on what to do if a gunman enters their houses of worship. (pam) kron 4's capitol bureau reporter ashley za-val-a explains, the decision on how to use the training .. will be left up to faith leaders. "we are very hopeful that the folks who are in attendance today never have to put to use the things that we are training them on today."how to prevent and handle an active shooter situation was the seminar for several faith leaders..october's deadly synagogue shooting in
pittsburgh prompted tuesdays training, which was not open to the media.((mcgregor scott - u.s. attorney)) "how to prepare in advance, how to establish liaison with law enforcement, who to call what to do, and what measures to take."jewish faith leaders say they're seeing a significant rise in ant-semitic incidents.. ((bruce pomer-jewish community relations council)) "we're look at incident rise of somewhere in the region of 50-60% over previous years." meanwhile..the fbi they're seeing a steady increase in violence in places of worship... according to agency statistics, since 2014, there have been five deadly shootings at either a church or synagogue, three of which resulted in mass casualties. whether faith-based buildings should have armed guards, fbi agents aren't recommending one way or the other.they say that decision is up to the congregations..((sean ragan- fbi special agent)) "we are encouraging members of the community and faith communities to let us know their thoughts."despite the daunting discussion.. faith leaders say this should not
deter people from practicing their faith. tag. new ahead at 8 punished for doing good. what police did to a good samaritan who helped people in an accident. and next. google in the hot seat on capitol hill... as congress digs into whether google has become too powerful.. ((ken))here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine... new details about the northern california teen who died while being restrained at school.his identity has been released.and now parents are pulling their children out of that program. why they believe the school is to blame for his death.that's tonight on kron 4 news at nine.
committee .. meeting today.. about the power google wields over the internet. (ken) the company spent $18 million lobbying politicians in 2017 which makes it the highest spenders of lobbying power. now there are concerns its power is out of control.(pam)washington d.c.correspondent brie jackson has details .. there are growing concerns on capitol hill about the spread of information on the popular search engine google"google is able to collect an amount of information about its users that would even make the nsa blush"during a house judiciary committee hearing congressman bob goodlatte raised concerns
about consumer privacy and the massive amount of data google collects."is it true that the android operating system sends information to google every few minus detailing the exact location of a smart phone within a few feet, the speed of movement of the phone.google's ceo sundar pichai says different apps collect various details based on privacy settings.but overall pichai says the company's mission is to protect users. we've invested an enormous amount of work over the years to bring choice, transparency and control to our users. democrats and republicans also worry about the role social media played in the 2016 elections.officials want to make sure measures are in place to prevent political bias."right now if you google the word idiot under images a picture of donald trump comes up"members from both parties want assurance google employees aren't manipulating algorithims and spreading mis- information. pichai: "it is not possible for an individual employee or groups of employees to manipulate our search results. lawmakers are trying to figure out what federal regulations for tech
companies should look like to ensure transparency and increase accountability. in washington brie jackson coming up at eight.. why a former fraternity president accused of rape ... will not spend any time in jail. plus. if you plan to travel this holiday season... prepare for big crowds. what is expected to be the busiest day for christmas travel. and next. a wild showdown in the oval office. how a conversation that was reportedly supposed to be private.... spiraled out of control in front of the cameras. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast. details are right after the break.
< president trump: can i tell you something? sen. chuck schumer: yea you just said it's effective. president trump: without a wall...these are only areas where you have walls. where you have effective. where you do not have walls it's not effective> (ken) it was supposed to be a closed- door meeting between president trump and congressional democratic leaders.(ken) but after the cameras were called in, things quickly went downhill. (pam)c-n-n's kaitlan collins explains. nat sound:it started out with a laugh....president trump: "and then we have the easy one, the wall. that will be the one that will be the easiest of all. what do you think chuck? maybe not."sen. chuck schumer:"it's called funding the government, mr. president."but today's oval office meeting between president trump, and democratic leaders nancy pelosi and chuck schumer quickly descended into chaos....as washington watched
talks over funding the president's border wall break down on live television.... schumer:"one thing i think we can agree on is we shouldn't shut down the government over a dispute and you want to shut it down."trump:"the last time, chuck, you shut it down." schumer:"no, no. twenty times, twenty times, twenty times you called for, 'i will shut down the government if i don't get my wall.' none of us have saidyou said it. you said it." trump:"i'll take it. you know what i'll say? yes, if we don't get what we want, one way or the other. whether it's through you, through a military, through anything you want to call, i will shut down the government."schumer:"we disagree."trump:"and i am proudi tell you what, i am proud to shut down the government for border security, chuck, because the people of this country don't want criminals and people that have lots of problems and drugs pouring into our country. so, i will take the mantle. i will be the one to shut it down. i'm not going to blame you for it. the last time you shut it down it didn't work. i will take the mantle of shutting down and i'm going to shut it down for border security."the new power dynamic in washington pointed fingers, raised their voices and constantly interrupted one another...trump:"excuse me..." it was the first meeting between the three in over a year, and was supposed to be closed to the press. but after the cameras were summoned at the last minute...pelosi and schumer pleaded with trump to have this fight behind closed doors...rep. nancy pelosi:"i
don't think we should have a debate in front of the press on this."schumer:"let's debate in private. ok?"as things heated up, trump...implying pelosi was only taking a tough stance because she wants to nail down votes to become speaker...trump:"i also know that nancy is in a situation where it's not easy for her to talk right now..."pelosi:"mr. president -- please don't characterize the strength that i bring to this meeting as a leader of the house democrats who just won a big victory." trump:"and we gained in the senate. nancy. excuse me. did we win the senate. we won the senate."schumer:"when the president brags that he won north dakota and indiana, he is in real trouble.."trump:"i did! we did win north dakota and indiana." schumer then telling trump...schumer: "elections have consequences, mr. president."it only got worse after reporters left the room, schumer later telling reporters this while standing in front of the west wing... schumer:"this trump shutdown, this temper tantrum that he seems to throw will not get him his wall and it will hurt a lot of people because he will cause a shutdown, he admitted he wanted a shutdown.."the meeting...comin g to a close without a resolution, and only increasing chances of a government shutdown next week. (ken) (ken)(ken) a virginia
jury is recommending life in prison... and a 100 -thousand dollar fine for the murder of heather heyer.... that is the maximum penalty for the charge. the jury also issued sentences of 70 -years for each of the five- counts of aggravated malicious wounding.... and 20 -years each for three- counts of malicious wounding. a judge will decide fields' exact punishment .... and whether the sentences will run consecutively or concurrently. that hearing will take place march 29th - 20-19. (ken) the former president of a texas fraternity will not spend a single day in prison. despite being charged with rape. jacob anderson was sentenced yesterday. he struck a plea deal that allowed him to plead no contest to a lesser charge. anderson will now have to complete three years of deferred probation and pay a 400-dollar fine. if he follows the deal... the charge will be taken off his record and he will not have to register as a sex offender. a woman accused the former baylor university student of
raping her back in 2015. (ken) a california man is in jail, accused of killing a dog because of the animal urinated. modesto ramos was booked for animal cruelty causing death. police say the 23-year-old fatally shot his neighbor's dog.....because he was upset the dog urinated on his yard and vehicle. when the dog's owner realized the dog was missing she called the police. ramos admitted what he did....and said he buried the dog afterward. he is also charged with possession of banned assault weapons and negligent discharge of a firearm. (pam) a new york judge is ordering the release of a mother... jailed.. after she was violently separated from her toddler by police. the videotaped encounter happened at a new york city social services office. the judge set jazmine headley free ... hours after the brooklyn district attorney announced he was dropping all charges against her. headley was arrested.. after a dispute with a guard in a crowded waiting room .. because she sat on the floor while waiting .. video shows officers yanking her 18-
month old son from her arms. district attorney eric gonzalez says, he was 'horrified by the violence" in the video. (pam) u-s airlines are expecting more than 2- point- five million people to travel during the christmas and new year's break this year. the busiest day is expected to be the friday before christmas. the trade group- 'airlines for america'- is forecasting that more than 45- million people will fly... between december 20 and january 6-th. as for the least busy travel days... no surprise here. that will be on christmas eve and christmas day. (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: dense fog gave way to hazy sunshine and and cool temperatures. highs today were in the 50s and low 60s. we are seeing a few showers on doppler radar in far northern california. on the satellite you can see
another storm headed our way. it is very weak and will only bring a slight chance of showers overnight. there will also be patchy dense fog inland. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s to mid 60s. it should be dry on thursday but more rain is possible late in the day on friday with showers lingering into saturday. another storm will bring rain to the bay area late on sunday.
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the popular devices seem to be a new target for thieves. denver police report.. 20 stolen since the beginning of the year. (ken) an different kind of traffic congestion for people trying to get to work in phoenix. a pack of stray dogs pranced across a busy freeway yesterday. the pack weaving in and out of rush our traffic on interstate 17 providing a heart stopping sight to those on the roads. witnesses say a state trooper and tow truck driver forced the pups off the freeway then they were collected one by one. four of the six dogs were taken away by animal control. two got away. next at 8 a good samaritan stops to help people in an accident.... but ends up being questioned by police. coming up in sports, before the raiders can leave for their multi-billion dollar place in las vegas, there's some issues they need to take care of in oakland. more on the lawsuit filed by the city against the franchise.
(pam) punished for a good deed. that is what one man says happened... when he stopped to help, after a crash that ended up killing a 21-year-old man... and shutting down a highway in washington, d-c.(ken) that good samaritan says his decision to help cost him: police impounded his car. brad bell has his story. when a car in front of him went out of control, flipping into a ravine on the suitland parkway , benjamin davis could've driven by.but he says
he knew people needed help. he stopped. it was bad.benjamin davis iii/ good samaritan"the guy he's hanging out of the passenger side door. so i pulled him out."davis managed to get the survivor out of the car, but the second person in the car, 21-year-old kyree payne of northeast d.c., died. davis, who lives in baltimore and was on his way to work in d.c., told police everything he witnessed and at first was allowed to leave.but when he was just a block away, he was pulled over by a d.c. police officer and that's when his nightmare began.benjamin davis iii/ good samaritan"he said, 'you're being detained because you were a witness to a vehicle where someone died, an accident where someone died.'" davis says he was made to wait for about two hours and was harshly questioned, before he claims a police supervisor told him because he witnessed a fatal crash, his car was being impounded.benjamin davis iii/ good samaritan"i said what are you towing my vehicle for? he said because you're parked in an area where you're not supposed to parked at, i said excuse me sir, your officer just pulled me over here, what are you talking about? i just left the scene where i just saved somebody's
life."davis says he was not involved in the crash.since his driver's license is active and his car is registered and insured, police gave him no citations.benjamin davis iii/ good samaritan"i don't know what those guys.... what they were into, but i got treated like a suspect and my car was stolen by the metro department police in d.c." (ken)c-n-n affiliate w-j-l-a says it asked police for answers-- such as why the car was taken, where that car is right now and when he's getting it back.the station reports it has yet to get any answers. (ken) no one likes pot holes. one creative woman in pennsylvania decided to harness the holiday spirit to draw attention to a pot hole in her neighborhood. marietta spak filled a pot hole with an artificial cristmas tree, covered in ornaments and all. it was her attempt to keep drivers from hitting the hole and bring attention to what she believes is a safety issue. spak's neighbors eventually joined in.
installing a santa in the hole next to the tree. city officials assure people in the area that the hole will be fixed soon --- but the decorations have to be removed first. (pam) hundreds of articles of clothing are tied to trees throughout milwaukee's city parks. scarves, mittens, gloves, and hats look almost like ornaments on christmas trees. but these are not for decoration -- they will help keep needy men, women, and children warm throughout the cold wisconsin winter. the organizer of "operation scarf" says, the group distributed 12-hundred pieces of clothing this year.... adding that it's just a small way for them to help out. "operation scarf" is in its fourth year of providing warm winter clothing ... for people in milwaukee. the golden state warriors were in san francisco today for their annual holiday hoops benefit luncheon. this year... more than 600 members of the business community particpated. but as kron4's haaziq madyun
reports... the one question that was on everyone's mind... didn't get answered. natsot"warriors guard stephen curry"a conversation with golden state warriors guard stephen curry was the highlight at this years hoops for the holidays luncheon at the fairmont hotel in san francisco. it is an annual event put on by the san francisco chamber of commerce and highlights the charitable efforts of the warriors community sfoundation says the chamber's vice chair john gingrichsotduring the luncheon attendees were also treated to on stage conversations with coach steve kerr and warriors forward andre iguodala. but it was steph curry, whose recent comments on the winging it
podcast, doubting that man has ever landed on the moon, that the media was hoping would come up during his on stage conversation. unfortunately it never did. reporters were not allowed to ask any questions at the event. since i couldn't ask curry i asked the vice chairman of the san francisco chamber of commerce if he thought the warriors guard was just kidding or serious about doubting the moon landingsot in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news starting with a story we touched on at the top of the newscast. the raiders have to think about much more than finding a new general manager... the franchise, now dealing with a lawsuit from the city of oakland. the city has filed a federal lawsuit against the raiders...and the rest of the nfl as a whole. the 353-page suit is highly detailed... calling the team's upcoming move to las
vegas illegal and the city is seeking to recover millions of dollars in damages that comes with the franchise leaving oakland. a news release announcing the suit refers to the nfl as a cartel... and uses relocatoin as away to get cities to build new stadiums and quote 'generate fortunes for themselves.' this all brigns up a question on where the raiders will play next season...as there is no lease agreement for the coliseum set for 2019. therefore, it's possible the team may end moving earlier than expected...and play at an alternate location. any number of sites could be in play, the chargers old place in san diego...san antonio...or maybe levi's? stay tuned on how this story develops. checking in with the 49ers... who don't seem to be in so much turmoil compared to their bay area neighbors. --the team placed wide receiver pierre garcon on injured reserve today...because of knee surgery. . --another story that's been unfolding ...the progress of nick mullens...more than 370-yards passing over the last two weeks.. making a serious case for the main backup spot going into next year. "nick has shown
that he can play quarterback in this league. he did a very good job in this game playing within himself, playing in a tight pocket. he made some really good throws with people around him. he hung in there and made some good plays. there was also a couple of times that i thought he saved a couple of sacks." time now for our lexus ultimate highlight... we go to miami for a miraculous play. --dolphins- pats...fins down 5 on the final play of the game...need to make something happen... ryan tannehill to kenny stills... lateral to davante parker... and parker flips it to kenyan drake who books it 52-yards to the end zone. no flags, game over, dolphins get the upset...and honors for the lexus honors for the lexus ultimate highlight. finally tonight, baseball winter meetings underway and a star from the bay area is now on the market. --troy tulowitzki...has been released by the toronto blue jays. --the pride of fremont high in sunnyvale...missed all of last
season due to surgery on his heels, but he still has two years and 38-million dollars left on his contract. --since being drafted in 2005, he's put together an excellent resume...5-time all-star and two gold gloves --he's expected to be in shape by the time spring training arrives, so we'll see where he ends up. why it costs 3- why it costs 3- thoussand dollars why it costs 3- why it costs 3- thoussand dollars a night to stay in this house (ken) you can ♪ toyland, toyland
daddy, it's christma ♪ childhoods, joyland never let go of your dreams. the mercedes-benz winter event is back. lease the glc 300 for $459 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. (ken) you can spend a night at the home where ralphie from the movie 'a christmas story' lived. the 1983 film is set in indiana... but the famous home that sleeps six is actually located in cleveland, ohio. fans can get into the christmas spirit by booking a visit. the nightly rate is three-thousand dollars. 2018 is fully booked, but reservations are open for christmas 2019. the interior was restored to resemble the film, and is showcased year round for tours. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken) but our primetime coverage is just getting started this tuesday night. grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9.
((grant))thank you pam and ken...next at nine...all clear. that's the word from authorities in menlo park... after a bomb threat was called in... threatening a building on facebook's menlo park campus. people were forced to evacuate... how the n-y-p-d got involved. that's coming up in a live report. plus...new tonight at nine.new details on the northern california teen who died while being restrained at school.he has been identified.now parents are pulling their kids from the program.it's a story you don't want to miss. ((grant))a series of storms is headed our way.chief meteorologist lawrence karnow has your frigid forecast. ((vicki))keep it here...kron 4 news at nine starts right after the break.
(grant) a bomb (grant) a bomb threat .... prompted authorities to evacuate a building on facebook's campus... and tonight no suspicious packages or devices have been found... but police are still on high alert...(grant)2 shot bam thanks for joining us, im grant lodes...(vicki) and im vicki livakis... police say the call came in around 4:30 this afternoon from n-y-p-d crime stoppers... alerting local police about a bomb threat at a facebook building on jefferson drive by chilco street....(grant) kron4's alecia reid is live in menlo park with details on how local police acted on the threat... that bomb threat was for
building 23 .... as soon as authorities got word, the entire campus was on lockdown. pkgleaving no stone unturned ... the bomb squad, bomb sniffing dogs, and other agencies zoned in on facebook's menlo park campus tuesday night.the call came from nypd crime stoppers ... alerting officials, that they received an anonymous tip regarding a bomb threat. facebook's campus was evacuated...just before 5-30pm menlo park police issued an alert ... urging residents to avoid the 200 block of jefferson drive .... near constitution drive.officials shut down a number of streets ... as the bomb squad investigated ...this all comes 5 days after cnn's new york offices and studios were evacuated after a similar threat.that was also phoned in. there were allegedly as many as 5 bombs inside the building.however the bomb squad turned up nothing.standup at this hour the evacuation has been lifted.no device or suspicious package was found reporting live from menlo park ... ar ... kron 4 news.