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as butte county students and staff settle in to a new normal... school administrators say coping with the trauma from the camp fire has been a priority since it ignited.((michelle zevely -asst. superintendent)) "we assembled a team right away with local experts and then reached out to national and statewide experts to support us with our work and our thinking."the office of education says it now has a large collection of counselors and clinicians ready to meet with students, teachers, and staff.((kelli jensen - paradise teacher)) "a lot of people showed up, a lot of people showed up to work with kids to support staff, support kids, asking 'what do you need, what do you need?'"now in their second week back at school, paradise teachers say overall students are happy to be back in class, but some are struggling with the trauma.. ((zevely)) "many of our kids had to drive through flames, and that itself is trauma. what we've learned is it's not only the trauma of the event, it's loss. some people lost famly, friends, their homes, their schools their dreams, their pets."((aram osterlye - paradise teacher)) "a lot of
these kids should not have to have this experience so early in life, it will make them more resilient but right now it's a combination of supporting these kids and those who need that support." school officials say staying connected is what will help the whole community cope. tag. (grant) tonight at 5:30... kron4 is always tracking local stories. starting tonight in the east bay... where students at diablo valley college saw a heavy police presence on campus today... after a threat was made. (vicki) kron 4's sara stinson checked in with students about how their feeling with this threat hanging over them during finals. (reporter intro)
like what type of threat was it?">this is a picture of the threat found written in the men's restroom in the humanities building on the d-v-c campus wednesday afternoon.in all caps someone wrote "get ready - for the lucky person reading this - your life will be spared on thursday the 13th...the last day of classes i will kill my imbecile classmates." the person then wrote - you're going to report this? i always get my way.it was signed with the letter "z" plus - a drawing of a gun. campus police alerted students saying they are investigating the non-specific anonymous threat.and that classes will continue. counselors are also available ready to help students who may feel anxious about this threat. students say situation is making finals more stressful. (reporter tag)
(vicki)in the south bay. police in san jose have arested a man for a homicide that happened earlier this week on chestnut street. terry hill is accused of killing a man on tuesday. police arrived at the scene and found a man suffering from a stab wound. police say hill later returned to the scene and was taken into custody and charged with murder. (grant) now to the north bay ...where a man and woman are wanted for counterfeit theft. last sunday ... they went into a walmart in windsor and bought 1-thousand dollars in gift gards with fake 100-
dollar bills. authorities say the amount omoney in question makes this a felony crime. if you recognize them you're asked to call the sonoma county sheriffs office. (vicki) on the peninsula. a 36 year old man has been arrested on suspicion of fatally stabbing a woman at home in menlo park last night. francis wolke --- originally from ohio --- with a prior address in san francisco -- was arrested at the scene on the 900 block of valparaiso avenue. officers responded around 5:30 to find the victim had been stabbed with "an instrument... other than a knife." wolke had an outstanding arrest warrant in santa clara county... and has been booked into san mateo county jail. (vicki)the san mateo county sheriff's office is asking for the public's help in identifying a pair of thieves who stole packages from two separate homes in millbrae on monday.the thieves struck one home on broadway street and the other on millbrae avenue between the hours of 3 and 5pm. security cameras were able to capture video of the crime.the first suspect is described as a 20- to 30-year-old woman
wearing a gray jacket with a fur hood.the second suspect is described as a white man wearing a black baseball hat and a gray-hooded sweatshirt. anyone with information on the case is asked to call the police. lawrence karnow: it was a gorgeous day with highs soaring well into the 60s under sunny skies. there was plenty of sunshine all the way to the coast. a few high clouds made for a beautiful sunset too. doppler radar is quiet now but that will soon change. on the satellite you can see a storm off the coast. we could see a few showers as early as tomorrow morning but the heavier. more rain is ready for the weekend.
(vicki) in national news. a new resolution passed in the senate urges the u.s. withdraw its military support from the war in yemen and condemns the saudi leader for the killing of journalist jamal khashoggi. kron4's camila bernal reports. a new ceasefire was announced thursday for a critical port city in yemen -- giving humanitarian aid groups a window to send supplies to millions facing starvation.the deadly civil war in yemen has also caught the attention of lawmakers in washington in recent days.sen. dick durbin: "i believe that we've got to put an end to this humanitarian disaster."in the senate, a bipartisan resolution passed to end u.s. military support for the saudi-led war -- which the u-n describes as the world's worst
humanitarian crisis.sen. amy klobuchar: "this legislation includes provisions to suspend weapons sales to saudi arabia and impose mandatory sanctions on people involved in the death of mr. khashoggi."mitch mcconnell/ (r) senate majority leader: "it's a clear and unambiguous message about how we feel about what happened to this journalist."meanwhile in the house, republicans sidelined debate on u.s. involvement in the war for the rest of the year. but house lawmakers on both sides expressing concern over the saudi crown prince's involvement in khashoggi's murder.rep. tom reed: "based on my information and what i have come to the conclusion where the crown prince's involvement here is accurate. // but at the end of the day, accountability needs to be imposed and there are appropriate sanctions that can be deployed."lawmakers have limited time to debate what to do about yemen -- with just days left before a possible government shutdown.in washington, i'm camila bernal. (grant)coming up... a story
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galactic... is one step closer to its 14-year-old goal of sending tourists into space. the company's super-sonic plane journeyed into the upper levels of earth's atmosphere today, reaching space for the first time.the "v-s-s unity" hit a maximum altitude of 51- point-four miles.you see here... they did a little barrell roll to celebrate. that's about a mile and a half past what the u-s government recognizes as the edge of space.the rocket-powered plane's thursday flight means the company could be just months away from taking its first load of tourists.virgin galactic hasn't said when it plans to begin commercial flights.it tweeted out this photo of the craft flying high above what appears to be the sierra.the company says roughly 600 people have reserved tickets... with each ticket costing about a quarter of a million dollars.
(vicki)whether or not you believe in u-f-os...a new documentary seeks to shed light on the decades-old conspiracy theories...in an effort to separate in an effort to separate science fact... from science fiction. from science science fact... separate in an effort to separate science fact... from scie once thought to be pure
it's triggered a newfound interest in the phenomenon.... including a new documentary film about a u-f-o whistleblower.reporter george knapp was at the los angeles premiere. c2.5 g 0 c2.5 g 0 c2.5 g 0 (grant)that was george knapp reporting.knapp, by the way, has a consulting credit in the film.he's the one who brought lazar's story about area 51 to light about 30 years ago.knapp says he remains skeptical ... but thinks lazar's story is worthy of investigation. (vicki) a 62-year-old college student getting his college diploma after years away from school is impressive enough --- but one student at u-c davis is going beyond that. michael o-hearn is not only three times the age of most of his classmates --- but he's also in a wheelchair. but ask him and hell tell you he's just as youthful and wide-eyed
about his future as his classmates. he left college at a young age to enter the work-force as a salesman. until he started having trouble walking. eventually he had to use a wheelchair to get around and couldn't work anymore. in 2014, enrolled in a music degree program at uc music degree enrolled in a investigation.worthy of investigation. worthy of story is
lazar's story about area 51 to light about 30 years ago.knapp says he remains skeptical ... but thinks lazar's story is worthy of investigation. (vicki) a 62-year-old college student getting his college diploma after years away from school is impressive enough --- but one student at u-c davis is going beyond that. michael o-hearn is not only three times the age of most of his classmates --- but he's also in a wheelchair. but ask him and hell tell you he's just as youthful and wide-eyed about his future as his classmates. he left college at a young age to enter the work-force as a salesman. until he started having trouble walking. eventually he had to use a wheelchair to get around and couldn't work anymore. in 2014, enrolled in a music degree program at uc davis. this saturday after four years of rediscovering who he is --- michael will get his diploma. but he has no intention of using his wheelchair to get across the stage.
help of band mates, hell be walking across the stage. o'hearn says he hopes to pursue a career in jazz music after graduation. (anchor) taking a live look outside... at the san mateo bridge.(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was a gorgeous day with highs soaring well into the 60s under sunny skies. there was plenty of sunshine all the way to the coast. a few high clouds made for a beautiful sunset too. doppler radar is quiet now but that will soon change. on the satellite you can see a storm off the coast. we could see a few showers as early as tomorrow morning but the heavier. more rain is ready for the weekend. (grant)a little boy (grant) weekend. ready for the weekend.
(vicki)a retired n-b-a star is hoping to save and change a young boy's life. (grant) dikembe mutombo met eight-year-old matadi at the airport in los angeles this week.matadi is from the congo.... but he is in l-a for medical treatment.matadi has a tumor growing on the left side of his face.mutombo says the little boy's community has rejected him because of his face.the basketball star's foundation sponsored the trip.doctors at the osborne head and neck foundation are performing the surgery for free.dave dell, of the osborne head and neck foundation: "he is suffering from a life-threatening illness and we are here to
help this little boy and mr. mutombo's foundation save this little boy's life."dikembe mutombo/former nba star: "right now, we want to improve the living condition of the people in congo where the mortality rate is 45 for men and 47 for women." (grant) 47 for women." (grant)important work.(vicki)after his surgery-- matadi will surgery-- after his (vicki) work.important (grant) 47 for women."45 for men and mortality rate is 45 for men and 47 for women." (grant) important work.(vicki)after his surgery-- matadi will stay with his father at the ronald mcdonald house free of charge during his recovery.. (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(grant) ken wayne and pam moore ken wayne and pam moore kron 4 news at six.
(ken) thank you grant and vicki..we are learning more we are learning more about bomb threats that forced evacuations in the bay area -- and across the country.. we'll tell you what the sender was demanding...(pam) then -- we look at where the raiders might play next season... now that the team has 'opted out' of its coliseum lease.and we'll hear from the niners about the idea of sharing levi's stadium..... that's coming up next at six. six. youand the holiday spiritoss just hits you... yes! or when you get the best deal... on a treat for your best friend? or when you score a magical gift... at an unbelievable price? yes! that's yes for less. ross has you and your list covered with gifts you'll love to give. and it feels even better when you find them for less-at ross. yes for less. (pam) now at six -- bitcoin
bomb threats... we are learning more about a hoax that affected businesses and schools across the country. at least a dozen locations in san francsico received the threat .... some demanding a ransom payment in bit coin.. hello i'm pam moore.(ken) and i'm ken wayne. among the places in san francisco that received the email threat was the building our studio is located.. this is video showing the bomb sniffing dog that was brought in by police to our location. it checked the surroundings of our building - to make sure everything was all clear.. the first threat we learned about was reported around 10:00- this morning..(pam) it was received at the san francisco fire credit union at avenue.. that led to evacuations there and at the jewish community center across the street. kron4's dan kerman has been at the scene since the area was shutdown...