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>>the newark police department. investigators have uncovered a list. the organizations on the subject is a media that may have been potential targets of violence. >>disturbing new details in the gilroy garlic festival shooting. the fbi now revealing the gunman had a hit list. and the shooting is now being investigated as domestic terror. good evening, everybody, i'm vicki liviakis and i'm catherine heenan and for grant lotus tonight. >>officials released more information about their investigation today. >>even including what the
gunman was wearing at the time of the shooting and the amount of ammunition he had kron four's dan kerman is live in the newsroom with battle they'r organizations from across the country. >>with various different ideologies that were on the gunman's suppose it hit list which may have been potential targets. the fbi has opened a full. >>domestic terrorism investigation into this mass shooting. >>9 days after this man 19 year-old santino leg and opened fire at the gilroy garlic festival killing 3 and injuring 13 others. the fbi has opened a domestic terrorism investigation. the fbi says that's due in part to the discovery of a list of other potential targets on the gans digital media these organizations from across the country. religious institutions.
>>political organizations from both major political parties. going to school. >>at a news conference tuesday, the fbi didn't name the organizations, but said there were no individuals on the list. they also say they have yet to narrow down a motive for the shooting or a specific ideology. >>we have uncovered evidence throughout the course of our investigation. shooter was exploring violent ideologies. we have seen a fractured ideology. the shooter appeared to have an interest in varying competing, violent. >>i ideologies going forward. the fbi is looking for which ideology league and settled on who he may have been in contact with regarding these ideologies and who if anyone helped him or had advance knowledge of his intentions. and tuesday. we also learned that leg and fire 39 rounds during the rampage officers fired 18 and hit him several times they also say.
>>le guen was wearing a bullet-resistant vest and had numerous high capacity magazines filled with multiple rounds of ammunition live in the newsroom. dan kerman kron 4 news dan thank you and the family of centennial again broke their silence today. >>they released a statement that reads in part our family is deeply shocked and horrified by the actions of arson we cannot begin to describe our disparate his actions. we want to express our deepest and sincerest apologies for the loss and pain that he's caused. they went on to say that we have never and would never condone the hateful thoughts and ideologies that led to this event and it is impossible to reconcile this with the thought and the sun that we thought we knew. and we will have more coverage of the garlic festival shooting a little later on this hour at 5.30 we'll hear from a domestic terror expert about how they make sure that people are safe when there are threats. >>and developing news tonight. officials still piecing
together what caused 2 gunmen, hundreds of miles apart to go on separate shooting rampage is over the weekend communities in el paso texas and in dayton ohio. they are mourning the victims had lawmakers are facing new calls for action on gun reform camila bernal has the latest from el paso texas. >>this community has been showing us that they're strong and they're resilient but it is also so important to point out the fear and motions that are being. it's hard to see a grown man sobbing trying to. and that is being investigated as it targeted shooting. >>2 communities, 1600 miles apart. wolf grieving the loss of more than 30 lives in mass shootings over the in el paso monday night people gathered for vigils 2 days after authorities say 21 year-old patrick crusius went on a
racially-motivated rampage. at least 22 people were killed. families of the victims struggling to understand. >>why i wish that i could tellin mine says why did you do at that. look how many people he roomed. >>some even finding forgiveness we forgive we honestly forgive him we pray for him. >>meanwhile authorities in dayton ohio are piecing together what led 24 year-old connor betts to kill 9 people, including his own sister in less than a minute. >>cousins did not deserve to lose their life to have children. hard working people. all he was doing was in joining night on the tail in the day. >>2 mass shootings in the span of 13 hours renewing calls for lawmakers to do something uniting would at times has been a partisan debate. there's a. >>perfectly good universal background. bill that has passed the house is simply waiting to be taken up in the senate we can certainly do more. >>i agree with the president.
we ought to institute more red flag laws. >>and president donald trump and first lady melania trump. already some democratic leaders from this area have rejected the invitation from the white house. the president, the democratic party of texas city an open letter to them. the mayor saying that he's going welcome. >>and as camila just reported for us the president is getting pushed back ahead of his visit as paso is a predominantly hispanic community. jd martinez from the el paso county democratic party spoke to cnn's anderson cooper about why they don't want him to visit. >>president since day one has continued to kill mexicans rapists hispanics predicts and he has continued this. you know even in the even in. and we heard him say at his rally
laughing about shooting. and that is no way a president any president address, not only has space. the dress the nation. it's tender said hehe r >>meantime the mayor of dayton is slamming president trump's rhetoric about mass shootings, but she says she will greet him during his visit tomorrow. >>he you know he's made this bed. he's got a lion and you yes, and you know his rhetoric has been painful for many in our community. i think that people should stand up and say they're not happy if they're not happy that it's coming. >>you know he's the president of the united states and as. >>as he has an official capacity is presidents. you a >>i will beat him. >>and we have continuing coverage of the mass shootings as the president is set to visit both dayton and el paso tomorrow. we alsc have the stories of the victims and
from the survivors on our website at kron 4 dot com. plus we have continuing coverage during the commercial breaks on our kron on news streaming app catherine. >>the go ship trial. it has not been in the hands of the jury for 3 days and defense attorneys they've been talking to kron four's haaziq madyun about why they say they prefer long deliberations. >>it is the 3rd day of deliberations for jurors hear the ghost ship trial in oakland co-defendants derick almena and max harris, each phase, 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter for the 36 people who lost their lives but the fire started in the warehouse during a music of it back on december second 2016 the jury is made up of 9 mid and 3 women. it is anyone's guess how long it will take for them to reach a decision i've said in the courtroom for just about every day of the trial and i wouldn't be surprised if it's an early verdict or if it takes several weeks. both defense team say from their perspective the longer it takes the better. >>that airspace is 39 years in prison if convicted, therefore
we're grateful for every minute as jury continues to deliberate. this case here we've got 40 to 50 witnesses we got all kinds of video evidence even the instructions are very complex so if they do the job that they have manifested already they did that is. >>going into particular items one by one asking a question of the court when they don't understand where there's an ambiguity certainly going to take 2 weeks for russian the defense world the longer it takes the better. >>the 3rd day of deliberations has it that with no verdict. jurors will be back at it again deliberating on monday for wednesday morning. >>at the alameda county superior courthouse in oakland haaziq kron 4 news. >>take a live look outside right now at the golden gate bridge and you can see the fog starting to push its way it's pushing its way and wake of her a little hot depending on where you were today our chief
meteorologist lawrence karnow standing by hi morning you guys you almost will fall today that me some nice weather for the bay area's have a lot of sunshine. >>at some patchy fog that fog is beginning to creep back on shore right now some changes ahead. maybe we start talking about a chance of some rain yeah, the clouds moving in along the coast late see there along the rim headlines, a looking gorgeous though the faa will kind of fill in overnight tonight, temperatures still in the 90's well inland in the car kurd of his 86 in or 60 degrees much cooler in the san francisco, 70 in oakland 80 degrees right now in san jose in 84 in santa rosa pot. we are we're expecting some changes to night the low clouds and fog will start to creep back on shore temperatures cooling down a very comfortable through about 08:00pm and then we're going to see more the fog thicken up probably some patchy drizzle into early tomorrow morning. that's where we'll start out morning clouds early on 50's and some 60's by the middle of the day up in the 60's even some 70's well in london, keeping you cool on the coastline in the afternoon. don't think we're getting a 90 tomorrow will
keep in the 80's in the warmest parts of the bay area much cooler weather on the way we talked about the chance of rain we'll have more on that a few minutes coming up. >>a fugitive millionaire accused of killing his wife. he's been caught in mexico and he's now back in california to face charges president trump blaming a mass shootings on mental illness will take a look at the reaction that claim after the break a startling claim about to pull play on many people get those bree doubles as a healthier option, but that may not be so healthy. and if you want to skip the commercials and get more news during the break you can make sure your streaming with us on kron on ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
new report is drawing major concerns about the containers that uphold the uses for their burrito bowls and salads. >>the new food economy says it found the fiber bulls are exposed to chemicals. that can lead to cancer. the study says the bulls are treated with p f a s also a called forever chemicals that helps bowls hold hot wet and greasy food, but the epa says those compounds. do not break down in the human body and they can accumulate over time. chemicals also seep into the soil as the bulls breakdown leading to talk safe compost people we spoke to a to put late today say this new report is concerning. >>i never thought that waiting. can actually give you
cancer has a certain chemical that lead to cancer. and to think twice about where i eat just by looking at something you can't tell what a nice can have contaminated or able to get you sick, you can just tell by looking at a plane guy. we don't have this kind plan i think i'll be eating up with anything before i know for sure that it's safe. >>to polli responded to the report saying in part quote we are committed to using safe and sustainable food packaging and only partner with suppliers who make food safety. a top priority. adding these suppliers operate under strict guidelines set forth by the e the fda rather. the state's biggest operator of recycling redemption centers has shut down and 750 employees have been laid off. p>>re planet they've closed al of their 284 recycling centers, including more than a dozen here in the bay area. the company's president says it stopped operating because of increased business costs and falling prices of recycled aluminum and plastic. now
people in the bay area are left with few options for redeeming their recyclables advocates are urging the state to reform how it subsidizes recycling centers. >>ready to get back to school could be an exciting time for families but for some it's a financial burden that students just can't overcome in contra costa county, a backpack drive is wrapping up and as kron four's felipe to go reports the effort to collect and phil. >>and distribute the backpacks will help more than 2000 students. >>as the summer winds down for students like 15 year-old romney thrives instead of wasting a few hours with his friends. he's in pleasant hill. volunteering for the nonprofit organization volunteer emergency services team in action or vesty a the aspiring police officer and his peers are filling backpacks with supplies that will eventually be distributed to low income students whose families already receive
social benefits from contra costa county, it's just a very good experience that in you know, makes me we just to know myself some of russia's fellow classmates at her chile's high school will benefit from the county's ready to learn backpack drive for 35 years now it's been an annual tradition for the county employment and human services department says program coordinator cindy smith foot may cost upwards of $700 per child to send the kid. >>to school, not only for backpacks and supplies clothing the county has been collecting new donated backpacks for about a month and next week will begin passing them out to families social workers have recommended could really use them i think there's a need everywhere in the regardless of where you happen to live a lot of people out here that need support many times i would have. >>classmates asking. get paper give a pencil death 10 psi things this cause may really help you know the supplies given out to kids who are in
need last year 1600 backpacks were filled and distributed volunteers are hoping to surpass that number this year. >>in pleasant hill fleet of all kron 4 news. >>developing news tonight, authorities captured a california multimillionaire is accused of murdering his wife. newport beach police they say that 54 year-old peter chadwick was taken into custody in mexico over the weekend you're-looking at his picture. he is accused of strangling his wife queen after an argument in 2012. the real estate investor posted one million in bail after his arrest and then disappeared after withdrawing millions from his bank accounts. >>investigation shows up your child was never intended to return from mexico. he had no intentions of coming back to orange county to face trial. her raise the 3 sons. >>the abandoned. >>and chadwick was on the us marshals most wanted list. he is charged with one count of felony murder. if convicted he faces 25 years to life. we're
going to take a live look outside from our sutro camera overlooking san francisco, somewhere in the clouds and who can we turn to to find out what's in the forecast all because a what do you why guys you know what i've seen little taste of fall coming our way i could kind of feel that with the warmer weather today. we've got a cold front coming. i that's early maybe a little rain where it's very early that's right in be unusual for to happen. but certainly we're going to watch very closely all week long so you got to stick around to check it out with us. throughout the week as well we've got that patchy fog out there right now you see that moving overhead that's pretty typical for this time of year. and of course we get in this time of year in september we start to see those nice offshore winds. we start clear skies and get some spectacular weather. but right now a couple things going on, but a little slow swirling off the coastline. that's going to factor weather later in the week you can see that the monsoon continuing to slide up in the california up out of the south to those lingering area now and
some patchy fog out along the coastline we're seeing that the coast now and that is going to be pushing on shore throughout the night. temperatures still warm in spots, 80 degrees and san jose out the right now 78 73 little breezy in the hay were so hot 92 degrees in concord 84 and below 75 degrees in petaluma 84. in san anselmo but here we go tonight you see some increasing clouds some areas of drizzle mainly along the coastline tomorrow morning clouds that sunny and noticeably cooler and the cooler temperatures rounding out the week with a chance of a couple of raindrops yeah show you how high pressure going to continue to weaken we got the systems off the coastline right here. this will be the main factor over the next 2 days. high pressure going we could slide further to the east the trough kind of deepens along the california coast that is going to help to cool down the temperatures but look at the long range forecast we're going to see that ridge continue to bring some of that monsoonal moisture over the sierra nevada and then little swirl off the coastline. look at the start to get organized and here comes friday night into saturday. bam there you go slight chance of showers
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an innocent bystander was shot twice, but is expected to be okay law enforcement swarmed the area the entire country is on high alert of course after the weekend's 2 mass shootings. deputies quickly alerted the public that this was not an active shooter scene. now however some local wal-mart employees say they're afraid to show up for work after 2 other shootings that wal-mart stores understandably and some of those employees are also protesting wal-mart's decision to continue to sell guns. >>our first sarah stinson report. >>we've learned the walmart employees across the country and specifically right here in the bay area are not going to work today. they're calling in sick, some because of their nerves. they're just terrified to go to work after 2 mass shootings at wal-marts across the country in just one week and then other people calling in sick, protesting because walmart continues to sell guns. they're one of the largest retailers of guns in the country so we have 2 different things going on.
>>definitely people feeling scared to go to work so especially since you know the the shooting in el paso happen and then as we know. there's also a shooting at a walmart about a week ago in mississippi where a disgruntled employee opened fire inside a wal-mart shooting and killing 2 employees about 60 people working inside when shots rang out. and there's this with the recent shooting in el paso bulls weighing heavy on walmart employees but also for customers going into a store or any public place where now we have to worry about something like this happening walmart has released a statement saying we're in shock over the tragic events in el paso. >>and we're praying for the community the victims and our associates the walmart has not said if they have any changes coming anything they plan to do to enhance security at each location, but as i said some people are actually calling out saying they're sick and sending the exact same format of letter to their employers
in the bay area walmart saying i am not coming to work because i'm standing up against the fact they are still selling these deadly weapons. the weapons that are have been used to target employees here wal-mart. again both in el paso but also in mississippi, so we'll have to continue to follow that. >>but definitely a we spoke with 1 one employee here at the union city wal-mart she told me that she is scared that she has to go to work just to provide for her family and so people having to go to work anyways but others are saying i'm not going to do it. for now i'm in union city i'll send it back to you. >>next up at 5.30 a search for yet another package thieves here in the bay area, the video police just released. and california is wildfire country. a company that says it can protect your home they might not have been telling the whole truth about that will explain. >>plus disturbing new details released in the garlic festival back to
our top story tonight at 5.30 the fbi has revealed that the gunman who killed 3 and wounded 12 others during the. >>gilroygarlicfestival had a completed list of targets. >>kron four's maureen kelly she turned to a former fbi agent to get some insight into. >>where that investigation could go from here. this guy had a lot of hate and former fbi agent turned private investigator rick smith
speaking about san t nol again tuesday morning it was revealed at a news conference that the 19 year-old killer. >>appeared to have an interest in competing violent ideologies. investigators still don't know yet if he settled on one ideology in particular, but they say they have uncovered a list of his potential targets. >>these organizations from across the country. religious institutions. political organizations from both major political parties. garlic festival. >>the fbi is not revealing to the other organizations on ohe shooter's possible hit list, but they are notifying them if you're a hard target. i think there's like a federal building fences. >>they're alre dy aware that their target. i think the fbi's talking about a responsibility not to notify soft target locations. uh huh were they wouldn't ordinarily be a field or a target. so they can take necessary precautions and you need use