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>> gary: >> reporter: reports of shots inside that mall. so far no injuries but police has not found the shelter. shooter >> reporter: least were called after hearing shots. they believe that it is one shelter.hooter. right >> reporter: now-suspect has not been found. >> i was outside the mall by the parking lot and i heard three shots being fired. all of sudden you heard people running out direc. >> reporter: police and swat teams are going store to
store to find thatshooter >> catherine: why state investigators are now under fire after a nursing home closes its doors, leaving patients behind. it's a report that will make your skin boil. >> catherine: and he talks with the patient advocate that is calling for a major overhaul of the system. >> they see that there is
not enough diapers or food and a janitor and assistant cook are trying to care for 14 residence and then they'd leave. they document all of that and they leave. that is astounding and unconscionable. they have failed completely in the role. >> reporter: finding 21 residents on site. insufficient food and no diapers or bedpans. the state document rep or official document and left. >> reporter: and stat 19 residents remained on site and one resident is missing
and does not show up until one week later. staff members are un able to search to locate medications to give during lunch hour. >> he died waiters who went there and a bass and and the bandit the residents should be fired. and that's what i'd like to see. and more than that and complete overhaul should be done to protect residents in this manner. dan kerman kron 4 news >> catherine: the family of a 13-year-old killed by a sonoma county deputy sets up a court date that could turn in to a heated legal battle. a day care worker accused of getting a little tipsy at
the children. police say 58- year-old anna lopez was taken into custody this morning at "child development center" on main avenue. she was booked into the santa clara county jail on endangerment. >> reporter:we're always tracking neighborhood crime.here's a kron-4 crime tracker on the peninsula. palo alto police are noticing a spike in vehicle burglaries. five break ins friday night and into saturday morning. they were all on el caminio real.from first one reported friday night around 9:15.last call came into police saturday morning around 8:30. >> reporter:people had their windows smashed.and items stolen from inside their vehicles. it happened from page mill road to vista ave. tracking crime, i'm grant lodes k4n. >> catherine: the new graton resort and casino is scheduled to open tomorrow morning in rohnert park. the 800 million dollar casino is one of the largest in california and is expected to draw thousands of visitors to sonoma county, possibly creating a traffic nightmare. kron 4's charles clifford has details >> reporter:the new graton resort and casino features 3,000 slot machines, 144 gaming tables, restaurants, and an event center. >> reporter:the resort will be open 24 hours a day and has a staff of more than 2 thousand people.
>> reporter:now, there's been a lot of concern that the new casino could bring heavy traffic to what is basically a very rural area. this is a google earth map looking north towards rohnert park. the casino is less than half a mile west of highway 101.. here... it's surrounded by fields and country roads. the nearest exit off the highway is nearby golf course drive. >> reporter:now, there have been estimates that thousands of people could visit the casino daily and the california highway patrol says they are ready to step in if traffic gets to heavy. >> reporter:graton resort and casino should be open for business early tuesday morning. in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> catherine: the 19 year old san francisco man shot by police >> catherine: earlier this month in the marina district district - will be back in courtpolice say rommel narvaez had fired at them. he was in court today and entered a not guilty plea. he's accused of setting up ausing a 'cash-for-i-phones' craigslist ad. his bail has been set at a million dollars.
seven bullets in his body. at the civil lawsuit filed today. says the shooting was not justified.challenges sonoma county deputies version of eve that spirit version of eve dance. events >> it was reckless. >> reporter: the family attorney, cited a private autopsy. which shows seven bullets hit lopez and the chest, back and hands. shall the boy did not point that his replica guns at the deputies. as they claim. and
that deputy gil house continued firing even after the first bullet went through and these heart, causing him to fall to the ground. even one bullet hit a neighbor's house. >> no regard for the public safety. >> reporter: the suit also says sonoma county sheriff's office does not properly trained or supervise its deputies. a witness told the lawyer it was clear to him the team was holding a plastic gun. >> how could you tell? the way holding its swinging at,
the way he was holding to the untrained a toy. >> >> reporter: ever since the october 22nd shooting protest rallies vigil's remain strong in lopez hometown of santa rosa. andy's father spoke directly to the people who are supporting the family during this difficult time. police protest peacefully. >> catherine: the man accused of murdering oakland resident sandra coke is the father of her teenaged daughter. that new information was
part of randy alana's preliminary hearing today in oakland. two relatives and a police officer testified that alana and coke dated 20-years ago, and then again last year when he was released from prison. coke's body was found last august in vacaville. more testimony is scheduled for tomorrow. >> catherine: police are looking for a man who robbed a walnut creek yogurt shop over the weekend. security cameras caught his photo. the robbery happened just before 6 saturday night at the tutti frutti yogurt shop off geary boulevard. the cashier was alone at the time. police say she did the right thing by not trying to be a >>the suspect is described as 5-foot-nine - with a medium build. >> catherine: coming up. >> catherine: what the city of san jose is planning on doing to deal with the wild pigs ruining a golf course and neighborhood. plus -- new details about the suspected gunman who opened fire at l- a-x. >> catherine: and a t-s-a officer who survived the shooting last week. speaks out! caught on camera -- a scary collision up in the air. what led up to the crash.a person on the plane tells us!
>> catherine: a plan is in the works to deal with those wild pigs plaguing a golf course and its neighbors in san jose. as rob fladeboe reports-- it begins with the city clearing the way for a professional to shoot the pigs. >> reporter:her lawn torn up by wild pigs no fewer than eight times in recent months, almaden valley resident vera hill says, yes indeed, it's about time something is done.
>> reporter:on tuesday, the san jose city council will consider what's called an 'urgency ordinance' that would allow a state- licenses trapper to captured and euthanize or she the pigs on site. ordinance proposed by councilman johnny khamis, whose lawn was also damaged by the pigs. >> the ones that are not afraid of humans are the ones that we are most concerned about >> reporter:if approved, the ordinance would grant a temporary exemption to a law against using firearms inside city city limits. the trapper's $100 per hour fee would likely be paid for by almaden country club, which applied for the permit. vera hill, who finds little humor i n the fake pig somebody dropped off recently, says it will
be money well spent. >> reporter:the exact time and location of the pig hunt is not yet know, there could be straps set right here on the golf course at night. but time is running out on the pigs. those who wanted a more humane solution are now hoping for rain which could keep the pigs from wandering down out of the hills in search of water. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> catherine: the driver of the car did stay at the scene and spoke with police. three days after the city started using cameras. it is not clear if it was a result of an illegal right turn.
>> catherine: the t-s-a officer shot and injured in that shooting spree at l-a-x last week is talking about what happened. another t-s-a agent was killed. the gunman is in critical condition and not able to talk to police. martha shade has the latest on his possible motive.. >> all i could think about was helping them. i may be injured but the concern is to take care of you. >> catherine: just before paul ciancia went on a shooting rampage at l-a-x-- there were apparent warning signs. a woman who says she knows the alleged gunman says police knocked on his door. >>they heard that paul was suicidal and they needed to do a welfare check on him. >> reporter:the day of the shooting ciancia sent text messages to his family in
new jersey saying he was unhappy. then he told them something bad would happen. that prompted a call to police-- but the police weren't able to react in time. they went to his apartment-- but ciancia was already at the airport. the woman says ciancia believed the t-s-a abused its authority and that was his motivation behind the shooting. >>this is one of the things that we will try to determine as part of the investigation. there have been some preliminary things that we are learning that have been reported. we have to have, get a full understanding of the person who we now have in custody to understand what his motives might have been. >> reporter:a note found on paul ciancia after police shot him said he wanted to, "instill fear into their traitorous minds." >> reporter:ciancia is in a los angeles hospital in critical condition unable to speak. he could face life in prison or the death penality. the shooting has prompted authorities to take a second look at airport security. >>part of that investigation will be a review of the security measures that were in place not only at lax but i think a review of the security arrangements that exist in other airports as well
>> reporter:those efforts are aimed at preventing another similar attack. >> reporter:i'm martha shade reporting. >> catherine: a major gay rights bill has cleared its first hurdle in the senate. it's a bill to prohibit workplace discrimination based on sexual identification and gender identity. the senate has now voted to move ahead on the legislation. it's expected the senate could pass it by the end of the week. however its prospects in the republican-led house are not as good. speaker john boehner argues >> catherine: it will lead to frivolous lawsuits and undercut job creation. >> catherine: grant? >> reporter:disturbing allegations of bullying rocks the n-f-l. miami dolphins has been suspended offensive lineman richie incognito.highlited here.with the tattoos. and today.we're getting a look at just how bad the alleged bullying was - prompting incognito's teammate.stanford's jonathan martin to voluntarily leave the dolphins last week.
>> reporter:we have a portion of a voice message incognito left for martin.martin is number 71. a warning here.the content is graphic and we're not using the worst of it. here's some of it.you can see it's racially charged and threatening. >> reporter:espn reports this was not an isolated incident.that incognito sent martin multiple messages and texts.- several times over many months - using the kind of disgusting language contianed you see here in this voice message. today the dolphins head coach said the team takes the allegations seriously. >> the in f l will conduct a review of the work place it will be comprehensive and objective spirit we will to it as a organization to give it our full cooperation. if this is not a safe atmosphere i will take whatever measures as necessary to make sure it
is. >> reporter:stanford's jonathan martin.a second year pro. is still away from the team. in the past, the 30-year old incognito has admitted to anger manaegment and issues.especially early in his career >> jacqueline: temperatures are expected to be chilly tonight with clear skies and cooler air in place it should be on around the forties. oakland, hayward and livermore. if frost of buys three has already been issued. i will tell you where, coming up all of that
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>> reporter:google is getting set to launch a new service that will be avaible on the web and mobile called helpouts https:/helpouts.google.com/w elcome, >> reporter:the basic idea is if you need help with something you can quickly get access to an expert to help you out through an online video chat. >> reporter:in a range of categories from home repair to personal training, helpout providers, will be vetted by a third decides how much to charge -- either free, per session, or per minute. the web site for helpouts is live, inviting people interested in becoming experts to sign up, though the service has yet to launch >> reporter:- twitter announced that it will be raising the price range for its public offering from $17-20 up to $23-25. that would allow twitter to raise around $1.75 billion and value the company around $14 billion, up from $10.9 billion. >> reporter:a british foodie has unveiled what might become the next big thing glow-in-the-dark ice cream. to create the glowing treat, inventor and entrepreneur charlie francis, synthesized the protein that gives jellyfish their glow. >> reporter:he is using calcium-activated proteins that react when they are
agitated, another way to put it it glows when you lick it, your tongue warms up the protein in the ice cream, raising its ph level and producing the glow a single scoop of this currently goes for 140 british pounds, or about $225. >> reporter:nintendo is shaking up the video game world they just unveiled a new console the wii mini. it will be just $100 and it comes with the most popular wii game mario cart. it's like the traditional wii but slimmed down and ready to sell. $100 that is a great deal. >> reporter:moving on >> reporter:siri, apple's voice assistant app for iphones and ipad got dissed on simpsons over the weekend >> reporter:simpsons >> reporter:ahh good stuff and lastly, google's new nexus 5 smart phone is a hit it just came out and is already sold out it will take 3-4 weeks now to get one if you ordered it online today >> reporter:the nexus 5 is the fastest it's the first phone to feature kit kat, their new mobile operating
system this is google's new flagship android phone gabe slate kron 4 news. >> reporter:if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e- >> catherine: only on 4 --- >> catherine: there are hundreds of people on the streets of san francisco wanted by law enforcement but there's one agency in the city which has a unit dedicated to finding them. it's this edition of people behaving badly
>> catherine: is this edition of people behaving badly (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter:it's early in the morning and these guys are scrolling through a book of photos but these are not just any photos and is this is not your ordinary bunch of guys from the s f sheriffs department >> reporter:daryel open the door sheriffs department, sheriffs department,sheriff department for the first time in the history of the san francisco sheriffs department they have permitted cameras unprecidented access to this elite unit simply know as the warrant services unit >>go >> reporter:the warrant services units looks for people who don't want to be found because most if not all of them know they are
wanted by the law >> reporter:you going to go to jail for being drunk in public >> reporter:i spent and entire day with the unit looking for people who have warrents some know they have warrents and some play innocent >> reporter:and some talk themselves into jail like this man 31 year old jeremy davis, leave >> reporter:he ignored repeated commands to leave the area so he was detained by deputies so they can check him out >>i'll put this with you got photo id on you yea where's it at its in my left pocket in my jacket right here im gonna check you idea alright all i had was an open container warrant you got warrents for open containers yes deputies ran a check and found out he had a something >> reporter: known as a super warrant for drinking in public, apparently if you rack up enough open containers tickets they add up jeremy had 10 so off to jail he
>> goes get that camera out my face >> reporter:the warrant services units also respond to many of the major police calls as back up in this case it was a report of an active shooter turned out to be a slingshotbut their main focus .the bay area most wanted >>so you didn wait for him i went and i waited i said ill be back before 5 and when i came back they said he left at like 4 >> reporter:in the next edition of people behaving badly we are going to take a closer some of the people who wer caught including this man who had a 125 thousand dollar arrest warrant >>i got paper work on me 9 and this woman who has something in her bag that was pretty dangerous >>are you serious night now in >> reporter: san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news >> catherine: police found one shell casing. in this case they believe is only one gunman. it will continue
to follow this and bring you any developments as soon as we get them. grant? take a closer look amazingly all 11 people on the plane survived uc the fiery crash that happened saturday at northwest michigan and lake superior. we will slow this video down and play again. the moment of impact right here. as one plane hit the other plane with a fireball explosion. nbc aired this exclusive deal tonight with the pilot and the plane as he scrambled to find and emergency parachute. it was damaged but not as nearly as
the other one. >> they leave. meanwhile, the jumpers on the truck plant are doing the same thing. definitely a reminder of the sport that we all love her and how dangerous it can be. unfortunately, a an airplane crash. you take what you can get. lucky this time. >> reporter: sort of professionals they all plan to jump again the target investigating what caused the crash. >> catherine: six months after she was freed from the ariel castro's home in cleveland. michelle knight is talking
about those 11 years in an exclusive interview with dr. phil mcgraw. you can see the whole interview tomorrow. right here on kron-4 at 4-pm. but here's a clip in which she describes a moment when castro trapped her in a room and tied her up. >>dp: so he gets you in this room, what did he tie you up with? >>m: uh-- one of those orange extension cords. >>dp: and he tied you where your hands were up high? >>m: i was tied up like a fish, an ornament on the wall. that's the only way i can describe it. >>dp: so. >>m: i was like this far from the floor hanging like this, my feet and i was tied by my neck and my arms with the extension cord going like that. >>dp: oh my god. so he tied your hands and feet and also around your neck? >>dp: and hung you?
>> reporter: when oprah says she was having the biggest yard sell whatever she meant it >> reporter:the queen of talk made a killing selling off her personal items over the weekend. here's a front seat at oprah's auction. hundreds of oprah's personal belongings from her many homes were up for grabs. everything from fine art to antiques. >> reporter:it's not like she really needed the money - all 600 thousand dollars raised - went to her favorite charity. >>"going once, going twice. sold at 6000 dollars." >> reporter:even best friend
gayle king was there to support. oprah auctioned off a few items including a 1985 color purple poster. she even signed it. >>"thank you so much. on behalf of my girls, thank you so much." >> reporter:"i support a school in south africa. i built a school and.not only did i build the school, i pay for the cost of running the school." >> reporter:in 2007 she founded the oprah winfrey leadership academy for disadvantaged girls in south africa. >> reporter:the idea was inspired by nelson mandela. to change the world. it starts with education. >>"i have 370 girls at the school. i have 74, 75 girls graduating every year. all of those girls go to college." >> reporter:all proceeds of the auction are donated to the foundation. but college tuition for 74 girls. can
even be much for oprah-- >>"anyone whose ever put one through college, you know what i'm talking about. you know why i'm selling the sofas." >> reporter:i'm vicki liviakis kron 4 news. >> catherine: a new celebrity has dethroned justin bieber as the most popular person on twitter. it's katy perry. >> catherine: she now has more followers than bieber - making her the number one followed tweeter. >> catherine: the 29-year- old has more than 46-million followers. but it's a close competition. bieber and perry are separated by only a few thousand followers.
>> reporter:a man is facing criminal charges after he's caught on camera. sparking a fire at a gas station that burned his wife. again -- this whole thing caught on surveillance tape., >> reporter:the video was taken last month in clarkesville, georgia. 37-year-old austin dawkins and his wife, jessica, are seen filling up his pickup truck. that's when police say dawkins flicked his cigarette lighter, igniting the gas vapors. >> reporter: nozzle out of the truck. flaming fuel shoots towards his wife. the state's insurance and safety fire commissioner says jessica suffered second- and third- degree burns to her head, back, arms and legs.
her husband is in jail facing a misdemeanor reckless conduct charge that could land him in jail for a year. >> jacqueline: chilly conditions and expected tonight. temperatures in conditions and expected ti love watching tves in outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
>> jacqueline: temperatures will take a tumble as a result. when our spending largely in a couple of numbers. livermore still in the '60s but it will be cold tonight. conditions will be in the 40's and even '30's with a frost advisory. so we will see a frosty wind chills in the north bay. a lot of forties tomorrow and the upper '30's with chilling in napa and 35 degrees. 41 for sunnyvale and daly city pity. >> jacqueline: upper 60s for
the east they shorelines and '60s also for the peninsula. 66 in san bruno and upper 50s at the coast and 70's for the north bay. the extended forecast, over the next few days for cooler into thursday. major cool cooling into the weekend with possible rain on monday. >> catherine: shaking up the leak races and pro football. gary has the highlights in all of the sport's next. farmers presents: fifteen seconds of smart. so you want to drive more safely?
(male announcer): now, the orchard supply sports report with gary radnich. >> gary:good evening, everyone! in recent years has been hit with a number of serious off the field problems tonight arguably the most distrubing. >> gary:icognito racists messages transcripts of voice mail messages and text messages left for the miami dolphins jonathan martin by teammate richie incognito show a pattern of racial epithets and derogatory terms toward martin referring to the female anatomy and sexual orientation. >> gary:listen to how nfl former players react! >> i believe he is a bully, racist and i just believe that is packaged all together.
>> we care about him all lots and bomb him to be all right. i want him to come back to work >> gary:martin left the team last week after a lunchroom incident. it is unknown whether and when he plans to return to the team. >> gary:as a result, incognito was suspended indefinitely by the dolphins. the miami herald reported today that the team plans to cut ties with him altogether. >> gary: this is just the tip of the iceberg. there will be more to come out in the next few days. hazing!
incognito would haze the younger players. >> gary:when asked to finance $15,000 trip is when he decided to come out with thi s this news. here is a transcript of just one voice message ingognito left martin earlier this year >> gary:"hey, wassup, you half n----- piece of s---. s--- in your f---ing mouth. slap your real mother across the face. f--- you, you're
still a rookie. i'll kill you." >> gary:houston texan coach gary kubiak who collasped walking halftime. >> gary:kubiak still hospitalized texans coach gary kubiak who collaped on the sideline during halftime of houston's loss to indianapolis last night will remain hospitalized for at least 24 more hours. >> gary:the team said that he experienced "dizziness and a light-headed feeling," before being taken by ambulance to the hospital, but did not say what caused the problem. the texans also said kubiak is alert, coherent, in good spirits and continuing to be evaluated and monitored >> gary:one time his ability earned 16 million dollars a year from the raiders. >> gary:the buffalo bills have released former raider quarterback matt flynn today after three weeks and only two passes thrown for the bills. flynn was signed as a free agent by the raiders but lost his job to terrelle pryor after a subpar preseason he still took home $6.5 million after starting only one game previous to the raiders flynn signed a big deal in seattle and left with $10 million after not starting
at all >> gary:tony larussa and billy martin are among the 12 finalists for the major league baseball hall of fame >> gary:the report is now, broken collered bone. >> gary: warriors look great! first eight years in philadelphia. now he is what the warriors. returning home with 32. he was break he was
great! curry a three pointer.warrioers 3-1 >> gary:red sox shave beards for charity >> gary: shane victorino and world series mvp david ortiz of the boston red sox were shaved at gillette headquarters for charity today. they were joined by a fenway park bellpen cop who shaved his head and a red sox fan who was chosen via social media gillette donated 100 thousand dollars to the one fund a charity that benefits the victims of the boston bombings. >> gary: that's it for the kron 4 news at 8. >> catherine: stay connected with kron 4 and get latest news developments at
sexually based offenses are considered especially heinous. in new york city, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the special victims unit. these are their stories. my wife didn't turn the alarm on again. man: ah, i never turn mine on when i'm home. ( laughing ): wow. my entire apartment would fit in here. original detail, huge fireplace... i have two more of those-- one in the den, one in the master bedroom. you should turn this place into your restaurant. can't be more elegant. well, you know, that's all jessie. she's got the sense of style. she's got an eye. jess? maybe she's out. no, she had no plans to... ( moaning ) jessica?