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i think we would like to know as citizens if we are being watched, even if it is not being recorded. specifically talking about the muslim community, i think there is a concern that this surveilance technology could be used for survelience on the muslim community. the idea of the dronesi understand they are not armed but the idea of surveilance drones right away makes people fearful. san jose police say there is no specific timeline to put the drone into operation and a
licence from the faa still needs to be obtained. it will be up to the chief and other city leaders to determine when the drone will be operational and in use. i'm jeff bush in san jose, kron four news. >>pam moore the american civil liberties union is also expressing concern. the group says. local surveilance is expanding. with little or no oversight. nor public debate. the a-c-l-u released a report -- saying, 90 california police launched new surveillance technologies. such as, license plate scanners and police body cameras. san francisco supervisor john avalos is leading an effort to require public debate, oversight and accountability. before police acquire surveillance technologies. coaches, family, friends and supporters. held a "peace rally" this evening. honoring richmond high school junior - rodney frazier. the teen gunned down in front of his home last week. hundreds of people came out to the richmond civic center --- showing their support by lighting candles and calling for an end to the violence. there have been recent several shootings involving young people. police say they believe a gang feud is involved. frazier was not in a gang. the teen's family is heartbroken. they say, fraizer
was good kid. police say the young basketball star's death. was a case of mistaken identity. no arrests have been made. the family of missing tech worker, dan ha. says, the body found in the bay on tuesday. is believed to be his. family members made the announcement today. they say, they do not believe the 26-year- old killed himself. the exact cause of his death is still unknown. the medical examiner is awaiting dental records to confirm the identity of the body. meantime. a memorial service for ha is scheduled for friday evening at saint.
matthew's lutheran church in san francisco's mission district. changes made at a dangerous intersection in south bay. why residents say, the adjustments are not enough. also -- touchdown in space. a milestone landing on a comet. what researchers are hoping to find. plus -- turkey trouble on the road. what happened to the frozen turkeys that spilled out on to the highway. and how kron four helped find a happy ending.
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kron 4 news, stepped in and was able to get them delivered to the alameda county community food bank instead. after they were driven to the food bank. the health inspectors checked the frozen birds. once they were tested to make sure they were still frozen and safe. workers unloaded the nine -pallets of turkeys. the executive director of the food bank says, the unexpected bounty came at the perfect time. "to good use" newspeak we're offended about this contribution coming in so ruin. the need is very high and we are serving one in five alameda county residents. since this will be put to good use. >>pam moore in the spirit of the season, the charity will share the unexpected haul. with its sister food bank. that serves contra costa and solano counties. still ahead. an antioch mother demanding that disney include a princess in its movies. which her daughter with down syndrome could better relate to. how she's turning her concern into action.
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from santa clara. where neighbors continue to fight for a solution. use the they're all different kinds of ways that they're hitting each other. they hate each other in the left turn lane going down monroe and also going down bentsen said there are many opportunities to hit someone. >>phillipe djegal these images are all too familiar to the dittmann's. two cars with three people involved in a crash outside the dittmann's home saturday afternoon on monroe street at benton. in september, the city responded to our initial report of the dangers of this intersection and met with the dittmann's. >>"rajeev, im the director of the department of public works." >>phillipe djegal at that time, the city trimmed some hedges to improve visibility at the intersection.
mystique previously the shrubs were overgrown so we tur >>phillipe djegal the dittmann's have also noticed the timing has been adjusted to give drivers more time to clear the intersection and avoid collisions. >>"there it says one second. okay, now here's the yellow light. its turning red. there its turning red. now, theyre both red. its just hal a second. you know, that's really not long enough." >>phillipe djegal the dittmann's say the best solution is to add additional left hand turn lanes on both benton and monroe -- a solution the city has in the past said is too expensive. newspeak mrthis is at least thd inuury accident at this intersection since late august. in this case, police say two people were treated at a hospital for minor injuries. investigators say it appears the accident was caused by a driver running a red light and not the design of the intersection. but david and regina dittmann
say it only a matter of time before someone dies here. >>"at some point, you wonder what responsibility does the city have to let this issue linger on." >>phillipe djegal in santa clara, philippe djegal, kron four news. nurses working at kaiser she's shy of reaching her goal of 70-thousand signatures. ott-dahl says disney has responded saying. the studio is committed to creating characters that are accessible and relatable to all children. the mother is planning to deliver the petition in person later this month at disney's headquarters in southern california. a european spacecraft is now
planted on the icy, dusty surface of a speeding comet. it landed with a bounce today after traveling 4 billion miles. but there were glitches. thrusters to push the lander onto the surface and harpoons to anchor it to the comet didn't deploy properly. it's not yet known if the failures will affect the lander's ability to remain on the comet. researchers hope the comet will reveal new information about the origin of the solar system or the start of life on to reject the beasties and heavy rain moving in even some moderate rainfall right now. you can see the rate approaching from offshore right now with the tail and coming through the bay area. it will continue into the
early-morning hours but should not impact the morning commute to. the village of less than to about 10:00 tomorrow morning. you see here the golden gate bridge. we should get less than a quarter of an inch of rain with his the few isolated showers tomorrow. future cast shows rain moving towards us . by 2:00 in the morning it will be fairly widespread rain for the bay area. it becomes more scattered towards the 5:00 area and will certainly impact the morning commute with a few scattered showers that will be more isolated. in the sierras the motive is
with just a slight chance of some showers in the weekend, >>pam moore in sports. the top-ranked stanford womens volleyball team tries to keep their perfect season going. . and 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick is asked about this instagram post. ghary has that story. and all the sports. next the holiday season is here,
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