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>> pam :tonight at 11 the zika virus. carried in the blood of mosquitos. is no longer a story about disease and birth defects in far-off tropical lands. tonight, the virus is here. in the bay area and other california communities. good evening. i'm pam moore. late today, health officials confirmed a case in san francisco, close behind a case in napa county announced earlier this week. we begin tonight with details from kron-4's jr-stone. >> j.r. :it is official as a san francisco resident has tested positive for the zepa virus which is a virus spread by mosquitoes --zika which has in
some cases been linked to babies born with a small heads in this case the person was infected when they traveled to central america and the person was not pregnant and they are said to currently be doing well and did not transmit the disease to the united states according to states san francisco is the second bay area counties to confirm a case this week and napa officials announced on wednesday that a pregnant woman has in fact tested positive for the virus. area doctors that i talk with said that if it comes to the virus is a learning process for everyone and they tell me that many of their patients have already changed vacation plans and try to stay clear of places in central and south america all because of the virus fears the cdc states that the symptoms include fever rash of joint pain and retinitis in total the cases have been
confirmed in five total california counties which includes san francisco snap,-- napa and san diego county >> pam : a vaccine to stop zika. google engineers are also working to develop a system that would track the spread of the virus. which has been linked to birth defects including abnormally small heads in newborns. the world health organization has declared the virus. a global health emergency. our coverage continues online on our website. there. we have more information on zika. including tips on how to avoid getting the virus. it's all at kron-4-dot-com. the other big story tonight. the santa clara county jail on lockdown for hours today. after an inmate brawl that was caught on surveillance cameras. kron 4's scott rates was on scene, to report on the new
camera's just bought and installed by the sheriff. when the fight broke out. here is video released from inside the jail. you can see several inmates fighting and guards rushing- in to break up the brawl. the fight happened one day after sheriff laurie smith took matters into her own hands. to buy the jail cameras herself, because she says, the state would take too long to install them. >>:we need cameras now and today is a good example of why we need cameras as we just had a major fight in the area where we put cameras and we had none before the was a major fight between about 30 inmates >> pam :smith says, she spent about 900 - dollars on the jail cameras. a senior wrestler in a south bay high school. is speaking out tonight, after he contracted a form of herpes during his last wrestling match. sunnyvale's blake flovin says, he started breaking out in what looked like a rash. and in just two days he had red lesions spread across his forehead and face.
after being misdiagnosed by more than three doctors, it was determined he had the highly contagious herpes gladiatorum. also known as mat herpes. now flovin and his father are worried about the upcoming match. >>:i want it postponed and shut down because it can definitely happen in a week or two but you just need the initial time to go by so you can tell if it is contagious or you can tell if more people have it >> pam :the school has not said what it plans to do about an upcoming state match in bakersfield this weekend. but blake and his father hope they can stop the preventable spread of the herpes before anyone else is infected. a nanny. arrested for alleged child abuse on a 13-month -old baby. and a camera in the livermore home was rolling at the time. this is the nanny. 20 year old moriah gonzalez. the parent's camera was hidden in the baby's room. police say, the video. taken last month. shows gonzalez
silencing the crying baby by putting her hand over his mouth. police say, the video shows the 13-month old going limp twice before the nanny puts the child in a crib. and walks away. gonzales was located through a popular online site, called - care-dot-com. she was arrested for felony child abuse. and is now out on bail. she is due in court tomorrow morning. care- dot- com released this statement. quote - " we are deeply troubled by this incident. and our thoughts are with the family. the safety of our community is of paramount importance to us. and we have proactivly contacted local law enforcement. to provide whatever assistance we can in this matter." rain starts rolling back into the bay area overnight. our meterologist brittany shipp tells us what to expect for the morning commute and the weekend. >> brittney : as we head into tomorrow we will see a few scattered showers and that will continue on and off throughout the day very similar to what we
saw today big storm will take awhile for us to see it as it will happen on saturday night into sunday morning is look at the satellite radar shot as you can see it is moving through here earlier and pushed off into the east this is going to be the next system that is going to push that moisture bringing up another round of moisture-- showers as we head into tomorrow scattered showers on and off in the morning hours and you will find a few wet roads out their here's a closer look at your feet and seven day forecast later on --3 and 7 >> pam :closing the doors. contra costa county will soon loose a valuable homeless program. because the founder of the organization says, there is
a lack of funding. and, as kron four's philippe djegal reports. some in law enforcement say, this move may have a negative affect on crime. >> : so, here's a few bottles of water. >> phillipe :under bridges, in ditches and along canals. over the years, we've traveled with doug stewart around the east bay, watching him help countless homeless people along the way. >> : it is rough out here, it's not easy. >> phillipe : but it appears, while doug was helping the needy, he and the organization he founded more than 12 years ago. contra costa homeless outreach -- also needed a helping hand. >> : as far as me working with county homeless programs, i think i've had enough. i feel let down by county homeless programs, to be honest with you. >> phillipe :doug says as private donations have dried up. so have many of the grants the organization used to depend on. for more than a decade, he and two other full-time staffers, have spent six nights a week stopping by homeless encampments, providing food, water and shelter. but at this point, doug says he just can't do it anymore. >> : if i had to guesstimate
what i've put into it as far as cash monetary, it would probably be around 50, 60 thousand dollars over the years. >> phillipe :now, as doug and his family prepare to move to arizona, he worries about the men and women on the streets he's leaving behind. >> : the streets of contra costa county became apart of me and i'm gonna miss it for sure. >> phillipe :the police chief in martinez says he's not sure if crime will go up, but that the homeless community will certainly have less options to get help. a notion tough for doug to take. sot- sot- "i definitely think we'll have more of the small crimes, more camping. things of that nature, but time will tell." >> phillipe :doug says the program's final day will be july first. in contra costa county, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> pam :still ahead. a string of burglaries rattles the nerves of residents in an east bay community. what police are saying tonight. bart is planning a perks program to try and stem overcrowding on the trains. we'll tell you how it works. reaction from soccer coaches and parents. to brandy chastain's
resident of the affected area. jeffdozens of burglaries or attempted burglaries all taking place around the 4100 block of dyer streeta street with a lot of multi family homesa busy street with a quick escape route. union city police confirm at least a dozen of these incidents have taken place in the last two weeks. >> lt. doug calcagno: it's either caused by people who are looking for drugs that are down on their luck and trying to take advantage of their neighbors and the publicit's really a crime of opportunity. most burglars don't want a confrontation. sherry hernandez says her neighbor's home was broken into just last week. >> sherry hernandez : they came in the house right next doorthey came in the house and went upstairs but she scared them so they just left and jumped the fence in the back yard so i don't know. >> jeff :police say burglars usually work in teamsone knocks on the door to see if anyone is home and the other one goes in from the backif you see something out of place the police say it's a good idea to call them so they can check it out. i'm jeff bush in union city, kron four news.
>> pam :the war of words in the republican presential contest raged on in detroit tonight. with ted cruz and marco rubio attacking donald trump. and he hit back. >>:this campaign for the last year trump has mocked everybody >>:this guy here has gone after me the whole time >>:you asked him about the economy and the first thing he does is launched into the back-- attack >> pam :but the headline from tonight's debate. is cruz, rubio and john kasich. all saying. they will support trump if he becomes the republican nominee. trump's day began on a contentious note, when the republican who lost to president obama. called a news conference to denounce trumps' candidacy. in 2008, mitt romney, ran for office as a successful businessman. today he mocked trump's claim, that he is one too.
>> : but you say wait wait wait. isn't he a huge business success? doesn't he know what he's talking about? no, he isn't. and no, he doesn't. >> pam :romney went further, saying he is not only a bad businessman but a bad person. >> : donald trump is a phony, a fraud. his promises are as worthless as a degree from trump university. >> pam :he said trump's nomination would be disastrous for the repucan party and disastrous for the entire country. >> : his domestic policies would lead to recession. his foreign policies would make america and the world less safe. he has neither the temperament nor the judgment to be president. >> pam :four years ago, romney praised trump. today he said the billionaire's boorish behavior repels him and predicted trump's response. >> : will he talk about our
policy differences or will he attack me with every imaginable low road insult? this may tell you what you need to know about his temperament, his stability, and his suitability to be president. >> pam :in that way trump did not disappoint. just hours later making this reference. >> : he was begging for my endorsement. i could've said mitt drop to your knees, he would've dropped to his knees. he was begging. >> brittney : as we head into the rest of tonight we will track a few overnight showers mainly starting after midnight and then heading into tomorrow the showers will linger into your morning we will track windy conditions and heavy rain and also another round of heavy snow for the sierra satellite radar here shows the scattered showers we are seeing a lot of moisture moving in and over the next couple of days it will continue to have a chance of showers and more heavy rainfall here is a closer look of when we will start to see those heavy showers
-scad-0 showers--scattered showers it will not be until saturday night that we will see heavy rain make sure that you are careful driving around on saturday night and as we head into sunday afternoon will see another round of light rainfall and isolated thunderstorms expected so going back over our weekend rain heavy rain inspected to come in on saturday--is expected to also urban flooding and wind advisory we have to end half inches as a possibility for the north bay and the inch and a half in the east bay we're going to stay on the more
conservative style with free to for now stick with kron 4 news and we will give you updates lives winter storm watch and a flash flood advisories will come in the sierra and we can see six to 12 in. of snowfall for elevations at 6000 to 7,000 ft. here is your seven day forecast you'll notice a chance of showers almost every day for the next week >> pam :some better news on the drought. out of northern california. the state's second largest reservoir has risen more than 30-feet in the last month lake oroville is now 50- percent of capacity. officials now say, downstream farms and cities will likely get 30- percent of the water they are asking for this year. that's double the previous estimate. however. this weeks snowpack survey points to the fact that california is still struggling with drought conditions are sports director gary --our
has good news about the warriors >> gary :the warriors make history again. jaylen brown only 5 points for the cal star freshman who fouled out late in the game cal blew an 8-point lead in th final 2 minutes. oklahoma city had a slight lead going into the fourth quarter and then the warriors broke it open a terrible shooting night getsws it back thompson had 21 how about curry, 12-25 35 points
curry for president sign on display 44 straight regular season games 55-5 they are still on pace to set an all time season win record they are next up in la against the lakers on sunday night college basketball time with cal vs az despite having a nice lead late gabe york arizona took the lead nope,cal blows the lead gabe york the catch and shoot 3- pointer 62-61 arizona wallace tries to take the lead back with the spin in the lane but it's off final: 64-61 arizona
cal's 7-game win streak snapped lindsay gottlieb 1st round of the pac-12 tournament overtime mikayla cowling with the nice step back jumper she scored 12 9 of them late 4th quarter on final: 66-63 cal the bears move on to play arizona state tomorrow sharkies in vancouver. 1st period sven baertschi scored for the canucks 2-0 vancouver 3rd period/ 2-2 tie patrick marleau puts the sharks ahead to stay 3-2 sharks final: 3-2 sharks 3rd straight win remain 4 points back in the pacific division the a's spring training opener against mike trout and the angels
trout already looks in mid- season form he had 3 hits including this rbi single former giants frmhand eric surcamp started for the a's and gave up 4 hits and an earned run in 2 innings final: 8-2 angels the giants lost 8-7 to the brewers as jake peavy gave up 6 runs on 9 hits in an inning and a third >> pam :bart has been breaking ridership records. now the agency has come up with a plan to try and get riders to travel off- peak hours. we'll fill you in. next. in. next. i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually belongs on the table.
>> pam :bart has created a new incentive program. hoping to help the problem of overcrowded trains during commute hours. it is called - "perks". and bart riders can expect to see it begin some time in march. >>:people have mixed reactions about their new program called " perks'" >>:if i did use bart to go to work and back i would but >>:as long as they're making money then that's ok >>:they will probably not give enough of an incentive to make people come in our earlier or later >> pam :we will be right back nissan leaf...
push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually belongs on the table. >> civil war. >> donald trump is a phony, a fraud, a con man. >> and what trump's ex-wife is saying about the presidential race. >> how do you feel about possibly being the first ex- wife. >> and manhunt for a gang that made off with arsenal. >> that's