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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> reporter: now has five. >> reporter: a body found on the campus sonoma state
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university. on police say campus employee discovered the body in a shallow grave. >> grant: good evening i am grant lotus. and i.m. vivki liviakis >> vicki: investigators are still try to identify the body. kron4 dan carmen is following this story for us tonight and he joins us live at the same. >> reporter:-- live at the scene. >> reporter: all day long crime scene investigators have been collecting evidence in a wooded area on the edge of the sonoma state campus. there, a body was
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discovered on wednesday afternoon, but a landscaper clearing brush. >> reporter: by late afternoon, the body, which appeared to be fully closed and was face down, had been under, and all restate its a man, though they could not say how old the body or person is. >> reporter: anthony stop by the crime scene because a brand of his sons has been missing from nearby for two weeks. >> i am more scared. >> grant: now to explore we are following all of these baker it a homicide case. oakland police to be port of oakland. the fbi was on the scene as well. as kron4 haazig my new shows you.
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there was a lot of heavy equipment being used to dig out potential evidence in this case. >> reporter: you to and we do not seek a trap for front end loader inside of an oakland police crime scene. but that was the case thursday here on seventh street near the port oakland. >> we are crawling investigating a homicide case that occurred in 2004. >> reporter: as for exactly what oakland police are looking for that requires digging under the ground? >> we are looking for evidence that will lead us to that text next step that would bring closer to the investigation and will bring closure to a family and our community. >> reporter: here is another unusual sight. the fbi is here lady in hand with the investigation. >> the fbi is here
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supporting the district attorney's office with our evidence response teams, it is not done, to help our local sources, if we can help we will do that. >> reporter: neither the old p e d nor the fbi i would say what type of evidence they are looking for. sources confirm to kron4 news that what you see happening here is connected to a 12 year-old oakland missing person case. in which investigators recently received a hot tip leading them to this location. >> we never stop, we never close the case and we always remain hopeful that we can go to the next best to give lead and that is what we are to win here. >> reporter: and they have been doing it since 9:00 a.m.. >> and we will be here until we are finished. >> reporter: in oakland, haazig madyun, kron4 news.
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>> grant: in any in the east bay has been all arrested and charged with felony child abuse. the 44 year-old immigrant harass was taken into custody in berkeley after the appearance of a six month old boy reported the abuse. >> reporter:-- reported the abuse. >> vicki: the town has been examined at a hospital but did not have any apparent injuries. working as a nanny for numerous families over the past years she was charged with one misdemeanor and one felony count of child abuse. >> reporter: big news of the south bay. a man accused in beating death of an 88 year- old woman in her own san jose home here it has been
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charged with murder. back in september, police this 19 year old zachary queue when he broke into the home of mr. douglas and procter and this savagely beat her. >> reporter: the victim was left with injuries that hospitalized for four a month and even as we kilter. a single print found at the crime scene let deputies to this person who is being held without bail. prosecutors say ms. outflow was a beloved member of the committee if convicted the person faces life in prison. >> reporter: as suspects in custody in connection with last summer's murder of a popular foothill college professor. kron4 rob fladeboe has been following this story and brings us up- to-date now live from san jose. rob?
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>> reporter: this is a mug shot of 28 year-old legacy is charged with one count of murder in connection with the rory and shooting death of facebook hill college economics professor. who was gunned down july 28th net first and will street near downtown san jose. in a statement, foothill college says this murder is still being felt by his colleagues, like south more davis. >> reporter: please confirm that the rest of louis was helped in part with tips generated by this surveillance video, which kron4 first appeared in september heard they believe are last is the man in the video. police said he brought this person as he sat in his car and bad then he chased him who allegedly shot and killed him. the increase broker at 31 year- old--during a brief
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struggle 31 year-old david moglen, was also and as far and rap artist to clearly made an impression on those who knew him. >> reporter: police say this mud shut off him is the person that is charged with the count of murder. 3 >> grant: tonight. in the development and the controversy several swirling all around the millennium tower in san francisco with a high-rise condo complex is seeking and tell sigrid even though it was as recently built. >> grant: investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a massive fire in oakland. still ahead on
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kron4 news. >> vicki: what a federal agency is being asked to help with this investigation plus a police in south carolina-debt settlement california are looking for a gunman who shot at school bus. the tilt ahead. --details ahead! ahead. --details ahead! the mae gave her top executive managed aa huge pay raiseet, and a lavish car allowance, run up a deficit, then cut jos for local teenagers, and cut after-school program. no wonder tchronicle called mae torlakson "flat-out unprepared" for the assembly. they endorse tim grayson. as mayor of concord, grayson balanced the budget every yer while doing more for kids.
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tim grayson for assembly. man: in cities big and small, newspapers all over say it's time. woman: time to legalize and regulate marijuana in california. man: time to "vote yes on prop 64." woman: it's "better for public health, for law and order and for society." man: "it makes sense to regulate and tax" marijuana. woman: "prop 64 would bring discipline and oversight." man: "prop 64 is the first step toward a rational drug policy." woman: "it's time for a new approach."
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man: vote yes on 64.
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>> vicki: the alleged sexual assault of the 15 year-old boy with down's syndrome and a bart station saturday night still hard to unimagined. >> grant: and, as kron4 fleet the zsa reports a bay area advocate for people valley developmental disabilities say that population is targeted by creditors had as far too often. >> in happens more often
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than you think. i am outraged >> it really has to stop. >> reporter: special needs children and adult victims of a sexual assault not an aberration. >> orders look for easy marks. --predecessors look for easy marks. --predators >> reporter: see zero of-- ceo of parca 8 burlington nonprofit that provide support services to people with developmental disabilities. and, she is referring to a 15 year old boys and counter saturday night at the pittsburgh they claim bart station. nepali
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state a 38 year old man about the boy into the bathroom, locked the door behind and sexually assaulted him. a boy with down's syndrome. the center for disease control and prevent this is all about 15 percent of children ages 3 to 17 had at least one developmental disabilities. and, says the percentage of them who are sexually assaulted is much higher. >> between 40 and 60 percent have had some kind of sexual assault and they do think that is under reported, so he could be even higher. i mean, that is kind of an astonishing number in itself. >> reporter: often people with developmental disabilities are reluctant to report an assault, especially boys. in this recent case at bart, police said the boy's mother was waiting outside the bathroom at initially called police when she heard what happened. the male was are arrested. but it will
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benefit from mental health counseling. but thinking the bigger picture she sitzkrieg task force made up law- enforcement and mental health experts who could respond to these cases like this will raise awareness. >> there has to be at community outcry, that this is--in has to become a cultural--culture that this is not acceptable behavior anymore, for anybody, whether people are developmentally disabled or not. >> vicki: yesterday in that but a local chefs and restaurant owner was are arrested on suspicion of d.u.i. and possession of a controlled substance. reports say a chp officer pulled over the popular food network show up wednesday afternoon. posting a $5,000 bill shortly after and released a statement. he
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says, although and there is he plans to vigorously to gaullist this misdemeanor charge against them. -- misdemeanor charge against him. >> reporter: in that case to of his former service accused of sexual harassment and his attorneys would not comment on the matter. >> grant: the california department of fish and wildlife has declared no.-- november fit the beginning of grass season. commercial trapping season is set to start november 15th. you might remember last year. the grass season was delayed for months by elevated levels of acid. those asset levels have lower to accept the will help levels and of officials believe the local craft will be served on many
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tables this thanksgiving. >> vicki: almost a million people in the east bay to wake up to tap water that taste and smell funky. customers buy the east bay- appoint utility district living west of the oakland- berkeley hills from crockett to sell leandro will temporarily have their water rebounded. starting tomorrow, about a hundred thousand residents will receive water from these they read of what instead of directly from the sierra foothills. >> vicki: district officials say there may be at slightly no ysabel difference but they insist the water is safe to drink and the six months change will allow for a $22 million project to modernize the district's largest water treatment plant in orlando. --orinda >> grant: to alameda county
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sheriff's deputies are being recognized for going above and beyond. helping a teenager in need. >> vicki: and it started let a traffic stop in hayward. while talking to 17 year-old anthony the deputies learned he did not had a bit and was sleeping on the floor of his mother's home. so they decided to help. at the end of the deputy shift, they went to court and ask for donations to buy into need a bit, pillows and sheets. they showed up at his house and put a bid together for him. the deputies say and i told them he was a new fund- says he has been far is that four police officers.
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>> grant:officials now confirm two people were on board a single-engine plane that crashed last week in the hills near concord. a preliminary report by the n-t-s-b.said just the pilot was on board at the time. we now know a certified flight instructor was also killed in the crash. the victims' identities have not been released.
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>> grant:this was footage of the crash on october 25th.from our helicopter partners at a-b-c 7. the n-t-s-b report has not confirmed the cause of the incident.but said the plane suddenly started a steep decent about three minutes into flight. two buses collided in baltimore maryland. leaving what we are learning about one of the drivers involved in the crash. >> reporter: what do you bring to the oakland fire department does not have to speed up investigation? >> we do now have the manpower or the technology to be able to examine a seen this size. >> reporter: is there any thing that jumped out at this particular time? early on for experts.
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>> is not all the time that you see a fire alarm fire. so that is interesting. >> reporter: we've seen so many people with yourself bones out. obviously, this is a residential area are you having success with what is this? >> absolutely we have been out here talking to people. the community has been great and very welcoming. hopefully, we will be able to get through this scene as soon as possible. there is nothing that we are rolling out. it is just a part of our investigation that will take several days before we have an idea of what may have happened and we are looking for the origin of the fire. >>--there is nothing that we are ruling out.
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>> vicki: still had two buses collided and baltimore maryland leading what we are learning about one of the drivers involved in the crash. >> grant:wells fargo legals troubles--- are getting even messier. they prey on our children, spending billions. addicting 17,000 california kids each year. eventually killing one-third of them. now tobacco companies are spending millions to...
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defeat prop 56. because in every state that's raised tobacco taxes, smoking rates go down. so who are you going to trust? pediatricians, cancer groups and the califronia pta who all... support prop 56. or the tobacco companies trying to kill it. vote yes on 56.
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>>"five more days to decide the future of this country that we love. presidential nominee.five days away from the change you've been waiting for your entire life. >> vicki:pressure mounts on swing state voters as polls show the race growing tighter by the hour. five days to go and no one is talking about a hillary clinton landslide any more. >> grant: no, sire! >> grant:catherine heenan is here with the day's rapidly changing story from the battleground states. >> catherine:let's start with florida. a state trump has to win for a chance at the white house the latest poll shows hillary clinton back in the
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lead. and maybe even more important, most of the votes are already in. >>"make no mistake, florida, all the progress we made goes out the window if we don't win this election.." >> catherine:the president in miami warning of the dangers of a win by donald trump. trump in jacksonvillle warning of the consequences of a clinton victory. >>presidential nominee a high ranking government official has been caught selling her public office, threatening national security, and engaging in a massive criminal cover up. if she were to win it would create unprecedented constitutional crisis. >> reporter: >> catherine:today's abc washington post latest tracking poll shows clinton edging slightly ahead, but still within the margin of error. the new york times now gives trump a fourteen percent chance of winning. up from seven percent last week. >> catherine:today he unleashed a new ad, linking clinton to anthony weiner. >> catherine:this afternoon north carolina took its turn with clinton and trump lobbing verbal attacks at tarheel audiences.
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>>if donald trump wins this election we would have a commander in chief who is completely out of his depth. >>presidential nominee she always talks about me. see what i have is a winning temperament. i have a winning temperament. hillary is an unstable person. >> catherine:in pennsylvania, melania trump delivered her first campaign speech since the republican national convention. >>melania trump / donald trump's wife: this man i with your help and god's grace, will make america great again. >> catherine:on monday night the obamas will join hillary clinton, her husband, and daughter chelsea in philadelphia -- for a wind- up of the democratic campaign. >> catherine: grant? >> grant:thank you, catherine. >> vicki: >> grant:and don't forget.
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kron four has you covered on election day. our coverage begins with kron 4 morning news at 4 a- m. then starting at 5 tuesday night. we will bring you results as they come in from across the country. >> grant:and we will bring you live coverage starting at 8 as the votes are counted in california. you can also tune in to kron four dot com-- for more as we will also be facebooking live the election results. >> catherine: >> vicki:a big story were following tonight.the tragic killing of two iowa police officers.a man is now being charged with two counts of first degree murder 46-year old scott michael greene was taken into custody following the shooting deaths of the officers from des moines and urbandale. >> vicki:the urbandale officer has been identified as 24-year old justin martin.only a year into his career with the department. the des moines officer identified as 38-year old sergeant anthony beminio.who has been an officer with the department since 2005. both officers were ambushed in separate incidents as they were sitting in their patrol cars early wednesday morning about two miles apart from each other. "nobody deserved this. tony
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and justin did not deserve this, the des moines police dept. and the urbandale police dept. did not deserve this, the communities that we protect and represent did not deserve this, but most importantly, there are two families that have been torn apart, and they certainly did not deserve this." >> catherine: >> vicki:police say they appreciate the outpour of support they have received from the community. they also say they have found greene's car and the suspected gun used in the attacks. our hearts go out to the familie's and departments in iowa in this heartbreaking time. >> vicki: grant? >> grant:the maryland motor vehicle administration says the driver of a baltimore school bus involved in a deadly crashshould'nt have been67-year-old glenn chappell's medical certification expired this summerand the administration didn't receive an updated oneas required by federal law. police say chappell was no longer authorized to operatechappell died tuesday, along with five others after the school bus he was driving. collided with a maryland transit adminstration bus. police haven't confirmed what caused the crash.
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>> grant:police in los angeles are on the hunt for the gunman who fired at a school bus earlier this morning. no students were on board at the time.when a bullet broke through the front windshield. the driver also was missed and walked away unhurt. >> grant:this all happened in the southern part of the city. a preliminary investigation has revealed a gunshot was fired at a nearby altercation.and that was the bullet that hit the bus. no arrests have been made at this time. >> vicki:a judge has decided to keep bail at two-million- dollars for a man accused in a deadly crash on a san diego bridge last month. 24-year-old richard sepolio drove his truck off a transition ramp to the san diego-coronado bay bridge in mid-october. the truck fell 60 feet and crashed into a crowd in chicano park. killing four people. >> vicki:prosecutors say sepolio was drunk. but his attorney says he was not drunk -- that another car forced him over the concrete wall. sepolio is an aviation
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electronics technician for the u-s navy. >> vicki:his attorney argued sepolio should be released to navy custody and confined on base, so he can undergo surgery for his injuries. the judge disagreed. return >> grant:still ahead. the drought is finally over in chicago. as the chicago cubs have won its first world series title in 108 *years. >> vicki:how the city is celebrating today. and next. and a new study lists both the best and worst airports in north america. a bay airport gets a big mention -- but on which list? >> grant:on wall street--- stocks are down for an eighth consecutive day. marking its longest losing streak since the depths of the 2008 financial crisis. the dow dropped 29 points. the nasdaq--- fell 47 points. and the s&p. lost 9.
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>> grant: just a gorgeous day today. neurologist-- meterologist, brittney shipp is here with us. >> vicki: gorgeous! >> diane: you can just see beautiful conditions. and the east bay. near sent to cisco as well. satellite radar is showing us a few clouds and parts of san
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francisco that is a big difference between yesterday and today. and, one thing that we are tracking going into the weekend with the clouds moving in. sunday, a chance of a few scattered showers with a system that we will continue to track to the north of us. >> reporter: our car--68 degrees and palo look, mid- 70's was petaluma at 75 tomorrow. 70 is the height to marleau and sap francisco and 71 degrees and livermore. 68 in petaluma >> grant: thank you, brittney! >> grant:wells fargo's legal
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mess just took a turn for the worse. the bank is now under investigation by the powerful securities and exchange commission. the s-e-c has joined other government agencies probing wells fargo for issues related to more than 2- million fake accounts.and it's mortgage tactics. >> grant:wells fargo just learned of this new investigation today.and in a short statement said their sales practices were under review.the s-e-c has recently looked into the bank before.after employees felt they were being retaliated against for reporting collegues who opened fake accounts to meet salesquaotas. >> vicki:a new survey is out -- rating the best and worst airports in north america. and all the voting was done by travelers. >> grant:catherine heenan is here.with how a bay area airport made one of those lists. >> catherine: i was going to
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ask if you were curious? >> grant: i am. >> vicki: >> catherine:happy to tell you that s-f-o is number 8 on the list of "best" airports in north america. the survey asks travelers to consider things like comfort, food options and cleanliness. it was done by the popular travel site "sleeping-in- airports". people mentioned things like the fact s-f-o was one of the first to introduce amenities like a yoga studio. >> catherine:they also liked the reading room and museum. one voter said "it's very busy but spacious and relatively clean". another california airport gets a mention -- but on the "worst" list. l-a-x is number five on the list of airports people hate. >> catherine:it's had some recent upgrades but one person said it's like "putting lipstick on a pig." the worst list including complaints about cleanliness and not enough good seating.the number one airport on the worst list is laguardia.and the best of the best -- vancouver's airport. return
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>> grant:still ahead. in what could be considered one of the most anticipated games of the n-b-a season. the golden state warriors facing off tonight-- against the oklahoma city thunder. it's the first reunion between kevin durant and his former teammates.
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remember this guy? he's the drug company big shot who raised the price of a lifesaving pill by five thousand percent. said he wished he'd raised it more. prop sixty-one targets drug company price-gouging to save lives. the drug price relief act will save californians nearly a billion dollars a year. join the california nurses association and aarp and vote yes on sixty-one. the drug giants won't like it. and he'll hate it.
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>> vicki:the job market in the bay area has been growing over the past few years. and that has lead to a big problem. steve aveson is in the newsroom with what is coming up on kron 4 news at six. >> reporter:vicki. it sounds like a good problem to have. san francisco, santa clara and san mateo counties added 65 thousand jobs last year. unemployement in san mateo county, is at 3.1 percent. well below the state and nationwide averages. >> reporter:but with all those new jobs and people. there is a massive shortage in housing.tonight we'll look at just how bad the problem is. and what needs to be done to keep up with the demand. we will have that story and much more on kron 4 news at six. >> reporter:vicki now back to you.
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>> grant:some must-see tv happening tonight in the world of sports. new warrior kevin durant. taking on the oklahoma city thunder-- the team he spent it's a highly-anticipated matchup, especially considering what happened in offseason. dissect. >> vicki: catherine? >> catherine: there'll be a huge rally tomorrow. they
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are trying to see if they can died the chicago river blue. >> catherine: dan are still in shock. >> i do not know if i will ever sleep again. this is amazing. >> last time the cubs had one thomas edison was alive and they had a new invention. this is the greatest thing since sliced bread for the cups. --cubs >> catherine: now president obama is an abiding de baseball champion to meet with him before he leaves the office in january. --is
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and fight teen dbase bought champion to meet with him-- is inviting the baseball champion to meet with him before leaving office. >> grant: mud ct the
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tonight. let met with good and tonight is expected to be good as well. -- last night tv was good >> grant: mark carter to liven at oracle. -- carpenter >> reporter: some foot.
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>> reporter: to last show you some of the video footage. >> reporter: making this team a contender and of course over the summer. >> reporter: breaking the news to westbrook by textile him. he has admitted that he could have handled that much better. >> reporter: from what has come out and what has been said critic they are downplayed any sort of bribery. we cannot know what type of communication they had had a sense the rent has made the switch to come out here. --durant >> i employing the same way. -- i am playing the same
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way. >> you are going to approach it that way. the truth of the matter is that i'm sure he feels some type of way about it. we are really ready to go for it is going to be a good game. >> reporter: yesterday, he said he is done and swing any type of questions about this. he is ready to move ford credit only speaking about basketball. >> reporter:--he is done speaking and answering any type of questions about this. he is ready to move for only speaking about basketball.
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>> grant: turning all attention to whether now your it is like november and october has traded places. >> diane: >> reporter: it has been so nice. with temperatures were warming up even just a few degrees each day. as we go into tonight cloud did move in today. shourd chances by the weekend. it will probably fizzle out before you wake up on sunday. right now, at 71 degrees. 74, in oakland satellite read are showing the clouds did manage to move in parts of our area. and we will also have a system of to the east of bus near phoenix that
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would not affect our weather. we would track the system developing off the coast of bringing rainfall outside of vancouver. >> reporter: we will start to see a chance of rain falls for the weekend. stretching up to that effort. -redford >> reporter: could see very light showers. but it looks like it will be clear the before we get through sunday highs of around the region for tomorrow. it will be a beautiful afternoon at 69 degrees at golden gate park. mid-70s and petaluma.
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temperatures starting to pick--push back and the mid to high seventies. a little cooler livermore and san jose is closer to 80 degrees. the 7 day forecast shows sunday dropping down grit into the '60s. we will look for a chance of rain showers. it is system slows down. everything would dry out into next week. >> reporter: guys?
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>> grant:beyonce brought down the house last night at the c-m-a awards. the texas native performed "daddy lessons" off her album "lemonade" and was joined on stage by the dixie chicks. but their performance sparked social media backlash from country music fans. the insider's louis aguirre joins us from hollywood with more on this story. return >> will be goal bart sounded
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off on the media explosion. -- whoopi goldberg >> reporter: this corroboration actually work? >> dixie chicks also covered her version of the sand while on tour. -- on the tour >> reporter: dan not understand why all of the haight is coming from. we had several artists collaborating. >> it also receive positive rays. --positively praise. >> reporter: will have a lot more on this story at kron 4
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news back to print >> grant: i thought that it sounded pretty good. and i believe that bsa belonged anywhere there is a microphone. --beyonce >> grant: steve aveson is next!at 6pm
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>> vicki:a young man. gunned down in the south bay. the crime. unsolved for months. tonight there has been a break in the case and a suspect is behind bars.good evening. i'm vicki liviakis in for pam moore. >> steve:and i'm steve aveson. san jose police today announced an arrest in their cold case murder investigation. kron four's rob fladeboe reports tells us how they tracked down the suspect in the killing of a popular foothill college professor. >> reporter:this is the mug shot of 28-year-old eddie ruiz. he is charged with one count of murder in connection with the robbery and shooting death of foothill college economics professor david moglen, who was gunned down july 28 near first and willow streets near downtown san jose. in a statement,
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foothill college said moglen's murder is still being felt by his colleagues and students, like sophomore >> reporter:police confirm that the arrest of ruiz was helped in part with tips generated bysurveillance video, which kron four first aired in september. they believe ruiz is the man in the video. police say ruiz robbed moglen as he sat in his car and that moglen then chased ruiz, who allegedly shot and killed moglen during a brief struggle.31-year-old david moglen was also an aspiring rap artist who clearly made an impression on those who knew him. >> reporter:police say the tipsters who first suspected ruiz might be the man in the surveillance video later identified him in a photo lineup. return to >> steve:we have learned tonight another oakland police officer is going to be charged in a widespread sex scandal. the officer is identified by alameda county prosecutors as terryl smith. based on the charging documents. it does not appear that smith ever made contact with the woman at the center of the case. jasmine abuslin. >> steve:abuslin use to go
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by the name celeste guap. however the documents say smith illegally accessed police records and ran searches looking up information on her. return >> steve:new at six! >> steve:we have an update on that man wanted for slapping an employment at east bay entertainment center. >> vicki:kron 4 was the first to tell you about this story last week. and we have just learned the manhunt. it is over tonight. grant lodes is here with the new details. >> vicki: grant? >> grant:steve and vicki.
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there is no mistaking what happens on the video you see behind me. you can clearly see the man slap the 17-year-old boy in the head. today. that man. torin jackson of oakland turned himself in. concord police say he showed up this morning at the police station. >> grant:he faces two, misdemeanor battery charges over this incident. as to why he did it. police aren't providing in a motive. but in an interview last week. the teen gave us some background. >> grant:a ticket machine at family fun center was broken so the teen's manager told him he would have to count all the tickets. he says he muttered "oh my god" and that's when jackson became angry and slapped him. what was even more disconcerting about this whole incident. a young child appeared to be alongside the suspect at the time. >> grant:the victim was hoping for felony charges to be filed. but that was not the case. steve and vicki. return to
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>> steve:a 12-year-old homicide case is the focus a digging site near the port of oakland this was the scene for most of the day on 7th street where oakland police called in a tractor front end loader to help uncover possible evidence in a homicide that took place back in 2004. >>"a case always remains open when it is a homicide case.and that's what we're trying to do today" >> steve:the f-b-i's evidence recovery team is lending a hand in the investigation. the alameda county d.a.'s office is also working on this case. a source familiar with the investigation tells kron4 that this police activity is connected to a 12-year-old oakland unsolved missing person case return >> steve: >> vicki:police in oakland are investigating a suspicious death from this afternoon. around 12 oclock officers responded to reports of an unresponsive person near arroyo viejo park in east oakland. police located the individual who was already deceased. >> vicki:this is video from the scene earlier today courtesy of our partnership
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with a-b-c 7they have not released the age. gender or cause of death. anyone with information is being asked to contact oakland police. >> vicki:authorities say a body discovered on the edge of the sonoma state campus is a man. >> steve:the body was unearthed this afternoon and now an autopsy is underway. kron 4's dan kerman is on campus for us and has more on the investigation. >> it is a possibility. it seems to be near the area where my son's friend was
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missing. >> reporter: ovoid this area at night. >> we live here and this is our home. in this month still safe. >> reporter: they have plenty of missing persons and they will be looking at that list to try to make in the idb. they hope to make identification within the next 24 hours. diane ackerman, kron 4 news reported-- dan kerman, kron 4 news >> vicki:tonight - a big development in that controversy swirling around the millenium tower in san francisco - that's the high rise condo complex sinking and tilting despite the fact it was just recently built. san francisco's city attorney announced a lawsuit against the developer - claiming the developer failed to inform prospective buyers about the fact the building was sinking more
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than the projections. recent figures show the building has sunk 16 inches and is tilting by two inches - however the city attorney said subpeoned documents showed the developer was telling buyers that the building had not sunk to that degree. >> they newt at least before one year before they started selling these space is that it would sink much faster. but they went ahead and sold condominiums for a handsome price. even though they're legally contracted to disclose it. >> vicki:homeowners have contracted the ground and figure out more facts abou the settling and tiling issue. the developer lashed out - issuing a statement calling the city attorney's claim long blamed a nearby project has the reason why
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the 58 tower condo complex has sunk more than predicted. return >> steve: traffic is moles and the weather is nice. -- traffic is msmooth and the weather is nice. >> brittney: no rain and those clouds. and it is tempting to head out it is
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tempting to head out to the beach. >> brittney: if you find yourself in a strong root current year it hit toward the shore. -- a strong rp current head towards the shore. >> steve: thank you, brittney. >> steve:an investigation into the concord plane crash last people died rather than the one that was originally reported. the national transportation safety board says along with the pilot.a certified flight instructor was also killed. this was footage of the crash on october 25th.from our helicopter partners at a-b-c 7. >> steve:the cause of the crash has not been determined yet but officials say it happened shortly after take off. the victims identites have not yet been released.
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>> vicki:in the north bay police are looking for a burglar who has a taste for construction equipment. san rafael police put of this surveillance picture of the suspect. this is from jackson's hardware store on dubois street. >> vicki:the man seen in the photo took some portable generators, tools and other construction equipment worth thousands of dollars. he then escaped in an s-u-v that's described as a ford or linoln. it was either silver, gray or green in color. return to >> steve:an iowa man has been charged with two counts of first degree murder in the ambush shooting deaths of two police officers wednesday. >> vicki:catherine heenan is here with the latest on the suspect. >> catherine:46-year-old scott greene has been
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questioned.released from a hospital and is behind bars tonight. he's accused of killing the two officers in separate incidents - less than 2 miles apart. >> catherine: both men had been sitting in their patrol cars late wednesday. today investigators say they've found the rifle they believe was used in the shootings. and they're trying to figure out more about greene. court documents show he was recently ordered to move out of his mother's home near des moines.after the two were accused of hitting each other. >> catherine: greene was also accused of financially exploiting his mother. this is greene being moved into the jail today. a friend of his is insisting the shooting was 'out of character'. and police say they still don't have a motive. return >> catherine: that friend claims that greene went into a deep depression after his father died a few years ago. and says he can't understand any of what happened.especially since the suspect still has a daughter at home.and three other children. he faces life in prison if convicted. vicki and steve? return to
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>> steve:it is a mad dash to the finish. the big names that are hitting the campaign trail as we enter the final days in the race for the white house. >> vicki:and big changes are coming to this year's mavericks surf competition. women will be joining men for this first time. why the contest had no choice in the matter. >> steve:plus we know finding a home in the bay area can be tough. tonight new details and why there is shortage and just how many homes would need to be built to catch up.
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>> vicki:we know that the bay area could use more housing. but a new report out of the peninsula says the shortage is dramatic. >> steve:catherine heenan is here with details from the joint venture silicon valley institute for regional studies. return >> catherine:on the bright side.this shortage is the result of strong job and population growth over the last nine years. but it also means the bay area - especially the heart of silicon valley - is short tens of thousands of housing units. the report says a region including san francisco, santa clara and san mateo counties is short 60-thousand housing units. >> catherine:in just the last year - about 65- thousand jobs were added.and nearly 40-thousand new residents. not surprisingly - the unemployment rate in the region is good.well below the state and nationwide averages. in san mateo county for example - unemployment is only 3-point-one-percent. >> catherine:but the way things are continuing to grow -- the report says the region absolutely must find ways to address housing and transportation problems. and given the demand -- home
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prices keep going up - driving out middle income families. and the growth is causing more long commutes. >> catherine:steve and vicki? >> steve: thank you, catherine. >> steve:federal investigators are now looking into a massive fire that destroyed an oakland apartment complex. kron 4 was there as agents with bureau of alcohol, firearms and tobacco arrived this morning. the fire wiped out all the units on lester avenue near lake merritt. >> steve:the building was under construction at the time. the city of oakland has asked for assistance in the investigation. so far the cause is not known. return to index of
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>> steve:this video from monday morning gives you a better idea of just how devastating this fire was. at one point, the entire building was in flames. the fire grew to five alarms, but the damage was contained to the construction site. no one was hurt in the blaze. >> vicki:it is the last thursday before election day. >> steve:the national polls show a race that is coming down to the wire and the candidates are pulling out the stops with big names and big money in the final days of the campaign. dianne gallagher with our partners at c-n-n tells us both campaigns are pulling out all the stops. return to >> reporter:big names. big money. little time left. >>president barack obama: five more days. five more days. >> reporter:it's coming down to the wire and hillary clinton is maintaining her election edge over a late-
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surging donald trump. the cnn poll of polls, which averages the five most recent national polls, shows her leading 46-42. surrogates for both candidates are out in full force, criss-crossing the country. melania trump, who until today hadn't delivered a campaign speech since the republican national convention, made a rare solo appearance, speaking to voters in pennsylvania. >>melania trump / donald trump's wife: this man i know so well, donald trump, with your help and god's grace, will make america great again. >> reporter:but the plan to catch up or pull away at the last minute, is an expensive one. cue the multi-million dollar closing arguments. clinton's camp ramped up its spending to roughly $32 million in the final week alone, inundating battleground states, and beyond with ads like this one. >>campaign ad: because all it takes it one wrong move. "i would bomb the * * out of them". just one. >> reporter:but trump is getting in on around $20 million on spots airing this week. >>campaign ad: don't let her fail us again. i'm donald trump and i approve this message. >> reporter:and while clinton may be the cubs fan, both candidates had skin in game seven. world series watchers got a side of politics with their baseball wednesday night, with each campaign running three ads during the primetime broadcast. >> reporter:in washington, i'm dianne gallagher. return to index
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>> steve:just a reminder kron 4 has you covered on election night. our coverage ramps up just as california's polls close at 8 p-m. we will cover the local races as well as the presidential election. and if you are on the go. you will be able to find updates on our website. >> vicki:the u.s drought monitor says a rainy fall has helped pull almost one- fourth of california out of the state's five-year drought. the showing is the best it's been for the golden statesince march 20-13. as of today twelve percent of the state has normal or better moisture. >> vicki:the imporvement comes thanks to a rainy october in the bay area with rainfall three times or more the normal in parts of the north. however.three-fourths of the state remains in drought, mostly in centeral and california-- southern
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california. >> brittney: right now. we will want a settlement move in closer to the rest of tonight. it is still far off the coast. same thing on saturday. running and stretching down to the parts of the north bay. it looks like there will be full sting getting closer to us. apart from that, everything will clear up. right now temperatures with 68 in
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oakland, 71 degrees and vallejo, richmond 61, and tomorrow back to the mid to high seventies. los 70's and livermore. >> brittney: we are almost 80 degrees in san jose. as we head into tomorrow what f o g. >> brittney: 3 day forecast shows signs guys tomorrow. mostly sunny on saturday. >> brittney: you will notice temperatures drop to the '60s and certain locations all around the bay. and low sixties for the coast. >> brittney: guys! >> vicki: thanks, brittney. >> vicki:the legendary mavericks surf competition
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will feature women for the first time. reaction to this big change and why it was important for future contests. >> steve:and we have been telling you about the sexual assault of a disabled teenager at a bart station. a little later. the alarming information we have learned about simiolar
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>> steve:with the high surf hitting northern californa beaches. the window is now open for the mavericks surfing competition contest. as in year's past.the competiton committee is closing monitoring conditions. >> vicki: conditions.which will bring surfing's elite to half moon bay on 24-hours notice. however this year.there will female surfers also vying for honors. surfers we talked to seemed to be just fine with the addition. controversy and distrust
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>> steve:while mavericks organizers say it is an evolution of the contest.their permit from the california coastal adding a women's regardless.we can expect to see six-women sufers hitting competition. big update. last year we had to wait several weeks for >> steve:california crab season to open nov. 5 san francisco - california residents hoping to catch and eat their own dungeness crab this season can rejoice as the state has set a date for recreational crab season to open. the san francisco chronicle reports that the california department of fish and wildlife has declared nov. 5 the beginning of dungeness crab season. commercial crabbing season is expected to open nov. 15.
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>> vicki: another beautiful day all around the bay. >> brittney: we will continue to see a few clouds moving into the background of the camera. with the inland locations dropping. heading into tomorrow. partly cloudy skies. with temperatures starting off with the high temp. low 50s and certain spot. you know this by 3:00 most alan locations are back to 70 degrees. golden gate park close to 70 degrees and seven francisco. san mateo, was 73 degrees. 74 in
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antioch. 71 degrees and livermore. that is a beautiful friday. we are tracking a slight chance of rain showers going into sunday and pushing into next week everything should dry out a return to this japanese. --and return to the 70's. >> catherine: >> vicki:the alleged sexual assault of a 15-year-old boy with down syndrome at a bart station saturday night still hard imagine. >> steve:and, as kron four's philippe djegal reports. >> reporter:a bay area advocate for developmental disabilities says that population is targeted by predators happens far too often.
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>> reporter:for the past 16 years. diana conti has served as the c-e-o of parca. >> reporter:a burlingame based non-profit, providing support services to people with developmental disibilities. and, the recent case of a syndrome allegedly being sexually assaulted at a pittsburg bay point bart station bathroom strikes a chord with her. >>sot- "it's just so not ok. its so not ok." >> reporter:conti says predators often target people with developmental disibilties, because they're easy targets and typically don't report assaults. >>sot- "a person with a developmental disability may have certain physical characteristics that show, that they can see that. they may, you know, carry themselves as if they are a little bit unsure. they may be easier to lure." >> reporter:on saturday night, police say a 38-year- old man followed the boy into the bathroom, locking the door behind and allegedly assaulted the victim, while his mother stood outside. >> reporter:the mother called police once she learned what happened and the man was arrested. >> reporter:but its an incident conti says happens much more than you might think. >>sot- "between 40 and 60 percent have had some kind of sexual assault and they do think that is under reported, so it could be even higher. i mean, that's kind of an astonishing number in itself."
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>> reporter:if this situation repeats itself, conti says victims should not be afraid to report it. and, neither should the public. >> reporter:she says get inovlved. >> reporter:awareness aids prevention. >>sot- "nobody should assault anybody sexually, but to pray on someone who has less ability to defend themselves against you is like sinking to a new low." >> reporter:in burlingame, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> steve:staying in the east bay: a nanny is facing felony child abuse charges tonight. >> steve:berkeley police say they arrested 44-year-old ingrid perez of richmond, they say the parents of a 6- month old boy gave them surveillance video that showed some sort of abuse.
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>> steve:the child went to the hospital but exam revealed no apparent injuries. we are told perez has worked for a nanny for over ten years for several families. >> vicki:it turns out that the driver of a baltimore school bus involved in a deadly wreck tuesday was 'not' authorized to drive a commercial vehicle. six people were killed and at least ten injured when the school bus smashed into a commuter bus. >> vicki:we're now learning the driver.67-year-old glenn chappell.had expired medical certification since the end of august. the bus agency he works for required by federal law. records show that chappell actually sent two letters to the agency explaining that fact.but nothing was done. >> vicki:chappell was killed in the crash.along with the driver of the other bus.and four of its passengers.
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>> vicki:a crazy scene out of texas. >> steve: >> vicki:where a bus crashed into a home.
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>> steve:the whole incident was caught on video surveillance cameras. your looking at footage from the incident. police say the bus was t- boned by a pick up truck.which sent it flying out of control. >> steve:the bus driver luckily made it out alive.but was left gazing inside a stranger's home. that homeowner. say's he feels the driver's pain.he's actually a bus driver as well. return to index of >> steve:that house has been declared uninhabitable.until repairs can be made. return to index >> vicki:crazy! >> vicki:in sports. chicago goes crazy after the cubs win the of the wild celebrations. >> steve:. and it's kevin durant versus russell westbrook in oakland tonight. gary has a arena. and all the sports.
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because she doesn't know that it kills 40,000 californians...
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every year.
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because she doesn't understand what cancer is. because she can't spell emphysema. because she is a butterfly, who fights fires. because she is my daughter, and the surgeon general says that raising tobacco taxes... is a proven way to make sure she never smokes. that's why i'm voting yes on 56.
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(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: hello everyone! >> gary:kevin durant vs russell westbrook round 1 tonight at oracle arena durant going through his paces at shootaround this morning steph curry almost an afterthought tonight getting ready (male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary:durant was asked if this gamewas any different in terms of preparation return
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>> i'm sure he still some way about it. it will be a good game. >> gary: euclid a years what a guy. --you play 8years with a guy? >> gary: they are too smart. you're not want to see any shoving and pushing tonight. >> reporter:mark? >> reporter: right now we are about 50 minutes away of what we had anticipated. what is left to the light withdurant at westbrook
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meeting. >> reporter: not making this a bigger building what it is he is downplaying the entire thing. he came out to warm up. miti him, there was nothing out of the ordinary. >> reporter: he was joking with a lot of his teammates. but we will see what will happen between westbrook and cady. --kd? >> reporter: what type of communication has debts-have they had carried out this week,kd text him when he
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decided he was soming to san francisco. >> if you want to talk about basketball. i am not sure if you know. however, if you want to talk about basketball i am more open to talk about that. i am not what we're talking about the situation. >> gary:last night's world series game 7 was the most-watched baseall game in 25 years more than 40 million people watched the chicago cubs end their 108-year curse by beating the cleveland indians in 10 innings to win the word series >> gary:more than 25% of all televisions in the country tuned in to the game it was the highest-rated baseball game since game 7 of the 1991 world series between the minnesota twns and atlanta braves whch the twins won >> gary:the most watched
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world series game of all time was game 6 of the 1980 fall classic between the phiadelphia phillies and te kansas city royals. >> gary:the city of chicago went crazy after the cubs won their first world series since 1908. cubs fans invaded the wrigleyville bars and were all around wrigley field. fans took their celebrations to the streets and were on top of cars. >> gary:and through out the rest of the night fans were singing "go cubs go" and enjoying every moment after overcoming a 3-1 defecit to beat the indians in cle veland. >> gary:and last night after all the celebration inside the clubhouse. the cubbies packed their bags and were headed back to chicago. and tomorrow after waiting for more than a century cubs fans will witness a cubs
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parade. the team's progression will start at wrigley field and end in downtown chicago at grant park. >> gary:city officials haven't released the cubs parade route. but the rally will begin at noon. >> gary: grant. no school? >> grant: there was not any school today. so you received about two dozen kids there. --so, you can see >> gary:and the cubs will appear in the front cover of sports illustrated. the magazine will release its newest addition nearly a week ahead of schedule. it will feature the cubs' anthony rizzo and kris bryant who made the last play of the game to win it for the cubs. >> gary:copies will start reaching newstands as early as saturday.
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>> gary: critic this story here. he said if if his--if the cubs would ever win. he will want it with his father. so he drove many miles away to go to the cemetery to watch it with his father at the grave. his father at the grave. his fprop sixty-one targets drug company price-gouging to save lives. the drug price relief act will save californians nearly a billion dollars a year. join the california nurses association and aarp and vote yes on sixty-one. the drug giants won't like it. and he'll hate it.
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the mae gave her top executive managed aa huge pay raiseet, and a lavish car allowance, run up a deficit, then cut jos for local teenagers, and cut after-school program. no wonder tchronicle called mae torlakson "flat-out unprepared" for the assembly. they endorse tim grayson. as mayor of concord, grayson balanced the budget every yer while doing more for kids. tim grayson for assembly.
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>> steve:a new start-up is looking to use drones as a way to protect our homes. >> vicki:they have come up with a detect possible threats on your property.
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sunflower labs.headquartered in silicon valley and zurich, switzerland.announced their new security system today. they say a drone that detects a threat.will start a video stream to your you can determine if your home is at risk or not. >> vicki:concerns over safety.privacy.and sunflower labs is optimistic for the technology.and sees to traditional home alarms. >> steve: thank you for joining us tonight! have a good evening! the u.s. is the beacon of freedom around the world. those of us who served in the military are very proud of that. i believe very, very strongly in our country and what we stand for. i went to iraq in 2004 to fight for freedom. for generations, our troops have sacrificed for our freedoms. one of the most important things we do is vote - to protect that freedom. i'm tom steyer. let's make the people we're so proud of, proud of us.
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they prey on our children, spending billions. addicting 17,000 california kids each year. eventually killing one-third of them. now tobacco companies are spending millions to... defeat prop 56. because in every state that's raised tobacco taxes, smoking rates go down. so who are you going to trust? pediatricians, cancer groups and the califronia pta who all... support prop 56.
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or the tobacco companies trying to kill it. vote yes on 56. "the insider" tracking the biggest stories making news today. mariah says she didn't cheat on her ex-fiancee, and has the history to prove it. >> first -- to my wife, after we got married. >> inside my my's no sex zone, and the other stars following her lead opinion. >> maybe that's how you get the ring now. >> then the chicago cubs break their curse. and hollywood is there to celebrate. we're breaking down their w by the numbers. >> and number three, beyonce slays the cma's, why is queen bee facing backlash? >> plus, your insider bonus. rachel mcadams can't believe her mean girls are having kids.
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