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franzen/california highway patrol: "elliot johnhenry johnson a 24-year-old from richmond as well as two juveniles have been arrested in connection to this violent crime"chp investgators say the adult suspect, johnson, is a known felonofficer jon franzen/california highway patrol:"johnson also has an extensive violent criminal history ranging from gun crimes to carjacking"the two juvenile suspects are both 17-years of age. the shooting happened around 3:30pm thursday afternoon on eastbond 80- near the san pablo avenue exit. a short time later police had all three suspects were taken into custody in the city of richmond, not far from the scene of the crime officer jon franzen/california highway patrol:"the reason the case was solved so quickly was due to several outstanding witnesses, including am off duty police officer and providing us with information" chp investigators say this shooting is the latest in an alarming number of freeway shootings here in the bay area lt. jason reardon/california highway patrol:"the last time we spoke i think we were at least in the 80's since late 2014 i mean late 2015" (haaziq) the chp says the majority of
the 80 freeway shootings are targted and that includes this latest incident. as for the victims, both remain hospitalized, one in grave condition, the other in serious condition...at chp golden gate division headquarters in vallejo haaziq madyun kron4news (grant) breaking news.... a standoff in the city. police have shut down valencia street in san francisco's mission district. they're trying to negotiate with a person who may have a gun... who's barricaded in a building. (vicki) right now we still don't know if the person is man or a woman... kron4's hermela aregawi...is live at the scene in san francisco with details on what's happening, hermela? ....
francisco's mission district is shut down this afternoon as police try to negotiate with a barricaded suspect with a gun, a police spokesman said. police responded to reports of a person with a gun in the 500 block of valencia street between (vicki) san francisco investigators are getting a flood of tips from the public about the motorcyclists sideshow on highway-101...that developed into a fight with a passing driver. 10 to 15 dirt bike and a-t-v drivers were involved in the mele where a driver was punched and kicked. the confrontation was caught on camera by another driver. the c-h-p says they are receiving help from witnesses to identify the group of motorcyclists. (grant) another big story tonight... high tension in the east bay. a homeowner's decision to fly the confederate flag is met with backlash from some of his neighbors. kron four's philippe djegal reports from brentwood... where the nation's political and racial divide are coming to a head. eric harvey explains why he chose to start flying the
confederate flag on his side yard. he lives on craig court in brentwood.eric harvey/homeowner- "its more or less a redneck thing, because of being a cowboy. it's just, to me its more a stand point of just the rowdy, get rowdy, get crazy, just do stupid things." he says he means no harm... because he's an ardent supporter of president trump.. he says some neighbors have interpreted this as a racially charged message... but harvey says it's just as patriotic as the other flags he flies.eric harvey/homeowner- "that flag is pretty much, in the beginning, you know, they carried that one when they were fighting for this country. everybody thinks it has to do with racists, racism and slavery and all that, but you know, that's not the case." bridge harvey says he put the flag up about a week ago. it was a gift from his friend -- doctor burt broussard.dr. burt broussard/harvey's friend- "i think the message is, uh, uh, basically, we can do it. thats it." harvey is not breaking any laws or ordinance by flying the confederate flag... but some of his neighbors are offended.lisa chavez/neighbor- "it is legal but it doesnt make it right." felicia purcell/neighbor- "today in this trump america, people feel the need now to be more vocal about their hatred towards other races, towards other genders -- all of that." harvey says in light of the strong reaction...
he'll eventually take the flag down... but not just yet. in brentwood, philippe djegal, kron four news. (vicki) the santa clara district attorneys officer is looking into the shooting death of a young man by a police officer...to try and determine if the shooting was justified. it started early this morning when a woman called police saying that her son was acting erratically. when officers arrived they found the man...and at some point a confrontation led them near the intersection of scott boulevard and monroe street. police say the man would not cooperate...and they needed to use deadly force.
degree of force. i know there were some verbal exchanges between the suspect and the officers. and unfortunately it was a situation that officers could not deescalate.">(vicki) the officer's name has not been released. we do know he has served 13-years on the force. he has been placed on administrative leave. (grant) they were already homeless when floodwaters chased them from their campsites along coyote creek last month in san jose. now, as millions of dollars in relief money is being distributed to other flood victims, the homeless are saying "what about us?" kron four's rob fladeboe back on the flood beat tonight...rob are these people going to get any money? i'm here along rock springs drive, ground zero for the flood. coyote creek is just behind this little park area, as you can see, a number of homeless people are living in a park shelter, havinglost most of their tents and other possessions. they and their advocates are asking for help, saying that they were
victimized by the4flood too. here's more. amanda fukamoto/homeless< "...you can see how high the water was here...'amanda fukamoto, whose home was a tent pitched here along coyote creek near old oakland road, is among the hundreds of homeless people who lost everything when they escaped theflood. amanda fukamoto/homeless< "......'m pretty sure that everybody out here feels left behind...."> fukamoto is talking about the coyote creek relief fund that is helping other flood victims get back on their feet. long time homeless advocate pastor scott wagers says those who have called the creek home are much worse off now than before
the flood.pastor scott wagers/advocate for homeless< "....if you have $6million dollars at least give some to the homeless.. i think it's legitimate, it's logical and it's humane. to simply say they were already homeless is sending the wrong message...">for it's part, the city says it warned the homeless in advance to get away from the creek and indeed rescued several people during the flood and that it is already spending millions of dollars on programs to help the homeless.ray bramson/san jose housing dept.< '...the city has been committed to working on issues surrounding homelessness, investing over $70 million dollars in the last two years to create housing opportunities, invest in services and create outreach with a lot of work on the ground to get people housed...">pastor scott wagers < '.....why not give them a piece of this money....they don't need much....enough for a few tents and tarps, the city saysthey want to get them into housing, when, three years from now when they're ready to die...?">thursday's public hearing on the flood heard from still others, property owners and renterswho were hurt by the flood and are also in need of help. but with no address with which to apply for relief, amanda fukamoto is not expecting much
and has already returned to the creekside, the only home she claims to have have known for the past five years.amanda fukamoto/homeless< '....well, we have to keep in mind that we're not supposed to be here in the first place, we're here illegally and that'sjust the way society is going to look at it, you know, like if we just weren't here in the first place..."> (vicki) some residents in san francisco's sunset district say they are feeling unsafe in their own homes after an increase of break in's in what is usually
considered a quiet neighborhood. kron4's maureen kelly reports that one man's safe full of guns was stolen during a brazen daylight burglary. my goodness ooohhhh hoo hoo that's the reaction from a woman living on morningside drive on learning that one of her neighbors had a safe full of guns stolen out of his house at around 130 in the afternoon on wednesday.this part of san francisco seems more like a suburban bedroom community...the houses have front lawns....and only few have bars on their windows or doors....but that's changing....fast.someone could break right inso i am getting ready to call someone todashe shows me her back door and windows that she plans to get bars for...asap.it's just a fist thru the window and it's done.just down the block i found a man who installs window bars just wrapping up giving an estimate to yet another neighbor.me :you getting a lot of callshim:i'm getting a lot of orders here. his client didn't want to appear on camera..... he says he's lived here 30 years and never thought he would be forced to do something like this.we picked the neighborhood because it's tranquil for the environment
it's very tranquil and safe and we chose it because you didn't have to exercise those kinds of measures for just basic security.we first told you back in febuary about a rash of break ins in the sunset.here's video of one man shown entering the front gate of a house at 20th and pacheco.....now police say they've arrested that man....who they are calling a serial burglar........this 23 year old evan underwood's mugshot hes allegedly responsible for 4 home break ins. one officer i talked to says they've made a couple of arrests lately which may be the reason why in just the last two weeks they've noticed that the number of burglaries started to decline.the captain of the taravel police station is hosting a meeting wednesday night to talk to residents about these burglaries that have plagued this area.maureen kelly kron4 news (grant) san francisco police have arrested three men in connection with a shooting
in the outter sunset district last night. the victim was a 27 year old man... who police say was standing in the area of 47th avenue and vicente street... near ocean beach and the zoo.. around 7 o'clock... police say three men approached him. one of them shot the 27 year old. all three ran from the area, but were tracked down by police... and the man suspected to be the shooter was booked in jail. the victim was taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries. (vicki) still ahead on kron4 news at 5.....(grant) an east bay community targeted by thieves... find out who police are looking for and what the neighborhood is doing to prevent their packages from being taken right off their porch...(vicki) plus... we'll see if president donald trump and key house republicans are any closer on a plan to repeal obamacare. (grant) then after the break... first it was sanctuary cities... now it's sanctuary restaurants.. the nationwide commitment many bay area restaurant owners are participating in. coming up, your 7 day forecast
(vick) over the last few weeks reports of immigration raids have escalated with ice agents taking undocumented workers into custody. it's all part of the new- normal with the trump administration. restaurant workers have become especially fearful, but now restaurants are organizing and fighting back against the president's immigration policies. kron 4's dan kerman is live san francisco
tonight with more on the sanctuary restaurant movement. (dan kerman)sot they're all in fearnati ramirez is with don ramon's mexican restaurant in san franciscosot nati ramirez/don ramon's restaurant 12-22our employees have conversed with me about ice doing numerous sweeps and i've told them they have to be careful of their surroundings but they can't be walking san francisco in fear.now restaurants like this one are fighting back against the trump administration's immigration policies by joining the sanctuary restaurant movement. also on board the golden gate restaurant association which will launch a series of education workshopssot gwyneth borden/golden gate restaurant association 42-52we can educate our restauranteurs about what their responsibilities are and make them feel comfortable so they know if ice shows up at their
door what they can do, what they don't have to do and how they can protect and educate their employees themselves. educating employers and employees is just the first step. there may also be legislation at the state level. sot assemblyman david chiu/d- san francisco 102-115the trump administration is willing to move forward with unconstitutional and illegal enforcement practices by sending ice agents into work places, we believe this is going to accelerate, and i am looking into state law protections for employers and employees in this regard. 123/in this regard
(grant) president trump calls house republican leaders to the white house to talk about repealing and replacing obamacare. the g=o=p's plan is still facing opposition not only from democrats ... but from many conservative republicans as well.(grant)the debate has been growing all week.... and the outcome could impact millions of americans.(vicki) catherine heenan is here with what you need to know about pending changes in your health care coverage. (catherine) the republicans used to call it repeal and replace ... now it's just repeal plus ... they're throwing out some provisions of obamacare, but not all of them. "we must act now to save americans from the imploding obamacare disaster."president trump sounding like a cheerleader as he met with congressional committee heads. "this is the time we're going to get it done. we're working together, getting results, we have tremendous spirit, and i think it's something that's going to happen very shortly." the bill making is way through congress would keep three key
components of obama care ... you still can't be denied coverage for a pre=existing condition.adult children can stay on their parents' plans until they turn 26.and employer=provided health plans that provide a high degree of coverage will still be taxed. the republican plan would get rid of the requirement that you have to buy coverage or pay a penalty.subsidies for low income families with high premiums wold be replaced by tax credits.obamacare taxes on the wealthy, insurers and drug companies would be eliminated, and the expansion of medicaid to cover low-income adults would be phased out.right now the rollback is set for 2020. conservatives want it moved up to 2017, potentially creating a gap in care--and that could be enough to make moderate members vote against it. republicans need to stay largely united to outnumber democrats against the obamacare repeal.rep. nancy pelosi/(d) minority leader: "it's really a cruel bill that the republicans have put forth. and it will increase the number of uninsured in our country."
(catherine) next week the nonpartisan congressional budget office is due to report on the bill's financial impact.. including an estimate of how many people would 'lose' coverage if the republicans get their way. (vicki) turning our attention to weather as we take this live look outside at the bay bridge tonight... cheif meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now to tell us what to expect for the weekend. a ridge of high pressure will continue to build across our region over the next several days while mild temperatures will see a few additional degree) highs will be generally in the 60s at the coast with 70s to lower 80s inland. lows will mostly be in the 40s and 50s. longer
(vicki) still ahead... our very own spencer blake traded in the camera for an oven and an apron... find out how he does as a pie maker...(grant) plus... a warning tonight for people who ride caltrain... two women sexually assaulted... and the suspect is is still on the loose. we'll show you who police are looking for after the break.
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heart attack, stroke or dementia. ♪ ask your doctor about premarin vaginal cream. security at the cal train station in palo alto is beefed up ... in light of two reported cases of sexual assault. as we first reported last night on kron 4 news at 10... the two incidents happened within days of each other. kron 4's averi harper talked with commuters who are on alert. (averi harper) this morning
the san mateo county sheriff's department looking for whoever is responsible for 2 sexual assaults near the palo alto cal train station. the first happened at the stanford bus stop. take a look at the video we have of the area. this happened on march 1... late...after 10:45 at night . there, a man approached the female victim. making small talk and then lunging at her to grope her. the victim fought back. investigators say he's at most 5 feet 8 inches tall... between 35-40 years old.. and was last seen wearing a green t-shirt. the second case happened a week later... the victim in that case was walking home from the cal train station on alma st. when the suspect grabbed her. she fought back and chased him. a surveillance video caught a picture of the man take a look. he's described as about 5"8... in his 40s and wearing a green jacket. we talked to riders on the platform about safety "there's always people sleeping on the benches and down in the tunnel it's always scary." "i'm always aware of my surroundings and kind of just make sure i know what i'm doing and kind of keep aware." "i know not to be here at night both of those happened after 9 o'clock and i usually get off the train at 6:30 so i'm just making a note not to... i do come early in the morning but there are other people around." "it makes me disappointed and sad that people would do that still." sheriffs deputies have increased patrols in the area but they say there are a few
things you can do to keep yourself safe.... stand in well lit areas and avoid being distracted by your electronics like your cell phone. in palo alto, averi harper kron 4 news. (vicki) coming up on kron4 news.... a popular ice rink in the peninsula is set to reopen... after it was going to be torn down and made into store.. find out why the owners of the bridgepointe shopping center changed their minds...(grant) and after the break... what one east bay neighborhood is doing to stop thieves stealing packages right off their porches...
(grant) continuing to follow the breaking news story we brought you at the top of the hour.... a standoff in the mission. san francisco police have shut down part of valencia street. they're trying to negotiate with a person who may have a gun... who's barricaded in a building. (vicki) we just learned
the suspect is a woman. kron4's hermela aregawi...is live at the scene in san francisco with details on what's happening, hermela? .... a busy street in san francisco's mission district is shut down this afternoon as police try to negotiate with a barricaded suspect with a gun, a police spokesman said. police responded to reports of a person with a gun in the 500 block of valencia street between 16th and 17th streets shortly before 2 p.m., according to police spokesman officer robert rueca. the suspect is now barricaded there and police are working with hostage negotiators to get the person to surrender. all vehicular and pedestrian traffic is shut down on valencia street. residents in the area have been ordered to shelter-in place, police said. the closure of the busy thoroughfare is causing heavy traffic in the area. san francisco municipal railway buses are being rerouted. scottmorris0344p03/10/17 contact: san francisco police (415) 837-7395
takes the matter to the police for some answers. (terisa estacio)in hayward, busted, and it is all caught on video. a viewer sent this in to kron four news - watch for yourself as the person goes up to the front door and swipes a package. jerome tran, victim of package thief, hayward. it happened within 30 seconds. the crime occurred in front of jerome tran's home - and caught on his newly installed door bell security camera to protect his valuables. what was inside the package, more on that in a minute, but first, this is another video - and another, in this one, the person steals some flowers left on a porch. tran hide your things, because they are taking everything out here. tran says - neighbors have shared their videos with one another and filed reports with police. all of this happening in the mt. eden new upscale neighborhood. tran. frustrating that the city does not care. sgt. tasha decosta, hayward police dept. i understand, i would not be happy either. estacio - track: i showed sergent decosta the videos tran gave kron four. she says videos have been helpful in the past in catching crooks, and encouraged the neighbors to keep sending them plus -
decosta. call us right away, try and get a good description. a few neighbors have stepped in to try and solve the crimes themselves, one person even chased down a thief. decosta. i wouldn't do that, these people could be desperate you don't want to get hurt. the sgt. also adds that sending valuables to your office is one way to ensure that these thieves don't take your valuables. a move that tran plans to take. tran. i will have them sent to office. if caught, the thieves could face a significant penalty and a endure a crimal record. which brings up what was in tran's package. tran. a scale. in hayward, te in the east bay - a series of thefts - and it is all on video. residents say it they are getting fed up and want police to step in. kron four's terisa estacio shows us a close up of the crimes and takes the matter to the police for some answers. (terisa estacio)in hayward, busted, and it is all caught on video. a viewer sent this in to kron four news - watch for yourself as the person (grant) for years san mateo residents have been fighting a real estate developer to save the bridge-pointe ice rink... from being turned into a
retail store..(grant) they've managed to keep the rink from being dismantelled... but thought they had little chances of getting it re-opened.. but persistent people often demonstrated outside of the building and attented every city council meeting. to many people's surprise... they learned the delveloper has withdrawn his request for changing the property.. (grant) the ice rink supporters hope an operator will soon be
found to reopen the rink in the next several months. (vicki) a beautiful day across the bay as we take a live look at the the embarcadero...(grant) cheif meteorologist brittney shipp is here to tell us what to expect. a ridge of high pressure will continue to build across our region over the next several days while mild temperatures will see a few additional degree) highs will be generally in the 60s at the coast with 70s to lower 80s inland. lows will mostly be in the 40s and 50s. longer range guidance indicates that the ridge will flatten next week which will allow some cooling plus a chance for light rain to potentially return to the north bay as a system moves to the coast around wednesday. right now the bulk of the moisture is expected to remain north of our area. (vicki) still ahead... find out why a federal judge in detroit won't sentence volkswagen... after the company pleaded guilty in the diesel emission test scandal. (grant) and wikileaks founder is slamming the c- i-a's handling of cyber- surveillance and hacking tools... hear what the white (vicki) still ahead... find
trump administration is saying...after the break... (vicki) on wall street.... stocks are higher after the government reported solid job gains in the u-s last month. the dow gained nearly 45 points, to close at nearly at 21-thousand. the nasdaq added 23 points closing with 5,861. and the s-and-p rose over seven points to 2,372. it's just a date. i can stay. i'm good. i won't be late hey mom. yeah. no kissing on the first date, alright? life doesn't always stick to a plan, but with our investment expertise we'll help you handle what's next. financial guidance while you're mastering life. from chase. so you can. (grant)wiki-leaks founder
julian assange says c-i-a knew for months about leaked documents detailing the agency's hacking techniques. wicki leaks published those leaked documents this week. assange claims... he has more details about the agency's hacking techniques that he wants to share with tech companies -- so that they can create security patches. here now...white house press secretary sean spicer -- responding to questions about whether tech companies could suffer legal repercussions for using the leaked info. "i do think i would check with the department of justice about in particular if a program or piece of information is classified it remains classified." president trump was silent on the wikileaks story when asked about it yesterday. (vicki)volkswagen has pleaded guilty in a scandal related to diesel emission tests. a federal judge in detroit wants more time to study the deal.
the judge wasn't ready to immediately sentence vw today. volkswagen has already agreed to pay a 2.8 billion dollar criminal fine plus a 1.5 billion dollar civil fine.the company admitted installing software that activated pollution controls during government tests and switched them off during regular driving. another hearing is set for april 21st. (grant) alaska airlines announced today three new nonstop flights from mineta san jose airport.. starting august 28th the airline will fly daily to tucson and austin.... then three weeks later... will start flights to los angeles four times a day. this also comes as alaska airlines announced 10 new flights out of san francisco.. the 13 added destinations flying out of the bay area represent the largest new market announcement in alaska airlines history. (vicki) still ahead... the insider investigates j-f-k jr's tragic final flight.... find how they say it really
california is moving closer to having cars on the road without drivers. the department of motor vehicles is taking a step now that paves the way. let's check in now with steve aveson who is working on that story us tonight at six... (steve) after months of review... the d-m-v released proposed regulations that would open up the roads to testing and future deployment of fully autonomous cars. no drivers. we'll tell you what convinced the d-m-v to make move now... and what's next step in this process.(steve) and we are keeping our eye on the developing situation in san francisco.. where a suspect is barricaded and police have the
place surrounded. but right now let's get back to the news at five. (grant) a new documentary is out about the tragic death of john f. kennedy jr. (vicki) along with his wife's and sister-in-law who's lives were cut short in a plane crash off the coast of martha's vineyard. (grant) this july marks the 18th anniversary. the insider has details on this story. jfk tragic final flight trailer 00.17 he was a boy who grew into a man with a love of adventure the master of disaster 00.27 flying was just an extension of that impulse adventure speed escape john was fearlessvo18:38 pm on july 16, 1999, jfk jr. took off in a small private plane from new jersey, bound for martha's vineyard to attend his cousin rory's wedding. in the rear passenger seats were john's wife carolyn (care-uh-lin) and her sister lauren. they would never make their destination. jfk jr.s tragic final flight trailer 00.42 news report 'at this hour here is what we know' the plane was gone it wasn't on radar anymore he had vanished something was clearly clearly wrongvo3airing tonight
-- hln's series "how it really happened with hill harper" breaks down the final flight of an american icon ----intv hill harper 13;17;40 hh: you're going to hear and see in this episode a number of things that you've never heard before.vo4john - who was still regarded as a novice pilot - took off in a darkening haze that would have made it difficult for him to read the horizon. intv hill harper 13.19.51 there was an offer made by somebody uh to fly with him that would have completely avoided the tragedy. 13.20.04 and he probably shouldn't have been flying, at least not without somebody else who's very experienced.vo5another revelation - an instrument on the plane could have prevented the tragedy ----clips airk today show jfk flight 05.12.28 there was that fully functioning autopilot on that aircraft that could have saved his life saved the lives of those two final women and yet it wasn't engaged.sting$w1 16 c2.5 g 0 (grant) the brazen killing of a
rhino at a zoo near paris... has zoo security in the spotlight... poachers reportedly broke into the wildlife park on tuesday..shot the rhino in the head three times...then sawed off its horn.. white rhino horns are estimated to sell for as much as 3 thousand dollars an ounce. the horns are often ground into powder and used for medical purposes...some believe it can cure everything from cancer to a hangover. this is the first known killing of a rhino for it's horn too happen at a zoo.. the san francisco zoo and safari west in santa rosa are the two bay area locations that house rhino's.. they both say they are aware of the incident and have 24 hour security at their facilities. (grant) turning our attention to weather as we take a live look at the golden gate bridge.... cheif
meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now with your complete forecast... a ridge of high pressure will continue to build across our region over the next several days while mild temperatures will see a few additional degree) highs will be generally in the 60s at the coast with 70s to lower 80s inland. lows will mostly be in the 40s and 50s. longer range guidance indicates that the ridge will flatten next week which will allow some cooling plus a chance for light rain to potentially return to the north bay as a system moves to the coast around wednesday. right now the bulk of the moisture is expected to remain north of our area.
bakery? the smell of dessert delights was enough to attract kron 4's spencer blake to trade places with a popular pie maker. (vicki) here's what they turned out. "i'm spencer blake in oakland, and if i weren't a reporter for kron four news, i'm not sure exactly what i'd be doing. but baking sure does sound fun, so i'm doing a job swap with the piemakers at pietisserie.""hey! i'm jaynelle. welcome to pietisserie!i hear we're swapping jobs today, right. mm-hmm!""here's an apron. we don't want to get flour all over you.""we're going to be making a mixed berry pie. we're using blackberries, raspberries, and blueberry." "grab that bowl of flour.we need a pinch of salt.or , as i learned, don't be afraid to add two."let me see your pinch. ok, when i say pinch, i mean like this.that's a hefty pinch!a hefty pinch.""ya know, if you don't put enough salt in your crust it turns out really bland.jaynelle learned the art of pie-making in high school, and opened her business with just three pie recipes.now, she has dozens, and the crust is the most
pivotal part."we're going to do something that you've done before, but probably not with butter. we're going to grate it in.like a cheese grater? exactly. everybody has one of these, and it's just very easy."(nats of cheese grater tapping)"you wanna toss that almost like a salad."another trick is to incorporate ice cold waterjust a little at a time.until the dough starts to feel just right."i'm gonna show you how hard i'm squeezing this dough. may i grab your hand?yeah, that's fine.like that.so i'm being a pansy, basically. i need to squeeze a little harder! (laughs) yeah!""ok, while that's chilling in the fridge, we're going to go ahead and make our pie filling."which is so much easier than the crust, and much faster, too. (nats of stirring).after a lesson on frequent flips and rotations, we put the dough in the tin, filled it, topped it"so there's no way i can mess this up then.no way.i don't know, i could surprise you!"and gave it an egg wash.and forty minutes latersweet, flaky dessert is served."okay, you literally made a perfect pie. you think so?i do.could you sell that?alright, so i'm hired then, right, for the swap-a-job?yeah, they're gonna need a new reporter.maybe you could do it.""i'm i standing in an okay place?i'm so curious about where your day takes you, reporting the news.
well - hey, that was great, by the way - we could be all over the place. i'm general assignment, so i could be in san jose one day and marin county the next day and concord the day after that. given that you're reaching so many people day after day and you're talking about light things to serious things, do you feel a sense of responsibility doing that?i try to! i like to think that i do. i try to be very sensitive to other people's feelings."at pietisserie in oakland, jaynelle st. jean, kron four news." (ááávicki/2-shotááá) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5. (ááágrant/2- shotááá) steve aveson and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (steve) drama still
unfolding in san francisco. a person is barricaded in a residential san francisco building... and police have the place surrounded. it's been going on for about four hours now, and we are there live tonight with late details. (catherine) also -- three years late.. but it's still a sight of delight. bringing bart closer to the south bay. (catherine) and the highest selling beverage in the u.s. we'll reveal what that is. more news still ahead... kron 4 news at six starts in 70 seconds. we'll be right back.
we've been on top of this story since it began unfolding late this afternoon. we have a map that gives you an idea of where exactly the stand-off is happening right now. the suspect... a woman... is reported holed up in a building on valencia street... between 16th and 17th. kron 4's hermela aregawi is at the scene... what have you learned.? ( hermela ) bcn45:sf: update: valencia street shut down for barricaded suspect bcn45 -update on advisory (bcn43) a busy street in san francisco's mission district is shut down this afternoon as police try to negotiate with a barricaded suspect with a gun, a police spokesman said. police responded to reports of a person with a gun in the 500 block of valencia street between 16th and 17th streets shortly before 2 p.m., according to police spokesman officer robert rueca. the suspect is now barricaded there and police are working with hostage negotiators to get the person to surrender. all vehicular and pedestrian traffic is shut down on valencia street.
residents in the area have been ordered to shelter-in place, police said. the closure of the busy thoroughfare is causing heavy traffic in the area. san francisco municipal railway buses are being rerouted. scottmorris0344p03/10/17 contact: san francisco police (415) 837-7395 ( hermela ) ( steve ) we first sent out a push alert about this breaking news just before 3 p- m. you can be the first to
know about stories through the kron four mobile app. just make sure you enable the alerts when you set it up. the app is available for free for apple and android devices. (steve) high tension in the east bay.. over what's flying at one house. a homeowner has a confederate flag on display (catherine) and some neighbors are angry and upset.... kron four's philippe djegal reports from brentwood... (philippe) 20-years living in brentwood... and, felicia purcell says her jaw- dropped while passing her neighbor's display.felicia purcell/neighbor- ""shock. i was headed to the mechanic yesterday, and, um, had to take a double take." not just because of the confederate flag hanging on the side of this house on craig court... which purcell believes symbolizes racism...felcia purcell/neighb or- "but then i thought, ok, you know, i've seen that before, but it was the sign that shocked me. that he would threaten to shoot anyone who touched either one of the flags -- that was offensive to me."nats/ homeowner's wife- "can you turn your camera off please? (reporter) i can't its for my safety." initially... the homeowner's wife slammed the door on me when i approached to talk about the flag. nats/tenant- "he's like, well
i'm here because your flags being a problem. i'm a tenant here." not long after, a tenant in the home called the police on me... minutes earlier... the tenant removed the sign.nats/tenant- "this sign was posted because we had community members, coming and tearing down the flags." the man behind the flag, eric harvey, eventually came home and spoke with me. he says the flags been up for about a week where it stands.eric harvey/homeowner- "the reason i'm flying it? its more or less a redneck thing, because of being a cowboy. it's just, to me its more a stand point of just the rowdy, get rowdy, get crazy, just do stupid things, haha."bridge i did reach out to the mayor of brentwood about this situation... and, after he conferred with the chief of police... he says this is an example of freedom of expression. he says that eric harvey has every right to fly this flag. he is not breaking any laws or city ordinances.eric harvey/homeow ner- "you wouldn't consider yourself a racist? i'm the last thing i am is a racist." harvey's friend -- doctor burt broussard gave him the flag as a gift.dr. burt broussard/harvey's friend- "i don't find it offensive. people are just being too pc correct about stuff."eric harvey/homeowner- "(reporter) you know, people are going to draw parallels to you being a trump supporter and the flag. i know. (reporter) does that bother you or was it expected? i kind of expected it. not this much, but i expected it." eric havery/homeowner- "do you plan on keeping it up or after all of this, will you consider taking it down? uh, i probably
a stunning revelation today from the c-h-p - following a shooting yesterday on i-80. if you think there's been a rash of shootings in the bay area... you're right. ( catherine )(on cam) we have new details on the suspects involved in the richmond incident.( steve )(on cam) at the same time... we also learned some disturbing facts about the amount of violence on bay area freeways. kron 4's haaziq madyun has the story. this recent freeway shooting on interstate 80 in richmond revealed an alarming statistic about these crimeslt. jason reardon/california highway patrol"the last time we spoke i think we were at least in the 80's since late 2014 i mean late 2015"chp investigators say on freeways in the 9 bay area counties there has been at least 80 shootings, predominantly taking place in alameda and contra costa counties says california police lt. jason reardonlt. jason reardon/california highway patrol"obviously it is a high number. it's higher than any of us would want and we come to work everyday trying to solve these cases"lt. reardon says vast majority of these freeway shootings are
unsolved. however here is what investigators knowlt. jason reardon/california highway patrol"like i mentioned the majority of these are targeted" that includes thursday's shooting on the i-80 in richmondlt. jason reardon/california highway patrol"we do believe the suspects that are involved are affiliated with gangs"targeted gang shootings appear to be the motive. investigators say they need help from the community to get the shooters behind barslt. jason reardon/california highway patrol"as an example in this particular case was great because we had civilian witnesses that were cooperative and helped us out" three suspects, one adult and two junveniles have been arrested in connection to thursdays freeway shooting. in vallejo haaziq madyun kron4news ( steve ) a bank robber remains on the loose tonight in the north bay. san rafael police say the suspect
walked into the westamerica bank just before 10 this morning. the branch is on mitchell boulevard... just off highway 101. they say the man walked in and handed a teller a note... demanding money. after getting some cash... he escaped on foot. police say he was well- dressed... wearing a shirt, tie and coat. he also had black-framed glasses. the man is described as being black... 25 to 35 years old.. with short, black hair. (catherine) people who live in san francisco's normally quiet sunset district are on edge tonight..after a recent rash of burglaries in that area.(steve) kron4's maureen kelly talked to neighbors who are taking precautions. we first told you back in february about a number of residential burglaries...also known as hot prowls....happe ning in the sunset.here's video allegedly showing one in progress at a home on 20th and vicente.now police say the man in that video has been arrested. they say 23 year old evan underwood is a serial burglar and responsible for at least 4 break in's. he was taken into custody wednesday night....but police don't
think he's behind another break in that happened wednesday afternoon here on morningside drive. the thieves got away with a safe full of guns and other valuables.i'm nervous i'm very concerned.someone who lives across the street shows me her back door and windows that she plans to get bars for...asap. i'm worried about someone breaking in when i'm asleep just down the block i found a man who installs window bars just wrapping up giving an estimate to yet another neighbor.he says he's getting a lot of business in this area gates and window guards mostly gateshis client didn't want to appear on camera..... all the neighbors are feeling rather insecure. windows and door don't seem to filter out bad elements that filter thru the neighborhood at times.the neighbors feel like it's a matter of who's next rather than this being the end of it police don't think any of the guns stolen ended up being the one fired here thursday night....wounding one man on the corner of 47th and vicente...i heard the gunshots i couldn't tell if it was fireworks or notmark staton is just today getting cameras installed in his home...not because of the shooting that happened just down the street....from his home of 30 years....but because of the increase in break ins.it's
just a shame that it has to happen.the police captain of the taravel station posted online today that three people were taken into custody in connection and the suspected shooter has been booked in connection with that shooting at 47th and vicente. maureen kelly kron4 news ( catherine ) since president trump has taken office, reports of immigration raids have increased, as ice agents pull undocumented workers from their homes, cars and restaurants. ( steve ) now restaurant owners are organizing and fighting back. kron 4's dan kerman is live in san francisco with more on the sanctuary restaurant movement.
( dan) (dan kerman)if you walk into don ramon's mexican restaurant in san francisco, you will be greeted buy this sign which makes it clear this place is part of the sanctuary restaurant movement. assemblyman david chiu/d-san franciscosan francisco and our sf restaurant industry is stepping up to say we want to make sure our restaurants are safe for our workers that we are training immigrant workers in their rights that we are doing everyting we can to standup against the trump administration and support our workers.as reports of ice raids have escalated, the golden gate restaurant association and some 200 bay area restaurants have signed on, and the hope is that number will continue to grow. nati ramirez/don ramon's restaurantwe all have to take risks in life and if we don't how can we make a change and i think all the restaurants in sf might be fearful but they have to take this risk we have to be part of this movement together.nati ramirez says employees at her restaurant and others are fearful of what will happen. but she says that only part of the reason she decided to join the fight it is personal because i grew up with immigrant parents and
i knew how they suffered and i know they tried to work to make a better life and a better world for us.to that end the golden gate restaurant association will hold an workshop at don ramons to educate employers and employees ice cannot just come in and pick up patrons and employees mario salgado is an immigration attorney working with the sanctuary restaurant movement. mario salgado/immigration attorneyif somebody gets picked up they have rights to stay here depending how long they've been here, if theyre afraid to go back to their country , whether they are victims of a crime. the ice officers aren't going to tell people that but restaurants can really help so people can know what their rights are. ( dan)
( catherine ) could it be a washout this year for some of california's winemakers??? the ominous sign for some grape growers. ( steve ) and porch pirates hit a bay area neighborhood. we have some of the video of thieves in action and what police are telling victims to do.( catherine ) some people hit hard by the san jose flood could be out of luck. the group that might not get any financial help.
the devastating coyote creek flood in san jose last month left hundreds ofpeople homeless. many of them are back home again - but not all. kron four's rob fladeboe tonight reports on a call for thechronically homeless to be included in the flood relief effort. amanda fukamoto/homeless< "...you can see how high the water was here...'amanda fukamoto, whose home was a tent pitched here along coyote creek near old oakland road, is among the hundreds of homeless people who lost everything when they escaped theflood. amanda fukamoto/homeless< "......'m pretty sure that everybody out here feels left behind...."> fukamoto is talking about the coyote creek relief fund that is helping other flood victims get back on their feet. long time homeless advocate pastor
scott wagers says those who have called the creek home are much worse off now than before the flood.pastor scott wagers/advocate for homeless< "....if you have $6million dollars at least give some to the homeless.. i think it's legitimate, it's logical and it's humane. to simply say they were already homeless is sending the wrong message...">for it's part, the city says it warned the homeless in advance to get away from the creek and indeed rescued several people during the flood and that it is already spending millions of dollars on programs to help the homeless.ray bramson/san jose housing dept.< '...the city has been committed to working on issues surrounding homelessness, investing over $70 million dollars in the last two years to create housing opportunities, invest in services and create outreach with a lot of work on the ground to get people housed...">pastor scott wagers < '.....why not give them a piece of this money....they don't need much....enough for a few tents and tarps, the city saysthey want to get them into housing, when, three years from now when they're ready to die...?">thursday's public hearing on the flood heard from still others, property owners and renterswho were hurt by the flood and are also in need of help. but with no address with which to apply for relief, amanda fukamoto is not expecting much
and has already returned to the creekside, the only home she claims to have have known for the past five years.amanda fukamoto/homeless< '....well, we have to keep in mind that we're not supposed to be here in the first place, we're here illegally and that'sjust the way society is going to look at it, you know, like if we just weren't here in the first place..."> ( steve ) in the santa cruz mountains... a stretch of highway 35 is still washed out. our helicopter partners at a-b-c 7 news shot this video near las cumbres road this afternoon. it has been nearly a month since the road simply crumbled away. there still is no timetable for when this portion of the road will reopen. caltrans
is weighing its options to repair it. they are considering patching and repaving or building a bridge of some sort. ( catherine ) too much water this winter could result in a problem for some of california's wine-makers.( steve ) in the central valley, grape growers say their crops are literally drowning. steve large takes us to one lodi vineyard that looks more like a florida swamp. brett koth, vintnerhalf of the plantable acres here, are underwater here.they dont take well to being submerged for months and months like this. this probably isnt in the manual...for growing grapes. no.hahaha...no its not oc; 3:59 for some lodi winemakers--the 2017 vintage--will never escape this soggy image..brett koth is a third generation lodi vineyard owner. most everybody's in the same boat.. ha..sorry..hakoth took this photo of his sister canoeing through their vineyard in january..."yeah itll be an interesting year"now march his vines are still knee deep in water"we could pump it out but
it would be right...first where would we put it...and second it would just come right back. koth's mokelumne glen vineyard lies--along the now flooded mokulumne river... along with many other grape growers--who are seeing their livelihoods--sunk by this years historic storms."this ground is really soft now and you sink in--and you lose your boots."7 of the family's 15 acres are underwater.making pruning impossible."what can i do haha." the youngest vines will likely die.i've probably lost my investment right here, on these oc; 4:17a grape crop struggling to surviveleaving this vineyard owner's 2017 vintage aa full body of frustration..you start getting algae growing in... a picture perfect friday along the san francisco
waterfront... this beautiful view... courtesy of quadcopter four...(anchor toss to brittney) a ridge of high pressure will continue to build across our region over the next several days while mild temperatures will see a few additional degree) highs will be generally in the 60s at the coast with 70s to lower 80s inland. lows will mostly be in the 40s and 50s. longer range guidance indicates that the ridge will flatten next week which will allow some cooling plus a chance for light rain to potentially return to the north bay as a system moves to the coast around wednesday. right now the bulk of the moisture is expected to remain north of our area.
( steve ) in the east bay - a series of thefts - and it is all on video. residents say it they are getting fed up and want police to step in. take a look for yourself. a viewer sent in this video showing a person watching up and snatching a package right off his porch. in another video another person does the same thing, and in yet another video, a man takes a bouquet of flowers from in front of the home. it has all happened in hayward in the mount eden community.
the first station that's part of an extension to bart's fremont line is set to begin service march 25th. the long-in-the-works project on the warm springs station is finally complete. you can see it here in video shot by our helicopter partners with a-b-c news. the new station has more than 2-thousand parking spaces and 42 electric car charging stations. there are also easy connections to transit buses. the project is a welcome boost to service for the fast growing population in south fremont. (steve) a big step forward
in getting driverless vehicles onto california roads. today the dmv has released proposed regulations for autonomous vehicles. the documents are a framework for how a car manufacturer can prove to the dmv that their product is ready for testing on public roads. for example, driverless cars would need to be remotely monitored and have the ability to pull over in an emergency. today marks the start of a 45-day public comment period which will end with a public hearing in sacramento. the d-m-v say's it has granted uber permission to run two self-driving volvo s-u-v's on public roads. if you remember... last december the self-driving cars were ordered off the road because the company did not have approval from state regulators. uber eventually moved the cars to arizona. while the self-driving cars can be back on the street, uber says they won't pick up any passengers ... for now. we do not know which cities that the self-driving cars will be operated in.
( catherine ) there are lots of questions about the republicans' plan to overhaul the affordable health care act. the concern about what could happen to medicaid... and the impact it could have on a potential vote. ( steve ) plus a big decision today surround the widow of the orlando gunman and her request to get out of jail. will she be able to return to her east bay home.( catherine ) and we're following breaking news tonight on kron 4... a standoff is going on right now in san francisco's mission district. a live update in less than three minutes.
summary: a busy street in san francisco's mission district remains shut down this evening as police try to negotiate with a barricaded suspect who pulled a gun on an exterminator, a police spokesman said. police responded to reports of a person with a gun in the 500 block of valencia street between 16th and 17th streets just before 2p.m. the suspect is now barricaded there and police are working with hostage negotiators to get the person to surrender. all vehicular and pedestrian traffic is shut down on valencia street. residents in the area have been ordered to shelter-in-place the closure of the busy thoroughfare is causing heavy traffic in the area. san francisco municipal railway buses are being rerouted. (haaziq)investigators here at the california hiaghway patrol golden gate division in vallejo announce the arrests of three suspects in
thursday's car to car shooting on interstate-80sotofficer jon franzen/california highway patrol:"elliot johnhenry johnson a 24-year-old from richmond as well as two juveniles have been arrested in connection to this violent crime"lt. jason reardon/california highway patrol:"we do believe the suspects that are involved are affiliated with gangs" officials here at the california highway patrol say both remain hospitalized, one in serious condition, the other in grave condition...at chp golden gate division headquarters in vallejo haaziq madyun kron4news (phillipe djegal) in brentwood... some neighbors living on and near craig court... up in arms over one homeowner's decision to fly the confederate flag. it's been up for about a week. the homeowner says he means no harm and that the flag doesn't symbolize racism, rather patriotism. he's also posted a sign next to the flag warning those who attempt to remove the flag may be shot. the mayor and chief of police say the homeowner is not breaking any laws or city
ordinances. so, it can stay up... in brentwood, philippe djegal kron four news. (maureen kelly)in san francisco an increase on burglaries in the sunset has neighbors on edge.my goodness ooohhhh hoo hoothat's the reaction from a woman living on morningside drive on learning that one of her neighbors had a safe full of guns stolen out of his house at around 130 in the afternoon on wednesday.just down the block i found a man who installs window bars just wrapping up giving an estimate to yet another neighbor.the captain of the taravel police station is hosting a meeting wednesday night to talk to residents about these burglaries that have plagued this area.maureen kelly kron4 news (rob fladeboe)here in san jose the chronically homeless and their advocates say they too were displaced by last months flood. amanda fukamoto, among many others, were chased from their long timecampsites along
the creek and are feeling left behind by the effort to help flood victims. homeless advocates like pastor scott wagers is calling for some of the $6 million dollars relief fund to help homeless people who lost their tents, tarps and other belongings in the flood. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news a ridge of high pressure will continue to build across our region over the next several days while mild temperatures will see a few additional degree) highs will be generally in the 60s at the coast with 70s to lower 80s inland. lows will mostly be in the 40s and 50s. longer range guidance indicates that the ridge will flatten next week which will allow some cooling plus a chance for light rain to potentially return to the north bay as a system moves to the coast around wednesday. right now the bulk of the moisture is expected to remain north of our area.
(catherine) the wife of the orlando pulse nightclub shooter will stay in jail until her trial....a federal judge made the decision today. . the 500-thousand-dollar bond to release noor salman has been revoked at the request of prosecuters. that reversed a decision made by a lower court judge in oakland. salman had been living in the east bay - after the massacre carried out by her husband which left 49- people dead. she has pleaded not guilty to charges of aiding and abetting, and obstruction of justice. ( steve ) all the talk today from white house was about pushing through the house republican's plan to replace obamacare.( catherine ) emily schmidt - with our partners at c-n-n - is in washington with the presidential full-court press. pres. donald trump: "we must act now to save americans from the imploding obamacare disaster."president trump's meeting with key house republicans began very much on- script.pres. donald trump: "this is the time we're going to get it done. we're working
together, getting results, we have tremendous spirit, and i think it's something that's going to happen very shortly." no surprises in front of the cameras--complimenting the obamacare replacement bill already approved by two committees in the house -- portraying a perfectly healthy progression.behind the scenes, however, there are symptoms prompting concerns.reporter: "are you open to moving up the medicaid freeze date?" that question---whether house majority leader kevin mccarthy thinks it's a good idea to move up a rollback of a medicaid expansion from its current sunset in 2020 is important....because of this answer:rep kevin mccarthy/-r- house majority leader: "i think right now, that would be very difficult to do." republican leaders in congress say pushing that sunset up to the end of 2017---potentially creating a gap in care--could be enough to make moderate members vote against the bill. more conservative members want that early rollback and cnn reports president trump is now open to it as well. republicans need to stay largely united to outnumber democrats against the obamacare repeal.rep. nancy pelosi/-d- minority leader:
"it's really a cruel bill that the republicans have put forth. and it will increase the number of uninsured in our country." rep. greg walden/chairman of the house energy and commerce committee: "the president renewed his committment to our process and was very pleased with our work." the post-white house meeting message stuck with unity: house republican leaders staying on script, hoping their bill stays on track. in washington, i'm emily schmidt ( steve ) you would think that soda is the best selling beverage in the united states. it's held the title for years. findout what has bumped from the top spot. it's okay to cry, right? no more! we don't want anymore! [crying] ahhhhhhhhhh! everyday price and no extra monthly fees, unlike cable. speeds up to 45 megs, for $30 a month. it might surprise you to
hear that bottled water is now the best selling beverage in the u-s! (steve)maybe that means american's are more healthy than assumed. a research and consulting company reported on friday that in 20-16... soda was bumped to second place when bottled water took its spot as the nation's most popular drink.the company says americans bought 12-point-8 billion gallons of bottled water last year. soda is close behind though...american's bought about 12-point- 4 billion gallons of carbonated soft drinks in the same year. (steve) ahead in sports, gary is joined by his lovely wife alicia... as they answer viewer emails. hear gary's take on a variety of topics. (catherine) also -- major news in advance of tomorrow night's pivotal matchup between the warriors and spurs. we'll tell you which superstar will not be suiting up.
(gary) and the warriors are back on the road. golden state facing the t'wolves in minnesota tonight...the first of a back-to-back that includes a showdown with san antonio tomorrow. right now-- warriors... the warriors didn't get off to a good start... they trailed by as many as 17 in the first half and were 2-of-10 on threes. we'll have full highlights on kron4 news at 8. (gary) the warriors won't be the only ones missing a star player tomorrow night against the spurs big loss for san antonio as kawhi leonard has been ruled out. the mvp candidate is in the league's concussion protocol...after taking a hit to the head in last night's game vs oklahoma city. it's a big loss as he is their leading scorer and best defender. tommorow's game is a matchup of the top two teams in the western conference.
(gary) big day for the 49ers.... as the team introduced its first crop of free agents in the john lynch and kyle shanahan era. the niners signed 10-players this week... including-- receivers pierre garcon and marquise goodwin and former raiders linebacker malcolm smith. one of the most intriguing signings is bryan hoyer... the journeyman quarterback is reuniting with shanahan as the two spent the 2014 season together in cleveland. that year was probably one of the best of hoyer's career. let's hear from the new niners qb. " i feel like we kind of have some unfinished business from cleveland. we didn't get even a full year. so, to get another chance to be in this system, to be around him. he talked about knowing the type of guy i am, i know the type of guy he is too and i know that this is his life and you want to be around a coach like that." (gary)
>> dr. stanley: we can understand realize that it's through the gospel that you and i can be absolutely assured at what paul said when he said, "absent from the body, present with the lord." we don't have to fear death. it's through the gospel that our whole eternity has been changed. [music] ( steve ) the conjoined twin girls...eva and erika sandoval from the sacramento- area who were seperated back in december are expected to be headed home in just a few weeks..( catherine ) the 2 and a half year old girls were
joined from the chest down and it took a 50-member medical team and 17 hours to successfully separate them. the operation happened at stanford childrens hospital december 6th.. doctors say the girls are doing well -- and blossoming into their own personalities.. the girls had shared a third leg.. each twin still has one leg and retained portions of the organs
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