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(vicki) as chuck said the fire was threatening some homes near the high school on hansen court... but firefighters have slowed the spread of the fire toward those homes.(steve) still seeing the flames and smoke so close to their neighborhoods had many home owners concerned. terisa estacio talked to some residents in moraga this afternoon... she joins us live from the scene with what they had to say. terisa? (vicki) strong winds and warm
temperatures are helping fuel this fire... plus there is a heat advisory is in effect for the entire bay area until thursday.... (steve) chief meteorologist brittney joining us now - with more on this bay area heat wave. and the fire conditions in moraga...brit? although temperatures will be a little cooler compared to sunday, very warm to hot conditions will continue through thursday. a heat advisory also remains in effect for most inland areas through thursday. more
plant. the fire started around 4:30 this morning... on goodyear road about five miles northeast of the valero refinery. crews believe the fire started somewhere in the piles of wood at the plant - and it quickly spread to some nearby grass. it then became dangerously close to highway 680... causing a traffic backup for morning commuters. crews remain on scene and are looking for any flare ups. no injuries have been reported and no structures damaged. (steve)and don't forget to download the kron four mobile app. you can get breaking news alerts sent right to your phone... plus you can find your bay area forecast forecast on the app - or on our website kron four dot com. (vicki) we are following another breaking news story out of santa rosa... police say are investigating
after finding three people dead including two children. santa rosa police were called to a home on slater street near college avenue around 10 this morning... for a dispute between a husband and wife - regarding a child custody violation. when officers arrived at the home - they found the two children, a 6-year-old girl and an 18 month-old boy, dead. the cause of death of the two children is still undetermined. the father was found hanging in a bedroom nearby. police determined this case to be a murder/suicide... and there is no threat to the public. this incident remains under investigation. (vicki) the three men arrested in suspicion of beating a lyft driver last march pleaded not guilty to any felony charges... all three suspects remain in custody they were arrested after vandalizing the driver's car -- allegedly beating him up and running over his leg with a dirt bike in a sideshow near highway 101. the lyft driver's had to get surgery on his injured leg c-h-p is still searching for the fourth suspect, quintrell anderson.
later this month -- all three suspects will be in court for preliminary hearing (steve) new details on a case involving a former santa cruz brain surgeon shows he has been molesting children for years.(steve) doctor james kohut, pleaded not guilty last week to ten felony charges of molesting two boys and a girl under the age of 14. the santa cruz district attorney's office says kohut also attempted to impregnate women. a judge is determining a bail amount for kohut, but the district attorney's office is arguing against bail. kohut is scheduled to be back in court on june 28. (vicki) the ups employees that were killed last week... were remembered today duringa prayers service outside the san francisco facility. in the meantime questions being raised today about security at the facility. kron 4 's dan kerman joins us live at the san francisco ups facility with more. dan?
natstoday we remember wayne and mike and benson and jimmy they are loved, they will be missed that none of us will ever be quite the samemore than 100 people gathered outside ups' san francisco customer center for an interfaith prayer service for benson louie, mike lefiti and wayne chan, the three drivers who were shot and killed last week by fellow driver jimmy lam natsthe fabric of life has been torn, hearts break open, each of those lost were not a number or a headline, but a whole person, as real and alive as each of us here with parents children brothers and sister friends and co-workers.
many of the victims co workers were at the service sot chris heifner/ups drivermike was a good friends of mine, benson and wayne i knew pretty well , i just want to be here to show my respectswhile many drivers have notsot leo parker/ups driveri don't know when i will go back to work, it's a very shocking thing, most of it happened in front of me , so some of the images you cant get out your head , so when i'm raedy i'll go back.in the meantime the motive for the shooting remains a mystery also unclear how the shooter got a weapon inside.sot joseph cilia/teamsters unionthere's 4 main entrances where the drivers came in and they all have metal detectorsunion officials wants some answers. at this point they don't know if the metal detectors weren't manned on the day of the shooting or if they weren't operating correctlysotwe'd like to know what they are planning on doing to restructure their security if in fact they are
(steve) relief is on its way to victims of the coyote creek flood in san jose. san jose mayor sam liccardo announced today... that the passage of the state budget will provide 5- point-four million dollars for case management and support services... related to febraury's floods. thousands of people were forced to evacuate after days of rain - caused coyote creek to overflow. (vicki) another attack on the streets of london... (vicki) after a man plows his vehicle into a crowd of people. what we are learning about the situation there - coming up next. (steve) plus, police are investigating a hate crime in sacramento - after several swastikas were found painted on a church. how police hope to track down the suspects. (vicki) but
but no bystanders or police were hurt.(steve)in britain, a man drove a van into a crowd of worshippers leaving a mosque.he reportedly said he wanted to kill all muslims. (vicki)pam moore is in the newsroom with what we are learning about the suspect.pam? (pam) police have not released his name, but british media have identified him as 47=year=old darren osborne. the father of four is being held on suspicion of murder and terrorism.he is accused of plowing into a crowd of muslims... after late night services at a london mosque. natit happened just after midnight on monday morning in the largely muslim neighborhood of finsley park in north londoni see a white van. i see people screaming, shouting, extremely devastated. "a big van crushing the people in the mosque."i was shocked. we were screaming. the van stopped and angry members of the crowd tried to attack the driver.he was a big muscley guy. he was really shouting and aggressive. he was spitting on us"he was shouting 'i did my bit' and 'you deserve it' and stuff like
this. thanks for our imam...who went quickly and grabbed the guy. the people there was trying to hit and kick the guy, but he saved him, kept him safe until the police arrived."even after being loaded in a police van, he tried to provoke bystanders by blowing them kisses. "this is actually sending a shockwave within the muslim community. .. people are using terrorist forms of means in order to now put fear into the muslim community. maybe it's a symbolic message saying 'look something's happened at london bridge, we can do the same. british islamophobia has spiked since the london bridge terror attack on june third.on june sixth london police reported 20 incidents in 24 hours.the normal number is less than four.britain's minister for security says the suspect was not known to them. "this individual did not appear on the security service's radar, we didn't have any prior knowledge of him from the security services, and of course what we've seen across europe and the rest of the world is that some of these sudden violent extremist type attacks are both incredibly difficult to anticipate but also to counter." (pam) authorities
although temperatures will be a little cooler compared to sunday, very warm to hot conditions will continue through thursday. a heat advisory also remains in effect for most inland areas through thursday. more substantial cooling is then expected from friday into the upcoming weekend. police are reminding people about the dangers of leaving pets unattended in hot cars. napa police posted this photo over the weekend to facebook... writing 'this 5- year-old girl was found alone - locked in a hot car.' it happened yesterday around noon... weekend.
police are reminding people about the dangers of leaving pets unattended in hot cars. napa police posted this photo over the weekend to facebook... writing 'this 5- year-old girl was found alone - locked in a hot car.' it happened yesterday around noon... in the south napa marketplace when an alert citizen called police. an animal control officer then measured the temperature inside the car - which was a 136 degrees. officers say the owner was out shopping... the dog was taken to a vet and animal control is now investigating. a new law passed this year in california - protects anyone who acts 'in good faith' to rescue a dog left inside a hot vehicle. (vicki) here's a good example of what not to do - while trying to beat the heat: boating under the influence. a rohnert park man was arrested over the weekend after a crash on lake sonoma. it happened around 8:30 last night... deputies on patrol found this power boat - on your scene -
had run onto shore. police say the owner of the, 52-year-old rosali vasquez, failed a sobriety test and was booked into jail on suspicion of boating under the influence. one person was hurt during the crash and taken to the hospital. the cause of the crash remains under investigation. a key road damaged in a rockslide at yosemite national park has reopened ahead of schedule. el portal road reopened saturdaygiving tourist a clear route to yosemite. park rangers say more than 100 dump trucks hauled off giant rocks and debris after a four ton rockslide came crashing down last monday. crews believed it would take until yesterday... to complete the clean-upbut ended up finishing in time for fathers day. (steve) coming up, just days before her death - actress carrie fisher tested positive for several drugs. what a new autopsy report is revealing about the actress. (vicki) and next, a
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the walls of a catholic church in sacramento are being investigated as a hate crime. (vicki) five swastikas along with other graffiti were painted over three walls last week at the st. francis of assisi parish and school. police since then have had the walls painted over. police are taking the act seriously and investigating this as a hate crime. now community members associated with the parish are speaking out over this catastrophe.
that a couple of seniors at an east bay high school are accused of drawing swastika's at the school - along with other graffiti. the students claim it was all apart of a senior prank. it happened last sunday - at irvington high school in fremont. when school officials arrived on monday... they discovered a large swastika and other graffiti scrawled on the pavement. oil and flour was dumped in the hallways. pipes and other debris was tossed into the pool along with profanity spray painted on the walls. the entire senior class had to clean up the mess... and a handful of seniors are being held accountable for the damage. (vicki) a northern california woman is in jail...accused in a bizarre attack on her own 11-year-old daughter. police say this woman kimberly felder attempted to perform an exorcism on her daughter. it happened at centerville beach near eureka - friday morning. police say kimberly felder stripped her daughter naked and started beating, biting and choking her at the secluded beach. felder told people she was trying to remove demons from the girl. the 45-year-old mother was arrested for child
abuse and attempted homicide. the girl remains in the hospital with multiple injuries - her condition is unknown at this time. (steve) the american student held in detention for 17-months in north korea... has died. coming up on kron four news, what we are learning about his condtion when he returned to the united states. and what his parents are now saying.(vicki) but first, things are heating up in the bay area. we'll show you how people in the east bay are looking to beat the heat.
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to beat the heat. the entire bay area is under a heat advisory tonight as we take a live look at the embarcadero.(vicki) we are in for a warm week before things look to cool down. (steve) let's check in with chief meteorologist brittney shipp... although temperatures will be a little cooler compared to sunday, very warm to hot conditions will continue through thursday. a heat advisory also remains in effect for most inland areas through thursday. more substantial cooling is then expected from friday into
(steve) american college student, who was detained in north korea for 17 months has died in ohio. otto warmbier (warm-beer) was in a coma when he was released by north korea. the 22-year old was sentenced to 15 years in prison -- after confessing he tried to steal a propaganda banner. doctors say he returned to the u-s with severe brain damage, but it wasn't clear what caused it. his family released a statement saying -- "the awful torturous mistreatment our son received at the hands of the north koreans ensured that no other outcome was possible beyond the sad one we experienced today". (steve)
douglass. both men were on board of the u-s-s fitzgerald when it collided with a cargo ship saturday morning. officials were able to locate all the bodies in a flooded section of the ship. (vicki) there are several key questions surrounding the trump administration as the week begins....ú will there be any change in the status of deputy attorney general rod rosenstein....and is the president actually being investigated? reporter kristen holmes has the latest out of washington. jay sekulow/trump attorney: there's been no notification to any of us that the president is under any investigation.president trump's lawyer doing damage control---insisting the president is not under investigation by special prosecutor robert mueller for
his firing of the former f-b-i director.jay sekulow/trump attorney: the department of justice, through its special counsel's office, would be investigating the president for taking the action that they recommended him to take. so, that is not obstruction of justice. despite the president himself tweeting out that he is under investigation --- president trump's lawyer -- trying to explain away the tweet-- jay sekulow/trump attorney: that tweet was in response to a "washington post" story that ran with five unnamed sources. and blaming twitter's one hundred forty character limit for the confusiontrump's tweet also taking aim at deputy attorney general rod rosenstein who wrote the memo recommending james comey's firing. democrats and republicans urging the president to allow the investigation to continue sen. marco rubio/r- senate intelligence committee: the best thing that could happen for the president and the country is a full and credible investigation.rep. adam schiff/-d- house intelligence committee/from abc news: i think anyone who knows bob mueller knows he is chizing the best people to serve on the team. people with experience in the issues he wants to investigate and believes need to be investigated. in washington, i'm kristen holmes. (steve) in washington. the senior adviser to president trump - and son-in- law...jared kushner addressed the american technology council. despite his white
house role, kushner has remained in the background, not appearing on television for interviews or tweeting, even though he has a verified account. in his speech, he touted efforts to improve the functionality of the federal government. (sot) (steve) kushner told the audience that he has experienced a different washington than he was warned about... one that's welcoming to change. (vicki) still ahead, a new autopsy report reveals a mixture of drugs found in her system... what we are learning tonight about carrie fisher's death.(steve) but first, flying has been a real headache for passengers. why airlines are seeing the number of complaints skyrocket.
some would say having dental surgery without novocain can be more pleasant than flying on a major airline. (vicki) in fact, the number of complaints about airline service skyrocketed back in april. that's according to recently released data from the department of transportation.(steve) but the airlines are still flying high in the stock market. from our partners at cnn mary moloney explains. for fliers -- it's been an
angry spring.the department of transportation fielded more than 19 hundred (1,909) complaints about airlines in april alone. that's about 70 percent more than the same month last year.the top complaint?flight problems.like cancellations -- delays -- and missed connections.passengers may have reason to complain. this year -- flights have missed their scheduled arrival times about 20 percent of the time.that's more than last year.also high on the complaint list?baggage issues. problems with ticketing and boardingcustomer serviceand fare concerns.but you can't tell there's a problem by looking at the stock market.a specific airline index that includes the four major carriers as well as some regional ones -- shows airlines are flying high, despite the complaints. but perhaps the airlines are responding to travelers' concerns. after video went viral of a bloodied passenger being removed from a united plane. united announced sweeping policy among them,
united says it will offer passengers up to 10 thousand dollars to give up seats on overbooked flights. delta has followed suit.and southwest promised to stop overbooking. changes that may make your experience a little less painful.for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney. (vicki) google is taking a step forward intensifying their campaign towards removing videos related to terrorism and hate groups. (vicki) in a blog post the company says they will double their resources of independent experts to flag any terrorist content. the company also says they plan to train more people to identify terrorism- related content faster... and to take a tougher stance on videos that contain inflammatory religious or supremacist content. (steve) the season may have wrapped up - but the work has just begun for the warriors front office. coming up, we check in with the dubs general manager bob myers... about the work that lies ahead. (brittney) i'm chief meteorologist brittney shipp, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
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a breaking story in the east bay... a grass fire burning this afternoon. pam moore is in the newsroom with what is coming up on kron 4 news at six. (pam) vicki.... as we have been reporting on air and online all afternoon... a four- alarm grass fire is burning on a hill behind campolindo high school in moraga. the fire started 2 o'clock... and has burned about 10 -acres. some nearby homes are threatened .. but firefighters have slowed the spread of the fire... and right now. it 's about ten percent contained. a shelter- in- place was issued for the residents of the homes nearby.... but no evacuations are underway. we will have the latest in a live report tonight at six. vicki now back to you. (steve) well, the warriors season is all wrapped up with the dubs bringing home a 2nd world title in three years. players can now go enjoy the off-season, but that doesn't
mean everyone in the organization gets to have a vacation. (vicki) now is the busy time for the executives...as they try to keep this roster together. this afternoon--general manager bob myers...talked about what awaits him in the off-season. mark carpenter has the story from warriors hq. it's a good problem to have, but winning a world title means the warriors front office gets a late start on handling offseason priorities. heading into the summer, the top items on the agenda are preparing for the draft and keeping this championship roster intact. "right now we are working a lot. i didn't get to go to vegas. they went to vegas, i didn't get to go to vegas. i took a couple days with my wife and kids, it's, to be honest, i wish there was a little more of a pause, but that's the price of winning, which you deal with.'one thing that'll help make bob myers' job easier...cooperation from his superstars....as it seems steph curry and kevin durant would be willing to do what it
takes to maintain 'strength in numbers'"any statement by any player expressing the fact that they like to play for our team and want to keep playing for our team is a positive. that's certainly what you want, so those are all good things. hopefully, we can do our part to make this a place where players either want to stay playing or come to play for and that's what every team wants to do."this offseason marks the first time in six years...myers won't be able to seek counsel from jerry westlast week, the hall of famer left the franchise to join the clippers front office. "i think for him, it's a great new challenge. it's in los angeles and i've always said to him, and we'll always say whatever he's happy doing makes me happy, whatever that might be."the good thing is, like i said, he'll probably still give advice on the warriors, even if it's not asked for, so it's fine."the nba draft is this thursday...and as of now, the warriors don't have any picks, but are still preparing for any situation. mark carpenter, kron4 news
(vicki) yes, the raiders will be leaving oakland in the next couple of seasons to relocate to las vegas...(steve) but it seems not everyone is too happy with the team moving to the entertainment capital the "raiders are coming" sign has been stolen. on sunday the clark county commission chairman tweeted these pictures of where the welcoming sign should be. he says "the sign may be missing, but don't worry the raiders are still coming" there are no leads as to who took it (vicki) we are following some breaking news... a fire is raging right now in the san bernardino national forest northeast of big bear lake. the "holcomb fire" has burned about 200 acres so far. no homes are threatened... but some camp grounds have been evacuated. more than a dozen calfire airplanes are being used to fight the blaze. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp.
although temperatures will be a little cooler compared to sunday, very warm to hot conditions will continue through thursday. a heat advisory also remains in effect for most inland areas through thursday. more substantial cooling is then expected from friday into the upcoming weekend. (steve) take a look at this... ever wonder what it would be like to climb a building? watch urban climber alain robert show you how it's done the 55-year- old scaled one of the tallest buildings in barcelona... with no ropes or harnesses of any kind he made it to the top of the 29-story melia hotel in just under 20 minutes robert has (steve) com. kron four dot our website the app - or on forecast on area forecast find your bay weekend. the upcoming weekend.
(vicki)and don't forget to download the kron four mobile app. you can get breaking news alerts sent right to your phone... plus you can find your bay area forecast forecast on the app - or on our website kron four dot com. (steve) take a look at this... ever wonder what it would be like to climb a building? watch urban climber alain robert show you how it's done the 55-year- old scaled one of the tallest buildings in barcelona... with no ropes or harnesses of any kind he made it to the top of the 29-story melia hotel in just under 20 minutes robert has made a career of scaling structures worldwide ... including the golden gate bridge and the eiffel tower he is known as the "french spiderman" (vicki) a mistrial.
death. coroner's determined fisher died from sleep apnea and other related issues. (vicki) the judge in the bill cosby trial declared a mistrial after the jury failed to reach a verdict in the case. the insider's louis aguirre joins us from hollywood with what's next. (----louis----)yeah so what's next for embattled tv dad,bill cosby?tonight we go inside the cosby mistrial. aptn cosby 'i want to thank the juries for their long days' "cosby's long fall from grace is in limbo as his criminal trial for the alleged rape of andrea constand ended in mistrial on saturday after 50 hours of deliberation." but it's not over for the 79 year old, who is currently free on bail. the montogmery county district attorney's office tweeting immediately - "d-a steele announces we will retry this case.sot rachel stockman bill cosby says this is a win for him but it's really not // he doesn't know what's going to happen with this case he's going to have to go through what happened in the criminal trial again'while cosby has denied the charges, he never took the stand in his defense; meanwhile, constand spent ten hours under oath recounting in
often graphic detail what she alleges took place in his mansion over 13 years ago.but unknown at the moment - how the jury of seven men and five women split, nor what led to their inability to reach a verdict on three counts of aggravated assault. could cosby's fame have played a role?sot rachel stockman it's really a case of he said she said there's not a lot of physical evidence the jurors just had to look at her andrea and they had to look at bill cosby // so who are they going to believe? (----louis----) we'll have so much more on this story tonight at 7 on the insider, for kron 4 news, i'm louis aguirre back to you (vicki) the extreme heat we are experiencing is causing concern for wine growers across the state. reporter keith carls has more from santa maria california.
i'll show you from grape to glass how this all happens... winemaker james murphy gives a brief tour of the sprawling central coast wine services winery facility in santa maria and its vast climate controlled storage facility. james murphy/sans liege wines: ideally 55 degrees is the golden temperature for me. murphy says the heat wave that's going to blast the central coast wine growing region and local wineries could spell trouble for those not equipped to protect their wines.james murphy/sans liege wines:it is paramount, it is paramount right now, that's a make or break especially when you're looking at triple digits. you're talking about perceptible degradation in any vessel that its in, stainless steel, wood, a bottle, it doesn't matter its going to degrade in a short period of time, a very short period of time.keeping barrels, tanks and bottles out of the heat and direct sunlight is vital. james murphy/sans liege wines: number one is climate control, any winemaker will tell you that the first thing that he's trying to do is to just maintain quality, that's what he is trying to do, and the biggest enemy of that is heat. (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news
at 5. steve aveson and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (pam) vicki thank you... next at six.. breaking news.. several wildfires are burning tonight... including one in the east bay... and another along interstate -80 that has part of the highway shut down. we'll have the latest.(steve) and another breaking story we are working on right now... a tragic double murder suicide involving very young children in the north bay. kron 4 news at six is next. (pam) breaking news we're
us, i'm pam moore...(steve) and i'm steve aveson... the wild fire is happening on a hillside behind campolindo high school... dangerously close to the high school football field...(pam) a shelter in place has been issued... kron's charles clifford is live at the scene of the fire ... he has the latest details on the containment numbers... chalres?
(steve) we are also following another wild fire... this further east in sacramento. the fire is burning along i-80 west near sutter's landing. a car being towed by an rv caught fire on the shoulder of the road... and that fire spread to the grass on the hills. westbound 80 is closed as firefighter work to contain the blaze. as you can
imagine, the evening commute is a mess. (steve) further to the south another fire is raging right now in the san bernardino national forest northeast of big bear lake. the "holcomb fire" has burned about 200 acres so far. no homes are threatened... but some camp grounds have been evacuated. more than a dozen calfire airplanes are being used to fight the blaze. (pam) we are following breaking news out of the north bay... where santa rosa police are investigating a double- murder suicide... it all started at a home on slater street, near college avenue around 10- this morning... police recieved calls about a dispute between a husband and wife - they were arguing over a child custody violation. when officers arrived at the home - they found the two children, a 6-year-old girl ... and an 18- month-old boy,
both dead. the cause of death of the two children has not been released.... the father was found hanging in a bedroom nearby. we have a crew at the scene... detectives are still there .. we will bring you the latest information as soon as it comes to the newsroom... ( steve ) hot weather a concern all around the bay area...(pam our chief meteorologist brittney shipp has the hot forecast details for this week.. although temperatures will be a little cooler compared to sunday, very warm to hot conditions will continue through thursday. a heat advisory also remains in effect for most inland areas through thursday. more
looking to stay cool during this heat wave... so anything from fans, air conditioners, and miniature pools are flying off the shelves at hardware stores all across the bay area. (pam) kron four's alecia reid shows us how people in the east bay are beating the heat. with steaming hot temperatures, people have been doing their best to beat the heat. plastic wrappers are
melting in cars, and folks are trying to avoid that in their homes.i had a crew come out and install an ac ceiling fans on high and the house is a cave this heat is actually bringing a lot of revenue to hardware stores. anything from fans, air conditioners, and miniature pools are flying off the shelves.it does the joband it's not just fans that are flying off the shelves. ice chests are in high demand. these shelves are normally stacked all the way to the top. people want to keep their beverages cool even when outside.it's so hot for me. i'm not a hot weather girl. it's too hotwe know it was about 111 in pittsburg and it feels like about 100 here.the children were begging to come here all year so today was perfectit's extremely hot but it's ok we're in the water having funregardless of what people do to stay cool, it's important to stay hydrated. reporting from concord..
(pam) and don't forget to download the kron four mobile app. you can get breaking news alerts sent right to your phone... plus, you can find your bay area forecast on the app - or, on our website kron four dot com. (steve) another big story tonight out of paris... where police have removed the body of a man who died after ramming his car into a police van on the famed champs- elysees. france's interior minister says this was an attempted terror attack. the car was filled with gas containers... the police forensic teams worked around the man's car, which caught fire after one of the containers exploded inside... no one else was injured in the attack. police said the 31-year-old man had been flagged for extremism. france's anti-terrorism prosecutor has opened an investigation. (pam) and in london, eight people are in the
hospital... after a man plowed his vehicle into pedestrians outside a mosque .... as worshippers were praying. another man was found dead at the scene ... but police are not sure if he died as a result of the attack. right now ... police believe the attacker acted alone .... and tonight he is being identified as darren osborne.... reporter rylee carlson is there in london with the latest: evening worship turned to terror ... as a van plowed into people leaving a mosque in north london.it happened early monday morning - just after midnight local time at the finsbury park mosque -- after ramadan prayers had concluded.one witness described the scene:toufik kacimi/ceo, muslim welfare house: "the guy after doing what he did was shouting 'i did my bit' and 'you deserve it' and stuff like this. thanks for our imam...who went quickly and grabbed the guy. the people there was trying to hit and kick the guy, but he saved him, kept him safe until the police arrived."london
metropolitan police said a 48- year-old male suspect was arrested at the scene.video and pictures provided to cnn by witnesses show a man being detained and then later arrested by police.prime minister theresa may condemned the attack:theresa may/british prime minister: "it was an attack that, once again, targeted the ordinary and the innocent going about their daily lives. this time - british muslims, as they left the mosque having broken their fast and prayed together at this sacred time of year." extra police officers have been deployed and officials say they are investigating the incident as an act of terrorism neil basu/dept assistant commissioner met police: "this is being treated as a terrorist attack and the counterterrorism command is investigating. this was an attack on london and all londoners."reporting from london, i'm rylee carlson (pam) the attack comes on the heels of another incident at london bridge, in which three men rammed a van into pedestrians... and then went on a stabbing spree at nearby bars and restaurants.
eight people died. this is the third attack in london since march.. that involves using a vehicle as a weapon against pedestrians. (steve) tonight we are learning that the american college student, who was detained in north korea for 17 months... has died in ohio. otto warmbier (warm-beer) was in a coma when he was released by north korea. the 22-year old was sentenced to 15 years in prison -- after confessing he tried to steal a propaganda banner. doctors say he returned to the u-s with severe brain damage, but it wasn't clear what caused it. his family released a statement saying -- "the awful torturous mistreatment our son received at the hands of the north koreans ensured that no other outcome was possible beyond the sad one we experienced today". (pam) president trump's lawyer is doing damage control... insisting the president is not under investigation... for his firing of the former f-b-i director. this... despite the president himself tweeting
out - that he is under investigation . typing quote - "i am being investigated for firing the fbi director.. by the man who told me to fire the fbi director! witch hunt..." they are now blaming twitter's one- hundred- forty character limit for the confusion. one of the president's personal lawyers... jay sekulow... insisted, the president is not under investigation.... but then, he all but admitted, he can't be sure. (sot) "no one has notified us that he is so i can't read people's minds but i can tell you this, we have not been notified that there is an investigation of the president of the united states." trump's tweet also taking aim at deputy attorney general rod rosenstein who wrote the memo recommending james comey's firing. (pam) cuba's foreign minister has rejected president trump's new policy toward the island nation. saying quote - " we will never negotiate under pressure or under threat" and refusing to return u.s. fugitives who have received asylum in cuba. foreign
minister bruno rodriguez also said... trump's restrictions on transactions with the cuban military would not achieve their objective of weaking the government. he said, they would instead create unity behind the communist leadership. (steve) coming up on kron4 news at six... the seven u-s navy sailors killed in a ship crash in the waters near japan have been identifed... and tonight we are learning two of them are from california... details ahead..(pam) plus... a new study sheds light on gun violence and children... we'll tell you which state came in with the highest numbers...(steve) and after the break... workers and residents are demanding answers after three people were killed by their co-worker at a u-p-s facility in san francisco last week... the new concerns they have about the security procedures...
(steve) a new study out tonight is shedding light on gun violence in the u-s. from 2012 to 2014 - on average nearly 13-hundred kids die each year from a gun-related injury. that's according to a study published in the journal pediatrics today... they found that more than half were homicides and 38-percent were suicides. about three percent were from saccidentally shooting themsleves.. the district of columbia and louisiana had the highest rates of child gun deaths. researchers also found delaware, hawaii, maine and new hampshire -- had 20 or fewer deaths. (steve) questions are growing tonight about security at san francisco's u-p-s facility this after last weeks murder of three drivers
by a co-worker. these questions come as workers and residents gathered at the facility to remember those who's lives were lost. kron 4's dan kerman is live at the facility tonight with the latest details... ups prayer service 0619176pkg more than a hundred people gathered outside ups's san francisco customer center during the noon hour monday to remember benson louie, mike lefiti and wayne chan, the three drivers who were shot and killed last week by fellow driver jimmy lam. sotall of them were good friends, it's just a sad thing the interfaith prayer service was coordinated by the san francisco archdiosese as a way of bringing healingsot each of these men should have had many more years to laugh and to learn ,to relish love and share memories many of those in attendance were ups customers sot leo parker/ups driverit just shows the love they have for their drivers we take care of a lot of people and everybody loves us , we have a job, we go out and do
it and people respect us for what we do.also on hand co-workers of those who's lives were lost.sot chris heifner/ups driver it's tough to be here where all these terrible things have happened, it changes the mood and atmosphere of the place so it is difficult in the meantime, questions tonight about how the shooter got a weapon past the metal detectors at the facilities 4 entrances sot joseph cilia/teamsters union they do have metal detectors here, whether they operate to the levels , obviously something happened here a weapon was brought into the facility.the union that reperesents the drivers wants some answerssotin this day and age they need to beef up security everywhere./security everywhere (pam) the u-s navy says.... there will be an investigation into saturday's deadly collison between the u- s-s fitzgerald.... and a container ship everywhere/security everywhere
s-s fitzgerald.... and a container ship near japan... they have recovered the bodies of seven sailors who were found dead in the flooded compartments. tonight, we are learning the names of the seven sailors... the ages ranges from as young as 19-years -old to 37-years old...and two of them were from california.... 23-year-old fire controlman second -class carlos victor ganzon sibayan is from know the city at this time. and 25-year-old yeoman third- class - shingo alexander douglass from san diego... the others are from virginia... ohio...connecti cut... texas and maryland... (steve) in portugal-- the death toll of a massive wildfire climbs to 63. only 25 bodies have been identified. more than 700 crews are still trying to contain the deadly fire officials say some of the victims were burned to death in their cars as they tried to escape the flames. more than 130 were injured in the
fire -- four firefighters remain in critical condition let's take a look outside right now for the current conditions in the bay area...(pam) chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now with the forecast. although temperatures will be a little cooler compared to sunday, very warm to hot conditions will continue through thursday. a heat advisory also remains in inland areas through thursday. more substantial cooling is then expected from friday into the upcoming weekend. (pam) this morning in belmont--
an apartment was up in flames firefighters arrived around nine. the fire happend on sixth avenue. crews were still arriving to the scene when a kron4 viewer took these pictures officials don't know what caused the fire -- no injuries have been reported (steve) coming up... it may soon be illegal to sell a smartphone to kids under 13 years old... where it's happening and why....(pam) and to post or not to post... that is the question... find out how students social media posts can prevent them from getting into college.. we'll explain....
((steve)) new tonight on kron 4 news at eight...parents of new born babies...listen up.a new study found detectable levels of lead...in baby food. you might be surprised at the common foods that were contaminated.find out what the centers for disease control is saying about this new report...tonight on kron 4 news at eight. who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. do yno, not really. head & shoulders? i knew that not the one you think you know
should smartphones be sold to children under the age of 13? some people in colorado say "no", and they want to bring that question to the ballot box next year. reporter shaul turner talked to the group behind this initiative... nat sound:when skating or scootering at denver's skate park ... kids are texting talking, or taking pictures. they couldn't imagine life without a smartphone.child: "i'd probably be lost."child: "tumblr, facebook, all gone." reporter:"instagram."child:
"messaging, facetime ... everything done."to doctor timothy farnum ... that's not a bad thing ... he and 2 other doctors started a group called paus ... "parents against underage smartphones". dr. timothy farnum:"we see this in the same light as maybe alcohol or cigarettes." farnum is the father of 5. he sees kids constantly on smartphones as addiction to an electric pacifier.dr. timothy farnum:"the kids aren't playing out there anymore. there are certain critical stages of development that are not happening."so paus is gathering signatures to get an initiative on the 2018 ballot that would prohibit the sale of smartphones to children under 13.alisha wilkins:"i think that that's not a bad idea."new mom alisha wilkins is curious. but others at "the mama'hood" in lohi say "no" to the initiative. molly mills has 3 daughters.molly mills:"i don't disagree with the fact that it can be dangerous in the wrong hands but i think that we need to teach responsibility." 11 year old ethan farnum understands his father's concern. but he says his phone was stolen, now he won't get another until he turns 13. (pam) the ballot
initiative, if approved, would fine retailers who sell smartphones to those under 13 after being warned. fines could reach up to 20-thousand dollars. (steve) college admissions experts have some advice for students trying to get into college....(pam) think... before you post on social media.(steve)this comes after harvard university's decision to revoke admissions of 10 students for offensive facebook messages. (sidepanel1) students posted jokes about the holocaust and sexual assault on a private facebook group for incoming harvard freshmen. (sidepanel 2) admission experts say students should stay cleer of any silly or offensive post.(sidepanel 3) admissions experts say that college hopefuls should avoid posting anything that they wouldn't want their grandmother to say. (pam) coming up... it's been an angry spring for anyone who took a trip on a plane... hear what airlines are doing to try to make customers happier.(steve)
meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now... brittney how much hotter is it going to get? although temperatures will be a little cooler compared to sunday, very warm to hot conditions will continue through thursday. a heat advisory also remains in effect for most inland areas through thursday. more substantial cooling is then expected from friday into the upcoming weekend. (brittney) and don't forget to (brittney)
complaints about airline service skyrocketed in april.... so much .... that some people are saying they would rather have dental surgery without novocain ... rather than head to the airport....(steve) that's according to recently released data from the department of transportation. but the airlines say their recent flying numbers are still high... especially in the stock market.(pam) reporter mary moloney explains what some airlines are now doing.. to try and make customers happier when they travel. for fliers -- it's been an angry spring.the department of transportation fielded more than 19 hundred (1,909) complaints about airlines in april alone. that's about 70 percent more than the same month last year.the top complaint?flight problems.like cancellations -- delays -- and missed connections.passengers may have reason to complain. this year -- flights have missed their scheduled arrival times about 20 percent of the time.that's more than last year.also high on the complaint list?baggage issues. problems with ticketing and boardingcustomer serviceand fare concerns.but you can't tell there's a problem by looking at the stock market.a
specific airline index that includes the four major carriers as well as some regional ones -- shows airlines are flying high, despite the complaints. but perhaps the airlines are responding to travelers' concerns. after video went viral of a bloodied passenger being removed from a united plane. united announced sweeping policy changes.among them, united says it will offer passengers up to 10 thousand dollars to give up seats on overbooked flights. delta has followed suit.and southwest promised to stop overbooking.changes that may make your experience a little less painful.mary moloney kron4 news. (pam) now at 6:30... we are following breaking news out of santa rosa where police are investigating a double-murder suicide...(steve) kron4's j-r stone is live at the home in santa rosa with details on what happened and what detectives are saying this evening... j-r, what do you know? (steve) and we first told you
with "up-guard" are reporting a flaw they found with a cloud server storing personal information of around two hundred million registered voters.the information unsecured included names, dates of births, home addresses, phone numbers, and voter registration details on voters from both political parties. "up guard" says the cloud server was storing data for "deep root" a data analytics contractor hired by the republican national committee who uses the information to better target tv ads.cyber security experts are warning that this type of data breach could become more frequent the more that these shared cloud server storage solutions are used. "the system they were using they left it unprotected without any passwords which basically meant that anyone on the internet could access the information and get access to terabytes of data without any passwords or credentials" the rnc has not made a comment on this yet. the data company
behind this leak, deep root, said in a statement they take full responsibility, the security hole has been fixed, and it is expected that this was discovered before any cyber criminals took advantage of the unsecured cloud server. (pam) still ahead... researchers at stanford university may have found a new creative way to get more people to eat veggies -- without doing anything to them... we'll explain... (pam) looks like people
are more likely to eat their vegetables.... when they are given seductive and unhealthy names. at least that's according to researchers at stanford university... during a 46- day study... the food service staff on campus laid out vegetables with different labels.... to see if names influenced people's decisions ... and it sure did. all of the vegetables were prepared the exact same way, but 41-percent of people chose the veggies that were listed with "indulgent descriptions" .... such as dynamite or "sweet sizzlin' green beans and crispy shallots" ... instead of the healthy labels... researchers say, more seductive labeling motivates people to eat healthy options... in sports... the raiders may be moving to las vegas... but the sign announcing their arrival is missing...... and expected but great news for the warriors concerning kevin durant... gary has that story... and all the sports... coming up
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doesn't start until july 1st but kevin durant is reportedly returning to the warriors durant will decline his player option, become a free agent (briefly) on july 1 and then re-sign with the warriors according to espn's chris haynes.durant is willing to take less than a max deal in order to help the warriors retain some free agents. namely andre iguodala who is also reported to be on the verge of a multi-year extensionbecause of nba rules bob myers can't talk about any deals or negotiations so he had to play it coy about durant today (sot: bobmyers)
"i think he was happy with the season personally and obviously for know if it could've gotten any better for him, so i look forward to sitting down with him and doing whatever is fair but we certainly want him back and i think he wants to be back. so when you win, those exit interviews are pretty good." yesterday there wewre reports of the cavs making a play for pacers star paul georgetoday it's bulls star jimmy butler much like the george situation a trade would likely involve the cavs giving up kevin love with a 3rd team involved
butler who had the best season of his career this past season like george is set to become a free agent in 2018 but unlike george he has not expressed interest in leaving for another team as george did lakers which may make the chances of signing butler deal a safer prospect for the cavs giants in atlantagame started an hour behind schedule because of rain delayas expected, giants relief pitcher hunter strickland must serve six-game suspension major league baseball denied his appeal of a 6-game suspension resulting from his brawl with bryce harper on memorail day... strickland must now start serving that suspension... but he doesn't have to appear in a game for it to count against the penalty...harper appealed as well, but withdrew and now serving three-game suspension himself the a's appear to have a favorite of the to have a the a's appear the a's appear to have a
favorite of the three prosposed sites for a new stadiumaccording to the s.f. chronicle the team appears to be leaning toward a site next to laney college near lake merritt where the offices of the peralta community college district sit.the other two proposed sites are howard terminal near jack london
square and the current coliseum sitethe pluses of te laney site are the proximity to bart and the surrounding neighborhood but lack of parking would be a concern the raiders will be leaving oakland in the next couple of seasons to relocate to las vegas...but it seems not everyone is too happy with the team moving to the entertainment capitalthe "raiders are coming" sign has been stolen.yesterday the clark county commission chairman tweeted these pictures of where the welcoming sign should be.he says "the sign may be missing, but don't worry the raiders are still coming"there are no leads as to who took it and this raiders fan is an even bigger khalil mack fan
getting this likeness of mack tattood on his forearmit was mack himself that posted this photo when he met the fan the caption reads "didn't know what love was till i came to oakland! sheesh! new england patriots tight end rob gronkowski enjoying offseason in connecticut casino with rapper flo rida... gronk and "20-man party crew"
(steve) the city of san francisco is gearing up for one of the biggest celebrations this weekend.(pam) thousands of people will be attending the 47th annual san francisco pride celebration.(steve) the month of june is known across the nation as pride month and cities throughout the u-s are celebrating l-g-b-t-q rights. san francisco will be having a series of events starting saturday with a rally taking place in the civic center at noon. on sunday morning the city will be hosting the pride parade along market street followed by a rally in the civic center.(pam) in preparations the city will be closing several streets within downtown. street closures will be starting thursday morning and ending sunday afternoon. for more information on street closures and a list of events you can find them on k-r-o-n four dot com.
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