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time. i told warden, that i would be no problem, and i was not a problem. i was a model inmate, no one better i was helpful to everybody. i am sorry to nevada. simpson recapped his entire version of the events that lead to his incarceration explaining why he participated in the crime to retrieve some of his personal items and memorabillia. simpson. i thought it good to get stuff back, but 9 years away from my family not worth it. when asked whether he was humbled by his time - and learned anything behind bars, simpson said yes. he appreciated his classes - one on conflict resolution and again, mentioning his family. simpson. "i have four kids. i have missed alot. i am a giving guy. i am at a point in my lfie, i want to spend as much time with my chldren and friends. i have done my tine and i have done my best. there was a light moment in the hearing - at the beginning when a commissioner made a mistake about o.j's birthday. "you recently turned 90 years old? i feel that way. sorry about that. let's take a few decades off that." in the end, it was oj smiling broadly, as he thanked the board, when they granted him release in the fall. simpson. thank you, thank you.
(grant) oj simpson could be released as early as october 1st. there is still work to be done though.(terisa) kron 4's j.r. stone is in carson city, nevada tonight where that parole board meeting was held. he joins us live. j.r. what does it look like out there tonight and what's next for o.j.? after making their decision today commissioners left the building pretty quickly and o.j. simpson went back to cell life. it appears that when he gets out he may be headed to florida. o.j. simpson was all smiles on thursday. but when it comes to getting back to florida, the state where he resided before the robbery, and the state where he will likely request to goit is a waiting game for simpson, who needs approval to go there.sot in florida when they do their investigation
they will make the determination of whether or not they will accept his case simpson has been vocal in the past about his desire to move back to florida. a location where his family would be able to serve as a support system for him. there are strong chances that officials in florida would accept a request from simpson according to those that spoke thursday.sot in the case of either a returning resident or resident family the acceptance rate as long as there is a valid plan of supervision is highnevada parole commissioners approved simpsons release saying he has a minimal criminal conviction history, has a positive record behind bars, and his own robbery victim is in support of his parole. factors that florida will look at if and when they officially receive his request to move there. they'll also look at what his family members said to the parole board.sot so on behalf of my family my brother my sister aunt uncle his friends we just want him to come home we really do we want him to come home and i know in my heart that he is very humbled.
the family would support him and try to keep a low profile upon his release. "this has been really truly hard, and there's no right or wrong way to explain how to handle this but i do know that he is remorseful. we just want him to come home so that we can move forward, for us, quietly. bruce fromong, the victim in the armed robbery also spoke at the hearing, here's what he had to say. "oj never held a gun on me, there was a coward in that room man named mcclinton came up gangster style acting like a big man he held the gun on me, not oj, another man came in and hit me not oj, he never laid a hand on me. "
the neveda parole board's decision to release simposn was not met with a huge ovation around these parts...at least, not at one east bay barber shop. kron4's haaziq madyun was there...as he...and everyone else in the place were keeping a close eye on today's ruling. here at lucky's barber shop in oakland, all eyes were on the tv screen when the decision was made to release o.j. simpson on parole bay area rapper trakk says he believes o.j.'s 33-year sentence for robbery and kidnapping was judicial payback after a jury found him not guilty of murdering his wife
app when the parole board announced its decision at 11:55 this morning. you can be the first to know about breaking news through the kron4 mobile app... it is free for apple and android devices. just be sure to enable the push alert feature. a wildfire burning near yosemite has scorched more than 100 square miles and is threatening homes. we're live from the scene with the latest efforts to control the flames. plus a hayward father is murdered while pushing a 3 month old baby in a stroller. kron4 spoke with a man who saw it happen. plus what does oj's parole verdict mean for the value of his memorabilia. we spoke with experts. that's coming up. ♪one way or another, i'm gonna find ya'♪
the man killed in hayward yesterday while pushing his infant boy in a stroller... has been identified by the alameda county sheriff's office as 29-year-old daniel del-toro. kron four's philippe djegal reports from the scene of the crime... where a makeshift memorial has been setup to honor del-toro. (philippe)no name/neighbor- "he fell here. right like here. that's sad." as 29-year-old daniel del-toro's family light's candles and posts a picture of their loved one, where he passed away... a neighbor who wishes to remain private... says she heard at least three gunshots wednesday afternoon directly outside her home on willow avenue.no name/neighbor- "and,
then when i looked out my window, i seen a body. and, that's my first time ever seeing somebody bleeding." del-toro's family describes him as a fun loving stay at home dad... who loved his son dearly. the son he was pushing in a stroller when he was killed. del-toro's family also says he loved basketball and all kinds of sports.sgt. ray kelly/alco sheriff's office- "we can't classify it as a driveby at this point. we do believe there's an associated vehicle. uh, we are looking for that car." sergeant ray kelly, with the alameda county sheriff's office says... initially, the child was placed in protective custody... but has since been reunited with his mother. he was not injured. kelly says investigators are looking into del-toro's background -- any possible gang-ties -- to determine who would have wanted him dead.sgt. ray kelly/alco sheriff's office- "his child is now going to have to grow up, um, knowing that they were there when their father was killed. so, i, you know, people's past, um, in times like this, there's nothing that would justify a crime like this. so, whether he has a criminal history or not, uh, that's irrelevant." del-toro is survived by his wife and young
boy who live near the scene of the crime. in hayward, philippe djegal, kron four news. (tes) linkin park singer chester bennington was found dead early this morning in his los angeles home. law enforcement officials say bennington hanged himself. the singer has struggled with drugs and alcohol in the past. bennington's band...linkin park... found success in 2000 with their multi-platinum album "hybrid theory." the band was set to kick off a tour in boston next week. bennington was 41-years-old. signed jersey? game worn helmet? what does oj's release mean for the value of his memorablila. and we have more information about what led up to the shooting of an innocent minnesota woman by a police officer. those stories just ahead.
in our day long coverage of the o.j. simpson parole hearing.now that simpson will become a free man, some wonder how he will make a living.... (grant) from the south bay, kron four's rob fladeboe reports takes a look at the market for o.j. memorabelia. world of sports memorabelia owner tito hernandez searched his inventory this morning and came up with just one o.j. simpson item. a signed photo of o.j. that he thinks is probably worth a lot less now that simpson will soon be free. tito hernandez/world of sports memorabelia".....there just hasn't been much available in the past few years so what little was out there was getting higher and higher but now that he's getting out and can do mor signings, the value of his stuff is going to drop...."hernandez couldn't be pinned down on what the photo from simpson's days with the buffalo bills might be worth. the last simpson item he sold, a year ago, was a jersey that went for $300. but o.j. being back in the news is generating
some new interest nonetheless. tito hernandez/world of sports ".....the buzz right now is that people want to know if i would be interested in doing a private signing with o.j. itell them i might but it all depends of the price....." hernandez says simpson might still command $50,000 dollars or more for such a signing. for perspective, he says one of the most sought autographs around belongs to another ex con.tito hernandez"....al capone is one of the most expensive autographs around, you would be surprised..."let the bidding begin. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news the u-c berkley college republicans group is at the center of another scheduling issue with the school. another conservative speaker is set to speak on campus...dan kerman is live on cmampus to sort through this latest controvefrsy. plus... president trump is making some bold statements about his attorney general. why jeff sessions says he's not going anywhere.
(grant) simpson... who has been serving a 33-year sentence for kidnapping and armed robbery in 20-07...could be a free man as soon as october first. despite superstar status on the football field in san francisco and beyond...and then going onto a successful acting career, simpson is best known for his 19-95 aquittal in the brutal murder of his ex-wife nicole brown simpson... and her friend ron goldman. now simpson says he regrets his actions at that las vegas hotel in 20-07.(grant) simpson can walk out of prison as early as october. board of commissioners say simpson who has stayed out of trouble while serving his (grant) controversy over whether another conservative commentator can speak at uc berkeley may have been averted (terisa) tonight the university is saying it is not a question of if ben
shapiro will speak on september 14, but exactly when and where. kron 4's dan kerman is live at u-c berkeley with more (dan kerman) after initially telling berkeley college republicans there were no venues available for a september 14 speech by conservative commentator ben shapiro the university is now saying they have found various spots for the speech to occur sot dan mogulof/uc berkeley spokesmandan mogulof is a spokesman for uc berkeleysot this late breaking decision had not made its way to college republicans or their
attorney but we brought it to their attentionsotattorney harmeet dhillon represents berkeley college repulicans. she says the univeristy's history when it comes to proposed speakers like milo yianopolous and ann coulter doesn't give her a lot of confindence, but she remain optimistic this can happensot harmeet dhillon/attorney for berkeley college republicans
"we love this job. we love this department, and i plan to continue to do so as long as that is appropriate." (terisa)attorney general jeff sessions is refusing to resign, even after president trump said he regrets choosing him.once again the president has put himself in the center of a political firestorm. (grant)jeff sessions was the first senator to endorse donald trump.now his cabinet position seems tenuous at best.
"mr president, does attorney general sessions still have your support?""thank you."not exactly a ringing endorsement. the president's deputy press secretary didnt offer much more."clearly he has confidence in him or he would not be the attorney general." president trump ignited the latest controversy by telling the new york times that sessions disappointed him when he recused himself from the russia investigation.he called the move, "extremely unfair to the president". sessions should never have recused himself, and if he would, if he was going to recuse himself he should have told me before he took the job and i would have picked somebody else."the recusal came after the media learned sessions had failed to disclose meetings with a russian ambassador during the trump campaign.sessions found an unlikely ally today in liberal massachusetts democrat, senator elizabeth warren. "he followed the rules that are in place at the department of justice on recusal. and for donald trump to say, 'gee, i had in mind to have an attorney general who would not follow the law' is just stunning, and it tells you once again that donald trump is out for exactly one thing.
and that is to protect the skin of donald trump."the oval office interview with times reporters michael schmidt and maggie haberman included a warning to special prosecutor robert muller, not to go too far. mueller was looking at your finances and your family's finances unrelated to russia. is that a red line? would that be a breach of what the actual charge is? i would say so yeah, i would say yes." (grant)the times reporters asked the president if he would fire muller for crossing that red line.he said "i can't answer that question because i don't think it's going to happen." (terisa) senator john mccain is telling not only the republican party, but the nation that he promises to come back.(terisa) today the senator tweeted quote... i greatly appreciate the outpouring of support - unfortunately for my sparring partners in congress, i'll be back soon, so stand-by! this comes after mccain was
diagnosed with brain cancer. now other senators are expressing their support to their colleague. (tes) mccain who is 80-years-old has survived several near-death experiences. one including being shot down in vietnam in 19-67. now the senator says he is focusing on getting better. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp.
(tes) questions still remain at what led to an australian woman being shot by police in minnesota. no body camera's are available of the shooting - and only one officer involved is talking with investigators. officials say it could be months before they have answers... reporter andy rose has the latest. betsy hodges/ minneapolis mayor: "we do have more information now, though it's frustrating to have some of
the picture but not all of it." days after a woman was shot and killed by police in minnesota, the first details of what led to her death are finally coming to light. justine ruszczyk made two 911 calls saturday night to report a possible assault behind her home. ((vo of 911 transcripts))according to the transcripts of the calls released by the city, ruszczyk first called out of that a woman was being raped. she called again several minutes later when police had still not arrived. the operator assured her they were on their way.minutes later, ruszczyk was shot and killed by one of those officers.michael harrity and mohamed noor have been identified as the officers who responded to the call. noor is the one that fired his weapon. so far, harrity is the only one that has spoken to investigators.harrity says as he drove down the alley, a loud sound startled him. just then, ruszczyk approached his window. but why noor then fired his gun across his partner, through the driver's side door, striking ruszczyk, is still not clear. betsy hodges/ minneapolis mayor: "we cannot compel officer noor to
make a statement. i wish we could.... we can't compel him by law but i wish that he would make that statement." ruszczyk relocated from australia to the u.s. in 2014 to live with her fiance. they were set to be married next month. john ruszczyk/ father of victim:"justine was a beacon to all of us, we only ask that the light of justice shines down on the circumstances of her death." i'm andy rose, reporting. (grant) experts have successfully removed biological samples from the body of spanish surrealist artist salvador dali ...27 years after it was embalmed. dali's body was exhumed... just a few hours ago. this as a result of a paternity case. pilar abel martinez, born in 1956, has filed a paternity claim, stating that the artist had an extramarital affair with her mother... who worked as a maid. since 2007...the family of martinez has attempted to prove dali...
is pilar's father. next is a story going viral on social media. a student suspended from school for what he did involving a breakup letter from his ex girlfriend. plus her parents are calling it a miracle. the treatment they say is healing this toddler from the brain damage she sustained from a near drowning. food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate. for all the streaming and the shopping and the newsing, but most of all... for the this.
owes more money in penalties and costs over the emmissions scandal. california says the automaker has to pay another one-hundred-fifty-four- million dollars. that brings the total settlement to one-point-three-billion dollars. volkswagen officials acknowledge rigging 11-million cars with software to cheat on emissions tests. environmental regulators say some of the v-w cars emitted up to 40-times the allowed levels of unhealthy nitrous oxides when on the road. the one-point-three billion dollar settlement still has to be approved by courts. (terisa) a toddler has beaten the odds after nearly drowning in her family pool last feburary.. doctors believed she suffered fatal brain damage..but she is making a miraculous recovery. two-year old eden carlson snuck out of a baby gate at her new orleans home into the backyard.. her mom found her face down in the pool and immediately started c-p-r. eden's heart did ánotá beat on
it's own for almost two hours and by then the effect on her brain was devestating. the family was able to find a doctor that offered hyper-baric oxygen treatment to see if it could bring eden back.. the results have been amazing.. eden's family says she continues to improve every day and are so greatful she is making progress.. her story will be shared at a medical conference for hyper- baric treatment in new orleans next month.. next- a nightmare commute for one north carolina
(grant) a student at the university of central florida says he's been suspended... after tweeting an image that went viral... of his ex- girlfriend's breakup letter. now the student has hired an attorney, who says the school is violating his first amendment right to free speech. reporter cuth-bert langley has the latest. nicholas lutz/student: "looking back at it now, it's probably the craziest thing that will ever happen in my life."february 17-th was supposed to be a normal day for rising senior nicholas lutz.that is -- until he tweeted a picture of a break-up letter from his ex-girlfriend.look closely --
lutz actually graded the letter -- for grammar and syntax... giving his ex... a d minus.it was retweeted 1- hundred 21 thousand times -- seen around the world.nicholas lutz/student: "my main goal was never to expose her, it was to show emphasis on the letter."but now, lutz and his attorney say the university of central florida is using this tweet -- to suspend him for two semesters... and put him on probation.his attorney said -- that's a violation of his first amendment right to free speech.jacob stuart/attorney: "that should really, fundamentally concern people not only who are students but people who believe in the idea of freedom of expression."at first -- the university sent lutz a letter saying he may have violated a law.lutz's lawyer says the ex-girlfriend had filed a cyber-bullying report with the volusia county sheriff's office, but prosecutors never pursued the claim.and today, a new letter came from u-c-f saying, instead, lutz's actions violated, not the law, but two portions of the university's code of conduct: disruption...
and cyber-bullying.nicholas lutz/student: "if they can do that to me, that can happen to almost anybody, and now, lutz is appealing... and this now-viral tweet. (tes) a woman in north carolina got quite a surprise during her commute to work. take a look... a large snake slithered out of justyn knox's engine last week... while she was driving on a highway. the snake was in the hood of her car and she was worried it would get back in. she say's she was on her way to work...and was forced to call in late. (sot) luckily the snake eventually slithered away. knox later posted the video on social media-- and it has more than 15-thousand views.
(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. a building ridge of high pressure will lead to warmer temperatures into the weekend. patchy drizzle and fog at the coast is also likely during the overnight hours. coming up next. we'll have more on the oj simpson parole hearing, including what is potential next move may be.. once he is out of prison. a building ridge of high pressure will lead to warmer temperatures into the weekend.
(grant) the big story tonight... oj simpson has been graned parole after serving time for armed robbery in nevada. but what's next for oj? the insider's michael yo has more on this story. sot oj parolewe are going to grant you parolevo#simpson got the good news this morning as he appeared before a parole board in nevada.sotvo#the 70-year old, smiling and looking fit as he answered questions from parole board members via video conference...and referencing his family multiple times.
10:32 missed 36 birthdayssot arnelle simpson 10:48he's my rock, he's my best friendvo simpson's eldest child, arnelle, tearing up as she spoke on her dad's behalf.sot arnelle 1051we just want him to come home, we really do and i know in my heart that he's very humbledvo# o-j could be released as early as october 1st after serving nine years into a nine-to-33-year sentence following his conviction in a 2007 kidnapping and armed robbery at a vegas hotel.sot: wendy feldman/skype " " stitial: simpson's next move? vo#so what's simpson's next move? our insider -- wendy feldman -- is teresa guidice and chris brown's former crisis manager and legal coach. we spoke with her today via skype? sot: wendy feldman the best thing he can do is lay low for a period of months reestablish contact with his family/in a personal way/even though they are in contact person to person is very different.$w4 16 c2.5 g 0
(vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) steve aveson and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (steve) thank you grant... next at six... the world is talking about oj simpson getting parole. tonight we are live in nevada where the decision was made... with the condition's of simpson's parole.(terisa) and a tragedy in the east bay... after a father is gunned down while pushing his infant son in a stroller. kron 4 news at six is next.
( steve ) he is getting out of prison. after serving nine years for robbery and kidnapping... o-j simpson will taste freedom in just a matter of months. good evening... i'm steve aveson. and i'm terisa estacio... pam is off tonight. the saga that is the life of o-j simpson played out once again for all the world to see. the two-hour drama concluded with simpson being granted parole. kron 4's j-r stone is in carson city, nevada and watched as the board grilled the former football star... in the end j-r... their decision was unanimous. (j.r.)they certainly are. minutes after this decision was made those from the parole board were taken from this location in a van. as for o.j. simpson it is back to
cell life for the time being. his release date could come as early as october 1st.o.j. was all smiles today. especially after hearing that he had been granted a release by the parole board. a board that said it came down to several key factors. he had no prior convictions before this case, a positive record in jail including programs he was involved in, support from the victim, and family support. in the past he has spoke about wanting to go back to florida. officials say if that is still the case simpson will have to request permission to do that. if simpson is allowed back to florid and there were problems. he could then be sent back to nevada for parole violations.in this case florida if that is where he winds up doing his interstate compact to. florida would provide him with terms and conditions and florida provides curtesy supervision for nevada but the ultimate authority is still nevada.((j.r.)) if florida receives a request from simpson they have 45 days to decided whether or not they
will approve that request or deny it. live in carson city, i'm j.r. stone, now back to you. ( steve ) o-j simpson did a lot of the talking today... and at times was emotional and apologetic.( terisa ) the hearing lasted for well over an hour as the parole board quizzed him about the crime and his life behind bars. simpson was definitely not at a loss for words, offering up reasons why he should be let out after serving nine years for robbery and kidnapping. he also looked much different from when we last saw him. commisioner tony corda. "what were you thinking" and with that - all eyes and ears were on what o.j. simpson and what
he to say to help tip the scales and try and convince the 4 person parole board to set him free after serving 9 years of his 22 year sentence for his crimes. simpson, looking trim - especially compared to his last parole hearing in 2013 - seemed committed to saying the right things to sway the board, including apologizing profusely for what happened back in 2007. oj. i did not make an excuses. i did my time. i told warden, that i would be no problem, and i was not a problem. i was a model inmate, no one better i was helpful to everybody. i am sorry to nevada. simpson recapped his entire version of the events that lead to his incarceration explaining why he participated in the crime to retrieve some of his personal items and memorabillia. simpson. i thought it good to get stuff back, but 9 years away from my family not worth it. when asked whether he was humbled by his time - and learned anything behind bars, simpson said yes. he appreciated his classes - one on conflict resolution and again, mentioning his family. simpson. "i have four kids. i have missed alot. i am a giving guy. i am at a point in my lfie, i want to spend as much time with my chldren and friends. i have done my tine and i have done my best. there
was a light moment in the hearing - at the beginning when a commissioner made a mistake about o.j's birthday. "you recently turned 90 years old? i feel that way. sorry about that. let's take a few decades off that." in the end, it was oj smiling broadly, as he thanked the board, when they granted him release in the fall. simpson. thank you, thank you.
( steve ) also speaking today at the hearing... the robbery victim... bruce fromong. he made it clear... he felt that simpson has more than paid the price for what happened. fromong has said he has known simpson for over 20 years... and they are friends. he even asked for a lighter sentence during simpson's trial. ( terisa ) simpson also had family show up and support
him - including his oldest daughter. her statement was fairly brief but emotional... pleading for her father's release. arnelle simpson is the oldest of o-j's four children. ( terisa )(on cam) reaction to o.j. simpson being paroled is coming from just about all over the world. it is hard to find someone who does not have an opinion about o.j. these days( steve ) with simpson having roots here in the bay area, it would be intersting to find out what people who actually knew him have to say about the parole board's decision. kron4's haaziq madyun came across one of o.j. simpson's former classmates in an east bay
barber shop. among those watching o.j. simpson's parole hearing a lucky's barber shop in oakland is girard chapman, who recalls simpson as a fellow classmate at city college of san franciscohe says simpson's troubles with the law became a major disappointment for people who knew him back thenso after serving close to 9-years behind bars for robbery and kidnapping does simpson's former college classmate think the nevada
make a buck on o.j. simpson memorabilia you might want to sell now. so says tito hernandez of world of sports memorabilia in san jose. he says there hasn't been much demand in recent years but what little inventory there is has maintained it's value. but now that o.j. will soon be free and likely to get back in the memorabilia business, prices may fall. tito hernandez/world of sports memorabilia"......there hasn't been much stuff available for the past few years the values were getting higher but now that he is getting out he is going to be doing a lot more private signings so the values are going to drop..."( steve ) hernandez says the last o.j. item he sold was a jersey that went for$300. he thinks that simpson might still be able to command as much as $50,000 dollars for a private signing. we sent out a push alert through the kron four mobile app when the parole board announced its decision at 11:55 this morning. you
can be the first to know about breaking news through the app... it is free for apple and android devices. just be sure to enable the push alert feature. ( terisa ) the massive wildfire near yosemite just keeps growing. with dozens of buildings destroyed... the action being taken tonight by cal fire.( steve ) plus we are getting new details about the father... gunned down while pushing his new born baby in a stroller. the help investigators are getting tonight in their investigation. i'm chief meteorologist brittney shipp... i am tracking changes in the weather... the full forecast in less than ten minutes.
( terisa ) the massive wildfire near yosemite just keeps growing. the detwiler fire is now up to more than 70-thousand acres... which is larger than the city of seattle. it has destroyed at least 45 buildings so far. the flames are threatened about 15- hundred homes and other structures tonight. the entire town of mariposa remains under a mandatory evacuation order. ( terisa ) mariposa is a popular spot with tourists who visit yosemite.( steve ) with the fire still out of control.. cal fire has is holding a community meeting tonight to fill people in on the fire fight. kron 4's hermela aregawi is in mariposa county and spent the day on the fire lines... she joins us live. what is it like right now? (hermela aregawi)the word frightening is used a lot. there are 5000 people that had
to evacuate out of their homes and the thought of coming back to nothing is understandably really scary.the local sheriff describes this fire as destructive, fast moving and the real dealand it's proving to be just that.fire officials say it's been growing and spreading throughout the day. but they say in the last two days they have made some significant progress in creating fire barriers in the south.the fire is now spreading north.in the meantime, all that residents and business owners can do is wait.right now downtown mariposa is a ghost town.all businesses are required to be clsoed.so they are also under their own stress.we talked to some people who own the hotels in the area. they say they've had to refund days worth of guests. losing thousands of dollars a day and counting.
a fire burning in saratoga is now fully contained. no one was injured. crews have just left the area. the fire which never grew beyond 10 acres... started monday afternoon spreading along a ridge near the mountain winery. the cause of the fire reminns under investigation...but authorities believe this was not a case of arson. ( terisa) u-c berkeley officials are now putting out the welcome mat for a speech by a conservative commentator, after initially saying there were "no room".( steve ) kron 4's dan kerman is live at cal with details on how this latest controversey may have been averted. (dan kerman)after milo yiaannopolous uc berkeley speech was called off due to rioting, and an ann coulter speech never materialized berkeley college republican were angered when the university said there were no venues available for a september 14 speech by conservative commentator ben shapiro sot harmeet dhillon/attorney for berkeley
college republicansbut now, the university has says they have found various spots for the speech to occur and believe it can happen.sotdan mogulof is a spokeman for uc berkeley sotberkeley college republicans haven't gotten that official word yet from the university but the remain optimistic the speech can happensot129/achieve that goal
( terisa ) more numbers are coming out a plan to overhaul the affordable care act. how many people would lose their insurance under a senate proposal should lawmakers go forward with an effort to repeal and replace.( steve ) and a mountain lion sighting in a place you might not expect to see one. the location in the bay area that is on high alert tonight.
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. ( steve ) with
at the safe time, the plan would shave 420-billion dollars off the deficit according to the congressional budget office. the score did not factor in an amendment that would allow insurance companies to offer plans that do not adhere to the law's rules./ (terisa) one day after the announcement of senator john mc-cain's brain cancer..he is taking to twitter the arizona senator tweeted this. quote - "i greatly appreciate the outpouring of support - unfortunately for my sparring partners in congress... i'll be back soon... so stand-by!" family and colleagues have been sharing messages of support all over social media. mc-cain's wife cindy also posted this picture of the two on their wedding day.. she says the family will face this hurdle together...and her husband is the toughest person she knows. ( steve ) remember this horrific plane crash in southern california? there is an encouraging update tonight on the couple that was inside when the plane burst into flames on a freeway.( terisa) and there has been
no sign of a worker at a popular bay area oyster farm whose boat was last seen going in circles. what we have learned tonight about the search.( steve ) plus we now know the name tonight of a man killed while pushing a stroller with his 3-month baby inside down an east bay street. the clues investigators are focusing on. i had frequent heartburn, but my doctor recommended...
hayward yesterday while pushing his child in a stroller has been identified by the alameda county sheriff's office as 29-year-old daniel del-toro.( terisa ) and, as kron four's philippe djegal reports investigators say neighbors saddened by what happened are working with them to solve this case. (philippe) daniel del-toro was near his home when he was murdered wednesday afternoon. at the time, he was pushing his 3-month old boy. who will now grow up without a father.no name/neighbor- "somebody know who did it. that was a coward act to shoot someone with they baby." other neighbors feel the same way. and, the alameda county sheriff's office says the community is working with investigators to piece together what happened.sgt.
ray kelly/alco sheriff's office- "and, we're hoping that those leads to the suspect or suspects involved in this case." for now, the sheriff's office is not releasing any descriptions of the gunmen or the car that may have been involved in the shooting. sergeant ray kelly says investigators have not ruled out that this case may be gang-related.sgt. ray kelly/alco sheriff's office- "one of the things we're doing is learning more about daniel and his background to see if he had anybody that didn't like him, that wanted to do harm to him and so that's part of it." del-toro's family says he was born and raised in union city... and, enjoyed being a stay at home dad, caring for his son.no name/neighbor- "shoot, now they gonna grow up without a father. so, its sad." after the shooting, the child was placed in protective custody... but the sheriff's office and family confirm he is now back with his mother. in hayward, philippe djegal, kron four news. (steve) the search for a missing boater in tomales bay has been suspended by sheriff deputies.(steve) marin county sheriff's say the search for 70-year-old charles
"tod" friend is no longer ongoing. friend the owner of tomales bay oyster company went missing tuesday afternoon. nearby by boaters say friend's boat was seen going in circles with him not on board. investigators say friend was not wearing a life vest and fell off his boat. (terisa) a mountain lion was spotted at midday on wednesday in the hills behind the clark kerr campus of u.c. berkeley. campus police are urging hikers to walk the trails with a partner and consider carrying a stick to ward off a possible attack and to keep children and pets within close proximity. one hiker encountered the construction worker who spotted the big cat and showed him evidence of the sighting. ( terisa ) u.c. berkeley
police have found the carcasses of several animals that apppear to have been mountain lion prey in the area which is at the western edge of the claremont canyon reserve. (steve) the couple whose plane crashed and bursted into flames on a freeway and survived... have been released from the hospital.(steve) 62-year-old francis pisano and 55-year-old janan pisano crashed their small plane on interstate 4-0-5 three weeks ago in orange county. the couple suffered spinal fractures. the two were the only ones on board during the crash. no other injuries were reported. the couple say they are both grateful for an off-duty firefighter that saved them. here at lucky's barber shop in oakland, all
a bag containing traces of moon dust...just sold at auction for an astronomical price.... one point eight million bucks. (steve) the collection bag was used by astronaut neil armstrong during the first manned mission to the moon in 19-69. the bag at one point was expected to fetch up to four million dollars. the previous owner purchased it at an auction by
u-s marshals for just one grand... and had no idea what it was... until nasa confirmed it. the current buyer...has yet to be identified. in sports... round one of the british open is in the books... and one of the best in the world is atop the leaderboard...... and we go back 26 years with o-j simpson in and interview gary did with him in 1991... grant lodes has that... and all the sports... coming up
a four-person board in carson city, nevada granted simpson parole today... he's served nearly nine years in prison for a las vegas armed robbery the 70-year-old simpson could be released as early as oct. 1... on the field... o.j. was a standout running back at san francisco's galileo high school and city college of san francisco... he them moved on to usc where he won the heisman trophy in 1968. the number-one overall pick of the bullfalo bils... simpson went on to a hall of fame career in the nfl... ending it with his home town 49ers in 1979. our own gary radnich interviewed him back in 1991... four years before he was aquitted for the murder of his wife nicole and her friend ron goldman... o.j. talked to gary about some of the off field issues he had at the end of...and after his career... (wipe to sot: gary and simpson) " i went through
a pretty tough time during my period with the 49ers off the field like my family and divorce and all of that."" you mentioned you went through a tough time with divorce, and i know this is sensitive but i will ask you.. you lost a child in a swimming pool accident, how does one ever get through something like that?""i don't think you ever get over it, i know i haven't. you learn to live with it. i was raised with a relgious background, evergreen baptist church in san fransisco; everything happens for a reason. i woud be the last person to say that my life has not been, i've been gifted. everything is for a reason and hoprfully one day it would be revealed.""that sets some out look. you really belive that one day when something goes wrong in your life, its going to be told to. ""there's someboldy larger than me. there's a grand designer someone once said. i surrently cant sit and complain about my life and my mother told me, what you do onto others, those things are going to hapopen to you. that's probably out of all the things ive been taught, is how i try to live
my life. treat others how you want to be treated and everything will be alright." we go to england round one of the british open. day one belong to the americans jordan speith has a great round he shot a 65 in the 17th hole -- long birdie putt puts him in the lead... he shot five under par brook koepka stays close
to the 23-yea-old texan -- from the bunker... koepka eagles the 17th matt kuchar, koepka, and speith are all tied in the lead rory mcilroy had a rough day -- in the third -- he goes from high grass... it bounces in the green... but ends in the rough again -- he shot a 71. the number one ranked golfer in the world, dustin johnson was going for the birdie putt in the 17th... but it lips out -- he finished one over mcilroy and johnson are seven shots off the lead michael vick has apologized for comments he aimed at former niners quarterback colin kaepernick... last week the former nfl star quarterback said kaepernick should cut his hair in order to change his image. kaepernick hasn't been signed by a nfl team since leaving the 49ers after last season... many speculate he is being ostracized by the nfl because he took a knee during
the national anthem last season to protest racial inequaility. today vick said on "the dan patrick show" that he was "truly sorry" for those comments... which soon went viral and drew widespread criticism.(wipe to bird and rapinoe) and women's soccer star megan rapinoe... who supported kaepernick by kneeling during the anthem before games last september... is making news of a different kind...cause she's off the dating market. sue bird... the 4-time olympic gold medalist point guard for the usa women's basketball team... announced today that she is gay and has been dating rapinoe "i'm gay."... bird said in an ionterview with espn... "megan's my girlfriend ... these aren't secrets to people who know me." bird said she realized she was gay while at college in uconn... she decided to wait until now to come out because now "feels right." rapinoe herself is an olympic gold medalist and 2- time world cup champion
warriors rookie, jordan bell might be new to the bay area... but is already getting involved in the community. the second round pick surprised warriors basketball campers in walnut creek. this is the second warriors basketball camp he's attended this week. bell held a cue-and-a session (q&a) -- he answered several questions the campers had about his journey to the n-b-a after... several campers got a chance to play with the former oregon duck. for bell... it's important for kids not to forget why to play the game of basketballl. "i already tell kids how i feel with it. at this age obviously you always want to win. but it's not as important as having fun with the game. you don't want to lose you love for the game of basketball." bell signed autographs
after the event. the warriors have been busy this summer -- they're holding 28 camps in 22 cities across the bay area. free agent guard, derrick rose is still looking for a team. according to league sources -- he's expected to join the cavs or lakers. cleveland who have quiet during this free agency period -- could sign the 20-11 n-b-a m-v-p to a minimum contract worth over just two-million dollars. as for the lakers -- they want to bring him to l-a to help develop rookie guard, lonzo ball. last season with the knicks he averaged 18 points per game and was from the floor. expected to over the weekend. ( steve ) a big change tonight for air travellers. the ban that was just lifted and the item that will now be allowed on flights.
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airports have complied with the first phase of secretary john kelly's security enhancements. restrictions are no longer in effect for the last of 10 airports with us-bound flights that had a ban on electronic devices. in a statement, the dhs said the quick action demonstrated the "shared commitment to raising the bar on global aviation security. " final look
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>> "the insider" tracking the biggest stories making news today. >> i am happy to confirm ryan seacrest is returning to "american idol". >> number one, it's finally official. what ryan's return means for the future of "a.i." and who will be the next star to sign on? >> a lot of judges were holding out until ryan made his deal. >> o.j. simpson will be released from prison. >> my vote is to grant your parole effective. >> thank you. >> what is his next move? >> number three, kevin hart laughs off his cheating allegations. >> i have made the decision to be a better person, and better man. >> plus your insider bonus.
>> beyonce might be owed on apology. why the bey hive is buzzing mad over her wax figure. >> my reunion with star jones reveals a lot of dirt from our rearview. >> i was the original survivor. i was the first one voted off the island. >> there was no vote. >> now "the insider" tracking hollywood from the inside out. >> today's "new york post" cover says it all. he's become. >> the nation stood still as o.j. simpson was declared a freeman. so what's next for o.j.? that is all coming up in just a bit. louis is off, and michael yo is back with me today. >> let's start with tonight's number one tracking story. ryan sea yncrest makes a major announcement that we all wanted to hear. >> a major piece has been placed in the "american idol" sequel.