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pierce streets. that's near the painted ladies and alamo square. police say one of the suspects tried to get away in a car... and hit an officer in the process. (vicki) kron 4's terisa estacio is live in san francisco tonight... with details on how this all unfolded. terisa? .. this is the tale of two stories how they ended up collding, leading to the arrest of two suspects, and four very grateful tourists. (estacio) erin te. this is our first day here - and what a day it turned out to be for this group who just arrived in san francisco thursday morning from orlando. the group had parked this black toyota near alamo square to go take some pictures - when erin's husband, forrest using his binnoculars, realized their car was being broken in to and, then realized, a police officer on a bike was trying to stop the suspect.forrest lin. i was scared. forrest says he was scared, because he then saw another suspect try and run over the officer and the suspect. forrest shared
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these pictures with kron four news this is the officer injured when the car ran him over and this is emerency crews treating both the officer and the suspect. the driver of the car - took off, but then crashed close by here at hayes and buchannan. a woman in a prius was struck, residents say they saw it unfold in front of them. tyler brown, witness. two people got out to escape apprehension, i believe. san francisco police say the undercover plainclothes officer hit by one of the suspects was part of an ongoing operation to help crack down on the escalation of auto thefts in the city. san francisco police say they will look into whether the group is involved in past crimes. robert rueca, sfpd. we do not know their criminal history, we are looking into that. erin. we thought we were being very careful. erin her husband and two friends tell me the suspects stole two pieces of luggage, but the officer was able to save their backpacks. and for that, they have a message to the injured officer. erin. i think we are very grateful to this officer
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for acting so quickly for us and for the city, and we are very grateful. : (grant) happening now... police are looking for a suspect who allegedly used a stolen suv to ram an alameda county sheriff's deputy.(vicki) that officer then fired several rounds at the suspect. this all happened just after 9:30 this morning in hayward at arbor avenue near west a street... right off of interstate-880. (grant) that suv was found abandoned a few blocks away west of 880 on royal avenue. kron4's
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maureen kelly explains how it all went down here you can see the deputy's motorcycle on the ground. the alameda county sheriff say the officer tried to pull the suspect over for speeding, when for some unknown reason, the situation turned violent. the officer was still on his motorcycle when the suspect put the suv into reverse, rammed into the officer as he was still on his bike dragging and pushing him backwards on the motorcycle for about 15 to 20 feet. the officer was able to get off of the bike, the suspect car disengaged from the motorcycle and continued backwards, the suspect then put the car into drive, drove at the officer again we believe to run him overand to kill him. the officer pulled out his weapon fired into the vehicle. . a man who lives on the street says he heard the shots. pretty close to home, kind of scarythat suspect took off....and abandoned the suv here just a few blocks away in the driveway of an apartment complex. as it was towed away you can see five bullet holes in the windshield.knocking deputies went house to house looking for the suspect in the neighborhood....as some residents were told to shelter
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in place.this family says their son at the nearby east bay art school was one of two schools in the area put on lockdown.it was scary i sent a message to my son are you ok, he said i'm ok and up to one or two hours kids are now regular going to lunchthe perimeter and the lockdowns were lifted just before 1pm....deputies are working to pull surveillance images of teh suspect so they can identify, locate and arrest him. it's unknown at this time if he was stuck by any of the bullets but there was no sign of significant gunshot injurymiraculously teh deputy was able to walk away from the incident with only minor injuries. he'll be put on adminstrative leave which is standard procedure in an officer involved shooting. maureen kelly kron4 news (grant) a man's been arrested for
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impersonating a milipitas opolice fficer and sexually assaulting a woman. the incident was january 16th at the baymont inn in milpitas. police say the suspect -- stanley friesen -- met with a woman he had been chatting with online. friesen allegedly identified himself as a police officer... and told the woman he wanted to have sex with her. police arrested friesen in tracy. (grant) palo alto police have arrested a man who they say committed several violent crimes within just a few hours. it started around seven pm monday at the macy's at stanford shopping center. police say javas minor groped a female employee. when the loss prevention officer told minor to leave... he reportedly punched the employee in the jaw... and took off. police say a short time later, officers received a call about a robbery at the p-f chang's in the same shopping center. authorities say minor went into the kitchen claiming to
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have a gun. according to employees... minor was taking food from the kitchen. police say he threatened to kill several employees before leaving. authorites tracked down minor at the transit center on university avenue. police say as officers were putting minor in a patrol car... he tried to kick an officer. paramedics were called when minor said he could not feel his hands. police say minor spat in the face of a paramedic. he was then taken to the hospital where he tried to bite a nurse. authorities say minor then head-butted that nurse. minor was arrested on a string of charges includingv robbery and criminal threats. (vicki) in the south bay... a high school soccer coach is arrested and charged with molesting a child. and we've found out he worked in átwo bay area school districts. kron 4's will tran reports from san jose. marciel gonzalez recently coached soccer here at oak grove high school.when administrators learned that he was arrested on wednesday night... they quickly moved to
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fire him.by thursday morning.. when parents were dropping off their kids... they were horrified.angel rodriguez/parent-that's the hard part especially when it comes to high school because they want their freedom and this is an area where we definitely need to trust the people around them, so to have a soccer coach which is an activity the children want to be in, that that's really scary the east side union high school district says the alleged sexual assault victim is not one of their students. morgan hill police arrested gonzalez after receiving a tip from a minor and that child's parents about the alleged sexual assault which they say occurred within the past two years at a private residence in morgan hill.anthony wortham/parent-you wouldn't think someone that old would go after a high school girl or anything like that. if my child told me that, i would be mad and i would try to switch them out of school. as a parent you try to protect your kids as much as possible gonzalez coached soccer at many places including south valley junior high in gilroy and live oak high school in morgan hill from october 2015 to february 2016(will tran-because gonzalez has had access to so many kids as a soccer coach through the
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years... authorities believe there could be more victims.in san jose will tran kron 4 news (grant) two students were two (grant) two students were shot and wounded inside a los angeles middle school today...(vicki) police have taken a young student into custody... catherine heenan is here with the story... (catherine) video shows officers leading away a dark-haired girl in handcuffs...and police say preliminary information indicates she's only 12 years old... the shooting happened at salvador castro middle school around 9-am in the westlake neighborhood of l-a. a 15 year old boy was shot in the head. he's in critical but stable condition and said to be doing well tonight.. a 15-year-old girl
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was shot in the wrist. students were cleared by officers one by one before they were allowed to leave the classroom buildings.. aside from the two students who were shot -- three other people were injured in the resulting chaos. capt. erik scott - we had a 30-year-old female, a 11- year-old make and a 12-year-old female with abrasions predominantly to the head and face area. only two of the five patients were injured as a result of a weapon." some of the abrasions were later found to be slight grazing from gunfire. video from the scene includes someone being taken away in an ambulance....also...students gathered on a campus baseball field. both shooting victims are expected to survive and police say they've found the gun that was used.they're trying to figure out a motive -- and say they want to know how the girl managed to get the gun. they say if it's determined it was from a home where it wasn't properly locked up -- therecould be
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adults also facing prosecution. grant and vicki? (vicki) in the east bay... the alta bates medical center in berkeley will stay open for at least the next 10 years. sutter health made the announcement yesterday. there had been rumors that the facility could close as soon as next year. those rumors led to protests outside of the hospital. there are still plans to close the facility eventually. sutter health says the closure is to avoid the cost of upgrading the building to meet the state's earthquake standards. when it closes it will merge with the summit medical center in oakland. (grant) it was a rough morning for bart commuters in the east bay. (vicki) a derailment of a maintenance truck overnight ... delayed trains this morning. kron 4's lydia pantazes was there... as the lines of riders waiting to get on trains... got longer and longer. major delays on bart this morning. the delay was reported at 4:01 a.m. due to a derailed maintenance vehicle in the south hayward area.bart
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pd says it was a maintenance truck that runs on the track with special train wheels. bart officials said the truck - which is still disabled on the northbound line on the fremont-warm springs route also damaged the third rail that powers the trains. bart rider says: this is a bummer because she wanted to get to school early.bart rider says: the delay will make him late so he will probably drive now bart rider says: there;s nothing you can do.i talked with passengers who were getting off bart at this location who said they were frustrated. that they had to wait a half hour. but now the trains are getting back to normal.meantime, while there was damage to the track, there were no one was hurt in the derailment.reporting in fremont, lydia pantazes kron 4 news. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.
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lawrence karnow: it was another spring-like day around the bay area with highs soaring into the 70s in many places. it should be a rather mild evening bofore temperatures begin to cool into the 40s. doppler radar is still showing rain well to the north with only a few clouds moving across our skies.on the satellite image you can see the storm track shifting further to the north as high pressur builds over california. offshore winds will strengthen overnight to bring even warmer weather to the bay area tomorrow. highs tomorrow (vicki) coming up... san francisco based old navy is in hot water tonight... over racial profiling accusations. details on what happened. (grant) plus... could lebron and steph join forces? hear how the warriors are reacting to the rumors tonight. and... a nurses rant is going viral... after she criticizes sick
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people for going to the e-r. hear why she says people are carelessly spreading the fly... it's no surprise, the
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flu is really bad this year, but one nurse is pretty upset at the public's reaction to the emergency. her name is kat lockler. she is an emergency room nurse in florida, and her epic rant is going viral because of the no-nonsense video warning she
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posted to facebook. nurse kat just got off a long shift at the hospital treating sick people.. it's worth a listen. ...not the time to come to the emergency room. nurse kat says people aren't following the basic steps to keep from getting sick, like using hand sanitizer and not flooding the er and contaminating everybody in the waiting room. her rant has been shared nearly 60,000 times and the video views are over 3 million. maybe it'll make a dent in the spread of the nasty funky flu. grant? (grant) you might remember the wardrobe malfunction when janet jackson and justin timberlake
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performed at the super bowl half time show 14-years-ago. now-- timberlake is getting ready to return center stage. anthony in minneapolis tonight with expect at this time anthony - live performance. time year's half expect at this year's half time performance. anthony - livejustin timberlake will hit the stage for the 3rd time in the super bowlmore than any other artist. he has new album that
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debuts tomorrow and he's ready to impress the millions who will be watching on sunday.pkg justin timberlake: "so i got this phone call right? and they were like would you come and do the halftime show? and i was like yeah!"he's back! justin timberlake returns to the biggest game in sports and he's ready to give america a halftime show they won't justin timberlake: "i'm excited to be stageonce again and at this point of my life and it's just a great opportunity."the last time he was on stage at the big game
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was back in 2004 and who can "wardrobe moment he had with janet jackson. this time around will we see any surprises?justin timberlake "without giving too much awaywe're things with this they've never quite done beforeso i'm excited to do that"it would be no surprise to see jt play a tribute to the man who made music in this cityjustin timberlake "in my opinion the greatest all that i could think culture. he's a huge influence on got to spend with him talking about musicthose are memories i will take forever. "anthony - livehe had the utmost respect for the late singer prince. by the way justin is great friends with tom brady,.but he wouldn't reveal who he is rooting forsaying hey i philly. (vicki) state water managers found little snowpack in the sierra... two months into what is typically california's wettest three months. overall in the sierra...the overall in months. wettest three california's typically into what is two months the sierra... snowpack in found little managers state water (vicki) philly.got concerts in forsaying hey i rooting reveal who he is he wouldn't tom brady,.but great friends with way justin is prince. by the way justin is great friends with tom brady,.but reveal who he is rooting got concerts in philly. (vicki) state water (vicki) state water managers
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snowpack in two months into what is california's months. overall in months. wettest three california's typically into what is two months the sierra... snowpack in found little snowpack in the sierra... two months into what is typically california's wettest three months. overall in the sierra...the snowpack stands at one-fourth of normal. but, the department of water resources says it's too early to be concerned about falling back into a drought. and that the state's reservoirs still have enough water from a rainy winter last year. up to 60 percent of california's water supply starts out as snow. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was another spring-like day around the bay area with highs soaring into the 70s in many places. it should be a rather mild evening bofore temperatures begin to cool into the 40s. doppler radar is
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still showing rain well to the north with only a few clouds moving across our skies.on the (grant) san francisco
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based retailer "old navy" is facing backlash tonight. in a viral post online... a man says he was racially
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profiled by a store manager. (vicki) now that store in iowa is temporarily shut down. marcus mcintosh has the story. this was old navy near jordan creek this afternoon.shoppers ended up stopping in their tracks... a sign in the window reads 'temporarily closed.'a move that could be traced to what happened to james conley the third tuesday.james conley iii/old navy customer:"i found two hoodies and i went to the cash register to check out when i was asked if i am going to purchase the jacket i had on."conley thought maybe it was a joke that he was asked about the jacket he says he was wore into the store before--a jacket he tells us he bought at old navy as a christmas gift for himself.it wasn't a joke.james conley iii/old navy customer:"the manager proceeded to say anytime anyone has old navy apparel on, they have to scan it."something he later learned may not have been true.james
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conley iii/old navy customer: "there were customers that were caucasian before me and behind me that had on old navy apparel similar to what i had, and they didn't get checked or anything."he says employees scanned his coat and tried to make him pay for it.he said the stalemate ended when he offered a solution.james conley iii/old navy customer: "i feel like i am being stereotyped as a black man and i shouldn't be. if you guys have surveillance cameras or tape you can go look, can you please go do that?a manager looked at and found conley had jacket when he entered store - - essentially ending the situation.james conley iii/old navy customer:"so i am fine to leave with my jacket on?"he says he still feels disrespected.james conley iii/old navy customer:"i didn't get any apology from the district manager, the store manager or the other employees."nats (grant) that was marcus mcintosh reporting. old navy..released this statement... "we are a company made up of diverse people - from all backgrounds and cultures. we encourage diversity in thought, celebrate diversity in each other...and demand tolerance and inclusion, always." the store says it's still investigating this situtation. (grant) coming up... court houses could soon be raided with ice officials making deportation arrests. and tonight we are getting reaction from san francisco district attorney george
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gascon. he joins us live on set in just a few minutes. (vicki) and after the break.. a suspect is on the loose in the east bay... after being accused of trying to ram down a sheriff's deputy. we have the latest on the search efforts.
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(vicki) local first.... here is a look at what's making news tonight in your
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neighborhood.(grant) a big story in san francisco.... an attempt to stop car break-ins in turns violent. an under cover cop was injured during a sting near alamo square. police say an auto burglary suspect... tried to flee in a car... and then struck that officer... and another suspect. it happened around 11:50 this morning near alamo square on hayes and pierce streets. the officer is expected to survive...the condtion of the injured suspect is unknown tonight. . (vicki) and in the east bay... a manhunt is underway in hayward for the suspect who rammed an alameda county sheriff's deputy with a stolen suv. it happened around 10 this morning...when a sheriff's deputy stopped the suv for speeding in the area of arbor avenue. the driver put the suv in reverse...pinning the deputy and his motorcycle to the back of the vehicle and dragging them. the deputy then fired multiple shots... before the suspect sped off.. the deputy expected to be okay. (vicki) in berkeley -- a man has been arrested for hitting
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a child on a bart train. it happened aroudn 9:30 yesterday morning. police say raymond benson hit a five-year-old child who accidentally bumped into him. benson was arrested on suspicion of willful harm to a child and battery on a transit passenger. the child was taken to the hospital for evaluation and treatment. (grant) in the south bay... san jose police detained a man after receiving reports that he was chasing people... with a chainsaw. the chaotic scene played out on flintdale avenue near flint avenue today. authorities say when officers arrived, the man did not have a chainsaw. police say he cooperated with officers. the man was taken to the hospitcal and placed in a 72-hour psychiatric evaluation. (vicki) in the north bay. sonoma county... will file a lawsuit against pg and e...for damages the county sustained in the october wildfires. the suit... which will be filed by late february...claims pg and e is responsible for tens of millions of dollars in fire damage...and between nine million and 23 million-dollars
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alone in debris removal expenses. county officials...say the suit is intended to make sure taxpayers do not pay the costs of the damage and cleanup expenses. (vicki) in marin county... the marine mammal center is urgently looking for volunteers to help with seal pupping season. elephant and harbor seals come to california's shores to give birth at this time of year. the center says some already need to be rescued. the center is looking for volunteers to care for the seals and their pups at their animal hospital. this is a six month commitment.. if you are interested in volunteering... the center is holding two open house events later this month. head to kron4-dot-com to find out more about this volunteering opportunity and the open houses. (grant) on the peninsula. federal and state lawmakers are holding a town hall event tonight in san mateo... to discuss the anticipated impacts of the new republican tax plan...passed in december. officials say many residents are unclear on how the new gop tax law will
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affect them and the town hall...is designed to bring some claritiy. the meeting étarts at seven p.m....on hillsdale blvd....at san mateo college. lawrence karnow: it was another spring-like day around the bay area with highs soaring into the 70s in many places. it should be a rather mild evening bofore temperatures begin to cool into the 40s. doppler radar is still showing rain well to the north with only a few clouds moving across our skies.on the satellite image you can see the storm track shifting further to the north as high pressur builds over california. offshore winds will strengthen overnight to bring even warmer weather to the bay area tomorrow. highs tomorrow under mostly sunny skies will be in the 60s to mid 70s. even warmer weather and possibly record breaking temperatures are possible on saturday. it wouldn't be a surprise to see a few temperatures sneak into the low 80s. i think we will see some slight cooling on sunday as high pressure begins to weaken. fair and above normal temperatures will continue into late next week.
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(vicki) ice agents could soon show up at courthouses to make deportation arrests. federal immigration officials say the move is to capture convicted criminals and gang members. (grant) joining us now to talk about the new guidelines... is san francisco district attorney george gascon. federal immigration authorities have formalized the practice of sending deportation agents to federal, state and local courthouses to make arrests, dismissing complaints from judges and advocacy that it instills fear among crime victims, witnesses and family members.wednesday's directive from u.s. immigration and customs enforcement said it will enter courthouses only to capture
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specific targets, like convicted criminals, gang members, public safety threats and immigrants who have been previously deported or ordered to leave. family, friends and witnesses won't be picked up for deportation but ice leaves a caveat for "special circumstances."the policy, signed by ice acting director thomas homan, says immigration agents should generally avoid arrests in non-criminal areas of the court, like family court and small claims, unless it has supervisor approval. (grant)
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convictions.thousand process all 8-a year to will take up to estimates it office the d-a's new life.chance at a approval.
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nearly 8-thousand marijuana convictions dating back to 19-75 are eligible for re- sentencing... or could be completely thrown out. on wednesday, san francisco district attorney george gascon annouced the process will now be much easier... those convicted will no longer have to come in or file any paperwork. for thousands of people, re-sentencing could mean a chance at a new life. the d-a's office estimates it will take up to a year to
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process all 8-thousand convictions.
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tonight in for your health... your morning coffee might soon come with a warning.(vicki) california keeps a list of
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chemicals it considers ápossibleá causes of cancer. acrylamide-- created when coffee beans are roasted-- is considered one of them. a lawsuit filed in los angeles targets companies that make or sell coffee. according to the suit....the defendants failed to warn coffee drinkers that they may be exposed to the chemical.(grant) the suit seeks to impose fines and force the companies to post warnings. coffee companies say the acrylamide levels in coffee should be considered safe under state law. they also say the health benefits of coffee outweigh the risks. (grant) coming up... hear how the warriors are responding to the rumors... that lebron james could join them on the court next season.
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turning now to the warriors-- normally, there aren't many juicy headlines before the all star break in the nba season. but, we have an exciting story to talk about today.(grant) social media abuzz late last night...after an espn report surfaced saying lebron james
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would be interested in meeting with the warriors this offseason. mark carpenter...joins us to break down this unlikely, but not entirely impossible scenario. what's going on mark? after what happened with kevin durant, we should know better by now that anything could happen. lebron james...is set to become a free agent this offseason and it's widely thought he'll be leaving cleveland. áif he does, he'll have several options in front of him, but until yesterday, áno one saw golden state as a possibility. and it seems, even kd doesn't think that is going to happen. "bullsáát, bullsáát. but you know, in this league, it's just like a couple years ago with me coming here. nobody would have thought that so, it's part of me as a basketball player, let's just worry about basketball. but on the other side, it's a business as well." but lebron james...joining the team that's defeated him in the
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finals in two of the last three years...seems pretty farfetched. first off, it's unknown if the warriors...would even want to do that transaction at all. bringing over the three-time champ and four-time mvp would entail...creating at least 25- million dollars in salary space...áand most likely parting ways with klay thompson, andre iguodala and several other players. durant understands why some would be interested in this, but he's not willing to entertain video game scenarios. "it's fun to see that suspense, but we are just getting away from the real game. you know we getting away from what really matters and that's just looking at ball and getting better. so moreso, people just enjoy that type of stuff and i get it. it's also just going to make our game bigger, but i don't know if we want to grow it that way, you know what i mean." and here's another reason why a move like this would not be easy. "he's gotta get number 23 from draymond." it's also worth mentioning the warriors have the highest payroll in the league. as of now, there has not been any reaction from
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lebron james himself. (vicki) let's get a check on what we are working on for kron4 news at six. steve aveson is standing by in the kron4 newsroom. thanks vicki.coming up new tonight at six. we"ve seen it so many times..suspected thieves caught on surveillance camera on doorsteps.. well tonight -- we'll tell you how a man was actually able to take action...and have the suspect arrested. plus -
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also new tonihgt -- we will will show you the five second snap-chat video that got a teacher fired. vicki back to you. thanks steve we will see you at six. (anchor) time now to check on time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was another spring-like day around the bay area with highs soaring into the 70s in many places. it should be a rather mild evening bofore temperatures begin to cool into the 40s. doppler radar is still showing rain well to the north with only a few clouds moving across our skies.on the
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satellite image you can see the storm track shifting further to the north as high pressur builds over california. offshore winds will strengthen overnight to bring even warmer weather to the bay area tomorrow. highs tomorrow under mostly sunny skies will be in the 60s to mid 70s. even warmer weather and possibly record breaking temperatures are possible on saturday. it wouldn't be a surprise to see a few temperatures sneak into the low 80s. i think we will see some slight cooling on sunday as high pressure begins to weaken. fair and above normal temperatures will continue into late next week. (grant)
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(vicki) next at 5... we'll take a sneak peak at a new movie hitting theaters tomorrow... that takes place right here in the bay area.
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(grant) in san jose....a massive mansion has been a tourist attraction for years. (vicki) but now, it's the subject of a new movie that's not for the faint of heart. david daniel has a preview. "it's a gargantuan seven-storied structure with no apparent rhyme or reason, built on the orders of a
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grieving widow. sarah winchester's mind is as chaotic as the house itself. we're worried about her sanity, dr. price." (nat)oscar winner helen mirren is sarah winchester, and jason clarke is the doctor summoned to her gargantuan house in "winchester." she believes she's guided by the spirits of people killed by the winchester rifle."at the chime of midnight, they clamor. the bells summon them. they communicate through plans, drawings. they want me to reconstruct the rooms that they died in. you don't believe any of this. i understand.""ma'am, i do not. i do not believe in anything i cannot see or study.""make your assessment, doctor."of course, it's not long before the man of science is swept up in the mysteries of the mansion."this spirit has a power we've not seen before." "you leave my family alone!" (nat) "your anger will never defeat us." (nat)"die! die!"in hollywood, i'm david daniel.
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(grant) tonight at 10... we take you on our own "mystery tour." we're going underground ... to a muni train station in san francisco. it's been around for years, but the trains don't stop there. the story behind the "ghost station" tonight at 10. (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) steve aveson and pam moore are here with what we are working on for kron4 news at six. (pam) thanks,grant and vicki... coming up on kron4 news... a car break-in sting at a san francisco tourist spot turns into a very scary situation... after an officer on a bike...trying to stop the suspect... was
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right now during the ultimate sleep number event, save 50% on the ultimate limited edition bed with adjustable comfort on both sides. ends soon. visit sleepnumber.com for a store near you. 'pretty close to home, kind of scary'(pam) a manhunt is underway for a suspect accused of ramming an alameda county motorcycle officer with a stolen s-u-v.. the officer fired multiple shots at the fleeing driver. (pam) good evening i'm pam moore. (steve) and i'm steve aveson. this violent altercation caused a residents and two schools to go on lockdown near where the suspect's vehicle was found abandoned. kron'4 maureen
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kelly explains how this all unfolded. five bulletholes can be seen in the windshield of the suv that the alameda county sheriff's office says was used to ram one of their motorcycle officers. they say the deputy tried to pull over the driver for speeding a little after 930 am. it turned out the suv was stolen...and here on arbor ave in hayward just off the 880 freeway the driver allegedly put the vehicle in reverse and hit the cop while still on the bike. the cop was dragged for 15-20 feet..once free of the motorcycle....the driver allegedly tried once again to run the deputy down.the suspect then put the car into drive, drove at the officer again we believe to run him overand to kill him. the officer pulled out his weapon fired into the vehicle. one man who lives nearby heard the commotion. i heard for what sounded like firecrackers loud ones. i got my clothes on and went outside looked on the block and i saw the motorcycle cop on the ground the bike not himthat's because, the deputy was able to walk away with only minor injuries. we're wondering why someone who is driving a stolen car would be so intense will be intent on
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running over a police officer no evidence of a major gunshot injury was found at the scene where the suv was found abandoned in the driveway of an apartment complex, it's rear bumper, hanging off. knock deputies went house to house looking for the suspect in the neighborhood....as some residents were told to shelter in place and two schools were put on lockdown during the 3 and a half hour search of the area. i'm feeling very bad because i close my whole windows and i'm inside and the police guy say don't come out the perimeter and lockdowns were lifted around 1pm. deputies are working to pull surveillance images of teh suspect so they can identify, locate and arrest him. maureen kelly kron4 news ( pam ) another big story tonight out of san francisco.
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an auto burglary turns violent, sending a police officer to the hospital, after he is alledgely run over by a suspect. (steve) it happened this afternoon in a popular tourist spot...at hayes and pierce streets..... near the painted ladies and alamo square. (pam) san francisco has seen an escalation in auto burglaries recently. kron four's terisa estacio is on the scene for us and joins us live with more on the arrests and how the tourists involved have a message to the injured officer. the officer was undercover at the time he was hurt the tourists extremely grateful for his bravery and quick action. (estacio) what would you like to say to the officer? he is a hero. he sacrfriced his life to help us. and what a day it turned out to be for this group who just arrived in san francisco thursday morning from orlando. the group had parked this black toyota near alamo square to go take some pictures - when erin's
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husband, forrest using his binnoculars, realized their car was being broken in to and, then realized, a police officer on a bike was trying to stop the suspect.forrest lin. i was scared. forrest says he was scared, because he then saw another suspect try and run over the officer and the suspect. forrest shared these pictures with kron four news this is the officer injured when the car ran him over and this is emerency crews treating both the officer and the suspect. the driver of the car - took off, but then crashed close by here at hayes and buchannan. a woman in a prius was struck, residents say they saw it unfold in front of them. daigin gaither, witness. they just jumped out and took off. san francisco police say the undercover plainclothes officer hit by one of the suspects was part of an ongoing operation to help crack down on the escalation of auto thefts in the city. robert rueca, san francisco police northern section was out here doing surveillance
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due to the high number of break ins. erin her husband and two friends tell me the suspects stole two pieces of luggage, but the officer was able to save their backpacks. erin. i think we are very grateful to the peace officer for us and the city, he acted very quickly (estacio ) police say they are still looking for possibly other suspects that may have been involved in this operation. ritght now they have two suspects in custody, te te (pam) a big story we are just learning about tonight involving immigration.. ice has confirmed.. it has made 77- raids over the past week in northern california. san francisco district attorney george gascon joined us here in the kron4 studios at 5:30 ... and our grant lodes and vikki
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liviakis asked him about the news as it was breaking ... (pam) three weeks (pam) three weeks ago, ice conducted similar operations at six ... 7-11 stories all over the bay area. (( áá steve on camera áá )) community policing has been taken to an entirely different level thanks to the alert involvement of a local citizen in san francisco. the incident began in the middle of the night at 1 in the morning on january 23rd with this alleged criminal act. like so many things these days this suspect is caught on camera.... but what's unusual is that he is seen taking surveilliance cameras themselves from a home in the dolores heights neighborhood. where it gets interesting is 12 hours later in the castro district when the homeowner comes upon the same
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man on camera walking down the street. he made a positive identification and followed the guy down the street calling the police and ultimately detaining the suspect with a citizens arrest. until police arrived on the scene and took over. the suspect is described as a 34 year old male who was cited and then let go pending an appearance in court. coming up tonight in prime time here on kron4 you'll hear from the homeowner who captured the bad guy in action on camera and delivered him to police. new tonight at six. police have released the identity of a cyclist .... who died in a collision with a big rig in west oakland on tuesday. he is 23-year-old cody sisson of oakland. sisson had been charged back in 2016 ... with a felony hate crime and vandalism .... for spray painting racial slurs on a san leandro school district office. and according to san leandro police, he admitted to committing the vandalism .. police say, sisson had just recently been released from jail. the unrelated collision incident ... remains
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under investigation. l-a schools police chief - right now, the person of interest is 12-years-old. police are talking about this morning's shooting inside a middle school classroom in los angeles. two students were shot and injured... catherine heenan is here with the latest on what happened... (catherine) first - news that someone had opened fire in a middle school classroom this morning.a 15-year-old boy was shot in the head. a 15-year-old girl -- in the wrist. students had to be searched one by one before being released from school buildings. then came the shocking news that police believe the person with the gun was a 12-year-old girl. video showed her being led away in handcuffs. the good news tonight...the most seriously injured student - the boy shot in the head - is actually doing well. doctors say he was hit in the temple but no 'vital structures' as investigators motive - there are questions young student got a gun in place.
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city attorney - this is a very action to very adult in our has a gun. you must store it out of access for any child to that if it turns out the gun home where it was not properly -- also be charges filed adults. two other children initially described as abrasions were actually grazed by bullets. they and released. steve (steve) emeryville police they was in possession of and burglary tools. karace tucker was during a security check parking lot.say during the sweep... an suv stacked with items. police say determined the suspicious suv tucker... who is on police say inside the suv drugs, drug paraphernalia, items associated sales. officers tools commonly used tucker was arrested for terms of his probation and narcotics. (steve) principal of palo alto high reportedly taken action campus murual painted by student james franco.according to the school's paly voice. workers over the mural this week.accusations of franco's misconduct. the actor paintings around school principal kim paly voice she plans to leave now. (pam) an officer injured by a vehicle fleeing the scene of a sideshow in richmond has now been identified... as onome (oh-no-me) ojo (o-jo). the former n-f-l player is still recovering from the incident... and according to lieutenant felix tran ... ojo is "banged up pretty good." these are the two 18- year-olds charged in connection with the crash. it happened crash.with the connection charged in year-olds the two 18- these are good." now. narcotics.possession of and pam? steve and released.were treated bullets. they grazed by slightly were actually slightly grazed by bullets. they were treated and released. steve and pam? (steve) new at six... emeryville police arrested a man they was in possession of illegal drugs and burglary tools. karace tucker was arrested during a security check at a casino parking lot. authorities say during the sweep... officers found an suv stacked with miscellaneous items. police say officers
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determined the suspicious suv belonged to tucker... who is on probation. police say inside the suv they found drugs, drug paraphernalia, and other items associated with drug sales. officers also found tools commonly used by burglars. tucker was arrested for violating the terms of his probation and possession of narcotics. (steve) the principal of palo alto high school has reportedly taken action to erase a campus murual painted by former student james franco. this according to the school's newspaper, the paly voice. workers began painting over the mural this week. this after accusations of franco's sexual misconduct. the actor still has other paintings around campus. school principal kim diorio told the paly voice she plans to leave those up for now. (pam) an officer injured by a vehicle fleeing the scene of a sideshow in richmond has now been identified... as onome (oh-no-me) ojo (o-jo). the former n-f-l player is still recovering from the incident... and according to lieutenant felix tran ... ojo is "banged up pretty good."
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these are the two 18- year-olds charged in connection with the crash. it happened around one-20 - sunday morning at marina bay parkway, near regatta boulevard. suspect juan vargas allegedly sped toward ojo, knocking him onto the windshield. vargas fled the scene, but his vehicle was found a few blocks away. ojo suffered a dislocated shoulder and head injury in the crash. he is an 8- year veteran of the department. (pam) despite objections from america's top law enforcement agency -- president trump is expected to declassify a memo .. detailing alleged surveillance power abuse ... by the f-b-i. (steve) this after certain redactions were made in an attempt to appease some members of congress and the intelligence community. grant lodes joins us now in the studio -- grant, what's going on here? (grant) the trump administration wants this controversial memo released. some say it could be a way to discredit the russia investigation.
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it alleges that the fbi abused its surveillance powers. both the f-b-i and justice department have warned not to release this memo. and top white house aids are reportedly worried that fbi director christopher wray could quit if the memo is released. house leader nancy pelosi is now demanding that devin nunes be removed as the intelligence committee chair. here's intelligence committe member and committe intelligence here's intelligence committe member and california representative eric swalwell.
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into late next week. (steve) coming up... yet another computer 'snatch and grab" .. details on where it happened this time, the suspects.. and a word of caution from police. (pam) the death of hollywood star natalie wood has long been one of tinstletown's biggest mysteries.. now, decades later - new questions... (steve) the governor's much -debated delta water tunnel project ... may face some big modifications, as the project talks move into the next phase.
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call your travel agent or rocky mountaineer for special offers now. police are looking for
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three men in the east bay.... suspected of stealing laptops. it happened yesterday at about 8-30 - at night ... on college avenue at an outdoor eating area... the three suspects approached the victims, grabbed their laptops and took off going south. the suspects had a getaway driver... and fled the scene in an older model, 4-door sedan. no one was injured during the incident . anyone with information is asked to call the berkeley police. (pam) nearly four decades after natalie wood's body was pulled from the water near catalina island ... there are new questions about how the actress died.
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a dramatic new suggestion from the sheriff's deputy ..who reopened the case in 2011.. (steve)catherine heenan is here with what we are learning tonight.catherine? (catherine) in the last 37 years the official view of wood's mysterious death has gone from accidental tragedy to possible crime. sheriff's deputies say witness accounts and physical evidence are now pointing them towards woods' husband, actor robert wagner "i think he's more of a person of interest now."natthe death of the hollywood legend was originally ruled an accident. "the los angeles coroner says tonight natalie wood apparently slipped, hit her head and drowned."the official verdict: wood fell in the water while trying to climb into a rubber dinghy from this yacht anchored off catalina island. "rita the los angeles coroner is saying natalie wood was drunk" after the l=a sheriff's department reopened the case, a new examination of the autopsy report, changed the cause from accidental to undetermined.a witness from another boat came forward to
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say she heard wood and wagner arguing on the night she vanished.she kept calling out help me please help me i'm drowning.four people were on board the yacht at the time ... wood and wagner, , fellow actor christopher walken and the captain, danny davern. davern says they had been drinking heavily.... and the atmosphere was ugly. "christopher and natalie were sitting on the sofa. and within a split second, robert wagner picked up a wine bottle, and smashed it on the coffee table. and yelled out what are you doing, trying to blank my wife."davern says he went up to the bridge and turned up the music to drown out their argument... the only words he could make out were "get off my boat.""they argued back there for a little while and it became silent.." natalie''s sister,lana told tmz=dotcom that davern gave her this account:"natalie was in the water. and that he and rj did nothing to pull her out. he said, and this is a direct quote: ''leave her there. teach her a lesson.''" rj is what friends called wagner."i said, ''well, let''s turn on the search light to see if we can see her.'' he said, ''no, we don''t want to do that right now.''"will anyone ever know the truth about natalie woods death? wagner, now 83, still says his wife died accidentallyshe hit the step and rolled in
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(catherine) robert wagner has not commented on the latest report.seven years ago, he said he welcomed the decision to reopen the case and planned to cooperate fully. steve and pam? let's take a look outside right now...(pam) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. lawrence karnow: it was another spring-like day around the bay area with highs soaring into the 70s in many places. it should be a rather mild evening bofore temperatures begin to cool into the 40s. doppler radar is
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still showing rain well to the north with only a few clouds moving across our skies.on the satellite image you can see the storm track shifting further to the north as high pressur builds over california. offshore winds will strengthen overnight to bring even warmer weather to the bay area tomorrow. highs tomorrow under mostly sunny skies will be in the 60s to mid 70s. even warmer weather and possibly record breaking temperatures are possible on saturday. it wouldn't be a surprise to see a few temperatures sneak into the low 80s. i think we will see some slight cooling on sunday as high pressure begins to weaken. fair and above normal temperatures will continue into late next week. (steve) an update tonight
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on a proposed change to the way california distributes water.... round two of hearings on the delta tunnels
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projects is set to begin next week. as capitol bureau reporter kody leibowitz tells us - it comes amid some recent controversy and a slight set back. the long proposed project is known as "california waterfix." governor jerry brown has proposed constructing two - 35 mile long tunnels to under the delta to bring water from the sacramento river to southern california farms and cities. supporters say it would modernize an outdated system. but delays in hearings have come amid controversy first -- allegations of illegal talks between the state water resources control board and the department of water resources. in a statement in january - discovery bay assembly member jim frazier said - "the publicdeserves to have confidence that the process is fair" then - reports that the tunnels project may turn out to be just one tunnel. restore the delta has been an opponent of the project. barbara barrigan-parrilla, restore the delta "if a single tunnel project were to go through, the cost per acre foot of water would go up dramatically, making it even more expensive for urban rate payers.(kody) (;15)kody leibowitz, @kodyleibowitz "now
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i spoke with a spokesperson with the waterfix project on thursday. she said there's no updates yet with this project. they expect something though potentially as early as next week, so we'll keep an eye out on that for you. but for now outside walnut grove, i'm kody leibowitz, back to you." (pam) ahead.. the superbowl is days away.. now, major red flags coming from an n-f-l hall of famer.. and a new study... about brain injuries and high mortality rates in the sport.
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< tomorrow i might wake up and not know where i am. how do you make the game safer? you don't play> as millions of football fans gear up for a big weekend this super bowl sunday... serious warnings about the sport's major concussion crisis ... coming from n-f-l hall of famer, brett favre.
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(steve) and today -- a new study is out on the long-term health effects of playing pro football. (steve) according to the study, n- f-l players have a 38-percent higher risk of dying younger compared with those who played in only a few games. the study was published today in the journal of the american medical association. it's authors caution that the mortality rate difference was statistically insignificant, meaning further studies are needed. but they say the study still raises key questions about the safety of the sport. (pam) the doping bans on 28- russian athletes were overturned today. the decision puts the international olympic committee's policy on russian doping into a frenzy, just a week before the winter olympics in south korea. the ban was originally put in place in 2014... during the 2014 sochi winter games. the 'court of arbitration for sport' upheld the appeals of athletes at that time.... but today's ruling means, the athletes' 2014 results are reinstated... and they can
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look to compete in the winter games which start on february 9th. ( steve ) coming up... olympic team doctor larry nassar is not the only one apologizing in the aftermath of years of sexual abuse of young athletes.. (pam) advocates are joining the
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fight over amazon's secondary headquarters. a bay area "h-q-2" has been ruled out -- and 20- cities have been named finalists. (steve) now -- a group of l-g-b-t-q activists is urging the company to reject invitations from states without anti-gay- discrimination laws. washington d.c. correspondent brie jackson has details from capitol hill. alexa, should amazon move to any state that discriminates against its lgbt customers and employees?that's the question gay rights advocates want amazon to answer "no". conor gaughan is a campaign manager:shocking 11 of the 20 finalists cities were in states 9 that don't have protections for discriminations against lgbt people.those 11 cities are
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in texas, north carolina, indiana, georgia and virginia. the group says it wants to raise awareness about what they call anti-lgbt lawseither on the book or in the works in those states.legislation such as the bathroom bill which requires transgender people to use the bathroom based on the gender on their birth certificate.the issue is still present, it's still relevant and its still a threat. we need to take that seriously. brie jackson: amazon plans to invest over 5 billion dollars and hire tens of thousands of employees for it's next location. state leaders and city government and business leadersknow this could be a game-changer for whichever city wins amazon's new headquarters.states across the country are continuing to do whatever they convince amazon to pick them.eric j. holcomb/ indiana governor 50-thousand employees a generational commitment of a company and that will require partnerships all throughout this state of indiana."roy cooper/n.c. governor: north carolina is the perfect place for amazon's new headquarters.i'd have something like..we contacted amazon, and the company so far has no comment on the no gay no way campaign. however in amazon's request for proposals from cities, it states: quotethe project requires a
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compatible cultural and community environment for its long-term success. this includes the presence and support of a diverse population'in washington, brie jackson. a live look outside.. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with another look at the four zone forecast... lawrence karnow: it was another spring-like day around the bay area with highs soaring into the 70s in many places. it should be a rather mild evening bofore temperatures begin to cool into the 40s. doppler radar is still showing rain well to the north with only a few clouds moving across our skies.on the satellite image you can see the storm track shifting further to the north as high pressur builds over california. offshore winds will strengthen overnight to bring even warmer weather to
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the bay area tomorrow. highs tomorrow under mostly sunny skies will be in the 60s to mid 70s. even warmer weather and possibly record breaking temperatures are possible on saturday. it wouldn't be a surprise to see a few temperatures sneak into the low 80s. i think we will see some slight cooling on sunday as high pressure begins to weaken. fair and above normal temperatures will continue into late next week. in san francisco,a group of people just landed in san francisco from orlando. they parked black toyota near alamo square when one man relized their car was being broken into. an undercover officer say the whole thing. he stepped in but another suspect that was in a get away car ran over the police officer and the suspect trying to break into the car. the police officer is okay.in san francisco, terisa estacio, kron4 news.
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in hayward, a suspect is on the loose after allegedly ramming an alameda county sheriff's deputy with a stolen car. the officer was dragged for 15 to 20 feet. that's when the suspect allegedly tried to run him over again. that's when the officer fired in to the suv. it is unclear if he was injured a youth soccer coach at many places in the south bay including here at oak grove high school in san jose has been arrested... accused of sexually assaulting a minor within the past two years at a private home in morgan hill.27 year old marciel gonzalez was arrested in morgan hill on wednesday nighthe most recently coached soccer here at oak grove...administrators believe the alleged victim is not one of their students because gonzalez has had access to many kids as a soccer coach.. authorities believe there could be more
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victimsin san jose will tran kron 4 news (steve) brianne randall was 17 years old in 2004 when she went to police in meridian township, michigan, and told officials she believed she had been abused by larry nassar. after an investigation, several interviews, and a presentation by the doctor, the case was dropped. (pam) today, officials took the rare step of issuing a public apology to randall for the handling of her case. from our partners at c-n-n ... kristen holmes reports... brianne randall-gay was just seventeen when she told police she'd been sexually abused by former doctor larry nassar today, more than a decade later frank walsh /meridian township manager: "i want to start with the most important reason we
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are here-- and that is to apologize."a tearful public apology from the same police department-- that failed to forward her complaint to prosecutors frank walsh /meridian township manager: "we failed you, we let you down." randall-gay went to the former michigan state university doctor with back pain in 2004. according to the police report-- it was during her second visit that nassar groped and attempted to penetrate her. the teenager and her mother went to authorities the next day but investigators believed nassar's explanation--that it was a medical techniquefrank walsh /meridian township manager: "we are sorry that we were manipulated and decieved" randall-gay faced nassar last week-- giving a powerful statement in courtthe meridian township manager and police chief-- by her side brianne randall-gay/larry nassar accuser: "the police questioned you-- and you had the audacity to tell them i had misunderstood this treatment because i was not comfrtoable with my body-- how dare you."officials announcing new preventative intiatives david hall/meridian township chief of police: "we're going to talk about good investigations and we're going to talk about survivors and their needs" nassar was sentenced to forty to 175 years in prison last week, after more than 150 women and girls said in court he had sexually abused them.i'm kristen holmes. (steve) coming up...
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florida high school job, and led reassignment for her assistant for her reassignment to a job, and led employee her job, and led to a reassignment for her assistant principal. it appears to show the school's registrar acting inappropriately with a student at a party. you can see in the video -- the woman appears to be bumping the underage student -- who also appears to be drinking. the student says, he did not know the woman bumping him in the video and admits, he was intoxicated. however, his mother does not want to take further action, so police have closed their investigation. (steve) tonight --a financial lifeline for hurricane-devastated puerto rico. the u-s department of housing and urban development says it's awarding the island one-and-a-half billion dollars to help it recover from hurricanes irma and maria. the money will be used as grants to support long-term recovery of seriously damaged homes and
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businesses in puerto rico. housing secretary ben carson says hud will also cut red tape to speed up puerto rico's recovery. carson says that will be done through reducing regulatory barriers and other roadblocks. officials said earlier this week that nearly half a million customers remain without power in puerto rico, more than four months after maria hit the island. coming up in sports.. yet another honor for warriors star steph curry.. this time from the western conference. and the rumor mill is running wild with word that cavs star - lebron james .. could become a warrior.. sports director gary radnich has details .. reaction and all the sports.. next.
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the warriors have argubly one or if not the best roster in the n-b-a... with four all-stars. to think lebron james would join steph curry and kevin durant this offseason would seem to be a joke rather than a reality. according to an espn report late last night... james would listen to the warriors if they create a max salary slot to sign him in free agency. golden state at this moment is looking to add the cavs star to their roster. lebron, who doesn't have a great relationship with owner, dan gilbert and with the team's recent struggles... is expected to decline his player option of over 35-million dollars. warriors forward, kevin durant is not buying the lebron rumors. "bullsáát, bullsáát. but you know, in this league, it's
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just like a couple years ago with me coming here. nobody would have thought that so, it's part of me as a basketball player, let's just worry about basketball. but on the other side, it's a business as well." "he's gotta get number 23 from draymond." if the warriors end up pursuing lebron... he would take a pay cut to his standards. lebron wouln't make more than 25-million dollars. it would be nearly impossible for the warriors to keep all four all stars. klay thompson or draymond green would need to restructure their contracts.
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the big question for the warriors would be how effective can steph curry be effective can would be how the warriors question for the big the big question for the warriors would be how effective can steph curry be with lebron. in january curry put up m-v-p numbers earning him the western
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conference of the month. he averaged 29.5 points per game while shooting over 51-percent from the field. curry helped guide the warriors to an 11-3 record. this is the seventh time curry has won this award. his biggest game was against boston... when scored a season-high of 49 points. in the east -- demar derozan was named player of the month. we are two weeks away from the n-b-a all-star weekend in los angeles. injuries are reshaping lebron's team... miami guard, goran dragic miami guard, goran dragic will replace kevin love on the all-star game. on tuesday the cavs forward broke his left hand. dragic leads the heat in points and assists. he is the first slovenian player to make an all-star team
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moving on to super bowl talk... tom brady will have his favorite target this sunday against the eagles. rob gronkowski has been cleared to play in super bowl 52. the patriots tight end was recovering from a
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concussion suffered in the a-f-c championship game against the jaguars. ealier this week... reports said gronk was going to play sunday today he was a full participant in practice last year in super bowl 51 against the falcons... gronk miss the game with an injury singer, justin timberlake will be the main attraction during the halftime show for the second time in his career timberlake says his show would be doing things they've never done before. he even the possiblity of bringing back janet jackson.well... no. no, um ... to be honest i had a ton of grand ideas about special guests, um, as you already know. we talked about a lot. yeah, there was ... uh... i had - there's a whole list. i think vegas has a lot of odds on it, i heard, um, from n'sync to j to chris stapleton to janet. and, um, but this year, i'm just excited - my band is the tennessee kids that i feel like those - they are my special guests
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watching the game is only part of super bowl sunday. some enjoy the commercials... former quarterback, peyton manning and universal parks and universal manning and universal parks and resorts partnered up for a new commercial... take a look...
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all while performing a grand jeté between two grand pianos. she could... in a commercial. in real life she uses it to pay her sister, from her couch, for that sweater she stained. what sweater? (phone buzzes) life, lived michaela's way. chase. make more of what's yours. (pam) studios usually avoid launching movies on super bowl weekend, and this year .. "winchester," is the sole movie opening in wide
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release. the winchester mystery house in san jose --- the inspiration for the film -- is hosting sold- out parties all weekend. guests will tour the mansion, view costumes from the film, and drink a toast to sarah winchester - the former owner of the house.. she is being portroyed by academy award winner helen mirren. guests will also be treated to a special screening of the film. analysts speculate, the movie should make between 6- and 8- million this weekend. (pam) 'super mario' is coming back to the big screen. nintendo announcing an animated movie starring its lovable plumber... is in the works. nintendo has teamed up on the project with 'illumination' -- that's the u.s. company behind the 'despicable me' and the 'minions' movie. mario's previous live action movie was panned by critics and fans. it had a 15- percent rating on rotten tomatoes. but film experts say.. 'illumination' has a good track record of making successful animated francises.... profitable. no release date has been set.
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(steve) the mars curiosity rover looks to be having fun taking selfies on the red planet. this is curiosity on mars' vera rubin ridge, which it's been investigating the last several months. and if you look just behind the rover's mast, you can find a mountain photobombing the vehicle! that mountain is mount sharp, where curiosity has been primarily based at since landing on mars five years ago. mount sharp provides curiosity with access to the red planet's layers, which were formed over millions of years. (lawrence)final check of your weeknight weather.. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with another look at the four zone forecast... a full hour
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