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whooshanybody who can say anything we don't need their names we just want to find why they did it who did it. grief from the family of a young san jose mother ... murdered execution style in her car. whooshan east bay emergency call center starts accepting 9=1=1 calls by text message, find out which bay area police departments now allow you to call for help without using your voice. "whoever threw it, that was their intent was the probably cause an accident."(pam) her windshield shattered by an object that hit her car... while driving on a bay area freeway. the victim tells us... it appears someone threw a pipe directly at her car. (pam) good evening, im pam moore.(steve) i am steve aveson. an absolute fright for this driver. and she shared with us pictures of the person, she says, chucked that pipe at her car... kron 4's justine waldman is in our newsroom with our top story... (justine) bam! just like
that ... katie nichols was driving home to chico from san francisco on 80... while in fairfield something smacked her car on sunday morning... and she couldn't believe what she saw on her dashcam video when she got home. a smashed windshield goes along with the scary story katie nichols has to sharesot it shattered my windshield almost like the size of a baseballa drive she's done dozens of times left her car damaged and glass on the seats. at first, while on i-80 in fairfield katie thought a rock smacked her.but it wasn't until she got home and checked her dashcam video she says she got to see the whole picture.sot it looked like a person on the side of the road and you could see the body twist and the arm come upstill images from the video show, what appears to katie, to be a person in a white coat standing behind the rail throwing something right at her!that something looks like a metal pipe, with a cord hanging off it.sot you know that kills somebody to throw a heavy thing like that into trafficshe just got the dash cam for christmas.a present that has now captured a very scary moment, that could have ended at lot worse.sot i'm grateful that the outcome is what it is just vehicle damage that can be fixed my kids
can't get another momma i'm glad that it did not end up being a bigger deal than it really was (justine) i did speak with the california highway patrol. officers told me, this is very concerning. and they want to look closely at the video to make sure it is a person throwing the object. and want anyone with information to come forward. in the newsroom justine waldman kron 4 news. (steve) an east bay d=m=v will an east bay d=m=v will stay closed until at least monday. after the location became flooded.
this is at the coliseum d-m-v location in oakland. tonight we know that flooding was caused by thieves stealing copper. c-h-p says someone got up on the roof and took the copper from heating and a- c unit. police say they got away with 50-dollars worth of copper...but ended up causing thousands of dollars of damage. people will now have to go to other d- m-v's. but local offices are honoring appointments scheduled for the coliseum d-m-v. again, monday is the earliest the coliseum d-m-v will reopen. (pam) a big story we're tracking.. a former san mateo county baseball coach... has pleaded no contest to molestation and sexual assault charges. 37-year-old julio edgardo ortiz... is facing 50- years in prison when he returns to court for sentencing in march. ortiz was arrested in september 20- 16... after a c-h-p officer spotted him off of interstate
- 280. prosecutors say, when that officer checked inside the vehicle.... he found ortiz sexually assaulting a teenage boy. police say, ortiz... met the teen when he was coaching baseball at a redwood city elementary school. he remains in custody on four- million dollars bail. (pam) and san jose police say, they have arrested a minor... for homicide. this is in a deadly shooting that happened early tuesday morning on keyes street. investigators say, they tracked down a car seen fleeing the scene. then arrested a 17 -year old boy in connection with the shooting. he was booked into juvenile hall for murder. it is the city's 5-th homicide this year. (pam) a san jose mother of two gunned down near her home saturday night. now the father of her children is begging for help getting justice.(steve) 32 year old elizabeth garcia was taken off life support monday night. kron4's maureen kelly has the emotional interview you'll see only on four. i feel empty i feel like i'm
in a hole i don't know what to dorudy valentino garcia senior holds his youngest 4 year old john carlo....while his oldest, 12 year old rodolfo junior looks on, as he talks about how hard it was seeing his ex girlfriend of 18 years after she was removed from life support.i want to see her yesterday and she wasn't there we had some issues at the end of our relationship but we were still the best friends it was relationship like no other. i trusted her with everything and she trusted me with everything. she gave me two beautiful kidssan jose police say the young mother was being chased by a unknown motorist while she was driving in a car with a male passenger in west san jose just before midnight saturday. after she crashed into a tree on the 3100 block of cadallic drive, the suspect then walked up to the wreckage and fired multiple shots into the car. the other passenger, who rudy says was elizabeth's current boyfriend, ran away as more shots were fired at him. rudy
says the shooting was just 200 feet from where elizabeth lived with her two kids. cadillac drive it's a tough neighborhood. there was gunshots the night before. there's a lot of gang related violence in front of her apartmentnow the boys are with their father...a go fund me page has created to help the family pay for funeral expenses. rudy says he is also hoping that anyone with information on the killing, can come forward and tell police what they know.they know us in the hood they know who we are and they know her. they know my kids. please help us with any information it's all we need. we just need closure. somebody did it. it wasn't her time to goa link to the go fund me page can be found on our website....kron4 -dot com. maureen kelly kron4 news (steve) new at 8 it's predicted there's a 72 percent chance of a 6.7 or greater earthquake in the bay area over the next 30 years...(pam)
now, some dire warnings about the impact of a major earthquake on housing in the bay area... kron 4's dan kerman is live in san francisco with more. dan for many the 6.9 magnitude loma prieta earthquake was the catastrophe of a lifetime. but a new study finds the impacts of the next big one to hit, especially if centered in one of the 9 bay area counties could be much worsesot dana brechwald/association of bay area governments 13-23if we're looking at an earthquake that is a larger magnitude and has an epicenter centered in the bay area we could see upwards of 10 to 20 times the housing loss we see during loma prieta the study by the association of bay area governments looked at 16 different scenarios, to find the impact on residential housing. the worst of the scenarios, a 7.8 earthquake on
the san andreas fault. .. the impacts: 30 billion dollars in quake related residential building damage, nearly 70-thousand uninhabited buildings, nearly 200-thousand households displaced, over 50- thousand people needing shelter, the study also recommended ways cities can reduce housing loss sot understand what vulnerable housing you have in your jurisdiction, retrofit housing, that's the biggest piece and for new housing consider increasing building codes so housing goes beyond life safety and people are able to stay in their homes after a disaster. and the other piece we always recommend is earthquake insurance.
(steve) and you can track earthquakes and how to prepare for them at kron-4 dot com. we have a special section with an interactive map of quakes around the world. and tips on how to get ready for the next big one. all at kron-4 dot com lawrence karnow: our stretch of beautiful weather with above normal temperatures continue today. several more records feel again. it is a gorgeous evening outside but i'm beginning to see some changes in the weather coming our way. if you're looking for rain you have to look all the way to our border with canada. but high pressure is showing some signs of weakening. on the satellite you can see that high pressure has begun to flatten out. even though it
will be another warm day tomorrow we may begin to see a few patches of fog develope along the coast especially late in the day. highs tomorrow will again soar into the 60s and 70s near the coast with some mid to upper 70s inland. it will still be warm but cooler on friday with 60s and patchy fog at the coast and 70s and sunshine inland. it will be partly cloudy and windy on saturday with cooler temps generally in the 60s. it will mostly sunny on sunday but there is at least a slight chance of a few widely scattered showers on monday. sunshine and mild weather will return on tuesday and wednesday. (steve) san francisco city leaders accepted 10- million dollars in state funding for two new navigation centers...to help the homeless. the two new facilities will be locted at bayshore boulevard and division circle. they will serve people living in encampments. and help people who have been unable to get services like health care or traditional shelters. city officials
say centers have a proven track record of getting people into stable housing. coming up at eight.. a convicted murderer in san quentin .... awarded 65- thousand dollars... over what a prison worker made him do. plus. a parking scheme targeting drivers in northern california. police explain the tell-tale signs you got a fake ticket. and next. is it the return of the drought? why a dry winter could spell trouble for california.
(steve) drought concerns are back in california.... as rainfall across the region is barely half .... of what history tells us it should be. that same history suggests we are ánotá going to catch up either.(pam) as kron four's rob fladeboe reports... one long time bay area weather- watcher says... we are ánotá in drought territory just yet.
rob fladeboe/morgan hill "...hard to believe that anderson reservoir here in morgan hill was full and about to spill over and flood coyote creek just about a year, but what a difference a year makes..."the calendar says it's early february but you wouldn't know it judging from the dazzling display put on by the flowering pear trees that are blooming more than a little early across the bay area. tulip trees like this one are out early too and we don't usually see such a profusion of wild mustard until march or later. it's as if the trees think winter has come and gone. the odds of this being a normal rainfall year are slim and none says adjunct san jose state meteorology professor jan null. jan null/golden gate weather service"....in most places in california, it's none, historically with this little rainfall this late, we've never reached normal, in a couple of places like san francisco which has records going back to the gold rush, we've gotten back to normal twice but the odds of doing so this year are very slight..." rainfall across the region is little more than half of normal. december was incredibly dry, almost no rain. most of the rain we've had fell in january whle february has been dry and unseasonably warm and there's no rain on the immediate horizon. in the south bay, reservoirs are just 26 percent full even though the underground aquifer is in good shape. on the upside, professor null recently
records feel again. it is a gorgeous evening outside but i'm beginning to see some changes in the weather coming our way. if you're looking for rain you have to look all the way to our border with canada. but high pressure is showing some signs of weakening. on the satellite you can see that high pressure has begun to flatten out. even though it will be another warm day tomorrow we may begin to see a few patches of fog develope along the coast especially late in the day. highs tomorrow will again soar into the 60s and 70s near the coast with some mid to upper 70s inland. it will still be warm but cooler on friday with 60s and patchy fog at the coast and 70s and sunshine inland. it will be partly cloudy and windy on saturday with cooler temps generally in the 60s. it will mostly sunny on sunday but there is at least a slight
(pam) a convicted murderer at san quentin state prison was turned into a sex slave and is now being compensated for the abuse. (steve) a u-s jury is giving the victim 65-thousand dollars... after he sued vocational instructor silvia pulido. william cordoba... says the suspect pressured him into trading sex acts after promising him a lawyer to help him get out of prison. the 57-year-old cordoba says the abuse began in 2010 when he became her clerk. and when he attempted to escape the sex deal...pulido accused him of disciplinary violations that put him in solitary confinement for nine months. (pam) davis police are warning residents about a new phishing scam that is floating around. people are getting emails about parking tickets -- they even include a ticket number. the police department says, it does not collect parking tickets this way.. and is encouraging people not to click on the links. the department
says, real tickets - will not only be on your windshield, but you will get a follow up reminder in the mail -- not through an email. new ahead at 8 your paycheck may see a boost thanks to the new tax law... we look at how much more money you can expect. and next. a florida homeowner shocked ... after finding a man delivering a package in his home... and it happened to him twice ! ((gary sports tease))"coming up a little bit later in this broadcast. a wild story from indianapolis where the coach backs out at the last minute to return to new england. we'll explain it. also a golden state warriors says, 'russell westbrook took the life out of me, send me to the minor leagues.' very rare. and also the great singer ciara is also going to get a mention here. we'll explain later, in this broadcast." ((steve))here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine... ,.
(pam) a florida man says, he was shocked to find an amazon delivery man ...wandering through his house saturday.(steve) and even more shocked when it happened against the next day. john rogers spoke with the disgruntled amazon customer. on saturday afternoon, michael lentini was waiting for a package to be delivered. typically boxes are just left out front, but that day he got a special, unexpected delivery. michael lentini/disgruntled amazon customer: "i looked this way because i heard the elevator door open, i thought, somebody that i know."nope, it was an amazon delivery man who wandered through his house and wound up in his master bedroom.
-reporter q-michael lentini/disgruntled amazon customer: "when you saw this guy standing here, what were you thinking.//i instantly froze, because its something that you cant understand until it happens to you."the delivery man quickly dropped off the package and left. surveillance video showed he had spent a few minutes inside the home.-reporter q-michael lentini/disgruntled amazon customer: "no. none whatsoever, it's a private house."lentini called amazon and was notified that it would never happen again.sure enough, it did! the very next day!-reporter q-michael lentini/disgruntled amazon customer: "unsecure knowing that amazon has a bigger problem than one driver."an amazon official told news channel eight the delivery men got confused with the layout of the modern house. they added-'we are working directly with the customer to investigate and will be addressing any findings with personnel.' (pam) lentini says -- going forward -- he will probably just stick with fedex for deliveries. (steve) federal prosecutors say, 36 people have been indicted in a global cyber crime ring. they
say the thieves bought and stole credit card information...leading to losses of more than 530- million dollars. officials say the so-called "infraud organization" was a "one stop shop" for criminals worldwide. they say the organization has nearly 11- thousand members... and has targeted more than four point three million credit cards and bank accounts. 13 people have been taken into custody in eight countries including the u-s. coming up at eight.. the woman known for sneaking into airports and even onto planes... faces a judge.. again. what the court told the "serial stowaway" plus. a couple getting random package deliveries --- at first thought it was funny...now they say they just want it to stop. and next. an east bay city is now taking 9-1-1 texts .... adding to the growing number of bay area departments participating in the feature. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast. details are right after the break.
(pam) another bay area city is allowing people to text 9-1-1 in case of emergency .. you can now text hayward dispatchers .. (steve) in recent months law enforcement across the state have been adding the feature. kron4's haaziq madyun explains when police say you should use it. you are looking at a text message received here at hayward police department's 911 communications centersot
hayward police lt. antonio puente talks about how text messaging 911could come in handy depending on the nature of the emergencysota map will also appear giving an approximate location of the caller but not the addresssot the hayward police department joins the alameda county sheriff's office as the only two law enforcement agencies in alameda county with 911 text messaging servicesot brenda bruner/alameda county emergency dispatch manager: "we are excited, hayward is one of our neighboring agencies and we will be able to route our 9-1-1 calls that may border up with our jurisdictions">other bay area law enforcement agencies offering 911text messaging service include richmond, sunnyvale department of public safety and the santa clara police department. officials at the alameda county
sheriff's office say a state wide roll out of the text 911 messaging service is anticpated by the end of 2018...in hayward haaziq madyun kron4news a woman caught sneaking onto planes without a ticket a number of times... is still behind bars. a chicago judge ruled today that 66- year-old 'serial stowaway' marilyn hartman will remain in jail for now -- due to her history of repeat offenses. she was arrested at o'hare airport last month. and hartman is very familiar in the bay area. four years ago hartman successfully snuck onto a plane at san jose mineta airport ... and flew to los angeles. she has also tried to get on several flights at san francisco international airport... where she arrested. hartman has
been indicted on felony charges ...and is set to appear in court again on february 21st. (steve) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: our stretch of beautiful weather with above normal temperatures continue today. several more records feel again. it is a gorgeous evening outside but i'm beginning to see some changes in the weather coming our way. if you're looking for rain you have to look all the way to our border with canada. but high pressure is showing some signs of weakening. on the satellite you can see that high pressure has begun to flatten out. even though it will be another warm day tomorrow we may begin to see a few patches of fog develope along the coast especially late in the day. highs tomorrow will again soar into the 60s and 70s near the coast with some mid to upper 70s inland. it will still be warm but cooler on friday with 60s and patchy fog at the coast and 70s and sunshine inland. it will be partly cloudy and windy on saturday with cooler temps generally in the 60s. it will mostly sunny on sunday but there is at least a slight
(pam) house democratic leader and bay area representative nancy pelosi broke a record today.(steve) she gave the longest speech ever recorded on the house floor - totaling more than eight hours.natasha chen summarized what she said - and how it plays into this week's shutdown deadline. rep nancy pelosi/-d- minority leader: i rise in opposition to the bad bill for hardworking americans that's on the floor today. house minority leader nancy pelosi started speaking shortly after 10 a-m...rep nancy pelosi/-d- minority leader: there is
nothing partisan or political about protecting dreamers. ...asking house republicans to ápromiseá a conversation about immigration next week, since that issue is not addressed in áthisá week's budget deal.rep nancy pelosi/-d- minority leader: their dream is to give back to america.hours into her speech..rep nancy pelosi/-d- minority leader: this is a story......she read countless stories of individual dreamers' contributions to their communities.rep nancy pelosi/- d- minority leader: what you see that these dreamers follow so closely what our families and our ancestors did coming here.you've probably seen filibusters before.the most famous one is scripted by hollywood - in mister smith goes to washington.from mr. smith goes to washington/sony pictures: ..no sir, i will not yield!- but even the idealistic mr. smith made his speech in the senate, not in the house. there are no filibusters in house rules - but top leaders have unlimited 'leader time'.the longest house speech before this was one hour - in 2009 - by then-speaker john boehner.when pelosi passed the eight-hour mark - the national republican congressional committee tweeted: "dear @nancypelosi every minute you're in front of the cameras, you make our job easier. best, @nrcc"pelosi ended her speechwith a plea... rep nancy pelosi/-d- minority leader: let's thank the dreamers for their courage their optimism, their inspiration to make america, more american. in washington, i'm natasha chen, reporting.. (pam) the senate unveiled its
version of a two- year budget deal earlier today... but it still needs to pass the house.. a deal must be signed by both houses by thursday night, to avoid another shutdown. still ahead at 8 changes to a tradition .... stirring controversy at a new york school.. why they will no longer have the father daughter dance. and next. one week away from v-day vicki liviakis shows us some sweet treats for you or your valentine.
fire fighting is a very dangerous profession. we have one to two fires a day and when you respond together and you put your lives on the line, you do have to surround yourself with experts. and for us the expert in gas and electric is pg&e. we run about 2,500/2,800 fire calls a year and on almost every one of those calls pg&e is responding to that call as well. and so when we show up to a fire and pg&e shows up with us it makes a tremendous team during a moment of crisis. i rely on them, the firefighters in this department rely on them, and so we have to practice safety everyday. utilizing pg&e's talent and expertise in that area trains our firefighters on the gas or electric aspect of a fire
and when we have an emergency situation we are going to be much more skilled and prepared to mitigate that emergency for all concerned. the things we do every single day that puts ourselves in harm's way, and to have a partner that is so skilled at what they do is indispensable, and i couldn't ask for a better partner. ah valentine's day. maybe you're planning a date at a fancy restaurant. or there's always a dozen red
roses. or, you might appeal to the sweet tooth of your sweetheart.(steve) tonight on dine and dish, vicki liviakis delves into the seductive deliciousness of a box of chocolates. and it's new tonight at 8. go on admit it - you're a choc-laholic. so why wait until valentine's day to indulge? from deep dark, to silky milk chocolate. it's the high point of the lover's holiday. blame it on cocao chemicals. ...it's the same feeling as when you're kind of in love. michael recchiuti loves what he does... he is a chocolatier. people ask me what i do i say i make chocolate and they kind of smile. and so close to valentine's day - he and his fellow chocolatiers here at the recchiuti chocolate factory in francisco are whipping up these pretty confections. some with edible artful decals - ones recchuiti even sports as arm
tatoos. some chocolates come in the shape of hearts. others loaded with gooey caramel goodness. each a tiny slice of paradise. it's not wonder that a box of chocolates is the surest way to someone's heart. it doesn't last forever but you just have some more, until the next piece. in san francisco, vicki liviakis kron 4 news. (pam) if you have a restaurant, bistro, cafe or bar that you'd like to see featured on 'dine and dish'... you can send an email to dine and dish at kron 4 dot com .... or fill out the submission form on our website. you can also check out our new 'dine and dish' facebook page. (pam) also new at 8. the plan to change a traditional father- daughter
dance... is creating controversy at one new york elementary school.(steve) the school is postponing the dance due to the city's gender neutral policy. and while some parents are supporting the move...others say it is going too far. that school's principal says they are rescheduling the dance due to the city's policy it requires school events to include all types of students and families. but some parents say being politically correct is getting in the way of a special bond. (steve) despite differences of opinion the event will move forward as a dance for all. the principal just says now they're looking for a bigger venue to fit everyone. (pam) in sports... more fallout from the patriots
assistant ... who spurned another n-f-l team at the last minute... you'll want to hear what that team's general manager had to say today...( steve ) and one of the warriors asks to be demoted to the nba's developmental league... gary has that story... and the players reaction... coming up next at 8 your paycheck may go up this month -- thanks to the new tax law. we look at how much money you can expect.
money money money... your paycheck may go up this month -- thanks to the new tax law.(pam) in today's consumer watch -- mary moloney explains... how much more money you could get. as the irs implements the new tax plan -- you could see a bump in your paycheck.the congressional budget office estimates employers will likely withhold between 10 and 15 billion dollars less from workers every month.meaning more money for you.payroll service a-d-p crunched the numbers.let's say you are a single filergetting paid twice a monthtaking one withholding allowancecontributing five percent to a 401-kmaking 57 thousand dollars a year.you could see 60 dollars more in each check.if you make about 162 thousand dollars a year -- expect to see about 190 dollars more.let's look at married workers who file jointlyput five percent in a 401 (k)get paid every two
weeks but take two allowances. the joint filer making 61 thousand dollars could see an extra 40 bucks a pay period. remember -- your take-home pay depends on much more than just your salary and allowances. state and local taxes as well as health deductions may also impact your pay -- and could eat up any potential extra cash.for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney (steve)(steve) mary moloney (steve) a massachusetts couple says they've been receiving free packages from amazon for months... it all started in october.... at first they didn't mind the mystery packages that would come once or twice a week. but now they want it to stop. amazon told the couple the gifts were paid for by gift cards but had no sender information. experts believe the anonymous sender is most likely sending the items elsewhere so they can leave glowing reviews. amazon says they are currently
investigating this issue. you don't see this very often... an nba player requesting a demotion... patrick mccaw... who had a very rough time trying to guard russel westbrook last night... requested that he be sent you don't see this very often... an nba player requesting a demotion... patrick mccaw... who had a very rough time trying to guard russel westbrook last night... requested that he be sent to the g-league... that is the nba's developmental league... temorarily so he can get more paying time to work on his game mccaw and his father met with steve kerr
last week about the move... mccaw will report to the santa cruz warriors on friday and play a few games there after a very promising rookie season... mcacaw has stuggled this year... resulting in less playing time off the bench here he is on the requested demotion... earlier today(sot: mccaw) "i just asked if i could go down there and get some consistent run in, get up and down and get my conditioning right. just play. for me i think that's all i really want to do. so, just going down to the g-league, gets some reps in, and stand ready."
cavaliers needed something special tonight... and they got it... tied in overtime with minnesota with 1 second left... lebran catches and hits the fade-away jumper from the free throw line to win it at the buzzer... take another look... how lebron got that open who knows... but he knocks down the game-winner as time expires... a wild celbration ensues the cavs beat the t'wolves... 140- 138...on lebron james' buzzer- beater...in overtime patriots offensive coordinator josh mcdanies backed out of the colts head coaching job at the last minute... today... the fallout... mcdaniels agent... ... terminated his relationship with mcdaniels as his representative... my word is my bond,"... said lamonte... "once you break that, there's nothing left." he also said mcdaniels was "committing professional suicide"... by leaving the colts in the lurch
lamonte is also the agent for colts general manager chris ballard.... who had a parting line when asked about the mcdaniels (sot: chris ballard) "it's his parogative and it's his choice. he chose not to be an indianapolis colt. that's okay, we'll move forward. (reporter question). i don't have knowledge of that. thank you all. the rivalry is back on (media laughs)." today is national signing day... the day for the top high school football players in the country to announce which college they will play for... stanford locked up one of the best quarterbacks in the country... 6-6 tanner mckee of centennial high school in sourthern california mckee is ranked the 76th best player in the country by espn... and the 5th best pocket passer in the nation both stanford and cal brought in top 50 recruiting classes nationally... stanford was 38th... while cal was 49th... (wipe to fullscreen) this one was crazy... national recuit jacob copeland... a receiver from pensacola, florida... announces on national tv he
will attend florida... his mom... who is wearing an alabama sweater and a tennessee hat... walks right off the set... clearly upset her son chose the gators over the crimson tide and volunteers his mom did return later... though... and gave an emotional copeland a hug. the yankees made a trade with the rangers for a player that will likely never play for them... that's because that player is seattle seahawks quarterback russell wilson... the four-time pro bowler and super bowl champion... who played baseball in college... went from texas to new york for future considerations wilson is expected to appear at the yankees' grapefruit yankees' appear at the yankees' grapefruit league
camp in florida,sometime this or next month he has said he does not intend to pursue a major league career... but close to the sport... he had desire to be yankes organization next at 8. a study by a local university shows... apple watches can detect one disease with 85- percent accuracy. tonight at 9 so you're food delivery? (yes) who ubereats? (yes) san francisco might be pretty close to rolling out dedicated ride-hail pickup and and drop off locations but will it work? i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly.
at stanford health care, we can now simulate the exact anatomy of a patient's brain before surgery. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for seizures. and if we can fix damaged heart valves without open heart surgery, imagine what we can do for an irregular heartbeat, even high blood pressure. if we can use analyze each patient's breast cancer to personalize their treatment, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you. (pam) wearable technology
conducted a study finding the apple watch can detect diabetes with 85-percent accuracy. macworld reports they used about 14-thousand people to track results. heart rate sensors in the watch can pick up on any irregularities that point to specific conditions. cardiogram has also found that hypertension, sleep apnea and atrial fibrillation can be detected. results of the study were presented wednesday at an artificial intelligence conference in louisiana. (steve top vo) check out this new video tonight... breathtaking view of the waves off big sur in montery county. the water is lit up. here's the scientific answer.... it's a bloom of marine life... various species of plankton that are luminous. right now there's a high concentration in the area... creating this beautiful spectacle. best viewing is right after sunset. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(steve) grant
lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))that's right pam and steve...new tonight at nine...tempers flare in the north bayover the recovery process for firestorm victims. santa rosa residents say the governemnt isn't doing enough to help them rebuild their community.their concerns...and frustrations, next in a live report.thieves steal 50-dollars worth copper...but caused thousands of dollars worth of damage, which forced the closure of a dmv in oakland.when that office is expected to reopen.((grant)) plus...more spring-like temperatures on the way for the bay area.chief meteorologist lawrence karnow has your four zone forecast. ((vicki))keep it here...kron 4 news at nine starts right
residents who are trying to rebuild... after the deadly firestorm ravaged the north bay.... and now fire victims say they are left dealing with more problems and conflicting information... (grant) thanks for joining us... i'm grant lodes...(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis.... this is what what was left over after the massive fire burned through the community... and tonight residents say they are constantly getting the run-around... and are dealing with a new set of problems like water contamination, fema clearance issues and just no communication from head officials...(grant) kron4's hermela aregawi is live at the meeting-- in a story that's new tonight at nine... hermela, what did residents tell you? a lot of residents here were frustrated because they say they are getting the run around and are coming upon obstacles where they didn't think there would be any as they are trying to rebuild. the most common problem was about debris removal. that's where a lot of people still are in the process. many have not even begun to rebuild. what they