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yard in pittsburg. good evening i'm grant lodes. (vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis. the shelter in place was lifted just a few hours ago. it affected people in the parkside manor neighborhood in the areas of andrew avenue and jimno avenue... and north parkside drive and 17th street. (grant) kron4's dan kerman is at the scene.. we will have a live report coming up. (grant) another big story we are following tonight... more threats on school campuses in the bay area. in the east bay... graffiti... threatening violence... was found on a wall at alameda high school. and in sonoma county... students in sebastapol were sent home-- also due to threatening graffiti. kron 4's terisa estacio reports from analy high school.
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(vicki) and at a high school in the east bay, a death threat is found in the student restroom.(grant) there was a heavy police presence today at that school in response to the threat... kron4's haaziq madyun shows us where it happened. sotsotsot kron4 obtained a copy of the threat in this photo shared between students. you see the date two, twenty seven, eighteen and the words...everyo ne is dead. the student
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sharing the text wrote...not tryin to go to school. the threat was found monday written on a bathroom stall here at alameda high school, in alamedasoton tuesday police were still trying to find the student who wrote the threat while simulatneously maintaining a visable presence outside the schoolsotofficials at alameda unified school district say a student will find themselves in big trouble if they are tcaught making a threat like this at schoolsot in alameda haaziq madyun kron4news
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(grant) new tonight at 5... ice agents have made as many as 50 arrests throughout northern california during their latest immigration sweeps. officials tell kron four two arrests were made last night, bringing the total to about 50 arrests in recent raids. the locations of the arrests are not clear. kron4 learned that ice agents were conducting operations throughout the bay area over the weekend. (grant) a central valley man is behind bars tonight... after federal prosecutors say he tried to join isis. the man is identified as 21- year-old bernard augustine. he is from keyes... which is in stanislaus county...just south of modesto. augustine was arrested in tunsia in 20-16... as he was trying to enter lybia. officials say before augustine left the u-s... he expressed his support for isis. a search of his laptop also showed that he researched how
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to join the group. (vicki) one storm in the rear view mirror and another one bearing down on us as winter returns to northern california. this is video as snow fell in livermore. (grant) we also saw some snow-capped peaks. kron four's rob fladeboe is live in the south bay with a closer look. rob? (rob live) i'm here along bailey avenue in south san jose. when i drove past here this morning, on the way up there to 4,000 foot loma prieta, the mountain was covered in snow. much of it has melted away now but we could see some more snow by the end of the week. stretches of summit, mount bache and other high mountain roads are sheer ice after the recent dusting of snow is melting and then freezing again. extreme caution is recommended.anonymous driver
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"...you will probably be okay in most any vehicle but you gotta take it slow or you will slide..." despite temperatures that didn't get much above 40, there are still some patches of snow here and there beginning about where the pavement ends. a bit more up there on 4,000 foot plus loma prieta. but it was enough to make ethan gamboris, who is from bostin, a little homesick as he snapped a few picturess to send home.ethan bamboris/homesick for snow "...yeah i'm a bit homesick and i'm not saying this is a cure all but it was nice to see some snow just the same..." rob fladeboe/santa cruzmtns "...so little or snow this time but there may be more on the way later in the week when another cold storm moves in. not much rain so far this winter either and while that is bad news with another drought looming, it is good news for thelandscape around here which is still bearing the scars of the recent loma fire.that dusting of snow helps to reveal areas most vulnerable to heavy rain. slides and slipouts have been few but the roads are a minefield of frozen potholes. a few loads of gravel made for
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a smoother ride for nick nash of santa cruz, who says this is the first time he has ever been to the snow.nick nash/first visit to the snow "....i was told there was snow up here and then a saw the white capped mountains and i had to come and see for myself..."as seen from across the valley, there is more snow in the diablo mountains. this was mount hamilton road on monday. obive) you'll have to take my word foit b there was also snow on nearby m umunhumthis morning and as cold as it's been, there may be more snow on the way later in the week.live in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news (anchor) time now to check on time now (anchor)
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time now to check on our weather... with chief our weather... to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day if not a little cool. highs today were in the 50s and 60s but it was sunny all the way to the coast. tonight will be another cold night with lows in the 30s and 40s. you can still see some of the snow on our mountains from yesterdays storm. and there's another storm on the way. on the radar you can see a few more showers in southern california and a little snow there too. on teh satellite we can just see the next storm putting itself together in the gulf of alaska. it will bring cold air from the arctic while tapping some very moist air from the tropics. the two will combine to bring us one of the biggest stoirms of the season. some of the wettest mountains could see 3 to 5 inches while the urban areas could see an inch or more. snow is also
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possible especially on friday down to 2,500 feet. we will see increasing clouds tomorrow with a chance of showers developing late in the day. it will be windy with periods of heavy rain on thursday. showers and possible thunderstorms will continue on friday with mountain snow. showers will likely linger on saturday before drying on sunday. (grant) 1. walnut (grant) on sunday. on sunday.before drying saturday before drying on sunday. (grant) (grant) 1. walnut creek 2. livermore putting, hayward 3. hail ball san jose, newarksan jose, newark 4. snow on mt. diablo
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(grant) most people and video by uploading them using the kron four mobile app. check it out...scroll down a little...click the report it little...click the report it button...and the report it button...and it's a quick and easy process. and thank you to everyone who shared images...we do appreciate it. (vicki) back to our top story tonight... a shelter in place has been lifted in the east bay after a hazardous materials emergency. kron4's dan kerman is live in pittsburg with the details. dan? (vicki) kron 4 first kron 4 first told you
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about the shelter in place through our mobile app. we sent a push alert just before 2:30 this afternoon. make sure you download the kron4 mobile app to always get the latest breaking news. (vicki) coming up... we know housing in the bay area is expensive... but tonight we are learning just how quickly the prices are rising. (grant) plus... some might call it extreme... parents are now letting their kids go under the knife... to avoid gettg bullied. (vicki) plus after the break... outrage after two brothers accused of possessing child porn... are releed from jail in the south bay.
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who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. (vicki) the two brothers..
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twins.. both facing child porn charges... are out of jail. and as kron 4's camila bernal reports... that fact is not sitting well with some in law enforcement. clifford and clinton pappadakis are twin brothers and face charges of child pornography.... they were arrested and released on their own recognizance they did not have to post bail2:48:29 i think the word frustrated isn't strong enough i think we are pissed off and everybody should bethe president of the association, sargent paul kelly says he doesn't know exactly who is to blame for their release but is now calling it a serious mistake 2:48:47 for the police officers to do all their work and then really for someone to throw it right back in their face and let them out um i don't know where are they today? is someone else getting victimized right now?in his opinion, the release of these two men, who are former coaches in san jose schools, puts at risks the countless hours of investigation, evidence collection and witness interviews 2:52:37 we
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gatta step up we gatta do our job and hopefully no one else gets victimized but we shouldn't have to. we already did our job those victims and witnesses came forward, they did the right thing and we need to support themhe doesn't want to see any more crimes committed 2:52:01 but it doesn't make us less sick to our stomach i think this one hits home because you're dealing with two individuals who have done this probably for a very long time and there's probably many victims that don't even know they are victims quite yetin san jose, camila bernal kron 4 news (grant) u.s. u.s. homes prices are climbing at a fast clip.... (vicki) catherine heenan is here with the latest numbers....and a look at how the bay area fits into the picture...
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(catherine) home prices are not only going up.....they rose last year at the fastest 12-month pace in 3-and-a-half years... it's happening as potential home buyers fight over a limited number of available properties.. a new report from standard and poor says the national home price index jumped6-point-three percent in 2017. that's moving a lot faster than wages. the west is doing the best......seattle, las vegas and san francisco were the metro areas withthe biggest price gains. san francisco prices were up 9.2 percent... behind seattle at 12.7 percent......and vegas at just over 11 percent. more americans can afford a house thanks to economic growth... but fewer are are listing their homes because they'd face a higher mortgage rate if they bought a new house. the three cities with the smallest gains -- chicago, cleveland and washington, d.c. grant and vicki? (grant) a federal judge
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has blocked the state from requiring that the popular weed-killer... roundup... carry warning labels that it is known to cause cancer. a u.s. district judge said in his ruling that the warning is false and misleading. he says almost all regulators have concluded there is insufficient evidence that roundup's main ingredient causes cancer. there is now a preliminary injunction against the requirement. and the order will stay in place while a lawsuit challenging the warning labels continues. last year, the main ingredient in the weed killer was added to a list of chemicals known to cause cancer. (grant) several bay area car dealerships are being ordered to pay nearly three- point-five million dollars in penalties... for illegally disposing of hazardous materials. the dealerships and collision centers operate under the name..."auto-nation". the case stems from an investigation in 20-13 that found the dealerships were illegally disposing of motor oil, electronic waste, and partially-full aerosol
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canisters. auto-nation released a statement saying they are devoting resources to the proper handling, storage, and disposal of hazardous materials. (vicki) for the first time... driverless cars will be tested on california roads...without a human behind the steering wheel. the regulations approved yesterday... are a major step toward getting autonomous vehicles onto bay area streets. until now...driverless cars could only be tested with human backup drivers ...who could take over in an emergency. manufacturers can apply for permits allowing driverless testing when the regulations go into affect april second. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day if not a little cool. highs today were in the 50s and 60s but it was sunny all the way to the coast.
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tonight will be another cold night with lows in the 30s and 40s. you can still see some of the snow on our mountains from yesterdays storm. and there's another storm on the way. on the radar you can see a few more showers in southern california and a little snow there too. on teh satellite we can just see the next storm putting itself together in the gulf of alaska. it will bring cold air from the arctic while tapping some very moist air from the tropics. the two will combine to bring us one of the biggest stoirms of the season. some of the wettest mountains could see 3 to 5 inches while the urban areas could see an inch or more. snow is also possible especially on friday down to 2,500 feet. we will see increasing clouds tomorrow with a chance of showers developing late in the day. it will be windy with periods of heavy rain on thursday. showers and possible thunderstorms will continue on friday with mountain snow. showers will likely linger on saturday before drying on sunday.
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(vicki) still ahead... parents listen up. you might want to monitor activity on your children's cell phones. the new report on explicit text messages.. (grant) a man is shot and killed... moments after leaving the sherrif's department. and it's all caught on facebook live.
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nat for 03 blam blam(vicki) (vicki) he used social media to identify people he said were drug dealers .... and wound up documenting his own
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murder.a shocking crime, witnessed by the victim's friends on facebook live. (grant)twenty=four hours later, the suspected killer turned himself in.catherine heenan is here with the incredible story.catherine? (catherine) this all happened in a small town outside charlotte, north carolina, home of 55=year old prentiss robinson. robinson rarely went a day without using facebook live. it was his favorite way of broadcasting his music, his personal vendettas and, police say, his suspicions about who in town was dealing drugs. nat bring my phone backjust minutes before his murder, prentis robinson dropped by the wingate north carolina police department to report his phone had been stolen. "i'd just spoke to him. it was, i just -- i don't know, it's hard to say anything about that. i just got through talking to him." robinson then headed back to his home ... using a selfie stick to document his journey.
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just a few block away, he encountered a man who asked, 'are you live?"natrobinson was found face down in the street yesterday afternoon.friends posted freeze=frames of the shooter.this morning 60=ear old douglas coulson turned himself in.he had been the object of an intense manhunt. last week, prentice posted an accusation that colson was selling drugs.friends say they had a history going back decades.but no one expected what happened yesterday. "that's just unreal, for somebody to have that kind of heart to just walk out in the open like that and kill a man like that. that's just is nonsense." (catherine) the murder suspect is being held without bail.police have not given any motive. grant and vicki? (vicki) next at 5:30... in an attempt to stop bullies from targeting their kids... some parents are now letting their children get surgery.. to correct what they say are their imperfections. we'll explain. (grant) plus... two
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young people are shot and killed near daly city... and now police say they have the gunman behind bars. we'll have the latest details.
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hazardous chemicals emergency. it happened in pittsburg this afternoon... the shelter-in-place order was issued due to a leak in a railway car near city park. it affected people in the parkside manor neighborhood hazmat crews determned the chemical leak was not enough to cause serious concern. so the shelter in place was lifted... crews are repairing the leak. (grant) a man has been charged with attempted murder of an officer...accused of ramming a sheriff's deputy in hayward. authorities believe 30-year-old jack toki used a s-u-v and tried to kill alameda county sheriff's deputy payam shannon.. the incident happened on arbor avenue earlier this month. police say deputy shannon attempted to stop a suv with paper plates ...when toki...is accused of backing into shannon's motorcycle. (vicki) on the peninsula... two men are behind bars..in connection with a double-fatal shooting. 20-year-old devin lum...was arrested on suspicion of two counts of murder... and
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23-year-old guardado duff ...was arrested on suspicion of being an accessory. the incident happened sunday night on hillside blvd... in the unincorporated community of broadmoor. authorities have identified the two people killed as 21-year-old vanessa guillory and 22-year-old michael garcia-salem. a third victim...who's name has not been released... suffered injuries not considered life- threatening. (grant) in the north bay... a couple is in custody after police linked them to recent burglaries. novato police arrested heather howard and louis thorsson at a storage building on novato boulevard last week. the two were allegedly seen carrying a stolen speaker... when police arrived, they found items connected to four recent burglaries. howard and thorsson were booked into marin county jail. (grant) we now know the name of the vallejo police officer... who fatally shot a suspect. authorities have identified the officer as ryan mcmahon. mcmahon... stopped 33-year-old ronnell foster ...who was riding a bicycle in an unsafe manner on
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florida street february 13th. the two became involved in a physical altercation...and authorities say the suspect grabbed mcmahon's metal flashlight...and presented it as a weapon. the officer..fearing for his safety... pulled out his gun and shot the suspect... killing him. lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day if not a little cool. highs today were in the 50s and 60s but it was sunny all the way to the coast. tonight will be another cold night with lows in the 30s and 40s. you can still see some of the snow on our mountains from yesterdays storm. and there's another storm on the way. on the radar you can see a few more showers in southern california and a little snow there too. on teh satellite we can just see the next storm putting itself together in the gulf of alaska. it will bring cold air from the arctic while tapping some very moist air from the tropics. the two will combine to bring us one of the biggest stoirms of the season. some of the wettest mountains could see 3 to 5 inches while the urban areas could see an inch or more. snow is also possible especially on friday
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down to 2,500 feet. we will see increasing clouds tomorrow with a chance of showers developing late in the day. it will be windy with periods of heavy rain on thursday. showers and possible thunderstorms will continue on friday with mountain snow. showers will likely linger on saturday before drying on sunday. (vicki) you've heard of programs to stop bullying... now parents are taking what some call extreme measures to stop it.(grant) their kids are going under the knife... getting cosmetic surgery. christina feerick has more. sabrina harrington/mom: "they were teasing her over it. one thing they said she had elf ears."bella harrington/ 11 year old: "they would always like point it out, but then the more people pointed it out is when i wanted to change it. i thought that they stuck out way too much."sabrina harrington/mom: "when she was a baby that one ear stuck out a a lot. she started saying that they were being mean saying different things. we kept telling her its ok. they don't matter it doesn't matter what they think and it did to her. as a mom, how did that sit in your heart? i imagine that was very tough. it was. "
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dr. joe: "how ya doing? good to see you."and bella's not alone. dr. joe niamtu tells us about 5 percent of the population has protruding ears. . he says many of his áyounger patients are getting pediatric cosmetic surgery. according to dr. niamtu, when it comes to correcting an issue that's prompting bullying, the younger the patient is.. the better.dr. joe niamtu/ cosmetic surgeon "we like to treat these children before the enter school. so it's not uncommon that i'm doing 4 or 5 year olds. and the reason is bullying, or peer pressure it's been shown to psychologicay to have the ability to affect their self esteem or body image for the rest of their life."experts say it's not a decision to be made lightly. the harringtons waited several years before bella came to dr. niamtu. her surgery was in december. sabrina harrington/mom:"it's no different than getting braces. that changes your appearance.. if it's gong to make you feel betteabout yourself so be it. "although it's now been 2 months.. talking about the teasing and bullying still brings tears... bella harrington/ 11 year old: "when people would ask if i would like to go swimming in the summer i'd be scared they'd show."but her "big
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reveal" says it all.bella harrington/ 11 year old: "i was so happy""this is a very motivated recovery. these are the happiest patients in the world"you can see bella's before and after pictures. what to some may appear to be a slight change, made a big difference in this little girl's life.bella harrington/ 11 year old: :i wear my hair up a lot and im not like focused on if people can see them."do you feel like it changed your life? (nods) yeah" sabrina harrington/mom:" "if anything i wouldn't have waited as long and had her suffer as long. i'd have looked into it sooner." (grant) it sooner." it sooner." (grant) that was christina
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feerick reporting. the most common procedures performed on children who are bullied are protruding ears, birthmarks, port wine stains, and cleft lips scars. (vicki) another story we are following tonight... sexting among teenagers around the world is on the rise...with nearly a third of them saying they've received sexually explicit images or messages...(grant) catherine heenan is here with the results of a new study by the american medical association... (catherine) the numbers are troubling to a lot of parents...the study shows that one in seven teenagers aged 12 to 17 is sexting... and that one in four has been sent a sexually explicit message of some kind...the researchers say that this can cause emotional distress in many cases -- especially for pre-teens. the study was not confined to american kids.....it looked at more than 110-thousand teenagers from around the
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world. one of the biggest concerns -- photos that are being forwarded and sharedwithout the consent of the original sender.. researchers say parents shouldn't be surprised....give n the fact that almost everyone seems to have cell phones and digital access. they're recommending that age- specific information on sexting should be part of sex education.grant and vicki? (grant) instead of visiting the white house...the golden state warriors... are touring an african american museum today. president trump never extended the traditional champions' invitation was never granted from president trump...and it appeared the dubs...might have declined it, anyway. the team, and students from kevin durant's hometown of seat pleasant, maryland... are touring an african american museum. you may rememember the warriors
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visited president obama...after their nba championship win in 2015. (vicki) coming up... snow in the bay area... means a lot more snow in tahoe. we'll show you the latest conditions. (grant) and after the break... the reason why it's becoming more and more expensive to be a parent.
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tonight... it's costing more and more to raise a child. and many parents are not financially prepared. (vicki) according to a new study... raising one child costs more than 233-thousand dollars for a middle-income family. and that doesn't include the cost of college. (grant) researchers say the stakes are higher for new parents than in previous generations due to a number of factors. that includes the rising price tag of higher education. college costs rose more than three-percent last year. (vicki) youtube is a bigger distraction to children's homework than television. a survey asked over 2-thousand students what would likely to put them off doing their homework ... and the most popular answer was youtube. other popular answers were tv ... facebook and instagram. youtube is becoming more popular among children and teenagers as an alternative to watching traditional tv shows. the survey also says children
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would rather become youtube stars ... instead of a singer or actor. (grant) still ahead... the nation's lawmakers are facing tough questions about gun control.. but will anything change this year? we'll take a closer look. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
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tonight congress appears split over how best to secure america's schools without trampling over gun owner's rights.(vicki) tomorrow, president trump will sit down with lawmakers to discuss a potential school safety bill. white house correspondent mark meredith is tracking the latest. house speaker paul ryan says congress shouldn't rush to pass any new gun laws. "there's a lot we need to look at but we need to protect people's rights"instead of focusing on guns, the speaker says he wants to hold law enforcement, including the f- b-i, more accountable.that's after the police and f-b-i
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failed to act on a tips they received before this month's shooting massacre at a florida high school.on wednesday, president trump will meet with both democrats and republicans to discuss what steps lawmakers should take to make schools safer.but a bi- partisan group of house members say they've already got the answer.they're supporting the "stop school violence act", or stop.the bill gives schools money to improve security and trains teachers to identify threats. "the best way to keep our students and safe teachers is to prevent violence from entering the school in the first place"but "stop" does not touch on gun control.and congress already has several gun bills stuck in limbo, including:-> banning rapid fire deviceslike bump stocks -> raising the age to buy the ar-15 rifle from 18 to 21-> and strengthening the national criminal background check system or (nics)in the senate, there is bi-partisan support for updating the nation's background check systembut minority leader chuck schumer says that's not enough."it is
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tiny, it's a grant program that addresses one specific issue, we have a whole host of issues to address, not just one"but senate republicans say they're only ready to move forward on background checks. and that vote could happen this week. in washington, i'm mark meredith. (grant)(grant) let's get a on for kron4 news at six steve aveson is standing by in the newsroom.. steve?(steve) thanks grant.. coming up new tonight at six. there is a new push to fix the backlog of untested rape kits here in the bay area. tonight - we talk to a santa clara county supervisor about the effort now being taken to find a solution. then - new numbers just in from ice... detailing how many undocument immigrants have been taken into custody since a big crackdown started sunday... grant?(grant) thanks steve - we will see you at six. (vicki) as we've been reporting... it's been snowing in some parts of the bay area. but... it's been snowing a lot more in the sierra. (grant) joining
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us now...kevin coop cooper with kirkwood, heavenly and northstar... what's it look like where you're at? the national weather service has issued a winter storm warning for a stretch of central nevada along u.s. highway 50 in effect until 1 p.m. tuesday.the service says up to 9 inches is expected in the upper elevations th up to 4 inches in the valleys of southern lander and eureka counties, including austin and eureka.a winter-weather advisory is in effect until 1 p.m. tuesday from central nevada, east to the utah line in parts of northern nye and
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white pine counties, including tonopah, ely, and great basin national park.a winter-weather advisory expires at 4 a.m. tuesday across most of elko county in northeast nevada. it's all part of a band of snow that's slowly moving from north to south. a much bigger storm is expected to move into the region on thursday.
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(anchor) thursday. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day if not a little cool. highs today were in the 50s and 60s but it was sunny all the way to the coast. tonight will be another cold
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night with lows in the 30s and 40s. you can still see some of the snow on our mountains from yesterdays storm. and there's another storm on the way. on the radar you can see a few more showers in southern california and a little snow there too. on teh satellite we can just see the next storm putting itself together in the gulf of alaska. it will bring cold air from the arctic while tapping some very moist air from the tropics. the two will combine to bring us one of the biggest stoirms of the season. some of the wettest mountains could see 3 to 5 inches while the urban areas could see an inch or more. snow is also possible especially on friday down to 2,500 feet. we will see increasing clouds tomorrow with a chance of showers developing late in the day. it will be windy with periods of heavy rain on thursday. showers and possible thunderstorms will continue on friday with mountain snow. showers will likely linger on saturday before drying on sunday.
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(vicki) next at 5... a nudist community is upset because they aren't getting their mail... why the postal service says they do not have to deliver.
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a nudist community in florida is picking a fight with the postal service. the nudists say one carrier refuses to deliver their mail because people are not wearing clothes.(vicki) but as shannon behnken reports... the u-s-p-s says the carrier has every right to refuse. leonard rusin is tired of not getting important packages delivered to his home, just because he and his neighbors don't wear clothes. leonard rusin, nudist:"there's a postal creed and it doesn't say anything about them not coming to nudist resorts. i pay for a service, i expect that service."residents behind this gate, in eden rv resort and city retreat, a single-family home community, say the problem has gone on for months, every time one particular carrier is working. natsotresident eileen hudak
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tells me the regular mail carrier has no issues delivering inside the park .i even saw fed-ex making deliveries. but one carrier for the u.s. postal service refuses, saying she's offended by the naked lifestyle.eileen hudak, nudist:"it offends me that she does not do her job because if she can't do her job, then she shouldn't be having this job."there are mailboxes outside the gate, and that works just fine for envelopes.the issue is when packages don't fit inside.most carriers deliver boxes to the park office or to the residence. but this one carrier won't and supervisors have told residents that's her right. eileen hudak, nudist: "we don't get the mail that day and sometimes the mail is important, like our neighbor, it's his medication sometime, he can't wait until monday or tuesday to go and get it." that's what happened to rusin. he's a disabled veteran and gets medication in the mail. the last time he didn't get his mail, it was from the i-r-s. (grant) (grant) that was shannon behnken
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reporting. the u-s-p-s is responding tonight-- saying the carrier is doing nothing wrong. (vicki) they say the nudist community uses centralized delivery... and the postal service is not going to make a delivery person go beyond the gates if they are not comfortable. (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) steve aveson and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (pam) coming up on kron4 news at six... we are learning more about a dangerous chemical leak that forced people to shelter in place in the east bay. we'll have a live report from pittsburg.(steve) then - new numbers released by ice... we now know how many undocumented immigrants have been taken into custody in raids that began sunday. kron4 news at six is next. (pam) tonight at 6... a
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shelter in place has been lifted ... after a potentially hazardous leak was detected coming from from one or more train cars. now... investigators are trying to figure out what caused the leak at a pittsburg railyard. good evening i'm pam moore. (steve) and i'm steve aveson. the shelter in place was lifted by contra costa county officials just a few hours ago. it affected a five block area in the parkside manor neighborhood near andrew avenue and jimno avenue... and north parkside drive and 17th street. (pam) kron4's dan kerman is live now with details on what happened. dan?
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dan? happened. what happened. dan?
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(pam) kron 4 first told you about this breaking news through our mobile app. we sent a push alert just before 2:30- this afternoon. make sure you download the kron4 mobile app ... to always get the latest breaking news. (steve) new numbers tonight on immigration enforcement. ice agents now say they have made over 150 arrests throughout northern california during their latest immigration sweeps. officials tell kron four two more arrests were made last night. the locations of the arrests are
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not clear. kron4 learned that ice agents were conducting operations throughout the bay area over the weekend. ice says about half of the arrests were made on people who have criminal convictions in addition to immigration violations. (pam) new tonight at 6... we're getting our first look at a california man federal prosecutors say was arrested for attempting to join isis. the man is identified as 21- year-old bernard augustine . he is from keys ... which is in stanislaus county. in february 2016 he allegedly flew out of san francisco international airport... but was detained in tunisia before he could carry out his plan. officials say, before augustine left the u-s ... he expressed his support for isis. they say, a search of his laptop also showed that he researched how to join the group. (pam) another big story tonight. members of the san jose police officers association say, they are frustrated over the release from jail .... of two men .. brothers.. who are both
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facing child pornography charges. (steve)kron 4's camila bernal spoke to the president of the association and explains why he says this should be concerning for victims and for all members of the community. after countless hours of police work, two former san jose school coaches were arrested on child pornography charges.2:47:25 what they did is horrific and as far as i'm concerned and our entire police department and our community should be concerned is the horrific acts of them doing to these children but after seeing a judge, these twins clifford and clinton pappadakis were released without bail pending a future court appearance2:50:03 i'm not where it slipped through the system if it was a judge if it was a civilian or whoever it was but they made a mistake there's no doubt about thatthe president of the association, sargent paul kelly says this is not the first time this happens in santa clara county2:52:01 but it doesn't make us less sick to our stomach i think this one hits home because you're dealing with two individuals who have done this probably for a very long time and there's probably many victims
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that don't even know they are victims quite yetand he doesnt want to see more crimes commited 2:52:19 i don't know when is the next court date? in another month from now? so what happens in 30 days? where are they? and i'll continue to ask that question because i bet you who ever signed them to or to get out probably doesn't know. who is watching them? probably nobodyin san jose camila bernal kron 4 news (ckey/pam) you might have noticed that most, if not all of the bay area's highest peaks have a dusting (ckey/pam) kron 4 news camila bernal kron 4 news kron 4 news (ckey/pam) you might have noticed that most, if not all of the bay area's highest peaks have a dusting of snow on them. (ckey/steve) we showed you the snow on mount hamilton last night and tonight we are on the other side of the valley in the santa cruz mountains. kron four's rob loma prieta.k a ride up to rob fladeboe/santa cruz
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mountains "....im here in the shadow of loma prieta in the santa cruz mountains. i managed to scare up just enough snow for a snowball or two, about a half inch still on the ground here. but if you're going to drive up and see the snow that is sitting atop bay area peaks, a word to the wise,the roads are pretty slippery...stretches of summit, mount bache and other high mountain roads are sheer ice after the recent dusting of snow is melting and then freezing again. extreme caution is recommended. anonymous driver "...you will probably be okay in most any vehicle but you gotta take it slow or you will slide..." despite temperatures that didn't get much above 40, there are still some patches of snow here and there beginning about where the pavement ends. a bit more up there on 4,000 foot plus loma prieta. but it was enough to make ethan gamboris, who is from bostin, a little homesick as he snapped a few picturess to send home.ethan bamboris/homesick for snow "...yeah i'm a bit homesick and i'm not saying this is a cure all but it was nice to see some snow just the same..." that dusting of snow helps to reveal areas most vulnerable to heavy rain. slides and slipouts have been few but the roads are a minefield of frozen potholes. rob fladeboe "...normally it might snow 2-3 times each winter here but as cold as it is right now and with more rain in the forecast, we might just see
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more snow later in the week. in the santa cruz mountains rob fladeboe kron 4 news a live look outside right now... (steve) as we get our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence meteorologist with chief zone forecast at the four our first look as we get (steve)now... outside right a live look newsfladeboe kron 4 news a live look outside right now... (steve) as we get our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day if not a little cool. highs today were in the 50s and 60s but it was sunny
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all the way to the coast. tonight will be another cold night with lows in the 30s and 40s. you can still see some of the snow on our mountains from yesterdays storm. and there's another storm on the way. on the radar you can see a few more showers in southern california and a little snow there too. on teh satellite we can just see the next storm putting itself together in the gulf of alaska. it will bring cold air from the arctic while tapping some very moist air from the tropics. the two will combine to bring us one of the biggest stoirms of the season. some of the wettest mountains could see 3 to 5 inches while the urban areas could see an inch or more. snow is also possible especially on friday down to 2,500 feet. we will see increasing clouds tomorrow with a chance of showers developing late in the day. it will be windy with periods of heavy rain on thursday. showers and possible thunderstorms will continue on friday with mountain snow. showers will likely linger on saturday before drying on sunday. (steve) thank you lawrence. remember you can
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stay up to date with the latest bay area weather on the kron4 mobile app.. you can also submit your weater video... using the "report it" tab... and you might see it featured on kron-4. (pam) a threat at a north bay high school prompted officials to shut down early. the message citing today's date was discovered inside the school. no one was hurt, but as kron four's terisa estacio reports, students and law enforcenment officials say, after what happened in florida, no one is taking any chances. police say they were contacted early tuesday morning after receiving a call from analy high school about a threatening message discovered in the boys bathroom. max lameyse attends analy high school in sebastopol. max. we were concerned. dr. steven kellner, superintendent. we did this out of an abundance of caution. we shutdown school early. max says his teacher told him to text his mother - you can see that there, he says everyone was on their phones reaching out to their
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parents. max. alot of kids were unsettled. sgt. joe furry. there is definitely with the recent tragedies we take very seriously and err on the side of caution. sgt joe furry with the sebastopol police department says they are investigating. he added that with what happened in florida recently where 17 people were killed when an expelled student opened fire, no one is taking any chances. currently, they are checking surveillance video around the bathrooms where the threatening message was discovered. sgt. furry. was it credible? i can't devuldge much now. school will resume as normal on wednesday. superintendent. is this the new normal? i hope not, we want kids to be able to feel safe about going to school. in sebastopol, terisa estacio kron four news news kron four terisa estacio kron
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four news (pam) coming up next, more threats cropping up at still more bay area schools, leading authorities to take action today in the wake of the florida school massacre.. (steve ) also.. will a change in concession companies mean hundreds of job losses at levi stadium? ... we have the details. (pam) and... a backlog of tested rape kits... means a backlog of crimes with no resolution.. one local county supervisor is leading the fight to change that.
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threat is found in the student restroom... at a high school in an east bay city..(steve on cam) as a result, hundreds of students stayed home, while others came to school with knowledge of the threat, hoping that nothing would happen kron4's haaziq madyun has the story you are looking at a photo of a threat with the words everyone is dead written on a bathroom stall found monday here at alameda high school in alamedasot alameda police are taking it seriously as well, with a heavy police presence outside of the schoolsotalameda high school student: "it is not
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very nice to come to school and see police patrolling. it makes it seem a lot more real" >the threat was real enough some parents who decided to keep their children home from school says alameda unified school district spokesperson susan davissotbut for some of those students who did come to school, it was a nerve wrecking experiencesotalameda police investigators are continuing their search for the student who wrote the threat. alameda unified school district officials say a student can be suspended and arrested if caught writting a threat like this at school...in alameda haaziq madyun kron4news (pam) new at 6 tonight.
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a filing by the company in charge of concessions at levi's stadium indicates ... 759 employees of "centerplate" will no longer have jobs with the company. however -- it is possible those former centerplate employees will find jobs with whatever company is selected to be the next food and beverage provider at the stadium. the 49ers stadium management company and the santa clara stadium authority ... issued a joint statement, saying in part: "... all employees that were notified about centerplate ceasing to operate at levi's stadium .... will be retained by the new concessionaire, proposed to be levy. retaining such employees was... ... a requirement of the bidding process... and a requirement under the city of santa clara's worker retention policy... and levy committed enthusiastically to doing so." in the south bay.... a new effort to do something about the long -standing problem of back- logged and untested sexual
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assault kits.. catherine heenan is here with more on what the santa clara boardof supervisors decided today... (catherine) the new push to fix this problem will include specific details on the financing and resources needed to make it happen... that's because the santa clara county board of supervisors has unanimously passed a recommendation to require the d-a's office to pass on that information. supervisor cindy chavez says there's a backlog of untested rape kits....just 'languishing in law enforcement agencies and crime labs' across the state. she's fighting to get rid of the backlog.....get the kits to the crimelab faster.... and get them tested within 30 days... chavez told me that she wants a system in place that will make it much more clear where theproblems lie... supervisor - the reason we'll see success this time catherine -- protocols will all be transparent. you'll be able to go online and see what's backlogged and where any problems are happening. what's backlogged. all of that - without revealing any
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information on the victim - is gonna be public. chavez says if victims are expected to come forward and report sexual crimes...the whole system has to respond in a way that's respectful and efficient. the d-a says that the county's current average in processing rape kits is 94 days... again - the goal is to make that 30 days or less.pam and steve? let's take a look outside right now...(pam) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. forecast.
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lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day if not a little cool. highs today were in the 50s and 60s but it was sunny all the way to the coast. tonight will be another cold night with lows in the 30s and 40s. you can still see some of the snow on our mountains from yesterdays storm. and there's another storm on the way. on the radar you can see a few more showers in southern california and a little snow there too. on teh satellite we can just see the next storm putting itself together in the gulf of alaska. it will bring cold air from the arctic while tapping some very moist air from the tropics. the two will combine to bring us one of the biggest stoirms of the season. some of the wettest mountains could see 3 to 5 inches while the urban areas could see an inch or more. snow is also possible especially on friday down to 2,500 feet. we will see increasing clouds tomorrow with a chance of showers developing late in the day. it will be windy with periods of heavy rain on thursday. showers and possible thunderstorms will continue on friday with mountain snow. showers will likely linger on saturday before drying on
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(steve) san francisco mayor mark farrell will start hosting mini meetings with the public starting this friday. the new initiative will give residents a ten minute meeting with the mayor to talk about any ideas or issues in their community. farrell believes the mayor's office should be transparent and open to all san francisco residents. anyone who is interested will need to enter their names into a lottery system online. slots are open fro eight-30 in the morning till noon -- every first and third friday of the month. (pam) the next presidential election is more than two- and- a-half years away... but president trump has already hired his campaign chief for 20-20. brad parscale , trump's digital media director during the 20-16 presidential race ... will now run his 2020 campaign. trump filed for re-election shortly after his inauguration in 2017. but it is highly unusual for a president to hire a campaign
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manager so far before the election. parscale had no political experience before he joined the first campaign. (pam) and president trump is also sorting out transportation for himself, should he win re-election... reaching a deal with boeing on two new presidential planes. the price tag for the two new air force ones ... is three- point- nine billion dollars. the white house is touting this deal as saving taxpayers more than 1- billion- dollars. the president has asked that the aircraft to be ready by 20-21 -- that's the beginning of what would be his second term. (steve) officials say jared kushner has been stripped of his access to the nation's top secrets, following a downgrade in his security clearance. kushner and other white house officials were operating on interim clearances until last week, when their access was altered. it came after chief of staff john kelly stipulated new changes to the security clearance system. aides who previously operated on "top secret" interim clearances saw their access
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changed to "secret," a classification for less sensitive material. (pam) fed-ex says, it will not cut ties with the national rifle association. more than a dozen major u-s companies have already cut ties with the n-r-a. however, fed-ex issued a statement saying, it "has never set or changed rates for any of our millions of customers around the world... inresponse to their politics, beliefs or positions on issues." the delivery company says , it does disagree with the n-r-a, and believes weapons like the a-r-15 ... should not be owned by civilians... among the companies which have ended their discounts with the n-r-a: hertz, united airlines and delta. delta is being threatened with losing some of its tax breaks, by republicans in georgia where it has its headquarters. (steve) coming up.. a federal judge who was personally ridiculed by president trump .. makes a significant ruling on an issue at the top of the president's domestic agenda.. details ahead.
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( pam ) ahead at six.. germs are the last thing you want spreading in a hospital... now you'll see a robot that is designed to take care of that..
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(grant)breaking news: an 11 year old is missing in the north bay. santa rosa police just shared this picture with us...and said christain gonzales hasn't been seen since about 11:45 this morning. he was at his school...brookwood elementary...but there some sort of incident that occurred...police say christain was upset...and left the campus because of it. he may be in the area of vallejo street and mount olive drive. he has brown hair and eyes and was last seen wearing glasses and a black northface sweater. christian is about 4 foot 10 --- 85 pounds. (pam) a federal judge
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that president trump mocked during his presidential campaign ... has ruled in the administration's favor on a challenge to building a border wall on the u-s - mexico border. u.s. district judge gonzalo curiel, denied claims by the state of california and advocacy groups , that the federal government is overstepping its bounds with the border wall proposal. california attorney general xavier becerra issued a statement, saying:"we remain unwavering in our belief that the trump administration is ignoring laws it doesn't like, in order to resuscitate a campaign talking point of building a wall on our southern border... we are preparedto do what is necessary to protect our people, our values, and our economy from federal overreach. a medieval wall along the u.s.- mexico border simply does not belong in the 21st century." (steve) coming up.. only two republicans are in the race to take the california governor's seat ... tonight, we hear from one of them .. and he is calling many of the current
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leaders - corrupt .... (pam) also ... one of the biggest storms of the season is heading our way this week and it is slated to be packed with snow.. bringing nothing but smiles to the ski resorts.
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everywhere from hayward to humbolt county. and it looks like more storms are in store for tomorrow and thursday. (steve) here's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow with a look at what's ahead... lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day if not a little cool. highs today were in the 50s and 60s but it was sunny all the way to the coast. tonight will be another cold night with lows in the 30s and 40s. you can still see some of the snow on our mountains from yesterdays storm. and there's another storm on the way. on the radar you can see a few more showers in southern california and a little snow there too. on teh satellite we can just see the next storm putting itself together in the gulf of alaska. it will bring cold air from the arctic while tapping some very moist air from the tropics. the two will combine to bring us one of the biggest stoirms of the season. some of the wettest mountains could see 3 to 5 inches while the urban areas could see an
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inch or more. snow is also possible especially on friday down to 2,500 feet. we will see increasing clouds tomorrow with a chance of showers developing late in the day. it will be windy with periods of heavy rain on thursday. showers and possible thunderstorms will continue on friday with mountain snow. showers will likely linger on saturday before drying on sunday. skiiers and snow-boarders are happy about the fact the sierra is bracing for one of the biggest snowstorms it's seen in recent years.. i talked to reps at both squaw valley and homewood today.... they've already got way over a foot of snow -- with lots more coming. at squaw valley...they say it's "not" too much of a good thing...
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same story at homewood....it will be a big weekend when things settle down after the incoming storm. we're talking about 'feet' of new snow -- and cold, windy conditions....butthen -- what the resorts describe as some great skiing and snow- boarding... forecasters are
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talking about a big snowfall over thursday and friday... with things beginning to ease off on saturday. for anyone headed to the sierra....either leaving soon 'before' the storm ....or a late weekend arrival might be smart. in san jose members of the police officers association say they are frustrated over the release from jail of two men who are facing child pornography charges. clifford and clinton pappadakis who are former coaches in san jose schools, were released without bail pending a future court appearancecamila bernal kron 4 news here in sebastopol, police respond to a message left at analy high school. school officials say it was found in the boys bathroom on the second floor. school officials decided out of an abubance of caution to close
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the school at noon. students say it was unnerving dealing with a possible threat to their safety, especially after what happened in florida where 17 people were killed. (steve) there are now two remaining republican candidates in the race for california governor. that's compared to more than half a dozen democrats running. (pam) one of the g-o-p candidates is san diego (steve) killed.people were killed. (steve) there are now two remaining republican candidates in the race for california governor. that's compared to more than half a dozen democrats running. (pam) one of the g-o-p candidates is san diego county businessman john cox. our capitol bureau reporter kody leibowitz spoke with him, and tells us about cox's vision
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for california. john cox's gubernatorial campaignjohn cox, gop candidate for governor 08;18- 22 "california has a bunch of cronies and corrupt politicians that are nothing but professional fundraisers. is one fighting against taxes and a belief of state corruption.john cox, gop candidate for governor 08;24- 31 i'm running for governor against five politicians who are continuing to do the same things over and over again and expecting different results. despite a u.s. news report ranking california as the 4th best economy in the united states... cox believes california is not open for business.john cox 05;24 i think businesses are leaving left and right. we've regulated them out of the state. we've made costs so prohibitive that their employees can't afford to live here. 32cox believes special interest money is the problem....his solution:john cox 09;29 - 41 what you need to do is greatly reduce the demand for money. and how do you do that? you make all the districts so small like the size of neighborhoodswhat you need to do is greatly.he has pushed for a statewide initative which failed this month to make the november
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ballot.but still he pushes on john cox 19;31 the attitude here is that small business funds the operations of the capitol and not the other way around. 37in a campaign to the capitol.in sacramento, kody leibowitz, kron4 news (steve) coming up... technology taking on germs ... we'll show you a robot that germaphobes will love. will love. who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feelike a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. (steve) cool new technology
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at a sacramento area medical center helps prevent the spread of illnesses inside hospital rooms. (pam)it is a robot that zaps germs.nikki laurenzo shows us what all the excitement is about. youúre not supposed to look directly into the light... but this is what these oakmont high students have been waiting weeks to see.lance berg/student- "iúm really excited to see it work and see how well it works as well." 'it' is sutter- roseville medical centerús new germ zapping machine.nats- "itús very cool."allison gontheir heads infection control at the hospital. she says the staff was so excited about the new technology which uses uv light to disinfect hospital surfaces after staff manually clean them... they couldnút keep it to themselves.allison gontheir r.n./roseville medical center- "we thought wow we really need to share this and let everyone know what weúre doing and expand that into the educational groups."a perfect opportunity, she says, for oakmont high schoolús health science academy students to learn about the threat of
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contracting an infection from hospital facilities. lance berg says he was surprised to learn how commonly patients get serious illnesses from hospital rooms that arenút properly sanitized.lance berg/student- "i figured it would be something where one out of every 200 patients would get it but we saw some had upwards of 50%."today the students presented their last two weeks of research on hospital borne infectious diseases... and then they got their first look at the robot in action.matthew parachou/student- "i'm the type of person, every time i get sick i look up my symptoms so it was kind of cool to learn about a new disease and tie that into the robot."and thanks to matthew... after three months zapping germs... the robot finally had a name... melman, after the character from madagascar. matthew parachou- "in the movie movie the giraffe is a germaphobe, and thatús what weúre trying to do here is promote this germ zapping robot."
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in sports -- lebron james calls out the n-c-c-a .... about calls out the n-c-c-a .... about the federal investigation into college basketball recruiting. plus -- the warriors spend the day with kids in washington d- c instead of visiting president trump at the white house. our sports director, gary radnich has the story and all the sports coming up
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the warriors celebrated last year championship with a group of kids in washington d- c... instead of visitng president trump at the white house. golden state and the students from kevin durant's hometown of seat pleasant, maryland toured the national museum of african- american history. president trump declined the
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reiging champions an invitation after steph curry and durant opted out of a possible trip to the white house. the team decided to remove politics from the equation completely. they wanted to make a statement of unity. tomorrow night the warriors will face the wizards. it will be exactly a year since durant injured his knee last season... forcing him to miss 19 games. golden state looks to stay perfect since the all star break they have won three straight games the warriors are coming off a 14-point win over the knicks. the wizards are 9-3 without john wall. the last time durant faced his hometown team he finished with 31 points... 11 rebounds... and six assists. lebron james never played college basketball but today during shootaround ahead of their game against the brooklyn nets lebron calls
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the n-c-a-a a corrupt calls the n-c-a- lebron nets lebron calls the n-c-a-a a corrupt organization... following the federal investigation into college basketball. lebron says he's not sure if his two boys will play college basketball. he wants the n-b-a to he
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wants the n-b-a to he wants the n-b-a to expand its g-league... the league's minor league basketball organization. lebron believes it should be treated as a farm league... similar to what major league what major league baseball does with their prospects. the raiders the raiders are looking
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to bounce back after a disappointing after a disappointing season last season. jon gruden in his first season is trying to out oakland in the playoff conversation. according to the athletic... the raiders bringing back michael crabtree for the 2018 season. this offseason they had talks of cutting him and saving 7- point-five million dollars. but grunden still wants him to be part of the team moving forward. last year he had 518 receving yards after having a pro bowl year in 2016 with over a thousand dollars.
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a reunion between tim lincecum and between tim lincecum and the giants has come to a close. the two- time cy young award winners has reportedly agreed to sign with the texas rangers. details of the deal have not been revealed yet this morning lincecum was chosing between the dodgers and rangers. giants manager, bruce bochy believes lincecum will come out of the bullpen as a reliever. earlier this month... the 33- year-old said he still thinks he can be a starter for a major league team.
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moving on to arizona-- giants facing the diamondbacks... what a rally. --san francisco rallied from a 6-run deficit... tied it up... then in the 9th, kyle jensen sav the day...walk off grand slam. giants down the snakes, 14-12. áa's lose to indians... 16-8 (pam) coming up... a
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startling reversal ... e- cigarettes originally held out the promise of better health outcomes than cigarettes .. but not anymore..
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legend dolly parton was at the library of congress today to dedicate the one-hundred- millionth book from her 'imagination library' charity. the organization mails free books to children from birth to kindergarten. the 72-year-old performer has said her father's illiteracy inspired her to start the program in sevier county, tennessee, where she grew up. since it started in 19-95, the 'imagination library' has grown from giving books to 2-thousand children a month to 1-point-1 million children a month. (pam) for over a decade -- e-cigarettes have been billed as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. but a new study shows -- e-cigs can make it áharderá to quit smoking. and in most cases -- people end up vaping and smoking. the study also found daily e-cig use can double the risk of heart attack. if you are a dual
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user -- that is -- vaping and smoking cigarettes every day -- the combined risk for heart attack goes up -- five times. if you are a smoker -- here is something you can do now. stop. scientists say, stopping smoking immediately.. drops your risk for heart attack. (steve) still.. vaping is very popular among teens. the national institutes of health reports that 36-percent of 12th graders admit to vaping last year. tonight at 10.. we go in-depth on attraction of 'juuling' .. and the warning schools are sending to parents. that's tonight on kron 4 news at 10. lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day if not a little cool. highs today were in the 50s and 60s but it was sunny all the way to the coast. tonight will be another cold night with lows in the 30s and 40s. you can still see some of the snow on our mountains from yesterdays storm. and there's another storm on the way. on the radar you can see a few
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more showers in southern california and a little snow there too. on teh satellite we can just see the next storm putting itself together in the gulf of alaska. it will bring cold air from the arctic while tapping some very moist air from the tropics. the two will combine to bring us one of the biggest stoirms of the season. some of the wettest mountains could see 3 to the urban areas could more. snow is also possible especially on friday t0 et. we will see increasing clouds tomorrow with a chance deveng it wille windy of heavy rain showers and thunderstorms will continue on friday with mountain snow. showers will likely linger on saturday on sunday. goodbye goodbye goodbye
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