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one of the bathroom stalls ... everybody's gonna die ... very frightening two local high schools targeted by threats of violence.whoosh self driving cars get d=m=v approval for fully autonomous testing that car does not have anybody in the driver's seat. the bay area is bracing for another winter blast...thanks for joining us..i 'm pam moore.((steve)) and i'm steve aveson.get ready for another chilly night... which means parts of the region could see more snow. ((triplebox))we saw plenty of it today...you can see this aerial footage a viewer sent us of snow-capped hills in livermore.the santa cruz mountains and mount diablo also got snow...more on that in a moment.((pam/cross shot)) but first... lets check in with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow who is tracking with winter storms ahead. just how cold is it going to get overnight? 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 sunday.
last night's weather system brought snow closer to home for folks in the east bay.we got several viewer emails with pictures of snow- capped mount diablo. ((pam)) kron four's spencer blake did what a lot of people did today - he drove up through the state park to get a glimpse of the snow. though there were pretty clear skies over walnut creek tuesday, the winding drive up to mount diablo had patches of still-frozen powder from the overnight snowfall."i woke up this morning and looked out my bedroom window and seen the snow and i was like, "oh my god, it's so beautiful!" "unfortunately a lot of the snow has been melting so a lot of people aren't able to see it. earlier this morning it was very pretty and a lot of people could see it from different directions."driver could go about two miles past the junction ranger station, but then..."it took us up to this dead end, unfortunately, but it's all good. as far as we can go is always a lot of
fun."beyond this point, state park ranger cameron morrison says some areas still have more than an inch of ice that even his big plow couldn't remove.the areas tucked away in the shadows, of course, don't get ample sunlight to warm the asphalt up to the melting point.but that didn't stop people from flocking into the state park."it's definitely a bit busier with the snow than it would be normally on a tuesday.""my mom said that we were going somewhere cold."standup"it was definitely warm enough for, say a picnic on tuesday, but the hard thing would be finding a place to sit."so instead, most people packed snowballs....made snowmen....or captured some great snow moments for snapchat.(nats)"it;s like soft and mushy. whatcha got there in your hand?a snowball.who are you going to throw it at? my dad.hey, that was pretty good!"ranger morrison couldn't make any promises about the road opening on wednesday, either.it all depends on the temperature.on mount diablo, spencer blake, kron four news.
((steve/me3 vo)) we also saw some snow-capped peaks in the south bay.this was the scene at loma prieta in the santa cruz mountains..which has an elevation of 4-thousand feet. 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. however..the melting snow is freezing overnight which could lead to some treacherous driving..so use caution. (steve) you can track the winter blast in your neighborhood with the kron4 mobile app.you can also be the first to know about breaking news when it happens.. by turning on push alerts. ((pam)) an update to a story we brought you as breaking news on kron 4 news at six.a missing 11 news at six.a missing 11 year-old from santa rosa.... has been found safe. christain gonzales had not been seen since about 11:45- this morning. he was at his school... brookwood elementary... but there was some sort of incident that occurred... police say, christain was upset... and left the campus because of it.
in the last hour... santa rosa police informed us, christan was located.. and has been reunited with his family. (pam) in the east bay... hundreds of residents were forced to shelter- in -place for a little over an hour this afternoon, when it was discovered a hazardous chemical was leaking from a nearby rail car. it happened near city park in pittsburg kron 4's dan kerman has more it was about 1230 tuesday affternoon when rail crews smelled an unknown substance in this pittsburg rail yard along north parkside drive. fire and hazmat crews were called to the scene and they determined a chemical was indeed leaking from one of the parked rail cars.sot robert marshall/contra costa co. fire 15-28"it contained a material called sodium sulfide which when it mixes with the air it emits a substance called hydrogen sulfide which smells a lot like rotten eggs. (q:how dangerous is that?) hydrogen sulfide is a pretty dangerous material in large quantity."it was at that point sirens sounded to alert people within
a quarter mile to shelter in place until they could determine just how bad the situation wassot/local resident "they blocked down all the streets which made it look like something real serious and sirens were going off. but nobody came to our house."this man says there are lots of elderly people including his mother who live on this street. he wishes police had gone door to door so they knew more than just a siren was going off. but just after 3 pm the shelter in place was called off.sot robert marshall/contra costa co. fire "it turned out that there was very, very little material in the rail car itself so it didn't really pose a huge hazard to the public."rail crews then got in to repair a valve that is believed to be the cause of the leakstandup dan kerman/pittsburg 116-126 what authorities don't know is how long that chemical had been leaking from the train car before it was discovered. in pittsburg, dan kerman, kron4 news. (steve) now to a big story that's breaking tonight: we've just learned... more than 150 undocumented immigrants have been arrested
in northern california since sunday.(pam) and oakland's mayor... remains right in the middle of the controversy. grant lodes is here with the latest numbers... and new reaction from both sides. (grant) immigration and customs enforcement agents say despite those 150 plus arrests the past couple days...there are more than 850 undocumented people that have evaded capture...and two of them...are believed to be living in oakland. the mayor of that city, libby schaaf...made national headlines saturday night when she gave a heads up... that the raids were likely imminent. tonight...she just released a statement...saying in part...quote..."i do not regret sharing this information. it is oakland's legal right to be a sanctuary city and we have not broken any laws. we believe our community is safer when families stay together."== meanwhile, the deputy director of ice tonight is calling schaaf's actions and oakland's sacturary status...reckless and irresponsible, claiming she put his agents in more
danger, and increased the chances of "collateral arrests" -- where people who weren't the intended targets end up getting arrested. ((steve/landing ((steve/landing vo)) at a high school in the east bay, a death threat is found in the student restroom.officers swarmed to the school to respond 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 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 alamedasot
davis/spokesperson alameda unified school district: "that's not good, no, we take these kinds of threats very seriously">on 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 ((bam vo)) as stoneman douglas high school students prepare for school to begin tomorrow -- lawmakers in florida -- and in washington, d.c. -- are getting pressure from students
to do something about gun control. kristen holmes brings us the latest on this hot- button issue. students are preparing to return to marjory stoneman douglas high school tomorrow -- two weeks after 17 of their classmates and teachers were gunned down by a former student. lorenzo prado / stoneman douglas high school student: i'm nervous because i don't know how i'm going to react walking back to where i was that wednesday.today some of those survivors are in washington, hoping to convince lawmakers on capitol hill to take action.rep. joe crowley / -d- new york: they're here to change, they're here to make a difference and just inspiring young people with a message to everyone -- not democrat not republican, they want to see change in gun laws in this country.despite mounting pressure on lawmakers to come up with a plan for gun legislation, congress hasn't made any progress. republican leadership today blaming the massacre in parkland on a breakdown in the system.rep. paul ryan / -r- house speaker: we shouldn't be banning guns for law-abiding citizens, we should focusing
on making sure that citizens who should not get guns in the first place don't get those guns. on the other side of pennsylvania avenue, president trump seemingly backing away from statements he made last week in favor of raising the age limit to buy certain types of weapons. sources close to the white house saying he appeared to be changing his position. the national rifle association came out against raising the age limit last week. president trump will be meeting with lawmakers from both parties wednesday to discuss legislation.in washington, i'm kristen holmes. coming up at eight.. a northern california man... in federal custody tonight, accused of trying to join isis. hear from his neighbors.. who say they had no idea.plus ...arming teachers, it seems everyone has an opinion.find out where school employees are already carrying weapons, and why no one knows about it.but first... new at eight. driverless cars áwithout someone inside... are coming
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the d-m-v has given the green light to fully driverless cars for california roads.the new guidelines laid out .... will allow companies like google, uber, and waymo .. to test their autonomous vehicles 'without' safety drivers in the car. (steve) kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate talked to the dmv about when they expect the these ghost cars to hit the streets. before now autonomous vehicles could only be tested on california roadways with a safety driver in the carnow the dmv has approved self driving testing without anyone inside the vehiclecompanies have to meet extensive guidelines and apply for a special permit from the dmv before they will be allowed to send these ghost cars out onto the streets. sound from
jessica gonzalez public information officer for the department of motor vehicles. "permit holders will have to warn people where they are testing"i asked jessica gonzalez with the dmv when they think the first fully driverless cars will hit the road.sound from jessica gonzalez public information officer for the department of motor vehicles."the soonest will be april 2nd"sound from emme hall - auto expert, cnet "don't panic that car is safe" emme hall is an auto expert with cnet she has been covering the rise of the self driving car for years she says technology wise we are here this is the next step and these fully driverless cars will still have a safety driver.. just not in the car. sound from emme hall - auto expert, cnet"there will be a remote driver in a room controlling it if need "sound from jessica gonzalez public information officer for the department of motor vehicles. "the law enforcement guideline says law enforcement must be able to tap in if needed and move the car if it stalls " emme hall says you might take a ride in a fully driverless car sooner than you think.. sound from emme hall - auto expert, cnet"iit will be ride share first where you
experience it "gabe slate kron 4 news (steve) new at 8. hail is covering the ground in sacramento...making the capitol city...look like the sierras. drivers in sacramento's natomas area had to be extra cautious this evening... after an usual hail storm rolled through the region yesterday...creating slippery roads. the snow also prompted several school to cancel classes or delay start times this morning. residents kron four spoke with...say they've never seen
weather like this in sacramento.(sot) "ive never seen snow in my life so i was making snowballs and snowmen,"(steve) rain... and possibly more hail...is expected to hit sacramento tomorrow night. a winter wonderland in southern california as well... with a few inches that fell overnight and this morning around lebec off of highway five.. it was enough to cover cars and keep snowplows busy.at one point this morning, the c-h-p had to escort drivers up the grapevine.. to slow them down. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at san francisco. kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast 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 sunday. ( pam) new at 8. disney's "black panther" ....
( pam) new at 8. disney's "black panther" .... is lending a paw to kids in need. the film has earned 700- million dollars globally... since its release just two weeks ago. disney says, it is donating one- million dollars of the profits to the boys and girls clubs of america. among the cities that will benefit: atlanta, baltimore, new york and washington. according to a news release... the funds will go toward the club's stem programs -- for science, technology, engineering and math. still ahead..a bay area police officers association is outraged, after twin brothers, who are also school employees, are released from jail.their fears tonight.but first... a big win for president trump's proposed border wall.the ruling today, and what
california's attorney general has to say about it. ((gary sports tease))coming up a little bit later in this broadcast the warriors are in the nation's capital and they are taking care of the young people there in their own unique way. also lebron james calls the ncaa corrupt and james a little history on the floor... later in this broadcast. (steve) here's what tracking new tonight on kron 4 news at nine. she's a mother of three and battling breast cancer and thyroid cancer... and now ice wants her out of the country... tonight we hear her desperate plea to stay in the country how forcing out of the country puts her life in jeopardy... that's coming upn kron4 news at nine...
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. ((pam/fsc)) 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/landing vo)) today a group of faith leader went to capitol hill to show their support for young undocumented immigrants.but the protests lead to their arrest by capitol police.as kron 4
washington correspondent alexandra limon reports, the group 'catholics for dreamers' is asking congress to protect daca recipients. natssounds of church hymns and zip tie handcuffs filled senate office buildingsnats catholic groups from around the country staged a protest in support of young immigrants known as dreamers.sot we're here on behalf of the dreamers, we're very proud to be a nation of immigrants. bishop john stowe of the diocese of lexington (what state??) says it's in the best interset of the country to find a compassionate solution for dreamers.bishop john stowe / diocese of lexingtonwe think its unfair that they're continuously put on hold and that their status is under threat, and they live with fear of deportationalexandra limon / @alexlimonnewsthe legal fight over daca continues. the trump administration set a march 5th deadline, but a court decision blocked it. and this week the supreme court decided not to step in- meaning daca recipients should be able to continue renewing their work and school permits for now. sen. dick durbin / iillinois
(d)but it's no guarantee at the end of the day that anyone who is currently in daca status is going to be protected in the future.bryan villamar a dreamer from texas, says it's hard dealing with the uncertainty.bryan villamar / texas dreamersometimes you feel like you want to throw it all away, just give up. but to be honest these are the moments when you see how our government works.senator durbin -the senate minority whip -says there are no current daca negotiations that he knows of. in washington alexandra limon. coming up at eight.. president trump is pushing to arm teachers ... in the wake of the florida school shooting. find out which school district already lets its employees pack heat. plus... a northern california man arrested for trying to join isis.how long he could spend behind bars. and next... two brothers arrested in separate child pornography cases, released from jail.and
kron 4's camila bernal spoke with the president of the association, who says, the release of the brothers should be a concern for the victims... and the community. clifford and clinton pappadakis are twin brothers and face charges of child pornography.... they were arrested and released on thier own recognicece 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 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 doenst want to see any more crimes commoted 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 ((pam/me 3)) 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 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.. near daly city. authorities have identified the two people killed... as 21-year-old vanessa guillory... and 22-year- old michael garcia- salem. a
third victim... whose name has not been released... suffered injuries not considered life- threatening. today police identified the victim in concord's first homicide of the year. 53 year- old daniel quast died last friday... after he was stabbed at a mobile home park on lodge drive. investigators believe that quast was stabbed during an altercation .((fsc)) police arrested 41-year-old eric martinez in pittsburg later that day. contra costa county prosecutors have charged martinez with murder, use of a deadly weapon and for violating his probation. ((steve/tele vo)) another big story we are covering tonight...a califonira man is in federal custody tonight..on charges he tried to join isis.bernard augustine is from the town of keyes..in the central valley. kay recede when to his hometown..and spoke with people who know him. right out of a tunisian prison...bernard augustine posts a picture on his facebook account on february 23rd.according to court documents — in 2016, augustine bought a one way
ticket to tunisia to join the terrorist group known as isis...federal investigators say he was radicalized by online propoganda at his home in keyes....they say they found evidence on his computer that he searched 'how to safely join isis'.in february 2016 he allegedly flew out of san francisco international airport... but was detained in tunisia before he could carry out his plan.he was convicted of trying to cross into libya to join a terrorist group by tunisian authorities... and has been serving time in a tunisian prison until last week...the 21-year old was turned over to the f-b-i... and returned to the u-s on tuesday to face terrorism related charges in his homeland.(brianna)'crazy i guess i donút know what to say.'back in his keyes neighborhoodthose who knew him describe the accused isis recruit as quiet... nice... but mostly a mystery(brianna) 'i mean i just knew bernard, i just studied with him but i donút know.'brianna did not give us her last name... she says she knows augustine from pitman high school in turlock. another woman — who asked us to protect her identity — says she
always thought of him as quiet. (no cg)'they were just a really quiet family i didnút really suspect anything about them. he was nice. he didnút seem dangerous to me at all.' neighbors are baffled...but at least two people told fox40 police have been at hiis familyús house in recent months (no cg)"just a couple months ago but i didnút see anything. i just saw the cop cars outside. i really didnút you know. it was none of my business so i didnút really peek out to see what was going on." ((steve)) that was kay recede reporting.if convicted, augustine faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison. (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: 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 sunday.
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carolina, a man who used facebook live to identify drug dealers in his small town was murdered on camera.(pam) the suspected killer was one of the people the victim named. kron four's catherine heenan show us the shocking crime. 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. 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." ((pam)) some young people are going to great lengths.. in order to stop being the victims of bullying.. one virginia girl decided to get cosmetic surgery to prevent kids from picking on her. bella harrington's mother says .. her daughter was tired of kids saying she had elf ears. so she told her mother, she
wanted to do something about it.. they opted for surgery to push back her protruding ears. the doctor who perfomred the surgery says, when it comes to correcting an issue that is prompting bullying, the younger the patient is.. the better."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 psychologically to have the ability to affect their self esteem or body image for the rest of their life."of their life." bella had the surgery in december... she says, since then she is much happier and the bullying has stopped. (pam) in sports... one of derek carr's favorite weapons on the field ... is staying with the raiders for this upcoming season.(steve) plus -- the warriors celebrated their n-b-a championship with local kids from washington d-c. our sports director, gary radnich will tell us why the team decided to go to a museum he has all the sports coming up.
it turns out.. there is a school district in his state... where employees are allowed to carry guns. teachers themselves are not armed at yakima county's toppenish high school... but some staff members and administrators are allowed to carry a concealed weapon.the superintendent says, in the wake of the massacre at sandy hook , the school board approved the training and arming of administrative staff."i'm not willing to put myself of anybody that is potentially here or specially my kids at risk." there are now 19 staffers covering the districts 6 schools, trained to defend against active shooters, walking among the kids with concealed weapons. (steve) they come in tiny, inconspicuous shapes... with fewer smells... and more kid-friendly flavors. new advances in vaping are making it easier for kids to use... and harder for parents to catch. in videos all over social media, more and more teenagers are posting using vaping devices
like these... a new study shows e-cigarettes can potentially release significant amounts of toxic metals in its vapors....which users inhale. including unsafe levels of lead, chromium, manganese and nickel. a government study also found nearly 36 percent of 12th graders have tried some form of vaping in 20-17. (steve) a new study shows a revealing rise in the number of teens either sending or receiving sexually explicit texts. 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 biggest concern is the possibility of photos or messages being spread to other people. researchers say sexting can cause severe emotional distress -- especially for pre-teens. the study recommends that age- specific information on sexting should be part of sex education.
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 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.
lebron james never played college basketball but today during shootaround ahead of their game against the brooklyn nets lebron calls the n-c-double-a.... a corrupt organization... following the federal investigation into college basketball. ""i don't know if there's any fixing the ncaa. i don't think there is," james said tuesday. "it's what's been going on for many, many, many, many years. i don't know how you can fix it. i don't see how you can fix it.... i know how much these college coaches get paid. i know how much these colleges are gaining off these kids. ... i've always heard the narrative that they get a free education, but you guys are not bringing me on campus to get an education, you guys are bringing me on it to help you get to a final four or to a national championship". lebron says he's not sure if lebron
tonight lebron made history against the brooklyn nets. we head to cleveland lebron becomes the first player in history to reach 30- thousand points and eight- thousand rebounds and assists. lebron finished this month averaging a against brooklyn... james scores 31 points along with 12 assists. cavs go on to win 129 to 123 they remain third in the east this week's lexus ultimate highlight goes to javale mcgee. last night
against the knicks... he was hitting shots from everywhere mcgee makes a fade away jumper in the third quarter comedian, john stewart couldn't believe he made it javale finished with ten points on five for six from the floor. warriors win 125-111 the raiders are looking to bounce back after a disappointing season last season. jon gruden in his first season is trying to put oakland in the playoff conversation again. according to the athletic... the raiders are bringing back michael crabtree for the 2018 season. this offseason they had talks of cutting him point-five million dollars. grunden wants him to be part of the team moving forward.the team will bring marshawn lynch back last year crabtree had yards... after having a pro 2016 with over dollars. a reunion between tim a reunion 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 indians... 16-8áa's lose to 12. áa's lose to indians... 16-8
there are just some things that happen on tv.. that you cannot prepare for.((steve)) it happened to one anchor in san diego...take a look. ((nats)).....how's that for an introduction an introductionnichelle an introductionnichelle medina was teasing an upcoming segment on the san diego zoo that's when the bird, named sophie, decided to swoop in and steal the showsophie is a 10-year-old scarlett ibis, a resident of the san diego zoo safari parkibis are related to storks and are native to the caribbean and south america and, apparently, they aren't camera shy (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(steve) grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant)) thank you pam and steve... next at nine...it's a story you'll only see on kron4 ... a disturbing story in one bay area city... an uber driver-- sexually assaulted by
a rider--- and she says the man is still out there tonight... hear the warning she has for other drivers tonight...next in a live report. plus... we're also live in the east bay.... where thieves are getting more brazen and looking for other things to steal instead of your electronics... crooks are now stripping tires right off cars... details on how to cars... details on how to prevent yourself from being a target...next...((grant)) and we saw a lot of wild and we saw a lot of wild crazy weather hitting the bay area... and although its dry and sunny outside... it's not over yet... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow tells us about another storm brewing that's expected to be much worse....((vicki))keep it here...kron 4 news at nine starts right after the break.
upscale mill valley section of marin county. she thinks the crook is still out there... and tonight she begging for help... and trying to warning other people.(grant) thanks for joining us, i'm grant lodes..(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis... kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us live tonight in mill valley. j.r. what happened? (jrstone) this woman named jill says she picked up a couple riders here at the 2 am club around 2 am on saturday. the man in question is a middle aged man. jill says the man left this bruise on her neck. she dropped his female friend off at her home and then took the man to his house and that was when she says she was sexually assaulted. we have blurred out her face because she is a sex assault victim. she says the man appeared to be drunk and high. she's warning other drivers that this man is still out there. i slowed down at