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attorney general jeff sessions takes his war against sanctuary cities to california... and criticizes the mayor of oakland during his announcement in sacramento today. the trump administration is now suing the state over it's so-called sanctuary cities laws. now... california is pushing back. good evening i'm grant lodes. (vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis. the suit targets sanctuary policies that prohibit some cooperation with federal immigration enforcement. today sessions slammed officials who he accused of promoting open borders. as you heard... he singled out oakland's mayor, who recently warned people ahead of federal immigration crackdowns. some immigration officials say the move enabled hundreds of criminals to evade authorities. sessions outlined the lawsuit during a speech in sacramento. jeff sessions / u.s. attorney general: "the department filed a suit against the state of california to invalidate these unjust laws and to immediately freeze their effect. federal agents must be able to do the job that congress directed them to do."(vicki) sessions pointed to three
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state immigration laws he says are unconstitutional. those laws restrict police from voluntarily giving federal agents information about undocumented immigrants.... prohibit private companies from voluntarily cooperating with ice... and require the state to inspect federal immigration detention facilities (grant) and sessions was greeted with protestors today. this is video of the demonstrators outside of the kimpton sawyer hotel in sacramento... where sessions was speaking during the annual law enforcement legislative day. the demonstrations were mostly peaceful. (grant) it didn't take long for california's governor and attorney general to fire back against the lawsuit today... (vicki) catherine heenan is here with more on their angry news conference in responseto sessions' announcement.. (catherine) barely an hour had passed before governor brown and javier becerrawere responding....
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the governor saying the trump administration is "full of liars." he called u.s. attorney general jeff session's appearance a "stunt." both men sounded angry.....claiming the feds are "going to war" with california... governor brown - this is completely unprecedented. for the chief law enforcement officer of the u.s. to come out here for a political stunt. and make wild accusations. many of which are based on lies.calif attorney general - california has exercised its rights to define the circumstances in which state and local law enforcement may participate in immigration enforcement. we're in the business of public safety. we're not in the business of deportations. both men insist the claims that california laws prevented ice agents from making deportation arrests were untrue... they say state laws are aimed only at protecting the civil rights of residents. vicki? (vicki) the nation's top cop
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also called out oakland mayor libby schaaf during his remarks today for giving a head's up before a series of ice raids last month. kron4's maureen kelly has the mayor's response. here's my message to mayor schaaf how dare you. how dear you needlessly endanger the lives of our lawmakers to promote a radical open borders agendamayor schaaf wasted no time calling a news conference to clap back at jeff sessions.. how dare you vilify members of our community, by trying to frighten american cup public into thinking that all undocumented residents are dangerous criminals, hard- working law-abiding oaklanders she refered specifically to the deportation of maria sanchez, a nurse at highland hospital and her husband last year and were forced to leave behind their american born children. . our country was built by immigrants, our country is made great by immigrants and oakland we have not forgotten thatschaaf says she was careful not to give specifics about the raids when she gave a very public head's up before the raids came down that netted 232 undocumented california residents.according to ice, a little less than half had rap sheets with prior felony or serious misdemeanors convictions. schaaf stands by sanctuary policies saying they
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make cities safer.people need to feel safe picking up the phone and calling 911 reporting crimes, serving as witnesses to crimes. that is in the interest of public safetythe feds say roughly 800 others elluded capture because of schaaf's warning. and they are looking into whether or not oakland mayor obstructed justice.mayor schaaf says she takes that threat seriously . in addition to the city attorney, schaaf is getting legal advice from melinda haag, the former us attorney for northern california during the obama administration, who stepped up to offer her services pro bono. maureen kelly kron4 news. (grant) (grant) to the south bay now...
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where city and county leaders are weighing in on jeff sessions' announcement.(vicki) kron four's rob fladeboe joins is now live from san jose with more on that. rob? (rob live) both santa clara county and the city of san jose have lawsuits pending against the trump administration over immigration and sanctuary issues. from their perspective, the legal action announced by attorney general sessions is a waste of time and little more than grand standing. sam liccardo/san jose mayor "....wasting time and resources on politically driven lawsuits will do nothing to make our community safer...."san jose mayor sam liccardo says the federal government's lawsuit against california over it's so called sanctuary policies will do nothing to make communities safer.sam liccardo/san jose mayor ".....as a former
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federal prosecutor i know very well the importance of federal law enforcement working together with local police rather than undermining local police..."san jose and many other california communities have so far limited cooperation with immigration enforcement. when the trump administration threatened to cut off federal funding, santa clara county filed suit and so far the courts have sided with californiasays supervisor dave cortese.dave cortese/santa clara county supervisor "....it's business as usual for us here in santa clara county because we have a protective order that protects us from takeaways because we dont do things the way jess sessions says they should be done...."sam liccardo (sept 2017) "...we're declaring to the tens of thousands of dreamers in out city, that we've got your back..."last fall, the city of san jose also sued the trump administration over it's daca policy. critics have labeled the attorney general's california visit as grand standing and does nothingto help san jose and santa clara county, which are home to thousands of undocumented people.sam liccardo/san jose mayor "....it;s my view and the view of many mayors
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throughout the state that this lawsuit is a a misguided waste of federal resources much like this administration's immigration enforcement that has entangled hardworking bay area families like the recent deportation of a nurse and mother of three..." (rob live)(rob live) mayor licccardo says the fed's lawsuit is undermining the efforts of local police to strike a balance with immigration enforcement and is actually making the community less safe.live in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 newss (vicki) thanks rob. we will have much more reaction to this story coming up at 5:30... and san francisco mayor mark farrell will join us on set to talk about the lawsuit.
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nats of gunfire. (grant) shots ring out in san francisco after a deadly police shooting. officers opened fire after stopping a car that they say... had three robbery suspects in it. (vicki) the shooting happened around 10:30 last night in the mission disctrict... on capp street... between 21st and 22nd street. as kron4's haaziq madyun reports... several witnesses recorded portions of the incident on their cellphones... .. this man is showing me video of a deadly police shooting that he witnessed in san franciscosotit happened 10:36pm tuesday on capp street near 20th in san francisco's mission district. sf police investigators say that is where officers where flagged down by two victims of an armed robbery. the victims told the officers the suspects
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were drving a black honda civic. police spotted that vehicle on capp street a block away. the male driver obeyed the command to get out of the vehicle. a female passenger eventually got out of the car, but this witnessed who asked not to reveal his identity, says there was a third person holding a gun in the trunk of the vehicle who did not get out of the car. in fact the witnesses says he saw the man in the truck fire a weaponsot friends and family members tell kron4 the person who was killed in the shooting was jesus adolfo delgado of san franciscosotsan francisco police investigators say they found a handgun in the trunk of the vehicle. among the agencies conducting independent investigations into this officer involved shooting are sfpd's homicide division and the san francisco district attorney's office independent investigations bureau...in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news
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(vicki) new tonight at 5... a homeless encampment in oakland is damaged after a fire this afternoon. this is new video showing the aftermath. it happened at 6th and webster... that's right next to interstate 8-80. five cars parked nearby caught on fire and were damaged. the cause is under investigation... but fire investigators tell kron four they believe it was an accident. (vicki) also new tonight at five. a man is behind bars ...accused of exposing himself to a 16-year-old girl in san mateo, it happened around five p.m. yesterday...on monte diablo avenue and amphlett boulevard.
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there police say a 16-year- old girl was walking...when a man started exposing himself to her. the victim contacted police...and once at the scene ...officers located christian morales. the 35-year-old suspect...is a registered sex offender. morales was arrested and booked into jail on suspicion of indecent exposure. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we started with clouds then plenty of sunshine and tonight we're going to see some rain. we can see the showers on the doppler radar. it's not a big storm but we'll get a little wet tonight and maybe tomorrow morning. rainfall totals will be rather light between a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain. if you are going out tonight be prepared for some rain. it will start in the north bay and spread south. on the satellite you can see the storm that has been spinning off the coast is finally moving on shore. it will usher in a period of unsettled weather that will last well into next.tomorrow we could see a few showers early then becoming partly cloudy and mild with highs in the upper 50s to upper 60s. there is a
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slight chance of showers on friday with cooler temperatures. this weekend another batch of rain heads our way late on saturday and into sunday. the focus of this storm looks a little further south. more rain and bigger storms a likely next week. (vicki)(vicki) coming up on kron 4 news at 5... as we report a spike in opioid overdoses... find out what health officials are doing in the bay area to try to stop the epidemic. (grant) we're jest learning about yet another school threat in the south bay... ... just as kids return to class in the north bay...after a school there is targeted. (vicki) and after the break... months after a danville woman is murdered... her family is speaking out. hear their plea as they search for her killer.
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(vicki) five-months have past since a 37-year-old woman from danville was found dead in an east bay home near the town of byron.(grant) this week, the family of the victim announced a 10-thousand dollar reward for information that helps solve this murder. today, kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the victim's uncle... who owns the home where the woman was found. (philippe) emily courchesne (core-shayne) was alone inside this home... house sitting for her uncle and his family who were on vacation at the time... when her uncle believes she was confronted by armed home invaders.al courchesne/vic tim's uncle- "emily was a totally innocent bystander to what we think was just a
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robbery." the home is located off marsh creek road in unincorporated contra costa county near byron. al says he had a close relationship with his 37-year-old niece... he says emily was shot to death -- after he thinks the suspects panicked.al courchesne/victim's uncle- "we're almost certain that the killers, they knew we were on vacation -- that they didn't know that emily was house sitting there. uh, but they knew we were away, and that's, they're intent was to find something of value, thinking that nobody was home." emily's body was discovered on the morning of friday october 6th of last year. the contra costa county sheriff's office believes that she was killed some time between wednesday evening and thursday morning of that week.al courchesne/victim's uncle- "everybody who knows about this is horrified by it. it's just so -- it's just a senseless act." the courchesne (core-shayne) family is putting up the 10-thousand dollar reward money for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in this case.al courchesne/victim's uncle- "give yourself up -- do the right thing." and, to this day, al courchesne (core-shayne) says it doesn't appear any items were stolen from the house during the course of the murder. in contra costa county, philippe djegal, kron four news.
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news. (grant) san francisco police need your help catching a hit and run driver. surveillance video shows the crash. you can see what appears to be a 90's model chevy tahoe or suburban crashing into a car so hard that that little car is pushed under the s-u-v in front of it. this was late monday this was late monday night in glen park. you can see the s-u-v resting on a honda civic. police do not have a description of the hit and run driver. (grant) at least a dozen businesses in san jose have had their windows smashed. now police are trying to find the vandals. some of the vandalism is happening to businesses along alum rock avenue near the highway 101
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onramp. the windows at applebees were smashed last friday. then on monday night the restaurant was targeted again. people at the restaurant say they heard pellets hit the windows. in total, police are investigating 12 incidents. police think b-b guns were used to break the windows. (vicki) for your health tonight... a new federal report says opioid overdoses jumped 30 percent last year. we first told you the new information last night on the kron4 news at five. and recently... three men died in san francisco after they reportedly overdosed on fentanyl. the opioid epidemic is becoming more widespread across the country... and in the bay area. joining us tonight to talk about the issue in san francisco... and what is being one to prevent it... is doctor phillip coffin from the department of public health. emergency rooms saw a big jump in
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overdoses from opioids last year - the latest evidence the nation's drug crisis is getting worse.a government
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report released tuesday shows overdoses from opioids increased 30 percent late last summer, compared to the same three-month period in 2016. the biggest jumps were in the midwest and in cities, but increases occurred nationwide. the report did not differentiate between prescription pain pills, heroin, fentanyl and other opioids.the centers for disease control and prevention recently started using a new system to track er overdoses and found the rate of opioid overdoses rose from 14 to 18 per 100,000 er visits over a year.almost all those overdoses were not fatal. opioids were involved in two-thirds of all overdose deaths in 2016. (anchor) time now to check on
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our weather... to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we started with clouds then plenty of sunshine and tonight we're going to see some rain. we can see the showers on the doppler radar. it's not a big storm but we'll get a little wet tonight and maybe tomorrow morning. rainfall totals will be rather light between a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain. if you are going out tonight be prepared for some rain. it will start in the
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north bay and spread south. on the satellite you can see the storm that has been spinning off the coast is finally moving on shore. it will usher in a period of unsettled weather that will last well into next.tomorrow we could see a few showers early then becoming partly cloudy and mild with highs in the upper 50s to upper 60s. there is a slight chance of showers on friday with cooler temperatures. this weekend another batch of rain heads our way late on saturday and into sunday. the focus of this storm looks a little further south. more rain and bigger storms a likely next week. (grant) (grant) still ahead.. find out where police are stepping up patrols.. after another school shooting threat in the bay area. (vicki) plus.. the teen responsible for the deadly school shooting in
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florida... is formally charged. find out how long he could spend behind bars.
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(vicki) a big story we're tracking. florida school shooting suspect nikolas cruz...has been formally charged with 17 counts of first-degree murder...which could mean a death sentence if he's convicted. a grand jury returned the indictment today against the 19-year-old cruz...for the valentine's day massacre at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland...where 17 people died and 16 were wounded. cruz remains behind bars...segregated from the other inmates for the time being. (grant) students in santa rosa returned to school today after a threat sent them home yesterday. (vicki) this is the latest in a series of school threats at bay area schools. kron 4's lydia pantazes reports. students are back in class today after a lockdown yesterday.the threat was found just after 2 p.m. inside willowside middle school. investigators say the graffiti was found in the boys' bathroom and threatened to kill everyone.all students were placed on lock down in
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their classrooms while parents were called to come pick up their children.that was the second reported incident to the sheriff's office yesterday of graffiti in this particular bathroom. the first call came earlier in the day when staff found vague writing that investigators say didn't warrant that type of response. we talked to a parent about the graffiti. james macmillan/parent "angry, angry that the kids don't seem to understand you know how important this is and that it's such a bad decision to say something like that, to write something on the walls with everything that's going on right now, it's just made me angry that someone would still want to do something like that."this incident is still under investigation. reporting live in santa rosa, lydia pantazes kron4 news. (grant) (grant) and there will be extra police at wilcox high school in santa clara tomorrow... after a threat was posted on social
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media this morning. santa clara police investigated and found there was no safety concern to the school. the district says out of an abundance of caution, there will be a stronger police presence on campus tomorrow. (grant) next at 5:30... attorney general jeff sessions announces a lawsuit against california. we have reaction from san francisco mayor mark farrell... as he joins us in studio to talk about the announcement. hi, we're alaska airlines, and we give you more than just peanuts. we give you all sorts of amazing stuff, like european biscoff cookies. hundreds of free movies and tv shows, that you can watch for free, right on your phone. and our rewarding mileage plan that gets you to over 900 mind-expanding destinations.
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5:30... attorney general jeff sessions announces that the justice department is suing california over sanctuary cities.(grant) sessions outlined the lawsuit during a speech in sacramento today. our capitol bureau reporter kody liebowitz was at the speech... he joins us live now from sacramento. kody? (kody) the trump adminstartion says california is obstructing federal immigration law...today the attorney general even accused some state officials as promoting a radical open borders agenda. governor brown is calling it all a "political stunt". in a room full of law enforcement u-s attorney general jeff sessions announced a lawsuit against
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california over its "sanctuary state" laws.attorney general jeff sessions "california is using every power it has-and some it doesn't-to frustrate federal law enforcement. so you can be sure i'm going to use every power i have to stop them."sessions pointed to three state immigration laws he says are unconstitutional. those laws restrict police from voluntarily giving federal agents information about undocumented immigrants....prohibit private compaines from voluntarily cooperating with ice... and require the state to inspect federal immigration detention facilitiesattorney general jeff sessions "these laws are harmful to californians and they're especially harmful to lawgov. jerry brown "this attorney general has no regard for the truth. what he said earlier today is not true. it is a lie."california governor jerry brown and state attorney general xavier becerra were quick to push back againt the lawsuit. attorney general xavier becerra "we're not trying to enact immigration laws. we're enacting public safety laws. and the trump administration doesn't like that. but we're not trying to get into their business, they're trying to get into our business." governor jerry brown desribed the lawsuit as "going to war against california".gov. jerry
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brown "yeah this is a very aggressive act on the part of the trump administration. it's not right, it won't stand and as i say, this lawsuit has more longevity than the trump administration, itself." (kody) at one point -- the governor even seemed to taunt the white house over the russia investigation. saying mueller is closing in...and there are more indictments to come. live in sacramento, kody leibowitz, kron4 news. (vick) (vick) here to talk about the lawsuit announcement today is san francisco mayor mark farrell. (grant) mayor farrell... what was your initial reaction to the lawsuit?
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california gov. jerry brown has denounced u.s. attorney general jeff sessions for speaking in the state about a lawsuit over policies that limit cooperation with federal immigration authorities.brown told reporters shortly after session's speech to law enforcement officials wednesday that it was unprecedented for him to "act more like fox news than a law enforcement officer."the democrat accused sessions of lying and of trying to appease president donald trump. brown says the actions are about dividing america.earlier, sessions said the justice department sued california because state laws are preventing federal immigration
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agents from doing their jobs. sessions strongly criticized oakland mayor libby schaaf for her unusual public warning recently of an operation by federal immigration officers. brown wouldn't comment on that. óóó8:35 a.m.u.s. attorney general jeff sessions is telling california, "we have a problem."sessions told law enforcement officers at a conference in sacramento wednesday that the justice department sued california because state laws are preventing federal immigration agents from doing their jobs. california leaders strongly deny that claim.sessions strongly criticized oakland mayor libby schaaf for her recent unusual public warning that an operation by federal immigration officers was imminent. he claims 800 "wanted criminals" eluded arrests as a result.sessions says california's laws are unconstitutional and a "plain violation of common sense."óóó 8:02 a.m.dozens of demonstrators have gathered in sacramento, california, to protest an appearance by u.s. attorney general jeff sessions. the protest wednesday comes a day after sessions announced the trump administration is suing the state over several laws that restrict government authorities and private businesses from cooperating with federal immigration
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agents.demonstrators are blocking traffic outside a hotel where sessions will deliver a speech to law enforcement officials. the protesters are chanting "stand up, fight back" and "no justice no peace."there is a heavy presence of police on horses and bicycles and a helicopter overhead.óóó11:07 p.m.u.s. attorney general jeff sessions is taking the fight over the nation's immigration policy directly to california by suing to block state laws that extend protections to people living in the u.s. illegally.he is expected to speak to law enforcement officials in the state's capital wednesday, just hours after the u.s. justice department filed suit - the most aggressive move yet in the trump administration's push to force so-called sanctuary cities and states to cooperate with immigration authorities.the lawsuit challenges california laws that bar police from asking people about their citizenship status or participating in federal immigration enforcement activities. the suit filed in federal court in sacramento says the laws are unconstitutional and have kept from doing their jobs. california officials and say they are on firm legal footing.
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footing.on firm legal and say they are remain defiant california officials jobs.from doing their federal agents from doing their jobs. california officials remain defiant and say they are on firm legal footing.
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(vicki) the f-d-a- has cleared a d-n-a test that can spot cancer genes. it's the first direct-to-consumer breast cancer gene test... distributed by the california based company '23-and me.' the f-d-a says it will require warnings about the limitations of the genetic information.. the test will analyze saliva - and can detect three out of more 1-thousand known inherited gene mutations. . but the test cannot determine the overall risk of developing cancer. the f-d-a also says the test is not a substitute for regular medical checkups and should not be used to make any medical decisions. (grant) still ahead.. a bombshell report about a relationship between the president... and a porn star. what the woman's lawyer says happened... right after president trump became a new father. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
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lawsuit details her alleged affair with donald trump.her lawyer said today, yes, his client had sex with the future president, just after his wife gave birth to their son.(vicki) daniels says she did receive money to keep quiet ... but now claims the agreement is void because trump never signed it.catherine heenan is here with what we learned today.catherine? (catherine) according to the lawsuit , trump's extramarital affair with her began in 2006, when he invited her to his penthouse suite at harrah's resort and casino in south lake tahoe. the president is denying all her claims. "the president has addressed these directly and made very well clear that none of these allegations are true. " daniels, under her real name of stephanie clifford, is suing to invalidate the agreement she signed days before the 2016 election, preventing her from talking about their alleged sexual encounter. "you can't say whether you have a non- disclosure agreement. but if you didn't have a non-disclosure agreement, you most certainly could say, 'i don't have a non-disclosure
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agreement', yes?" stormy daniels: "you're so smart, jimmy."the lawsuit argues that the agreement is "null and void" because it was ánotá signed by mr. trump -- referred to in the document by the pseudonym "david dennison." daniels' lawyer says mr. trump "purposely did not sign the agreement so he could later, if need be, publicly disavow any knowledge" of the contract and miss daniels.according to the complaint -- daniels had an "intimate relationship" with mr. trump that began in the summer of 2006 and continued "well into 2007". last week trump's longtime attorney michael cohen admitted paying daniels 130=thousand dollars.but he insisted that "neither the trump organization nor the trump campaign was a party to the transaction with ms. clifford, and neither reimbursed me for the payment, either directly or indirectly." daniels attorney calls that claim laughable. "the president knew about it at the time. the idea that an attorney would go off on his own without his clients knowledge, and engage in this type pof negotiation and enter into this type of agreeement quite honestly i think is ludicrous.""you don't know, or can you make this inference that the president knew about this agreement?""we certainly havent disclosed all the facts in evidence that we're aware of in connection with this."
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(catherine) among the unreleased details are text messages and images - referred to in the lawsuit. there was no indication of the content of that material. vicki and grant? (vicki) if you haven't had the opportunity to go yet... the museum of ice cream is extending its stay in san francisco. they just announced that the museum is staying through may of this year. tickets to the museum are 38-dollars and are on sale now. the museum has extended the museum has extended the museum has extended their stay before... but this is reportedly the last time they plan to extend it. (anchor) time now
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(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we started with clouds then plenty of sunshine and tonight we're going to see some rain. we can see the showers on the doppler radar. it's not a big storm but we'll get a little wet tonight and maybe tomorrow morning. rainfall totals will be rather light between a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain. if you are going out tonight be prepared for some rain. it will start in the
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north bay and spread south. on the satellite you can see the storm that has been spinning off the coast is finally moving on shore. it will usher in a period of unsettled weather that will last well into next.tomorrow we could see a few showers early then becoming partly cloudy and mild with highs in the upper 50s to upper 60s. there is a slight chance of showers on friday with cooler temperatures. this weekend another batch of rain heads our way late on saturday and into sunday. the focus of this storm looks a little further south. more rain and bigger storms a likely next week. (grant) (grant) a popular
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children's show is returning to television. blues clues. nickelodeon just announced it's re-creating 20 episodes of the series... with a fresh look. the show will still focus on the puppy
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"blue" and solving puzzles. the original series aired from 19-96 to 2007. producers are holding open auditions for the show's new host in april. blue's clues will begin production this summer. (vicki) next at 5... see the video going viral... showing how a father punished his son after he is caught bullying another student.
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(grant) it's the video that has so many people talking. a father gets
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angry after his 10-year-old son got kicked off the school bus for bullying. the boy's dad then makes him run a mile to school as his punishment.. and records the entire thing. reporter annie andersen talked to both father and son. sitting on the back of their truck, hayden and his dad, bryan thornhill, joke like best friends.nat sound:"i'm going to reduce the speed limit on the road, that way we'll have to casual run. oh man, that will be your max run."while the love is apparent, thornhill stresses he's not his son's friend. bryan thornhill:"you can be a parent for 18 years and raise your children for 18 years. after that, you can be a friend for the rest of their life." so when he found out 10- year-old hayden got suspended from riding the school bus for misbehaving.hayden thornhill: "i was sliding under the seat. umm, i was yelling and being really obnoxious. i accidentally jumped on one of the kids and hit him in his bad spot." he says he also bullied one of his classmates. bryan wasn't having it.nat sound:"this right here is old-school, simple parenting." for three days, thornhill and his wife drove along hayden as he ran a mile from their house
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in roanoke county to school. bryan thornhill:"my son has finally got in trouble on the bus enough to where he was kicked off the bus for three days because he was being a little bully which i do not tolerate."hayden thornhill:"i thought it was going to be horrible but when i started to run, like when i was first starting, i thought this isn't too bad." the video already has 22 million views.nat sound: "i don't know why i started filming it"many are applauding thornhill's parenting.nat sound:"by the way it's other countries now too."others say thornhill is just bullying his son.hayden doesn't see it that way.hayden thornhill:"it was a good punishment, i well deserved it. i think he gave me a good punishment."and hayden says since running to school, he hasn't gotten in trouble.hayden thornhill:"it might be fun being hyper and doing dumb stuff, but then after, it's not going to be fun because then you've got to pay the price." (grant) that was annie anderson reporting. bryan thornhill says that driving
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his son to school during his suspension was never an option. he says driving the child would be nothing more than a "treat" for the 10-year-old. (grant) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5. steve aveson and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at six. (steve) thanks grant.. coming up new tonight at six.. california lawmakers react to to the federal governments plan to sue the state over its sanctuary laws.(vicki) then - new video of a fire that broke out under the bay bridge.. that was shot from the lower deck.. kron4 news at six starts right after the break.
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attorney general): "federal agents must be able to do the job that congress directed them to do."(gov. jerry brown): "this is a political stunt. ii's not about the truth. it's not about protecting our state. it's about dividing america." (steve) it was a war of words today... as attorney general jeff sessions announced a justice department lawsuit against the state of california. good evening... i'm steve aveson. (vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis in for pam moore. the department of justice accuses state sanctuary laws of obstructing federal immigration law. new at six -- kron4's washington d-c correspondent alexandra limon has reaction from california lawmakers. california's lawmakers think attorney general jeff sessions should butt out.sen. kamala harris / california (d)the department of justice has limited resources, and it would be a much better use of those resources to focus on issues that really impact the public safety.this after the department of justice filed lawsuit against the golden state.jeff sessions / u.s. attorney general federal agents must be able to do the
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job that congress directed them to do.the justice department is seeking to invalidate three of the state's so called sanctuary laws that protect undocumented immigrants.sen. kamala harris / california (d)the justice department is playing politics on a very important issue and has clearly put a target on california's backalexandra limon / @alexlimonnews california officials argue they don't have the resources or money to enforce federal immigration laws. attorney general sessions says he's not asking them to, but he says the states laws endanger public safety.sessionswe are simply asking the state and other sanctuary jurisdictions to stop actively obstructing federal law enforcement.the court's decision could affect other cities counties and states with similar immigration policies. oregon senator jeff merkley says it's the attorney general who's putting communities at risk sen. jeff merkely / oregon (d) he's damanging public safety. because when you try to turn your local police and local sheriff's into ice agents they lose cooperation. under president obama, the justice department sued the state of arizona for its immigration laws - in that case the supreme court struck down portions of the arizona immigration falls under the federal jurisdiction.in washington alexandra limon.
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(steve) governor jerry brown fired back at attorney general sessions and the trump administration shortly after the announcement. brown along with the california attorney general held a press conference today... voicing their disapproval of the federal government lawsuit challenging the state's immigration laws.(gov. jerry brown): "this is completely unprecedented for the chief law enforcement officer of the united states to come out here and engage in a political stunt, make wild accusations, many of (xavier becerra/california attorney general): "the trump administration has failed utterly and failed the people in our states." becerra says california is not trying to trying to enact immigration laws... but public safety laws. he says the trump administration does not like this... that
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why the department of justice is on the attack. (steve) the us attorney general specifically targetted oakland mayor's libby schaaf during his speech. the mayor called a news conference in city hall to respond. kron4's maureen kelly was there. the us attorney general says mayor libby schaaf needlessly endangered the lives of law enforement when she gave a very public head's up to the northern california ice raids last month.(us attorney general jeff sessions)here's my message to mayor schaaf how dare you.(oakland mayor libby schaaf)how dare you distort the reality about declining violent crime in a diverse sanctuary cities like oakland california to advance your racist agendamayor schaaf says this administration is trying to paint all undocumented citizens as dangerous criminals.and she refered specifically to the deportation of maria sanchez, a nurse at highland hospital and her husband last year, she says neigher of whom had criminal records.who you ripped away from their american born children and the cancer patients that are public hospital who relied on maria's nursing skills every every dayshe denies the claim that she put law enforcement lives at risk saying she did
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not give specific information about the sweeps. i believe and safety. i take safety extremely seriously and that is why am proud that oakland has had such success reducing violent crime and we have done that as a sanctuary cityi asked mayor about what she makes of being made a target in sessions speech. the agenda of this administration has been political vindictiveness, clearly they are picking a fight with california, they are picking a fight with diverse sanctuary cities like oakland and the people who lead themthe justice now looking into whether or not oakland mayor obstructed justice.mayor schaaf says she takes that threat seriously . in addition to the city attorney, schaaf says she's also getting legal advice from melinda haag, the former us attorney for northern california during the obama administration, who stepped up services pro bono.maureen kelly kron4 news. (grant) last hour vicki and i
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spoke with san francisco mayor mark farrell about the department of justice lawsuit... and the impact a recent federal immigration crackdown has had on the local community. (grant) we've posted the entire interview
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with the san francisco mayor on kron-4-dot-com. (ots/vicki) new at six... a similar reaction from local government in the south bay. kron four's rob fladeboe spoke with the city of san jose and santa clara county, both of which are already embroiled in legal action with the trump administration. sam liccardo/san jose mayor "....wasting time and resources on politically driven lawsuits will do nothing to make our community safer...."san jose mayor sam liccardo says the federal government's lawsuit against california over it's so called sanctuary policies will do nothing to make communities safer.sam liccardo/san jose mayor ".....as a former federal prosecutor i know very well the importance of federal law enforcement working together with local police rather than undermining local police..."san jose and many other california communities have so far limited cooperation with immigration enforcement. when the trump administration threatened to cut off federal funding, santa clara county filed suit and so far the courts have sided with californiasays supervisor dave cortese.dave cortese/santa clara county supervisor "....it's business as usual for us here in santa clara county because we have a
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protective order that protects us from takeaways because we dont do things the way jess sessions says they should be done...."sam liccardo (sept 2017) "...we're declaring to the tens of thousands of dreamers in out city, that we've got your back..."last fall, the city of san jose also sued the trump administration over it's daca policy. critics have labeled the attorney general's california visit as grand standing and does nothingto help san jose and santa clara county, which are home to thousands of undocumented people.sam liccardo/san jose mayor "....it;s my view and the view of many mayors throughout the state that this lawsuit is a a misguided waste of federal resources much like this administration's immigration enforcement that has entangled hardworking bay area families like the recent deportation of a nurse and mother of three..."dave cortese "...i know what my constituants want regardless of their political party, they are waiting for congress to step up and solve this and jeff sessions isn't helping..." rob fladeboe/san jose "....the mayor says the justice department lawsuit is undermining the efforts of local police to strike a balance with immigration enforcement and is only going to make the community less safe as those in fear of deportation will be that much more reluctant to report crimes.in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news (vicki)(on cam) (vicki)(on cam) shots ring
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out in san francisco during a deadly police shooting. officers say they opened fire after stopping a car that had three robbery suspects in it. (steve)(on cam) however friends and family of the man who died in the shooting say police used excessive force when they fired their weapons...kron4's haaziq madyun has the story
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sotfriends and family of 19-year-old jesus adolfo delgado are questioning the circumstances leading to him being shot and killed by san francisco police here on capp street tuesday nightsan francisco police investigators say that delgado was one of three suspects allegedly involved in an armed robbery on capp street. when officers stopped their vehicle the male driver and female passenger obeyed commands to exit the vehicle. however investigators say a third person in the trunk of the vehicle did not obey the commands to get out of the car...shots were fired. delgado died at the scenesot san francisco police say they did find a gun in the trunk of the vehicle. among the agencies conducting independent investigations into this officer involved shooting are sfpd's homicide division and the san francisco district attorney's office independent investigations bureau...in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news
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a live look outside right now... as we get our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we started with clouds then plenty of sunshine and tonight we're going to see some rain. we can see the showers on the doppler radar. it's not a big storm but we'll get a little wet tonight and maybe tomorrow morning. rainfall totals will be rather light between a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain. if you are going out tonight be prepared for some rain. it will start in the north bay and spread south. on the satellite you can see the
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storm that has been spinning off the coast is finally moving on shore. it will usher in a period of unsettled weather that will last well into next.tomorrow we could see a few showers early then becoming partly cloudy and mild with highs in the upper 50s to upper 60s. there is a slight chance of showers on friday with cooler temperatures. this weekend another batch of rain heads our way late on saturday and into sunday. the focus of this storm looks a little further south. more rain and bigger storms a likely next week. (vicki) coming up...a peaceful trip from las vegas to the bay area turns bloodyto the bay area turns bloodywhen a woman attacks a three year old toddler on a greyhound bus. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) a ten thousand dollar reward. we'll takeyou to the local town where a family is putting up this cash to help
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track down a killer. (( áá v.o. / vicki áá )) strong video of san francisco firefighters using water cannonto put out a fire at the bay bridge. we have new details coming up.
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the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. (steve) new at six... c-h-p officials tweeted out this new video of the fire on the bay bridge yesterday afternoon. you can see the fire department's water cannon shooting up the water from down below. the eastbound
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deck is more than 100 feet above the water but the boat's cannon had no issue reaching the flames. the fire was quickly put out but caused major traffic dealys. the cause of the fire is under investigation. (( áá vicki / two shot áá )) five-months have passed since a 37-year-old woman from danville was found dead in an east bay home near the town of byron.(( áá steve / two shot áá )) this week, the family of the victim announced a 10-thousand dollar reward for information that helps solve this murder. today, kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the victim's uncle... who owns the home where the woman was found. (philippe) not a day goes by without al courchesne (core-shayne) thinking about his 37-year-old niece, emily. al courchesne/victim's uncle- "we're still missing emily. she, she worked for me. i knew her since the day se was born. you know, she was precious to us." last year, on october 6th... emily was found dead inside al's home in unincorporated contra costa county near byron. he lives off marsh creek road. al says emily lived in danville, but was house sitting for him at the time, while his family was on vacation. he believes the home invaders thought the
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house was empty.al courchesne/victim's uncle- "we think that just when that they were surprised and they were, they reacted. they had a gun in their hand and they just reacted." emily died from gunshot wounds. tough for al and the rest of the family to take. he says she had a bubbly personality and was fun to be around.al courchesne/vic tim's uncle- "she was an astronomer, i think she majored in astronomy. and, so she was very knowledgable not only about stars and the environment, but society at large. and, she was very opinionated. we always had extremely heated arguments -- family arguments, politics, the environment -- you name it." the courchesne (core-shayne) family is putting up the 10-thousand dollar reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in this case. so far, leads have dried up... and, they're hoping the reward money will inspire someone to come forward and help solve this murder. in contra costa county, philippe djegal, kron four news.
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(vicki) in the north bay... willowside middle school resumed class today... after a threat was found in a boy's bathroom. the graffiti was discovered yesterday around two pm. authorities say it threatened to kill everyone. the school was put on lock down while parents were called to pick up their children. we spoke to one parent who is upset about the ongoing threats.(james macmillan/parent): "angry, angry that the kids don't seem to understand you know how important this is and that it's such a bad decision to say something like that, to write something on the walls with everything that's going on right now, it's just made me angry that someone would still want to do something like that." authorities say this is the second incident of graffiti in this bathroom. the sheriff's department received a call earlier that day when staff found vague writing. authorities say that writing did not warrant a response. the incident remains under investigation. (vicki) new at six... two men and a minor are in custody tonight... after san francisco police found them in
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possession of drugs and a gun. police say the arrests stemmed from a police auto abatement operation. authorities say during the operation, police stopped the men for a traffic violation. police say when officers searched the car they found the gun, burglary tools and narcotics. all three were arrested and book into jail. (steve) tonight... we are learning more about the stabbing on a bus that left five people injured. as christina tetreault reports, a woman is in custody after holding a three-year-old child at knife point... and stabbing the girls mother. the aftermath of a violent scene that erupted on a peaceful bus trip. tanya wright, witness, passenger "i am really wacked out i am really tripping out right now this is crazy it's like something from an action move something you see on tv" tulare county lt duane cornett says áteresa madrigal allegedly attacked a 3- year-old toddler with a knife while riding a greyhound bus from las vegas to the bay area. the mother...the bus driver...and two passengers jumped in. duane cornett, lt tulare county sheriff's office "i mean she brandished a knife
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and was using it in a deadly fashion there could have been not only physical hard but death could have been a likely outcome if the passengers didn't intervene 23:46:10 they say five people including the toddler and the suspect were injured. duane cornett, lt tulare county sheriff's office "she used the knife on herself to cause her wounds 47:45 madrigal...being treated and in custody with tulare county sheriff's office. she's charged with child endangerment and assault with a deadly weapon. cornett...saying it's a miracle the little girl and her mom are alive. in a statement officials with greyhound say they have a zero tolerance policy with aggressive riders. (graphic) in the event that a customer is unruly or aggressive on board the bus, drivers are trained to pull the bus over in a safe location, contact the local authorities and remove the customer from the bus. ." (steve) that was christina tetreault reporting. let's take a look outside
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right now... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. lawrence karnow: we started with clouds then plenty of sunshine and tonight we're going to see some rain. we can see the showers on the doppler radar. it's not a big storm but we'll get a little wet tonight and maybe tomorrow morning. rainfall totals will be rather light between a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain. if you are going out tonight be prepared for some rain. it will start in the north bay and spread south. on the satellite you can see the storm that has been spinning off the coast is finally moving on shore. it will usher in a period of unsettled weather that will last well into next.tomorrow we could see a few showers early then becoming partly cloudy and mild with highs in the upper 50s to upper 60s. there is a slight chance of showers on friday with cooler temperatures. this weekend another batch of rain heads our way late on saturday and into sunday. the focus of this storm looks a little further south. more rain and bigger storms a likely next week. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) first a bomb cyclone knocks out power to 2 million people now another n'oreaster is pounding the east coast.
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we'll take you there for an update. (( áá v.o. / vicki áá )) first responders quick to the scene of a fire quick to the responders first áá ))(( áá v.o. / vicki
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(( áá v.o. / steve áá )) first a bomb cyclone knocks out power to 2 million people now another n'oreaster is pounding the east coast. we'll take you there for an update. (( áá v.o. / vicki áá )) first responders quick to the scene of a fire this after noon in san francisco. we'll show you how their good work saved a family dog.
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(vicki) new tonight at six... the marin county civic center cafe remains closed tonight. marin county officials say building maintenance is working on a wall behind the kitchen and grill area. the cafe was shut down last month for cleaning after a rat infestation was discovered. the cafe serves roughly a
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thousand meals a week to government employees and visitors alike. marin county officials say the cafe is expected to reopen friday. (steve) a fire broke out this afternoon in san francisco. the fire department tweeted this video of the residential fire on 26th street and dolores. officials say the fire started around noon and was isolated to a two story building. it was quickly contained with no injures reported. firefighters were able to rescue a dog from the residence. the cause of the fire is currently under investigation. (vicki) the sonoma county sheriff's office say two suspects were found hiding underneath a santa rosa home early this morning. you can see the hole the police cut out to get to the suspects. officials say steven molina of petaluma and jessica ybarra of santa rosa were hiding in the home's crawl space. both were wanted for outstanding warrants. ybarra peacefully surrendered but molina threatened to kill the officers or himself if they came down to get him. a swat team and hostage negotiators were called in and molina was arrested an hour later. he now faces threatening an officer charges.
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(( áá v.o. / steve áá )) modern medicine is making great advances everyday that save us timeand money but now one that saves you the need for painful surgery. (( áá v.o. / vicki áá )) u.s. attorney general jeff sessions came to sacramento today and used the platform to outline a lawsuit against california. we'vegot strong pushback from local officials (vicki)
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sessions took his war against sanctuary cities to california... announcing federal government is filing a lawsuit against the state. (steve) the announcement is getting some strong reactions from california politicians. the lawsuit challenges state laws aimed at protecting immigrants. governor jerry brown held a press conference on the heals of sessions announcement... accusing the administration of "going to war" with california. he also attacked sessions standing within the trump administration.gov. jerry brown/d- california: ""let's face it, the trump white house is under siege. mueller is closing in. there are more indictments to come. so obviously, the attorney general has found it hard just to be a normal attorney general." sessions was greeted by protesters today. the demonstrators gathered outside the hotel where he made the announcement during the annual law enforcement legislative day. sessions says he
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expects to prevail in this case. now let's take a look at today's top stories... in san jose, mayor sam in san jose, in san jose, mayor sam liccardo says the immigration enforcement lawsuit against california announced today by u.s attorney general jeff sessions is a waste time and government resources.
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liccardo says the action will undermine the effort of local police and make the community less safe because thousands of undocumentedimmigrants will be that much more fearful about reporting crime. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news sotfriends and family of 19- year-old jesus adolfo delgado are questioning the circumstances leading to him being shot and killed by san francisco police her on capp street tuesday night san francisco police investigators say that delgado was one of three suspects allegedly involved in an armed robbery on capp street. when officers stopped their vehicle shots were fired...delgado died at the scenein san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news in santa rosa, there are extra patrols outisde willowside middle school in
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santa rosa after threatening graffiti was found in a boys bathroom. investigators say the graffiti was found in the boys' bathroom and threatened to kill everyone. all students were placed on lock down in their classrooms while parents were called to come pick up their children.is still under investigation. reporting in santa rosa, lydia pantazes kron4 news. in contra costa county.... the family of a danville woman murdered near the town of byron last year is offering a 10-thousand dollar reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in this case. on october 6th... 37-year-old emily courchesne was found dead in her uncle's home off marsh creek road. she was house sitting at the time. her family believes the suspect's shot her to death, after realizing she was inside the house. in contra costa county, philippe djegal, kron four news. lawrence karnow: we started with clouds then plenty of sunshine and tonight we're going to see some rain. we can see the showers on the doppler radar. it's not a big storm but we'll get a little wet
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tonight and maybe tomorrow morning. rainfall totals will be rather light between a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain. if you are going out tonight be prepared for some rain. it will start in the north bay and spread south. on the satellite you can see the storm that has been spinning off the coast is finally moving on shore. it will usher in a period of unsettled weather that will last well into next.tomorrow we could see a few showers early then becoming partly cloudy and mild with highs in the upper 50s to upper 60s. there is a slight chance of showers on friday with cooler temperatures. (vicki) (vicki) the northeast in the path of yet another nor'easter just days after being slammed by a powerful 'bomb cyclone.' as thousands are still without power from the first storm, millions are now bracing for a new round of wind, rain, snow, and coastal flooding. omar jimenez is in worcester, (prono: wooster) massachusetts with the latest. flooding in maryland...thunder snow in new jersey....and uncertainty in massachusetts... gov. charlie baker/massachuse tts: "the hardest question to answer is where the snow and rain line is and when."the second massive storm to hit the northeast in the span of a week is closing schools,
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canceling flights, and making trouble yet again for over 50 million people.gov. phil murphy/new jersey"we are announcing a state of emergency state wide."new jersey governor phil murphy warning residents to be cautious as parts of the state expect up to a foot of snow... gov. phil murphy/new jersey " prudency, responsibility, smart common sense is the words of the day." parts of pennsylvania, new york, and connecticut also under a state of emergency....expecting heavy, wet snow and high winds...and with the weather... new power outages... john mcavoy/chairman and ceo of con edison: "we have 1700 workers out there. that, that is a very large deploymenttens of thousands of people from virgina to maine are still without power, the challenging weather expected to impact recovery... john mcavoy/chairman and ceo of con edison: " many trees are in a weakened condition as a result of the damage that they suffered on friday. so we'll have slower response to the remaining outages and in all likelihood new outages that we'll have to be addressing as well."making matters worse, in coastal massachusetts, new concerns of flooding after several sea walls sustained significant damage during friday's storm...rene read/duxbury, ma town manager: "the last 48 to 72 hours, we've witnessed large portions of our seawall fall into the atlantic ocean."communities up and down the east coast bracing now for another blast of wicked weather... waiting for spring to arrive.
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(vicki) that was omar jimenez reporting. communities up and down the east coast bracing now for another blast of wicked weather... waiting for spring to arrive. (steve) coming up... doctors have created a vest they say can replace certain heart procedures... it saves time, money and pain, we'll show you how it works.
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(vicki) new tonight six... as technology evolves... so does modern medicine... and the ability to diagnose and treat patients.(steve) as gigi barnett reports... doctors have unveiled a high- tech vest they say can diagnose a condition that currently requires surgery. ávo á peering into a patient's heart and locating potentially-deadly irráegular heartbeats takes surgery with a catheter but, this is a new way to bypass that. it's called cardioinsight -- a vest created from electrodes that maps a patient's heart -- from the outside in. it's very accurate.ásot dr. amin al-ahmad:"if you're tracking someone who's staying on the phone you can tell where the neighborhood is, this gives us the apartment." ávo dr. amin al-ahmad is a cardiologist at st. david's medical center, which unveiled the vest at a conference this week. he says the technology is completely personalized.ásot dr. al- ahmad:"it actually utilizes the patient's own anatomy. so, we can see exactly what that patient's heart look like because everyone's heart looks a little differently."ásot á
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gigi: "right now, doctors only have 12 electrodes to look inside a patient's heart. with the cardio vest, doctors can have more than 250 and there are only 11 hospitals across the country that have it." ávo right now, the vest is only used to find an irregular heart beat, also called an arrythmia -- if left unchecked could cause a stroke or heart failure. al-ahmad says this early technology could change. ásot dr. al- ahmad:"right now, we're putting catheters into the heart. maybe in the future we may be able to focus energy on arrythmias non-invasively."ávo and this vest might be the perfect fit for that. (vicki) (vicki) (vicki) that was gigi barnett reporting. in sports -- warriors guard, shaun livingston visits an elementary school in san francisco you'll hear why the two-time n-b-a champion wants kids to stay active. plus -- the pete newell classic in las vegas. stanford and cal trying to reach the second round of the pac-12 tournament. our sports director, gary radnich has the highlights and
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we are less than a week away from selection sunday. stanford hoping to make the big dance for the first time since 2014 the cardinal facing the golden bears in round one the pac-12 tournament. -- tyler whisler is the honorary team captain for stanford ... the 11 year old is battling cancer -- in the first half ... reid travis throws it high off the glass to lay it in and give stanford a double digit lead. travis had a game-high 19 points to go with 13 boards. -- darius mcneill drops his fifth three of the half finishes with 19 points --
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stanford offense was too much for the golden bears ... dorian pickens knocks down a triple the cardinal led by as many as 27 points --stanford wins 76-58 will face ucla tomorrow the warriors get involved in the community. guard, shaun livingston visits longfellow elematary school in san francisco. in honor of women's history month... the two-time n-b-a champion along with w-n-b-a legend, ruthie bolton held a get fit time-out event. they were promoting a healthy lifestyle to kids through fitness and nutrition. more than 100 students participated in a variety of activites focusing on the importance of staying active. here's livingston on putting a smile on kids faces.
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speaking of the warriors... tomorrow night against the spurs golden state will not have rookie, jordan bell. last night against the brooklyn nets bell sprained his right ankle. the good news is that the x-rays came back negative and is listed day to day. bell has stuggled to stay on the court in the last two months in january he injured his left ankle forcing him to miss over a month. the 49ers reportedly discussed working out a deal with the broncos for cornerback, aqib talib. the niners are in the market for a starting corner. they missed on oakland native,
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marcus peters and vontae davis this offseason. talib wants denver to be cut him, instead of shipping him to another team. his desire is to play with tom brady in new england. last month denver reportedly discussed trading the 32-year-old the seahawks have reportedly traded pro bowl defensive end michael bennett to the super bowl champion eagles. seattle will also second a seventh round pick and receive a fifth-rounder and wide receiver marcus johnson. trading bennett will clear around two point two million dollars in cap space for seattle in 2018. the 32-year-old had 8 and a half sacks last season and made his third consecutive pro bowl. seattle is looking to get younger on defense as there are several rumors that they have cut ties with richard sherman.
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sometimes you can't win every battle cowboys owner, jerry jones agrees to reimburse the n-f-l for more than two-million dollars in legal fees. the league asked jones for a reimbursement in connection to ezekiel ellott fight of a six-game suspension and in the threat of a lawsuit to block roger goodell's contract extension. the n-f-l says the matter has been resolved but no details of the financial settlement. on monday jones had appeal hearing with commissioner, goodell in florida.
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we go to spring training baseball giants taking on the padres in scottsdale -- madison bumgarner made his second start of spring. strikes out eric hosmer... who just signed an 8-year-144 million dollar contract. mad bum allows 5 hits... 2 runs... and strikes out six over 3 innings -- bottom first -- new giant... evan longaria with an r-b-i double --giants... padres ends in a 4-4 tie
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a 4-4 tie marjory stoneman douglas had a surprise in store for them heat guard dwyane wade visits the high school to pose with students and teachers the high school is still recovering from the shooting that killed 17 people back in february. wade explains the importance of visiting majory stoneman douglas.
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(( áá v.o. / vicki áá )) how many cameras does it take to make a school safer? we've got theanswer in one district when we come back.
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approximately 175 cameras right now. they're in the middle of constructing two new schools, one of which is a new high school. that's when the district will go from those 175 cameras to 250.chris oldham/security coordinator jacksonville/north pulaski county school district: ""we put them in every classroom, every hallway, every door entrance. we're doing it because it needs to be done. we don't have a choice anymore. if we're going to protect our kids this is what we have to do." the district also plans on installing bulletproof glass near the main entrance of the school. the parking lot will also be getting controlled access gates. the district promises every elementary and middle school will have cameras installed in hallways and classrooms within the next two years. (vicki) two thirds of millennials... are not saving for retirement. that's according to the national institute on retirement security ...it found that roughly 66 percent of people ages 21 to 32... have nothing saved. a lot of millennials entered the work force at a time of stagnant wages and high unemployment... and many are saddled with student loan debt. however... employer retirement
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plans seem to help - more than 94 percent of millennials who are eligible for a workplace retirement plan are saving. (steve) amazon is reducing the price of its prime membership for medicaid recipients. the massive online retailer announced wednesday that recipients will be able to get prime for 5.99 a month. to qualify for the medicaid discount....cust omers must have a valid medicaid card or electronic benefits transfer -- or ebt -- card. there are several amazon prime plans to choose from however. if you're a student...you can get prime at 6-49 a month. there's prime video at 8-99 a month...prime monthly at 12-99 a month and prime yearly at 99-dollars a year. lawrence karnow: we started with clouds then plenty of sunshine and tonight we're going to see some rain. we can see the showers on the doppler radar. it's not a big storm but we'll get a little wet tonight and maybe tomorrow morning. rainfall totals will
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be rather light between a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain. if you are going out tonight be prepared for some rain. it will start in the north bay and spread south. on the satellite you can see the storm that has been spinning off the coast is finally moving on shore. it will usher in a period of unsettled weather that will last well into next.tomorrow we could see a few showers early then becoming partly cloudy and mild with highs in the upper 50s to upper 60s. there is a slight chance of showers on friday with cooler temperatures. this weekend another batch of rain heads our way late on saturday and into sunday. the focus of this storm looks a little further south. more rain and bigger storms a likely next week. a full hour of a full hour a full hour of entertainment news is on
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