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another, bigger storm is headed our way... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is timing out the rain.... lawrence how will it be for the morning commute? lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers
on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week. (grant) (grant) and we have team coverage tonight on the storm. (vicki) kron4's charles clifford is live in lafayette with a look at conditions out there, chuck? well, right now here in lafayette it's ?? degrees and the rain has let up for the moment, but it has been a wet day around the bay area. let's look at some video i shot earlier today. here in the east bay, i stopped by sausal creek over in oakland. it runs parellel to park boulevard. the creek was running fast and muddy. nowhere near flooding but still quite a bit of flow. not to far away, i found some folks enjoying the break in the rain. it wasn't that bad. it was just fund to get ou and play. we have an ultimate frisbee team at my school so we did some trails and practiced for a tournament
this weekend.alright, back live now, as we head into the evening hours we are still expecting rain to return withing the next few hours here in the east bay. in lafayette, charles clifford kron 4 news. (vicki) right now (vicki) (vicki) (vicki) right now it's drizzling across parts of the bay area....but it's been raining off and on all day..
kron 4's dan kerman is in san francisco and he has details on the rains impact on our water supply. the rains have returned once again in march and water managers say it's really making a difference in terms of water supply. sot david briggs/eb mud water operations mgr. 07-17storage at east bay mud's reservoirs in the sierra and locally are now at 82% of capacity. had march been dry like previous months, things could have been different looking forwardsotmarch storms has also improved storage in the south bay storage in the santa clara valley water district jumped from 26% of capacity to 33% of capacity and improvements are also evident with the sierra snowpack. on february 28th it was 20% of average.. .now it's grown to 47% of average and state water officials say it could grow over the 50% mark with this series of storms. standup dan kerman sf 124-134that's still only 50 percent of average which is why wter managers say regardless how much it rains water conservation must be a part of daily life. in sf dan kerman kron 4news. people in parts of southern parts of people in people in people in
order right now in parts of santa barbara and ventura county. this latest storm could bring enough rain to trigger mudslides and rockfalls. that includes the community of montecito-- where 21 people were killed by a mudslide in january. tonight...the evacuations are underway. (sot) the storm has the potential to bring the highest rainfall totals of the season to santa barbara county....10- inches of rain. the rain will begin this evening... and is expected to last through friday morning. (grant) you can track the wet weather in your neighborhood with the kron4 mobile app. you'll be the first to know about breaking news when it happens... by turning on push alerts. (vicki) another big story we are following tonight.... texas on edge tonight after the yet another package explosion. now police believe it is the work of a serial bomber.(grant) the explosions have many
cities nearby austin, texas on high alert... this, on the same the day, authorities announced they are widening their investigation. (vicki) this is what we know at this hour... these bombings started back on march second. two people have been killed.. four others seriously injured. no arrests have been made.. the fbi and other federal agencies are on scene. from our partners at cnn reporter kristen holmes has details on the investigation. bryan jaimes/ fedex worker: "i was like what if i loaded up that truck? i mean that... it really does kind of get you kind of scare a little bit." federal investigators are now callling it the work of a serial bomber at least five explosions the latest package bomb happened late monday night at a fedex facility in schertz, texas... about an hour outside of austin. michael hansen/ schertz chief of police: "one employee that was standing near the explosion later complained, complained of ringing in the ears... we were very fortunate that there were no injuries. two people have already been killed, several others injured in the previous attacks. the previous four package explosions all happened in the state capitol of austin. and it was there, that an additional suspiciouspackage,
was found at another fedex facility tuesday, hours after the detonation in schertz. michael hansen/ schertz chief of police: "it's very early in the investigation, obviously, but we're confident that neither this facility nor any location in the schertz area was a target."more than 350 special agents from the fbi, atf, and forensics investigators from quantico, virginia have descended upon the area, hoping to find those responsible, and put an end to the attacks. rep. mike mccaul/ -r- texas: "hopefully finger prints and surveillance photos, and we can finally take him down. this is terrorizing the city of austin right now."in austin, i'm kristen holmes. (vicki) and in the last hour... the texas attorney general spoke live on a different network and said, law enforcement officials on the ground in austin tell him, the latest incident at the goodwill store is believed to be connected to the same bomber. so there is conflicting information tonight coming out of austin..
this is a story we will continue to follow tonight. (vicki) tonight... the c-h-p is still searching for suspects in two freeway shootings. the latest incident happened last night along interstate- 580 in oakland, near edwards avenue. (grant) and there was saturday night's shooting on interstate- 80 in hercules ... that left a woman and a five- year old- girl injured. kron 4's gabe slate is in hercules tonight... where he spoke to chp officers according to the chp the highway shooting on highway 8o near the willow ave exit in hercules began as a road rage incident that took place on eastbound 80 near emmeryvile and continued to the eventual shooting from one car into another that left a woman in her 60's and a 5 year old girl injured.we asked christopher borer with the chp for an update on this highway shooting incident and the condition of the victimssound from - chirtopher borer - vallejo chp"we have no update they are in critical"chp says they do not have any suspects at this point and they are asking for the publics help if anyone has informationsound from - chirtopher borer - vallejo chp"i know it's scary, but there are tools to help you"officer borer knows bay area drivers are edge with all
these highway shootings he wanted to share this advice for when you're on the road. sound from - chirtopher borer - vallejo chp"it's scary but don't rage out, pull over, call chp for help "in hercules gabe slate kron 4 news (grant) the c=h=p says... it has the c=h=p (grant) (grant) the c=h=p says... it has made an arrest in one of the latest freeway shootings.. an 18 -year-old man is charged with firing a pellet gun at another
driver along interstate- 580 in san rafael, during the height of last night's commute. the highway patrol says, it was an apparent case of road rage. he's been identified as cristian torrez-perez... he was pulled over at this san rafael gas station less than 4 hours after the incident. investigators say a pellet gun and ammunition was recovered in the car. torrez-perez was booked into county jail. (grant) five people were sent to the hospital early this morning after a major car crash in san francisco. it happened in the western addition neighborhood around five-30. two vechiles were going down gough street when another car cut across bush and hit those two vechiles... causing one of them to slam into a building. firefighters had to use the jaws of life to rescue multiple victims. a man involved in the accident describes what happened.
it push the silver car right into the pole.">(grant) three vicitms are still in critical condition tonight while two are listed in stable condition. the intersection was closed for two hours while police investigated the cause of the accident. (vicki) a rough commute for people taking bart this morning. two equipment problems caused a huge delay for people coming into san francisco. first-- debris caught fire on the tracks near the 24th street mission station. it happened around 5:15 this morning-- just as the commute was getting underway. the incident caused major delays and service was shutdown for about 90 minutes between montgomery and balboa park. then a few hours later-- a mylar balloon hit the third rail at the civic center station. bart reported a problem with the equipment around 7:30-- and trains were not stopping at that station. bart officials say a balloon floated down hitting the rail. some trains were forced to turn back around towards the east bay.
normal service was restored to all stations about 30 minutes later. (vicki) coming up on kron4 news at nine... a young boy battling a rare genetic disorder flies across the country to meet his favorite sports hero-- steph curry.. we'll show you the non- profit organization that made it all possible... (grant) plus... another snowy, windy nor-easter...is starting to pound the mid atlantic and north-east tonight... while the south-east...is cleaning up from severe thunderstorms and tornado watches. we'll head across the country...comin g up. (vicki) and good news for tourists and locals in san francisco... police say car- break-ins are down in the city... find out what helped deter car thieves... in a live report...
stepped up patrol to adress the ongoing issue. between january and february, police say numbers dropped by nearly one-third. kron 4's ali reid joins us live from san francisco... ali, are police focusing on any one particular area? car break-ins are a serious problem in the city.not only are tourists warned before visiting san francisco, the people that actually live here are also afftected by it.there have been a number of community meetings to address this issue, and police are taking heed. in 2017, the number of thefts from vehicles increased 24-percent from the previous year.police tell us they have since doubled foot patrols to help deter possible theives, and they've also been working with families on prevention strategies.so far it seems to be working in some areas.at least one police district is reporting a 44-percent decrease, whereas others are seeing as little as an 11-percent drop.police chief william scott says s-f-p-d will continue to use data to adjust its strategies
in order to effectively prevent and investigate auto burglaries.if these incidents continue to impact residents and visitors the way they do, tourism could suffer in the future.the department admits there's still a lot of work to be done.grace gatpandan / san francisco police departmentsot - authough the majority of car burglaries go unsolved, police say nearly 800 people were either cited or arrested for stealing from vehicles last year.reporting in san francisco ... ali reid .... kron 4 news. kron 4 news.... ali reid .... san francisco reporting in san francisco ... ali reid .... san francisco ... ali reid .... kron 4 news. becase of the successes that we've seen it's important to reevaluate and take what we've been learning from the strategy implementations. going forward you can expect to the footbeats progress from the investigative hopefully we can these progrmas and have people come to the city be leaving their items behind. (vicki) we now know the
name of a man that was shot and killed in the east bay. police say ajmal faroqi of brentwood was killed when shots were fired at his car in hayward. it happened early sunday morning on mission boulevard. faroqi drove about a block before losing control of the car. paramedics pronounced him dead at the scene. police are still investigating the cause of the shooting and are looking at surveillance footage from surrounding businesses. (grant) we now know the names of two people killed... when their vehicle crashed into a tree in san jose. authorities have identified the victims as 15-year-old isabelle gonzalz and 22-year-old brandon gomez huns- perger. it happened friday on casselino drive. policer say hunsperger...lost control his honda accord...the car crashed into a tree. both victims died at the scene. two other vicitms ...a man and a woman.... were in the car during the crash...but will both be ok. police believe alcohol and marijuana...were factors. (grant) now to our four zone forecast... as we take
this live look outside at the bay arre bridges and embarcadero... joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence meteorologist now is chief joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into
rare genetic disorder arrived in san francisco today... ahead of the day he is granted a wish.(grant)2 shot angle and, that wish is to meet his favorite athlete -- steph curry. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the boy and his family after they got into town (philippe) five and a half years ago... seven-year- old jonathan page was diagnosed with a rare metabolic disorder called methylmalonic acidemia. it prevents his body from properly digesting fats and proteins. it resulted in jonathan suffering a stroke and the deterioration of his motor functions. the disorder has a high mortality rate.loree page/mother- "there are kids that have lived in their thirties. there are kids who have, um, passed away at an early age. however, we're gonna take whatever god shows us. and, we're just going to live life to the fullest." and, loree oliver says the non-profit organization "dream on three," is helpoing to make that happen. by arrainging her son and the rest of her family to fly in to san francisco international airport... before meeting
jonathan's favorite athlete wednesday... golden state warriors' point guard -- stephen curry. curry is also from jonathan's hometown -- charlotte north carolina. loree oliver/mother- "we are very excited to be here." jonathan page/7 years old- "(philippe) what do you like about steph curry? (jonathan) he plays basketball and shoots." mike dascal is a volunteer for "dream on three" which is also based in charlotte.mike dascal/dream on 3- "this is the second dream we've done with steph curry and in all the situations we are with these sport heros, we see they get a lot out of it too. they enjoy being with these kids." and, jonathan certainly deserves it. he's still recovering from a stroke he suffered when he was initially diagnosed with the disorder.loree oliver/mother- "and, i appreciate steph curry taking the time to spend with my son." wednesday promises to be very special day for this special young boy. in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news.
four your money tonight... another robot doing what used to be the work of a human .... makes its debut at a major retail store in the south bay.(grant) the retailer says the robot will actually create a more efficient work environment for employees... and a better shopping and a better shopping experience for customers... kron4's haaziq madyun reports. here at this walmart in milpitas the future is now, as the retailer is testing robots that will scan shilves and do
it has a camera, it will see that there is an obstruction and it will not bump into us"> she was right. it just turnaroundwalmart employees will still have the physical task of stocking the shelves so does that means no one loses their job because of this?sotwalmart officials say the bossanova technology is in about 50-stores across the country and depending on how this test phase goes, there may be a bossanova robot coming to a walmart near you...in milpitas haaziq madyun kron4news (vicki) coming up next...
a mix-up with delta airlines-- accidentally sends a puppy to the wrong destination... the cross-country journey the puppy went through to get to its owner... (grant) plus... more school violence...after another deadly high school shooting... now...renewed calls for more safety legislation... why one proposal is running up against the realities of a tight budget... (vicki) and adult film star stormy daniels saying she has proof she slept with president trump... her polygraph report she did about 12 years ago have been released... details on her results next...
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another round of wet weather is hitting the bay area. here's a look at stormtracker four radar right now... we saw showers for most of the day but then there were the occasional downpours... (vicki) a so-called atmospheric river is moving through on this first day of spring. let's check in with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow with more on the timing of the storm. lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite
you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week. (grant) you can track the wet weather in your neighborhood with the kron4 mobile app. you'll be the first to know about breaking news when it happens... by turning on push alerts. (vicki) san francisco supervisor aaron peskin is apologizing...after he criticized the fire department during that huge north beach fire saturday night. today he said it was inappropriate for him to raise his concerns at the scene of the fire. fire officials released a statement yesterday... outlining their
efforts to contain the fire. crews say once they knew nobody was inside, they fought the fire from outside because it was too dangerous for firefighters to be inside the building. a preliminary investigation has determined that the cause was accidental. the building that burned...on columbus and union...was made up of 28 vacant apartments and six businesses. (grant) another message found on a restroom wall caused schools in the easy bay to go on lockdown. both the middle and high schools in hercules were put on what officials call a "soft" lockdown. students were confined to their classrooms while police officers searched the campus. graffiti was found in a restroom but there wasn't a tangible threat...it just said do not go to school on a certain date. parents were notified of the lockdown with some choosing to pick up their children. the lockdown was lifted after a little over an hour. in national news. a school resource officer is being praised for stopping a shooting at a high school in maryland 17-year-old austin rollins - a student -
opened fire with a handgun at great mills high school this morning . two student were shot. a 16-year old girl has life-threatening injuries. and a 14- year-old boy is in stable condition. authorties say a school resource officer ...blaine gaskill... engaged the shooter. both the shooter and the officer fired at each other simultaneously. the shooter was later pronounced dead. gaskill was unharmed. tonight...investigators are looking into the relationship between the shooter and the female victim as a possible motive.(sot) "there is an indication that a prior relationship existed between the shooter and the female victim. we are working as we speak to determine if that was and if so the extent of that and if it was part of the motive for this shooting." (vicki) the incident is the 17th school shooting in the united states this year. (grant) the nation's attention again turned toward school violence today after the deadly high school shooting in maryland. washington correspondent drew petrimoulx reports on how a bill aiming to approve school
safety is facing the reality of budget cuts. for the nation's largest teachers union the violence on tuesday at a maryland high school is just the latest evidence that it's time for congress to do something. mary kulser, national education association: "we are long overdue on our need to act and our need to take care of this." one proposal comes from tennessee senator lamar alexander. his bill allows school districts to use federal education funding to pay for new safety technology, physical security and for employee safety training. it would also free up money for more school counselors to help troubled children. sen. lamar alexander, r-tn: "it will make a difference if schools use the authority were giving them." mary kulser with the national education association applauds alexander for putting a plan forward butmary kulser, education association: "the problem is when you suggest using funding for yet another thing but we don't increase the funding we have a problem."drew petrimoulx, reporting: "in fact the trump administration and republicans in the house proposed slashing the very sections of education dollars alexander is relying on for his bill." education secretary betsy devos defended
the cuts during a tuesday hearing while also talking about the importance of school safety.betsy devos, secretary of education: "this budget sharpens and hones the focus of our mission." mary kulser, national education association: "its really a disconnect between the messaging of politicians and the messaging of what we're hearing on the ground." with increased funding -- kulser says alexander's bill is a good start. but she says truly addressing school safety requires congress to act on gun control measures like background checks and limiting the sale of certain guns. in washington, im drew petrimoulx (vicki) new at nine... stormy daniel's lawyer-- releases the adult film star's polygraph results... and according to this test...daniels says she had sex with donald trump. (grant) the test report says there is less than a one-percent chance that statement is not true. daniels' attorney, michael avenatti, released this photo earlier today... he says it shows daniels taking a polygraph back in 20-11... the polygraph test report shows the examiner believed daniels was telling the truth on two questions where she said she had sexual relations with trump in 2006.
however, a third response alleging trump offered daniels a spot on the t-v show "the apprentice" was ruled inconclusive. president trump has denied that an affair took place. avenatti also confirms that he bought also confirms that he bought the video and entire file of daniels taking the polygraph for 25-thousand dollars. he says it was done to ensure the information would not be altered or destroyed. (vicki) this comes as another former playboy model claims she had a nine-month affair with president trump... and now she is going to court. but karen mcdougal is not suing the president... instead... she is going after the company which did not publish her account of the alleged affair. the company- american media ... paid her 150-thousand dollars for the story. american media owns the national enquirer, which never ran the report. the agreement - known as "catch and kill" strategy - requires mcdougal to stay silent, but the tabloid does not have to
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i didn't feel comfortable with what they offered as a team, their chances at competing and winning in this football league. obviously, i've been part of a lot of winning teams. i know what it takes and i know the formula and i think they have it here. it's john and it's kyle. they brought stability to this organization. they brought fun. they brought belief. they brought faith. the players believe they can win. the players believe in the staff." the super bowl champ and 4-time all-pro is coming off a couple of achillies injuries "oh yeah, i'll be back on the field may, june. i was back on the treadmill before i had to get the little scope and i look forward to renewing that timeline the next couple weeks. obviously, i've got a wedding to go to and some things to do. it's going to be quite the march for me." sherman was available because seattle wanted to go younger... he joins a team that has lost 9 straight to the seahawks. "the team that wanted to me
was the team whose logo i'm wearing today. it's a business. the seahawks went and made their business decision and made the decision that they needed to make. the san francisco 49ers made the decision that they needed to make and i look forward to helping them win ball games. at the end of the day, the rivalry is what it is. it'll be renewed, i'm sure, and i'll be at the center of it again, i guess." of course of course winning and on field erfpormance are what count....but it makes it a little more funif you are rooting for a smart guy with a big personality.....hopefully sherman is healthy..back next gour with good news for warrior fans.warrior fans. coming upwe think that some publicity and some shaming can help the situation and we hope that you can help us out here if you are part of the problem at the community garden in daly city we will get to "shaming" his words not mine", i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
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these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into
advisories have been issued and all new york public schools are closed ahead of the next storm about to slam the east coast... severe thunderstorms and tornado watches forced people to take shelter last night, in parts of the southeast... some people are already dealing with the storm problems... reporter andrew spencer shows us the damages... the hail was ruthless in cullman county, alabama. you can see where massive hailstones pelted windshields -- the cracks spidering through the glass. the hoods of cars covered in dents like golf balls, having been struck repeatedly by hail the size of your fist......one crashing through the sunroof of this s-u-v and leaving shattered glass on the seats.outside the cullman county detention center: more signs of damage -- rear windows busted out, side mirrors torn off, and more dented hoods and shattered windshields.earlier monday, a man in falkville, alabama, captured video of what appeared to be a tornado -- one of several reported in alabama and georgia.much of the damage through alabama could be seen before the sun went down, monday. strong
winds tore apart the signs of many businesses in russellville......and damaged a number of homes in ardmore, leaving heavy damage in spots but leaving other areas mostly unscathed.the toppled concrete blocks of a wall wrecked outside alabama's jacksonville state university are a sign of the damage at pete mathews coliseum, where officials say the roof was heavily damaged. possible tornadoes and otherwise strong winds struck in parts of tennessee, georgia, and alabama. in many spots, crews worked in the overnight hours to clear trees out of major roadways....and where trees downed power lines, many lost electricity as well.i'm andrew spencer, reporting. (grant) new at nine: when green space is limited...you want to take care of it. or...if you're behaving badly...you behaving badly...you want to steal from it...or litter on it.(vicki) stanley roberts found a troubling little patch of land in densely populated daly city.
.. please don't trash our garden, or steal from it, or trample over the plants daly city, doesn't have a whole lot of green spaces... in fact according to the official daly city site the city is 9th most densely populated city in the entire countryááá so with grant money..from cities of service daly city has created some green spaces .there are at or near the intersection of mission and bepler streets however the garden maintained almost solely by volunteers is being abused people are dumping we found baby diapers we found kitty litter , we found car seats in here we found boxes from dentist offices nearbyoh excuse my manners this is brian he works at the daly city, city
manager's office but he from a civic organization americorp vistasin fact they has just cleaned up the garden the day before and more trash was beginning to pile up so they are cleaning it up again we found needles and saturday we found knives in here but it's not just an issues of dumping trash people are putting the snag on the plants . in this case someone stole most of this cactus over across the street all that is left is a hole where someone dug another plant up .. and get this see the please be respectful sign they started out with 8 signs the signs are gone but not forgotten they have been popping up around the neighborhood so we have some suspicions that they have been stolen and people are putting them in their yards and yes people have been letting their dogs do what dogs do bestthe city installed a garbage can in hopes that people will stop trashing the garden but people are still tossing litter into the garden and get this even buses are driving up over the curb and crushing the plants (sound of bus passing by) we would like people to understand that this is all volunteer labor in layman's term don't trash the community garden and don't trample the poppies and don't steal the plants right here you can see where it was chopped down we think that some publicity and some shaming can help the situation
and we hope that you can help us out here there i'm done with the shaming for now . get out here and help ..don't be a part of the problem we a part of the solution in daly city stanley roberts kron 4 news (grant) newly released video shows officers and civilians rescuing a crash victim in pennsylvania. a driver became trapped under this burning vehicle in a school parking lot. the vehicle went airborne after the driver hit the median of a nearby road. employees of the school kept the fire under control with extinguishers until police arrived. then
they helped police push the car over so the man could be pulled to safety. the driver suffered non-life threatening injuries. the police are hoping to identify the good samaritans and recognize their heroic efforts. (vicki) and another airline is in hot water tonight-- after a mixup with a puppy. delta says a puppy is safely back home in idaho... after a flight mixup lead to a cross country trip. here is a picture of the 8 week old puppy. delta says the dog left richmond, virginia, and was due to fly into boise on saturday night. but there was a mixup somewhere in between. the owner actually received the wrong puppy at the airport in boise. the misplaced puppy was flown across the country to the wrong airport -- landing in las vegas and salt lake city before finally arriving to its owner on sunday. (vicki) united airlines says it's putting a stop to the shipping of unaccompanied pets on flights. it goes into effect immediately - as united is suspending its so-called "pet-safe" program...
where animals fly in cargo. but it will honor any reservations made through march 20th. this follows a string of mistakes and even deaths involving animals. including the little french bulldog which died last week after a flight attendant insisted it be put in the overhead bin. the suspension does not affect pets accompanied by passengers in the cabin. (grant) coming up next... find out why the former first lady's portrait has been moved to a different part of the smithsonian.
so popular she needs more space. the distinctive amy sherald painting of the former first lady has been relocated.. it is now in a different part of the smithsonian...because so many people want to get a glimpse. the museum officials say they've been inundated with visitors since the portraits of the obamas were unveiled. close to 177-thousand people visited the gallery in february...its biggest month in three years. biggest month february...its biggest month in three years. a few weeks ago.... an image of a two-year-old girl staring at mrs obama's portrait went viral. the photo captured the attention of the former first lady, who invited the child and her family to her washington office for a dance party.
((grant)) dance party. ((grant)) that wraps up kron 4 news at nine.((vicki))but our primetime coverage continues. pam moore and steve aveson are here with kron 4 news at ten...guys? ((pam))thank you grant and vicki...next at tena spring storm soaking the bay area tonight((live))a live look at storm tracker four showing
where the showers are right now.our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow will tell us what we can expect for the rest of the night...and the morning commute.plus...austin on edge.the capitol city of texas...rocked by a several explosions that appear to be the work of a serial bomber. new details coming up at the top of the hour.((pam))plus... san francisco police say car breakins are down in the city. but are residents noticing the change?find out next in a live report.((steve))don't go away...hour three of kron 4 news in primetime starts right after the break.
(pam) now at ten: as the first day of spring is coming to a close ... it feels more like winter across the bay area. (steve) the rain and gusty winds are not giving up...it is expected to continue for the next couple of days. (pam) thank you for joining us tonight im pam moore. and the east bay saw a big part of this "pineapple express" (steve) and im steven aveson. the conidtions right now : still look slick. that's where we