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call for stronger gun control laws.(jrstone) the march stretched from the highways of seattle to los angeles -- where the mayor called on president trump to follow california's lead in banning assault rifles. march organizers in boston asked participants over the age of 21 to take their places behind students spearheading the movement.(justine) and in parkland -- florida -- the epicenter of the movement -- children joined hands and sang "we are the world" in front of thousands of demonstrators. (justine)good evening, i'm justine waldman.(jrstone)and im jr stone.tens of thousands of people marched through the streets of san francsico in support of the movement. they started with a rally at civic center plaza.this is video i shot at that location earlier today.you can see just how many people were there. (justine) kron 4's hermela aregawi is live from civic center plaza now.hermela, what was the turnout like?
in a word.. enough..people from all over the bay area.. rallied at city hall.. demanding politicians pass more laws to protect kids from being killed by guns. dr. sophia yen/protesteri just think this could totally be prevented. we could totally be i just think this could totally be prevented. we saw this happen in australia and they passed laws and they haven't had any since so it is absolutely doable and just a question of whether we as the voters, we as parents, we as families have the will power to say no more not another one. more than a million people took to the streets across the country.. inspired by the survivors of the parkland
florida school shooting. steve ko/protesterit's awful to think what those parents must be going through and we definitely don't want any more families to have to go through that. a lot of young kids came with signs.. and expressed their fears and hopes. it feels weird to see these things happening to people about your age ish. and maybe it can happen to you. sometimes i feel scared. my sign shows that people should care about kids more than just guns. and people making dead makes other kids at my school and me worry. so whenever i go the bathroom and there's nobody else in the hallway. i kinda rush there and i'm like somebody is going to kill me and so i just rush there. but then when i see my friends i feel kind of safe (hermela aregawi)it's really incredible.. and sad to hear these kids talk about this issue.. they are genuinely scared of being victims of
another mass shooting. we'll hear from more students who came to make their voices heard coming up on kron 4 news at 10.reporting live in san francsico hermela aregawi kron 4 news. (jrstone) the march for our lives event in oakland also drew thousands. comedian and bay area native "w" kamau (ka-mouw) bell tweeting from the event -- proud of oakland -- everyday, and especially today. our team coverage on this big day of demonstrations continues with kron four's philippe djegal... who reports from the east bay. (philippe)nats- "hey, hey, ho, ho, the nra has got to go." a desperate message...david gaines/student- "if guns corrode the soul, then the soul of america is completely corroded." from an impassioned band of youth -- inspiring adults to join the movement.nats- "we are here to shutdown the nra." students stressing lives are at stake and meaningful legislative changes cannot wait.david gaines/student- "in order to de-corrode the soul
of america, we need to get rid of the guns."nats- weaving through the streets of oakland... thousands followed the young people's lead, demanding an end to gun violence.jesi tinker-rein/challenge day- "ban the sale of assault weapons." before the march... frank ogawa plaza played host to the rally. where the 17 people who lost their lives last month in parkland florida were honored. ivan garcia/oakland youth advisory comm.- "alisa, scott, martin, ni ck, aaron." giovanni hernandez is a board member on the oakland youth advisory commission. he says the threat of gun violence forced a lockdown at his school earlier this month. giovanni hernandez/student- "it didn't feel safe and it makes me think that if this was just a threat -- how people that actually went through it. so, it's a very important issue for me." but will demonstrations like this have a lasting impact? will the youth continue the movement? or, will they lose interest as they grow older?david gaines/student- "i think it's a lot more than, you know, just sending our thoughts and our prayers. so, i think it's a very helpful first step."rep. eric swalwell- "something about the voices of these students and
their common sense plea for common sense gun reform, uh, i think is going to be felt this november." congressman eric swalwell telling the crowd he wants tougher background checks... and a reduction in ammunition sales. rep. eric swalwell- "if you buy a gun, we should make sure there's no history of mental illness." alumni of marjory stoneman douglas high school... reminding everyone that congress works for the people... and, should always act in the public's best interest.nats- "and, if they don't vote them out." a clarion call reverberating throughout oakland... across the bay area and all over the united states. philippe djegal, kron four news. (justine) the national rifle association took to facebook to slam the hundreds of youth-led demonstrations worldwide today... characterizing the movement as a sham - organized by, quote, "hollywood elites" and "gun-hating billionaires." the posting accused them of manipulating the youth protesters in an effort to quote "destroy the second amendment." (justine) the n-r-a has increased its budget fourfold
for digital advertising on platforms like facebook since the parkland shooting. it paused such promotions for 4 days following the february 14th mass shooting in florida. the n-r-a was spending about 11 thousand 3 hundred dollars per day on ads the 24 days before the parkland shooting... and in the 24 days after, and in the 24 days after, that number jumped to 47 thousand 3 hundred dollars. (justine) taking a live look outside....(jr stone) meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has our forecast. . (mabrisa rodriguez)additional shower
activity is forecast late this afternoon and evening with isolated showers possibly lingering into sunday. dry weather is expected to return on monday and continue through next week. a warming trend is forecast for the first half of the week. another weak boundary is still on track to move south late this afternoon/early this evening. therefore, expect another round of shower activity to develop over the north bay and then gradually spread southward through early sunday. there is still a small chance for thunderstorms across the north bay, but chances are looking less and less. rainfall from this evening through early sunday will be a few hundredths to a
tenth at best. snow accumulation will be minor with a dusting possible. a drying trend will develop through the day on sunday from north to south. some of the models do show a few lingering showers possible sunday afternoon, but chances are small. by monday the upper trough moves eastward as high pressure builds over the region. a warming and drying trend will develop and continue through next week. it is possible that by wednesday interior locations will eclipse 80 degrees. if verified that would be 10-15 degrees above normal. (j.r.) an update tonight to that officer involved shooting in san francisco that happened this past wednesday. the officer who was shot in the leg was released from the hospital yesterday according to my sources. the gunman involved in the shootout with officers has died. the shooting happened on wednesday inside a barber shop on geneva avenue and london street which is in the excelsior district of san francisco. the security video along geneva avenue shows how shooting unfolded. police entered the amazon barbershop after
receiving a report of a man with a gun. then the shooting started. a police officer, a teenager, and two barbers were also hit before police finally shot the gunman. again that police officer is now out of the hospital. (justine) it was a spring break trip to big sur that ended in tragedy. a former u-c santa cruz student was involved in a car crash that killed two people, two years ago. as mariana hicks reports -- tears filled the courtroom as the driver learned her sentence. two years to the week of a crash that killed two people-- the driver responsible learns her fate.march 21, 2016 -- lynnea hernandez was driving an suv with six of her friends heading down to big sur for spring break... a snapchat video showed the girls dancing, singing and passing around a marijuana pipe. prosecutors say just a few minutes later-- hernandez
crossed into the oncoming lane and crashed into another car. the driver of the other car, nikolas malliarodakis, was killed instantly.a passenger in hernandez's car, lillian scott, later died.hernandez pleaded guilty to two counts of vehicular manslaughter and two counts of reckless driving causing injury. on friday -- hernandez addressed the court at sentencing, but not the victims' families directly. lynnea hernandez / sentenced for manslaughter:"i cannot face them and i can't even look at their faces today. i'm ashamed."they were there...and in emotional testimony, they told the judge how much they missed nikko.at one point, nikko's mother had to leave the courtroom.we spoke to her after hernandez was sentenced to six years in prison. veronica ramirez / victim's mother:"it's not right. we're sentenced to life. i wake up in agony, i go to sleep in agony. i'm sentenced for life and what do i do? what do i do? my son is my son. i carry him with me every where. i think of him every second of my life and six years in comparison to what we're
sentenced with, we're sentenced for life." hernandez's attorney says she is remorseful-- and has written letters of apologies to the victims.john coniglio / defense attorney:"her total remorse for having caused two families to lose dear loved ones, so she was abundantly aware of the entire process. even the same day of the accident, when interviewed by law enforcement, she told them she knew she was going to jail for what had happened."but nikko's family doesn't believe she's changed in the two years since the crash.they hope six years of prison time.. will force hernandez to make the world a better place in nikko's honor.gus malliorodakis / victim's father:"all we can hope now, and that's what i said is, she's going to have sometime to think about it, and we're hoping that she can really do something with this time and realize what she's done and learn from it as we are learning some things from it." (justine) that was mariana hicks reporting. hernandez is at the monterey county jail until it's determined which prison she will spend the next six years.
(jr stone) on the peninsula-- police are looking for two suspects who stole a package from the front porch of a home in belmont. a doorbell security camera captured a man taking a mid- size box friday afternoon. he got into a pickup truck with the other suspect and drove off. the truck was carrying wood and a large box covered by a blue tarp police did not say if other items were stolen as well. (justine) coming up at 8.... after people were caught on security camera picking up equipment paid for with stolen credit cards.... more bay area businesses come forward .. after falling victim to the same scam. it is a story you will only see on kron 4. (jrstone)and just how long will steph curry be out? we have an update coming up. (justine) and a missing baby album, filled with precious memories, turns up, in one very unlikely place. how an east bay family
child... the owner of the photo book was surpised to learn it was donated to the goodwill, considering that it was recently stolen...kron4's haaziq madyun has the story sotgoodwill store donation attendant suzanna ramirez is showing me a family photo book that was collected recently among donations here at the goodwill store on contra costa blvd in pleasant hill. the c.e.o. of goodwill greater east bay told me the photo album appears to be an unintentional donation, ramirez agreessotnats/ramirez showing photos"and then you
got the baby in the hospital, dad and the baby">she says there are no names or other sources of identification anywhere in the book, just the dates 10-18-17 to 2-18-18 written on the cover sot a goodwill coworker turned to social media for help locating the owner of the photo memory book. a few days later the owner contacted the store...thankful that the family keepsake was found. in fact the memory book's owner told goodwill that the book was among items stolen during a burglary. it is any ones guess who donated the book because all donations are annonymoussotin that case, all that in that case, all that matters now is that the owner of the book will soon be reunited with the priceless family images inside...in pleasant hill haaziq madyun kron4news (justine) check out some
(mabrisa rodriguez)additional shower activity is forecast late this afternoon and evening with isolated showers possibly lingering into sunday. dry weather is expected to return on monday and continue through next week. a warming trend is forecast for the first half of the week. another weak boundary is still on track to move south late this afternoon/early this evening. therefore, expect another round of shower activity to develop over the north bay and then gradually spread southward through early sunday. there is still a small chance for thunderstorms across the north bay, but chances are looking less and less. rainfall from this evening through early sunday will be a few hundredths to a tenth at best. snow accumulation will be minor with a dusting possible. a drying trend will develop through the day on sunday from north to south. some of the models do show a few lingering showers possible sunday afternoon, but chances are small. by monday the upper trough moves eastward as high pressure builds over the region. a warming and drying trend will develop and continue through next week. it is possible that by wednesday interior locations will eclipse 80 degrees. if verified that would be 10-15 degrees above normal. (justine) small business
owners in petaluma thought they were doing a nice thing... helping people trying to feed victims of the north bay fires. but turns out, the business got hosed. and wants to make sure other don't fall for the same scam. it looks like a normal purchase as a store employee, helps these two customers leave with over $7,000 customers leave (justine) small business owners in petaluma thought they were doing a nice thing... helping people trying to feed victims of the north bay fires. but turns out, the business got hosed. and wants to make sure other don't fall for the same scam.
it looks like a normal purchase as a store employee, helps these two customers leave with over $7,000 in generators. but this video, according to the owner of reed's trailers sale in petaluma, captures a crime in progress. ann reed sot "when you have someone be that deceptive to take advantage of you right on the heels of our being so generous it is particularly insulting."owner ann reeds tells kron 4 , since the north bay fires in october the store has sold about 100 rvs to fire victims at wholesale prices. as a way to help their sonoma county neighbors devastated by the destruction. so when a person placed an order over the phone in late january for several of these thousand dollar generators, cables and oil cans claiming they were for food trucks used to raise money for fire victims, the small business was happy to accommodate. sot they needed 8 of these generators to power their food trucks logical makes senseat the time, nothing seemed suspicious when the caller used two credit card numbers. rick springer sot we did everything the way we were supposed to be the credit cards ran throughnow, months later the credit card companies have declined the transactions. because the
cards used, were stolen from fire victims.leaving reeds out thousands of dollars and questioning the good in people. sot it is the lowest of low i thinkperhaps feeling sorry about the sob story the generators were to help fire victims, the sonoma county sheriff's office says the store cashier did not check the ids of the two people who came in to pick up the order. sot i am not happy with these folks but it wont change how we do businessthe sheriff's office has traced the phone number used to make the original order, and hopes, just like the people at reed's with the suspects pictures now out there they will get caught.
(justine) after this story first aired this week, i got in contact with a r-v business in gilroy. the manager tells me, they fell victim to the same scam, by the same man seen in the video. that store is now out about 65-hundred dollars. if these people look familiar to you - contact police... (j.r.) last night some scary moments for golden state warriors fans as steph curry got hurt again.today the warriors announced that the star point guard is out at least three weeks with a sprained knee. ja'vale mcgee fell on steph's left leg last night in the teams win over atlanta. curry received an m- r-i on saturday. they are officially saying that he has a grade 2 medical collateral ligament sprain. that is one of four ligaments on the knee.
it's located on the inside part of the knee. steph will be re-evaluated in three weeks but he could be out longer than that depending on how well it heals. we'll show you what steve kerr had to say about this around 8:50 in sports. (justine)coming up. it is not news that is growing... but the rate of growth and sheer size of the pacific garbage patch will astound you. (jrstone) and when it comes to bridging the gender gap, just where does california rank in terms of equal pay for equal work?the surprising findings of a new study coming up.
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report by the american association of university women, women still make just 80-cents for every dollar earned by men. but some states have lower disparities in pay than others new york is number one, at 89-cents. californa is number two, at 88-cents. followed by florida, at 87-cents. and washington d-c and vermont at 86-cents. (jr stone) a new study reveals that the great pacific garbage patch is now three times the size of france. researchers at the ocean cleanup foundation say 79-thousand tons of plastic debris live in the pacific ocean between california and hawaii. scientist believe the patch is "increasing exponentially" because ocean currents are pushing plastic from the artic waters. the study has found the area is growing in density.
experts say nearly 50-percent of the material found is because of crews leaving behind damaged fishing nets. a different study found that by 2025... earth will have nearly a quarter of plastic in the ocean. (jrstone)up next... a toddler that was being attacked by a dog is alive tonight thanks to the heroic actions of one california man. (justine) and paul mccartney talks about why stopping gun violence means so much to him. as our coverage of national "march for our lives" rallies.. continues right after this.
mccartney took part in today's march for our lives. he talked about how the shooting death of john lennon in 1980 was a part of his motivation for marching. the main march for our lives in washington was inspired and organized by students from marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida after a shooting there on valentines day left 17-people dead. (justine) students like emma gonzales and david hogg , who have become the more recognizable leaders of the movement. reporter kristen holmes has more details from washington dc. bts david hogg, marjory stoneman douglas high school student/ emma gonzalez, marjory stoneman douglas high school student"i say we will not stop until every man, every woman, every child and every american can live without fear of gun violence and tonight i say, no more." "no one could comprehend the devastating aftermath or how far this would reach or where this would go. for those who still can't comprehend because they refuse to, i'll tell you where it went. right into the ground, six feet deep." thousands of students from
coast to coast, marched for their lives saturday.holding signs, chanting, singing, and demanding stricter gun laws.sot "it's time for the nation to realize gun violence is more than just a chicago problem or a parkland problem but its an american problem."the high school survivors of the marjory stoneman douglas massacre in parkland, florida areleading this movement.sot adam buchwald marjory stoneman douglas high "we are watching you closing now and we now have a voice and influence in elections."but they don't stand alone.sot tia christiansen, school shooting survivor"i think what's different this time is that we have a community of young people who are as equally upset and angry as we are about the lack of action at the legislative level."the boisterous army ofdemonstrato rs out to send a message and prevent the next school or mass shooting, their battle cry is "never again."in washington, i'm kristen holmes
reporting. (justine) french authorities said, the police officer who swapped places with a female hostage during an attack by an isis supporter on a supermarket in southern france, has died. 45-year old lt. col. arnaud beltrame was shot in the neck yesterday after offering to take the place of a woman . he kept is cell phone on so swat teams could hear what was happening inside the store. many are calling him a "hero" - who gave his life to save others. here's footage of the march for our lives rally in france at the eifel tower today. thousands of people out for the cause just a day after the hostage situation. president trump tweeted about the attack yesterday... "our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of the horrible attack in france yesterday.... and we grieve the nation's loss. we also condemn the violent
actions of the attacker and anyone who would provide him support. we are with you president emmanuel macron!" (jrstone)a three-year-old boy in kern county is recovering-- after being nearly mauled to death by a dog.but everyone-- including law enforcement-- agrees that it could've been worse had it not been for the man who dropped everything-and saved the little boy's life. olivia lavoice spoke to the good samartian to learn more. "awe man my friend over here, he's one of a kind."it started out like any other day for dwayne pressley--hanging out with friends in his north edwards neighborhood."we just heard a noise so we went outside."dwayne pressley / good samaritan:"next thing we know he looked in the yard and he said hey there's a little
kid over there and a dog-a little blonde kid."dwayne's friend pointed to a home where a three-year-old had fallen from a window--and into the pen with two large dogs.dwayne said this dog was cowered in the corner--as the other viciously attacked the child. "see the iron fence over here, i had tear that fence up. i didn't have time to think about anything. come hell or high water that child needs help, that's all i know. i thought he was dead. he was sitting there in a crouched position covering his eye." dwayne grabbed the child and managed to fight off the pit bull...he saved the boy's life-but the damage to the toddler was severe."it was horririfc for me but i had to overcome it and do what i had to do and put the child in my arms and protect him from the dog, it was a reaction anyone would've done."when kcso arrived on scene-- they found the child's mother was asleep during the attack. sgt. michael dorkan / kern county
sheriff's office:"during the course of the investigation there was a lot of things in the house that were hazardous not safe to be living in. there was an 8 month old that was at the house so cps responded and took the second child into custody."animal control also responded and took the dog who attacked the boy.they said today they'd come back for the second dog-- who was ánotá involved in the mauling.though there were others who witnessed the attack and were too frightened to intervene--dwayne says he does not view his actions as heroic-- he just did what he had to do. "children are supposed to be protected, i don't care what you have to do in life. them children come first. no matter what. drop what youre doing. them children come first."
(jrstone)that was olivia lavoice reporting.the toddler was air lifted to the hospital with severe injuries-- but is expected to survive.the little boy's parents-- who are also the dog owners-- were both arrested for felony child endangerment. (justine) in the east bay... local leaders, alumni and students gathered to cut the ribbon for hayward's mount eden high school's new athletic field today. back in 20-14, voters passed "measure l" which allocates 229-million dollars for district upgrades. the new field will be used to host football, soccer and lacrosse games along with future regional tournaments. the new upgrades also include a nine-lane track, locker rooms, bleachers and a snack bar. 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
(justine) with housing at such a premium in the bay area -- daly city has become one of the most densely populated cities in the nation. and that leaves little room for green spaces.(jrstone) while most people respectfully enjoy the little patches of greenery available --- leave it to stanley roberts to find some people who don't. ..
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 (justine) we'll tell you áthe secret codeá giants fans can use to get a parking discount during the bay bridge series... a's fans are going to get a kick out of this one. that is coming up jr sports tease (justine) taking a live
rodriguez has our forecast. . (mabrisa . . (mabrisa rodriguez)additional shower activity is forecast late this afternoon and evening with isolated showers possibly lingering into sunday. dry weather is expected to return on monday and continue through next week. a warming trend is forecast for the first half of the week. another weak boundary is still on track to move south late this afternoon/early this evening. therefore, expect another round of shower activity to develop over the north bay and then gradually spread southward through early sunday. there is still a small chance for thunderstorms
across the north bay, but chances are looking less and less. rainfall from this evening through early sunday will be a few hundredths to a tenth at best. snow accumulation will be minor with a dusting possible. a drying trend will develop through the day on sunday from north to south. some of the models do show a few lingering showers possible sunday afternoon, but chances are small. by monday the upper trough moves eastward as high pressure builds over the region. a warming and drying trend will develop and continue through next week. it is possible that by wednesday interior locations will eclipse 80 degrees. if verified that would be 10-15 degrees above normal.
home opener in a-t-&-t park history. the giants organization showed off some of the fun merchindise that they'll be giving away during special promotional games...like a baseball hat with barry bond's number which they'll retire on august 11th...as well as bobble heads celebrating current and former giants greats....this year's slogan...."it doesn't get more sf"....all of these things recognizing the team's 6oth anniversary of the team's arrival in the city.the giants it just feels it is part of life here in san francisco and we don't take that for granted and we been drawing 3 million fans here ever cents every year this is our 19 season i think you got a step back we really want to appreciate the fans and appreciate the players of come through and it's sort of a mutual admiration societythere's a bunch of new food options as the company that has been feeding club level and suite patrons is taking over the rest of the park....new offerings include poke...and this gluten free califlower
chive pizza..it's absolutely delicious and really healthy he's not lying i ate way too many of these.the new company says they focusing on sourcing their ingredients from local growers and ranchers.one concession stand is selling salad with greens grown right here in the ballpark in these towers that's not just local that's hyper localand for a guiltier pleasure....check out the juicy lucy burger...named after mascot lou seal ...stuffed with cheese. (maureen) but for you purests out there don't worry you'll still be able to buy a hotdog at the ball park and the garlic fries are going anywhere maureen kelly kron4 news (justine) giants fans may need to pay a little extra when visiting the coliseum this season. the oakland athletics announced their new pricing plan for the bay bridge series. giants fans will need to fork up 50- dollars if they plan on parking at the coliseum. if they want to pay the regular fee of 30-dollars then they'll need to yell "go a's"
at the parking gates. regular season ticket holders will only need to pay 10- dollars. the a's host the giants tomorrow for an exhibition game before the season starts later this week. (j.r.) good evening to you...lots of sports news breaking this saturday. we start with stephen curry. the warriors announced today that the star point guard is out at least three weeks with a sprained knee. ja'vale mcgee fell on steph's left leg last night in the teams win over atlanta. curry received an m-r-i on saturday. they are officially saying that he has a grade 2 medical collateral ligament sprain. that is one of four
ligaments on the knee. it's located on the inside part of the knee. steph will be re-evaluated in three weeks. coach steve kerr talked about the injury this afternoon. (j.r.) draymond green will play sunday versus green will play draymond (j.r.)(j.r.) (j.r.) draymond green will play sunday versus utah, kevin durant will be back next week. it is still unclear when klay thompson will be back after breaking his thumb. on to march madness and it certainly was a mad one certainly was
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