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now at eight ... (sound) a terrifying trip through the drive through line.whoosh a bay area sheriff 's office accused of violating the state's sanctuary the state's of violating the state's sanctuary policy by helping federal agents find undocumented immigrants.whoosh "god definitely had his hands on her." this newborn baby survived a horrific car accident ... despite slipping out of her protective seat.what you may not know about child seats. "people think because they're being sold they're safe to use." whoosh six lucky numbers could change someone's life forever ... the results of tonight megamillions. (catherine) a terrifying ordeal for a south
bay woman. who was shot at after leaving a drive through... (catherine) thank you for joining us i'm catherine heenan in for pam moore.(steve) and i'm steve aveson. one of the passengers was hit. and tonight that gunman is still out there. and we are hearing from the victims in this shooting. kron-4's hermela aregawi joins us live from san jose... hermela do the victims know why this happened? (steve)(steve)
happened? (hermela aregawi)no, they say they have no idea.. and tell me they will not be able to rest easy until the suspect is caught. tonight.. the victim that was in the back seat is recovering from a gun shot wound on her arm but is expected to be okay. the victims tell me this happened early wednesday morning around 2. two sisters and their friend were grabbing food at jack in the box - here on monterey road. they left without any issues.. and were traveling south on monterey when they noticed a truck driving right next to them. they noticed it was the same truck that was behind them in the drive through but didn't think anything was wrong until
the suspect got behind them -- and started following very closely. they say he was very aggressive and they were scared.. so they called 911. the victim tells me she was on the phone with dispatch for 11 minutes.. with the suspect chasing her alomst that whole time.. (steve) (steve) just in to our newsroom. the officers involved in a deadly shooting in san francisco have been named. they are officers kevin endo and tess casey. this is body camera from the incident last wednesday. it happened at a san francisco barber shop. a police officer... a teenager and two barbers were hit by bullets... before police shot the gunman. at a town hall meeting last night-- police say leading up to the shooting... family members of jehad eid called 9-1-1. they said eid threatened them with a gun.
at one point eid shot at officers. police fired back ... shooting him 18 times. (catherine) a coroner's inquest jury has concluded that a machete-wielding man shot by vallejo police committed suicide. jurors found jeffrey barboa took his own life. the 45 year old benicia man was shot 41 times last august. it started when police tried to stop his car in connection with an armed robbery. that led to a high speed chase... and ended with barboa leaving his car and advancing on officers. in the months leading up to his death...barboa had been a suspect in nearly a dozen crimes. an autopsy found he had meth in his system. (catherine) new tonight at 8. an east bay sheriff's office has started publishing the names of inmates' being released.(steve) the department started posting the information in its website last month. but a state law went into effect in january that restricts law
enforcement from providing release dates of people in jail to federal immigration authorities. (catherine) that decision by the contra costa county sheriff's office is being criticized asan attempt to avoid california's sanctuary law. (steve) the sheriff's office released a statement today about the allegations that they are tipping off ice agents. saying quote .."like many california counties, we post release dates for all arrestees on our website and have been doing so since february 16, 2018." and
added "this information is public and can be helpful to other governmental organizations, crime victims, inmates' family members and others. ( steve ) a new independent autopsy concludes that stephon clark was facing away from police when he was shot to death clark was unarmed.his death triggered massive protests in sacramento.(catherine) this new report is bound to add to the controversy.a noted pathologist says his examination of clark's body tells a very dfferent story from the official police version. natpolice helicopter video shows clark's death ... officers firing around the side of the house where clark had been living with his grandmother.more natbody cameras recorded the officer's viewpoint as they opened fire. "he kind of approached us, hands out."not true, says the patholigist hired by clark family attorneys,doctor bennett omalu calls the police
account "...inconsistent with the prevailing forensic evidence."the pathologist says his examination of the wounds indicated that clark was facing away from the officers when they opened fire.the first shot struck him in the side of the chest and spun him around.six more shots struck him in the arm, neck, back and abdomen. "each one of theses bullets, independently, possessed a fatal capacity. meaning, out of all these seven, all he needed to die was just one of the seven." nevertheless, the doctor said, "death was not instantaneous." officers waited more than fuve minutes before approaching clark.they said they believed he had a gun.but they found only a cell phone..the pathologist says clark might have been saved with prompt medical attention."every minute you wait decreases the probability of survival."
(catherine) the official autopsy report isn't out yet.the coroner says toxicology reports haven't been completed. if charges are filed against the officers, the report won't be released until their trial. (steve) noor salman-- the wife of pulse nightclub shooter omar mateen-- was living in the east before being indicted and ordered to stand trial in florida. now she is reportedly heading back to the bay area. kron four's terisa estacio has more from salaman's mother's home in rodeo. here in front of noor salman's home it is all quiet, the shades are drawn. neighbors declined to go on camera, but told me they are very glad she is free and can return here to be with her young son. it has been a long tortured ordeal for the east bay mom. indicted by federal prosectors
and wisked out of her home away from her son - her family has stood by her side through it all. her uncle pledging to put up his home for bail for his niece. last year, her uncle made every court hearing - repeatedly saying his niece was not guilty. that she knew nothing of her deceased husbands plans to go into a nightclub and kill people. her uncle maintained that noor was a simple person and that she was in an abusive relationahsip with omar mateen. and that he threatened to take their son away if she left him. noor salman exited a florida jail two hours after she was aquitted on all charges. she reportedly is planning on flying back sometime soon to the bay area. here in rodeo, terisa estacio kron four news. (steve) north bay police arrested a man accused of selling marijuana to high school teens. and this is what they recovered from that
suspect. over four pounds of marijuana.. and 10- thousand dollars in cash. it started when san rafael police say they got complaints about possible drug dealing in the gerstle park neighborhood. that's when police identified and arrested miguel hernandez for selling marijuana to minors as young as fourteen. (steve) checking in on our four zone forecast now. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us. (catherine) lawrence is here with the latest on this holiday weekend...what can we expect? lawrence karnow: it was a warm but slightly cooler day with numerous clouds above. highs still managed to sneak into the 70s and 80s around the bay and valleys with 60s at the coast. even with all of the clouds there's no rain showing up on doppler radar. if you're going out tonight you can expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with a few patches of fog moving in along the coast. temperatures will remain mild in the bay and the valleys to near midnight. on the satellite you can see the high clouds streaming over the top
of the ridge of weakening high pressure. we are expecting changes for the weekend as temperatures move closer to normal. it will be cooler on saturday but still warm. highs under partly cloudy skies will be in the 50s and 60s at the coast with 70s and a few low 80s inland. it will continue to cool on sunday with the warmest temperatures only in the 70s. the weather looks parlty cloudy early next week but there is a chance of rain starting on thursday and into next weekend. (catherine) there's a mega jackpot up for grabs tonight - one that hasclimbed to 521 million
dollars.(steve) that's the 10th largest lotto jackpot in u-s history. and the winning numbers were just drawn,.. get your tickets ready here they are. they are eleven....twenty eight...thirty one...forty six....fifty nine...and the mega number is one.... again that's eleven....twenty eight...thirty one...forty six....fifty nine...and the mega number is one.... a 521- jackpot is a 521- jackpot is awaiting a winner who matches all six numbers. good luck. coming up at eight.. three children are still missing in a crash off the california coast. the search for clues in the cliff wreck. plus. a south bay family finds out what will happen to a father detained by ice months ago. and next. a week after an east bay football player suddenly
(catherine) an east bay mother is opening up about the sudden death of her 16-year- old son. jeremiah joyner died a week ago.(steve) he was a varsity football player at oakland technical high school. only on four tonight...kron four's philippe djegal talked to his mother -- who says a pre-exisiting condition might have led condition might have led to the death.. (philippe) when cherie jones got home thursday night and woke her 16-year-old son jeremiah joyner up from a nap... she says he complained of head, chest and stomach pains. which she says was out of the ordinary. cherie jones/mother- "so, i asked him did he want to go to the doctor, and he said no." minutes later, she says her son threw up and collapsed. a family member called 9-11, while cherie says she ran to a nearby fire station for help. paramedics arrived and performed c-p-r... but cherie says jeremiah was pronounced dead later that night at highland hospital.
cherie says the alameda county coroner's bureau believes jeremiah died from a heart abnormality.cherie jones/ mother- "i guess an artery was on the left side versus the right side and it didn't have i guess a curve in it. it was coming down, which i guess he wasn't getting the air supply that he needed." the incident -- so overwhelming for the family... that jeremiah's grandfather was also admitted to a hospital that night for heart-related issues. as for her son, cherie hopes other families can learn from his passing. though he'd received routine physical's before each football season at oakland technical high school, where he played outside linebacker... cherie says her son's possible heart condition was never detected. cherie jones/mother- "just please, you know, check your kids. just make sure, you know, that they're ok to play, because we're looking at them and they look healthy, seem healthy, but maybe they're not." jeremiah would have turned 17 year-old next month. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news.
(catherine) investigators are still trying to determine why a car carrying a family of eight plummeted off a cliff near mendocino.(steve) they are looking at factor like weather, road conditions, even brake failure... but say they may never find the cause. authorities say they don't know when or how the car went off the cliff... but say they have no reason the believe the crash was intentional. authorities say there were no skid marks or signs of the driver braking where the car went off the cliff. the crash happened just days after child protective services tried to contact the two women over concern's of the children's living conditions. three of the six children are still missing. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live
look outside at s-f-o.kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: it was a warm but slightly cooler day with numerous clouds above. highs still managed to sneak into the 70s and 80s around the bay and valleys with 60s at the coast. even with all of the clouds there's no rain showing up on doppler radar. if you're going out tonight you can expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with a few patches of fog moving in along the coast. temperatures will remain mild in the bay and the valleys to near midnight. on the satellite you can see the high clouds streaming over the top of the ridge of weakening high pressure. we are expecting changes for the weekend as temperatures move closer to normal. it will be cooler on saturday but still warm. highs under partly cloudy skies will be in the 50s and 60s at the coast with 70s and a few low 80s inland. it will continue to cool on sunday with the warmest temperatures only in the 70s. the weather looks parlty cloudy early next week but there is a chance of rain starting on thursday and into next weekend.
(steve) amanda renteria is the newest candidate for governor. the former hillary clinton campaign aide jumped into the gubernatorial race just a little more than a month ago.(catherine) she's never been elected to public office.. but has worked on the staffs of several powerful lawmakers and is said to know politics well. this week - she talked with capitol bureau reporter kody leibowitz about the change of culture in california. amanda renteria (42;38-43) we need to be willing to have those uncomfortable conversations if we all want to get better as a state. amanda renteria is talking about the deadly police shooting of stephon clark.less than two weeks ago -- clark was killed by two sacarmento police officers in his grandparent's backyard. renteria - a democratic candidate for governor and the former chief of operations at the state department of justice - is open to an independent investigation in any police involved shooting case.amanda renteria, democratic candidate for governor "we need to go to a place and a process where
people really believe in it." renteria says public trust is really important especially in politics. too often money gets in the way.amanda renteria, democratic candidate for governor "you should be elected and given the time to govern and that's why one of the pieces of my plan is to make sure that people don't fundraise before their election."two weeks ago.. the stanford and harvard grad called for the lt. governor gavin newsom to resign over an past sexual affair when he was was san francisco mayor. he is also running for governor. amanda renteria, democratic candidate for governor "any bad actors are going to need to know that it's over and those days are over when elected officials are having sex with subordinates."amanda renteria "people believe that the culture of politics needs to change." a 3 of there>popped right out probably just force she probably just popped right out of there> a 3 month old ejected from her car seat. new ahead at 8 experts say it was probably an accessory on her car seat that led to her being
thrown from it. also -- a frightening road rage incident outside the bay area - when a driver is punched and robbed... why police think it happened. ((gary sports tease))"coming up a little bit later in this broadcast ... did usf win their first basketball championship since 1956? also klay thompson coming back, we'll talk about that. and if you're doing a sports show in america, you better have sister jean ... later in this broadcast." broadcast."later in this to change."of politics needs california. amanda renteria (42;38-43) we need to be willing to have those uncomfortable conversations if we all want to get better as a st police in
stanislaus county are looking for a woman who allegedly punched a teen earlier this week.(catherine) they believe this is related to a road rage incident.. reporter kay recede has the story. (nats roadway)it was two miles of terror for a turlock driver and his passenger at this 4 way stop on wednesday night... according to turlock policea female passenger in another
car with possible gang ties used a bottle to break a passenger side window... punched a teen passenger... then stole from him on east tuolumne road near johnson in turlock(nats driving) investigators say the suspectús anger started boiling about a mile east... the victim admitted to police he might have cut off the car she was inboth drivers continued west... and when they were both stopped...this is when her rage turned into violence(sgt russ holeman, spokesman turlock police department)"threw a glass bottle at their windshield, cracked it, assaulted the passenger."sergeant russ holeman says this is when the female grabs the teenús cell phonebut she doesnút have it for long...she ditches it in a dumpster about a mile away. (kay recede in turlock)'the sergeant says if youúre scared another driver might try to hurt you due to road rage do what you can to create distance... most importantly, put your pride aside and stay safe'(sgt)"realize that that was a road rage incident that happened but you donút want it to turn into something worse." (steve)(steve)(steve) that was kay recede
reporting. under california law, a driver could face a fine up to two-thousand dollars and up to six months in jail for assaulting another driver. coming up at eight.. the baton rouge officers involved in the shooting death of alton sterling are facing new discipline. the latest on their job status. plus... a female police officer in texas is making history. she was just sworn in...and there is only one other woman like her in the country. and next. he was detained by ice agents after dropping his daughter off at school. now a south bay family gets an update on whethera father will be held or released. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 details are right after the break.
(steve) there's good news, exciting news for the family of an undocumented south bay man who is facing deportation to mexico.(catherine) as kron four's rob fladeboe reports -- court ruling has been handed down in the man's favor. nats (family around breakfast table)lourdes barraza and two of her three children were all smiles at breakfast after receiving news that a federal court judge in san francisco has ruled againstdeporting barraza's undocumented husband, fernando carillo, who is in jail in richmond after being detained by ice back in octoberlourdes barraza/fernando carillo's husband "...we're happy with the judge's decision and we believe it's the right decision and that we are on the right side of history with this
decision..."judge joseph park has ruled that were he to be deported to mexico, fernando carillowould be persecuted, based on his relationship with a relative who is involved in fighting crime. the government has 30 days to appeal the granting of what's known as a "withholding of removal."lourdes barraza "....withholding of removal doesn't guarantee anything right now in terms of legal residency or citizenship because of the way immigration law is right now , what it means is he will be able to apply for a work permit and legally remain in the united states...." a cable tv installer, carillo was detained by ice because of prior deportations and a d.u.i. the "withholding of removal" order means he can stay in the u.s. so long as he commit's no more crimes. his family, who had been considering a move to canada because they too would be unsafe in mexico, say he has earned his freedom.lourdes barraza "..he paid the price for making the mistakes they say he made and he deserves to et on with his life now..." carillo's attorney says a government appeal is unlikely and that he could be free by early next week. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news.
(steve) in baton rouge. two officers involved in the shooting death of a black man are being disciplined. (catherine) the officer who shot alton sterling will be fired. blane salamoni - on the left - is the officer being fired. the other officer - howie lake - will be suspended for three days. the shooting happened outside a convenience store in 2016. officer lake wrestled sterling to the ground but did not fire his gun... officer salamoni shot sterling six times during the struggle. the shooting triggered widespread protests. but neither officer is facing criminal charges. . (steve) the trump administration is expected to
roll back gas mileage and pollution standards for cars approved during the obama administration. current regulations require new vehicles to get 36 miles per gallon in real-world driving by 20-25. that's about 10 miles per gallon over the existing standard. but it's not clear yet how much that will be lowered by. the annoucement is expected to come tuesday. (steve)(steve) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(catherine kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: it was a warm but slightly cooler day with numerous clouds above. highs still managed to sneak into the 70s and 80s around the bay and valleys with 60s at the coast. even with all of the clouds there's no rain showing up on doppler radar. if you're going out tonight you can expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with a few patches of fog moving in along the coast. temperatures will remain mild in the bay and the valleys to near midnight. on the satellite you can see the high clouds streaming over the top
of the ridge of weakening high pressure. we are expecting changes for the weekend as temperatures move closer to normal. it will be cooler on saturday but still warm. highs under partly cloudy skies will be in the 50s and 60s at the coast with 70s and a few low 80s inland. it will continue to cool on sunday with the warmest temperatures only in the 70s. the weather looks parlty cloudy early next week but there is a chance of rain starting on thursday and into next weekend.
clothing store in oakland this afternoon. there was a huge line of snoop fans waiting in line to meet the legendary rapper. legendary rapper. he was at the store signing autographs. still ahead at 8 arnold schwarzenegger goes in for heart surgery...what the former california's governor's first words were when he woke up. also -- how you can paid to binge-watch netflix. it's an actual job.....! and next. she's making history as one of the only deaf female police officers in the country. and she's hoping to inspire others.
a newly-hired police officer in texas, is the first female deaf commissioned officer in the state.and she is hoping her story will inspire others. cassie stafford reports. --reporter pkg-as follows-- officer erica trevino/ dalhart police department:"i'm ready to get to work."erica trevino is making history, not only at the dalhart police department, but also across the country. chief david conner/ dalhart police department:"she's the first female deaf police officer in texas and will be the second in the nation." trevino graduated 3rd from the top of her class in the police academy.she says being sworn in today was a dream come true, but it's been a long road to get here.cindi trevino/ erica's mother:"when she was in the 5th grade, some army recruiters came to lamar her school and she came home just irate because they told her she could not join the military."officer erica trevino/ dalhart police department:"i'm not going to let anyone tell me what i can and cannot do, so i decided to become a police officer and i have a lot of people that still now tell me now that they don't think i can, but i can't hear them so that's okay."trevino has a cochlear implant to help her hearing.
and she knows she will face challenges in the line of duty. officer erica trevino/ dalhart police department:"i have to learn how to watch my back obviously. i have to learn to trust my partner, trust myself and speak clearly so the people will understand me." chief conner says they won't send trevino to a major call without backup.they will also change the way they dispatch. chief david conner/ dalhart police department:"she's still going to be able to receive a radio dispatch but we're also going to be sending it to her by way of text message so she can see what the call is that she's going to as well."and not only is she balancing the new job, but she's also a single mom.addy/ officer trevino's daughter:"i'm proud of mom."and she hopes to inspire other people moving forward.officer erica trevino/ dalhart police department:"i look forward to beginning my time serving the city of dalhart and i hope i can inspire other people to follow their dream and know that anything is possible if you work hard enough for it."
(catherin) chief conner said there was concern when hiring erica, but her qualifications speak for themselves. erica officially starts her job april 14th. (catherine) i'm back. those are the first words actor arnold schwarzenegger said after coming out of heart surgery. he is in stable condition tonight. the 70-year-old had a valve replacement in los angeles. a spokesman said in a statement said the procedure was necessary because a heart valve placed in 1997 had outlived its life expectancy. the statement also said that an open-heart surgery team had been ready surgery team had been ready to go in case the catheter could not be replaced. and in fact during surgery -- it was decided the open heart team 'was' necessary to complete the surgery. ( steve) in sports -- the giants and a's - playing game
two of 162. we'll give you a quick update how both teams are doing.(catherine) also -- what's going on with kevin durant? he now has five ejections this season. sports director gary radnich has reaction from the finals m-v-p along with all the sports - coming up. next at 8 a 3 month old baby ejected from a car as it flips over...she survived ....but how what was on her car seat may have contributed to her being thrown from her seat.
new tonight at 8 one atlanta mother is thankful her baby is alive and well after a car crash.. (catherine) she thinks padded strap covers on the car seat contributed to her daughter being thrown out of it. christian jennings has details. has been specifically approved by the seat's manufacturer. 3 month old robin pope is a living miracle. hannah mckinney/mother"god definitely had his hands on her and my aunt also."hannah mckinney says last month her aunt was driving this van and got into a wreck. baby robin --- hannah's daughter --- was in her car seat when the van went tumbling. hannah mckinney/mother"it flipped like front to trunk twice." the newborn was ejected from her car seat, thrown to the back of the van.robin suffered a hairline fracture in her upper arm and was rushed to the hospital with shards of glass in her head. hannah now believes strap covers like these used with the car seat
may have contributed to her child coming loose. hannah mckinney/mother"they said probably just slid against her shirt and with the force she just popped right out of there." johanna martinez/safety specialist"you never want to add anything to a car seat that doesn't come with it. it's not crash tested with the car seat."johanna martinez is a child passenger safety specialist and instructor at scottish rite hospital. she demonstrated what can happen when strap covers like these are used. items parents typically purchase for comfort.johanna martinez/safety specialist "notice now these are so long, it's pushed the chest clip out of position. so now. this is over the mid stomach here and our harness is not on the shoulders anymore. so in a crash, the harness is going to fall off the shoulders, allowing the baby to be ejected."she says instead this retainer clip here is supposed to sit at armpit level on your child. johanna martinez/safety specialist "people think because they're being sold they're safe to use."
(steve) experts say the best advice is not to add any after-market product to a car seat unless it has been specifically approved by the seat's manufacturer. (catherine) now's your chance to binge-watch netflix... and get paid for it.. the company is hiring people to watch, categorize, and rate its shows and movies. the position - called 'editorial analyst' - is now listedon the website. netflix says it wants people who are passionate about t-v and film - and are deadline oriented. no word yet on what you'd get paid. the last the last time the giants and a's won on opening day was in 2015 johnny cueto
making his first start in the 2018 season against the dodgers quick update from los angeles-- right now... giants over at the coliseum-- before the game the a's invite rickie henderson, invite rickie game the a's before the game the a's invite rickie henderson, vida blue, jose canseco and among other greats to the field to celebrate the team's 50th season in oakland. as for the game... a's march has been a tough month for the warriors. golden state's injuries are a big reason why they have lost four of the last five. and if things couldn't get any worse for the team.... they now have to deal with kevin durant keeping his cool on the court. in his first game since a six-game absence to recover from a rib injury... durant picked up his fifth ejection of the season in thursday night's loss to the milwaukee bucks. kd started cursing at an official
for not calling a foul. he was given two technicals in the final seconds before halftime. he now has 14 techincals... two away from an automatic one-game suspension player with more ejections in the last 25 rasheed wallace with durant doesn't believe he's playing out of character. "people tell me i change when you don't even take time to get to know who i am, so its like ... you can't tell me who i am because of how i act on the basketball court. that don't make sense to me, that's not fair to me, but life ain't fair it's all good.""he's an unbelievable competitor .. i mean kevin wants to win and wants to compete ... so like a lot of us, occasionally he snaps. you've seen it with me, you've seen it but hopefully the fifth one was the last one." another warriors star is working his way back into the rotation. klay thompson is listed as probable for saturday's game against the kings in sacramento. thompson missed the last eight games after fracturing the thumb on his shooting hand against the minnesota timberwolves earlier this month. it's been nearly three weeks since the warriors had at least three-all stars on the floor. there is no question... lebron james will go down in history as one of the greatest players but anytime you can outstage michael jordan
and kareem abdul-jabbar... it means your are doing something right. tonight against the new orleans pelicans... lebron scored at least ten points in 867 straight games passing jordan who held the record with 866. lebron reached this mark early in the game... his dunk midway through the first quarter gave him eleven points. lebron finished with 27 points, 11 assists, and one rebound shy of a triple double cleveland won 107-102 one of the oakland raiders' biggest personalities is being let go by the team. the raiders announced earlier today the release of punter marquette king. king was signed in 2012 as an undrafted free agent and spent all six seasons with the team. the pro bowl punter was one of the bigger characters on the team ... however the release was done to free up nearly 3-million dollars in cap space. the release of king was one of a series of moves the raiders made today ... the team also released tight-end clive walford and re-signed safety reggie nelson.
the last time the u-s-f men's basketball program won a national title was back in the 1955-1956 season since then the dons have since then the dons have struggled making the tournament. they haven't paticipated in the big dance in the last decade but tonight they were playing for a championship in the college basketball invitational. series tied at one... game three... winner takes all. kyle smith and the dons facing north texas. roosevelt smart got it going in the first half all alone in the corner... hits a three 14 of his 25 points were scored off free throws north texas up by 11 points at the break franki ferrari from burlingame helps the dons rally in the second half leads the team with 19 points usf would cut the lead by one a-j lawson puts the game away with a layup north texas wins 88-77 they win their first championship in men's basketball history
about a month ago... nobody had loyola-chicago in their final four brackets. the ramblers are two wins away from being crowned national champions. today the team held practice before facing michigan in the final four saturday. the ramblers are making their second apperance in the final four since 1963. loyola chicago's cinderalla story is highlighted by san francisco highlighted by san francisco native, sister jean the 98-year-old nun is the team's chaplain. she has become a celebrity... as she took the podium to speak... she was surrounded by cameras sister jean says she is excited to be in san antonio.
next at 8. this looks like people were having fun....but it's actually a punishment for actually a punishment for students we'll explain. tonight at 9 i'm like where is stanley when we need him except this i was there this time, watching people doing the only thing that can get pedestrians a ding on their driving record i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
brandon godrich's moves have gone viral after he came to class late... not just once, but twice. students can't say they aren't warned... while it isn't expressly written in the professor's american literature class syllabus... students are given a verbal warning. the professor says he isn't grading students on their dancing ability...but will lower their participation grade if they do not want to dance. (catherine) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(steve) here is what we're working on, at kron 4 news at 9. a group of women in the south bay... shot at as they were leaving a popular fast food drive thru... and now police are still searching for the gunman... hear from one of the victims descrbing the terrifying moment in a live report... (catherine) also -- shocking new video has been released in the shooting death of alton sterling... the same day one of the officers invovled was fired....
what the video shows - coming up....(steve) and the holiday weekend is finally here and we've been seeing hot temperatures seeing hot temperatures across the bay area... we'll tell you how long those temperatures are expected to last with chief meterologist lawrence karnow.... stay right here for kron 4 news at nine right after the break.
(steve) now at 9....a terrifying moment for a group of women in the south bay... they were all shot at after leaving a fast food drive thru... (catherine) and tonight they're talking about what happened. thank you for joining us, im catherine heenan in for vicki liviakis...(steve) and i'm steve aveson in for grant lodes.... one of the passengers was hit and tonight that gunman is still on the loose....(catherine) it happened as the women were leaving a jack in the box drive thru in san jose.... kron-4's hermela aregawi is live for us tonight in san jose with details on what happened? hermela?
(hermela aregawi)the women and their families have been completely shaken up by this ordeal. and tell me they will not be able to rest easy until the suspect is caught. tonight.. the friend that was in the back seat is recovering from a gunshot wound. take a look at the bullet hole on the back door. it went right through and into the victim arm. fortunuately she is expected to be okay but they say.. the bullet hole is a constant reminder of how close they got to possibly getting killed.you will see blood on the backseat.. that's from the bullet. the women say it was one of at least three shots that were fired. the victims tell me this happened early wednesday morning around 2. they grabbed food