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now at eight ... new clues tonight to the fate of a family missing on a trip to visit bay area relativeswhoosh "mr. zuckerberg, would you be comfortable sharing with us the name of the hotel you stayed in last night?"(laughs) um, ."local reaction to mark zuckerberg's long day on capitol hill whooshyour credit card security is about to change in a big way."... that's crazy."whoosh"i thought stroke, aneurysm, brain tumor (i) had no idea that marijuana toxicity could even be a possibilityveterinarians say they are seeing more cases of pups poisoned by pot. (pam) now at 8. a search is underway for a missing california family.
the thottapilly's -- are from valencia... and they were supposed to make a stop to visit family in the bay area, on their way back home from oregon... but they never showed up. now their family is desperate for answers.(pam) thank you for joining us i'm pam moore. (grant) and i'm grant lodes in for steve aveson. that family was expected to stop at a friend's home in san jose last friday, but never made it. kron4's michelle kingston joins us now with new information from the c-h-p....michelle. a heartbreaking story.friends tell me tonight mom, dad and their two kids were on a spring break road trip when they vanished.their last known location was near redwood national park. (mk)this is the missing persons flyer going viral on social media of the thottapilly family -- missing since last week.new tonight: california highway patrol are searching for an suv that plunged into the eel river near garberville on highway 101 that matches the description of the car driven by the thottapilly family -- a maroon honda pilot just like
this one.officers are still trying to locate the vehicle -- and are having trouble due to flooding from last week's storm.friends say they haven't heard from the thottapilly's since friday when they were on their way back to their santa clarita home from portland oregon. srujal parikh, president of federation of indian associationsthey had a night booked at a local hotel and they were supposed to leave friday morning and they left friday morning and since then there is no whereabouts where they arethe thottapilly's were last seen near redwood national park. they told friends they were staying there thursday night and then planning to stop in san jose on friday before heading to their southern california home.. but they never made it to san jose. police there confirm with kron4 they received a call from a concerned family member on sunday who filed a missing person's report.srujal parikh, president of federation of indian associationsthey were very nice and small family. they were very kind. friends say the family loved to travel ... and that the husband's parents, in india, are extremely worried about them. relatives in canada are driving to california now to help with search efforts. srujal parikh, president of federation of indian assocationsi would request to all of the community to come forward and if you find something to please report to law enforcement
chp has not located the vehicle that is in the eel river..and remember .. again .. they have not confirmed that that vehicle is the thottapilly's.the thottapilly's license plate number is 7 m m x 1 3 8 -- and again it's a maroon 2016 honda pilot.if you have any information -- you're asked to contact the san jose police department.back to you. let me just cut to the chase. if you and other social media companies do not get your act in order, none of us are going to have any privacy anymore. (grant) anymore. (grant)mark
zuckerberg...is now at the halfway point of a two day marathon on capitol hill.the head of the world's largest social media company said he would welcome federal regulation .. but only if it is the right kind of regulation.dozens of senators grilled the 33 year old billionaire about facebook's ongoing struggle to guard its users' data.(pam) once again zuckerberg apologized. but as catherine heenan reports, the senators wanted more than words. "we didn't take a broad enough view of our responsibility, and that was a big mistake. it was my mistake, and i'm sorry. i started facebook, i run it, and i'm responsible for what happens here."mark zuckerbergs words met a wall of bipartisan skepticism "after more than a decade of promises to do better, how is today's apology different?" "we've seen the apology tours before i don't see how you can change your business model unless there are different rules of the road."in the past 18 months, facebook has acknowleged that russian operatives used the app to
divide voters and boost donald trump.and that a political consultancy hired by trump and other republicans, improperly gained access to data on 87 million facebook users, including 71 million americans. "if facebook and other online companies will not or cannot fix these privacy invasions, then we will." the most uncomfortable moment for the facebook founder came when one of his questioners turned the tables. "mr. zuckerberg, would you be comfortable sharing with us the name of the hotel you stayed in last night?" :"(laughs) um, no." "if you messaged anyone this week, would you share with us the names of the people you messaged?" "senator, no, i would probably not choose to do that publicly here." "i think that may be what this is all about. your right to privacy, the limits to your right to privacy, and how much you give away in modern america in the name of quote connecting people all over the world."
(pam) the pressure was on mark zuckerberg to win over lawmakers and the public. so how did he hold up through the gruling 5- hour ordeal... (grant) kron 4's gabe slate joins us now with reaction to mark zuckerberg's first day of testimony mark zuckerberg today looked prepared. poised he didn't lose his coolhe seemed to say the right things but was it enough to get users back who have left. or to keep users from leavinghere is some more analysis..
coming up at 9. we will hear from facebook users who say there is nothing mark zuckerberg can say or do. to keep them from deleting their accounts. back to you (pam) the f-b-i is offering up to 20- thousand dollars for information... in a 20-16 oakland murder. brian bole was killed... while walking home last year today. the 30- year old had just left a bar, when he was killed on richmond boulevard in oakland. that, after he was approached by a suspect who shot him and then ran. now the f-b-i is offering a 20-thousand dollar reward on the one year anniversary of his death. it's for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible. (grant)new questions tonight about a sheriff's deputy arrested for having sex with inmates at the contra costa jail. as kron 4's dan kerman
reports, initial suggestions the sex was consensual are being disputed tonight. it was last week when contra costa sheriff's deputies arrested one of their own, deputy patrick morseman for allegedly having sex with two female inmates at the west county detention facility. at the time the sheriff's office said while unlawful, "the sexual activity (was) with a consenting adult". not so says one of the inmate's attorneyssot neama rahmani/inmate's attorney 19-26 absolutely not this was rape by force and threat of additional jail time.in fact attorney neama rahmani says despite their claims of consensual sex, the sheriff's department knows it wasn'tsot my understanding of internal sheriff's department documents contain evidence that support multiple charges of rape by color of authority and oral copulation with threats by a public officialsthe sheriff's office had also indicated money was placed into inmates jail accounts. rahmani says it was a payoffit was hush money. after sexually assaulting the victims the deputy said what do i need to do to get you to shut up and he put $300 in one of the victim's inmate accounts.the sheriff's office has concluded its investigation and is not longer commenting on the case
standup dan kerman/late in the afternoon, the sheriff's office turned the case over to the da's office, it's unknown how long they will take to decide whether to file charges and if so what type of charges. dan kerman kron 4 news. (pam) two men have been arrested in connection with a homicide in pleasant hill this past weekend. 23- year- old oshry elor was killed inside this home, at norse drive and viking street saturday night. police believe elor was shot by a robber who was trying to steal his marijuana. now, two men have been arrested... in two different states.
state of new mexico. they have been identified as keith jones of cusseta, georgia, and the other is luther lee of columbus, georgia. the police department will be seeking charges of homicide and robbery against mr. jones as well as mr. lee.>(pam) both suspects are currently being held in other states. (grant) police in richmond are investigating their second homicide in just three days. the latest happened last night outside an apartment complex on hartnett avenue near carlson boulevard. that's where police found a 29 year richmond man shot several times. he died at the scene. right now investigators do not have any suspect information. and they are not releasing the victim's identity until family has been notified. coming up at eight.. how the deadly police shooting of stephon clark .... is now changing sacramento police department policy. plus. how what you like on facebook can actually reveal a lot about you...including intelligence. and next. explosive
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pg&e has allowed us to be the most sustainable organization we can be. any time you help a customer, it's a really good feeling. it's especially so when it's a customer that's doing such good and important work for the environment. together, we're building a better california. following tonight-- he's not showing his face...but he's telling his story. a man says multiple san francisco police officers are guilty of rampant racism, homophobia and religious intolereance.(pam) and as kron4's haaziq madyun reports... the alleged victim... is a current officer. sfpd : "i experienced racial and religious harassment, and also witnessed blatant misconduct against citizens, i reported it. that's my duty as a police officer. since making a complaint, i have been labeled a rat, singled out by my colleagues, and i now fear for my safetythis san francisco police officer is reading a statement alleging that he was the target of retaliation. he says it happened after blowing the whistle claiming he experienced racism and religious harassment by some of his follow officers here at the central station. out of concern about his safety he
aksed not to reveal his identitysfpd whistleblower: "and the department has done nothing to protect me"the officer say that he is a muslim whose national origin is afghanistan. he began his employment with sfpd in june of 2016, a year later his trouble begansfpd whistleblower: " last june, i was transferred to central station. that's when i experienced blatant racism and bigotry toward me by some officers and sergeants. they also expressed their contempt towards other minorities. i told them many times that their racist comments and actions towards me needed to stop. when their behavior escalated, that's when i decided to make a formal complaint to hr. some of my superiors advised me not to complain and look the other way because a complaint would make matters worse for me. but i couldn't look the other way, due to the nonstop harassment. i made the formal complaint and as a result they are now investigating me. not only that...he says confidential information from his internal affairs compliant was leaked to the officers accused of harassmentsfpd whistleblower: "i am making my complaint public today only because i have lost faith in the sfpd's internal investigation process. i also want to change the department's long, documented history of intimidating whistleblowers" according to this city and county of san francisco equal employement opportunity complaint the officer is not seeking a lawsuit...at least
not right now. according to this, he is requesting the alleged officers receive cultural and sensitivity training in addition to updating the academy curriculum with middle eastern cultural studies...in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news ( pam )( pam ) it appears that problems with soil samples ... at the hunters point naval shipyard in san francisco.... are much worse than previously thought. that land is slated to be turned over to a developer... and transformed into thousands of housing units.... but that hand- over has now been delayed. in a letter from
the environmental protection agency to the navy -- it was found.. that 90-precent of the soil surveyed from parcel- b .... and 97-percent of samples from parcel- g of the naval shipyard are suspect. a navy representative told the public... at an open house eariler this year, they will re- test the soil for contamination this summer.. but no definitive timeline has been laid out. the delays are frustrating to the chair of the hunters point citizen's advisory committee. dr. veronica hunnicutt/hunter' s point citizens advisory committee: "when they push the project back that means these jobs are not gonna be available that means the affordable housing is not gonna be available and we all know that a third of this project is dedicated to affordable housing." she adds, the community needs the e-p-a and the navy to get going... to retest and clean up this area .... because anything that delays affordable housing... is devestating to the bayview neighborhood... and the entire city. (grant) sacramento's
police chief is issuing a new body camera policy following the fatal shooting of stephon clark. the department says body camera use is covered in training -- but officers haven't received any written direction on when they can be turned off...until now. two officers muted their microphones right after clark was shot.. now the policy says officers can turn cameras off only in limited circumstances including dealing with a victim of sexual assault or if a supervisor instructs them. and it requires officers to verbalize their reason for turning off the microphone. 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: a weak storm moved into the bay area today with a few showers. you can see the storm on doppler radar
as it moved through. there is a chance of a few lingering showers tonight otherwise we will see plenty of clouds. on the satellite you can see another storm off the coast. the next one will be a little stronger with rain and some gusty winds tomorrow evening. most of the day tomorrow will be dry with just increasing clouds. that changes late in the day with a chance of showers in the north late in the afternoon. the storm then sweeps across the rest of the bay area tomorrow night. by thursday it will be over leaving partly cloudy skies and cool temperatures. it warms back up on friday with highs soaring back into the 70s before cooling down this weekend. more rain is possible sunday night and into monday.
signature as a security feature. ((gary sports tease)) ((grant))here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine... new tonight at are tracking here's what we ((grant)) ((grant)) here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine...there was music, drinking and dancing one moment. the next: the music was replaced by screams as people ran for their lives when they heard gunshots. the chaotic moments at this pool party...at an nfl player's house, and why police are having a tough time arresting the shooter.that's tonight on kron 4 news at nine.
thing of the past. .. the card companies are collectively doing away with signatures at the check -out stand. (grant) and as kron four's terisa estacio reports, while the reasoning makes sense to some, others say it could lead to more problems. (terisa estacio)i am here in walnut creek... and this target is one of several stores that will soon completely do away with requiring a signature when you pay for your goods. (estacio reporting) right now, purchases typically between 25 - 5o dollars do not trigger signing to make purchase. but by the end of the month, target plans to completely eliminate the need to your write out your name, ever. walmat has already done away with signatures. later this month, the big credit card companies such as american express, discover mastercard and visa will stop mandating signatures at check out. a spokesperson from a merchant advisory group calls signatures obsolete - and not necessary measures given protective steps such as adding chips to credit cards. customers had this to say about having their names erased as that last step before heading out the door. (estacio) there is a catch,
some say, they are worried about small merchants like hair dressers getting short changed... with people possibly forgetting to remember to add a tip as they sign off the charge. but some people add they always give cash in those circumstnaces. in walnut creek, terisa estacio kron four news. coming up at eight.. just what do your facebook 'likes' reveal about you... it turns out a lot... and you might not even realize all of your personal information
being gathered. plus. a woman says her smart watch saved her life by giving her a simple alert. and next. a week after the youtube shooting.... a south bay seminar is teaching people how to respond in an 'active shooter' situation ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast. details are right after the break.
"active shooter" situation like what happened last weekat "you tube" in san bruno?(pam) today kron four's rob fladeboe attended a hands - on seminar that addressed just that ... with people learning how taking action, can save lives. kerry harris/national violent intruder preparedness solutions "...action, action, action...."former los gatos police officer and sheriff's deputykerry harris stepped the class through a two and a half hour lesson that emphasizes quick action.kerry harris/national violent intruder preparedness solutions "...what we see is that a lot of people are just freezing because they don't know what to do..." "..what are we going to do with this? we're going to spray him right in the face...."national violent intruder preparedness solutions is just that. solutions designed to save lives. attendees were advised to run away from an active shooter, if possible. fighting back is also an option. (attendees practice restraining possible shooter) (attendees hurry through hallway) (attendees barricade doors) "....ok, c'mon ladies, get hld of him..." "...let's go,let's go, let's go..." "....wrap it tight, ok...."the class practiced barricading the room, using neck ties, belts and tables to bar entry. don't wait for theperson next to you to do something, says harris. "....if there is an over arching concept that we
are pushing here it's the idea that we dont need to be fearful about an active shooter event but should be prepared and know that there are thing we can do and if we are going to try andmake ourselves secure in a given location that there are things all around us that we can use to make that place secure..." attendees came away enlightened if not encouraged and planned to pass along what theylearned to family, friends and co workers.cathy schumacker/attendee "...it makes me realize that i have to go back and teach my staff they you need to protect yourself first..."todd trekell/attendee"...anytime i go into a room now i have to be thinking about where are the xit points and how can i secure those exit points..." (pam) new tonight at 8 as at 8 new
tonight (pam) (pam) new tonight at 8 as facebook deals with mounting criticism over its handling of user data, more is coming user data, more is coming out ...about just how effective the data can be in profiling users.(grant) whether it's being used for a marketing campaign or a political campaign - your activity on social media reveals more about you than you probably ever realized. (pam) and you don't even have to write a post or share an article -- all you have to do is click the "like" button. from our partners at c-n- n, senior medical correspondent doctor sanjay gupta reports. what do country music singer jason aldean and curly fries have in common?they can both offer clues about how smart you are.timothy summers / university of maryland college of information studies: "the
studies have shown that people who "like" curly fries have a higher intellectual capacity. they're more intelligent. whereas people who liked jason aldean have a lower iq."that may seem arbitrary, but science backs it up.this 2013 study by computational psychologist and big data scientist michal kosinski and others found you can learn a lot about someone -- from how smart they are, to how satisfied they are -- even if they're more likely to be "outgoing and active" or "shy and reserved" -- just by looking at what they "like" on facebook.timothy summers -- who was not involved in these studies -- is a professor at the university of maryland's college of information studies. summers: "facebook is a really amazing place to give data and not really think about the data you're giving because you're just sharing it with family and friends, right? but you're actually sharing it with every company that utilizes facebook."those companies can predict someone's personality better than a coworker with just 10 "likes" ... better than a friend or roommate with 70 "likes" ... better than a parent or sibling with 150 "likes."once they know 300 of your "likes," big data knows you better than your spouse.
and, it can accurately pick your political party 85-percent of the time.afer that, it's all about tweaking your thinking. but you're saying you could take somebody who may have had a certain world view, a certain personality type, and actually persuade them to think differently about a candidate or an issue. summers: "absolutely, absolutely. with the right imagery and the right content, context and nuance -- and with the right social media campaign and internet marketing campaign -- you can get just about anyone to click on just about anything."and, once they click, they're subjected to a micro-targeted "whisper campaign" -- a digital version of the old "town square." summers: "and then they say, "huh, this is interesting. tell me more about this." and then some more, and the more and willing to go hole, the more influenced they are."some people who be more persuadable, if you will, than summers: "absolutely, and that's where the comes in." psychographics is "the study and of people according to their attitudes, aspirations, and other psychological criteria."the #1 way to profile someone is to figure out how they score on the so-called "big five" traits: openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism (ocean).gupta: "they on me and they say, all right, now we know enough about sanjay to is and this is how we can influence him. if that's aware am i of that? is so insidious that i don't even recognize it's happening?" summers: "you don't even realize it's happening."dr. sanjay gupta, cnn, reporting.
lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: a weak storm moved into the bay area today with a few showers. you can see the storm on doppler radar as it moved through. there is a chance of a few lingering showers tonight otherwise we will see plenty of clouds. on the satellite you can see another storm off the coast. the next one will be a little stronger with rain and some gusty winds tomorrow evening. most of the day tomorrow will be dry with just increasing clouds. that changes late in the day with a chance of showers in the north late in the afternoon. the storm then sweeps across the rest of the bay area tomorrow night. by thursday it will be over leaving partly cloudy skies and cool temperatures. it warms back up on friday with highs soaring back into the 70s before cooling down this weekend. more rain is possible sunday night and into monday.
still ahead at 8 a warning going out from pg-and-e about tax scams. the signs they say you should be aware of.... plus. a little boy bullied over his lunchbox... decides to ignore the mean comments... what his cousin did to defend him. and next. dramatic video as people jump from a balcony to escape a raging fire.
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to j.p. morgan investment expertise can help you. (grant) terrifying moments for people trapped inside a new jersey dance studio...right after a fire broke out in the building last night. you can see the children screaming for help as bystanders rushed to get ladders to them. the kids had no choice but to fall or jump from the balcony to escape the flames. firefighters broke a window to the second floor to rescue two girls -- the last in the building. five people were
taken to the hospital with minor injuries, but everyone survived. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. (grant) p-g-and-e is warning customers tonight about an increase in scams...as the tax filing deadline approaches. the company says its credit department will never ask for personal information or a credit card number over the phone. also...be cautious if you receive an unexpected email claiming to be from p-g-and-e. do not click on any links or provide any personal information. and always ask for identification before allowing anyone claiming to be a pg&e representative inside your home. pg&e employees always carry their identification and should always willing to show it to you. in sports ... the golden state warriors have signed back-up point guard quinn cook to a multi-year deal... but how are the dubs playing tonight in utah... kim smith
(grant) new at eight... one vermont dog owner -- whose pup became ádangerouslyá sick -- on a trail is taking action tonight.(pam) she says, her dog ingested t-h- c... and she is now taking steps to make sure it does not happen again. zuheros is feeling much better now, but owner liz robert says, her dog got sick after a hike last week. at first she thought it was a stroke or an aneurysm .. she never thought marijuana would be a possibility. she rushed him to the vet and found what looked like human feces in his vomit. robert thinks that's how her dog got t-h-c poisoning.liz robert: "he had definitely gotten into something. so when i went back on friday morning," she said. "i actually found human feces with subway napkins and all -- so there was no disputing what it was." what it was." according to veterinary specialists, t-h-c poisoning áis pretty commoná in the dogs they see. one
vet said, most of the cases are from dogs eating edibles or marijuana plants -- but it is possible for pups to get it from eating something else. robert is now posting flyers to warn others about the problem. (grant) a woman in kansas says her smart watch may have saved her life.(pam) it was a simple alert that ended up.... getting her attention about something much more serious. willis scott has more. heather hendershot was watching tv with her husband one night when her smart watch buzzed with an alert. it said her heart rate was over 120. she felt fine and thought a good night's sleep would lower it. "i couldn't feel it going fast," hendershot said. "i couldn't feel it beating hard." the next morning her watch indicated her heart rate was still too fast. she said she was worried she might be fighting an infection that could spread to her young children. she decided to have it checked out.an urgent care
doctor sent her to the emergency room. they did some lab work, gave me some iv fluid and then with the lab work they noticed my thyroid was out of whack," hendershot said.she was diagnosed with thyroid storm. "i had no idea that even existed, but it can be fatal if left untreated," she said. her husband said what they thought was the flu was something potentially far "come to find out it could be a life threatening thing," cody hendershot said. kind of saved her life when you find that out." now she says she keeps her watch on day and night, "i will not take it off."she didn't think she'd need the heart rate bought the watch, but she's glad she has it. (grant) now her husband and aunt are planning on getting smart watches too. she says you never know when it may come in handy. there's only one word to
describe the warriors final game of the season...ugly.. the team said they don't want to limp into the playoffs ... well, based off tonight... they're dragging in... good thing.. it's time to reset for the postseason... utah jazz simply dominated from the very beginning..--donavan mitchell wore a hoodie walking into tonight's game with the definition of the word rookie... a little jab at ben simmons in philly...mitchell proving tonight why he deserves to be in the rookie of the year conversation...-- mitchell finished with 22 points...the warriors looked flat.. they couldn't get a shot to fall.. it was definitely a bad night.... the jazz led by as much at 43 points... so the warriors will avoid the jazz in round 1... and maybe for the best... final score: 119-79 jazz.. ### quinn cook had -- points tonight.. but he's been an important part of this stretch of adversity the warriors have faced lately....cook grinded his way to a multi year deal... he is officially on the warriors playoff roster...signing a 2 year deal
with the warriors.. for now cook is filling in for steph curry as a starter... but even when curry is back, cook should add some good production off the bench... warriors released omri casspi to make room for cook on the roster.. our lexus ultimate highlight...goes to the "brow" pelicans center anthony davis...who throws down a monster jam... davis turning a lot of heads this season...putting his name in the mvp conversation... and with the way the nba playoff picture is shaping out in the west...who knows...the golden state warriors might have to face the 6'10 star.... anthony davis bringing you the lexus ultimate highlight... the giants and the diamondbacks are in action tonight at at&t park tonight.. but the tonight.. but the diamondbacks are without their manager... torey lovello is serving a one game suspension after getting tossed during the cardinals game last sunday... let's take a
look in at the scoreboard.. another slow night at the plate for the giants... 2- nothing diamonbacks in the fifth inning... full higlights later tonight. down in la... the athletics visiting the dodgers.. sean manaea on the hill after a solid start against the rangers.. he has 5 strikeouts through 5 innings.. the score is 3- nothing dodgers... we will have full highlights for that game as well later tonight. a's will be without boog powell for at least the next three weeks... powell had an mri and will miss action with a right knee sprain... powell stepped in for dustin fowler at center field coming into the season.. jake smolinski is in the lineup tonight against the dodgers.. khalil mack isn't worried about his next contract... multiple reports say that mack is expecting to sign a deal worth at least $65 million in guaranteed money....mack has not reached an agreement with the raiders.. it could be a deal that would put mack in the mix with other elite defenders' contracts ... and just shy of von miller's 70 million
guaranteed.. make has 13 million 846 thousand dollars in his fifth year option... that's the last part of his rookie deal... the wait may go on later into the summer.. especially with the draft up next.. and it may be a game of chess with los angeles rams' aaron donald who is waiting for a mega deal to become the highest paid defender in the nfl.. the 49ers jimmy garoppolo already received his pay day... now it's time to show and prove... the niners joe montana will forever remain the teams legendary saving grace..and montana is slow to make any absolutes... he told nfl network he thinks it's too early to tell.. after garapollo's 5 and 0 record to end last season...montana suggested to wait before crowning garapollo... he says this year will be more of an opportunity to tell what he's all about.. wise words from the goat...
a boy, bullied because of his lunchbox, decides to use it anyway... all because of what his cousin did for him.. tonight at 9 this is the corner of de haro and berry. nothing to see here right sound of a garbage truck well that wasn't the case just a few hours before however what i discovered may surprise you, i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
please keep your shoes on! stop messing with your sister! hey! hey! don't make me come back there! so? feels really good.... yeah, i'm gonna buy it. (vo) customer service that goes the extra mile. enterprise makes it easy. boy is feeling better .... after being teased at school over his new lunchbox. and it was thanks to what his adult cousin did to defend him. (grant) 10 year old ryker had been looking forward to bringing his new lunchbox to school. but when he returned home that day. he told his mom he didn't want to use it anymore. that after kids had teased him foru having it. so his mom posted on facebook about the ordeal and that's when his cousin stepped in. and took the same lunchbox to his corporate office job.
ryker's cousin said he wanted him to know self- expression is nothing to be ashamed of. by the way...within the last week amazon has sold out of ryker's lunchbox twice. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(grant)but our primetime coverage continues.vicki liviakis is here with kron 4 news at 9. ((vicki))thank you grant and pam..next at nine..relief for residents in one bay area community.following the first homicide there in six years. tonight...two suspects are in custody.where they were captured...and the very latest on the investigation next in a
live report.plus new tonight at nine...a big blue postal service mail box, gone.pulled right from the ground.now police are on the hunt for the thieves who took of with people's mail.((vicki)) plus...the clouds are moving in.our chief meteorologist tells us how long this next round of rain will stick around.keep it here...kron 4 news at nine starts right after the there's only one word for the all new
bars tonight facing murder charges for the shooting that happened here in pleasant hill over the weekend... the city's first homicide in six years...first homicide in six years... and the suspects weren't caught anywhere near the bay area...(grant)2 shot desk thanks for joining us, i'm grant lodes..(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis... in fact ... one is being held in arizona, the other in new
mexico... kron 4's ali reid joins us live from pleasant hill tonight ... how did law enforcement manage to catch up to them? from the tips they received, police say both men were from georgia and were heading back in that direction when they were taken into custody.greg perkissuse or sale of marijuana 2 suspects in custodyone in arizona the other in the state of new mexicokeith jones is from georgialuther lee of columbus georgiacoordinated with other law enforcement in other states during the traffic stop, jones got back in the vehicle and took off police believe keith jones was the shooter in saturday night's incidentpleasant hill p-d is looking to charge both men with