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now at eight (siren nat) carnage in canada: at least ten people dead ... no known motive so far,canadian police say this man drove his white van onto a crowded toronto sidewalkwhoosh"justice is relentless" another big story we are following tonight ... a 36 hour manhunt ends with the arrest of a suspect in the deadly waffle house shooting in tennessee.whoosh"we are delayed" "i got delayed twice already." "12 hour delay" southwest airline schedules engine inspections after last week's fatal explosion .. what you need to know if you're planning to fly.whoosh"she says he has been treating her really bad all week ... an east bay woman tells police she was tired of being abused. "she thinks she shot him eight to ten times,"
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(grant) chaos in canada's largest city. after a van plows through a busy toronto street -- hitting dozens of people.(grant) thank you for joining us i'm grant lodes.(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis. at least 10 people are dead, and another 16 are injuried. and a law enforcement source says the collision appears to have been deliberate.(grant)steve nannes has more on the investigation. a terrifying afternoon in downtown toronto --deputy chief peter yuen, toronto, canada: i ask the city of toronto to pray for all victims as a van crashed into people walking along the street.mos: "he just went on the sidewalk. he just started hitting everybody. he hit every single person on the sidewalk. anybody in his way, he would hit. the bus stop, everything
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got shattered. there was a lady in there i saw."one man says he followed the vehicle -- to check on the driver.mos: "i thought he had a heart attack or something. so i was trying to chase him down in a way. to catch up and see what happened. all i seen is this guy was crumbling, i mean he was going 70, 80 clicks. he's just hitting people one by one. oh man. it was a nightmare, man."officials say it will be a long investigation deputy chief peter yuen, toronto, canada: the driver is in custody right now and hes being investigated for those events that happened this afternoon witnesses say the van traveled up to a mile -- hitting anything and anyone in its way.mos: "it was a gruesome scene. it was really bad out there. i couldn't believe what i seen, man. it was like, oh man. everybody. all these people on the streets getting hit one by one. post office box getting crumbled up on people. police arrested the driver.... as crews investigate the collision mayor john tory, toronto, canada: it is a time to be as calm as we can be in the city, to understand the first responders are doing their job, especially the police. justin trudeau, canadian prime minister: our hearts go out to anyone affected we're going to obviously going to have more to learn, more to say in the coming hours."i'm steve nannes reporting. (vicki)in tennessee, the suspected waffle house killer was transferred to jail after
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a hsopital check.travis reinking was arrested 36 hours after he allegedly murdered four people and would two others at a nashville waffle house.reinking has a history of mental problems ... and lost his legal right to own a firearm.(grant)a loophole in illinois gun laws gave him access to the assault rifle he used early yesterday morning. nat 911police arriving at the waffle house found three victims dead and a three wounded ... one of those victims died at the hospital. witnesses say the shooter, identified as 29=year=old construction worker travis reinking, was wearing nothing but a green jacket. it was just really really bizarre. he had a tall thin kind of disheveled brownish blond hair and naked. he began firing in the parking lot and but when he came inside, this man, james shaw, decided to tackle him. we were kind of scuffling. i managed to get
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him with one hand on the gun. and then i grabbed it from him and threw it over the counter top. he's a hero. i mean four people died. and it could have been four times that many had not done what he did. nat following a tip this morning, officers converged on a wooded area only about one mile from the waffle house.reinking was taken into custody without resisting. "when they looked into the backpack they had - they saw a silver, kimber semiautomatic weapon with 45 caliber ammunition, a flashlight, and a holster on his person."reinking's arrest follows a string of bizarre incidents.two years ago, in his home town of morton illinois, he complained to police that he was being stalked by the singer taylor swift,last june, morton police arrested him for brandishing an a-15 assault rifle while wearing a pink dress ... and exposing himself.the next month they confiscated his four guns and revoked his firearm permit after he was charged with trespassing at the white house.under illinois law his father was given the guns ... including the assault rifle used in the waffle house shooting.now investigators want to know why the father returned the guns to his son, "all federal departments are looking at him for potential violation of federal gun laws, obviously homicide has been committed." "he could face
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charges?"":"he potentially could." (grant) former president george h-w bush is in the hospital tonight with an infection...justafter attending his wife's funeral. a family spokesperson says the 93 year old is responding to treatment...and appears to be recovering. he was admitted after an infection spread to his blood. his wife...barbara bush was laid to rest saturday in a ceremony attended by former presidents bill clinton and barack obama. (grant) after last weeks fatal engine failure that took the life of a southwest airlines passenger, the airline is now conducting engine inspections. (vicki) that's led to numerous flight delays and cancellations, but passengers seem ok with it.
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kron 4's dan kerman is live at sfo with more despite clear sunny skies at sfo monday, southwest airlines was piling up with delayssot i'm going to las vegas nevada and as of now my delay is about 30 minutesthree southwest flights were cancelled and more than 2 dozen flights were delayed at sfo monday southwest says while not all nationwide delays are related to its examination of engine fan blades, "the majority can be attributed to the inspections."sotthat's actually a good idea even if it does delay it.southwest is inspecting cfm engine fan blades on its entire fleet of 737 -700's and 800's following last tuesday's mid-air engine failure that lead to the death of a passenger. those flying southwest monday say the
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inspections are an acceptable reason for a delay.soti guess that is a pretty good idea that they inspect the engine prior to you boardingsoti think they are looking out for us by doing thatsoti'd rather be delayed than have an accidentsouthwest plans to have those inspections complete within 30 days of last tuesday's fatal engine failure and also hopes to keep delays and cancellations to a minimum during the process (grant) to the east bay... where a woman has been arrested... accused of shooting and killing her husband.tonight - we're hearing the police dispatch recordings..(vicki)it happened last night in union city... kron4's terisa estacio with more on what we're learning about the couple's past (estacio - ) it was around 10
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oclock last night when the wife - dialed 911.(take pkg) dispatcher: "she is saying she just shot her husband and (victim) is still in the room where she shot him." this from the dispatcher to police as they responded to teh scene late sunday night. dispatcher. "she says he has been treating her really bad all week." dispatcher. "she thinks she shot him 16-18 times." lt. jeff snell when you got there what did officers find?" we found man, later pronounced deceased. 2 adult women. arrest made? yes, woman was taken into custody. that woman - is said to be the victim's wife. police say they responded back in 2004 to this home, saying the husband was involved in a domestic violence case. neighbors say they heard unusually noises sunday night, like popping noises coming from the home. trish pulido has lived next door to the couple for nearly two decades. "trish pulido. it is a really unfortunate situation. we know the family, the kids, we are here for them." (estacio reporting) police tell me they adult children of the couple live out of the country and they are trying to reach them before releasing the identity of the couple, te
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(vicki)(vicki) now at 8. the clock is ticking for some homeless people living in tents on sidewalks in san francisco. that is because san francisco mayor mark farrell is taking aim at what he calls a service resistant segment of the homeless population...living in those tents. there are around 7,500 homeless people on any given day in san francisco. that is according to the city's 2017 homeless count survey. however kelly coutler of san francisco coalition on homelessness... says actually there is three times that amount of people living on the street. she says that is the real problem(sot)
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the encampments on a regular basis. i was out there this morning. people are constantly asking how they can get help. how they can get in a navigation center. we have over a thousand people waiting on the single adult shelter wait list right now and for families and with children the average wait is one hundred and eleven days. so it's not that people don't want help. we don't have resources available to people""as mayor i want to make sure that the residents of san francisco know that the streets are going to be safe for them for everybody in our city"> city officials say san francisco has given the tent encampments suffecient notice... which means city workers can start removing the tents at any time (grant) san francisco mayor mark farrel says he's hiring ten workers to clean up needles that are littering the streets. the workers will respond to complaints and visit so called "hot spots" every day of the week. public health director barbara garcia says the city will provide 750-thousand dollars to hire the new needle clean up team. she says she expects the workers could start as early as june. about 275-thousand needles are collected each month by the public health department and nonprofits... which provide syringes and safe disposal locations. (grant) to the north bay
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now ... where a hiker had to be rescued in marin county after a rattlesnake bit the hiker...several times. it happened on mount tamalpias yesterday afternoon. the victim was the victim was transported to an area hospital. with the warm weather we now have-- officials are warning people to be extra careful of rattlesnakes while hiking. coming up at eight.. a proposal that could put more ex-convicts to work in california...in positions that require a license. plus. a stunning report showing thousands of bay area buildings may be unsafe during an earthquake. and next... two children among the dead found at a home in a community just outside the bay area...what neighbors are saying tonight.
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modesto police are still searching for why it happened... but now the biggest question lingering from a triple shooting yesterday has been answered. (vicki) police say a mother shot and killed her two young sons before shooting
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herself. ken mashinchi reports on a story that's left neighbors in shock. modesto police is still searching for why it happened, but now the biggest question lingering from sundayús shooting on rancho encantando court has been answered...poli ce say 28 year old lisandra corrales shot and killed her two sons, pierre and nathan hurtado, before shooting herselfarturo arias, neighbor itús so close to home. itús very hurtful and scary at the same time.arturo arias has lived in the court for 4 years and says corrales and her boys had lived at the home for about 4 monthsarturo arias, neighbori always saw them content, the mother, the father, the first time i met him. the children i only saw them twice, but the times that i did see them, they looked happy. we didnút notice anything strange about them. they were content.arias says he didnút hear any commotion sunday morning around 1:15, when police say a family member arrived at the home and found corrales and the boys dead in the home.arturo arias, neighborunfortunately not. if i would have, i probably would
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have been more curious to what is going on and if they needed some help, try to get some help for them or anything flowers and candles sit at the front door of the home...now a quiet neighborhood is left wondering what signs they might have missed from their new neighborsariaswe all have the same questions, why? what happened? what could we have done to deter that? more friendly gatherings, something, because it really hit home, especially with the two children. devastating. very disturbing and sad. (vicki) that was ken mashichi reporting. the boys' father did not want to speak on camera but he did say that he would want the boys to know that he misses them. (vicki) more ex-convicts could be working as emergency workers and in-home caregivers under legislation proposed in sacramento. the bill would generally bar state agencies from denying professional licenses solely because the applicant has an arrest or conviction.. this is for nonviolent
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offenses. advocates say the proposal would help eight million californians to get licenses. then they could work as barbers or cosmetologists, or even provide care to the elderly. local assemblyman david chiu says the legislation is part of a national "fair chance" effort. (vicki) south bay residents can expect to see and hear more bart trains in the weeks and months ahead. (grant) as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, testing of the new system is being ramped up on the 16 mile long extension from fremont to san jose. bart is coming to the south bay and some commuters cant wait. just ask chris gullette. chris gulette/commuter '...i work at the post office in san jose and i have to commute from oakland so this will really help me..."new bart stations at berryessa and milpitas are all but complete. now, the sounds of construction are being replaced by the sounds of trains. from now on, two 3- car trains like this one will by making practice runs as vta puts the the new system to the test.
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brandi childress/vta "...once they take over the system will by run from bart's main control center, so that;s the big difference, we have yet to migrate over and when that happens late this year there will simulated 10 car trains...."there is no set schedule. but neighbors can expect to hear the test trains moving back and forth between warm springs and berryessa between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 a.m. some bart neighbors, like hillaria cabarabang got new triple pane windows to block the noise. hillaria/cabarabangrob fladeboe/san jose "...the system is ecpected to be up and runni g and carrying passengers by the end of the year. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news. 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: after a beautiful weekend it was another nice day today. highs were in day today. another nice weekend it was a beautiful karnow: after lawrence the forecast 4 news.rob fladeboe kron year. in san jose the end of the year. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news.
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now to our four zone 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 lawrence karnow: after a beautiful weekend it was another nice day today.
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highs were in the 70s and 80s with 50s near the coast. the fog and low clouds look move futher inland tonight at least inside the bay and coast while the valleys should stay mostly clear. the breeze is up near the coast if you're going out this evening. high pressure continues over california but it is starting to weaken. you can see it on the satellite image keeping the storms headed north. as the ridge weakens we will see more fog moving onshore and cooler temperatures. things get unsettled as an area of low pressure spins along the coast bringing cooler weather and a chance of showers to the state. highs tomorrow will be a little cooler with 70s and 80s in the valleys, 60s and 70s inside the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. it will be cooler on wednesday and into the weekend. there's also a slight chance of showers late in the week.
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new ahead at 8 a bear...a snake..and a shark. a man recounts attacks he's encountered with nature...and how he survived. and next. the supreme court taking up a case about online sales taxes...that has some lawmakers upset. ((gary sports tease))"coming up a little bit later in this broadcast. john lynch was supposed to talk today about the draft on thursday. instead he got reuben foster questions. we'll hear from the g.m. and also giants, a big deal tonight. they've got washington and bryce harper at home. we'll update you, in a few minutes." (grant) (grant) the issue of
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internet sales taxes is a divisive one.. so much so that the u-s supreme court is hearing a case on the issue-a case called south dakota vs wayfair.(vicki) alexandra limon reports from washington some are debating whether the supreme court or congress should decide the issue. ((ááápkgááá))the supreme court's decision to hear the online sales tax case touched a nerve with lawmakers. congressman bob goodlatte says congress has been trying to craft a law to deal fairly with state sales tax in the 21st century...rep. bob goodlatte / virginia (r)and then in the middle of that they decided they wanted to follow this case to the supreme court current law says retailers don't have to collect a state sales taxes if they don't have a physical presence in that state. alexandra limon / @alexlimonnewssome argue the current law is outdated considering the explosion of online retail and say the owners of small brick and mortar stores are paying the price, because shoppers go online instead.but senator ron wyden of oregon say it's unfair to force online retailers to collect sales taxes on every purchase.sen.
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ron wyden / oregon (d)the reality now is that there are thousands and thousands of individual taxing jurisdictions.different tax jurisdictions have in some cases conflicting tax laws senator wden says complying would be especially tough for small e-commerce busineses and start-ups.sen. ron wyden / oregon (d)i am going to pull out all the stops as i have since i came to the senate, to protect them from discriminatory taxes and audits that would consume enormous amounts of time.wyden represents a state that is home to many online businesses and digital developers. sen ron wydenthe supreme court has long said that digital is different.this is an unusual case-where liberal democrat wyden and conservative republican goodlatte agreethey both hope the supreme court leaves current law unchangedso congress can find a solution. in washington alexandra limon.
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coming up at eight.. a texas woman shot and killed...after what she allegeldy refused to do when a man asked her. plus. a proposal causing outrage in colorado... over a push to punish teachers with jail time....for striking. and next. a stunning report about the bay area cities behind on building safety for earthquakes. ((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. fearless is a wild animal.
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crazy enough to believe it can change the world. fearless is resilient enough to suffer the slings and arrows - and come out stronger. fearless reads the rules, understands the limitations, listens to the naysayers - and then goes ahead and does it anyway. you know what we make. fearless makes us who we are. (vicki) a startling new
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report says thousands of buildings in the bay area could collapse during a major earthquake. (grant) san francisco, oakland and san jose are all falling behind on efforts to make buildings safer. kron4's lydia pantazes explains. a newspaper analysis finds the san francisco bay area is falling behind on efforts to retrofit buildings that are vulnerable to collapse during a major earthquake.the los angeles times reports sunday that there are up to 3,000 brittle concrete buildings in san francisco, yet the city doesn't have a list of where they are located. the building type is one of the deadliest in quakes.across the bay in oakland, there are nearly 2,000 possibly vulnerable wood- frame apartment buildings at risk of collapse in a seismic event - and there is no law to require them to be fixed. and the newspaper says san jose doesn't even have a list of its more than 1,000 apartment buildings thought to be at risk.the times says southern california cities have taken
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the lead statewide in seismic safety requirements. (vicki) teachers from the evergreen school district in san jose are protesting their latest contract proposal. hundreds of educators picketed in front of their schools this morning... before heading into the classroom. thay want to avoid going on strike... but are trying to send a message... that taking a paycut is not an option. there are over 500 teachers working in the evergreen school district they say they been working since last may without a contract. some have to find other jobs to care of their own families. < "i've already spoken to other teachers who have already put in applications to other districts because they can't afford to live here anymore". "we try to make the cuts to least impact the students directly. that's an ongoing process and that hangs over negotiations and we understand the teachers are looking for the best deal they can get.">(vicki)(vicki) there is no threat of a
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strike for the remaining of the school year but there could be one in the fall... if teachers don't agree on a deal. (steve) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: after a beautiful weekend it was another nice day today. highs were in the 70s and 80s with 50s near the coast. the fog and low clouds look move futher inland tonight at least inside the bay and coast while the valleys should stay mostly clear. the breeze is up near the coast if you're going out this evening. high pressure continues over california but it is starting to weaken. you can see it on the satellite image keeping the storms headed north. as the ridge weakens we will see more fog moving onshore and cooler temperatures. things get
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unsettled as an area of low pressure spins along the coast bringing cooler weather and a chance of showers to the state. highs tomorrow will be a little cooler with 70s and 80s in the valleys, 60s and 70s inside the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. it will be cooler on wednesday and into the weekend. there's also a slight chance of showers late in the week. (grant) a man houston is accused of fatally shooting a woman... over a cell phone. (vicki) neighbors heard gunshots... week.late in the of showers slight chance of showers late in the week. (grant) a houston man is accused
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of fatally shooting a woman... over a cell phone. (vicki) neighbors heard gunshots... and found the woman on the sidewalk. one of the
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neighbors tried saving her life by doing c-p-r... but it was too late. neighbors say her mother and son were there as witnesses. police believe the suspect, dondrik flagg asked to use her cell phone... after she refused he dragged her from her car and shot her. the man allegedly tossed the gun during the escape but police say they later found him and the gun. flagg was charged with capital murder. (grant) a colorado state lawmaker wants to fine teachers or send them to jail for going on strike. go on a strike-- get locked up... that's how republican state senator bob gardner's proposed bill would punish teachers for leaving their job. gardner says the recent teacher strikes across the country... pushed him to bring his proposal to the capitol. if passed...the bill would fine or put a teacher in jail for up to six months..the bill also allows for districts to immediately terminate the teacher without a hearing.(sot)
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children in their classroom. and they are expected to teach school and not to bring political positions and views into the classroom.">(grant) while some government officals are backing the law ...the bill is prompting outrage from those in the education community... who say it violates freedom of speech. still ahead at 8 a restaurant worker being called a hero for helping police. how he spotted a customer who was wanted for murder. plus. there is an art to buying plane tickets....according to a new study...we'll tell you the best times to buy...and fly. and next. a passenger forcibly removed from a plane...what he did and said that set off the physical confrontation with police. (vicki) and a programming note-- there is a california gubernatorial debate this sunday-- april 29th. and we will air the debate live right here on kron four. that is this sunday night at 5:30. (vicki)
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to move california forward, we need to help more californians get ahead. that's why antonio villaraigosa brought both parties together to balance the state budget with record investments in public schools... and new career training programs. as mayor of la, he brought police and residents together to get illegal guns off the streets and keep kids out of gangs, and on the right path.
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that's antonio villaraigosa. a governor for all of california. (vicki) a disturbing situation
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on a flight in miami, florida was caught on camera (grant) a man was forcibly removed from the airplane after getting into a fight with another passenger. authorities say 28-year-old jacob garcia...had been rude to a couple on the flight headed to chicago. after the suspet was asked to move to a different seat by flight attendants...he started using racial slurs...prompting the flight attendants to call police. once officers arrived...they say they were forced to use a taser on garcia to remove him from the plane. (sot) garcia was arrested on charges including battery... disorderly conduct and resisting an officer.
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(vicki) new tonight at 8. the search for a murder suspect has finally ended. 56-year-old lois reiss (reece) of minnesota is accused of killing her husband before traveling to florida to kill a woman and steal her identity. (grant) now a restaurant worker in texas is being hailed as a hero for calling authorities when he spotted her thursday. nicole valdes reports. natsgeorge higgenbottom/ale rted authorities to suspect: "you never know what people got in their minds."george higgenbottom has called dirty al's his second home for 13 years.and knows almost everyone who walks through the door -- by name.thursday night, his eyes drifted towards a new face --one he recognized for a different reason.george higgenbottom/ale rted authorities to suspect: "he asked her how many people, and she said 'no, no, i'm just looking at the menu. and i'm looking at her and i said i know this is the lady."from up above -- surveillance cameras captured higgenbottom's suspicion.the woman who walked in was wanted for murder. george higgenbottom/alerted authorities to suspect:"she was enjoying herself. she always had a smile on her face, like it's just unreal for a person who was supposed to be on the run, she wasn't
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acting like that."he says lois riess only spent a few minutes inside -- then walked right back out and drove off.but it only took seconds for george to get on the phone with federal agents.george higgenbottom/alerted authorities to suspect:"you need to get over here and check it out."not 30 minutes later, u-s marshals had riess in cuffs just across the road at the sea ranch restaurant. natstim jimenez/customer:"when i heard that she got caught here, i was like that's crazy, of all places."customers like tim jimenez say the news encouraged them to visit --and meet the man who helped put an end to a violent streak.tim jimenez/customer:"wow, it's a real life hero."but higgenbottom says the most rewarding moment came well after the arrest.george higgenbottom/alerted authorities to suspect:"she thanked me. she thanked me"a call from murder victim pamela hutchinson's cousin -- ellen watts.george higgenbottom/tip ped off authorities:"she told me she has closure. she wants to send me a thank you note -- a card. you know, i can't wait 'til i get it." (vicki) reiss is charged
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with second-degree murder with a firearm, grand theft of a motor vehicle, criminal use of personal identification, and another count of grand theft. in sports... in sports... 49ers g-m john lynch explains why the team has not acted yet on the reuben foster domestic violence situation... and the warriors are back in the bay... still looking to close out the spurs... gary has the coach's reaction to their sub-par game-four performance... and all the sports... coming up next at 8 bitten by a rattlesnake...a shark...and attacked by a bear. one man's incredible stories of survival after his brushes with danger.
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(grant) a man bitten by a shark while surfing in hawaii is no stranger to animal stranger to animal attacks. the 20-year-old from colorado has also survived bites from a bear and a snake.(vicki) kristin haubrich spoke with him about his unusual outdoor encounters. a warning to viewers -- some of the details and photos he shares are graphic. dylan mcwilliams/attacked:"it was like my adrenaline was rushing."20-year-old dylan mcwilliams was surfing off the
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hawaiian island of kauai last thursday -- when he said a tiger shark -- six to seven- feet long chomped down on his leg. "i felt something hit my leg and looked down and there was blood all around me in the water and then i saw a shark underneath me and i started kicking at it."frantically, he started paddling -- still about fifty yards from shore. "the scary part was swimming back. i don't know where the shark is, i'm a ways from shore, so i just was swimming for my life."a good samaritan called 9-1-1 and paramedics rushed to stitch up his leg. but, it's an all too familiar situation.mcwilliams can still feel the puncture wounds on his head from a bear attack less than a year ago."i heard a crunch. that's what i remember."he was camping in boulder county when awoke to a black bear biting down on his head. he started kicking and punching to escape."he dragged me like 10 to 15 feet i think -- around somewhere in there. i just was fighting back as hard as i could."and his crazy encounters with the animal kingdom don't end there. arguably, the least severe of the three -- mcwilliams was hiking in utah a few years ago when he was bitten by a rattlesnake."i think i consider myself lucky in
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unlucky situations."narrowly escaping danger multiple times now, mcwilliams plans to buy a lottery ticket--and is crossing his fingers that this latest attack will be the last. "i start thinking about it -- like so much has happened to me. hopefully i'll make it to 50 years old." (grant)mcwilliams said he hopes to someday write a book about his encounters. after laying an egg in san anontio yesterday... the
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warriors were back in the bay area and focused on closing out the spurs tomorrow night at oracle arena... klay thompson... was having a brilliant series... but stuggled in game 4... shooting 4-of-16 and scoring only 12 points draymond green... had 18 rebounds and 5 assists... but also had 5 of the warriors 16 turnovers quinn cook... started for curry in the regular season ... but has come off the bench in the playoffs thus far head coach steve kerr... on head coach steve kerr... on the sub-par performance yesterday...(sot: kerr & thompson) "if you look at the nature of those games last year in the early rounds, we pounded teams in the first quarter of game-fours with a killer instinct. and they needed to be reminded of that, so i take the blame as well."
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as for the other nba playoffs... rockets-t'wolves game 4... james harden and company up 2 games to 1 over karl anthony towns and minnesota... 2nd quarter... towns with the dunk inside... he had 22 points and 15 rebounds... 1-point game at halftime 3rd quarter... harden takes over... he outscored thhe entoire timblerwoles team in the quarter 22-20 to blow it oen... a 50-point quarter for the rockets... harden finished with 36 points... chris paul added 25 final score... 119-100 houston... the rockets lead the series 3-1... game 5 wednesday in houston the giants... hosting bryce harper and the washington nationals... right now... lots of seats available
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in texas for the rangers'-a's game... (17,060 "paid")) bottom 4th... 3-1 a's... robinson chirinos... hits a hanging trevor cahill breaking pitch deep to left... the 2-run homer ties the game ... 3-3 top 9th... first pitch... marcus semien...big blast to left off kevin jepsen... and it is way out... 4-3 a's... and this would be a big inning for them four batter later... matt chapman... a other deep drive to left... this one is off the wall... jed lowrie scores... 5-3 a's... they scored 6 times in the 9th! final score... the a's win their 7th of 8 games... 9-4... they are now over .500 at 12-11
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the nfl draft starts this thursday... the 49ers and the raiders with the 9th and 10th picks in the first rounds respectively... but the biggest topic for the 49ers remains reuben foster... who is in the midst of a domestic violence case... he is accused of draggin his girlfriend an d punchng her in the head... leaving her with a ruptured eardrum niners general manager john lynch confirmed the pbvious today... that if foster is found guily of the charges he will be cut by the team... foster was one of two 49ers 1st round draft picks last year and had a stellar rookie season despite his statements that foster would no longer be a part of the team if guilty... lynch also re-team's positiion to wait until the facts cpome out and the process is complete... (sot: lynch) 'we don't have all the information. i think that's where we're at. i know that's not, everyone looks at that and says, 'wait, the d.a. has levied charges. how is that not enough information?' i would tell you that each one of these cases is unique and in tis case we don't feel like we have that information, and so we're gonna wait and let this thing play out."
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the raiders made a pre- draft move today... they have picked up the 5th year on receiver amari cooper's rookie contract today... cooper... who will be going into his fourth nfl season... was the team's 4th pick in the first round of te 2015 draft he was great his first two years in the league... but slumped last season along with the rest of the team... with only 680 receiving yards and 7 touchdown catches... as well as injury problems cooper will make $13.9 2019... and assuming hid production is better... should be in line for a long-term deal soon and how about some steph curry news that doesn't concern his injured knee?... sony pictures entertainment has announced a deal with
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curry to produce television... film... and possibly gaming projects... curry and the company he has co-founded... "unanimous media"... curry said he wants to use the deal "to affect the world positively." next at 8. a new study reveals the best time to buy plane tickets...when you can score the best deals. tonight at 9 i see you flipped a u-turn here (yea) what's the one important rule in a business district (what's the one important rule in the business district?) when you're driving in the business district what's the one important rule (i'm not quite sure) the one important rule many divers claim to have very little knowledge of i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
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(grant) there's an art to buying a plane ticket.a new study shows the ásweet spot for buying low priced airfare. (vicki) cheap-air-dot-com crunched the numbers for its 2018 annual airfare study -- and found no real
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difference when you ábuy the flight. meaning you can find a deal any day of the week. but there is a difference áwhen you fly. you'll find cheaper flights if you travel on a tuesday or wednesday. the most expensive day of the week to fly is sunday. opting for a wednesday flight over a sunday one will save you -- on average -- 76 bucks per ticket. (vicki) tonight our own pam moore hosted the goldman environmental prize ceremony in san francisco.(grant) the awards recognize environmentalists...who were honored in tonight. seven people were recognized. the goldman environmental prize is the world's largest award for grassroots environmental activists. from the u-s to colombia... france.. the philippines and more...the winners worked to protect the earth's oceans...stop lead poisoning of children in the philippines... protect south africa from nuclear waste. and eliminate carbon dioxide emissions in vietnam. congratulations to all the (grant) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(vicki) but
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here is what we are tracking for kron-4 news at 9.(vicki) a deadly van attack in canada's largest city... 10 are dead tonight and that death toll could rise. what police are saying about this "deliberate" strike... and hear people describe the scene.(grant) plus. a young girl walking around san bruno in distress found by police. how officers learned she was being human trafficked... and how that landed the two people responsible behind bars.. ,all the new details coming up in a live report. (grant) i'm grant lodes.(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis...the (vicki) now at 9.
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ten are dead. more than 15 hospitalized. following what police are saying is a deliberate attack on pedestrians in toronto. (vicki) thank you for joining us i'm vicki liviakis. (grant) and i'm grant lodes. tonight police are searching for a motive behind attack. but we do know the driver is in custody and is being questioned.(vicki)
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steve nannes has more on the investigation and the chaos during the attack. a terrifying afternoon in downtown toronto --deputy chief peter yuen, toronto, canada: i ask the city of toronto to pray for all victims as a van crashed into people walking along the street.mos: "he just went on the sidewalk. he just started hitting everybody. he hit every single person on the sidewalk. anybody in his way, he would hit. the bus stop, everything got shattered. there was a lady in there i saw."one man says he followed the vehicle -- to check on the driver.mos: "i thought he had a heart attack or something. so i was trying to chase him down in a way. to catch up and see what happened. all i seen is this guy was crumbling, i mean he was going 70, 80 clicks. he's just hitting people one by one. oh man. it was a nightmare, man."officials say it will be a long investigation deputy chief peter yuen, toronto, canada: the driver is in custody right now and hes being investigated for those events that happened this afternoon witnesses say the van traveled up to a mile -- hitting anything and anyone in its way.mos: "it was a gruesome scene. it was really bad out there. i couldn't believe what i seen, man. it was like, oh man. everybody. all these people on the streets getting hit one by one. post office box getting crumbled up on people. police arrested the driver.... as

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