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now at eight .... breaking news in the south bay" a quiet neighborhood is the scene of san jose's thirteenth homicide of the year,whooshnat demonstrations in the east bay as congress dithers on immigration and the first lady raises eyebrows after a visit to the border.whooshpg&e reveals the whopping size of the fine it expects from last year's north bay fireswhoosh high school athletes in the east bay devastated by a robbery (ken)(ken) breaking news out of the south bay at 8, a quiet neighborhood shaken up by a deadly shooting. thank you for joining us i'm ken wayne.(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis in for pam moore. police say it's the city's 13-th homicide of the year. this happened in on misty glen court near brodie drive in san jose. that's where we find kron-4's gayle ong. she joins us live...gayle do we know why this happened.
this is still an active investigation police have this area blocked off.i spoke with relatives on the scene they say the victim was a man in his 50'she lived here with his wife and three children.they also say there were no signs of any domestic violence situations. this is a total shock as you can imagine. here's video from earlier san jose police got the call just before 1:30this afternoon a call of a shooting in the 3600 block of misty glen court in san jose.that's where they found a man inside a hime suffering from at least one gunshot wound. he died at the scene. it's not clear what the motive is at this pointthere are no arrests i did speak to neighbors here and you'll hear from them later on kron 4 news at 9. for now that is the very latest information we havelive in san jose gayle ong kron 4 news
(vicki) a big story we're following. as the house fails to pass an immigration bill in congress today. the first lady is stirring controversy not with what she said...but what she wore today. (ken) the house is now expected to vote next week on the most robust pieces of immigration legislation in more than a decade. the vote comes in the wake of president trump's executive order to keep families who illegally cross into the united states together, while the first lady makes a surprise visit to the border. (vicki) camila bernal is at the southern border in mcallen texas with more. flotus "i'm here to learn about your facility and which i know you house children on a long term basis. and i also
like to ask you how i can help to these children to reunite with their families as quickly as possible."first lady melania trump makes a surprise visit to a border facility today.thanking workers at the facility for their hard work, compassion and kindness but also bringing some controversy to texas by traveling in a jacket that reads 'i don't really care do u?' the first lady's spokesperson saying "it's a jacket. there was no hidden message."in the meantime -- thousands of children remain separated from their parents.as the immigration controvery also playing out in congress. representatives focused on two bills that would overhaul the flotus "i'm here to learn about your facility and which i know you house children on a long term basis. and i you how i can help to these children to reunite with their families as quickly as possible."first lady melania trump makes a surprise visit to a border facility today.thanking workers at the facility for their hard work, compassion and kindness but also some controversy to texas by traveling in a jacket that reads 'i don't really care do u?' the first lady's spokesperson saying "it's a jacket. there was no hidden message."in the meantime -- thousands of children remain separated from their parents. as the immigration controvery also playing out in congress. representatives focused on two bills that would overhaul the immigration system.sot paul ryan"these are good ideas that
are ultimately going to show a way forward."former homes -- like this one have been converted into federal facilities to house the kids. sot trump: "frankly we have to house them and should be taking good care of them and then we should return them back home." although president trump signed an executive order to keep families together while detained-- we still don't know when parents and children who have already been separated will be reunited.in mcallen, texas -- i'm camila bernal. (ken) more on the controversy surrounding melania trump's jacket . the graffiti lettering on the back of the 39 dollar zara jacket reads "i really don't care. do u?" melania trump wasn't wearing the jacket when she landed in mcallen, texas to tour the facility. but she put it on again as she deplaned back at andrews air force base after the trip. her team insisted the jacket didn't have any hidden message. (vicki) but the president says it did have a message. and it was for the media. he tweeted out the message was quote "refers to the fake news media. melania has learned how dishonest they are, and she truly no longer cares!" (ken) more than 100 people lined walnut creek's ygnacio valley road to protest
the separation of families at the border. some drivers honked their approval...as protesters waved a wide range of signs. protesters told us the president's executive order doesn't change anything because there are children who have already been separated. demonstrators say they will continue to protest until they see some substantial changes from the trump administration. (vicki) and new tonight at 8. in the east bay, morning commuters along i-80 in emeryville may have spotted an unusual sign(ken) that after overnight vandals altered a "got junk" billboard hoping to send a message to president donald trump. kron 4's charles clifford has details. well, the billboard in question has made quite the stir on thursday and the people responsible are claiming credit. they also made a video about it.nats overnight between wedneday and thursday, members of the annoymous group indicline, vandalized this billboard along shellmond street in emeryville. what was a 1800 got junk billboard that said "we make junk dissapaer" was turned into a sign the read " we make kids dissappear". a
quote then attricuted sarcastically to ice, or the u.s. immigraion and customs enforcement. indicline also recorded the entire caper and posted this video online.on thursday afternoon, kron 4 reached out to indicline for comment, but they declined our request for an on camera interview. the group did release a statement saying, "this project is in direct response to president trump's dedication to inhuman and blatantly racist practices and policies surrounding immigration, specifically, his willingness to inflict trauma on young children and families under the his banner of xenophobia."this is apparently not the first time indicline has tried to send a message to president trump. the groups also claims responsiblity for the nake trump statues that popped up around the country back in 2016. one of which was displayed in san francisco. back in emeryville, the vandalized billboard was removed by thursday afternoon.finally, it's unclear if the perpatrators will face any sort of penalty for vandalizing the sign. in emeryville, charles clifford kron 4 news.
(vicki) now to the financial penalty p-g& e may have to pay for its role in last fall's north bay firestorm.(ken) the utility said today it expects to pay at least two-point-five- billion dollars...and that number could end up being much higher.(cross) grant lodes is tracking this story....and p-g&-e is facing hundreds of lawsuits. (grant) more than two hundred lawsuits against the utility to date... and p-g&e is warning investors...it could be on the hook for 10 billion dollars or more...some experts predicting maybe 15 million dollars. the main reason for that...cal fire has yet to say what started the devastating tubbs fire which destroyed nearly five thousand of homes in santa rosa. if cal fire is culpable in that fire too...it's liability will soar. investogators have already concluded that p-g&e equipment triggered 10 northern california wildfires last fall. they've said the utility violated code when if did not maintain its equipment and did not clear
brush from power lines. 18 people died in the firestorm...and for fokls who survived but whose lives have been altered forever...they want accountability. robert heidingsfelder,lost home in tubbs fire. the need to take responsibility, so many loss so much. my home, everything is gone. we built it 13 years ago, and everything is gone. (grant) fire investigators fire (grant)(grant) fire investigators say the utility violated code when if did not maintain its equipment and did not clear brush from power lines. pge said in a statement today, in part, quote: "years of extreme heat dead trees new normal that requires new (vicki) now to our (vicki) now to our four zone forecast(ken) summer is here...and with it ..some extreme temperatures. kron 4 chief meteorologist
lawrence karnow is with a warning of what's ahead lawrence karnow: temperatures started to heat up to day as high pressure moved overhead. hot 90s could be found in some of the valleys with cool 50s and fog at the coast. tonight will stay mostly clear with only a patch or two of fog right at the coast. offshore winds will develop overnight. fire danger will be elevated friday through sunday. on the satellite you can see the dome of high pressure building over california. highs on friday will reach triple digits inland with 60s and 70s near the coast and 80s and 90s around the bay. saturday will be the hottest of the heat wave with more highs in the hundreds. by sunday we could see some fog return late in the day near the coast and temperatures will start to cool. it will be much cooler on monday with patchy low clouds and fog, more hot weather could come late next week. (vicki) new at 8.
while it is not clear who stole thousands of dollars worth of baseball equipment from an oakland volunteer baseball league it is clear, that people are stepping up to help replace all the missing equipment.(ken) kron 4's justine waldman tells us the thieves may have tried to ruin the field, but they are not ruining the baseball season. nat they cut all of them and pulled everything outsomething seemed foul to paul mankin when he arrived to volunteer on the diamond at rickey henderson field in temescal tuesday morning to get it ready for little league games... the sight of a hole in the fence and sawed off locks, and made his heart sink. sot it looked like they were here for almost 7 hours going through our containers and figuring out what is is they wanted to take and put it all together and hauled it out in one big haulthe thieves took almost $15,000 worth of baseball and soccer equipment from storage units.anything from cleats to uniforms to law mowers and the remote for the scoreboard.it is a place that has served thousands of oakland kids over the last decade.sot stealing from kids and stealing from our community is just not going to workjustine waldman su since the theft, people have stepped up to the plate, and donated
thousands of dollars. turning this negative situation into a positive one.sot it is not often you get to experience that generositya gofundme page has allowed regular people contribute.now the a's have donated $5,000 - with president dave kaval tweeting it is to help get the kids back on the fields.then came a $5,000 donation from wells fargo bank.and another $5,000 from honda of oakland.the donations are enough to replace what the thieves stole. sot this field has helped kids stay in school and graduate some of those kids went on to college we want to keep this going and it matters a lot to methe kindness has renew mankin's faith in people...now the volunteers will figure out how to improve security so the kids can play ball..in oakland justine waldman kron 4 news.
(ken) you can find more information about the go-fund me page at kron-4 dot com. coming up at eight.. why the death of a protected great white shark is now being classified as criminal plus. thousands of children being held in detention centers across the u-s . why homeland security says they might not be ready to let them go. and next. a woman kidnapped by a man who threatened her life. where it happened and how she got away.
(vicki) happening now - a warning from police... after a young woman narrowly escaped a kidnapping attempt. (ken) it happened in broad daylight yesterday...not far from san francisco's pier 39. kron4's maureen kelly explains how the victim was able to get away. (pkgpolice say the brazen attack happened here as the victim was walking home, headed westbound on bay street
just past kearny.it was 430 in the afternoon wednesday....w hen the 21 one year female victim was approached by the male suspect who got out a parked sedan. police say the stranger demanded the woman come with him, and threatened to kill her if she didn't comply. at first she backed away, but then he pulled out a handgun so she got in the car. he drove off.....but a few blocks away on the corner of stockton and francisco his phone buzzed. he stopped the car....and she got out ran home and called for help. this area is just blocks away from the popular tourist attraction pier 39. some who live and work around here are rattled by this crime. it's pretty scary that happened on our street and i work right here and i walked on the street all the time so it's pretty scary that it happened just in broad daylight it is safe it is safe i've been here 40 years and i know there are some bad people there are some bad people in the bay area i'm just glad she was able i'm just glad she was able to get away from the bad guy but others say this street....which is bordered by the north point water pollution control plant on both sides of the street is a magnet for crime....since there is every little interface between the municipal buildings and the
sidewalks. every day when i walk at lunchtime when there's 4five piles of glass where people have broken into cars it's amazing here there's homeless people that live over there you see them coming with backpacks yo you wonder what the hell they're caring and people are parked here so i don't look like their uber drivers some of them do look kind of shady so this is a funny type neighborhood they need more police in here police says is encouraging anyone with information on this crime to call or text their anonymous tip line....that information has been posted to our website, kron4-dot com. maureen kelly kron4 news. (ken) two san francisco construction workers say they were fired from their job site...for bringing claims of racial discrimination to their employer. now they are filing a lawsuit. we want to warn you ...some of the images are disturbing. this is video of three black baby dolls hanging by their necks inside a portable toilet. it allegedly happened at clark construction group at 250 howard street. the workers say that wasn't
all they found. they claim there were also racial slurs scrawled around the facility. (ken)environment"> (ken) a representive from clark construction group sent kron4 a statement regarding these allegations which reads in part: "when clark was made aware of incidents on the 250 howard street job site, we swiftly notified law enforcement and have cooperated with both bigge crane and law enforcement in their investigation. additionally, we took further steps to ensure that the hundreds of individuals who work on the 250 howard street job were made aware that harassment is not and will not be tolerated" (vicki) the death of a great white shark has now
turned into a criminal investigation in santa cruz county. the carcass of a nearly 500-pound shark was found sunday on beer can beach in aptos. experts said the shark appeared healthy except for what might have been gashes and scars made by its prey, sea lions. but... the department of fish and game says it's launched a criminal probe based on results of a necropsy. those results were ánot released. great whites are a protected species under both state and federal law. (ken) she is gone but the world will not soon forget "koko," the gorilla. whose mastering of sign language and other amazing feats touched millions of lives around the world. "koko" died in her sleep on tuesday at the gorilla foundation sanctuary in the santa cruz mountains. the gorilla had learned to sign more than a thousand words. she was 46. 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: temperatures started to heat up to day as high pressure moved overhead. hot 90s could be found in some of the valleys with cool 50s and fog at the coast. tonight will stay mostly clear with only a patch or two of fog right at the coast. offshore winds will develop overnight. fire danger will be elevated friday through sunday. on the satellite you can see the dome of high pressure building over california. highs on friday will reach triple digits inland with 60s and 70s near the coast and 80s and 90s around the bay. saturday will be the hottest of the heat wave with more highs in the hundreds. by sunday we could see some fog return late in the day near the coast and temperatures will start to cool. it will be much cooler on monday with patchy low clouds and fog, more hot weather could come late next week. week.late next could come late next week.
new ahead at 8 a jogger recalls the terrifying moments she was nearly kidnapped...the advice she now has for others. plus. why your online shopping bill could soon be higher. ((gary sports tease))coming up a little bit later in this broadcast we got the fallout of that giants bean ball session with miami, we'll let you know who got tagged. also the warriors have the 28th pick who did they select? we have a few stories a few laughs coming up ((ken))here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine... ....at nine (vicki) (vicki) a big
story wee following people may soon pay a little more to shop online. the supreme court decided today states can force online retailers to collect sales taxes.(ken) washington correspondent alexandra limon reports on the decision and what it meas for small businesses. online retialer wayfair lost the supreme court battle over whether they can be required to collect state sales taxes. president trumpa lot of states and cities now are going to be benefitting from whats going on.but not everyone agrees with president trump that this supreme court decisionis a good thingsteve del bianco / president & ceo, netchoicethis supreme court ruling is going to create chaos for small business all across america.
steve del bianco president & ceo, netchoice an e commcerce trade association.. says small online businesses and startups will have the burden of complying with thousands of different tax codes around the countrysteve del biancothe supreme court has upended the apple cart and dumped the apples all over main street america.alexandra limon the supreme court justices sided with south dakota ruling the state should be able to require online retailers to collect state sales taxes even if the business doesnt have a physical presence in that state saying the previous rules were outdated in an e- commerce era.those previous rules were based on a previous supreme court case senator heitkamp litigated for north dakota.sen. heidi heitkampwe expect that this will be billions of dollars of revenue back to the states.senator heitkamp argues the decision will actually benefit small businesses, especially brick and mortar stores on main street.sen. heidi heitkampthey provide that direct employment in those communities, they deserve to have a level playing field.this supreme court case stemmed from a south dakota law that applies to businesses doing more than 100-thousand dollars in business or more than 200 transactions in their state. but the supreme court decision applies nationwide. in washington alexandra limon. coming up at eight..
coming up at coming up at eight.. the f-b-i says the number of reports of sexual assaults on flights is growing "at an alarming rate"......and the number of cases may be higher than they even know. plus. a warning for parents buying summer toys for kids. those labeled the most unsafe in a new report. and next. thousands of children being held in 17 states. what we are learning about the conditions of the detention centers. ((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. my name is cynthia haynes and i am a senior public safety specialist for pg&e.
my job is to help educate our first responders on how to deal with natural gas and electric emergencies. everyday when we go to work we want everyone to work safely and come home safely. i live right here in auburn, i absolutely love this community. once i moved here i didn't want to live anywhere else. i love that people in this community are willing to come together to make a difference for other people's lives. together, we're building a better california.
dog: seresto, seresto, seresto. jake... seresto, seresto, seresto. whatever your dog brings home to you, it shouldn't be fleas and ticks. seresto gives your dog 8 continuous months of flea and tick protection in an easy-to-use, non-greasy collar. seresto, seresto, seresto. ohh no, jake. seresto. 8 month - seresto, seresto, seresto. (ken) journalists are being
greeted by closed doors and firm refusals when they seek access to detention sites for children detained after trying to enter the country illegally. tonight we are learning more about the uncertain future for thousands of detainees, some as young as a few months. president trump's executive order opens a path for more than two=thousand children separated from their families in recent weeks,(vicki) that's only a fraction of the kids who are housed in dozens of facilities around the country.but as grant lodes shows us, some of those camps are filled beyond capacity. they are experiencing mental health challenges and trauma because of the separation. there's also physical health challenges new york city's bill de blasio part of a group of mayors from across the country allowed into a tent city for children separated from their families.
for the public, the only access is from above ... this image shows the at a federal facility outside texas with newly erected shelters to handle the spike in child detainees. "some have lice some have bed bugs chicken pox all sorts of contagious situations."across the united states, the federal government is responsible for the care of more than 11=thousand migrant children in about 100 shelters.children taken from their parents at the southern u-s border are being placed in detention centers in at least 17 states as far away as michigan and virginia new york mayor deblasio says more than 2=hundred children are being held in the middle of manhattan. "we had gotten no notification from the u.s. government that children were being sent there from 2,000 miles away. i went to visit a classroom. about 30 or 40 young children from guatemala, separated from their mothers or parents trying to make sense of the to make sense of this situation. it's appalling."according to health and human services, the vast majority of the children coming across the border, are unaccompanied. "their parents have sent them here or they've come of their own volition to the u.s.dhs secretary kirsten neilsen says some of the child detainees may be criminals. they're already recruited into a gang because that was the only way they could survive the travel. so this is not
only a humanitarian issue from that perspective but we have what we just said - 10 known suspected terrors that we know of trying to travel here a day - as you say we see terrorist propaganda of how to bring weapons across our border. (vicki) if you're heading to the airport, the f-b-i wants you to "be aware." investigators say they're seeing a growing number of sexual assault cases on commercial airline flights. andrew spencer reports. when it comes to sexual assault on commercial flights, the f-b-i wants people to know there are resources in place to help the victims...renee murrell, victim specialist fbi: "...real tangible things, like, 'i'll get you home. we'll worry about your car. i'll help you with that.' talking to their families, who may not know or who they may not want to know, because with sexual assault cases, it's so personal."the f-b-i says the number of reports of sexual assault is growing "at an alarming rate."a 66-percent increase in cases opened by the f-b-i from 2014 to 2017:
up from 38 investigations of midair sexual assault to 63. ...and the agency said on wednesday that the actual number of cases could be much higher.david rodski, fbi special agent: "every assault is different. every circumstance is. there's not a specific profile. it's male on female; female on male. age range."many of the assaults happen on flights when the cabin is dark, and the victim is asleep.brian nadeau, fbi baltimore: "offenders will often test their victims, sometimes brushing up against them to see how they react or if they wake up."the agency launched a campaign earlier this year: "be air aware"... ...asking for people to come forward, if they may have been victims. i'm andrew spencer, reporting (vicki) new evidence suggests a common virus may play a role in who develops alzheimer's. researchers say they've found strong evidence to suggest two strains of the human herpes virus may contribute to the disease. the researchers looked at data on 622 brains from people with signs of the disease and 322
from people who did not seem to be affected by it. the brains with alzheimer's had levels of the herpes virus that were up to twice as high as in people who did not have the disease. this particular set of herpes viruses is common. research shows about 90-percent of adults have been exposed to the herpes virus by age 50. not all of them will go on to develop dementia. (ken) today is the first official day of summer... and while warm weather means fun outside.... it can also mean more dangers for kids. the consumer safety group "world against toys causing harm," or "watch" has released its list of top ten "summer safety traps." topping the list - water baoon slingshots, which the group says have the potential to cause face or eye injury. lawn darts -- even though they are blunted - were number two on the list. the third most dangerous item listed -- low-riding wheeled toys, such as plastic tricycles. the danger there is that motorists often have trouble seeing them in driveways and near roads.
the list also included backyard pools, all terrain vehicles, bounce houses, and toys with small parts. (ken) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(vicki) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: temperatures started to heat up to day as high pressure moved overhead. hot 90s could be found in some of the valleys with cool 50s and fog at the coast. tonight will stay mostly clear with only a patch or two of fog right at the coast. offshore winds will develop overnight. fire danger will be elevated friday through sunday. on the satellite you can see the dome of high pressure building over california. highs on friday will reach triple digits inland with 60s and 70s near the coast and 80s and 90s around the bay. saturday will be the hottest of the heat wave with more highs in the hundreds. by sunday we could see some fog return late in the day near the coast and temperatures will start to cool. it will be much cooler
(ken) the t-s-a released photos of a phony bomb yesterday that shut down a security checkpoint at chicago's o'hare airport for twenty minutes last week. take a look at this fake improvised explosive device pulled from a traveler's carry-on bag. the t-s-a probably knew right away the decoy strapped to an old sears clock radio and a fake wooden clock with painted-on hands wasn't real. but when x- ray monitors detect possible explosives, a specialist must respond before the bag can
even be opened. the t-s-a also discovered 78 firearms in carry-on bags at airports around the country last week. (vicki) a man is recovering tonight... after his car fell off a cliff and into a tree. the incident happened last night in the santa cruz mountains. there a 60-year-old driver plunged into a nearly 50 foot embankment near locust and aldercroft heights authorities say the driver is lucky to be alive...and that the tree actually saved his life...by helping break the long fall. he was rushed to the hospital with moderate injuries.... and has been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. (vicki) in sports -- the n-b-a draft is here... find out who the warriors selected with their first round pick also -- major league baseball suspends marlins' pitcher dan straily for hitting buster posey with a pitch our sports director, gary radnich has the details and all the sports coming up next at 8 a jogger nearly kidnapped is recounting the terrifying experience. how she says she got away and her advice
the 37-year-old survivor asked us not to show her face or use her name. but for the first time she's speaking out publicly about this terrifying encounter. surveillance video shows the moments a car pulls up next to the jogger. and within seconds...you can see the suspect trying to grab her. the victim says she knew she had to fight for her life. (sot) "the next thought which i'm glad i had was you're not going to let this happen. this isn't how your story ends." (vicki)(vicki) the woman ... snapped a photo of the license plate ... leading officers to the suspect's whereabouts. authorities arrested and charged 57- year-old gordon lyons with kidnapping. (vicki) in extreme heat...like what's expected this weekend... a big concern for families is keeping their children safe. (ken) well there's an app to do that. it's called backseat. and it will remind you to check yours before leaving the car. orko manna shows us how it works.
(nat: "where we going to go") mary rendina spends a lot of time with her two year old granddaughter nova. but she also has a busy schedule. mary rendina, uses the backseat app"juggling a lot, work, babies"(nat: "hot"/"hot") with extreme temperatures now hitting the valley... mary is always concerned for nova -- especially in the car. mary rendina, uses the backseat app "i check all the time in the back, did i get her, did i not get her" if left in a hot car... a child can die of heatstroke in just a matter of minutes.(nat of ringing) that's why mary downloaded the backseat app. here's how it works. once you start driving more than 20 miles per hour... it'll wake up and know you're on the road. a few minutes after your trip ends... it'll alert you to check your car for any passengers.(nat)the backseat is completely free... you can download it from the apple or android store. it only takes a few minutes to plug in your information. o'connor says they're constantly working on the app -- and they'll be launching a new version soon... which will include a spanish language option. reporting live... orko manna... 8 news now. if you don't acknolwedge that first alert within six or so minutes... it'll start sending you constant reminders.mary
rendina, uses the backseat app "you can never be too cautious" erin o'connor, creator - the backseat app"if human beings can strap themselves to a big gigantic rocket and ride it all the way to the moon, then we can certainly figure out how to stop this problem" erin o'connor... creator of the backseat app... says hot car deaths are entirely preventable. studies show a simple routine change can make someone forgetful... so this could happen to anyone. the backseat app also includes a very unique safeguard.erin o'connor, creator - the backseat app"the backseat will actually send three text messages to three different people every 90 seconds with the gps location of where the user's car stopped"(nat: "here we go ready") and for mary and nova:...mary rendina"the fact that mom, or grandpa, or auntie or dad is going to be notified, it really makes a big difference for me", (ken) the backseat is completely free... you can download it from the apple or android store. it only takes a few minutes to plug in your information. o'connor says they're constantly working on the app -- and they'll be launching a new version soon... which will include a spanish language option. the warriors are using this year's n-b-a draft to add the depth to championship roster. golden state selected guard jacob evans from cincinnati with the 28th
overall pick the warriors worked him out two weeks ago evans will be fighting for minutes with patrick mccaw this upcoming season he played three years in cincinnati... scouting reports say evans is a strong defender and a solid shooter he shot 38-percent from three in college... it ranks 5th in school history.history. the suns took deandre ayton with the first overall pick he joins devin booker in phoenix... the suns only won 21 games and had the worst record in basketball ayton, who played with arizona last season, was in the middle of the n-c-a-a recruting scandal, saying his head coach, sean saying his head coach, sean miller was alledgedly heard discussing in an f-b-i wiretap 100-thousand dollars to secure ayton
commited with arizona. the pac-12 player of the year averaged a double-double... 20 points and 11 rebounds here's the other four picked in the top five the kings took marvin bagley the third with the second overall pick the hawks traded the third overall mavericks sending trae young to atlanta... for many he's the of steph curry memphis selected jaren jackson junior from michigan state and luka the marlins are starting to feel the after effects of tuesday night's game against the giants. m-l-b is suspending dan straily five games for intentionally throwing a pitch at buster posey in the second inning. straily will appeal his suspension tempers flared after posey was hit near his shoulder. bruce bochy
started yelling at straily and the umpires both teams were given warnings after dereck rodriguez hit lewis brinson with a pitch. manager, don mattingly is also suspended for one game. straily and mattingly are being fined undisclosed amounts. this week's ultimate "experience amazing" ultimate highlight goes to the a's. in their series finale against the padres... oakland hit back-to-back home runs in consecutives innings this is the first time the a's do it since the bash bros... jose conseco and mark mcgwire did it in 1997 a's win 12-4did it in 1997 mark mcgwire conseco and bros... jose conseco and mark mcgwire did it in 1997 a's win 12-4 tomorrow they'll play a doubleheader in chicago after their game against the white sox was rained out today
just because your argubly the best soccer player in the world... it doesn't mean your team is the best in the world lionel messi and argentina fell flat against croatia. and now have... one foot out of russia. 53rd minute... game tied willy caballero... with the biggest mistake at the world cup so far he tries to clear it... but gives it ante rebic croatia take the lead 1-nothing things got worst... 10 minutes to go argentina looking to tie the game luka modric with a laser to the right bottom corner the face of messi says it all croatia goes on to win 3-nothing argentina has one point through the first two games of group stage when you have a chance to meet your idol... you're willing to do anything meet clifin francis, a math teacher in india, he cycled from iran to russia trying to meet messi he flew to dubai... took a boat to
iran... then hopped on his bike and traveled over 25-hundred miles to moscow. francis has been detailing his adventure on social media... he slept in a tent on his way to russia. he still hasn't met messi... but has one more chance when argentina faces denmark argentina chance when one more chance when argentina faces denmark in saint peterburg on tuesday. next at 8. next at 8.
graduation honors that are twice as nice. after two twins are co=valedictorians. that story next. tonight at 9 have you seen the vta light rail? (sounds of traffic) i know it looks just like a scooter . if you think san francisco was having issues with scooters you should check out san jose can i give a shout out this aint the radio, i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly (vicki) identical twins
get used to sharing everything...but for malik and miles george... they will also share the title of valedictorian of their high school. the brothers from new jersey both scored almost perfect on the s-a-t's... and both have an a plus grade average. first doubles tennis partners and they both love science research. co- valedictorians co- valedictorians at woodbridge high school...and they just
found out the news this morning! malik and miles were both accepted with scholarships at five top schools including harvard but chose mit. by the way... they last had a b in the third grade. (ken) one of elvis presley's private jets is up for auction..again.the neglected, aging aircraft has been sitting on a new mexico airfield for 36 years, and it needs a lot of work. for starters, well... it 'can't' start - there's no engine. also -- the cockpit of the customized jet is a mess...and the once-plush velvet seats are really worn. still, it may be worth it for the chance to own a high-flying piece of entertainment history.(ken)it reached a price of 430- thousand dollars at auction last year... but the buyer apparently balked at the massive scope of the repairs needed.online auction site ironplanet is now accepting bids until july 27. (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken) but our primetime coverage is just
getting started this thursday night.grant lodes is here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))thank you ken ((grant))thank you ken and vicki...next at nine...people in a quiet san jose neighborhood are on edge tonight.after a man is found shot to death in his own home. police are searching for the shooter.we are live at the scene with the latest on the investigation.plus.. new tonight at nine.a group of bay area moms is packing up and heading to the u-s, mexico border in texas. they have donations for the children separated from their families. plus... why first lady melania trump is being criticized for her visit to an immigration detention center. ((grant))and breakout the sunscreen.it's going to be a scorcher in parts of the bay area for the next few days.our chief meteorologist has your sizzling forecast.keep it here...kron 4 tonight at nine...a quiet san
and i'm vicki liviakis. neighbors came home tonight to see their street blocked off by crime tape.so far police ha made no arrests((map/vo)) the shooting happened around 1-30 this afternoon on misty glen court near brodie drive in san jose.that's where kron 4's gayle ong is live tonight with the very latest. san jose police have been out here at the scene ever since. they still have the area blocked off..i spoke to a relative of the victim..she says the man was in his 50's, he used to be a doctor in vietnam and was living here with his wife and three children who are teenagers.. the family says there were no signs of a domestic violence situation,this is a total shock as you can imagine. here's video of the scene from earlier..