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transportation communications infrastructure. this is not just going to be over the next 24 hours. the system is going to be with us for the next four or five days(vicki) (vicki) major concern in hawaii tonight-- as hurricane lane is barreling towards the islands. the monster category four storm is going to have serious effects-- and could bring days of flooding. hello i'm vicki liviakis. (grant) and i'm grant lodes. some parts of the big have received 20 inches of rain in the past 24 hours. and the worst is yet to come. natasha chen is live in kona...with the latest on preparations... and the storm's impact so far. natasha? long gas lines..empty stores shelves ..anne harrison/oahu resident: "trying to prepare.." boarded up businesses...(no name given) we're breaking down stuff that could fly away because of the heavy winds. signs people in hawaii are taking warnings like áthisá seriously:gov. david ige/-d- hawaii: "be prepared to shelter in place. 14 days of food and supplies and water. much of the state is under a hurricane warning. as the
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first signs of the storm begin to move in...natsrain from its outer bands triggered landslides onto parts of a major road on the big island. officials warn lane could drop as much as 30 inches of rain. brock long/ fema administrator: we're extremely concerned about the potentials for inland flooding and landslides occurring.another major concern -- dangerously high winds and waves as high as 20 feet.talmadge magno/hawaii county civil defense: pretty much mirroring our tsunami evacuation protocols if anything comes to that point."hundreds of people have been bused to shelters fema:all public schools are closed - and many state employees have been asked to stay home.mayor kirk caldwell/ honolulu/khon: we're getting ready, we're prepared. the shelters are open. people safe -- as they brace for the worst -- while hope for the best. (grant) we have team coverage of the hurricane for the best. -- while hope for the worst as they brace people safe -- will keep people safe -- as they brace for the worst -- while hope for the best.
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(grant) (grant) (grant) we have team coverage of the hurricane tonight. (vicki) kron 4's dan kerman is at s-f-o where people are áástill flying out to hawaii. but first-- let's check in with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow with more on the path of hurricane lane. lawrence? lawrence karnow: a major hurricane is now headed toward the hawaiin islands. it is expected to weaken as it approaches tonight but we can still expect hurricane force winds and very heavy rain and flash floodiing. it is very hazy with smoke and fog around the bay area today. highs were cooler than normal with
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numbers in the 70s in the warmest locations inland. on the satellite you can see a low pressure sysytem to our north. that is keeping us cooler and also bringing some the smoke into the bay area. highs tomorrow will be similar with 70s and low 80s inland and 50s and 60s at the coast. below normal weather is expected over the next 7 days.
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(grant) and despite the warnings-- people are amazingly still flying out to the islands. (vicki) kron 4's dan kerman is live at s-f-o tonight... he spoke to some of those people traveling to hawaii.. and some who just got off the islands. dan? sot jessica jaramillo/flying to the big island for a wedding
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i'm going to the big island and i am going for a wedding that was planned way before this hurricanedespite repeated warnings about the coming hurriane, travelers are still heading to sfo to fly out to hawaiisot fred scarfk/flying to maui for a weddingi brougth my jacket hopefully that will keep me sort of dryand while the reasons for a trip may be good, there remains some concern about heading into the stormsotsot they say when it rains its good luck but i dont really knowwhile some are heading to the 50th state, others who were already there got the first flight out of hawaii this morningsot cassandra gee/arrived at sfo from hawaiifor some this departure was earlier than expected and for others, san francisco wasn't even on their itinerary until this morning, but travelers thought anywhere on the mainland was better than hawaii.sot132/safety was an important issue
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(grant) and kron4 has
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continuing coverage of hurricane lane. we have much more on our website-- make sure you download the kron4 mobile app to always get the latest breaking news alerts. (vicki)an overnight stabbing on bart property... and tonight police are asking for the public's help to identify a possible suspect. a short time ago bart police released surveillance images of a person of interest in the case...kron4's haaziq madyun shows you those photos(take pkg) (pkg)take a close look at the man you see in these surveillance photos. he is a person of interest a stabbing around 2:18 thursday morning outside the warm springs bart station in fremont. bart deputy police chief ed alvarez sotbart police investigators are still trying to piece together the events leading to the stabbing sot
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alvarez/bart police department: "that is part of the investigation, trying to put the timeline together of when our victim was on property, whether he got off the last train and how he got there">deputy chief alvarez explains why it took about 12- hours for bart police to release these images to the publicsotsot debora allen is a member of bart's board of directors. she says is glad bart police released the photos in this casesotthe man is described as a white or hispanic male, late 20's early 30's, about 5'8", 160-pounds, wearing a black sweat shirt with a san francisco giants logo on the left side of his chest, wearing a black knit cap. police say if you see him, don't approach him, instead give them a callsot bart officials say the stabbing victim remains hospitalized, in stable condition with non life threatening injuries...in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news
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(grant) (grant) happening now... back to school activities have been marred by a particularly ugly incident at san jose state university. the campus has been shaken by the robbery and kidnapping of a student yesterday afternoon. kron four's rob fladeboe joins us live from san jose with the latest. rob? (rob live) the student was released unharmed but not before he was robbed at gunpoint here at this 7-11. the perpetrator remains at large and the campus is a bit on edge after this happened on just the second day of school the hold-up occurred around 2:30 wednesday afternoon. the unidentified student tells police he was confronted and robbed at gunpoint by a man at this popular 7-11, just across the street from the university's busy south garage. the brazen, daylight crime putting a damper on the evening plans of sophomore
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hannah garzota who lives right around the cornerhannah garzota/sophomore "....last night i just stayed in my apartment and decided i wasn't leaving, i told my friends to just stay inside...."the victim was released unharmed but not before he was allegedly kidnapped and forced to withdraw cash from several atm machines around town. students and faculty were alerted to the incident, which has clearly gotten everybody's attention during the first week of school says spokeswoman pat lopes-harris. pat lopes-harris/san jose state university "....san jose state university is shaken by the incident that occurred yesterday, we are asking all of our students, faculty and staff to remain vigilant and call in any tips they might have in this case...."(full screen graphic)the suspect, who remains at large, is a male in his 20's, with a dark complexion and hair dyed yellow. he was wearing a grey, hooded sweatshirt, black pants with a white stripe and a jamz-brand grey backpack. students did not seem to be avoiding the 711 on thursday but several, like hannah garzota, who is now carrying pepper spray, were on guard nonetheless.hannah garzota/student "....i have never encountered anything like that and i don't want to, but it's scary to know that this happened near campus and so close to where i live...."
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rob fladeboe/san jose "...in a staement, the university reminded students there are new surveillance cameras across campus this year and an increased police presence on and around campus. there are also surveillance cameras at the 7-11 but san jose police, which has jurisdiction in this case, released no information about what, of anything, those cameras may have captured on wednesday. in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news (rob live) there are surveillance cameras both inside and outside the 711 but san jose police, who are investigating this case, released no information about what the video might show. 711 clerks declined to speak with me but investigators are no doubt hopingthat someone here around 2:30 yesterday afternoon may have wtnessed what happened and will come forward. live in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news (vicki) coming up... the
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suspected golden state killer is back in court. why his victims are both encouraged and discouraged with how the case is evolving. (grant) a man is accused of touching a young girl inappropriately during a concert at the shoreline amphitheater... and tonight police are looking for more victims. (vicki) plus... a group of thieves hit a bay area apple store in the latest "grab and go" theft. details on who police are looking for tonight.
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5... - a bold crime... at a north bay apple store. and now police are focusing in on the suspects - they have a good view of them as they ran out of the store. this is just the latest in a long series of thefts at apple stores up and down the state. kron four's terisa estacio joins us live from the central marin police headquarters substation with the latest... take terisa live.... authortities want the community to take a good hard look at these five suspects... so here you go....they are five men... all trying to cover up their faces with hoodies...police say the crime happened at the corte madera apple store. the five acted fast. they rushed in and grabbed all the could and dashed out.now police are hoping that someone will recogniize the thieves....sgt. alberto duenas, central marin police authority. it was at noon yesterday, wednesday when we go the call, 5 individuals in hoodies, african american, they grabbed apple products about 19k worth. they went in fast, about 1 minute then out. (continue terisa live) continue vohere is anotehr look at the suspects...all of
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this comes on the heels of several other similiar crimes at other apple stores in californa. the sgt says a person outside the store quickly took these pictures.... apple does have two security guards at the store... but the policy is not to stop thieves for fear that it could turn violent. some good samartiatns did get involve recently in southgern calfiornia and stopped the thieves... but polcie do not recommend that.....so if you recognize, call police, they say they have already gotten a few tips. tips. gotten a few have already they say they have already gotten a few have already they say they have already gotten a few tips.
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(vicki) u.s. representative duncan hunter and his wifehave pleaded not guilty to charges that they illegallyused his campaign account for personal expenses... (grant) the california republican was in federal court insan diego today.. catherine heenan is here with the story.. (catherine)(catherine) rep. duncan hunter and his wife margaret are accused of spending more than 250- thousand dollarson things ranging from family trips to italy and hawaii...to golf outings and school tuition.. essentially -- turning his campaign account into a household checkbook. a 47-page indictment was unsealed this week.
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the san diego republican and his wife entered not guilty pleas today... bail was set at 15-thousand dollars for hunter.and 10- thousand dollars for his wife. prosecutors said bond could be set low because the hunters are living paycheck to paycheck. hunter claims the misuse of the money was accidental. that's the democratic candidate hoping to unseat hunter in the next election...who wasted no time reacting to the charges. this is hunter leaving court today... some allies think he'll manage to remain in congresswhile fighting the charges.. vicki and grant? (anchor) taking a live look outside-- overlooking downtown san francisco. (anchor) time now to
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check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: a major hurricane is now headed toward the hawaiin islands. it is expected to weaken as it approaches tonight but we can still expect hurricane force winds and very heavy rain and flash floodiing. it is very hazy with smoke and fog around the bay area today. highs were cooler than normal with numbers in the 70s in the warmest locations inland. on the satellite you can see a low pressure sysytem to our north. that is keeping us cooler and also bringing some the smoke into the bay area. highs tomorrow will be similar with 70s and low 80s inland and 50s and 60s at the coast. below normal weather is expected over the next 7 days.
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(grant) still ahead... another suspect poses as a ride share driver... and sexually assaults a woman. details on where it happened and what we know about the suspect. (vicki) still ahead... the national center for missing and exploited children is on the frontline of the fight to protect kids... and provide closure to families. details on the new technology that officials are hoping will help close some cases. maybe you could save energy by weaving your own shoes... out of flax. or simply adjust your thermostat.
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do your thing, with energy upgrade california. (grant) the national
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center for missing and exploited children just outside washington d-c is on the frontline of the fight to
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protect our most vulnerable and provide closure to families. drew petrimoulx reports on their efforts to bring closure to families. with each stroke of his digital paintbrush -- an artist works to bring a young woman from nashville, tennessee home to her family. nat pop: "lakisha jones, 15 years old"lakisha jones vanished almost 20 years ago. this is the only known picture -- so colin mcnally goes to work.mcnally supervises the forensic imaging unit at the national center for missing and exploited children. and right now he's trying to show the world what jones would look like today.colin mcnally, supervisor, ncmec forensic imaging unit:"when you work on these cases, you really do become attached to them."the jones case is one of ly 7- thousand age progressions crafted by the unit.but with technology -- the artists are pushing their new abilities to new heights.colin mcnally, supervisor, ncmec forensic imaging unit:"for us our greatest tool is heredity -- seeing what commonalities among family members -- share with the missing child."on the
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other side of the unit -- a robotic arm is used to recreate facial features from the remains of an unidentified child.colin mcnally, supervisor, ncmec forensic imaging unit:"the hope is to be able to provide answers to to families many of whom have been searching for their children for many years."the center first opened its doors in 1984 and since then it's become a valuable tool to law enforcement across the country. drew petrimoulx, reporting: "this week a bipartisan group of senators introduced a bill to reauthorize 40 million dollars a year in funding for the center -- saying its on the frontline of protecting vulnerable children."robert lowery oversees the center's missing children division. he's the money to expand rapid response teams that deploy when a child goes missing. robert lowery, missing children's division:"we have search experts that are to their availability or any unique thing that might come up."lowery says he believes they're making progress. child abductions are less frequent, and the number of missing children cases has been cut in half over the last 35 years. but there is much work to be done to bring closure to more families and communities.in washington im drew petrimoulx (vicki) next at 5:30... two men are now behind bars-- accused of killing the owner of a restaurant in the east bay. we'll tell you
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how is being accused of the crime. (grant) plus after the break... we continue to track the latest in hawaii-- as hurricane lane is quickly barreling towards the islands.
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islands.disaster officials are predicting days of flooding, power outages and dangerous surf.amazingly, some people are just getting off planes to start their hawaiian vacations. (vicki) catherine heenan is here to show us what they can expect.catherine? (catherine) well, they won't be heading to the beach any time soon. the islands' southern shores ... and that includes waikiki on oahu ... are being pounded by huge waves as hurricane lane passes by. "i don't understand what's coming."one arriving japanese tourist hadn't heard of the hurricane until a reporter told her."oh my god i didn't know that."this woman flew in from texas "i wouldn't say i'm prepared or confident about it but we're here now so we're just gonna have to deal with it.""dealing with it" means closed beaches and shuttered restaurants like this beachfront place on maui. "this is the most serious potential i've seen.. and i've been alive 63 yrs so for maui county this is one of those things that i dont ever
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believe we've had this kind of magnitude in my lifetime."the hana road has been blocked by downed trees and mudslides.the national weather service says flash flooding is imminent ofer the eastern half of maui and most of the big island. "torrential rains. forecasters are predicting over 30 inches in some parts you could see higher amounts isolated over a foot of rain has already fallen near hilo."really concerned about the surge and high surf that might be created from the winds. pretty much mirroring our tsunami evacuation protocols if anything comes to that point." shelters of opened on hawaii, maui, lanai, molokai and oahu. the governor warns that most hawaiians will be on their own. "be prepared to shelter in place. 14 days of food and supplies and water. (catherine) right now the islands of hawaii and maui are getting the most rain. over the next four days hurricane lane is
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expected to bring torrential downpours to all the islands. grant? (grant) i'm here now with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... he has been closely following the path of the hurricane... hurricane... lawrence karnow: a major hurricane is now headed toward the hawaiin islands. it is expected to weaken as it approaches tonight but we can still expect hurricane force winds and very heavy rain and flash floodiing. it is very hazy with smoke and fog around the bay area today. highs were cooler than normal with numbers in the 70s in the warmest locations inland. on the satellite you can see a low pressure sysytem to our
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north. that is keeping us cooler and also bringing some the smoke into the bay area. highs tomorrow will be similar with 70s and low 80s inland and 50s and 60s at below normal weather is expected over the next 7 days. (vicki) a big story tonight... joseph deangelo, the man dubbed the 'golden state killer', was back in court today. he's accused of dozens of crimes spanning across five counties through the bay area to the central valley and southern california. sacramento
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bureau reporter ashley zavala was there in the courtroom and joins us live with what victims had to say about the latest developments in the case. ashely? ((ashley))some of the victims we spoke with today say they're happy that the cases against him have been consolidated .and will all be tried as one in sacramento...b ut they say they hope the 72-year-old will live long enough to go through trial. ((pkg))a noticeably thinner joseph deangelo sat expressionless behind bars in court thursday.he did not enter a plea for the 13 murder charges and 13 other rape- related crimes of which he's accused. (nat pop)after the quick court setting, deangelo's public defender walked past reporters, refusing to comment. coming out of the courtroom.. a line of victims and victims advocates made their way through the hallway, one woman holding up a sign that read "remember the victims." "it was really tough to hear them go line by line, crime by crime.."jennifer carole's father and step mother were
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murdered by the suspected golden state killer in ventura in 1980. ((jennifer carole - victim)) "my heart is pounding right now, i'm going to be shaking on my ride home. it made it very concrete, very legal, very tangible, we've never really heard the charges like that before."carole says victims have been told it could take 5-7 years before deangelo goes to trial. "what time he has left, he better heal with his family, cause that's all you got. the rest of us have moved on, the survivors have all done remarkably well, they are a happy group of people, each with their own struggles. so i feel like his story is pretty much done, this is it." ((ashley))deangelo's next court date is scheduled for december 6.
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(vicki) kron4 is always tracking local stories. here's a look at what's going on in your neighborhood right now. (grant) two robbers have been charged with the death of the owner of a vietnamese resturant. police say surveillance cameras show paul paez and donte holloway trying to rob and then attacking cindy le outside of her alameda restaurant. in addition to murder, paez and holloway are charged with two special circumstance clauses: murder by lying in wait and murder during the course of a robbery. both men are being held at the santa rita jail in dublin without bail. (vicki) in the south bay-- a man is accused of inappropriately touching a young girl during a concert... and tonight police are looking for more victims. they say 25-year-old jordan williams inappropriately touched the 17-year-old during a concernt at shoreline ampitheatre in mountain view. it happened on the lawn area back on august 17th during a charlie puth concert. the victim told police that williams may have
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inappropriately touched other women in the area. officers are asking anyone with information to please come forward. (vicki) a cafe in san jose catches fire early this morning... and investigators quickly deemed it as "suspicious". kron 4's sara stinson explains what happened. the san jose fire department is investigating the fire that started over night at cafe paradise as a possible arson. take a look at this map so you can see where this restaurant is located ln at the intersection of old tully and monterey road right near the santa clara fairgrounds. fire crews responded to the one alarm fire at around three in the morning. you cant see much damage on the outside of the building because most of the damage is on the roof. captain daniel vega says it was a small exterior fire. and that they have responded to several fires at this restaurant before. investigators are still trying to nail down the cause and origin and confir whether or not this was on fact arson. an employee of the restaurant says they plan to reopen on monday after they repair the damages of the fire. in sj sara stinson kron 4 news.
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(grant) on the peninsula... police need help finding the man who posed as a rideshare driver and sexually assaulted a woman in san mateo. this is a sketch of the man. the assault happened near highway 92 around 7:00 tuesday night. police say the man took the woman to a secluded area and sexually assaulted her. the woman was then able to get away and call 9-1-1. (vicki) a big story tonight... a preliminary autopsy says iowa college student mollie tibbetts was killed by multiple sharp force injuries. the 20-year-old from the bay area went missing last month while out for a run. but remains believed to be hers were found this week.eds of people gathered at a memorial for tibbets -- including her brother. jalyn souchek reports. friends and family of mollie tibbetts coming out to honor her at a vigil on the
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university of iowa campus lighting candles and holding a moment of silence for her. mollie's friend -- breck goodman -- say it's going to be hard not having her on campus with them.breck goodman/friend of mollie tibbetts: "i looked forward to seeing her on the street. i looked forward to seeing her in the library. i looked forward to having girls night with her whenever one of us was having a bad night. just knowing that she's physically not going to be here with me is devastating. it's heartbreaking."of the hundreds -- if not thousands -- that came out -- many likely didn't know mollie tibbetts.but in the month that she was missing they came to know her and her big smiletessa stahlhut/junior: "you want to show respect because it's there, it's close. iowa is our home and she was apart of it." mollie's brother -- jake tibbetts -- speaking for the first timejake tibbetts/brother of mollie tibbetts: "we're never going to have that sense of normalcy again"his pain -- obvious -- thanking the crowd for their support and sharing what made mollie specialjake tibbetts/brother of mollie tibbetts: "we're going to miss her dearly. but to be honest what made her so special is she was just like anyone standing here. she loved to run. she loved harry potter. she loved the hawks. she loved her family. she was goofy. she was clumsy."he also asked the crowd to remember the good over of the bad --jake tibbetts/brother of mollie tibbetts: "remember this as a time that the country came together for one girl. one girl that loved everyone. one girl that loved everything and wanted the best for everyone. don't remember this as the time that someone made a very poor decision and took a girl away (vicki)(vicki)
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a girl awaydecision and took a girl away (vicki) that was jalyn souchek reporting. police say the man accused of killing tibbetts-- cristhian rivera-- was arraigned on first degree murder charges and is now being held on a five-million dollar bond. (grant) plus...his story went viral...and now his life has changed forever. hear how the ááonce homeless bay area man who was "hungry for
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success" landed a job. (vicki) plus after the break... hear why a professor is calling coconut oil... "poison".
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coconut oil is all the rage these days. (vicki) but a harvard professor recently called it "pure poison" -- for its saturated fat content and threat to heart health. professor karin michels recently said health claims surrounding coconut oil are
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"absolute nonsense." it increases l-d-l cholesterol-- commonly known as "bad" cholesterol because it's associated with increased risk of heart disease. but it also raises h-d-l, the "good" cholesterol. many health experts would agree-- coconut oil is fine occasionally. but for day-to-day use, experts recommend cooking with vegetable oils like olive, canola, or soybean oil instead. (grant) still ahead... how would you like to get paid to volunteer? the incentive starbucks is giving employees to give back to their community.
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the young man standing on a street corner handing out resumes in silicon valley a few weeks ago, has landed a job! kron 4's michelle kingston talked to the young man about his dream come true. (mk)michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"this is the spot where david stood just last mont handing out resumes ... unaware that in just a matter of minutes -- his life would change."nats- "thank you, thank you, appreciate it."this was david casarez just a few
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weeks ago ...homeless -- hungry for success -- handing out resumes in mountain view. david casarez, east palo alto "it's been a long process from being on the streets to standing on the street corner holding that sign you know just hoping that someone would take a look at me and give me an opportunity."a woman posted his picture on twitter and it went viral -- companies like google, facebook and pinterest started reaching out ... his calendar full of interviews. and this ... is david now. david casarez, east palo alto "it worked! i don't think it's crazy. if it worked, it's not crazy.you follow your dreams wherever they take you."david just accepted an offer with white fox defense -- a drone airspace management company ... where he'll be building their website and working on software development -- exactly what he came to california to do ... david says they were one of the first to reach out to him after the tweet went viral. david casarez, east palo alto "i wasn't expecting any of this to blow up and then it just blew up and it's just been a blessing."david -- thanking the young woman who posted his picture -- grateful for what she did.david casarez, east palo alto "because of her i've been blessed with opportunities that have come my way and it's been a very overwhelming experience in a positive way." that woman -- couldn't be happier to hear that her photo helped land david a job. jasmine scofield, redwood city
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"i was just so happy and i was overwhelmed with joy i cried right at my desk."david starts his new job on monday.in palo alto, michelle kingston, kron 4 news. (grant) starbucks is paying employees to give back to their community. today the company announced a pilot program for employees. the program allows workers to spend half of their workweek at a local nonprofit for six months. the starbucks foundation covers their
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salaries with help from 'points of light'-- the non- profit started by former president george h-w bush. the company started testing the program last week with 36 employees in 13 cities. points of light says so far more than 200 people have applied to be a part of it. (anchor) taking a live look outside... at san francisco's embarcadero. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: a major hurricane is now headed toward the hawaiin islands. it is expected to weaken as it approaches tonight but we can still expect hurricane force winds and very heavy rain and flash floodiing. it is very hazy with smoke and fog around the bay area today. highs were cooler than normal with numbers in the 70s in the warmest locations inland. on
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the satellite you can see a low pressure sysytem to our north. that is keeping us cooler and also bringing some the smoke into the bay area. highs tomorrow will be similar with 70s and low 80s inland and 50s and 60s at the coast. below normal weather is expected over the next 7 days. (grant) george clooney is now the highest paid actor. (vicki) forbes released its 2018 list with the 57 year old on top raking in $239 million. the magazine credits a large part of clooney's income to the 233-million dollars clooney received for selling his casamigos tequila brand. the actor also has additional earnings from endorsements and older movies.(grant) knocked down from number one to the number days.the next 7 expected over (grant) george clooney is now the highest paid actor.the highest clooney is now george (grant) days.the next 7 expected over weather is below normal weather is expected over the next 7 days.
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(vicki) next on kron4 news at 5... the rare porche that could go for tens of million dollars... at a car auction in monterey this weekend. bowls to serve teriyaki. see that right there? you can't say that. i can't tell people to try my bowls? no. check out my bowls? nope. what about my billboard? (sighs) what? try my teriyaki bowls. you know when you're at ross and that cute dress gets even cuter? yes... to both?
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sure. or when you find that brand at that price? are you kidding me? yeah. that's yes for less. and that's what ross always has in store. whoa. (sighs) yes... oh, yeah. get your yes for less at the newest ross store in south santa rosa.
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now available comwith steak or chicken,s. covered in our teriyaki sauce, plus steamed veggies and your choice of white or brown rice. i've got the bowls to serve something different! (sighs) what? try my teriyaki bowls. (grant) talk about sticker shock... this classic ferrari g-t-o could go for tens of millions of
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dollars. (vicki) it's being sold at the famed monterey automobile auction this weekend. caitlin conrad reports. a gleaming red ferrari is the crown jewel of the rm sotheby's collection this year. the main attraction is expected to sell for a gobsmacking price somewhere between 45 and 60 million dollars.ian kelleher / rm sotheby's:"this is the ultimate ferrari road going racecar this is the car that everybody defined by the car that you could drive to work all week and then on the weekend you could race competitively and likely win." the 1962 ferarri 250 gto is on display for potential buyers to ogle over the next few days at the newly renovated monterey conference center. caitlin conrad/ reporting:"the room where they are keeping this car is pretty cool it's set up like a museum exhibit
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you walk through the tunnel and when you come out there she is."she's being called the 60 million dollar car, one of 36 ever made the ferrari has survived a lot laps around the race track.ian kelleher / rm sotheby's:"the car behind me has survived many of those wins and what makes it special is that this car has been actively used and campaigned and shown its raced at the monterey historics year after year the current owner is an automotive enthusiast and he has driven the hell out of it." ian kelleher with rm sotheby's says the sale could help the auction house break the record for the most expensive car ever sold at auction, a title currently held by another ferrari gto that sold for 38 million in 2014.and if that is not enough sotheby's is also hoping to break its own record for total sales surpassing the $173 million mark set in 2015. ian kelleher / rm sotheby's: "so we are hoping to surpass that our low estimate for the weekend is around 180 but you never know what will happen not everything sells." (grant) that was caitlin conrad reporting. the monterey car auction has been going strong for over 30 years. and if spending millions of
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dollars on a car isn't enough... there is a 300-dollar registration fee just to bid. (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(grant) ken wayne and catherine ken wayne and catherine heenan are here with kron 4 news at six. (ken) here are the stories we are working on at 6. (ken) a former police officer has just seconds to escape a brutal fire-nado set off by the carr fire.tonight at 6... hear his story of survial. (catherine) and... the latest from hawaii... as hurricane lane continues to dump raub on the islands. we'll go live to oahu where one bay area family is trying to weather the storm. (ken) and why would the owner of a 6 and a half million dollar apartment need a go fund me page? maybe because he's president trump's former personal lawyer. that's all coming up ahead at 6.
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(ken) tonight at 6. (ken) (ken) tonight at 6. hurricane lane is dumping rain across the hawaiian islands. the storm has just been downgraded to a category three... but it could still bring days of flooding. emergency crews are at the ready. (ken) these are before and after photos from the big island. on the left.... the wailuku river a few months ago. on the right.... its banks overflowing today. (ken) thank you for joining us. i'm ken wayne. (catherine) and i'm catherine heenan in for pam moore. parts of the big island have already been hit with close to 20 inches of rain over a 24 hour period.
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(catherine) we have team coverage tracking the storm tonight. chief meteorlogist lawrence karnow is standing by in the weather center. dan kerman is live at s-f-o -- talking to travelers who are either still going to the islands despite the storm... or just coming home. but we want to start with reporter justin lum.... he joins us live from the tourist center of waikiki on oahu.... justin... what do things look like there? we've been talking about how residents and tourists have been preparing for the approaching storm...but what about visitors who have sailed here to the main island...last night we met a couple from the san francisco bay area...they set sail on july 9th...and arrived in kaneohe bay 14 days later...and they've been docked here in waikiki since right before august...now they have to weather the hurricane before heading home. a year ago at
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this time...russ johnson and janell clark may not have known of each other's existence.but fate had them meet.and one date led to a bucket list. "this trip was one of our very first conversations when we first met."sailing on the "blue moon" from san francisco to hawaii...check it off...and now another feat."it'll be our first hurricane together." minutes into our interview... an alert from the us coast guard of honolulu."in preparation for potential aid, navigation, outages associated with hurricane lane." so the hurricane prep begins. "one of the things that the wind can really catch are these sails."securing the boat...as strong winds are en route to waikiki."something like this, the wind can catch it. just turns it into a missile and it'll fly."su: russ and jannell aren't just preparing the blue moon to sail back home. they're headed to the north pacific ocean first, for a passage through the great pacific garbage patch.and what exactly is the garbage patch?"all of the trash that ends up in the ocean from the coastal waters from every country ends up
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finding its way into this naturally occurring circular current and it gets trapped there."once the storm passes, russ and janell plan to navigate the pacific ocean into a large area of swirling, plastic debris...working with a professor from the university of hawaii...the couple will dive into the garbage patch and attach tracking devices onto debris for researchers to study. "these are bigger things than what you normally see and a lot of them came from the tsunami."an expedition delayed by hurricane lane...but they're ready, equipped with an advanced radio system and gps. "people have navigated over the oceans for centuries with a lot less than this."as for food and water...not an issue...the couple is set for months."so we've got dry provisions in here which we've inventoried. we keep a lot of things under the bilge. you can see in here there's some dry milk."but for now they'll hunker down...safe inside the blue moon...a relationship that started eight months ago...is facing a possibly historical event."one of the first things that i loved about him when i met him was that he was crazy as i was and wanted to do something like
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this." and like i said earlier... dozens of boats with visitors and locals preparing all day... definitely a community that's bonded here...live in waikiki jl . for more on (ken)for more on
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the storm, let's send it over to chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: a major hurricane is now headed toward the hawaiin islands. it is expected to weaken as it approaches tonight but we can still expect hurricane force winds and very heavy rain and flash floodiing. it is very hazy with smoke and fog around the bay area today. highs were cooler than normal with numbers in the 70s in the warmest locations inland. on the satellite you can see a low pressure sysytem to our north. that is keeping us cooler and also bringing some the smoke into the bay area. highs tomorrow will be similar with 70s and low 80s inland and 50s and 60s at the coast. below normal weather is expected over the next 7 days. (ken) a bay area task force has been deployed to oahu to assist local disaster response to hurricane lane. menlo park- based "california
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urban search and rescue task force 3" sent 36 members of its team to hawaii. they're referred to as the "swiss army knives" of technical days.the next 7 expected over the next 7 days. (ken) a bay area task force has been deployed to oahu to assist local disaster response to hurricane lane. menlo park- based "california urban search and rescue task force 3" sent 36 members of its team to hawaii.referred to "swiss army knives" of technical rescue operations and typically operate in the field for up to two weeks at a time. they took almost 40- thousand pounds of gear with them.
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(catherine) taking a live look at s-f-o tonight. first responders aren't the only ones flying out to the islands. amazingly, some tourists are choosing to fly out to hawaii -- despite the warnings. (catherine) kron 4's dan kerman is live at s-f-o tonight... he talked to some of those people traveling to hawaii.. and some who have just returned home.. dan? sotit was kinda scary becuase it was comingtravelers arriving at sfo from hawaii thursday were thrilled to be back on the mainland before hurricane lane hitsotsome actually left hawaii earlier than expected sotand some were arriving at sfo from hawaii, others were actually heading to the 50th statesot i'm going for a weddingdespite warnings about the hurricane,
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these travelers had weddings to get tosotsot/will be fine (catherine) kron 4 has continuing coverage of hurricane lane. we have much more on our website. (catherine) /will be finesotsotsot/will be fine (catherine) kron 4 has
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continuing coverage of hurricane lane. we have much more on our website. you can download the kron4 mobile app to always get the latest breaking news alerts. (ken)joseph deangelo, the man dubbed the 'golden state killer', was back in court today.(catherine) he's accused of dozens of crimes in five california counties..including in the bay area, the central valley and southern california. grant lodes joins us now with today's developments. grant?(grant) today... victims expressed happiness that cases against deangelo have been consolodated.... and will all be tried as one in sacramento...but they say they hope the 72-year-old will live long enough to go through the trial. a noticeably thinner joseph deangelo sat expressionless behind bars in court today. he did not enter a plea for the 13 murder charges and 13 other rape- related crimes. afterwards, deangelo's public
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defender walked past reporters, refusing to comment. coming out of the courtroom.. a line of victims and victims advocates... one woman holding up a sign that read "remember the victims." jennifer carole's father and step mother were murdered by the suspected golden state killer in ventura in 1980. ((jennifer carole - victim)) "my heart is pounding right now, i'm going to be shaking on my ride home. it made it very concrete, very legal, very tangible, we've never really heard the charges like that before." (grant) (grant)carole says victims have before deangelo goes court date is scheduled for december 6. (catherine) new tonight at 6. we're learning more about the 31-year old man arrested earlier this month -- accused of videotaping a
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sexual encounter without the victim's knowledge. san bruno police say that scott inouye is a federal agent with u.s. customs and border protection. they say he met the alleged victim during a screening at s-f-o. on august 11th, the woman told police she believed she'd been taped without her knowledge during consensual sex with inoyue. authorities believe there may be more victims. anyone with information is being asked to contact police. (ken) yet another apple store theft has put people on edge. this time... bay area police say they may be closing in on the robbers. (catherine) education secretary betsy de-voss is said to be considering arming teachers... and having the federal government pay for it. how she may be trying to use a loophole to do it. (ken) we'll have new information on the latest violent incident at a bart station. what police are saying about another stabbing... this time in fremont. (ken)
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i'm april kennedy and i'm an arborist with pg&e in the sierras. (ken) since the onset of the drought, more than 129 million trees have died in california. pg&e prunes and removes over a million trees every year to ensure that hazardous trees can't impact power lines. and since the onset of the drought we've doubled our efforts. i grew up in the forests out in this area and honestly it's heartbreaking to see all these trees dying. what guides me is ensuring that the public is going to be safer and that these forests can be sustained and enjoyed by the community in the future. an overnight stabbing on bart
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property sent the victim to the hospital. tonight police are asking for the public's help to identify a possible suspect. a short time ago bart police released surveillance images of a person of interest in the case...kron4's haaziq madyun shows us the photos (pkg)take a close look at the man you see in these surveillance photos. he is a person of interest a stabbing around 2:18 thursday morning outside the warm springs bart station in fremont. sot
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department: "any time any body is involved in a crime that involves violence like that they are always considered armed and dangerous, don't know their mental state or why they did what they did">bart deputy police chief ed alvarez sotthe man is described as a white or hispanic male, late 20's early 30's, about 5'8", 160-pounds, wearing a black sweat shirt with a san francisco giants logo on the left side of his chest, wearing a black knit cap. police say if you see him, don't approach him, instead give them a callsot bart officials say the remains hospitalized, in stable condition with non life threatening injuries...in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news
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(catherine) california republican congressman duncan hunter and his wife pleaded not guilty to federal charges today.. this is hunter this is hunter arriving for the hearing in san diego.. hunter and his wife margaret are accused of stealing a quarter million dollars in campaign money to furnish their lavish lifestyle. they've been indicted for spending campaign money on things like a 14-thousand dollar italian vacation... and thousands on things like groceries, dentist bills and school tuition. hunter calls the charges a political witch hunt. that was that was the democratic congressional candidate hoping to unseat hunter. today the federal judge
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allowed hunter and his wife to remain out of custody....setti ng hunter's bond at 15- thousand dollars and his wife's at 10-thousand dollars. they're due back in court september fourth. (ken) a bold crime... at another apple store. and now police are focusing in on the suspects - they have a good view of them as they ran out of the store. this is just the latest in a long series of thefts at apple stores up and down the state. kron four's terisa estacio joins us live from the central marin police headquarters substation with the latest... authorities have a good view of these suspects thanks to some quick thinking residents - who snapped some candid pictures of the the thieves... take a look.... (take pkg) they are five men... all trying to cover up their faces with hoodies... police say the crime happened at the corte madera apple store. the five acted fast. they rushed in and grabbed all the could and
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dashed out. now police are hoping that someone will recogniize the thieves.... sgt. alberto duenas, central marin police authority. it was at noon yesterday, wednesday when we go the call, 5 individuals in hoodies, african american, they grabbed apple products about 19k worth. they went in fast, about 1 minute then out. (continue terisa live) continue vohere is anotehr look at the suspects... all of this comes on the heels of several other similiar crimes at other apple stores in californa. earlier this week, this is video of good samaritans capturing the suspects... the sgt says a person outside the store quickly took these pictures.... apple does have two security guards at the store... but the policy is not to stop thieves for fear that it could turn violent. as for the goods, police say it is hard to track them down once stolen, but they did offer up this advice, if you are in the market of buying a product... from a third party... sgt. make sure you can track it - receipts accordingly... and if it sounds too good to be true then it is. (estacio live) so if you recognize, call police, they say they have already gotten a few tips. (catherine) new tonight (catherine) (catherine) new tonight at
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6. californians wanting a plastic straw with their drink might soon need to ask for one. today assembly lawmakers sent governor brown a bill that would prohibit restaurants from handing out plastic straws without a customer request. fast
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food restaurants would be exempt from the bill. california cities can already adopt even stricter rules... santa cruz has already banned the use of plastic straws in restauarants altogether. a similar ban goes into effect in san francsico next year. (ken) california has lost as much as twenty million dollars in revenue last month from fewer tourists. tourists are apparenlty reluctant to visit because of the wildfires in the state. now california tourism officials are teaming up with oregon and washington to reassure tourists it's safe to visit. all three states have faced massive wildfires and skies clogged with smoke this summer. the west coast tourism recovery coalition points out less than 1 percent of the states' combined area has been affected by fires in 2018. let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. lawrence karnow: a lawrence
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karnow: a major hurricane is now headed toward the hawaiin islands. it is expected to weaken as it approaches tonight but we can still expect hurricane force winds and very heavy rain and flash floodiing. it is very hazy with smoke and fog around the bay area today. highs were cooler than normal with numbers in the 70s in the warmest locations inland. on the satellite you can see a low pressure sysytem to our north. that is keeping us cooler and also bringing some the smoke into the bay area. highs tomorrow will be similar with 70s and low 80s inland and 50s and 60s at the coast. below normal weather is expected over the next 7 days. (ca still ahead...he only had minutes to gather what days.the next 7 expected over the next 7 days.
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(catherine) still ahead...he only had minutes to gather what he could before the carr fire moved in. the dramatic survival story of a man who lived though a huge fire tornado. (ken) the man once known as president trump's fixer... is fixin' to raise some money. we'll tell you about the go fund me page set up for michael cohen.
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into the kron4 newsroom. a small fire has broken out in
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fremont...at the tesla plant there.these are pictures just in of the scene.initial reports are the fire started in a cardboard pile, threatening an outside structure and now started a small grass now started a structure and now started a small grass fire. firefighters are on scene.
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(catherine) there's a new option if you want to donate money... instead of a charity or a church -- how about president trump's former lawyer...? a lot of people are amused or annoyed - or both - to find out that michael cohen has a go-fund-me campaign. his attorney has been promoting the idea....saying it will help cohen "tell the truth" as he puts it. some wonder why cohen needs cash when he bought a 6-point-seven million dollar apartment...that he now rents out for 25-thousand dollars a month. reaction on the street probably won't surprise you. some people are
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some some some people are having fun with this....like the woman who donated five dollars under melania trump's name. and others are reportedly willing to contribute because they want cohen to bring down president trump. cohen is hoping to make a half million dollars... (catherine) a dramatic story of survival as a man recounts how he made it through a fire tornado. what he told his wife on the phone as the flames were closing in... (ken) fema and other federal agencies say they're ready to help hawaii when hurricane lane strikes. what they've already done to prepare.
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(catherine) an emergency declaration has been approved by president trump... meaning federal agencies are ready to respond to hurricane lane's impacton hawaii in coming days.. (ken) fema and other agencies briefed reporters on the ongoing preparations. national correspondent alexandra limon has the details. the next 48 to 72 hours hold a lot of uncertainty for hawai...as hurricane lane churns toward the islands but fema administrator brock long says first responders are prepared...brock longand ready to support all life saving actions that may be needed. federal agencies continue to monitor the changing direction and force of the hurricane. steve goldstein / noaa liaison
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to fema.you do not need a direct strike to have major impact from a hurricane this strong. officials say they're assessing how much food is already on the islands. and how to distribute that from grocery stores to citizens. another major focus is keeping the lights on. long says protecting and quickly repairing the power grid is critical to solving most of the other problems that the storm may bring....federal agencies say these are all lessons learned from the devastation caused hurricane harvey just one year ago... alexandra limon fema says people also need to do their part. one piece of advice is to download the fema app on your smart phone-it will have updated information like the latest evacuations and emergency shelter locations. brad kieserman / american red crosswe expect another 19 centers to be open today, red cross will be working with the counties to staff all of those centers.brock longwe've also deployed urban search and rescue teams to the island to all four counties to be able to support any swift water rescues.because of the eruption of kilauea and flooding in kauai earlier this year many federal resources are already in place. in washington alexandra limon. lawrence karnow: a major hurricane is
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now headed toward the hawaiin islands. it is expected to weaken as it approaches tonight but we can still expect hurricane force winds and very heavy rain and flash floodiing. it is very hazy with smoke and fog around the bay area today. highs were cooler than normal with numbers in the 70s in the warmest locations inland. on the satellite you can see a low pressure sysytem to our north. that is keeping us cooler and also bringing some the smoke into the bay area. highs tomorrow will be similar with 70s and low 80s inland and 50s and 60s at the coast. below normal weather is expected over the next 7 days.
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(ken)thanks lawrence. (catherine) time now for a look at tonight's top local stories... starting at s-f-o where people continue to head for hawaii -- despite the warnings. (sot)take a close look at the man you see in these surveillance photos. he is a person of interest a stabbing around 2:18 thursday morning outside the warm springs bart station in fremont. sot
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continues for a suspect in connection with a brazen robbery near san jose state university. about 2:30 wednesday afternoon, an unidentified student was kidnapped and robbed at gunpoint at the busy 7-11 at 6th and san salvador. he kron4newshaaziq madyun kron4news here in san jose the search continues for a suspect in connection with a brazen robbery near san jose state university. wednesday afternoon unidentified student was kidnapped and robbed at gunpoint at the busy 7-11 salva
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released unharmed but not before he was forced to withdraw cash at several atm machines around town say police. thesuspect is described as a male in his 20's, with hair dyed yellow, he was wearing dark sweats and carried a gray jams brand backpack. in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news. (ken)new tonight at 6. according to the new york times.... education secretary betsy de-vos is considering an unprecedented move-- allowing states to use federal funds to buy firearms for teachers.it would reverse a long-standing government policy not to pay to outfit schools with weapons. de-vos is said to be eyeing a loophole in a law intended to increase academic opportunities.the law does not prohibit weapons purchases.in march-- congress passed a school safety bill allocating 50-million dollars a year to school districts-- but that money can not be used to buy firearms.an education department spokesperson says
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they are "constantly considering and evaluating policy issues." "all i could see was the heat waves. you know, about 100 feet tall and i thought 'that's kinda weird' then the next thing i know just full on ignition." (ken) a retired police officer is now talking about how he survived a fire-tornado as the carr fire ripped through his neighborhood. (catherine) grant lodes tells us that the man was on the phone with his wife, who was listening - as he fought for his life. grant? (grant) (grant) steve bustillos was at his home in the gated stanford hills subdivision on july 26th when the carr fire roared across the river.. forming that deadly fire tornado. the retired police officer packed up his truck with his family's most precious items.
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(grant) bustillos called his wife carrie who was in the bay area as he drove out through thick smoke and flames.. but then he dropped his phone as he turned and saw everything in the truck starting to catch fire. bustillos years of training kicked in and he got out of the truck and under an abandoned bulldozer bringing some loose dirt up around him. when it was all over steve crawled out and was picked up by a passing calfire truck. eventually making his way to the hospital where he asked the doctor for a cell phone before they sedated him.
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like you almost gasp for air at that point.">(grant) while most of their neighbors homes were destroyed in the fire,, the bustillos home was surprisingly untouched. so they lost the important physical things because they were all packed in the truck. but the couple says they can keep moving forward as long as they still have each other. (ken) starbucks say it's wants to let its employees give back. the financial backing the coffee chain is giving its workers so they can help their communities.
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that's yes for less. every trend. every room. on any budget. it feels even better when you find it for less. at ross. yes for less. (ken) starbucks is paying employees to give back to their community. the coffeehouse chain announced a pilot program for employees thursday. the program allows workers to spend half of their work week at a local nonprofit for six months. the starbucks foundation covers their salaries with help from 'points of light'-- the non-profit started by former president george h-w bush. the company started testing the program last week with 36 employees in 13 cities. points of light says so far more than 200 people have applied to be a part of it. (catherine) former michigan state university women's gymnastics coach kathie klages has been charged with two counts of lying to police. the charges - connected to the school's handling of larry nassar's sexual abuse claims. klages was the women's
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gymnastics coach when nassar -- a prominent team doctor - sexually abused hundreds of girls and women. it happened over decades - under the guise of provmedical tr that she was told about the sexual misconduct before 2016. but the office says that witnesses reported the problem to her dating back more than 20 years. klages is required to turn herself in to lansing police by the weekend. (catherine) in sports...the n-b-a is expected to change some rules for next season...how will it affect the warriors...?(ken) and the giants were in action this morning in the big apple...how madbum and the squad performed...kim smith has details...and all the sports...coming up. (catherine) and the new disorder... that may be triggered by fussing with filters... to make your selfies look better.. bowls to serve teriyaki. see that right there? you can't say that. i can't tell people to try my bowls? no. check out my bowls? nope. what about my billboard?
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most of us havetaken them....sometimes lots of them... but is technology
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skewing our perception of what we look like? (ken) in today's health minute, kim hutcherson explores the harmful effects of photo filters. seems like everyone from your sister to your grandmother is trying to up their selfie game. and a lot of times, that means getting a little help from a filter.from instagram, to snapchat, even apps made to just "beautify you," there are no shortage of photoshop features at your finger tips. but, constantly changing your photos to show a slightly better version of yourself, can have a psychological impact.it's being calledand some say it can lead to body dysmorphic disorderwhich is an an "excessive preoccupation with a preceived flaw in our appearance."a recent article in the jama facial plastic surgery journal says more and more patients are bringing altered photos into their offices ....and looking for permanent, surgical options to improve their selfies.of course, people with a true case of body dysmorphia, will likely never be satisfied with their outward appearance. seeking out psychological help
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is a better option than going under the knife for those patients.for today's health minute, i'm kim hutcherson. the giants with an early game on the east coast... a chance to split the series with the mets... and it's madbum delivering not only on the hill but he had and it was a pitchers duel in the big apple...jacob degrom...vs madison bumgardner.... but the day belonged to madbum.. scoreless game in the bottom first....and bumgardner with the heat...he strikes out austin jackson...-top board first as steven duggar races home on a passed ball by devin mesoraco..mets think it's a foul ball.. nope, it's 1-nothing giants.... ---top 4th... bumgardner can do it all... he rips a double off of degrom...austin slater
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scores to make it 2-nothing giants...madbum: pitched 8 innings striking out 8... he gave up 5 hits and a run...--- bottom 7th...and here come the mets... todd frazier a solo shot to left field... to get the mets within a run...---- top 8th...and evan longoria gets that run right back...he sends this one out at left center...longo is long gone... his 14th this season...and the giants split the series in the big apple..final score... 3-1 giants...and despite being 9 games back in the nl west...bruce bochy still thinks the giants have a shot...(sot) "anything can happen...you have to look at some clubs they fought their way back..the cardinals...look at how they fought their way back and look at where their at...anything can happen"
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the a's on the road in minnesota taking on the twins... and khris davis continuing to count 'em up... 39 home runs this season now.. game still underway.. twins scoring some runs in the 4th... score is 5-2 twins.. full highlights later tonight... another preseason... another exchange between the 49ers and the lions... 3rd straight year before the regular season the 2 teams have swapped players or picks...this time the 49ers are sending eli harold to detroit.... the niners have traded the linebacker for a conditional 7th round pick in 2020... harold has struggled in his first 3 seasons ... just 5 sacks in his time out west.... robert saleh and the niners defense still trying to find ways to get that edge rush going...they've moved deforest buckner outside which has been a good transition so far... but it's not enough... harold is the last of the 3 players who was a part of the original 2016 national anthem protest with colin kapernick..the
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niners plan to start mark (en-zah-sha) in place of harold on saturday against the colts.... john lynch and kyle shanahan working towards that 53 man roster... (sot) "it was a tough decision... love eli...he's been great...but as this week went looking at how this final 53 will work...it's not just about eli...it's about putting guys in the right place on game day...and we got some number issues at different spots...so we wanted to do what was best for eli and this organization... we made that decision now" the warriors and the rest of the nba receiving a notice today that there may be some rule changes coming this season...the board of governors will meet in september to vote on 3 rules including a change to the shot clock where after an offensive rebound the clock will reset to 14 seconds, instead of 24...the g-league experimented with this last season..the wnba already has the rule...and this can definitley
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help at the end of games... when you think about those opportunities defensively.. a team that's down by a few points may not have to foul, with shorter amount of time on the clock...they are also looking into simplifying the clear path foul rule... in that rule....they are looking to expand the definition of a hostile act... (kim) in golf, there are some big names atop of the fedex cup standings as playoffs get going.... dustin johnson holding on to the number one spot... we'll take a look t the northern trust tournament tonight at 8... tiger woods not in the mix.... (catherine) thanks kim... next -- vice president pence weighs in on the new space race... how nasa plans to use the moon to get to mars. (catherine)(catherine) as nasa gets ready for
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missions to the moon... and perhaps build permanent bases from which to send missions to mars...vice president mike pence toured the johnson space center. mark meredith is in washington with the story.. trt: 1:21out: in washington, i'm mark meredith.vice president mike pence saw first hand how astronauts at nasa's johnson space center are training for missions to the moon and beyond...scientists in houston showed off moon
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rocks and past discoveries... but the vice president says the trump administration is focused on nasa's future especially a mission to the moon within five years. "america lead will lead man kind to the stars...once again" the vice president says until recently nasa has struggled to find it's footing.he says after the space shuttle program ended in 2011...the agency was lost on earth...not in space. "america lost nearly a decade of space experience, and frankly we'll never know the opportunities we missed and the progress that was missed in that time"the trump administration is betting big on nasa's future.administrator jim bridestine says congress has given nasa the money it needs to go deeper into space than ever before..."the nasa budget is healthy, in fact the nasa budget has gone up 1.7 billion just in the last year" bridenstine says that money will help fuel nasa's expansion it's an expansion the vice president says is long overdue. "we will open the way for innovation and development and we will lead once again human exploration"in washington, i'm mark meredith. (grant) (grant) here in the
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breaking news center...an update on that fire at the tesla plant in fremont. it's out. fremont firefighers say initial reports are that the fire started in a cardboard pile, threatening an outside structure and then spred to nearby grass... unclear how it started or if any buildings or or if any how it started or if any buildings or cars were damaged. no injuries reported. we'll keep you posted as we learn more. lawrence karnow: a major hurricane is now headed toward the hawaiin islands. it is expected to weaken as it approaches tonight but we can still expect hurricane force winds and very heavy rain and
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flash floodiing. it is very hazy with smoke and fog around the bay area today. highs were cooler than normal with numbers in the 70s in the warmest locations inland. on the satellite you can see a low pressure sysytem to our north. that is keeping us cooler and also bringing some the smoke into the bay area. highs tomorrow will be similar with 70s and low 80s inland and 50s and 60s at the coast. below normal weather is the next 7 days.
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is the reining miss america putting her title at risk? >> do you think she could be deloned? >> then the mollie tibbetts death investigation. just revealed, the cornfield where she was found. and president trump's doomsday prediction. >> if i ever got impeached everybody would be very poor. >> hey stormy. >> plus, jennifer garner to the rescue. >> she rushes into ben affleck's house for an intervention. >> and her furious ex on his way to rehab. >> i have everyone here today to be on a date with me. >> the woman who

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