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big island have already seen as much as 20 inches of rain. (grant) we have team coverage on hurricane lane. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is tracking the storm.... kron4's ali reid is live in san francisco where hundreds of local red cross volunteers who have already been deployed to different hawaiian islands...(vicki) but first we want to live to kron-4's mark carpenter... he is in honolulu...hawaii... mark,what's the latest, and how are people handling it?
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
islands in the last couple days. kron 4's ali reid joins us live from san francisco. volunteers are ready to help once the damage is done.for now red cross evacuation centers are prepped.pkgthe red cross has deployed over 200 volunteers to the hawaiian islands.on the ground, ready to work at evacuation centers, post landfall centers, do damage assessmentwith more than 1 million people already seeing the first signs of hurricane lane ... a lot of families outside the hazard areas havve been advised to shelter at home.gonna be a serious flooding event. there's already a foot of rain in the big island. and serious flooding event we need people to prepare for. so helping people remember to stock up on supplies, stay out of water filled roadways until the govt gives an all clear. and pay attention to local resources for information.for those that
have to head to an evacutation center, we've also pre- positioned supplies. cots, blankets, comfort kits, emergency supplies on the different islands ready to go but they have to go prepared... the government asks people to prepare for 14 days so they'll bring supplies for 14 daysthe red cross will be there for visitors that are stranded. with hundreds of thousands of tourists in hawaii during an event like this, that's also a population we plan foronce the storm is over ... more help will be readily available.this is a national operation. we'll deploy volunteers from maine to alaska to california to make sure we're ready in hawaii standupred cross volunteers are spread out all over the islands, but most of them are in oahu ... due to the large population of over a million people.reporting live from san francisco .... ar ... kron 4 news. (vicki) right now you are taking a look at video of the airport in honolulu. you can see people crowed with
lines going out the door trying to leave ahead of hurricane lane. the national weather service says lane is expected to weaken slowly through friday, but it still expected to be a dangerous hurricane as it draws closer to the islands. in fact just to be safe... united airlines has already cancelled all flights on and off the island on friday. but to help get people off the island they did reduce the prices flying out of maui. (grant) hazy skies have become the new normal..as smoke from the wildfires continues to drift from the north...blanketing the bay area.. kron4's gayle ong kron4's gayle ong spoke with air quality contl official spare the air alert late this afternoon.. gayle. if you were if you were if you were
outside today - you may have noticed you could barely see anything..apparently the hazy skies is a mixture from smoke covering the pacific ocean, mix that with the fog carrying over to the bay area..we're here on the embarcadero where passerbyers noticed the drastic change in the air.. this is the sight from all over the bay area --
kolsters: "a lot of haze, it seems like the haze is mixed in with the fog that rolled in with that too so the air quality and visibility was very low.">it's turning buildings into silhouettes.. in this view of san francisco you can barely see..and it's not the usual fog.. according to sarah zahedi spokesperson of the bay area air quality management district,we are seeing smoke from the wildfires being trapped in the fog -- making the air quality unhealthy..
in these conditions, zahedi recommends taking extra steps to protect your health something howard hsu is doing.. carol borden lives in mendocino county where the unhealthy it.">got until we got enjoy what we we're going to to be pretty, if you were outside today - you may have noticed you could barely see anything.. apparently the hazy skies is a mixture from smoke covering the pacific ocean, mix that with carrying over to the bay area..we're here on the embarcadero where passerbyers drastic change this is the the unhealthy air forecast will continue through tomorrow..the smoke is coming from wildfires across the state, oregon and canada.we're live in san francisco gayle ong kron 4 news
joining us now is 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. days.the next 7 expected over the next 7 days.
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no commitment, deposit, or installation fee. visit att.com/accessnow to learn more. money... your social media posts could determine whether or not you get that new job offer or keep your dream gig. (vicki) in a new survey, employers reveal the content that led them to reject candidates. mary er look at what's on your facebook, twitter, and instagram?your prospective employer wants to know.according to a new career- builder survey, 70-percent of employers use social networking sites to research job candidates.so be careful what you post!the survey reveals that 57-percent of employers who look at social media said they found content that caused them not to hire
candidates.here's are some of the top social media mistakes that cost people jobs.number one on that list-posting provocative or innappropriate photos, videos or information. number two-posting about drinking or using drugs. three-posting discriminatory comments about race, gender, or religion.four- links to criminal behavior.five: lying about your qualifications. another important tip - having a screen name that's unprofessional.the results were based on a national survey of one-thousand hiring managers and h-r professionals. according to career-builder- you shouldn't expect the social media monitoring to stop once you're hired.nearly half of all employers say they use social networking sites to research current employees.for consumer watch-i'm mary moloney. (vicki) ahead at nine... a controversy brewing in one city along the peninsula...why many are upset over the plan
to put up a "bikini barista" shop (grant) plus... an overnight stabbing on bart property... and the suspect is still on the loose... details on who police are looking for... (vicki) and up next continuing our coverage of hurricane lane already causing problems in different parts of hawaii... we'll hear from a woman who lives on the island and see how she is preparing for the storm. ♪ flintstones! meet the flintstones. ♪
threat in the area... expected to bring wind gust of 111 to 129 miles per hour causing major damage...(grant) more than a million people in hawaii are already seeing the first signs of hurricane lane. heavy wind and heavy rain...flash flooding and overflowing rivers...(vicki) from our partners at c-n-n reporter natasha chen is in kona with the latest on preparations... and the storm's impact so far. .... gov. david ige/hawaii "be prepared to shelter in place. 14 days of food and supplies and water."much of hawai'i is under a hurricane warning. as the first signs of the storm begin to move in...nats of rain hurricane lane's outer bands have already dropped almost 20 inches of rain... and could bring waves as high as 20 feet. brock long/ fema administrator: "we're extremely concerned about the potentials for inland flooding and landslides occurring." hundreds of people have been bused to shelters.mayor kirk caldwell/ honolulu/khon "we're getting ready, we're prepared. the shelters are open."
forecasts show the storm is slowing down, meaning more rain as the storm takes longer to pass by.gov. david ige hawaii "hurricane lane is still a dangerous and powerful storm. so are asking all of our residents statewide to pay attention and listen to updates and forecast." officials are preparing for the worst, but say they hope the eye of the storm won't make direct landfall.luke meyers, head of hawai'i emergency management agency"i think the biggest challenges that we face is the geographic isolation from resources that would come help support us after we have impacts from the storm."in the meantime residents are bracing for possible impact, hoping the island will withstand hurricane lane. sot"this is big island its rain yeah, i live in rain area all my life." kona, hawaii i'm natasha chen ((grant))as we mentioned as we ((grant)) natasha chen kona, hawaii i'm natasha chen ((grant))as we mentioned earlier, people on the islands are hunkering down as hurricane lane approaches. ((vicki))joining us via facetime is andrea mackshe lives in kailua on the island
(vicki) as of right now there is a hurricane warning on oahu... which is home to waikiki...and that is where many tourists are staying... (grant) among them: a bay area couple from san francisco who sailed there to the main island...(grant) they set sail back on july 9th... and arrived in paradise 14 days later... they've been docked in waikiki since late july. as reporter hurricane a year ago at 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 route to waikiki."something like this, the wind can catch it. just turns it into a missile and it'll fly."
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 this."(live)and like i said earlier...dozens of boats with visitors and locals preparing all day...definitely a community here...live in waikiki jl . (grant) and we are
tracking 'hurricane lane' on kron-4 dot com. there you will find a live interactive map.... as well as live web cams showing the conditions around hawaii... it's all at kron-4 dot com. and always stay connected with push alerts from our free mobile app. (vicki) still ahead... the iconic captain and other bay area environmentalists putting their lives on the line to save sea life... straight ahead in sports...the a's are in the midst of a long stretch... playing 13 out of the last 14 days.... is it catching up with them on the road... highlights are on the way... this is not a bed.
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lack of offense.. well, that gave the twins, who have down this season, a good chance.... in minnesota... the statue of tony oliva... the 8-time all-star is also a member of the twins broadcast team... top 2nd... scoreless... khris davis... takes khol stewart all the way out to right center... krush davis with his 39th home run of the season... 1-0 a's... bottom 3rd... 2-1 a's... jorge polanco... with the rbi single off trevor cahill... game tied at 2... twins broke it open in the 4th... pinch- hitter mitch garver... drives on into the left-centerfield gap... two runs twins ...a 3-run 4th made it 5- 2... the a's were within 2 a couple of times... they were 1 for 9 with runners in scoring position ...plenty of missed opportunities... final score... 6-4 twins... with the loss oakland drops 1 1/2 games behind houston... they are 4 games ahead of seattle, who were off today... for the 2nd
wild card spot.### 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... mark (en-zah-shah) will start on saturday...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"
happening now.... police are asking for the public's help to identify a possible suspect after there was an overnight stabbing on bart property... bart police released surveillance images of a person of interest in the case...kron4's haaziq madyun shows you who police are looking for...(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 sotdeputy 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 casesot
board of directors: "transparency is what i have been asking for too and i am confident we are making progress in that">the 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 (grant) (grant)take a look at these pictures. police say these five suspects robbed the corte maderaapple store wednesday around noon. police say the five rushed in and the five were only in the store for about one minute and managed to grab about 19
thousand dollars worth of goods and then fled out of the store. someone walking by was able to use their phone to able to use walking by was someone walking by was someone walking by was able to use take these pictures. police say they are woking on several tips and this latest crimes comes of several other thefts at apple stores. (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 inappropriately touched other women in the area. officers are asking anyone with information to please come forward. (vicki) a proposed coffee shop opening up in san mateo would have their baristas serving in bikinis. this has bikinis. this has some members of the community
concerned. (grant) and the and the riskay attire might not meet the zoning codes. kron 4's gabe slate spoke with city officials to learn more. just south of redwood city, on the corner of el camino real and dumbarton avenue in an unincorporated area of san mateo county there sits a small drive thru coffee shop called caffino that recently closed. a new owner, pink pantherz expresso is trying open a similar business, a drive thru coffee shop, but with a twist. the baristas at the pink pantherz expresso coffee shops are known for wearing very veing bikinis. they are bikini baristas. sound from david j. canepa - san mateo county supervisor - fith district "i can understand neighbors being concerned" san mateo county supervisor david canepa has tak concerns from community members. there are schools nearby and kids will be
walking by the business. sound from david j. canepa - san mateo county supervisor - fith district "we have heard from the community they have spoken up against this" sound from tricia young - san mateo county resident "coffee is coffee i don't care, as long as not naked" tricia young has been coming to this drive thru coffee shop for years and says she will continue even if the baristas are in bikinis. sound from tricia young - san mateo county resident "if i had a better body maybe i would work there" a spokesperson for san mateo county told me the pink panterz business application is under review and they are working with the owner to make sure the business is in compliance with current zoning codes. depending on how revealing the bikinis are it might but the business in a classification of an adult business and no adult businesses are allowed to exist where the pink pantherz expresso currently is set to open. the owners of pink pantherz expresso coffee shops could not be reached for comment. in san mateo county, gabe slate kron 4 news. (grant) new at nine... a high-seas documentary -
being shown tonight in san francisco... about the chase and sinking of a notorious poaching ship...named thunder. (vicki) chasing thunder is real-life drama of illegal fishing across 10,000 miles of ocean. i spoke with the controversial captain of the sea shepherd - paul watson and his chief officer - adam meyerson of san francisco... who are putting their lives on the line to save sealife.
wow, intense. the poacher's boat actually sank? (vicki) yes, but captain watson says they had nothing to do with the sinking. they rescued the crew... boarded the crew... boarded the ship and boarded the ship and gathered evidence of crimes that lead to convictions and put a stop to at least one ship's poaching of the world's oceans.
well well well, what have we here? a magical place... that's lookin' to get scared! with bats...and ghouls... and cars in disguise. i've cast quite a spell now... you won't believe your eyes! (laughter) the spell is cast. halloween time is back with spook-tacular experiences in disneyland and disney california adventure parks! (laughter) rescue unfolded hundreds of
feet in the air... and it was all caught on camera.. two window washers got stuck outside the 57th floor of a skyscraper in central china. the workers were trapped for more than three hours after their basket malfunctioned. emergency personnel responded, quickly rigging a rope and pulley system. the two workers were then hoisted to safety in
death-defying to safety in death-defying fashion. (grant) that wraps up kron 4 news at nine...(vicki) but our primetime coverage continues at the top of the hour. pam moore and ken wayne are here with kron 4 news at ten....guys? (pam) thank you grant and vicki.... next at ten...hurricane lane is already hitting parts of the hawaiian islandsbut tomorrow it is expected to get much worse.people on the island are hunkering down as the storm gets closer.we'll have a live report from honolulu coming up. plus...the local chapter of the red cross has sent 200 volunteers to hawaii to help with the relief effort.standby for a live report on that(pam) and back here at home...another spare the air alert in effect for tomorrow as smoke from wildfires mixed with fog is creating a nasty haze in the air.when it is expected to clear out.(ken) don't go away...hour three of kron 4 news in primetime starts right after the break.
telling people on waikiki beach... to leave the area. (ken) the governor has declared an emergency, and all public and charter schools on the big island and maui are closed until further notice.many areas already seeing several inches of rain.. and strong winds.... as residents brace for the worst of the storm to head their way in the coming days. (pam) good evening im pam moore. the monster storm could become the first major hurricane to hit the islands in 26- years. (ken) and im ken wayne. natasha chen is live in kona, hawaii with the latest on preparations... and the storm's impact so far. gov. david ige/hawaii "be prepared to shelter in place. 14 days of food and supplies and water."much of hawai'i