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(ken) warning flags all along the gulf coast ... tropical storm gordon making landfall at this hour, with 70 mile an hour winds and up to eight- inches of rain.good evening, i'm ken wayne.(pam) and i'm pam moore. thanks for joining us. right now, hundreds of thousands of people facing nature's fury from the florida panhandle... to the bayous of louisiana ... , omar jimenez joins us live from gulfport, mississippi. states of emergency are in effect for louisiana, mississippi and alabama as dangerous storm surges,strong winds and heavy rain systems move along the gulf coast.sot rupert lacy harrison county emergency management agency director"we are not taking this storm lightly. simply because we want everybody to be safe."a curfew went into effect tuesday evening in harrison county mississippi,
which covers biloxi and gulfport.as harbors and vessels were ordered to evacuate due to the risk from storm surges.in long beach mississippi people were preparing for this storm. picking up sand bags at government distribution points in order to protect their homes against flooding.in louisiana have the national guard on notice - 350 members will be ready to roll when given the signal.and if you plan on traveling to the gulf coast in the next few days, check your plans.some airlines have warned of delays and flight cancellations.in gulfport, mississippi i'm omar jimenez. ( ken ) we're ( ken ) omar jimenez. mississippi i'm in gulfport, cancellations.flight of delays and have warned some airlines
plans.check your next few days, coast in the next few days, check your ( ken ) ( ken ) we're joined now by chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.(pam) lawrence is tracking the storm... lawrence what can you tell us? lawrence karnow: high pressure brought more sunshine and warm weather to bay area today. it was still hazy but the air quality improved. highs today were in the 80s and low 90s inland with 60s at the coast and 70s and 80s around the bay.you can see numerous thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite you can see as high pressure brought plenty of sunshine to the bay
area but it will weaken slightly or the next couple of days. this should allow for slightly cooler temperatures tomorrow will be in the warm 80s inland, 70s around the bay and 60s with the coast. it will warm saturday before cooling again sunday monday. monday.and into monday. monday.and into again sunday before cooling saturday slightly on will warm slightly on saturday before cooling again sunday and into monday. (pam) on the peninsula -- a
transport those in need of specialized medical care. (ken) the mother and daughter were going to a surgical appointment at lucile packard children's hospital in stanford. firefighters say they received a 911 call this morning and rushed to the crash scene - which was about a quarter mile from the runway. steve philipson, a flight instructor says he was listening to the radio communication between the control tower and the pilot, who has not been indentified. representatives with the national transportation safety administration along with the faa were on scene... a spokesperson withthe ntsb says they we're concerned about the tide coming in and moving the plane. now to another big story
making national headlines: tonight, there is growing backlash... and praise... heaped upon nike and former 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick. the president and celebrities are weighing in on the controversial new ad campaign. and wall street is reacting. our grant lodes is tracking it all. (grant) nike shares down three percent today. and here's the now infamous ad...kaepernicks' face...black and white...with the quote: quote "believe in something. even if it means sacrificing everything." you can see it all over social media...or in union square...where today a billboard went up above the niketown store in san francisco. nike selected former niners quarterback colin kaepernick
as the face of its 30th anniversary "just do it" campaign. this of course is connected to kap kneeling before games duing the anthem two years ago as a way to bring awareness to police brutality and racial injustice in the u-s. an nfl executive says those issues quote "deserve our attention and action." earier today in san jose...we caught up with people who support kaepernick and nike. (grant)(grant) there are people who believe kap's demonstration is anti-american and are burning their nike's as a result. president trump, who's been an outspoken critic of the protest...told the daily caller, quote: "i think it's a terrible message and a message that shouldn't be sent...there's no reason for it." he went on to say:
"in another way, it is what this country is all about, that you have certain freedoms to do things that other people think you shouldn't do, but i personally am on a different side of it." (ken) (ken) new at 8. people in one bay area neighborhood are tired of listening to sideshows happening in the middle of the night on their street week after week.(pam) it is happening on moyers road in richmond, and they say, they are trying to get city leaders to fix the problem, but it has been years and it is still happening.(ken) kron4's michelle kingston shows us the messy track marks these sideshows leave behind. (mk)michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"that's right. neighbors here are fed up. they say it's happening 6 or 7 days a week here now and they're afraid someone is going to get hurt."hulan barnett, neighbor"violence. anger. that's what i hear. i call it terrorism."neighbors on moyers road are tired of looking at this ...leftover
tire tracks from sideshows happening almost every night of the week.hulan barnett, neighbor"i see cars out of control when they're actually doing it. isee cars performing these circles like they are performing at stunt of some type."samuel khelifi, neighbor"people they come down here or they come up and they just see all these marks here and all the donunts and when i'm riding my bike you never know they could be going too fast they won't see you they won't stop and you could get run over."samuel and his friends ride their bikes on this busy road after school ... and fear for safety -- and wonder when city officials will take care of the problem. samuel khelifi, neighbor"when i hear the donuts and come down here and all i smell is burnt rubber and i see all these circles around here and it's not right."hulan barnett, neighbor"i go to the degree of if you don't understand, before someone has to get hurt, like these boys circling on bikes, riding around the neighborhood, to me, that's just a problem for them ... just their safety."just a few months ago a richmond police oficer was injured trying to break up a sideshow near marina parkway ... neighbors on moyers road have been
trying to prevent anything like that from happening here ... but say city leaders aren't doing anything. we called the mayors office on tuesday afternoon but have not heard back.in richmond michelle kingston kron 4 news (ken) new tonight at 8. it's been 11 months since the tubbs fire destroyed thousands of homes across the north bay including many houses in the santa rosa neighborhood of fountain grove (pam) but, since the fire last october, only one home in fountain grove has been completed... and the rebuilding effort is very slow going. kron 4's charles clifford has an update. well, in santa rosa, most of the homes destroyed by the tubbs fire were either in coffey park or here in fountain grove. the rebuilding effort is speeding up in coffey park where 9 homes have been finished and hundreds more are under construction but here in fountain grove progress is moving much slower and in fact, many people, have given up completely.natsby mid september, tom francois' new home should be finished. his
will be the first house in fountain grove to be completed following last years destructive wildfires. sotit was fast tracked for me brother. because we jumped in really early.but tom is lucky. across fountain grove, the rebuilding process is very slow going. about 1800 strucutres were destroyed by the tubbs fire in fountain grove, but fewer than 200 homes are currently under construction. many of the houses in foutain grove are large and a lot of homeowners are unable to rebuild because they are under insurred. many people, including tom's neighbors, have given up all together and sold their property.sotsome of these wonderfull people struggle with being under insured or insurance companies not being cooperative.but even though the work is slow going , progress is being made. on tuesday afternon, contractors could be seen putting up roofs, painting and keeping busy. tom says that once is house is done he hopes to move in by mid october. he credits his insurance company, friends and family for making it happen.sot if it weren't for them. i'd be in a pickle finally, i talked to several contractors today and asked them when construction would be finished here in fountain grove. they said that the area will never be fully restored to what it was before the fire and that it could take 5 to 10 years to finished building all the homes.in santa rosa, charles clifford kron 4 news.
coming up at eight.. why one bay area neighborhood is fighting against a proposed gasstation project. plus. shocking details coming out in a new book about what's going on inside the white house. from criticism of the president's intelligence to how his own staffers believe he's threatening national security. and next. working in fear. that's what the union for bart station agents says they do everyday... they do everyday... some are afraid to even come out of their booths.
(ken) bart station agents say they are working in fear of being attacked at any given time on the job.(pam) the concern for safety is at an all time high at the macarthur bart station in particular, where a bart employee was attacked over the weekend. today, kron 4's haaziq madyun talked with the station agent's representative ... about what they say is lack of safety, once they step out of the booth.. (pkg)sot
shaheed/bart station agents representative: "when you go to work you shouldn't have to worry about am i going to make it home safely tonight or am i going to be spending hours in an emergency room">safiyya taha-shaheed is the union representative for bart's 309- station agents. she says of the transit agency's stations, the macarthur station in oakland has become one of the most dangerous for passengers and station agentssotthat violence includes the july 2018 stabbing death of bart passenger nia wilson and this past labor day weekend's assault of one of shaheed's fellow station agents who was struck from behind while trying to assist a pair of female passengerssot she says since it is against company police for station agents to carry any sort of weapons for their personal protection, bart police should handle the jobsot
system...period">especially at this bart station...sot shaheed says the injured station agent is recovering from the assault and that bart police are checking the macarthur station's surveillance cameras for any leads for a possible suspect...in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news (pam) in the north bay..... finding a gas station with cheap prices is attractive to most people ... but a vocal group called "no gas here" ... is opposing a plan to build a safeway gas station in their city. opponents say, they are concerned about increased traffic and increased pollution ... especially because across the street sits a pre-school, day care center and elementary school.
however -- petaluma's planning commission has already approved the plan to replace the building with the 16- pump gas station and convenience store... the project would be adjacent to the safeway grocery store that already exists in the shopping center ... opponents have appealed to the city council safeway released a statement saying in part -- "the project has been thoroughly vetted, with fourteen studies by the city of petaluma, safeway, and local school district .... confirming the gas station meets all traffic, environmental, health and safety standards. we look forward to the opportunity to move forward." ( pam ) it is that time again. you may have noticed your local pharmacy with the signs out for the flu shot. while most doctors offices, hospitals, and clinics do not have the vaccine yet, c-
v-s, rite-aid, and walgreens do. (ken) kron 4's gabe slate joins us live from the newsroom.gabe you looked into if people should wait to get the shotor do it now i did that's right there are some myths out there about the yearly flu shot here's what the cdc and medical professionals want you to know about the shot the signs are out the syringes are locked, loaded and ready for arms it's flu shot time. and as usual, the big pharmacy chains get thier stock in before everyone else. cvs, rite aid, and walgreens pharmacies are now offering flu shots.sound from - mat jacobs / getting the flu shot today "seems really early i went over to the urgent care over there and they did not have it marc jacobs's doctor's office and local quick care did not have the flu shot, he had to visit a cvs to get to get it. he wanted to put it off a few months but his job wouldn't let him. sound from - mat jacobs / getting the flu shot today it's required for
my work i'm a medical professional the cdc recommends yearly flu vaccinations for people 6 months or older. they recommend getting the shot before the end of october doctors and pharmacists i spoke with said the earlier you get the shot the better the flu vaccine can take 2 weeks to build immunity in your body.and medical professionals told me there is no advantage in waiting for the shot there will not be a different flu vaccine offered later in the season once we see what the nasty strain is. there is only one flu vaccine released a year. the vaccine makers have already done their homework trying to guess what the bad strains will be and have finalized the shots. the hospitals, doctor offices, clinics, pharmacies, all get the same thing, once a year. so might as well get it alright. so..cvs, walgreens, and rite-aid pharmacies in the bay area have flu shots - in stock ready to go.kaiser and sutter health not yet but soon. and according to the cdc and doctors and pharmacists i spoke with the earlier you get it the better off you are. go a fun this weekend ouch. in the news slate kron 4
now to our four zone forecast.four zone now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o. kron-4's o. kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: high pressure brought more sunshine and warm weather to bay area today. it was still hazy but the air quality improved. highs today were in the 80s and low 90s inland with 60s at the coast and 70s and 80s around the bay.you can see numerous thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite you can see as high pressure brought plenty of sunshine to the bay area but it will weaken
new ahead at 8 a family's small dog comes to the aid of a girl in distress... how the pet stopped an attempted kidnapping. and new research reveals... the dirtiest part of visiting the airport... and it is not in therestroom. later on in sports-- the a's rolling on with their series against the yanks. an update from the coliseum. also, the raiders opening up the year against a quarterback that knows the bay area very well. we'll hear from novato's own jared goff...days before the rams opener at the coliseum. ((ken))here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine... brand new video showing a man shooting a gun into the air... outside an ice cube concert in california.that suspect was later shot by police... but the incident is raising concerns about security at the venue.. and if security guards did enough when the man opened
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in disneyland and disney california adventure parks! (laughter) new at 8 the germiest place in an airport may not be where you think. a new study says the plastic bins used in the security line for shoes, liquids and carry-ons are hotbeds for viruses. researchers also examined surfaces of handrails, toilets, kiosk touchscreens and toys in children's play areas. but security trays were found to have the most contamination. to help stop the spread of germs, travelers are encouraged to use hand sanitizer and wash their hands thoroughly and frequently. the study was published in the journal 'b-m-c infectious diseases' by the university of nottingham and the finnish institute for health and welfare. coming up at eight.. a survivor of the new mexico bus crash describes the horror
... during the moments of the deadly collision... after narrowly escaping the wreckage. plus. a car break in hot spot on the peninsula...where police say hiding valuables in your trunk is not enough. and next. an explosive new book details turmoil inside the white house... with claims that the president's own staffers... are taking documents from him. it's time for the 'biggest sale of the year'
on the new sleep number 360 smart bed. it senses your movement and automatically adjusts to keep you both comfortable. it's the final days where all beds are on sale. the queen sleep number 360 c2 smart bed is now only $899. ends sunday. president trump says it's a total fabrication, but reporter bob woodward is
standing by his stunning account of backroom drama at the white house.(pam) the man who unraveled the watergate controversy now says, president trump's own aides have gone to extraordinary steps to prevent the president from harming national security. and today, woodward released an audio tape of his own conversation with mr trump. "i've got to go talk to people and see them outside of the white house and outside of their offices, and gained a lot of insight and documentation. and it's - you know, it's a tough look at the world and your administration and you." "right. well, i assume that means it's going to be a negative book. but you know, i'm some - i'm sort of 50 percent used to that. that's all right. some are good and some are bad. sounds like this is going to be a bad one."the book opens with a dramatic scene in the oval office, where the former chief economic adviser, gary cohn, saw a draft letter he considered dangerous to national security on the president's desk.the letter - about withdrawing the u-s from a trade agreement with south korea - left cohn "appalled," so he stched it."i wouldn't let him see it," cohn told an associate. "got to protect the country." woodward offers an unprecedented look at drama and chaos inside the west wing, quoting white house
chief of staff john kelly as calling the president an "idiot" and "unhinged." ... and defense secretary james mattis as saying trump has the understanding of "a fifth or sixth grader."trump's former personal lawyer john dowd - who quit earlier this year - called the president "as an f-ing liar." who would wind up in an "orange jump suit" if he sat down with special counsel robert mueller.the book includes equally harsh words from the president ... attorney general jeff sessions is "mentally retarded" and a "dumb southerner."trump's current lawyer and longtime friend rudy giuliani, is a baby.woodward quotes the president as telling him, "i've never seen a worse defense of me in my life. they took your diaper off right there. you're like a little baby that needed to be changed. when are you going to be a man?"
(pam) the book is due out next week.it is already number one on amazon, based on pre=orders. (ken) about 37-thousand five hundred people were apprehended crossing the southern border into the u-s illegally last month. that's according to a source familiar with the numbers. the number was much lower at this time last year, but that's because 20-17 saw an unusually low amount of border crossings. this year's august data is fairly typical in an historical context. border crossings tend to drop in the middle of summer and pick up again in the fall. (ken) one of the surivors of last week's fatal collision between a greyhound bus and a semi in new mexico is speaking out.(pam) 28- year old rachel cunningham says, she was asleep when she violently woke up to chaos. then she climbed out the window... and helped others get to safety too. right now, she is recovering from bruises on her chest, back and leg... and says, she is still trying to process what happened.
(pam) hard for me.">(pam) cunningham says, she opted to fly to phoenix rather than take another greyhound bus. she is now trying to get her luggage, which is still with greyhound. (pam) on the peninsula. officers say, car break-ins are becoming an increasing problem in san mateo county... and in fact, the crime has been trending upwards for the past two years. (ken) kron 4's maureen kelly shows us where some of the so-called break-in "hot spots" are.. it's a crime that can happen withing seconds....car windows smashed, personal items like electronics, luggage, and shopping bags grabbed.....and the culpruits quickly driving away on the freeway.both the
south san francisco police department and burlingame pd says the parking lots of hotels off the 101 corridor are frequent targets for auto burglariessan bruno police says their number one location for car break ins happens in the tanforan parking lot....and it's no uncommon for it to happen 4-5 times a day there. (maureen) not only are in and out burger joints popular spots for a quick bite to eat, but a source of the san mateo county sheriffs department says they're also popular spots for car break-ins up and down the peninsulathey said the same thing about the parking lots of gyms 24 hour fitness. make sure you take everything out of your car that might entice a criminal, it could be even an empty backpack because they believe something is in there, san mateo police sargent amanda von glahn says they too see an uptick of car burglaries in their shopping centers but the downtown parking garages are also frequent targets. she says they find the criminals of these types of crimes are usually more sophisicated operations of two or more theives working together.....she warns that putting items in the trunk after you get where you are going isn't enough to prevent being a victim.n because you have to keep in mind that these criminals are also surveilling the parking lots so they'll watch you get out of your vehicle, put your bags into your trunk and then leave and they'll know exactly where to go to get those items she says it's a good idea to put your valuables in your trunk before you get to your desination......not after. maureen kelly kron4news.
(ken) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: high pressure brought more sunshine and warm weather to bay area today. it was still hazy but the air quality improved. highs today were in the 80s and low 90s inland with 60s at the coast
and 70s and 80s around the bay.you can see numerous thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite you can see as high pressure brought plenty of sunshine to the bay area but it will weaken slightly over the next couple of days. this should allow for slightly cooler temperatures too. highs tomorrow will be in the warm 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s with patchy fog at the coast. it will warm slightly on saturday before cooling again sunday and into monday.
still ahead at 8 offensive and distasteful... aretha frankin's family blasts the pastor who eulogized her. why they are upset. plus. a driver flips over their s-u-v damaging other cars in the process.. what they blamed for the crash . and next. police are searching for a two men over the reckless and brazen video they posted on snapchat.
new at 8. police in georgia are searching for two men... accused of randomly shooting out of a moving vehicle.(pam) authorities say, the duo posted a video of the incident on snapchat. the video starts with the driver randomly shooting rounds out of the window... and then the passenger takes a turn. the snapchat user posted the video .... around 10 -saturday night. fortuately no one was hurt. investigators say, they've been on top of the case since the video surfaced. (ken) aretha franklin's family is speaking out against the divisive remarks an atlanta pastor made while eulogizing the singer at her funeral friday. reverend
jasper williams came under fire for blaming the african- american community for black poverty. williams also claimed single mothers are incapable of raising sons by themlves. franklin's family released a statement monday calling those comments "offensive and distasteful." they say williams used the queen of soul's funeral as a platform to push his agenda annever properly eulogized her. (pam) in sports... we'll have an update on the a's and yankees...(ken) and bay area native turned rams starting quarterback jared goff talks about his youthful memories of the team he'll face monday night... the raiders... mark has his reaction... coming up next at 8 a family says their dog saved a little girl from being abducted ...what the pet beagle did when 11 year old girl was in when 11 year beagle did ...what the pet beagle did when 11 year old girl was in new at 8 a
texas family says ... a pet beagle saved an 11-year-old girl from being kidnapped .. (ken) now authorities are looking for the suspect. joel eisenbaum has the story. (nats)inside this pasadena townhome community, called willow oaks, a scary encounter sunday morning.bianca hernandez/ victim's sister"she spotted a man that was looking at her really weird."for this 11 year old girl... whose identity we're protecting... it was about to get a lot worse... bianca hernandez/
victim's sister"the driver actually catches up on to her, gets out of the vehicle and grabs her."now struggling for her life.. it was the girl's 15 pound beagle mix... named ray who saved the day.bianca hernandez/ victim's sister"the dog was like 'uh-uh, this is not any regular person' so yeah he went for a bite in the leg and that was the only way for her to free herself." surveillance cameras caught the would-be child abductor leaving the complex sunday about 9:30 am... the girl sprinted home.. the girl's uncle took it from there. patrice moore/ neighbor"the gentleman who lives in the house went racing up the block like an olympic runner."he didn't quite catch up... but the camera shots should do.at pasadena pd's request... we're not yet revealing the crystal clear shots of the suspect... or the license plate...alan aguilar/ victim's uncle"at this point they know what they're looking for. and we've just got to keep a close eye on the little ones." (ken) two california newlywed brides might never
see the wedding video from their big days. that's because police say a thief stole their photographer's gear in l-a's koreatown... which included those videos . elina radulescu and another bride ericka so...hired videographer steve park to shoot and edit their nuptials he says he had ordered a drive to backup the video for both weddings, but never got the chance because on august 13th his laptop and sd cards were stolen from his car. (sot) elina radulescu/newlywed"i know he's very remorseful, and we appreciate him being remorseful." "if someone just wants to send back the footage, keep the laptop as your souvenir, i don't care." now the two brides have teamed up, offering a 2 thousand dollar reward no questions asked. (ken) a driver in philadelphia is reportedly blaming a squirrel for an crash he caused monday morning. he lost control of his vehicle and plowed into a row of cars parked along the street. one witness says the driver was pulled out of his car with only a few scratches. there's no word from police yet on whether the
squirrel was really a factor - or whether the driver will be charged. (pam) one california third grader did something most adults never do. he climbed the highest mountain in the state. and he did it despite living with tourette's syndrome. joshua locicero just climbed mount whitney.. the tallest mountain in california... and he did it all in one day. the trip was 22- miles total for the 8- year old. at one point he says, he thought about quitting... but told himself to keep going. now, he has this advice for anyone who thinks they cannot do something. (pam) it took 14- hours to climb the peak... and during that time, joshua took four naps... sleeping was also the first thing he says he did .. when he got back to the bottom. (pam) next time someone tries to tell you "hangry" is not a word during a game of scrabble ...tell them to check the dictionary. merriam -webster dot com... just added 840- new words and definitions .... to adapt to
the ever evolving english vocabulary. science and technology advancements led to the addition of words like "fintech" and "bio-hacking". 'flight' got a new definition... to describe the small tastings of beer or wine offered in many bars. and "g-o-a-t" -- the abbreviation for "the greatest of all time" -- also made it onto the list. while some may take issue with "guac" or "zoodles" -- others think its "adorbs"... either way, all three are now officially words. new tonight at nine.... if kicking a football is a form of art, a man in reno, nevada, has mastered it.adam lenon is known for jaw- dropping football tricks that often go viral..but his latest trick... was seen by millions of people.that story tonight on kron 4 news at nine. opening up with the a's
tonight.. who are going right at the yankees for the top wildcard spot. here's an update from the coliseum-- 1-0 a's solo home 1-0 a's solo home run from stephen piscotty in the 2nd the only scoring. but right now the yankkes have the bases loaded we'll have full highlights later tonight. -- now to the thin mile high air-- giants 1-and-6 in colorado this season coming into tonight... and it's not getting any better --top 7th... 1-all... gorky's hernandez... deep to left- center field and gone for a solo home run... his 15th of the season... 2-1 giants --but in the bottom of the frame the rockies score 5 times... first... pinch-hitter ryan mcmahon... solo home run off reyes monanta... just over the wall in center... to tie it at 2 --then the big blow... this baases-clearing double by carlos gonzalez... three ruins score as it goes all the way to the wall... this was also off moranta... the giants bullpen falls apart again... 5-2 rockies (derek
rodriguez gave up only a run in 6 innings)right now... about to finish up... 6-2 rockies in the 9th in six days, the silver and black are under the lights against the rams on monday night football... a matchup that's a bay area homecoming for l-a qb jared goff. the former cal star, novato native, and top overall pick in the 2016 draft is entering his 3rd season as the rams franchise qb. he's coming off of his best year as a pro... more than 38-hundred yards passing... and a 28-to-7 touchdown to interception ratio...leading the rams to an 11-5 campaign and division title. so big expectations for them this year, but he still has fond memories of the nfl landscape during his childhood. he grew up a 49ers fan...yet always kept an eye on what was happening with the silver and black. in the college ranks--
a nice victory to open the year combined with losses from other teams has stanford moving up in the standings. david shaw's cardinal...now at number 10 in the latest ap poll. they kicked off the season last week with a nice victory at the farm... rolling past san diego state, 31-10. a matchup in which receiver jj arcega whiteside...scored 3-times and hauled in more than 220-yards. although the aztecs weren't ranked, stanford moves because of their win... and a bad michigan loss. big showdown in palo alto this weekend however...when they welcome the 17th-ranked and defending pac-12 champion usc trojans. finally, the serena show continues in new york...as she zeroes in on a 7th us open title. spike lee... in queens wearing the 49ers cap the 17th-seeded williams
facing...number 8 karolina pliskova in the quarterfinals. and serena...showing she's on a mission.. cruised in this match... 13-aces and 35-winners in a straight set victory. her first win against a top-10 opponent since coming back from maternity leave.. and she is on to the semifinals... the 36th time serena has made the semis of a major tournament next at 8. next at 8. the california town where a dog is mayor ... and why the animal holds the position just when you thought you were done painting... ...you discover paint bleed under your tape... not with frogtape!
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county... a golden retriever is more than man's best friend...he's the mayor. (ken) throughout the week you can find the canine cruising around the area in his personalzed pick up truck...don't worry...he doesn't drive. take a look at maximus mighty dog mueller the second...the mayor of idyllwild. mayor max has been in office for five years. the city of idyllwild decided to hold an mayoral election to raise money for
it's animal shelter. 14 dogs and two cats ran...and max won by a landslide. mayor max and his deputies... who are also golden retrievers... go to fundraisers and events all year round. mayor max will hold his ceremonial role for his lifetime... (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken) but we are just getting started this tuesday evening.grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))thank you pam and ken...next at nine, people burning shoes, stocks dropping and president trump saying it's a terrible idea.that's some of the reaction tonight to a nike ad campaign featuring colin kaepernick. others praising the apparel company for raising awareness on social issues.new tonight at nine...we talk to a former professional sports executive who says nike did the right thing.that's next in a live report.plus...tropical storm gordon reaches the gulf coast, it is not quite strong enough to be a hurricane, but it is still packing a punch.our chief meteorologist is tracking the storm.((grant))a
(grant) tonight colin kaepernick's new nike ad is taking america by storm and there has been a strong response all over....(grant) thanks for joining us, im grant lodes...(vicki) and im vicki livakis.... outrage on one side and praise on the other. kaepernick is part of nike's 30 year "just do it" campaign and featured do it" campaign and featured in their main ad about sacrifice. (grant) some
are outraged saying that nike has taken kaepernick's side when it comes to those national anthem protests that he led when he played football. (vicki) kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us live in santa clara tonight. j.r. you were in union square today where one of the ads was put up. (j.r.) yes, a massive kaepernick billboard that you can see from all over union square. this is what that billboard looks like. it's on top of the building where the nike store operates. the ad says, "believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything." the nike symbol is below that with the words, just do it. you probably remember...kaepernick took a knee during that national anthem when he played with