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involved shooting in the east bay. danville police say the suspect attempted to run over an officer -- who then fired his weapon at the vehicle...(jrs) good evening, i'm jr stone(justine) and i'm justine waldman. thank you for joining us. this -- all unfolding -- in downtown danville. that's where we find kron4's michelle kingston who has been at the scene all day working this story. michelle what can you tell us? (michelle)the shooting eventually led to a multiple car accident ...the suspect's car had at least seven bullet holes through the windshield. everyone i spoke to just so surprised this happened here in danville. (mk)kaitlyn taylor, witness "all of the sudden we heard six or seven or even someone say eight gun shots."gianna scoma, witness"before we knew it there were like five gun shots and we didn't know what to do and we just like ducked down."people working in downtown danville -- shocked ... surprised ... and terrified when they heard gun
shots outside their stores. amanda rodriguez, witness"we didn't know who was shooting. we didn't know if it was the criminal. we didn't know if it was the police. so, it was a very traumatizing experience because i've never heard gun shots like that either and they were just so fast. it was very scary."danville police say they were responding to a report of a suspicious person just after 11 on saturday morning near cottage lane and laurel drive .... and when they arrived, the suspect fled. officers followed him to downtown where police say the suspect attempted to run over an officer .... who fired his weapon at the vehicle.the gunfire hit the suspect who was pronounced dead at a local hospital.amanda rodriguez, witness"once they caught him it was like a relief for us because we weren't as scared anymore."police investigated for hours on saturday -- people downtown asking a lot of questions ... wanting to know how the suspect's car ended up in a multiple car accident ... and why he was considered suspicious.kaitlyn taylor, witness"i was kinda like shaking for like an hour after it was like so kind of trauma, not traumatizing but shocking and scary. it was just like surreal."
(michelle)the suspect has not yet been identified.we're told just one officer sustained minor injuries.live in danville michelle kingston kron 4 news (j.r.) all new tonight at 8....a sideshow caused major delays this afternoon in the east bay along interstate 580. this is what that sideshow looked like. this is all new viewer video into our newsroom. the smoke is coming from the donuts that the cars are doing in the southbound lanes. in the video you can see traffic at a standstill. at one point in the video you can see dozens of people out of their cars watching this happen. the viewer who sent us this video said it was recorded around 3:30 this afternoon. we have reached afternoon. we have reached out to c.h.p to see if there were any arrests. earlier they told us they were still working the case and have not updated us on the situation. (justine) a commission designed to regulate the san
francisco county jail population presented an idea to move inmates to alameda county jail. they would then be able to close the jail attached to the san francisco hall of justice that is known to be in desperate need for repairs or be torn down altogether.(jrs) kron 4's ella sogomonian met with the public defender who wrote an open letter to mayor london breed against that possibilty...she joins us live in the city...ella why the concern? (ell the san francisco public defender says a move like this would be disastrous and although it isn't a formal proposition... transferring inmates to alameda county has happened before and he claims it was without warning. in san francisco the work group to reenvision the jail project presented more ideas to reduce the population of about 1200 people in san francisco county jail 4 on october 24th....one of which was to move them to a jail in alameda county.although it
wasn't a formal proposal san francisco public defender jeff adachi wrote an open letter in response to mayor london breed sharing his vehement disapproval.sot: jeff adachi, san francisco public defender// "there are a couple of jails there. they're far away. we're not going to be able to communicate with our clients. the last time this was done it was a disaster. we're all for reducing jail population but the answer isn't to ship them to another county."the discussion to move the inmates stems from concerns over poor conditions of the antiquated jail 4 connected to the hall of justice which is seismically unsafe and reportedly structurally deficient.adachi warns moving them to alameda county would be expensive, and waste resources trying to connect hundreds of his attorneys with their clients, not to mention the burden on loved ones paying inmates a visit. the alameda county sheriff's department spokesperson estimates it would cost about 150 dollars per day per inmate.sot: jeff adachi, san francisco public defender// "no question the facilites here at the hall of justice are terrible. and something needs to be done.
shipping them to another county. that's not the answer." adachi recommends to instead wait for reform that may release inmates eligible for bail and usingelectronic monitoring among other tactics to reduce the number of inmates in san francisco county jail. (ella)the san francisco county sheriff's department spokesperson tells me their department doesn't support any consideration for move either. live in san francisco ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (justine) taking a live look outside at the golden gate bridge... we are seeing lower temperatures today...(jr stone) but meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is still talking about red flag warnings. what is causing them? .
a red flag warning remains in effect for the north bay mountains and east bay hills through early sunday morning. the offshore flow will diminish tonight, yet critically dry conditions will continue through sunday morning. sunday afternoon temperatures will cool in the 60s near the coast to 70s inland with a few of the warmest locations warming up into the lower 80s. mild conditions will persist into early next week with ongoing dry weather. (jr stone) with the (jr stone) ffff">beniooooooooooofceo mark
(jr stone) with the midterm elections just a few days away... candidates and advocates fighting for and against ballot measures are out and about making their last minute pitches.(justine) today, kron four's philippe djegal stopped by mission dolores park in san francisco... where salesforce chairman marc benioff and congresswoman nancy pelosi called for a "yes" vote on proposition c. (philippe) before volunteers fanned out... soliciting for yes votes on "proposition c"...nats- "marc benioff, woo." salesforce chairman and co-ceo marc benioff rallied a crowd at
mission dolores park in san francisco... stating that a yes vote on "prop c", which means a new tax on the city's wealthiest corporations... would provide additional health and mental services for the homeless population... and, prevent families on the brink of losing their homes from living on the streets. the san francisco controller estimates annual revenues under "prop c" at 250 to 300- million dollars beginning next year..marc benioff/salesforce- "do you want to know what the key to helping the homeless is, to helping them with their mental health issues or their addiction issues. do you want to know what the key is according to scientific studies to actual clinical research that's been published in the journal of american medical association and many other prestigious peer-review journals? the key to solving homelessness is a home, a home, a home." the "yes on c" campaign says there about 75-hundred homeless people living in san francisco. that works out to about 12-hundred families with children.nancy pelosi/congres swoman- "this issue of
homelessness is not an issue -- it is a value. it is an ethic." the city controller says the new tax would impact about 300 to 400 companies. that already pay about 40-percent of the city's business taxes.phil ting/assemblymember- "we know what needs to be done. we need more housing, we need more services, what we don't have is the money to do all those things." benioff has poured millions of dollars into the fight for "prop c." opponents say the city already spends a lot of money on homelessness with underwhelming results. mayor london breed says vote "no." in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. (j.r.)a two-month long strike at the oakland marriott has come to an end...and employees there were expected back at work today...but the walkout continues at seven ásan franciscoá mariott hotels. in oakland their union 'unite here local 28-50' reached an agreement with mariott friday.on the same
night the board of supervisors held an emergency meeting at city hall about the ongoing strike for san francisco marriott workers to voice their demands.the marriott c-e-o didn't show. the unite here local 2 representative anand singh reflected on the meeting saying quote, "we're in day 30 and the special meeting was a success. goal was to have workers share their stories about why they're striking and to enlist the city's support in our fight. to a person, supervisors were very supportive and visibly moved. we also met with the mayor who continues to support the campaign." (jrs) although oakland is back at work san francisco and san jose marriott employees remain on strike. (justine) an amber alert is out tonight for a mother who allegedly abducted her own children.. during a supervised visit with child protective services in san jose. the suspect has been identified as diana moreira. police believe she has her one-year
old son and 11-year old daughter with her. police say she is driving a grey 20-12 mini cooper with the california license plate "6-u-w-l-2-5-1." it is believed she is heading to colorado springs . a detailed description of the mother and children is on our website kron 4ot com. (justine) we are in a red flag warning tonight. and if the power company cuts off your power during high fire danger... business owners will not be reimbursed. we find out why. (jrs) one little kid in tennessee decided this year to dress up as the waffle house hero. the reason he says this man is better than all the other super heros he knows. (justine) a major east bay freeway... shut down for hours today. what we now know about the driver who crhed into a construction site. and the charges that driver faces tonight.
"people think that their actions might only effect themselves... this is a good example. look at all the bay area residents that are being affected by this person's irresponsibility"(justine) it appears a drunk driver crashed into a construction site on 880 in oakland. causing part of the interstate to be shut down for hours.(jr stone) the road is finally back open tonight. kron 4's sara stinson has details
(justine) police are investigating a collision in petaluma that caused quite a mess. we are told, at 9-30 this morning a pick up truck and an suv collided at the intersection of lakeville highway and south mcdowell boulevard. the suv then lost control and rolled several times. the suv finally came ot a stop on its side but not before hitting a fire hydrant. you can see the fire hydrant came clean off in this picture. and a massive amout of water on the road. the driver of the suv went to the hospital. (jrs) businesses in the north bay will not be compensated by p-g-and-e ... for any losses suffered because of that big power shutdown at the beginning of october. you may remember, the utility company shutdown power to thousands of customers for several days ... in response to wildfire threats at the time. p-g-and-e will not be paying back any small
businesses or residents in calistoga ... due to shutting down that power ... because the company gave warning. the power shutdown was the first of its kind ... p-g-and-e performed the public safety power shutoff on sunday october 14th. among those affected... the executive chef at 'all seasons bistro' who says, it was a very stressful time.(jrs) during the wildfires last year - mandatory evacuations were in effect for calistoga .. which hurt tourism. .. which hurt tourism. in its' report, p-g-and-e says, it is evaluating the power shutoff program ... and adds, it was done as a last resort for public safety. (justine) taking a live look outside....(jr stone) meteorologist mabrisa
rodriguez has our forecast. . a red flag warning remains in effect for the north bay mountains and east bay hills through early sunday morning. the offshore flow will diminish tonight, yet critically dry conditions will continue through sunday morning. sunday afternoon temperatures will cool in the 60s near the coast to 70s
here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein. (jrs) 4 your money
tonight... when it comes to online shopping, food dominates sales! that's according to a new report, showing a growing number of people are buying groceries and prepared food online. (justine) even more than people who subscribe to streamin programs like netflix and amazon prime video. in today's consumer watch-- mary moloney has a closer look. your groceries, delivered!and your favorite restaurant dishes-- brought to your door! skipping the grocery store and restaurant and buying online instead appears to be a growing trend. a new report
from credit-cards-dot-com shows that for many, the biggest online expense is food. the survey looked at credit card purchases and found--26-percent of surveyed adults are buying groceries online every week. while about one-in-five surveyed are buying prepared food and drinks on a weekly basis.the reason for the high rate of spending may be the rewards offer for restaurant or food-related compared to purchases, the biggest every week. where else buying online. those for streaming every more than a month those bought other items each and 2-percent weekly, while only one-bought event also found the online with their instead of for consumer moloney. (jrs) we have an amazing update on the waffle house hero. first he saves lives now he is inspiring the youth of tennessee. plus he mentions his plans after his new found fame. (justine) traveling aquarium. the skills kids can learn by exploring the
"these occurrences are far too frequent and often times render us speechless as we try to figure out what's going on what happened and why."(justine)and why." (justine) new details are surfacing about the shooting inside a florida yoga studio that left three people dead and five others injured. authorities have now identified the alleged gunman and the two women they say he killed.(jrs) we're also hearing about what people inside the studio did to protect themselves. kim hutcherson has more. just minutes after a hot yoga class was scheduled to begin... shots rang out.
tallahassee police say an army veteran walked into "hot yoga tallahassee" friday evening and opened fire.investigators say people inside the florida studio fought the man-- hoping to stop his violent shooting spree.chief michael deleo, tallahasse police dept.: "and tried to save not only themselves but other people, which is a testament of their courage."most of them survived-- but two women lost their lives.they've been identified as 61-year old doctor nancy van vessem and 21-year old florida state university student maura binkley.five others were injured including one woman who was shot nine times. tallahassee mayor and florida gubernatorial candidate andrew gillum met with the victims and reassured survivors.mayor andrew gillum, (d) tallahasse: "i would ask that the community continue to lift up the victims those who are still recovering from their injuries their physical injuries."on twitter, his opponent, ron desantis called the news of the shooting heartbreaking and said he was praying for the victims and community.police say the gunman, now identified as 40- year old "scott paul beierle," turned the gun on himself and
was found dead inside. investigators say he acted alone and there's no threat to the community.the motive for the shooting is under investigation.chief michael deleo, tallahasse police dept.: "we are working diligently to link a connection between him and any of the victims again looking for a motivation or cause."i'm kim hutcherson reporting. (justine) we are learning more about the victims killed inside the florida yoga studio. doctor nancy van vessem was a faculty member at florida state university medical school. she also served as chief medical director for florida's capital health plan, in a statement on facebook, tallahassee's big bend hospice called her a friend and champion of end-of-life care. (jrs) the second person killed was 21-year-old maura binkley. binkley was a student at florida state university, where she was a member of the tri-delta sorority. in a statement, the sorority described binkley as a chapter leader who was brave, bold and kind. five others were injured in the
shooting. and again police are still looking for a motive. (justine) a tennessee fifth grader was inspired by a real-life hero for superhero day at school. tayir (tie- year) thomas dressed up as james shaw junior, the man who disarmed the waffle house shooter in april.(jrs) the story has warmed hearts across the country... and after the hero got word of the tribute... he agreed to a special surprise. harriet wallace has more. tayir thomas/fifth grader:"i'm going to introduce you to the waffle house superhero. his name is james shaw jr."nats it's a great way to get out of math class - meeting your real life superhero.james shaw jr./waffle house hero:"is tayir a good classmate of y'all? don't y'all love tayir?" tayir thomas got a nice treat on halloween - a surprise visit from his hero james shaw junior.tayir thomas/fifth grader:"i thought i was dreaming but it wasn't a dream."james shaw jr./waffle house hero:"hey, you look like me. what's going on? can i get a hug, man?"tayir's school and family planned the surprise after he dressed up like shaw for superhero day.brittany thomas/mom:"he's been super, super excited about meeting him."james shaw jr./waffle
house hero:"i'm going to give you this. it was specially made for you, tayir."and this superhero came baring gifts - swapping the usual hero's cape for da matching shirt.james shaw jr./waffle house hero:"it blows my mind for sure. it makes me feel like what i did was right."shaw became known as the waffle house hero six months ago when he tackled a shooter who killed four people in the antioch restaurant. little tayir said picking shaw was an easy choice.tayir thomas/fifth grader:"i didn't want to be a fictional hero. i didn't want to be a cartoon hero. i wanted to be somebody real that actually did something."now the two are forever bonded by inspiration, hope and matching superhero shirts.tayir thomas/fifth grader:"he really didn't have to put his life in danger to save those people but he did anyway."james shaw jr./waffle house hero:"i hope that i can keep inspiring people because he inspires me to inspire more people. so, much love to the young king." (justine)(justine) that was harriet wallace reporting. and as you can see... james shaw junior has a lot of name recognition in nashville. while talking to that group of fifth graders this week, he let it slip that he wants to take his activism to
the next level. shaw says he's planning on running for mayor next year. james shaw jr./plans to run for mayor"i think it's been quite a while since we've actually had a nashville mayor that was actually from nashville. so i wanted nashville to get back to nashville." (justine) shaw admits he doesn't have a fully fleshed out platform yet, but says he will focus on gun control. he hasn't made an official declaration of his candidacy yet. (jrs) a college campus in sacramento has been filled with these flyers. reporter ali wolf takes a look at where they may have come from and gets reaction from students on campus. at the diverse american river college campus in carmichael.. these five words - printed on flyers - are stirring up strong reactions from students....kareem abu humra: "its so racist."louie frutos: "i think its ok to be any color."'its okay to be white' its a message some students consider harmless...others - divisive...cristian espinoza: "it doesnút really bother me." zoe halliday: "it's a lot of
us versus them were definitely not a unified country right now on many different levels." around 1 a-m thursday staff members noticed some people taping the signs up on three different campus buildings... joshua moon johnson: "one was on the administration building one was on kinesiology and i think one was near the football stadium ticket booth." the college acted fast - taking them down within just a few hours...dean of student services joshua moon johnson says american river college takes these flyers seriously.. these same flyers have been showing up on college campuses across the country...since last year.joshua moon johnson: "it has often come from campuses that are actively advocating for racial justice and inclusion of people of different racial background. it has been linked to neo nazi and kkk groups as well."while the flyers may fall under free speech..moon johnson says whether or not theyúre legal - at american river college - theyúre not welcome...joshua moon johnson: "even though something might be protected under free speech it can still have a lasting impact on students and can be really hurtful and go against the values of american river college."
(jrs) a new ultra-powerful opioid is about to make its way into hospitals. the food and drug administration approved a drug called dsuvia friday. it's ten times more powerful than fentanyl. that makes it one thousand times more potent than morphine. dsuvia comes as a tablet in an applicator that health care providers administer under the tongue. critics blasted the agency for brining a new opioid to market as the nation faces increasing opioid overdose deaths in what many call a crisis. the f-d-a insists it is managing the opioid crisis and the new drug is needed by patients to (mabrisa)i have your forecast coming up a bit later on... (justine) kids are getting a chance to dive right in. the way one aquarium is trying
to teach children at low income schools about the world under water. under water. here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein. in kentucky, the newport
aquarium is thinking outside the tank. the now nationally recognized program has a mission to teach kids about sea life.(jrs) and to do that, it's bringing the sea life to them. breanna malloy went to a low income school, where this program is happening, to see how kids are learning from the ocean. breanna malloy/ reporting"the newport aquarium is transporting sea life to schools across t state. to learn more about their mission you have to dive right in." (nats)aquarium employees are surrounded by sea life every day. sharks. rays. sea turtles. cameron lockhartassistant dive safety officer, newport aquarium"to me it's definitely all about the animals."but for many students in underprivilege
d neighborhoods the underwater world is far out of reach. that's why the aquarium decided to bring the sea to them.scott wingate/ executive director, wave foundation"if i could put it in one word- 'goosebumps.'"classroom aquariums have traveled more than three hours, and have visited some of the poorest counties in the country.scott wingate/ executive director, wave foundation"so these kids who often have never left the county get a chance to see and peek under the surface of the ocean and see what's out there, be inspired, ask questions and be engaged in learning."the program was nationally recognized by the association of zoos and aquariums focreatively teaching science.wave says their program is especially important now because standardized testing is causing schools to focus disproportionately on reading and writing.scott wingate/ executive director, wave foundation"so it's a transformative moment for the classroom and the students." employees at the aquarium come to work and see the wonders of the sea and now it's their mission to pass it on.(nats) breanna molloy, nine on your side.
(justine) a 74-year-old man is in the hospital after his own dog shot him during a hunting trip. after the shooting, the man managed to call 9-1-1. his son says it's normal for his dad, sony, to take his three dogs hunting for jack-rabbits where they live in new mexico. sony was sitting in his truck, his rifle in the backseat, when charlie's paw got caught in the trigger. the bullet went through the seat and sonny was shot in the back. and even though charlie could've killed him, sony has forgiven him.voice of mark gilligan: (justine) after the accident, all three dogs were taken to a county shelter, but sony is now trying to get them back. (jrs) tonight colin kaepernick is in the news again. we'll tell you why later in the show. brawl in band class.
(justine) the infamous ghost ship warehouse in oakland -- where 36- people were killed in a fire in 20-16 -- now has the green light to be demolished.(jrs) the go - ahead was given largely because no one is protesting the building's removal ... kron4's haaziq madyun has the story. (pkg)this 30 days public notice pending demolition of the ghostship warehouse has expired with no objections from people in this oakland communitysotas the 2nd anniversary of the deadly ghostship fire approaches, the owner of reeds supply company,
al garcia, says removing the charred structure will be good for this fruitvale neighborhood sot sotoakland city councilmember noel gallo says now that the 30 days notice has come and gone without any complaints the next step is for the property owner to bring it downsotwhat would he like to see standing here in its place?sot that sounds good to garciasotin oakland haaziq madyun kron4news
(jrs) parents want answers tonight on how a fight between a student and teacher at a los angeles school got so out of hand.(justine) reporter tom wait has the story. but we do want t warn you some people may find this video disturbing. a teacher decks a student and the two go at each other in a horribly disturbing fist fight all of this unfolding in band class in front of a room full of mortified students - some of them recording this stunning scene with their phones. the beating is nonstop with the teacher wailing on the student even using an object - maybe a phone - to pummel the kid to the ground. students and an adult try pulling the student away - but the teacher is
relentless - the student can't escape."i was scared for the student/teacher and probably for the teacher too."these two students were in the room when this all went down they spoke to us with their parent's permission. they - along with other students say the fight began when the teacher told the student he was not wearing the proper school uniform. the student responded with a tirade of racist profanity those words can be heard here on the video - before the fight - but are so offensive we aren't airing it."it was just like back and forth, back and forth and that's when everything happened."students identify the teacher as at his orange county home tonight his wife told our stacey butler she had not spoken with her husband."i don't know anything - i don't know what happened." the fallout from the video is just beginning parents are furious."i'm shocked. why did it have to escalate to this point.""i think something needs to be done. that's way out of hand." (justine) that was tom wait reporting. the teacher was arrested on suspicion of child abuse and causing great bodily injury on a child. the district says
the issue is a personnel matter. (justine) taking a live look outside....(jr stone) meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has our forecast. . . a red flag warning remains in effect for the north bay mountains and east bay hills through early sunday morning. the offshore flow will diminish tonight, yet critically dry conditions will continue through sunday morning. sunday afternoon temperatures will cool in the 60s near the coast to 70s inland with a few of the warmest locations warming up into the lower 80s. mild conditions will persist into early next week with ongoing dry weather.
the oakland raiders made so many headlines but they are making the news again tonight. this time they have announced they will release their sack leader bruce irvin. this is bruce irvin's third season with the raiders. he's had the sacks this year but has played less and less each week. irvin had 8 sacks last year when he played with khalil mack. mack though was traded before the start of the season. this year has been more of a struggle for irvin as he has been put in the role of primary pass rusher. irvin has also made headlines at times. after the team's loss to seattle in london he said, "we lost, but i've got a beautiful wife i get to go home to, boy. i'm going to try to make some babies, man." friday jon gruden was asked about irvin's diminished role and he said, we weren't in our nickel defense very much. remember we're a 4-3 team not a 3-4. so in the base defense, sometimes he doesn't fit the role that we need done. general manager reggie
mckenzie said, "we would like to thank bruce irvin for his years of service to the oakland raiders and we wish him the best," irvin had just 6 tackles despite an 8 million dollar salary. irvin took to twitter on saturday afternoon saying, "thank you for your part in my journey...specifically thank you to owner mark davis, gm reggie mckenzie, coach jon gruden and the entire raiders organization. i will always cherish my experience with the oakland raiders. as the seasons change, so do our roles and i look forward to continuing my journey with the nfl. (j.r.)big day in college football. cal and stanford both in action in different late games tonight. we go to tempe...15th ranked utah taking on arizona state. tyler huntley going deep....avoiding tacklers as we does that....and check that out. caught...no intercepted. sun devils all over it. what a catch that is impressive....later that drive. arizona state would
pound it in. they take an early 14 nothing lead. give up 17 but then come back strong. arizona state go on to upset utah 38 to 20. (j.r.)as i speak former 49ers quarterback and activist colin kaepernick is being inducted into his high school's hall of fame.these are some pictures of kaep from back in the day. pitman high school in turlock is inducting kaepernick into their hall of fame. the dinner celebration is happening right now. kaepernick was a three sports athlete in high school playing baseball, basketball, and of course football. in college he went on to throw for more than 10-thousand yards at university of nevada reno and ran for more than 4-thousand yards there. he later led the niners to a super bowl. congrats to kaepernick...and that is sports
four years ago, we rejected marshall tuck and his billionaire backers for superintendent of public instruction. but they're back. the corporate billionaires and their handpicked candidate, former wall street banker marshall tuck. tuck's billionaires have spent over $25 million distorting tony thurmond's outstanding record on education. all because they know tuck shares their agenda: diverting funds from our public schools into their corporate charter schools.
protect our public schools. (justine) a nasa spacecraft broke the record for closest approach to the sun earlier this week. the parker solar probe is hurtling towards the sun at more than 150-thousand miles per hour. the spacecraft set a record this week for closest approach to the sun by a human-made object and passed the current record of 26.55 million miles from the sun's surface. the previous record was set by the german- american joint venture spacecraft 'helios two' in 19-76. and this is just the beginning. the parker solar probe is expected to get within three-point-eight million miles of the sun by 20-24. nasa launched the probe in august. august. probe in launched the
four years ago, we rejected marshall tuck and his billionaire backers for superintendent of public instruction. but they're back. the corporate billionaires and their handpicked candidate, former wall street banker marshall tuck. tuck's billionaires have spent over $25 million distorting tony thurmond's outstanding record on education. all because they know tuck shares their agenda: diverting funds from our public schools
into their corporate charter schools. the same agenda as trump and betsy devos. protect our public schools. say no, again, to marshall tuck. protect our public schools. wai surf the air...ly thing i surf. i surf roads, lanes and alleys. i surf dirt, mud and muck. drop in on mountainsides. and carve through valleys. i rip forested trails. and pull aerials in the sand. i surf the elements. i surf the ocean. i surf california. houses were divided....the
line is drawn... it's the final battle of the bay.... fans showing no mercy in this cross town rivalry.-- and the niners weren't either.--nick mullens in his nfl debut quickly became a midseason hero...as the 49ers demolisehd the raiders.the final battle of the bay...2 teams searching for just their second win of the season... it quickly turned into a lop sided matchup... the 49ers were determined to not let another setback put them out of this game...backup quarterback nick mullens found out he was going to be the starting quarterback just the night before... and he was ready for the spotlight. week 9 ...mullens poised from