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later it gets the more people they see. here in the city...there could be a record turnout.record could be a record turnout.from the records we have on our website back to 1974 this election has a strong potential to be the highest turnout midterm election turnout in history essentially. today at san francisco city hall three dozen workers were busy with all those mail in ballots and the ballots that were filled out at city hall before election day. tomorrow there will be three hundred workers doing that job here in the city. polling locations across the bay area will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. keep in mind...if you are in line when we hit 8 pm hits you are allowed to vote but you have to be in line at that time. i asked voters at city hall this afternoon why they came out and what issues
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matter to them. this is what they had to say.as for the voters i talked as for the as for the voters i talked as for the one person mentioned an actual candidate when i asked why they came to vote. many here in san francisco talking about the homelessness issue and some of the propositions on the ballot. live in san francisco, j.r. stone kron 4 (jrs) (vicki) it has been a midterm year like none other -- from a very active, very
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vocal president, to a record number of women on the ballot, and unexpected events that kept changing the game for both parties. (grant) karin caifa (kay-fuh) is in washington tonight with the very latest. in the final hours of the midterm campaign - each party sending top names on the trail. pres donald trump: everything we have created has and achieved is at stake on election day.former pres barack obama: the character of this country is on the ballot republican candidates face the headwinds that come with a president with approval ratings below 50 percent -- and whose incendiary rhetoric may alienate moderates, women and independents.and while the president has focused on immigration in final days, the g-o-p wants to talk up the economy -- like last week's positive jobs report -- too. sen. ted cruz/-r- texas/ktrk: given this economic boom benefitting people all across texas, who in their right mind would want to screw it up? democrats see an opportunity with a message of protecting health care and entitlement programs in republican crosshairs.sen. mazie hirono/-d- hawaii: everybody who cares about preexisting conditions being protected, it is the democrats that have been fighting tooth and nail
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to make sure that is happening. suburban districts will be key to whether they make the net gain of 23 seats needed to flip the house.and multiple sources tell cnn white house aides have been preparing president trump for an outcome where democrats have control of at least one chamber on capitol hill.pres donald trump: we will just have to work a little bit differently it will all work out, but i don't think that is going to happen we are doing very well in the house.the president -- according to a white house official -- not planning any election day campaign events. in washington, i'm karin caifa. (grant) the two men vying to be california's next governor make last minute pitches before election day. democrat gavin newsom held his final gavin newsom held his final campaign event tonight in san francisco. (vicki) kron4's dan thorn is live in the mission district where newsom's get- out the vote event just wrapped up. dan? (dan) lt. governor gavin newsom was joined by other prominent democrats at tonight's final push event.
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he was joined by senator's kamala harris and governor jerry brown who threw their support behind newsom here at the chapel. at the center of the conversation was the hope for democrats to regain power.. hundreds of excited supporters were in attendance as newsom took the stage... senator harris was the first speaker followed by governor brown. both say the newsom is the right choice to now lead the state of california. harris says this mid-term election is a chance to turn the tide and turn away from hate..the lt. governor touch on a immigration, climate change, housing and income inequality..but he also celebrated california's diversity.. sen. kamala harris (d) californialt. gov. gavin newsom (d) candidate for ca gov. (dan)newsom also took some shots a president what he calls spreading fear before these midterm elections. san francisco mayor london breed also made an appearance at tonight's event but did not speak. the latest poll numbers from real clear politics show newsom has a 20 point lead over republican john cox. that's the latest live in sf dan thorn kron4 news.
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(vicki)(vicki) california's senior senator was amoungst those voting early today...dropping off her
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vote by mail ballot at a drop off spot in front of city hall. senator diane feinstein is maintaining a healthly lead in the most recent polls against her oppoent democratic california state senator kevin de leon. senator feinstein says whatever your party affilation....getting out and excercising the right to vote is paramount. former east bay congresswoman ellen tauscher who now heads the super pac fight back california is hopeful that we will see the youth vote come out tomorrow. (vicki) people to vote> frankly i just want people to vote>(vicki) the city's dept of elections says so far early turnout has been fairly strong. which means we could potentially see the highest voter turnout during a midterm election in the city
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since 1974. (grant) today california gubernatorial candidate john cox brought his help is on the way bus tour to the city of berkeley. he came to talk about the lack of affordable housing with the owner of housing with the owner of platinum auto collision and paint. some of the owner's employees commute all the way from the central valley to berkeley... simply because the rent is just too high in the bay.(grant) for rent">(grant) mr. cox says he builds and manages apartments in the state of indiana at a much lower cost and aims to lower the price of building affordable housing in
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california if he is elected governor lawrence karnow: it was sunny and bright with above normal temperatures. highs were in the 70s and 80s with 60s at the coast. high pressure continues to send any chance of rain well to the north. high pressure will dominate the weather pattern with sunny skies and chilly nights. highs tomorrow will be in the 70s and low 80s inland with 60s at the coast. it will be a little cooler toward the middle of the week. partly cloudy skies are expected next weekend.
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(vicki) did you notice that extra hour of sleep this weekend? maybe not... but when we lose an hour... we'll tell you why police say it could be dangerous. (grant) vertical communities. there is a new high rise hoping to come new high rise hoping to come to the south of market. and it claims to be more affordable housing. how star city plans to change your style of living. (vicki) houseboat crackdown. the community overrun by illegally parked boats is startign to see an increase in crime. and the way police plan to get them out of the water.
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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
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goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein. (grant) a san francisco startup thinks it has the
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solution to the housing crises in the bay area dorm-style communal living that allows people to cut their rent in half. (vicki) kron 4's gabe slate met with the c=e=o who is behind two new large developments going up ... one in san jose.. and one in san francisco. when they are done they will offer more than 1,000 low- cost units. sound from jon dishotsky, starcity ceo"our mission is to help people stay in inner city housing who can't afford it" jon dishotsky is ceo of starcity, a startup bringing communal style housing to the bay area as a way to offer cheaper rent. it's a like a dorm you get a private locked room with a tv, a mini, fridge then the common areas are shared the kitchen and
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bathrooms. the rent is cheaper in san francisco.. instead of $3,800 a month for a small apartment, you would do this communal living for around 2,000. each home is furnished, all the bills are included, with fast wifi, there is someone who lives in the house who cleans so you don't have to worry about messy roommates. starcity has been successfully running 4 of these dorm-style living style homes in san francisco for a year now.... so far they have been on the smaller side.. flats.. or houses.. housing in total about 100 people. sound from jon dishotsky, starcity ceo"people are commuting from really far or sharing a unit or paying all their salary for rent" now starcity is looking to scale up big time.. starcity is going to develop from the ground up housing buildings customized for this syle of communal living one building is going up here at 457 minna street in the south of market area it will offer 270 units these are renderings of what it will look when completed in 2019 and a huge second development is being built at 199 bassett st. in san jose which will have between 750 and 790 units, when that opens up in 2019 it will be the largest co- living urban housing complex in the world. sound from jon dishotsky, starcity ceo"we are building vertical housing neighborhoods, share floors" in san francisco gabe slate kron 4 news.
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(vicki) new tonight (vicki) (vicki) new tonight at 9- sausalito police are notifying boat owners that are anchored in city water for more than 72 hours that they have to leave or they'll be impounded.(grant) kron 4's ella sogomonian is live along richardson bay where several boats have been marked by police ella? (ella)since friday 6 boats have already been towed by sausalito police. it's part of a crackdown to uphold a 72 hour rule and right now they're in phase three of the project targeting unoccupied
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vessles left floating in the water. a boat cannot be anchored in city water for more than 72 hours according to a sausalito ordinance.on monday police posted notices warning the owners of 61 vessles in violation of the rulepolice say the illegally anchored boats are neglected and in danger of falling apart and causing environmental problems. plus boat owners parked at a nearby harbor say they've noticed waste isn't being safely disposed of.the number of squatters out on the water has doubled over the last year amid a housing crisis in the san francisco bay area.since then locals say crime has gone up with the added ilegally anchored boats.sot: dock worker// "theres some break ins crazy traffic a lot of break ins tools come up missing generators all that stuff."on friday 6 boats were towed from richardson bay and there may be more to come. if boat owners want to live out on the water and stay for a longer period of time lt. william fraass says they have to do it legally by paying to dock at a marina, harbor or another portion of richardson bay outside city limits that isn't enforcing the time restraint.
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(ella)tag the tow fee depends on the weight and size of the boat plus they'll be charged $30 for every day it's held at the impound lotminimum monthly payment to legally dock at richardson bay marina for example is 351 per month. live in sausalito ella sogomonian kron 4 news (grant) forecast... as we take this live look outside at the embarcadero...embarcadero... joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... lawrence karnow: it was sunny and bright with above normal temperatures. highs were in
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the 70s and 80s with 60s at the coast. high pressure continues to send any chance of rain well to the north. high pressure will dominate the weather pattern with sunny skies and chilly nights. highs tomorrow will be in the 70s and low 80s inland with 60s at the coast. it will be a little cooler toward the middle of the week. partly cloudy skies are expected next weekend. (vicki) the highway patrol is launching a new effort to stop people from drowsy driving. for the next week, c-h-p and caltrans will be focusing on reminding people to pull over and rest if they feel tired.(grant) kron 4's charles clifford is live for us tonight in san mateo county with details. natsthe california highway patrol says that drowsy driving is a huge problem, on par with drunk driving and distracted driving and with drunk details. county with weekend.expected next weekend.
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is launching a new effort to stop people from drowsy driving. for the next week, c-h-p and caltrans will be focusing on reminding people to pull over and rest if they feel tired.(grant) kron 4's charles clifford is live for us tonight in san mateo county with details. natsthe california highway patrol says that drowsy driving is a huge problem, on par with drunk driving and distracted driving.the cdc says that going without sleep for at 18 hours is the same as having a blood alcohol content of .05.ofc. kurtis waldschmidt is with the highway patrolsot it can mirror the exact same effects. routinely we make stops trying to seekout impared drivers and frequently it's just being on the road to long or lack of sleep.hoping to wake people up to the problem, the chp is teaming up with caltrans and the office of traffic safety (ots) to get the word out.sotthe chp says that in and of it's self driving while tired isn't illegal, but it could lead other violations.sotwhether its unsafe or making unsafe lange changes toward another vehicle. or failing to realize your speed or failing to see a red light. the chp is also reminding drivers that there
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are 80 roadside rest stops across the state but if you can't find one, look for other ways to take a break.sotjust take the next exit and find a safe place to park. to some time to yourself. if that's not an opti we encourage getting a caffineated beverage. something to help. worst case scenario, pull over find a safe place to park and get a ride home.charles clifford kron4 news (grant) california could see a record number voters this election. what they are what they election. midterm voters this record number could see a california (grant) news
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(grant) california could see a record number voters this midterm election. why election officials say so many people have already voted. (vicki) one man has his campaign posters defaced with racist comments. we speak to him and hear how he wants you to fight against voter intimidation.
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(grant) 4 your money tonight... tiny homes are seen as an appealing solution to the nation's affordable housing crisis.(vicki) they're already popular in big cities but demand for the small dwellings is getting bigger everywhere. in today's consumer watch, melisa
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raney has a closer look at what's driving up interest. when it comes to housing-- living small is big.demand for tiny homes is getting bigger with more than half of u-s adults saying they would consider down-sizing.that's according to a recent poll released by the national association of home builders.a majority said they're at least willing to consider moving from a full-size home to one that's a mere 600 square feet. so, what's driving up interest in living in less space? builders of tiny homes say small dwellings allow you to have a smaller mortgage, save money and use that cash to upgrade your living.however, not all generations feel the same way.while more than half of millennials and gen xers are open to the idea.the feeling is shared by only 45-percent of baby boomers and 29-percent of seniors. potential interest doesn't only depend on age-- but also
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location.building codes and zoning laws in some cities make large-scale sales of the tiny homes harder.and if a home is buyers may struggle to secure traditional financing. are on the horizon.according to the national association of home builders--a newly updated building code relaxes certain for tiny homes like the ceiling staircase specifications.for today's consumer watch, i'm melisa raney. (vicki) we are learning more about the man shot by police in danville. tonight we speak to his nieghbors about his out of the norm actions around the community. (grant) a new discovery may have found a way to help patients with dementia. the tool one las vegas facility is using to help trigger memories. (vicki) the days of standing in line to cast your ballot on election day may be numbered in california... as more and more counties adopt new election models to make voting easier than ever. we'll talk about how they're working... in just two and a half minutes.
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get covered today. 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. (vicki) a handful of
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counties in the state are using a new election model to try to make voting easier and more convenient.(grant) capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains the "voters choice act" and how its working for some counties so far.. (nats--)voting centers in sacramento were bustling monday...but not with voters filling out ballots. (stephen doris - poll inspector) "today we probably did more people within the first hour than we did saturday or sunday" with pink envelopes in hand... the majority of those people dropped off their already casted ballots.sacramento along with san mateo, madera, nevada and napa counties participate in the voters choice act. in advance of the election, each registered voter in those counties got a ballot in the mail and had
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access to dozens of drop boxes and early voting centers sprinkled throughout the city. ((alex rodriguez-voter)) "this was my first time voting this way and i will never go back to standing in line again. you take your time before you get here, you fill everything out, you do your research. it took five seconds when i walked from my car to there." the latest data from the secretary of state's office shows as of sunday.. 86,000 voters in the participating counties used the drop boxes, while more than 250,000 mailed back their ballots. with sacramento being the model's most populous participant.. poll inspectors say all eyes in the state are on the capitol city.."in the june election i had an observor with the secretary of state's office to see how we're doing with it. we're piloting this systm for the state, and as goes sacramento, eventually, the state will go this way." if more counties start the new system... the days of standing in line on election day could be numbered in californa. ashley zavala, kron4 news. (grant) someone is defacing political campaign posters with campaign kron4 news.ashley zavala, californa. ashley zavala, kron4 news.
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(grant) someone is defacing political campaign posters with racial slurs in oakland. district-2 city council candidate...kenzie smith...says he recently found several of his campaign posters vandalized at the corner of 14th avenue and east 12th street (grant) kron4's viewers might
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remember kenzie smith from the now infamous #bar-b-que becky incident earlier this year at oakland's lake merritt. he's the person on whom the police were called...for police were whom the police were called...for using charcoal (vicki) new details tonight into the deadly officer involved shooting in danville over the weekend. neighbors of the suspect -- who was killed in the shooting -- say they believe he may have suffered from mental illness.(grant) kron4's michelle kingston visited his apartment complex today and has more from newark. (mk)michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"neighbors of laudemer arboleda say he was quiet, but his behavior was bizarre ... and that police were called here several times."thursday was the last day neighbors say they saw laudemer arboleda ...they say he was with police in the parking lot and that he was carrying a red backpack.many describe him as quiet ... and say he may have suffered from mental illness.they say they'd often see the 33 year old
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outside spraying vinegar on plants and lining the sidewalks with salt ... they say he glued the locks on some neighbors' doors and would peak into their windows billy lopes, neighbor"we noticed the notes he left on his door and his back door, stuff like 'mom, stop coming here.' things like that."on saturday -- the contra costa county sheriffs office says a caller in danville reported seeing a man walking toward several homes with bags in his hands, then go back to his car and circle the neighborhood.that man -- now identified as arboleda -- led police on a pursuit through town -- ultimately ending when they say arboleda steered toward an officer and accelerated his vehicle.deputy sheriff andrew hall has been identified as the officer who feared for his life and fired his weapon ... at least seven bullet holes could be seen in the windshield.arboleda was pronounced dead at the hospital.michelle kingston, mkingstonnewspolice here in newark knew arboleda well ... and would often visit this complex, responding to well fare checks.they say he was never violent.in newark michelle kingston kron 4 news
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(vicki) we now have the name of the suspect responsible for a shooting in marin. around 130 in the morning shots rang out at the helen vine detox facility in san rafael. - a residential facility for alcohol and drug treatnment... deputies says they quickly discovered one person dead... two others badly injured... late monday, police release the suspects name, davance lamar reed. reed is currently in the sonoma county jail for an unrelated pursuit case. in custody, detectives say he made comments connecting himself to the marin shooting. (grant)two inmates on san quentin's death row died over the weekend.one on friday night ... the other on last night.(vicki)both men were housed by themselves and their deaths are being investigated as suicides.kron 4's alecia reid joins us tonight ... what
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can you tell us about these inmates? both of these men were on death row for viciously killing a number of people . one of them was sentenced to death here in california ... just last month.pkgyou see im shaking, i'm actually kinda nervouswords from andrew urdiales at his october sentencing .... after being convicted of killing 5 women while stationed at various marine corps facilities in southern california. even complimenting the prosecutor and jury for a job well done.i understand how they voted. and if i was a juror in my case, i would probably have done the same thing. so i have no hard feelings. i understand and respect their decisionhis years of terror spanned decades. the 54 year old was already serving a life sentence for 3 previous murders. at his sentencing .... jenifer asbenson .. who was kidnapped, raped and stuffed in the trunk of his car but managed to escape ... now forgives him.all i knew of him was that hate and evil and those curse words. that sick monster. so hearing him talk so nice and calmly like i said it just eased my heart.during a routine security check friday night, urdiales was found unresponsive in his cell. he was being housed in the adjustment center, known for hard core, difficult to handle inmates.another inmate ... virendra govin was found unresponsive in his cell on sunday night. the 51 year old was sentenced to death in 2004 for killing a family of 4 then, along with his brother
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and along with his of 4 then, killing a family 2004 for to death in was sentenced the 51 year old sunday night. the 51 year old was sentenced to death in 2004 for killing a family of 4 then, along with his brother and another man, set the victims' house on fire. since 1978, when california reinstated capital punishment, 25 have committed suicide.the official cause of death for both men are pending autopsy results.there is no indication they are related.vicki ... (vicki) a long time couple is finally ready to start a life together. the devestating accident just moments after the wedding.
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(lawrence bay area weather) (sports tease) just ahead in sports, the raiders making more adjustments to the roster... player reaction to the team parting ways with one of its captains.
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we'll open tonight talking warriors-- the back to back champs...on a 7-game winning streak. here's a quick update-- golden state hosting the grizzlies... sluggish first half for the warriors as the game was tied at 58 at the break but, the warriors exploded in the 3rd quarter, a 34-15 frame....alfonso mckinnie key in the stanza with 10 points off the bench. we'll have full highlights later tonight. now to some nfl-- while the 49ers got to spend the weekend with some positive vibes around the team for their latest win, the raiders made another key roster move. in case you
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missed it, the team's front office .. released veteran defensive end bruce irvin. this closes the book on his 2-1/2 year run in oakland. although he was a defensive captain coming into the year, his production dropped due to the absence of khalil mack. with irvin gone, the raiders signing some pass rush help with jacquies smith and kony ealy. but first, here's frostee rucker, with reaction to the irvin move. "each week it seems like there is something new that we gotta get over. a new obstacle, a new adverse situation, but that's part of pro sports, its part of life. so guys have to adapt, new guys have to step up... you know its always about the next man up and right now this has been the key to our whole seasons about the next man up." "the guys are excited man, everybody's diving in... it doesnt seem like anybody's quit or anything of that nature, so i mean you gotta love football man, every opportunity you get you gotta cherish it cuz i know first hand just from comin from where i've been... you know been at the top and now i'm trying to work myself back up to speed you know to the player that iwas, you gotta cherish this stuff now to tonight's game--
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titans-cowboys at jerry's world. --amari cooper didn't take long to provide a highlight. 1st quarter-- quick hit from dak prescott.. and cooper manages to stretch over the goal line. dallas takes an early 7- nothing lead. -- but down the stretch, the titans shut em down...went on a 28-7 run. this put it away...marcus mariota...takes the keeper to the house. mariota accounted for three scores. --tennessee goes on to win 28-14... 49ers-giants on monday night next week. just ahead on kron4 sports at 10, the a's...with a couple of offseason accolades. details on the special honors given to the team's top decision makers. until then, more news around the corner.
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recently, more than $20 million has been spent in the race for superintendent of public instruction to attack my friend tony thurmond's record. well, i've worked with tony, and no one is more qualified to lead our state's schools. that's why tony thurmond is the only candidate endorsed by classroom teachers and the california democratic party. because tony will stand up to the donald trump-betsy devos agenda and has always protected our local public schools. join me in voting for tony thurmond. let's put our kids first. what was supposed to be a happy celebration.just an hour
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after their wedding -- a couple was killed in a helicopter crash.(grant) it happened over the weekend in texas -- about 80 miles west of san antonio. deborah wrigley has the story. bailee ackerman and william byler the 3rd were classmates at sam houston state and they were in love.members of the university's rodeo team they enjoyed the western lifestyle, the outdoors and last year they were engaged. byler, the son of the owner of houston based wt byler construction, their wedding held saturday at their ranch in uvalde.rather than leaving in a car, they opted for a helicopter ride to their wedding night hotel.when less than two hours after they said i do, the unthinkable.a post from a wedding guest read 'we celebrated their fairy tale wedding and they were surrounded by their family and friends as they flew off in the family helicopter.sadly they crashed into the side of a hill about a mile from the ranch.the pilot, jerry, also on board. there were no survivors.'the family remains in the hill country mourning the deaths of a life together ended before it could begin. deborah wrigley 13 eyewitness news.
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(vicki) that was deborah wrigley reporting. the national transportation safety board said on twitter it is investigating the crash. lawrence karnow: it was sunny and bright with above normal temperatures. highs were in the 70s and 80s with 60s at the coast. high pressure continues to send any chance of rain well to the north. high pressure will dominate the weather pattern with sunny skies and chilly nights. highs tomorrow will be in the 70s and low 80s inland with 60s at the coast. it will be a little cooler toward the middle of the week. partly cloudy skies are expected next weekend. (vicki) 4 your health tonight... a new ultra- powerful opioid is about to make its
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way into hospitals.... (grant)hospitals.... into to make its way opioid is about powerful new ultra-tonight... a health 4 your (vicki) (vicki) 4 your health
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tonight... a new ultra- powerful opioid is about to make its way into hospitals.... (grant) the food and drug administration is facing criticism over the approval of a drug called dsuvia. (grant) the opioid medication is five to ten times more powerful than fentanyl and one thousand times more potent than morphine.the pain killer can only be given in hospitals- meant for those who can't take an iv. but public advocacy groups were quick to condemn the decision.they fear it will lead to more overdoses. earlier this year f-d-a commisioner... called opioids the biggest crisis facing the nation.dr. scott gottlieb/ fda commisioner: the problem is we have this legacy of a lot of addiction associated with past activities and we are still seeing too much utilization that is fueling too much new addiction.(grant) in a statement the fda comissioner says quote "the agency is taking new steps to more actively confront this
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crisis, while also paying careful attention to the needs of patients and physicians managing pain." the department of defense was involved in its development for soldiers injured in battle. according to the f-d-a, dsuvia will not be available in retail pharmacies or for outpatient use. (vicki) skin cancer deaths are rising among men -- but not women. that's according to new global analysis presented at the 20-18 cancer conference on sunday in glasgow, scotland. the study found that over the last three decades, male deaths from melanoma were higher than female deaths in 33 countries in europe, north america, and australia . rates among women have either stabilized or decreased. dr. dorothy yang says the evidence suggests men aren't as likely protect themselves from the sun as women. (grant) parents disciplining their children should avoid spanking--that's according to a new policy statement from the american academy of pediatrics.
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among the methods not advised: spanking, slapping, insulting and shaming. instead -- the group advises mothers and fathers to use mothers and advises the group instead -- the group advises mothers and fathers to use what it calls "healthy forms of discipline." those include giving positive reinforcement, setting expectations and limits. this statement is an update of guidance from 1998 that also called for non- physical responses to undesired behavior. (vicki) a rare but serious polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis, or a-f- m, is sweeping the nation. the u-s centers for disease control and prevention confirm 80 cases and are investigating 219. that's eight more confirmed cases since last week and 20 additional patients under investigation. the iness affects an area of the spinal cord that can cause paralysis. symptoms of a-f-m include loss of muscle tone, facial drooping, slurred speech, and difficulty swallowing. almost all instances of a-f-m occur in children under 18-years old.
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(grant) classic literature appears to help dementia patients. a las vegas facility is using old books to help people bring back memories. john treanor reports. its amazing the power of a story...how something written so long ago like treasure island can bring back memories trigger something inside us.shirley gregg/dementia patient"it brings back memories."for folks like shirley gregg a thirty minute story time helps keep the mind activefitting that they make this discovery at poets cornerthe home for people with memory problems like dementia and alzheimer's phil robb/director of engagement at poet's walk "their moods elevate right away. i think were going back into their memories. that their mom and dad read to them."they tried other things simpler stories with pictures nursery rhymes, curious george. but the people who live here grew bored of it frustrated.it was when they used the
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classics.those old new feelings.phil robb/director of engagement at "i think for us it was a breakthrough. when we learned very excited about it as well."john treanor. (grant) the united states announced today it is re- imposing -- and expanding -- its sanctions on iran. this comes as the u.s. completes its withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal, a move president trump announced omar jimenez reports from washington. the united states is now reimposing all sanctions on iran lifted by the 2015 nuclear deal.mike pompeo / secretary of state: the iranian regime has a choice. it can either do a 180 degree turn from its outlaw course of action and act like a normal country or it can see its economy crumble.these sanctions are now the second round of reimposed penalties since president trump pulled out of the nuclear deal in may. steven mnuchin / dept. of the
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treasury, secretary: today we sanctioned more than 700 individuals, entities, aircraft and vessels as part of treasury's largest ever single day action targeting iran.it's a day that's been a long time coming for the trump administration ever since it pulled out of the 2015 nuclear deal. even president trump tweeted out a game of thrones style image of himself on "sanctions are coming". and now that november fifth is here, there's been swift reaction around the world. for starters, in iran, president hassan rouhani isn't planning to play along.hassan rouhani / president of iran (translated): we will break these sanctions with honor because sanctions are cruel, are against the international law, are against agreements, are against u.n. resolutions. after the 2015 nuclear deal went into effect, the united states' own state department certified several times that iran was sticking to its end of the deal.and it's a deal that many countries still support including france, germany, the u.k., russia, and china. all of them largely disagree with the u.s.' latest decision.in washington, i'm omar jimenez. (vicki) need to keep up
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with your four main elf food groups? we have a sugar rush you're not going to want to miss... all inspired by your favorite christmas elf.
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(grant) they're back... the spice girls are reuniting! (vicki) members of the british girl group announced a reunion tour on social media monday. four of the original members -- emma "baby spice" bunton...geri "ginger spice" halliwell horner... melanie "sporty spice" chisholm, and melanie "scary spice" brown will be together on stage again. posh spice victoria beckham will
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not be a part of the reunion. the spice world u-k tour kicks off june of 2019. tickets go on sale saturday... november tenth. (grant) a-m-c theaters is raising the price for its ticket app "stubs a-list" in select states. a-m-c plans to charge 23-95 -- up from 19- 95 -- to new customers in california, connecticut, massachusetts, new jersey and new york. 35 other states will keep the 19-95 a month rate. a-m-c says that stubs a-list has "beat all membership expectations" and the company is adjusting prices "where the program is most popular." changes are expected to start in 2019. if you pay the monthly if you pay the monthly fee... you can see up to three movies every week... for about 20 bucks a month.
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(vicki) son of a nutcracker!pillsbury is releasing ready-to-bake sugar cookies inspired by the christmas movie "elf" starring will ferrell. what better way to honor buddy the elf than to eat his favorite food - sugar! the cookies are available for purchase from target, walmart, kroger, and safeway. these pre-cut goodies feature buddy's iconic green and yellow elf hat. they're similar to other pillsbury holiday cookies... like the ones that picture pumpkins and ghosts for halloween and turkeys for thanksgiving. the best way to spread holiday cheer is singing loud for all to hear....and perhaps picking hear....and for all to hear....and perhaps picking up some of treats. (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?
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(pam) thank you grant and vicki.... next at ten... kron 4 is your local election headquraters and we are just hours away from election day... after the break, we will bring you everything you need to know in the last minute push to the polls. plus...two men on california's death row for committing multiple murders have been found dead at san quentin state prison.(pam) and -- a local homeless crackdown on the water. the ultimatium given to people living on delapidated boats.. in one of the most picturesque parts of the world.(ken) don't go away...hour three of kron 4 news in primetime starts right after the break.
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(pam) (pam) this is a live look over san francisco tonight... you can see the sales force tower lit up for election day ... as the clock winds down toward election day. the nation is election day. the nation is now just hours away from the official start of election day voting.(pam) good evening i'm pam moore. (ken) and i'm ken wayne.
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voter turnout is not only expected to pass the numbers we saw in 2014 but it could be a record turnout. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and spent the afternoon at san francisco city hall. j.r., anything voters need to know for tomorrow? (j.r.) if you're going to san francisco city hall officials recommend getting there earlier because because the lines will get longer as the day goes on. if you think this looks busy....just wait until election day which is now just hours away. here at san francisco city hall three hundred workers will be tallying ballots and voters will be making choices. if you're one of those voters...be prepared. sot well i did some...well i'm not going to lie i didn't do much research so i def had to read through all the pamphlet and the information so it took me quite a while and as you can see i'm pretty much the last one.the ballot consists of 4 different sheets that are double d.

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