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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. 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 sided...so 8 pages
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worth of decisions. while the governor's race may be the talk of the state. the issues are the talk of early voters in san francisco.sotsome say they are inspired this year.sot many in the democratic stronghold of san francisco say their inspiration to vote this year comes from the president.sotthe voter turnout is already at 24 percent in san francisco and could break records in the city by the bay. sot oc: recorded history essentially (j.r.)voter turnout back in 2014 was just over 50 percent. there is a thought that we could be above 70 percent here in san francisco. officials also say that if you are in line at 8 pm you will have a chance to vote if it goes past 8. pam and ken now back to you. (ken) the two candidates vying to be california's next governor made some final pitches in the bay area. (pam) democratic nominee gavin newsom is holding an event in san francisco's mission district... on this night before election day. election day. you. essentiallyhistory essentially (j.r.)voter turnout back in 2014 was just over 50 percent. thought that we could be above 70 san francisco. officials also say that if you are in line at 8 have a chance to vote if it goes past 8. pam and ken now back to you.
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you. essentially (j.r.)voter turnout back in 2014 was just over 50 percent. there is a thought that we could be above 70 percent here in san francisco. officials also say that if you are in line at 8 pm you will have a chance to vote if it goes past 8. pam and ken now back to you. (ken) the two candidates vying to be california's next governor made some final pitches in the bay area. (pam) democratic nominee gavin newsom is holding an event in san francisco's mission district... on this night before election day. kron4's dan thorn is live tonight with a wrap up of that event... dan? ken and pam..newsom was joined by other prominent democrats at tonight's final push..
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senator kamala harris and governor jerry brown threw their support behind the lt. governor. at the center of the conversation was the hope for democrats to regain power. nats:hundreds of excited supporters were in attendance as democratic candidate for governor gavin newsom takes the stage..sot:newsom was joined by other democratic leaders...senator kamala harris and governor jerry brown...senator harris says this mid term election is a chance to turn the tide and turn away from hate..sot: harrisgovernor brown says it will be great for him to pass the torch from one democrat to another after newsom wins the race...the governor also took some shots at president trump.. sot:another democrat--san francisco mayor london breed also made an apperance at the event but did not speak.. meanwhile in his final campaign stop...newsom made sure to touch on immigration, climate change, housing and inequality in his speech to supporters. he also celebrated california's diversity..sot: the latest poll numbers from real clear politics show newsom has a 20 point lead
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over republican john cox. that's the latest live in sf dan thorn kron4 news. (pam)(pam) kron4 news. sf dan thorn kron4 news. (pam) san francisco has seen
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strong early voting activity so far -- which may lead to the highest voter turnout during a mid-term election in the city.. since 19-74. california's senior u.s. senator dianne feinstein cast her ballot at a collection tent in front of san francisco's city hall. the incumbent is maintaining a healthly lead in the most recent polls against her opponent- democratic california state senator kevin de leon. senator feinstein says, whatever your party affilation .... getting out and excercising the right to vote is paramount. the city's department of
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elections says, it has seen 24% of registered voters ... either drop - off their vote- by- mail ballots .. or hit the polls early . the office says.. that is a fairly strong turnout for a midterm election. (ken) election day is now just a few hours away.. and republican gubernatorial candidate john cox is back making his last pitch to some east bay auto repair workers struggling to find affordable housing here in the bay area. kron4's haaziq madyun has the story. (pkg)nats john cox"why are you living in manteca?"nats auto repair worker"in 1991 that was the affordable"california republican 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 platinum auto collision and paint whose employees commute from the central valley to berkeley because the rent is too high
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in this areanats auto worker"i commute from modesto" nats john cox"you're kidding?"nats auto worker"no"mr. cox says he builds and manages apartments in the state of indiana at a much that are much lower cost and aims to lower the price of building affordable housing in california if he is elected governorsothe says supply and demand is not the real problemsotsotsotplatinum auto collison employee: "on my
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family it is very hard on them because i can't make it in time to go out to dinner with them during the week. if one of my cousins has a football game i can't make it to that because i get home so late and as far as gas, it is very expensive">the real clear politics poll has john cox 16 points behind lt. governor gavin newsom. the rebulican gubernatorial candidate's help is on the way bus tour will hit san francisco, sacramento, orange county and end in san diego on election day...in berkeley haaziq madyun kron4news kron4newshaaziq madyun kron4news (ken) it has been a midterm year like none other -- from a like none midterm year it has been a (ken) it has been a midterm year like none other -- from a very active, very vocal president, to a record number of women on the ballot, and
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unexpected events that keep changing the game for both parties.(pam) election day is tomorrow and president trump taking on the mid-terms -- with a final blitz of 11 -rallies in six- days.(pam) our grant lodes is live in the studio now ... to break down what is at stake tomorrow... grant? (grant) with 35 senate seats on the ballot -- democrats need a net gain of two, a goal that became more politically complex, after the supreme court confirmation battle over brett kavanaugh. that energized democratic and republican voters. but republicans also face the headwinds that come with a president with approval ratings below 50 percent -- and whose brash america first rhetoric may alienate moderatem republicans, women and independents.
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do."> democrats say they see an opportunity with a message of protecting health care. suburban districts will liely be key to whether democrats can flip the house....and maybe even the senate. (grant) that's where republicans will lean on their record -- highlighting low unemployment and the economy. (grant) kron4 is your local election headquarters. we will have expanded election coverage starting at 8 p.m. tomorrow night. be the first to know of local election returns and hear expert analysis. you can also head to our website for the locations of local voting sites. (ken) we're following breaking news out of the east bay.... an antioch police officer was shot in the head ... and tonight the police are still searching for the suspect.... it's happening near deerfield drive ... and
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the shooting has prompted a huge police presence in the area. as of right now the as of right area. as of right now the officer's now the as of right area.presence in the area. as of right now the officer's condition is not known. 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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(ken) coming up -- 2 san quinton death row inmates found dead... why authorities believe it's suicide. we'll have details in a live report... (pam) and -- the high price of bay area housing ... is being blamed for a small flotilla of illegal boats in the waters off sausalito. now that small city is cracking down.
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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 goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein. officials announced the deaths of two death row inmates this weekend at san quentin state prison. both inmates were behind bars for murder.(pam) officials are investigating these deaths as suicides. reports say, both were found unresponsive in their cells this weekend. our alecia reid joins us live in the studio with details on these inmates... alecia? details surrounding details surrounding their deaths are still unknown.both of these
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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 multiple 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
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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 and another man, set the victims' house on fire. since 1978, when california reinstated capital punishment, 25 of those inmates have committed suicide.of course, the official cause of death for both men are pending autopsy results.there is no indication their deaths are related.lawrence ... let's take a live look outside
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tonight... lawrence is here with the weather for the week.. 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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notifying boat owners that are anchored in city water for more than 72 hours that they have to leave or the boats will be impounded.(pam) kron 4's ella sogomonian is live along richardson bay ... where several boats have been hauled off ... 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 vessles left floating in the
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water. on monday sautalito police posted notices warning the owners of 61 vessles they may be towed in violation of the rule.that because a boat cannot be anchored in city water for more than 72 hours according to a sausalito ordinance.police 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.they add that regulation has been a tough years-long battlesot: dock worker// "its going to be tough i mean they can they can pull anchor and then just move 100 yards down the chute and anchor up again. so itll be a cat and mouse thing."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
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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. (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 (pam) still ahead tonight -- new details about the suspect in the officer- involved shooting in danville over the weekend. what we are learning about the man .. shot to death by police. (ken) plus -- c-e-o jeff bezotaking questions about a location for the second amazon headquarters. how he's making his decision... when we come back.
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california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me.
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we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent. (pam) amazon has yet to
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announce where its second headquarters will be. in a rare interview, c-e-o jeff bezos remained tight- lipped about the choice... but says .. he is picking the location with his "heart." he said he will announce the h-q-two choice by the end of the year. austin, atlanta, new york city, dallas, miami, nashville and northern virginia are some of the locations ... and that's the short list. it looks like no west coast cities made the short list cut. (ken) the world's largest convenience store is trying to be more convenient.7-eleven will test a self-checkout feature at 14 stores in dallas
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starting wednesday. the scan-and-pay option through the 7-eleven mobile app allows customers to ring up slurpees and snacks on their smartphones -- without having to wait in line. 7-eleven plans to expand scan-and-pay to more u-s stores next year. the test comes as big retailers, including walmart, target, and dollar general, are experimenting with different ways to make checking out easier for shoppers in stores through apps. (pam) coming up -- the c-h-p has a warning for drivers... after clocks fell back an hour this weekend. (ken) and -- we're learning more about the suspect in a deadly shooting at a marin county rehab.. we have details on a possible motive - next. (pam) 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 will talk about what is in the works .. after the break. (lawrence)ten at ten
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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 goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein. the new sleep number 360 smart beds are on sale now during sleep number's veterans day sale.
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it senses your movement, and automatically adjusts to keep you both comfortable. it even helps with this. so you wake up ready to put your pedal to the metal. and now during our veterans day sale, the queen sleep number 360 c4 smart bed is only $1299 - save $400. plus, 24-month financing on all beds. only for a limited time. sleep number. proven, quality sleep. counties in the state are using a new election model to try to make voting easier and more convenient.(pam) capitol bureau reporter ashley za-va-la explains... the "voters choice act" and how it is working out for some counties so far.. (nats--)voting centers in
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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 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
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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. tag. "they want america to be a giant sanctuary city for drug dealers, predators and blood-thirsty ms-13 killers." (pam) president trump's campaign rhetoric growing more and more extreme ... in the final hours before the mid-term election.(ken) right now, the democrats stand a good chance of retaking the house. republicans are favored to keep control of the senate. (pam) and as ryan
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o'donnel shows us, the president is hoping to ensure victory in the senate ... using the same issues that put him in the white house. "in a certain way i am on the ballot. whether we consider it or not, the press is considering it a referendum on me and us as a movement,"the president entering the last hours of the campaign with an all=out effort to demonize the democrats.democrats are inviting caravan after caravan. isn't that nice? of illegal aliens to flood into our country and overwhelm your communities. if you want more caravans and more crime. vote democrat. if you want strong borders and safe communities vote republican.nat from ad the message even more emphatic in this campaign ad saying a vote for democrats is a vote for mob rule.more natover the weekend, nbc, fox and facebook refused to run another trump ad ... widely described as racist because it ties an illegal immigrant cop killer to the migrant caravan hundreds of miles away from the u=s borderdangerous illegal criminals like cop killer luis bracamontes don't care about our laws.trump's reaction today, well , a lot of things are offensive. your questions are offensive a lot of times so you know "unlike some people, i don't just make stuff up when i'm talking. i've got facts to back me up."former president obama says republicans are trying to bamboozle voters. "they're telling us that the single most grave threat to america is a bunch
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of like poor, impoverished, broke, hungry refugees a thousand miles away..." (ken) (ken) away..."thousand miles refugees a broke, hungry impoverished, broke, hungry refugees a thousand miles away..." (ken) kron4 is your local election headquarters. we will have expanded election coverage starting at 8 p.m.
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tomorrow night. be the first to know of local election returns and hear expert analysis. you can also head to our website for the locations of local voting sites. (pam) a man is in custody ... after a deadly shooting at a rehabilitation facility in marin county this morning.. one person was killed - two others were hurt... and tonight, we are learning more about the suspect police have in custody. (ken) new information on a possible motive for the shooting has come to light... kron 4's terisa estacio explains. it was around 130 in the morning when shots rang out... here at the helen vine detox facility in san rafael. an - a residential facility for alcohol and drug treatnment... deputies says they quickly discovered one person dead... two others badly injured... sgt. mike brovelli, marin county sheriff. how did a gun get into the facility? we are looking into that. it was late in teh afternoon, when a break in the case... detectives discovered a lead on the suspect.. brovelli. he is in custody... late monday, the suspects name, davance lamar reed... and this... 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. the victims names here at the hospital have been released. they are...
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(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 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
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fare checks.well fare newark.has more from they are... released. they are... (ken) 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.(pam) 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 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
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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 mplex, responding to well fare checks.they say he was never violent.in newark michelle kingston kron 4 news
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(pam) another big story tonight... two children .... allegedly kidnapped in san jose by their mother... have been found safe in colorado. the mother .... diana moreira ... was on a supervised visit with her children in a park... before allegedly kidnapping them.... setting off an amber alert. police say, a social worker had taken moreira's 11- year old daughter to the restroom... when moreira absconded with her one- year old son. as the social worker was serching for the one- year old, the 11- year old also disappeared. moreira is currently in the el paso county, colorado jail ... facing felony charges of kidnapping and child endangerment. 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
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and low 80s inland with 60s at the coast. it will be a little cooler toward the middle of partly cloudy skies are expected next weekend.
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(ken) a firefighter in mission viejo died in orange county, after being hit by a driver while bicycling saturday. captain mike kreza passed away early this morning from his injuries. the driver was arrested on felony d-u-i charges and is being held on one-hundred- thousand-dollars bail. kreza was an 18-year veteran of the costa mesa fire and rescue department. he leaves behind a wife and three children. (pam) the highway patrol is launching a new effort ... to stop people from drowsy driving. for the next week, the c-h-p and cal-trans will be focusing on reminding people to pull over and rest... if they feel tired. kron 4's charles clifford has more. 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
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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 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 option 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
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clifford kron4 news (ken) (ken) still ahead tonight -- a couple's wedding day ends in a tragedy after their helicopter crashes moments after they tied the knot. (pam) and -- saudi arabia announcing it will investigate the death of journalist jamal khashoggi. how his sons are responding.. when we come back. (sports) coming up in sports, the warriors were tied with memphis at the half, and then introduced us to a secret weapon. meet the
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team's new star.
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tragedy just hours after a texas couple exchanged vows. the young couple and the pilot of their helicopter died after it crashed.(pam) it was early sunday morning ... just five- to 10- minutes after takeoff from a texas ranch... just outside of san antonio. sofia ojeda talked to students at sam houston state university -- where the newlyweds were seniors. nats: "that is just so sad." students at sam houston state university reacted to the news this morning that two of their own-- seniors and newlyweds will byler, and bailee ackerman byler were both killed leaving their wedding reception early sunday morning. xitclalli garcia/sam houston state student: "so obviously we care about our community and our students and... even
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if we didn't know each other that doesn't mean we don't care about our fellow bearcats."amanda rincon morales/sam houston state student: "to meet your soulmate here at school and then to lose all of that, it's so heartbreaking."will and bailee byler spent their saturday celebrating their love for each other.their wedding on the byler family ranch in uvalde just outside of san antonio.later that night the couple, along with their pilot, left the reception and took off in a chopper into the night.search crews found the chopper at daybreak.a friend of the family says the helicopter only got about before going down. (pam) that was sofia ojeda (o- jay-da) reporting. the pilot... 76-year-old gerald lawrence also died. the cause of the crash is unknown. the n-t-s-b is investigating. (ken) saudi arabia announced today a new investigation into the death of journalist jamal khashoggi. khashoggi was killed at the saudi consulate in istanbul just over one month ago. the head of the saudi human rights commission, made the announcement about the investigation in geneva. he stated that saudi king
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salman issued the directive for the investigation... and called for the perpetrators to be brought to justice. turkish authorities are still searching for khashoggi's remains. two of his sons are speaking out for the first time. turkey turkey suggested that high-level officials within the saudi government had knowledge of the plot to kill khashoggi. (pam) the city of london is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of world war one ... and doing so, with an amazing and powerful visual spectacle. jeremy roth has tonights take a look at this! to recognize 100 years since the end of world war one ... the tower of london is hosting a
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we open tonight with more evidence of just how dangerous the warriors can be. four all-stars in the lineup, make it 5 when boogie cousins is healthy. so naturally, the hero of the night is an undrafted player who started his professional career in luxembourg. ---warriors hosting the grizzlies... omri caaspi... now with memphis... getting his championship ring from bob myers --2nd quarter... grizzlies giving the champs problems... jarren jackson inside for the hoop and the harm... memphis leads by five --later in the 2nd... steph curry... three-pointer... he is fouled... 4-point play for curry. he had 19 points and 7 assists --end of the half... klay thompson... he, of the record 14 threes in a game a week ago tonight... ties it at the half... game- high 27 points for klay --out of the break--... here comes alfonzo mckinnie... the trey to put the warriors up 90- 71... 34-15 quarter for the dubs in the 4th, more from mckinney... the dunk in
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transisiton... he was playing in luxombourg last year on a team that won only two games... 14 points off the bench for mckinney --final score... 117-101 warriors for their 8th straight ... draymond green did leave the game with a foot contusion... his status thursday against the milwaukee bucks is in question now to the nfl-- the raiders back to work..after having a few days to digest an embarrasing loss to the 49ers in primetime. the players had some time off, but the team's front office busy this weekend... releasing veteran defensive end bruce irvin. this puts an end to 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, 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
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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-- 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. finally, big news for the
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a's tonight. billy beane...named your 2018 executive of the year. also, bob melvin...the oakland skipper...named a finalist for the baseball writers association of america a-l manager of the year award. what a phenomenal job this season... led the green and gold to 97 wins--4th best in all of baseball..and a playoff berth, despite multiple injuries to his pitching rotation and a low payroll. he's a two-time winner of the award... the other finalists are tampa bay's kevin cash and alex cora of the champion-red sox. (weather) coming up i'll have the seven day forecast. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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"look what she's accomplished... she authored the ban on assault weapons... pushed the desert protection act through congress, and steered billions of federal dollars to california projects such as subway construction and wildfire restoration." "she... played an important role in fighting off ...trump's efforts to kill the affordable care act." california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate.
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california values senator dianne feinstein to the story of the city of london commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of world war one ... the resort also features the world's first all-glass underwater restaurant. to recognize 100 years since the end of world war one ... the tower of london is hosting a stunning 8-night event.it's called "beyond the deepening shadow: the tower remembers." the nightly event fills the tower's moat with thousands of brightly lit torches ...to commemorate those who died during the great war ...which lasted five years and changed europe and the world forever. the event's final night also
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marks the anniversary of the war's end which was declared "at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month."and now to the maldives...where the world's first-ever underwater hotel residence is now open. it's called "muraka" and is located at the conrad maldives rangali island resort.the two-story villa is set more than 15 feet below the indian ocean.it includes a private gym, bar, infinity pool ... and even has an ocean-facing bathtub.the resort also features the world's first all-glass underwater restaurant.the lush accommodations are not for everyone though, mainly because of the price tag. visitors have to stay four nights to the tune of 200 thousand dollars.but that does buy you a personal chef for all meals and the use of a private boat.for talat - i'm jeremy roth lawrence karnow: it was sunny and bright with above normal
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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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in new york city's war on crime, the worst criminal offenders are pursued by the detectives of the major case squad. these are their stories. i thought you wanted me to come. christian, you know when your time is. aren't you happy to see me? you can call me... later. (scoffs) (scoffs) (playing jazz melody) aying jazz melody) i have five more minutes, man. this is bull. you owe us the time. five minutes.

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