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right now.... as we take a look at our networof traffic cams. wet roads... making for a wet commute tonight... as more storm clouds loom... (ken) thank you for joining us, i'm ken wayne. (pam) and i'm pam moore. we have team coverage of the rain tonight. (pam) lawrence karnow is standing by in the kron 4 weather center... as we continue to track the storm. (ken) but first ... kron 4's charles clifford is live in marin county with a look at the conditions there. charles? another live look outside right now... as we get our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was a cloudy and cool day with highs only in the 50s. doppler radar is picking up on some rain moving in now with more to come. low pressure will stay off the coast but it will spin up some showers and a few isolated thunderstorms. showers will be on and off through the night and tomorrow before slowing by tomorrow
afternoon. it will will also be windy at times near the coast as the low moves south. highs tomorrow will be in the 50s. dry weather will return on thursday and into the weekend. rain is possible again at the beginning of next week. (pam) make sure (pam) next week.beginning of again at the beginning of next week. (pam) (ken) next week.beginning of next week. (pam) make sure you download the kron 4 mobile app.. or go to our website kron 4 dot com to stay on top of the storm. there you'll find full forecasts and interactive radar. you can alerts for your neighborhood. neighborhood.your alerts for
also get you can radar. interactive forecasts and you'll find full there the storm.stay on top of dot com to website kron 4 go to our mobile app.. or the kron 4 you download make sure (pam) next week.beginning of again at the is possible weekend. rain into the thursday and will return on dry weather be in the 50s. tomorrow will south. highs low moves coast as the low moves tomorrow will be in the 50s. dry weather will return on thursday and into the weekend. rain is possible again at the beginning of next week. next week.
(pam) make sure you download the kron 4 mobile app.. or go to our website kron 4 dot com ... to stay on top of the storm. there you'll find full forecasts and interactive radar. you can also get alerts for your neighborhood. (ken) in the east bay. the contra costa county coroner's office has identified the three-year old girl hit by a car and killed in an antioch parking lot last night as angela nguyen from brentwood. kron four's philippe djegal reports from the scene of the accident... where shoppers say regardless of how the collision happened, drivers should slow down. (philippe) holding hands and looking both ways before crossing the street may sound basic enough... but as retail stores prepare for more foot traffic during the
holidays... sadly, it takes the death of a three-year-old girl to remind shoppers to pay close attention while navigating through parking lots.danielle waren/mother- "a lot of them can't see little kids. thats, that's the bad part. they can't see little kids behind their cars or whatnot." a small group of people who work at the somersville towne center mall in antioch shared a prayer outside sears tuesday morning. they were still grief-stricken by the loss of angela nguyen from brentwood. she was hit by a car in front of the store and eventually died at a hospital monday night.natalie mello/shopper- "that's gotta be terrible, terrible, terrible. i don't know, i don't know what to keep our minds on the lord so he can help us through everything." and, although police are still looking into the cause of the accident... shoppers here at sears say it's important to watch your speed in parking lots.ruben vazquez/shopper- "we need to be cautioned driving slowly and care the people." police say the driver involved is cooperating with the investigation... and, that it doesn't appear drugs or alcohol were factors in the deadly crash.danielle waren/mother- "(philippe) what do you tell your kids? (danielle) to stay with me, all the time, but who knows. it could, they could be right there next to you and same thing could happen." police also say the driver has not been charged with a crime. in antioch, philippe djegal, kron four news.
(pam) in the south bay. san jose is expected to join forces with google ... on a huge development deal in downtown san jose. kron four's rob fladeboe has the latest on the deal. it will take years and there are many obstacles to overcome but the west side of san jose is about to undergo a major transformation. after much public testimony, the city council will be voting on whether to approve a land sale to google for a massive transit village and campus west of highway 87. google is offering to pay more than $100 million dollars city owned land surrounding diridon station. in total, google would develop some 50 acres to include a mega campus with office space for for some 20,000 workers. business leaders are hailing the development as a game changer for the city but critics, some of whom have undertaken a hunger strike in opposition, worry that it will only contribute to an already dire shortage of affordable housing public testimonyrob fladeboe/san jose "....in the early going the public testimony was running about three to one in favor of the google deal. the (ken) wall street took a
dive today amid fading enthusiasm for the u-s - china trade truce. the dow jones industrial average plunged 799 points, its worst day in almost two months and fourth worst single day loss ever. the nasdaq fell almost four percent, while the s-and-p lost more than three percent. analysts blame the plunge on doubts over the trade truce, as well as concerns that u-s economic growth is slowing. the markets are closed tomorrow to honor president george h-w bush. (pam) developing tonight.... there is a plan in the works to fix the infamous sinking and leaning millennium tower in san francisco. kron4's maureen kelly talked with the structural engineer behind the new plan... who says the leaning... can be reversed.
plans for the estimated 100- million dollar fix are being submitted to the city today. here's an illustration of what it will look like.the structual engineer behind this design involves installing more than 50 concrete and steele piles 250 feet down to bedrock under the corner of the foundation that's sinking. it's referred to as underpinning that the engineer says is commonly used in construction.... what's unusual about this is the size of the building, very large and the capacity of the piles. each one of the piles is designed to resist 1,000,500 pounds of loadit's a solution that is expected not to only prevent the slow sink that's been happening....but also reverse it. by putting piles only on the north and west sides, we will allowed for continued additional minor settlements on the south and east sides which naturally happens with all buildings, and as it occurs we expect that some of the tilt that has occurred to the building in the past will actually come
out of the building and allow it to become plumbut that could take as long as fifty years.this agreement was hammered out during mediation between the homeowners association and the luxury condo developer. those owners who've had to sell have taken a loss since this problem came to light and some critics say this expensive fix won't restore the building to it's former status. a realtor who says he sold a 13 million dollar penthouse unit after the problem was exposed disagrees.it's unlike any other building in san francisco. i do believe it's going to come back and it is disappointing that units that treated during this time have done so to discount, to be expected but i think that discount is going to disappear after the building is structurally correctif the design for the fix is approved construction could start in the spring. one lane of traffic on both mission and fremont will likely be impacted...possibly as long as the year and a half it's projected to take until the job is complete.maureen kelly kron4 news. coming up at six.. chilling video of a robbery at an east bay car wash.. reaction from customers and the plea for help from police. also ahead.. homes near hubs ... one state senator wont give up... he tries again to clear the way for housing near transit and job centers all over the state... and next... an emotional 24 hours in the
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the president. (ken) president bush dedicated his life to public service and built a political dynasty.(pam) although friends say he didn't like to boast about his accomplishmen ts. kron 4's washington correspondent alexandra limon joins us live from washington tonight.. alexandra, how are lawmakers on capitol hill are remembering president bush's many accomplishments? president donald trump visited members of the bush family -- at blair house --across the street from the white house... while at the capitol rotunda....thousands of americans continued to pay their respects to president george herbert walker bush in a truly touching moment...bob dole saluted the presidents casket.in the spirit of president bush's ability to reach across party lines...united states senators from both parties paid tribute to his lifetime of service and his many accomplishmentssen. richard durbin / il-d under president george herbert walker bush we saw the largest reduction in nuclear weapons in history. and america and the world are safer today because of it.sen. john cornyn / tx-rsen. klobuchar / mn-dhe signed the bipartisan american
with disabilites act which has had a lasting impactpeople who benefitted from that legislation were among those who paid their respects.. as did former generals who served under president bush during operation desert storm.as part of the tributes to the 41st president... lawmakers also remembered how bush helped them early in their careers sen. ted cruz / tx-rhe didnt have to give me the time of day... (long emotional pause) but he poured his heart into the people around him.a memorial service for president bush will take place wednesday at the national cathedral. (pam) (pam) (pam) and kron 4 will
extended coverage on the kron 4 morning news starting at 4 a- m. let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. lawrence karnow: it was a cloudy and cool day with highs only in the 50s. doppler radar is picking up on some rain moving in now with more to come. low pressure will stay off the coast but it will spin up some showers and a few isolated thunderstorms. showers will be on and off through the night and tomorrow before slowing by tomorrow afternoon. it will will also be windy at times near the coast as the low moves south. highs tomorrow will be in the
50s. dry weather will return on thursday and into the weekend. rain is possible again at the beginning of next week. (ken) a warning about a possible text scam in the bay area. san mateo county sheriff's officials say it sheriff's county san mateo area.scam in the bay next week.beginning of again at the beginning of next week. (ken) a warning (ken)
claiming to be a deputy with the "san mateo county security system," saying authorities will be doing an annual inspection of businesses and residences that may include needing access to units. (ken) sheriff's officials say sheriff's (ken) sheriff's officials say they will never send out a message through s-m-c alert and people should call 911 if they have any doubts about who is at their door. (pam) in the east bay.... police say, they need help from the public... in identifying the woman holding the big knife you see in this video. she is wanted in connection
bery victim: "well she surprised me. all of a sudden she pulls out a huge knife from inside her pocket and demanded i give her the cash"> now as you see in the video after several unsuccessful attempts at demanding he open the safe she leaves, taking the money from the register, getting away on foot. ali told me that he cautiously followed behind her and watched as she crossed clayton road before disappearing behind that mcdonald's across the streetsot ncord police investigators have a limited description of the person other than what he see in this video. if you think you know who this woman is concord police what like to hear from you...in concord haaziq madyun kron4news (ken) a new report from the state's public policy institute indicates arrests have gone down in the past few decades -- but significant racial disparities in arrest rates still exist in california. the arrest rate peaked in 1989 -- since then california has seen a 58 percent reduction in arrests. and while the gap between the number of whites and
blacks arrested has narrowed slightly since then... data show that as of 2016, black people are still being arrested at a rate 3 times higher than whites.... and in 13 california counties... that rate jumps to 5 times higher. coming up... senators finally get the c-i-a briefing they wanted on the killing and dismemberment of journalist jamal khashoggi ... and they say it is 'crystal clear' who is responsible. details ahead. an outrageous set of circumstances that led to the abuse of young boys.. that is how an attorney describes what happened at a trusted, local community spot for children. details on the lawsuit.. next in the north in the north bay. a
major lawsuit has been filed against a 'boys and girls' club. the suit alleges the club failed to protect children from being sexually abused by this man... paul dwyane kilgore. the former coach was convicted and sentenced to 150 -years in prison. and as kron four's terisa estacio reports now... an attorney representing the male victims says, it is shocking what they uncovered about the sonoma boys and girls club. dave ring, attorney "this man, kilgore, he was a predator." attorney dave ring discused with me the lawsuit filed tuesday on behalf of the young men he is representing... all
victims of this man... paul dwayne kilgore... who is currently in prison serving a 150 year sentence for molesting boys he coached at the boys and girls club of sonoma valley. ring. "what is really shocking and outrageous is evidence we found with boys and girls club could have put an end to mr. kilgore many years ago. attorney ring says from the beginning of kilgore's employement at the center - there were alarming signs... ring. he took a sexual harassment test and failed and answered strangely. ring adds that on numerous occasions there were complaints against kilgore brought to the club's management, but they declined to remove kilgore. ring. he put kids in compromissed positions, having them undress, touching them. ring says he is asking for a jury trial and for an undisclosed amount of damages... kron four the boys and girls club of sonoma... they said in a statement that they helped cooperate with authorities in kilgore's conviction, in addition, quote the safety and protection of the chidlren we serve remains the number one priortiy of boys and girls clubs of sonoma valley. our organiztion is committed to the higest standards of integrity and ethical behavior... they continued to say they could not comment directly to a pending lawsuit,
terisa estacio kron four news. #### coming up battle 'for' housing and 'against' urban sprawl... state senator scott wiener says he's got a plan for california that tackles both.. and next ... how dental work may be increasing your teenagers' chances of becoming addicted to opioids .. (lawrence)and i'm tracking your weeknight forcast... that's just ahead.
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