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(ken) breaking news tonight out of the east bay. where there has been a deadly shooting involving an alameda county deputy. thank you for joining us i'm ken wayne (terisa) and i'm terisa estacio in for pam moore. this happened just after 4 30 this afternoon in san leandro. an alameda county sheriff's deputy was involved in a shooting with suspects at east 14th street at 162nd avenue. that's where we find kron-4's gayle ong she joins us live with what investigators are revealing tonight injured after that shooting here's what we know:call came in 4:40pm for a theft in progress at a business called "thrift town"when deputies arrived to the scene, they found the suspects in their
vehicle, a dark suv parked in the parking lot. a man and a woman and a dog was inside the vehicle.at some point, during that contact the driver put the car in reverse toward the deputy.it's unsure if the deputy who was on a motorcycle was hit by the vehicle.that's when 3 deputies fired shots at the car.the male suspect was hit and died at the scene.the 2nd suspect, the woman was taken to the hospital and the dog was uninjured.it's still unclear what the nature of the theft was..this is still developing. (terisa) we first told you about this with a push alert from our mobile app. stay connected on breaking news in your neighborhood by downloading it today. closed by order of the governor ... the sign goes up on san quentin's death row. tonight death it today. developing.this is still one man is dead, developing.this is still of the theft was..this is still developing.
(terisa) we first told you about this with a push alert from our mobile app. stay connected on breaking news in your neighborhood by downloading it today. closed by order of the governor ... the sign goes up on san quentin's death row. tonight death penalty backers and opponents both voicing their opinion on governor newsom's executive order it's a good decision on many levels. "oour governor now has decided to be the best advocate for pure evil ... (ken) few topics are as polarizing as the death penalty... and the emotion associated with it are on full display tonight. today governor sure there will notions while he is office.(teresia) our grant lodes is here with the specifics on this executive order... and why the governor made the decision.
(grant) nobody's been executed in california since 2006 when govenor schwarzenegge r was in power, but today governor newsom said... if he signed off on executing inmates... he would not be inmates... he would not be able to sleep at night. and the sign went up almost mmediately at san quentin... state workers today quickly started disassembling the chamber after the order was given. that means the more than 700- inmates on the nation's largest death row will have their death sentences put on hold. newsom: "i do this with a heavy heart. with deep appreciation for the emotions that drives this issue. and i did it with the victims in mind. to line people up to be executed, premeditated, state sponsored excutions, one a week, for over 14 years, that a choice we can make. or, we can make an more enlightened choice."
(grant) as for that the order actially means: it puts in place an executive moratorium on the death penalty in the form of a reprieve for all individuals sentenced to death in california. - withdraws california's lethal injection protocol - immediately closes the execution chamber at san quentin - and clearly states clearly the directive does not provide for the release of any individual from prison or otherwise alter any current conviction or sentence. (terisa) the governor's decision is making it clear there is a divide in california regarding the death penalty.(ken) kron4's michelle kingston spoke to family members of murder victims today to find out what they think of the governor's action. (mk)elisabeth semel, uc berkeley school of law"this is a hugely important and significant day for the state of california. the governor
has made a bold move."governor gavin newsom put a moratorium on executions in cafo wednesday -- and called for the immediate closure of the execution chamber at san quentin.marc klaas, father of murder victim"once i was able to process what he had said, i died a little bit."marc klaas -- the father of a murder victim -- is disappointed by the governor's announcement. marc klaas, father of murder victim"we have to remember that the individuals on death row are responsible for the deaths of more than 1000 police officers, babies, children, women, that these are the spree killers .. that these are the serial killers." michelle kingston, mkingstonnewsbut not all families of murder victims disagree with the governors decision.judy kerr, sister of murder victim"he was a very sweet soul. he didn't hold malice toward people."judy kerr's brother bob was killed in 2003. they never found the person responsible for his death -- and the case is now cold. she is one of many survivors of murder victims against the deathe penalty. judy kerr, sister of murder victim"i don't need to have someone killed because my brother was murdered. i need someone behind bars."uc berkeley law professor elisabeth semel says despite opinions people have on the governor's decision -- he has the constitutional power to grant reprieveselisabeth semel, uc berkeley school of law "theres certain areas where the governors powers are very clear and when it comes to executions it is clear from the constitution that the governor has the power to issue reprieves and that is what heas (terisa) bay area district
attorneys are expressing their views tonight to the governor's moratorium on the death penalty. san mateo county district attorney "steve wagstaffeá and san francisco district attorney ágeorge gasconá are at odds. wagstaffe believes the death peanlty is a deterrent for certain people, that should be left on the table. san francisco district attorney george gascon disagrees. "what i argued to juries when i argued death penalty cases, there are certain cases when the most evil of people who do the most evil of acts , to the most vulnerable of our people they deserve the maximum punishment they forfeit their right to live among a free society and an incarceration society." /"it is a problem
economically and socially it does not deter serous and violent crime, when you consider we have not executed anyone in several years and our homicide rates continue to go down theres no reason for a civilized society to have a death penalty anymore."(terisa) wagstaffe says this is not the end of the death penalty but a moratorium. as a result he will continue to seek the death penalty in cases he believes deserve it. (ken) so what happens next with california's death penalty. well governor newsom says he is considering commuting death sentences as a "next step". that's once state supreme court justices explain why they blocked several non-death sentence commutations sought by former governor brown. newsom also supports repealing the death penalty. democratic lawmakers introduced a ballot measure to do so next year. (ken) our coverage on the death penalty moratorium continues at kron-4 dot com. there you will find more reaction from lawmakers across the state. read about the long history of the debate
over capital punishment and hear more from victims families and their take on the governor's order. (terisa) all boeing 7-3-7 max 8 and max 9 aircraft....grounded the president issues an emergency order keeping the planes from the airspace. following two deadly crashes involving the max 8 in just six months. the u-s joining some 45 countries and 26 airlines grounding the planes worldwide. the f-a-a citing new information prompted the order. linking what happened in the ethiopian flight to the lion air flight crash off the coast of indonesia. the faa would not speculate on how long the grounding would last. but it has prompted flight delays including here in the bay area. (terisa) the action taken by the president and the faa this morning has forced pilots across the country to speak out on all of this. many are calling the grounding of boeing 737s an overreaction. kron 4's noelle bellow sshare
those thoughts,she joins us live at sfo with more noelle? ken and terisa if theres one thing ive learned from my conversations with pilots today its that proper training is the key to a successful flight and pilots both active and retired say they have deep confidence in the training they receive here in the u-s - pkg - sotcaptain dick deeds has been retired for 25 years but hes remained active in the aviation community sothe says the recent accidents are tragic but he believes it couldve been avoided sotcaptain agrees. she says shes also confident in says shes also agrees. she einsetler captain laura airlines captain laura einsetler agrees. she says shes also
confident in the aircrafts themselves sot every year us pilots are required to train on two different simulators for four hours at a time. sot lauradeeds says not only is an airline safety crew member on hand during the yearly training, an faa member is too sits both pilots say if youre nervous about your next flight - dont be deeds says from his investigative work experience he expexts theyll have all of this cleared up in about a week or so. live at sfo noelle bellow kron 4 news
people facing federal charges -- including some high-profile parents like lori loughlin and felicity huffman.(ken) we are learning tonight -- two parents from the bay area are also involved. both have students at san rafael's marin academy. "bill mcglashan jr" is accused of bribing a u-s-c associate director to get his son recruited as a punter. this -- despite the fact that marin academy doesn't have a football team. affluent napa valley wine maker -- agustin huneeus junior - is also charged. he is accused by federal investigators of paying singer to help his daughter cheat on the s-a-t test....and bribing to get her onto u-s-c's water polo team by fabricating her
athletic profile that included the photo of another girl. (ken) marin academy has issued a statement saying there is no indication that anyone at the school was aware of or participated in the scam. they say they are shocked by these charges against these parents....and are especially concerned about the impact this will have on their children. (terisa) south bay police arrested a man in possession of several illegal weapons. last friday morgan hill police received a report of a person possibly impersonating an officer. when they served a search warrant at the suspect's house. they found this. a cache of weapons. including several magazines. 34 year old daniel korsunky was arrested...and booked into santa clara county jail on felony weapons violations (ken) san francisco mayor london breed has named jeanine nicholson... the city's next fire chief. she is the first l-g-b-t-q fire chief and the second woman to run the department. she will replace chief joanne hayes-
white. chief nicholson is a 25 veteran of the department... she is currently a deputy chief. mayor breed called her a dedicated public servant and a tremendous leader. in the east bay... racist graffiti is found on the walls of a bathroom on the campus of d-v-c in pleasant hill. and today... dozens of students walked out of class to protest the adminstration's handling of the incident. kron4's haaziq madyun has the story. sotsotsot sotthese students are voicing their concerns regarding a racially charged hate message written on a men's restroom wall on the campus of diablo valley college in pleasant hill. the incident happened a week ago. the students say they were notified days later. on wednesday several student organizations led a walk out of class and a rally to protest sotthese
now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o.kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful spring-like day for the bay area. there was plenty of sunshine and highs were mainly in the 60s. doppler radar is quiet for now and the winds have calmed down. it will be a clear and starry night with chilly temperatures in the 30s and 40s. on the satellite you can see high pressure sitting over california. it's going to stick around through the weekend. highs tomorrow will be in the 60s with sunshine and high clouds. this weekend will be even warmer with highs in the 60s and 70s.
that the weather is turning warmer - summer road construction season begins. kron 4's justine waldman tells us about an emergency repair project in marin county now underway that is causing some serious delays for drivers... and other road project bay area drivers should be ready for.. tsupers needed :on the phone / vince jacala / caltrans :32
dur :06justine waldman 1:18 dur :10when a typically easy afternoon commute looks red on a traffic map - something unusual must be slowing drivers down.sot it was like a huge surprise too none of us had any idea about it construction taking a normal 15 minute ride to almost 2 hours.sot it looked like la out thereon 101 south in marin county, between spencer ave and the robin williams tunnel, cal trans is repaving part of the road.recent storms damaged the 101 and the emergency repair project is now underway. sot if we dont do the repairs now the road could deteroritate anymore and there could be even more closures. the work on 101 will continue wednesday and last until monday.with several lanes shutdown each day to accodomate the construction work.the morning rush is not impacted.but daytime construction is a must, says caltrans, to complete the project.sot we we do the work at night they can cant pave as much because the asphalt does not stick as well when the weather is cold the warmer weather is also opening the door for other big bay area road construction to start ... such as , along 80 in the east bay caltrans will raise the overcrossings at university and macarthur.with all this work drivers should be prepared to add extra time to their commutes.cover sot there is no good time to close lanes on 101 in marin county standuphere in marin county, caltrans tells me the work on 101 will improve the riding surface and enhance safety. i'm justine waldman kron 4 news. coming up at eight.. coming up at coming up at eight..
new accusations that local police departments are sharing your information with ice. plus. it's called a bomb cyclone and 70 million people are in its path. the massive storm that can bring conditions similar to a hurricane. and next. divided reaction to the governor's decision to halt executions. we look back at the contentious history of capital punishment in california. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast. details are right after the break.
(terisa) (terisa) californians have been debating the death penalty for decades.carol chessman, aaron mitchell, robert alton harris, clarence ray allen and rose bird(ken) four condemned men and the first female chief justice of the california supreme court -- all of them playing a role. jail cell sfxmay second, 1960 ... convicted robber, rapist and kidnapper caryl chessman died proclaiming his innocence as cyanide fumes filled the exeution chamber at san quentin.chessman spent nearly twelve years on death row, writing best-selling books .... and winning the support of authors, artists and intellectuals from around the world.in 1967 ... aaron mitchell became the last person to die in san quentin's gas chamber... protesters calling it social
murder.less than three months later a federal judge issued a stay of all executions in california. five years later the state supreme court struck down the death penalty as unconstitution alnotorious criminals like charles manson and sirhan sirhan were taken off in november voters reacted by
overwhelmingly passing proposition 17 and reinstating capital punishment ... but executions did not resume.welcome to the february 5th calender of the california supreme court.california's chief justice rose bird was a one woman roadblock.she has voted on death penalty cases 55 times. and 55 times she has voted against death.in november 1986, california's first female chief justice added another first ... the first to be voted out of office.the door to the gas chamber was open again, and in 1992 robert alton harris became the first prisoner put to death in california in a quarter=century.a dozen others followed harris, the most recent, in 2006. "clarence ray allen was executed after spending 23 years on death row"sfxsince then, the state has pent 850=thousand dollars on a new execution chamber, described by kron four reporter alecia reid.there are four rooms surrounding the death chamber and this one for the witnesses and the press.
going into storage ... but, given the years of back and forth policy changes, the debate may not be over. (terisa) the union city police department could face a state audit over its reported involvement with the u-s immigration and customs enforcement -- or ice.(ken) the a-c-l-u calling for the state audit after it found -- more than 80 police departments across the country shared your personal information with ice. union city police is among those listed.
have access to over 5 billion points of location information about drivers, specifically vehicle plate information. and it's really disturbing to us to know that local police departments are sharing very sensitive personal information about their residents to ice."> (ken) the a-c-l-u believes ice is using the information to deport undocumented immigrants. it says -- it sent letters to law enforcement agencies askign them to stop sharing personal information. (ken) we also reached out to union city police for comment. they have not responded. (terisa) beto o'rourke is running for president of the united states. the former el paso congressman will make the announcement on thursday morning, but confirmed to kron4's sister station, that he is seeking the democratic nomination. speculation wo president has been discussed since his senate loss to ted cruz in november. the field of democratic candidates already includes elizabeth warren, bernie sanders and julian castro, among others.
(terisa) former trump campaign manager paul manafort facing mounting legal troubles. minutes after being sentenced for the second time in federal court... new york state prosecutors hit manafort with more than a dozen new charges. that happened moments after manafort learned he will spend about seven and half years in prison. that's 43 more months behind bars in addition to his a sentence he received last week. (ken) an intense and ferocious winter storm -- called a "bomb cyclone" -- is bringing hurricane-force wind gusts, blizzard conditions and a flood threat across parts of the midwest. the storm is caused by a sudden and severe drop in air pressure. and is very rare. 70 million people are in the path of the monster winter storm. blizzard and winter storm warnings are in effect for portions of colorado, wyoming, nebraska and south dakota. travel will be dangerous, if not impossible, for areas within the blizzard warning (terisa) turning now to
chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.(ken) where's the bomb cyclone now lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful spring-like day for the bay area. there was plenty of sunshine and highs were mainly in the 60s. doppler radar is quiet for now and the winds have calmed down. it will be a clear and starry night with chilly temperatures in the 30s and 40s. on the satellite you can see high pressure sitting over california. it's going to stick around through the weekend. highs tomorrow will be in the 60s with sunshine and high clouds. this weekend will be even warmer with highs in the 60s and 70s. still ahead at 8 facial recognition and fingerprints --- you are probably already familiar with using biometric security how securitybiometric using familiar with 60s and 70s.highs in the warmer with highs in the 60s and 70s.
still ahead at 8 facial recognition and fingerprints --- you are probably already familiar with biometric security how companies are planning to use the technology to protect your credit cards. and next. a taste of the hawaii islands right here in the bay area. vicki liviakis takes us there next on dine and dish [music playing] (sashimi) psst. hey, you! the one with the designer dog collar. wondering how i upgraded to this sweet pad? a 1,200-square-foot bathroom, and my very own spa. all i had to do was give my human "the look". with wells fargo's 3% down payment on a fixed-rate loan and a simpler online application, getting into my dream home was easier than ever.
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love-connection with hawaii. tourists flock there for the sun, the beach and... the food. (ken) now you don't have to hop on a plane - at least for the food. tonight on dine and dish - vicki liviakis gives us a taste of the islands in san francisco at trailblazer tavern. if you need a hawaii fix, this is it. trailblazer tavern - in san francisco's salesforce east building. complete with ohana vibes.. meet the james beard nominated hawaiian chefs husband wife team - wade and michelle. they're islands t downtown. think hawaiian comfort food like the huli huli chichos is a real crowd pl with a spam can mai tai drink (the if- can can a signature happy hour cocktail.) save
room for dessert - michelle is famous for. she's whipped up wicked desserts from honolulu to french laundry in the wine country. michelle's dad had wanted her to become a banker or pga golf pro... thankfully she using her many talents to sweeten up - diners here at trailblazer tavern. in san francisco, vicki liviakis kron 4 news. (terisa) if you have a restaurant, cafe or bar that you'd like to see featured on 'dine and dish... send an email to dine and dish at kron 4 dot com .... or fill out the submission form on our website. you can also check out our 'dine and dish' facebook page. page. dish' facebook our 'dine
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point... it's unclear what caused the issue but users were having trouble accessing and logging into the social media networks. the partial outage is believed to be the biggest interruption ever suffered by the network. despite early rumors it was caused by a hacker attack...facebook says that's not true. users then headed to another popular social media network, twitter, using the hashtag #facebookdow the hashtag #facebookdown. the apparent outage quickly became one of the top trending topics. users of facebook's other platforms including messenger and what's app were also affected. a facebook spokesperson tells usa today that the company is aware and is working to resolve the issue. (ken) a british bank will be the latest to test out biometric technology áoná a payment card. the tech is already being tested in markets worldwide -- including south africa, the middle east, italy ... and in some u-s banks. but how exactly does it work? here's meredith wood with tonight's consumer watch. from facial recognition software at airports and on
phones... to voice recognition on smart home devices (nats - hey google, remind me to clean these sheets later. ok, i'll remind you.)--biometrics have become part of a consumer's everyday life.as far as payment options go, biometric technology is used for services like apple pay and android pay.and now, visa and mastercard are adding biometric sensors directly to credit and debit cards.a natural progression, making smooth transactions accessible to people without smartphones -- and increasing security for payment cards.these prototype cards feature embedded fingerprint sensors that capture and match the cardholder's print to a digital image stored on the card -- no need for a signature or pin.if a fingerprint can't be verified, the cardholder still has the option to insert or swipe the card, and then authenticate with a signature or pin.the fingerprint image is encrypted and stored on the card's chip, not with the merchant -- so if the business gets hacked, fingerprint images cannot be reverse-engineered by hackers. and while security and ease-of-use are touted by credit card companies -- getting the cards set up is cumbersome.unlike digital wallets stored on smartphones, customers using biometric cards must get their fingerprints registered áat a bank or a physical kiosk.for consumer watch, i'm meredith wood.
(terisa) in tonight's 4 your health -- the f-d-a wants to keep e-cigarettes away from teens. the agency revealed new recommendations for e-cig retailers today. the recommendations would restrict the sale of flavored tobacco products to minors... and require f-d-a approval for such products by 20-21. if finalized, the recommendations would replace a policy proposed two years ago. san francisco has already banned flavored e- cigarettes... as well as menthol cigarettes. (ken) a new united nations report is triggering alarms over the faenvironment a whole. the authors say we need to drastically cut carbon emissions, improve water nageme
pollution - on a global scale. if not - researchers say there could be millions of premature deaths caused by air pollution in parts of the world by the middle of this century.....as well as the continuation of what it calls a major species extinction event that could threaten global food and resource supplies. football season is still months away but that doesn't mean it isn't a big day for the pigskin in the bay area...antonio brown, whom a area...antonio brown, whom a lot of people consider to be the best receiver in the n-f-l...is officially a member of the silver and black. brown arrived raiders headquarters yesterday...one of his first stops in california was at quarterback derek carr's house...and we've learned they've already found some time to throw the ball around together. as for what the raiders will get on the field...brown put up more than 1,000 yards receiving in each of the last 6 seasons...and led the league in touchdown catches last year...after acquiring the all-pro in
exchange for third and fifth round draft picks...oakland is putting 3-years and more than $50 million into the hope that brown will remain prolific. today, brown addressed the media for the first time as a raider. "i bring accountability. i bring actions. so what i say, what i do. how i approach things. holding the guys accountable in the receiving room. developing a pot. challenging guys if they drop a ball.we gonna have a pot, just super accountable." jon gruden and co are betting jon gruden and co are betting that brown will attract some double teams so they're making sure they've got the rest of the field covered as well...the raiders bolstered with the news they're set to sign ty-rell williams...he comes to the bay after four years with the chargers...best season for williams was 2016, when he caught 7 touchdown passes and put up over 1,000 yards... the 49ers have been busy as well...the newest member of the red and gold will be
running back tevin coleman. coleman's no stranger to a kyle shanahan-led offense...he played for the falcons when shanahan was offensive coordinator in atlanta...the deal reported to be two years and ten million...adding coleman to a backfield that includes matt breida, who was sidelined several times last season with injuries...and jerrick mckinnon, who missed the entire season with a torn acl. while the n-f-l gets locked and loaded for 2019, college hoops is coming closer to the big dance...it's conference tourney time...the pac-12 men kicked off today and stanford faced ucla in the first round...stanford coach jarrod haase...in his third season... taking it all in at the mgm grand arena we'll pick this one up in the 2nd half...josh sharma...dunk...but the cardinal fighting an uphill bat for stanford little bit later...jaylen hands...from three-point land...that's good and would make it 48-29 bruins...stanford would go on a little bit of a run in the final minutes but never got
within 7 of ucla...final score 79-72... how about cal facing colorado in the first round... wyking jones and the 12th-seeded bears hoping for the upset a little more than a minute left... matt bradley... hits the 3-pointer to bring cal within three points... 54-51 5 seconds left... bradley can tie the game with a three.... but it's no good... the season ends for the bears... 56-51... they finish 8-and-23 so it's better luck next year for cal...want to note the warriors are in action against houston right now...we'll have full highlights tonight at 9 and 10. next at 8,.. a driver fined for trying to avoid a pothole... < ella: i'm ella sogomonian - we've been telling you a lot about kron-on.. the bay area's only commercial free streaming news service... but the kron on app gives you a lot more than just live local breaking news around the clock. it also gives you on-demand access to the kron 4
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road hazards. we want to avoid hitting one if we can. but look at this. one driver in ohio got a ticket for going around pot holes. you can see the state trooper specifically wrote that the driver went, wrote that the specifically wrote that the driver went, "left of center dodging pot holes." the driver posted a picture of the ticket on social media because she says -- she wanted to get awareness about road conditions. conditions.
(terisa) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken) but our primetime coverage is just getting started this busy wednesday night. grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9...guys? ((grant))thank you ken and terisa..next at nine..we are staying on top of breaking news in the east bay.deputies open fire on two robbery suspects in the parking lot of a busy thrift store, killing one of them.now we are learning more about what led up to the incident.we are live at the scene with the very latest.plus...governor gavin newsom's decision the halt executions in california, being greeted with praise and rage.new tonight at nine, we hear from the family of murder a slap in the face.you won't want to miss that.((grant))and president trump orders all boeing 737 max 8 and 9's grounded after that ethipoia ai
that breaking news we're following tonight is out of the east bay... where one man is dead and another woman is injured after a deadly officer involved shooting...(grant) thanks for joining us im grant lodes...(vicki) and im vicki livakis.... this happened just after 4:30 this afternoon in san leandro. police say they responded to a robbery at a business called "thrift town" on east 14th street at 162nd avenue. (grant) that's where we find kron-4's gayle ong she joins us live with what investigators are revealing tonight one man is dead, a woman is injured after that shooting here's what we know:call came in 4:40pm for a theft in progress at a business called "thrift town"when deputies arrived to the scene, they found the suspects in their vehicle, a dark suv parked in the parking lot. a man and a woman and a dog was inside the vehicle.at some point, during that contact the driver put the car in reverse toward the deputy.it's unsure if the deputy who was on a motorcycle was hit by the vehicle.that's
when 3 deputies fired shots at the car.the male suspect was hit and died at the scene.the 2nd suspect, the woman was taken to the hospital and the dog was uninjured.it's still unclear what the nature of the theft was..this is still developing. .... (grant)(grant) .... .... (grant) (grant) we first told you about this with a push alert from our mobile app. stay connected on breaking news in your neighborhood by