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how about that? back to back united states opens. [ tense elegant music ] just awesome. ((2shot))((ken)) breakign news on kron4 news at 10. we are just now learning... four people.... three men and one woman.... are in custody according to new zeland police. this following a shooting at two mosques in new zealand... where multiple fatalities are reported i'm ken wayne((grant)) and i'm grant lodes... pam moore has the night off. tonight the prime minister calling it one of that country's darkest days.((map/vo)) the shootings happened in central christchurch at about 1:45 new zealand time. we're told the city is currently on lockdown. witnesses lockdown. witnesses say there were upwards of 200
people in one mosque when the gunman opened fire with a semi- automatic weapon.(ken) this is video from the scene... witnesses say a man dressed in black entered the mosque and opened fire. authorities confirm the shooting was live streamed on social media. the footage that's making the rounds on social media supposedly the live stream is beyond sickening. again we're told four people.... three men and one woman are in custody according to new zeland police. but authorities believe there could be other suspects on the loose.(grant) new zealand police commissioner mike bush said police have defused a number of improvised explosive devices found on vehicles after the mosque shootings.a man who claimed responsibility for the shootings left a
74-page anti-immigrant manifesto in which he explained who he was and his reasoning for his actions. he said he considered it a terrorist attack.(ken) police saying there are a number of fatalities... but not giving an exact number. again, a mass shooting at two mosques in christchurch new zealand. multiple fatalities reported... one person in custody but authorities believe another shooter is still out there. (ken) now san francisco police department is responding to the shooting tonight saying they are following the events at the christ church and officers will be making extra passing calls to san francisco mosques. they go on to say... we work stronger as a
team. please if you see something say something. (grant) and rep eric swalwell tweeted out his condolenses saying my heart breaks for you, #christchurch. we will be following this breaking news as it develops stick with kron4 as we stick with kron4 as we continue to get updates.continue to get updates. oc :19 "only down the main street"(ken) our second (ken) our second breaking story tonight is in the east bay.. where several homes are on fire tonight... residents are upset and accuse the lack of a fire department
contributing to the fire. the fire broke out just after six this evening on taylor road on bethel island... that's just past antioch and near oakley... fire crews say at least three homes are destroyed from a fire... and they believe propane tanks may be involved in the fires. you can see in this video the scene the firefighters pulled up on... large cloums of smoke and flames shooting out of the windows of the homes. firefighters are still working to put out the fire but say by 8 o clock they have prevented it from spreading and there is no danger to other homes. battalion chief with the east contra costa fire protection district spoke about the difficulties putting out a fire on bethel island.oc :31 "difficult in this situation" (ken) as of right now, there
are no reports of any injuries. at least two people have been displaced we'll continue to monitor this fire and bring you updates as soon as they come in to the newsroom. (grant) 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. (ken) a san francisco church is disheartened tonight after it's targeted by thieves. thousands of dollars worth of gift cards were stolen but saint dominic's catholic church says a series of much more valuable sacred books were also taken. (grant) kron4's dan thorn spoke with members of the parish. he's live in san francisco tonight with more.. dan?
(dan)i spoke with a priest who tells me the money is replaceable but the leather bound books are invaluable and they date back to the 1800s. he says it's history of not only the church but the community that's been stolen... glass from a broken window is all that's left after burglars steal a refridgerator sized safe from a san francisco church..the burglary at saint dominic's was discovered wednesday morning when it was also noticed a safe was missing from the priory. inside the safe was more than 9 thousand dollars in gift cards given to struggling families but also sacramental records dating back to 1873.. sot: these books are absolutely irreplaceable.. father isaiah molano says the history of the parish has been stolen and with it the history of people and their lives with the church. religious ceremonies such as baptisms, marriages or funerals were all recorded into 20 leather bound books.sot: it really catalogues the history of
saint dominics and this part of the city and currently that history is gone. this part of the church's story and the story of our community has been taken from us. quick sot: parish history has been taken from us...parish history with no way of being recreated..says michael rossi who works with the church.. sot: i'd like to say it was digitized but the information never was..the burglars broke in through a window and used a hand truck to carry safe away..it's believed they were looking for money from church collections, but that money was already in the bank. father molano says the parish is praying for the books to be returned. (dan)sfpd is handling the investigation. the church is also offering a $10 thousand dollar reward for the return of the documents. you're encouraged to contact st. dominic's or the police if you have any information. reporting in san francisco dan thorn kron4 news
(ken) the undocumented immigrant accused in the brutal murder of a san jose woman was in court today. carlos carranza - has been in and out of the criminal
justice system several times. (grant) now prosecutors are saying he won't get out this time. kron4's rob fladoboe explains. inside department 23 on thursday afternoon, in a proceeding that lasted less than a minute, with no cameras present, 24 year old carlos arevalo-carranza, was charged with first degree murder, burglary and special circumstances that would sent him to prison for life. carranza is accused in the murder of 59 year old bambi larson, of san jose. police say carranza stabbed larson to death inside her knollfield way home. evidence includes surveillance video that shows him stalking his victim and her neighborhood. in a statement of facts, prosecutors say larson suffered deep stab wounds to her neck and torso. when arrested carranza had a 7-inch folding knife on him. carranza's dna matches blood evidence found at the crime scene and he was in possession of larson/s kindle and cell phone. outside the court, there was a brief statement from chief assistant district attorney jay boyarksy. jay boyarsky/chief assistant
dist. attorney "....the whole community grieves with the larson family today, the second reason we are here is to let you
now that mr carranza has been charged and it going to spend the rest of his life in prison so that he can never hurt anyone again, our office will hold him accountable for this brutal murder so he can die in prison..."carranza's arrest led to the revelation that he is an udocumented immigrant with a long criminal history and had been repeatedly released from jail despite nine different detainer requests by federal immigration authorities. (larson family statement)in a statement, the family of bambi larson thanked police for their persistence in gathering the evidence necessary to arrest the person responsible for bambi's death. it also thanked thecommunity for it's support and asked for privacy. in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news
(ken) bart plans to replace dozens of broken down escalators in san francisco. this after a nearly one- hundred-million-dollar contract was approved by the bart board of directors today. (grant) kron 4's gayle ong is live in san francisco with details of this new escalator contract and what it means for riders.gayle. (gayle)just imagine, rush hour so busy as it is,but coming across a faulty escalator on top of your commute.bart
officials just made a first step today to change that. this is rush hour at the montgomery street bart station in san francisco..at 5:45 p-m thursday - people lining up..not for a train..but the stairs..this is why..bart spokesperson alicia trost says this is one of 41 escalators in downtown san francisco that bart will repair, thanks to a 96-point- five million dollar contract approved by bart board of directors thursday. trost says current esculators at the embarcadero, montgomery, powell and civic center stations are made by different companies that are no longer in business... many of the units
being replaced are the oldest in the entire bart system.the goal is to enhance rider safety and escalator reliability.trost tells us the nearly one-hundred- million-dollar price is actually under budget..the escalator contract is funded by voter- approved measure r-r.plans for new installation is expected to happen next spring. (gayle) bart officials say this project will take about 7 years. bart plans to complete work on 6 escalators per year. live in san francisco gayle ong kron 4 news. (ken) a dying bay (ken) a dying bay area mother was awarded almost 30-million dollars after she took johnson & johnson to court claiming its talcum powder caused her
cancer.(grant) jurors in oakland found the healthcare company liable wednesday in a suit that claims asbestos in the powder gave the east bay mom mesothelioma -an aggressive cancer. kron 4's justine waldman has details on this case. baby powder caused her cancer - that is what a bay area mother argued in court.and a jury agreed awarding terry leavitt of san leandro 29.4 - million dollars.sot they feel vindicatedher attorney tells kron 4 news...terry was diagnosed in 2017 with mesothelioma - a non-curable cancer. and she used johnson and johnson baby power and shower to shower in the 60s and 70s which contributed to her deadly diagnoses.sot sot there needs to be the trial started in january and on wednesday a jury reached its verdict....deciding the defective baby pwoer was a "substainal contributing factor to her cancer.the lawsuit showed the the products were contaminated with asbestos and that johnson & johnson knew that its products were contaminated for decades. but covered-up the issue.in court, a confidencet document from 1974 showed the reaseache direcotr of the mining comany that jj owned warned the materials in the
products were sever health hazardsot we are cofidence in evenicen jj in 70 80 90s the documents admit the product has asbestos and caused cancer johnson and johnson responded to kron 4 news with a statement that said... it plans to appeal.writing "decades of tests by independent, non-litigation driven experts and institutions repeatedly confirm that johnson's baby powder does not contain asbestos or cause cancer. " meanwhile, there are about 13-thousand similar lawsuits that allege the company hid the powder's health risks from the public for decades.sot my counsl and i are starting a trial in la next week. one in new york this is just the beginning.(justine) - last year, a los angeles jury awarded about $26 million dollars to a woman who blamed her cancer on johnson and johnson's powder. -a jury in missouri last year also awarded $5- billion dollars to 22 women for the same reason. the attorney for the bay area mom who was just awarded 30-million ..tells me... they are confident the case will standup to any appeals and hope the courts move quickly to award her the money she is owed. in the newsroom justine waldman. lawrence karnow: it was another gorgeous day with
sunshine and warm temperatures. highs were mainly in the 60s. it is dry on the doppler radar across the state as high pressure has taken over. tonight will see a few passing clouds and cool temperatures with lows in the 30s and 40s. on the satellite you can see the dome of high pressure along the west coast. it will strengthen through the weekend and bring many 70s to the bay area. tomorrow will be mostly sunny with highs in the mid to upper 60s. dry warm weather will last through
(grant) the fallout from the scandal continues for lori loughlin (lawk-lin) and her daughter. sephora and tre-suh-may both announced they're no longer working with olivia jade gian-nu-lli. the 19-year old student had promoted the brands on her youtube channel. hallmark said they'd no longer work with loughlin. she is accused of paying 500 thousand dollars to have her two daughters labeled as crew team recruits at u-s-c, even though neither is a rower. (ken) and the fallout is growing tonight here in the bay area. there's now a 500-billion dollar lawsuit related to the dollar lawsuit related to the university
bribery scandal. today two separate lawsuits were filed, one against the universities in question.(grant) the other from a bay area parent against the parents, against the parents, coaches, administrators and admissions consultants tied to the case. kron 4's dan kerman has the details... the class action lawsuit filed wednesday in san francisco superior court is filed by a bay area woman and her son against 45 parents, coaches, administrators and admissions consultants.in the lawsuit jennifer kay toy says her son "graduated with a 4.2 grade point average" .... applied to some of the colleges where the cheating took place and did not get in.... i'm now outraged and hurt because i feel that my son... was denied access to a college not because he failed to work and study hard enough but because wealthy individuals felt that it was ok to lie, cheat, steal and bribe their children's way into a good college." the lawsuit alleges negligent
infliction of emotional distress, civil conspiracy and fraud. the lawsuit suggests over a thousand people participated in the cheating scandal and than 1-million people have been affected. as a result the suits seeks damages totaling no less than 500-billion dollars.in the meantime, a federal class action lawsuit filed wednesday and amended thursday is filed on behalf of a 4 college students and their parents against admissions consultant rick singer and 8 universities including stanford that federal officials have tied to the bribery scandal. this suit alleges when these students admission to these universities they didn't receive what they paid for an "admissions process that was fair and free of fraud bribery, cheating and dishonesty."standup dan kerman/sf 1:28 the lawsuit says anyone who paid an application fee to any of the universities but was denied admission get their application fee returned. dan kerman kron 4 news,
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landlords to prove just cause... before evicting a tenant. the bills would also aim to prevent rent gouging. red wood city renter sasha powell stood before lawmakers holding up a letter from her landlord (grant) her rent increase is an example of what millions of renters have experienced in the last decade across california... lawmakers are considering this a housing emergency. the governor has promised if lawmakers bring him a good package of laws on rent stability, he
will sign it. oc :09 "thought it would be" (ken) the prime minister of ireland meets with president trump to talk trade and brexit. and both contires take part in an annual tradition. (grant) senate republicans joined democrats thursday to block president trump's national emergency border declaration. now we take a look at what happens next. (lawrence)ten at ten
((2shot))((ken)) we are following breaking news on kron4 news at 10:30 four people are in custody according to new zeland police... following a shooting at two mosques in new zealand... ((grant)) tonight the prime minister calling it one of that country's darkest days..;. he is expected to addres the country at the top of the hour ((map/vo)) the shootings happened in central christchurch at about 1:45 new zealand time. we're told the city is currently on lockdown. witnesses say there were upwards of 200 people in one mosque when the gunman opened fire with a semi- automatic weapon.(ken) just 30 minuets ago new zealand police released they have defused a number of explosive devices found on vehicles near where the mosque shootings took place. this
is video from the scene... a man who claimed responsibility for the shootings left a 74-page anti- immigrant manifesto in which he explained who he was and his reasoning for his actions. police have identified the gunman as.... he said he considered it a terrorist attack.(grant) witnesses say a man dressed in black entered the mosque and opened fire. authorities confirm the shooting was live streamed on social media. the footage that's making the rounds on social media supposedly the live stream is beyond sickening.(ken) police saying there are a
number of fatalities... but not giving an exact number. again, a mass shooting at two mosques in christchurch new zealand. again we're told four people.... three men and one woman are in custody according to new zeland police. but authorities do not know of any other shooter but say there could be other suspects on the loose. the loose. the loose.
the loose. the loose. "probably have to veto. and it's not gonna be overturned and we're going to have our ... i think it's been the legal scholars all say it's totally constitutional." (grant) trump is widely expected to issue the first veto of his presidency -- all to defend the long-promised border wall. as another rebuke from members of his own party. a dozen republican senators -- breaking with trump and voting with democrats thursday.(ken) they passed a resolution to overturn trump's national emergency declaration - the one he issued in an attempt to get funding for a border wall. abby phillip reports.
natsot: "clerk will call the roll."a stinging defeat for president trump today on his signature issue -- building the wall -- as 12 republican senators joined democrats in repuating his national emergency declaration to build the border wall without going through congress for the funding.natsot: "the yeas are 59, the nays are 41. the joint resolution is passed." despite last ditch drama and attempts to twist arms on capitol hill, trump will now be forced to use the first veto of his presidency to defend his border wall. president trump: "ill probably have to veto. it's not going to be overturned and the legal scholars say its totally constitutional. it is very important. it is a border security vote. it is pure and simple, a vote for border security."but republicans on capitol hill didn't see it that way.several senators saying their vote is about the constitution and separation of powers, not the president. romney: "well he would rather have me vote in a different direction, but i let him know that for me this is a matter of defending the constitution and a balance of powers that is core to our constitution."
in the hours before the vote, trump and his allies scrambling to minimize republican defections.the president sending a barrage of tweets urging his party to stick with him.tying the vote to house speaker nancy pelosi and crime... and even reversing himself by saying that he will support a bill to curtail future national emergencies, in an effort to sway lawmakers on the fence.at the fence is exactly where senators lindsay graham, ted cruz and ben sasse found themselves last night after rushing over to meet with the president -- waiting at the white house gate and refusing to leave until they were let in -- hoping to strike a last minute deal.graham: "we just kind of barged in on his supper - only in the trump presidency could you do that. if it had been me i would have told us all to go to hell and get outta here i am having dinner with my wife. but the point is we had a very good discussion - whether or not we can bridge the differences i don't know."but according to sources the president was irritated the senators had interrupted his family meal to present different proposals for resolving the impasse. graham, pushing trump to support a bill that would diminish future emergency declarations, and cruz pushing a new proposal that would not use military construction money to build the wall.a white house lawyer present for the meeting rejected that on the spot.the last minute lobbying didn't work, but trump is already passing the blame.trump: "the republicans didn't fight hard enough."
(ken) that was abby phillp reporting. the president's veto of the resolution may clear the way for his national emergency declaration, but not for long. trump's border wall plan is all but certain to get tied up in the courts... forcing him to get funding the old fashioned way - - through congress. (grant)(ken) now kron4's (ken) now kron4's sanaz
tahernia spoke with congresswoman barbara lee for an insider look at what has been going on on capital hill. thank you so much for joining us... were you surprised by today's vote? the president has said that he's plans to veto the resolution... so where do we go from here? you serve on the house appropriations committee... so at this point is there any way forward for the president to secure funding for the border wall? the debate over the wall is getting a lot of attention... do you feel it is taking away from other more important issues? (glo) and this interview played in s entirety on our new app... kron on. it is the bay area's only live local news streaming... 24/7... commercial
(glo) and this interview played in its entirety on our new app... kron on. it is the bay area's only live local news streaming... 24/7... commercial free. download it today from the app store and right now we are offering a free one week trial. (ken) today president trump attened the friends of ireland luncheon. a long standing tradition between northern ireland and america. after meeting at the capitol president trump and ireland prime minister leo ireland prime minister leo varadkar held a bilateral meeting at the white house where they discussed trade and
position on gay rights but varadkar said they had a "really warm reception." (grant) the second lady and vice president both have very strong views on gay rights. karen pence accepted a position to teach art at a christian school in northern virginia banning gay students and parents. during his tenure as indiana governor, pence signed the religious freedom restoration act... a law allowing businesses to use their religion to refuse service to the l-g-b-t-q community. (ken) mean while in the united kingdon.... u-k lawmakers have voted in favor of delaying the brexit process, acknowledging more time is needed to break the deadlock over britain's departure from the european
union. the motion instructs prime minister theresa may to seek an extension to article 50, the legal process under which britain is leaving the european union. any delay beyond march 29 would require unanimous approval from the remaining 27 e-u member states. the prime minister is now likely to seek the extension at a european council summit in brussels next thursday. may has warned that a longer delay to brexit will be required if her deal is rejected a third time. that would force the u-k to take part in elections to the european parliament in may. lawrence karnow: it was another gorgeous day with sunshine and warm temperatures. highs were mainly in the 60s. it is dry on the doppler radar across the state as high pressure has taken over. tonight will see a few passing clouds and cool temperatures with lows in the 30s and 40s. on the satellite you can see the dome of high pressure along the west coast. it will strengthen through the
weekend and bring many 70s to the bay area. tomorrow will be mostly sunny with highs in the mid to upper 60s. dry warm weather will last through monday. on tuesday the clouds start to roll back in and then there's a chance of rain on wednesday. (sports)(sports) coming up in coming up in sports....time to head to the shark tank as the san jose hosted the florida panthers on the ice....we'll have those highlights....next... (ken) it may have been
washington's worst kept secret -- but the field of democratic contenders in the 2020 presidential race... has officially lost an eligible bachelor. new jersey senator cory booker is dating actress and activist rosario dawson. dawson confirmed the rumor thursday, telling t-m-z they are "very much" in a relationship. she and booker have been seen together in new york and washington, stoking rumors about their relationship. booker had previously confirmed he was in a relationship with quote "somebody really special." dawson co-founded the hispanic voter outreach organization 'voto latino' and appeared in several hit movies such as
"men in black ii" and "rent." (grant) if you're proud of your dog for learning to shake hands or roll over, wait 'til you check out the canines coming to a really big screen near you. david daniel has details. "meet halo." (nat-lick) she's a dutch shepherd puppy, destined for greatness."a puppy learns to save lives after disasters, in the new i-max documentary "super-power dogs.""what does it take, to prepare a dog to go out and save someone's life?"along the way, writer-director daniel ferguson introduces us to dogs around the world who are doing just that: from henry, the avalanche rescue border collie in british columbia, to reef, the water rescue newfoundland in italy."it's the combination of the right human and the right dog, paired together. because we have powers they can only dream of, and they have powers we can only dream of. you just get a winning combination, you know: them
bringing out the best in us, and us bringing out the best in them.""so come along for the ride."if the "super-power dogs" narrator sounds familiar, he should: it's "captain america" himself -- and noted dog-lover -- chris evans."we said 'look, we got this movie, we think he'd be great for: it's about dogs.' he said yes right away, you know -- 'dogs? i'm in!'"while ferguson was more of a cat person... until he made the movie."dogs took over my life, you know. didn't you?"now he -- and henry -- hope the film prompts audiences to see their own pets through new eyes. happen, ultimately, is that people will come to these science centers and see the movie in imax, and they're stories about how their pets have impacted their lives in a very positive way.""what if our best friends... are our best hope?" (nat-splash) (singing) "heroes..."in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (ken) jussie smollett entered a not guilty plea in a chicago court room today. he is facing 16 felony counts of disorderly conduct for filing a false report. the "empire" star told police in january he was assaulted by two men who shouted racist and homophobic slurs at him while placing a noose around his
neck. prosecutors say that's a lie -- and he actually paid two brothers 35-hundred dollars for personal training sessions... and to stage the attack. smollett is standing by his story and maintaining his innocence.the state attorney has recused herself from the case and asked chicago police to turn the case over to the f-b-i. the police department says the f-b-i has been involved since the beginning -- but since there's no proof of a hate crime, it did not take over the investigation. tonight was a tonight was a big one for the tonight was a big one for the tonight was a tonight was a big one for the first place hockey team in the west...the sharks with a chance to clinch a playoff berth with a win, and a minnesota loss. well the wild did their part, losing to dallas 4-1...but the sharks...couldn 't quite get it done.
---recent sharks signee gustav nyquist getting his pre-game on... ---1st period....tied at 1....kevin la-bank...off the top of the goal....that gives the sharks the lead....2-1.... ---2nd period...florida's dryden hunt shoots it....to the left of sharks goalie martin jones....panthers tie it up 2-2... ---3rd period...panthers leading by 1 now....florida's vincent trocheck to frank vatrano....that puts the panthers up by 2.... ---and the score would stay that way...sharks fall to the panthers....4-2....so san jose doesn't clinch that playoff berth tonight....but still stays in 1st place.... -up next, they'll be back at the shark tank hosting the nashville predators on saturday. a statement win for the warriors last night, after going oh-and-three against the rockets to start the season....golden state avoided the sweep, on the road, in houston.even without kevin durant, who was resting the ankle he tweaked on sunday...the dubs snapped houston's 9-game winning streak...a streak that started when the rockets beat golden state at oracle last month.
last night's edition was close...houston came back from a 14 point 4th quarter deficit to come within one in the final seconds....but the warriors got the 106-104 win...rockets' m-v-p candidate james harden put up 29 points, but it was klay thompson leading the way with a game-high 30...and demarcus cousins had the best game of his warriors career...27 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists, and 2 steals...head coach steve kerr weighed in on boogie's big night. "we got to remind ourselves that he's still pretty early in the process. i don't know how many games he's played for us....20? we're all learning. me too. i got to learn how to use him better. i thought we used him better tonight. i thought he did a phenomenal job of just getting down on the block and controlling the game down there. it's a good win for us and we've got 15 games left now to continue to figure out how to use everybody. the combinations, all that stuff. this was a good night."
a noteworthy night for college basketball, as duke stazion williamson returned to the court to take on syracuse in the acc tournament quarterfinals. the projected number one draft pick hasn't played since february 20th, after injuring his knee against north carolina. zion came back in a big way, but it was almost overshadowed by this moment...as williamson headed back down court after a dunk, syracuse player frank howard appears to intentionally try to trip the star. williamson barely stumbled...neither in that moment or at any other point tonight... zion had a monster evening...29 points, going 13 for 13 from the floor, with 14 rebounds and 5 steals.. getting it done on both ends as his blue devils beat the orange 84-72. if possible williamson looks even better after that injury.
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cosmonaut blasted off from kazakhstan aboard a soyuz m-s-12 spacecraft thursday -- bound for the international space station the new crew was scheduled to dock at the i-s-s later after completing four orbits of the earth. expedition 59 has the space travelers joining three other crew members. it will be just the fourth expedition crew ever to include two female astronauts. the mission will also see the first all-female spacewalk. (grant) and the d-c capitol is getting in the spirit. the white house south lawn fountain has been dyed green today. this is to celebrate saint patricks day coming up this weekend. there are a number of events happening right here in the bay area. one main event is the parade in san francisco. even though the holiday falls on sunday this year the parade will be held on saturday starting at 11 in the morning.
lawrence karnow: it was another gorgeous day with sunshine and warm temperatures. highs were mainly in the 60s. it is dry on the doppler radar across the state as high pressure has taken over. tonight will see a few passing clouds and cool temperatures with lows in the 30s and 40s. on the satellite you can see the dome of high pressure along the west coast. it will strengthen through the weekend and bring many 70s to the bay area. tomorrow will be mostly sunny with highs in the mid to upper 60s. dry warm weather will last through monday. on tuesday the clouds start to roll back in and then there's a chance of rain on wednesday.
this is court-ordered mediation. it's not opt-out mediation or i-don't-feel-like-it mediation. we know that, but what can we do? we can't negotiate with a stone. yes, but you can lower your ask. given the set of facts i'm looking at, well, it's way too high. and the law is far from clear as to... then let's go to court. look, the judge doesn't want to clutter up his docket. that's why he empowered me to keep you here as long as i want to reach a compromise. and i will. so show me some movement. our client wanted to sue for $38 million in punitive. we got her down to 14. that is movement. but where is theirs?