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1:45 new zealand time. witnesses say there were upwards of 200 people in one mosque when the gunman opened fire with a semi-automatic weapon. 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... (robin) now san francisco police department is responding to the shooting 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. (robin)(robin) and rep eric swalwell tweeted out his condolenses saying my heart breaks for
you, #christchurch. we will be following this breaking news... throughout the morning... and in just thirty minutes... we'll have a live report from kron-4's will tran on the security efforts being made at mosques right here in the bay area. (robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. another nice day to look forward to as daytime highs boost well back into the 60's under continued sunshine. skies tomorrow and through the weekend will continue to remain dry with temperatures only getting warmer into the weekend.
(robin) an undocumented immigrant charged for killing a san jose woman... could soon be serving a life in prison for her murder. 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 his life in prison can never hu
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 (robin) in the east bay this morning we have new details about the man who was fatally shot by police in san a weapon. kron 4's felony warrant. he's been arrested more that fifty tis in alameda county alone and didn't want to go back to jail">the suspect shot to death while trying to allegedly escape the scene of
(robin) if lawmakers come up with a good package of laws on rent stability ... governor newsome has promised to sign it. (robin) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news ... we're continuing to follow the college cheating scandal... a look at the new lawsuit the universities involved are now facing. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero.
(robin) the fallout from the university bribery scandal is growing... after two separate lawsuits were filed yesterday. one against the universities in question and the other from a bay area parent. kron 4's dan kerman has the latest. the class 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 1- thousand people participated in the cheating scandal and than 1-million people 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 applied for 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." the lawsuit says anyone who paid an application fee to any of the universities but was denied admission get their application fee returned. (robin) the shockwaves from this nationwide cheating scandal are still being felt....especially amoung students. city college... has a lot of students working on transfering to 4 year universities. those who have been keeping up to date on the college admission cheating scandal are ak their heads at the news. especially athletes, after allegations surfaced that kids who are not athletes got recruited onto elite college sports teams.
athlete, parents of the week their kids at 5 am to go to practice we have to travel all the time and on the road 24 seven sometimes>(robin) another student says she hopes those found guilty of these charges get actual jail time... rather than a slap on the wrist (robin) another horse has died at a southern california horse racing track. santa anita park officials say the horse had to be euthanized after breaking her two front ankles. a spokesman has cited rain as a likely major factor in the incidents. this is the 22nd horse to die at the park since the winter meet began in december. the racetrack has been shut down for everything except limited training since march fifth when the 21st horse died. (robin) live look outside... at the san francisco international airport.
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got a lot easier for a senior in georgia... who just got accepted to more than two dozen universities. jordan nixon getting into 39 colleges... with more than one-point-six million dollars in scholarships. the principal of her school describes her as both humble and a hard worker. she has until may first to (robin) coming up on the kron-4 morning news... tw h 49 people... will tran has a live report on how it's affectin bay area. plus... a major walkout happening worldwide and right here in the bay area... kron-4's sara stinson has a look at the reason they're striking. (robin) and... a crucial vothraiders... as we could find out if they'll be playing in oakland next year.
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attack.( james )(ááá2 shotááá) good morning im james fletcher.( darya ) and im darya folsom. we'll have more on this breaking news story coming up in just a minute. but first we want to start with a look at weather and traffic. another nice day to look forward to as daytime highs boost well back into the 60's under continued sunshine. skies tomorrow and through the weekend will continue to remain dry with temperatures only getting warmer into the weekend.