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his death is mis placed and unfair and just plain wrong.' >> reporter:handcuffed and without the make-up she wore to court last week, tichelman now faces an additional charge of doing great bodily injury but her attorneys say her actions do not rise to the level of second degree murder, which police are pushing for, based on surveillance video from hayes yacht which they say shows tichelman sipping wine and destroying evidence as hayes lay dying. >>'.this is a case about two adults who were engaged in consensual drug use in the context of a sexual encounter initiated and encouraged by mr hayes. there was no intent to harm or injure, much less kill him. why lucrative source of income to her and she appreciated >>his generosity and she had a motive, if any, to elongate not end the relationship.' >> reporter:her attorneys say tichelman is terrified about being in jail but would not comment on her involvement in a similar, newly re-opened case in georgia where her boyfriend also died of a heroin overdose. tichelman's parents and sister attended
hearing but answered no questions as they left the courthouse. the judge in the case denied a defense motion to reduce tichelman's bond, which remains at a million and half dollars. in santa cruz rob fladeboe kron 4 news. >> pam: this case features a seemingly unlikely duo. a high priced prostitute engaged in a on going relationship with a high placed silicon valley executive. >> pam: but kron4's maureen kelly spoke to a sex worker and a sex addiction therapist who both say many of their clients are high tech workers. >> i see an attack client minimum once a week. tech worker >> just in the past six months, business has reddick been a really good. they are working really long and intense hours which is giving them this disposable income, along with that lifestyle does not always
leave room for traditional dating to ri >> i think i have seen a direct correlation between income and the valley and the acting out in the valley such as our clientele struggling with various kind of compulsion sexual behaviors. has increased in the last five years. >> reporter: >> i do worry that people will think that this is something that is normal and happens very often. in reality, it really does not cree. >> pam: coming up at 5:30. a closer look at the website. allegedly used by the high profile prositute. to hook up with wealthy men. >> reporter: we are learning
that to people are dead. a bank robbery m1 car chase has started at about 230 this afternoon. we are looking at life ariel courtesy of partnership abc seven news. scores of police cars are on the scene the picture is a little choppy what we can tell you is that the bank robberies that to a police chase with hostages involved. eventually, this situation ended at a residence where a shoot out was an issue separate the police fired up more than 100 shots at the car and believe that police are saying one of the people that died was one of the bank robbers. another may be a hostage. it was taken after the bank robbery with details still emerging we are continuing to file information and will bring you more updates as we get down patrick one person is in custody, but again this
situation is still pretty foolish and stockton. fluid >> pam: happening now. >> pam: california no longer asking you to save water. now they're telling you. and if you're caught wasting water, you'll get a stiff fine. >> pam: kron4's will tran has the details from san ramon. >> pam: water use decreased and increased depending on what part of the state you're talking about. these purple areas of the by 10 to 13 percent. by five percent. culprits.people along the southern california coast. who are using eight percent more than normal. >> reporter: the new report came out were using actual on percent more water this year than at the same time last year. the course we talked to everyone out there and everyone tells us that there are conserving water but apparently not enough. especially not enough when things are very stiff with the fines.
>> i have them yes i am using a shuts off naso. thirty truck. dirty truck >> absolutely. the showers turning on as it is warming up. does that help offset a little bit. >> everyone needs to be a little bit more, just to what they are doing. >> >> reporter: its kill you if the states is to cut what you are doing by 50 percent? >> probably not >> reporter: reporting from san ramon will tran kron4's. >> reporter:and the north-
east corner of the state used five percent more water.compared to average consumption. >> pam: developing news at this hour. kron 4 news has obtained the police reports tied to traffic accident involving oakland mayor jean quan. as well as her phone records. >> pam: as kron 4 news reported yesterday, after initially saying the mayor was not on her cell phone during the crash, oakland police backtracked saying the traffic investigations unit was unable to determine whether or not cell phones were in use at the time of the collision. >> pam: but that does not tell the full story. kron 4's dan kerman is here with more. >> reporter: pam these are the to police reports
representing rene lovely the person involved in the collision and these are the phone records here. oakland police says it cannot determine whether anyone was on yourself from because they cannot pinpoint the exact time of the incident. lovely, says her son that was in the car since there was 530. there quan... must take a look at what she said. my name is jean quan and here is where they get sticky first she raced down 530 print and crosses it out and ride 545. then crosses it out and walk right 525 current 5:25pm... the time she settles on she is not on the phone.
>> it looks like she labored hard to come up with a time for the accident where it would basically free her from some suspicion. or accusation but she was on herself on. cellphone. >> reporter: we reached out to mayor quan and the mayor's response is unchanged since initially she was not on her phone at the time of the crash. >> pam: why the city mayor once that both postponed. we are live. then the average call is organic food really healthier than i could traditionally grown food. its popular magazine
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>>the young royal is the coverboy of this week's magazine in honor of his first birthday, and the staff chose to use a picture taken while he was touring australia earlier this year. >> reporter:but when compared to the original photo, the prince seems to have much redder lips. the whites of his eyes also appear whiter in the new version, and one of his eyebrows has also been smoothed. >> reporter:'people did not alter the looks of prince george on our cover in any way. some areas may have picked up saturation during the press run, further enhanced by the glossy paper quality,' a spokesman for the magazine said. >> reporter:this latest photoshopping scandal comes just a day after vanity fair magazine was accused of altering prince william's balding head. >> pam: still ahead. we break down new bay area rent prices. >> pam: then. a big star in san francisco. >> pam: the major motion picture being shot on th embarcadero.
will be meeting in just a few minutes to take up the issue that has bogged down the steep, the coliseum and baseball team for weeks now. they're trying to find out if there is any truth to the boat that it will be postponed. >> reporter: after speaking with the mayor jean quan press secretary that the mayor does support a council vote for a 10 year lease tonight. it is supposed to start at 530 here at the council chambers tonight. after weeks of going back and forth and possibly leading oakland and renting the coliseum that are proving a 10 year lease is now up to the city council to approve the deal and make it official. mayor has had a
city administrator were to clarify some of the language and the resolution that will first keep the case here and also make it possible for the a's and raiders to pursue news to new stadiums. >> reporter: a lot of people are expected especially fans as this meeting is open to the public life in oakland. >> jacqueline: were you to see the thick blanket offog lee during to the coastline. lingering still. see high cloud coverage although some did clear with mustard leading the bay area but for the sierra and yosemite is
a different story with thunderstorms. again, we are seeing thunderstorms and strikes plenty of this afternoon but no help being shown on the record but it still remains a possibility cooler today as we expected only in the 70's and low 80s. down in the south bay the same bill and in the north bay we are dropping into the 60s in santa rosa because of the cloud coverage. with a picnic at the numbers coming out. we will take a look at the numbers coming up! >> reporter:new at five. >> reporter:rental prices sky-rocketing in the bay area's biggest cities.
>> reporter:real facts has new numbers that show the average price people are paying for apartments.these are for one places. >> reporter:san francisco leads the way.where monthly rental costs more than three thousand dolalrs a one bedroom in oakland will run you almost 21- hundred. and in san jose.it's more than 19-hundred. == >> reporter:but it's oakland where the rents are rising the fastest. compared to one year ago. >> reporter:rent for a one bedroom in oakland is up more than 13 percent. in san jose.it's up more than 9 percnet. san francisco is about the same. >> reporter:coming up tonight at six. we'll break down bay area homes prices. >> pam: a busy recycling center now closed in san francisco and evicted off the property. the center operated in the parking lot of safeway along market street in the castro and as kron 4's mike pelton shows us >> reporter:the closure is having an impact on many in the community. >> reporter: safeway issued an eviction order in the center was supposed to close
but is still cap property until yester day. the sheriff's department indicated that they could come today to force an eviction. supporters say that it has cleaned up the street and have provided aid and comfort those less fortunate >> if you are on a fixed income that will barely cover your rent. they will have the most negative impact in other people will be more accessible and inconvenient which will cost a lot more work on their part. >> >> reporter: spot with the government agency that will have to provide another method of taking in recycle recycles >> reporter: >> catherine: the latest the court plans to be law enforcement and threatens a rest for.. the victim was
talking to a city in lebanon and buying $1,500 in global debit cards. giving the caller the identifying numbers which was very convincing and have appeared to have law enforcement knowledge. similar scams have been caught popping up in regards to only the government money creek >> catherine: san francisco is again featured in the new "planet of the apes" movie. but the very 'latest' film to showcase the city is an earthquake movie.called "san andreas." it won't hit movies until next year.but filming is happening now. it's an earthquake action >> catherine: film - starring actor dwayne johnson. he plays a rescue helicopter pilot who zooms around over the bay area.scooping up survivors after a magnitude 9 earthquake.
>> catherine: not a cheery prospect.but people have been having fun spotting the crews at work - like at the waterfront this morning. >> catherine: not everyone is thrilled though. some merchants on fisherman's wharf and neighbors in russian hill objected to early morning street closures. >> pam: next. >> pam: we have new research that could end the debate about organic foods. >> pam: then. we'll show you new >> pam: surveillance videos pulled out the rubble after a tornado. heat shields are compromised. we have multiple failures.
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>> pam: contrary to previous that organic foods are in fact more nutriitious than conventional food. >> pam: researchers reviewed over 300 studies on the topic. and in their report published in the british journal of nuturiton. they found organic crops have higher concentrations of antioxidants than conventionally grown foods. >> pam: the researchers say conventional foods have more residual pesticides.levels
four times higher than organic foods. >> pam: and they say conventional foods contain the toxic metal cadmium. which can cause damage to the liver and kidneys. >> pam: but still. researchers say people need to eat more fruits and vegetables. whether organic or conventional. >> pam: coming up at 5:30. >> pam: a closer look at the website. allegedly used by a high profile prositute. accused of giving a bay area tech exec a deadly overdose of drugs. >> pam: then. the latest on a ceasfire deal between israel and gaza. gaza. for the freshest produce you want to be close to the people who are close to the land. that's why safeway works with over 150 local growers. the folks whose hands are in the soil. planting and nurturing the kind of delicious produce that gets delivered daily to safeway. so there's more local produce to love. like this week, locally grown g&s farms sweet corn is just 8 for $2.00. safeway, ingredients for life.
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>> reporter:dollars a month. and you heard right an allowance to date her. >> reporter:bella that's not her real name is paid by suitors who list their sizable income and net worth so-called sugar daddies meeting sugar babies on the website, "seeking arrangement dot com." >>i'm able to live the lifestyle i want without slaving for it. i'm being taken care of by someone i truly care for and they're caring for me. >> reporter:this is the same website that police say alix tichelman used to meet google executive forrest hayes. tichelman is accused in his murder and dubbed a high end silicon valley call girl. police say she used the website to meet her clients. >> >> reporter:the company says tichelman was one of its users but her profile raised no red flags. >>seeking arrangement is in no way or form a prostitution or escorting service. we are a dating website. >> reporter:that's the intent of the website, insists the company. it was started in 2006 by a self-described, never been kissed m-i-t nerd brandon wade. the former software engineer explained the concept to outfront three years ago.
>>the sugar baby is defined as a younger woman who usually wants to meet a wealthy man to take care of them. in this case, they are sugar daddies. >> reporter:since then wade has built a multi-million dollar pay-for-play empire with more than 3 million members. nearly half the women, says the company, are college studentspaying for the cost of their education. while the company describes itself as a dating website critics say it's clear what it really is. >>make no bones about it, websites like seekingarrangement.com are nothing more than an online pimphouse. >> i think it makes the key to prosecute. sticky >> reporter: and two years she has put $30,000 towards her college that. debt.
>> i get a part of the wild to see them again. well wealth >> reporter: operate so openly the exchange of money is not clearly visible and the solicit for sex. >>i don't think that makes it legal in california, or anywhere else that prostitution is illegal, i think it just makes it sticky to prosecute. i'm not in it just for the allowance. but after all, we're on this site for a reason. >> catherine: in the mideast tonight ,,, israel has agreed to a new pause in its ten day bombing assault on palestinians in gaza. >> catherine: and a general has been ordered to investigate reports of children killed and maimed while playing on a beach. >> catherine: four children died. they were aged nine to 12 and all from the same family.
in just over an hour after their deaths, hundreds turned out for their funeral >> catherine: their mother convulsed with shattered disbelief. >>"why did he go to the beach and play for them to take him away from me?" >> catherine: the father, equally devastated. >>"i felt as if the world had come to an end when i heard the news" >>"i wish i had died before hearing he was dead." >> catherine: images like these prompted a united nations representative to call for a >> catherine: hospitals in gaza are running out of medical supplies and the red cross has warned of acute water shortages >> catherine: the ceasefire will come into effect at midnight, pacific time. ten a=m in israel. and last for five hours. the israeli defense ministry says the bombing pause is also intended to allow gaza residents to see the damage they have suffered because of the rocket attacks from their territory. >> catherine: instead of bombs, israel dropped leaflets, warning residents
of northern gaza to stay away from their homes this >> catherine: hamas continued to launch missiles at israel today. a representative says they will stop only when israel agrees to end its crippling economic blockade, >>"we hope we can achieve a cease-fire. but a cease- fire which can protect the palestinians and guarantee that there will be no violations >> catherine: an israeli newspaper is reporting that hamas and its ally islamic jihad have offered israel a 10-year truce. >> catherine: they're asking for ten conditions. including a pull-back of military units from the border. and establishment of a free trade area in gaza to be monitored by the u-n. >> catherine: the pentagon says that russian combat
troops are again building up along the border with ukraine. in response - president obama today announced tougher sanctions on russia. >> pam: they'll target key areas of the russian economy -- including the defense and banking industries. >> pam: the sanctions stop short of sectors - but that's a step the u.s. is holding in reserve, in case moscow invasion of ukraine. >> pam: the national debate over immigration has sparked fierce debate over the past few weeks, with thousands of unaccompanied minors stuck in legal limbo. >> pam: many americans are now taking to the streets to voice their strong opinions. >> pam: tory dunnan has the story. >> reporter:as communities deal with an influx of children crossing the u-s border. a national debate brews. protests---representing both sides---- across the country. >>"you're just lucky. you're not better. none of you are better than them." >> reporter:tens of thousa minors have crossed the border illegally from central america and are awaiting their fate in detention centers. one sheriff arguing unaccompanied immigrants will create a vicous cycle. >>"their very hope was realized when we took them in. / the humanitarian way to address this is reunite them with their families and their country of origin because this 90,000 is going to be hundreds of thousands." >> reporter:meanwhile. religious and local aid
groups. are lending a helping hand. >> reporter:all while federal officials--running short on possible solutions to the >>"we do not return refugee kids who find themselves on our doorsteps back into war- torn or famine-racked places" >>"i think that we in congress view this as a humanitarian and a health care crisis." >> reporter:and in texas, another example of the immigration crisis taking center stage. >> reporter:activist and journalist jose antonio vargas -- himself an was detained while trying to pass through an airport checkpoint. >> reporter:he's since been released, court. >>"this is political theater. if that's happening to me, happening to the 11 million undocumented folks in this country." >> reporter: political stunt. >> pam: the army sergeant held captive by the taliban for five years, has hired a lawyer to represent him in an army investigation. >> pam: the army is looking into how and why sergeant bowe bergdahl left his post five years ago, before he was captured.
>> pam: he was turned over to the u- release of five taliban detainees. initial reintegration into the army. >> pam: coming up at 5:45. >> pam: we have dramatic surveillance pulled out of the rubble. after a tornado. and next. the latest video from a deadly typhoon in the philippines. >> pam: today on wall street, >> pam: dow jones industrial average reached its second record high close this month. here's a look at the closing numbers for wednesday. [ shelly ] as a gradua of devry university
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destructive winds and drenching rain to the densely populated capital city of manila. >> catherine: the eye of the storm made a late shift away from manila.but its winds still ripped off roof-tops, flooded streets.and tore apart small homes. there have also been electrocutions and widespread black-outs. >> catherine: other cities are also struggling. the typhoon is bringing the force of a category three hurricane to southeast asia. >> catherine: storm surges and mudslides are an ongoing concern. the typhoon could affect the lives of 43-million people nationwide. >> catherine: it's moving into the south china sea.with alerts being raised in places including hong kong. >> catherine: it's been one month since tornadoes tore through the >> jacqueline: s we will talk more about changing weather ahead coming up!
>> pam: when a farmers co-op recovered its computers from the rubble. no one expected to find anything that worked. however.the security camera >> pam: hard drives survived. showing an insane view of the storm and the moment it hit. dave roberts has more. >> reporter:it's likely some of the most powerful silent footage you'll ever see. inside the ef-4 tornado that leveled pilger a month ago. here's what victims say it sounded like. >>"it wasn't even real until we were sitting down in that in pretty much the fetal position." >> reporter:on the other side of eight inch thick concrete walls the farmers co- op security cameras rolled. as 200 mile per hour wind gusts ripped pilger to pieces. slow the video down. and sparks from snapping electric lines light of the streets. only feet from propane tanks leaking fuel. even a lightning bolt caught on camera. >>"how quick it moves in and throws that stuff around it. you know it is pretty
amazing." >>"this vault saved aaron, ryan and four of there co- workers. because it doesn't have windows they couldn't see what was going on outside." >>"when they escaped, all they could see was rubble. and now because of there security video, they can see how it happened and just how lucky they are to be alive." >>"we were all kind of getting sweaty in general just watching it. reliving it basically." >>we didn't hear a whole lot our ears popping some windows breaking. some boards smashing." >> reporter:as the dust settled. survivors coolers and the vault in the co-op store. emerging into an entirely different landscape, than the one they left minutes earlier. >>"i feel real lucky.that's why we made sure to save the vault that is at the office there. i think it saved our lives." >> pam: nebraska lawmakers hope to fast track federal aid for the hundreds of tornado victims. and the governor is asking for *individual assistance >> jacqueline: we were at 83
and antioch and pledge to attend the day it was also 83 and san jose, up no. 74 and 84 and now a doctorate temperatures generally down to that. 84 in nassau. napa >> jacqueline: at the high clouds are moving out the high cloud coverage and subtropical moisture or moving up to the north of this however we are still seeing thunderstorm activity in yosemite right now. a lot of this activity is winding down this afternoon with the exception of yosemite. drizzle near the coast line up to every thursday keeping
cooler than today but we will start to warm into the weekend. >> jacqueline: expecting drizzle at the coast and probably in san francisco tomorrow morning as well. 6:00 showing low cloud coverage with a little cocotte coverage to the south. slowly making its way back to the coast with temperatures tomorrow even cooler than today. we also will barely get into the 80s and a couple of analysts thought such as antioch >> jacqueline: wide spread 70's and petaluma and 78 in napa. we will start to warm up and not incredibly hot for the comparable conditions.
>> reporter: records highs on again. >> the way many is not a speculative coming up with a kick but no. the banks have been underperforming and china came up with good did it on economic growth. time warner potentially being acquired by fox and merging and exit acquisitions will get people excited pushing stocks higher per it does is of very very good stuff that we are seeing. >> reporter: of america would city $7 billion settlement with the justice department and j.p. morgan 13 million. >> are not there yet. but very close creek bank of america thought there were going to get away 12 billion hong but its 13 billion
creek some of this will be cash. >> they can afford this creek and the want to get behind them because they want to get the lawyers out of the relationship. it will continue to play hardball but it should settle or wrong the $13 billion mark. settle aronfund >> this is and when i went situation except for companies like microsoft project ibm dominate corporate sales and apple does not ibm will have the ability to sell software into the health-care big piece sector. this is a boost in a long running
battle that think it's a win-win situation. apple stock is close to an all- time high and definitely a winner this year >> reporter: think you if you have a question for brought go to his facebook fan page. >> reporter: coming up people behaving badly! >> and audio reporting from an aggressive customer service agent has gone by row. it is a big black eye in this age it was representing coming up in my tech
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gabe slate listened to the entire call. >>ho is that helping you? how >> reporter: his mind was made up he had already signed with a new provider. >> i am declining this service and i am switching providers. please >> proceeds. >> if you can please just cancel our service. >> reporter: 20 agent refused to cancel this service he placed on the phone on speaker and started to record, the message. our conversation
>> >> reporter: the call was so shocking that he up loaded the conversation to sound cloud. it went by row. viral. >> why would you not want a faster speed? >> >> reporter: finally after 18 minutes of asking the agent agreed to cancel the service. >> reporter: comcast apologizes to the customer and very embarrassed and apologetic that is not how they train their customer service agent to be haight. to be case behave. >> pam: witnesses say there
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the company says it's a precaution because other car- makers using similar systems have reported problems. there's concern the air might rupture and cause injury. dealers will be replacing passenger-side front air bags. coming up. we are not alone. nasa confident there is other life out in the universe. how soon we might find them. plus -- a ruling on the death penalty in california. local reaction -- next.
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death row in the state. san francisco public defender jeff adachi issued the following statement he says quote "today's ruling, which found california's death penalty unconstitutional, is a he later goes on to say. that he is hopeful that california attorney general kamala harris will choose not to appeal this decision." >>: he thanked those who express that they had a relationship as few as crowley on the. the no fit to rule with having either the fit between the supervisor and an aide. and there are no allegations filed for inappropriate conduct in the
office with that relationship. the liv, >>: a judge has allowed -- san francisco city college to continue filing their lawsuit against a regional accrediting commission. an attorney for accrediting commission argued to dismiss the lawsuit after. the school was granted an extension to stay open under a new policy. the community college was going to be stripped of its accreditation next month because of financial and management problems. that would have forced the school to close. the >>: the west nile virus is appearing in a record number of cases in the bay area. napa county health officials have reported one dead bird infected with the west nile virus. it's the county's first infectedthe dead crow was found in the city of napa on july 2nd. have not scheduled any fogging in the area.
however, other bay area counties are dealing with bigger problems. grant? starting tonight around 830 and lasting until 1130 cruise will be spraying insecticide. though the discovery and the bay area where experts say of the fogging will not be as if to people. this is critical and stop the spread of was not to him. next week the board of supervisors will vote on the proposal. >>:
bay area home prices are taking a >>jeff: bay of prices for have mated to $100. leather duffel 11 and a half percent within a year. some parts of the bay area has seen a bigger increases. san the teflon and san francisco of the highest market. there is a simple explanation for and the boom in the economy. is it is that the figures as still if recovering from the national housing crisis. home prices are still that the all-time peak in november 2007. >>:
we were at 70 degrees in san francisco 80 degrees and and a half and 84 and not a whifin na1 degrees cooler and conquered the this afternoon. there is the ninth half cloud coverage for duty tropical moisture 15 if satellites and radar pictures are showing that we're still seeing some thunderstorm but that activity is dying down at this hour. tonight you'll see the return of the falog. and you'll see that again tonight for the coast. through the
morning commute but clouds will start to clear and very slowly, by nolan it will go towards the east bay. the because a couple of low 80s and the sky olos cosh assets francisco sitting at 65 tomorrow and cooler and the north bay. temperatures was fit largely in the '70s and '80s and next week but tuesday and wednesday thing for him up even more. >>:
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>> reporter: >> jacqueline: our big one weather story showing showers are moving to the north of us but we are still seen thunderstorms over yosemite. as we move into tomorrow we will see more of a typical weather pattern with clouds and drizzle along the coastline. we are seeing the green, but are around the san mateo coastline. the cloud will be low or slowly pills that about 9:00 stills body to the east bay but by noon local coverage will be making its way back. we would be in the 70's and low
80s '60s at the coastline but 63 and daly city 68 in hayward and a leased through antioch, livermore and portions of the south like morgan hill. who will be a little warmer but below average for this time of the year in the '70s and '80s. we will get back to the 90s by next wednesday (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter: if you want to find people behaving badly look no farther than san francisco city hall permit you thought that i was talking about inside but no, i am talking about outside. >> reporter: this as you the is making and a legal u- turn. suv >> reporter: driver tries to back out but get stuck and blocking traffic and black
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