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dead....(grant) yarenit malihan pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter and d-u-i today.... she was sentenced to seven years in prison. but she will serve a lot less time than that... hello i'm grant lodes.(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis. this was not the first time she had been arrested on suspicion of dui..(grant) kron 4's terisa estacio joins us live outside the courthouse in martinez.. terisa - so how much time will yarenit malihan actually serve? summary:an alameda county sheriff's deputies wife has been sentenced friday to seven years in prison for the 2016 dui crash that killed 3-year- old elijah dunn.yarenit liliana malihan, 40, of pleasanton, pleaded guilty to
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gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and driving under the influence causing injury.she has accepted a plea deal and is not expected to serve the full seven years. kron4's terisa estacio says dunn's family is outraged with the sentence."i was able to speak in front of the judge," elijah's father eric dunn said. "i asked for the maximum. she killed my son."in court, five family members gave victim statements to the judge, pleading for a longer sentence."unfair, unjust," elijah's grandfather chuck manoiki said. "justice was not served. she was given 7 years for gross vehicular manslaughter, she should have been given second-degree manslaughter. she will only serve about 50 percent of the sentence."
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(grant) breaking news...an
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eleventh hour vote has just been set.. to try and avert a potential government shutdown..(vicki) if no deal is reached by tonight -- the government will run out money. the house passed a deal yesterday that would fund the government for one more month... but getting the deal through the senate is the issue at hand tonight. joining us live now from washington is kron 4's white house correspondent alexandra limon... alexandra... are republicans and democrats close at all to an agreement?
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republicans and democrats continued to blame each other sen. orrin hatch / utah (r) like they're holier than thou. they're not holier than thou. they're more political than thou.sen. catherine cortez masto / nevada (d)republicans are picking and choosing who wins at the end of the day. they're still playing politics with people's lives.thursday the houe passed a 30 day speding billbut senate democrats like nevada's catherine cortez masto said congress needed to act now to protect the dreamers immigrants who were brought to the us illegally as kids and were protected under the program called dacasen. catherine cortez masto / nevada (d)i'm no on a cr, this particular one because not only is daca no there, but it continues to kick the can down the road. we're governing by crisis.republicans maintained daca doesn't expire until march and there's a lot of work to be done.sen. mike rounds / south dakota (r)it's more than just daca it has to do with a border security system it has to do with some upgrades within the
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immigration system.alexandra limon / @alexlimonnewsthe funding bill passed by the house did fund the children's health insurance program for six years, the insurance program for low income kids ran out of money in the fall but democrats expressed frustration saying that should have been voted on its own, months ago.sen ron wyden / oregonthe kids became hostage to the republican political agenda.democrats said at the end of the day republicans are to blame or the inability to reach an agreement on a long term spending bill..sen. jeff merkley / oregon i don't see how that does anything but reflect on their leadership or should i say on their complete lack of leadership.colorado senator cory gardner says it's democrats who aren't cooperatingsen. cory gardner it's frustrating and i think that reasonableness tells people to do their job in washington alexandra limon (grant) here's a closer look at
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who is affected by a shutdown.... 700-thousand undocumented immigrants who are part of the daca program are included...since there's no fix in place ahead of the march fifth deadline. nine million children who are under the children's health insurance program...or chip...will have more uncertainty about the future of their health care. chip helps parents who earn too much to qualify for medicaid...but not enough to afford private health coverage. and - about one-point- three million active-duty military members will be expected to work - potentially without pay. the military is currently paid only through february first. (vicki) breaking news... the cause of death of legendary singer tom petty has ájustá been released... family members say he died of
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an accidental drug overdose... the coroner's office confirmed that petty had fentanyl and oxycodone in his system. the family says he was suffering from emphysema, a fractured hip and knee problems that caused him pain but he was still committed to touring.he had just wrapped up a tour a few days before he died in october at age 66. (grant) some unusual weather around the bay area today.. take a look - big waves in pacifica -- this is video from pacifica -- this is video from earlier. the big waves actually forced the closure of the pacifica pier. (ááávickiááá across the bay area we saw sunshine -- rain and even hail reported in san rafael. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow has what you need to know going forward. lawrence karnow: we enjoyed a little of everything today. showers, sunshine and even reports of lightning were all part of todays weather. you can see a few showers on the doppler radar but they are
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more widely scattered. showers will diminish overnight. the big story to night will be the cold temperatures as the cold arctic air settles in. lows tonight will be in the 20s and 30s inland with 30s and 40s around the bay and coast. on the satellite you can see the clouds still swirling behind the cold front and moving into the bay area. high pressure should briefly build in to start the weekend but it looks like more rain after that. highs tomorrow will be cool with numbers in the low to mid 50s under mostly sunny skies. expect (vicki) (vicki) happening tomorrow... tens of thousands of people are expected to attend women's marches across the bay area. the women's march started last year as a reaction to president trump's election. this year, march organizers are hoping to turn the movement's momentum into political action ahead of the midterm elections. some of the big demonstrations in the bay area will take place in san francisco , oakland, san jose and walnut creek. event organizers say they expect more than 100-thousand people to march across the bay area. (vicki) if you want more
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information on the marches happening tomorrow... we have the details posted on our website. you can find a march happening near you... and what time the event begins. it's all on kron4-dot-com. (grant) we have not seen the massive ice raids that are reportedly coming to this area..... at least not yet. but as kron4's maureen kelly reports...san francisco's police chief and acting mayor say... they're ready to stand up for immigrants. we will never abandon our values because of threats and we will remain a sanctuary city today tomorrow and always acting mayor london breed called the news conference to respond to the reports that a major immigration sweep is looming. she says the city's plan is to respond from a position of power, not panic. that is why we have increased funding for legal services were immigrants that is why we have educated more than 10,000 individual through know your rights training it is why we have provided more than 4000legal consultations they've getting the word out about the city's rapid response hotline....asking people who spot an ice raid to call it in, or even text a picture to the hotline. those on the other line will then verify the activity is truly
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an immigration raid. and if someone is detained...send an legal advocate to try and get them released on bond and offer support services to their family. the city's police chief was there to dispel some of the fear amoungst the immigrant community.we have a role in federal immigration enforcement, none whatsoever. if you see an officer out there on samples of the police off sir feel free, and san francisco police officer, feel free to engage with that office or feel free to report crimes and feel free to go that bad off siri is there to help to know that that officer is there to help youthe hotline has gotten over 500 calls aleady this week..which have mostly been rumors about raids that turned out to be unfounded and questions from some very scared people.the community is definitely very afraid and panics by these threats everyone everyone wants to know. set up an emergency plan for their family. people are very afraid and asking if my family member is detained how can i transfer parental guardian ship for my child because i'm afraid of this happening to me and being separated from my familya community organizer assisting with the hotline says it's dedicated to ice enforcement raid verification and response....and is not to be used for legal advice. we've posted that hotline number on our website, kron4.com. there you can also find a list of immigrant legal resources in the bay area. maureen kelly kron4 news. (vicki) coming up... get
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ready to pay more for amazon prime. we'll tell you how much more expensive memberships are about to get. (grant) and bart officially rolls out new trains today. find out how you can get on what's being called the "fleet of the future". (vicki) and after the break... another phone scam in the bay area. we'll tell you who is being targeted...
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(vicki) a warning about a scam in daly city targeting renters. a woman says she was looking for an apartment online... when she was tricked into wiring more than one- thousand dollars last week. she says the suspect posed as a property manager on craigslist... and went by the name of nathaniel turker. the man requested a security deposit... and the woman wired him one thousand-750 dollars. after she wired the money, the woman called the apartment complex and was told that the unit she was going to rent was occupied... and that a nathaniel turker did not work there. police are now investigating and looking for other possible victims.
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(vicki) and police in contra costa county are also warning of a scam tonight. they say several residents received phone calls from a person who said they worked for the sheriff's office. the caller then tells the victims that there are warrants for their arrest because they missed jury duty. the scammer then asks them to pay 4-thousand dollars to clear the warrants... and they will accept the payments in the form of a prepaid debit card or gift card. the sheriff's department says they never require people pay fines through prepaid cards... and people are not contacted by phone. (grant) sebastopol police are investigating a burglary at a marijuana dispensary. it happened around 3 am wednesday at the 'peace in medicine' dispensary on sebastopol avenue near main street. authorities say the building was partially ransacked. they do not know how much inventory was taken... but say about 30- thousand dollars worth of marijuana products were found nearby. (grant) emeryville police arrested cameron gordon of oakland earlier this week...
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after they say they found a loaded gun in his car during a traffic stop. it happened at 11:45 wednesday night on 53-rd street and san pablo avenue. authorities say while talking with gordon, officers noticed the smell of marijuana coming from the car. police say officers also noticed a cup in the center console filled with marijuana. during the investigation, officers found a loaded revolver as well as more marijuana. gordon was arrested on several charges including carrying a loaded gun in a vehicle. (vicki) a preliminary investigative report on the october 1st mass shooting in las vegasstill doesn't reveal a definite motive...(grant) but it does include new information, including how gunman stephen paddock planned the attack.. catherine heenan is here with more.. (catherine) the clark county sheriff says stephen paddock had done research into swat tactics... investigators say they also found child porn on his computer... we're
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also learning that the number of people injured in connection to the shooting is much higher than thought. the overall injury number -- 851. that includes 422 people hit by gunfire....aside from the hundredshurt in the escaping crush of people. last october the number of injured was listed at about 550. paddock killed himself after killing 58 people. the sheriff says no criminal charges are being considered against his girlfriend. but there 'is' another person under federal investigation - although no details are being released yet. a big question remains motive -- and the sheriff says there's no final answer yet. sheriff joe lombardo: i put out in the public space that he had lost a significant amount of his monetary wealth in close proximity to one october and that may have a driving factor associated with it. reporter: so - status, losing money. you think that is a potential motive in this case?sheriff joe lombardo: it could be. it could be. like i said the behavioral analysis unit of the fbi who are the experts associated with the mindset of individuals of this type are still in the throes
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of the investigation. police have released photos from the shooting scene - not seen by the public before today...they include the view from one of paddock's rooms at the mandalay bay... also - some of the many guns found scattered throughout the suite. photos also show some of the surveillance cameras paddock had rigged....so he couldmonitor the hallway outside his room. the sheriff today also affirmed the belief that there was only one shooter that day...and says investigators have gone over nearly 2- thousand leads. grant and vicki? (grant) the supreme court said today that it would take up a challenge to the latest version of president trump's travel ban. oral arguments will be heard in april. in a two-sentence order.... the court said it will consider questions concerning whether the ban violates immigration law as
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well as the establishment clause of the constitution. the court's eventual ruling will determine the fate of the trump administration's third attempt... to restrict entry to people from several muslim- majority countries. (vicki) if you were hit with a one thousand-dollar emergency... would you be able to cover it? the majority of americans would not. a new report from bank-rate-dot- com found that only 39-percent would be able pay a bill that size. among those who say they couldn't pay ... 36- percent said they'd need to borrow the money or put it on a credit card. according to the survey.... younger millennials were the most likely to borrow from family or friends in an emergency situation. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.
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lawrence karnow: we enjoyed a little of everything today. showers, sunshine and even reports of lightning were all part of todays weather. you can see a few showers on the doppler radar but they are more widely scattered. showers will diminish overnight. the big story to night will be the cold temperatures as the cold arctic air settles in. lows tonight will be in the 20s and 30s inland with 30s and 40s around the bay and coast. on the satellite you can see the clouds still swirling behind the cold front and moving into the bay area. high pressure should briefly build in to start the weekend but it looks like more rain after that. highs tomorrow will be cool with numbers in the low to mid 50s under mostly sunny skies. expect increasing clouds on sunday leading to chance of rain late in the day. showers will continue on monday and tuesday. another round of steady rain is possible on wednesday and thursday.
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(grant) the san francisco giants have been busy acquiring new players this off-season since finishing in the bottom of the n-l-west last year.(vicki) today the giants held a press conference to formally introduce one of those new players...a highly sought- after infielder who has been brought in to help get things turned around...kron4's haaziq madyun has the story pkgsot
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francisco giants third baseman: "i am here to win and i am here to follow the example that you guys have set">after aquiring highly coveted third baseman evan longoria from the tampa bay rays back in december today the san francisco giants made the proper introduction of the three time golden glove winner. how does he feel about joining the giants after being the face of the rays for the last decade?sotgiants president larry baer talks abou the significance of signing 32-year-old longoria to a 5-year-dealsotthat thrilling sensation is something that is not just being felt by giants baseball fanssot
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arbelo/new york yankees fan: "well he is a yankee killer so i am definitely happy he is going to the giants">sotlongoria says first things first...sotin san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news (grant) (grant) still ahead... panic across the hawaiian islands after a ballistic missle attack warning is accidentally sent out. fund out what lawmakers are
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doing to make sure it doesn't happen again. (vicki) plus... it's going to get harder to travel with your pets. we'll explain the new changes coming to a major airliner.
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(vicki) if you are a ámonthlyá amazon prime member... get ready to pay a little more for your membership.(grant) monthly subscription prices are about to go up two dollars a month. from 10-99 to 12-99. the price increase does not apply to those who pay for prime annually.(vicki) amazon did not give a specific reason for the price increase. but there's speculation it is to get more people to sign up for the annual subscription. (grant) it's about to get a lot more difficult to fly with an emotional support animal on delta airlines. (vicki) starting march first, all passengers bringing animals into the cabin will be required to provide documentation from a doctor or mental health professional. they will also need a signed letter stating the animal is trained to behave without a kennel.(grant) the airline
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says the decision was made after repeated incidents involving untrained animals biting passengers and relieving themselves on airplanes. delta also says it will no longer accept any exotic or unusual service animals. (grant) next at 5:30... a masked man robs an east bay safeway store at gunpoint... and tonight police are still looking for the gunman. details on what happened. (vicki) plus... we'll take a look at bart's new trains as they carried passengers for the first time today.
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tonight at 5:30... bart is finally rolling their new cars on the tracks... and carrying passengers. (vicki) a new 10-car train began service in oakland today. this comes after months of delays and several safety tests. kron 4's camila bernal has a look inside bart's new "fleet of the future" (vicki) happening (vicki) happening now in the east
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bay... police are looking for a masked man who robbed a safeway store at gunpoint. it happened just before 8:00 last night at the store on moraga way in moraga. police say the suspect went into the safeway... then pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded money. the gunman then took the cash register drawer and fled outside to a silver car waiting outside. police say the suspect was wearing a ski mask and dark clothing at the time of the robbery. the getaway car was last seen driving towards orinda. (grant) taking a look at conditions in tahoe tonight... as a lot of people are going to hit the slopes this weekend. a winter storm
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dumped nearly a foot of much- needed snow in higher elevations of the sierra nevada. this is video from northstar. but... the storm has but... the storm has moved out as a lot of people head up to the mountains. chain controls have been lifted on interstate 80 between sacramento and reno. but chains or snow tires are required over several sierra passes. we have all of that information on our website at kron4 dot com. (vicki) now lets check on the weather with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we enjoyed a little of everything today. showers, sunshine and even reports of lightning were all part of todays weather. you can see a few showers on the doppler radar but they are more widely scattered. showers will diminish overnight. the big story to night will be the cold temperatures as the cold
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arctic air settles in. lows tonight will be in the 20s and 30s inland with 30s and 40s around the bay and coast. on the satellite you can see the clouds still swirling behind the cold front and moving into the bay area. high pressure should briefly build in to start the weekend but it looks like more rain after that. highs tomorrow will be cool with numbers in the low to mid 50s under mostly sunny skies. expect increasing clouds on sunday leading to chance of rain late in the day. showers will continue on monday and tuesday. another round of steady rain is possible on wednesday and thursday. (vicki) hawaiian lawmakers held a hearing today to learn more about the circumstancesof the emergency alert mistakenly sent out over the weekend....(grant)
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the warning of a ballistic missile attack sent island residents and visitors into panic mode... visitors into residents and visitors into the lawmakers want to do what they can to make sure it does 'not' happen again..catherine heenan is here with more.. (catherine) they know they can't guarantee there won't be an actual missile attack...but they're trying to find out why emergency workers got it so wrong last saturday.. a state employee mistakenly sent out an emergency alert to mobile devices andt-v and radio stations... a corrected alert wasn't sent out for nearly 40 minutes.
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that's because there had been no prepared message for a false alarm. hawaiian lawmakers say it's just one example of how the state and federalofficials need to get the emergency alert system right.. state legislator - there needs to be a more comprehensive plan on what to do before you get people scared and in panic and not knowing what to do. and that's what happened saturday.emergency official - and we're fully aware of that and we're sorry and we apologize and the general will put that together. emergency system officials say they're working on a detailed plan on the response to alerts....includi ng those sent out by mistake. the state says part of the delay saturday in sending out a retraction - was becausethey were waiting for fema approval... fema says that that the state didn't 'need' federal approval to correct the problem.grant and vicki?
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(grant) aly raisman is among the aly raisman is among the team of five american gymnasts who won gold in the 2012 summer olympics in london. but it came at a high cost.(vicki) four of the five gymnasts now say they were subjected to sexual abuse by the team's physician, doctor larry nassar who pleaded guilty. . natasha chen shows how nassar complained to the judge that these victim statements were hard on his mental health. aly raisman / olympic gymnast: "you lied to me, and manipulated me to think, that when you treated me you were closing your eyes because you had been working hard - when you were really touching me, an innocent child, to pleasure yourself."she is among 140 or so victims who trained with team u-s-a or michigan state university - where nassar worked. some were underage. they said nassar touched them
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inappropriately - sometimes digitally penetrating them - while offering his so-called 'treatments'.jordyn wieber / retired olympic gymnast: "he did it time after time, appointment after appointment, convincing me that it was helping me with my hamstring injury."jordyn wieber is another olympian who gave a victim statement in court. jordyn wieber / retired olympic gymnast: "even though i'm a victim, i do not and will not live my life as one." the thought of hearing these words and tears prompted nassar to send the judge a letter before these statements began - saying 'i'm concerned about my ability to be able to face witnesses this next four days, mentally.'rosemarie aquilina / judge: ""spending 4 or 5 days listening to them is significantly minor considering the hours of pleasure you've had at their expense and ruining their lives."aly raisman / olympic gymnast: "the tables have turned, larry. we are here, we have our voices, and we are not going anywhere."i'm natasha chen, reporting.
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(vicki) a couple survives the las vegas shooting massacre... and now an organization is helping them have the wedding of their dreams. we'll have their story... coming up. (grant) plus after the break.. a tow truck driver narrowly escapes death... after a car comes careening towards him. and tonight we are hearing from the man who almost caused a catastrophe. hear why he says he was not driving too fast on the icy roads. sfx: tinny headphone music sfx: feet shuffling life can change in an instant. be covered when it does... ...with a health plan through covered california. we offer free expert help choosing the best plan for you. and all of our plans include free preventive care. financial help is available, so check for yourself to see what savings you qualify for. open enrollment ends january 31st, so don't miss out. because you never know when life... ...will change. get covered today. a michigan tow truck
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driver's quick feet may have saved his life. he quickly dodged a moving vehicle careening towards his truck. frank kennedy is the tow truck driver in the neon green jacket. here comes a car out of nowhere that slips on the ice and slides up the truck's ramp...knocking the other car off. it appears kennedy saw the car coming a couple seconds before it made contact with his truck. for the driver of the car...this all happened very fast. "i know i was just trying to get control of the car as much
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i could. and that's when i noticed i was on top of the tow truck." ""he didn't say anything. he came to us when we were standing there asking for a light. no apology, no remorse, nothing."(grant) marshall claims he did in fact apologize to the tow truck driver... and added that he wasn't driving fast...and was actually going under the speed limit. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break. (grant) there is breaking news in
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san francisco... a homicide investigation is underway in the sunset district. this is new video just in to the kron4 newsroom..this is all happening on 34th and ortega... at this point it is not clear if anyone else is hurt... or if a suspect is in custody...we have a reporter headed to the scene... and we will bring you an update ahead...
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(grant) also ahead...kron4 news at six. let's get a check on what we are working on for that hour. steve aveson is standing by in the kron4 newsroom.(steve) thanks grant..coming up new tonight at six... a driver in a tesla stopped on the bay bridge - suspected of driving under the influence...but here's where it gets intersting - the person behind the wheel reportedly told officers he had the "self driving" car in "autopilot" mode... new tonight -- we will tell you what ended up happening to that man.. grant - back to you in the studio. thanks steve, we will see you tonight at six. (vicki) only months ago -- wildfires ripped through our area. the october string of blazes took dozens of lives and burned through thousands of homes.(grant) this week -- lawmakers are pushing to help those survivors -- and look to a change in the future. kron four capitol bureau reporter kody leibowitz reports. é this is video of fires burning along their destructive path in october.
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dozens of lives lost. thousands of homes destroyed. memories lost with the flames. (;10)kron4 reporter: how long have you lived here for?north bay fire survivor: 21 years.kron4 reporter; that's a lifetime.north bay fire survivor: yeah it is. a lifetime of memories and everything's gone. we didn't get pictures or anything. add to it billions of dollars in insurance claims -- making the fires the costliest in california history. (:08)dave jones, insurance commissioner "now people are trying to recover and in the course of that recovery there have been a number of problems and challenges." - ic dave jones at press conference 1/16/18 on tuesday -- insurance commissioner dave jones and democratic assemblymembers and senators push forward to help fire survivors. one bill gives those affected an extra year to already two years to rebuild their homes after a wildfire. it was introduced by assemblymember cecilia aguiar-curry... (;06) assemblymember cecilia aguiar- curry "grieving families should not, and i say should not have to worry about their insurance coverage being cut off after 24 months." (:08) assemblymember marc levine "we learned very quickly after the north bay fires that many policy holders were actually underinsured for rebuilding." assemblymember marc levine sponsors several bills -- one looking to help those who are underinsurance and those
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looking to rebuild a new home on a new property.. (;08) assemblymember marc levine "we have an opportunity to prospectively provide really strong consumer protections for californians."kody leibowitz, kron4 news (vicki) the rabbit whose rescue was caught in a viral video during california's thomas fire is back in the wild. the bunny has been recovering at the california wildlife center in malibu. the center's director of animal care says the rabbit had burns on all four feet and its ears. it also lost some toenails...but the furry little guy is expected to be fine. the center said in a tweet that the rabbit was released near the spot where it was rescued ... and that it's now a good place for a bunny to thrive. (grant) check out this rainbow... time now to check on
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our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we enjoyed a little of everything today. showers, sunshine and even reports of lightning were all part of todays weather. you can see a few showers on the doppler radar but they are more widely scattered. showers will diminish overnight. the big story to night will be the cold temperatures as the cold arctic air settles in. lows tonight will be in the 20s and 30s inland with 30s and 40s around the bay and coast. on the satellite you can see the clouds still swirling behind the cold front and moving into the bay area. high pressure should briefly build in to start the weekend but it looks like more rain after that. highs tomorrow will be cool with numbers in the low to mid 50s under mostly sunny skies. expect increasing clouds on sunday leading to chance of rain late in the day. showers will continue on monday and tuesday. another round of steady rain is possible on wednesday and thursday.
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(vicki) still ahead.. . we'll show you how one organization is helping a couple who survived the las vegas shooting thursday.
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(vicki) still ahead.. . we'll show you how one organization is helping a couple who survived the las vegas shooting massacre.
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who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. heavy, labored breathing heavy, labored breathing coughing breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask
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breathing through oxygen mask covered california. it's more than just health care. it's life care. (grant) a couple who
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survived a nightmare, the las vegas mass shooting, will get their dream wedding for free. (vicki) an organization in california announced it will cover the entire bill.reyna harvey has the couple's story of triumph through tragedy. for jordanne barr and jordan adamczyk it was love at first sight,jordanne barr/las vegas survivior"i always thought i would marry him, but when we started dating. i mean i told him i loved him, on our first date, we were just such great friends, that everything fell into place perfectly."that
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perfect fairy tale feeling would be put to the test, during their weekend awayin las vegas at the route 91 harvest music festival,. jordanne barr/las vegas survivior"you can't really put yourself, in that situation. and think oh someone would take a bullet for me, until that actually happens."where they would find themselves in the middle of this countries deadliest mass shooting . jordanne barr/las vegas survivior"it actually went down through my arm." barr was shot in the arm, the bullet traveled through her arm and into her side.jordanne barr/las vegas survivior"you can see it went in here and then down and then it was removed back here."adamczyk dove on top of her trying to sheld her from the steam of bullets raining from above. jordan adamczyk/las vegas survivior"i just wanted to protect her."jordanne barr/las vegas survivior"the five minutes where jordan laid on top of me and i was on my side just looking at him, all i could think about is what my life would be like without him, and that was the hardest thing i have ever experienced." and now after surviving that nightmare,they get a chance to
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spend a life time healing together.jordan adamczyk/las vegas survivior"i knew i loved her and then this whole things happened and i was like whos she is incredible."with the help of the fairy god mother foundation, barr and adamczyk don't have to worry about a thing with the foundation picking up the entire wedding tab from gown to venue.jordan adamczyk/las vegas survivior "so going through it together we just know that we can get through everything together and anything that comes our way, we will be strong enough to overcome it."the couple plans to use their future life together to honor thoes who lost theirs.jordan adamczyk/las vegas survivior "we are so incredibly thankful, and i think we said before that we wanted to live for those that were not able to make it out of there that's out goal, that is still what we are trying to do every day." reporting in bakersfield, reyna harvey, eyewitness news --tag--the couple's wedding date will be october 6th. (vicki)(vicki) october 6th.will be wedding date the couple's --tag--news eyewitness reyna harvey, eyewitness news --tag-- the couple's wedding date will be october 6th. (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news
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at 5.(granti) steve aveson and catherine heenan are here with kron 4 news at six. (steve) thanks, grant and vicki...coming up next on kron4 news at six.. we are on top of breaking news...a homicide investigation underway in san francisco's sunset district.. there is a body in a drive way outside a home.. we have a reporter headed to the scene... (catherine) then - outrage over the sentence just handed down to the wife of a sheriff's deputy. she was involved in a dui crash that left a toddler dead. new at six - we have a statement from defendant... kron4 news at six starts right after the break.
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(catherine) breaking news in san francisco.... a homicide investigation is underway in the sunset district. we're working to get details and we'll have more ahead. (catherine) but first tonight.... just one hour away from a vote that could avert a government shutdown. i'm catherine heenan in for pam moore.(steve) and i'm steve aveson.tonight we are tracking the impact a shutdown could have on you.... the house passed a deal yesterday that would fund the government for one more month... but getting the deal through the senate is the problem at hand tonight. (steve) joining us live now from washington is karen caifa. sen. mitch mcconnell, (r) majority leader: this is supposed to be a no brainer with just hours to go before a midnight deadline to keep the government open...it all comes down to the senate sen. dick durbin, (caterine) happening tomorrow... (caterine) karen caifa.washington is karen caifa.
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(caterine) (caterine) happening tomorrow...
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tens of thousands of people are expected to attend women's marches across the bay area. the women's march movement began last year as a reaction to president trump's election. this year, organizers are hoping to turn the momentum into political action -- ahead of the midterm elections. some of the big demonstrations in the bay area will include san francisco , oakland, san jose and walnut creek. organizers say they expect more than 100-thousand people to join in... (catherine) if you want more information on tomorrow's marches -- we have details on our website. you can find a march happening near you... and get the starting times. it's all on kron4-dot-com. (steve) back to that breaking news... a homicide investigation is underway in investigation is underway in the suset district. this is all happening on 34th and ortega... at this point it is not clear if anyone else is hurt... or if a suspect is in custody...we have a reporter headed to the scene... and we will bring
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you an update ahead... (catherine) new at six..we have a statement from the wife of an alameda county sheriff's deputy she was sentenced today for a dui crash in san ramon that left a toddler dead..(steve) tonight that child's family is outraged.. because the woman was sentenced to just seven years in prison -- but will serve much less time than that.. (steve)kron four's terisa estacio is live outside the courthouse in martinez... terisa> this east bay family is heart broken. they say their lives ruined by the events back in 2016 when elijah was killed. now the woman charged may only serve a few years in prison. (estacio reporting)eric dunn, elijah's father. i spoke to the judge, i asked for the maximum. she killed my son. chuck manoiki, elijah's grandfather. this was not justice.christina estrada, elijah's grandmother. one by one - the family of elijah dunn, distraught over the death of the three year old spoke about their heartache. it has been an angonzing time for the east
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bay family. elijah dunn died in this accident back on september 9, 2016. it was a friday evening, he was in a car with his siblings - his mother was driving when she ran out of gas and pulled to the side of freeway on 680. that is when yarenit malihan. the wife of an alameda county sheriff's deputy plowed into the sedan. elijah was killed. his mother crystal crushed in the front seat, she suffered multiple broken ribs. the two other children taken to the hospital. malihan had a prior dui before the crash on 680, but was not convicted. she also had a drunk in public, several months after the 680 accident. but the district attorney charged her with gross vehicular manslaughter and dui. she plead to the charges friday. however, the family tells kron four news they did not realize her plea would give her such a light sentence for killing their beloved family member.i caught up with malihan's family outside court, they would not talk - in court, she gave a statement apologizing, and saying she would do antyhing to turn back time. but elijah's family did not believe it.eric dunn. she is not remorseful.(estacio, live) so malihan was given a 7 year sentence. the law states she will serve about half of that, then with
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credit for being in jail, she could serve as little as two and a half years. in martinez, te so malihan was given a 7 year sentence. the law states she will serve about half of that, then with credit for being in jail, she could serve as little as two and a half years. in martinez, te (catherine) new at six...
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a san francisco driver is underlining the fact that driving your telsa on autopilot is no excuse for getting behind the wheel after a few drinks. the c-h-p arrested this man for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol. when officers pulled him over -- he said he was driving his telsa on autopilot. the man was arrested and charged with suspicion of dui. authorities say his blood alcohol concentration was more than twice the legal limit. a live look outside right a live look outside right now... as we get our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we enjoyed a little of everything today. showers, sunshine and even reports of lightning were all part of todays weather. you can see a few showers on the doppler radar but they are more widely scattered. showers will diminish overnight. the big story to night will be the
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cold temperatures as the cold arctic air settles in. lows tonight will be in the 20s and 30s inland with 30s and 40s around the bay and coast. on the satellite you can see the clouds still swirling behind the cold front and moving into the bay area. high pressure should briefly build in to start the weekend but it looks like more rain after that. highs tomorrow will be cool with numbers in the low to mid 50s under mostly sunny skies. expect increasing clouds on sunday leading to chance of rain late in the day. showers will continue on monday and tuesday. another round of steady rain is possible on wednesday and thursday. (steve) san francisco city leaders were out today to soothe fears from the immigrant community worried about a threat of impending federal immigration raids. (catherine) kron 4's maureen kelly attended a news conference by the acting mayor and police chief..they say that despite any federal threats -- san francisco will remain a sanctuary city.
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san francisco will come from a position of power not panic acting mayor london breed says in addition to increasing funding for immigrant legal services, the city has revamped a rapid response hotline...that's where people can call in if they see a federal immigration raid. or even text a picture.those on the other end will then verify the activity is truly an immigration raid. and if someone is detained...send an legal advocate to try and get them released on bond and offer support services to their family. we've had more than 500 calls to the hotline in this week alone that's over 500 families living in fear that we can helpthe hotline coordinator says before reports of massive ice sweeps came out, they had been getting about 3 calls a day. types of calls that we have seen is a lot of false rumors ripped spreading people have been saying they've been seen ice at different locations and when we done the verifications that has not been true that is why the verification is so importantpolice chief bill scott attended the news conference to remind people that sfpd officers will not assist in immigration enforcement in any way. we want to community and a city everyone where everyone has
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access government everyone has access to when they need them everyone has access to be able to report time want to have that access these are why the values of our city are so important. and we want to publix to know immigration is not the issuea community organizer assisting with the hotline says it's dedicated to ice enforcement raid verification and response....and is not to be used for legal advice. we've posted that hotline number on our website, kron4.com. there you can also find a list of immigrant legal resources in the bay area. maureen kelly kron4 news. (steve) the teenaged
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athlete paralyzed during an east bay wrestling match is getting gifts from the warriors. a team representative delivered a replica 20-17 championship ring to ryan joseph. he also got a basketball signed by andre iguodala. ryan suffered a spinal cord injury last wednesday... while wrestling for college park high school in pleasant hill. the athletic director of his school says ryan has had a successful surgery to help him breathe... and he can now mouth words to his fmaily. he looked at his parents after his surgery and mouthed "i love you" a go-fund-me page has now raised more than 118-thousand-dollars. we have a link to the site on our website at kron four dot com. (( áá v.o. / catherine áá )) still ahead - new revelations on hall of fame rocker tom petty...what the medical examiner is confirming as the cause of his death... (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) an olympic gold medalist challenges usa gymnastics in her witness impact statement against convicted molester dr. larry
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nassar. (( áá v.o. / catherine áá )) also -- it's been a long wait for bart commuters but today the first batch of brand new trains went online - and we've got reaction.
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a big story we are following... a new 10-car bart train began its service today in oakland, this after months of delays and more than two billion dollars in investments. kron 4's camila bernal has a look inside bart's new "fleet of
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the future." natdespite the delays and setbacks, bart's fleet of the future is now filling up with passengers3:51:25 being able to have something that's more spacious that has air conditioning that has more features i think is greatthe new train is energy efficient with wider aisles and digital maps3:52:31 when you get on the train it still looks like a bart train but it looks new looks vibrant and it actually looks more bay areabut the new look was not cheap. bart spent 2.6 billion dollars on the project.3:58:29 this is the oldest car fleet in the country and these cars were desperately neededthe idea is to continue incorporating new trains by 2022 bart hopes to have a balance of the old and the new trains3:49:45 i'm very optimistic that it will continue to operate smoothly that's a concern you know these cars are not 40 years
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old yet so hopefully they'll do better than the old carsthe new 10-car train is already running on non-peak hours. a second train is expected to join the fleet next month. 3:49:03 this is very nice much smoother ride not as jerky much quieter i can actually hear you which is unusual camila:bart has 775 new it will take years and a lot more money before those are added to the fleet. reporting in oakland camila bernal kron 4 news (catherine) we're now learning the cause of the death of legendary singer tom petty. family members say he died of an accidental drug overdose - after taking a variety of medications. the coroner's office says he had fenta-nyl and oxy-codone in his system. fenta- nyl was the same drug found in prince's system after he died. petty's family says he had suffered from emphysema, a fractured hip and knee problems that caused him pain but they say he was still committed to touring. he'd just wrapped up a tour a few
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days before he died in october at age 66. (steve) the head of a non-profit group in san leandro is accusing a city manager of sexual misconduct dating back to at least 20-12. chris zapata is accused of making inappropriate or sexual advances towards davis street family resource center c-e-o rose johnson. she claims that zapata would comment on her clothing and make suggestive comments such as..."if you were not married, i would go for someone like you." johnson is calling for the immediate resignation of zapata or his firing by the sasn leandro city council. zapata has not yet commented on these allegations. (catherine) the line-up of young athletes speaking against former sports doctor larry nassar continued in a michigan courtroom today.. more than a hundred women say they were sexually abused by him.....and they're making dramatic statements at his sentencing hearing.. nassar faces a minimum sentence of 25 to 40 years in prison for molesting girls at
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michigan state university and his home. he was also a team doctor at u-s-a gymnastics, and worked with olympians. today - olympic gold medalist aly race-man took the stand. there were no tears - only confidence and anger. aly raisman/olympic gymnast - you are so sick i can't even comprehend how angry i feel when i think of you. you lied to me and manipulated me to think that when you treated me you were closing your eyes because you had been working hard when you were really touching me and innocent child to pleasure yourself. imagine feeling like you have no power and no voice. well you know what larry i have both power and voice and i'm only beginning to just use them. more than 80 women and girls have spoken during the hearing -- which will resume next week.race-man was applauded and hugged after her statement... nassar actually wrote a letter to the judge this week saying he didn't want to hearany more from his victims....saying his
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mental health was affected. the judge dismissed that as "mumbo jumbo."nassar has already been sentenced to 60 years in prison for child pornography crimes. (steve) if you are headed to the sierra nevada mountains this weekend... get ready for some fresh powder. snow covered the mountain range last night. according to the national wether services... some areas are seeing as much as a foot of snow. the slick roads had some drivers spinning out of control. so if you are headed to the snow... don't forget those chains. it's also a good idea to bring extra clothes, blankets, snacks and water in case of an emergency. lawrence karnow: we enjoyed a little of everything today. showers, sunshine and even reports of lightning were all part of todays weather. you can see a few showers on the doppler radar but they are more widely scattered. showers will diminish overnight. the big story to night will be the cold temperatures as the cold
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arctic air settles in. lows tonight will be in the 20s and 30s inland with 30s and 40s around the bay and coast. on the satellite you can see the clouds still swirling behind the cold front and moving into the bay area. high pressure should briefly build in to start the weekend but it looks like more rain after that. highs tomorrow will be cool with numbers in the low to mid 50s under mostly sunny skies. expect increasing clouds on sunday leading to chance of rain late in the day. showers will continue on monday and tuesday. another round of steady rain is possible on wednesday and thursday.
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(steve) if you haven't gotten a flu shot yet ... now is the time to do it. the flu epidemic is now widespread in every california county and every u=s state except hawaii. new numbers from the state
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and federal government... show a spike in hospital admissions and infant deaths. the youngest and oldest americans are most at risk.(steve) there are lots of new numbers coming out -- and most of them are grim.the c-d-c says nationwide, 30 children have died ... ten of them in the last week.(catherine) here in california, 74 people under the age of 65 have died from flu-related complications. among them ... a healthy 27=year old from orange county. he-74fr story slug : cdc reports 10 more pediatric flu deaths walking down the aisle behind her casket was probably the worst thing that's ever happened to us,liz gallagher's daughter katherine didn't want to get a flu shot.and when she got sick, she told her mother she wanted to just sleep it off.two days later she went to urgent care for antibiotics and i=v fluids."the next thing we know, we got a call from her boyfriend saying that about ten after 6, saying that it was bad and the paramedics were there. and so after about 10 minutes, he said to me, 'they've called it' - worst thing i've ever heard in my life."gallagher died from
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acute bronchial pneumonia, a complication of the flu.her mother is urging everyone to get the vaccine."young people just think they're invincible, and most of them don't want to pay what it costs now to go to doctors,"most flu cases this year are the h3n2 strains.the vaccines are only 32 percent effective against them.as a result the flue has hit early and hard.the c=d=c tracks hospital visits for for flu=related illness, and in past years they peaked in february and march.this year we are already ahead of those high points.the hospitalization rate for flu cases nearly trippled in the past two weeks.in southern california, hospitals were so overwhelmed triage tents have been set up for flu patients. in texas at least 11 school districts have been forced to close because of sick students. "you know, flu is serious and it's widespread every year, but we've never had it hit like it has our campuses this year."
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(catherine) this is the first year in more than a decade that the entire country is grappling with high numbers of flu cases at the same time. some california hospitals say the number of cases has started to drop, but we're still facing many more weeks of the flu season. (( áá v.o. / catherine áá )) still ahead -- there are less than 3 hours until a possible government shutdown, we'll takeyou back to washington for an update when we come back (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) a man trying to make a few bucks selling a used cell phone is pepper sprayedby a phony buyer, but police help track im down.
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(steve)(ots) new at six... a man is under arrest after pepper-spraying a person
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trying to sell their cell phone through the app-- "offer- up." police say the two met at a spot in fremont. authorities say when the person selling the phone handed it over the man pepper- sprayed them and ran away. police say the person chased the man into a store and called police. when police arrived, they cleared the store and searched it. the man was found hiding in the bathroom and arrested. last year, a man was shot and killed while trying to sell a phone through a similar app. (( áá v.o. / catherine áá )) disturbing new details about the mass shooting in las vegas... including an increase in the number of those injured in the attack. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) president trump and democratic senator chuck schumer met today over the government shutdown and claimed progress was made. but was it enough to make a deal?
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(steve) we continue following that breaking news.. a homicide investigation is underway in the sunset district. this is all happening on 34th and ortega... at this point it is not clear if anyone else is hurt... or if a suspect is in custody...we have a reporter headed to the scene... and we will bring you an update ahead... (steve) we're less than an hour away from a possible government shutdown... (catherine) both sides continue to blame each other for the fact that negotiations are getting down to the wire.
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kron four's washington correspondent alexandra limon is live from the capitol with the latest...alexandra? republicans and democrats continued to blame each other sen. orrin hatch / utah (r) like they're holier than thou. they're not holier than thou. they're more political than thou.sen. catherine cortez masto / nevada (d)republicans are picking and choosing who wins at the end of the day. they're still playing politics with people's lives.thursday the houe passed a 30 day speding billbut senate democrats like nevada's catherine cortez masto said congress needed to act now to protect the dreamers immigrants who were brought to the us illegally as kids and were protected under the program called dacasen.
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catherine cortez masto / nevada (d)i'm no on a cr, this particular one because not only is daca no there, but it continues to kick the can down the road. we're governing by crisis.republicans maintained daca doesn't expire until march and there's a lot of work to be done.sen. mike rounds / south dakota (r)it's more than just daca it has to do with a border security system it has to do with some upgrades within the immigration system.alexandra limon / @alexlimonnewsthe funding bill passed by the house did fund the children's health insurance program for six years, the insurance program for low income kids ran out of money in the fall but democrats expressed frustration saying that should have been voted on its own, months ago.sen ron wyden / oregonthe kids became hostage to the republican political agenda.democrats said at the end of the day republicans are to blame or the inability to reach an agreement on a long term spending bill..sen. jeff merkley / oregon i don't see how that does anything but reflect on their leadership or should i say on their complete lack of leadership.colorado senator cory gardner says it's democrats who aren't cooperatingsen. cory gardner it's frustrating and i think that reasonableness tells people to do their job
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following...are top stories we at the other now a look alexandra... thanks (steve) (steve) thanks alexandra... now a look at the other top stories we are following... this was a brutal day for this family. ever since elijah died, they have been looking
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for justice, today, yarenit malihan plead guilty. her sentence for killing elijah - 7 years, and bc of the law, she will serve half of that or about 3 years. in san francisco the acting mayor says the city will not back down in the face of reports of a massive federal immigration crackdown.san francisco is and will continue to be a sanctuary citylondon breed says in addition to increasing funding for immigrant legal services, the city has revamped a rapid response hotline...that's where people can call in if they see a federal immigration
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raid. or even text a picture. those on the other end will then verify the activity is truly an immigration raid. and if someone is detained...send an legal advocate to try and get them released on bond and offer support services to their family. we've had more than 500 calls to the hotline in this week alone that's over 500 families living in fear that we can helpmaureen kelly kron4 news in oakland, a new 10-car bart train began its service.the 2.6 billion dollar investment allowed them to make the trains quieter, to guarantee a/c coming from the ceiling and to give the chairs more support while making them easy to cleanbart invested in two 10-car trains one is already running on non-peak hours on the richmond to south fremont line. the second train is expected about a month reporting in oakland camila bernal kron 4 news (lawrence) take a look at this new video just into the kron four newsroom... it was hailing in santa rosa earlier today... lawrence karnow: we enjoyed a little of everything today. showers, sunshine and even reports of lightning were all part of todays weather. you
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can see a few showers on the doppler radar but they are more widely scattered. showers will diminish overnight. the big story to night will be the cold temperatures as the cold arctic air settles in. lows tonight will be in the 20s and 30s inland with 30s and 40s around the bay and coast. on the satellite you can see the clouds still swirling behind the cold front and moving into the bay area. high pressure should briefly build in to start the weekend but it looks like more rain after that. highs tomorrow will be cool with numbers in the low to mid 50s under mostly sunny skies. expect increasing clouds on sunday leading to chance of rain late in the day. showers will continue tuesday. of steady rain is possible on wednesday and thursday. (catherine) in national news... a preliminary investigative report on the october 1st mass shooting in las vegas still doesn't reveal a definite motive... but it does include new information, including how gunman stephen paddock planned the attack..
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the clark county sheriff says that the number of people injured by stephen paddock is much higher than thought. the overall injury number -- 851. that includes 422 people hit by gunfire....aside from the hundreds hurt in the escaping crush of people. last october the number of injured was listed at about 550. paddock killed himself after killing 58 people. the sheriff says no criminal charges are being considered against his girlfriend. but there 'is' another person under federal investigation - although no details are being released yet. we're also learning more about some of the disturbing things found on paddock's computer. police have
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released photos from the shooting scene - not seen by the public before today...they include the view from one of paddock's rooms at the mandalay bay... also - some of the many guns found scattered throughout the suite. photos also show some of the surveillance cameras paddock had rigged....so he couldmonitor the hallway outside his room. the sheriff today also affirmed the belief that there was only one shooter that day...and says investigators have gone over nearly 2- thousand leads. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) more people die from dui accidents in the united states than any country, but a proposedchange in the dui law could help reduce that number.
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(catherine) the legal limit for d-u-i could lower from point-zero-eight to point-oh-five blood alcohol content. a new government report is recommending several
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policy changes on alcohol and drunk driving. it says that since 19-82...about a third of all deadly traffic accidents were due to alcohol- impaired driving. critics argue this puts more of a burden on responsible drinkers rather than the higher blood alcohol content.... (steve) in sports -- the n-f-l concludes their investigation on whether the raiders violated the rooney rule in the hiring of jon gruden(catherine) also -- the giants introduce their new third baseman, evan longaria coming up - we'll hear from him for the first time as a giant our sports director, gary radnich has all the sports
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the giants introduce their new third baseman, evan
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longoria this morning the former tampa bay star was presented by president larry baer and general manager bobby evans. longoria comes to a team that lost 98 games last season. the gold glove third baseman adds durablilty to the giants lineup longoria has played in more than 150 in the last five season. the three-time all star, known to be the face of the rays for the last decade... says he's okay taking a back seat and help the giants get back to the playoffs
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staying in major league baseball the mets are inviting tim tebow back to traning camp this season. the former n-f-l quarterback spent last year in the mets' minor league system he was promoted to class-a ball in late june the former heisman trophy winner had eight home runs and 52 rbi's in 126 games. tebow is still working for espn as an analyst. no word from tebow if he's still interested in returning to the club this season
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the n-f-l confimrs the raiders complied with the rooney rule in the hiring of jon gruden. the fritz pollard alliance, an advocacy group that promotes diversity in nfl front offices and coaching staffs... strongly disagrees with the n-f-l's decision. last friday they asked the league to review wether the raiders reached an agreement with gruden before interviewing a minority candidate. after futher review by n-f-l... they say the raiders didn't break any rules oakland interviewed two minority coaches... tight ends coach bobby johnson and u- s-c offensive coordinator, tee martin... before the team officially hired gruden. the raiders will not face any fines. the big national story we are tracking tonight is tom brady's hand the patriots officially list the five-time super bowl champion as
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questionable for the a-f-c championship on sunday against jacksonville brady was limited during today's practice he didn't participate in any team drills after warm ups. according to a report -- brady suffered a cut to his right thumb during wednesday's practice. the cut was gushing blood and required stitches. brady spoke to the media today for the first time this week colin
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(( áá v.o. / steve áá )) a couple claims that official are forcing them to get rid of fourbeloved family members. the story of 4 little pigs when we come back.
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(steve) a city in michigan in michigan is telling a couple its pet pigs have got to go.(catherine) the couple is now arguing their case in court. kim russell has details. you are welcome to stay- but your livestock has to go. that is the message the city of ypsilanti is giving a couple living in a house with four potbelly pigs.now the couple is arguing their case in court, saying their pigs are much more than just livestock. "this is vinny. he is our second oldest,"he and his wife stephanie rowland say their four pigs are part of their family. they both are on disability and say the pigs ease their symptoms of anxiety or bipolar disorder. "what you have to have are doctors notes. i have between me and jeff, eleven doctors who say: they need this," nonetheless the city of ypsilanti sent them notice. the four 150 pound pigs are livestock and not allowed in city limits. the city's attorney says pigs
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do not qualify as service animals under the law, so there will be no exceptions to the ordinance. the pigs should live somewhere more suitable for livestock. "i am very worried for my wife," the rowlands say in their opinion the pigs do more than provide emotional support that the doctors notes describe. stephanie says when her blood sugar gets low, one of the pigs lets her know by putting his head between her legs. a judge yesterday heard arguments from this couple as they represented themselves in court and from the city. now both sides will submit briefs. the rowlands say they understand the controversy, because their pigs are unique. "the skepticism is healthy because it keeps people honest," . a judge could make a decision as soon as march. march.
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final look at the weather with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.
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who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine.
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