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charles clifford is live for us tonight in san francisco-- where he spoke with one of the organizers of tomorrows march. charles . . . well, there are nationwide marches planned for tomorrow and one of the largest in teh bay area could be here in san francisco sotfor me this is a public health issue and we are in crisis moment in this country. dr shoshana ungerleider is the lead organizer for saturday's march for our lives in san francisco. she says that in the wake of recent school shootings such as the one in parkland florida last month, it's time to take a hard look at gun control nationwide.sot the purpose of the rally and the march is to let everyone know that the time is now. we are interested in common sense legislation to reduce gun violence in our public places and in our schools.the march is scheduled to begin with a rally in front of san francisco city hall around 1pm. then at 215 the march will move down market street
and end along the embarcadero. shoshana says they don't know exactly how many people will show up, although tens of thousands of have shown interest online. she says the last week few weeks have been a blur of activity getting ready for saturday.sotworking very closely with parks and rec, the police department, the department of public health getting everything from porta potties, to water trucks, we are expecting a big crowd tomorrow.shoshana also says there are several notable speakers scheduled to appear at the rally, including senator diane feinstein, but the focus is on letting students lead the march.tsot the time is now for change. i have very high hopes that beyond march 24th that this movement with students leading the charge.back live now, if you happen to be coming to san francico keep in mind that market street will be closed during the march starting at 230. organizers are asking people to use public tranpsoration to get to the march. in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news.
(pam) another big story tonight... frightening moments for students at one east bay campus. police swarm a classroom looking for a student with a gun. this happened this afternoon ... while class was still in session at arroyo high school in san lorenzo... located close to interstate 8-80. the school was put on lockdown, as police investigated. kron-4's hermela aregawi joins us live tonight from the high school.. hermela you spoke with students in that lockdown.. what did they tell you? (hermela aregawi)it's really disturbing to hear the calculations these students had to make during this lockdown. one student told me.. he was thinking about what kind of gun the 15 year old had.. so that he could figure out if this was going to be a mass shooting. he says.. he grabbed a fire extinguisher and hid behind a door just waiting for someone to come in shooting. as you can imagine.. absolutely frightening moments for
students, teachers and parents here.fortunately, the lockdown was lifted around 4 oclock without anyone being hurt. police say.. around 2:30 they got a call about a student in a classroom with a gun. they secretely called the teacher in that room to let them know what was going on.. and they were able to get into the classroom and arrest the student without incident. they say.. they found a loaded gun near him.. and they believe he hid it there. i spoke to the sheriffs office and they tell me what they think this might be related to.sargeant ray kelly/alameda countywe don't know if this was meant to intimidate somebody. was he going to actually fire the weapon after school, was he targeting a particualr person? we know that he had a significant fight here related to the school off campus yesterday in which the student was stabbed. we are not sure if this was connected and this was maybe a retaliation for that event.(hermela aregawi) the 15 year old boy has been arrested. two others students who appear to know him were also detained. coming up at 10.. we'll hear from students and parents.. about the tense
moments.. and what police plan to do moving forward. reporting live in san lorenzo hermela aregawi kron 4 news. (mabrisa rodriguez)expect showers to continue across the north bay this evening and gradually spread southward as weak cold front moves through the region. latest model guidance has the cold front bisecting sf bay saturday morning and then moving farther south through the day. compared to recent storms this system will feature much less moisture and cold temperatures. snow levels will generally be above 3k feet then gradually drop behind the front on saturday. the cold air aloft from the north will help to destabilize the atmosphere on saturday afternoon with daytime heating. there will be a slight chance for thunderstorms across the north bay. another weak surface boundary will be quick on the heels of the cold front keeping lingering showers through early sunday. rainfall amounts from today
enforcement postponed towing the car, until they were sure it was safe to move it. (philippe) crushed during the collision... this tesla sedan barely recognizable... after slamming into the median on southbound highway 101 near the highway 85 flyover... . flipping in the air and then hit by two other cars on the landing . ofc. art montial/chp- "the entire vehicle caught on fire. so, it pretty much was fully engulfed." the california highway patrol says the driver of the tesla... a man in his early thirties... was pulled out of the car by witnesses. he was taken to stanford medical center where he later died. officer art montiel says the two other drivers involved were not seriously hurt. he says it's unclear why the tesla lost control... but that investigators are looking into it.ofc. art montiel/chp- "we have seen in the past as people are traveling southbound on 101, on the left lane, which is gonna be the one that's gonna be the flyover to state route 85 southbound and suddenly, they try to change lanes and go into the, uh, to try to stay on the 101 southbound." the c-h-p says because the battery of the electric tesla was exposed... officers chose to wait until tesla
engineers showed up and checked the car battery to determine if it was safe or not to move. the fear was that the car might explode. ofc. art montiel/chp- "all the other vehicles they have their batteries, you know, that's usually not an issue, uh, but because we don't know too much about tesla batteries, that's why we contacted tesla." initially, the c-h-p says the tesla engineers determined the battery was 70-percent charged and needed to be weakened before the car could be taken away. just after 2-15 in the afternoon... about five hours after the crash... the battery was deemed safe. in mountain view philippe djegal, kron four news. (pam) santa clara police are investigating a deadly accident-- after the driver of a car... crashed into an apartment building... it happened early this morning... between harrison and lafayette streets near el camino real... no other cars were involved.. you can see
the car crashed over a barrier at the mission inn. the road was closed for several hours, as police investigated the crash and removed the car. the driver died at the scene. (grant) the fbi today... giving an update on the investigation into the so called "security incident" at travis air force base in solano county. this is video showing the moments after a car burst into flames after breaching the security gate wednesday. the man behind the wheel has now been identified as hafiz kazi - who has been living in the u.s. since 1993 after immigrating from india. the f-b-i says he had five propane tanks, a gym bag, three phones, three gas cans, and several lighters in the car.(grant) this is a map of how close this is a map (grant) this is a map of how
close to the main gate it all happened. it's not clear how exactly the car caught fire. (pam) a man and woman were attacked and robbed .... while waiting at a bus stop with their children. it happened last night at the corner of linden and california avenues, in south san francisco. police say, three masked robbers came up to the family... one of them holding a knife. they demanded money from the father - who refused. he was punched in the face and knocked to the ground. the woman's jewelry was stolen - and the thieves took the man's wallet. tonight, police are still looking for the suspects . (grant) some sad news for students attending a redwood city elementary school. the superintendent is recommending closing the school because of decreasing enrollment. kron 4's dan kerman reports from redwood city where parents and other people are fighting to keep it open. over the last decade redwood
city's fair oaks community school has seen its enrollment plunge.sot jorge quintana/redw ood city school district spokesman 06-128 years ago the school had nearly 500 now it has 220and next year if 40 transfer requests are approved, the school would see its enrollment cut to just 146 studentssotthe low enrollment makes it very difficult for a school to operatenow in this letter to parents the superintendent has announced he's recommending fair oakes be closed at the end of the current school year and students be transferred to one of three other community schools, garfield, hoover, or taft.sot cecilia argumedo/pare nt 37-43i feel sad, i feel sad because i've lived in this area my whole life...sot arlene avila argumedo /1st grader 44-52how do you feel? sad because they're closing the school and this is the first school i came toparents and their kids are upset with the decision so is the school crossing guard who's been at it for 20 years.sot denise palmer/school crossing guard 100-110it's bittersweet its going to work because the kids i crossed, i am crossing their kids you meet a lot of new faces and a lot of people in the neighborhood and ive grown up here so it's going to be a heartbreak if they do it.sotwe know how difficult this is its difficult for the district as
wellthe district say keeping the school open would compromise giving the kids a quality educationsotthat would mean losing some teachers or staff members or services so to avoid that we are requesting parents transfer to larger schools to find the same services and perhaps even more.standup dan kerman/redwoo d city 142-151the ultimate decision likes with the school board. no date has been set yet for them to vote. in redwood city dan kerman kron 4 news. (grant) coming up on kron4 news at 9.... find out what's to blame after a huge tree falls onto a pair of cars below... (pam) plus ... a family from the u-s.. is found dead
in a condo in mexico... we'll hear from people who knew the family .. and what prompted them to call police... (grant) and a san jose police officer arrests a 14 year old boy... but the teen's family says they arrested the wrong person. tonight we hear from a witness who saw the whole thing happen... at&t has a network with thousands of best-in-class security experts. which means... more of the eye balls you want watching the network... & less of the ones you don't. more experts preventing security issues... & less security threats impacting our customers. more of a highly secure network with more security products available for further protection... & less per month. switch to at&t internet for business. more & less - that's the power of &. in the south bay, new
details on a story we brought to you last night.. on kron 4 news at 8, it is about the teenager... who san jose police arrested for assault, after he was in a fight with 3 adults.(grant) the boy's parents believe... police wrongly arrested him... because he was just defending himself. san jose police say, the teen punched an adult in the face. now, a witness is talking with kron 4s justine waldman.. about what he saw sot he came from behind and started choking the little kid dangeling him all crazy so i went over there and he said
the kid started things but im like that ain't the way to handle it he's a kid man guillermo rocha says he witnessed the adults attack 14 year old ernesto mirabal... at los paseos park on monday.san jose police only arrested the teenager and his parents recorded the aftermath. the video has gone viral.nats"it really appears he was the cause of everything. so if someone is expressing their first amendment rights, you are telling me that someone can punch him in the face? yes officer nods.the mirabal's and police agree .. a woman questioned the teenager while he walked to school, and he responded with foul language and refused to answer. guillermo says he stepped in when one of the men put the kid in a headlock.sot i am helping the kid he is crying and cursing at them and the guy comes back again the caucasian guy started choking him grab him and i am holding him and the youngster gave him too good ones in the face you knowpolice claim the teenager is the aggressor.cops arrested him for assault and battery.he spend 24 hours in county juvenile hall.his parents say ernesto, and has never been in trouble before. was wrongfully arresteddad sot i
felt like they were real bias toward the situation no one should hit a kid i don't care what he saysso i felt disgustged because i felt like if you are going to take one take them allthe family say the man who attacked their son is an off-duty police officer. san jose police told kron 4 news the officers followed proper protocol.the family says the teen tried to defend himself and thinks police are protecting their own.mom sot it was horrible i seen my son be arrested for something he didn't dothe family wants justice and is now considering legal action.in san jose justine waldman kron 4 news. (grant) a family from iowa...vacationing in mexico... was found dead today inside their condo. the bodies of the parents, 12-year-old son... and seven-year-old daughter were found during a welfare check by mexican authorities at (grant) (grant) a family from
iowa...vacationing in mexico... was found dead today inside their condo. the bodies of the parents, 12-year-old son... and seven-year-old daughter were found during a welfare check by mexican authorities at a vacation rental in tulum. a relative says the sharps were supposed to return from their vacation on wednesday. extended family members alerted local police in iowa...who made contact with the u-s state department... before mexican authorities checked on the family at the coastal caribbean condo, where they were found dead. (grant) police say autopsies are being done in mexico....and that there was no sign of any traumatic injury. (pam ) yesterday's storm is still causing some problems in the bay area... including a big tree that toppled ..
smashing a car in pleasant hill. around midnight last night, the tree fell onto this blue car... nobody was inside. the city came out to clean up some of the damage and clear the road way... but it is up to the homeowner to do the rest of the work. (grant) now to our four zone forecast... as we take this live look outside at the embarcadero... joining us joining us now is meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez.. (mabrisa rodriguez)expect showers to continue across the north bay this evening and gradually spread southward as weak cold front moves through the region. latest model guidance has the cold front bisecting sf bay saturday morning and then moving farther south through the day. compared to recent storms this system will feature much less moisture and cold temperatures. snow levels will generally be above 3k feet then gradually drop behind the front on saturday. the cold
air aloft from the north will help to destabilize the atmosphere on saturday afternoon with daytime heating. there will be a slight chance for thunderstorms across the north bay. another weak surface boundary will be quick on the heels of the cold front keeping lingering showers through early sunday. rainfall amounts from today through sunday will be generally be 0.25-0.5" north bay (locally higher in the mtns), 0.10-0.25" elsewhere, except
marin. he was responding to a call...and had been on the force for two- years.at his memorial today he was remembered as a natural. bagpipe nat "my name is dan falzon. i am the father of ryan's beloved stefanie falzon, my oldest daughter. our hearts are broken and we grieve with all of you. ryan was perfect for law ennfrocement, he cared deeply for people. he had empathy and humor. and he loved getting the bad guy."(music for 30)
(grant) 4 your money tonight... just hours after congress signed off on a massive spending bill to avert a third government shutdown in three months -- came a surprise from president trump. (pam) karin caifa has details on the spending drama ... that caught many in washington off-guard. this time, the shutdown drama on capitol hill -- was outdone at the white house.president trump signed a one-point-three trillion dollar spending bill to keep the government funded past midnight -- and until september 30th, but -- said,
he was only doing it for national security -- and he didn't like it.president donald trump: there are a lot of things i'm unhappy about in this bill. there are a lot of things we shouldn't have had in this bill but we were in a sense forced. if we want to build our military, we were forced to have. the signing capped hours of drama -- which started not long after the senate cleared the bill in the early hours of friday morning. but then -- president trump tweeted --i am considering a veto of the omnibus spending bill based on the fact that the 800,000 plus daca recipients have been totally abandoned by the democrats (not even mentioned in bill) and the border wall, which is desperately needed for our national defense, is not fully funded.on thursday, white house budget director mick mulvaney said the president would sign the bill. a white house statement even touted it as a win for the american people.but sources say the president was irritated about democrats -- citing wins for their priorities.that includes amtrak funding that could go toward the gateway infrastructure project in and around new york city -- a priority of senate democratic
leader chuck schumer.friday afternoon trump got a boost from fiscal conservatives like senators rand paul of kentucky, and bob corker of tennessee -- who tweeted of the veto threat --i am just down the street and will bring you a pen. the spending levels without any offsets are grotesque, throwing all of our children under the bus. totally irresponsible.this is likely the last major piece of legislation the two parties will move to house before the midterm elections, in november -- hence the high stakes for everyone on capitol hill -- and for the president. in washington, i'm karin caifa. (pam) ahead on kron4 news at nine... find out why nearly a half-million smoke detectors are being recalled.. and see if yours is affected... (grant) plus... after all that rain...a man is rescued from an overturned s-u-v in rising flood waters. and it was all caught on camera... we hear from wtinesses...at 9:45. (pam) and protests continue in sacramento over the deadly shooting of an unarmed black man... hear what demonstrators are demanding tonight...
more protests today in sacramento..over sunday's deadly police shooting of stephon clark.the 22 year-old father of two was holding his cell phone in his grandmother's backyard when he was killed.((2shot bam vo/grant))the story has gained national attention..after police released body camera footage of the shooting.((pam)) demonstrators marched through downtown sacramento for a tense second day. the protest remained mostly peaceful throughout the
afternoon, though there were occasional tense moments between protesters and law enforcement. about 200 protesters confronted drivers in traffic... one person breaking the rear window of one car, as it made its way through the crowd. the protestors are demanding justice for clark. rightful conviction. convict them like they would do me if i were to shoot someone in a backyard. just because they are police. at some point you have to decide what is right and what is wrong. the sacramento police department has not released the names of the officers who shot clark. ktxl6:30 p.m. justice for stephon clark - live vosot ((grant))sacramento police initially responded to reports of an unidentified man breaking car windows.deputies in a sacramento county sheriff's department helicopter said they spotted the suspect and reported that he had picked up a toolbar and broken a window in a residence. two officers on the ground...
ordered the suspect to stop and show his hands, but he ran into a backyard of his grandparent's home. police say he turned and advanced toward the officers while holding an object in front of him.that's when they opened fire...killing him.a pastor speaking on behalf of the clark family says they are paying close attentions to the demonstrations.'it gives them a sense of his death will mean something.''all the support needs to happen, should happen. but at the end of the day, the grandmaús going to have to go back to that backyard and see where her grandmother was murdered.' the clark family has hired lawyer benjamin crump.he is best known for representing the families of trayvon martin and michael brown.former sacramento kings star demarcus cousins says he will pay for clark's funeral. (pam) illinois police have released body cam footage ....
of an incident in which an officer killed a 34-year-old african- american woman earlier this month. it shows police stopping decynthia clements.. in the early morning hours of march 12th .. and shooting her. meghan dwyer has the video. áánatsááthese are the final moments of 34-year-old decynthia clements' life.elgin police say they pulled her over on march 12th but she refused to get out of her car during a traffic stop. when she finally did, she was shot and killed.illinois state police are now reviewing whether lt. christian jensen used unnecessary deadly force. the footage from the body camera shows moments before before, during and after jensen pulled the trigger.on the video, jensen can be heard saying, "yes, i'm good. i mean, i'm not happy. it absolutely sucks. but i don't know what else. i was stuck. you know she was burning in the car. now we got to move. at the end of the day, unfortunately, you know it just is what it is."the department says it takes citizen complaints very seriously and encourages anyone who feels as if he or she has been treated unfairly to contact police. since some of these complaints were filed, the department said,
officers have focused on being more sensitive about how they interact with the public. officers have had more training and are committed to gaining public trust, officials said. (pam) that was meghan dwyer reporting. clements' family says, she had mental and substance abuse issues, and authorities should have called a medical intervention team. the officer who shot clements... is on paid administrative leave. (grant) flu season is winding down ... but the latest report from the c-d-c
says... the b-strain of the flu is being reported more frequently than the a-strain that had been dominant recently. during the week ending last weekend, nearly 58- percent of all confirmed cases of the flu were caused by the b-strain. the c-d-c says the b-strain tends to be more severe for younger children. experts say it's possible for those who've already been sick with the flu to get sick again... with a different strain.... so they recommending everyone who is unvaccinated get a flu shot while strains are still circulating. (pam) nearly half -a -million smoke detectors are being recalled tonight. this is a photograph of the defective smoke detector from the company's website. the company kidde (kih'-duh) issued a recall for models p-i- 20-10 and p-i-90-10 because of a manufacturer defect that can prevent them from detecting smoke. the recalled models were sold between september 20-16
through january of this year. model numbers can be found on the back of the units. you can contact kidde (kih'-duh) for a free replacement... we have their information on our website -- kron4-dot-com. (grant) giants are gearing up for their historic 60th anniversary season in san francisco....(pam) kron4's maureen kelly got a preview of the kinds of changes fans will see ... when they walk through the gates ... for the 19th home opener in a-t-&-t park history.(pkg) the giants organization showed off some of the fun merchindise that they'll be giving away during special promotional games...like a baseball hat with barry bond's number which they'll retire on august 11th...as well as bobble heads celebrating current and former giants greats....this year's slogan...."it doesn't get more sf"....all of these things recognizing the team's 6oth anniversary of the team's arrival in the city.the giants it just feels it is part of life here in san francisco and we don't take that for granted
and we been drawing 3 million fans here ever cents every year this is our 19 season i think you got a step back we really want to appreciate the fans and appreciate the players of come through and it's sort of a mutual admiration societythere's a bunch of new food options as the company that has been feeding club level and suite patrons is taking over the rest of the park....new offerings include poke...and this gluten free califlower chive pizza..it's absolutely delicious and really healthy he's not lying i ate way too many of these.the new company says they focusing on sourcing their ingredients from local growers and ranchers.one concession stand is selling salad with greens grown right here in the ballpark in these towers that's not just local that's hyper localand for a guiltier pleasure....check out the juicy lucy burger...named after mascot lou seal ...stuffed with cheese. (maureen) but for you purests out there don't worry you'll still be able to buy a hotdog at the ball park and the garlic fries are going anywhere maureen kelly kron4 news
right now -- the stanford the stanford women the last team from the bay area in the big dance the cardinal playing in their eleven straight sweet 16 game -- tara vanderveer and stanford taking on top-seed louisville for a ticket to the elite 8 -- louisville got rolling early myisha hines-allen hit the jumper scores 11 in the first half cardinal down 11 at halftime -- story of the game for stanford they weren't unable to make shots missed 8 striaght shot attempts 5 for 16 from three... 43 percent from the floor --louisville blows out stanford... 86-89 they will play oregon state in the
elite 8 bad news for the san francisco giants-- madison bumgarner fractures a bone on his pitching hand in his final spring season game. in the third inning against in the third inning against the kansas city royals a line drive hit mad bum's hand manager, bruce bochy pulled him out of the game immediately. the giants has not provided an official prognosis on bumgarner's injury according to a source -- mad bum will be sidelined six to eight weeks last season he missed nearly three months after injuring his left shoulder in a dirt bike accident he was expected to make his fifth straight start against the dodgers on thursday. to make matters worst -- the giants lose another starter revealed that will miss up to a month with a pectoral strain frst bumgarner...tonight curry...back next hour with pam and steve unless one of them get hurt.
coming upsan francisco needs a place safe for pullover of drivers.. no place for pick-up or drop off funny part is i'm not in san francisco, but i am near the airport behaving badly where i think i found the apex of scofflaw i'll the apex of scofflaw i'll explain in the next i no wondering, "what if?" uncertainties of hep c. i let go of all those feelings. because i am cured with harvoni. harvoni is a revolutionary treatment for the most common type of chronic hepatitis c. it's been prescribed to more than a quarter million people. and is proven to cure up to 99% of patients who've have had no prior treatment with 12 weeks. certain patients can be cured with just 8 weeks of harvoni. before starting harvoni, your doctor will test to see if you've ever had hepatitis b,
which may flare up and cause serious liver problems during and after harvoni treatment. tell your doctor if you've ever had hepatitis b, a liver transplant, other liver or kidney problems, hiv or any other medical conditions and about all the medicines you take including herbal supplements. taking amiodarone with harvoni can cause a serious slowing of your heart rate. common side effects of harvoni include tiredness, headache and weakness. ready to let go of hep c? ask your hep c specialist about harvoni. (grant) it can be wildly
sometimes, it's hard to figure out where to start so let just start here i paused the video so you can get the full picture ambiancethis suv is on the wrong side of the road because the driver ignored this no u-turn sign lets continue the video because just a few seconds later the first driver is followed by another driver doing the same exact thingexcept this driver is sporting an uber trade dress . welcome to the belly of the beast for ride hail scofflaws it's the staging lot for all the ride hails waiting to pick up passengers from san francisco international airport at this intersection drivers ignoring the no u-turn is pretty common ambiancehowever if you go just one block behaving badly the bad behavior is at a whole new level i hope i don't get a
ticket yes this guy made an illegal u-turn and had a bit of time completing the turn so there he sits just so he can get in line to enter the staging area which by the way is closed because it's full i wasn't supposed to do it no and no stopping either ohhhh siren this driver made the same illegal u-turn except he for got the first rule of illegal maneuvers check your rearview mirror you know why i stopped you (yea because i made the turn) did you see me behind you ( i didn't see you) the illegal u-turns is a huge problem here and nearby are sick and tired sometimes when go over here right idiots make a u-turn from the right lane almost hit that guy (yeah i saw that a few times crazy) the last time i was in court it was 238 dollars this driver was from sacramento but i'm hearing that some ride hail drivers drove all the way from chicago just to work in the bay area san francisco needs a place safe for pullover of drivers.. no place for pick-up or drop off there a lot of white zones you can use those well it's going to be an uphill battle in san bruno stanley roberts kron 4 news
(pam) a southern california man is lucky to be alive after his vehicle was turned on its side by flood waters. it was all thanks to quick thinking from a passerby -- whose heroic rescue was caught on video. you can see this s-u-v got swept downstream by rising flood waters and flipped over -- trapping the driver inside. a family was leaving a job nearby, when they watched this all happen in front of them. krystina reyes handed her uncle a rock, and he told the driver to move away before he smashed the window. he was able to kick out the glass before trying to pull the driver out. they knew they did not have time to waste.krystina reyes/witness: "we were even scared that something else was going to come down and take it, take him, take my uncle, take the straps, take everything." margarito
martinez can be seen emerging from the s-u-v and the two men make it safely back on land. martinez said, he thought he was going to die as his car filled with water. he believes god used krystina's family to save his life. martinez works at a ranch nearby.. and said his boss has offered to replace his vehicle. (mabrisa rodriguez)expect showers to continue across the north bay this evening and gradually spread southward as weak cold front moves through the region. latest model guidance has the cold front bisecting sf bay saturday morning and then moving farther south through the day. compared to recent storms this system will feature much less moisture and cold temperatures. snow levels will generally be above 3k feet then gradually drop behind the front on saturday. the cold air aloft from the north will help to destabilize the atmosphere on saturday
afternoon with daytime heating. there will be a slight chance for thunderstorms across the north bay. another weak surface boundary will be quick on the heels of the cold front keeping lingering showers through early sunday. rainfall amounts from today through sunday will be generally be 0.25-0.5" north bay (locally higher in the mtns), 0.10-0.25" elsewhere, except
(grant) that was sara sidery (sy- duh-ree) reporting. by the way, this isn't the first time officer emerich went beyond the call of duty. (pam) he has been recognized for giving his shoes to a homeless woman -- and buying a bike for a girl in the neighborhood. (pam) today is national puppy day... and many people across the u-s celebrated many different ways to show love to your special pup... some bought a new toy... treats, and even a clothes... and we've been flooded with emails with pictures of our viewers pets... here are just some of them...(grant) and there is still time if you want to see your puppy during our newscast... send your pictures to us send your
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chase. make more of what's yours. (pam) many americans will see mister rogers when they check their mail.(grant) the u-s postal service unveiled a new stamp with the picture of the popular t-v host. the so-called "forever" stamp marks the 50-th anniversary since his t-v show - "mr. rogers' neighborhood." its first episode aired in 19-68 and the beloved children's show aired until 2001. the dedication ceremony was held in the pittsburgh t-v studio where the show was produced. the stamp shows host fred rogers in his trademark red cardigan, with the puppet "king friday the 13-th", another star of the show. rogers passed away in 2003.
((grant))that wraps up kron 4 news at nine.((pam))but our primetime coverage continues. steve aveson is here with kron 4 news at ten... steve? ((steve))thank you pam and grant...next at ten...thousands hit the streets across the country and here in the bay areademanding safer schools and more gun control.we speak with the organizers of the march for our lives event here in san francisco.that's next in a live report.plus....an east bay student is behind bars tonight..after police say he brought a loaded gun to school.hear from frightened students who feared there would be a mass shooting on campus.((steve))plus...the weekend is herekeep that umbrella handy...the showers
(pam) hundreds of thousands of students are flooding to the nations capitol for the "march for our lives" rally. they are calling for stricter gun control. thank you for joining us... im pam moore. (steve) and im steve aveson. all over the country, kids walked out of country, kids walked out of class to show their support... ahead of the big event. students remained outside for 17 - minutes - one minute for each of the parkland, florida victims. kron 4's charles clifford is live for us tonight in san francisco-- where he spoke with one of the organizers of tomorrows march. charles... sotfor me this is a public health issue and we are in crisis moment in this country. dr shoshana ungerleider is the lead organizer for saturday's march for our lives in san francisco. she says that in the wake of recent school shootings such as the one in parkland florida last month, it's time