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will take you inside the courtroom for today the emotional hearing. [music] >>pam: this is the dramatic surveillance video from last night showing the shooting of seven people including a child. the video shows one of the victims falling to the ground, people running and shooting. police say more than 50 shots were fired. grant lodes is there on the scene. >>reporter: let us take a close look this is so dramatic in chile. it is like something you see out of a moving. keep your eye on these three people, these three guys allegedly the group of people that shot a huge group, you can see two of them running off and this guy he sort of sticks around and continues to fire shots. i want to show and other angle, see the people near the white truck that is as they move in and fired a shot in the crowd that they're shooting at right
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there you can see them standing around and then when the shots started they disbursed. you see a couple people return fire. i have slowed the video down. those are the three people, and there is the group that got shot at allegedly. and that i rose under the vehicle for protection. a couple shots are returned as people on the ground return fire. you can see the shots right there. this is just an unbelievable scene. you really get a sense of how chaotic it was. once the shooting starts it went on and on. dozens of shots fired. police set is 50 bullet shell casings were found on the ground. >>pam: let's go live to open dan kerman is standing by live at the hospital where the youngest victim is recovering tonight. >>reporter: good evening, friends of hiram lawrence
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have been coming in and out of the hospital all day long. he is the youngest victim he had a gunshot wound to the head. we are told that he is in a coma at this point. two other people are also in critical condition. this went down while filming a rap video and this parking lot. >> we are following up on leads and have identified persons of interest. >>reporter: oakland police chief howard jordan says his investigators made some progress in trying to track down those responsible for this recent filing shooting. it wounded seven people and three critically including a one-year-old child. you can see bullet holes here as well as the remains of blood on the ground. oakland police say it appears that a music video was being recorded at this location
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when the shooting occurred. >> the incident is still being investigated. >> they are not as cooperative as we would like to be. >>reporter: the lead investigator handling this case says it will be a lot easier if the people at the scene will work with the oakland police. >> we want to get some cooperation coming from not just the victims at the scene but the witnesses. >>reporter: this video appears to show the men hoodies firing guns, chief jordan says this is a limited piece of evidence because it does not reveal the identity of the shooters. >> even with this video we still need eyewitnesses to come forth and provide us some information. >>reporter: we are back live at children's hospital in oakland where the one- year-old child, the youngest victim is recovering. a little earlier today maureen kelly spoke with his father. >> here's a picture of the baby that was injured in this attack. hiram lawrence
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is just one month shy of his second birthday. it is believe that this surveillance video taken about an hour before the incident shows the father holding the young boy. those are his legs dangling, the father confirms that the young boy was in his arms when the baby was shot. the fathers injuries are minor, but he has been here all day being supported by family and friends crying as he hugged well-wishers. i spoke with the data was too distraught to appear on camera he asked everyone to keep his son in hit their prayers he said the boy is all he has. >>reporter: earlier today police were joined by the mayor and pastures from the community. they said the police in america have their jobs to do but the community must also take responsibility and step forward and help to find a shooters in this case.
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>> we as a community, we have to say enough is enough. i am tired of preaching eulogies for young men and young women at our church figured i want to preach marriages, i want to preach a baby dedications. we have to do something to say enough is enough. if you have seen something, then say something. >>reporter: 7 people were shot including a one-year- old child, he is in critical condition at children's hospital. we will bring you more of this developing story as we did. reporting live at children's hospital in oakland i am dan kerman with kron4 news. >>pam: the oakland police department has set up a special investigation tip line for this case. you can find a link on our web site at kron4.com. we have new details and i, police are
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releasing new information in a violent black friday robbery in san leandro. the victim chris marlowe was shot in the neck after being approached by a group of men. he went home from the hospital today. meanwhile, san leandro police released watson's picture today they said that he was the shooter and is still on the loose. his pictures on the right, his alleged accomplice tony phillips was arrested on friday his pictures on the left he appeared before a judge today. j.r. stone joins us live as the police continue their investigation. >>reporter: we are learning that the victims had gone inside of wal-mart looking for a video game but it was sold out so they can outside empty handed and were in the parking lot smoky a cigarette and that is when the shooting happened. it happened a matter of feet from where i am standing near that stop sign the suspect walked up there with a fight and when they tried to rob them of jewelry and money, i do want to go to the video because this is
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new surveillance video it is hard to see. i can as soon into much because it gives a grainy, look look at the white circle, you can see a fight in the man goes down. do not stay on the shooting victim because immediately after that the suspects vehicle leaves. all the people in a row when you see are some of the people holding down the suspect. that is the man that was in court today the issue is believed to be in the getaway car and he is still out there and the police your help in finding him. >> we want to make sure that the community knows that we are considering him armed and dangerous. if someone does see him, please notify your local authorities, call 911 because he is considered armed and dangerous. >>reporter: out here live you're looking at the area where this man was shot. the guy that they're looking for, the shooter, they believe that they know
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datwan what sun is 29 years old and they believe he is from oakland. i asked if this case had any gang ties and police said it does not appear to. >>pam: p genie are trimming trees that may threaten power lines as the company prepares for what could be winds as high as 60 mph. they are stepping up tree trimming programs as the storm approaches. >> we are expecting winds to blow through strongly and that could take down limbs and they could fall into our lines. we want to make sure to prevent that from happening. >>pam: is the power goes out in your neighborhood your last reported to pg&e. i am here with jacqueline to talk about the wind gusts. >>jacqueline: 8 could be a strong is 60 and 70 mph. so,
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they could still cause problems. the sustained winds will not be that long up to 40 m.p.h. in the highest elevation that is still very strong. we will take a look it when this will start come overnight we will see not very gusty conditions. but small not too bad we will actually still seeps fog because the wind had not picked up yet. but into the late morning hours you will see when gusts of 40 mi. per hour in fairfield and then through the west of the bay area-- through the rest of the bay area. by noon the wind gusts will be 37 in fairfield and 32 in san francisco. the wind gusts of 32 in san jose as well. it will only continue to get stronger from there. we already have a wind advisory in effect for the entire bay area. that is the glue that you see on your screen, the
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purple is a high wind warning for the high elevations. we will talk more about the advisory's coming up and will take a look at the fault that we will see tomorrow morning as well. pam >> this just in a suspicious package at the main post office in san jose with a huge complex, we will show you this on a global birth. bomb squad officers have been called in there on the scene we are hearing that a package has been detonated. again, this is it just off lunday. the role has been closed.--the road has been closed. a call came in over the lunch hour on this. witnesses say that someone wearing a mask drop off a package and then ran away. officers had to go to all the packages and figure
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out which one was his. they think they have found it. again the blood and package that they could not see through so they think they have handled this. paramedics and fire crews have been on the scene. it's expected that they will wrap things up soon in traffic will get back to normal. >>pam: coming up dr. conrad murray was sentenced for the death of michael jackson. when the to the punishment handed down by the judge today in reaction from the jackson family and legal analysis vehicle--and legal analysis. >>pam: herman cain is reassessing his run for the white house. we look at the new accusations against him and how he is responding. ♪
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maximum sentence of four years for the death of michael jackson. tonight is not clear how much time you will serve the prosecutors are pledging that they will try to make sure that he does the full time and they want him to do it in state prison. right now he is at the l.a. county jail. this is booking photograph that was taken after he left the courtroom. the judge called him a dangerous man and he and no hesitation in giving dr. murray the maximum punishment. >> dr. murray created a set of circumstances and became involved in a cycle horrible medicine. >>pam: the defendant showed no affection while the judge said he deserved no mercy. >> dr. murray neglected his patient repeatedly lied. he violated the trust of the medical community and he has absolutely no sense of fault and is and remains dangerous.
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>> he was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in michael jackson's death more than two years ago. he admitted giving the singer the powerful anesthetic propofol. >> the descent was playing russian roulette with michael jackson's >>reporter: life every single nightreporter michael jackson's family had a spokesperson read their statements in court. >> the bible reminds us that men cannot do justice, they can only seek justice and that is all we can ask for here. >>reporter: the judge said probation without the question. >> you cannot have probation if there is not an acknowledgement of rehabilitation and responsibility and dr. murray does not have any of it. >>reporter: non-violent offenders like dr. murray can do their time in county jails and be released after serving less than half their term. the l.a. district attorney says that he will go to court if necessary to make sure that does not
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happen. leaving court today michael jackson's brother jermaine said however much time dr. murray spent behind bars is should be longer. >> it should of been one heard the years it is not enough. >>catherine: the judge set a date in january for the prosecutor's request for restitution for the jackson family. they're asking for more than $100 million although it is not likely to contain much of anything he was deeply in debt when he started working for michael jackson and the singer died before dr. murray could collect his salary of $150,000 per month. >>pam: joining us now is our legal analyst michael cardozo. dr. murray did not testify during the trial, should he have testified during the sentencing? >> no he should not have, to my mind, the judge had made his mind about what he would do with dr. murray. i know because i talk with people on the defense team. they're hoping that the
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maximum he would give was three years that the midterm for this. i thought you know forget dr. murray appeared he starts talking he would tell the judge i did not kill him, i am not sorry for this because i did nothing. the defense team thought if he gets up and says that to this judge in for some strange reason if the judge is thinking about three years that will push him right into four years. so it would not let him get up at the sentencing, they did the right thing. >>pam: were you surprised by the harsh comments by the judge? >> i know a lot about this judge from talking with my friends down in l.a. and know i was not. now i know at some point he has to put on the record why he is giving him the aggravated term because the four years is the most that he can give him and under our laws in mandates the judge put on the record why are you doing this and he did more than just put it on the record, he really as i said he
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really gave the exploration in his comments. >>pam: so what is the reality of his term? >> he is going to serve two years. you know this is l.a., so we heard about all the starts and shoved out the back door at the l.a. county jail. that is what the prosecutors were talking about. the judge said i would like to plead in state prison the laws in california mandate that i cannot because we of overcrowded our prisons. we have put too many people that do not belong in prison there. i think he will go into the county in they will put him out the back door and put him on house arrest and that is when the d.a. will go to court and screamed bloody murder about that. pam >> is an appeal still like the? >> it is likely but it will not be successful. >>pam: thank you so much. >>jacqueline: visibility is remaining affected by fog .
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we will see clear skies for most of tomorrow. now look that the 8:00 hour, 40 mi. per hour wind gusts in fairfield picking up to the west of the bay area by 10:00 a.m.. and then the winner will get even stronger by noon will have 32 hour per hour wind gusts in san francisco. we will see gusty winds all through tomorrow afternoon in to thursday and that is the reason why we already have wind advisories and high wind warnings in effect. the light blue on your screen is
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the wind advisory. now this is for tomorrow morning always through thursday afternoon. the wind will be sustained at 20 to 45 mph. when the dust at 50 mi. per hour to 75 mph. remember a wind gust is about one and two seconds when the wind will sustain for a little bit longer. you saw earlier in the show that pg&e is prepping for this because there is some possibility of downed trees and power lines. here is a look at your extended forecast. we will see sunny skies wednesday and thursday, we will have very windy conditions both days. calmer conditions are set for the weekend. stay with us, we will be back after this.
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>>pam: last night 74 wounded including a taller. we are at children's hospital in oakland latest on the young victim's condition. >>reporter: good evening pam, we're continuing to monitor the situation of hiram lawrence he is just one years old and he is one of the seven people that was shot last night. we are told that he is in a coma and the condition information has not changed this afternoon. if it does will bring
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further details. coming up tonight at 6:00 p.m. we will have a full report on the investigation as the police try find the shooters. reporting live at children's hospital in oakland i am dan kerman with kron4 news. >>pam: a vallejo police officer shot and killed in a line of duty will be laid to rest tomorrow at vallejo i school today the man accused of shooting officer capoot pleaded not guilty. they say he shot him after a bank robbery in a high-speed chase earlier this month. smith is charged with murder and for special circumstances. governor jerry brown is expected to attend a memorial service and a man accused of killing eight people at a southern california salon pleaded not guilty today. he faces eight counts of murder and one count of attempted murder. on october 12th prosecutor said he killed his ex-wife and seven other people at the seal beach salon, the
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suspects and his ex-wife were in a custody dispute. prosecutors plan of seeking the death penalty. >>pam: new details about the occupy scuffle. this all happen overnight on campus this is video from the scene. students stood arm and arm in protest against the higher you see to which and. that is when they see the police started swinging at them with batons. 38 students were arrested in a group representing the students say that the police attack was unwarranted and politically motivated. once again some dismal news is coming out about the home market this time a new report reveals the san francisco is taking a hit. a nationwide index shows that home prices are down 1.5% from august of 2011 and this despite some small gains over the spring and summer months. since september of 2010 prices this city are down overall 5.9% teresa
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estacio reports that real- estate experts say the following. >> here through out the backyard opens up. >>reporter: built in the 1920's this two-bedroom one back home in this quaint neighborhood is on the market for $599,000. this real-estate agent claims that years ago this home with on for a lot more. >> this would be in the low 800,000. >>reporter: the home is not perfect in need some tlc especially here in the kitchen. >> the kitchen needs to be upgraded but at least you have the tile, the bill in dishwasher and some cabinet space. >>reporter: he explains what you're getting by buying this property is opportunity. >> you can update the cosmetics but you're getting into an area that is very
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difficult to get to--that was very difficult to get into for many years. >>catherine: decision 2012 and herman cain, he is sounding very unsure about whether he will continue his campaign. the republican candidate for president is it not urging that the latest allegation involving the 13 year extramarital affair is causing a fire storm. herman cain told his aides on tuesday that he is reassessing his campaign talking about his plans in a meeting and conference call. that announcement comes after this georgia woman named ginger white says that she has a 13 year affair with herman cain. he says that he knows her but he flat out denies a sexual affair. in a cnn interview on monday he least left the door open to the possibility of shutting down the campaign for the sake of his family. >> i expected this kind of stuff when i decided to run for the president of the
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united states of america but the thing that i am worried about is the impact that will have on my wife and my family because they should not be subjected to false accusations that cannot be proved. >>catherine: why is she talking now? she says she feels that he demonized several women who claim he sexually harassed them. and she thought it looked like the story was more to come out anyway. >> there were threats of people coming out with their version and not that any version is really pretty, but i thought that it was important to it least come out with my story. >>catherine: herman cain has told advisers that he is worried that this story will cast much of a cloud for his candidacy to go forward. whites insist their affair was on going until about eight months ago. >> i could not a imagine anyone coming out and lying about this. who would want
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this is really has not been fun. >>catherine: now apparently is all about public reaction whether people will continue to donate for herman's pains campaign. he told the aids that he was waiting to see how his supporters will react to this. now there was a private meeting with u.s. ambassador and the general and commander of american forces. roughly 13,000 troops remain in the country and they should be gone in about one month. president obama is denouncing iran's government for allowing students to storm them today. this is the scenes to this what throwing small --studeg stones at the building they took down the iranian flag
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and replace it with a different. britain's prime minister tonight is promising serious consequences. [music] >>jacqueline: it was really foggy out there today. here is a look from pacifica, you can see the fog hovering over those homes. this was a very common picture through the entire bay area into the south bay where we saw lingering fog in to san jose and into this afternoon. we already see visibility reduce. as a matter of fact we have not recovered in the south bay. we still see haiti's and missed and visibility is under a mouse in half moon bay. the fog will hit us once again. is the reason why the to the state's local out there in the low 50s, down in hayward, fremont and san jose. right now we're getting back into the '40's in hayward and fremont. we have 47 in concord, 51 in san francisco and will see this fall want to get overnight into the wind kicks in. right now the wind
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is fairly, it is calm in oakland, napa, fairfield and san jose. >>jacqueline: thursday evening al have details on your wind advisory and show you how strong the wind will be >>kimberlee: check out this video that just surfaced this was from an incident last week in houston a man fired off an assault rifle near the occupy protesters. the 21 year-old began to fight off the rounds he is in a downtown park pacing back and forth. when the police arrive the man refused to drop the rifle he was taken down by the police and rushed to a nearby hospital. afterwards he underwent a surgery.
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thankfully no other bystanders were hurt the man has been charged with aggravated assault against a public servant. now take the next video a semi truck burst into flames after to trucks crashed in utah. the fiery took was hollings crew oil at the time it forced both directions of the highway to be shut down while the hazmat team check out the situation no reports were--no reports of any injuries there. now this happened this morning in phoenix arizona officials believe the car drove under the semi but they're not sure why. you concede that crushed the car but the driver was able to escape with no serious injuries. and look the holiday season is in full swing in the nation's capital. this tree made its way from california is national forest to capitol hill. workers spent part of the day securing this massive tree into the ground about 3000 handcrafted ornaments will lace to treat for this year's theme which is california shines. we will
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be back after this quick break.
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>>catherine: we are back with broad black to talk about the gains and losses. >> and when we go shopping, we go on vacation and travel during the holidays that helps the market. there was a little economic data that show things were getting a lot worse but we're still worried about your. by the end of the day the game started to fade a little bit. nasdaq was lower because apple got in a little bit of a hit today. people started to figure out that they will not be in to sell enough computers this quarter due to the flood in thailand.
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>>catherine: this sounds like it is very temporary for apple. now a loser if home prices. this is happening in a lot of cities home prices are dropping. >> yes you saw the home prices fall on a month to month and year to year basis the date is pretty miserable all things considered. some of the data that i saw obviously washington d.c. is still hiring in large part due to politics bring in jobs but portland in n.y. also showed a little bit of gains. new york is down 2 1/2%, phoenix is down 6.4%. again, phoenix, detroit and los vegas markets that were hit the hardest there are still hitting all-time lows. and this will depend on the market with foreclosures vs. non foreclosures. but housing is not getting better and it will probably be mid 2012 before we can feel very comfortable saying that it is getting better we are not there yet.
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>>catherine: a another loser is american airlines. >> yes bankruptcy. of the legacy carriers are going into bankruptcy they needed to as well. this is bad news for some of the shareholders. it is bad news for some of the pensions, it is bad news for some employees but uni, we on the ticket will be fine. >>catherine: they say fliers may not notice it. >> exactly was pretty well known and will document you saw a lot of pilots retiring in the last few months knowing that this was on the way. catherine and another loser the gm volt battery. >> this is not really a loser yet. in some trials, in a laboratory test of battery caught on fire and that is not a good thing. as a consumer you want to meet wait until the second of third-generation to get all the bugs out of this is a
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concept carpet and you know gm is an american company we do not want a press release fiasco we do not want them to think that these are death mobiles or anything like that. so gm is saying that if you own a volt we will give you a rental. >>catherine: so they're going out of their way to accommodate those with this problem. thank you, we will see you tomorrow. >>jacqueline: the fog is selling into some areas. those areas will last until about 8:00 in the morning and that is when the wind will start to pick up. it will clear out the fall but the wind will stick with us to the noon hour, to 3:00 p.m. and all the way through tomorrow. temperatures will be in the '60s out there but it will feel a little cooler with the wind picking up. here's a look your fog tracker for tomorrow morning.
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>>jacqueline: we will see when a gust about 40 mi. per hour that is down the valley. we have down trees and power lines. here is a look your extended forecast. the fog for tomorrow morning is unclear out by the wind into the late morning hours. we will have sunny skies and temperatures may be a little cooler than the 60 that the tomorrow but it will certainly be nice into the weekend stay with us, we will be back after this. yep, we got you the new at&t u-verse wireless receiver so you can put your tv pretty much anywhere you want. and that stand... anywhere? like, we can put it over there? and that coffee... or we could t it on the patio for watching the game with the guys. or in the kitchen? but, these curtains are... i can't believe you moved the tv.
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pam >> we are going to speak with the toddlers family was shot and you a close look at surveillance video that could help break the case. and black friday shooting a man her for a suspected gunman the police say he is a part of a group that shot and robbed a man on black
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cooperative as we would like them to be. the lead investigator says try to determine a motive and identify suspect would be a lot easier if the people that were at the scene will work with the police. cooperation from not as the victims but the witnesses at the scene. this video appears to show three men hoodies firing guns, the chief says this is a limited piece of evidence because it does not reveal the identity of the shooters.
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>>reporter: at this news conference earlier today the chief was joined by the mayor as will the city council members of the clergy that were calling on the community to do their part in step 4. council member nancy nadell specifically said this culture has to change. >> what is upsetting most about the tragedy is the terrible this respect for human life and the twisted and perverse acceptance that we have for gangsters and the power of violence. it is so twisted and wrong and it is constantly brewing in the low income communities we have to change that. >>reporter: we are back live at children's hospital in open as we said the one- year-old child remains in critical condition in a coma with gunshot wounds to the head. the community out weeks--the community
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outreach workers are here to support the family and if we have another update will bring it to you before the newscast is over. reporting live in oakland and then permit with kron4 news. >>reporter: now we want to take a closer look at this dramatic surveillance video from the shootout last night in oakland. there are several different angles that have been captured on video. first, we wanted the three guys. you saw the earlier they appear to be the shooters and you can see two of them take off running and then this guy kind of stays back and continue shooting. >>reporter: then the crowd at which they are shooting, right there they were standing still in to the shots rang out. use a couple of guys over here returning fire this is unbelievable. i've slow this down so that you can get a sense for how chaotic the scene was once the shooting star. you can see this person rolling under that vehicle right
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after the shots started flying. police say at least 50 showcasing profound on the ground. >>pam: this evening the police are searching for the man that shot and robbed and another man outside of a wal-mart on black friday. it happened in the parking lot of the san leandro wal-mart. today, this new surveillance video was released by the police. it is dark with a white circle show's first the fight and then a man shot, after that the suspect car leaves the scene. finally you will see the victims' holding down one of the suspect. j.r. stone is following this story and he joins us from san leandro at the wal-mart where it all happened. >>reporter: i am standing just a few feet from where the shooting happened. and please do not even feel that the victims got a thing inside of the wal-mart. they said that they went into the wal-mart looking for a video game it was not there so they left and then they came back to their car in this area and that is when they
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were approached by the suspect. this is the man that the police believe shot one of the victims his name is datwan johnson. two fights broke out and officers are still trying to figure out what sparked the shots. >> as you saw in the video the fight kind of goes out into called the intersection. the sequence of events that play out that led to the event i do not know. >>reporter: out here live at the wal-mart ask the police if this could be gang- related but they said this point that does not appear to be the case. they're also looking for the suspect vehicle in this case late nineties and early 2000 burgundy riviera. reporting live i am j.r. stone with kron4 news. >>pam: despite being hit in the neck, christopher is out
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of the hospital and recovering at home. entries are being trimmed back, you could see the crew was at work as the tropical storm force winds make their way to the bay area. pg&e cut down tree limbs that could threaten the power lines as they prepare for what could the wind gusts as high as 60 to 70 mph. the utility has stepped up the tree trimming program as the storm approaches. here in the weather center with jacqueline, we still have to deal with some fog. >>jacqueline: it will not clear out until the winds pick up. and they will cause problems. this will not be a storm with rain, this will be a true when the even. the wind will pick up about 8:00 tomorrow morning. at 6:00 a.m. the wind is not too bad. watch as we head into the 8:00 hour and a wind gust will pick up in fairfield. 40 mph at 8:00 p.m.--by 8:00 a.m.. by noon
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we will see 30 mouth are when gus through in number of places. later on in the afternoon we will see when a gust up to 35 mph. the wind gusts in the hills will be even stronger. we already have a wind advisory that is the blue on your screen. the high when the warning is in the higher elevations that is where the wind will be the strongest. we could see wind gusts up to seven in moscow. sustained winds up to 45 mph. we will talk about how long this will last and we are expecting from this coming up. >>pam: a small group of occupy protesters tried to put up a tepee to date. a small group of local police officers prevented them from doing that in a standoff that lasted most of the
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afternoon. protesters said they wanted the tepee as a place to hold a vigil 24 hours a day. >> no one is going to be sleeping in the teepee. it is a symbolic statement in itself. >>pam: late this afternoon protesters were granted a three day permit for a symbolic tepee between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.. and protesters as santa rosa the occupy in canada are moving on. this morning 17 tents remained as they started to leave without trouble. the kemper said they would leave peacefully. one processor said the city council and the police have acted exemplary. they are not the enemy the corporations are. we will take a quick break and be right back with much more news ahead.
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>>catherine: and national news michael jackson's doctor has been sentenced to four years behind bars for his role in michael jackson's death. the judge gave him the toughest sentence that he could allowed by law. >>reporter: conrad murray did not speak to the court as he faced his sentence in fact he was most demonstrative leaving the room. the judge said murray's actions after jackson's death spoke volumes. >> he has absolutely no sense of remorse, no sense of fault and he is and remains dangerous. >>reporter: the sentence was four years in jail, the maximum sentence dr. murray's lawyer push for probation saying that murray already face a lifelong stigma. >> whether he is a restive
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for the rest of his life where it whether he is a greeter at wal-mart he still wanted the man that killed michael jackson. >>reporter: >> michael jackson's family chose to have a spokesperson to read their statement in court. >> we respectfully request that you impose a sentence that reminds physicians that they cannot sell their services to the highest bidder and cast aside their hypocritical both to do no harm. >>reporter: part of dr. murray sentence is still undecided. >>catherine: a big break in the case of the serial
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killer john wayne gacy he killed a total of 33 young men and boys between 1932 and 1978. last month and begin to dna tests family members of potential victims. american airlines has filed for bankruptcy and has tried to cut labor costs and reduce its debt. the company blames rising fuel costs and increase competition for its money problems. a spokesperson for san jose airport expects no major changes at this point. >> they sent us a letter this morning to make the announcement and to confirm their intentions to continue normal operations to honor all of their tickets and reservations. we do not see any immediate impact. we will see american
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flights of for a long time. this will depend on the american success in restructuring. >>catherine: american airlines is not think that there'll be any new changes to the schedule and they say there will be no impact to frequent flier programs that came as good news to one passenger whose family has more than 100,000 mi. on american. >> i was very concerned we have accumulated a lot and we were hoping to use them next year. i am hoping that we still can. i wish them a lot of love and i know that this is going to disappear. >>catherine: contract talks for american broke down and they say they expect to emerge from bankruptcy by next summer.
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>>jacqueline: this fog is not going anywhere, at least for tonight. as we head into tomorrow morning the fog will stick with us through the early morning hours. by 17 was still see widespread fall through the bay area. it will not linger as long as it did this morning because the wind will pick up about 8:00 a.m. and 9 in. notice that the fall quickly cleared out. the winds will cause problems for tomorrow and here's a look at the satellite and radar pictures. the storm is going to wrap around and come back down on the other side of the bay area. the wind and i mentioned will certainly pick up. by 8:00 a.m. tomorrow morning the wind will pick up in fairfield 49 per hour wind gusts there. later in the morning to see wind gusts in the entire bay area. by noon, the wind
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gusts will pick up into the 30's even stronger by the 2:00 hour. we are have a wind advisory at a high window morning. winds are going to be up to 45 mi. per hour sustained and wind gusts up to 75 not far. we will see gusty conditions down on the valley floor but it is just not that window. the wind will persist all through tomorrow and into thursday this will be dangerous for downed trees breaking off on power lines and also a little tough to drive those high-profile vehicles like trucks and suvs especially over the bridges. you want to be careful over the next few days. here is a mature extended forecast.--here is
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>>kimberlee: at&t is reportedly still attempting to save its merger deal with t mobile. it looked all but finished last week when the to look through the approval application with the ftc. at&t is secretly working on an audacious and 11th hour deal to rescue the merger by selling off a sidewalk portion of t mobile assets. the $39 billion would unite the second and fourth largest wireless carriers in the u.s.. other wireless carriers a this as a monopoly threat. facebook has settled over charges that it misled the users into thinking that private information was not being led--been made public. they have to submit to 20 years of privacy audits and they agreed to obtain users
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permission before making any changes to limit the service shares their information. google had a bold initiative, indoor mapping. the new mobile mass of version allows users to see the entire layout of a massive building between floor pans and find different points of interest such as stores and bathrooms. these updates are currently available on the android market. and following a strong black friday, cyber sales on monday were at one point to $5 billion.--were at 1.25 billion dollars. we will be back after this break.
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>>reporter: the oakland police chief howard jordan says aspects of the shooting that happened last night were captured but does not reveal the identity of the suspects and for that he says he needs the community to come forward. >> even with this video we still need some witnesses to come forward and provide us with information. >>reporter: continuing with our coverage here at children's hospital in oakland family and friends have been coming in and out to check on the condition of hiram lawrence. he is just
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one years old. he is the youngest shooting victim of yesterday's events. he is in critical condition and in a coma with a gunshot wound to his head. >>reporter: continuing our coverage family members of a toddler that was shot are speaking out. i spoke with the uncle and he said that the shooters are out--the shooters are without remorse. he said the baby was about to turn to years old next month. and he is the strongest may be that he is ever seen. the boy's father says to keep him in his prayers because his son is the only thing he has. >>reporter: debate area rapper who kafani is speaking out about the shooting that shot his one year-old cousin and the boy's father. >> the violence in oakland is to stop this is crazy that this could happen to a one-year-old is unbelievable to me.
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>>reporter: these are photographs of kafani lawrence.--these are pictures of ka--be lawrence. >>reporter: this new surveillance video was released on tuesday afternoon and any you can see in the distance a fight breaking out, a man was shot and another man was detained. police are still searching for this suspect, this is a 29 year-old from oakland datwan watson. reporting live i am j.r. stone with kron4 news. >>reporter: home prices are
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dropping this comes on the heels of prices going up over the summer months. real-estate agents say that many people have deep concerns about the economy and their job security so that is keeping prices down. >>reporter: here in vallejo the city is preparing for the funeral of officer james capoot who was killed in the line of duty on november 17th. at the police station today people are still stopping by to pay their respects. the department is selling the memorial bracelet's with all the proceeds going in a trust fund in officer capoot name. for anyone is to sit in attending, public transportation is being provided from the solano county fairgrounds to the service. >>gabe: the tech world is buzzing the wall street journal is reporting that facebook is close to going public. this could be the biggest tech ipo in history
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an initial public offering that could raise facebook $10 billion and face the palo alto company at a value of $100 million. will it happen? should you buy stock in facebook? hear what the experts say tonight and all the details at 8:00 p.m. on kron4 news in my tech report. [music] >>jacqueline: are big with a store tonight are the winds that are coming in tomorrow morning. the win will pick up around 8:00 p.m., so fog will be with us around-- until around that time. around eight in the wind is really going to pick up. it is gone to pick up bay area wide by 10:00 a.m.. we have 20 to 39 per hour wind gusts. in the afternoon it will get even worse. later in the afternoon it was just continue with 39 hour gusts in livermore and 36 in fairfield and 36 in san
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francisco and san jose. we have a couple of wind advisories in effect. one for the entire bay area that is the blood on your screen and the purple is the highlight of warning for the higher elevations. wednesday is supposed to have the most when the dust in the bay area that is above 1,000 ft.. when will be from 20 mouse power to 45 mi. per hour, and when gus will be from 50 mph to 70 mph. there is a possibility of downed trees and power lines. it will be a little difficult to drive. keep this in mind for the next couple of days we have gusty winds expected. >>catherine: decision 2012 and herman cain is sounding very unsure about whether or not he will continue his campaign. the republican capresidential candidate says that the latest allegations involving a 13 year extramarital affair is causing a fire storm. he said he is reassessing his campaign talking about his
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plans in a meeting in a conference call. that announcement came after this woman named ginger white said that she had a 13 year affair with herman cain. he says that he knows her but he flat out denies a sexual affair. in a cnn interview on monday he seemed to leave the door open to the possibility of setting down the campaign for the sake of his family. >> i expected this kind of stuff when i made the decision to run for the presence of the united states of america. the thing that i am worried about is the impact that this will have my wife and family because they should not be subjected to false accusations that cannot be proved. >>catherine: why is she talking now? she told an atlanta reported is because she felt he demonized several women that claimed he sexually harassed them and she thought the story was quick to come out anyway. >> there were threats of people coming out with their version and not that any version is really pretty but i thought that it was
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important to let least come out with mine story. >>catherine: came has told advisers that he is worried that this will cast too much of a cloud for his candidacy to go forward. she insists their affair was on going until about eight months ago. >> i cannot imagine anyone coming out and lying about this who would want this? it is really not been fun. >>catherine: this is about public reaction of people will continue to donate to herman cain campaign. he told his aides today that he is waiting to see how the supporters react in the next couple of days. and a another flub from presidential candidate rick perry. he toured a factory and then addressed a group of college students. it took about three seconds to make two mistakes in one sentence.
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>> those of you who won't be, work hard because he will inherit this in yorktown on a skiing this right. >>catherine: in case you missed it, perry said that he would appreciate your vote if they're returning 21 by november 12th but the voting age is 18 and the election is not happening on the 12th it was november 6th. a few people in the audience laughed but perry did not seem to notice. stay with us, more news coming up after the break. ♪
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>>stanley: noble school in san jose lives up to its name because this is a room full of trash headed to ter acycle they take items and
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make them into usable things like this recycled play area. noble is on their way to recycling but they have a problem someone is stealing their recyclables. i will show you what great measures to thieves are going to and why some students could be losing out to do to this theft. >>pam: the 49ers are talking play off your from the coach and gary has that story and all sports coming next.
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>>gary: he has been there for 16 years running the giants' front office. >> i am really thankful to of been there for so long. the ownership groups have recognized my dedication and our accomplishments the timing is good. >>pam: i am just thrilled to be, to continue to be a part of the giants' family. >>gary: take a look, the giants will have new uniforms to score for the upcoming 2012 season. there will bring back the 80's
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look with the interlocking sf on the left breast. the uniforms will be used as a role alternative. all right, i will tell you what i'm excited about. sadie is still getting down as he says then he is going to have his 6th son. you're concentrating on the news at 8:00 p.m. and prime-time but he will have his 6th son. there is nothing better than being an older father. you know it is, you have heard this before, jackie was not wait for this bill when the kids are running around you go places and they're being good and you are like wow look that old man having so much fun and then when the kids are crying and screaming you are like look that old bastard. [laughter] >>gary: now george is the winningest coach and he
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would join us in the second, good from brian say be in. but brian, pushing 60 with a new baby congratulations. >>gary: now bobby valentine he worked his way up after coaching the new york mets and then he said hey, i got an offer from the red sox take your pancake makeup and you know what. so bobby valentine 15 years as a big- league manager 8 with texas and seven with the mets. this guy really knows what he's doing, once upon a time was the no. 1 draft choice the players with the dodgers and a serious knee injury ended that but he is back in baseball as the manager of the boston red sox. the 49ers since the division title with a win sunday over the rams. >> this was great of our hard work is paying off. we were able to beat the rams on sunday and then we are in
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the playoffs. we decide to take this one game at a time. the spot during get better. >> it is the biggest game of the year is the biggest concern is paramount to all our focus this football game. and >>gary: now born and bred in hayward, jack del rio hit the unemployment line today. he was fired as coach of jacksonville after a three in eight starts. but good for him he was in the middle of the 10th season with the team he lasted a long time. nfl you get a nice parting gift, he is out and the jaguars also announced today that the team has been sold pending league approval the hot rumor is because jacksonville is such a small market i will tell you that in a minute, but you are looking at adnokinsu has
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been suspended for two games. >>gary: people said i have been dating you all trying to say that it was ok for him to do that. but anyway, if you are out there ok, any way let me finish this story. quickly, the jacksonville jaguars have been sold and the rumor is that being such a small market they could move to las angeles because that --they are looking to get back in business. now we return, and george rush goes
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for his lightest state title one week from saturday. he joins us next. ok, you guys wanted a space for entertaining your friends,
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>>gary: we are making this they had been giving--the george rush on want to hear. they are 11 and no. and when you look at george, i will ask about botox information. [laughter] >>gary: 35 years his in the head coach, george is here and have you had any work done? >> no, i have this little tonic that i take it this fix everything. [laughter]
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>>gary: at georgia supervisors on my best friends, but why are you so good every year? there are plenty of other junior college teams. >> i think our pilots as they committed to the whole student athlete. i have a staff that has been with me for a long time. when you look at the facilities and what has happened to the players when they leave city college and is a natural attraction for people that want to come and have those things for themselves as well. >>gary: how many kids from your program will give major college scholarships? >> we had averaged about 15 per year and this year we will probably get about 1214. >>gary: oh certainly would you say city college all distances name is first and foremost the did you ever work with him at all? >> i did not work with him but i used to play with him in 1966 as back up.
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>>gary: to be more serious, look what a sad ending a guy who had everything. and what about desmond bishop he played for the packers? >> he is great he had a great passion for the game a great student and it is wonderful to see him so successful. >>gary: you know we remind me of, you know like they've lost out of had offers to go somewhere else but it loved way he did you are the same way. you never had an inch. >> you the it think sometimes and you know at the end of the day, the kids we get and the impact that you have in their lives and the impact that they have in your life is working with them this was a pretty good fit for me. >>gary: congratulations i am
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sorry i work in tv all these years ago botox was a natural question i apologize stereoscope [laughter] the >> that is ok i am not a fan. >>gary: congratulations.
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singer george michael in intensive care and on a ventilator? inside family's hospital vigil. and herman cain's wife on new affair allegations, could she convince the gop candidate to step down? i'm brooke anderson. >> and i'm kevin frazier. "the insider" is on. i was aware that he was married. and i was involved in a very inappropriate situation. >> herman cain's reassessing his campaign after his alleged mistress's claim. >> there was no sex? >> no. >> none? >> no. >> will his wife gloria force him off the campaign trail? >> probably a very difficult time for her and her family. >> between the mistresses and the sexual hear razment allegations, i mean, when did he have time to run the pizza business. michael jackson's doctor sentenced as his family looked on. how the king of pop's children addressed the man responsible fo

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