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(male announcer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news.developing news tonight out of oakland. where several structure fires have been reported. that's where we find kron 4's scott rates. scott how big is the fire? >> reporter: is under control i just checked with the battalion. they are just putting out some of those hot spots. you can still seek several firefighters on the roof they are attacking the fire from the roof. and down, from the ground. it started about two hours ago. the firefighters for able to
stop the fire from spreading to surrounding structures. just minor damage. we have learned that this is a thrift store. however, the battalion chief said this. >> we had a call of a structure fire on the 73rd ave. buyer. upon arrival it was very windy. it blew the embers to other locations it was a wind driven fire. >> reporter: very difficult but again it is under control and the american red cross is here. i can tell you that the fire marshal is conducting their investigation as to how this fire started and there are no injuries in oakland. scott rates, kron 4 news.
>> san jose police still investigating a suspicious death tonight. it happened in the southern part of the city. kron four's jeff bush explains what happened. >> reporter: san jose police were called to the 300 block of indian broom drive around 1:30 on saturday morning. when they showed up they found a man with multiple injuries and his wounds were visible to officers who arrived on scene. the paramedics were called out but the man, unfortunately died a short time later. homicide detectives were called to determine if the man had been murdered. they took evidence but that evidence has not come back from the lab. if this man was, in fact, murdered, this would be the city's 24th homicide this year. i just talked to some neighbors who did not want to go on camera but they said, it is unclear if it is related but they say there have been multiple break in's in this neighborhood. i'm jeff bush in san jose, kron four news. >> a sonoma county woman is suffering from major stab wounds after a domestic violence incident. the suspect, who was shot dead by police, has been identified as urbano moreno morales.the father of the
victim's child. kron 4's jeff pierce has more on this violent domestic stabbing. >> reporter: violence erupted early saturday morning in the quiet sonoma county town of windsor. >> at seven thirty am windsor police were dispatched to a stabbing. >> we heard this blood curdling scream that was just horrible and we knew something bad was happening. >> when they arrived on scene they found a sixty year old female suffering from multiple stab wounds >> reporter: in what appeared to be an act of domestic violence one man is dead and a sixty year old woman is clinging to life in a santa rosa hospital. >> i saw him stick something under his shirt. >> the suspect was carrying a knife and at that point the suspect charged at the officers and the officers shot the suspect to stop the >> reporter: sonoma county sheriff's officials did not identigy either the suspect or the victim nor what possible relationship they might have had but a passerby overheard a distraught witness to the incident.
>> and a young boy came out and said "dad why did you do that." >> reporter: santa rosa police are handling the investigation. the female victim is in critical but stable condition. in windsor jeff pierce kron four news. >> an armed man was shot and killed by police in vallejo today just minutes after he gunned down his wife. it happened just after one- thirty this afternoon on quincy alley where arriving offivers say they found a female vitim suffering from gunshot wounds. when officers approached a suspect, he pointed a hand gun at them. prompting an officer to fire his weapon in self- defense. the 48-year-old female victim died at the scene. the male suspect taken to kaiser in vallejo where he later died. investigators have determined the man and woman were married. >> the heat was a big problem for the heritage high school graduation celebration in brentwood today. sixteen people had to be treated for heat related issues at the outdoor graduation ceremony. when fire officials arrived at the school, on 101
american avenue.they had to treat several patients who were dehydrated from the scorching temperatures, some even had to be carried out, as others were put on stretchers. the fire chief wants people to remember to take the proper precautions to help beat the heat. >> you need to remember to hydrate and that your drinking plenty of water having the ability to have shade, and we're cool clothing and stay out of"the direct sun" some of those people were treated at a local hospital - all expected to be ok. the national weather service says brentwood would see temperatures as high as 107 today. for more on the triple digit heat let's send it over to brian van aken. >> we have some relief on the way even though temperatures were scorching. and well over 100 degrees. in brentwood. and the same in antioch. livermore, san diego--and near the bay. those
sea breezes. and it actually cool things down only in the 60s. a big contrast from the coast. for tomorrow, the sea breeze is going to be strong. and we have this fog pushing and. it is going to push everything down and cool it significantly. look for low clouds, pressing inland. by midnight, mostly cloudy for tomorrow and even that fog making its way to the inland valley. sunshine, and the temperatures are born to be dropping, dramatically. antioch, fairfield, there is no 90's or no triple digits with me 80s. a change of 20, 25 degrees cooler. with mid '80s-. and tomorrow, 70's and we're going to be cooling off for the next couple days. >> police in santa monica investating nine crime
scenes as they try to figure out what drove a man to go on a deadly shooting spree yesterday. this is an image of him walking onto the college campus. authorities have identified the gunman -- who was shot to death by police -- but are not yet releasing his name. four people are dead.but that death toll iseccristina mus details on the investigation. >> reporter: authorities were tracing the steps from a home fire, and a carjacking to this id deadly end at the santa monica college. possible clues about what set off this gunman. who were all black clothing and had a pack of guns and ammunition. and he had a range of mental issues but no motive. they are characterizing this as pre- meditated. not just a random shooting. >> i would assume that if
somebody puts on a vest of some sort of comes out with a bag of loaded magazines and an extra receiver, an extra hand gun. and a semi- automatic rifle, carjacking, goes to college, kills more people and has toutralithpremed >> reporter: witnesses recounted it as it was eerily column. >> he was not reaching. he was released -- calm. on ..not ragin.
>> fremont police have arrested the father who survived a crash that killed his wife and child. this is video of tuesday's horrific crash in fremont.where police say 34- year-old gilbert gil drove his car into a tree.killing his wife and three-year-old son. gil was arrested in hayward on two felony counts of vehicular onemala count of felony child endangerment. police say speeds unsafe for the conditions is the primary factor of the crash. gil will be arraigned in court next week. more than four-thousand people who have used sutter health medical centers may have had their identities compromised. the alameda county sheriff's office says narcotics investigators, working an oakland meth bust last month, found personal information for thousands of patients. sutter health officials say the stolen information is for patients who had been alta bates summit in oakland, sutter delta in antioch or eden medical center in castro valley. stolen information may include social security numbers and adresses as well as other personal information. patients who believe they have been affected should call the number on your screen and enter the 10 digit reference number. >> coming up on kron 4 news at 8. an exclusive interview with the bride of night stalker.
>> three americans are dead tonight after a shooting in afghanistan. officials say an afghan soldier turned his weapon on and a civilian who were working with him. the gunman also injured three others before being officials say the deadly shooting erupted during an argument. so far this year, there have foreign forces, with a total of eight troops and one u.s. contractor killed. a hearing in the george zimemrman second degree murder case resumed today in sanford, florida. zimmerman is accused in the shooting death of 17-year- old trayvon martin last year. the hearing will determine key issues that might be critical for zimmerman's
defense. the issues include whether certain words can be used during the trial and expert testimony on voice identification relating to a 9-1-1 call. zimmerman says he shot and killed martin in self defense. jury selection in the trial >> the crane operator, who was helping tear down a philadelphia building when it collapsed on wednesday, has turned himself into police. this after an arrest warrant was ed. a law enforcement source says sean benschop faces six counts of involuntary manslaughter, 13 counts of recklessly endangering another person and one count of risking a catastrophe. officials say a toxicology report showed evidence that benschop was high on marijuana and pain medications while using the. >> equipment. >> a san francisco company is offering a new service that's raising interest and eyebrows. it's offering to help tenants in rent-controlled apartments get payouts from their landlords. fat fat
fat fat >> reporter: if you are getting sick of looking at your same four walls.but don't feel you can move because the money you pay for your rent controlled apartment is low.a business called lease buy out now .is claiming to be able to help tenants get thousands from their landlords to help you get out. depending on how far below market you've are paying for your place. they say you could tens of thousands. .if your landlord is willing.if the deal is made the company takes a cut of 18%. but with one bedrooms being listed on craigslist for around 3000 dollar a month in some cases.lease buyout now says their services shouldn't be used for people looking for a big payoutif they plan to rent a similar apartment in san francisco.because the cash they get could be eaten up quickly. >> these are people that are looking for alternative housing in a different position. >> reporter: the company's president says they are getting a lot of calls after advertising on the radio but haven't consumated any deals yet. ted gull-ick-son of the san francisco's tenant's union is skeptical how sucessful they will bebecause he says tenants
lack the leverage they need to get big money. >> basis give me a buyout or are will stay. and to the landlord wire we've been talking? you are going to stay anyway. if >> reporter: but he says.if you are absolutely going to move out it is perhaps worth a shot. of your house anyway >> reporter: maureen kelly kron4 news. >> with extreme heat temperatures in the triple digits this was the coast. these low clouds making way for " temperatures. just the low 60s by the ocean. the fog pushing in and the sea breeze. we will get a break from the oppressive heat. this is a live a few from the bay bridge toll plaza. notice, near oakland and berkeley hills. it is going
towards livermore. from that fog is just like air- conditioning, we will see a big change but it is still hot. antioch livermore, the mid-70s. and those cooler temperatures. oakland, san francisco just in the low 60s. even though that we will be cooler, will have a high fire danger. a weather watch is in effect and an outside chance that there could be some isolated dry storms. producing lightning. those could possibly ignite wild fires and in addition, strong winds. and these will mainly be cooling. it looks like we will be watching that threat. here is futurecast by 3:00 p.m. with temperatures not much of
any triple digits. monday, even cooler temperatures for tomorrow afternoon in the south bay with mid upper '70s and '80s. cooler. and even significantly cooler inland take a look. only mideast. that sea breeze is making a big difference just mid '80s. -. . oakland. here is the your kron 4 7 day around the bay a gradual warm-up. >> for months we've seen gun
buy backs pop up around the bay area.in an effort to get unwanted guns off thetoday - dozens turned up at a hayward gun buy back.for kids. kron 4's mike pelton explains. >> with each hand them which one did you bring today? >> this one and this one. >> they joined dozens for a gun buyback. a-for toys. >> sometimes they think that it is a real. >> i brought a water gun. >> they each get a book and a raffle trticket to possibly get a new bike. been lucky that this is a great idea. >> the message is the assault and gun safety. >> it is guns like this one
that appear real that can cause trouble. officer wilson where a student brought a fake gun. >> they saw it and we had to deal with this we have to treat every gun as if it is real. >> despite the good intentions there is some backlash. >> and if it is ridiculous. if they see that gun safety is not important. >> with a bucketful of squirt guns it is clear if the message that even fake guns is hitting the mark. >> i would rather have safety, i would rather live and not die. >> wahl some of these are clearly fake this is all about the larger message of con safety. also information on cpr and children take fingerprinting. they want to have a safety day every year. mike pelton, kron 4.
>> it's one of the most expensive mid-day meals of the year. a power lunch with investment guru warren buffet has sold at auction in an anonymous bid for more than a million dollars. that's a lot of money.but it's quite a bit less than last year's winning bid of 3-point-5-million dollars. new york steakhouse smith & wollensky will host the meal. this year's proceeds go to the san francisco based organization "glide". glide serves about 800- thousand meals a year to the poor. buffet has been auctioning off charity lunches for 14- years now. he's raised 16-million- dollars so far for various causes. >> a meeting of the super powers. coming up, we take you to the summit where president obama comes face to face with the president of china. look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show.
sanctioning cyber attacks on u-s-based institutions. the topic of the alleged cyber attacks was not expected to come up. rather, the two leaders said they hope to forge a "new model" for relations between the two countries. among the topics discussed were economic relations and climate change. the white house announced today that china and the u-s have agreed to work more closely on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. >> former south african leader nelson mandela is back in the hospital. the presidential office says mandela is in "serious but stable condition." the 94-year-old has a history of lung problems, dating back to his days as a political prisoner. mandela has been hospitalized several times, recently. a statement from the presidential office in south africa says doctors are doing everything they can to make mandela better and to make him comfortable, and he is able to breathe on his own. pm off >> in concord you are looking at the next edition
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[ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> offyou are looking at count them 19 nasty filthy possibly bug bed infested mattresses dumped outside teen challenge thrift store in concord over on pine street what appears to be the contents of an entire home minus the kitchen sink dumped here concord is experiencing what a lot of other cities
are having a problem with people disposing of their debris on city streets most people think that it's the cities job to clean up all this stuff like pillow cases left on the sidewalk see this stuff it was left on the sidewalk by thener anne e could get fined so she went outside and moved it back on her property and yes the city will removed illegally dumped items but if they can find the culpret they will send them the bill which brings me back to the teen challenge thrift store, they have a sign that reads we don't accept mattresses among other things i spoke to daniel the thrift store manager this is a thrift store but yea we are not a mattress store thise aren't brand new they are just dirty filthy mattresses and we have a sign on our fence that says no dumping and if were not here and you leave it it's a dump it cost the thrift store approx 30 dollars per mattress to dispose of them all that you see back here
is what other people have dumped and that amounts to another 20 more illegally dumped mattresses were a non profit orgaization we help people struggling with drugs alcohol gangs homeless violence for free . and this takes money from lives being changed in concord stanley roberts kron 4 news if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e- mail us at 'people behaving badly' at kron- four-dot- com. the night stalker - struck fear in most people's hearts. coming up, we have an exclusive interview with the woman who gave her heart to a mass murderer. plus. we show you how oakland police plan to crack down on dangerous sideshows. you kids should count yourselves lucky.
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satanic signs at murder scenes and mutilating victims' bodies. he was convicted of 13 murders, connected to five attempted murders, 11 sexual assaults and 14 burglaries. the preliminary cause of his death on friday is liver failure. but during his time on death row. rameriz did marry. doreen lioy was a 41 year old virgin. a devout catholic. altha sa rn worshiper. doreen believed she loved him and wanted nothing more than to be his bride. here's a clip that ran on a national tv show. i had an exclusive interview. just before the wedding in 1996. that you will only see on kron 4. >> this reporter, vicki liviakis. >> there are many that would say that he is the face of evil but the that you look at him and use to the man of your dreams? who needs glasses? >> i cannot help the world
looks at him they did not know him the way that i do. a >> reporter: the next day, they walked down the aisle, and a couple of the new mrs. ramirez. >> it feels wonderful. i am so happy and so thrilled and proud. had and a little relieved that this is over. hopefully, i can enjoy the rest of my day with my family. and it is about the importance of what happened today. >> it was a six minute civil ceremony inside the walls of san quentin. and they were not allowed conjugal visits. because ramirez was a death row inmate - those are strictly banned. we've learned that although they were officially still death. they did separate at some point, but apparently never divorced. >> the oakland police department is shifting
resources. as part of a new effort to reduce crime across the city. kron 4's charles clifford spoke with oakland police chief sean whent about the new plan. as well as what crack down on dangerous sideshows. >> reporter: starting this weekend.. the oakland police department is assigning a single police captain to each of the city's five districts. each captain will manage a team of officers, including lieutenants and detectives. the idea is to give manageable sized area to watch over, thus allowing them to respond quickly to problems and crime trends in their district. opd police chief sean whent is optimistic >> the geographic and accountability. and in every city that has cut crime reduction. that geographic key to effective crime reduction in every city reduction so we are optimistic that we are going to see some good results here. >> reporter: but this sort of thing has been tried before in how in the past the captains were given to large of an area to manage
so now with having five area. smaller control area allows for better relationship building with whop the community because it's on a smaller scale. >> reporter: the chief also says that opd is going to deploy crime prevention teams on friday discourage sideshows, like this one last weekend. the california highway patrol will also be helping out. and beyond that we're working with the community to help get out a prevention message that there really is from sideshows. so hopefully effort we can reduce sideshows >> reporter: in oakland, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> extreme heat and a record high temperatures. well over triple digits! antioch, livermore. 110 degrees. concord, into the '90s but a
different story in which we get into the east bay hills. much cooler with the sea breezes. 60s, 70's and 80's. and everything is going down for tomorrow. and we're going to be dropping by 20, 25 degrees for sunday. relief. this is a live view. san francisco, we have all of that fog with cooling things off for our sunday. low clouds sunshine, and the inland temperatures. dropping significantly. the slow warm up toured much warmer it is going to get. >> a single leaked document has opened a political pandora's box over intelligence-gathering in the united states. some of those classified documents you can see behind
me. this week's disclosure of classified government programs to collect information on phone calls, e-mails and internet use for national security reasons quickly dominated headlines. laurie segall has more on the national security agency program and how it worked. >> reporter: every time you do anything, you transmit data. where does that go? it goes to places like this. what has happened, is that we have to have a good look on who has access to that data. >> what we learned is that there is a program to get information from silicon valley companies. >> reporter: major tech companies and tonight, and the knowledge, known to collect data from nine tech companies of the heart is that of mining.
>> this is what you have done. purchase, all of this information would be very difficult for one person to make any sense of. however, with modern computer hours to this to pull information out. you can see that it would be useful for national-security. >> reporter: is a common practice but some users were shocked. at how far they were able to go. >> with even e-mails and other information like photos. or they were on apple servers. >> reporter: of these companies have denied these claims. so how could they have gathered at the affirmation? >> one of this is that they are tapping into the data that goes on the wire. >> the director of national
intelligence says that the law over surveillance cannot be used to potentially target and a u.s. citizen, and the u.s. person, or anyone located within the united states. when there is a privacy scare that next step is how can we prevent this from happening? there is no easy answer. and sure, it is difficult but there are alternatives. >> there are tools that people can use.
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is an oakland based organization called digital detox. they are required to unplug and that these events have been so popular they have created a campground. with four days. summer camp for adults. june 14th-17. >> people are saying that you can be fine with just four days. >> is taking place up north and navarroo it is all inclusive. the idea was to recreate a kid camp for adults. swimming, campfires, new people. >> registration, is that you take away your devices. we have yoga, meditation.
dance, there is painting, or tree. and all of the typical activities. and archery and getting out of the networking tech studies or it this is just about having fun and disconnecting. >> and they are onto something, immediately, all of the 325 spots were sold out. >> people were coming out from the three countries, 15 states. 67 years old, or a 19 year-old and this will be a first time with no media for four days. there will be future summer sessions. we are going to be an ounce and one and a couple of weeks if they're interested? they can visit it it on the web. >> the end of the beautiful day in mountain view with the sun set over the trees.
with mostly clear skies and some fog. and a high of 80 degrees in mountain view and cooler for tomorrow. just about everything will be cooler and now with some shots over mount tam of look at that fog. it is going to cool things off. sheathwe will have a sea breeze that is also going to crank up. and especially for the inland valleys with 20, 25 degrees cooler than what we had today. the fog is spreading into the bay. about 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. and mostly sunny. and even the outside chances of isolated thunderstorms. that will increase the fire danger
concerns. but with that seabury's, it will be cooler. take a look with the sea breezes --. it is going to cool things off. and with 20, 25 degrees. for tomorrow, the fog with low clouds and into the north. some fog in the self and patchy through livermore tomorrow and clearing as we get towards 9:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. temperatures are dropping significantly. we will see readings up into the upper 70's and lay low 80s for the east bay. and take a look at the inland valleys only the 80s. walnut creek. hayward, oakland,
union city. and the peninsula locations looking at '60s and '70s. 78 degrees and here is a look your kron 4 7 day around the bay foggy conditions on monday but less on tuesday, wednesday, with temperatures climbing. temperatures around 90 degrees. >> the white sox have handed the a's just their fourth loss in 22 games. oakland's been on the rampage, but not today. tommy milone did all he could to match pitcher john danks. then sean doolittle entered the game and that's where it all went wrong for oakland. 1. they play one more in chicago.tomorrow. a's come home to take on the yankees next week. >>
>> e-s-p-n reports major league baseball is set to suspend about 20 players in the coming weeks due to a performance-enhancing drugs.the network says it is potentially the worst drug abuse case in the history of baseball. pamela brown reports. if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, you can email us at email@example.com m >> reporter: espn is reporting that major an unprecedented wave of player suspensions that include yankees star alex rodriguez and the brewers' ryan braun. rodriguez, braun and some 18 other players are allegedly linked to a miami-area enhancing drug scandal. refused to talk about it after his game. >> "i'm not answering any further questions regarding the whole situation, i've dealt with it for a long time over the last year and a half and aside from that i don't really have anything further to say." >> reporter: yankees manager joe girardi was peppered with questions at a post- game news conference: >> "i think we all had hoped that we kind of got through it, ummm, but obviously we're not through it yet." >> reporter: major league baseball issued this statement following the espn story:
>> "we can't comment on an ongoing investigation." >> reporter: espn reports that tony bosch, the founder of this now-closed clinic near miami, has reached an agreement to cooperate with the league's investigation. the miami new times first reported in january that bosch's biogenesis clinic was a pipeline to performance-enhancing drugs for several players. >> "well it's clear that biogenesis, like a lot of anti-aging clinics was selling an awful lot of hgh a number of other drugs you know that are widely banned in sports." >> reporter: representatives for alex rodriguez issued a denial after the january report: >> "the news reports about a between alex rodriguez and anthony bosch are not true. alex rodriguez was not mr. bosch's patient, he was never treated by him and he was never advised by him." >> reporter: according to espn, players could be suspended for 100 games -- a penalty usually given to second offenses. if upheld - the suspensions may be the largest in american sports
history. a-rod fans, disappointed. >> "i looked up to him when i play baseball, 'cause he's really a good player before and i really like him and seeing that it just saddens me kinda." >> reporter: not only is the legacy of these baseball giants at stake, but more importantly that of america's past-time. >> "i worry about baseball being affected as a game - the whole thing. and what it's been through in the last 15 years and that's my concern." concern." [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for ann to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citi tablet apps. easier banking. standard at citibank. anarchy meets order. working with at&t, doctors set up a broadband solution to handle data and a mobility app to stay connected with their business. so they can run the office...
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is right in the middle. they herded the target and they will stop at nothing until this target is dead. >> you just have one hour. >> the law and order will be restored but can this family worst the survive the night? >> take a look at this!. talk about a "wild" police chase. this bear was on the run from police for more than three- hours in new mexico. they pursued the four- legged suspect for miles. but the chase ended when the furball ran into the foothills at-- believe it or not-- black bear lane and black bear loop in northeast albuquerque. game and fish officials suspect the young bear was recently let loose by its mother, and was looking for a new home. it was quite a heatwave! i
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is paris jackson still on suicide watch? what happened before she tried to take her life? the latest in the et special investigation. >> i'm rocsi diaz. >> i'm rob marciano. >> o.d.ed on 20 moat rin and cut her arm on a kitchen knife. >> uncle and brother with the female. female awake and breathing. >> paris' mother debby rowe confirms the news to "et." >> what led up to the incident. >> grounded from going to a concert? was she bullied? >> people tried to cyber bully me. >> the video just posted on youtube. her cryptic tweet. i wonder why tears are salty? what's behind paris' pain. >> daddy has been the best