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justice in officer involved shooting death of 13-year- old andy >>"no justice, no peace" >> reporter:the day started here at santa rosa jr.college where hundreds of students gathered listening to public speakers give advice on the best way to seek justice in this casesome even suggesting to get local politicians involved >>"hit up your congressman hit up your mayornot let the world know about it" >> reporter:within an hour the crowd grew to over as thousand protesterswho then took to the street marched to the sheriff's officewhere they arrived making demands >>"we want to know what is going on?" >> reporter:here the focus was on the investigation into the shooting death of andy lopezsome calling for the formation of a community review board >>"so that when the police investigate a shooting there are members of the community there to review the work to make sure everything was done correctly"
>> reporter:it was an overall peaceful march.lasting about 2- hours, after which the majority of the protesters went there separate ways, leaving behind a few these deputies you see here behind me to watch over a few stranglers outside the sheriff's office.in santa rosa haaziq madyun kronn4ews >> reporter: this is video from may helicopter partnership with abc news. you also see some of the deputies on the roof but it was overwrought a very peaceful march. coming up at 6:00 you will have more for now and sonoma county, charles clifford kron4 news. >> reporter:we're learning more about the deputy who shot and killed andy lopez. 48-year-old erick gelhaus shot lopez seven times. the 24-year veteran is an iraq war veteran who's also a firearms instructor. he's contributed to gun publications.and in 2008.he
wrote an article for swat magazine. >>"today is the day you may need to kill someone in order to go home. >> reporter:somebody needs to be in charge, so make a decision." >> reporter:and in the same article, he said "when you are caught in an ambush, you need to make your decisions immediately and carry them out just as quickly. >> reporter:you need to shut down the bad guys who initiated the ambush so that you can go home." >> catherine: in a developing story on the peninsula. for the second straight day - the woman accused in a closely-watched fatal d.u.i case is a no-show. a father and mother were killed in that crash. kron four's rob fladeboe reports on what happened. >> reporter:once again on tuesday, just moments before she was to be arraigned in department 4-a here at san mateo county superior court, marjorie reitzell failed to appear. the 53-year-old
redwood city woman is charged with two felony counts of vehicular manslaughter and two counts of felony d.u.i. after she allegedly struck and killed two pedestrians last week in menlo park. officially, reitzell is medically unable to appear in court but her brother ronald says she doesn't remember what happened and is overcome with grief. >> anyway you look at it is no way anything possible or pleasing to be said about it. an accident that happened and my sister was because of it. like i said she was unstable, she had been reading ever since my mother died. i will blame it on the grief. this has finally set and that what has happened, has happened and she is not prepared to do with it mentally. i believe that is why she is not showing up for court.
>> reporter:prosecutors say reitzell's blood alcohol was twice the legal limit following the accident and that she is on probation from a 2012 d.u.i. conviction. >> reporter:by law, defendant's like marjorie reitzell are supposed to be arraigned within 24 hours of her arrest, unless they are physically unable to do so. >> reporter:therefore she will be back on the court calendar again on wednesday pending a re- evaluation of her medical condition. >> reporter:in redwood city rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> catherine: a san rafael jury is now deliberating the case against max wade. he's the 19-year-old accused of trying to murder two teenagers in mill valley when he was 17. he's better known for allegedly stealing a lamborghini belonging to celebrity chef guy fieri. yesterday, fieri testified >> catherine: he did not know wade, and did not give him permission to take the car. wade is being charged as an adult. he's facing about 30-years in prison.
>> catherine: investigators say a fast- moving fire that ripped through a two story building in san francisco did roughly 800-thousand dollars in damage. it started in a building on valencia street at 25th street in the mission district yesterday. >> catherine: this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news. the building is now red tagged. the three alarm fire spread to four other buildings. doing varying degrees of damage. 21 people were forced from their homes and are getting help from the red cross. >> catherine: now to the weather. >> catherine: here's a live look from s-f-o. it's been gloomy at times - and it was rainy earlier. i'm here in the weather center with our chief meteorologist. >> jacqueline: not widespread as we take a wider look pushing father east it will move out of here tonight and we was the clear skies and chilly temperatures. low sixties
for much of the bay area. 60 in oakland, and 64 in plaza tam but it will get chilly out there tonight. defrosted by azeri we will take a look at your neighborhood coming up. >> catherine: is google behind a mysterious barge off treasure island? tech blog c-net did some detective work -- looking up lease agreements and asking experts. and it seems that indeed - google is behind the secret project. the four-story structure >> catherine: made of shipping containers is one of two in the bay. the speculation is. this is a floating data center, because google has a patent for a floating data center cooled by ocean water. >> catherine: there's another, similar structure in portland, maine. google is not commenting. >> catherine: coming up. >> catherine: the science experiment that got a high school teacher fired.
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unaffected after another report of a fiery crash. you can see a mini explosion here in this cell phone video.taken a week and a half ago in mexico. >> reporter:a tesla model-s apparently drove through a wall, hit a tree, and caught fire. and it was the second time this month that a model s burst into flames. this was the scene october 2nd near seattle -- a tesla burned after hitting some road debris. >> reporter:the debris punctured the car's electirc battery.which led to a large fire in the car's front end. late last week the national transportation safety administration said there's no indication this fire was caused by a sefety defect. >> reporter:kron-4 reached out to tesla for comment - we have not heard back. >> catherine: still ahead. >> catherine: the texas man accused in a violent murder spree. and the victim police say he spared. then -- it's been one year since super-storm sandy hit the northeast. why at least one business owner is still struggling to rebuild.
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>> reporter: the texas man accused of killing five people overnight.is now in custody. >> reporter:police in terrell texas - near dallas.say charles brownlow went on a killing spree.and knew several of the victims. >> reporter:they say he murdered his aunt and his mother at two different locations in the same neighborhood.setting his mother's house on fire. >> reporter:at antoher location.police found a man and woman dead. a three-year-old child was found unharmed in the home. police say brownlow knews the couple. >> reporter:it didn't stop there. a little later. a fifth person was found dead at a store. that's where a police officer spotted him. the chased brownlow in a car.the suspect crashed into a wooded area.ran off.and was eventually caught and arrested. one year after superstorm sandy - a lot of people are still struggling to rebuild. in seaside heights -- on the jersey shore -- millions of dollars were poured into
rebuilding. >> catherine: then a huge fire hit in september. part of the boardwalk damaged by sandy was again destroyed. poppy harlow has the story. >> reporter: when superstorm sandy slammed ashore one year ago -- swallowing this boardwalk and it's iconic rollercoaster -- it took bubba's hot dog shop with it. >>"and the building was just destroyed -- devastation." >> reporter:but he re-opened this summer. unwilling to give up. >>"how was this summer for business?" >>"it was slow. no one made a lot of money. i mean it was a year of survival." >> catherine: then -- in a one-two-punch -- bubba's new restaurant was wiped out in a september fire that demolished sixty businesses.
>>"it was probably the biggest feeling of helplessness i've ever had in my life." >>"you named one superstorm?" >>"superstorm. that's the only type of superstorm i ever want to see again." >> reporter:vince storino is building back the casino pier. >> reporter:"i think we had 1,000 man hours a day working on this project and what we accomplished in several months should have taken a few years." >> reporter:but a large chunk of the pier still isn't rebuilt. >> reporter:and storino questions whether its worth the investment not knowing how many people will return. >> reporter:many have no homes to come back to. >>"i think we've come a long way." >> reporter:seaside mayor bill akers estimates business here was down thirty percent this summer. >>"there was a time right
after sandy, we didn't know if we'd be open. so you can think of it as 30% down or 70% up." >> reporter:he says rebuilding the town's infrastructure -- and mitigation work -- could cost up to $20 million dollars. >>"this town gets whacked by sandy and this fire." >>"it's punch in the gut, poppy, i'm not gonna kid ya. you sit there's no reason why, there is no good answer. the only thing you can do is deal with it." >> reporter:at the beachcomber bar and grill something astounding happened. >> reporter:the businesses on both sides of michael carbone's restaurant burned down. >> reporter:but his. did not. >>"fire, storm, we're here - this is our life. this is how we make our living and the lesson is we're jersey strong." >> reporter:strong. a good word to describe folks here. >> reporter:and what bubba built -- twice -- he's
building again -- come hell or high water. >>"if i can get my doors open, pay my rent, pay my employees i'll be happy. i'll be happy. i'll be open - that's the goal." >> jacqueline: we will talk more about the weather coming up in just a minute. widespread 40 that is the dark blue on your screen. there is a frost advisory but i'd want to track the temperatures into the afternoon and he was the '60s in the north bay to inland valleys. as we head into the 3:00 hour was the upper 60s. and lots of '40's and even '30's in the north bay. 40 in sambar fell and 42 in redwood city. hears defrost advisory in the north bay hills. one to 9:00 in the morning and the low
30's catching frost on the windshield. a thousand feet in the north bay tomorrow morning. in the upper 60s for the south bay in 66 for san jose. 65 for mountain dew and upper 60s for our inland valleys. 67 in livermore and los '60s for east bay shoreline. 60 degree for downtown san francisco. here is a look at the extended forecast with warmer out there tomorrow trending through friday. gusty winds and cooler temperatures. trick or treating, not a bad forecast at all. temperatures running largely in the upper 50s and lower 60s during the trip to treat our spirit hours.
>> catherine: a north carolina teacher has lost her job.after allowing students to share needles in class. it was part of a biology experiment on blood types. bryan mims has the story. >> reporter: there they were in class thursday at overhills high school, students of biology teacher miyoshi mcmillan. she had them doing an experiment on blood types. inside a lab kit, given to science classrooms, were seven pricking needles. >>"so some students were like, 'oh this is cool! i want to know my blood type.'" >> reporter:the kit also had synthetic blood for these exercises, but mcmillan allowed students to use the lancing needles to prick their own fingers.
>>"if it's not okay to use, then i think it should have been taken out during the summer." >> reporter:mcmillan says after using the needles, the students wiped them with alcohol swabs so the next class could use them. >>"i had to monitor the class. i had to walk around the room. it's not like i could lollygag." >>"but was alcohol enough?" >>"from my prior knowledge, i thought it was." >> reporter:she gave students who declined the blood test an alternate assignment. school officials say a concerned student left class left to call her parents, who alerted assistant principals. >>"and they were like 'stop the lab! stop the lab!'" >> reporter:by the end of the day, mcmillan was out of a job. >>"we don't want students to be, first of all, sharing a needle, and second, to have any type of human blood in the classroom."
>> reporter:harnett county schools spokeswoman patricia harmon-lewis says every teacher is instructed on the dangers of blood-borne pathogens. this was mcmillan's first year at overhills high school. >> reporter:she has a major in biology and was hired as a lateral-entry teacher, someone who has expertise in a subject but who's still working on getting a teacher's license. >> reporter:until then, mcmillan was paid as a substitute teacher. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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>> catherine: she says she lived at the facility for nearly six months - until march of this year. >> catherine: she says the patients were not given enough food.and there was urine-stained clothing often left on the floor of the bathroom. >> catherine: she also claims the staff was slow to help patients. >> i was happy to leave and i did not want to stay there anymore. there any more >> reporter: >> catherine: ina wind says she thinks the operators should go to jail for what happened at valley spring manor. the sheriff's department says the investigation is still underway and no arrests have been made. >> catherine: now at 5:30. the >> catherine: she left behind her cell phone. but took her purse. new details on the death of woman whose body was found in a stairwell at s-f general hospital kron-4's justine waldman talked to the lawyer. representing lynne spaldings' family. >> reporter:
the pedestrian killed >> reporter: >> she was dressed in her own clothes. her purse was near her body >> reporter: she also left personal belongings >> >> herself phone was left in her room it was on the bed and made with a sheet or blanket over it. >> reporter: was last seen wearing blue jeans boots and a sweatshirt. is unclear as to if that is what she was wearing when she dropped, she was leaving. it is clear that she never left alive. >> lynn spaulding was there the entire time. i think so. >> reporter: someone not wearing a name tag may have seen her suffering and the stairwell and even told a
senior staff member. >> reporter: questioning if the sheriff's office ever did that did a search through out the hospital. >> could not believe that they searched the stairwell that they would not have found this woman. >> reporter: lawyer also told me that he expects to hear from the sheriff's office this week about when and where the search of for spaulding was completed in the hospital. ed also explain why she was wearing street clothes one share of discovered her. >> jacqueline: no clouds remained at this hour. we still seek a little bit of cloud coverage but that was expected to clear through
the overnight hours. cooler conditions tonight in what we saw last night. check out the sierra still seen lingering snow flurries. it will leave to clear conditions and calmer conditions in the sierra. 59 in san for cisco and 58 in richmond. it will be warmer as we head into tomorrow afternoon. a little bit of fog expected tonight. warmer tomorrow am warmer to friday actually we will take a look at those temperatures into retreating forecast coming up! the white house continues to >> catherine: take heat
over its problem-ridden health care website. today on capitol hill, the website's administrator faced tough questions from a key house committee. shannon travis has the story. >> reporter:bias-free review of obamacare? >>"i look forward to the hearing to really get an honest, straight forward assessment of the status of the health care law." >> reporter:or political witch hunt? >>"democrats want to make the affordable care act work. congressional republicans don't." >> reporter:a fresh round of back-and-forth over obamacare, tuesday, as house lawmakers probed, praised or picked it apart. >>"we're barely 4 weeks into this one, and we're already declaring it dead." >>"now we're told everything would be ok very soon. so why should the american people believe you now?" >> reporter:in the hot seat:
>> reporter:the woman in charge of the problem- plagued obamacare website. in her testimony. a major mea culpa to the public. >>"i want to apologize to you that the website has not worked as well as it should." >> reporter:meanwhile: >> reporter:new questions over promises made by obama: >>"if you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan" >>"if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor" >> reporter:that's not exactly the case for millions of americans in the individual insurance market. >> reporter:an insurance industry source says: >> reporter:the majority of americans with individual plans will will find their policies changed or even canceled under obamacare rules. >> reporter:the white house says those whose plans change drastically will be able to buy more comprehensive coverage. >> "one of the issues that the affordable care act was designed to address was the
need to provide greater security to those americans who had no other option." >> reporter:and i'm shannon travis.kron-4 news. bellthe nfl trade deadline came and went today without much fanfare >> catherine: kron four executive sports producer jason appelbaum is here. to tell us if the 49ers or raiders made any moves. >> reporter: the 49ers' stood at six and two with a five game win streak coming by double digits scorning 30 more planes which makes them the third highest scoring team in the organization derrick they are getting it done! they have been very solid. the 49ers have spent the last weekend and have all been in serious miles but today on the heels of the blow out man of jaguar's coach harbaugh was
asked how did it feel to be back home? >> you get nine days away and the self, fresher facility fields and the food. comfort of your own bed in kids. >> reporter: they are on their bye week and players will get a few days off. then after stick november 10th gary will have the latest on the raiders' fraught. front. >> reporter: all talked about a fish and chips and not much else. there were glad to be home heating their own food and sleeping in their own bed.
>> catherine: i love that stuff. >> catherine: thanks jason >> catherine: new ahead. we asked to see some of your best halloween costumes and decorations. now we'll share some of them with you. >> catherine: winners and losers on wall street.,. including how video games sales -- stack up against movies.
>> catherine: now for today's market update. stocks were up again -- despite a lackluster report on retail sales. here are the final numbers. the dow jumped more than 100 points.finishing at a record high. >> catherine: the nasdaq was up 12. and the s&p was up 9 points - to another record high. >> catherine: kron4 finanical expert joined our own darya folsom to talk winners and losers on wall street today. >> reporter: michael course is that a winner or loser? i love michael cores kors.
>> i'm glad that you love michael core spirit keep in mind he is a designer from him that the foot wear. >> reporter: how about video games? and video games are big buyout bid? >> bigger than the movie industry. >> reporter: really? due to the cost? >> anyway, it hit $11 billion by 2015 it was 70 million last year. you have all of these new video games
becoming more realistic and it is entertaining. but like michael course we spent on luxury but we also spent on entertainment. >> reporter: i am more of the blood and guts type of guy. we have to plan for the up cup the apocalypse. >> reporter: how about i tried on google glass but this is the the want? which land ever half the glass or the watch. ? >> dix's the excess remarket its a pretty big market. the gold watch is the emblem it would be a smart personal
assistant and would have a really long battery life. i think that it looks ugly apple has caught up with something better with burberry and hardly the time and they know what they are doing >> reporter: i think the glass after using at.. i can see people paying $1,000 for it. >> reporter: is the problem with obama care. i have been talking about it a lot with extending the deadline. you are seeing a could be a problem for the whole economy >> i look at everything monetarily. so the health care initiative, what we are
running is that you we were promised to keep your old plan if you were an independent. but it shows a list of standard so that you would have to get yours dropped by the mandate and thus you will help pick up obama care which is more expensive. there has been this should equal better health care, but 150 to $300 in monthly expenses that will not go into home video games lamichael course will be a drain in on the economy. >> jacqueline: san francisco airport it was not that way this morning you could see lout low cloud cover to
appear it high temperatures today were on the cooler side just as what we expected mainly in the low 60s but that was it in santa rosa. 63 in san rafael for our inland valleys and 65 livermore and antioch. now, right now temperatures are about the slain: not if you did degrees. 60 and concord and san jose it is on to beat a chilly night to night. the colder air that the system run down with it in the combination of those two things leaving to chile temperatures. its push wahl
to the east now on its way to utah. we was the clear skies all the weight around tonight and into tomorrow especially in the afternoon. future test tomorrow with all the dark blue will represent to the dodgers and the forties. we will also seek upper '30's places like south bay. staying in the '50s for most of our bay shore spirit the upper 60s asset which represents in the fifties. sell a lot of stories of their low 40's livermore and pleasanton the north bay will be the chilliest spirit we would even see low '30's. this
will be in effect from 1 to 9:00 in the morning on on wednesday. you will like to give yourself extra time to defroster when chilled. windshield. >> jacqueline: 68 in pleasanton, 67 and concord. los '60s at the coast and the upper 60s for the north day. mama for halloween and friday. as we head into the weekend that will bring another gust of cooler temperature. >> jacqueline: for your trigger treaters not bad. largely in the upper 50s and
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>> catherine: at six. >>hundreds march to protest the fatal shooting of andy lopez in santa rosa. by a sonoma county deputy ak-47 assault rifle as a real gun. >> catherine: (male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> catherine: happening right now. there's a funeral mass underway for andy lopez. at the resurrection parish church in santa rosa. it follows a large protest. more on that later. but first -- >> catherine: kron4's charles clifford is live in santa rosa where the community has gathered to
remember andy lopez. charles? >> reporter: andy lopez general mess it is on the way about 20 minutes ago. last look at bill i captured about 20 minutes ago. the video. >> reporter: air is a full house tonight there is an overflow situation to them may have to move space to accommodate everyone. here covering not only tonight from but the visuals and marches. very emotional and busy week here in santa rosa with numerous visuals and brought several rally spurred a brother large rally earlier today and we will have more on that rally and a few minutes.
>> reporter: for now that is the very latest here as sonoma county could it >> catherine: more than a thousand protesters held a march through downtown santa rosa today. >> catherine: they're upset about the fact andy lopez was shot and killed by a deputy. >> catherine: some of the marchers were students - and they talked to kron four about why they were there. >>chanting >> i am going to keep marching and until we receive justin and justice for lopez. >> kind of do not feel safe all round the police
>> catherine: we're learning more about the deputy who shot and killed andy lopez. 48-year-old erick gelhaus shot lopez seven times. the 24-year veteran is an iraq war veteran who's also a firearms instructor. he's contributed to gun publications.and in 2008.he wrote an article for swat >> reporter: "today is the day you may need to kill someone in order to go home. >> reporter:somebody needs to be in charge, so make a decision." r >> reporter:and in the same article, he said "when you are caught in an ambush, you need to make your decisions immediately and carry them out just as >> reporter:you need to shut down the bad guys who initiated the ambush so that you can go home." >> reporter:keep it tuned here to kron four as we continue to follow the latest with the andy lopez protests. you can also get updates on our facebook and twitter pages, kron four-dot-com, and our new mobile app. >> catherine: for the second consecutive day, the woman in a double fatal d.u.i. case on the peninsula was unable to appear in court. >> catherine: 53-year-old marjorie reitzell was scheduled to be arraigned today - but was once again
excused because of medical reasons. menlo park police say she was drunk when she hit and killed a couple walking their dog thursday night. reitzell's >> catherine: brother made brief statement after the hearing was cancelled. >> catherine: prosecutors say reitzell's blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit. she faces two felony counts of vehicular manslaughter and two felony counts of driving under the influence. 1:30 p.m. preliminary >> catherine: there have been no arrests yet in the possible elder abuse investigation at a castro valley residential care home. on saturday -- deputies says they were called in to help rescue 14 elderly patients after most of the staff had left. >> catherine: that's after the facility had its licensed temporarily revoked by the state. tonight we're hearing allegations that the family running that facility -- also left 'another' group of seniors in a similar situation earlier this year. >>just like they did in
castro valley they did us >> reporter:janelle uvillas worked at oakland's eden manor assisted care home when it was under the same ownership as the now shuttered valley manor care facility in castro valley. the oakland care home is now under new management.but janelle says during the transition.she and six other staffers were left to care for 8 patients for approximently 16 hours a day.seven days a week for more than a month.without pay.and without enough supplies for the people they cared for. >>there's no food, every meal is like sandwich only >>it's like they don't care about us the residents and us the staff >> reporter:the oakland care home is now under new management who say the condition of the building when they took it over.was deplorable. >>it was murder >> reporter:73 year old ina wind was transferred out of
the castro valley home about seven months ago.she says the conditions were bad there.and she thinks the owners of valley manor should be criminally prosecuted. >> reporter:the state is currently trying to bar the owners of valley manor from ever operating or working in a california residential care says he disputes claims that residents there were not properly cared for and says his clients have asked the state's department of social services for a hearing. maureen kelly kron4 news. >> catherine: the plea hearing has been postponed.for the former ymca worker in morgan hill accused of molesting children. this is video of an earlier court appearance. >> catherine: nicholas ler- min-ae is accused of sexually abusing several children. between the ages of three and seven years old. he's also accused of possessing child pornography. >>he worked at the ymca child-care program at
paradise valley elementary school for 4 years before his arrest in july. l-her- min-ae could face life in prison. >> catherine: new at six. city lawyers are considering >> catherine: their next move - after a jury yesterday awarded 15 san francisco firefighters 3- point-7 million dollars in an age discrimination case. the 15 current and retired firefighters.all over 40 years old. won the award for back pay and damages. >> catherine: they filed the lawsuit in 20-10 - claiming that a written test for a promotion favored younger firefighters. the lawsuit also claimed the city changed scores - and shredded some of the results - before firefighters could legally challenge them. >> catherine: the city of burlingame has issued an alert for a 76 year old man who has not been seen since yesterday morning. police say ivor morris left his ralston avenue home around 9 am to walk his dog. >> catherine: his wife says the dog returned - but morris did not. his car is still parked at the house. he was last seen wearing a white sweatshirt and black sweat pants. police say he has no health problems.so his disappearance is a mystery. >> how many children still like they cannot be safe within their own community? >> catherine: trayvon
martin's mother appeared before members of congress today. what she wants a senate committee to do in light of her son's death. what we're learning about >> catherine: the texas man accused of going on a killing spree. the connection between him >> catherine: and his victims. and huge waves in portugal. one surfer takes them on. and rescues a fellow surfer in the process. his next stop - the maverick's contest in half moom bay. >> jacqueline: skies had cleared around the bay area. not a cloud inside but we will see chilly conditions not a cloud inside but we wi love watching tvditions outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles.
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attempted murder and other charges were filed today against samuel nneka and duran, the suspect in in in the recent shoot out and stand off with law enforcement and rose bill. >> one of the agents shot and i saw him going down. you shot your own man. that >> he is too busy running. >> reporter: roseville police are disputing bell's claims. they do not believe that is possible. meanwhile the investigation continues heat is expected to enter a plea on friday. he is not
eligible for bail. >> catherine: >> catherine: investigators now have a description of the man who may be a key witness in the case of alan spaulding. asian who was found dead in a stairwell at san francisco general hospital earlier this month. tonight. the witness is described as an asian man. thirty to 40 years old. 5 ft. 8 in. tall with a medium build. he was wearing a blue dress shirt and possibly a tie. police believe the man
also had an hospital id badge. it is the person who first reported finding spaulding in the emergency exterior stilwell's 17 days after she was reported missing from her hospital room. police say the men alerted a senior staff member, but then disappeared. investigators have not been able to identify the man and help someone can help. >> catherine: barry bonds is asking a federal appeals court to reconsider its refusal to overturn his felony obstruction conviction. his attorneys of the request but the ninth u.s. circuit court of appeals in san francisco. a three judge panel upheld his conviction and september. after a jury found bonds
guilty in april of 2011. he wants a special panel of 11 judges to 3 hear this case. bonds argue he was wrongfully convicted of obstruction of justice for giving a rambling but truthful answer during 2003 grand jury appearance. >> catherine: trade funds martin's mother testified today before a senate committee examining state your ground lost. florida team martin was fatally shot in a confrontation with neighborhood watch volunteer george zimmerman last year. the case brought attention to state stand your ground lost, even though it wasn't used as a defense. such laws allow people to use deadly force if they believe their life is in danger. >> catherine: martin's
martin's mother says the >> reporter:police in terrell texas say the man suspected of going on a killing spree monday knew several of the victims. police caught up to charles brownlow in a wooded area in the city early tuesday morning. >> reporter:investigators found five people dead across the city, and are still figuring out why it happened. "we have some indications, i don't really want to speculate on a motive we do have several theories that we're working." >> reporter:police were called to the first scene monday evening, and found brownlow's aunt, belinda young walker, shot in the head. >> reporter:a house a few blocks away was on fire. firefighters found the body of mary catherine brownlow. the >> reporter:once police found the connection, their search began for charles brownlow. >> reporter:at a third crime scene, witnesses say they saw the suspect, and heard gunshots. >> reporter:at scene number four, police discovered a man and woman dead. a three- year-old child was found unharmed in the home. police say brownlow knew the couple. it didn't stop there. a little later. a fifth person was found dead at a store.
officer spotted him. >>"had the police officer not intervened, i'm very concerned we would have had additional situations." >> reporter:that's when officers gave chase. the police chief says it all ended when brownlow crashed into a heavily-wooded area, and ran off. search crews in a helicopter closed in. >> "they were able to take him into custody without incident, and he was determined to be charles everett brownlow junior" >> reporter: i'm john lorinc reporting. >> jacqueline: give yourself some extra time to the defrost your mind shill before you head outwins dshield. >> jacqueline: 60 in downtown san francisco and the upper 60's for the north bay. here is a look at the extended forecast what 70's and the beef into the
weekend. we will see another system which will bring us a little bit more clout coverage and gusty winds. let's talk more about the trick or treat weekend. upper 50s and lower 60s into the our spirit >> catherine: coming up. campbell police release new surveillance video. after a shooting at a nightclub over the weekend. >> catherine: who police are searching for. >> catherine: plus latest in a series of spying allegations. what the white house is considering of doing, next! i love watching tv outside.
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right behind the guy wearing a cowboy hat. >> reporter:then you see another man walk into the club. wait a couple of seconds. to see the next two people a man and a woman walk through the door. >> reporter:the incident started when an employee asked a group of men to turn down their music in the parking lot around two a-m that's when one of the men reportedly shot the nightclub employee. >> reporter:police the group fled the scene and currently remain at large. the employee was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. anyone with information on the identity of these individuals are asked >> reporter:to contact the cambell police department. >> catherine: the latest in a series of spying allegations. with the n-s-a accused of not only tapping the phones of millions of americans. >> catherine: but also the phones of top allied leaders.
the house intelligence committee is asking questions. and talking about possible changes to the foreign intelligence surveillance act. >> we only spy for ballot form authorized by law with the multiple layers of oversight to ensure that we do not overact. >> catherine: , that project will cost? mountains of big bear in >> catherine: southern california.catching a lot of drivers off-guard. california.catching a lot of drivers off-guard. people who work in and now, during the "sign then drive" sales event,
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>> reporter: honor of his 30th this anniversary their pants to what neighborhood streets eight hours a day seven days a week for the next year. oakland's crime problem has taken a toll on business is still too fearful to shot fit closely at a separate security will help change that. >> catherine: is started this morning that a bear had climbed the tree of a church and school. police and wildlife officials cornered the bear and hit with a tranquilizer dart. just minutes ago police reported to that they had finally caught the bear after 12
hours of what it was thought to it. >> catherine: the ski resorts but not everyone who lives in the area is as excited as the fresh powder it is also bone chilling cold. the winter blues and and kind of blew out again. higher up resorts are reporting a foot of snow. the early dusting is encouraging species and used it begins in late november. ski >> jacqueline: 42 in
livermore and pleasanton with 44 and half moon bay frost advisory is also condition for the north bay hills. it will be low for a spirit >> jacqueline: still who won't we will continue the warming trend with halloween thursday and into friday as another storm moved to the north of us we will seek colder temperatures and gusty winds. >> catherine: some of you have been sending us those of your children in your pet to getting into the halloween spirit stupid e- mail us to breaking news at kron4 dot com or are facebook fan page. we will
show them on our facebook page and show some of them on the air. following is just a couple days ago but if you were to look through the small town it looks like christmas because of the committee jenner's ephors to offer a child a christmas possibly for the last time. his therapy is not working and he may only have a few weeks to live. the family and community one that devon and to see as celebrate christmas. >> we want him to have the best christmas he's ever had. >> i would hope that this would happen to my kid that the committee will come together and help support my family.
>> reporter: he will be able to see the decorations from his window. >> catherine: they will know when he peeks out that they are behind him. >> catherine: what people are leaving behind. stanley roberts shows us -- next. youave gh blood pssure ke i do, loofor werful coldin hbp withtdici with a heart.cocidin . this ia maof t preure pots omyt i arnewherthe ressas athe dscho's ft maingcent. then goty nuer, ich matched e cuom f ortticinrts t. find yr clest ot mpingcent at o i'a beever find yr clest ot mpingcent at o
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>> reporter:what are they? well lets just say they are not goodie bags, i know i will call them doggie bags, and not the type you might get from a restaurant >> reporter:did i just spoil you appetite? oh i'm sorry, maybe you might just want to step away from the table for the next few moments you see all up and down the newly designed path are doggie bags fill with . well you get the idea you see some people hsve gotten into the habit of playing hide and go seek with thiese safty barriers see its all coming together now isnt it >> reporter:the barriers are suppose to be sealed but if you look inside you might find water bottles and yes at one filled doggie bag >> reporter:you can't make this stuff up people! did i mention you can also find doggies bags in this safety barrel, yup nasty huh? >> reporter:the security
officer deceided to step up and dispose of the garbage and ues there are some trash cans available but inconsiderate people would rather toss them over a fence >> reporter:you know there is a sign that reads pack it in back it out that means you dog waste too >> reporter:on the bay bridge trail stanley roberts kron 4 news 1 >> catherine: the continents of europe and asia are now officially connected for the first time by an underwater railway tunnel. >> catherine: turkey's prime minister and president, along with the officials from japan and romania, were part of a special ceremony to inaugurate the giant rail system. the tunnel, the deepest of its kind, runs eight and a half miles long. >> catherine: it's part of a bigger, four-and-a-half billion dollar transportation project.
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