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. >> now at 11:00. >> my mom called. you need to come now. a baby got hit. >> a 3-year-old hit by a truck in the cross walk. >> she had the baby's blood all over her. >> this tragedy could have been avoided. kron4news starts now. >> this is the bay area's news. a 3-year-old child hit by a pick up truck in the cross walk. that child has been identified. he was with two other people crossing the street when they were all hit. kron4's alicia reed spoke with the distraught family.
>> reporter: there is a growing memorial for elijah. they crossed the street and a truck making a left plowed into them. the woman's daughter was pushing the stroller. they were also hit suffering minor injuries. the toddler didn't make it. he died after hour after the crash. >> he was an awesome little blond, blue-eyed 3-year-old. i never seen a 3-year-old so smart. he was brave and happy. >> reporter: the driver
remained at the scene cooperating and frantic. >> that 10 minutes we lost a little angel. >> reporter: the mom is distraught. her family is from salinas. she is making funeral arrangements there. alicia reed, kron4news. other activists are asking for stiffer charges for students accused of a hate crime. . >> what has happened has scrutinized the leadership i have provided. >> reporter: in a joint news conference, san jose state president said he failed the university.
>> what we need to do -- the decision making failed. i failed that student. we failed all of our students. >> reporter: the president pledged there would be an independent investigation about the incident with 4 white students. some students taped their mouths shut. >> this has been going on for a long time. >> i am a person of color. i deal with this everyday. it happens everyday. >> reporter: the naacp is asking the district attorney's office to up the charges from
misdemeanors to felonies. >> someone was terrorized for 8 to 10 weeks. >> reporter: the disict attorney will have to see if federal charges were violated. >> the charges with stand as filed for now. as we understand the outrage for those calling for stiffer charges, they are not a reflection of the degree of their racism but the criminal conduct. president obama making a trip to the bay area. he endured criticism. things grew testy in a brief
change in chinatown. who is the heckler? what does he want the president to do? justine waltman talked with him. >> reporter: undocumented and unafraid. the berkeley grad was hand selected to stand behind the president. that is him yelling as someone grabs his shoulder. he didn't go to the event with the intent to interrupt, but he didn't like what he heard. >> he just blamed on congress saying they are not doing their job. he is not doing his job. >> reporter: hong is very passionate about immigration reform. he was under arrest for civil
disobediance at another rally. he faced deportation every day. >> i am afraid for my family. my grandfather passed away. i couldn't go to his funeral because of my status. >> thousands of people are separated. >> that's exactly what we are talking about. >> that's why we are here. >> please use your executive order -- >> reporter: the outburst caused him to turn and talk to him. >> he can stay there. they feel deeply about the concerns for their family. what you need to know when i am
speaking as president of the united states, i come to this community, if in fact i could solve these problems without passing laws in congress i would do so. we are a nation of laws. >> his response was not impressive. he treated me like a kid. >> reporter: he said he would do it again. >> i firmly believe it was the right thing to do. i represent the voice of people who couldn't be at the rally. >> reporter: in san francisco, justine waltman. kron4news. a living facility abandoned patients. black friday lining up. a multiple shooting, details next. >> we have high clouds over the
. a shooting with multiple victims at 96th and olive. we have confirmed 7 male victims. 2 in critical condition and the rest expected to survive. this took place in the early evening hours. police still investigating and haven't released suspect descriptions or a motive. still to come the owner of the castro valley facility that abandoned patients. for some bay area residents black friday can't come fast enough. stay tuned with debra
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we are learning more about the owner hilda manuel. she never should have been allowed to run it in the first place. >> she had 4 nursing homes that she ran into the ground. >> reporter: advocates for nursing homes, patients were abandoned after shut down by the state. she said the state never should have granted manuel a license. the homes she ran in the 90s were riddled with trouble. >> all kinds of citations, illegal transfers, theft and loss, care violations, physical
environment negligent, death. she owns milpitas care center. a violation where the resident died. how can this happen? >> reporter: it happens because the state department of social services licensing division does a lucy lousy job. >> they don't do cross checks with the department of health. you say yeah, no i have never owned a facility. >> reporter: it is time for the state to stop dragging its feet. background checks have to be conducted differently. dan kerman, kron4news. members of the port of oakland voted for work stoppage
set for wednesday. they are not part of a union. they want a rate increase and a congestion fee if they are stuck in line more than two hours. nothing has changed. truckers previously stopped work in october. they haven't said how long this stoppage will last. black friday and just a few days away and many stores are opening on thanksgiving to give shoppers early opportunities. many of those shoppers got an early opportunity. >> can you believe it? they are starting to camp out at this best by. the tents set up, this is early. people are very dedicated coming out here 3 nights before black friday in the cold on the
concrete camping out. let's look in a tent. you have all the essentials in these tents. they are taking shifts. they have to go to the bathroom and eat. but they are sleeping in these tents. they have chairs and air mattresses, cards, chipses, even the hookah. everything to keep their minds occupied. why do they do it? >> safe sheaf a save a lot of money. >> reporter: how much? >> at least a thousand. >> reporter: they are hoping to get they great deal on a flat screen or ipad. whatever it is they will be
here at 6:00 in the evening. it is different than last year when stores opened at midnight. they will be ready. scott rates, kron4news. >> reporter: i hope they are ready for rain. not likely it will be on thanksgiving day, but there is a chance with increasing clouds and slightly warmer temperatures. a slight chance of precipitation. future casts change quickly. it moves into the coast. as we push toward tuesday evening, 10:00 clouds will persist into wednesday and thanksgiving. high temperatures tomorrow we have mid-60s and 66 in mountain view. san jose 64 will be the high in
fremont. east bay 60s as well. 64 in richmond and pleason pleasanton. 61 out by the coast. 62 for daly city and san rafael. 66 in napa. kron4 7-day. clouds, rain chance on thanksgiving. sunday is looking nice with sunny sky and a high of 67 for inland areas. hot rods and high tech cars thanksgiving night. we bring you a preview of the san francisco international auto show at 8:30 thanksgiving night. you can go to kron4.com to
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griffin one game without pay hitting a defenseless receiver. rivera in question. his status for the thanksgiving game in dallas. warriors will not have boget for a push and shove. he was tangled up with a receiver. the nba is trying to clean it up. they will not have their center when they play. anthony davis, pelicans tomorrow night. college hoops we have stanford and houston playing tonight. barkley center, they have all these holiday tournaments.
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