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blocks east of jackson. police say about8;40 friday morning, officers responded to a disturbance call. inside the home, now surrounded by orange crime scene tape, they discovered an adult female and an adult male, both suffering from stab wounds. the female victim was pronounced dead at the scene, the male victim was transported to the hospital where he is listed in stable condition. family members waited across the street as homicide investigators gathered evidence and canvassed the neighborhood. it's not clear who called police, whether the man and woman were attacked by an intruder or by someone else. here is san jose police spokeswoman gina tepoorten. (rob live) police said they are
(grant) another big story we're following tonight... country star eric church... struggled to hold back tears during a tribute to the victims of the las vegas shooting.(catherine) church was one of the headliners at the route 91 harvest festival - two days before a gunman opened fire on a crowd of thousands sunday night. during his performance in nashville - he had a message for his fans. (catherine) as law enforcement officials investigate the deadliest mass shooting in modern u-s history...people are coming together to honor the victims. (grant) at vigils large and small ... mourners and supporters are remembering the 58 people who were killed ... and hundreds more whose lives
will never be the same. karin caifa is there in las vegas with the very latest: las vegas is a city in mourning memorials have sprung up around the cityalong south las vegas boulevard, near the iconic "welcome to fabulous las vegas" sign, a somber sight...crosses bearing the name of each victim killed in the massacre sunday night. another memorial sits on the median of a road near the site of the shooting.it sees a steady stream of visitors ... some of whom come from the other side of the world.gerry kaye/visiting from thailand: "it's absolutely amazing, and warranted. it's been on everybody's mind. we've been thinking about this ever since three or four days ago."this as investigators continue to examine the life of the man who committed the crime.a law enforcement official says shooter stephen paddock recently tried to buy tracer ammunition ... which would allow him to see who he was hitting in the darkness.vigils continue in las vegas.(nats amazing grace)thousands turned out to honor las vegas metropolitan police officer charleston hartfield ... who was working to get others to safety when a bullet struck
and killed him sunday night.no font provided:"this is a man who demanded respect, there was something about the way he carried himself, an ora if you will... i could tell he was a leader among men."a grieving city leading the nation in sorrow ... but also determination to carry on.in las vegas, i'm karin caifa. (grant) we are getting more video of the moments just after the las vegas shooting massacre. this video shows a good samaritan stepping up to help save some of the victims. we want to warn you that parts of this video may be difficult to watch.< video of good samaritan loading victims into a truck to get them to the hospital.> (grant) you can see the man loading victims into
his truck to take them to the hospital. 58 people were killed and nearly 500 people were injured in that shooting. more than 100 people are still in the hospital this morning. (catherine) and happening tonight... the city of san jose will hold a vigil to honor shooting victim michelle vo...along with the others killed in the vegas massacre. (grant) michelle was a san jose native who was living in southern california. her sister cathy talked to kron four about the vigil...
just wanted to spread good in the world. i think she would want us to focus on the good. and keep that going in her memory."> (grant) tonight's vigil is set for 7:30 in front of the san jose city hall. our coverage of the las vegas tragedy continues at kron-4 dot com. you can hear more of the stories from survivors of the mass shooting. you can also stay connected to breaking news by downloading our free mobile app
(catherine) a feud between two first graders at loma vista elementary in vallejo might have sparked a confrontation between adults that turned deadly. the fatal shooting happened on the 100 block of kemper street at thursday morning. a neighbor who heard the shot says the victim confronted the family at this house over insults directed at the mother of one of the children. that sparked a brawl, which ended with the 51 year old man being shot and killed. loma vista employees were reportedly told at a staff meeting that two first graders were called to the office the day before the shooting -- because of "your mama" insults. a woman dropping off her grandchildren at the school today says that adults should never respond with violence over a squabble between children.
whether the killing was instigated by a children's disagreement.... and haven't released any suspect information. (grant) one person is recovering after being stabbed near a playground in san francisco. it happened early yesterday morning at around three a-m...on the corner of ellis and hyde streets near the tenderloin children's playground. police say the man is expected to be okay. no arrests have been made and police do not have a detailed description of the attacker. (grant) a store owner is attacked by two men who stole dozens of designer perfumes in fremont. the attackers are still on the loose tonight. it happened wednesday afternoon in the fremont hub shopping center. police say the two people filled up store bags with over 80 bottles of fragrances. when the alarm went off...the manager confronted them and was then attacked. police
have not yet released a detailed description of the attackers or the condition of the man attacked. general warming trend with dry weather through the end of the week and into the weekend. dry offshore winds will impact some of the higher peaks and ridges off and on again late this week into early next week. slightly cooler weather expected next week.
bridge. a spectacular sight - kicking off three days of events for the 37th annual san francisco fleet week. (grant) kron four's philippe djegal talked with families impressed by the show. (philippe) led by san francisco fire boat saint francis... and, a spectacular water show to compliment the entrance... the u-s-s essex passes under the iconic golden gate bridge... visually remarkable for those who showed up to the marina green in san francisco... for a close-up shot of the impressive ships.harish selvakumar/12-year-old- "it's tense and its crowded, but at the same time, its kind of beautiful. because theres a landmark, and there's fighter jets and aircraft carriers." harish (huh-reesh) selvakumar and his friend ashwin vasant, taking part in fleet week for the first time. both visiting from foster
city. here not only to check out the ships, but also the f-16 fighter jets flying above.ashwin vasant/11- years-old- "today's a perfect day. usually when we come here, its really foggy, but now it's like super sunny, so, you get like a perfect view of both." the u-s navy wasn't alone. the u-s coast guard also had boats in the water. todd kopp made the trip down to the bay area from canada... and, felt a sense of pride seeing the canadian navy celebrated as well. as the h-m-c-s winnipeg passes by. todd kopp/visiting from canada- "and, today's actually my 48th birthday. so, its birthday present for me, yeah." what a way to celebrate... catching the action with his parents who joined him on this trip... everyone snapping photos of warships and aircrafts... leaving with memories to stand the test of time. in san francisco, kron four news. (grant) kron four is your fleet week station... we will be streaming today's show on kron4.com and the mobile app. and this saturday -- we'll bring you the blue angels performance live on our air... the show begins at 2 p-m. now we want to go to dave sphar with a look at your fleet week forecast.
(catherine) a warning if you're heading to the beach this weekend... cal-fire is warning about severe beach hazards for parts in the bay area... still ahead - some ways to stay safe.(grant) plus... a parent is outraged by a homework assignment for his child... what a teacher assigned and how the school is now responding.(catherine) and... we'll explain why your commute could be shorter next week on a bay area freeway... that's after the break.
(grant) shorter commute times are expected next week with the opening of express lanes on interstate 6-80. (catherine) the lanes will run from walnut creek to san ramon... and anyone willing to pay will be able to use them. kron 4's camila bernal explains driving from san ramon to san francisco can sometimes take about two hours 15: 37 i can't stand being in my car four hours a day sometimeskristina calvert makes the drive daily in her opinion, the afternoon commute is the worst 14:49 it starts at like 2:30 or 3 and it last until 7to alleviate the congestion, the metropolitan transportation division will open an express lane in each direction of 680-available for anyone who has a fastrack.1:51 as the drivers move in to the express lane that should free up more space in the adjacent mixed flow lanescarpoolers, buses, motorcycles and clean air vehicles will be able to use the express lanes for free if they have a fastrackflex, solo drivers will have to pay a toll 3:12 there's a minimum price of 50 cents for each zone so at the time of lowest demand say 5am anybody traveling
through the entire corridor would be paying 1 dollar but as the congestion increases so does the toll price and so far, there is no limit7:44 depending if i'm running late, i mean i'd pay 5 bucks to get there i wouldthe lanes will be open from 5am until 8pm but if they are at capacity, solo drivers will not be allowed to use them4:48 travelers who are moving on the corridor are going to likely reap the biggest benefits on what we call the shoulder of the commute-- that is just before the real peak and just after the real peakbut officials can't promise a dramatic improvement of traffic during the peak hours.16:09 it depends on how frustrated i am probably like 5 bucks a day i would paycamila: the express lanes open on monday at 5am there will be an initial grace period for those who enter the express lane without a fastrak. in san ramon, camila bernal kron 4 news (catherine) we're now learning the name of the woman who fell off a cliff last night in san francsico. 36-year-old san francsico.last night in fell off a cliff woman who name of the learning the we're now (catherine)
(catherine) we're now learning the name of the woman who fell off a cliff last night in san francsico. 36-year-old arezoo yu-sufi of tracy died yesterday at fort funston. firefighters say when they arrived they found a woman on the beach below the cliffs. those cliffs are roughly 300 feet high..... witnesses say the woman walked out onto a viewing platform above the cliffs, jumped the fence and walked out to the edge of the cliff. (grant) severe beach hazards are predicted in san mateo and santa cruz counties through tomorrow morning. cal fire is offering tips to help beachgoers stay safe.
they recommend that you "buddy up," meaning go with friends or family. never take your eyes off the ocean. "sneaker waves" can crash down when least expected. if your dog or pet gets swept out to sea...ádo notá attempt to rescue it. dogs are usually able to make it back to land....people who try to help them...often have worse luck. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. general warming trend with dry weather through the end of the week and into the weekend. dry offshore winds will impact some of the higher peaks and ridges off and on again late this week into early next week. slightly cooler weather expected next week.
preparing for a possible hurricane over the weekend. tropical storm nate has already killed at least 20 people across central america. andrew spencer reports that officials are doing what they can to make sure people aren't caught off guard, if nate makes landfall in the u.s. it's not a hurricane yet, but the winds and rains from tropical storm nate still managed to ravage parts of honduras, costa rica, and nicaragua.now, officials are preparing for an expected landfall along the u-s gulf coast this weekend.mayor mitch landrieu, new orleans: "given these threats, i have declared a state of emergency for the city of new orleans."...as forecast tracks had new orleans in nate's path, mayor mitch landrieu encouraged people to be prepared.mayor mitch landrieu, new orleans: "i want to stress there's no need to panic, we just need to be ready for heavy wind and heavy rain."some people are already filling up their gas
tanks and stocking up on whatever they might need if the power goes out.bill scott is tying up his boat, before the marina closes.bill scott, boat owner: "it's like anything else. you've got to secure your property. you hopefully prevent missile damage: that is chairs and things that get blown up in the air and sail forth to hurt other people."nate isn't anywhere near the size and power of irma or harvey or maria, but officials still aren't taking it lightly.gov. john bel edwards, louisiana: "don't underestimate this storm, because you think it may be a tropical storm or a category one. those are serious enough. it could be worse than that, however." ...and they're making what preparations they can as well. gov. rick scott, florida: "as we find out where this storm is going, then i'll work with the white house to make sure that fema provides everything that they can provide."i'm andrew spencer, reporting (grant) the death toll in puerto rico continues to rise following hurricane maria. two more people have died...that's 36-total now. a body was discovered under the ruins of a house...and another person was killed by a
falling tree while clearing a road. the hurricane left the puerto rico's infrastructure and communications crippled, with electricity and water in short supply. authorities say just over 10-percent of the island has power. (catherine) coming up... kron four is getting ready for fleet week... we'll show you some of the events planned for the weekend.(grant) and... hear why a parent is shocked at what a school assigned for his son in middle school. that is after the break.
(grant) in georgia... a father is upset at his son's middle school...because of a homework assignment that includes the nazi party.(grant) this is a picture of the assignment called... "nazi party mascot." parent jamie brown says his son came home and showed him what his social studies teacher assigned. the instructions were to create a colorful illustration to represent the mascot for the nazi party.
(catherine) we continue to honor the victims of the mass shooting in las vegas... family and friends are working on a memorial for stacee etcheber, the novato resident and wife of a san francisco police officer who was killed in the shooting.. (grant) many are still in a state of shock about her death and reminising about what a great person she was etcheber worked as a hairdresser in novato. kron fours terisa estacio joins us from novato tonight friends and clients rave about how much stacee loved her craft as a hairdresser - today i caught up with one of her clients who has known stacee for several decades and says she and so
many others in this community are crushed about her death. 2148 i still can't believe it sheila-merle johnson says she has known stacee etcheber for years - she used to do her hair and until her tragic death in the las vegas massacre - used to see her all of the time when she would come to the salon where stacee worked in novato. sheila. i still walk in the door, expecting to see her, laughing communicating with her clients in such a positive way. no one was in - but you could see flowers inside in loving memory of stacee. sheila- merle had stopped by to drop of a buddha statue she says she is concerned with the trauma everyone is feeling in dealing with stacee's death, as well as the shooting in general as the nation tries to cope with the unexplainable. sheila-merle. i was about to deliver a statue, of love and serenity. i worry about how violent everything has gotten. plans for a memorial are in the works, for stacee - the
wife of a san francisco police officer and devoted mother of two children. sheila-merle. i can't imagine how they are doing. so awful to lose someone so important in their lives. sheila-merle says she was unable to attend the vigil held in this commmunity for stacee, but that there was a suggestion that those who could not make it put a candle in their window and she said she did that, and so did many others. in novato, terisa esatcio (grant) tonight gun control
advocates are urging congress to re-evaluate the nation's weapons laws in the wake of the las vegas massacre. even the n-r-a says its open to exploring possible changes. but as kron four's white house correspondent mark meredith explains, the focus isn't all on federal laws. kathleen krepps with "moms demand action" is urging congress to quickly ban possession of the gun accessory known as "bump stocks"."this is just not acceptable to be in civilian hands" investigators say the gunman in sunday's las vegas massacre used bump stocks to fire more rounds faster. democrats and a growing number of republicans are supporting the proposed ban.republican congressman carlos curbelo of florida. this might be a small but a
very important step toward moving us to a more rational conversation about sensible gun policy in this country." the national rifle association says it supports a review of "bump stock" devices.but the group is also pushing lawmakers in a different direction.the n-r-a wants congress to make it legal to carry concealed weapons in every statethe n-r-a adds in a statement quote: "banning guns from law-abiding americans based on the criminal act of a madman will do nothing to prevent future attacks. "so far, the trump administration is not taking sides. white house press secretary sarah sanders "i think that this administration's position is extremely clear. we would look at taking any steps we could to prevent something like this from happening."but krepps tells us the fight to ban the devices goes well beyond washington. "we have decided to take our fight that's' where were doing it and were having win states"to state and federal lawmakers to eventually decide what those steps in washington, i'm mark meredith. (catherine) the trump administration has now issued a rule limiting women's access to birth control under the affordable care act. the
rule allows more employers to opt out of providing no-cost birth control - for religious and moral reasons. the rules now in place are supposed to provide birth control to women at no additional charge to employees and their dependents. during the obama administration - it was seen as a form of preventive care. house minority leader...nancy pelosi is calling the decision a "new low" for the trump administration. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. general warming trend with dry weather through the end of the week and into the weekend. dry offshore winds will impact some of the higher peaks and ridges off and on
(grant) will tran reports from marina green with more on what you can expect this weekend. fleet week is not just the sea and sky.there's also a lot of activities on land like at marina green where you see multiple agencies here including the military in the event of a disaster.let's face it we live in earthquake countryyou can see the u.s. navy here.they have emergency vehicles herethey have their triage set up that they can respond to an earthquake and god forbid another shooting they can rush in and help. marina green is also a great place to see the blue angelsif you can't make it down here then we will stream the event for you on kron four dot com. if you can't make it down here we got you covered.more than a million people expected to attend so public transportation will be tough in terms of parkingbut if you can make it bring the kids down here and see all the military might if you can.they have shown it off lately with
the hurricanes we have seen. and of course living in the bay area we are always aware of natural disastersreporting from san francisco will tran kron 4 news (grant) and a reminder... kron four is your fleet week station... we are getting you ready for all the high fliying action.. we mentioned our special "blue angels live" show....it starts tomorrow at 2 in the afternoon. we'll also beven be hightlighting parts of the snowbirds performance... the show begins at 2 p-m. (catherine) coming up....
submitted a bid for the all- star game....at chase center in san francisco. the team did not release many specifics...but did say the bid was submitted for as early as 20-21. the warriors new arena is expected to open in the fall of 20-19. (catherine) coming up... president trump expected to make major foreign policy changes next week. we'll explain after the break.
location. it would bring more jobs to the region. but how far will a city go to win the bid. well, san jose sam liccardo is drawing the line. we'll tell you what he said about getting amazon to his city. and we are learning tonight about a data breach in palo alto.. and how some personal information about palo alto high school students are at risk. we are working on those stories for you at six.. but right now, let's get back to the news at five. (catherine) president trump -- declining to elaborate on a cryptic remark he made during a photo-op with military leaders. he said it was quote "the calm before the storm" -- but wouldn't clarify what he meant. it comes as officials tell c-n-n that the president plans to decertify the iran nuclear deal next week.
joe johns has the story. minutes after a meeting with top military leaders -- president trump raising eyebrows with átheseá cryptic words -- trump: "do you guys know what this represents? all of this? maybe it's the calm before the storm."reporter: "what's the storm?"trump: "could be the calm -- the calm before the storm."when pressed by reporters -- president trump refusing to clarify: reporter: "from iran?" reporter: "on isis?"reporter: "what storm, mr. president?" trump: "we have the world's great military people in this room, i will tell you that." reporter: "what storm, mr. president?"trump: "you'll find out."the white house -- also declining to elaborate on what "storm" the president was referring to.but his administration is currently confronting a árangeá of urgent foreign policy matters - - including iran, north korea, isis and niger -- where three u.s. green berets were killed this week. two senior officials tell cnn that the president is planning to "decertify" the iran nuclear deal next week -- trump: "they have not lived up to the spirit of their agreement." going against the advice of his top national security advisers -- including
secretary of state rex tillerson and defense secretary james mattis.sen. angus king: "do you believe it is in our national security interest at the present time to remain in the jcpoa?" mattis: "yes, senator, i do" the decision would kick the matter to congress -- which would then have 60 days to determine a path forward. earlier thursday -- the president -- publicly admonishing his generals about the time it takes the pentagon to provide him with military options with this stunning rebuke -- trump: "moving forward, i also expect you to provide me with a broad range of military options - when needed at a much faster pace. i know that government bureaucracy is slow but i am depending on you to overcome the obstacles of bureaucracy." (catherine) president trump later weighed in on virginia's hotly contested
gubernatorial race. he tweeted a false accusation that the democratic candidate is fighting for the ms-13 killer gangs. (grant) happening today... movie mogul harvey weinstein has been suspended from the movie production company he co-founded. this comes after several women said he's sexually harassed them. the allegations span three decades and include at least eight legal settlements he's paid out.. one of the accusers is actress ashley judd. his company has produced films such as good will hunting. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. general warming trend with dry weather through the end of the week and into the weekend. dry offshore winds will impact some of the higher peaks and ridges off and on again late this week into
again late and ridges off the higher peaks impact some of will offshore winds weekend. dry and into the end of the week the weather through trend with dry general warming general warming trend with dry weather through the end of the week and into the weekend. dry offshore winds impact some of the higher peaks and ridges off and on again late this week into early next week. slightly cooler next week. (grant) coming up... hear how a woman who went through a terrible accident, is working to help others deal similar challenges as her own. (grant) a texas woman
survives being hit by a drunk driver. seven years, twenty surgeries and two amputations later... she is now doing what she can to help other amputees cope with losing a limb. mona patel set up a foundation to offer support services, resources, fitness programs and even provides home and automobile modifications... to amputees in san antonio, texas.
here's her story... man: i lost my leg in a work- related accident.woman: two years ago, i had sepsis. man: i was in a motorcycle accident. man: i got a staph infection, and mrsa came in.mona patel: once we lose a part of our body, there are just so many questions. will i ever be able to work again? how will i take care of my children?woman: i've only been an amputee since december. it's strange to learn how to walk again - it's a new world. mona patel: the power of peer support - it's tremendously invaluable - and that's what we do for each other here. i think the big catalyst of me doing what i do is because i lived it. age 17, i was struck by a drunk driver. i flew up about 12 feet and then he pinned me between his car and a metal railing. it feels a little tall.i vowed that, once i got back on my feet, i would start a support group.woman: i hit a really rough patch after and went through a lot of self-doubt and uhmona patel: anywhere from 30 to 60 amputees get together once a
month and share stories of strength and resilience.woman: it's hard to do anything but i love being here. it's wonderful.mona patel: you're a fighter. woman: yeah, can't stop. mona patel: that's right. tony! doctors, case managers, call me to provide individual support. you can get through it. here you are, you're smiling, you're comfortable, and very hopeful right?we will provide prosthetic limbs to those that have no access to any other options and resources.so they put these two in right here... we'll do basic home modifications, car modifications man: look mom, no legs! man: alright, ready? begin! mona patel: and i really try to promote healthy lifestyles, staying physically fit.three, two, one - good job! late 2015, there was a group of nine amputees that summitted mt. kilimanjaro.man: my shoulders are burning so bad. y'all are gonna have to roll me back down the hill. mona patel: we show others that we physically climbed this mountain and you too, can climb any mountain in your life.we are going to see you running in a couple of months. and then you're going to lead boot camp with darryl over there. (nat: cheering, clapping) mona patel: part of my job is to remind people that we are so much more than just a body part. man: i know what i am and i know what i can do. you going to let the leg do you or are you going to do the leg?mona patel: we can either lay down and let our circumstance overtake us, or we can stand up and take charge. she is walking! (nat: applause) we are stronger than any circumstance that comes our way.
fatal attack.. and how it may be related to a verbal exchange of insults among young children.(catherine) and the spectacle in the bay this weekend. there might be roaring action in the sky.. but the ships are putting on their own show for fleet week. (steve) we have you covered right here on kron 4. the news at six starts in 70 seconds.
insults exchanged by first graders at a valljeo elementary school may be the reason why a father is dead tonight. good evening i'm steve aveson( catherine ) and i'm catherine heenan... pam is off tonight. kron4 news has learned that staff at loma vista elementary school were told that the fatal shooting of a parent stemmed from an incident at
school the day before. the violent confrontation happened around 10:15 thursday morning on the 100 block of kemper. kron4's maureen kelly talked to a neighbor - who heard the shot. kids' feud may have sparked murdervallejodelvonte rivers heard the gunfire15-32 premiella kumarvictim's neighbor105-118me118-130 std chalk outlines and bloodstains mark the place where the 51 year old man was fatally shot in front of this house wednesday morning.a neighbor who heard the gunfire says the victim confronted the family at this house over insults directed at the mother of one of the children.it happened with the neighbors and the kids and some of the kids down the street with your mom sucks or your mama jokes and it escalated with the man down the street wanting to fight he ended up getting shotthe victimidentfied by neighbors only as keith, a father of four, lived a few homes down from where he died. his mother in law said no one at home wanted to talk to the media. it's unclear whether or not the squabble between the kids originated on here on street.or at loma vista elementray. a source with the vallejo unified school district says employees were informed at an staff meeting
thursday that two first graders were called to the office the day before the shooting because of "your mama" insults. a woman who lives across the street from where the killing took place says she'd never the two families argue before, and thinks the whole situation is just sad.kids are kids but adults need to be adults and not talk with a gun. had they not had a gun maybe they would just have had a fist fight and nothing like this would have happened today so a lesson to learnvallejo police would not substaniate that the killing was instigated by a children's disagreement, citing the ongoing investigation.police have not made an arrest in this case and have yet to release any suspect information.maureen kelly kron4 news (steve) in the south bay... a high school teacher has been placed on administrative leave after being arrested for stealing at a mall.(steve) 46-year-old tom tran was arrested on thursday for stealing two coach bags from a store earlier this year. tran was a teacher at mount pleasant high school.
school district officials say they are waiting on more information before making a decision on tran's future with the district. (2-shot/steve) two people were stabbed, one fatally this morning in san jose.(2- shot/catherine) it happened on the 25-hundred block of story road on the city'seast side. kron four's rob fladeboe reports that police haven't said much yet about what happened.. for much of the day homicide investigators could be seen coming and going from a home here on the 25-hundred block of story road, a couple of blocks east of jackson. police say about8;40 friday morning, officers responded to a disturbance call. inside the home, now surrounded by orange crime scene tape, they discovered an adult female and an adult male, both suffering from stab wounds. the female victim was pronounced dead at the scene, the male victim was transported to the hospital where he is listed in stable condition. family members waited across the street as homicide investigators gathered evidence and canvassed the neighborhood. it's not clear who called police, whether the man and
woman were attacked by an intruder or by someone else. here is san jose police spokeswoman gina tepoorten. officer gina tepoorten/san jose policerob fladeboe/san jose "....this is the 24th homicide insan jose so far this year. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news ( catherine ) here's the latest on our
big story tonight. investigators still do not have a motive for the for the deadly las vegas shooting.. they're digging into stephen paddock's background looking for any possible clues. today we learned that paddock bought a thousand rounds of tracer ammunition from a private seller....and met the person at a gun show in phoenix. tracer bullets can light up the path of fired bullets so shooters can check their aim. the bullets were bought a month ago. ( catherine ) in the bay area... family and friends are working on memorial service for the las vegas victims. among them... stacee etcheber. ( steve ) she is the wife of a san francisco police officer and worked as a hairdresser in novato. kron 4's terisa estacio spoke to some of those who knew her best... and joins us live from novato tonight. she says many of them are still in shock over what happened. this is very tough time for those who were friends and clients of stacee etcheber, a former client i talked with today says it is nearly impossible to imagine stacee
not being around, she was just a wonderful and giving person, dedicated to her craft as a hairdresser and so much more. (estacio reporting) 21:22 she was so vibrant, she loved her children, i am going to miss her. sheila-merle johnson came to ciao bella hair salon in novato where stacee etcherbe worked to drop off a buddha statue. sheila-merle. i am worried about everyone. sheila-merle says she first met stacee several years ago and thought highly of her as a stylist. sheila-merle. "she really paid attention to her clients. now sheila-merle says she is in a state of shock like so many others that the warm, kind mother and wife of a san francisco police officer died in that horrible shooting in las vegas. stacee loved country music and her friends tell me that she was really looking forward to seeing jason aldean play. now they and others are involved in planning her memorial. roxanne davis. it will be special, just like stacee. earlier in the week, there was a vigil in the community so many attended to lend support to stacee's family and friends. sheila-merle. i couldn't go, but it said online to put a candle in the window so i did that. (estacio)
tonight: a vigil is planned for one of the bay area victims in the las vegas massacre. michelle vo is among the 58 people mowed down in the sunday night rampage. she grew up in the south bay and worked for a tech company in mountain view before moving to southern california. today we spoke to michelle's sister who is trying to remain positive. tonight's vigil is suppose to start at 7-30 in front of to start at 7-vigil is suppose tonight's on the good."> tonight's vigil is suppose to start at 7-30 in front of san jose city hall. michelle's sister says the public is more than welcome to attend. (( catherine )) a live look outside right now... (( steve áá )) as we get our first look at the four
zone forecast with chief meteorologist brittney shipp. general warming trend with dry weather through the end of the week and into the weekend. dry offshore winds will impact some of the higher peaks and ridges off and on again late this week into early next week. slightly cooler weather expected next week.
(catherine) bart has been hit with a big fine by california over the death of two workers. the transit agency is going to have to pay 220-thousand dollars for a 2013 accident near the walnut creek station. the two men were inspecting the tracks when a train hit them... both had their backs to the train which is a violation of safety rules. this is the second time bart has been fined over the deaths. cal-osha also penalized bart... a decision that's being appealed. the deaths happened in the middle of a strike by bart employees. ( steve ) lower commute times are expected next week
with the opening of express lanes on interstate 680. the lanes will run from walnut creek to san ramon and anyone willing to pay will be able to use them. carpoolers, buses, motorcycles and clean air vehicles will be able to use the express lanes for free if they have a fastrack-flex, solo drivers will have to pay a toll there's a minimum price of 50 cents for each zone so at the time of lowest demand, anybody traveling through the entire corridor would be paying 1 dollar but as the congestion increases so does the toll price. ( steve ) the lanes will officially open monday at 5am they will be open every day from 5 to 8pm. ( steve ) drivers mights notice a little smoother ride in oakland. the city says it has repaired nearly 28- hundred potholes over the past
three weeks. by the end of the year, city plans to have filled in at least 20-thousand potholes. that will easily eclipse the number of potholes patched last year. the city says it filled almost 18- thousand. the money for the project comes from a transportation measure passed by voters last november. ( catherine ) there's been a big security breach at a high school on the peninsula. the g-p-as, names and student numbers of students at palo alto high school showed up on what the district is calling a rogue website. the website has been shut down and the district is now working to figure out if the breach could be bigger than just the website. the students affected are in grades ten through 12. police are also involved in the investigation. fleet week picking up steam as the parade of ships is on full displayon a beautiful day in the bay area, we'll take you there also - how badly does san jose want to be the home base for amazon's secondbig
overhead for fleet week... the show favorites -- the blue angels... the navy's elite team.( steve ) we have seen them practicing all week... and they got in another tune up today before the big show tomorrow. kron 4's dan kerman joins us live with more of today's aerial acrobatics. ( steve ) ( steve ) what a day to
spend along the bay... today, the parade of ships passed under the golden gate bridge.( catherine ) a spectacular sight kicking off three days of events for the 37th annual san francisco fleet week. kron four's philippe djegal talked with families impressed by the show. (philippe) before the blue angels took flight... the air force f-16 viper twisted and turned above the san francisco bay... jump starting a weekend of acrobatic airshows.diane larosa/lives in sf- "i don't think you can be any better than this. this is, and the weather today is perfect. this is our, this is our san francisco octobers that are always special." diane larosa lives in san francisco, but is taking in fleet week as a spectator for the first time. enjoying the world-famous event with her friends visiting from connecticut. diane larosa/lives in sf- "and, watching and hearing the stories just broadens my appreciation all, for all that the servicemen do for us, and all the other things that they do for us. all around the whole world, you know, it just, its breathtaking and it's humbling."jane seagrave/visiting from connecticut- 'just to be here, on this beautiful day, to see the golden gate bridge, alcatraz and the ships with all the, all the servicemen standing at attention, it's just, it's amazing." the parade of ships kicked off the days events. the u-s-s essex leading the way... followed by other u-s navy and
coast guard ships.ashwin vasant/11-years-old- "it was huge."harish selvakumar/12- year-old- "it's really exciting for me, because i want to be a fighter pilot, and it's my first time seeing a working aircraft carrier and fighter jets and i'm really excited." an astonishing show of force... that by the week's end will have attracted more than a million people in support of the u-s military. in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( steve ) kron four is your fleet week station...
we are getting you ready for all the high flying action.. tomorrow -- we'll bring you the blue angels performance live exclusively on our air... the two hour spectacular starts at 2 p-m... running until 4. be sure to tune in to catch one of the best aerial teams on the planet. ( catherine ) if planes and ships aren't your thing...there's also a big music festival going on this weekend in golden gate park. hardly strictly bluegrass kicked off this afternoon. it runs through sunday night and features 7 stages of performers - including t-bone burnett and emmylou harris. the festival draws thousands of people to the park every year. let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist brittney shipp
joins us now with the four zone forecast. general warming trend with dry weather through the end of the week and into the weekend. dry offshore winds will impact some of the higher peaks and ridges off and on again late this week into early next week. slightly cooler weather expected next week. (( áá catherine / two shot áá )) is san jose willing to give amazon big tax breaks to get their new headquartersbuilt in the city? (( áá v.o. áá )) (( áá catherine / two shot
san jose mayor sam liccardo says he will not get into a bidding war for amazon's new headquarters. last month the online retail giant announced plans to build a second headquarters. the mayor says he will not offer taxpayer subsidies as a way to entice amazon. liccardo penned an op-ed in the wall street journal laying out his case. he says the subsidies are a bad deal for the citizens and they would lose out. the headquarters could bring as many as 50- thousand jobs. philadelphia, minneapolis and dallas are some of the cities that have indicated they will submit proposals to amazon. ( catherine ) o-j simpson is staying in las vegas - at least for now. he registered today at police headquarters there. as part of his parole... he has to report to his state parole officer monthly. and if he
decides to move - he'll need to get permission. his attorney had earlier indicated simpson might want to settle in florida... but he hasn'tsubmitted any paperwork on that yet.. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) hurricane season continues to torture families along the gulf coast,we'll tell you evacuation details in advance of tropical storm nate(( áá v.o. / catherine áá )) he's supposed to be out for several weeks, but that didn't stop derek carr from practicing a second day in a row with the oakland raiders(( áá v.o. / steve áá )) the final deadline for applications to the daca program has come andgone, but now some lawmakers are stepping up to say dreamers didn't have enough time.
you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate. for all the streaming and the shopping and the newsing, but most of all... for the this. internet for one everyday simple price and no extra monthly fees. (catherine) yesterday was the last day to submit renewal applications for daca. that's the program that allows undocumented immigrants who arrived in the u.s. as children to continue to work or study here. kron's washington correspondent alexandra limon explains why some lawmakers say there wasn't enough time. ááápkgááá trt 1:40nats thousands of people took to the streets around the country thursday - to protest the daca deadlinemonica perez says she was always hesitant about
applying.monica perez / daca recipient 10-18for us, for my family, that was one of the questions, like should you apply. because not only are you at risk but the whole family is at risk.the deadline for renewal was thursday and the department of homeland security estimates 32 thousand people didn't renew.democratic senators criticized republicans for the ending daca and any protections from deportation.sen. kamala harris / california (d) 31- 37not one of them was willing to say we will stand by the word that we made, when we said we would not share that information with icesen. elizabeth warren / massachusetts (d) 38-43 america should keep its promises but donald trump has turned his back. he has headed in the opposite direction.to renew: applicants need 5- hundred dollars in application fees - and there was only a thirty day notice.democrats say for people in recently storm battered states like florida and texas - there was not enough time.sen. harris 58- 1:06 those two states which just experienced some of the greatest devastation that nature could bring, are you willing to give an extension to them? and they said no.the department of homeland secuity issued a statement saying: "we strongly disagree with any characterization of the deadline as "arbitrary" or "unfair." daca recipients have routinely been advised to
submit renewal applications 120-150 days in advance,"a spokesman for the department of homeland security tells me 154,000 people were eligible to renew their daca permits by oct 5th. but about 21 percent haven't those numbers could change, final numbers are expected next week.in washignton alexandra limon. ( steve ) the number of dead from hurricane maria in puerto rico is now at 36 tonight. the island is struggling to recover and get its infrastructure back up and running. only about 10-percent of the people have electricity... 15-percent have cellphone service. a little over half of the population has running water. the length of the power outages is having a trickle down effect. theu-s food and drug administation says this could cause a drug shortage/ ( steve ) hurricanes are being blamed for the u-s
economy losing jobs in september. economists had expected a gain of 90-thousand jobs... instead 33-thousand jobs were lost. it is the first monthly employment decline in seven years. they are pointing to the devastation from hurricanes harvey and irma. the downturn is expected to be short lived as the areas hit by the hurricanes being to rebuild. despite the loss of jobs... the unemployment rate went down to four- point-two percent last month. ( catherine ) the storm season is far from over.. tonight -- new orleans is under a hurricane warning. tropical storm nate is expected to hit the gulf coast as early as tomorrow night. the national hurricane center is forecasting the storm will intensify and become a hurricane by the time it makes landfall along the gulf.. nate has already ripped through central america and the yucatan peninsula... killing at least 21 people. it would be the third storm to hit the u-s mainland in six weeks. here in san jose two people were stabbed, one fatally early this morning. here in san jose two people
were stabbed, one fatally early this morning. officers were called to a home on story road near gallahad to investigate reports of a disturbance inside. they found an adult woman, pronounced dead at the scene and an adult male, who is now in the hospital in stable condition. police wold not say anything about a possible motive for the violence. it was the 24th homicide in san jose so far this year. in san jose rob
in san francisco.... the parade of ships kick started a day of fleet week events. u-s navy, u-s coast guard and even candadian ships passed under the golden gate bridge into the bay... all leading up to a weekend of airshows that could attract more than one million people. some people showed up several hours early to the marina green for a prime spot to catch all of the action... and the armed forces did not disappoint. in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news.
again late this week into early next week. slightly cooler weather expected next week. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) here's an (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) here's an out of this world opportunity? how'd you like to land a family memberon mars for their birthday? well nasa is giving that opportunity to a special few.we'll tell you
the public the opportunity to do just that.(steve) n-a-s-a will be launching space craft insight into space soon. not only will it be carrying several science instruments, but it will also be carrying microchip containing your names. insight will be studying the red planet. n-a-s-a says name submissions will be accepted through november 1. the space craft will land on mars november 20-18. in sports -- the 49ers are getting ready to face... former niner, frank gore and the colts this sunday. five-time pro bowler, joe staley talks about the impact gore had in his career also - raiders quarterback, derek carr practices for the second straight day. gary will give us an update on his status for sunday... he has that story - and has all the sports coming up.
raiders final injury report came out ahead of sunday's game against baltimore. michael crabtree is expected to play... derek carr is listed as questionable. according to nfl network's ian rapport -- carr could possibly still have a chance to play on sunday. carr practiced for the second straight day... he particapted streaching and throwing drills. head coach, jack del rio didn't want to talk about any player injuries during today's presser. as of now... backup, ej manuel is the starter against the ravens it's unlikely the raiders will play carr this week. in the past tony romo and cam newton missed one game with the same injury. it's possible carr could return next week when they face the l- a chargers
meanwhile the niners are getting ready to face this colts at indianapolis. the 0-4 49ers are looking for their first win of the year. the pressure will be on brian hoyer... after not being able to lead the team to victory in overtime last sunday against arizona. the colts with backup quarterback jacoby brissett are one-point and a half favorites over san francisco. five time pro bolwer... joe staley is looking forward to playing against frank gore... being that the former niner had a major impact in his career "the way we came to work everyday greatly influence me as a player. seeing what the standard was
and how consistently do things the right way. he's been able to produce and be incredibly successful in a time where running backs are not the bell cows of the whole entire team. it's more of a quarterback driven league as far as recognition. he's a first ballot of famer in my opinion". the nba all star game could be returning to the bay area. the warriors submitted a bid for the all- star game....at chase center in san francisco the team did not release many specifics...but did say
3rd -- george springer rips a solo shot down right field... houston extends their lead 3-1 bottom 6th -- astros blow it wide open -- carlos correa sends one to the left corner... 2-run double. (correa: 2 hits, 4 rbi's) houston wins 8-2 lead series 2-0 mlb fines diamondbacks coach, ariel prieto for wearing his apple watch during the n-l wildcard game between arizona and colorado. they were conducting an investigation and found prieto did not use the device for any baseball related communication s. he told reporters his watch was on airplaine mode during the game... meaning it shuts off the watch's communication abilities. mlb will donate the fine money to hurricane relief efforts in puerto rico. crunch time for usa's men's soccer
( steve ) apple is going to roll out a bunch of new emojis in a coming update.( catherine ) there will be more smiley faces, creatures including dinosaurs... and more gender-neutral options. there's also an angry face with characters blocking the mouth. apple has been making a push to give users more options in expressing themselves. final look at the weather with chief meteorologist brittney shipp.
>> she has taken tremendous abuse. she is the woman who blew up over a service dog inside a restaurant. >> it is disgusng to have an animal inside of a public restaurant. >> now she is coming forward. >> do have you any regrets at all? and movie mogul scandal. will his wife stick with him. >> what would happen if we put a brand-new bike out on the streets? would it get stolen. >> "inside edition" goes undercover to trk down cop thieves. >> someone just stole our bike. >> big brother surprise. >> kevin. now "inside edition" with deborah norville. >> deborah: hello, everybody. thank you for joining us. any parent will tell you they do just about anything to protect their child. when the bullets starting flying at the country music festival in las vegas, this father took a cab to get to his
daughter. since the cabby is a father himself, they moved heaven and earth to get where they needed to be. >> his daughter is at the music festival. the shooting just erupted and he needs this taxi driver to get there asam. >> there's a shooting going on. >> a shooting. >> yes. get me there as fast as. my daughter is calling me. >> without hesitation, the cabby takes off. they hear news of the shooting coming over the taxi radio. >> mandalay bay. >> dad gets through to his daughter ashley and she is desperate. >> ashley, listen to me. stay calm. okay. stay calm. >> as the cabby continues driving into potential hard way, dad tries to express his gratitude. >> i will give you the money in the morning. >> no. no. no. man. i'm a father of two. >> he tells ashley to
rendezvous in front of motel 6. >> i'll be there in two minutes. >> and then they arrive. >> we just pulled in. we just pulled into motel 6. do you see it. yeah. hurry up. get in. that's us. >> from this front windshield camera, you can see ashley and her husband running to the cab. they jump in and they're not alone. >> get in. >> look at all of these terrified concert goers one after another. everyone is welcome. 7 people cram into the back of the taxi. >> they're shooting everywhere. get us away from the strip. >> from the back seat comes a voice expressing thanks. >> thank you. i don't know but i love you. >> jim moret spoke with the brave cab driver. >> was anybody injured. >> no. no one was injured. >> this photo of john posing with dad, ashley and her husband says it all. ashley also sent the cab driver this text message. >> it is ashley. thank you so much for being so brave to come
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