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home ... an amazing story of loss and determination in the wine ocuntry,whooshi saw her phone and her headphones ... tonight hear the husband of kidnap victim sherri papini call 911.the tape released almost a year later, along with puzzling new details of the shasta county mother's three=week abduction.whooshand how safe are women on bay area campuses.disturbing new sex=assault figures from the three biggest local universities.you're watching kron four news in prime time. (steve) now at 8. a party at an air-bnb rental ends in gunfire. with witnesses telling kron 4 news, people ran through yards and on roofs to get away from the bullets.(steve) thank you for joining us i'm steve aveson.(pam) and i'm pam moore. tonight .... the shooting is putting a lot of people on edge... and questioning, if a delayed san francisco law, which is
set to start next year.. could have stopped the violence. kron 4's justine waldman just attended a community meeting about the shooting.she is live now in san francisco's bernal heights neighborhood ... with details on our top story. justine pkgthe infamous house at 212 banks street is vacantbut quite the party took place here saturday october 14th. the event got popular because it was promoted on social media. but ended in violence when, police say two rival gangs began shooting at one another. ann golden lives next doorand says cars drove up her street firing at random. ann golden / witness sot
witnesses sot automatic gunfire broke out from the end the block sot my car got completely shot up but not my house nats?bernal heights neighbors alarmed by the violence came to this community meeting to question their elected officials and police. the owner of 212 banks is in bali, according to supervisor hillary ronan. since he doesn't live at the home, renting it on site like airbnb for a weekend is in violation of the city short term rental policy. also by january 2018, all users must be registered with the city. if the law was in place now. sot supervisor hillary ronen / district 9"this never would have happened because this absent landlord could never have rented to outsiders for parties."a few cars left parked on banks street are still wounded by bullet holes. and neighbors say their roofs and yard were damaged when the dozens of people at the party ran from the gunfire.sot i saw ? airbnb tells kron 4 news, the host is now permanently removed from its platform. and its insurance program will reimburse neighbors for any property damage. still banks
street will never be the same sot i wasn't comfortable with it being rented out with nobody living it in there was no mangage ment of what was going onjustine livetwo people from the party were hurt in the shooting. police did apologize to neighbors tonight, because so many made calls to 911 about the loud party on their street and police did not respond. the captain said dispatcher should have known better that many calls coming from a neighborhood that doesn't call . should have set off some alarms. live in san francisco justine waldman kron 4 news. ((pam))((2shot)) breaking news just into our newsroom.((steve))we just learned up to a dozen boys playing high school football have been disciplined for allegedly sexually harrassing a group of girls.((map))the
principal of antioch high school says six members of the j-v team made inappropriate or sexually explicit comments monday as the female students walked by the locker rooms. we're told another six students who were not on the team...were also involved.the school says this comes just a week after some players attended a seminar on sexual assault and bullying.today the school announced friday's j-v game versus deer valley high school is cancelled. (pam) for a second time this week, a student has brought a loaded gun to campus.(steve) the latest happened in san ramon. that's where police say an 8 year old brought a loaded firearm to school. police say last night a twin creeks elementary school student told his parents that he saw áanotherá third grade student in posession of a gun. investigators then contacted the boy's parents at home. then they found the gun in the student's backpack. it was loaded with a magazine of nine millimeter bullets. police say at this time there are no reports of the student threatening anyone. the student has been temporarily suspended. (pam) and in pleasanton,
a student was arrested after police found the teen in possession of a loaded gun. the arrest happened at village high school monday morning. the student was taken to juvenile hall. investigators are not saying why the student had the gun ... or what they planned to do with it. (pam) another big story we are tracking. firefighters making a final push to extinguish wildfires in the north bay.(steve) cal-fire is estimated the fires will be fully contained by friday. take a look at this video of the extensive damage -- from our quadcopter four. and here''s where the numbers stand right now. though all the fires are at least 90 percent contained--- mandatory evacuation orders are still in place for some areas.. however people are being allowed limited re- entry these damaged areas. cal-fire says they areas will be reopened once they are safe. (steve) though several weeks have passed since the north bay firestorm erupted... some victim's are still living through the tragedy every day.(pam) kron
reports from people whose personal information was used to file fema assistance applications. some neighbors say, when they went to apply --- someone had already applied under their name. others who had ánotá filed say, they were visited by fema- affiliated inspectors. the d-a's office say, real fema inspectors will have federally issued identification and people should ask to see it. if you are a victim of disaster fraud ---we have posted the numbers you should call on our website - kron-4 dot com. (pam) it was back in august when the n-double a-c-p issued a travel warning for african americans traveling to the state of missouri(steve) today, another travel warning, not for a state but for the world's largest airline. ((dbl bx)) kron 4's dan kerman is live at sfo with more
another travel warning this time issued by the naacp suggesting african americans should "exercise caution" when booking and boarding flights on american airlines because that could be subject them to "disrespectful, discriminatory or unsafe conditions." sot rev. amos brown, naacp san francisco president 16-26there has been a tremendous pattern of incivility, insult and disrespect of african americans.the naacp cites a handful of incidents and is suggesting others come forward sot we are doing this advisory to the nation so people will be more conscious of the fact that if you are treated wrongly or insulted you should report it immediately.at sfo wednesday african americans arriving on american airlines flights had heard about the warning earlier in the day.sot james howard/american airlines passenger 56-58i think there's reason for concern theresot kwame adu-gyamfi/american airlines passenger 59-102i found it very surprising when i read it on the news this
morning in dallasand while those passengers we spoke with have not had bad experiences with american airlines, most said the travel warning will make them consider alternate airlines in the future.sot brenda belsito/american airlines passenger 113-123 it would definitely make me think twice about flying american or doing business with any organization where there is a potential discriminatory action taken against people of color129/people of color ahead at eight.. stanford looking into three sexual assaults in less than a
month... and it may be a part of a disturbing trend at several bay area universities .. plus. an eye-opening new study shows which foods tested positive for contaminants. and next... jurors in the kate steinle murder trial ... hear more about moments the 32- year old woman died on pier 14. what made people in the courtroom...gasp.
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following.. court resumed in the murder trial of kate steinle. today jurors learned how police captured the suspect....jose garcia zarate(pam) kron 4's maureen kelly was in the courtroom...... when the defense questioned just how the defendant was taken into custody. a port authority surveillance camera pointed at pier 14 showed when 32 year old kate steinle fell to the ground after being struck in the back by the bullet.it was from a
vantage point much farther away than this shots.and very grainy.the people on film just little dots..but there was an audible gasp in the courthouse when the person identified as kate steinle collapsed.then enhanced video shows video of a splash that the assistant district attorney says was the murder weapon. and a figure .identified as jose garcia zarate seen here in an eariler court appearance scurries off the pier.the defense attorney maintains that the weapon that killed steinle had been wrapped in rags when his client found it on the pier. he says garcia zarate didn't' know it was a gun and it went off when picked it up. bitea spokesman for the da's office says this case is being built brick by brick and they believe the jury will see the charge of murder is supported by the evidence presented to them. maureen kelly kron4 news.
(steve) police are investigating an alleged rape at stanford university. it is the third sexual assault reported in less than a month. (pam) and it may represent part of a disturbing trend on college campuses across the country. kron-4's rob fladeboe takes a closer look at the numbers for three bay area universities .. the stanford university department of public safety confirms it is investigating the alleged rape reported just after midnight on monday. a spokesman said victim and suspect are known to each other. police have reportedly investigated at least three other rapes on campus this year. one in each of the months of july, september and october.(graphic)according to statistics compiled through compliance with the jeanne clery disclosure of campus security act, in 2016 there were a total of 45 sexual offenses reported at stanford,
including 33 rapes.stanford professor michele dauber, is leading the effort to recall judge aaron persky over what many believe to be the far too lenient sentencing of stanford athlete brock turner, who was convicted of sexual assault. enough is enough says dauber. michele dauber/stanford professor"what we know about stanford from stanford's own data is that 43 percent of under graduate students experience some sort of sexual violence at stanford and only 2.7 percent ever report to to police or to anyone"across the bay at u-c berkeley, police said they are looking into a report from a victim of a sexual assault which occurred in a dorm room. (graphic)the clery report for 2016 lists a total of 47 sexual offenses at u-c berkeley, including 33 cases of rape.(graphic)at san jose state university there were a total of 22 sexual offenses and 6 incidents of rape or statuatory rape.michele dauuber says nothing will change unless and until stanford and other schools do more to hold the perpetrators
of sexual assault accountable. michele dauber/stanford professor".at stanford in 2016 we know that they actually found that three students were responsible for sexual assault and none of them was expelled, if we don't start holding the pepetrators o sexual assault responsible thse numbers are only going to continue to see these kinds of numbers"in palo alto rob fladeboe kron 4 news. (steve) san francisco is now the first city in the nation that requires chain grocers to report antibiotics in the raw meats they sell. the law was unanimously passed by the board of supervisors last week. officials say the law aims to reduce the use of antibiotics by informing customers. the law applies to grocers with at least one store in the city and at least 25 other stores anywhere in the world. smaller stores may participate voluntarily. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o.kron-4's
chief meteorologist brittney shipp meteorologist brittney shipp is here now with the forecast look for at least two more days of warm temperatures with comfortable overnight conditions. modest cooling trend back to normal occurs over the weekend and into early next week as onshore winds return. dry weather persists at least through halloween and likely beyond.
next at 8. congress axes a rule meant to protect consumers... why it may make it harder for to people to sue banks and credit card companies. ((gary sports tease))"coming up a little bit later in this broadcast, hey it's football season, we still talk about the raiders and the 49ers. also, the warriors back on the home boards tonight against
what if home security was different? what if it looked different? what if the measure of working, was that you never had to think about it. ♪ what if it was so easy to use, you actually used it. [alarm] you have 3 minutes to exit. what if it gave you time, and what you really need from home security. a sense of security. ♪ (steve) the president is
jess intro republicans say this is a wiin for consumers, but democratic lawmakers say this is a win for wall street. pkg nats pence tie-breaking votethe vice president had to break a late-night tie in the senate -- to get rid of a rule that would have made it easier for consumers to sue banks and other financial institutions. sen. sherrod brown (d-oh): it was despicable what happened last night.democratic senator sherrod brown has been working to protect rule enacted by the consumer financial protection bureau rule it would have made it illegal for financial companies to put fine-print in contracts designed to force consumers to give up the right to class action lawsuitsand settle disputes in private arbitration.sen. sherrod brown (d-oh): the senate took away people's right to their day in court -- to fight back against equifax, wells fargo and against wall street. jessica smith reporting: the financial industry had lobbied congress to repeal the rule. and republicans like tx senator john cornyn said lawsuits are complicated and expensivesen. john cornyn (r-tx): not everyone can afford to be oj simpson and hire the very best
lawyers. senator chuck grassley told us consumers are better off without the rule. sen. chuck grassley (r-ia): awards made under arbitration are bigger and better for the person that's been harmed as opposed to what might get in class action lawsuits. brown doesn't buy it. sen. sherrod brown (d-oh): there is no people will get more money. // said jump, they jumped and said how high? (steve)the house voted to repeal the rule in july. now, the measure heads to the president's desk -- and he's expected to sign it. sens graham and kennedy were the only republicans to vote against overturning this rule ahead at eight.. the brother of las vegas shooter stephen paddock --- arrested in southern california. the disturbing discovery police made in his home, plus. as the president pushes for tax reform....major concerns about what the plan will change. our financial expert is here to talk about the potential impact on your retirmement account. and next. a california mother --- in a high profile kidnapping case, back in the spotlight...what police just revealed. ((brittney tease))i'm kron 4 meteorologist brittney shipp.
kidnapping is back in the headlines ... today .. police releasing the 9-1-1 call from her husband, and revealing that d=n=a from an unknown male .... was found on her clothes after her release. (steve) you might remember the shasta county mother, wo says she was abducted by two hispanic women and held for three weeks, before she was found bruised and branded, more than 100 miles away, catherine heenan has the new information on a story that made headlines almost a year ago. "just bring her home"a tearful appeal by sherri papini's husband last year, answered three weeks later... along an interstate in yolo county."is she on the freeway? " "confirmed. northbound i5 just south of yolo." investigators say papini was traumatized, emotionally and physically."the suspects did brand her, i will not get into the details of where the brand is located on her body"> sheriff's deputies admitted her story was strange but they had no reason to doubt it.sfx
papini herself has not talked publicly about her ordeal.the daily mail released these photos of her last august, with short brown hair.now today, a flood of new information, not only the mysterious dna and sketches of the abductors, but also an explanation of why investigators flew to detroit to pursue a lead.newly revealed text messages indicated papini was trying to arrange a meeting with a michigan man.after interviewing him, the deputies cleared him of any involvement. we also learned today that papini told investigators that right before she was released, her two captors argued, and then she heard a gunshot.flash whiteafter that, papini says the younger of the women escorted her into a vehicle and drove along a winding road, eventually dropping her on the side of the road."chp is advising she is heavily battered and chained to something" (steve) the brother of las vegas gunman stephen
paddock was arrested today for possession of child pornography. 59-year-old bruce douglas paddock was arrested in north hollywood this morning. the arrest warrant says he possessed more than 600 child porn images during a 2014 investigation. police say he was homeless and couldn't be found -- until he was recently tracked down at a nursing facility. the arrest came from an independent investigation -- and is unrelated to his brother's las vegas mass shooting. (pam) amid a push for major tax reform... concerns that the plan could target your retirement account. president trump promised on monday --- there would be ánoá change to your 401-k... although today he hinted that 401k may be a part of the negotiations afterall.(pam) none of this is easing the money concerns of people across the country... (steve) kron-4 financial expert rob black joins us now ... and rob are these changes likely to
at stanford health care, we can now use a blood sample to detect lung cancer. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for asthma. and if we can stop seizures in epilepsy patients with a small pacemaker for the brain, imagine what we can do for multiple sclerosis, even migraines. if we can use patients' genes
report out shows... the baby food you are giving your young ones.... could be contaminated with toxic chemicals. kron 4's vicki liviakis is here with this alarming study. vicki? (vicki) yeah, pam. we're so careful to give little babies the best food we can... but there's a warning out tonight. some of the most popular baby foods on the grocery store shelves tested positive for toxins. in fact out of more than 500 popular baby food products tested - 65% contained arsenic. that study by the clean label project also found that a whopping 80% of baby formulas contained arsenic. experts warn that arsenic can affect a child's motor skills, cognition and heart as they're growing. also in that study - lead. more than a third of the popular baby foods tested positive for lead. and nearly 60% contained another metal - cadmium. those chemicals can pose potential risks for infants especially problems with their young immune and nervous systems. the fda
had previously looked into the impact of arsenic in rice based baby-foods and even rice puffs. health experts say the best thing a parent can do it look closely at the food labels. to see the baby-food study - go to our website at kron4.com pam, steve? (pam) a pair of accused thieves may have thought they got away. but it was what they left behind---that gave them away.(steve) yeah a lotto ticket turned into a big win for police in arkansas. detectives were searching for whomever stole more than a dozen cars from an auto lot. inside one of the recovered cars --- police found left behind lotto tickets. with the help of the lottery commission..police traced the tickets to a gas station. and used the serial number on the ticket and surveillance video to identity their suspects. that led to them to arrest two men a short time later. the pair are now facing a slew of charges. turns out their luck ran out. (pam)in sports... we'll
a baby adds love and joy to a family.but a baby can also bring out bad money habits in parents.first things first -- don't cave to parental pressure.try not to buy every new gadget that claims to make your child the next einstein. and don't compare yourself to other moms.it doesn't end well. expect new costs.you can budget all you want -- but when the first child comes along -- there are some expenses you may not anticipate.so add more to your
emergency savings.look at tax breaks.help you come tax time. like the child and dependent care tax credit.eligible parents may thousand dollars per child. for college now. save -- the better.and continue retirement.if you need to from your budget -- don't sacrifice your or your child's future. after their thrilling win last thursday night over the last thursday thrilling win after their thrilling win last thursday
night over the chiefsderek carr who threw for 417 yards and the team preparing for the buffalo bills in buffalo this sundayjack del rio with a wad of tobacco in his chek overseeing the troopsreceiver amari cooper after a slow start to the season was afc offensive player of the week after an 11 catch, 210 yard, 2 touchdown performancedel rio & carr were asked about the return of cooper to elite status(sot: del rio & carr) "to me, he got back to being himself. i thought we did a good job of getting him incorporated, which i'd like to see continue.""we just saw lebron, he was talking about how he played point guard this past game and you
take a guy that's super smart that can go from playing the three and then go to play the one, and he can go play the five. he knows all the sets, he knows all the plays. amari's the same kind mentally. he's the same kind of guy.""being compared to lebron, i mean you're a miami guy. what does that mean to you, your quarterback calling you lebron?"" i think it was a hyberbolie" meanwhile the 0-and-7 49ers big underdogs at the 6-1 eagles sunday in philadelphia 13 points exactlyc.j. beathard will get his 2nd start at quartercack his first on the road his numbers not terrible last sunday against the cowboys but a couple of crucial fumbles and lack of points hurt himkyle shanahan was asked about the eagles who like the 49ers are doing had to rebuild and are back among the nfl and are back had to rebuild are doing like the 49ers eagles who like the 49ers are doing had
to rebuild and are back among the nfl elite while beathard just talked about trying to improve(sot: shanahan & beathard) "i think they stuck with their plan. i think they hit pretty well on some draft picks. they've been able to stay healthy. the veteran players that they've had there, they kept and they've continued to perform." "just try to get better. little things by little things, that turn into big things. there's a lot of plays out there that you can improve on." colin kaepernick reportly a $1 million book deal and now a meeting with deal and now a meeting with nfl players and ownerskaepernick was invited by nfl players to attend the next meeting with owners according to multiple reports this tuesday in new york cityalthough an nfl spokesman was unsure if kaepernick will attend another repots cnfirms he does plan to be thereno one from the nfl reached out with an invitation to last week's meeting players and commissioner roger goodell discussed the ongoing protests during the national anthem before football games.
the warriors back at home againstthe toronto raptors right nowklay thompson with a game-high 19 points he will donate $1,000 per-point for this and the next two games to north bay fire relief his shoe compant anta will match it so that's $38,000 so far university of north carolina starting point guard joel berry ii broke his hand punching a door after losing a game of "nba 2k '18" to a teamate and team managernorth carolina coach roy williams said. "he did a silly thing that's what it was. one of his greatest characteristics is his competitiveness."the initial prognosis is berry will be out four weeks the tar heels open the regular
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expected to fall to its lowest level in more than half a century ... all thanks to the weather. the international organization of vine and wine says, it expects an eight- percent decrease in wine production worldwide next year. the group's report says.. grape vines in italy, france and spain have been hurt by extreme heat and extreme cold...california's north bay fires will likely add to the problem.. 20-17 is on track to experience the worst global harvest since 1961. (pam) we have exciting news about the dog found on the bart tracks last month... (steve) the pit bull-- appropriatly named "bart"-- has been adopted. according to bart officials... the dog has been adopted by a rider. the dog was caught by bart police after holding up morning commuters. after a check up... "bart" went to the oakland animal
shelter... where he was put up for adoption. staff says ... "bart" is very friendly... loves giving kisses and getting belly rubs. they say, his new owner will get lots of cuddling. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(steve)vicki liviakis is here with a look at what we're working on for kron 4 news at 9. ((vicki))that's right pam and steve...heavy hearts tonight in santa rosa...as loved ones gather to remember mike grabow the 40 year-old lost his life in the north bay firestorm.a live report..is coming up. then...take a look at this. nearly a dozen people were hurt after a car plowed right into a restaurant..and the whole thing was caught on camera.what witnesses are saying about this bizarre incident.((vicki)) plus...another warm day across the bay.but a change is on the way.meteorologist brittney shipp has your four zone forecast.keep it right here...kron 4 news at nine starts after the break.
he's brought us to the brink of nuclear war. obstructed justice at the fbi. and in direct violation of the constitution, he's taken money from foreign governments and threatened to shut down news organizations that report the truth. if that isn't a case for impeaching and removing a dangerous president, then what has our government become? i'm tom steyer and, like you, i'm a citizen who knows
it's up to us to do something. it's why i'm funding this effort to raise our voices together and demand that elected officials take a stand on impeachment. a republican congress once impeached a president for far less. yet, today, people in congress and his own administration know this president is a clear and present danger who is mentally unstable and armed with nuclear weapons. and they do nothing. join us and tell your member of congress that they have a moral responsibility to stop doing what's political and start doing what's right. our country depends on it. (vicki) many people across
the bay area are honoring the 42 victims who died in the deadly north bay firestorm.... and tonight one of the fire victims was remembered at their favorite places in santa rosa....(vicki) thanks for joining us, i'm vicki liviakis....(steve) and i'm steve aveson in for grant lodes.... 40- year-old mike grabow (gray-bow's) died when the fire ripped though his santa rosa home... his family held an event at the cooperage brewing company... one of mike's favorite hang- outs. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us live from the sonoma county fairgrounds. j-r, how was the turnout tonight? (j.r.)steve, vicki dozens of people showed up tonight to remember mike who was described as a fun loving guy who loved to fish.mike grabow was just 40 years old. family members were told that it
appears mike was laying in bed asleep when the fire tore through his home. you can see mike on the left side of your screen and what's left of his home on the right. tonight's event at the cooperage brewing company was private but many of his friends spoke with us saying that won't forget mike. last text on her phone is asking if he's alright and there is no response so just genuine good guy down to earth you know through my wife and everyone around here everyone really like him. he's just a really great person he touched a lot of people probably the nicest man the most genuine man i have ever met in my life. mike's close friends also took donations in his honor tonight. they plan on giving those to the redwood credit union fire relief fund. live in santa rosa, j.r. stone kron 4 news.
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