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their decorations won't be back in time...(grant) thanks for joining us i'm grant lodes...(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis.... this latest theft happening at a home on celilia way in tiburon. that's where we find kron 4's charles clifford... he is live for us tonight in tiburon with details. charles....this isn't the first time we've seen a halloween grinch.... yes, last week we reported on decorations being stolen in san francisco along lake street. a family here in tiburon saw that story, called us and said hey, we had stuff stolen too! but the good news here is that they caught the their on surveillance video. around midnight on monday october 23rd, this car pulled up in front of a home along celilia way in tiburon. the driver, gets out and inspects the house from the sidewalk. after a few minutes he picks up two skeleton arm decorations that were sitting on the front lawn and puts them in his car. he then walks up the driveway and
takes a closer look at the other decorations. at one point he looks directly into a surveillance cameras mounted outside the house. after several more minutes he picks up a fullsize zombie sitting near the front door. he walks it back to his car, puts it in the trunk and drives off.sot couldn't believe it because it was so brazen.carolyn dilena lives here with her family. she's stunned that someone would take their decorations. sotwe were home sleeping not far away from the front door. the guy takes his time. he was here 7 or 8 minutes, inspecting everything.carolyn did report the thefts to the tiburon police department. they told kron 4 on monday that the case is under investigation but so far, the this man has not been identified.the tiburon thefts also occurred on the same night that someone stole halloween decorations from a home along lake street in san francisco, which is roughly a ten to fifteen minute drive away. in that case, several items were stolen including this full size witch. so far there is no indication that these thefts were commited by the same person.carolyn concedes that she's probably not going to get her decorations back but she hopes that whoever did this will be found.sotat this point, i think my zombie is gone. i would really like to see the guy identified and brought to
justice. he's clearly a bad egg, he spoils it for other people. i would just really like to see him found. now, carolyn also said that a neighbor two doors down also had a vampire decoration stolen that same night. anyone with information is asked to contact the tiburon police department.in tiburon, charles clifford kron 4 news. (grant) first a bomb scare...now two shooting threats, at one high performing north bay school. (vicki) kron 4's dan kerman is at redwood high school in larkspur to explain that these threats are putting a damper on halloween festivities... students at redwood high school in larkspur are facing their second threat of an on campus shooting in just over a monthsot it's a bit scarysot you never know when it's going to be realsot i don't take it seriously at allsot i think people are doing it so that
school will be canceled on halloween sot it is a bit messed up after what happened in vegasabout 11-30 monday morning, this graffiti threatening a halloween day shooting was discovered in a boy's bathroom last month something similar was found in a girl's bathroom.sot david sondheim/redwood high principal 28-38in this case we don't have reason to believe this is a credible threat so we want to maintain educational opportunities for all our students so we and the police together decided to keep school open tomorrow redwood high principal david sondheim says they'll have additional staff and police on hand as well as an increased police presence on campus and throughout the neighborhood . sot sam jackson/redwood high junior 52-56think they should cancel school? i know a lot of kids would say yes and honestly i think that they shouldsot adam beltran/redwood high freshman 57-101i think it's a good idea that we still have to go to school, but we all have to watch our backs administration has sent this email to parents, discussing the threat and indicating no one will be allowed to wear costumes on halloween day because of itsotbeing able to recognize everybody and making sure its as hard as possible
to conceal any type of weapon is just prudence.standup dan kerman/larkspur 120-130instead of wearing costumes students leaders are encouraging students to wear orange to show their opposition to gun violence at redwood high in larkspur, dan kerman kron 4 news. (grant) in the south bay....after a months long investigation...san jose police have arrested a serial robbery suspect. now they are looking for more possible victims. 21-year-old lawrence carter is accused at least seven robberies that targeted elderly east indian and asian women. investigators say he would approach them and yank gold chains off their necks. police have released this surveillance video....which they say shows one of the robberies. you can see the suspect get out of an s-u-v and approach two women. investigators tell kron four... carter may be responsible for several other heists in san jose and possibly other bay area cities. (vicki) sideshows continue
to be a problem across the bay area... this is video of a sideshow this past summer... showing you just how chaotic they can get.... and now san jose police are on the hunt for a man they say hit an officer with his vehicle... and then sped off. all this happened during a side show crack down last night. kron 4's ali reid has the details. it was somewhere along here on hostetter road near highway 680, where an officer was injured by a vehicle during a traffic enforcement stop.last night, c-h-p, morgan hill p-d and the san jose police department executed racer enforcement in different locations throughout san jose. reckless driving is a problem in the south bay, and police cracked down last night.the officer was treated at a nearby hospital. one neighbor tells me he suffered a foot injury.police say the driver of that 2 door nissan sped awayand is still on the loose. he's being described as hispanic or filipino, in his early 20's, and clean shaven. the maroon or brown colored
nissan's license plate is 240-sxe.this is the latest sideshow in the areabut neighbors say this has been an ongoing problem for some time. drivers meet up, and then the dangerous activity ensues.sot - i'm worried for all of us . tagduring the crackdown police say four people were arrested for reckless driving and outstanding warrants.two citations were issued, and 5 cars impounded. reporting from san jose. (vicki) the c-h-p has released these aerial pictures of the motorcycle sideshow that happened over the weekend. the sideshow started around one saturday afternoon.... with about 200 motorcycles on highway 880 in oakland. c-h-p chased several motorcycles into the castro valley area. officers followed them onto city streets where they arrested four motorcyclists. another biker was found and arrested in redwood city.
the riders are facing charges of suspicion of reckless driving and felony evasion of a law enforcement officer. (grant) a father... gunned down while trying to keep his street safe. it happened in discovery bay.... and now police are searching for the killer. tonight, kron4's haaziq madyun talks to the victim's next door neighbor...and tells us what happened right before the murder. a deadly altercation stemming from an argument over vehicles drving too fast in a residential neighborhood.. .that is what investigators here at the contra costa county sheriff's office say led to the shooting death of 48-year-old bradley machugh here on wild drive in discovery bay early sunday morning
kron4news dry and seasonable weather tuesday through thursday. light rain chances reach the north bay later thursday night into friday with an initial cold front passing north to south through saturday morning. a break in the precip before another cold front passes through sunday. rain totals look light to moderate over the weekend.
(grant) tonight fire crews are getting closer to fully containing the north bay wildfires... but questions remain in sonoma county for property owners eager to get the rebuilding process started. kron 4's ella sogomonian is live in santa rosa to help sort out some confusion. yeah before you rebuild you've got to clean up but even within that first step there is a bit of a process. tubbs fire victims whose homes were destroyed are bombarded with information.they're now close to the first step of the recovery process.which is
debris removal but already have questions about that.sot: sylvia parkinson, lost home to tubbs fire// "everything is confusing about the clean up." at this time, there is no debris removal happening in sonoma county. the environmental protection agency first has to check damaged property for hazardous materials before anything else can happen. once it is checked a sign will be left on the property that it's ready for clean up.after that there are two options that both require paperwork. either opt in for the army corps of engineers to clean it for you by signing a county right of entry permit. or you opt out and hire and independent licensed contractor to remove debris by signing a form not yet available.then go to insurance for approval.sot: sylvia parkinson, lost home to tubbs fire// i'm told that my homeowners insurance after my dwelling would be paid for that whatever is left over will go toward the clean up. but what is the clean up? is it 50 thousand is it 20 thousand is it 80 thousand, 'm not really sure so i think that's the most confusing part for me."the office of emergency services says insurance policies will pay for the clean up only if they specifically covered debris removal to lessen the burden on tax payers. so it depends
how much was set aside for that. sot: eric lamoureux, cal office of emergency services// "most people's insurance policies have an item in it for debris we're looking to collect just that amount. we're not going to take any money they need for the rebuild."lamoureux says if debris removal wasn't included - the state will cover the cost. county officals say if a homeowner hires an independent contractor they may be billed for more than their insurance covers and are then responsible to pay the differnce. the oes projects clean up across the more than 5000 properties damaged in sonoma county to be done by spring of 2018. oes spokesperson tells me the epa is ahead of schedule and encourages fire victims to get the right of entry that looks like this signed as soon as possible at the department of health services if you want state help. if you want to get someone else to do it the county board of supervisors will consider a set of standards for the process tomorrow. once approved there will be an opt out form to fill out at the same location.
live in santa rosa ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (vicki) and kron four is teaming up once again with the salvation army to help out victims of the deadly fires. we did right after hurricane harvey... and we are doing it again this friday to raise money for the north bay fire victims. the donation lines will be open during the kron four morning news from 6 a-m until 10 a-m. they will open up again in the evening... from 5:00 until 10:00. and as always if you cannot call in to donate... you can also make contribution at kron4.com. (grant) coming up.... a racist joke posted by a high school student in turlock has gone viral. what the girl's classmates are saying about it.(vicki)(topvo) plus... get ready to pay more at the pump... find out how much more you'll pay for gas and why...(grant) and after the break... traffic continues to be bad here in the bay area... one other city
consolation for beleaguered may area commuters ... we aren't the worst in the nation. the 'robert half executive recruiting firm' says the worst traffic in the country is on...washington d=c. the average round=trip commute time in the nation's capital is 60=point=42 minutes. that works out to a 73=second edge over san francisco's 59=point=two-zero minutes. as catherine heenan shows us... bottom line is...things are bad all over. natheading west on the bay bridge in the evening.the grinding daily backup has helped to put san francisco near the top of the nation's worst cities for commuters.the new report is based on surveys with more than 27=hundred
workers in 27 metropolitan areas.here are the top five. you can see there isn't much of a spread ... just seven minutes total.los angeles is in eighth place ... but its commuters are the unhappiest in the country.san francisco is the only city to make the top five in both commute time and stress.others on the stress list are miami, number two, followed by austin, texas and phoenix, arizona. (vicki) tonight or tomorrow would be a good time to fill up your gas tank. wednesday is when that statewide gas tax goes into effect, which means you'll begin paying 12 cents more per gallon of gas, and 20 cents more per gallon of diesel. (grant) kron four's spencer blake is live in the newsroom tonight. he spoke with caltrans today. so spencer, what exactly are some of the road
improvement projects that money will be paying for? remember, there will be projects all around the state getting money from this tax, but there are some major spots near the bay bridge, and on i-80 in the east baythat will be getting underway. filling up is about to get more expensive, thanks to senate bill one, which the state legislature passed back in april. "that's a pretty sizable percentage to the dollar."starting wednesday you'll pay 12 cents more per gallon of gas.that will add up to about 58 billion dollars over the next ten years and that money will be used for transportation projects. "there's a very long list of projects that either wouldn't have been funded or were waiting for funding several years down the line, and we can do it a lot earlier now." bob haus with caltrans explained some of the bay- area-specific projects that are happening because of the gas tax.128 million dollars will go towards raising the
height of overpasses in the macarthur maze.there will also be road preservation on i-80 between the carquinez bridge and highway four."to me, it just seems like they put in more carpool lanes to make money and it's not really helping anyone get to work any faster."but that's not the case with these projects.haus says it's not ájust roads that will be getting more funds from your fill-ups."that funding is going to go to what we call active transportation, which is pedestrians, bicycling, other non-motorized forms of traffic. so all forms of transportation are going to be benefitting from this."and here's another way to look at it: the average californian already pays about 700 bucks a year repairing car damage caused by bumpy roads. hopefully the improvements will make for a smoother ridefrom point a to point b. not everyone's jazzed about the tax hike, and there are already efforts to put a measure to árepeal the gas tax on the ballot.assemblyman travis allen and john cox - who are both republicans vying for a nomination in the
gubernatorial race - have thrown their support behind a getting a repeal on the ballot. live in the newsroom, spencer blake, kron four news. (vicki) in other national news tonight.... former trump campaign officials paul manafort and rick gates pleaded "not guilty" in federal district court in washington this afternoon... this after surrendering to federal authorities earlier in the day. the judge set a 10 million dollar bond for manafort... and 5 million dollars for gates. both were ordered to home confinement and ordered to surrender their passports the indictment against manafort and gates contains 12 counts -- including -- -- conspiracy against the united states.... president trump is distancing himself and the white house from the indictments....tweeting that paul manafort's alleged misdeeds happened
campaign activity.manafort's attorney - there is no evidence that mr. manafort or the trump campaign colluded with the russian government> (vicki) but former trump campaign foreign policy adviser george papadpoulos pleaded guilty earlierthis month to lying to the fbi about his contacts with russians tied to the kremlin...including one claiming to have "dirt on hillary clinton. and news of the plea deal he made has apparently blind-sided the president... it's an unexpected twist in the unfolding drama around the russian investigation... (grant) now to our four zone forecast... as we take this live look outside at the embarcadero... joining us now is chief meteorologist brittney shipp...
dry and seasonable weather tuesday through thursday. light rain chances reach the north bay later thursday night into friday with an initial cold front passing north to south through saturday morning. a break in the precip before another cold front passes through sunday. rain totals look light to moderate over the weekend.
(grant) still ahead... an oakland woman is warning pet owners about using a popular pet-sitting website... after a sitter lost her dog... hear why the owner says it's her own fault... saying she ignored some red-flags... (vicki) and after the break... you may be dropping a lot of cash for that new i- phone ten... but be careful....find out how much more dough you'll have to pay to fix a cracked screen....
accused of obstructing justice to theat the fbinuclear war, and of violating the constitution by taking money from foreign governments and threatening 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 that this president is a clear and present danger who's 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. (grant) 4 your money tonight.... when your i-phone ten arrives... be careful with it. screen repairs are
going to cost more.(vicki) according to apple's website... fixing a broken screen on this i-phone will set you back 275 dollars. that's nearly one-hundred dollars more than an i-phone eight plus repair. the price comes down if you buy apple-care... but that is changing. it will only cover two instances of accidental damage. the i-phone x is apple's most expensive phone ever. it sells for about a thousand dollars and hits store shelves on november third. (grant) there's no dethroning the king of pop's earning power. michael jackson is the highest paid deceased celebrity for the fifth year in a row. his estate pulled in 75 million dollars this year... that's as much as bruce springsteen made. ventures like a cirque du soleil show in las vegas bring jackson's benefactors a steady stream of income. golf legend arnold palmer took the number two spot... fueled mostly by sales of branded
apparel and beverages. palmer's estate took in about 40 million. (vicki) a 10-year-old undocumented immigrant is detained at the hospital... right after having surgery... hear the emotional response from a former top immigration official..(grant) plus... a desperate search for a respected teen who's been missing since thursday... details on where he was last seen....(vicki) after the break... a father injured in a hit and run in the east bay.... and tonight police are still searching for the suspected driver...
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a young father is critically injured in a hit and run... and police are still searching for the driver.(grant) the crash happened in san pablo... on emeric avenue not far from rumrill boulevard. that's where kron4's maureen kelly talked to one of the victim's friends. robert armstong had just finished sunday dinner a little after 7pm october 22nd at this house on emeric avenue. the accident happened just after he'd walking back across the street after escorting his girlfriend and their two three year old twins to their car.i seen people running toward him and when i got there i thought maybe he was gone that's what i thought that's what i thought the way his body was mangled really i thought that was the end of him.charlotte sherman says the 22 year old flew up 15
feet.which is higher than her house.and he came down hard, two door down. he's listed in critical by stable condition at john muir hospital.he suffered some severe head trauma as well as injuries to visit as well as injuries to his upper torsosan pablo police say the suone of the victim's spect vehcile was last headed east on emeric. (maureen)right now the description on the suspect vehicle is limited. all police have at this point is that it's a dark colored 4 door vehicle, either an ultima or a nissan. the one distinct thing witnesses on the scene remember is that it had silver door handles.there's gonna be some noticeable damage to the vehicle we don't know exactly where on the vehicle that might be identified but there's gonna be some identifiable damagethose who live around in this neighborhood says they've had problems with cars doing donuts or ignoring the stop signs. kids travel the street all the time too they skateboard and bicycle and what have you so were in a have to get something started here for safetysherman says in the light of this terrible
accident, she thinks the city should install speed bumps to make this street safer.maureen kelly kron4 news. (vicki) east palo alto police are asking for your help in finding a missing teenager. this is a recent photo of 17-year-old jonathon bedolla... he was last seen about five o-clock on thursday, october 26th, leaving his job at stanford shopping center in palo alto.... jonathon lives in east palo alto... and police say despite numerous calls and text messages sent by his worried family... jonathon has not responded... which is not something he does... (vicki) jonathon attends serra high school in san mateo where the administration sent out a statement expressing it's deep concern for jonathon's well being. caltrain, bart and other police agencies are helping with the case and jonathon's family has reached out for help on social media
in the hope that someone will come forward with information that will help bring him home. (grant) new at nine... a former top immigration official choked back tears... as he watched the treatment of a 10-year-old undocumented immigrant in texas. rosa maria hernandez has cerebral palsy - but she was still detained by border patrol agents right after she had surgery on tuesday. reporter courtney friedman has the story... silence.overwhelmed, former ice deputy director alonzo pena collects himself, after watching a video of border patrol agents escorting 10- year-old rosamaria hernandez from corpus christi's driscoll children's hospital. the same hospital where pena's son died. alonzo pena, former ice deputy director:"it's totally unnecessary, just not necessary to do that. she could have been given a notice to appear, she was just getting out of the hospital having surgery and they're going to put her in a
detention facility. it's just not right."he says even though hernandez is undocumented, the border patrol's presence at the hospital was intrusive and unnecessary.alonzo pena, former ice deputy director: "those agents should be out on the line stopping drugs, stopping gang members /butted to/ protecting national security, not doing this to a 10-year-old girl who has just come out of surgery and has other medical issues." hernandez has cerebral palsy and the family says she has the mental capacity of a five-year-old. alonzo pena, former ice deputy director:"i don't think she understands what actually is going to happen to her, that she's not going to be able to see her family."she has cousins who are u-s citizens but she is not being released to them. instead, she was taken here from the hospital to a government licensed shelter here in san antonio.alonzo pena, former ice deputy director:"it's a status violation. she's not a criminal. this from what i'm understanding she'd being treated almost as a criminal." a statement from the u-s department of health and human services says in part:"safe and timely release of unaccompanied minors to
qualified parents, guardians, relatives or other adults, referred to as 'sponsors' must occur within a setting that promotes public safety and ensures sponsors are able to provide for. the physical and mental well being of the child." (grant) that was courtney friedman reporting. rosa is now in a refugee shelter - and a family attorney says it's unclear what's next for her. (vicki) a pair of high school students could be in hot water... following a racist comment posted on instagram. the instagram post shows a picture of two female turlock high school students wearing letterman jackets. beneath it a racially insensitive comment about blacks and education. we decided to black-out the comment because of how offensive it is. students say the high school junior behind the post first shared it last week. fellow students were disappointed that someone at their school would post something so offensive. "that was actually posted?" butted to "in a way it just makes our school look bad and makes like the students that go here look bad." after receiving
backlash... the student changed the post to something less offensive. the turlock unified school district says they are aware of what they call the disturbing social media post and they are investigating. several students said they would like to see that student punished. they would also like to see educators address the post... and teach students about tolerance. (grant) still ahead... in tonight's edition of people behaving badly.. stanley roberts takes to a local cemetery...where dog owners apparently need a rules refresher course.(brittney bay area weather)(gary sports tease) this is the new comfort food.
franchise record by starting the season 0 wins....8 losses....you canb either sit still and wait for next season......or try...try something....anything. give the 49ers new front of john lynch and kyle sahanhan credit for not just laying down........today they aquired tom bradys backup inb new england..jimmy garappalo for a second round draft choice. the positives for garrapalo....he' s been in the league 3 and half years....at 25 he's not a kid....and when he had to replace brady he's been mostly effective. the negeative is that garrappolo has never ever enjoyed a lengthy run as a starter..and from his standpoint he will be joining a beat-up team who has had a
hard time protecting the quarterback. garrapolo will certainly be an improvement over brian hoyer and cj bethhard....but it remains to be seen how much. now to tom brady and what this means for himcan you ever remember a team with a 40 year old quartreabck treading his air apparent because you are condident he could play untill he's 43 or 44????49er fans hatre this bu no quartreabck in history has ever won 5 super bowls.....let alone still be king of the sport at age 40....tom brady is aht eking....and his new back-up very well could be brian hoyer realsed by the 49ers today....one of hoyers darlier stiops was new england. how good will jimmy garapoli be....who really knows but odds are he we be better quicker than a college quartreabck whichj undouybtdly
♪ 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. ♪ (grant) believe it or not,
a lady sitting on the curb on her smart phone, with her dog close by then the dog wanders off and sniffs a tree, normal dog behavior nats ambiance then moments later a dog does what dogs do best ..while the owners watches but make no effort to clean it up she just sits there .. then she gets up loads the dog in the car . walks around to the drivers side and off she goes oh, i almost forget to mention the grassy area where all this happened is holy cross catholic cemetery nats: ambiance inside the cemetery this older couple is placing flowers on some headstones notice the dog off leash running around . the dog sniffs around. then wanders off to find a spot where it does what dogs do best nats: ambiance then the dog runs back to the couple who never noticed what had happenednats: ambiancemany other cemeteries
in colma flat out ban dogs . for obvious reasons the reason some people cant be trusted to clean up after there dog, here listen to what one visitor had to say about what she's seen we come down here to pay our respects to our family we get down on our hands and knees we clean the grave we clean up around the area we bring um flowers then you see dogs running around pooping the family is here from north pole alaska they're running around loose you know and the last time we were here two or three of them running around loose and their going where ever they want to go and the owners are not doing anything about it holy cross permits dogs but they must be on a leash and they must stay on cemetery roads .. these dogs are on a leash but are allowed to use the tree to urinate although the tree has memorial stones directly beneath it so now i know why the other cemeteries ban dogs. well al least they permit people to feed the birds. but you have to wonder
is feeing geese and seagulls whole rolls of bread good for them in colma stanley roberts kron 4 news (grant) an oakland woman is urging pet owners to take exercise caution and do research before doing business with a service provider. katie rubin lost her dog at the beginning of the month in sacramento... where she works. she says she hired the sitter using rover-dot-com. it's a website that connects pet owners with dog sitters, walkers, and other services. one day rubin got a call from her sitter saying her dog had gone missing. she say she is frustrated with rover-dot-com for not taking responsibility. but says she is also mad at herself... admitting there was a red flag everytime she dropped the dog off. (katie rubin/dog lost by rover.com sitter): "no matter what time of the day i showed up the living room stank of weed. thatús nobodyús fault but mine." rubin was surprised to
learn that according to roverús policies they are not responsible if her dog is lost. according to their terms of service... they are not a service provider but a neutral venue for pet owners and service providers to connect. even so... rubin says rover-dot-com stayed in contact with her. they even reimbursed her for some of the search costs. we reached out to rover but they declined an interview but sent a statement saying "while stories like these are incredibly rare, rover takes each one very seriously. upon learning about the situation, our specialized trust & safety team immediately launched a thorough investigation." dry and seasonable weather tuesday through thursday. light rain chances reach the north bay later thursday night into friday with an initial cold front passing north to south through saturday
reporter mary moloney tells us which costumes took the top spot this year... during election years -- popular halloween costumes are political.last year -- donald trump and hillary clinton themed get-ups dominated.but when there isn't a campaign going on -- political costumes aren't as popular.this year could be different.according to the national retail federation -- one-point-five million american adults will be inspired by the headlines. that's 200-thousand fewer people who got political last halloween.but the politically charged costume is still in the top ten.google has its own list....compiled from search data. it says wonder woman reigns supreme as the most searched halloween costume this year.so expect to see more lassoes of truth -- and less political masks at halloween events. mary moloney kron4 news. (grant) and take a look at this... steph curry is having
fun with halloween this year.. (vicki) he rolled into last night's game as the character "jigsaw" from the "saw" movies. he even had the movies iconic red tricycle... curry was trying to freak out the arena staff and even tried to scare teammate draymond green. but draymond and the staff laughed and took pictures... (grant) before we go to break... we want to see how you are celebrating halloween this year. (vicki) we are getting flooded with emails of kids in costumes... these are some pictures sent to us by kron4 viewers. if you want to send us your halloween pictures... you can send it through our mobile app. just click on the "report it" button. we will be sharing these pictures on air and online.
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 to predict heart disease in their families, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you. (grant) steve jobs' former
the car for about three years, from 2000 to 2003. the no- reserve price estimate is at least 300-thousand bucks. the convertible originally came equipped with a motorola flip phone that the auction house says jobs couldn't stand. despite its age, the car has been driven only about 15- thousand miles. (grant)the newest -- and most popular -- addition to ohio state university's marching band is a two-year-old. plastic trumpet playing nolan rowe attained almost instant fame when his mother posted video of him marching to the band's music on facebook. the prodigy is entirely self- taught--his father says nolan started marching on his own when he saw video of the band playing at games. band members loved nolan's video so much that they invited him to play saturday at a pep rally before a football game.
time to hone his craft before joining the band for real. he will be old enough to try out in 20-33. (grant) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(vicki) kron4 news in prime time continues, steve aveson is here with what's next on kron4 news at ten... ((steve))thank you grant and vicki...next at ten sideshows...plauging one bay area community.a police officer was hit and injured while trying to stop the illegal street race.the suspect is still on the loose. tonight at ten...who police are looking for, and what people who live in the area are saying about the nuisance. and breaking news...at least one person is dead following a shooting near the university of utah campus.a shelter in place is in effect right
now..as police hunt for the shooter.we're keeping an eye on this story...stay with us for the very latest.((steve)) plus...halloween is tomorrow. will trick or treaters need to bundle up?meteorologist brittney shipp has your four zone forecast.keep it here..hour three of kron 4 news in primetime starts after the break.
(steve) tonight we are taking a closer look at the sideshow problem in san jose. this is video from one over the summer. good evening i'm steve aveson.(grant) and i'm grant lodes in for pam moore. the latest áillegal street show was over the weekend - and it left a police officer hurt. sideshows continue to be sideshows continue to be a problem across the bay area... this is video of a sideshow this past summer... showing you just how chaotic they can get.... and now san jose
police are on the hunt for a man they say hit an officer with his vehicle... and then sped off. all this happened during a side show crack down last night. kron 4's ali reid has the details. it was somewhere along here on hostetter road near interstate 680, where an officer was injured by a vehicle during a traffic enforcement stop.pkgi guess he got his foot run over police say the driver of that 2 door nissan sped awayand is still on the loose. the officer was treated at a nearby hospital.julie glasper - i feel for everybody bcuz basically all of us are vulnerable to itreckless driving is a problem in the south bay, and police cracked down last night. c-h-p, morgan hill police and san jose p-d executed racer enforcement in different locations throughout san jose. this is the latest sideshow in the areabut
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