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< there is this pattern of releasing multiple items of merchandise that use women's bodies and breasts> (justine)(cont vo) a popular san francisco coffee chain is facing a lawsuit from former employees who say the founder sexually harrassed and assaulted women who worked there -- and fostered a toxic working environment. good evening, i'm justine waldman. (jr stone) and i'm j.r. stone. eight women listed in friday's suit were former employees of four barrel coffee, who say they were either victims or witnesses. (justine) kron four's spencer blake spoke exclusively with one of those witnesses. he joins us live tonight in san francisco...spencer?
umeko motoyoshi is the woman i spoke with today.she doesn't allege assault or harassment against herself, but says she saw many of the sexually explicit things listed in the lawsuit when they happened. four barrel coffee has multiple locations in san francisco.the mill on divisadero, was open for business as usual sunday, but the coffee bar on valencia, was locked up.many customers were confused by the unnanounced closing for the day "i actually didn't know what was going on until i heard just now, and i just sort of think its odd to close your entire business because of allegations."a lawsuit filed friday claims the company's founder, jeremy tooker, engaged in sexually explicit acts involving employees."what i saw and witnessed there was, first of all, a culture that enabled abuse and assault and harassment to go unchecked." umeko motoyoshi left the company on her own accord in 2015.but the suit alleges that
other employees were fired as retaliation."there was absolutely an environment where employees were punished for complaining about assault and about harassment."it also claims tooker touched women inappropriately, and forcibly kissed some employes.tooker withdrew as c-e-o of the company two months ago, before the suit was filed, and will be giving up his remaining stake in the ownership, regardless of the outcome of the suit.co-owners jodi geren and tal mor published a letter saturday in which they say they will not tolerate inappropriate workplace behavior.they say the plaintiffs mischaracterize the current culture at four barrel, adding that quote, "it's essential that our employees and co-workers understand that they are valued and respected."but beyond behavior, motoyoshi says she also took issue with the merchandise in the stores. "i worked in between these two displays of mugs that said 'f- -- it' and 's--- it.' it was really uncomfortable."in the letter geren and mor say they've hired an outside h-r firm to facilitate reporting of abuses by employees.
there has been at least one local bakery that, via twitter, said it will no longer order four barrel coffee based on the recent revelations.live in san francisco, spencer blake, kron four news. (jr stone) tonight at eight... a major storm heading for the bay area.... (justine) you are taking a look at stormtracker four future cast.... dry now...but we are expecting plenty of rainfall the next few days... thank you for joining us...i'm justine waldman.(jr stone) and i'm jr stone. we are joined with meteorologist anny hong with more on the timing of the storm. . (anny hong): partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures are forecastthrough this evening. the storm system developing offshore isexpected to be the strongest so far this season, producingperiods of heavy rain and strong winds, especially monday and
will be in effect until tomorrow. and kron 4's camila bernal explains why this could be dangerous for those that live in santa rosa. this area is particularly at risk because of the debris and the ash that was left behind after the firestorm. when the rain comes, it can carry that debris further into residential neighborhoods and it could cause mudslides. that's why authorities are asking the public to be ready and prepared in case that rain does come but this is a warning that spreads across the entire bay area.officials asking people to:-keep leafs and debris out of the streets -keep emergency materials handy -watch out for road hazards -don't forget your petsif you need sandbags, sonoma county and other bay area counties will give them out for free. another thing to keep in mind is that if you have a creek near your home you should check that it is not carrying debris, if it is you should call the city for cleanup.this cold and wet storm is expected to have a significant impact as far north as santa rosa, sonoma, napa and as far south as santa calara, san mateo burlingame and the other south bay counties so officials are asking you to be extremely careful while you're driving in the rain, especially during the commute hours.reporting in santa rosa, camila bernal kron
4 news. (justine) the national weather service is expecting fast-moving landslides to become more likely when the rain hits the burned areas.... and offers these ways to prepare yourself... identify vulnerable areas on your property. usie erosion control techniques. such as installing straw wattles and rock bags, and clearing fire-related debris from creeks and drainages to reduce flooding. have an evacuation and emergency plan ready. and keep your cell phone turned on at all times to receive emergency alerts. (jr stone) (oncam) new tonight at 10. a wrong way- driver on interstate-5 was
responsible for a crash that killed 6 people this morning... including a recent high school graduate... and a newly married couple. reporter doug johnson has the latest on the investigation into the deadly collision. nats car passingwhile the vehicles have been cleared off the road...nats car passing evidence of the wreck which took 6 people's lives can still be seen along interstate 5 near road 17 in yolo county. now family and friends are identifying some of the dead. nats car passingthe california highway patrol says a lone driver in a chevy was going south bound in the north lanes about thrity minutes after midnight.several other drivers called it in... and officers were actively trying to find the driver. but unfortunately a dodge with five people inside hit the chevy head on. no one survived.nats car passinginside the dodge was christian paiz and jessica garcia, according to friends.
husband and wife cristian lopez-cambron and raquel lopez-valencia were also inside... friends telling fox40 the couple had just married.and lopez-cambron's sister, yaneth lopez, who had just graduated high school... was also killed.friends say the party of 5 had gone to woodland from williams, where they all lived, to eat at denny's.they were on their way home when they were struck and killed.nats carthe chp is investigating and for now it's unknown if drugs, alcohol or weather played a factor in the crash.witnesses say there was heavy fog in the area last night. (j.r.) now that pot is legal there are serious questions on how a driver is busted for d-u-i involving marijuana. sunday we went out with chp officers to answer that very question. kron 4's ella sogomonia is on the road with chp and picks up the story. smoking marijuana is now legal in california but highway patrol officers have been on the look out for drivers under the influence of the drug way before january first of this year.there are a few tell-tale
signs they look for to make a stop.(nats) sot: officer charlette brannon, california highway patrol// "impaired driving it can be extremely noticeable or not that noticeable. some indicators are swerving back and forth across the lanes accelerating excessively and then decreasing in speed. fluctuating drastically in speed. maybe making unsafe lane changes swerving back and forth between traffic. could just be speeding those are the main ones."once pulled over an officer will take a closer look for things like a greenish white film on the tongue and of course the obvious smell. sot: officer charlette brannon, california highway patrol// "red bloodshot eyes, maybe their speech, they demeanor sometimes they are a little bit slower. slower reaction time."if an officer has reason to believe you are impaired regardless if it's weed or alcohol they give you the same sobriety test.(nats) it starts with a series of about 20
questions that gauge your consiousness and memory. (nats) then you're asked to follow a pen using your eyes without moving your head.next you're asked to take nine steps heel to toe and turn in a stepped pivot motion to repeat.and finally if you have no injury your balance is put to the test by lifting your choice of foot pointed downward for 30 seconds at most or however long the officer tells you to keep it up.if they suspect you're not sober you may see this tool known as a pas test for short that detects alcohol levels like a breathalazyer. sot: officer charlette brannon, california highway patrol// "so this is a preliminary alcohol screening test. this is not a standardized test so its optional. so it is a test to determine blood alcohol content."but unlike alcohol there is no device yet available to law enforcement to gauge t-h-c levels in the system considering it can stay in the body well past smoking or ingesting.sot: officer charlette brannon, california highway patrol// "it would be a helpful tool just like the
preliminary alcohol screening tool again that's optional though. so if we had that it would be able to determine limits. but with our standard filed sobriety test we are able to determine if the driver is impaired."until then, officers will continue making arrests for drivers they believe to by high based on their observations.in contra costa county ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (justine) new at ten. former white house chief strategist steve bannon...has apoligized for his delay...in responding to his comments in the book " fire and fury"...in which he criticized donald trump junior. bannon says his support of the president and his agenda are unwavering... and calls donald trump junior quote "a patriot and a good man." however in the book...bannon calls trump junior "treasonous" and "unpatriotic." bannon now says he regrets not responding to the book five days ago...when excerpts of the book were released. (justine) a virutal black-out on the red carpet at the gloden globes. as actors and actresses are
wearing-black in protest at the awards ceremony. it is part of the "time's up" initiative... which was created to fight sexual misconduct across the country. many men put a "time's up" pin on their tux. also, some actors are attending the globes with advocates for gender and racial justice. one guest is the founder of the #metoo movement. the black-out is also an effort to raise money for a legal defense fund for victims of sexual misconduct in the workplace. (justine) here are some big winners from the 75th golden globe awards. for motion picture: best drama-- three billboards outside ebbing, missouri. best musical or comedy-- "lady bird." best actor-- gary oldman for "darkest hour." best actress-- "frances mcdormand for "three billboards outside ebbing, missouri." for television series: best drama series-- "the handmaid's tale." best musical or comedy series-- "the marvelous mrs. maisel." best actor-- sterling k brown for "this is
us." best actress-- elizabeth moss for "the handmaid's tale." also, palo alto native james franco took home best actor in a musical or comedy for his work on "the disaster artist." (jr stone)(vo) it was also a night of firsts at the golden globes -- and our partners at c-n-n took note. sterling k. brown became the first black actor to win for leading performance in a tv drama. aziz ansari is now the first asian male actor to win best leading performance in a tv comedy. and oprah is the first black woman to receive cecil b. demille award. (jr stone) coming up... a bear cub is rescued after the socal wildfires... we'll hear from the man who took action after finding the cub badly burned. (justine) one east bay family is calling this suspected thief.... the "cookie monster"... tonight - they are hoping their video will help make sure his crimes crumble. (anny) and i'm tracking the storm...
cancelled a number of flights. baggage claim was a nightmare for some waiting several hours for their bags. some were simply told to come back later to retrieve their items. it is unclear what caused the water main break. (jr stone) taking a live look outside....(justine) meteorologist anny hong has our forecast. . (anny hong): partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures are forecastthrough this evening. the storm system developing offshore isexpected to be the strongest so far this season, producingperiods of heavy rain and strong winds, especially monday and monday night. showers will
(jrstone) the thomas fire in southern california not only affected residents but wildlife in the area. ojai (oh-hah) resident-- trevor quirk-- found this black bear cub on a trail in los padres national forest in vertura county. he named it sisa. the cub-- about eight months old-- had burns all over its body. it is believed the burns were from the fire.(trevor quirk/ ): "the bear was immobile. it had no paws basically. it was very, very sad. its jaw was burnt through on one side... we put it into the game warden's truck and took it down the mountain and that was the last i saw of sisa." a veterinarian examined
the bear. determining it was suffering and had little chance of survival... the decision was made to euthanize the bear cub. while quirk is still devastated by what happened to the bear... he takes solace in the fact that it is no longer suffering. (justine) an east bay family is calling this suspected package thief the "cookie monster" and they are hoping that this surveillance video leads to him being caught. kron4's charles clifford reports from oakland.. around 222 tuesday morning, this man appeared on the front porch of the home of ilana pearlman and seth engel. he's outside their door for less than a minute. after looking around he takes two packages that were sitting on the steps and pulls all the mail out of the mailbox and then leaves. the whole encounter was captures on video and ilana and seth watched it the next morning.soti felt violated.sot i thought it was creepy. that someoneone of the boxes the
man takes was full of holiday cookies that ilana's grandmother had sent them. a neighbor found the cookies scattered along the sidewalk down the street and returned them the next day.sotthey are sugar cookies. i was wondering if the guy was diabetic or why he didn't want the cookies.seth did file an online police report with the oakland police department but so far this man has not been identified. seth and ilana aren't optistic that they will get their stolen items back but they do plan to make some safety upgrades around the house.sotmean old grandma shouldn't be sending cookies. sotmaybe get some times lights. sotin all seriousness, yeah stop the mail when your away and have the neighbors pick up your packages.anyone with information is asked to contact the oakland police department. in oakland, charles clifford kron 4 news.
(justine) (oncam) 4 your health--- if you're a calorie-conscious wine lover, you've probably stumbled upon "skinny" wines... they claim to provide the same delicious beverage... without all those pesky calories. but are the calorie savings worth the compromise? kim hutcherson has the details in today's health minute. flavor, aroma and balance matter when choosing a glass of wine...but if you're on a diet, calorie content might be on your mind.there are about one-hundred-twenty calories in
a glass of white table wine. but depending on the variety, "skinny" wines have fifteen- to thirty-percent fewer calories.you could save anywhere from twenty to forty calories on a typical glass... so where do the calorie savings come from?it's not sugar - red wine contains less than a gram of sugar per glass; white wine has about 1-and-a-half grams in every glass winemakers looking to control calories tend to lower the alcohol content insisting the process maintains flavor, aroma, and feel of a full-alcohol wine.but wine experts say the calorie savings from "skinny" wine is negligible...suggesting you savor every sip and tally up calories elsewhere.for today's health minute, i'm kim hutcherson. (j.r.) after wildfires ravaged the north bay....homeowners might want to consider a new option. a construction company in sacramento is building container homes that they claim...are nearly fireproof. from the outside -- they look just like a regular shipping container. but
once inside -- the homes can be built to any level of finish. not only can you live in one as small as 160 square feet... but they can also be used in disaster situations.james roberts: "they're using these for medical relief facilities outside of just housing. and then you've seen all the time out at construction yards." the recycled containers are also practically indestructible. they're designed to be in hurricane level forces and winds for up to 50 years. with prices starting at 55-thousand dollars -- they're affordable for many looking to own their own home or rebuild. (jr stone) (vo) a collision shuts down a san ramon street for most of the day -- the latest on the major thoroughfare that just reopened a little over an hour ago. (justine) (vo) a good samaritan tracks down a stolen cop car -- hear his story about how he managed to track down the thief.
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(justine) you can always get the latest weather forecast... track live radar and get traffic alerts ... just download the kron4 mobile app! (justine) a traffic stop in the east bay lead to police taking loaded guns from teenagers. here are the guns police in richmond say they recovered. it includes a couple of magazines and two loaded pistols, one of which was reported stolen. polcie tell us, an officer patrolling the city's iron triangle noticed a car blow through a stop sign at west macdonald ave. and curry street. the officer followed the car and police report he saw the people inside throw guns and magazines from guns out the window. after several minutes the driver did stop. and all 4 people inside were detained. the suspects were all juveniles between 15 and 17 years old. and they were all booked at juvenile
hall. (jrstone) at least on person was injured in a car crash in san ramon today. take a look at these pictures courtesy of the san ramon police department. the crash happened around 3:20 on alcosta boulevard. according to police, alcosta was shut down between stagecoach road and olympia fields drive until about 8:45 tonight. no word on the condition of the person injured in the accident. (justine) (oncam) new tonight at 10... a good samaritan chased down a driver suspected of stealing a sacramento police patrol car over the weekend. reporter leticia ordaz has more. chris marzan says it's a night he will never forget after seeing a car driving out of control near stockton boulevard in south sacramento. chris marzan/witness:"i noticed it was a sacramento police vehicle. as i passed, he makes a u-turn so in my
mind i'm like great i am going to get pulled over."marzan, a former security guard, didn't get get pulled over.instead, he witnessed the patrol car crash.chris marzan/witness: "looking into my rear view mirror, i noticed that the vehicle continued swerving side to side and eventually crashed into a side parking lot."that's when he realized the person driving the patrol car was not in uniform.chris marzan/witness:"i then saw an individual -- a male -- get out of the vehicle wearing gray sweats, black shirt. and i'm like he is definitely not an officer. he gets back into the patrol car, so as a double back..."marzan says he dialed 9-1-1 and proceeded to follow the driver... and record his every move using his new dash cam.chris marzan/witness:"i said this guy needs to be stopped // my concern was there was a bunch of pedestrians around and this guy was driving reckless so i proceeded to follow him." leticia "the suspect decided to stop at a one market. beer and that's when marzan went in and made a citizen's arrest." chris marzan/witness:"i used caution. i was very careful because i didn't know if this guy was going to come out with a weapon."marzan placed the 22-year-old in handcuffs.chris "i was like 'get down on the zachary samaha complied with orders but the good samaritan says he was clearly intoxicated.chris marzan/witness:"he was like, 'oh okay, you got me,' and he was just laughing about the whole thing. so it was like a big joke to him."sacramento police say they are investigating the incident and hope to prevent another patrol car from being stolen again. sgt. vance chandler/sacramento police:"i don't know why
anyone would commit such a crime. we are looking into it right now and we're looking at our policies and procedures if there are any lessons learned from this event."marzan says he knows he put his life at risk... but has not regrets. leticia ordaz/reporting: "hindsight, do you regret doing what you did?"chris marzan/witness:"since last night a lot of people have talked to me about it. i don't recommend anyone doing anything that i did. i stand by my decision because i can't live with myself if something happened to someone."officers say they appreciate his help. sgt. vance chandler/sacramento police:"we do need the help from the community. there are our eyes and ears out there so we are appreciative that we got the call and we are very fortunate that nobody was hurt." (j.r.) it's been three years since two brothers attacked the charlie hebdo offices killing 12 people in
paris. mourners brought flowers and lit candles outside the former office of the satirical magazine. french president emmanuel macron and paris mayor anne hidalgo laid a wreath to mark the third anniversary. the names of the victims were read and a minute of silence was held. tributes were held for all 17 victims killed during the three-day killing spree. (justine) a sacramento man is behind bars tonight after human remains were found in his backyard. michael sager was arrested friday. authorities say construction workers reported finding what they believed was human remains in a shallow grave. authorities say sager and the victim both lived in the home back in 20-15. investigators believe the two got into an argument... leading to sager stabbing and killing the victim. no missing person's report was ever filed. coming upwith all the snatch and grab robberies that have been happening on bart. there
(jr stone)(2shot)thieves continue to plague bart riders around the bay area.(justine) instead of getting mad -- there are ways you can protect yourself.as our stanley roberts explains, all you have to do is give potential thieves "the finger." using the bay area rapid transit aka bart can be sometimes be an interesting experience, nats: ambiance what i noticed is that most people done have a clue as to whats going on around them while they are there waiting for a train most of them have their heads buried inside their electronic devices, either watching movies or
scrolling through their social media accounts nats ambiance as the trains come and go many will look up to see if it's their train, but then its back to staring into the phone or tablet and that gives the bad guys an advantage because; do to some riders lack of attentiveness there has been an huge uptick in snatch and grab robberies ..although i think snatch and grab is redundant it should be called snatch and run because that's what they do. they wait for the doors then as they close they snatch and run with all the thefts of hi tech equipment there a low tech way of keeping your electronics from getting stolen, just give them the finger. no not that finger , this finger and hold your phone just like this so i walked around bart giving impromptu lessons on the simple low tech way to keep their phones safe althought the easiest way to is put your phone away we all know that is asking too much for some people so i show them the unsafe way see how you are holding your phone? so what going to prevent someone from running and taking it from you, nothing what usually on your phone? personal information what else photos . and the safer way i would feel you on my hand where as like
this it's almost like they can just yea yea i can see the difference ok that was quick that was easy this is safer (yes it is safer) it is safer yea while you're riding bart right so remember if you want to keep the bad guys from snagging your phone give them the finger ! in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news (justine) still ahead. it can be a challenge to pay for rent in the bay area.... we'll show you ways to help lower your bills after the break... (jr stone)
(justine) millions of americans can not afford their rent... that is according to a new harvard report.(j.r.) reid binion shows you ways to help lower your bills. nearly half of renters can't afford their rent.according to a harvard report -- almost 21 million people were considered burdened by the price of their rent in 2016.meaning more than 30 percent of income is dedicated to housing and utilities.some are in even worse shape.25 percent of renters pay more than half of their income for housing. losing such a big chunk of your check can impact your savings -- and force tough spending decisions down the road. like deciding whether to pay rent or pay for food.there is some good news.an improving economy and rising paychecks have helped ease the burden for some renters.but -- affluent renters -- combined
with high building and land costs -- are driving the prices up.you may be able to lower payments.try to switch providers every year.call your cable company to see if you can negotiate a lower rate.or cut the cord -- and switch to a streaming service.consider getting a roommate.the new person could help you cut costs in half.if you are a good renter -- haggle with your try to talk the company out of raising your rent when it comes time to if an appliance breaks -- ask your landlord credit on your next rent statement.especially if you have to spend money for that get fixed.bottom line -- it doesn't hurt to have a conversation.keep your costs down.watch -- i'm reid binion. (justine) taking a live look outside....(jr stone) meteorologist anny hong has our forecast.. .
(anny hong): partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures are forecastthrough this evening. the storm system developing offshore isexpected to be the strongest so far this season, producingperiods of heavy rain and strong winds, especially monday and monday night. showers will continue into tuesday. dry weather isforecast for the second half of next week.
against the panthers. we head to the superdome-- first quarter -- drew brees finds the former panther, ted ginn junior for a 80-yard touchdown brees had his seventh 300- yard passing game in the playoffs... third-most of all-time. saints up 21-9 at the half in the fourth -- cam newton with no time to throw... rookie, tyeler davison with a special delivery big hit on the former m-v- p... he would leave the game for only two snaps saints up 31-19 -- newton connects with christian mccaffrey the rookie does the rest... 56-yard score... panthers still alive fourth and 23 -- carolina needs a touchdown... but cam gets sacked by vonn bell. new
orleans holds on to win 31-26 they'll face the vikings in the divisional round next sunday for many teams making the playoffs is an expectation, but when you play for the bills or jaguars... it's a celebration. buffalo back in the big dance for the first time in 18 years. jacksonville... playing in their first postseason game since 2007. jags go for it on fourth and goal -- blake bortles finds ben koyack for the only touchdown of
the game... 10-3 jags late in the fourth -- dante fowler takes down tyrod taylor. he leaves the game with a concussion rookie, nate peterman... who threw five picks against the chargers... has to come in. 32 seconds left in the game -- jalen ramsey... showing off his athletisim... picks him off his athletisim... picks him
off to seal the game jacksonville win 10-3 next sunday they'll face the steelers in heinz field sharks on the ice today... in winnipeg versus the jets... but it wasn't their day... great move to avoid the check here...matt hedricks eventually tips in the slap shot... 1-0 jets now 2-0 jets... but the sharks come back... logan couture scores on the power play to cut the lead in half... but less than five minutes ater...mathieu perreault... with the double tip on the power play... 3-1 jets... and
that's all she wrote final score... 4-1 winnipeg... the sharks have five days of before hosting arizona saturday cardinal hoops tonight -- we start with the men's team... the were taking on the trojans down at the farm. dorian pickens, who hit the game-winner against u-c-l-a in double-overtime thursday... was looking for a big conference win against u-s-c. travis was a inside... he
losing your hair is no fun and no one wants to be bald but there is hope. getting my hair back was the best thing that ever happened to me. i'm happy with the way i look now. i'm very excited about my hair. i feel beautiful. i love my hair. [ male announcer ] hair club offers all proven hair loss solutions backed by our commitment to satisfaction guaranteed.
if you're not 100% satisfied with the solution you choose, hair club will apply the purchase price to another proven hair loss solution or transplant more hair at no charge. it was the best thing i've ever done. it looks good on me. [ male announcer ] call in the next five minutes to get your free brochure at no obligation. it will tell you everything you need to know about your hair-loss problem and it's free if you call now. i am more pleased than what i had even imagined. i at least look, i would say, five years younger. i'm 52 and i look better now than i did when i was in my 40s. i feel great. [ male announcer ] and that's not all. the first 100 people who call will also receive $250 off any hair loss solution from hair club. call now! (justine) (oncam) every
blockbuster eventually falls from the top spot at the box office -- even a "star wars" movie. which film took its place this weekend? here's rick damigella with the top five. "pitch perfect three" sang a song of fifth place, with weekend grosses of 10- point-two million dollars. "the greatest showman" stayed in fourth place, conjuring up 13-point-eight million. after three weekends on top, "star wars: the last jedi" fell to third place, but 23-point-six
million dollars gave the blockbuster a domestic total of 573-million.(nat) "insidious: the last key," the fourth film in the "insidious" franchise, got start, opening in second place with 29- million dollars.welcome to "jumanji: welcome to rose to with a 36-million dollar weekend. in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. - [narrator] the following is a paid
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