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who... died there...are from the bay area. the latest victim is a 71-year-old man from berkeley. good evening i'm grant lodes. (vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis. the latest victim is from the east bay.. he was found face down in the water about 100 yards off maluaka beach in makena. you can see all the deaths happened along the maui coast. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with a local dive instructor who explains why this may be happening. (philippe) the maui police department says 71-year-old alexander tsukerman was alone offshore... his friends and family on maluaka beach -- when first responders reached him in a rescue boat. police say the berkeley man was rushed to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. one of nine older men to have drowned in a maui beach since mid-january. john lathbury/dive instructor- "if you get in trouble, uh, if you're not fit enough then its difficult to deal with that. so, if you get a mouth full of water and start choking and start flaring around and you not sure what you're doing, then pretty soon, it could go from bad to worse quickl>" john lathbury is a volunteer diver for the alameda county
sheriff's office and an instructor for the professional association of diving instructors. maui police say the latest drowning victim was using a traditional two-piece scuba mask and snorkel.john lathbury/dive instructor- "people think its easy to do and you can just throw on a mask and snorkel and there you go, and you really should probably have a little bit of training and, uh, if you're smart, you'll actually ask the locals about conditions locally, and where's a good beach to do this and is it safe and are there riptides and currents and so on." a maui fire services chief says all of the recent drownings happened at what are considered safe beaches. but several victims were alone when they were in the water. lathbury suggests swimming in pairs and to always wear a life-jacket. philippe djegal, kron four news. (grant) breaking news out of southern california... three people are dead and two others are injured after a small helicopter crashed into a home in newport beach.
it happened just before two this afternoon. fire crews say it is unclear whether the three people who were killed were on the four-seat chopper. there was no subsequent fire.... and it's unclear whether anybody was in the home. the f-a-a says the helicopter had taken off from john wayne airport in orange county. that is about a mile from the crash site. (vicki) to the south bay now... where we are learning more about what happened when a woman... who officers say was armed with a shotgun... was shot by police.(grant) kron four's rob fladeboe has more on the story now live from police headquarters in san jose. rob? (rob live) police have identified the woman as 55 year old teresa haddox. she is expected to survive after she was shot during a confrontation with police, but not before she threatened them with a shotgun and threatened to take her own life. here's more.
eddie garcia/san jose police "...she was definitely suicidal, there is no doubt about that..."san jose police chief eddie garcia says the drama began when someone here on feller avenue in the alum rock district called called 911 to report that a neighbor,, teresa haddox, was armed with a shotgun and threatening suicide.chief eddie garcia"....then there was a call to 911 from the woman herself who threatened that if police come to her residence she would shoot them. she hung up and than a short time later she called 911 again and said that if the officers came to her home she would commit suicide...."chief garcia says most officers have undergone mandatory training in dealing with suicidal or mentally ill individuals but in this case he says there was precious little time for officers toengage the woman, whom garcia says was threatening the lives of the responding officers.chief eddie garcia/san jose police ".....she emerged from the residence holding a shotgun, as she emerged from the residence, she raised the gun and pointed it at the officers, at that point one of the officers fired once, hitting the woman and she went to the ground..."the chief says the shotgun was not
loaded but the officers did'nt know that. the woman suffered what are described as non life threatening injuries. the officer who shot her is a 19 year veteran who is now on administrative leave as the investigation continues. (rob live) teresa haddox is to be charged with seven counts of threatening a police officer,brandishing a firearm and assault with a deadly weapon. (vicki) happening now... police are now... happening (vicki)(vicki) happening now... police are looking for a shooter who
left one person in critical condition in el sobrante. it happened just after 10:00 last night on valley view road near appian way. c-h-p officers later found someone with gunshot wounds on westbound i-80 at san pablo avenue... police say the 27-year-old victim crashed his car after being shot earlier on valley view road....and then the shooter drove off. police have not yet released any information about the shooter or their car. (vicki) a woman was arrested for both a hit- and-run and crashing her car into an officer's patrol car in rohnert park. police believe she was driving drunk at the time. at around 10:30 last night....there was a car crash near commerce boulevard and golf course drive. when the victim tried to exchange information....the woman got back in her car and left. police later found the woman...and while trying to pull her over....she crashed into the patrol car. police say that while arresting her...she bit a paramedic and tried kicking officers. she faces multiple charges including a d-u-i...resisting arrest and hit-and-run.
(grant) happening tonight... president trump will deliver his first state of the union address. he's expected to talk about the economy, tax cuts, immigration, border security, north korea...and much more. kristen holmes reports from washington. president trump: it's a big speech.president donald trump set to deliver his first state of the union address, with an official theme: a safe, strong, and proud america.the white house promising a bipartisan tone as president trump is expected to cover a variety of topics including tax cuts, immigration, the economy, and infrastructure. rep. paul ryan / -r- house speaker: this will be my 20th of these that i've sat in, and i've got to tell you, to be able to hear a state of the union, as bright as it is right now is something that is very encouraging.but not everyone sees it that
way.rep. cedric l. richmond / chairman congressional black caucus: the state of our precious union is fractured, it's divided. and the president has the responsibility and gets the credit for making it that way.several lawmakers plan to skip the address.rep. barbara lee / d- california: i will
not attend this state of the union because this president has not honored nor respected the office of the presidency and has shown total disregard for our democratic institutions.others say this is about more just than a speech. gov. john kasich / r- ohio: whatever speech you make, has to be followed up with policy. other lawmakers have invited young immigrants to put a face on the daca issue.some members of congress will be dressed in black, some bringing victims of sexual assault -- highlighting the me too movement.in washington, i'm kristen holmes. (grant) nancy pelosi...the house minority leader from san francisco... is among the lawmakers who invited young immigrants to the state of the union address. and east bay congresswoman barbara lee ... who you just heard from... says.... she will not be attending the speech... along with 12
other house democrats. (grant) and stay with kron four for complete coverage of the state of the union. we will carry the address live at 6:00 tonight. it will be streamed on our facebook page... where you can join the conversation and share your thoughts on the president's
speech. we will also be streaming it on kron4.com and the kron4 mobile app. (vicki) walgreens is paying a fine - after being accused of pricing and expiration dateviolations... (grant) it's the result of a civil law enforcement action here in california.. catherine heenan is here with the details.. (catherine) walgreens is paying a fine of 2-point-2-5 million dollars -- but without admittingany wrongdoing... this is part of a settlement deal - after the district attorneys of san mateo, santa clara, contra costa and santa cruz counties accused the company of violating state law. they said walgreens had charged customers more than the lowest posted or advertised price for items -- after scanner inspections were done.. the d-a's also said the company sold baby formula and baby food after the "use by" date...and over-the counter drugs after the expiration date. walgreens will pay the civil penalties and costs involved in the case.... it will also begin a compliance program to
make sure that items are removed from shelves before they've expired. walgreens operates more than 600 stores in california. vicki and grant? (vicki) happening now... c-h-p officers are increasing patrols after another commuter bus is damaged. it happened on interstate-280 yesterday... when someone smashed a window. kron 4's lydia pantazes reports. (lydia)this is where a tech shuttle bus picks up employees every morning and takes them to work in the silicon valley. but now these commuters are worried about violence. earlier this month, vandals broke windows of six buses chartered by apple and google. the buses were carrying employees traveling northbound on i280 between san francisco, cupertino and mountain view. the latest attack was on monday when the window of a tech bus was shattered on interested 280.we asked commuters about whether they're worried about the recent attacks.cg: tech bus rider/identity hidden "i'm concerned, i wouldn't say scared but it's always a concern having a family you always hear all these crazy stories, it's something i hear about everyday when i take it
coming and going so it's definitely something i think about everyday."(vo)at this same bus stops is where protesters will be on friday morning from 6am to 10am. the organizer of the event says the goal is to stop abuse of private roads by corporations and stop the increase of gentrification.cg: daniel gohstand/protest organizer "we've just found that the corporations have made this city unloveable, i was born here i've lived here for 20- years in this beautiful apartment and now the situation with the fumes and the noise and the congestion and the discourtesy is just unlivable."the organizer is asking my people to come picket peacefully at this bus stop.reporting in san francisco, lydia pantazes kron4 news. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we enoyed a lot of sunshine and warmer weather today with some highs
in the low 70s. it will be a nice mild evening and more spring like weather is ahead. if you're going out tonight you'll need a light jacket or coat. temperatures will begin mild but cool off rapidly. you can see some rain on doppler radar but it is well to the north. high pressure can be seen on the satellite image. it's a rather flat ridge allowing a few clouds to move over from time to time but we'll stay dry. as we head toward the later part of the week the ridge will strengthen to bring more sunshine and temperatures well above normal. for tomorrow we will see sunshine and a few clouds with mild temperatures in the 60s. we can expect a similar day on thursday. by friday offshore winds begin to clear our skies and bring unusually warm weather all the way to the coast. warm and dry weather will continue into the weekend. (grant) coming up... massive
panic... after a missle threat is mistakenly sent to hawaii. and tonight... we are learning exactly what caused a worker to send out the alert. (vicki) plus... a new report highlights several bridges in the bay area that could be unsafe. we'll tell you which ones. (grant) plus after the break... it's no secret that super bowl tickets are hard to come by... tonight we are learning that even the players have trouble getting tickets. we'll have the latest live from minneapolis. at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world. connecting with the things that matter most.
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eagles and new england patriots are just five days away from facing off in super bowl 52. and ámost of their focus is on the big game. but there can be some distractions for the players leading up to sunday. for more on that story... let's go live to minneapolis with anthony calhoun... (anthony) most people have never been to a super bowl, mainly because it's nearly impossible to find tickets you can afford! face value for tickets, between $950-$5,000. no one really gets a deal on seats, not even the men who will play in the game. nate solder: "i got about 50 texts right after the afc championship so - i kinda
of politely say i'm not going to be able to do that or i try to do it the best that i can. but that's something you have to take cafe of early and get out of the way.the players in the big game have access to 15 tickets and two of those are free and the remaining can cost the players close to $2,000 a ticket. - and that can be a struggle trying to take care of family and friends.brandon cooks: "i'm here to play football and all the tickets that i have they can get and after that you got to go on stubhub. i can't help you so. i'm totally locked in on the tasked at hand. "as for the patriot players - this has been old habitbut it doesn't make the process easy.james develin "really you kind of put it on your wife or somebody else like that and let them handle it so we can focus on what we need to focus on that's playing this game." kyle van voy: "make my wife do ithahai mean this is a blessing to be here and try to soak up every chance you get." majority of the eagles players have never experience the agony of trying to take care of folks dying to go to the big game.trey burton: that was the craziest thing i have ever experienced a couple days. just random numbers, random people, friends from old days you haven't talked to in years. but it's all fun.jalen mills: i just give it to mom. i let mom take care of it. i don't worry nothing about it. she knows who i want here and that's it."
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los angeles has shot down the latest effort to collect money from o.j. simpson - to help pay off a civil judgement. (vicki) simpson owes more than 70-million dollars in a wrongful death judgement - after the killings of nicole brown simpson and her friend ron goldman. catherine heenan is here with more on today's decision.. (catherine) the judge turned down a move aimed at getting simpson to turn over profits from signing autographs... this is simpson at an earlier court appearance.. while simpson was acquitted of 2 counts of murder in 1994 - a civil court jury later foundhim liable for wrongful death...and ordered him to pay millions of dollars. but today that superior court judge refused the move to get simpson to pay off some of that debt from the autographs -- arguing that ron goldman's father, fred, can't identify who is paying simpson.
while most of the court award has been unpaid - fred goldman 'has' been able to seize someof simpson's assets - including video game royalties. also - the rights to the book "if i did it"..... simpson 'did' sign autographs after his release from a nevada prison - to pay legal bills.grant and vicki? (grant) and after the break... find out which bay area bridges are being deemed as structurally deficient.
tonight at 5:30... a new report identifies several structurally deficient bridges here in the bay area. and thousands of motorists cross those bridges on a daily basis. (grant) today, kron four news examines the report and what it all means for you. lets go live to kron four's terisa estacio who is live in pleasant hill... at one of the bridges that was listed on the report. terisa? the report by the american road and transportation builders assocation examined this bridge where 680 goes over monument blvd in costa county calling it structurally deficient meaning - one of the key elements is in poor or worse condition. it was back in 2007 when a bridge in minneapolis suddenly collapsed, motorists plunged into the river, 13 people died. following that accident, more reports came
out about bridge safety. back here locally,here's a look at some of the other bridges found structually deficient you may be familiar with in santa rosa, highway 101 over college avenue san rafael, highway 101 over irwin creek hayward, interstate 580 over san lorenzo creek pleasant hill, 680 over monument redwood city, highway 101 over cordilleras creekand santa clara, insterstae 280 over lawrence expressway. in total, according to the report of the 25, 657 bridges in the state 1,603 or 6.2 percent are classified as structurally deficient. bob haus, caltrans spokesperson. what is the takeaway? well, the takeaway is that our infrastructure is aging. a lot of these bridges were built back in the 40s and 50s, a lot of the structures are coming to the end of their service, we are gont to have to make a major investment in the infrasture. bob haus caltrans spokesperson says the report is a helpful tool, one they can use to go and look at the findings more carefully. bob haus. if on the list, as structurally deficienct it could mean cracked concrete. it does not mean collapse.
this is not a drill...(vicki) we all know now it was a test, but not before the false ballistic missile alert sent panic through hawaiian tourists and natives.as someone who was there at the time, i can tell you it did not seem like a joke.(grant) more than two weeks later we are learning now that the worker responsible had a history of on=the=job mess=ups. catherine heenan is here to tell us how state officials have responded.catherine? (catherine) we still don't have the name of the emergency response worker
blamed for triggering panic in paradise. he's identified only as 'employee number one'.... and as of last friday, he's no longer employed by the state of hawaii. "one employee has been terminated, one employee resigned before any disciplinary action was taken, we are in the process of suspending one employee without pay."the problem began at eight=oh=five in the morning of january 13th:deep inside the emergency bunker buried in diamond head ... the supervisor of the outgoing night shift initiated a no=notice test of the ballistic missile defense system. "employee one said he didn't know it was an exercise even though five others that were in the warning point room at that time heard 'exercise, exercise, exercise," which indicates that it is a drill and informs everybody that it is a drill." adding to the problem: the alert message erroneously contained the language, "this is not a drill." hearing that, employee one sent out the warning to thousands of cell phones.the pentagon immediately denied there was any missile threat, but in the bunker...employee one became confused, he froze,
and another employee had to take over his responsibilities. hawaii national guard general bruce oliveira revealed that the unidentified employee had a history of what he called 'performance issues" over the past ten years he has confused drills at least two times, a real world drill and a practice drill. (catherine)(catherine) (catherine) the head of hawaii's emergency management agency was not implicated in this mess... nevertheless, he submitted his resignation last night and it was accepted today.grant and vicki? (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with
chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we enoyed a lot of sunshine and warmer weather today with some highs in the low 70s. it will be a nice mild evening and more spring like weather is ahead. if you're going out tonight you'll need a light jacket or coat. temperatures will begin mild but cool off rapidly. you can see some rain on doppler radar but it is well to the north. high pressure can be seen on the satellite image. it's a rather flat ridge allowing a few clouds to move over from time to time but we'll stay dry. as we head toward the later part of the week the ridge will strengthen to bring more sunshine and temperatures well above normal. for tomorrow we will see sunshine and a few clouds with mild temperatures in the 60s. we can expect a similar day on thursday. by friday offshore winds begin to clear our skies and bring unusually warm weather all the way to the coast. warm and dry
weather will continue into the weekend. (vicki) happening tonight... president trump will deliver his first state of the union address. (grant) joining us live now from washington d-c... is our white house correspondent alexandra limon. alexandra, what can we expect from this speech? president trump is expected to talk about what he's accomplished during his first year in office and what he hopes to accomplish next (this?) year.but as the president shares his message - lamakers will share their own message not with their wordsbut with the guests they invited tonight.pkgjudicial appointments, infrastructure, immigration and the recently passed republican tax plan are all things presiden trump is expected to talk about during his state of the union address sen john thune / south dakota r
i think the president, obviously, can take a lot of credit for some of the things that have happened this past year, tax reform, rolling back regulations, i think the growth of our economy is reflective of those policies. immigration in particular is a sticking point for democrats senator ron wyden of oregon says his guests to the speech are oregon's dream team.two brothers one a daca recipient one a u-s born citizen.ron wyden / oregon dthe two of them have always worked to support each other. sometimes one of them worked to support the other. sometimes one would be in school. sometimes one would be working. but they just embody america's special values.alexandra limonin addition to talking policy both republicans and democrats hope the president can also address unity.rep. jacky rosen / nevada dall this devisice talk all these things about pitting one group against another its not good for our country it's not good for our democracy and i want to see him outstretch his hands and try to bring everybody back together.but the road to unity - especially among the political parties may be a long one rep. barbara leethis president has not honored nor respected the office of the presidentcy and has showed
total disregard for our democratic institutions.about a dozen or so democrats are skipping the state of the union. in washington alexadnra limonlive tagdemocratic leaders are urging members of their caucus to simply skip the state of the union if they want to protest it, rather than walking out or making a scene. the president's address is scheudled to begin at nine here on the east coast.live in washington alexandra limon (vicki) and stay with kron four for complete coverage of the state of the union. we will carry the address live at 6:00 tonight. it will be streamed on our facebook page... where you can join the conversation and share your thoughts on the president's
coming to her...when her head fell off during a ride.(grant) take a look. the animatronic ursula head fell off while on the little mermaid ride.. horrifed park guests watched as it happened. this was sunday at disneyland's california adventure park in anaheim. witnesses say the head dangled... while the robotic villain continued to sing. disneyland officials are investigating what caused ursula's head to become almost compeletyey detached. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
see on four.... a desperate plea for help... from a grieving widow ... whose husband's remains were left in bags in a hayward warehouse.(vicki) the suspect in the case fled to cambodia and is still on the run tonight. it happened last year... missing uber driver piseth chhay, a father of two, was killed. chhay's wife, for the first time since the suspect was named, is speaking out only to kron four .. (grant) she is also speaking out the first time since dna determined the remains found were in fact chhay's. as kron 4's j.r. stone reports tonight...chhay's widow is now pleading for help. sot i struggle to survive each day for my boys...for my boys i have to be strong for my boys but they ask for their father every day at 7 am before schoolit's now been more than 8 months since
rattana kim's husband piseth chhay went missing. his remains were eventually found in bags in this hayward warehouse. the victim of a murder. police say the suspect, bob tang, a former friend of chhay's, fled to his homeland of cambodia and is still on the loose right now. sot the house has been quiet and it's so hard for me to go upstairs it's so hard for me to stand there and look at the sofa where he used to sitfor the first time we're seeing a picture of tang, taken last year, at a community meeting focused on finding chhay. hours after it was taken tang fled the country. chhay's sons both 9 and 12 spoke at his memorial earlier this month. they are still dealing with the loss of their dad. rattana works nights as a nurse and receives a call every evening from them to make sure she is okay.sot i did not answer the phone because i was busy with my patients and they got scared they said mommy where were you i called you and when i picked up the phone they said mommy where were you...i called you and i thought someone took you
away like bob tang took daddy. they panicked...that's my life rattana says time has not healed the loss of her husband. in fact she's begging that someone, with or without cambodian ties, is able to help authorities catch bob tang.sot you are my eyes you are my ears i need your help my kids need your help my family needs your help i'm begging you please look into your heart come forward with whatever you know about this case...anything.j.r. stone kron 4 news. (vicki) a big story we are following... former "glee" star, mark salling, was found dead today. officials say the actor's death is being investigated as a suicide. salling's (vicki) 4 news.
(vicki) a big story we are following... former "glee" star, mark salling, was found dead today. officials say the actor's death is being investigated as a suicide. salling's attorney confirmed the death. the actor recently pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography. his sentencing was scheduled for march 7 in los angeles. he was expected to serve between four and seven years in federal prison as part of a plea deal. he was 35 years old. (anchor) time now to
check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we enoyed a lot of sunshine and warmer weather today with some highs in the low 70s. it will be a nice mild evening and more spring like weather is ahead. if you're going out tonight you'll need a light jacket or coat. temperatures will begin mild but cool off rapidly. you can see some rain on doppler radar but it is well to the north. high pressure can be seen on the satellite image. it's a rather flat ridge allowing a few clouds to move over from time to time but we'll stay dry. as we head toward the later part of the week the ridge will strengthen
to bring more sunshine and temperatures well above normal. for tomorrow we will see sunshine and a few clouds with mild temperatures in the 60s. we can expect a similar day on thursday. by friday offshore winds begin to clear our skies and bring unusually warm weather all the way to the coast. warm and dry weather will continue into the weekend. (grant) next at 5...
17-year low.more people with jobs could mean more business travel.and more people flying to their vacation destinations. to keep up -- many airlines are adding more flights -- and flying larger planes.which could result in more available seats.and perhaps better prices for flights.united says -- this year -- it's going to increase capacity between four and six percent.that's faster than last year.southwest and jetblue also expect to grow bigger this year -- than in years past.in addition -- united plans to start matching the fare of lower cost carriers -- like spirit or frontier -- by expanding its no-frills fares.american and delta also have options for basic economy flights -- offering a cheaper fare but with restrictions on perks like selecting seats.with a variety of fares and seats to choose from -- 2018 may be the year for the frequent flier.for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney (vicki) that wrap up 4 news at 5.(granti) steve
aveson and pam moore are here with what's next in a special report.(steve) thank you grant and in just minutes.. president donald trump will deliver his first state of the union address to congress. white house officials say the theme is "building a safe, strong and proud america." (pam) this is a live look from the capitol. lawmakers are allowed to invite guests to join them tonight....many are using their invitees to make political statements on subjects like the daca program, and the me-too movement. we're going to bring you the state of the union address live and uninterrupted -- next. (pam) our special report
tonight... president donald trump delivering his first state of the union address. thank you for joining us ... i'm pam moore. (steve) and i'm steve aveson... the theme is a safe... strong and proud america. we want to go live now in the capitol building... the president is expected to talk about the economy... tax cuts... immigration and border security. - president mp . a lot of speculation about what other topics might include in this address tonight. from all the major television networks today he said he's striving to bring the united states together. >> the president had a lot of off the cuff remarks at the occasion. one i thought was interesting was he talked about what's the thing he learned the most in the first year of his presidency. he said as a business man he thought it would be easy to
make deals. he's learned the importance of compassion this first year and that's something he'll reference when making remarks about immigration, i'm told. >> we just saw the secretary of state rex tillerson coming in shaking hands and it's a the cabinet to be in position before the president comes in. they're all shaking hands and greeting one another. the president also told members at the meeting today that there is tremendous deviciveness in this country. he says if he could unite the country, he would consider it a great achievement. >> members of the president's cabinet making their way in. there will only be four members of the supreme court there as he's a custom to how they show up. three of them are out of town right now. they'll show up and two have chosen not to beme
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