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cash...and get on the ground. terrifying life and death moments in the north bay....gas station employees held up at gunpoint today... and the robber with the gun... is still on the loose tonight...(grant) thanks for joining us i'm grant lodes...(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis.... the hold-up happened at the 76 gas station at the corner of piner road and coffey lane...around 8:30 this morning in santa rosa...(grant) kron4's charles clifford is live in sonoma county tonight where he talked to the store owner about the scary encounter... charles what is he saying tonight? around 830 thursday moring, an armed gunman wearing an armed gunman wearing an armed thursday moring, around 830 thursday moring, an armed gunman wearing a light gray hooded sweatshirt, sunglasses and shorts entered the 76 gas station along coffey lane and demanded money from the cashiers. he is assertivenats he makes the cashiers put money from two different cash
registers into a brown paper bag. he then makes the employees lay down on the ground and he walks out of the store. in all, the gunman was inside for about 80 seconds.sot seeing the video, i think this guy has done this before. antonio bunting is the owner of the store. he was stunned by this video but says he's proud of how his employees handled the situation. he's also thankfull that no one was injured.sotthese two employees have been with us for 5 years and it can't be fun to have a gun waved in your face.the santa rosa police is investigating this case but so far have been unable to identify the suspecct. he is described as a black male in his mid twenties to mid thirties with facial hair. he was last seen driving along coffey lane in dark gray volkswagon jetta, which he had parked a short distance away from the 76 station.antonio hopes this man can be found quickly.soti hope that by putting his face on tv, someone will recognize him or maybe he wont do this again. (grant) san jose police are
looking for this guy... who robbed a well fargo bank last december. police just releasing this image...in march. it happened around ten-30 in the morning on december 16th on north first street near highwat 101. crook entered the bank with a gun. he demanded money from a teller and took off running. robber was wearing a light gray hoodie and a warriors hat at the time of the robbery. (vicki) another big story we're following tonight... in a stunning turn of events, north korea's dictator has offered to suspend nuclear missile tests... not only that -- president trump had accepted an invitation by jim jong un to meet face to face.
from our partner's at cnn mary moloney has the latest details... chung eui-yong/ south korean national security adviser: north korean leader kim jong un said he's committed to denuclearization. he pledged that north korea will refrain from any further nuclear or missile tests."in a stunning turn of events, north korea's dictator has offered to suspend nuclear missile tests and invited president donald trump to meet.south korea's national security advisor delivered the message from kim jong un to trump thursday. chung eui-yong/ south korean national security adviser: "i explained to president trump that his leadership and his maximum pressure policy, together with international solidarity brought us to this juncture."catching many off guard... trump delivered the news by popping his head into the white house briefing room earlier to tease that a major announcement was coming from south korea.chung eui-yong/ south korean national security adviser: "he expressed his eagerness to meet president trump as soon as possible. president trump appreciated the briefing and said he would meet kim jong un by may to achieve permanent denuclearization."while the meeting sounds hopeful, the south korean delegation says it remains cautiously optimistic.chung eui-yong/ south korean national security adviser: "the republic of korea, the united states, and our partners stand together in insisting that we not repeat the mistakes of the past and that the continue until north korea matches his words with concrete actions." i'm mary moloney, reporting.
reporting. moloney, reporting. (grant) earlier today we spoke to north korea expert and political science professor at cal state east bay... maria ortuoste... she explained the significance of this meeting and how we got here.... (grant) we have posted the entire interview on our website...kron our interview on entire posted the we have (grant)(grant) we have posted the entire
interview on our website...kron 4 dot com. (vicki) the shouting match between president trump and oakland mayor libby schaaf continues to get louder. earlier today-- the president said his government is looking into mayor schaaf's actions...after she warned people about impending immigration raids. president trump says ice agents were ready to take one-thousand people off the streets... but schaaf's warning allowed most of them to scatter and avoid capture. (vicki) in oakland...local leaders had strong responses after the president ripped
oakland's mayor.(grant) kron four's philippe djegal kron four's kron four's philippe djegal spoke with libby schaaf's colleagues... who say... schaaf did the right thing. (philippe) when it comes to president donald trump and his thoughts on the city of oakland... which he once called one of the most dangerous places in the world... dan kalb/councilme mber- "it's shameful." oakland councilman dan kalb does not mince words.dan kalb/councilmember- "once again the president is sticking his foot in his mouth, and is showing that he doesn't care about all the people in our country." kalb's colleague... councilmember at-large rebecca kaplan also coming to mayor libby schaaf's defense. saying the mayor's decision less than two weeks ago... to warn the public about imminent immigrations and customs enforcement raids in the bay area... was bold. rebecca kaplan/councilmember- "i think it is essential that we stand united against the rediculous actions of this federal government. they are not keeping people safe -- they are tearing apart our communities." 20-18 oakland mayoral candidate ken houston says mayor schaaf's heart may have been in the right place... but says her execution was poor.ken
houston/mayoral candidate- "if you warn someone -- you don't warn them with fear -- you warn them with information to protect themselves, philippe. you warn them to be ready -- not be reactive, be proactive." as for mayor schaaf... she took the president's comments in stride.libby schaaf/mayor- "i am proud to live in a country where everyone can criticize elected officials." after the raids... the department of justice said the mayor's warning allowed at least 800 undocumented immigrants to avoid an arrest. on thursday, president trump saying that number is closer to one-thousand. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. (grant) parents and students are fed up in san jose's troubled alum jose's fed up in san students are parents and (grant) (grant) parents and students are fed up in san jose's troubled alum rock unified school district. they claim their concerns are being ignored by the school board. parents joined hundreds of students who walked out of school in protest this afternoon. (grant) parents are describing the alum rock unified school
district board as ádysfunctional and ááincoherent. they are accusing the school board of lacking transparency, conflict of interest and aligning itself with corporate interests over the school community. frustration has reached a boiling point. (grant)(grant) urged by the district to remain on campus, about 400 students walked out and marched to the district offices. they carried signs accusing the board of ignoring every day issues while focusing on pushing out one superintendent after another. (vicki) all across the world women taking action on international women's day.... you're looking at video from minnesota... where many women are calling for an equal rights amendment to be added to the ballot in the november 2018 election. in
pakistan... women participated in a cricket match... in el salvador they marched the streets and artists performed in solidarity.... and in spain women hit the streets, banging on pots-- telling people to pay attention to serious issues -- like unfair wages, domestic violence, and sexist attitudes... after we saw the rise of the "me too" and "times up" movements in 20-17... (vicki) and back here in san francisco many locals celebrated international women's day...(grant) they marched in the city and it drew a large crowd to civic center. that's where we find kron 4's ali reid tonight. ali, how was it? there were people from all walks of life here this evening.teachers, unions, immigrants, people from the l-g-b-t-q community.a number of different groups came together to talk about a pressing issue ... women's rights.some participants tell
me they've been attending women's marches for decades. and as the years go by, they've noticed that more and more people are joining the movement.the point here is to give a voice to, and raise visibility, for some of the most marginalized and under represented people out there. the women's march started in 1910 when women "garment workers" walked out, demanded better pay refused to be harassed anymore.this became an international movement when women across the world also started speaking up about various issues plaguing them. it's been 108 years, yet people that were here rallying tell me there's still a long way to go. elizabeth lanyon / women's march sf to be a woman right is an active resistance, and i think throwing the word radical in there is super important because what we're doing is radical. we live a radical existence. we are not
quiet, we're not willing to sit back and i think women's march amplifies that voice. women's march was started as a response to some really nasty comments and things that women faced. that has not gone away, and we will not go away until the fight is done. standup there were so many stories here today of perseverence. they tell me they will continue to show up to fight for women's reporting live in san franciso ... ali reid ... kron 4 news. (grant) coming up... a debate in a classroom could soon find its way into a court room. why a high school student is challenging the way his school teaches science. (vicki) plus... a convicted rapist from colorado made his way to california... he was caught but find out why there is a problem sending him back to colorado... (grant) and after the break a wild hit and run crash in san francisco pushes people in the neighborhood to demand action... what they are doing to make the intersection safer in a live rpeort... (grant)
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was this wild hit-and run crash that is bring more attention to a dangerous intersection....(grant) an suv sped through the an suv sped through the area and landed on top of another car. the whole incident was caught on surveillance video. and police are still looking for the driver who took off. kron 4's hermela aregawi is live in san francisco tonight where she spoke to people in the area who are demanding a stop sign be installed there. hermela? (hermela aregawi)people that have lived here for years.. say over time.. this area has become increasingly congested.. it's near the highway so even people that don't live or work in the area use it as a sort of back road
to avoid traffic. this particular intersection of chenery and lippard doesn't have a stop sign and we are told, often people are speeding through here. that's part of what happened monday night.. when an suv sped into and on top of a sedan parked here. police are still looking for the driver of that suv. parents that live around here say that incident was frightening to them. they tell us there are a couple of elementary schools and a park nearby.. so often kids are walking to and from home .. and people here are worried that they and their children aren't safe crossing the streets. we spoke to longtime residents ..and they say they they would really love to see a stop sign here.jeffrey lugert/residentwell i think anytime you put a stop sign in it's indicating to the people driving their cars that they need to be more conscience of pedestrians. and i know right now there's a school right up the block here. and i know the kids at the school have to come out with their own safety measures every day belva watson/residenti walk by here almost every day. i've almost been run over more than one
time. people don't slow down. some people speed through here as if they are on a race way or something. so i think there definitely should be a stop sign there a stop light if they could afford it. (hermela aregawi)i did talk to one resident who is concerned that stop sign would further back up traffic but for the most part, there is support for putting one here. coming up at 10.. we will hear from the parents that are spearheading the effort to make this intersection safer. reporting live in san francisco hermela aregawi kron 4 news. (vicki) (vicki) fremont police have arrested four men in connection with a skimming operation..accusing them of using cloned a-t-m cards.. police say they spotted one of the men making transactions at a wells fargo a-t-m. he was arrested after an officer found him with around 38-hundred dollars anddozens of gift cards --- but no a-t-m
card. which may have been news to his brother -- who reported him 'missing.' the brother was then traced to a motel and detained. in that motel room - police say they found evidence that all four men came from los angeles county to the bay area to use cloned debit cards. the cards had information from victims in contra costa county.. and were possibly compromised at a gas station pump. (grant) residents outside of sacramento are concerned about one of their new neighbors. under what's called an inter-state compact, christopher lawyer has been allowed to serve his parole in carmichael, just outside sacramento. lawyer was convicted of raping a woman at gunpoint back in colorado. a sacramento county supervisor is trying to get colorado to take lawyer back. but they have denied that transer request. one carmichael neighbor isn't surprised nobody wants him.bruce werking/neighbor: "i've had friend say, 'i can't bring wives or friends over to your barbecues anymore. because of this idiot. yes he's gotta live somewhere. but... not
here." lawyer is currently being held in the sacramento county jail... for violating the terms of his parole. lawyer was released from prison in colorado on several conditions... like a pledge to avoid pornography, and abide by a curfew. it will now be up to a sacramento judge to decide whether those violations are serious enough to extradite him back to colorado. (vicki) a california high school student is considering taking legal action on his teacher.(grant) controversy sparked when religion was mentioned in a science class. a debate in a classroom could soon find its way into a courtroom.grayson mobley, a 16- year-old student high school student in angels camp claims his right to free speech was violated by the bret harte union high school district. mobley, a sophomore, says he should have the right to talk about creationism and god in science class."the science teacher told the class, 'leave all notions about god outside
the classroom because science is facts and religion is faith,'" greg glaser, mobley's attorney, told fox40.in december, mobley took his complaint to the school board and asked them to change the policy that prohibits discussing religion in science class. he was turned down."the issue is that the school board is not respecting the constitution," glaser said. "the california constitution as well as the united states constitution."the district says the policy was adopted from the california school boards association's own policy, which states, "philosophical and religious theories are based on faith. such beliefs shall not be discussed in science class." instead, the board says, those subjects can be addressed in social science and language arts curricula.glaser tells fox40 his client isn't fighting to put religion in the science curriculum. he just wants to discuss it in class. (vicki) that was kay
recede reporting... a very interesting topic that the student brought to the school's attention.(grant) absolutely...for the students watching at home...make sure you know your rights. (grant) now to our four zone forecast... as we take this live look outside at the embarcadero... joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... lawrence karnow: we had a few morning showers before it began to clear around the bay area today. temperatures were mild againg with partly cloudy skies but cool near the coast with fog. tonight will be partly to mostly cloudy with patchy fog. it's all quiet on the doppler radar right now but that will change again shortly. on the satellite you can see what's left of the storm that moved through ths morning and fell apart. it left plenty of moisture in the atmosphere behind. the pattern
overall remains active with a series of storms headed our way. tomorrow will be mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers mainly to the north. another storm will come up from the south to bring clouds and rain late on saturday. showers will continue on sunday. dry and warmer weather should return on monday but more rain is possible tuesday and wednesday. (vicki) still ahead... president donald trump saying he
believes violent video games can lead to gun violence among young children... what he's doing to try and curb violence in the u-s in the wake of the deadly florida high school shooting last month. (grant) and president trump signs controversial tariffs on some u-s imports... find out when they'll go into effect...and how it may affect how much we pay for all sorts of products. new tonight at ten... low-income families in oakland are fighting to stay in their homes.now they are looking to the city to help them out. meet the organization buying homes from landlords...in an effort to keep families in their communities.that's tonight on kron 4 news at ten.
and even faced resistance from members of his own party. (grant) but in announcing the details of the plan, he also indicated some flexibility. reporter karin caifa (kay-fuh) has the latest from washington. president trump -- joined by some american steel and aluminum workers -- signing tariffs international allies and hill republicans have warned against.pres donald trump: a strong steel and aluminum industry are vital to our national security. absolutely vital.the tariffs will go into effect in 15 days -- adding 25 percent to the cost of u-s steel imports, and 10 percent to aluminum. trump said the tariffs won't immediately include canada or mexico, pending nafta negotiations -- and indicated other flexibilitypres donald trump: america will be open to modifying or removing the tariffs for individual nations as long as we can agree to ensure that their products no longer threaten our security. the president's idea is to punish countries like china -- which has flooded the global market with less expensive materials -- and boost u-s manufacturers -- most of whom have welcomed the news.dan simmons/united steelworkers local 1899 president/ktvi: "ecstatic is probably the best word for it. we've been waiting for this for so long." but many congressional republicans -- including house speaker paul ryan - have warned of broader economic
consequences.some urged more targeted tariffs -- rather than risk a global trade war. rep. paul ryan/-r-house speaker: i actually think there is a better and more effective way to address unfair trade practices, and that is to go after those practices specificallythe european union has already threatened retaliatory tariffs of their own on their american imports from bourbon to blue jeans.in washington, i'm karin caifa. (grant) coming up... a family saves dog in mountain lion attack... and it was all caught on camera.. find out where it happened and how the dog is doing tonight... (vicki) plus... a memorial is growing tonight for a teenager killed in a hit and run in vallejo... and tonight police are still searching for the suspect... the two clues that may help officers solve the case and bring the family
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van ness in san francisco... near ghiradelli square the city admits the problem is a flat-out epidemic. last week, i found three cars back to back that had windows smashed...glove compartment rifled through. this is just two blocks from ghirardelli square.(grant) and that's where kron4's dan kerman is...(vicki) he reports on an arrest
that police hope will go a long way to reducing this crime in that neighborhood. san francisco police have arrested these two men in connection with a series of weekend auto burglaries near ghirardelli square. sot officer joseph tomlinson/san francisco police 07-14both suspects were searched they both had burglary tools police say one of the suspects jalen bryant also had a firearm and he's now been charged with possession of burglary tools and 4 felonies related to the loaded firearm. police say after he allegedly broke into several cars on saturday february 24th he allegedly rammed through the gate of the ghirardelli square parking garage without paying.
police say he then returned to the same area on sunday the 25th , and was arrested near beach and larkin after allegedly committing additional auto burglaries.sot angi and lou fein/visiting sf from las vegas 45-53did you guys know there is a big auto burglary problem in the city. no one told us and if we knew we would have left our good car
at hometourists visiting ghirardelli square say they keep everything out of site. sot niroop sadanand/visiting sf from sacramento 100-105i try to keep things that are valuable on the back side of the car, so they are not vibiblewhile we found a few cars with backpacks and items that were clearly visible, most of the cars we looked into had little more than a cup and a phone charger visible. for some it's what they do at home.. for others it's what they do when in san franciscosot elaine and hal roscoe/visiting sf from rochester, ny 122-130i saw a sign that said high break in area in a public parking lot , yeh. so we parked in an area that was bus with a lot of people around standup dan kerman/sf 131-141146/std
(vicki) there was quite an uproar at today's bart board of directors meeting. (vicki) people in one oakland community are angry over this graphic video showing a bart officer shooting and killing shaleem tindle. tindle's family and other supporters insist they don't believe the officer was justified in the shooting - they want him fired and prosecuted. but a bart spokesperson says the agency has followed protocol in the shooting investigation. adding that because of death threats - the officer has been taken off the streets. (grant) the san mateo county's district attorney says a deadly police shooting back in december was justified. the confrontation started when officers responded to a report of a man with a gun
pacing near a wells fargo. police say they found marco carlos with a gun in his hand. they say he would not drop the weapon. and he shot at an officer. police fired back 25 times in three seconds...killing carlos. now the san mateo county d-a calls the shooting a legal and just response. (vicki) a memorial is growing tonight for an 18 year old woman killed in a hit and run accident in vallejo... tonight there are two major clues in the case...a picture of a person of interest... and video showing a person inside the suspect's car running away from the scene. kron 4's justine waldman spoke with the victims' family about their unbearable loss, and search for justice. sot crying i just want to tell her i know you are in heaven looking down on usthe sudden and tragic loss of her younger sister has left precious buffin at a loss for words.yet full anger towards her sisters killer.sot i hate him i hate him for what he did to my sister he should come forward and do what is right18 year old ayres buffin, had just left her sisters house in vallejo on wednesday afternoon. and was walking on the
sidewalk ... on vervais ave near fleming ave.balloons are there now....according to police, the driver of a 1994 gmc suburban for an unknown reason began to roll the suv backwards down the street.the police markings show, as the driver tried to turn the corner, the car went on the sidewalk.. hitting and killing ayres.leaving shattered glass and shattered lives behind.sot i want her back and there is no way i am going to get that grainy home security video shows the truck roll over and land on its roof.aryes body, her sister says, is on the ground, behind the trees.the video then appears to show - a person gets out of the truck and runs away.sot he ran past her body and left her there to dievallejo police have put out this picture of a person of interest.29 year old vincent fitzer. police believe his hair is shorter now than in this picture.ayres family wants him to turn him self in. sot i think it was a coward move / if it was an accident like they say he should have stayed and owned upas a way to say goodbye. friends and neighbors left flowers, candles and handwritten cards for ayres.instead of planning for her senior prom or her graduation from vallejo high school.her family is now making funeral arragnements. sot tears all we can do at the end of the day is pray that this endsends with an arrest.in vallejo justine waldman kron 4 news.
news. waldman kron 4 news. (grant)(grant) in national news tonight.... three weeks after the parkland school shooting that left seventeen dead-- president trump is reviving an old debate on gun violence... now he is examining the link between video games and violent behavior. he hosted a roundtable at the white house--pitting video game
makers against some of their harshest longterm critics... in the wake of the massacre-- president trump is expressing concern that young people are being exposed to too much violence in video games...< pres. donald trump: we have to do something about maybe what theyre seeing and how they're seeing it and alos video games--im hearing more and more people say the levbel opf violence on video games is really shaping young people's thoughts. pres. donald trump: the video games. the movies. the internet stuff is so violent, it's so incredible. > (grant) but a spokesman for the entertainment software association issuing a statement-- saying video games are not the problem saying quote: "entertainment is distributed and consumed globally, but the u.s. has an exponentially higher level of gun violence than any other nation" but president trump is not the first to question the link between mass shootings and video games-- following sandy hook -- president obama said congress should fund research on the
topic -- and vice president biden held a similar meeting with video game industry representatives. (vicki) still ahead...a woman says a text helped save her life after being kidnapped, and sexually assaulted... find out who she was able to text... coming up.... (lawrence bay area weather) (gary sports the just the just completed nfl
indianpolis to have the coaches and scouts give them the once....once again was infiltrated by utter stupedity...asone unnamed scourt aslked lsu running back derrius gice...quote do you like men and and i hear your mom sells herself......end quoteto the kids credit he somewhat laughed it off....but the league jumped right in with...quote...these questions were completely and contrary to league work place policies....end quote. now often it's a dumb media question that goes arie...like way back when super bowl mvpdoug williams was asked...how long have you been a black quaterback...of course williams is african american. the ridiculous line of questioning may have begun back in 2010 when begun back in 2010 when miami dolphina general manager asked current
dallas cowboy dez bryant whether or not his mother was a prostitute....the gm immediately apologized as a point of reference....a yoiung media guy doing a profile asked me what it was like being married to a black woman...when you have lived a little its easy to give the following response..young man go back and tell your little news director he made you ask a dumb question. all these nfl teams before they invest millions in a player want to know everythinga prospect....but come on leave out sexuality...moms and dads...noit to mention of course onesd kids....back next hour with the warriors fiunish.... coming upwhen at a bus stop there are somethings you can do and some things which are heavily frowned upon and some things that are just plain illegal i'll explain in the next edition of people
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think you'll see and smell shady stuff when you're on muni?(vicki) how bout when you're waiting to get on? stanley roberts...went out today...and found lots of bad behavior. .. at a bus stop on mission street in san francisco there sits a man, in his hand is a syringe filled with who knows want what . i mean i can definitely say what it is i just know its a syringe we'll come back to him in a moment there are some things you can do a bus stop like wait for a bus or maybe read a book while you're waiting (sound of bus pulling up)unless every single bus passes you by and you never even as much as look up to see which bus it was (sound of traffic) then there
are some things you shouldn't do . for instance, this guy wearing the phillies cap was watching me for a long time but when i caught him slipping here is what happened first here it is playing with his cell phone. and in his hand a lit cigarette but wait there's more a few minutes later a quick swig of his beer (sound of traffic) over on market street, this young man is also at the bus stop puffing away oh and there are two woman are also getting a quick smoke in .have you ever noticed this sign at all bus stops and shelters no smoking with 20 feet at transit stops, yea its been the law for many years now (sound of traffic)at this shelter back on mission, just a few feet away this woman is smoking something from a very tiny glass pipe ...again since i didn't what she put in the pipe i'll just call it mystery stuff it doesn't matter if it's a covered bus shelter or a plain ole bus stop, according to the sfmta it should be used for public to catch transit (sound of traffic) .. which brings us back to the man with the syringe you maybe he was diabetic and needs his insulin except at one drops one of the syringes but then he picks it up. however, after plucking the syringe he bends the needle and tosses it back
on the ground he was so out of it that i was actually able to sit next to him and continue recording video finally after making a second syringe filled with some brown stuff he gets up and crosses mission . left on the ground the discarded syringe and the water flush things that should never be found at a public bus stop! in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news (vicki) a woman was kidnapped, and sexually assaulted-- and tonight she says texting 9-1-1 saved her life. the victim, who only wanted to go by kinsey says she was standing outside of a 7-eleven in portland, oregon... eating some food...when a man pulled up beside her, and he offered her a ride home. kinsey says
even though the 61-year-old was a stranger, she still got into his car...but little did she know he was a registered sex offender... instead of taking her home-- kinsey says the man-- who was later identified as douglas braaten-- drove her to the columbia river gorge and sexually assaulted her. during the drive to the river... kinsey discreetly texted 9-1-1 for help and got a response... when she got the chance-- she says she was able to call 9-1-1 and kept the phone out of sight. dispatchers tracked the phone and were able to find her location (vicki) braaten was arrested and now faces charges of kidnapping and sex abuse. police say when it comes to texting for help in an emergency, call 911 if you can and only text if you (grant) here in the bay area we're been hearing a lot of reports of mountain lion sightings... in san mateo county, boulder creek... in
one instance a mountain lion attacked farm animals in someone's backyard... well, one family in colorado... jumped into action to save their dog from a mountain lion attack and their home surveillance video captured the rescue. reporter greg nieto has the story... it's easy to see maeby has had a rough week. it was caught on video.the 3-year-old boxer/labrador mix went outside of the nederland family home and came back injured with puncture wounds after a scrape with a mountain lion.family surveillance video shows maeby going outside, then three family members race to save her when they hear the commotion.later in the video, the big cat is seen slowly lingering near the home, in no great hurry to leave.charlie allen, one of the men who raced outside, is shown flickering a flashlight to drive the mountain lion away. maeby was taken to a veterinarian, and after being bandaged up, she now shows off her battle scars.in the video, it appears the mountain lion is wearing a radio collar.the cat might have been spotted in the same nederland area since the confrontation with maeby. (grant) the surveillance video appears to show the mountain lion wearing a radio
appears to show the mountain lion wearing a radio collar. it might have been spotted again in the area since the confrontation. lawrence karnow: we had a few morning showers before it began to clear around the bay area today. temperatures were mild againg with partly cloudy skies but cool near the coast with fog. tonight will be partly to mostly cloudy with patchy fog. it's all quiet on the doppler radar right now but that will change again shortly. on the satellite you can see what's left of the storm that moved through ths morning and fell apart. it left plenty of moisture in the atmosphere behind. the pattern overall remains active with a series of storms headed our way. tomorrow will be mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers mainly to the north. another storm will come up from the south to bring clouds
been finalized, but the deal could see obama serving as moderator in a new series. he could also stay off-camera in a producer role. one idea would feature michelle obama discussing topics like nutrition. a deal could give netflix an edge in the competitive landscape of streaming media services, which includes amazon and hulu. (grant) before steve jobs became a tech revolutionary, before he even co-founded apple, he was just an average joe looking for a job. and now, a relic from that humble, long-ago job-search is expected to sell at auction for at least 50-thousand dollars. jobs was just 18-years-old when he filled out the application back in 19-73, seeking employment as an "electronics tech or design engineer." as his address, he simply listed "reed college," where he attended before dropping out. the sparse application includes a mis-spelling, doesn't have any past employment history, and
indicates that jobs didn't have reliable access to transportation. jobs - who would go on to invent the i- phone, indicated on the application that at the time he had no phone of any kind. (vicki) shelter dogs and cats are usually housed in a big cage... stuck sleeping on bed on the hard ground... not much of a comfy feeling... but one illinois shelter's bright idea is making them feel right at home.... they are looking for old chairs. the idea is to make the animals feel comfortable and be happy while they wait to meet potential owners... and it is working. a video posted to facebook of the pets enjoying chairs racked up more than 14 million views... since then, donations have been rolling in from all over the country. ((grant))that wraps up kron 4 news at nine.((vicki))but our primetime coverage continues. steve aveson is here with kron 4 news at ten...steve? ((steve))thank you grant and
vicki..next at ten...it was the scene of a bizarre hit and run.now residents in this san francisco neighborhood says cars simply drive too fast on their street...and they're demanding the city do something about it.what they are proposing...next in a live report.plus...brand new information on this frightening armed robbery in the north bay.we just got word that the suspect...was arrested.how police managed to nab him..((steve))plus... they've hurled insults at each other for months.but today president trump and north korea leader kim jung un...agreed to meet face to face.what the u-s is demanding before sanctions are lifted on the rouge nation.don't go away...kron 4 news at ten starts right after the break. after the starts right after the break.
with one car on top of another...that shed light on a dangerous intersection in san francisco. (steve) tonight at ten: that driver is still on the loose. thank you for joining us tonight, im steve aveson. (vicki) and im vicki liviakis in for pam moore. ((dbl bx)) kron 4's hermela aregawi is live in san francisco tonight where she spoke to people in the area who are demanding a stop sign be installed there. hermela?- people that have lived here for years.. say over time.. this area has become increasingly congested and this intersection more and more dangerous.i spoke with parents of two young children who say.. back in 2016... they wrote the city asking for a traffic study to be done here.. so when the accident happened earlier this week. they say they knew they had to keep pushing for the stop sign before somebody got seriously hurt. on monday.. a driver slammed so hard into a sedan parked here.. that it pushed the sedan under another suv.. quite the site to see. fortunately.. no one here got hurt.. but police are looking for the driver who fled the scene. we spoke with several residents here about this intersection
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