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california's legalized marijuana may be the lure. people come to our state to rob us, steal it and take it to another state where they can get 2 to 3 times the amount for itwhoosh if the package looks suspicious in any way, call 9-1-1."terror in texas ... mystery packages left on doorsteps have killed two people and injured two two people and have killed on doorsteps packages left ... mystery terror in texas 1-1." in any way, call 9-1-1."terror in texas ... mystery packages left on doorsteps have killed two people and injured two others. (steve) (steve) now at 8. newly released body camera video shows the moments san francisco police opened fire in a deadly officer involved shooting. and in it you can
see the suspect pull out what appears to be a gun.(steve) and there's heated reaction tonight to the video. thank you for joining us i'm steve aveson.(catherine) and i'm catherine heenan..in for pam moore. a 19 year old was killed last tuesday in the encounter. now police are holding a town hall meeting to answer questions about the fatal confrontation. kron-4's ali reid joins us live tonight in san francisco... ali -- what are they saying about the shooting? the crowd was the crowd was on edge before police even started talking.and once the video came up on the projector, the room erupted.
a total of 10 officers fired 99 shots.other cars in the area, garages, building were hit with gunfire.jesus adolfo delgado was hiding inside the trunk because he was scared of understand englsih well.the second robbery suspect was arrested wthout incident and the female that was inside the vehicle was able to walk away
(catherine) a big story we're tracking. tonight we have information from the brother of the yountville shooter...who says he had serious anger problems after serving in the military.(steve) kron four's spencer blake brings us up to speed on what we know about albert wong's background. when albert wong came back from serving in the army in afghanistan, his brother tyrone lampkin says everything appeared normal on the surface. but anger was an issue, especially over petty things. lampkin says wong would fixate on the small stuff.a friend of christine loeber, one of wong's victims, shared his feelings about the shooter with kron four."no one knows what pain he was in, how sick he was. maybe he was just a bad person. ya know, but at this point, it doesn't matter. it's just, ya gotta go on and keep her memory alive."lampkin says his brother had some physical ailments from war, in addition to struggles with bipolar disorder.but he wouldn't always take his
medication because he didn't think it was working.lampkin also says, though he hadn't seen his brother in years, had heard that he started drinking. "you can't describe it other than, the guy needed help. he went to battle for our country, he came back not healthy, and didn't get enough help."we do know wong had been in a treatment program for veterans, and had been asked to leave.c-h-p still hasn't commented on what spurred wong getting kicked out of the program that was trying to help him."and christine tried and it didn't work and just, ya know...it happened."wong was also licensed by the state as an armed security guard in 2008.he was authorized to carry a nine-millimeter handgun, but that license expired in octber when he didn't pay the annual fee.in yountville, spencer blake, kron four news. (steve) grief stricken
family members... of one of the pathway home shooting victims...are now talking about their tragic loss. (catherine) it was the first time jennifer golick's family has spoken publicly about the tragedy.. grant lodes is here with that story. (grant) your heart really goes out to golic's mom and husband, who bravely faced reporters today... wanting to share anecdotes about jennifer golick...and help preserve her memory. the 42-year-old, who had a phd...was a psychologist...and served as the clinical director of pathway home. marc golick/jennifer golick's husband: "it is with an incredibly deep sadness that i mourn the loss of my wife dr. jennifer golick. she was a very beloved mother, sister, daughter, colleague and a friend. we appreciate the outpouring of love and support from our st. helena community and neighboring communities as well. she is missed terribly" lani gray/jennifer golick's mother: "i have to tell you that, what a great last she was and she still is in my heart and how much i miss her and i am just hoping that we can get through the next
couple of weeks and couple of months and couple of years with as little going on as possible, try to get back to our normal lives, and i feel sadness throughout my entire body, i got up yesterday morning crying in my sleep and i am still crying inside" (grant) flags at the pathway home have been ordered to fly at half staff. a memorial of flowers and candles is also growing there. also there...are three big red hearts....and inside you see there is one little heart, representing dr. jennifer gonzales' unborn child... who also died during the shooting. four lives...tragically ended... on one fateful friday in yountville. (steve) oakland police
are investigating following a deadly police shooting in last night. it started as a call about a man down in the road around 40th and market streets last night... blocks away from the macarthur bart station. when firefighters arrived ... they saw that the man had a gun ... and called police for back up. officers came to the scene and gave the man verbal commands. the man reportedly did not comply... and police shot him. police treated the man ... but he died from his injuries. police say a gun was recovered at the scene. the alameda county district attorney's office is leading the investigation. (steve) former oakland raiders player aldon smith pleaded not guilty in court today. he's charged with domestic violence, assault, false imprisonment and vandalism in connection with an incident in san francisco on march 3rd. a protective order has been filed against smith which prohibits him from contacting the alleged victim.... smith is due back in court april 5th. (catherine) three north bay college campuses were evacuated today after getting bomb threats. police
say solano community college got the threat for all its campuses. in fairfield, vacaville, and vallejo. as a precaution...there was a mandatory evacuation. solano county sheriff's tweeted out these photos.. showing the police dogs which checked the campuses... all classes remained cancelled for the day. (catherine) and we're tracking rain at this hour. it's just the start of what's expected to be week of on-and-off showers.(steve) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here tracking the storm. lawrence karnow: we had some sunshine early but storm clouds moved in late in the day. showers are already showing up on the doppler radar. this is the beginning of much wetter weather for the week ahead. showers will continue tonight but the wind and the rain will increase toward morning. the rain will
be heavy at times especially in the morning. on the satellite you can see the storm system headed our way. the low pressure center will spin off the coast for most of the week. it will send band after band of cold storms our way through the weekend. tuesdays commute will be rough with gusty winds and rain before turning to showers. highs will be in the 50s to low 60s. showers will continue wth a little sunshine on wednesday. more rain and thunderstorms will be possible on thursday and friday. showers could continue through the weekend. snow levels will also be running low to about 3,000 feet. (catherine) san francisco police are investigating two car-jackings that happened
over the weekend. both victims were threatened with guns.. the first incident was saturday morning near california and broderick streets. that's when a suspect came up to a man in his car while pointing a gun... he demanded that the man get out...and then drove away in his car. then saturday night -- a 77 year old man was getting out of his car on madrid street and persia ave... police say he was carjacked by two people - who also threatened him with a gun... although no weapon was seen. (steve) new at 8. a man is arrested twice over the weekend.... on suspected dui charges in santa rosa. 41-year-old felipe celis...was stopped friday evening on mountain view avenue...suspected of driving under the influence. officers say as celis tried to pull over... he ran completely off the road and into a ditch. he was arrested... but was released after posting bail. then around two yesterday afternoon...police went to grange road for a hit-and-run investigation. however once at the scene...officers discovered celis had drove his
truck into a rock wall and tree. he failed sobriety test ...and was arrested again for dui. he subsequently bailed out of jail. coming up at eight.. it's being called a major wake-up call for california. the signs that we're getting lazy about conserving water.. plus. warriors coach steve kerr speaking out on gun violence...what he says should be done. and next. a string of home invasion robberies in a north bay neighborhood has left people on edge.
my name is cynthia haynes and i am a senior public safety specialist for pg&e. my job is to help educate our first responders on how to deal with natural gas and electric emergencies. everyday when we go to work we want everyone to work safely and come home safely. i live right here in auburn, i absolutely love this community. once i moved here i didn't want to live anywhere else. i love that people in this community are willing to come together to make a difference for other people's lives.
together, we're building a better california. (steve) four people suspected in a string of home invasion robberies in petaluma today are now in custody. (catherine) but sonoma county sheriff deputies are looking for another five suspects, four men and one woman.(steve) during today's search - kron four's maureen kelly reports that residents of one novato neighborhood were asked to shelter in place for hours. éit was here on this private
road in petaluma where two carloads of a total of nine suspects came armed at around 3amand according to sonoma county sheriff's committed a series of home invasions on three residences here.they knocked down fences kicked in doors tied up people pistol whipped a man and look and search for marijuana. when they realize they had the wrong house, there was no marijuana present in any of the homes they left no one needed to be hospitalized.but one resident who would not go on camera would only say it was super scary..another neighbor voiced his concerns. it's terrifying, i heard it was a mistake it's scary because it could happen to anyonemarin county sheriff department search and rescue operatives could be seen loading up to help scour the area near 101 and atherton ave where one of the suspect's rental cars was dumped with three guns inside.. one suspect was apprehended after turning up on the doorstep of a home on woodhollow drive asking to use phone to call an uber, the resident called 911 instead. that neighborhood was asked to shelter in place while swat teams and other law enforcement searched the area for hours for the four other suspects from that vehcile that got away.. the second vehicle was spotted by employees at the novato costco. officers responded to that area they arrested three out of that vehicle and one female got away the sonoma county sheriff department lifted the shelter in place at around 2 pm once they were sure the missing suspects were no longer within the permeter. the sonoma county sheriff's department says the suspects are from out of this area, some believed to be from north carolina, others from the
sacramento area. investigators will now be following up hotels around here to see if any of their recent guests match the suspects descriptions. maureen kelly kron4 news (steve) until recently, it's been a fairly warm, dry winter in california. that has led to a bit more water use....at least more than water managers would like to see.(catherine) there's a renewed call for water conservation. the water
resources people clearly don't want us getting too confident.. it's reporting that the amount of water saved by urban users has fallen in seven of the last 8 months. a lot of the extra use is happening in southern california, where a dry, warm winter led to more outdoor water use. bay area residents are still using less than they did before the five year drought ended.. but most water managers still want to see conservation of at least 20 percent. < ".....we need to conserve, we need to do better, these are some little yellow flags that say we need to do more conservation...">(catherine) bay area residents still managed to cut water use by 6-point-9 percent this past january. that's less than half of what it was a year ago. (steve) now to our four zone forecast. you can see we are tracking rain tonight. and it's going to stick around.(catherine) kron-4's chief meteorologist
lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: we had some sunshine early but storm clouds moved in late in the day. showers are already showing up on the doppler radar. this is the beginning of much wetter weather for the week ahead. showers will continue tonight but the wind and the rain will increase toward morning. the rain will be heavy at times especially in the morning. on the satellite you can see the storm system headed our way. the low pressure center will spin off the coast for most of the week. it will send band after band of cold storms our way through the weekend. tuesdays commute will be rough with gusty winds and rain before turning to showers.
highs will be in the 50s to low 60s. showers will continue wth a little sunshine on wednesday. more rain and thunderstorms will be possible on thursday and friday. showers could continue through the weekend. snow levels will also be running low to about 3,000 feet. (catherine) in san diego ....people protesting president trump's visit tomorrow are already on the streets.. . the president lands tomorrow morning for what will be his
first visit to california since taking office.. (steve) and it comes in the middle of a confrontation over the state's sanctuary policy protecting undocumented immigrants, "the state of california is sheltering dangerous criminals in a brazen and lawless attack on our constitutional system of government. /// they don't care about crime. they don't care about death and killings. they don't care about robberies. they don't care about the kind of things that you and i care about."last week the justice department sued the state for allegedly failing to enforce immigration laws. "sanctuary jurisdictions are the best friend of smugglers, gang members, drug dealers, human traffickers, killers, and other violent offenders." the pew research center says most of the crimes committed by ice arestees last year were nonviolent ... driving under the influence, possessing or selling illegal drugs and immigration violations.under president trump, ice agents are arresting more people with no criminal records.san diego had a 72 percent increase in the last three months of 2017. ...compared to 16 percent in los angeles and 22 percent in san francisco.tomorrow the president will speak at the site where homeland security has erected eight showcase models of his as=yet unfunded
mexican wall. "while california may not have...while he may not have won that state, there is certainly a lot of support for this president., not just there but across the country. he looks forward to being there and presenting a lot of those specific policies." (steve) kron four will have a reporter in san diego tomorrow. we will have a live updates starting on kron four news at five, go through that> new ahead at 8 a mother
brought to tears over what her son told her in case something happens to him at school..in the wake of recent deadly school violence. also -- what porn star stormy daniels is offering president trump - if she can speak openly about their alleged relationship. ((gary sports tease)) coming up a little bit later in this broadcast we'll hear richard sherman speaks for the first time as a 49er and we have the great brad duggan you know he has his name on the floor at city college the legendary duggan for the 30th year gives you the ncaa champion. maybe in a few minutes. (steve) porn star stormy daniels
film actress whose real name is stephanie clifford was paid the money for agreeing not to discuss the relationship. if her offer is accepted ..the non disclosure agreement would be void. now she is offering the payment to the president...not his lawyer michael cohen.. who had said he paid her out of his own pocket and that donald trump nor his campaign were part of the transaction. that's something advocacy groups are now challenging in court. (steve) new tonight at 8. nearly 300-thousand americans are living with a spinal cord injury that has left them with some degree of paralysis. (catherine) this week...a group of supporters are converging on the capitol. some who marched from california. they want congress to mandate insurance coverage for a treatment called activity based therapy. brie jackson reports. it's been a long journey for kay ledson who walked from california to washington d.c. her goal is to raise awareness about spinal cord injury treatments.which stimulates nerves near the injury to help improve mobility. kay's son josh was injured in a snowboading accident and used
activity based therapy to recover.it may not always be walking. it could just be being able to cleaning your teeth. being more independent. ledson and other families came to capitol hill to show lawmakers the benefits and ask for help with insurance costs. understand the impact that activity based therapy is making on the spinal cord injury community and we need it covered by all insurance carriers.brie jackson/d.c. correspondent: advocates say activity based therapy is recommended several times a week and can cost nearly $100 per session. they are now urging federal lawmakers to pass legislation to cover the cost of the unique treatment. recently we had a big win where therapy caps were eliminated but that is on typical physical therapy researchers continue to examine the long-term effects of activity based treatment on patients. ledson calls her son - living proof - that the treatment works. in washington, brie jackson.
coming up at eight.. a texas city is on edge after three package explosions...tw o turning deadly. police think the incidents are connected. plus. in the search for why a tour helicopter crashed and sank into a new york river.... what investigators say they now want to look at. and next. steve kerr -- speaking out on gun control. what the warriors head coach says is needed.... ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast. details are right after the break.
(steve) golden state warriors head coach steve kerr took on the role of gun safety advocate today, during a conversation with students at newark memorial high school. (catherine) as kron 4's dan kerman reports - kerr told young people that it's is up to them to help make the needed changes to the nation's gun safety laws sot my dad was killed by gun violence when i was eighteen warriors head coach steve kerr began his conversation with student by letting them know his dad was killed during a terrorist attack in beirut sot steve kerr/warriors head coach 11-21 i know how the parkland families feel or the aurora families or sandyhook. i know what it feels like and i have met some of the families from las vegas shooting i know what that feels like it is awful devastating its horrifying kerr says now is the time to take action congressman ro khanna, who invited kerr to
speak, says there's plenty for congress to do, if not for republicans inaction.sotwe know background checks work, we know raising the age limit to 21 is common sense we know there is no reason to have high capacity magazines, we know we don't need ar-15'skerr told students gathered at newark memorial high school that it was the anger and passion of young people that lead to the end of the vietman war. he says he sees a similar movement among young people now and it will be up to them to go to the ballot box and force congress to strengthen gun safety laws sot i believe in all your generations ability to make this your number one issue and to change the way our country thinks about gun violence. standup dan kerman/newark 125-135coach kerr also told students he will take part in the march for our lives to end gun violence in san francisco. the march is happen in cities across the ba area, the country and the world on march 24.. kerr encouraged students to attend as well. in newark, dan kerman kron 4 news.140/std (steve) now to our four zone forecast. you're forecast.four zone now to our (steve)
(steve) 140/stdnews.kerman kron 4 newark, dan kerman kron 4 news.140/std (steve) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge. (catherine) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: we had some sunshine early but storm clouds moved in late in the day. showers are already showing up on the doppler radar. this is the beginning of much wetter weather for the week ahead. showers will continue tonight but the wind and the rain will increase toward morning. the rain will be heavy at times especially in the morning. on the satellite you can see the storm system headed our way. the low pressure center will spin off the coast for most of
the week. it will send band after band of cold storms our way through the weekend. tuesdays commute will be rough with gusty winds and rain before turning to showers. highs will be in the 50s to low 60s. showers will continue wth a little sunshine on wednesday. more rain and thunderstormspossible on thursday and friday. showers could continue through the weekend. snow levels will also be running low to about 3,000 feet.
packages. police say the packages were not delivered by the postal service or delivery services like ups or fedex. mary moloney has the latest.... chief brian manley/ austin police: "the victim in this incident came outside her residence and found a package out front. she picked up the package, and at the point the box, the package, detonated."a 75-year-old woman was critically injured in austin, texas monday after finding a package bomb left outside her front door.this is the third package explosion in the city in the last 10 days, and the second one on monday. the first two explosions each left one person dead.all three bombs resembled delivered packages and were left outside of residences. each exploded when picked up or moved.chief brian manley/ austin police: "this evidence makes us believe that these incidents are related. we do not have a specific victimology or ideology that we have identified... we're not ruling anything out at this point."on march 2nd, a 39-year-old african american man was killed in what police say they originally thought was an isolated incident. then came the two explosions on monday, which began in the morning when a 17-year-old african american teen was killed at his home after finding and opening a package.authorities are urging residents to be
cautious when opening mail until the suspect, or suspects, are caught.chief brian manley/ austin police: "if you have had a package show up at your home and you were not expecting a delivery, if the package looks suspicious in any way, call 9-1-1. report it. we will respond."i'm mary moloney, reporting. (catherine) an investigation continues into what caused a helicopter to crash in new york city's east river yesterday. investigators say they'll look at everything possible....from flotation devices andharnesses -- to the photos and video taken by passengers before the crash. authorities say they will look at everything to determine what casued the crash... the crash killed
all 5 passengers. the pilot survived somehow... reports say the pilot believes a passenger's bag might have hit an emergency fuel shut-off switch in the moments before the chopper went down. (catherine) a florida judge has ruled that surveillance video should be made public -- which shows events outside the scene of the high school shooting in florida last month. the broward county sheriff's office and school board have resisted releasing the video... arguing it was evidence in an active investigation. but authorities say the video shows the actions by former deputy scot peterson. peterson was armed - but never went inside. still ahead at 8 how marijuana is helping students get into college in colorado. also -- how excessive daytime drowsiness could be a danger sign for your health.(steve) and next. jaw dropping video of a baby crawling through a busy street... what the nine
month old was doing there. ♪ ♪ hello? hello! ♪ hello? hello. hello? hello. ♪ hello, i got your package. you can just leave it, thanks. ♪ ♪ hello? can i help you? hello! hello? hello!!! hello hello!!! ♪ even if no one in your home smokes, secondhand smoke can be closer than you think. secondhand smoke from a neighbor's apartment can enter your home through air vents, through light fixtures and even through cracks in the walls and the floors.
i've got a blanket in the back of the car....") (catherine) police have charged a new york mother with endangering the welfare of a child... that's after her baby was found in the middle of a busy street. fortunately - two people spotted the baby and held the nine-month old boy until authorities arrived. police say 27-year-old ledrica ford eventually came for her baby...claiming her son had crawled out of her car somehow. ford was arrested... the baby is in the care of protective services.. (steve) in colorado. some students will be headed to college next fall thanks to taxes...collected from marijuana. with the help of weed... pueblo county students can now aim towards a
higher education. pueblo county officials announced their cannabis-funded college scholarship has tripled in funding... making it possible for a record amount of pueblo students to go to college. the majority of the scholarship is funded by a three percent excise tax and is expected to increase by one percent each year..capping off at 5 percent. in years past... hundreds of students have received two thousand dollars... each. in sports... the king of bay area basketball... brad dugan...breaks down the n-c-a- a tournament with gary... and has a little fun... and richard sherman talks foir the first time as a san francisco 49er... we have his comments about playing for his once enemy... plus all the sports... coming up next at 8 a mom says too many school shootings have children facing a disturbing reality of danger at school. and she was brought to tears by her son's response to it.
(catherine) new tonight at 8. an alabama mother says school shootings have too many young children facing a disturbing new normal.(steve) she says a recent threat prompted her sixth-grade son and his best friend to write out a will, in case something happens to them in school. hillary simon reports.
javon davies, 6th grader:"it was playstation 4 plus controllers plus the game that go to it, my cat, my tv, my x-box, and other stuff that go to it. hoverboard."those items sound like something 6th grader javon davies would enjoy. but that list is what would go to his best friend cameron, in case he ever got killed at school.mariama davies, 6th grader's mother:"i could not believe it you know. i mean my child is in the 6th grade. this is something he should not be thinking about." writing a will-that's what javon and his friend wrote the other day after hearing his middle school received a threat.javon davies, 6th grader:"just in case something happened to one of us because some kids get rowdy, they might get somebody shot or something."but his will also had a special message.mariama davies, 6th grader's mother:"i said dear family. i love you all. you gave me the clothes on my back and you stuck with me all the time. love javon." and those words brought his mom mariana in tears.mariama davies, 6th grader's mother: "it's really hard because he's so young. he just shouldn't have to go through that period because for what? he's in 6th
grade. you have a lot ahead of you."but with all the shootings and threats around the country, mariana says that's reality now. but somehow she says she and her son can't live in fear.javon davies, 6th grader:"but i know it's going to be ok because god got me in his hands." (steve)there have been at least 14 school shootings in the u-s this year. (steve) a new study says that poor sleep and the risk of dementia go hand in hand. (catherine) it shows that when cognitively normal people-- 70-years old and older-- are excessively sleepy in the daytime-- it leads to a build-up of plaque in the brain. that's a red flag
for alzheimers.. . experts say the connection between sleep connection say the experts say the connection between sleep and dementia is a big concern...especiallywhen you note that the c-d-c says one in three americans don't get enough sleep. depending on the age-- we're supposed to get between seven and 10 hours of sleep.
the 49ers newest aquisttion... 4-time pro bowl cornerback richard sherman... who agred to a 3-year deal worth a little more than 39- million-dollars on saturday... spoke for the first time today as a niner... as to why he ended up a niner...kyle and john reached out almost immediately i really appreciated that because it showed their commitment and their excitement to have a chance to bring me on board and showed me their commitment to moving forward. when it comes to different jersey in general yeah it's going to take some getting used to for me, but i've spent a wearing a red jersey in the bay so i'm sure we'll figure it out.
consecutive year... tara vanderveer and the stanford the tournament... they get the 4th seed in the bracket"... they will host 13th seeded gonzaga saturday at maples pavilion... game time is 2:30-pm... if the win they'll get a second home game a week from today no bay area representation in the men's ncaa torunament after st. mary's was left out but on the women's side the bay has two teams in...two teams in... for an amazing 31st
consecutive year... tara vanderveer and the stanford women are in the tournament... they get the 4th seed in the "lexington bracket"... they will host 13th seeded gonzaga saturday at maples pavilion... game time is 2:30-pm... if the win they'll get a second home game a week from today and the cal bears... won have won 5of their last 6 games... including a win over stanford... get the 7th seed in the "albany bracket" ... they will take on 10th seeded virginia... friday at 2-pm... in columbia south carolina check out the players reaction when they got the news... sot/vo)
nina it's just an absolute pleasure to be in this position. our special guest earlier tomight... a staple in bay area decades... and for almost as long our tournament brad duggan led city college of san francisco as both a coach... he's sent numerous division one programs... his friend bob was at indiana... and still trains top players today as always... we had some fun with brad...while breaking down his final four... (sot: duggan and gary) giants beat next at 8... beyonce and jay-z are coming back to the bay area. when you can get tickets coming up by the way you just missed the clean up they came yesterday they took a lot of crap but this is here today so just how bad is the illegal dumping around the alhambra creek watershed in contra
19-th. members of the beyhive and tidal subscribers have pre=sale opportunity march 14-th. (catherine) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(steve) grant lodes is here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant)) thank you steve and catherine next at nine.. we are learning more details on the victims who were killed at a 'veterans facility in yountville.... tonight we hear from a woman who knew one of the victims "christine loeber" the executive director of the facility... hear why one veteran is calling her hero tonight... in a story you'll only see here on kron4 news... plus... newly released body camera video shows the moments san francisco police opened fire in a deadly officer involved shooting. and it's sparking heated reaction at tonight's town hall.... find out what the family is saying about the deadly confrontation... a live report is coming up. ((grant))plus, the get ready for another round of wet wether... a storm is already hitting the bay area tonight... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow has what to expect for your morning commute.keep it here...kron 4 news at nine
wet weather is hitting the bay area tonight... and don't expect it to leave anytime soon... a series of storms...lining up behind this one... here's a look at stormtracker four radar with where the rain is hitting now (grant) thanks for joining us... i'm grant lodes... (catherine heenan and i'm catherine heenan, in for vicki liviakis... let's get right to chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... he's been tracking the latest storm....lawrence, what can drivers expect for the morning commute? lawrence karnow: we had some sunshine early but storm clouds moved in late in the day. showers are already showing up on the doppler radar. this is the beginning of much wetter weather for the week ahead. showers will continue tonight but the wind and the rain will increase toward morning. the rain will be heavy at times especially in the morning. on the satellite you can see the storm system headed our