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to the hospital after a shootout with police...(grant) thanks for joining us, im grant lodes..(vicki) and im vicki liviakis... as of right now many streets in east oakland are still shutdown because of the shooting.... it all went down near international boulevard and 22nd avenue.(grant) kron 4's alecia reid joins us live from the scene tonight with the latest on the investigation... this was a high speed chase that started in vallejo, onto the freeway, and ended here in oakland.the police captain tells me it was a decision officers felt was necessary.pkg a vehicle riddled with bullets .... and more than a dozen evidence markers line the street. a high speed chase of up to 120 miles per hour ... ended in a crash, shooting, and with the suspect in the hospital.heavily armed with rifles, assault weapons, a handgunas if ready to go to war, police say he also geared up with body armor. a man
familiar with the suspect called police thursday saying the alleged shooter was parked in front of his glen cove home .... with a cache of weapons. by the time authorities showed up and tried taking him into custody, he took off. it's a judgemnt call the officers have to make in the pursuit. of course pursuits but so is a person with assault weapons and pistols and putting more people in dangerin the 30 miles from vallejo to oakland .... police say the suspect opened fire within the city limits of oakland. it isn't clear at what point officers started firing back, but the suspect eventually crashed at the international and 22nd avenue intersection.highly irregular for an officer to fire inside a moving vehicle so i highly doubt that standup oakland p-d is leading this investigation.keep in mind there are still a number of streets closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic. investigators are expected to be here collecting evidence through the wee hours of the morning.reporting live from san francisco ... alecia reid ... kron 4 news. (grant) intense video
released of a deadly police confrontation in the east bay. it shows police firing shots at a homeless man after they say, he refused to drop a gun. but now the man's family attorney says he was not a threat. and deadly force was excessive. kron-4's charles clifford has a closer look at the video... this is newly released body camera video from the oakland police department. the video was recorded on march 11th when officers responded to reports of a man with a gun lying unconscious on the ground between two houses in the 400 block of 40th street. multiple officers and vehicles, including an armored personal carrier, surround the area. officers with weapons out, repeatedly call out to the man on the ground. nats move your hand away from the gun!!eventually the man appears to sit up and look around. then for reasons that are not exactly clear on the video, police open fire. natsthe suspect died at the scene, he was eventually identified as this man . .joshua pawlik he was apparently found with a gun and a backpack full of money. how he came to be in possession of those items, and why he was lying on the ground is unclear.sotthis is a case where deadly force did not have to be used.attorney john burris represents joshua pawlik's family. after watching the videos, he believes that pawlik may not have know what was happening around him and pose a threat to the officers.sotit's as close to an execution as you
can see. there's no justification for using deadly force.buris acknowledges that joshua pawlik had a criminal history and was a known drug user but he says those things don't justify what happened to him.as for what exactly led to officers to use deadly force, the oakland police department said in a statement thursday that "by policy, every officer-involved shooting is investigated by the department's internal affairs division. although we have released the video, we are unable to discuss specific details related to this case due to the ongoing internal affairs investigation."buris says that joshua pawlik's mother wants answers.sotin a word, she wants justice for her son (vicki) in san jose... police are in san jose... (vicki) looking for the person who
opened fire on three teenagers halloween night. all three suffered non-life threatening injuries and received treatment at a local hospital. the shooting happened at around 10-30 at night in front of the seven trees community center on cas drive. investigators say the gunman appraoched the teens, argued with the group, then shot them. (vicki) larry arnold lives
across the street from the community center and says he heard five gunshots. he says what was once a quiet neighborhood has now experienced its fair share of violent crimes... and, that he'd like to see more patrol cars making passes through the area. police have not released a description of the suspect. (grant) california corrections officials arrested more than a hundred sex offender parolees during an annual halloween sweep designed to keep the offenders from contacting children or engaging in other halloween activities. that's about 9 percent of the parolees contacted statewide. eight parolees face new charges while the others allegedly violated conditions of their parole officials say hundreds of parole agents and local law enforcement officers participated in the crackdown involving searches and compliance checks on sex offender parolees. this was the 25th year for the halloween sweeps dubbed "operation boo." lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful warm start to
november with temperatures soaring into the 70s and 80s. there were even some 70s along the coast. high pressure continues to dominate our weather pattern sending any chance of showers well to the north. highs tomorrow will once again be warm but cooler near the coast. highs will be in the 70s and mid 80s inland with patchy morning fog and cooler 60s at the coast. a few more clouds are expected this weekend with elevated fire north and east mountains. more sunshine and mild weather is expected next week. (grant) a big story we are
tracking... in the bay area and around the world. thousands of google workers walked off the job today... rallying for women's rights. (vicki) and against google's handling of sexual misconduct claims. one of the largest walkouts was at the company's headquarters in mountain view. (grant) kron four's rob fladeboe was there.. he has details on what happened today. this was the scene here at company headquarters in mountaib view and at other google offices around the world at precisely 11:10 this morning. the media was kept at a distance as google employees streamed into the center of campus for a rally where some of their colleagues shared stories about sexual harassment that have allegedly been ignored by management, says walkout organizer cecelia o'neil hart.cecelia o'neil hart/walkout organizer
'.....i got very emotional. we heard incredible stories from brave women who stood up and told their stories and we also heard stories we have been collecting on the web from women who didn't feel comfortable and gave voice to them... the walkout grew out of anger over the millions of dollars paid out to a former executive asked to resign over allegations of sexual misconduct.cecelia o'neil hart "...that was the $90 million dollar straw that broke the camel's back but to be honest there are so many stories that we were hearing for so long that it was time for action and time for a change..." judging from the turnout, which included hundreds of employees at google san francisco, their is widespread support for changing a climate of what one empoyee described as "systemic sexual misconduct," to come to an end. the company was presented with a list of demands.cecelia o'neil hart "....we want forced arbitration, we want arbitration and we want representation at the highest level, we want representation with human relations...." anonymous google employees (full screen graphic)in a statement, google c.e.o. sundar pichai said..."...employ ees have raised constructive ideas on how we can improve our policies and processes, we are taking in all their feedback so we can turn these ideas into action..."rob fladeboe/mountain view "...the protest is said to have included most of the roughly 2,000employees here in mountain view and some 60 percent of the company worldwide. in mountain view rob fladeboe kron4news
situation. and with the raiders going to las vegas, this is the last time we can call it the 'battle of the bay' the two teams have met 13 times before teams have met 13 times before tonight... with the raiders holding a 7-6 advantage. right now, the 49ers have the lead in the 4th... we'll have full highlights later in sports... .... (grant) and at tonights game another member of the 49ers organization takes a knee during the national anthem... this time it was a cheerleader... whose name is unknown. while some players throughout the league joined former niners quarterback colin kaepernick in his protests, this is the first known protest by a cheerleader. kap took a knee starting in 2016... to highlight racial inequality and police brutality in america. kaepernick is
unemployed, still looking for a job in the nfl. (vicki) all day giants fans have been stopping by the statue of san francisco giants legend willie mccovey to pay tribute to the late hall of famer. mccovey passed away last night at age 80 after losing his battle with longtime health issues. people stopped by his statue to drop off flowers, candles and even some giants gear... mccovey made his major league debut with the giants in 19-59 and was with the giants for 18 years out of his 22 year career. in recent years - mccovey has been getting around in a wheelchair, but that didn't stop him from going to games... he even got to see the final game of the season this year. a public celebration of life will be announced soon. (grant) shocking, gruesome new details tonight revealing what happened to notorious boston gangster... james 'whitey' bulger. we now know he was targeted in prison... hear why many say "whitey" went out the same way he lived-- viciously...
(vicki) plus... new technology being implemented in the south bay that could save lives. we'll take you inside the 9-1-1 call center using the tech to get to people faster. (grant) and after the break... it's a story you'll only see here on kron-4 how police in one east bay city are using 'technology' to get robbers off the streets.... (grant)(gra now to a story you'll
only see on kron 4. san pablo police say with the help from some special tech, they were able to nab three suspects wanted in a violent robbery. kron 4's dan thorn has more on how the police handled the investigation. san pablo police say when it comes to committing crimes using social media---criminals should realize they've got their own tech to stop them.. nats: gunshot technology and special surveillance help san pablo police respond quickly to a man shot 4 times.sot: so within seconds officers were responding right away. we learned that the victim was having problems manipulating his cell phone to call 911 police say the shooting happened the night of october 29th along california ave and rumrill blvd...lt. brian bubar says after speaking with the victim--investigators learned he was dealing marijuana to 3 others..they shot him and stole the drugs..police then used their surveillance cameras equipped with license plate detection throughout the city.they back-tracked the trio's steps leading up to the crime...sot: they're using technology and we're seeing that through social media applications to avoid law enforcement detection right, so we want to make sure that
we are using the technology to combat this criminal activity as well. police were able to use the victims' snapchat and facebook to identify and arrest the 3 suspects... 30-year-old raymond keeton 19-year-old shavoni keetonand 19-year old jada murry are now facing attempted murder charges.police say the weapon used was made to shoot high powered ammo that closely resembles what you would find in an assault rifle. the weapon is still missing... anyone with information is asked to come forward..standup: the victim is right now not facing charges..the district attorneys office is expected to officially charge the 3 suspects on friday.in san pablo dan thorn kron4 news. (vicki) the highway patrol was busy overnight breaking up several illegal breaking up news.thorn kron4 in san pablo dan friday.in san pablo dan thorn kron4 news.
(vicki) the highway patrol was busy overnight breaking up several illegal sideshows in san jose. and the dangerous stunts were caught on camera. cars were seen whipping around in one intersection, as a large crowd watched. the san jose police department issued three citations. the c-h-p made one arrest... and impounded a car for 30- days. authorities responded to reports of sideshow activity all over the county.... after getting a tip that the stunts were planned. police encourage people not to watch these shows... saying, even just standing nearby them ... could put you in danger. (grant) an 18 year old woman was hospitalized after four other women allegedly attacked her with a plastic spork at a restaurant in downtown san francisco. it all happened around 4 this morning at a 24-hour eatery on mission street. according
to police, when the victim began fighting with the suspects, the four women held her down and began cutting her face with a spork. the victim suffered minor cuts to her face. officers are still looking for the suspects, all described as women between 18 and 20 years old. (grant) calling 9-1-1 with your cell phone does not give dispatchers your exact location. but soon that will change. (vicki) one bay area city has implemented new technology... which allows 9=1=1 call centers to pinpoint the location of emergencies which are called in on a cell phone. kron 4's gabe slate shows us how it works. nat sound - 911 what is your emergency sound from michael spath - communications manager, sunnyvale, 911 call center"when i get a call the number one thing i want to know is where is this person who is having an emergency" michael spath communications manager for sunnyvales department of public safety, showed me how rapid sos, a new location technology integrated
into their 911 call center has improved their emergency response to 911 calls made off of cell phones. sound from michael spath - communications manager, sunnyvale, 911 call center"cell phones calling 911 now use triangulation the new way uses the blue dot on your phone to locate you" here's a visual example on the left the location pinpoint of the existing 911 call center technology using triangulation, on the right is the pinpoint with rapid sos. it can be the difference of a 500 foot radius down to 50 feet. a big difference when emergency responders are trying to find you. sound from michael spath - communications manager, sunnyvale, 911 call center"it makes a big difference " all 911 call centers in the bay area and across the country are expected to upgrade to this better location pinpointing technology within 10 years. in sunnyvalle gabe slate kron 4 news. (grant) (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: it was a beautiful warm start to november with temperatures soaring into the 70s and 80s. there were even some 70s along the coast. high pressure continues to dominate our weather pattern sending any chance of showers well to the
north. highs tomorrow will once again be warm but cooler near the coast. highs will be in the 70s and mid 80s inland with patchy morning fog and cooler 60s at the coast. a few more clouds are expected this weekend with elevated fire danger in the north and east mountains. more sunshine and mild weather is expected next week. (grant) still ahead... an incredible story of survival... a woman found alive nearly a week after losing control of her car and
and it could have an even bigger impact on u.s. consumers, manufacturers, and farmers after next week's elections. the latest move coming this week as the u-s restricts software and technology exports to a state-backed chinese company-- citing security interests. but president trump... acknowledging the two sides are speaking, tweeting both he and president xi jinping of china had a long and good conversation earlier today... meanwhile more than 360- billion dollars worth of tariffs from both sides are starting to have real affects on americans. .... (vicki) general motors looks to be trimming its white- collar workforce. the u-s auto giant says it will offer buyouts to more than one-third of its white-collar staff in the u-s. that's about 18-thousand salaried employees with 12 or more years at g-m. company c-e-o mary barra says g-m is looking to transform its workforce to make sure it has the right skill sets for now and the future. that includes g-m
transitioning its focus to self-driving vehicles and other new technologies. g-m has its own self-driving unit, cruise automation. (grant) amazon officially raised its minimum wage to 15 dollars an hour.... this is for all full-time, part-time, temporary, and seasonal employees in the u-s. amazon announced the move last month. the pay-raise affects upwards of 250- thousand employees, as well as more than 100-thousand seasonal holiday workers. the raise also includes amazon owned whole foods employees. (vicki) ahead at nine...it's a move that has taken years of research and advocacy, the f-d-a has approved the first ever cannabis drug... details on this ground-breaking decision... (grant) plus... new surveillance video has been released in a deadly shooting at a gas station... what the shows moments before... leading up to the shooting... (vicki) and up next... president trump releasing a controversial campaign ad as he looks to make immigration the hot topic in the upcoming
president trump vowing to use deadly force against the thousands of central american migrants heading for the border. and he looks to make immigration the hot topic ahead of next week's mid-term elections.(grant) and now critics are accusing him of stoking fear to get that message out... as he tweeted out what many are calling a racially charged ad...
reporter kaitlan collins explains. president trump preparing to make his final pitch to voters from the white house today, pushing immigration and playing up fear just five days to go before voters go to the polls.sources tell cnn trump will propose new changes for asylum seekers coming to the united states -- adding one more thing to the list he's used to whip up his republican base before tuesday...in the final weeks the president has not only claimed he'll end birthright citizenship, but also promised to deploy up to 15-thousands of troops to the southern border to stop a caravan weeks away, build tent cities for those seeking asylum and even tweeted posted a campaign ad showing an undocumented immigrant bragging about killing police officers.nat sound:that tweet is considered an official white house statement. president trump:"we're getting prepared for the caravan, folks. you won't have to worry about that."the president back in campaign mode this week, delivering a scorching message last night in florida, hoping
to amplify voters' fears about immigration.president trump: "they've got a lot of rough people in those caravans. they are not angels. they are not." trump, trying to make a caravan of central american migrants the central issue in the midterms.president trump: "a democrat victory on election day would be a bright flashing invitation to traffickers, smugglers, drug dealers and gang members all over the world, come on in."in an interview that same night, trump claiming to abc news that the caravan is bigger than people think and mostly made up of young men.president trump:"they can't invade our country..."but the president provided zero evidence to back up his claims which he made despite reports showing the caravan has dwindled in size from seven thousand to thirty-five hundred.nat sound: and it includes men, women and children fleeing violence and poverty.trump who said this on the campaign trail in 2016.... president trump:"i will never lie to you..."was asked if he's kept that promise.... president trump:"i do try and i always want to tell the truth. when i can, i tell the truth. and sometimes it turns out to be where something happens that's different or there's a change, but i always like to be truthful."
(grant) (grant) gubernatorial candidate john cox is taking his message on the road ahead of election day. the republican began his bus tour today in sacramento. cox called out his democrat opponent gavin newsom... questioning his fiscal discipline. but also talked about california's lack of affordability... saying the state is almost the laughing stock of the entire country....and people are ready for change. the latest polls show cox is trailing newsom by double digits. but cox says he does not believe what's happening nationally with his party...is having an effect on his campaign. cox plans to visit every region of the
state ahead of election day. (vicki) we have obtained surveillance video from a deadly shooting at a chevron gas station. and we now know the husband is responsible for shooting his wife. investigators believe shannon romo and her husband, miguel romo got into a confrontation at a gas station along antelope road in sacramento, which was captured on surveillance. in the video, shannon is seen running away from a man, who is chasing after her. she eventually runs to the front door of the gas station before she is shot. investigators say romo pulled the trigger and left the scene. their daughter ariana says an argument began back at their home that night, over another woman. and they would regularly get into fights, argue and put their hand on each other. but she didn't think her father was capable of pulling a gun on her mother. (vicki) like.">(vicki) burbank
police caught miguel romo after a crash. ariana says even with everything going on she still has love for her dad. romo is currently in a los angeles area jail where he is being held without bail. (grant) a somber (grant) a somber anniversary for a bay area family. today marks one year since an accident on skyline boulevard claimed the lives of three young men. their vehicle lost control...hit a tree..and plunged down an embankment... killing the driver...19 year old ricky torres...and his two friends 19 year old andrew gonzales and 18 year old matthew cruz. matthew cruz. torres' father visited the site today... to clear a path for torres' mother and younger son to visit later in the day. < rudy torres, victim's father: "we all miss him. it's a heartache to not have him here for the holidays, everday. it's just hard really hard.">(grant) a memial now sits where
the car went off the road ... but in front of it is a now a guard rail, which has been installed since the crash. (vicki) businesses in the north bay will not be compensated by p-g-and-e for suffering any losses from that big power outage at the beginning of october. you may recall, the utility shutdown power to thousands of customers for several days... in response to wildfire threats at the time. p-g-and-e will not be paying back any small businesses or residents in calistoga ... due to shutting down power ... because the company gave warning. the power shutdown was the first of its kind... p-g-and-e performed the public safety power shut off on sunday october 14th. the executive chef at 'all seasons bistro' says, it was a very stressful time. (vicki) during the raging
wildfires - mandatory evacuations were in effect for calistoga .. which hurt tourism. in its' report, p-g-and-e says, it is evaluating the power shutoff program ... and say, it was done as a last resort for public safety. (lawrence bay area weather) (sports tease) coming up in sports, we go to levi's for the nick mullens show. highlights from tonight's 49ers-raiders tilt.
a pair of 1-win teams, there isn't much to play for. but in this case, with the raiders leaving the bay area for las vegas.. the 49ers had an opportunity to give their rivals a proper sendoff. --here we go-- the 14th edition of the battle of the bay. terrell owens...the hall of far, receiving his hall of fame ring at the half, such a decorated career... 2nd all time in receiving yards... you see the gold jacket, the bust, and a closeup of the ring. --nick mullens...mang his 1st career start for the injured cj beathard. and he came ready to play. --1st ready to play. --1st quarter, mullens, firing.. to pierre garcon in the to pierre garcon in the corner of the end zone...24-yards, 7-nothing 49ers -and an early souvenir for mullens,
his 1st td pass...already with a label. --later in the 1st, offense going the other way for the raiders. derek carr...sacked..by deforest buckner. the pass rush got to carr 4 times in the first half, 7-sacks for the 49ers on the night. --2nd quarter--mullens....short middle to kendrick bourne.... 2nd td pass of the night...he started 9-for-11. 14-3 niners --end of the first half, mullens...unstoppable...to richie james, over the middle and look at the wheels.... 53-yards down to the 23. sets up a field goal to make it 17-3 49ers at the break. --out of the locker room, niners picking up where they left off... mullens...to george kittle...one handed catch for the tight end.. 71-yard catch and run... sets up another mullens touchdown pass, also to kittle. 24-3 san francisco. --then later in the 3rd, raheem mostert... 53-yard burst down the right sideline... touchdown 49ers.. 31-3 niners. --and you can see the
irritation settling in... jon gruden and paul guenther with a little sideline argument. derek carr was benched for aj mccarron late. 34-3 niners your final... as they improve to 2-and-7. raiders now 1-and-7. and coming up on kron4 sports at 10, we'll have reaction from santa clara... as the 49ers pour it on their bay area rivals. until then, more news around the corner. proposition 11 solves two issues.
first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11. four years ago, we rejected marshall tuck and his billionaire backers for superintendent of public instruction. but they're back. the corporate billionaires and their handpicked candidate, former wall street banker marshall tuck. tuck's billionaires have spent over $25 million distorting tony thurmond's outstanding record on education. all because they know tuck
shares their agenda: diverting funds from our public schools into their corporate charter schools. the same agenda as trump and betsy devos. protect our public schools. say no, again, to marshall tuck. proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. (vicki) new tonight at
nine... shocking new details and many unanswered questions about the prison-killing of former mob boss, f-b-i informant and most-wanted fugitive... james 'whitey' bulger.(grant) bulger was found dead tuesday at a prison in west virginia... (grant) and his death is being investigated as a homicide. we need to warn you that some viewers might find details in this report disturbing. brian todd reports. tonight new information -- indicating that boston's most notorious crime boss ever.. was targeted in prison.the new york times cites law enforcement officials-- saying james "whitey" bulger was in a wheelchair when he was attacked at hazelton prison in west virginia.that he was beaten beyond recognition with a padlock, stuffed inside a sock.the times, citing a law enforcement source not directly related to the case, reports bulger's eyes appeared to have been dislodged from his head.that it's not clear whether his attackers gouged-out his eyes-- or if they were knocked out because he was beaten so severely.
shelley murphy:"frankly whitey went out the way that he lived. i mean he - that is what he did to his victims. he was vicious. he strangled- he was convicted of strangling a woman and then he would go upstairs and take a nap while his friends buried her body." the attorney for an inmate at hazelton-- fotios "freddy" geas-- tells cnn tonight he believes his client is a suspect in bulger's grisly murder.daniel kelly:"my understanding is that he's in solitary confinement, he's in the segregation unit at hazelton because he's under investigation for being involved in this."geas is a mafia hit-man from west springfield, massachusetts and was convicted for murdering a boss in the notorious genovese crime family, as well as an associate.daniel kelly:"mr. geas certainly did not like informers. he's doing two life sentences because someone very close to him decided to become an informer. going back and representing mr. geas for the better part of two decades now, he had a particular distaste for them."and bulger was a well-known informant. investigators said that for years before a corrupt f-b-i agent tipped him off to pending charges against him-- bulger gave the f-b-i information on rival mobsters. he was leading south boston's violent 'winter hill gang' at the time.michael kendall: "whitey is someone who was truly a gangster and a sociopathic murderer. that's what he was. he's someone that sold out his colleagues to law enforcement to get advantages for himself."bulger's exploits as a murderous gangster and an f-b-i informant were depicted in the popular hit movies "the departed" and "black mass" where johnny depp played bulger.movie:"john do you know what i do to rats? it ain't ratting jimmy, it's an alliance. an alliance between me and the fbi? no no, between you and me."ultimately a jury found whitey bulger culpable of 11 killings between 1973 and 1985.tonight the attorney who represented the family of a woman who was strangled by bulger says he doesn't believe they're taking pleasure in
(grant) (grant) that was brian todd reporting... bulger spent three years at alcatraz starting in 19-59 after he tried to escape a prison in georgia. the gangster spent 16 years on the run before being arrested in 20-11. he had been living with his longtime girlfriend in a santa monica apartment. (vicki) not all heroes wear capes. in fact, some of them wear hard hats and neon vests. and here he is--trudging through knee deep water to unclog a drain on a major road in houston. heavy rain hit the area wednesday night -- causing street flooding all over the city. the clog was stuffed with landscaping clippings and pieces of a shredded tire! once the clog was cleared-- it wasn't long before traffic started moving again. as for the identity of houston's
sewer hero-- that remains a mystery. (grant) an incredible story of survival... a woman found alive nearly a week after losing control of her car and plunging off a highway... and it was all thanks to the eagle eyes of two men... the crash happened in a small town of wicken-burg, arizona... two ranchers were herding a cow that got loose on the highway and that's when they noticed the fence was broken and a car had crashed into a tree 50 feet below... with help, they were able to locate the driver who had made her way out of the car and was curled up along the riverbed. (grant) police say the woman stayed in her car for several days before climbing out and heading to the railroad tracks-- hoping someone would find her-- but she didn't
make it too far because of her injuries. no word on exactly how she was hurt-- or what caused the accident-- but the woman has been released from the hospital and is recovering. lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful warm start to november with temperatures soaring into the 70s and 80s. there were even some 70s along the coast. high pressure continues to dominate our weather pattern sending any chance of showers well to the north. highs tomorrow will once again be warm but cooler near the coast. highs will be in the 70s and mid 80s inland with patchy morning fog and cooler 60s at the coast. a few more clouds are expected this weekend with elevated fire danger in the north and east mountains. more sunshine and mild weather is expected next week.
for treating two types of epileptic syndromes... doctors are also allowed to prescribe epidiolex for other conditions. it is approved for patients aged two and older. the medication was recommended for approval in april and approved by the fda in june. g-w pharmaceuticals says the average price of epidiolex is 32,500 dollars a year, and most insurance plans will cover the drug. .... (vki) health officials confirm a tenth child has died from a virus outbreak at a nursing and rehabilitation in haskell, new jersey. at least 27 pediatric cases have now been linked to the virus-- and one staff member was also sickened. the center is not admitting new residents until the outbreak is over. the c-d-c is assisting with lab testing to make sure there are no other cases. (vicki) and up next... it's been 15 years since the
doesn't want to play madea when he is her age. perry has been playing madea in dozens of movies, plays and t-v appearances for 20 years. and now he's now focusing on other projects, including his upcoming comedy "nobody's fool." (vicki) will smith and martin lawrence are back... and it only took 15 years... (grant) the two confirmed on instagram this week that they are locked in for "bad boys for life." the day after lawrence posted a picture of himself with smith and said, "it's official," smith shared this video on instagram, "very" enthusiastically!
producer jerry bruckheimer is also returning. sony has set "bad boys for life" for release in 2020. (grant) that wraps up kron 4 news at nine...(vicki) but our primetime coverage continues at the top of the hour. pam moore and ken wayne are here with kron 4 news at ten....guys? (pam) thank you grant and vicki.... next at ten... a police chase that started in vallejo... and ended in oakland.. tonight the suspect has been sent to the hospital.. following a shootout with police...a number of streets in east oakland are still shutdown ... the latest information coming up in a live report. plus... recreational marijuana may be legal but each city and county in california is allowed to put their own rules in place. how that is making for a slow roll-out for the new law in some spots. (pam) and - we are seeing a chance for rain in the bay area. find out where and when ... in the 'ten at ten' forecast.(ken) don't go away...hour three of kron 4 news in primetime
tonight at ten: several streets in east oakland are still shut down because of a shooting that involved police. it all started with a police chase in vallejo, and ended in oakland.. reaching speeds of 120- miles per hour. good evening im pam moore. (ken)and im ken wayne. tonight the suspect in the hospital after a shootout with police... it happened near international boulevard and 22nd avenue. kron 4's alecia reid joins us live from the scene tonight with the latest on the investigation... the decision to continue this high speed chase was one the valejo police captain tells me officers felt was necessary.pkg a vehicle riddled with bullets .... and more than a dozen evidence markers line the
street. a high speed chase of up to 120 miles per hour ... ended in a crash, shooting, and with the suspect in the hospital.heavily armed with rifles, assault weapons, a handgunas if ready to go to war, police say he also geared up with body armor. a man familiar with the suspect called police thursday saying the alleged shooter was parked in front of his glen cove home .... with a cache of weapons. by the time authorities showed up and tried taking him into custody, he took off. it's a judgemnt call the officers have to make in the pursuit. of course pursuits are dangerous, but so is a person with assault weapons and pistols and putting more people in dangerin the 30 miles from vallejo to oakland .... police say the suspect opened fire within the city limits of oakland. it isn't clear at what point officers started firing back, but the suspect eventually crashed at the international and 22nd avenue intersection.highly irregular for an officer to fire inside a moving vehicle so i highly doubt that standup oakland p-d is leading this investigation.keep in mind there are still a number of streets closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic. investigators are expected to be here collecting evidence through the wee hours of reporting live from san francisco ... alecia reid ... kron 4 news.