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karla gonsalez, victim's mother "all i know is he passed away with no there to tell him goodbye or to hold on"(jrs)to hold on"(jrs) tonight a family is begging for answers ... after learning hayward police shot their loved one multiple times. police say they were told 29 year old agustin (augustine) gonsalez had a knife in his hand ... 13 shots were fired -- they later learned the man was holding a razor blade. good eveing and thank you for joining us at 10 i'm jr stone.(justine) and i'm justine waldman. kron4's michelle kingston spoke to the victim's family tonight -- who want to know why "augie" (aw-ghee) was killed and if there was could've been handled. (mk)karla gonsalez, victim's mother"my son was 29 years old. he has two beautiful kids that are 10 and 8. he adored
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them. he was a hard worker. he was goofy. he always knew how to make people laugh."agustin gonsalez's family is wondering how they will get through his daughter's ninth birthday party ... and christmas ... without him.karla gonsalez, victim's mother"he knew how to brighten our room with a smile."last month -- police were called to oneill avenue ... where they say a man reported gonsalez was acting erratically with a knife outside his ex-girlfriend's home.three officers arrived and say gonsalez ignored their commands to drop his weapon. they fired their guns 13 times -- and then realized gonsalez was not holding a knife, but a razor blade.michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"29 year old agustin gonsalez was pronounced dead at a ficers who through the police academy man razor blade."gonsalez's family has hired ben nisenbaum as their attorney ... and plan to file a civil lawsuit against hayward police.frank canto, victim's uncle"there's so many other ways to handle this situation. they decided to use
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their gun instead and here we are. we just want a little justice for augie."agustin gonsalez, victim's father"we are just trying to get answers and wondering why it wasn't handled differently. we just feel that it could've been handled ... he was crying for help and why did it have to happen this way?"the hayward police department is conducting an internal investigation due to the use of force.we reached otu to police for comment -- but have not heard hayward michelle kingston kron 4 news (jr) a sad day in sports. the san francisco forty niners are mourning the loss of one of their own. we learned today tony york died at the age of 35. he was the son of the team's owners and brother of ceo jed york.
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(justine) kron 4's gayle ong spoke with people close to the york family. she joins us live in santa clara with details.gayle. (gayle)i'm here at david's restaurant across the street from levi's stadium.the owners here didn't know tony but knew the york family and are sad to hear the sad news. 35-year-old tony york, who was the son of the san francisco forty niners owners,has died. his father is john york, the team's owner,his brother is jed york, the team's c-e-o.the family released this statement saturday..but no cause of death was given.
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manager,he was a constant guest at the york's private suite to watch the niners games.
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in santa clara gayle ong kron 4 news. news. (justine) a surfer died after rescuers pull him from the water at san francisco's ocean beach. (jrs) crews rushed the man to the hospital where we was pronounced dead friday afternoon. kron4's dan thorn has more on what happened and how the surf community is reacting. dan? (dan)fire crews say they tried to revive the unidentified surfer several times yesterday afternoon. surfers i spoke with today say this incident is why it's important to keep your eye on the reports and know when to get out. ocean beach waters are much calmer on saturday..the day before officials say was a much different story..sot: it got a little big yesterday so yeah. surfers clayton roth and damon call ride the waves often at ocean beach. they say friday's waves were too
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rough for them...sot: for someone like me i usually try to avoid it in that situation because the waves are just too big for me. officials say the waves swelled to 10 feet on friday..the national weather service issued a beach hazard-- warning people about the water at the beach. the news of someone dying after being pulled out of the waves friday is not something they ever wanted to hear about a fellow surfer. sot: oh it's awful, its awful our prayers go out to the family that is dealing with this situation it's not something you ever want to hear about. forecasters are expecting the milder weekend to continue. sot: try to remember to be safe im here with a buddy, use the buddy system look out for eachother and if you every feel like you're in an uncomfortable position best to just get out of the water. (dan)emergency crews say they had to rescue at least 3 surfers over a 24 hour span. reporting at ocean beach dan thorn kron4 news.
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pleasant weather with seasonal temperatures and mostly clear skies should prevail through early sunday. lows will range in the 30s-40s tonight. daytime highs will remain seasonable with low to mid 60s on sunday. a weak storm will arrive sunday night into monday bringing the possibility of light rain, primarily from the bay area northward. rainfall amounts for the most part will be minimal, expect about a tenth or two for the north bay and less than a tenth elsewhere. a very weak system may bring minor rainfall mid week, while a pair of potentially wetter systems are possible beginning around next weekend. (justine) police arrested
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a serial window smasher wanted in connection with up to á30á connection wanted in smasher serial window arrested a police (justine) next weekend. next weekend. (justine) police arrested a serial window smasher wanted in connection with up to á30á vandalism cases in san rafael. and, tonight, he remains behind bars in marin county. (jr stone) kron four's philippe djegal spoke with
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police and business owners about the case... here's more on how the suspect was caught. (philippe) from big corporations like fedex... to local businesses in san rafael like floortex design... broken windows remain boarded up. allegedly habitually smashed out by the same man over a span of several months -- dating back to august.sgt. justin graham/srpd- "a lot of the initial surveillance video in the early months was of poor quality, or the suspect was too far away from the camera to make an identification." but sergeant justin graham says surveillance video from recent vandalism cases, helped narrow down a suspect to 47- year-old miguel angel parra of san rafael. he's believed to be the man in this video, seen early tuesday morning, riding on a bike passed floortex, and throwing a rock through the windowsgt. justin graham/srpd- "that was then forwarded to our foot beat downtown officers who were able to locate mr. parra, uh, detained him, and arrested him on two outstanding unrelated warrants by this week... the police department was investigating 30 similar vandalism cases... where
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the suspect had thrown a rock through the businesses window. and, after his arrest, parra admitted to investigators... that he was involved with at least 12 of those incidents.sgt. justin graham/srpd- "don't have any idea of what the motive was at this point." marin beverage outlet was also victimized this week. the owner says the window repair exceeded 13-hundred dollars. a floortex manager says their repairs will likely hit five thousand dollars. both leaders grateful the san rafael police department got their man.sgt. justin graham/srpd- "he's the only suspect at this point. we are looking into the other cases to see if there are maybe other suspects. obviously, he only admitted to 12 of them." so, he's facing 12 felony counts of vandalism. parra is due in court monday. and, at some point, it's possible the marin county district attorney's office could ask he undergo a mental health evaluation. in san rafael, philippe djegal, kron four news. (jrs)
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hold, hold!"> (jrs) we had this live for you on kron4 news at 8... the moment when the delta five heavy rocket launch was scrubbed. united launch alliance initially said during the launch's webcast.. just a second before launch the sequencer that controls the countdown had detected a problem. this was the second attempt after the launch was postponed friday night because of a communication problem between the control center and the launch site. there is no new launch date right now. drowning her twins. where police say she was right before it happened. (jrs) paris is under attack by protesters running the streets. famous monuments have closed and store fronts are borded up. now we hear from the protesters about what it will take for them to stop. (justine)
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santacon is here! if you are looking for something to do tonight... throwing on a santa suit might be just what you need to spread some holiday cheer. we look and see if this years santas made the naughty or nice list.
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(jrs) if you were out in the streets of san francisco today, you may have noticed
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the sea of santas all over. some walking and others struggling to walk.(justine) that's right, today was santacon - a day where thousands of people dress up and go bar hopping. kron 4's sanaz tahernia hit the streets to see if people were being naughty or nice. it's that time of year again... when the drinks start flowing..."woooo santacon"and people start ho, ho, ho-ing. santacon 2018 is upon us and bars like the golden gate tap room in union square are preparing for the masses."ah today, last year was the biggest day of the year. so hopefully it's the same and even better."these santas woke up early this morning to put on their christmas best. i spoke tois morning."i'm really excited to get my group of friends together, we're all
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separated across the country a little bit, so getting everyone in one place, having a little bit of fun for the weekend, getting away from our jobs. it's just a great time." "i visited my nephew, he told me about this, we decided to come."and while it's a fun event for those participating, police say a lot more crime tends to happen on this day "the department will have additional resources on the streets today. the public can expect to see a visible police presence in shopping areas as well as areas popular for santacon."and a quick reminder to everyone - santa clause is still making his list and checking it twice..."are you naughty or nice?" "i'm naughty, obviously. i mean nice is fun but today i'm naughty. and i get way more interesting gifts that way."in san francisco, sanaz tahernia, kron 4 news
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(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. pleasant weather with seasonal temperatures and mostly clear skies should prevail through early sunday. lows will range in the 30s-40s tonight. daytime highs will remain seasonable with low to mid 60s on sunday. a weak storm will arrive sunday night into monday bringing the possibility of light rain, primarily from the bay area northward. rainfall amounts for the most part will be minimal, expect about a tenth or two for the north bay and less than a tenth elsewhere. a very weak system may bring minor rainfall mid week, while a pair of potentially s are pos
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around next weekend. (justine) a mother of twin baby boys is accused of drowning them in a bathtub at a motel.(jrs) reporter justin lum tells us this happened only moments after she had been kicked out of a shelter. ten-month-old twin boys... mason murguia on the left...rig. family members sharing this precious memory with us...they say each twin had their own special personality.but on thursday morning, tulare police say heather langdon drowned her twins in a bathtub
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at the twins in a drowned her langdon say heather tulare police morning, thursday but on personality.own special twin had their they say each us...memory with precious sharing this family members right...murguia on the maddox on the left...mason murguia twin boys...ten-month-old shelter.kicked out of a she had been moments after happened only tells us this justin lum reporter (jrs) a a bathtub at drowning them is accused of twin baby boys a mother of (justine) next weekend. beginning around next weekend.
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(justine) a mother of twin baby boys is accused of drowning them in a bathtub at a motel.(jrs) reporter justin lum tells us that this happened only moments after she had been kicked out of a shelter. ten-month-old twin boys... mason murguia on the left... maddox murguia on the right... family members sharing this precious memory with us...they say each twin had their own special personality.but on thursday morning, tulare police say heather langdon drowned her twins in a bathtub at the virginia motor lodge. maria marez/witness: "she kept saying that 'i almost drowned them. i almost drowned by babies' and she was trying to help the babies. but i didn't know that they were already
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deceased."maria marez says she ran to room 24 when she heard langdon call for help...but it was too late."sad. real sad that i saw something like that."surveillance video from late wednesday night -- shows tulare police officers drop langdon off at the motel... along with the twins.sergeant jon hamlin says langdon had been staying at a nearby women's shelter but got kicked out.sgt. jon hamlin/tulare, ca: "officers arrived there and the shelter asked that she leave the for causing the disturbances."susan diaz stays right next door...she says she saw langdon later that night in a daze.susan diaz/lives next door: "she was just standing there looking around. she looked kind of worried like something was wrong." family members tell me langdon and her husband have been divorced for a few years...and they share three more sons, ages 14, 13 and five... neighbors still shaken by this tragedy."got to take it day by day and remember this day. december 6th for the rest of my life." (justine)(justine) residents of l-a's crenshaw
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district are demanding answers...after someone left graffiti on a beloved community mural. even worse -- the vandals drew images of swastikas. the mural was created 18 years ago and has never been damaged before. locals discussed the incident with city leaders and law enforcement at a community meeting friday. some believe vandalism was carried out by a hate group, emboldened by the current political climate the lead detective on the case says he has some evidence, but that they're also looking for witnesses to help them crime. (justine) that section of the mural said
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the vandalism didndn last long -- people were out cleaning up the graffiti within hours. (justine) coming home. the residents of paradise are finally allowed back in to the town .. the camp fire reduced to rubble and ash. we are there as people saw for the first time what was left of their homes. (jrs) a new book is all about the women of star wars. how the author came up with the idea.
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(justine) there's a new book chronicling the many female characters in the star wars universe ...(jrs)... and it's author is an ohio woman with a love of all things star wars.damon young reports. from ross county ...amy radcliffe:"i grew up in frankfort, it's a pretty small town."to a galaxy far far away... sort of.amy radcliffe:
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"i moved to la in my mid 20s. it's just ... i needed the change, i wanted something different, i wanted warmer weather."it's here where amy found her fandom and her voice, first with her personal blog, eventually picking up work with lucasfilm, nerdist and then...amy radcliffe:"it was just a dream e-mail that was like hey are you interested in writing this star wars book, do you want to talk about it, i'm like yeah of course i want to talk about it. of course it's about female characters in star wars like i'm 100% in."once the padawan, now the master has returned home with her latest work, star wars women of the galaxy,an illustrated look at 75 female characters that goes far beyond just the movies.amy radcliffe:"it's incredible to think we came from the days of the original trilogy where there was leia. since we've had the sequel trilogy, the prequels, the animated series, also when you look outside the films you have comics, books and video games...and we went to all of that to make this list."from ahsoka tano ...amy radcliffe:"she's my girl."to padme and every female
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character in between, this is a book that allows anyone to expand their galactic horizons. amy radcliffe:"my hope is, is that it's for all ages, it's for girls and boys, men and women. maybe they'll read about a character in here that they didn't know about and be like..oh, i'll go pick up this novel or comic and realize there's this actually big world past the films, which are great, but i can just keep exploring and finding someone that they specifically relate to." (jrs) brewing beer for a good cause. and who in the bay area was asked to participate. (justine) a verdict has been reached. a jury has ruled the man who drove over heather hyer at the unite the right rally is guilty. we hear reaction from the court house from the trial of james fields (jrs) returning home after the camp fire. we follow one man who came back home and found nothing. more on what he plans to do next. (justine) fema trailers
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are in california to help those displaced by the recent
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camp fire. these trailers will be set up at the rolling hills casino in corning in nearby tehama county. twelve spots have been opened up at the casino for these trailers. fema says no current guests at the casino's r-v park will be asked to leave to make room for the trailers. other trailers will be put at the glenn county fairgrounds and sacramento's cal expo. wildfire victims will be allowed to stay in the trailers for up to 18 months while a more permanent solution can be found. (justine) evacuation orders have been lifted for paradise, california.(jrs) this week survivors of the wildfire returned to their property. reporter stephanie lin was with one homeowner who's trying to don mokler:"i've seen fires before, but i've never seen any fire as total as this."don mokler returns to the ruins of his paradise home.don mokler: "and there was another bedroom right here. oh i know what this is. it was a metal desk." the fourth visit for the man who lived here for 20
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years...the land now incinerated to ash and rubble. don mokler:"gone. everything is gone. and you can tell from looking at this. i can't even pick a penny out of this that isn't scorched and melted."now left with little else than a truck and his beloved dog, oreo.stephanie lin:"don doesn't plan to rebuild his home here but he does plan to move on with his life. after cleaning up what's left of his property, he plans to move elsewhere."don mokler:"what i'd really like is to have peace of mind that people know that this isn't over with. weace to go."like thof others now homeless, don's path to a new home is paved with difficulty. don mokler:"we found one home we wanted to buy, we wanted to go into the process of purchasing it and somebody came along just minutes before us and offered 20-thousand dollars over the asking price." but as the saying goes, tough times never last.don mokler: "stay strong. hang in there, it's gotta get better, sure
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can't get any worse."but tough people, do.don mokler:"if anybody has a home out there they can sell me, i'm here." (jrs) the camp fire, which devastated paradise, burned more than 153-thousand acres and killed 85 people before being contained. (justine) the victims of the 'camp fire' continue to do what they can to rebuild their lives after losing everything in the fire... and now they will be getting a little extra nd the world. these santa clara county firefighters are coming together again .. this time joining forces with rock bottom brewery ... to help the fire victims.. the sierra nevada brewing company put out a call to all the breweries in the country, asking them to brew a new i-p-a it created.. and then donate the proceeds to camp fire victims - and the
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response has been better than anticipated.
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they end by saying this wall of hope is such a beautiful, simple, pure example of how far we have come. (jrs) around 125,000 yellow vest protesters took to the streets of france on saturday. the french interior minister announced that 974 are now in custody-- while 135 have been wounded. (justine) the protests first began after a hike in fuel prices, and turned into protests french pre macron. cnn's ben wedeman reports. (nats) the city of lights... covered in smoke.(nats)french police launching tear gas into crowds of yellow-vest clad protesters. the riots confirming the fears of locals ....local resident: "we are a little bit nervous, especially because paris is a beautiful city"and tourists... russian tourist: "we are really afraid of what is going
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on because on the news it looks really, like it scares a lot"the movement, which began last month in response to the country's fuel price hikes, has evolved into a broader protest against president emmanuel macron's government. president trump blames the paris climate accord for the violence.earlier this week macron announced the tax hikes... meant to combat climate change... would be suspended and not go into effect next year as planned. (nats)the move did liesters.peo because we just want the president to get out. i don't know. maybe the negotiations they are doing now will just stop the movement for a little business owners are just hoping the damage will be owner: "we hope that the police will be here to get rid of hooligans, and we keep our fingers crossed that we will still be here monday morning."i'm kim hutcherson reporting.
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(live) taking a live look outside at san francisco's embarcadero.... (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. pleasant weather with seasonal temperatures and mostly clear skies should prevail through early sunday. lows will range in the 30s-40s tonight. daytime highs will remain seasonable with low to mid 60s on sunday. a weak storm will arrive sunday night into monday bringing the possibility of light rain,
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primarily from the bay area northward. rainfall amounts for the most part will be minimal, expect about a tenth or two for the north bay and less than a tenth elsewhere. a very weak system may bring minor rainfall mid week, while a pair of potentially wetter systems are possible beginning around next weekend. (jrs) up next a (jrs) next weekend.
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(jrs) up next a serial robber walks into an ice cream shop and holds a knife to one girls stomach, demanding money.... expect this time someone decided to fight back. and we have it all on camera.
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(justine) seattle police are trying to identify a serial armed robber targeting fast food resturants.(jrs) the most recent incident was at a baskin robbins... what the crook didn't count on
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was the ice cream worker fighting back. "we watched it after and i was like, oh my gosh, you fought him!"leslie was in front cleaning the coolers when the suspect walked into her south seattle baskin robbins store on november 25th."i'm like let me get behind the counter real quick so i can serve this customer and then as soon as i get to the counter, he grabs me by the apron and then holds his knife to my stomach and he says, open the register, give me all the money in it. and i looked down and i'm like whoa cause it's just like a huge knife at my stomach and i'm just like oh my god, we're being robbed."what the crook didn't count on was her coworker who kept his cool...telling the thief to calm soon as he opened the register, the thief drops the knife and lunges for the money."and so my coworker grabs his knife and kind of likes throws it at him...but
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then he turns around like he's gonna leave but then he comes back and tries to jump over the counter."as she calls 911, her coworker goes from ice cream slinger to dishing up 31 flavors of kung fu ... throwing punches and kicks...all while holding the suspect's knife...."he's very intent on getting that money. he doesn't care if the clerk has the knife or not."as the two continue to battle it out, the thief finally finally grabs a grand total of 6 bucks from the register before bolting out the door with the clerk hot on his heels."not the brightest robbery guy but he is dangerous."fortunately, neither employee was injured. police have the suspect's huge knife in evidence and they never advise taking on a robbery suspect, leslie is grateful she wasn't alone. "what do you think about your coworker jumping into action like that? that was amazing. his reaction was so quick." "detectives say this is just the latest in a series of robberies by this same suspect."here he is on october 29th covering his face in a baskin robbins store on elliott avenue demanding money...the victim said he showed her a gun stuck out of his days earlier, police say the same suspect hit a subway restaurant on 25th avenue east... this time using a brown scarf to cover the lower part of his face. both of those victims were left in tears believing his threats to kill."it was
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definitely scary. i was pretty shaken after."so what did she say to her coworker after it was over?"i told him he was a hero and i bought him a cup and said your awesome! stay like that." (jrs) a verdict has been reached. a judge ruled james fields is guilty of murder after driving into a crowd at the "unite the right" rally in virginia. we have reaction from a woman who was hit and survived. coming up in sports.....the sharks look to a win in arizona....also.....niners prep for the broncos, as raiders get ready to host the afc north division leading steelers....that's next....
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(justine) a man who drove his car into a crowd of counter protesters at a white nationalist rally in charlottesville, virginia has been convicted of first-degree murder.(jrs) the jury rejected arguments by defense lawyers that james fields jr. had acted in self-defense. reporter kaylee hartung has reaction from those who survived. the self-professed neo-nazi who barreled his car into a crowd protesting a white nationalist rally in charlottesville, virginia was convicted friday of first-degree murder and all other charges brought against him. tanesha hudson, local activist, counterprotestor i thank every last one of those jurors for doing what they needed to do. they made the choice to express to the world, like, we don't stand for this type of hate. at all. a jury took just over seven hours of deliberation to find james alex fields jr guilty of heather heyer's murder, eight counts of malicious wounding and one count of failing to stop at an accident involving a death. he faces a possible life sentence of life in prison. through a week of testimony, prosecutors and defense attorneys focused on
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fields' intent. the commonwealth argued that fields was unprovoked and acted with the intent to harm counterprotestors when he idly watched the crowd before him, backed up his dodge challenger, then raced it down the street, reaching 28mph before crashing and fleeing the scene. the defense didn't deny he drove the car, but said he was in a state of panic and acted in self- defense. a jailhouse phone call from fields to his mother recorded in march was played in court. in it, fields said that he was defending himself from "a violent mob of terrorists." but those calls revealed more about fields bill burke was 1 of the 35 people injured in the attack. the most chilling pieces to me jailhouse phone calls to his mom, the way he was talking to his mother, the way he called heather's mom susan an anti- white communist, called us all terrorists and said we were the enemy and it was no big deal heather died because she's the enemy that just told me everything i need to know about the kind of person he is. on august 12, 2017 burke and heather heyer were among those demonstrating against the "unite the right" rally as so-called alt-right activists, chanting racist slogans, some carrying guns
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and flags with swastikas and confederate emblems marched on this college town. fields drove more than 500 miles from ohio to participate. his attack turned an already bloody, violent and hate- filled day deadly. there was widespread anger and outragei have a message to all white supremacists and nazis plain and simple go home you are not welcome, not wanted shame on you. then "i think there is blame on both sides" president trump's refusal to condemn the racist attack in its immediate aftermath, further inflammed the national conversation. just because he was found guilty this is not over. this is just the start to let people know don't think you can come here and do this type of thing and get away with it. we won't have it.
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the votes are in and the heisman trophy goes to kyler murray the oakland a's prospect. murray is oklahoma's star quarterback who is the first q-b to average 300 yards passing a game and 60 yards running a game. he had thousand yards on the season to go along with 40 td's. he has said all along that he is going to play baseball next year. he signed a huge deal with the a's for four point six million dollars but could this change things? it certainly will be interesting to is 5 foot 10 and a half and weighs 190 pounds so he is smaller but nfl scouts say if he did go to
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the nfl he could be drafted in the first round. also some saying he could play both sports. a to be continued here but congrats to kyler murray on winning the heisman. san jose sharks wrapping up a short 2-game road trip in arizona saturday...we go to the action.... ---here we see marc-edouard vlasic.... looking game ready.... ---we go to the 1st period.....sharks up 1- 0.....tomas hertl to timo meier.....meier to logan couture....couture shoots and scores....through the legs of the goalie sharks extend their lead to 2-0..... ---3rd period now....sharks still up 3-2....brad richardson.richardson's in for the game tying goal... ---tied 3 all with roughly 6 minutes to go... lukas radil would end up with the puck....radil circles the goal....he shoots it in!!....his first nhl goal is a game winner for the sharks.... ---sharks go on to win 5-3.....and wrap up their 2-game road trip on a high note.... it's a iconic college
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it's a iconic college football match up saturday that happens every year. army versus navy. 119th time this has happened. and here they come. the president flipped the coin for this one. army ranked 25th in the country. ---1st quarter.....kelvin hopkins jr. takes it in himself for the 10 yard up 7-0 early in the game.... ---4th quarter.....garret lewis at the 1 yard line for navy....falls in for the touchdown....but navy still trails army....10-7.... ---3 minutes left in the goes for it on 4th and 12.....kenneth brinson strips the ball away from zach recovers.... ---that would lead to a touchdown at the 1 yard line by kelvin hopkins jr.... extending army's lead 17-7.... ---army defeats navy....17-10.... if you plan on being out and about sunday beware of traffic. two nfl games happening here in the bay
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area. the raiders in oakland and the 49ers down in santa clara. we start with the 49ers. the red and gold will be going up against a denver broncos team that is 6 and 6 on the season. they still have a shot at making the playoffs are a game out of a wild card spot. this is the first time the broncos have played a regular season game at levi's stadium since they won super bowl 50 in santa clara. san francisco was officially knocked out of the playoffs last week. they are playing for pride at this point. maybe spoiler as well. kickoff set for 1:05 sunday afternoon. (j.r.) the oakland raiders have a very tough task sunday as they host the afc north conference leading pittsburgh steelers. just like the 49ers the raiders are also playing for pride. they are double digit underdogs in sunday's game but here is a glimmer of hope. something we always look for...especially this season. quarterback ben rothlisberger has not beat the raiders in oakland in the three games that he has played there. so there ya go. kickoff for this game set for 1:25 sunday afternoon.
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(justine) just how far this woman and her dog drove to see the snow.
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(justine) a woman took a very special trip for her dog. carol fent and her dog travel from jacksonville to north carolina just to play in the snow. there are just a little bit of flurries here in this picture.. but you can is to see the snow! and is exciting for her as well. (justine) certain areas of the state may see up to 8 inches.
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(jr) a boston firefighter a boston firefighter decided to spread some holiday cheer by taking to the streets dressed as buddy the elf...he then started playful pillow fights with strangers brendan edwards and his brother ryan did this in downtown boston...challenging people and looking for smiles. the two shared their homemade video onlineand no surprise -- it's going viral ... racking up more than 150- thousand views in the first few days. so good times with that elf and hopefully good times for those santas in san francisco.
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(heavy metal music and sirens) (dogs barking) (exploding) (sirens blare) (helicopter blades whirl) (bars clanking) - so, we have a hit off of our license plate reader, in south lake tahoe and it was a stolen vehicle, which was headed westbound. and our unit down in cameron park just spotted it. so, he's behind a stolen vehicle right now. they're still traveling westbound towards sacramento county


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