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for every new beginning. now at eight ... just breaking my heart looking at my son facing death.a father's desperate plea to allow his wife to see their dying son. (whoosh)natbig waves ... the power of the oceanstorm=surge surf damages a popular restaurant and forces the closure of a pier in pacifica. (whoosh)an alarming report on the rise of vaping among teenagers ... think most don't think how bad it is - like it is not as bad as cigerettes, so they use and then get hooked. (pam) the father of a child dying in an oakland hospital ... pleading with the state department to allow his wife to join him... in saying goodbye to their child.(pam) good evening. i'm pam moore, (ken) i'ken wayne. thanks for joining us. our
top story, a two- year old boy on life support at u-c-s-f benioff children's hospital oakland... and his mother barred from entering the u=s. (pam) little abdullah hassan"s mothers from yemen, a nation which is on the state department's no-entry list. as kron four's catherine heenan shows us, the muslim rights group 'cair' is offering the family some much needed help.. this is a very real case that shows us the effects of family separation.abdullah hassan was born in yemen two years and two days ago, with a rare and progressive brain disease five months ago, his father, an american citizen, obtained citizenship for his son and brought him to the u=s for treatment.now he's on life support and not expected to live much longer,i'm here today because my son abdullah needs his mother. my wife's calling me every day wanted to kiss and hug her son for the one last time timebecause yemen is one of the countries on the state department's travel ban list, abdullah's mother was denied entry to the u=s. "this is a united states citizen ... who's going to die, separated from his mother his father ali says he drives from stockton to oakland every day to visit his little boy. "my son abdullah is only 2 years old. we celebrate his birthday just two days ago. so i am here today for your support and help bring my family together for the one last time."ali says he never expected that he and his wife
would be separated during their son's final days.he's about to die soon. his mother is not able to touch him, see him, give him a kiss before he go.how's your wife holding up? crying, crying every single day. family members say the state department has told them the mother's application for a waiver is being processed.the council on american islamic relations says it plants to file suit to speed up the process.we are ready to fly her out at a moment's notice as soon as we receive the waiver, hopefully today. now to a somber night in hayward... where law enforcement and civilians from around the bay area are gathering to remember a fallen officer. it has been nearly one year since c-h-p officer andrew camilleri .... was killed by a driver who investigators say, was impaired... and going 120- miles per hour. our grant lodes is here with the lodes is here our grant hour. miles per going 120- impaired... and say, was investigators driver who was killed by a camilleri .... andrew officer year since c-h-p nearly one it has been fallen officer.to remember a are gathering the bay area from around and civilians enforcement where law today.today.waiver, hopefully receive the as soon as we receive the waiver, hopefully today.
now to a somber night in hayward... where law enfoement and civilians from around the bay area are gathering to remember a fallen officer. it has been nearly one year since c-h-p officer andrew camilleri .... was killed by a driver who investigators say, was impaired... and going 120- miles per hour. our grant lodes is here with the message tonight... from camilleri's widow... and c-h-p. (grant) andrew camilleri was just 33 years old when he was killed along 880 uin hayward last christmas eve. he leaves behind a wife and three young children. tonight at the chp office in hayward... music and tributes filled the air...and the message from law enforcement was clear: they'll be there to support andrew's family... and the public needs to rember tragedies like this one when deciding to drive
after drinking or using drugs. camilleri's widow says she sees parts of her late husband in each of their three children... and there's a lot that she misses. (grant) muhmmad ali has been charged in camilleri's death. his preliminary hearing is set to start in march of next year. (ken) up and down the bay area. dangerous waves pounding the coast. a high surf warning is still in effect tonight until 9.(ken)
waves were expected to break as high as 50 feet! all because of a powerful storm.(pam) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here to break down how much rain we got from that storm. but first, kron 4's gabe slate joins us live from a pacifica beach.... gabe, see any huge waves ? thewaves were so big in pacifica they were reaching the top of the pier off sharp park beach normally there are dozens of people fishing off the pier but the city closed it down for safety reasons. sound- people reacting to waves. thenational weather service issued a high surf warning along the coast for monday saying there could waves up to 50 feet high at favored breaks alot of wave watchers were out in pacifica with their phones out trying to capture images of mother nature's power. otherswere taking pictures of the picture takers. sound- people reacting to waves. isaw a few people soaked myself while i was getting this shot a huge wave hit two girls just off my left natsound - girls hit with wave sound- steve shaw - assistant gm, moonraker restaurant, pacifica "wehad 2
inches of water in lobby" steve shaw assistant general manager of moonraker restaurant in pacifica which sits right on the ocean incredible views but it's too close when there is high surf sound- steve shaw - assistant gm, moonraker restaurant, pacifica "430am 3 waves hit us got a broken window and structure damage" thisis the not first time the ocean took out one of moonraker's windows, in january 2017 almost the exact same thing happened a rogue wave crashed into the restaurant breaking a window and flooding their lower level banquet room. sound- steve shaw - assistant gm, moonraker restaurant, pacifica "same thing, different window, we are unlucky" inpacifica gabe slate kron 4 news . (pam) news .slate kron 4 pacifica gabe inpacifica gabe slate kron 4 news .
thing, different window, we are unlucky" inpacifica gabe slate kron 4 news . (pam) checking in now with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.(ken) lawrence how much did this last storm bring us? lawrence karnow: the bay area had a nice break today from the stormy weather. but the clouds continue moving across our skies today. tonight will be mostly cloudy with patchy dense fog. on the satellite you can see another storm moving into the pacific northwest. there is a chance we could see a few more raindrops north of the golden gate bridge. highs tomorrow will be cool under partly cloudy skies and in the 50s to mid 60s. we will see a mix of sunshine and clouds through the week. the next best chance for rain will come this friday and this weekend.
in the south bay, a woman is dead following an early morning hit and run. it happened in san jose along northbound first street near rosemary. police are now hoping that someone with information will come forward to help them find the driver. kron 4's charles clifford has details. the san jose police department says that early monday morning officers were called here to the intersection of jasmine and north 1st for a welfare check. when they arrived on scene they found an adult female lying in the street along northbound 1st street.sotwhen our officers arrived they found the female with injuried consistent with being hit by a car. there was no car around so this was a hit and run. she was transported to the hospital and died a short time later.invesgtigators have been looking for witnesses and
trying to locate surveillance video that might shed some light on what happened but so far they have come up empty handed.sotwe don't have any information on the vehcils of the suspects.the identity of the victim has not yet been released and police are hoping that someone with information will come forward.sotany informatiothat anyone has. whether they saw something or heard somethingsotwe really need the public's help to solve this. right now we have a victim of hit and run and i'm sure the family wants answers. we want to help them with that.anyone with information is asked to contact the san jose police department. in san jose, charles clifford kron 4 news. this is the 46 pedestrian fatality in san jose this year. in the south bay, charles clifford kron 4 news. new information tonight... about the off- duty oakland police officer ... who was shot in san leandro over the weekend.(ken) we're now learning that investigators believe he accidentally shot himself. kron4's michelle kingston is
live outside san leandro police department -- where she spoke to officers earlier this evening. michellesan leandro police are still investigating this case ...and right now say they have yet to recover the gun. (mk)an off duty oakland police officer was eating at chilis near the bay fair mall in san leandro on saturday night ... when investigators say he accidentally shot himself in the parking lot.this is the spent shell casing found there on monday afternoon.lt. isaac benabou, san leandro police departmentwe undstand that just one shot was fired from the gun and the spent shell casing that was recovered does match the information that we havesan leandro police say after shooting himself in the chest ... he drove to his girlfriend's apartment ... she called police.he is now recovering at a local hospital -- where he told officers he is not sure where the gun may be.lt. isaac benabou, san leandro police department"he has no recollection of where the gun is ... is that concering to that there's a gun out there?very concerning,
yes. that's our number one concern. in any investigation, in any case that involves a gun, we would like to get our hands on that weapon for many reasons. in hits case, not knowing where the gun is right now is our top priority."san leandro police say they believe the weapon used was the officer's personal gun, but say exactly what happened is still unclear.lt. isaac benabou, san leandro police department"we dont have any video right now. we dont have any witnesses to it. we are going solely based on the statements and the testimony from the two people that were present." michellethey are not releasing the officers name at this time. we are told he is in stable condition.live in san leandro michelle kingston kron 4 news coming up at eight..
a late fall storm dumping inches of new snow in the mountains... we look at the sierra forecast plus. a murder case involving a former special forces soldier catches the attention of president trump and it's raising troubling questions. and next... an alarming trend among teens... a new study finds a big jump in the number of high school students.. who vape. ♪ whoa! the mercedes-benz winter event is back, and you won't want to stop for anything else.
that's according to a new study .. in some cases ... almost double the number of kids reported they were vaping compared to last year. (pam) and in one part of the bay area, those numbers are even higher... kron four's terisa estacio reports. the monitoring the future survey shows that in 10th grade, the rate of kids vaping went form 8.2 percent to 16.1 percent, 8th grade, 3.5 percent to 6.1 percent. jasmine gerraty, youth tobaco prevent coordinator, marin co. public health dept. "here it is even worse." i meet up with jasmine gerraty with marin county's public health department and olivia carpeneter, an intern in the department involved in public outreach. olivia carpenter, intern i think most don't think how bad it is - like it is not as bad as cigerettes, so they use and then get hooked. in fact, the vapor produced by e-cigarettes delivere very high levels of nicotine, raising concerns about the impact on developing brains. this survey mirrors what was recently found in another study prompting the
fda to announce plans to restrick the sale of flavored electronic cigareets which appeal to children. olivia. the flavors are more for kids then adults. jasmine. we are trying to do more outreach to teens about it all. the combined jumps in vaping by 10th and 12th graders was a record setter for the survey which has been around since 1975. terisa estacio kron four news. ###
... not only brought rain to the bay area... but fresh snow to the sierra. snow was still coming down along interstate- 80 this morning... making a mess on the road. but on the slopes... great conditions for skiers and snowboarders. (ken) turning to our four zone forecast. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now.(pam) and lawrence ... the sierra really seeing a lot of snow so far this year lawrence karnow: the bay area had a nice break today from the stormy weather. but the clouds continue moving across
our skies today. tonight will be mostly cloudy with patchy dense fog. on the satellite you can see another storm moving into the pacific northwest. there is a chance we could see a few more raindrops north of the golden gate bridge. highs tomorrow will be cool under partly cloudy skies and in the 50s to mid 60s. we will see a mix of sunshine and clouds through the week. the next best chance for rain will come this friday and this weekend. (pam) an annual charitable christmas holiday event is in need of a little charity of its own tonight. donations are considerably are donations weekend.friday and this come this for rain will come this friday and this weekend. (pam) an annual charitable
christmas holiday event is in need of a little charity of its own tonight. donations are considerably down this year ... and the founder of the event acknowledges, they are down for an understandable reason.. (ken) but as kron4's haaziq madyun reports, she is hoping there are people still willing to give this holiday season. sotthe warehouse that holds donations for the 2018 christmas for
everyone charitable event is not quite as full this year says christmas for everyone founder mary perezsotshe says the lack of donations are a result of the far reaching impact of the camp fire and the need to help fire victims this yearsotan outcome that perez is trying to avoid. for the past 34-years she and her team of volunteers host between 1,500 and 2,000 people for a one stop free christmas experiencesot but as you can see...there is not nearly enough trees, toys, bicycles and gifts for the typical christmas for everyone
celebration. so what do they need?sotshe says although the economy has improved there are still needy families this time of year in contra costa county sot this year's christmas for everyone event will be held at the light of grace korean presbyterian church in martinez. the event starts at 9:30am christmas day...in martinez haaziq madyun kron4news
christmas eve is exactly one week away-- and chances are some of the holiday gifts you bought online are still on the way.(pam) so, how do you keep package thieves from stealing those presents from your porch? in tonights consumer watch -- mary moloney has tips to keep porch pirates at bay. 'tis the season--to sd out those holiday gifts -- or order something for yourself. but it's also prime season for criminals.according to a 20-17 report by "insurance quotes"-- nearly 26 million americans were victims of package delivery theft during the holidays.if you still have online gifts heading to your doorstep--follow these steps to make sure strangers don't walk up to front door-- and walk off with your merchandise. number one-- sign up for delivery updates.the u-p-s "my choice" program sends you
updates and drop-off times to keep packages from sitting outside.number two-- have packages delivered to your office instead of your home address.just make sure your employer is ok with that. number three-- pick it up at a facility.even if your packages don't need a signature, you can request they get held at the facility so they don't get left on your stoop.number four-- pick it up instead. amazon locker delivery, package concierge, and u-p-s access point all allow packages to be sent to a secure location. also, many retailers offer free shipping nearby store where you can pick up your items.for consumer watch-- i'm mary moloney. coming up at coming up at eight.. the murder catching the attention of president trump.. and worries he will interfere in the case plus. a homeowner tears down an historic home in san francisco. now he's facing the consequences. what he's been ordered to do. and next. the government on the brink of a partial shutdown. why it is looking more likely, as the nation approaches the
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in the oval office,and the president and congress are no closer to averting a partial government shutdown.president donald trump: i will be the one to shut it down. i'm not going to blame you for it. today, the president tweeted, "anytime you hear a democrat saying that you can have good border security without a wall, write them off as just another politician following the party line."rep. elijah cummings / -d- maryland: whenever i hear a president say to the american people at christmastime 'i am going to shut down your government' it pains me.if a shutdown happens, it would be limited. that's because congress has already funded about three- quarters of the federal government through september of next year, including the pentagon, department of health and human services, and the department of labor.but there are still seven spending bills that need to be passed by the end of friday. if they don't, departments like state, justice, and homeland security will go unfunded.sen. susan collins / -r- maine: there's absolutely no excuse to shut down the government on this or any other issue. i have suggested that we revisit a compromise proposal that we brought forth earlier this year.democrats have similar
proposals but president trump has stuck to his five billion dollar demand for a border wall.in washington, i'm natasha chen reporting. (ken) there are concerns the president is interfering with a military prosecution for alleged murder. president trump... tweeting that he will review the case of a special forces soldier charged in the 20-10 killing of a suspected afghan bombmaker. the president seems to be taking the defendant's side, calling him a military hero. cnn's jim sciutto has more on the case. president trump... threatening to insert himself into an ongoing criminal investigation...this ti... about a former special forces officer who admitted on national television to killing an accused bombmaker who was in u-s custody in afghanistan. trump tweeting on sunday, quote: "at the request of many, i will be reviewing the case of a "u.s. military hero," major matt golsteyn, who is charged with murder." what sparked his interest? (nats) "a serious story here, a decorated war hero." apparently a story that aired
on fox news.mr. trump tagged the anchor who broadcast the story in his tweet...major golsteyn... the soldier the president referred to... is charged with murdering the accused bombmaker in afghanistan in 2010.according to the washington post,the man was suspected of making explosives similar to those used to kill two marines with golsteyn's unit.however, according to the new york times and washington post, the suspected bomb maker was not on the pre-determined kill list and he was unarmed.the u-s army has been investigating the incident intermittently since 2011... when golsteyn admitted to the killing while taking a polygraph test for a job with the c.i.a.the army then closed the case after determining it did not have any evidence to prosecute, according to the post.but the military re- opened it after golsteyn again admitted to the killing - this time - in an interview in 2016... also on fox news.bret baier/ fox news"did you kill the taliban bomb maker?"major matt golsteyn"yes."golsteyn's lawyer says the killing occurred during a mission ordered by his superiors... and that there is no evidence to justify reopening the case. philip stackhouse/ attorney for maj. matt golsteyn"there was nothing described in brett's interview that the
army didn't have back in 2011." the president's statement that he will review the matter... raises troubling questions about whether his praise for golsteyn could unduly influence the prosecution.the pentagon for their part tell cnn... quote, "the allegations against major matt golsteyn are a law enforcement matter... the department of defense will respect the integrity of this process..." the san the san francisco planning commission ordered a property owner to rebuild an exact replica of a home it says he illegally demolished. the 1936 home was designed by premiere modernist architect richard neutra. the one- bedroom home was sold in 2017 ... for 1- point-7 million dollars last year. the owner
got permission to expand while still perserving the first floor. but instead, the city says, he razed most of the struture... and now this is all that is left. and now this is all that is left. the owner argued that the home's historic value was erased by a previous fire... and past renovations. the lawyer representing the homeowner has yet to respond to our request for comment on this unprecdented decision. (ken) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: the bay area had a nice break today from the stormy weather. but the clouds continue moving across our skies today. tonight will
be mostly cloudy with patchy dense fog. on the satellite you can see another storm moving into the pacific northwest. there is a chance we could see a few more raindrops north of the golden gate bridge. highs tomorrow will be cool under partly cloudy skies and in the 50s to mid 60s. we will see a mix of sunshine and clouds through the week. the next best chance for rain will come this friday and this weekend.
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sfx: stair creak sfx: clink sfx: deep breath sfx: grunt sfx: tinny headphone music sfx: feet shuffling sfx: slice sfx: gasp sfx: inhale. exhale. sfx: lights scraping on roof sfx: metallic scrape sfx: grunt covered california. it's more than just health care. it's life care. ordering a man, convicted of
to watch 'bambi' at least once a month. prosecutors say berry killed the deer for their heads, leaving their bodies to rot. it's one of the largest poaching cases in missouri history. (pam) a lucky new jersey diner happened upon a rare gem... while eating his lunch in new york city. rick antosh ordered his usual at the grand central oyster bar.. the meal includes six oysters. after diving into the dish... antosh feared into the dish... after diving into the dish... antosh feared he might have lost a tooth. but it turns out... it was not a tooth. but a pearl. while he hasn't gotten the pearl appraised... some pearl experts estimate its worth between 2-thousand and 4-thousand dollars... all for the price of his lunch. next at 8 a police officer's impassioned plea to a teen driver caught speeding at 100 miles per hour.
(ken) a passionate plea to a teen driver is making waves online. an ohio police officer clocked an 18- year-old driver going 100- miles per hour in a 65- mile per hour zone.(pam) he then posted a memorable warning to the unnamed teen on facebook. paul kiska talked with local residents.. to get their reaction. the 18 year old driver went zooming down route 10 near route road at 100 miles per hour.fortunately he was stopped by a north ridgeville police officer saturday.the officer not only wrote the teen a ticket, he wrote this impassioned open letter to him on the police department's
facebook page.he wrote "you were minutes away from creating an unspeakable christmas tragedy. you were well on your way to killing some innocent person."the officer went on to write these haunting words "i can tell you dozens of stories of dead and broken 18 year old bodies that i pulled from cars. broken bodies that i found in front yards after crashes unrecognizable bodies."north ridgeville residents i talked with applauded the letter and were disturbed by how fast the team was going.mos: "oh gosh it could've been catastrophic. it could have gotten ten car pileup at night."mos: "that's ridiculous. i don't think there's any reason to ever be going that fast. oh my goodness."teresa dreamer: "wow. that's way too fast. they should take its driver's license away i think."theresa dreamer said she's always careful when riding her scooter. and then a driver going 100 miles per hour is a tragedy waiting to happen. teresa dreamer: "oh they could've been hit and killed. it's a wonder he wasn't killed. you just you don't know and being on my scooter like i am you've got to watch
out for people like that."the officer also wrote to the teen these powerful words "part of your soul disappears every time you have to tell parents their kid is dead. i hope you can envision me sitting in your kitchen telling your screaming mother that you have been killed."one motorist told me he's grateful police stopped the wild speeder before he killed someone.mos: "thank you to north ridgeville's finest. i greatly appreciate it, making the community safer. (pam) the christmas shipping rush is hitting its peak! this week is expected to be one of the busiest for shipping and delivery. the u-s postal service says, it expects to process and deliver nearly three- billion pieces of first- class mail. the postal service says, packages mailed through them ... need to be sent out by thursday in order to make it for christmas eve. for the other shipping services -- packages need to go out earlier. fed-ex says, today is its deadline for ground and home delivery.
u-p-s says you have until tomorrow.. to ship under its three- day select-- it is the most affordable delivery option -- to still make it on time. (ken) we all know the holidays can really wreak havoc on our health. but now a new study from sweden has found... the risk of having a heart attack rises almost 40-percent on christmas eve. the observational study analyzed the timing of 283-thousand heart attacks over 15 years. researchers found specifically... around ten p-m on christmas eve is the greatest risk-- researchers also found mornings before eight a-m and monday mornings to be other times related to high risk of heart attack. they say more research needs to be done to find out what exactly causes the spikes. (pam) netflix is not destroying the movie theater business, as some people might assume ... that's what a new study finds.. the study, commissioned by a lobbying group for the movie theater industry finds, people who go out to the movies more -- also consume more streaming content at home.
so, apparently both industries can thrive. the study found, people who went out to nine or more movies over the past year... averaged 11- hours of weekly streaming. that's compared to an average of seven- hours of weekly streaming... by people who saw one to two movies at the theaters in the last year. new tonight at nine...san francisco police are trying the track down the suspects behind a violent home invasion robbery.the suspect..was hospitalized after the attack. turns out...residents of the apartment complex say crime is a big problem there.we'll hear from them...tonight at nine. a lot ot get to in sports tonight...it was a wild weekend on the gridiron... we'll break down the 49ers and raiders action for you...but first, to the basketball court... golden state coming off a wild win in sacramento this weekend...tonight they're back at oracle taking on the grizzlies...let's check in on the score of that game
and to say the warriors are rolling in this one would be an understatement... 61-38 dubs at the half... balanced scoring throughout for golden state... with curry, durant, and klay thompson all with a modest 10 points to lead the way full highlights later on the 10-o'clock show over to the football field...san francisco finally snapped a five year, 10-game series losing streak against division rival seattle yesterday at levi's stadium... the niners playing well in all three phases of the game..a special teams touchdown for richie james one of the highlights...backup quarterback nick mullens played well in his 6th start... going 20 for 29 with 275 yards and a touchdown...and the defense made some big plays... leading to robbie gould's game-winning field goal in overtime...a 26 to 23 win for san francisco...today head coach kyle shanahan talked about his team's late season momentum...
"you get better the more you play. i think we've given guys a lot of opportunities in these two years to play. i don't think they have gotten it right away. but, when you've got the right guys and they continue to work at it, i think they naturally get better. i don't know if that's the exact reason it's happened in these two seasons. we have played a lot of younger guys the raiders could have used some of that youthful energy in their loss to the bengals yesterday...oakland hung around against cincinnati.. .making it a one score game in the final minutes...but couldn't seal the deal...derek carr was sacked 5 times...in the 30 to 16 loss...but despite the holes in protection the qb was efficient...21 for 38, 263 yards, no interceptions for the 9th straight game...in fact setting a franchise record for longest stretch of passes without an i-n-t...he hasn't thrown a pick since october 7th...jon gruden likes the way his qb is playing... "i think derek's played great. someone told me he had 37-hundred yards and 60-percent completions in 13 games. it's astonishing, with three new guards losing a
right tackle, a feature back, three top receivers. the guy's a hell of a player. guy's a great quarterback. we are very pleased and proud of what he's done. we know we've got to get better around him, and that we will." some monday night action... cam newton and panthers with the tough task of hosting the saints, the number one seed in the n-f-c...and potential league m-v-p drew brees. christian mccaffrey touchdown 50-yd rectouchdown 50- mccaffrey touchdown 50-yd rec saints answered with a couple of field goals...but it wasn't until alvin kuh-mare-uh ran it in for 16 yards that the saints took the lead12-9 saints the final score... panthers have now lost 6 in a row after starting the season 6-and-2 saints continue to roll...they're looking to clinch home field advantage throughout the playoffs.
actor idris elba is winning kudos for his statement about the "me too" movement. he was asked by the british sunday times newspaper.. whether it was hard to be a man in hollywood in the "me too" era. elba's response - "it's only difficult if you are a man with something to hide." the statement won him praise on twitter from t-v producer
shonda rhimes - and president obama's former advisor, valerie jarrett. his fans circulated the statement, with one fan tweeting "that is the right answer." elba - who was named people magazine's sexiest man alive last month - has praised the 'me too' movement before. (pam) merriam- webster's word of the year is...(ken) "justice." according to merriam- webster, the word was searched 74- percent more in 20-18 than in 20-17. the dictionary credits that with numerous national debates that took place over t past year... including racial justice, social justice, and economic justice. merriam- webster also cites the coverage of events like special counsel robert mueller's russia investigation and justice brett kavanaugh's hearings for the spike. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken) but our primetime coverage is just getting started this monday. grant lodes and vicki liviakis
are here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))thank you pam and ken...next at nine, and emotional tribute to a chp officer killed in the line of duty nearly one year ago.loved ones gathered today to honor officer andrew camilleri..who was hit and killed on 880 on christmas eve.their message...for anyone who gets behind the wheel impaired. that's next in a live report. plus..new tonight at nine. people in one bay area apartment complex say their building is plagued by crime. including a violent home invasion that happened just last week.one couple says it is so bad...they're moving out. be sure to stick around for that story.((grant))and the desperate plea from a northern california man to the state department to allow his wife into the country to see their son, who is fighting for his life.((vicki))keep it here...kron 4 news at nine starts right after the break.
him. expert care for every new beginning. (grant)(grant) it has been nearly one year since an alleged d-u-i driver slammed into a c-h-p officer killing him... and tonight that officer is being remembered.... thanks for joing us im grant lodes...(vicki) and im vick livakis... officer andrew camilleri .... was killed by a driver who investigators say, was impaired... and going 120-
miles per hour along interstate 880 in hayward.... (grant) tonight a vigil held outside of the highway patrol headquarters... kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us live from hayward. j.r. you talked with andrew's family members. what did they have to say? (j.r.)they begged for those out there not to drive under the influence of alcohol or marijuana. saying it has been a very hard year. this is an officer who left behind a wife and three kids.dozens of candles were lit in hayward tonight in memory of rookie officer andrew camilleri who was killed in an accident on christmas eve of last year. it was at that time when a driver slammed into his parked patrol car at more than a hundred miles per hour. that driver, mohammed ali was just 22 at the time of the crash and was said to be