tv KRON 4 News at 4am KRON January 10, 2019 4:00am-4:31am PST
good morning and thanks for joining us for the kron 4 morning news. its thursday january 10th...2018im robin winston.lets start this morning with a check on weather after yesterday's rainfall today will bring much drier and calmer conditions. after a foggy start to the day winds will remain calm and skies will remain dry with partly cloudy conditions overhead. daytime highs will peak back in the upper 50's and low 60's as they will through the rest of the week. expect showers to return tomorrow afternoon and rainfall to be seen through much of next week.
no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin ) an 88-year-( robin ) toll to 101.min from the less than 20 bridge drive richmond to 101. min from 880 less then 30 mateo bridge maze to sf. san min from the less then 30 bridge wb 80 is spots. bay no major hot
( robin ) an 88-year-old grandmother brutally attacked near her home... and the suspects are áástill on the loose. the woman's granddaughter is pleading for help .. so are san francisco supervisors and police... ( robin ) family members say the elderly woman was attacked during her morning exercise routine in the park. and her home was broken into as well. at last check, she remains in the intensive care unit at s-f general, unable to speak with family members. kron 4's j-r stone has the latest. this is 88 year old yik oi huang who was brutally attacked in the visitacion valley neighborhood of san francisco. early tuesday morning police found her laying in a park near her home. we've blurred the picture showing that because it is too graphic for television. huang's granddaughter sasanna lee
spoke out wednesday....ev entually taking to microphones at city hall but first taking to facebook live just a short time after learning that her grandmother had been attacked in the process of doing her morning exercise routine.sot can't we just all come together dammit....officers won't say if huang, who is a mother, grandmother, and great grandmother was attacked inside her home or in the nearby park. only vowing to do their best to catch the attacker along with a clear cut message for that person. sot turn yourself in now we aren't going to stop and will follow all leads until justice is served in this case.sasanna says that her grandmother came here from china decades ago and has lived in her visitacion valley home for more than 20 years. police have not released a description of the suspect and a witness only described seeing an skinny african american male first inside the home, then running from the home. sasanna and several supervisors spoke out in hopes that the community will come together and help police.sot
reporting. police aren't saying when huang was attacked. or if it was before, during, or after the workout. they are hoping that those in the area look through any surveillance video they have in the neighborhood and call them if they notice anything out of the ordinary on it. ( robin ) on the peninsula... police are looking for the man who exposed himself to two young girls. it happened monday morning near taylor middle school in millbrae. officers say the man tried to get the attention of the girls as they were walking around the track during school hours. he then pulled down his pants, exposed himself, and then urinated. police say he was standing near the fence of ( robin ) in palo alto -- police have released a sketch of a suspect who they say is responsible for sexually assaulting and robbing a woman earlier this this week... this is who police are looking for... the incident happened monday morning on everett
avenue... this is the third sexual assault in palo alto in recent weeks... police have already made arrests in the first two cases....but now police are asking for the community's help. however investigators say the three crimes are not related. palo alto police have stepped up patrols in the downtown area. ( robin ) also in palo alto --- there was a significant police response -- but it was all a prank. it happened just after 9:15 tuesday night on emerson street. that's not far from downtown palo alto. police say they received a "swatting" call -- which is a prank emergency call intended to draw a large law enforcement response. they say the caller told them somebody was injured-- but didn't provide any other details. when officers arrived at the scene-- they didn't find any victim's of any crime. ( robin ) as the government shutdown heads towards historic territory, president trump makes his way to the
border to plead his case. this after he characterized his latest meeting with democrats a "waste of time." kristen holmes has more from texas where the president is expected later today. as the government shutdown drags on--president trump -- taking his case for a border wall -- to mcallen texas visiting the u-s mexico border city-- as negotiations between the white house and democrats to reopen the government remain stalled over the president's demand for wall fundingthe trip coming a day after president trump walked out of a meeting with democrats sen. chuck schumer/ -d- minority leader:"he asked speaker pelosi, 'will you agree to my wall?' she said no. and he just got up and said, 'then we have nothing to discuss,' and he just walked out."president trump later tweeting that the discussions were a total waste of timevice president pence defending the president's tacticsvice
president mike pence: "what the president made clear today is he is going to stand firm to achieve his priorities to build a wall."while republicans on capitol hill seemed to be getting anxious sen. richard shelby/ -r- alabama:how can we resolve this? we owe it to the american people -- this is like a circussen. lisa murkowski/ -r- alaska:"i want to figure out a way so we can reopen quicklymeanwhile 800,000 federal employees remain without a pay check. rep. nancy pelosi/ -d- house speaker:"he thinks maybe they could just ask their father for money, but they can't," ( robin ) that was kristen holmes reporting. the president is scheduled to leave the white house at 6-15 this morning and land in texas at 10-45. we will be following it for you all morning long. ( robin ) back here at home, the shutdown is affecting local families... as many of them are bracing to miss their first paycheck this friday... kron 4's gayle ong spoke with u-s coast guard families in alameda and how they're dealing with what could become the longest shutdown in u-s history. the government shutdown is now in its 19th day..and for these
bay area coast guard spouses, politics is the last thing on their minds.anja cangemi is the president of the east bay coast guard spouses club.even though her family is one of the many impacted by the shutdown, she is making sure the families in this military community are getting the support they need. local businesses in alameda have stepped up, collecting donations
our community has been very overwhelming, it's just very heart warming to see that our community does want to you know help us and they do care about us.">shelby james' family have not recieved a pay check since january 1st.james tells me the support in a group like this goes a long way.with weeks now into the government shut down and no end in sight,these families are just doing to get by as they wait for an update. ( robin ) that was gayle ong reporting. the coast guard recieves funding from the department of homeland security - one of the largest agencies hit by the shutdown. (robin) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... a belmont high school football coach is speaking out after one of his students was killed. (robin) and then... students were welcomed back to school
after yesterday's rainfall today will bring much drier and calmer conditions. after a foggy start to the day winds will remain calm and skies will remain dry with partly cloudy conditions overhead. daytime highs will peak back in the upper 50's and low 60's as they will through the rest of the week. expect showers to return tomorrow afternoon and rainfall to be seen through much of next week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from
( robin ) a high surf advisory for the bay area ended late last night. throughout the day, waves were estimated to be close to 25-feet in some spots along the coast. kron 4's maureen kelly went out to 'rockaway beach' in pacifica ... where people were checking out the major some got too close when watching the big waves this afternoon.it's cold, he wasn't ready for the big wave he enjoyed it a lot. he wasn't expecting now he needs to go to the place to take off his clothes and drive his clothes the powerful swells crashed against the seawall and sprayed over onto rockaway beach boulevardthe waves are huge and there is deep as they are tall so when they come over and breach the wall it's pretty astounding it makes you feel smallothers standing in the parking lot of nick's seashore restaurant had to run away to keep from getting wet. it's beautiful i've never seen waves like this before they are crashing over the cars here you can see the waves
thru the window of the banquet room at the lighthouse hotel. one of these panes were recently replaced after a wave broke thru. repairs are still underway. and the hotel staff are feeling a little nervous that the waves might break their glass again.this is crazy it's amazing what mother nature doesthe waves were so big and the current to strong that one man who tried to surf them regretted it.up getting beaten up by those waves not very fun specially when it's just throwing around with the currentpeople who work on the street say the waves have been hammering this end of the ...and it's starting to show some wear because of it. you can see how the city is put up barricades at the end of rockaway beach boulevard and beach boulevard, people who work around here tell me that's because he's waves are doing damage to the roadway it selfcheck out how the chunks of ashphalt that are littering the ground.a not so subtle reminder of the strength of the pacific. maureen kelly kron4 news.
(robin) welcome back to the kron four morning news. i'm tracking your entertainment headlines today... award season is in full swing on both sides of the atlantic. david daniel has more in today's hollywood minute. (nat-music) (singing) "maybe it's time to let the old ways die."nominations are out for the bafta awards -- considered the british oscars -- and two nominees set a record. bradley cooper received nominations in five different disciplines: producing, directing, acting, adapted screenplay, and original music. "roma" filmmaker alfonso cuaron was also recognized across five disciplines: producing, directing, original screenplay, cinematography, and editing. bafta's overall favorite is "the favourite," with a leading 12
nominations... the british academy of film and television arts hands out its film awards february 10th in london."well, you know, we wanted to come on with a different tone."across the pond, kevin hart has made it clear, telling a-b-c's "good morning america" he's not hosting this year's oscars. the comic actor says he's "done" apologizing for and talking about old homophobic comments, which prompted him to step down just two days after the academy announced him as host in december... and that now, he wouldn't have enough time to prepare for the show, february 24th -- just six-and-a-half weeks away. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll be back with more of your kron 4 morning news after the break. (ácommercialá) welcome back.
after yesterday's rainfall today will bring much drier and calmer conditions. after a foggy start to the day winds will remain calm and skies will remain dry with partly cloudy conditions overhead. daytime highs will peak back in the upper 50's and low 60's as they will through the rest of the week. expect showers to return tomorrow afternoon and rainfall to be seen through much of next week.