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from the school district. teachers lined up at the paramount theater to vote on the district's deal yesterday. the union and the district have been negotiating for the past two years. teachers were demanding higher salaries, smaller class sizes, and more resources. (grant) here's a breakdown of what's inside the new contract. teachers are getting an 11-percent raise ... over four years with a 3- percent bonus. they will see smaller class sizes...one student will be removed from each classroom. there will be more student support... which will reduce case-loads for counselors from a ratio of 600 students to one counsleor... to 500 students per councelor. the district is also pausing the closure of some scools. school officials say they will hold more community input sessions. (grant) and... in a 4-3 vote today... the oakland unified school district voted to make 21.75 million dollars in cuts to the districts 2019-
20 budget. the district says cuts are needed because the district faces a 56 million dollar budget shortfl by the 20-20- 20-21 school year... if no reductions are made. the cuts went against the wishes of dozens of students, teachers, and community members who attended a three hour public hearing today. the board was scheduled to vote on the cuts last wednesday... but that meeting and a subsequent one planned for friday were postponed due to strikers forming picket lines around the planned meeting sites. (vicki) four people were shot over the weekend inside a business in downtown oakland. the victims, two men and two women, were shot just after midnight sunday at a business on the 300 block of 14th street. a man has been arrested in connection with the shooting. police were not able to provide any additional information about what led to the shooting or the identity of the shooter. (grant) in the south bay... police have arrested the man they say attacked a woman on the stevens creek trail in mountain view. 29
year old michael adonis was arrested at a home on santa clara avenue. the victim says he introduced himself as "jerry"... before he attacked her last week. officers say they were responding to a separate incident when they noticed bite marks on his hands consistent with what the victim told police...she said she bit him in an effort to get away. police say they also found the clothes the victim told police he was wearing. the victim was treated for serious injuries to her face, but is expected to be ok. (vicki) on the peninsula... pacifica police are searching for answers after two people were found dead inside a home on the 11-hundred block of banyan way. officers found the bodies yesterday afternoon in the 11-hundred block of banyan way. right now, there are no suspects and police say there's no public safety concern. an investigation is ongoing. (grant) in the north bay... russian river flood victims are getting help from a local assistance center.
it's inside the old bank of america building on main street in guerneville. sonoma county officials say they opened the center to help people as they begin the re-building process. it will be open from 9 am to 6pm though at least saturday. (vicki) some petaluma residents are protesting the proposed construction of a safeway gas station along a busy intersection. dozens of people walked along mcdowell boulevard yesterday speaking out against the project. petaluma city leaders are deciding whether or not to approve the project today. if approved... the gas station would be built at the intersection of mcdowell and maria drive. people against the project say that's too close to the petaluma child development center and mcdowell elementary. they also worry that the new fuel station would increase traffic in the area. (grant) today... vallejo unveiled its first new water ferry in about 15 years. service for the one hour ride into san francisco began at 5:30 a-m. the last ferry returns tonight at 8:15 p-m. one way trip
tickets are just over 14 dollars. and round trip tickets are just over 29- dollars. 24 hour parking will run you 7-dollars. the ferry fits about 450 people on board. lawrence karnow: skies were mostly cloudy with a few scattered light showers today. its mostly quiet on the doppler radar now but that will change later tonight. another round of rain will move in late tonight especially the southern parts of the bay area. rain will be heaviest in the santa cruz mountain south in the morning tomorrow. you can see the storm on doppler radar. it has tapped into subtropical moisture again which will bring heavy rain and possible flooding to central and southern california. tomorrow will be we on and off throughout the day. highs will be in the 50s and low 60s. more rain is forecast for wednesday before turning to showers on thursday. there is a chance showers again this weekend.
(vicki)in national news tonight.the house judiciary committee is digging into president trump's business dealings.today --- formally requesting documents from 81 people and entities with ties to the president.scrolling on your screen now is the complete list.and as cnn's lauren fox reports--this isn't the only push back he's facing right now--another republican senator says he's against the president's emergency declaration to pay for his border wall. senator rand paul announcing that he supports a resolution to block president trump's declaration of a national emergency to build a wall on the southern border.writing in a new op-ed, quote: "i think he's wrong, not on policy, but in seeking to expand the powers of the presidency beyond their constitutional limits."paul joins three other republicans in opposing trump's move despite warnings from the president.president trump (no font needed): "i think that, really, it's a
very dangerous thing for people to be voting against border security, for anybody, including republicans."paul's opposition to the emergency declaration, likely giving democrats the support they need to pass the measure and send it to the president's desk.president trump (no font needed): "will i veto it? 100%. 100% and i don't think it survives a veto."pressure also ágrowingá on the president from democrats in the house.with the áchairmaná of the house judiciary committee, jerry nadler, announcing that he plans to request documents from more than sixty people and entities with ties to the president. rep. jerry nadler, (d) chairman, judiciary committee: "we are going to initiate investigations into abuses of power, into corruption and into obstruction of justice." nadler is seeking information from the president's son donald trump jr. and the c-f-o of the trump organization allen weisselberg, who mr. trump's former lawyer michael cohen repeatedly referred to during his congressional testimony when discussing potentially criminal behavior, including alleged hush money payments to stormy daniels. michael cohen, president trump's former attorney: "allen weisselberg made the decision that it should be paid over the 12 months so that it would look like a retainer."president trump again denying wrongdoing and railing against the investigations he's facing. president trump (no font needed): there's no collusion so now they go and morph into let's inspect every deal he's ever done. we're going to go
into his finances, check his deals. these people are sick." (grant)in what some are describing in what some (grant) (grant)in what some are describing as a miracle... two young sisters rescued after two days alone in the woods. hear from the people who contributed to people who contributed to the rescue effort. (vicki)bargain hunters ... if you're looking to book two tickets to paradaise... you'd better act fast.southwest
the fares are only available through midnight tomorrow as part of a two day launch sale. southwest's first round of flights from the bay to honolulu start march 17th. travel at the deeply discounted rates must be completed by june 19th. ticket prices during the peak summer travel period range from 189 dollars to 214 range from 189 dollars to 214 dollars. service from san deigo and sacramento will be announced in the coming weeks. (vicki)hunter pence... will always be a giant in the eyes of some san francisco fans.the standing ovation he got over the weekend... just part of why he says he'll never forget his time with the orange and black. (vicki) and remember kron4 news continues during the break on kron on. download the app today for 24 hour commercial free news.
two young girls in humboldt county -- missing since friday -- were located safe and sound sunday in a forest.reporter dru miller was there for the emotional family reunion. (nats)a huge feeling of relief...as a mother and father are reunited with their daughters.5 year old caroline and 8 year old leia spent nearly 44 hours in the thick muddy forest, but this morning at around 10:30 am rescue crews located the two girls near richardson grove state park.estelle fennell/ 2nd district supervisor, humboldt county"you know having gone through it from the beginning and all the fears we have and how often these things do not turn out well and what you're just hoping for is closure. to
have this kind of news come out is just amazing."(nats) "we just got reports the family has been reunited with the children."over 21 agencies and over two hundred volunteers, within hours of hearing about the missing girls, showed up ready to go to work...some traveling over 8 hours to help out.kerry ireland/ search coordinator, humboldt county sheriff's office"each day this search became bigger and bigger just so that we can increase the probability of locating these girls as quickly as possible." kerry ireland who was a lead in coordinating the search says the footsteps and the food wrappers left behind along with the provided resources made a significant difference.kerry ireland/ search coordinator, humboldt county sheriff's office"their residence which is where they were last seen as a straight line of sight they traveled 1.4 miles if you want to compare that to the actual terrain they covered it's more like 4 miles."and when it was confirmed that the girls were found the community was relieved as well.(nats)estelle fennell/ 2nd district supervisor, humboldt county "from my perspective when we were all involved in this yesterday it was that those little girls were the center of their parents', their family's universe and they became the center of our universe and that's what it was - this was a whole community of people from all
over california working to bring these kids home safe and i can't tell you how happy i am today." today." (vicki)that was dru miller reporting.despite having been missing for two days --neither girl was injured in the ordeal. (grant)concerning data about the number of measles cases in the u-s this year.the c-d-c says at least 206 cases have been reported since january first.that's 47 more cases than reported last week.the cases were reported by 11 states, including here in california.the c-d-c reporting last week that the majority of cases in the state last year spread among families who did
not have their children vaccinated.a u.s. senate panel will convene tomorrow to discuss the outbreak. (grant) after two world series titles and a love affair with the fans like few other with the fans like few other players in san francisco... hunter pence is now in rangers camp just hoping to make the team. (vicki)over the weekend... the giants and rangers squared off in a cactus league spring training game. kevaney martin reports.
loved in san francisco. so.. it was nice to be on the field for."bochy: "you know he's always going to be one of my favorite players. he's always done anything we asked, and he's provided leadership here." "it's that leadership that the organization will miss most." bochy: "leadership is a choice. it's going to be up to us to help replace that because you're going to miss it, and he's so positive, he's helped so many young players. so, it's up to all of us to.. you know fill it.""while the giants look towards their future with some young prospects in the outfield. pence shifts his focus to making the rangers 40-man roster. but he will always be grateful for his time as a giant."pence: "i'll always remember it, and i'll always love san francisco and the giants organization is a great organization.. and it's a gift and a joy to play for them." > (anchor) taking a live look outside... at the san look outside... taking a live (anchor) (anchor) taking a live
look outside... at the san mateo bridge.(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: skies were mostly cloudy with a few scattered light showers today. its mostly quiet on the doppler radar now but that will change later tonight. another round of rain will move in late tonight especially the southern parts of the bay area. rain will be heaviest in the santa cruz mountain south in the morning tomorrow. you can see the storm on doppler radar. it has tapped into subtropical moisture again which will bring heavy rain and possible
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star luke perry died this morning... after suffering a massive stroke in the middle of last week.(vicki)there has been an outpouring of support from celebrities, co-stars, and friends today. entertainment tonight's keltie knight has the story. luke spent the last few days fighting for his life,but ultimately passed away this morning at the age of 52. arrival sot:luke! luke! to the right!vo#1luke perry died surrounded by family and friends at st. medical center in burbank.after suffering a massive stroke last wednesday, it's been reported that he was sedated to give his brain a chance to recover from the trauma.it never did.vo#2luke
had a history of health issues. in 2015 he found precancerous growths in his body after undergoing a colonoscopy.that was the catalyst for changing his habits.sotóluke perryóre living healthy lifestyleó2017 01:04:09i am a father of two children, i want to be with them as long as i can, i want to have as healthy of life as i canvo#3his "90210" co-star ian ziering instagrammed this quote today..."i will forever bask in the loving memories we've shared over the last thirty years. may your journey forward be enriched by the magnficient souls who have passed before you, just like you have done here for those you leave behind."90210 theme songdun nun nun - dun nun nun nunvo#5luke became a household name as teenage hearthrob dylan mckay in "beverly hills 90210,"and recently starred in "riverdale" - this time as a father.sotóluke perryóre living healthy lifestyleó2017 insider 2017 - 01:06:27 "playing the dad, you know, it's just like the next thing in line if you stick around long enough. ideally i'm gonna be around long enough someday to play somebody's grandfather. (keltie)a 90210 reboot is currenlty in the works,but luke was not signed on to appear in it at the time of his death.we'll have so much more on et tonight,i'm keltie knight - back to you! (vicki)(vicki) that wraps
that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(grant) ken wayne and pam moore ken wayne and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. thank you grant and vicki. tonight at 6.... oakland teachers are back in class, but now we are hearing from students who say, they might start their own strike. the programs the school board says, it now has to cut... to be able to give teachers the raises they asked for. plus, giants ceo is taking a leave of absence due to video of a disturbing public altercation being released by tmz between him and his wife. what the giants say is going to happen now. plus deadly tornados ripping up the south east. claiming lives as young as 6. we take you to the devestation. the news -- oc :16 "away from them"
district's budget for the 2019-20 school year. teachers might have been back in school today but now students are threatening their own strike. good evening i'm catherine heenan in for ken wayne.(pam) and i'm pam moore. oakland teachers voted on sunday to approve the contract agreement.. they will receive an 11- percent raise over four -years .. plus, a one-time 3- percent bonus. however, now in response to the deal, the school board is reducing spending to several programs and plans to close a number of schools because of declining enrollment. kron4's haaziq madyun has more... nats/student at ousd board meeting "the only things that you guys decided to work on were the raises but we need stuff for students and we need class sizes. we need teachers, librarians, nurses. we need help on everything"> school board directors in oakland got an earful from dissatisfied students, teachers and parents regarding the 4-year, 14% compensation increase deal reached between the teachers union and the oakland unified school district. the problem? the deal c