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>> now at 5.30 of wyoming. coroner says gabby petito was strangled to death and says her body was likely in the wilderness there for 3 to 4 weeks before it was eventually
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discovered and society has the latest on that. >> tonight. one step closer to solving the mystery. what happened to gabby petito, the young woman on a cross country trip with her fiance. brian laundry. when she just vanished paying for them. >> morning yoga september 19th gabby's remains were discovered and wyoming tonight, more than 3 weeks later, teton county coroner doctor brent blue announcing the findings of a, quote, exacting examination. we find the cause and manner of the cause of death was strangulation. >> and they is homicide. i want state statute only the cause and manner of death released by state law. doctor blue said there are many details he cannot reveal the results of toxicology can't be released. we don't know if gabby was strangled manually or with an object. it's unclear for remains were intact or her body had been
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moved. >> during the zoom news conference. doctor blue was peppered with questions from reporters across the country. he said his job was just to determine the cause and manner of death and he couldn't reveal anything about a potential suspect that he made this statement about domestic violence and this is all many deaths. >> around the people who are involved in domestic violence fortunate that these other best did not get as much coverage tonight, we know officials have been in touch with the petito family telling them this heartbreaking news. >> before telling the world. that assess 80 reporting. >> to the south bay. now san jose. police are asking for the public's help in finding the person they believe shot and killed a man in june. it was an emotional day for the victim's family. kron four's
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noelle bellow has more on the suspect. to sony posse is the suspect shot and killed marco antonio santos san jose police have issued an arrest warrant for a wanted 27 year-old homicide suspect. >> they say to sony posse was quickly identified as the prime suspect in the death of marco santos. but after months of trying to track him down. they haven't been able to find him. we know that he has connections to obviously the bay area. >> but also the san diego area and hawaii. anybody that has information about his whereabouts. we would urge them to please call the san jose police homicide unit according to police posse shot and killed 33 year-old santos. >> in front of his wife and teenage daughter at the woods apartment complex in san jose officials say there was some sort of dialogue between the 2. but no known conflicts before and it just seems to be
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a very spontaneous senseless killing. they can go. just want to let a lot of pain and suffering and most importantly, they left kids without their father santos his mother and low dia flew in from mexico for tuesday's emotional announcement just be about what is that. i hope we can find him so that he won't do to others. what he did to santos his widow. sondra also spoke tuesday. the couple was together for 16 years and have 4 kids together they're quite is my husband's life was taken away. he left behind our 4 kids and me. >> we miss him very much and want justice. police say the weapon used has not yet been located. and they're asking the public if they see him to not approach posse but call police with information long as this man is on the loose. another family could end up satin and at a loss. noelle bellow kron 4 news. >> all right. here we have a world war. one hand grenade that was found yesterday
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inside a house in los altos. police say somebody found it while going through an elderly family members bedroom and the santa clara county sheriff's bomb squad went in there checked it out and found the vintage explosive device. they think this thing may have been a live grenade. so police evacuated for nearby houses asked other people in the neighborhood to shelter in place. well, they detonated the thing and the backyard of the home where it was found. nobody was injured and no property was damaged. you know, this, matt police in daly city say he used someone else's employment development department card information to withdrawal. $1000 from the victim's account. if you recognize him, you're asked to call daly city police. and the fallout continues after raiders head coach jon gruden not resigned. last night. >> there are still a lot of unanswered questions after the
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new york times expose some hateful e-mails that were sent by gruden. joining us now live from las vegas with more on the fallout is ron futrell run. what a mess we have here. >> granted catherine. yes, still a lot to uncover and it may not be over yet. certainly with jon gruden's resignation. the league is not happy with the way mark davis handle this situation. remember, the e-mails came out on friday of last week. the league was hoping according to an insider from the nfl. adam schefter, the league was hoping that jon gruden would be suspended or fined before the sunday game against the bears. he still went on to the field and coach that game. of course. and then on monday during monday night football perhaps by design. the new york times then released more emails that were damaging, certainly to gruden everything blew up at that point and gruden resign. >> and this may speak to some bigger questions here along with the gruden issue still,
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the raiders have issues with their front office. remember team president mark with dane and 3 others resigned over the summer. there's still no full-time team president. looking forward. the raiders have a new interim head coach. now rich, this. ah, he did a great job coaching special teams for the raiders. he's been coaching football for 40 years. he was with the cowboys for years and are cowboy. insider says raiders fans will like what they see in rich beside chia, i think you're getting a kerr is matic guy. >> now he'll he'll play it close to the vest and in interviews. but i think he's pretty sharp. you know, he's been doing this special team stuff for quite some time going back to when gruden was with the tampa bay and he was there when they won the super bowl, there's still some questions tonight about jon gruden salary. he had 6 years left on his contract. >> at 10 million dollars a year. was there a buyout? did he just walk away from 60 million dollars. we may never know. and also tampa bay
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has announced tonight that jon gruden's name will be removed from their ring of honor. remember gruden won a super bowl against the raiders interest enough in 2000, 3 when he was with tampa bay. as for the raiders, they get back to work. >> on the practice field tomorrow in henderson with their new head coach, interim head coach and then they take on the bears on the road check that they take on the broncos on the road in denver on sunday reporting live from vegas. i'm ron futrell. back to you in the studio. >> all right. thank you. run for that live report marks over to you. hey, guys. we're talking about changes coming our way. the winds starting to calm down red flag warnings are still up. >> over parts of the north and the east bay. but otherwise clear skies out there right now that's going to change next to cold front out there that's approaching can see right there. doppler radar just beginning to pick up on some of that moisture about to move on shore in far northern california. and fortunately for us. but time it gets here. there's just not much left. we might see a couple light
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sprinkles, maybe a little drizzle, but that is about it. here's the forecast models. the system gets a little bit closer. lot of clouds will move in overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning. you see that little curl in the atmosphere. that's something that leads me to believe that we may just have enough energy. the squeeze out least a couple of drops along the coastal sections of the bay area but not going to be much then that moves out of town by tomorrow afternoon. we're clearing out your skies and that's going to set up another round of some gusty winds. i think by tomorrow night those winds will start to ramp up as we get into early on thursday morning. we could be talking about another round of winds gusting to 30, maybe 40 miles per hour in the north bay hills. frankly, i'm not. that she didn't save my life. heroes come in small packages. the quick thinking from one young girl scout. >> troubling new research for the risk of developing alzheimer's. what it could mean for californians in the decades to come. and we're getting the latest on that deadly plane crash in southern
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california. what we know about th
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♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪
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(music) ♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪ >> we're continuing to follow developments from southern california tonight as investigators are trying to piece together what caused yesterday's deadly plane crash. ntsb officials are now in san diego county examining that site there in the neighborhood where a plane just suddenly came down today. we've learned that the plane that crashed was heading to an airport. and kearny mesa after
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taking off from yuma, arizona. the plane was built in 1979 and had a valid license through july 2023. here's audio from air traffic control just moments before the plane went down. >> more officers immediately crime. the airplane have maintained 5,000 like a me of ways. the got off off the that had him and jaime airplane up to 5,000 new cancer. >> 10 o'clock and a half again, sir, how are you? sure about approach. >> yeah. eerie, how it then goes silent. the pilot was a doctor, a father of 2. and 2, the pilot of the plane is one of the people who died a ups driver was also killed. the
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plane's wing apparently just clipping the work truck. he was in in that neighborhood you just never know. 2 homes were destroyed. and as you can see, many others were damaged in that neighborhood. >> a paraglider and upstate new york had a close encounter with power lines as you saw in that picture just now the motor and propeller of his glider got tangled and power lines. this happened west of albany power was cut to about 550 customers while firefighters freed him. he narrowly avoided electrocution, they say, but it ended. well, he was checked out. he's okay. sheriff's deputies say that he was flying legally. he was wearing a helmet. so he was not charged. still ahead, the latest information on all time or rapes in california, the expectations for the future.
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californians over the age of 65 for living with alzheimer's is projected to double. >> yes, grant and thanks so much for having us. the report that was just released on shows not only the of the amount of individuals who are living with alzheimer's slated to to double. but we know that age is the number one risk factor for developing all summers. and as our state continues to age. we're likely to see that increase of alzheimer's over the course of the next 20 years as well. >> hey, jair, there are new studies from time to time. a one recently identified a genetic link between the development of alzheimer's disease and covid, for example. >> but of course, still no cure are what are we learning from these studies. what have we learned? a recent years. >> absolutely. well, what we know from the study is that not only are we seeing an increase of all summers in
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california. but we're seeing increases and communities of color as while the research is relatively sparse in this area also was indicates that there's some evidence of links between brain health and heart health. so while we're still working to understand why there are higher rates with then black and latino communities. we believe that those high rates of vascular disease. and in these communities may play a greater for developing alzheimer's. >> i don't populations are getting bigger. and so the numbers are are certainly going to be bigger just by doing simple math. but it seems like alzheimer's is affecting and more people at a faster rate than are some of the other things that tend to kill older folks. >> yeah. the report showed that while the population of the state is slated is projected to increase by 16% over the course of the research. so next 20 years population living with alzheimer's is expected to
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that there are huge impacts of the state right now. 700,000 individuals living with alzheimer's today over a million individuals who are caring for them because of that exponential we're expected to see that impact increase over the course of the next 20 years. >> chair. tell us a little bit more about the link to heart health. i mean, does that translate to what people eat. i mean, all of the things they should be doing anyway. what does that mean? how can people perhaps help themselves. >> absolutely. also was associate and have a number of resources like 10 ways to love your brain on and those those 10 ways are about living healthy life eating well exercising regularly things that hopefully reduce on chances of vascular the research right now, which which again limited. but the research right now shows those potentially reduce risk
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factors for developing alzheimer's as well. >> i know that there there's been you know, a drug out there that has been controversial. i know at the federal there is work being done to try to raise money for research to find a cure. what is the prognosis short term for, you know, how are trying to combat this thing. >> yeah. well, here in california. we're really excited to see the amount of emphasis that the state legislature and governor has put into this issue last year on the state can be in the master plan for aging process as well as in all prevention and preparedness task force which creates statewide policy proposals to help individuals living with alzheimer's as well as those and in this last that this last legislative session that just ended. we all timers association, partnered with senator monique limon of the central who
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authored sb 48 which helps increase individuals access to timely diagnosis because of some of the things that we saw in the that individuals in black and latino communities are diagnosed later all simers being able to enable all californians that access to timely diagnosis is one of those foundational principles that was informed by these policymaking process ease last year and which we were able to get past this year and we're excited to see that level of commitment that the legislature and the governor have shown this issue and are excited to see what policy solutions we might be able to pursue next year. >> all right. unfortunately, we're out of time. we're going to give some quick information folks about upcoming walks to try to raise money to find a cure. but that's russo. the california director of government affairs for the all simers association. and you can see the walks up here on your screen. we have posted all this info on kron 4 dot com including the link to the alzheimer's website. if you would like to sign up and walk in, get a team together donate
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morning. then the clouds clear out. then we get another round of winds late wednesday night into thursday. fire danger will be elevate especially in the north bay sunshine and warmer weather expected for the weekend him these fairly dry for the next 7 days. orange. thanks very much. and that wraps up kron 4 news at 5. thanks for being with us this hour. but keep it here. a lot more news ahead coming up on kron 4 news at 6. as we say hello to jonathan mccall and pam moore. i can see both. thank you both. coming up tonight at 6 o'clock. a lot happening. the giants just one win away from moving on to the national league championship series. >> but they have to make it past the dodgers first we are minutes away from the first pitch and we are live in los angeles with what to expect in tonight's game. >> and just when we thought we were in the clear. tonight's red flag warning has now been extended kron. 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow tracking the high fire danger tonight and when pg and e could shut off power to thousands of its customers
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once again. i'm jonathan mccall i'm pam moore. the news at 6 is next.
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>> now at 6 giants dodgers game 4 tonight in los angeles after last night's win in la the giants are on the brink of a national league championship appearance. good evening, everybody. thank you for joining us for kron 4 news at 6. i'm pam moore of jonathan mccall can enjoying the night off the giants. well, they just have one test to do. they have to. >> get another victory in hollywood tonight. and of course, in order to seal that victory for a chance to go to the nl championship series sports director jason dumas live at dodger stadium tonight. first pitch. so to get underway in just a few moments. jason. >> it kind of the first pitch in a couple minutes in they're going crazy up here right now. wave in the rally flags. i want to say we're up in the cheap seats. but who are we kidding? there's not a cheap seat in this building for this matchup. >> i asked one of these fans up here. how much you pay for these tickets and


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