tv KRON 4 News at 4 KRON May 16, 2011 4:00pm-4:30pm PDT
live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>pam: at 4:00 p.m. the san francisco giants fan that was brutally attacked is now back into the bay area. brian stow has been and in southern california hospital since he was attacked by two fans seven weeks ago. today he was able to be transferred to san oroszko general, center. how this for teresa estacio is standing by. theresa? san francisco general. >> we are going to of a news conference and a minute. he was brought here to san
francisco general just a short time ago. this is a video that was taken the private aspect of san francisco airport when brian stow was brought from los angeles to san francisco. he was transported early this afternoon. you can see that he was carefully lifted from the plane. put on how the ambulance. off when he was here at san francisco general quickly brought in were doctors have been working to out this afternoon. assessing his condition, to make sure that he is getting the care that he means. now, here at the hospital there were family members that were eagerly awaiting to have him finally come home. i spoke to the ex-wife. the mother of the children and they are so happy that the state has finally arrived. >> they are so excited that daddy is home and will be
closer. they said that once he is going to be close to the want to go up and see him. we will be up there, first. i am totally leaving it up to them. and if that means taking some time of school, that means taking some time off school. i do not want to force it. i do not want to push it. they know that that is working his way back. >> he is home and i'm glad that people are going to be able to go up and see him. there are so many people want to support brian and be there for him. this is going to make it easy for everybody. >>reporter: that was his cousin, john stowe. the family is so glad that brian stow is finally back home. there have been a lot of people from the ambulance company that he worked for, as a paramedic. just to be
the presence while he is being transported. as i mentioned, a news conference at any minute and then in the information about what they have to say about his state at san francisco general. will have that for you as soon as it starts about his-stay here in san francisco general. >> kimberlee: today a quick look at any hospital room. however, we are going to show you why he was placed in this room. white is so unique. today, these chief of neurosurgery. for traumatic brain injuries and working, pioneering for many of these treatments such as this machine is a monitor that the hospital's use for this terrible blood flow. cyril--story broke--blood flow and also has cerebral
of oxygen and blood flow this will help determine how much oxygen the patient is getting. those and will rely help with those will-help. >>pam: the mixed emotions his mother speaks. >> bittersweet. we are taking brian home. on behalf of our family i would like to say thank-you to the community. that have embraced brian and supported him. the people of los angeles have been and our heart but since this six week journey. our your prayer--guided us through. we've made a lifelong friends and thank you does not say and of how much we appreciate you he will never be forgotten. this is truly the city of angels. (sobbing)
>>pam: he has been in critical condition on opening day march 31st. mickey takes this to the story since then. >> shocking. vicki-his fellow paramedics react to the news they're calling his beaten senseless because there wore a giants jersey to a dodgers game. they had to really leave the pressure by a leadinopening up his head. a fund for his recovery with $300,000 on april 11th, the giant dedicate the game to them. donate 61,000. $25,000 to a
demand by 10 lincecum. and when they try to bring him out? he still had seizures. with physical descriptions, the doctors made a second attempt to reduce the medication. after charlie sheen announced that he will donate the proceeds for his merchandise. may 11th, a los angeles company puts up hundreds of billboards with the suspects, the suspect description and reward. no, he will be returning to the bay area,-now come off, he wille coming back to hte bay area, vicki. vicki liviakis. >>pam: stay with us. >>jacqueline: look at this rainfall. some are. . prepared
with widespread rainfall and heavy rain over parts of the north bay. and with some of the heavy rain over the richmond bridge, at san rafael. and about one- quarter of inch per hour a steady flow even to oakland. and right offshore that system is pushing and through the bay area and transitioning into showers overnight. another round of rainfall. habring your umbrella, and we are going to bring scattered showers tomorrow morning, and tomorrow afternoon, and tomorrow night. we will time it out and in a ring totals coming up in just a bit. >> and the state budget battle the governor has announced his revised budget today. dan kerman reports
that while it calls for more money for education it is still for an extension of a variety of taxes and fees. >>reporter: these are the numbers, the state is taking in more money than it originally - expected that it is already made $13 billion in spending cuts. the debt is about $9 billion. governor brown still want tax extensions to deal with. income tax, sales tax and the vehicle license fee. however, in this revised budget the income would be delayed one year. >> still, a $10 billion structural deficit a wall of debt to come. the finances were put into tomorrow with the great recession with a decade of short-term answers and quick gimmick to economics this is
not the time the long term goals. >>reporter: with 5500 state jobs and the real difference is how the tax extensions will be approved. initially, they wanted them he wanted them approved by the-voters. as a result, it will likely be the legislature that will vote on the tax extensions first. if approved? and governor brown will still put it to the vote of the people some time in this fall. he is hopeful the budget can be passed by june 15th. at the state capitol dan kerman. >>reporter: education and parks and recreation coming up with these provisions meant good news and bad news. (music)
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coming down through san francisco >> jacqueline: is going to continue this evening. when we conceit drier conditions coming up in just a bit. >>pam: the architect of a major identity theft operation is how how this woman is describing this woman. she was recently arrested for multiple charges of identification for fogged fraud haazig madyun a fake social security card and driver's licenses all but oakland police is their biggest identity theft operation in the city's history. . 40 year-old michelle williams. illegally obtained the personal information of oakland city employees. using that information to create and cash fraudulent checks. 0pd officer ray and a good fellow says that all of the identification was
based out of her apartment. it was very sophisticated. >> window located various printers for credit cards. from a bank credit cards. and even credit cards that have not even been printed yet. a >>reporter: oakland police work in conjunction with federal agents contained in the official california driver's license. that are stored on some of these computers and now, in police custody. investigators that she is a felony while welfare frau and also 20 counts of fraud in conduct connection with this case. haazig madyun kron 4. >>pam: the follow-up a medical student over four months ago murdered was honored today in san francisco. police released new information about the case and j.r. stone has been following this information. j.r.? >>reporter: pamela this medical student was killed in january. this is the only
woman related to the case that has been arrested. she is in trouble for beating, injuring a separate pers t was able to try to help the victim. and he even broke her back with the high heel. this is the victim. she was killed of this temple and nightclub in january. joe hernandez was a medical student at the university of california san francisco. today, classmates graduated and the family was given a degree with an emotional ceremony. with everybody, including his father. >> everybody since my son was a little boy, he wanted to help people. he wanted to help and i just wanted a to think the public's help. he was a very good son. >>reporter: and people i spoke with spoke highly of
joe hernandez. surveillance video of a man of the applause also believed in this case. i will show you at 5:00 p.m. surveillance- video. >>pam: traffic is wet the bottom highway 1 0 1 traffic southbound toward the peninsula moving slowly. the top = 80. towards the bay bridge, the lower deck but it is barely moving. we have a programming note. coming up this friday we will be having nbc programming will the giants will be on nbc. that means that dateline will be shown at 8:00 p.m. right here on kron 4 public life especially edition of kron 4 news at 10:00 p.m. we will be right back.
much throughout the entire bay. the camera lens is wet through mount tam. the city will also see rain tonight with showers overnight. showers in the morning and rain again on tuesday afternoon. how rainfall totals are going to be from one quarter of an inch to three-quarters of an inch even perhaps more depending on where you are. the stormtracker 4 radar is showing that this ran is concentrated to the north bay. perhaps a bit letter to the north into the south. the satellite and radar is showing that this storm is intensifying towards the coast. another one on the heels of that one. rain on/off for the next couple of days. intensified rainfall towards the coast. 6:00 p.m., with moderate brain cells to the north bay and also to the east bay. this will continue until 8:00 p.m. a special to the north bay. scattered activity to the south. by
10:00 p.m., it will taper off the bed. and still, scattered activity overnight. tapering off-oil throughout the night-- keeping your umbrella candy. candy--with scattered activity keeping your umbrella cand candhandy. reportn the north bay, perhaps a bit less into the cell paper. with three-quarters of rainfall in the north bay. your kron 4 7 day around the bay rainfall turning to showers and unpacking to rain tomorrow. when the conditions as that storm pushes through. better conditions showers dissipating. programming change. dr. tell is moving to 4:00 p.m.. dr. feldman
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>>pam: and a national news president obama is spending part of this day today with families impacted by the mississippi river flooding. a number of officials as reports, thousands down a river or evacuate as this reaches louisiana. >>reporter: president obama touch it down in tennessee for a commencement speech and speak with flood victims. and first responders of this mississippi flood. six days after this river crested in memphis a to be weeks before the streets are dry. according to the national weather service is still 11 ft. above the stage flood stage. while homes and businesses are under water thousands are preparing for their turn with the mighty mississippi in the self. >> in the south--this water
will be in places that many people never seen. >>reporter: this is been several feet above flood stage and not has not crossed it yet. this has been opened with this small river is becoming a reaching iran paid. >> people are just ready for it. the reaching rampage- >>reporter:bobby gindal, >> we're not too happy when they opened up that delta. but we are not having much choice. >>reporter: much and cajun country did not have a choice but there will return after the flood clears.
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