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threats targeting jewish community centers and vandalism of jewish cemeteries, as well as last week's shooting in kansas city, remind us that while we may be a nation divided on policies, we are a country that stands united in condemning hate and evil in all its forms.donald trump, pivoting away from the gloomy tone of his inagural speech with a call for unity.we are one people, with one destiny. we all bleed the same blood.we all salute the and we are all same god. good evening, i'm pam moore. i'm steve aveson- it's president trump's first address to a joint session of congress... and we carried it live right here on kron 4. tonight we are covering this speech from several angles. kron 4's charles clifford watched the president's address with civil rights leader jesse jackson.he is live in san francisco. and kron4's alecia reid is live in san jose with reaction from the muslim community. we'll get to them in a moment. but first- we are joined by political analysts, michael yaki and tom del beccaro... author of "the divided era."
also in san francisco -- the muslim community is reacting to president trump's address. kron4's alecia reid joins us live from the u-c hastings law campus with more. because of all the fear that has spread through bay area communities from this new administration, lawyers have been getting bombarded with questions from immigrants a number of bar associations joined forces with the council on american islamic relations tonight. there's a room full of lawyers inside the u-c hastings law building ----- right now they're being trained to help immigrants who are in fear immigration and customs enforcement may approach them.the president touched on immigration , economic opportunity , and
national security. the amended plan for the travel ban - which affected 7 predominantly muslim countries --- is expected to be rolled out this week. lawyers here tonight are prepping, should they need to jump in and help their community. now this was all planned independently of the president's speech to congress tonight.but organizers say it turned out to be the perfect timing.sot - standupboard of supervisors unanimously approved legislation that the city will not cooperate with any attempts to have a registry for muslims or any others. and if the city does, they can be sued. it will still need to be signed off bby the mayor.reporting live in san francisco
we will have much more on the president's speech to congress later in the show.coming up at 8-30...we'll have a live report from the nation's capitol, and reaction from local officials.be sure to stay tuned for that. coming up after the break- we're following the latest on the riverside plane crash. what we know about the condition of those who survived this horrific crash. plus police are working to find the driver who they say hit a man and didn't stop. kron4 spoke to the victim who now faces a long road to recovery in the hospital. plus, a santa clara university student becomes a victim of sexual assault. what we know about who police are now looking for. i'm kron 4 meteorologist brittney shipp. coming up, i am tracking .i will take a
new information on the crash of a small plane monday in southern california...with passengers from san jose on board. three people are dead...including a teenage girl...and two other people are seriously injured. and tonight we're seeing actual video of the crash. grant lodes has been tracking this story since it broke yesterday...he's here now with what we know tonight. that plane - with five people on board...was headed for san jose. it crashed into two homes in riverside moments after take-off. no one in the homes or on the ground was injured or killed. but one of the two injured adult women...is now in the burn unit with 3rd degree burns to 90 percent of her body. tonight investigators are trying to figure out what went wrong...and a south bay community is struggling to process this. home
surveillance video captures the exact moments the plane crashes into the residential neighborhood...about 50 miles east of los angeles. a large huge smoke... plume rising into the sky. the five people on the plane had been in disneyland for a cheerleading competition...th ey were headed back to san jose. today we caught up with the superintendent in charge of san jose's union middle school. she says 50 of her students had gone to the competittion. and as they await confirmation of those who died, grief counselors have been called out to help...the belief is students at the school are connected to the victims. superintendent: it's a wide range of emotions, until we know who died, it's uncertainty. very tough for our students and staff." the coroner in riverside is working to determine the identities of those killed. one witness tells the l-a times...the plane was having problems before takeoff....but
went ahead with the flight. today the n-t-s-b didn't offer specifics of what went wrong right before the twin engine cessna 310 crashed. debris from that scene...scattered 100 to 150 feet. a preliminary report from the ntsb could be released next week. new at 8- the victim of a hit and run is speaking out about the crime that left him hospitalized, facing multiple surgeries. it happened in san francisco's inner richmond district. this is the second hit and run case in this area this month. the two crimes happened within 5 blocks of each other. no arrests have been made in either case. kron4's chuck clifford spoke to the man hit in this latest collision. need a map of these two locations... use the dates as the marker titles... hit & run cases/san francisco as the header/subheaderi will write the script... just need help
with the maparguello and anza in sf - february 8 5th and balboa in sf - feb 17 standupback on february 17th, 72-year-old jack wong. . who has lived his whole life here in san francisco was struck by an unknown vehicle while crossing the street here at balboa and 5th in the richmond district. it's was about 840 in the evening, jack was in the crosswalk and he had the right of way but according to witnesses inside that restaurant a white sedan ran the light here and struck him.. jack was hit on his right side of his body, he was tossed about 15 feet and landed underneath a parked car over there.. he survived but could be in the hospital for a long time.soti don't remember anything.jack wong says he doesn't remember being hit. he recalls entering the crosswalk and then waking up in a hospital bed. soti didn't see the car the hit me. i woke up in the hospital. i was hit on the right side.sot he's very stoicjack's wife, marilynn wong says her husband suffered multiple fractures and lacerations mostly on the right side of his body. he is now unable to sit up and is
facing multiple surgeries to repair the damage. his recovery could be a long one. sothe puts on a happy face like everything is ok but when you see him do a task, like sit up, you can see the pain he's in.the san francisco police department did conduct an initial investigation into the accident but has so far no identified any suspects or released any additional details. marilynn hopes that someone will come forward with more information.sotthe person who did this didn't even slow down. they didn't stop to see if he's ok.i also asked jack and marilyn if there was anything they would like to say to the person who was driving the car.sotplease slow down. it's not worth hitting someone.sotturn yourself in.in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news. toss weather .a gradual warming trend along with dry weather conditions can be expected through the
coming up- experts break down president trump's address to congress. here's what we're tracking tonight at ten...concussions in sports is a hot topic these days...espeically in soccer where the number of cases is on the rise.tonight we expose some facts..and myths about concussions and athletes.it's important information every parent should know.that story..tonight on kron 4 news at ten.
samsung has announced march twenty ninth as the unveil date of their next android galaxy "s" series smart=phone the "s=eight". kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate says there is a lot of pressure on them to impress the tech world, and their customers, after the recall debacle of with the galaxy note seven. gabe shows us the innovative new features expected with this new device. samsung took stage at mobile world congress and teased the new galaxy s8 "we will surprise all of you when it comes out march 29"they boasted about it's new innovative features. then they released two teaser videos hinting that the new s8 phone will radically change the design of the phone. i met with jordan novet of venture
wrapping up just about 90 minutes ago.president trump had a laundry list of promises in a noticeably more serious tone, president trump still hit the points which won him the election.kron 4's jim osman is live in washington d- c tonightjim.....what's your impression of the speech?how will it how will it impact our area or
local politicians are reacting...our grant lodes is here with details on that here's what they had to say. senator dianne feinstein it sounds great to slash taxes and spend more money while at the same time balancing the budget, but that's not how real life works. the proof is in the pudding, and without specifics it's impossible to take his speech seriously. congresswoman barbara lee president trump has waged an
all-out assault on our nation's core principles of liberty, justice and opportunity for all. president trump's address was the most pessimistic and divisive message i have ever witnessed from a sitting president. rep. eric swalwell "president trump had a chance to be a unifying president to a country he has sorely divided. he missed that opportunity by a long shot. instead, he continued to offer a lot of bluster about his grandiose plans, and even those who had supported him are starting to wonder if they've been sold a lemon. it was like listening to him read 100 of his tweets - an armchair address without details. have not head from gov. brown.
toss weather .a gradual warming trend along with dry weather conditions can be expected through the remainder of the workweek. then, a weak system dropping southward from the pacific northwest will result in the potential for light precipitation across portions of the region saturday into sunday. engineers and geologists are continuing to get a close look at the damageat the oroville dam spillway..this drone video shows some residual water. . . but flows have been mostly dialed back to nothing.the result. . . you can see just how extensive the damage is to the spillway. what you don't see -- crews working around the clock to clear debris at
continuing to get a close look at the damageat the oroville dam spillway..this drone video shows some residual water. . . but flows have been mostly dialed back to nothing.the result. . . you can see just how extensive the damage is to the spillway. what you don't see -- crews working around the clock to clear debris at the bottomof the concrete structure....that will allow them to start firing up the dam's critical power plant... today authorities say it's all paying off -- and water in the channel below the spillway dropped 23 feet in less than a day.workers may even get at least one of the plant's turbines up and running by the end of the week... police are searching for a man suspected of sexually assaulting a santa clara university student over the weekend. investigators say, a female student was walking home from a friends house just after 8 a-m on sunday, when a man sexually assaulted her. this all happened on the sidewalk near
poplar and lafayette streets. police say, the woman was treated and released from the hospital. the suspect remains at large. an alert was sent out to santa clara university students ... warning them about the assault. investigators are hoping someone in the area saw something... as they continue to look for leads. next- san jose flood recovery. the effort to clean up the mess left behind after coyote creek overflowed. plus- what's being done today to figure out how it happened in the first place.
creek jumped its banks and chased thousands of people from their homes in san jose. tonight... we have newer footage of what it looks like now. take a look . . . you can see a more tamed version .... compared to the anderson reservoir's water levels last week. that's when the reservoir began spilling over its banks... causing the coyote creek to flood. the water district says, the reservoir has finally dipped below capacity.. and is slowly dropping. so far, damage has been pegged at 73- million dollars . . . the city council is expected to ratify a state of emergency declaration which will clear the way for a request for federal funding. the council plans to hold a public hearing to address what happened and why. . . trt:05/ "can quickly fix" several organizations are expected to distribute almost a million dollars in private donations. hundreds of
volunteers are still on the job helping people clean up the mess. in sports... one of the 49ers top quarterback targets is off the market... after his current team decided to franchise tag him for the second year in a row. plus... the warriors were in d-c... we'll look at whether the dubs were able to beat the wizards, after losing a key player, and trailing by 19 points... gary has the highlights and all the sports coming up.
play the wizards... kevin durant back in his hometown... but his day was cut short in the opening minutes. zaza pachulia lands on kevin durant foot... forcing him to leave the with hyperextended knee... he didn't return for the rest of the game. the wizards took advantage... bradley beal was unstoppable in the first quarter he nails the three. in the third... steph curry after missing eleven triples last night against the 76ers tonight he helped golden state tie the game at 85... the warriors trailed by as much as 19 points in the fourth... steph with a chance to win the game... can't knock it down. final: 112-108 wizards ádurant got an mri tonight... it's still unclear if durant will stay with the team or return back to the bay area.
kirk cousins is off limits for the 49ers. the redskins have placed cousins with an exclusive franchise tag. by the team putting an exclusive tag on their quarterback... no other team will be able to sign him. washington holds cousins negotiations rights. the 49ers still have a chance to get the player for the upcoming season via a trade. cousin becomes the first quarterback in league history to be franchise tagged by the same team in back to back years. he's going one of the highest paid quaterback's in the nfl... he's expected to earn nearly 24-million dollars
next season. last season he had a down year compare to 2015... where he was named a pro-more than a thousand yards... and 12 murray missed a couple of games last season because of a turf toe injury staying in the afc west... eric berry becomes the highest paid safety in the league. kansas city and berry agreed to a 78 million dollars deal over the next six years. the pro-bowl safety will earn 40-million in guaranteed money. he's been cancer-free since his return in 2015. the a's beat the indians 5-4... meanwhile the giants were taking on the padres from the desert. madison bumgarner pitched two innings... only had one strike out and allowed two runs. top of the third chris marreo hits a single down the middle... joen panik and brandon crawford score...
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scully: for the first time, i feel time like a heartbeat-- the seconds pumping in my breast like a reckoning; the numinous mysteries that once seemed so distant and unreal threatening clarity in the presence of a truth entertained not in youth, but only in its passage. i feel these words as if their meaning were weight being lifted from me, knowing that you will read them and share my burden as i have come to trust no other. that you should know my heart, look into it, finding there the memory and experience that belong to you, that are you, is a comfort to me now, as i feel the tethers loose and the prospects darken for the continuance of a journey