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are here to protest the new president and what he stands for.i think the new administration is actively hostel to women and it's very upsetting and every day i wake up in some sort of blind panic because every day it there seems to be something new to panic over i hope this creates some solidarity so many groups to be marginalized that we have a chance to really build a very positive force to hopefully pushed back again some of the things are happening right now.natsa second march brought crowds to circle the us immigration and customs enforcement building calling for a stop to deporations. those here say the struggle of women and immigrants in this country are linked.this is about half of humanity and this is about liberating all of humanity right now humanity is under attack centered around this fascist regime.some are encouraging women to strike again on may first...internati onal worker's day.maureen kelly kron4 news
(grant) about 300-people gathered on the u-c berekely campus to recognize international women's day. participants listened to several speakers address subjects.... from wage equality.... to the black lives matter movement. some people at the rally told us...there is now a greater need to advocate for women...because republicans are in control in washington. laura hayes/women's day supporter: "this is for us to come together and feel more empowered and understand that we can make a difference if we can come together"melanie feakins/uc berkeley professor :"i'm also resisting the possibility of cuts to planned parenthood. this is one of the things that ensures women's access to medical care"pamela williams/international women's williams/internatipamela pamela williams/international women's want to be able to tell my children that i girls, so they will be able to stand because we got a family"(grant) the women's day rally lasted about 3-hours on the cal
campus. u-c police were there, but not needed because although the participants were passionate...they were also peaceful. (vicki)in the 1970s, one of the main objectives of the new women's liberation movement was equal pay for equal work. back then women earned less than 60 cents for every dollar earned by men.now it's more than 90 cents.but that's the national average.here in california, not only is the pay gap much bigger ... it is getting even worse. sfxthe latest figures from the federal government says the median weekly paycheck for a woman in california is about 15 percent less than a man's. that's 775 dollars compared to 914 dollars.that adds up to about seven thousand dollars a year.and it is the widest gap since 2002.there's some evidence the tech industry may be contributing to the gap. national figures show men now earn an avereage of just over five percent more than women in comparable jobs.the bay area salary website glassdoor dot com says 75 percent of tech jobs have a wider pay gap. female computer programmers make an average of 28 percent less than men with the same experience.women game artists
earn 16 percent less.the same is true for female computer security specialists and software architects. (vicki)according to the silicon valley bank, 70 percent of tech startups this year have no women directors. that's just the reverse of the situation in china, where two thirds of new tech companies have female leaders. (vicki) we have just learned the fourth victim from the riverside plane crash... has died... her name is stacey pierce.... we spoke to her husband just two days ago and he told us stacey was still not talking and had to have both of her legs amputated... stacey and four others were on a plane headed to san jose from riverside when it crashed into two homes last week. they were coming from disneyland where they finished watching a cheerleading competition. three people were killed...
including stacey's mother and step-father - who was the pilot. all are from the san jose area. a go-fund me account has been set up to pay for the three funerals... (grant) another big story we are tracking tonight at five... some homeowners in the east bay area on edge tonght... they say their homes are in danager of going over the edge...and falling into a creek... because of erosion. this is drone video of what it looks like in pleasaton. kron 4's will tran reports on the effort to stop this destructive trend. the creek in their backyard is like a hammer.. slamming against their cliff.unless something can be done very soon.. their homes might come toppling down.(ginger belshe-- it's every scary, not knowing what we will wake up to us. it keeps falling every single day. rain or no rain)belshe and some of her neighbors say heavy rains over the past five weeks have caused their backyards to crumble into the creek by as much as 40 feet. even when it's not raining...
the cliff is very saturated... soft... and can't be trusted until major repairs are done. (ginger belshe- our life as we know it is hell. i have never. i have no words)ted smith lives next door.somehow his home is ok... for now... but that doesn't mean he's not worried.smith says they've known about the danger lurking their backyard for at least a year... but only recently did they get help from the city (ted smith/homeowner- neglect from zone 7, city of pleasanton. nobody is paying attention until it gets to an emergency need. now all of a sudden everyone wants to come out and help out)crews spent the day down in the creek... seeing what can be done.smith says one solution could be placing huge boulders along the cliff and packing it with dirt(will tran/pleasanton--the question is who will pay for it? smith says probably not homeowners insurance or the city or the county? smith doesn't have those answers. he says one thing they know for sure... they don't have a lot of time.in pleasanton will tran k4 news
(vicki) moving to the south bay... we're getting new details tonight about the murder of a san jose little league coach. frank navarro was working security at the tres gringos nightclub when he was stabbed to death just after midnight on february 26th. 6 people have now been accused of his murder two of them had their first court appearance today. kron 4's dan kerman joins us live from the hall of justice in san jose with what occurred prior to the stabbing. more navarro murder suspects 0308175pkgthese 6 people have been charged with the murder of little league coach frank navarro who was stabbed to death last month while working security at the tres gringos
nightclub two of suspects, brothers santos trevino who is alleged to have done the stabbing and joseph esquivel made their first court appearance wednesday afternoon members of navarro's family were in the courtroom .sot angela tirado/navarro family spokesperson 23-31i agree with the family that justice needs to be served, this is a senseless tragedy that did not need to occurthe district attorney says this all began when esquivel and his sister percella tried to enter the tres gringos nightclub just before midnight on the february 25th. prosecutors say the club does not allow those with facial tatoos to enter, so esquivel covered his up with makeup and used his brother santos trevinos i.d. sot lance daugherty / deputy district attorney 52-102 security realized that was not esquival's i.d and confiscated
it. the esquivels demanded it back and threatened the security guard would be sorry if they didn't return it. prosecutors say the esquival's got on their cell phone and within ten minutes their brother santos trevino and three cousins arrived at the club.sotthey meet up , approach the security guard demanding the i.d., santos and his brother began punching the security guard, as well as the group attacking the other security guard, frank navarro comes in to help, santos trevino pulls out a knife and stabs ultimately killing frank navarro.now all 6 are charged with navarro's murdersotso not only is the person who actually stabbed frank navarro but everyone else that participated and had a role in the violence at tres gringos our office is going to hold them criminally liable for their actions that night 200/actions that night
(grant) tonight...there's renewed hope a cold case in sunnyvale will be solved. investigators have received a picture of a car possibly connected to the 20-14 shooting death of 20-year ernesto castro. kron four's philippe djegal reports... the tip is the result of reward money offered in this case. 20-year-old ernesto castro... gunned down in sunnyvale on august second 20-14. captain shawn ahearn with the department of public safety says castro was near the picnic area in encinal park with a group of friends that daycaptain shawn ahearn- "and, a person or persons, uh from a, uh, grassy area, uh, off in the distance, uh, fired shots, uh at the group." castro died in the park... the woman wounded
survived.captain shawn ahearn- "this is a photo we obtained of a, uh, suspicious vehicle that was in the area of the homicide during the time of the homicide." the tip -- ahearn says -- is the result of a 20-thousand dollar reward offered by the d-p-s two week's ago.captain shawn ahearn- "even though it's a really grainy photo, we're just trying to see what information we can get."bridge captain ahearn says castro's murder was the city's lone homicide in 2014.nats- car passing park the car in the photo described by the d-p-s as a gold or tan 1990s honda civic or accord with a sunroof and seven spoked rims. captain shawn ahearn- "any homicide that's left out there, we're always trying to do follow-up to see that, you know, we can get resolution." captain ahearn says the deadly shooting was gang-related. and, that his department will continue to investigate this cold case now with a new lead. in sunnyvale, philippe djegal, kron four news. (vicki) a landslide shuts down a
major road in the north bay - causing headaches for commuters.(vicki) still ahead on kron four news at five. we'll tell you which part of sir francis drake remain closed this evening - and when crews plan to reopen it to drivers. (grant) plus, thieves in san francisco target a mother with her baby. find out where this happened and who police are looking for. (vicki) but first, questions still surround the community of san jose... as to how the coyote creek overflowed - sending thousands of people running from their homes. next a live report - on how the city plans to prevent something like this from happening again. lawrence karnow: another beautiful day today but it could get even better. i will tell you where next.
tonight...people are still assessing the damage and still looking for answers...after last months devastating flood along coyote creek in san jose.(vicki) the stage is set for a public vetting of what went wrong.... kron four's rob fladeboe is standing live to tell us about it. rob? we can still see the tell tale x's left by search and rescue teams on some of the homes here in the hard hit rock springs neighborhood. the clean-up persists and so do the questions about what happened and how to make sure it doesn't happen again. tomorrow, we may get some answers. reni lobato/flood victim :
has so far been pegged at $73 million dollars. after speaking to the san jose rotary this afternoon, state senate president pro tem kevin de leon said there appears to be a good casefor some type of financial help. kevin de leon/state senate pro tem for reni lobato, who will likely have to replace the floor in her mobile home, the help can't arrive too soon. reni lobato/flood victim: "oh i'm sure that between the loss of the shed and damage under the house, at least three to four thousand dollars" flood victims, city and county officials and representatives of the santa clara valley water district, among others, are expected to attend that public hearing set for three o'clocktomorrow afternoon in the san jose city council chambers at city hall.
(grant) happening now... part of sir francis drake boulevard near fairfax is closed because of a landslide. and it's causing major problems for commuters. the road closure is at baywood canyon road...between fairfax and san geronimo. this is the second time this week that section of roadway had to be shutdown because of a landslide. kron four's terisa estacio... tells us when we can expect to see the road reopen. (nats: tree limb comes crashing down. )(terisa)this one of more than 20 trees removed from this hillside off of sir francis drake near baywood. (nats: more noise of
colliding trees)early wednesday morning - the hill gave away yet again. that marks four times already this winter. ernest klock - marin countys primary civil engineer: "you can see the water right over there. the water is just seeping through the ground. even though this is a clear day. " as crews cleaned up - another problem exposed. ernest klock marin county's primary civil engineer says they found back behind the slide right up here - further weakening. in response, they did something they don't normally don't do. klock: "we are going to put water on the hill to start a slide. we don't usually do that, but we need to make this area safe." vicky carothers/commuter: " question, this has really impacted a lot of people, yes." sir francis drake is a major through fare - commuters use the route to cut through the congested county - plus there are numerous nearby schools. vicky carothers - commuter: "i can't get to work. i volunteer at the school close by."another issue - pge had planned to temporarily cut
power in area so the excavator could help remove soil - but for some reason - it was pushed until midnight which means this road will stay closed much longer then hoped for. klock: "we can't have it open if there is a threat of something coming down." and it is unclear how long the road will be closed for. pge had planned to cut the power in the area temporarily so that crews could go under a line and remove unstable soil. but now, pge has decided to wait till midnight and that means crews must wait and everyone else must wait till the road can be re-openned. in marin terisa estacio kron 4 news.
lawrence karnow: it was another beautiful day with even warmer temperatures. it is definitely feeling like spring today. we had plenty of temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s and it should be even warmer tomorrow. doppler radar is still showing some rain will to our north and the pacific northwest. but high pressurre over much of california will keep the weather very mild with highs running 5 to 10 degrees above average. tonight will be mostly clear with some patchy fog moving along the coast and into the bay late tonight. you can see high pressure bulding in for thurdays to make it likely the warmest day of the week. some temperatures inland could reach the mid 70s! if you plan to travel around the state, you will find warm weather in southern california and into the monterey bay. rain is still likely in far norther california. it still looks great if you want to head up to the mountains to the snow. the roads should be
open and highs in lake tahoe will be in the mid 50s into the weekend. so tomorrow will be the warmest day of the week with temperatures in the low to mid 70s inland. i do think we'll see some patchy fog along the coast to kepp highs there much cooler in the low 60s. for the next 7 days the weather looks very nice. right now it looks dry throught the weekend with above normal temperatures. (vicki) uber's self-driving cars... are returning to california streets. the california department of motor vehicles say's it has granted uber permission to run two volvo s-u-v's on public roads. if you remember... last december the self-driving cars were ordered off the road because the company did not have approval from state regulators. after a several-days showdown, uber packed up its cars for arizona. while the self-driving cars can be back on the street, uber says they won't pick up any passengers ... for now.
(grant) still ahead... a battle is brewing on capitol hill. president trump warning of a bloodbath... if top house republicans do not repeal and replace obamacare. details on this story - coming up. (vicki) and next, thieves target a home in the east bay - taking several items including world war two memorabilia. find out how police were able to track down the stolen items.
(vicki) police in san francisco are asking for your help identifying two men who tried to carjack a mother and her baby... it happened last friday just before 10:30 at night... on florida street in the city's mission district... the mother was parking her car in the apartment complex garage... with her one-year-old baby in the back seat... when she got out of her car... these two suspects approached her...and pointed a gun at her. one of the suspects opened the car door and pulled her baby out of the car seat. the thieves ended up giving the baby back unharmed... but took a back pack and ran off.
(grant) police in the east bay were able to track down two suspects - who allegedly stole several sentimental items from a home in concord. officers arrested candace ternes and seyyed mir-holhi - in connnection to the burglary. police say the pair also stole a vehicle from the home. later that same day - officers located the stolen car along with the suspects. investigators say they discovered the suspects had a storage shed in martinez and were able to locate all of the stolen property. "... stolen items" officers say both suspects officers say both suspects are now facing several charges including grant theft auto, burglary, and drug charges. (vicki) fremont police are asking for your help tonight... identifying and locating an armed robbery suspect caught on several surveillance
cameras. here's the footage on your screen. you can see the culprit pull out a gun - pointing it at a liquor store clerk...demanding money. police believe the suspect performed a series of armed robberies at liquor stores throughout northern california between mid-october and early- november... the suspect, described as an asian or filipino male in his 20's...around five-eight. often times sporting a orange construction vest. police say he leaves the crime scenes in this 2000's white ford explore x-l-t. (grant) still ahead, dozens of women are gathering outside oakland's city hall right now.... for international women's day. coming up after the break... we'll have a live report from the rally and hear from some of the women attending.
bay area and around the world are showing their pride and power today.... on international women's day. all day...we've seen demonstrations, marches...speec hes...people there highlighting the value of women in general...and specifically the value of women in the workplace. happening right now...a rally in oakland.(vicki) that's where kron 4's lydia pantazes is right now... as the event is just getting underway.
(vicki) first lady melania trump took part in international women's day. . . .today she hosted a luncheon in the white house state dining room.the vice president's wife... karen pence joined mrs. trump at the event.president trump's daughter, ivanka, vice president pence's daughter, charlotte, and the president's counselor kellyanne conway were also there at the lunch.
lawrence karnow: it was another beautiful day with even warmer temperatures. it is definitely feeling like spring today. we had plenty of temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s and it should be even warmer tomorrow. doppler radar is still showing some rain will to our north and the pacific northwest. but high pressurre over much of california will keep the weather very mild with highs running 5 to 10 degrees above average. tonight will be mostly clear with some patchy fog moving along the coast and into the bay late tonight. you can see high pressure bulding in for thurdays to make it likely the warmest day of the week. some temperatures inland could reach the mid 70s! if you plan to travel around the state, you will find warm weather in southern california and into the monterey bay. rain is still likely in far norther california. it still
looks great if you want to head up to the mountains to the snow. the roads should be open and highs in lake tahoe will be in the mid 50s into the weekend. so tomorrow will be the warmest day of the week with temperatures in the low to mid 70s inland. i do think we'll see some patchy fog along the coast to kepp highs there much cooler in the low 60s. for the next 7 days the weather looks very nice. right now it looks dry throught the weekend with above normal temperatures. (grant) we're getting a scary first-hand view of a fast-moving wildfire in central kansas.(glo) take a look at this dramatic dashcam video... taken from a kansas highway patrol car. troopers were helping divert traffic monday...when the flames literally jumped the road. that's when one brave tropper had to rescue the driver of a semi-truck
that got stuck in the interstate's median. that trooper later praised the firefighters who fought the flames.... saying their efforts prevented the wildfire from reaching a densely populated nearby town. (vicki) coming up, just days after we told you about a criminal on the loose stealing used shoes in the bay area... more viewers have come forward claiming to be victims... and they have video to prove it.(grant) but first, president trump urging top house reblicans to repeal and replace obamacare - or face consequences. this story -
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investigation is being launched into wikileaks publication of documents detailing alleged c-i-a hacking operations. that's according to several u-s officials. the f-b-i and c-i-a want to know how the documents got to wikileaks, and whether they were leaked by an employee or contractor. the c-i-a is also trying to determine if wikileaks has any other unpublished documents. the white house has not yet commented on the matter. (grant) the house republican health care plan to repeal and replace obamacare has been out since monday. and now, it's up to gop leaders in the house... and the white house.... to sell it to the public...and skeptical republicans.(vicki) but it could be a bigger challenge than they planned for. from our partners at c-n-n..
rep. paul ryan, (r) house speaker: this is an all-hands on deck because - you know what? we all ran on repealing and replacing obamacare. president trump needs to convert enough skeptical congress members to give the bill a chance. tonight, the president will host one of those skeptics -- former rival ted cruz and his wife heidi -- at the white house for a private dinner. in washington i'm scott mclean.> (vicki) still ahead... what does it takes to be on the golden state warriors dance team.... find out if kron4's ella sogominans dancing dreams will be dashed.
speeds up to 45 megs, for $30 a month. (vicki) women around the world are standing up, shouting out and marching for equality. steve aveson is in the newsroom with what we are working on for kron 4 news at six. (steve) vicki... in honor of international women's day, events are being held around the globe and here in the bay are. right now hundreds of women are holding a rally in oakland. it comes after
several rallies in san fracisco and berkeley focused on women's rights and equality in the workplace. tonight we will hear from the demonstrators about why it was important for them to protest. we will have that story and much more on kron 4 news at six. vicki back to you. (grant) the warriors are back at oracle tonight - after a series of games on the road. this also means the dubs dance team - will have to get back into the swing of things. (vicki) kron four's ella sogomonian - will not be joining them tonight - but she did swap out her microphone for some dance shoes... and found out what its like to be a part of the golden state dance team. ((take pkg))(nats: gswdt on cam game day courtside)on game day these dancers bring energy to the oracle arena's courtside.(music)looks fun! so given the chance i
wanted to see for myself what it takes to be a golden state warriors dancer.ella sogomonian, the bay area's news station"that is normally what i do, this is not it. so i just want to thank you in advance for having me in your world for these next three days."(break to slow-mo black &white video) or so i thought (nats: music)quickly things took a shocking turn for me when i learned it all starts when the girls- that now includes me- have to do áthisá for a half hour ábefore we get to any dancing.(montage workout with drum sticks)(ella fails, runs off camera)now that we've squatted, lunged and crunched our abs - we get to the memorizing part.twenty dancers meet three to five times a week outside of game day to work on a new dance.in 1 season that could mean 60 to 80 new routines.on this night we're learning two. (nats: direction)two songs and dances later - something doesn't feel rightand my legs give out from under mei feel the end of this breif beginning approaching.ella sogomonian,
the bay area's news station"so day 1, reactions, how did i do? 'you did great!'"i needed the truth - so i turned to fellow newcomer amy who is dancing in her first season ever.amy, golden state warriors dance team member"you know it's a lot of pressure because if you're doing something wrong going to get called out about it. because your coach wants you to look good, she wants you to look the same. and sometimes when you go full out you're going to get an injury because you're really trying to prove a point."and that's exactly what happened in my case. while trying to prove i belong- i contorted in ways i have never moved beforeand didn't make it to day two.ella sogomonian, the bay area's news station"it's day 2 and i'm supposed to be at the clean part of the process which is when the girls polish up their moves. but i can't walk, i can barely sit down. i've lost motion in my legs." "basketball players get torn acl's we do too."the precision, rigor, and quick movements of 20 , 8 counts is something women like these work toward getting right all their lives. amira, golden state warriors dance captain "i've been dancing since i was
3. it's second nature but because we practice it 4-6 hours before it actually gets performed."then there's practicing at home in between. dancers say it's really a lifestyle choice.jackie, golden state warriors dance team member"someone who is willing to than when they joined the team."off the dance floor the women attend 200 community events a year.i returned for day three: game setting.hanni, golden state warriors dance team member"so that's basically formations. the dancers they learn parts of the dance. and basically we're doing this for a game wednesday."(nats)one by one - dancers are assembled into the perfect formation as coach sabrina ellison orchestrates. sabrina ellison, golden state warriors dance team coach "jikayla and lizzie pull up to the second line."but this time i'm behind the camera where i learned i belong(nats: dancing)and i prefer it that way.ella sogomonian, the bay area's news station"this is clearly more an athletic sport than it is a dance which you make look effortless so much for having me here. and like i said we're going to let them do their thing and i'll remain being a reporter. so for kron 4 news ella sogomonian , back to you." (vicki) in addition to the rehearsal and performances - every member of the warriors dance team has either a full- time job or is a full-time student at a local college or university. (grant) i recently went to the san jose
neighborhood hardest hit by flooding last month... they're still trying to clean up. many...unable to return to their mud caked homes...no water...or electricity. that's what's still bad. but there was a lot of good that happened the day when the coyote creek kept rising. the fire department's urban rescue team rescued hundreds of people... and there weren't even any injuries. coming up tonight on kron4 news at ten...our latest kron4 heores segment highlights the fine work done that day. grant: how panicked were people? jeff riley, sjfd: "this is something people have never experienced before and they don't know, they don't know the water's not going to go over their head quickly. we had to calm then down and get them in the boats."hien nguyen, rescued: "the fire rescue people, they are great,
we owe them, because none of the flood victims died. we were all saved by those generous people."(grant) tonight some people are still in shelters...but like that woman...hien nguyen said...she and everyone rescued are thankful to the professionals who were there to in some cases carry people through five feet of water...getting them into boats...and to safety. don't miss our in depth profile piece...kron 4 heores...in san jose. that's tonight at 10:45...right here on kron4 news.
lawrence karnow: it was another beautiful day with even warmer temperatures. it is definitely feeling like spring today. we had plenty of temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s and it should be even warmer tomorrow. doppler radar is still showing some rain will to our north and the pacific northwest. but high pressurre over much of california will keep the weather very mild with highs running 5 to 10 degrees above average. tonight will be mostly clear with some patchy fog moving along the coast and into the bay late tonight. you can see high pressure bulding in for thurdays to make it likely the warmest day of the week. some temperatures inland could reach the mid 70s! if you plan to travel around the state, you will find warm weather in southern california and into the monterey bay. rain is still likely in far norther california. it still looks great if you want to head up to the mountains to the snow. the roads should be open and highs in lake tahoe will be in the mid 50s into the weekend. so tomorrow will be the warmest day of the week with temperatures in the low to mid 70s inland. i do think we'll see some patchy fog
coming upa shoe bandit who would have thunk it/i'm not the type to leave my shoes out but now if i have a notion to do that i'll think twice that for sure we'll give you more clues on the used shoe bandit of solano county so maybe you can help identify him in the next edition of people behaving badly
(steve) quite a scene today all over the bay area. as part of international women's day... big rallies and marches dominated by the color red as a sign of solidarity. good evening i'm steve aveson.( catherine ) and i'm catherine heenan...pam is off tonight. most of the rallies have wrapped up in the bay area... except for one. there is crowd marching right now in downtown oakland. and that is where kron 4's lydia pantazes is tonight. she joins us live... where she has been talking to some of the marchers. lydia, what are they saying? denise soliz: "so i think today were denise soliz: "so i denise soliz: "so i think
( catherine ) the bay area isn't the only place with marches and rallies for international women's day. some of the bigger ones we've seen include the large group in los angeles.... near city hall. and in new york city... women staged a rally not far from trump tower. there were some arrests at that event.. and in washington, d.c. a show of support from members of congress. a group of women wearing red - led by nancy pelosi and barbara lee - converged on the steps outside the capitol building. (catherine) there were
several protests in san francisco -- associated with international women's day.... . (steve) women are marching now women need to run for office we need to step up and lead we need take our place in the hall the power.christine pelosi...daughter of house minority leader nancy pelosi called on those in the crowd gathered in front of city hall to become a part of the political process.and she wasn't alone....all the women who care about making sure that the next generation of young women are not left out of the equationthat we are not forgotten because if it wasn't for us how would man even get to this world.we could never be complacent i just turned 60 years old i have to admit i thought a woman's right to choose was put to bed we got it however we can never, if this election has taught me one thing it is taught me the fight continues on and on and on and with every generation. those in the crowd....mostly women and most wearing red.....voiced their displeasure over the current administrationhey hey ho ho donald trump has got to gothey carried signs calling for
women to join the resistance....and to persist.....many wearing knitted pink hats called a name i can't say on tv. those i talked to say they stayed away from work or school to show women's economic power....and to voice their displeasure over the status quo.we're here to stand up and be counted for the millions of people who are repressed and or pressed by the current administration you want to say we are here for a reason we want to be recognized we need to be heard natsa second march brought crowds to circle the us immigration and customs enforcement building calling for a stop to deporations. those here say the struggle of women and immigrants in this country are linked.maureen kelly kron4 news
( catherine ) we have more coverage of women's day coming up. hear from nancy pelosi as she leads a congressional women's delegation that wasshowing its support for the rallies today.. and we'll take you to the u-c berkeley campus... where there was a big walkout by students. also... san francisco city hall is going through a color change tonight for international woman's day... we'll show it to you. it's all coming up in about ten minutes. ( steve ) breaking news right now from the east bay. police are searching near the u-c berkeley campus for a robbery suspect. a short time ago, cal police sent out a tweet telling some students to stay in their dorms. this video from our helicopter partners at a-b-c 7 shows a few of police involved in the manhunt. the suspect is said to be carrying a gun.
the area being searched is college avenue, channing way, bowditch and durant. ( steve ) a mudslide triggers a big problem for commuters. this is in marin - on sir francis drake near baywood canyon close on the outskirts of fairfax. early wednesday morning a large chunk gave way and came crashing down on the route. this is actually the fourth time, the hill has collapsed. the road was immediately shut down and during clean up, another problem was exposed. the top of the hill wa also weak, and crews feared another slide was immenient. in response, they decided to take a unique step and actually trigger another slide. the roadway was shut down
of frank navarro...who was stabbed to death while workng security at a san jose nightclub. kron 4's dan kerman is live at the hall of justice in san jose...where that courthearing happened. dan? more navarro murder suspects 0308176pkgbrothers santos trevino and joseph esquivel made their first court appearance wednesday afternoonthey are two of 6 people charged with the murder of san jose little league coach frank navarro. navarro was stabbed to death just after midnight february 26th while working security at the tres gringos nightclub. prosecutors say he was coming to the aid of co-workers.sot lance daugherty / deputy district attorney 22-32 prosecutors say defendant joseph esquivel tried to enter the tres gringos nightclub using his brother santos trevinos i.d. when security
confiscated it, prosecutors say esquivel and his sister presella demanded it back, made threats, and then called for reinforcementssotwithin about ten minutes a car pulls up with santos trevino and the other three defendants prosecutors say the defendants begin attacking security that's when frank navarro came over to help.sotsantos trevino pulls out a knife and stabs ultimately killing frank navarronow all 6 are charged with frank navarro's murdersot angela tirado/navarro family spokesperson 125-132he was a person of the community, and he felt very strongly about the kids a loving caring gentle mana spokesperson for the family says they just want one thing.sotthe only thing they do ask and do plead is that justice be served. 142/justice be served
(catherine) there's renewed hope in sunnyvale - in solving a cold case. the department of public safety says it's received a photo of a car possibly connected to the 20-14 shooting death of 20-year ernesto castro.(steve) kron four's philippe djegal reports that the new tip is the result of reward money offered in the case. (philippe) captain shawn ahearn- "even though it's a really grainy photo, we're just trying to see what information we can get." a gold or tan 1990s honda civic or accord... with a sunroof and seven spoked rims... a new tip from the public... of a suspicious car and driver in sunnyvale --
possibly involved in the 20-14 murder of 20-year-old ernesto castro.captain shawn ahearn- "we don't know if the vehicle is directly associated with the homicide, uh, but it was seen in the area around that time."bridge the sunnyvale department of public safety says the tip was the result of a 20-thousand dollar reward offered for any information leading to arrest and conviction of the suspects in this case... announced by the d-p-s two weeks ago. captain shawn ahearn- "the amount may mean something for to somebody, but for us, its getting that information." the d-p-s says castro was gunned down on august second 2014 while hanging out with a group of friends in the picnic area at encinal park. captain ahearn says the shooter fired from a distance, then took off. a woman was also wounded in the shooting, but survived. still, the case has remained cold until this latest tip.captain shawn ahearn- "sometimes we'll come back around and look to see if we can develop any new information after we run out all of our different leads that we may get -- see if we can get new leads. and, in this case, we have something right now that, uh, we're
hoping we can get some information on." the d-p-s says the shooting was gang-related. in sunnyvale, philippe djegal, kron four news. (catherine) we know last weekend's berkeley protest against president trump turned violent. police have now released some new suspect sketches.. (steve) and quite a scene on the u-c berkeley campus today. the demands came out the cal campus as part of an international women's day rally. (catherine) also - san jose is slowly getting back on track following a devastating flood. the help that could be on the way for victims.
( catherine ) it's been a little over two weeks since we saw the coyote creek overflow its banks and flood parts of san jose... forcing hundreds of people to evacuate. tonight, we're seeing more signs of recovery. ( catherine ) state officials have paid a visit to take a look at the damage and will consider whether flood victims are eligible for financial aid.( steve ) at the same time, as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, the stage is set for a public hearing about what exactly happened and why. pkgsot reni lobato/flood victimif only there had been a little more warning about the creek rising, reni lobato and many other victims feel there would have been a lot less damage. sot reni/lobato/flood victim tomorrow afternoon flood victims will have their chance
succeeds.>(catherine) pelosi went on to encourage more women to run for political office and says empowerment begins early with education. ( steve ) about 300-people gathered at a 3-hour rally on the u-c berkeley campus - to mark international women's day and unlike two recent political events in berkeley that brought large crowds...this one ended peacefully( catherine ) the participants had their political messages on full display...kron4's haaziq madyun talked to some of them about the signs they carried... (haaziq)"a new feminism for the 99%"participants at this international women's day rally at uc berkeley wore signs with various political statements like...free abortion on demand, universal childcare now and we are not deportablewhat does that sign mean to you?"we are not deportable is speaking a lot to the heightened anti-immigrant climate here,
thinking about president trump's resurgence of ice and other forms of illegal deportations"carmen irizarry is a puerto rican new yorker in town visiting her sister. her sign is written in spanish "respect my existence of expect my resistance. i had to be here because, going back to the 60's, we did this once before already and i don't want to go backwards. i told my sister we have to go to a demonstration because if i was in new york, back home, i would be at one of the demonstrations"resisting is a theme that resonates with this cal professor of human geography. she doesn't need any signs to get her point across "well i am resisting a lot of things okay. i am with the black lives matter movement. i can't stand the situation in this country where it is possible for police to shoot people, innocent human beings who aren't even in prison. i am also resisting the possibility of cuts to planned parenthood"pamela williams
signs reads end racial profiling"this is my second rally and i am so sad that i haven't did this before because i might have made a bigger difference. i want to be able to tell my children that i stood up for us girls, so they will be able to stand up for their girls because we got a lot of girls in my family"uc police were spotted at a distance keeping an eye on things but they were not needed because when the event ended peacefully... it was pretty clear that these women had things under control...on the cal campus haaziq madyun kron4news
lawrence karnow: it was another beautiful day with even warmer temperatures. it is definitely feeling like spring today. we had plenty of temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s and it should be even warmer tomorrow. doppler radar is still showing some rain will to our north and the pacific northwest. but high pressurre over much of california will keep the weather very mild with highs running 5 to 10 degrees above average. tonight will be mostly clear with some patchy fog moving along the coast and into the bay late tonight. you can see high pressure bulding in for thurdays to make it likely the warmest day of the week. some temperatures inland could reach the mid 70s! if
you plan to travel around the state, you will find warm weather in southern california and into the monterey bay. rain is still likely in far norther california. it still looks great if you want to head up to the mountains to the snow. the roads should be open and highs in lake tahoe will be in the mid 50s into the weekend. so tomorrow will be the warmest day of the week with temperatures in the low to mid 70s inland. i do think we'll see some patchy fog along the coast to kepp highs there much cooler in the low 60s. for the next 7 days the weather looks very nice. right now it looks dry throught the weekend with above normal temperatures. ( steve ) wanted and on the run. the new pictures
from berkeley police of suspects they say are responsible for some of the violence at a protest supporting president donald trump.( catherine ) plus it keeps crumbling and crumbling. the help some east bay residents are asking for before erosion takes out chunks of their houses. áásynopsis promo to watch kron 4 news at 10 pm every night of the week
tonight are looking for six people involved in last weekend's protest over president donald trump that turned violent. they released photos of six suspects who they say were involved in fights during the demonstration. you will see their photos on your screen. most of the fights were brief.. but police want to get these six. a few of them are seen throwing punches... one even appears to be bleeding from the mouth.
(steve) a total of ten people have already been arrested for their involvement in last saturday's protests. police say they also seized numerous weapons some of the demonstrators were carrying including bats, shields and helmets. it had originially been billed as a protest in support of president trump. a counter group showed up as well and that is when things spiraled. (catherine)president trump and first lady melania trump are carrying on some much loved white house traditions... . they've announced details of this years easter egg roll -- on the south lawn. it's scheduled for monday, april 17th. the white house is inviting families with young children to join the president, first lady, and white house staff. . . some members of the public will get free tickets through an online lottery.. this will be the 139th white house easter egg roll. politicians square off over the republicans' plan to overhaul obamacare. the
message to those who fear they could suddenly lose their health insurance. and while we're still waiting to hear if wikileaks documents on c-i-a hacking techniques are authentic, the clue today from apple that may suggest they are real. plus lady liberty goes dark! was this part of women's day celebration... or something else? the explanation being given tonight. why are you deleting these photos?
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francisco, hundreds of (maureen kelly)in san francisco, hundreds of mostly women wearing red gathered in front of san francisco's city hall...to have their voices heard.....they carried signs calling for women to join the resistance....and to persist.....many of those at the rally say they took the day of work or school to show their power....a second march brought crowds to circle the us immigration and customs enforcement building calling for a stop to deporations. those here say the struggle of women and immigrants in this country are linked.maureen kelly kron4 news
summary: two more suspects appear before a judge for the murder of little league coach frank navarrowho was stabbed to death last month while working security at the tres gringos nightclub. two of suspects, brothers santos trevino who is alleged to have done the stabbing and joseph esquivel made their first court appearance wednesday afternoon members of navarro's family were in the courtroom . (philippe dejgal) here in sunnyvale... the department of public safety releasing a photo of a suspicious car wanted in connection with the 20-14 homicide of 20-year-old ernesto castro... who was gunned down here in encinal park. the photo the result of a tip generated from the 20- thousand dollar reward offered for any information leading to an arrest and conviction in this case announced two weeks ago. the car described as a 1990s gold or tan honda civic or accord... with a
sunroof and seven spooked rims. castro was the lone homicide for this city in 20- 14. in sunnyvale, philippe djegal, kron four news. here in san jose, victims of the coyote creek flood are invited to a public hearing thursday where they hope to learn exactly what happened and why. city and county officials along with flood control experts from the santa clara valley water district will also attend. mayor sam liccardo says the meeting has two objectives. one: to shine a light on mistakes that were made in assessing the potential for flooding andthe city's response. and two: to develop what he calls an 'action plan' tomake sure it never happens again. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news (terisa sot)terisa estacio - here in marin county - a big mudslide shuts down sir francis drake at baywood canyon. in fact, this is the 4rth time according to public works crews that the hill has given way this season. so
( catherine ) the wiki- leaks dump of thousands of documents....claiming the c-i-a is hackinginto our phones and smart t-v's....has prompted an investigation overseas. german prosecutors are now looking into a report that suggests a u-s consulate in frankfurt is serving as a base for hackers. they say the investigation is "standard procedure".... they're also part of the effort to try to verify the authenticity of the leaked documents. a statement from apple today might lend some credibility to the wikileaks documents. apple says it has already fixed some flaws in its i-phones and i-pads..... the cupertino company says that after the latest operating system update -- it willbe harder to hack the devices. the wikileaks documents claim the c-i-a can hack our smart phones and tablets throughundisclosed software flaws --- turning them into spying devices.
as for claims of similar flaws in android devices - google has not publicly responded yet. ( steve ) republicans' obamacare replacement made its debut on capitol hill today. details are fuzzy and democrats are outraged. but republicans say they feel confident.( catherine ) national correspondent chance seales talked to the powerful members of congress, who will decide the fate of america's health care system. ((nats - rep. kevin brady)) obamacare is collapsing... ((vo))president trump is certain that congress will pass the "american health care act" -- his replacement for obamacare((pres. trump))we're going to do something that's great and i'm proud to support the replacement plan.((vo))but at two separate congressional hearings democrats tried to slam on the brakes.((rep. lloyd doggett / d-texas))it impacts too many lives to have a bill jammed through in the same manner as president trump's bungled immigration order((vo))the republican bill would eliminate certain elements that help low-income and older americans . but congressman diane black says it would still cover pre- existing conditions and ban
lifetime caps.((rep. diane black / r-tennessee))if they're on a plan right now we're not pulling a rug out from under their feet. we're making sure there's a glide path and that they're going to be cared for.((vo))and tom reed of new york says this all comes down to fulfilling a campaign promise.((rep. tom reed / r-new york))what we're trying to do is empower people, empower choice, and trying to drive these costs down when it comes to health insurance.((chance seales / washington))house leaders expect to hold votes later this month despite objections from conservative republicans over the bill's costs. then it heads over to the senate, where it faces even longer odds. at the capitol, i'm chance seales. this is a live look right now at san francisco's city hall. it is marking international women's day tonight... it is all lit up in purple. the building frequently changes color to mark various events and celebrations.
lawrence karnow: it was another beautiful day with even warmer temperatures. it is definitely feeling like spring today. we had plenty of temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s and it should be even warmer tomorrow. doppler radar is still showing some rain will to our north and the pacific northwest. but high pressurre over much of california will keep the weather very mild with highs running 5 to 10 degrees above average. tonight will be mostly clear with some patchy
fog moving along the coast and into the bay late tonight. you can see high pressure bulding in for thurdays to make it likely the warmest day of the week. some temperatures inland could reach the mid 70s! if you plan to travel around the state, you will find warm weather in southern california and into the monterey bay. rain is still likely in far norther california. it still looks great if you want to head mountains to the snow. the roads should be open and highs in lake tahoe will be in the mid 50s into the weekend. so tomorrow will be the warmest day of the week with in the low to i do think we'll see some along the coast to kepp much cooler in for the next 7 days the weather looks very nice. right now it looks dry throught the weekend with lights out for lady liberty! was the iconic statue in on celebrating international women's day... or was this part of something else. find out what caused her to go dark. it's just a date. i can stay. i'm good. i won't be late hey mom. yeah.
goes dark?catherinethat's what happened last night. . . lady liberty suffered a partial power outage. some took to social media...speculat ing that it was deliberately done for today's "a day without a woman" protest. but no - it was simply human error. the crown and torch kept shining. . .while other parts were dark until the problem was fixed around midnight. still to come - some 'intentional' power outages -
as workers install a new emergency generator. (catherine) in sports...the men's pac-12 tournament got underway today... we'll show you how stanford and cal did. (steve) plus... we are less than 24 hours away from the n-f-l free agency period to begin... gary will tell us which players are expected to santa clara and join kyle shanahan and john lynch... he has that story and all the sports coming up.
a roster together with the addition of four free agents. they can't officially hire any free agent until tommorow at one in the afternoon when the new league year starts. kyle shanahan will be bringing some familiar faces to santa clara. brian hoyer will be the team's first quarterback on the roster....he's expected to sign a multi-year contract. shanahan was his offensive coordinator in cleveland... where he threw more than 3- thousand yards. the niners will also add pierre garcon and marquise goodwin... the pair of wideouts will add speed to the team's offense. lastly, they've agreed to terms with pro bowl fullback kyle juszcayk to a four year deal worth 21-million dollars. again nothing can me made official
until tommorow afternoon. the warriors are hosting the celtics tonight at oracle arena. one of the biggest stories we're following tonight is matt barnes return to oracle. barnes played with the warriors from 2006- 2008. his biggest highlight with the team came into 2007 when golden state beat the number one seed mavericks in the playoffs. the warriors brought him back following kevin durant knee injury.
lonzo ball's father, lavaar believes his son will be better than steph. during shootaround today steph was asked about his comments and didn't seem to concern. curry believes all three of his son's will be great nba players, but made it clear he didn't want to talk about it. in the last several weeks ball senior said his son would be better with the warriors right now than the reigning two-time mvp.
his right fubula in the first minute of the game. the team announced today he won't need surgery. the pac 12 tournament started today... cuonzo matin and the golden bear were taking arizona state. second half- matt dahlen kept the beavers close... makes the layup to make it a two point game. jabari bird finisehd the game with 20 points... he slams it in... to lead the way to a golden bearsa win. final: 67-62 cal
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kron 4. we just got an email from the napa county sheriff's office about a problem with a-t-and-t cell phones not being able to call 9-1-1. apparently there are other parts of the country experiencing the same problem. ( catherine ) texas is reporting problems, along with florida, tennessee and washington, d.c. we are
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