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they shoulda been residents of francisco's shocked to sold to a ... who may whoosh wireless on its but the deal is to everyone.bart police say this man is behind a pair of vicious unprovoked attacks on riders are glad he's in custody ... but question why now at eight ... bart police say this man is behind a pair of vicious unprovoked attacks on passengers.riders are glad he's in custody ... but question why bart didn't release these pictures sooner they shoulda released it they day they got it /// shoulda been soonerwhooshresidents of one of san francisco's most exclusive neighborhoods shocked to find out their street been sold to a private owner ... who may start charging them to use it.whoosh a major wireless carrier has slashed prices on its unlimited data plan.but the deal is not available to everyone.find out if you qualify you're watching kron four news in prime time. (pam) suspected in not one -- but two vicious attacks on bart. police release these surveillance photos of a suspect. then just hours later -- make an arrest.(pam) thank you for joining us i'm pam moore.(steve) and i'm steve aveson. bart put out the surveillance photos this morning. something they have declined to do since installing new cameras on trains. but less than three hours after
releasing them --- they arrested mario washington.. in connection with two separate attacks. one where he allegedly used a metal object to hit a passenger at the bay fair station.(pam) kron-4's spencer blake joins us live tonight from dublin... and spencer considering how fast they made an arrest --- does bart plan on releasing more video in the future? there seems to be a little confusion on that.for previous crimes, like the ones where - in some cases - dozens of teens rushed a train and robbed and assaulted people, bart has said they won't release the images because the suspects are minors.they also said to release videos of the mob of teens would create racial tensions and bias on the trains.at this morning's press conference, reporters asked bart officials if, after
seeing the success of releasing the photos today, they would start releasing more.here's what a spokesmane had to say. "the bart board has begun the consideration of a police that would set guidelines for releasing video and releasing images." so i tracked down bart director robert raburn, who is also vice-president of the board this year, to ask about that policy, or potential guidelines. "can you confirm that is something that a committee is working on? are you aware of it?no, i haven't. that's the first i've heard that there's a draft policy for video guidelines."(vo) raburn did also say it's possible there's talk about those guidelines in a committee that he's not a part of.i also asked if we might one day reach the point where
images of criminal suspects are ever posted on trains or in stations.raburn said bart protects the privacy of its passengers, and therefore won't be releasing images willy-nilly. while the board makes policy, raburn also pointed out that he's not the chief of bart police, who has to make a lot of the decisions surrounding this issue.live in at the dublin pleasanton station, spencer blake, kron four news. (steve) thank you spencer for that report. (steve) an east bay man says he did not know it at the time.. but he actually helped the suspect last night near the millbrae bart station.
yeah, what do you need? he said, can you buy me some food, i'm hungry) i mean what if i gave him a bad time and told him you don't look like you're missing a meal, you look like a fit guy, what's your story. i mean what if he would have attacked me?)> now the moment kron-4 learned about the suspect's arrest --you were the first to know. (steve) we sent an alert about the arrest at 10-58 this morning. stay connected on breaking news in your neighborhood by downloading the kron-4 mobile app today. and track developments at kron-4 dot com. (steve) the san francico police department said today that they have made two arrests in connection to the fatal shooting of a 71-year-old man on twin peaks last month.(pam) investigators also now believe that the suspects may have been involved in another armed robbery a few days after the twin peaks shooting.kron
4's charles clifford is live tonight in san francisco with an update. charles. . . well, sfpd says that two suspects in a robbery were arrested last week and that those same individuals have now been charged with the homicide last month on twin peaks. the san francisco police department says that 19 year-old lamonte mims of patterson, california and 20 year-old fantasy decuir of san francisco have been charged with the murder of 71-year-old edward french.on the morning of sunday, july 16th .71-year-old french was found on twin peaks suffering from a single gunshot wound. he later died at the hospital. witnesses in the area at the time reported seeing two people fleeing the area. french's camera was also taken during the attack.a few days later on july 28th, a 53 year-old male and a 33 year-old female were robbed at gunpoint near st marys cathedral along geary boulevard. the thieves took a camera and wallet. during the investigation into that case, police identified mims and decuir as the suspects and
they were arrested on august 3rd and charged with robbery and conspiracy.since the arrests, investigators say they have been able to connect both suspects to the twin peaks homicide. police say the two crimes were very similar but that they also found additional evidence.sotthere has to be more than one similarity in the commission of the crime. in this case we looked at surveillance footage, to witnesses statements that were obtained, to evidence at the scene.on monday, both mims and decuir were charged homicide. mims is also a convicted felon who is now facing additional charges of being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon in a vehicle, and committing an offense while out on bail. no evidence that the pair were involved in additional crimes. in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news. (pam) a chicago man who surrendered to bay area authorities ... will go back to chicago to face murder charges. wyndham lathem is
accused of stabbing a 26- year-old man to death ... a man with whom he was having a relationship. kron 4's dan kerman ... at the east county hall of justice in dublin... with what happened in court today. chicago murder suspects monday 0807178pkgappearing before a judge at the east county hall of justice in dublin, 42 year old former northwestern university professor wyndham lathem waived extradition and will go to chicago to face murder charges in connection with the killing of this man, 26 year old trenton cornell- duranleau. cornell-duranleau was found stabbed to death inside the suspect's chicago apartment on july 27th. police have said the two had a personal relationship. sot kenneth wine/lathem's attorney 27-35hopefully the case comes out in the courtroom as it should and the speculation and rumors stop so that this man can get a fair trial. that's what we're really concerned aboutinvestigators say after the murder, lathem sent a video to friends and relatives apologizing for his involvement in the crime which he called the "biggest mistake of my life." friends of his were in the courtroom, but
chose not to speak to the media as they exited the courthouse. however, his attorney did speak sot he has people who adore him and have known him for decades and they all refer to him as an intelligent kind gentle soul and i think as the case progresses you will see that side of him.during monday's hearing where cameras were not allowed, lathem's attorney asserted his clients 5th and 6th amendment rights, in preparation for his journey back to chicago.soti want to make clear to the chicago authorities they are not to be asking him questions outside the presence of counsel. also under arrest in san francisco, this man andrew warren. police say warren, who is from great britain and lathem are seen on surveillance video leaving lathem's apartment building the day of the stabbing. authorities say the two drove 80 miles northwest of chicago to lake geneva, wisconsin where one made a 1- thousand dollar cash donation to the local library in
cornell-duranleau's name. the two suspects then disappeared for 8 days before surrendering friday night in the bay area (pam) oakland police are investigating a shooting that injured several people - and tonight, the gunman remains at large. the shooting happened yesterday afternoon in oakland... on 106th avenue near 'e' street. police say, multiple male victims were taken to the hospital - suffering from gunshot wounds. all of the victims are listed in stable condition. police have not yet made any arrests nor released any suspect descriptions .. (steve) a grass fire near grizzly peak boulevard in the east bay hills is now 100 percent contained. multiple fire departments worked together over the weekend and this morning to contain the 20 acre fire. it is being investigate as a possible
arson. on thursday, uc berkeley officers arrested a person who fled the scene of a crash on grizzly peak boulevard near where the fire began. police haven't said whether that incident is related to the blaze. (pam) brittney is here with the weather for the week high pressure over the desert southwest will strengthen slightly over the next few days, resulting in somewhat warmer temperatures across our region for the remainder of the week. for the most part, expect temperatures near seasonal averages through the week and into next weekend, along with dry weather conditions. (pam) after a falling branch struck a mother and her child at menlo college... fire crews will now be inspecting trees (pam) after a falling
branch struck a mother and her child at menlo college... fire crews will now be inspecting trees throughout the campus.(pam) this is video of the branch that fell onto jasmine garcia, and two-year-old (zee-lynn) zealyn. both were at a company picnic. jasmine has a broken toe, while her daughter suffers from a fractured skull. the toddler had to undergo surgery on her eyelid. fire crews say, the branch was 50- feet long and three-feet in diameter. ahead at eight.. a fast- food spot in san francisco plagued by crime. tonight... hear a city leader's potential solution. plus. the hunt is on
for a serial bank robber in the bay area. the reward being offered for the so - called "smiling face bandit" and next. a local neighborhood up in arms after their street is sold in an auction --- now there are worries about what the private buyer might do with the land. putting news first. pam moore. steve aveson. brittney shipp. and gary radnich. the kron4 news at 10 every night.
(steve) new tonight at 8 an upscale san francisco city block was sold to a south bay couple.presidio terrace was auctioned off after taxes went unpaid. but homeowners of the multimillion dollar properties say, the city was sending the bills to a wrong address for decades. (pam) (2sh kron 4's ella sogomonian is live at presidio terrace... those who live there are in distress tonight over the purchase of their street..ella? they are in shock that the city had auctioned off this cul de sac street in front of their homes leaving them vulnerable to the whim of the new owners who could now charge for parking if they want -that's one option. for just over 90 thousand dollars a couple tina lam and michael cheng purchased presidio terrace street in an auction. apparently thirty years of unpaid property taxes led up to this eventa blow to the wealthy community here who could clearly afford the $14
annual fee.but homeowners say they were never notified that the city was sending bills to an old address that no longer existed. and without any other notice the street was sold off. residents gathered tonight in private to talk amongst themselves but refused interviews because of a pending lawsuit by their home owner's association against the city and the new street owners.but neighbors who live across the way were also stunned by the sale. sot: stephen saine, neighbor// "that department should have said something's been going on here there's been a mistake let's at least reach out give them a way to correct it. i mean you can see the homes are very nice it's an affluent group of people i'm assuming they could have probably fixed it in a day. ((take vo))the tax collector's office and city treasurer have not responded to kron 4 news. in the meantime the board will decide whether to approve a hearing to rescind the sale planned for the end of october. tonight at 10 we will hear from straight from the new owner michael cheng. live in san francisco ella sogomonian kron 4 news.
(pam) while most mcdonald's are known for selling billions of burgers ... a mcdonald's in the city's haight neighborhood is the scene of drug- dealing, fights and shootings. in fact, there have been thousands of crime- related complaints over the years. (steve) but kron 4's vicki liviakis talks with san francisco supervisor london breed who wants to change that... she's sick and tired of this particular crime-riddled mcdonald's. ...thanks for joining us, steve? (or vicki liviakis kron 4 news)
offering up to 3-thousand dollars in their hunt for a serial bank robber. federal investigators say this man is wanted in six bank robberies. he's dubbed the "smiling face bandit". the robberies happened between may 20-th and just past saturday august 5-th. each time - the man hands the bank teller a note demanding money-- sometimes threatening that he had a weapon. up to 3-thousand dollars is being offered for information leading to the robber's identification, arrest and conviction. ( pam) a live look outside.. sfo tongiht..(steve) brittney has the forecast..
high pressure over the desert southwest will strengthen slightly over the next few days, resulting in somewhat warmer temperatures across our region for the remainder of the week. for the most part, expect temperatures near seasonal averages through the week and into next weekend, along with dry weather conditions. ahead at 8. two officers wait in line the hear ahead at 8. two
another epic event for steph curry. the mvp catches all of us up on his memorable summer. plus the giants hosting the world champion cubs. we'll have an early update from at&t park." ((steve))here's what we're tracking tonight at ten...it's a "green rush" in the sierra! a marijana dispensary near lake tahoe is now selling recreational pot...and folks are lining up to get their hands on it.and that means big business for its neighbors. hear from people who have come from all over the united states to check out tahoe's firest and only pot shot. that's tonight on kron 4 news at ten. our collaboration with pg&e is centered around public safety.
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unlimited data plans for people of a certain age. ((steve cross))kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate is here to fill us in on who can qualify for this discount. ((gabe on camera live)) this new unlimited data plan is for people 55 years or olderit's a really good deal.. especially for those retired.. on a fixed income..here's the breakdown.. ((pkg)) ((pkg))later this week t-mobile will begin offering a new wireless plan.. 2 phone lines of unlimited data for $60 a month. and that includes all fees and taxes. the only catch is you have to be 55 or older.t-mobile's ceo john legere posted this video online explaining why they are doing this sot - t-mobile - "i'm talking about the way the wireless industry treats the boomers.. it's insulting " he went onto mock the way some carriers try to appeal to the older generation through simple phones with big buttons. right now, there
are more than 93 million americans in the u.s. over age 55 this is a smart move by t-mobile to go for that business. i am betting by the end the week one or two of the other big carriers will announce a similar deal but for now let's compare this new t-mobile deal to the other hot current specials out there sprint is currently offering unlimited data for one year if you bring in your phone that is being used with a competitor and switch to them.. from a competitor and switch to them. after the first year the price would be $100 for two lines. so unless you're already on sprint you may want to consider doing that for a year and then switching over to t-mobile's 55 plus plan that would save the most money verizon offers 2 lines of unlimited for $140 a monthand at&t offers that for $115/ month . at&t have both recently lowered their prices to sprint and t-mobile looks like they do that again.. atleast for the boomers. with your tech report gabe slate kron 4 news. (steve) employee's with google are starting to question the company's
internal culture... after a sexist manifesto was published by an employee. (steve) the 33-hundred word manifesto which was leaked last week discusses how women are not biologically fit for tech jobs. google says the manifesto was written by a male software engineer. the company says at least 20-percent of tech positions are occupied by women. this comes after a public outcry for lack of diversity in the tech industry. ahead at eight.. north korea vowing harsh retaliation against the u-s after being punished the u-n. the new sanctions they are facing. plus. a woman goes to the e-r complaining of severe pain...what doctors ended up finding inside her intestines--- that had been there for a decade! and next. kidnapped and drugged== then threatened to be sold as a sex slave on the dark web. a british woman
"i've been through a terrifying experience. i feared for my life. second by second. minute by minute. hour by hour."(pam) a british model says, was kidnapped in italy ... held for ransom.... and put up for auction as a sex slave. chloe ayling's bizarre story made tabloid headlines around the world.as vicki liviakis reports, those same tabloids are now questioning that story. "i'm incredibly grateful for the italian and uk authorities for all they have done to secure my safe release. chloe ayling says she arrived in milan for a photo shoot arranged by her agent.when she showed up at this abandoned store, she says someone
injected her with the animal tranquilizer ketamine and stuffed her in a duffel bag. the italian police provided this reconstruction.she says she was taken to this remote farmhouse and chained to a wooden dresser..her abductors contacted her agent and demanded 300=thousand dollars. otherwise they said she would be sold as a sex slave by a group called "black death" operating on the dark or deep web. "that's the part of the web that's not indexed... there is so much of the web that we can't just google for. "she says she was saved by an instagram picture of her with her young child.this man drove her to the british consulate in milan, saying his group respected motherhood.police arrested him, and identified him as a polish national living in england.italian police have accepted her story. evidence seized at the farmhouse included the duffle bag, handcuffs and this flyer. but now a friend of ayling is saying she knew her abductor before ... they had met in paris in april.there are questions about how her arm could be injected when she was wearing a long=sleeved leather jacket,and even more strange ... a witness says her kidnapper took her shopping for shoes.an italian newspaper says she burst into tears when police asked her about that.for now, she says she is keeping mumi've just arrived home after spending four weeks in italy and haven't had time to gather my thoughts. i'm not at liberty to say anything further until i have been debriefed by the u-k police."vicki liviakis, kron four news
(steve) north korea is vowing to make the "u-s pay dearly" as the u-n approves the toughest sanctions yet against the country. the new punishment includes a ban on coal and other exports worth more than one billion dollars. north korea says the sanctions will never force them to give up their nuclear program. and while the u-s is focused on diplomacy.. with two recent intercontinental ballistic missile launches---all options are on the table.
potentially including military action. u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson is in the philippines..where he said north korea 'must'give up its missile launches. (pam) president trump's big weekend win against north korea -- quickly buried by a flurry of tweets today. first -- president trump took on the new york times ... calling the paper quote "totally inept"... for publishing a story suggesting vice president mike pence, has been quietly eyeing a run for president in 2020. then fueled by an appearance on c-n-n's "new day"... the president engaged in a tweet battle with senate democrat richard blumenthal... calling blumenthal " a phony vietnam con artist!".. the senator served in the marine corps reserves ... but in 2010 said he had served in vietnam. the president then turned his twitter attention to the national polls... showing his sinking numbers. the president said .. the 'trump base is stronger than ever before... despite fake news polling.'
(pam) a shocking discovery causes one australian women to undergo surgery.(steve) doctors had to surgically remove dental wire from the woman's stomach... ten years after she swallowed it.(steve) this is the x-ray image of the woman's stomach. doctors say the 30-year-old woman showed up at an emergency room complaining of cramping and abdominal pain twice. doctors say a seven-centimeter piece of wire punctured her bowel. the woman says she has not worn braces in over ten years. (steve) a live look outside at golden gate bridge ..(pam) brittney has forecast high pressure over the desert southwest will strengthen slightly over the next few days, resulting in somewhat warmer temperatures across our region for the remainder of the week. for the most part, expect temperatures near seasonal averages through the week and into next weekend, along with dry weather conditions.
(steve) one of the main goals at police departments...is to keep people safe on the roads... and slowing down is certainly one of the ways to do that. (pam) but one city in the south bay has a rather different approach.. an unusual eye- catching method of getting drivers to slow down.. we sent stanley roberts to take a closer look .. the backroads of saratoga nats: ambiancewhere paying attention can keep you from getting hit by a bus nats: ambiance you need to watch out for the deer and the narrow roads.nats: ambiance in fact they recommend you navigate some of the roads at 22 miles per hour sound of car skidding
wait does this sign really say 22 miles per hour i widh there was someone id could ask about this but in out in the middle of nowhere can i take a picture ahh don't get hit by the truck .ask and you shall receive it's an odd number, usually it's either 15 or 25 so it's kinda odd .actually they do have 15 miles per hour . oh wait that 14 . there has to be a 15 mile per hour sign some where . what this one says 16 .. they totally skipped 15 what the heck. this sign reads 19 . and this one 21 maybe im in the twilight zone whats up with that so people recognize the difference between a 25 and a 19 mile and hour sign long before there was the catch phrase traffic calming there was hey look at this weird sign approach . that was some time in the early 70 traffic engineers figured out that if they use odd numbers it would catch people's attentions .. but does it i've never noticed them (never noticed them thyier like 22 miles per hour i6 one was 14 no i don't knowthat a great question i yanked out my trusty radar detector to see if the traffic calming from the 70's was still working. over at the 16 miles per hour dign i got an 30 at the 14. i got a 22 and at the 22 i got a 36 now since the signs are yellow they are only reccommended speeds but they apply to all modes of transportation.. not just trucks so you know it's yellow? yellow mean cautionary. caution slow down now it was black and white that means what ahhh black and
♪ [vo] your summer moment awaits you now that the summer of audi sales event is here. audi will cover your first month's lease payment on select models during the summer of audi sales event. some new yorkers are now boycotting dunkin donuts. (steve) this... after two nypd detectives were allegedly denied service at the popular dessert shop. according to the officers, an employee behind the counter ignored the them and tried the man behind them in line. the man responded that the detectives were ahead of him in line. the employee allegedly answered "yeah, i
know, but i don't serve cops." mayor bill de blasio commented on the incident, saying that refusing service is "illegal" and "unacceptable." dunkin' donuts and the owner of that particular store has apologized for what happened (pam) an unlikely friendship between an officer and the man he arrested ... creating a unique story in wisconsin... (pam) byron cowan was arrested last year after posting on facebook anti- police threats. this comes after the shooting of unarmed african -american driver - philando castile. cowan was interrogated by detective chad stillman. the two put aside racial tensions brought on by society and began to pray. the two continue to spread their message of love in hopes of easing tensions between police and the public. (steve)in sports... we will update you on the ganits... as they take on the defending world series champions on national television...(pam)... and steph curry talks about his very busy summer, his new record contract, defening the n-b-a title... and coaching
the ability to go anywhere you want. drivable and movable. really just being able to travel the country. according to the recreational vehicle industry association, r.v. ownership has reached record levels in the u.s.. nearly 9 million households now own an rv.and millennials are among those enjoying the freedom of the open road. natpop"the freedom."standup tashanea whitlow"diamond rv in hatfield told 22news, over the last decade they've been seeing more people in their early 20's and 30's buying rvs." sot marc labrecque, president diamond rv"i'm second generation in this business
and i've seen a lot of second and third generation customers coming in now. so, the children of the previous buyers are coming in now and they love the lifestyle."a lifestyle that starts at 13- thousand dollars, and can go as high as half a million dollars to ride in high style. sot josh fleming, south hadley "now a days the technology in these things you can almost camp in them without any power. so it's allowing you to travel on a cheaper budget." diamond rv told 22news millennials make up 40% of those sales, with most buying travel trailers which can attach to the back of your car. they come equipped with a kitchenette and can sleep six sot chris monteiro, amherst "just that idea. it's a wonderful thought to be able to travel and have your home with you."association, account for 87% new tonight at ten... what's wrong with the tap water?that's what many people are saying in
contra costa county... after reports of water tasting funny and smelling unusual from normal. kron 4's jr stone went to get some answers... find out what the water district is saying about it... tonight on kron 4 news at ten. from touring asia to golfing alongside pros, steph curry is having the summer of a lifetime. and now he's starting to make his way back to the hardwood. another big week for curry as he is hosting his fourth annual 'sc30 select camp'...which featues top-high school players from around the nation. it's a three-day long adventure...happening in walnut creek. one of the special additions to this year's agenda is the 'sc30 select showcase'--- which is a game happening tomorrow night at kezar pavilion. the event will be nationally televised... and steph is coaching against his brother seth. "we haven't done much x's and o's, but we are obviously very competitive in nature. so we don't want to
lose. i feel like my penmanship is much better so i feel i'll be able to draw up better plays on the white board. hopefully i won't be like coach kerr and break them every so often. but it will be fun to get out there in that environment in san francisco, watch these kids battle it out, at the end of the day i'm pretty sure coaching won't be the difference of who wins and loses but to us it will matter.: and steph talked about all sorts of topics today, especially since he's had such an eventful last few months. shortly after winning the title, the organization signed curry to a 5-year, supermax contract....making him the league's first 200-million dollar player. a deal which was a no brainer for the four-time all-star and two-time mvp. here's curry...on the first thing he did after finding out about his contract while on vacation. "i think i flew
my drone over like the hotel resort and took some pictures, that's all i did, i was, where was i at? i was in turks, so it was good time with my family. for us to win another championship, we are going to have to face everbody as the come on the schedule, we know just cause we are the champs and you know had a great season last year doesn't mean we can just show up next year and sleep walk through the regular season, we got to really stay in the moment, put forth the effort come training camp to get better, get back to our flow understand the western conference is gonna be tough and winning a championship is always hard not matter what the situation is. and after the vacation to turks, curry went on an expedition to asia.... it was part of a promotional tour with under armour. he made three stops in china and also visited south korea. once that was over, it was back to the states where he went to harrison barnes' wedding in rhode island... then, last week-- he made his pro golf
debut at tpc stonebrae. a respectable outing on the links for curry..as he shot 74- in each of the first two rounds "i only got three months to get it all in so there's some joy in every opportunity i have, obviously its a lot of great things going on and i'm gonna enjoy every minute of it and get some good sleep get some good workouts in, get ready for next year, but that's just kind of how i go." to the majors--giants hosting the world champion cubs. let's give you an update from at&t park. here we go--the cubbies...back of an inside-the-park home run by javier baez and the pitching of jake arrieta... up 5-0 in the 5th inning switching gears now--this season hasn't yielded many historic moments, but exactly 10-years-ago today, this happened. switching gears now--giants hosting the
cubs tonight. this season hasn't yielded many historic moments, but exactly 10- years-ago today, this happened. "and bassett winds and deals. and bonds hits it high! hits it deep! it is out of here!! 756!!!" august 7th, 2007. barry hank aaron to become baseball's all-time home runs number 756. a crowning achievement for the 7-time- mvp, and 14-time all-star... but one that's also drenched in controvery due to the slugger's involvement with performance enhancing drugs. regardless-- bonds set the final record at 762, but he has repeatedly been denied entry into the hall of fame. finally, nose tackle vince wilfork is a spokesman for kingsford charcoal. today-- the 300-plus pounder announced his retirement...the only way he could. no more cleats, he's moving on to smoked meats. the five-time pro bowler also announced that he's organizing
a farewell tailgate party at the patriots regular season opener. he spent 11-years in new england...before playing the last two seasons in houston. i'm the one clocking in... when you're clocking out. sensing your every move and automatically adjusting to help you stay effortlessly comfortable. there. i can also help with this. does your bed do that? oh. i don't actually talk. though i'm smart enough to. i'm the new sleep number 360 smart bed. let's meet at a sleep number store.
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degusting! i think it's probably happening all over the city a different form of illegal dumping in west oakland, except this time the culpret returns to clean up the mess literely but is it too late? i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly (steve)law and order s-v-u ... is next then, we are back at 10:00 with the day's big stories...including people behaving badly mark carpenter has sports.. and your four zone weather
forecast with brittney shipp. it's the kron 4 news at ten ... right here on the bay area's news station. tesla is look to raise one-and-a-half billion dollars so it can ramp up production of its new model 3. billed as an affordable electric car... the model -3 started rolling off the assembly line last month at the company's bay area plant. the demand is relatiively high... with about 500-thousand people on the waiting list. tesla says, it hopes to be producing about 5-thousand cars a week... by the end of the year. by offering bonds to raise cash... the company is betting on an even bigger increase. to put things in perspective... tesla made a total of about 84-thousand vehicles last year. the model- 3 has a price tag of 35-thousand dollars... but with federal tax credits... the price starts at about 27-thousand.
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