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sf on crissy field rally 5pkg in the wake of the violence in charlottesville, virginia, san francisco wants to stop an alt-right rally scheduled for august 26th at crissy field. sot ed lee/san francisco mayor 09-13we are not welcoming this group into san francisco to promite hateat a news conference at city hall tuesday afternoon, san francsico's mayor was joined by the president of the board of supervisors and the police chief to demand the u.s. park service reevaluate its decision to issue a permit or at the very least require specific condition to keep the city and its residents safesot we believe without these conditions it will be like yelling fire in a crowded theater and people will be placed in danger and we don't want that to happen in our city on its facebook page the group patriot prayer bills the rally
as a "day of freedom, spirituality, unity, pace and patriotism. " and group member joey gibson has posted a video saying this is not a white supremicist rally .sot joey gibson/patriot prayer 57-107lets talk about logic , we have a black speaker a hispanic speaker we got an asian, we got a brown man right here and a transsexual and we aren't talking about race we are talking about america , freedom and love and godbut san francisco mayor ed lee isn't buying it.sotpeople are coming here to comit violence, not to have an academic dialogue, not to have a fire chat on difrferences of opinion, they are coming here to promote violence. they are aiming their guns at our people and we're going to stop them. (vicki) house democractic leader
- nancy pelosi is now asking the national park service to reconsider allowing an alt-right white supremacist rally to happen at san francisco's crissy field. pelosi releasing this statement this morning... quote - "i am deeply alarmed by the hateful and dangerous nature of the event, its timing so soon after the horrors in charlottesville, and the serious questions over whether the national park service is at all equipped to ensure public safety during a white supremacist rally. "we must wonder, where is the decision to permit a white supremacist rally in a national park being made? at the national park service? in the department of the interior? or under guidance from the white house? (vicki) and a day after
the crissy field event...a separate pro-trump rally is planned in berkeley. (grant) it's titled "no to marxism in america" -- and will be held at berkeley's martin luther king, jr. civic center. it will begin at one in the afternoon on sunday august 27th. that rally will be met with a counter protest at u-c berkeley. the "bay area rally against hate" is scheduled to take place at 10:30 in the morning. (grant) you may remember - earlier this year- a pro trump rally at civic center park in berkeley turned violent. several weapons were confiscated, 11 people were injured and seven of those people were taken to hospitals. 20 people were arrested during the april event. "blame, yes. i think there's blame on both sides. you look at you look at both sides i think there's blame on both sides and i have no doubt about it. and neither do you!" (vicki)a stunning about=face
from the president who just yesterday condemned neo=nazis for the deadly violence in charlottesville.today the president lashed out at what he called the alt=left ... saying counterprotestors were also responsible.( grant )and he defended some of the people who attended the rally.pam moore in the newsroom with the president's angry pushback against his critics. (pam) an extraordinary scene in the lobby of trump tower this afternoon.the president doubling down on his controversial statement last weekend, that the alt=right supporters who rallied in charlottesville.... were only partially responsible for the deadly violence. "what about the alt-left, they came charging at what you say the alt-right. do they have any semblance of guilt? what about they came charging, clubs in hand, swinging clubs. do they have any problem? i think they do."he praised the
torch=carrying marchers on friday night."not all of those people were neo-nazis, believe me. not all of those people were white supremacists, by any stretch. those people were also there because they wanted to protest the taking down of the statue of robert e. lee." and he signalled his opposition to what he called an attempt to change history. "this week, it's robert e. lee. i noticed that stonewall jackson is coming down. i wonder is it george washington next week? is it thomas jefferson the week after? you know, you do really have to ask yourself where does it stop?"asked about the driver who killed a counter=protestor by driving into a crowd ... he refused to call it domestic terrorism."then you get into legal semantics. the driver of the car is a murderer. and what he did was a horrible, horrible inexcusable thing." the day began with this presidential retweet showing a c=n=n reporters being run down by a trump train.it was quickly taken down ... but
hours later, the president was unabashedly hostile to the network "wait a minute i'm not finished, i'm not finished, fake news. that was a horrible day. .. i will tell you something. i watched those very closely ... much more closely than you people watched it. and you had a group on one side that was bad and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent. and nobody wants to say it, but i will say it right now. you had a group on the other side that came charging in without a permit and they were very very violent." (pam) the president's remarks drew a thank=you tweet from white supremacist david duke.the former leader of the ku klux klan wrote, -' thank you
president trump for your honesty & courage to tell the truth about charlottesville .... and condemn the leftist terrorists" in the black lives matter and antifa movements.back to you in the studio (vicki) this afternoon, u-s congresswoman anna eshoo stopped by the kron four newsroom. we talked about a range of topics - but none hotter than president trump... and his statements about the tragedy of charlottsville. here's a clip from our conversation - where she was moved to tears. (stop) ...i believe that we will...(vicki) coming up at 6pm... the
congresswoman talks about who holds the real power in washington right now - congress or the president or is it someone else... her answer might surprise you. that's on the kron 4 news at 6. (grant) a website hosting company is fighting back against a department of justice search warrant. dreamhost claims the warrant would require them to turn over information on visitors to a website used to organize protests áagainst president trump. dreamhost said it's been working with the d-o-j to comply with legal process for months. it said federal prosecutors are seeking "all records" related to the website "disrupt j-20 dot org." the site organized protests against the trump administration in january. dreamhost says the request goes against the first amendment -- which guarantees freedom of speech. a court hearing on the matter is scheduled for friday.
(grant) and our coverage of the violence in charlottesville continues on the web. there you can stay up to speed on the local alt-right rallies set to happen here in the bay area. also, more of the president's defiant press conference today. it's all on kron-4-dot-com. (vicki) we are following breaking out of san francisco. police are invesitgating a shooting - shortly after 4 this afternoon... on howard and 5th streets. kron four's spencer blake joins us live now from the scene - with more on this developing situation. spencer? (grant) (grant) a program that
coming up - find out how several states, including california, hope to save the program. (vicki) then, the alameda county sheriff's department is in hot water tonight. what they tweeted - that has upset several people tonight. (brittney) i'm chief meteorologist brittney shipp, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
ly, the beloved owner of a jim's liquors... who was gunned down on august 7th. the man accused of that murder was in court today. kron four's rob fladeboe is live at the hall of justice with the latest. rob? it's fairly standard procedure for the court to allow cameras into the courtroom for the arraignment of suspects in high interest cases like this one. but after approving our request the judge revoked the order without explanation and the arraignment went on as scheduled. this is the mug shot of 21 year-old muniunmee hendrix, who entered department 23 in handcuffs and chained at the waist. he is charged with
murder in the killing of this man, charlie ly, the owner of jim's liquors on quimby road in east san jose. police say hendrix was the masked man who walked into the liquor store a week ago monday night and shot and killed charlie ly after ly refused to open the cash register. hendrix then allegedly threatened to kill ly's wife as she was calling 911. identified on surveillance video and linked to a burglary, hendrix was arrested in merced last friday. there was a brief statement from deputy district attorney matt braker.matt braker/dep. district attorney "...this was an unbearable tragedy for the ly family and for the entire community, he was a store owner who was assassinated trying to defend his store and his family. he is facing one chargeof murder with the use of a gun and one charge of robbery with the use of a gun...."charlie ly's killing touched a nerve in the community as his now closed
store has seen a growing memorial and vigil in his name. several family members were in court tuesday but had no comment either before or after the hearing. before his arrest hendrix was on probation after pleading no contest for carrying a loaded gun in connection with an earlier case where he was initially charged with attempted murder only to see the charge reduced when he successfully argued he shot another man in self defense. (rob live) in a statement of facts, prosecutors said that when he was arrested hendrix was in possession of a 9mm handgun, a hooded sweatshirt with a logo, a bandana and a beanie. the same items can be seen in the surveillance video from the store that led to his
arrest. live in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news (vicki) the deportation of an east bay nurse is being delayed by one day. maria mendoza-sanchez, her husband and their son were scheduled to leave for mexico earlier this morning. their attorney says the oakland couple is now filing another stay of deportation request tomorrow. kron four's lydia pantazes reports from s- f-o with more on the couple. ( lydia ) maria mendoza- sanchez works with cancer patients at highland hospital. she and her husband eusebio have been in the u-s for nearly 30 years... they have raised their four children in oakland. but now they are being forced to leave. the couple has faced deportation since 2002... over the years they have endured hardships and have been granted stays. but their attorney says, they have now exhausted all options. an emotional maria spoke at the rally yesterday in oakland. "it's quite a complex issue, but i don't think that it's right. i don't
think the people who have been here and the people who are here, the major backbone in the community that are now facing troubling times and having to be deported and sent back to a place where they got away from. i don't think it is very right and i don't think it's the thing to do." the couple will take their 12-year-old son back to mexico. their three other children will stay in the u-s. the couple will bring their 12-year-old son back to mexico... their three other children will stay in the united states. reporting live at sfo, lydia pantazes kron4 news. (vicki) the couple's stay expires at noon tomorrow, and they plan to file another stay of deportation immediately after that happens. their daughters plan to remain at the family's home in oakland if their parents are forced to go back to mexico. (grant) today marks the fifth anniversary of the "deferred action for childhood arrivals" program, know as "daca"... and demonstrators took to the streets in several cities across the nation.... to show their support for the program. (grant) daca protects
young undocumented immigrants from deportation and allows them to work and study in the u-s. kron four's washington correspondent - anna wiernicki - shows us how daca's recipients hope to save the program from elimination. nats pop - drumsanna wiernicki: nestor ruiz is a "dreamer"-he's a recipient of the deferred action for childhood arrivals" program- nestor ruizdaca recipienttake cg @ 0:07i can tell you from my life that daca has helped me a lot. i've been able to go to school, i've been able to help my mom pay for medical bills anna wiernicki: but without daca, he says it will be a nightmare.nestor ruiz: there would be over one million folks that could potentially be put into the deportation machineanna wiernicki: ruiz and dozens of other recipients rallied outside the white house on tuesday. they have one message for the presidentnats pop - "save daca"to keep the obama-era program aliveanna wiernicki: president trump has three weeks to decide daca's fate.that's according to this letter sent by texas attorney general ken paxton and signed
by nine states--átheir message to the president is end the program by september 5th or see you in court.paxton argues the program, which requires states to issue driver's licenses to its recipients, is "too burdensome for states". nats pop - rallyanna wiernicki: but wendolynne perez says the consequences of the program ending are far worse.wendolynne perezdaca supportertake cg @ 1:07so many children can be deported and separated from their parents, brought to a land that they don't know and a land in which they do not understand.anna wiernicki: right now the program is only a temporary, but several members of congress want to change that. they have introduced legislation to make daca permanent by law, but none of those bills have received a vote.in washington, i'm anna wiernicki. (grant) daca has helped more than 800-thousand people since the obama administration first started accepting applications in 2012. (anchor) time now to check
on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp.
tuesday...low clouds that spread well inland overnight have mostly retreated to the coast, aside from across san francisco and around the monterey bay region. with this, temperatures are generally running a few degrees warmer compared to this time yesterday. this slight warming trend is also a result of warming temperatures aloft as high pressure builds in
from the west.
(grant) you can watch the eclipse right here on kron four. kron4 morning news will have extended coverage on august 21st ...beginning at 10 a.m. we'll have cameras across the country and the bay area... as the eclipse happens. that's one week from yesterday... at 10 a.m. on kron 4. (vicki) coming up - we meet a real life 'hero'.
the campbell police department recently trained all officers to administer narcan nasal spray to help those who have overdosed on drugs. narcan is an emergency substance that counteracts the life-threatening effects of an opioid overdose.the training and narcan supply was provided by santa clara county behavioral health services. statistics show that 91 americans die every day from an opioid overdose. (grant) a 22 year veteren of the san francisco police department is honored by his fellow officers and the city for saving a life of a 66 year old man last week. kron4's maureen kelly caught up with the officer... who is now being called a hero. a parade of officers walked down haight street in honor of officer robert fung.who marched in the lead surrounded by his wife and two sons. after which he was
saluted.and lauded via a special announcement over the police band.officer fung sf pd salute you for a job well done.at a special ceremony fung was praised by his superiorsi could not of been prouder of the response of officer fungthe san francisco native was working an overtime shift at a basketball showcase with steph curry here at kezar stadium last wednesday when he was alerted by someone in the stands that a spectator was having a heart attacki went into the b bleachers that i was looking for him and i saw that he was on the ground. and then someone was taking his pulse of the time and someone said hey he has no pulse so i so i turned his body to make sure he was flat on the bench and started the compressions at that time and i saw him gasping for airand not really breathing so i continued the compressions paramedics arrived and where able to revive the victim with a defibulatorthe rescue captain at the scene told officer fung the 66 year old man survived because of his actions.i'm just glad that he was able to go home and see his children and hopefully his grandchildren officer fung was given a special commmendation from the city.he says he did what any other officer would dobut is honored to be recognized. maureen kelly kron4 news
(vicki) the now - fired google engineer... who wrote a controversial memo about diversity in the tech industry - is speaking out. find out - if he regrets writing that memo. (grant) and next - how the alameda county sheriff's department is responding tonight.... after accidentially retweeting a white nationalist video. white nationalist video. food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate. for all the streaming and the shopping and the newsing, but most of all... for the this. internet for one everyday simple price and no extra monthly fees. (vicki) a retweet of a white
supremist press conference has landed the spokesperson for the alameda county sheriff's office in hot water.(grant) deputy sgt. ray kelly says he was doing research on racists groups in preparation for a major alt-right protest in berkeley, when he says he accidentily retweeted the press conference from the sheriff's official twitter account
service in our community. i am a little embarrassed. i am not the most tech savvy person that you will meet. i try my best but it was an accident"> deputy kelly says he had some trouble un-doing the retweet. took about an hour to remove it after getting some help from the sheriff's tech department. in the meantime the twitter-sphere was all a-buzz looking for an explanation. the sheriff's office hopes that coming forward and owning the mistake will put everyone at ease. (grant) happening tomorrow... a public memorial service will be held for the woman killed in the charlottesville, virginia car attack. heather heyer will be honored at the paramount theater in the city. the 32 years old, was killed when a car plowed into a crowd which was protesting a white nationalist rally.
19 other people were injured. james fields faces charges of second-degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding and failure to stop in an accident that resulted in death. (vicki) the deadly white nationalist rally in charlottesville, virginia - is fueling another re-evaluation of confederate statues in cities across the nation."nats of people cheering"(vicki) protesters toppled a confederate statue outside a government building in durham, north carolina yesterday evening. a woman climbed a ladder.. and attached a rope around it . protesters then pulled on the rope until the monument fell to the ground. they celebrated its fall -- some spitting on ... and kicking the broken statue. an organizer said the protest was in reaction to the events in charlottesville this past weekend-- and said similar confederate statues across the country need to be removed. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief
meterologist brittney shipp. tuesday...low clouds that spread well inland overnight have mostly retreated to the coast, aside from across san francisco and around the monterey bay region. with this, temperatures are generally running a few degrees warmer compared to this time yesterday. this slight warming trend is also a result of warming temperatures aloft as high pressure builds in from the west.
(vicki)three high school students have been arrested in connection with a disturbing rape case in monterey county. according to officials, a 14 year old girl was found unconscious on a sidewalk in greenfield suffering from "near lethal levels" of alcohol in her system. she was transported to a salinas hospital, where medical staff found evidence that she had been sexually assaulted.she was then flown to a bay area trauma center. police say the girl had been hanging out with several teenage boys as they drank hard liquor. officers say after the girl became unconscious from the alcohol, she was raped by a 17-year-old boy and two 16-year-old boys. "this is awful. it's one of the worst assault cases we could possibly investigate. how two 16 year old boys and a 17 year old boy could do something like this and think they could get away with it." the boys were booked into
juvenile hall on rape and sexual assault charges. one of the boys is also under investigation for a similar incident that happened in july. a 12-year-old girl was found unconscious on a sidewalk with near deadly amounts of alcohol in her blood. there was no evidence that she had been sexually assaulted. investigators are hoping any other potential victims will come forward. (grant) still ahead... the oakland raiders were back at practice today - but the talk continues to be about running back marshawn lynch. how the team is now responding to lynch's decision to sit during the national anthem. (vicki) and - costco is forced to pay millions of dollars - to the jewelry company tiffany's. what they did - next.
a federal judge says fine jewelry company tiffany's is entitled to more than 19-million dollars... after costco was selling enagement rings using the name tiffany name. the jewelry company says they have lost profits since costco's decision. costco says tiffany was used as a generic term and the rings were not sold in the distinct blue boxes or bags. costco says it plans to repeal the ruling. (grant) the google software engineer is now
defending the memo that got him fired.(vicki) in it he said there are fewer women in tech jobs partly because of "biological differences." catherine heenan is here with details on an interview damore has given to our partners at c- n-n... . (catherine) damore criticizes what he calls google's "politically correct monoculture." he was thrown out of his job after a 10-page memo he wrote was leaked to the public. google said he'd violated their code of conduct by "advancing harmful gender stereotypes." but damore argues that he's been misrepresented....and the company is intolerant of reasoned argument that doesn't fit its 'creed.' in an interview with cnn's tech reporter - he also argues that the company is psychologically 'unsafe' for conservatives.. james damore - many have either left because the culture is very alienating towards them or they're thinking about it because it's so bad.they don't believe they can bring their whole selves to google. and that it's a psychologically unsafe
environment for them because you feel like you have to constantly self-censor yourself. a lot of what the media has been saying is i'm anti-diversity, that i think women are less capable of being engineers and that's just really false. i simply state that if we want to fix the gender representation issue, we should look at how the population differs. so we can make tech better for a lot more women. google says in a statement that lively debate is part of its culture..but that doesn't mean that 'anything goes.' damore says he doesn't support the alt-right, and says it's unlikely that he'll join an upcoming anti-google protest. vicki and grant? (grant) police in new york have arrested three teenagers for illegally sneaking onto the (tap-pin) tappan zee bridge.
still under construction." (grant) that was a clip of the youtube video shot by one of teens who goes by the name of jeppy, it was posted two weeks ago. the nine minute long video shows the three sneaking through a hole in the fence and climbing onto the bridge around 4 a-m. the bride is still under construction. police say the three were arrested on criminal trespassing charges. (vicki) still ahead - a couple on their first date ... ácrashá a wedding. why they said they did it - plus find out what the bride and groom had to say about it. (brittney) i'm chief meteorologist brittney shipp, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
alameda county sheriff's department was researching the white supremacist ... who are planning to hold a rally in berkeley later this month. while he was examining their tweets ... he made a mistake and clicked on the retweet button. and the reaction to that was fast and furious. tonight, we will hear from the deputy about what happened... as well as some of the heated response he received in the matter of minuttes. we will have that story... and much more on kron 4 news at six. grant back to you. (vick) the raiders were back at practice this morning and everyone was hoping to hear from running back marshawn lynch.(grant) of course he didn't speak... as you already know - lynch sat during the national anthem during saturday's preseason... sports director is gary radnich is here now with more reaction.
the media turned out in ful force hopeing to get a word from marshawn lynch on why he didn't stand for the national anthem..problem..lynch doesnt play the media game.. t media turned out in full force todat thinking they were gloing to get something out of marshawn lynch and his decision saturday not to sdtand for the national anthem ""i think i was pretty clear. if there are any questions i'm always (an) open door, but i lean on our leadership council, i lean on our veterans. i think our squad understands how i feel about it and i don't feel a need to go further."
with chief meterologist brittney shipp. tuesday...low clouds that spread well inland overnight have mostly retreated to the coast, aside from across san francisco and around the monterey bay region. with this, temperatures are generally running a few degrees warmer compared to this time yesterday. this
slight warming trend is also a result of warming temperatures aloft as high pressure builds in from the west. (vicki) a reminder - you can watch the eclipse right here on kron four. kron4 morning news will have extended coverage of the solar eclipse on august 21st ...beginning at 10 a.m. we'll have cameras across the country and the bay area... as the eclipse happens. (grant) a couple of wedding crashers in new jersey recently had some fun with the bride and groom....even leaving clues behind to reveal their
(vicki) a reminder - you can watch the eclipse right here on kron four. kron4 morning news will have extended coverage of the solar eclipse on august 21st ...beginning at 10 a.m. we'll have cameras across the country and the bay area... as the eclipse happens. (grant) a couple of wedding crashers in new jersey recently had some fun with the bride and groom....even leaving clues behind...(vicki) catherine heenan is here with more on a prank that the newlyweds didn't seem to mind.. when a bride and groom recently got their wedding photos back.....they saw a man and woman apparently having the time of their lives.. they were dancing....laughing.... the photographer had some great shots of them. trouble was -- no one knew who they were. then they saw the note that said "sorry for crashing your wedding" -- with a dollar attached for luck. the cute looking couple were wedding crashers named
carly wolfson and ritchie barry. and it turns out this was their idea of a perfect first date... bride - we laughed. i said oh my gosh, we've been wedding crashed. i wanted to shake their hands and say good job! wedding crasher - i didn't think he'd go through with it but then he showed up all dressed up and i thought wow, i guess we're doing this.we said oh, there's no place for us at our table. so they put us at the best man's table. i had tried to figure out how to fit in , thenthey pulled up everyone from the table to dance. wedding guests - yeah, they were dancing all over and photo-bombing every picture that we took. they were in lots of photos....danced all over the place...but had managed to avoidthe bride and groom that night. they're lucky they didn't mind....and were good sports about the whole thing. the bride says that if carly and richie get married -- she'll have to crash "their" wedding.. grant and vicki?
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00:00:01 jump slami spend a lot of time training but it is a stunt jump slamslamming into a six story building and reportedly breaking two bones in his ankle - tom looks like he's in agony as he limps off the london set on sunday.music hitcrusie has reportedly jetted back to the states for treatment. so what went wrong?? jump slamthe daredevil stunt was one tom had been practicing...and failing...apparently trying to jump the large gap between the two buildings. but the 55 year old superstar doesn't shy away from danger. t00:55:16 la: last time i saw you were running across rooftops jumping from rooft to roof, motorcycle racing on the streets of seville and you are still jumping off rooftops. it does not get old does it? tc: it does not get old. 00:55:36 la: you're still having fun? tc: more than ever more than ever its a real privilegebut for some in the movie industry the danger became deadly! hollywood faces new questions this morning about safety precautions while shooting action films siren up 'deadpool 2' stuntwoman joi harris died yesterday after a tragic motorcycle accident on the vancouver set. motorcycle comes flying over the street looked like off a ramp because it was in the air standing on the bike slams into that building éthis was reportedly the professional road racer's
first stunt job and she had done the scene multiple times before something went wrong. officer theres an ambulance coming (ambulance - add sirens) she just lost control it was so quickryan reynolds sending his prayers to harris' loved ones on social media saying quote: 'my heart pours out to them - along with each and every person she touched in this world." louis)we'll have so much more on this story tonight at 7 on the insider. for kron4 news, i'm louis aguirre. back to you! (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5. grant is here with pam moore for kron 4 news at six. (pam) vicki thank you. next at six... an east bay sheriff's deputy faces some serious online backlash after clicking the wrong button. he'll tell us what happened next.(grant) and growing controversy tonight... after an alt-right, pro trump rally is scheduled to happen at crissy field. next... why the city is saying they are not welcome here. kron 4 news at six is next.
( pam ) the alameda county sheriff's office finds itself in hot water tonight. its twitter account retweeted a video from a white supremacist. good evening... i'm pam moore. and i'm grant lodes... steve is off tonight. the sheriff's office is apologizing for what happened... saying it was an accident. but as kron 4's haaziq madyun shows us... online... the baclkash has been swift. alameda county sheriff deputy ray kelly is having one of those days because of this...a retweet of a white supremist press conference on the periscope app from the sheriff's official twitter account. sgt. kelly says he
was getting familiar with some of the white nationalists groups that may take part in an upcoming event in berkeley when the retweet occurred. he says you also need to know how to navigate your way around social media, something he says he is still getting the hang of"so down at the bottom of the screen on the one that showed up there was a retweet button"reactions from the twittersphere came fast and furious... as some seriously concerned people started asking questions like "so painfully obvious. of course the guy running the twitter account is a white supremacist who accidentally uses the business account sometimes"
facebook account. i do not do social media in my personal life. there are people who will think that this is a conspiracy that will think no matter what i say that i am a racist. i am not">this reaction reads "it is not really fair, it is reasonable to think that familiarizing with terrorist organizations is part of police work"just in case he does more research he now knows how to remove a retweet in dublin haaziq madyun kron4news (grant) a big story tonight: san francisco is standing firm... saying an alt- right group that wants to hold a freedom rally at crissy field is not welcome in this city. (pam) kron 4's dan
kerman is live at crissy field... he has the strong reaction coming from city hall. dan? sot no you are not welcome in san francisco, san francisco board of supervisors president london breed didn't mince any words when it comes to an alt-right rally scheduled for august 26th at crissy fieldsot london breed/sf board of supervisors president 12-22we will do everything we can to stop you from being in san francisco, we don't want to see our city torn apart because of the hate and the violence you continue to promote all over the country. at a news conference at city hall tuesday afternoon , breed along with the police chief and the mayor said they would
be asking the u.s. park service to reevaluate a decision to allow a group to hold a so called freedom rally at crissy fieldsot ed lee/san francisco mayor 338-48we do not invite hate speech or hatred to come into our city and instigate hatred and potential violence.sot joey gibson/patriot prayer 49-54 violence is not the answer, its not the solution and a civil war is not what we want. joey gibson is a member of patriot prayer which is promoting the so called freedom rally. he says this is not a white supremicist rally says accusations to the contrary are lies. sotthis is a direct attack on our country an attack on free speechbut the mayor is standing firm.sot we do enjoy free speech but i suggest to you there is a difference between free speech and hate speech with the intent of causing violence that must be distinguished in urban setting like san francisco.133/like san francisco
house minority leader from san francisco...nancy pelosi put out this statement on the planned rally at crissy field:"i am deeply alarmed by the hateful and dangerous nature of the event, its timing so soon after the horrors in charlottesville, and the serious questions over whether the national park service is at all equipped to ensure public safety during a white supremacist rally."we must wonder, where is the decision to permit a white supremacist rally in a national park being made? at the national park service? in the department of the
interior? or under guidance from the white house?" (pam) a day after the planned crissy field event... a separate pro-trump rally is scheduled in berkeley. it is titled "no to marxism in america" -- and will be held at berkeley's martin luther king, jr. civic center. it will begin at one- in the afternoon on sunday august 27th. that rally will be met with a counter- protest at u-c berkeley. the "bay area rally against hate" is scheduled to take place at 10:30- in the morning. (pam) you may remember - earlier this year, a pro- trump rally at civic center park in berkeley turned violent. several weapons were confiscated, 11 people were injured and seven of those people were taken to hospitals. 20 people were arrested during the april event. ( pam ) another big story tonight..... president trump sounding off following this weekend's violent and deadly rally in charlottesville, virginia.( grant ) the president addressed the press at trump tower in new york city.. and he went on the attack. once again he
congresswoman anna eshoo stopped by the kron four newsroom.( pam ) while she covered a wide range of topics, president trump's statements today were the focal point. kron 4's vicki liviakis did the interview... she joins us now with eshoo's reaction. she was not at a loss for words was she vicki. (vicki) no she most definitely did not mince her words. congresswoman eshoo
(vicki) congresswoman eshoo says she believes we are being tested... as we have many times in america's history. she believes we will be better for it. pam, grant? ( pam ) five ceos have now left the presiden'ts manufacturing council... in the wake of the violence in charlottesville by white supremacists.( grant ) and because of the president's reaction the latest the chief executive of afl-cio
kron 4's washington correspondent alexandra limon has more from on the fiery feud between the president and the businessmen. pkgpresident trump fired back at ceos who annonced they're quitting his manufacturing councilthey're not taking their jobs seriously, as it pertains to this countrythe afl cio president said in a statement on twitter : i canno sit on a council for a president that tolerates bigotry and domestic terrorism; i resign, effective immediately.ááscott paul - head of the alliance for american manufacturing tweeted.."i'm resignin gfrom the manufacturing jobs initiatiev because it's the right thing to do"he and the ceos of merck under armour and intel all chose to leave the council because of the president didn't immediately condemn the white supremacist gropus that led the violent rally in the streets of charlottesville.but the president has a differen take trump:07-:11 leave they're leaving out of embarrassment because they make their products elsewhere and ive been lecturing them about you have to bring it back to this country.alexandra limon (@alexlimonnews) 1:00-1:08 not everyone agrees that stepping down from the council is the best move.. even if you don't agree with everything
president trump says and doesááárep. tom reed / new york 1:08-1:18so obviously, they chose to leave that table. from my perspective, they've lost an opportunity to influence the agenda.and some say in the end trump's feud with powerful ceos won't mattermichael cohen / interim director of political management it will become white noise, this things you've seen throughout and into the early months of the presidency. essentially attacks people blip and then it goes away.in washington alexandra limon he was just doing his job. a san francisco police officer tells how he saved a man's life during steph curry's basketball game. and a one person is shot outside a san francisco store... by a security guard! what apparently led up to this confrontation. and the suspect accused of gunning
fifth streets. we know a security guard shot at another man... who was a suspected shoplifter. we are also learning.. the suspect started charging toward the guard when he got caught. police say, the suspect is a 32-year-old man. he is in the hospital with non- life- threatening injuries. police also detained the security guard. the store is closed for the night.. the manager was seen letting some employees out after they finished closing up, but the doors are gated and locked to the public. (2-shot/pam) the man arrested in the murder of san jose store owner nicknamed 'charlie' ... was in court today.(grant) kron four's rob fladeboe rports from san jose this is the mug shot of 21 year-old muniunmee hendrix, who entered department 23 in handcuffs and chained at the waist. he is charged with murder in the killing of this man, charlie ly, the owner of jim's liquors on quimby road in east san jose. police say hendrix was the masked man who walked into the liquor store a week ago monday night and shot and killed charlie ly after ly
refused to open the cash register. hendrix then allegedly threatened to kill ly's wife as she was calling 911. identified on surveillance video and linked to a burglary, hendrix was arrested in merced last friday. there was a brief statement from deputy district attorney matt braker.matt braker/dep. district attorney "...this was an unbearable tragedy for the ly family and for the entire community, he was a store owner who was assassinated trying to defend his store and his family. he is facing one chargeof murder with the use of a gun and one charge of robbery with the use of a gun...."charlie ly's killing touched a nerve in the community as his now closed store has seen a growing memorial and vigil in his name. several family members were in court tuesday but had no comment either before or after the hearing. before his arrest hendrix was on probation after pleading no contest for carrying a loaded gun in connection with an earlier case where he was initially charged with attempted murder only to see the charge reduced when he successfully argued he shot
suicidal man outside his home last year. the announcement was made by santa clara county prosecutors today. the shooting ended in the death of 18- year-old anthony nunez , outside a home on feller avenue in july of last year. officials say, nunez pointed a gun in the direction of police. prosecutors said investigators found a revolver near his body. (grant) today a former concord dental assistant pleaded guilty to multiple counts of child molestation.. (grant) alejandro saro was arrested in april of last year for molesting multiple children at dental offices across the east bay. police say some of the victims were between the ages of eight and 14-years-old. officials say saro will spend 25-years to life in prison when he is sentenced next month. a fire is still raging tonight in yosemite national park. it is near the town of wawona.... close to the south fork of the merced river. the flames are in rugged terrain.. and have charred more than 16- hundred acres so far. park officials say... the
prevalence of a pest contributed to the wildifre. a lot of trees are dead because of a beetle infestation and the drought. so far... no evacuations have been ordered.. park visitors are being warned about the fire. dry weather is leaving its mark in bigger... and even more serious ways... scientists are seeing troubling new drought patterns world-wide. catherine heenan is here with more on a new study from the journal "nature".... (catherine) that study says that drought- stricken areas are taking longer to bounce back to normal...this - as extreme dry conditions become more common. researchers say droughts are more frequent and severe in many regions...and the fact that it's taking longer to recover could lead to many trees dying and more greenhouse gases. the study comes amidst new research that there could be more heat waves - with a bout of "super" heat waves predicted. that acould leave more people exposed to serious health risks - especially in east
asia and the u.s. east coast.. nasa was involved with the drought study -- and provided the climate models to researchers.pam and grant? let's take a look outside right now for the current conditions in the bay area... (pam) chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now with the forecast. tuesday...low clouds that spread well inland overnight have mostly retreated to the coast, aside from across san francisco and around the monterey bay region. with
the eclipse happens. that's monday at 10 a-m on kron four. (grant) a real scare in the north bay. three suspects walk into a gas station... and police say they tried to pull a fast one on the clerk. what they are accused of doing to the a-t-m. (pam) plus this is a story we have been tracking since last week... a bay area nurse being told she needs to self-deport and leave the country. an update on her fight to stay.
in national news... a new report says, people buying individual health care policies... will face higher premiums if president trump succeeds in replacing obamacare.(pam) the report that was published by the congressional budget office says, some people may be left with no insurance. the report estimates that the potential new health care plan... will add more than 190- million dollars in deficits. ( grant ) novato police
are looking for three men who tried to tamper with an a-t-m and put some sort of device on it. the suspects are seen in these surveillance pictures. investigators say the trio walked into the 76 station on ignacio boulevard on friday night. they distracted the clerk and that is when the device was put on the a-t-m inside the store. the device was discovered a short time later and was removed by the clerk. it is not clear what the three suspects did... but based on similar crimes... it was likely they were trying to install a skimmer to steal customers' credit card information. (pam) windsor police have quite the encounter. more video of the relentless fowl suspect.. they ran into.. while on a call.(grant) and the 49ers are back at practice... and have made history. sports director radnich will tell us about their newest hire.(pam) a heroic police officer will share his story of how he saved a man's life during steph curry's basketball game.
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kelly talked the officer now being called a hero. officer robert fung was working an overtime shift at a basketball showcase with steph curry here at kezar stadium last wednesday when he was alerted by someone in the stands that a spectator was having a heart attack he found the man on the ground without a pulse and immeditely began to perform chest compressions until paramedics were able to get there and revive the 66 year old victim with a difibulator.the rescue captain told officer fung that his actions saved the man's life.i think in my mind this person has to go home and see his family again it's not gonna be his time and we were lucky enough that he was able to be reviveda parade was held in his honor down haight street.officer fung marched in the lead along with his wife and two teenaged sons.he was saluted and given a special commendation from the city. his superior officer says he's a great example to
young recruits.many of our officers have a training in first aid officer fung to be so successful and help to save a persons life using their training will give them the confidence that they too will have the skills necessary to help the people in the communityofficer fung says he was just in the right place at the right time and was able to fall back on his cpr training. he hopes one day to meet the man who's life he saved. maureen kelly kron4 news the windsor police department had quite the run-in while responding to an alarm call. when officers rolled up... a turkey greeted them. and the bird was in a foul mood... chasing the cruiser as the officers slowly rode through the parking lot. they backed up... and the bird still followed the car. and when they quickly punched it... the turkey tried to catch up... but gave up.
an undocumented oakland couple who were set to be deported back to mexico today - is filing for yet another stay... catherine heenan is here with the latest on maria and eusebio mendoza-sanchez.. (catherine) the couple had reportedly exhausted just about all their options for stayingin the bay area -- but their attorney says they 'are' trying again... this is one of the recent rallies for the couple...maria is a nurse who works with cancer patients......she and her husband came into theu.s. illegally years ago - and have raised four children. they didn't fly out of s-f-o to mexico today as originally planned...in the hopes that their latest move to stay will be considered... kron four talked to some people at the airport this morning....who say they sympathize. the couple has faced deportation
since 2002.if they do leave - they say they'll take their 12-year-old son with them. their daughters - who are older - will stay in the u.s. the case has attracted a lot of attention. california's senator dianne feinstein says their deportation would be a loss for the oaklandcommunity. grant and pam? here at the alameda county sheriff's office in dublin, deputy ray kelly explains why he retweeted a white supremacist press conference
here in san jose 21 year old old muniunmee hendrix was arraigned this afternoon in the killing of a popular store owner. the victim is charlie ly, owner of jims liquors on quimby road. police say hendrix is the masked man who tried to rob the store a week ago monday night. he is alleged to have shot and killed ly and threatened to shoot ly's wife as they refused to pen the till. police say surveillance video and other evidence links hendrix to the crime. he has yet to plea.in san jose rob 4 news chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now... tuesday...low clouds that spread well inland overnight have mostly retreated to the coast, aside from across
san francisco and around the monterey bay region. with this, temperatures are generally running a few degrees warmer compared to this time yesterday. this slight warming trend is also a result of warming temperatures aloft as high pressure builds in from the west. (pam) you never know where you will find treasure. the expensive piece of art that just turned up... and wait till you hear how much it is worth.
an iconic stolen painting worth as much as $160 -million dollars is back home. in 1985, willem de kooning's "woman- ochre" ...disappeared from the university of arizona museum of art. police believe a couple walked in and cut the iconic painting from its frameit remained missing for more than 31 years. recently, a man called the museum saying he'd found the painting at an estate sale. museum officials confirmed it's authenticity and brought the piece back to ua ...where,
after some restoration, it will finally find it's home once again in sports... the 49ers take to the practice field with their soon-to -be full-time woman assistant coach.. ... and marshawn lynch was back at practice with the raiders today... gary has more reaction on lynch sitting during the national anthem... and all the sports... coming up
to "bank account" by 21-savage carr didn't play the first pre-season game but should expect a little action saturday in oaklandbut the big story remains. marshawn lynch who sat on a water cooler during the national anthem in saturday's pre- season openerjack del rio who apparently was not told by lynch prior about the protest was asked if he will talk to the team about the anthem and letting him know before the game if they will sit(sot: del rio) ""i think i was pretty clear. if there are any questions i'm always (an) open door, but i lean on our leadership council, i lean on our veterans. i think our squad understands how i feel about it and i don't feel a need to go further.""i'm proud of him. i think it's awesome that he did it. everybody has a voice, especially with what happened in charlottesville the night before. i think it's important for men in our profession to step up and speak. guys like colin kaepernick have become my favorite football player because of it."
misic" and "single release update"after a couple of hour carr came clean saying it was all a hoax he cooked up the 49ers in santa clarabrian hoyer only threw 4 passes last friday may get more time at home this saturdaybut the big storykatie sowers was a coaching intern with the 49ers this off-season the niners want her to stay on as a full-time assistant becoming the 2nd women to be a full-time nfl coachshe was also an intern for kyle shanhan in atlanta the coach talked about her today(sot: shanahan) "she did a really good job for us in atlanta. she's done a real good job here. she's a hard worker. you don't even notice her because she just goes to work and does what's asked and
the united states anti-doping agency suspended 49ers receiver from competing in track & field for one year for failing to provide his whereabouts for drug testing the rub is goowin is no longer competing in track & field he represented the usa in the long jump in the 2012 london games with he was at the university of texasgoodwin has played the last four season with the buffalo bills he said because he no longer competes he did not bother to let the agency know he whereabouts he agency know to let the agency know he
new version of the apple watch could make its debut as well. this would be the third model in the watch series ... and the big upgrade would likely be cellular connectivity. this would allow users to make calls, send text messages or stream their music ... without having to be near an i-phone. the apple watch... first hit the market in 2014, but the sales have lagged behind competitors. last weather and goodbye final look at the weather with chief meteorologist brittney shipp. a full hour of entertainment news is on the entertainment of a full hour of entertainment news is on the way.at 7:00 it's the insider, followed by entertainment tonight at 7-30.
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