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to this game. it started with it started with a tribute to first responders.this is the first game back since the tubbs fire for the cardinal newman high football team. adding to the pressure leading up to the face off against rancho cotate, is the loss of their school that was badly burned in the fire just two weeks ago.some of the players lost their homes too.a teammate describes what the days leading up to this moment have been like.sot: jason moran, cardinal newman high senior// "i was just trying to be there for my teammates and invite them over for the ones that lost their house actually the night of the fire i had two of my teammates come over and stay with me for the
night. so it's been chaotic but it's been nice to get back out on the field and practice with all of them."varsity coach paul cronin says their team had a lot of offers from local schools offering a place for practice before they chose el molina high. he says although this is a trying time for the team they've had to put it behind them.sot: paul cronin, cardinal newman high football coach// "they were difficult at first because you saw a lot of people in pain. a lot of kids you love and have known for a long time. and even my own family members struggling with their school not being there anymore. so it was tough but we thought you know we got to move on what's the next step, get started." regardless of the challenges they've faced players tell kron 4 they felt ready for this game. and in a way it's helped bring some normalcy back in their lives. tonight at 10 we'll hear from another player who says this ordeal in the aftermath of the fire has only reinforced that their team is a family. live in rohnert park ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (vicki) here is the latest information on what we know about the deadly north bay firestorm... a total of 42 people have died from the
wildfires.... 23 of those deaths are from sonoma county alone. seven are from napa... right now two people are still reported missing in sonoma.... and 19 missing person reports have been filed in santa rosa.... (vicki)in santa rosa more than 28-hundred homes were destroyed by the fire.(grant) today we got an up close look at some of the neighborhoods in santa rosa from quadcopter 4. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us live from the newsroom. j.r. (j.r.) grant, i saw the devastation from the ground with my own eyes and i can tell you it was bad. but it's another thing to see the devastation from above. from quadcopter 4. it shows you the extent of the damage. it shows you that it's not just 5 or 6 homes in areas. it's dozens of homes in neighborhoods all across town.this is all new video from quadcopter four showing a neighborhood off of the fountaingrove parkway in santa
rosa. one destroyed by the recent north bay fires. in the upper right hand corner of your screen you can see what this neighborhood once looked like. these aren't small homes by any means. these homes by any aren't small homes by any means. these are middle to upper class neighborhoods. we took this video on rincon ridge drive looking onto millbrook drive and elkstone place which is off of the fountaingrove parkway. you can see we are talking about home after home that was destroyed. in the before photos on google maps you can see the massive trees that once stood on the street. trees that went up in flames in these north bay fires.(j.r.) i've been sorting through this video all afternoon. it really hits you hard when you see the number of homes that are affected by all of this. our quadcopter aviator didn't have to look far to find these homes. there are just so many that burned to the ground. our thoughts are with the fire victims and their families tonight. pam, steve now back to you.
(grant) so many people in north bay are gearing up for a massive clean-up job...and some of that debris and ash...is hazardous. kron-4's dan kerman is in santa rosa tonight...and reports on how officials are planning for the largest fire cleanup effort in state history. cleanup of the more than 6- thousand homes that burned down during the northbay firestorm will get underway on wednedaysot state senator mike mcguire / d-north bay 06-16at a news conference and community meeting monday, residents were told the hazmat cleanup will occur at all sites because a public health emergency has been declared. phase 2 which is also free of charge is more involved it requires homeowners to opt in and will include ash removal, as well as removal of foundations , sidewalks and driveways.sot mcguiresot alan
williams/ fountain grove home destroyed in fire 52-56 residents have an opportunity to opt out of the second phase, but then must complete cleanup on their own following a strict set of guidlenes that is not yet finalized. during monday's meeting residents raised concerns about whether opting in protected them from liabilityothers voiced concerns about foudnations being removed without inspection.sot joe fraser/coffey park home destroyed in fire 117-127 standup dan kerman/santa rosa 129-139std/140 (grant) there is new a resource tonight for fire victims. until recently sonoma county and the city of santa rosa had their own websites for they have now combined their site is sonoma county recovers dot org. it features links and guides for people who their homes or sort of damage. you can find a link to that new website on kron 4 dot com. (grant) there is new a
resource tonight for fire victims. until recently sonoma county and the city of santa rosa had their own websites for information. they have now combined their efforts...that site is sonoma county recovers dot org. it features links and guides for people who may have lost their homes or sustained some sort of damage. you can find a link to that new website on kron 4 dot com. (vicki) with more people returning to their once- evacuated neighborhoods in santa rosa, they're finding more animals that got separated from their owners during the north bay firestorm. (grant) several north bay shelters and online good samaritans are trying to reunite those people with their pets. kron four's spencer blake is live in santa rosa. spencer, how are they getting it done? we noticed tons of posts on
social media about lost or found pets.7 facebook, next door, craigslist.spoke to a woman who organized a lost and found pet group, and she says she's seen a tremendous amount of success. 7 kristina derkos: they've been a part of at least 10 pet/person reunions.7 cross- postings on various social media7 also encourage people to bring found animals to shelters.7 sonoma county animal services director john skeel says the shelter has been doing everything it can to help the searchesbut asks for help from people who áfind animals. (sot)"we actually encourage people, if they've lost an animal, to do all they can to try and find it themselves. but once they've found it, it really will be helpful if they come to our website, make us aware of it so we can upload the image of the lost animal, put all the data in, and have a centralized location for
people to look."(vo)in other words, don't ájust post on social media and hang onto the animal; makes it harder for owners to find them.7 that centralized site, pet harbor, is updated hourly.7 shelters in the area have nightly phone calls with each other to share data.7 so far, 60 animals reunited with owners from this location. coming up at ten, more on the extra steps the shelter has takeneven for animals áother than the typical dog or cat. live in santa rosa, spencer blake, kron four news.
(vicki) the american red cross is opening a client service center in santa rosa for people affected by the wildfires. the center will give families the chance to meet individually with trained red cross case workers to assess their disaster-related needs. this may include financial help or referrals to other agencies. it will be open every day from 9 to 7 through sunday. it is located at 5297 aero drive in santa rosa. if you have questions, you can contact the red cross at 707-577-7600. .a rapid warming trend that got underway today will persist into tuesday with the potential for record to near
record breaking daytime temperatures. temperatures cool slightly as offshore flow and the high pressure aloft weakens by midweek, yet temperatures look to remain above seasonal averages through late week. in addition, ongoing dry conditions will likely persist through the end of the month. (grant) tonight investigators are pouring over information...trying to figure out why a man allegedly went on a deadly shooting spree... in his hometown of clearlake oaks. police are looking at as many as seven crime scenes. alan ashmore is accused of going to two homes late this morning, killing one man at each, injuring another person at a home...firing
shots at a gas station...a winery...and setting a small fire...that was quickly put out. the chp officer was wearing body armour, which stopped a bullet from entering his leg. at one point a civilian who was licensed to carry...shot at the suspect at the gas station.... the chevron on highway 20 at keys boulevard. police believe ashmore had several guns, including a shot-gun. (grant) police say ashmore eventually gave himself up at a roadblock that was set up to catch him. they say they're working now to figure out if his shootings were random or targeted...and either way...why he did it. (grant) coming up on kron4 news at nine.... you may want to check your fridge tonight... we'll tell you why more than a dozen different kinds of vegetable packages could make you sick.
(vicki) plus... nearly three weeks after four u-s servicemen were killed in niger... the call for answers is growing. why more than the investigation into their death is getting attention. (grant) and after the break... fremont is investigating their first homicide since 20-15... details on this story in a live report...
(vicki) police in fremont are investigating the city's first homicide since 20-15.... and tonight three people have been arrested... kron4's ali reid is live in fremont tonight with details on what happened... ali? there are 2 hotels right along this strip so there are a lot of people driving in and out of this cul-de-sac however, police believe the victim knew his attacker.pkg witnesses say the victim was shot in a hotel room in this building, before running down
to the lobby to ask for help. hotel staff called emergency services, and although rushed to a nearby trauma center . was pronounced dead soon after. tarell brown - real scary. i mean i know things happen everywhere but i never hear of anything happening around here. police found a crime scene in a hotel room and say this is an isolated incident. the believe the victim and the shooter knew each other. people living nearby are shocked to hear a tragedy happened in the nearby hotel. always safefor some, this tragedy has not marred their opinion of the hotel or area. that had to be something that they had going on. i don't know, but it won't stop me from staying anywhere.police say 3 suspectshave been arrested. right now there's no threat to public safety.standup this is the first homicide in fremont for this year.the last murder was in 2015.reporting live from fremont ali reid kron 4 news
(grant) two cars riddled with bullet holes.. after a shooting along a bay area freeway... the gunfire hitting one driver. police say the shooter or shooters.. are still at large tonight. it happened 11 last night near san francisco international airport on interstate 380. the driver...who authorites beleive is an uber driver... was shot in the shoulder...his two passengers...were not injured. the second car hit by bullets... a black honda civic... it appears broke down on 280. police say the person or people inside...ran away.(sot) (grant) the chp says... the driver who was shot and hurt... was not the intended target. just a driver at the wrong place at the wrong time. and this isnt the first time this has happened.... over the weekend... there was also a
shooting in pacific heights...that police say may have involved an uber driver. (vicki) in national news tonight.... nearly three weeks after four u-s servicemen were killed in an isis-led ambush in niger... the call for answers is growing. but it's not just the investigation into their deaths that's getting attention... a public feud between a gold star widow, a democratic congresswoman and president trump continues to escalate. from our partners at c-n-n omar jimenez has the latest from washington. sot/sen. lindsey graham, r-south carolina: i didn't know there was 1,000 troops in niger. // sot/question: did you know how many men and women were on the ground in niger and what they were doing? sen. bob casey/--d pennsylvania: i did not.the pentagon monday -- responding to criticism by top lawmakers who say they were left in the dark on the mission in niger -- where four u-s servicemembers were killed in an early october ambush. sot/gen joseph dunford jr/joint chiefs chairman: if the congress doesn't believe that they're not getting sufficient information then i need to double my efforts to provide them with information. the pentagon insists it kept congress informed of the operation. and the white house says it notified congressional leaders in june about troops conducting counterterrorism
duties in niger and cameroon. among the questions still lingering... how sergeant la david johnson was separated from his 12-member team as it was ambushed... his body not recovered until 48 hours later. his widow speaking out on the lack of answers on a-b- c's good morning america.. sot/myeshia johnson:wife of sgt. la david johnson: i don't know how he got killed, where he got killed or anything. i don't know that part.// gen joseph dunford jr/joint chiefs chairman: we owe the families as much information as we can find out about what happened. // the only thing i'm asking for today is a bit of patience to make sure the information we provide to you is factual.and facts are what pentagon investigators are continuing to pursue as they release a preliminary timeline of that deadly attack. sot/gen joseph dunford jr/joint chiefs chairman: from the time the firefight was initiated to the time sgt. johnsons's body was recovered - french, nigerien or u.s. forces remained in that area. in washington, i'm omar jimenez. (grant) now to our four zone forecast... as we take
this live look outside at the embarcadero...(vicki) joining us now is chief meteorologist brittney shipp... .a rapid warming trend that got underway today will persist into tuesday with the potential for record to near record breaking daytime temperatures. temperatures cool slightly as offshore flow and the high pressure aloft weakens by midweek, yet temperatures look to remain above seasonal averages through late week. in addition, ongoing dry conditions will likely persist through the end of the month.
(grant) a father killed during a carjacking hit-and-run... and the suspect is behind bars tonight... hear from the victim's family... in a story you'll only see here on kron4 news...(vicki) plus... find out just how much people are going to spend on halloween this year... and why it is expected to reach an all time high... we'll explain...
(grant) 4 your money tonight....people plan to spend more on halloween festivities this year -- than ever before. that's according to the national retail federation -- who has been keeping track of the dollars and cents for nearly 15 years. the national retail federation says this year -- americans will spend in total 9-point-one billion dollars. that's 700 million dollars more than last year. which means -- the average household will spend a little more than 86 bucks. of the 179 million people participating in halloween -- 95 percent will buy candy. 72 percent will spend money on decorations. and nearly 70 percent will buy costumes. (grant) and target... is hoping to lure in holiday shoppers who don't want to deal with the crowds this year-- the retailer is offering free shipping on merchandise purchased on its website starting next month. target is also rolling out more than 17-hundred new products to tempt consumers.
most will retail for under fifteen dollars with stocking stuffers available for just a buck. (vicki) president donald trump... trying to calm the fears of americans with a 401-k retirement savings plan. the commander in chief wrote the following on twitter this morning, quote ... "there will be no change to your 401-k. this has always been a great and popular middle class tax break that works, and it stays!" trump's comments... come amid growing concerns that his tax reform plan could target 401-k and other retirement plans. the new york times reports one proposal involved capping the annual amount employees can set aside for 401-k accounts to as low as 24- hundred dollars. (vicki) coming up... amazon is trying to figure out where to build it's second headquarters... and one major bay area city is not on the list... find out which one it is and the three other bay area cities that have submitted their bids...(grant) from pirate ships... to flying skeletons... why a sacramento block dubbed the
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san francisco's pier 14, the man accused in her murder goes on trial.(grant) it was a case that ignited an national debate about illegal immigration because the suspect is an undocumented immigrant who has been deported five times.(vicki) the trial began today with a brief testimony from steinle's father, he had been walking arm in arm with his daughter when she was shot in the back. kron4's maureen kelly was in the courtroom and has details on the trial. the hall of justice was jam packed with journalists despite the fact that no cameras were allowed in court. that's because the killing of 32 year old kate steinle became part of the 2016 presidential campaign..used as an example by now president donald trump as why sancutary cities like san francisco are bad policy. a few months before the shooting jose garcia zarate first identified by his alias.. francisco lopez sanchez.. had been released from custody from san francisco jail without anyone alerting the feds.but his immigration status was not mentioned by assistant district attorney
diana garcia who started off her opening statements by showing the jury the murder weapon used in the killing of stienle.the ada said that garcia zarate pointed the gun at kate steinle's direction and pulled the trigger.altho ugth she admitted there was no eyewitness who saw him shoot steinle and there is no evidence that he was the one who stole the gun from a car belonging to a federal park ranger. she says witnesses who saw him hurrying away from the scene after the shotbehavior so different as others rushed in to help that they took pictures of him.she said that the guna sig sauer p239 had recently been inspected and not the kind of gun that goes off by accident. the defense attorney, in his opening statements told the jury that this gun is used as a backup weapon because it's meant to use by law enforcement who might be in emergency situations.the distict attorney said that this gun does not discharge without pulling the trigger and she has to be aware the sf officers have discharged accidently sig sauers, they've done it in la and in nyc and you can make it gun go off by dropping it by putting in or out your holsternatsthe mother and brother of kate steinle were both in the courtroom but didn't talk to the media and walked out with an escort of
law enforcement.that must have been hard to watch, do you want to commentmaureen kelly kron4 news. (grant) an arrest has been made in a deadly carjacking...hit and run that killed a father in the east bay... it happened last thursday in san lorenzo. police say james figueroa died when the suspect stole figueroa's pickup truck...and then ran him over. tonight figueroa's family talked to our very own haaziq madyun...it's a story you will only see here on kron4...
mann's packing company of salinas.... has issued a recall of more than 20 different vegetable products. the recalled brands are: signature farms products sold at albertsons; archer farms products sold at target; kohlrabi salad blends sold at trader joe's; and several varieties of broccoli and cauliflower sold at walmart... the recall heavily affects broccoli, cauliflower and brussel sprouts products. you can visit kron4-dot-com for more information on the recall... (grant) new at nine... starting today... bart riders in concord and pleasant hill will be able to get a guaranteed parking spot. it's part of the "carpool to bart program." riders who carpool to the bart stations will have their choice of designated parking spots until ten am. you can find your own carpool partner and get a paper permit. or you can use the "scoop" app to find a partner. the carpool program is now offered at the concord... dublin-
pleasanton... millbrae... pleasant hill and san bruno stations. (vicki) today amazon revealed ... 238 cities have submitted bids to be home to its second headquarters. and san jose is not on the list... but san francisco, oakland, fremont and fresno apparently have made offers. some cities are trying some creative methods to seal the deal. kansas city's mayor wrote 5-star reviews for a thousand different items on the company's website. and tucson decided to send amazon's c-e-o a giant cactus. amazon has hinted that it is looking at areas with populations of at least one - million people. the online retailer is promising to bring in 50-thousand new jobs and spend up to five-billion dollars. the company will announce a decision sometime next year. (granti) in the east bay... san ramon police are looking for a man who tried to lure a middle school girl into his car and exposed himself. police have just released two different sketches of the man they believe is
responsible. police say two middle school students were walking on bollinger canyon road near blossom ridge lane when the man told a girl to come to his car. as she got closer to the car she saw that the man was exposing himself and he tried to grab her shirt. she ran away. the man is described as having a scar on his right cheek. he was in a dark gray 4-door sedan... possibly with a nevada license plate. (vicki) police tow four cars... after a sideshow in san jose. it happened early sunday morning. dozens of cars were involved. police say racers blocked both lanes on old bayshore highway and were doing donuts. they even broke a window of a police car trying to drive through the area. racers were eventually arrested no officers were injured (grant) still ahead.... we'll show you how far a dog went to protect the family's goat herd... after being left behind in the tubbs fire... hear the heroic
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basketball..we must note that their will be no warriors pre season trips to china in the immediate future.....it took them untill tonight to get their legs back...and as talented as this team is...if you only have 2 practice days over an 8 day span you more than likely going to get out of the blocks a little slowly.... . here is the thing that got me laughing this morning..we received an e-mail saying that steph curry wqas setting a bad example of kids... curry saturday night was thrown out of the game late in memphis for throwing his mouth guard in the direction of the referee...today his was fined 50,000 dollars by the nba....durant also got tossed for also got nba....durant by the 50,000 dollars his was fined referee...today his was fined 50,000 dollars by the nba....durant also got tossed for engagaing negatively with the fans....the e-mail said his son idolizes curry and now fears his son os going to throw his mouthgurad when he getsd angry .sir....what you tell your son....is that steph
curry is a agreat..great basketball player and by almost every account is a terrific person to boot....but your son should follow the lead of his dad not curry...now if you sir...throw your mouth piece when you get angry then we have a problem...untill then curry will be fine...your son will be fine...as long as you give him an example to be proiud of...your the boss not curry......the 49er next opponent looking good tonight in about one hour coming upthere are times when having your business logo featured prominently on the news.this isn't one of those there is a green strip of roadway on many streets in san francisco people are using, i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
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right time the motorcycle is in a bike lane nats: ambiance people for what every reason have taken to the either stopping in the green bike lanes like this uber on the embacaderso or riding in them nats: ambiance for example, watch the motorcycle take the right turn lane then jump in the bike lane to bypass traffic that is a common problem in the bay area this scooter rider, every one wave at him, he also jumped around traffic and utilized the green like lane nats: ambiance here we have to scoot riders, with scoot you don't even need motorcycle endorsement, all you need is the app but from the looks of the riders they think they are doing the right thing well they are not and neither is this one that ran the red light nats: ambiance only human powered bicyclist are permitted to use those lanes they are not shortcuts for motorcycles and they are not pick up spots for ride hails nats: ambiance driving a car or riding a motorcycle in a bike lane if caught can set you back 238 dollars and point on your driving record ans so is using the dedicated right turn lane to go straight crossing over where the bikes have to ride nats: ambiance
it's-a big problem on the embacadero especially during the commute hours. i hearing reports that some riders are actually blowing their horns at bicyclist remember the green paint for the bike lanes does not mean it's ok to drive on them it means keep out unless you are riding a bicycle in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news (vicki) a popular street in sacramento... known for it's elaborate halloween decorations....may be scaling back this year . (grant) for the last ten years families on san ramon way - have turned their homes into a giant pirate ship... with skeleton's ziplining across from house to house.... reporter doug johnson tells us why they're sinking that tradition. the sign at la sierra and san ramon way says it all:boo
hoo... no road closure... no pirate house.thanks for 10 years of halloween memories. trina hoogendyk "when we moved in this was like the halloween street."trina hoogendyk is as disappointed as anyone that some of her neighbors are opting out of decorating their homes for halloween.but she understands why.trina hoogendyk "from what i was told there were people that would bus in, and it was becoming a lot."for the past decade this yellow house and the one across the street became known as the pirate ships.trina hoogendyk "they had like a zip line and a skelton that went across and it was a lot of fun."but word of mouth spread, and soon thousands of kids were coming from all over sacramento to see it each year.trina hoogendyk"the first year that we moved here we went through 35 hundred pieces of candy." every halloween the surrounding streets were clogged with parked cars... filled with trick or treaters
and their parents."the lawns were getting kind of messed up. and flowers were getting ruined. it was a little chaotic."the neighbors who put up the pirate ships told fox40 off camera setting it up had become too much work.and their own kids are now too old for trick-or-treating.hoogendyk says many homes would just go dark the 31st."a lot of people on this street are a little bit older. and to have that big of a crowd it costs a lot of money to buy 3 thousand pieces of candy."doug johnson "and although the pirate ship will not set sail this year, the people that live on this street say they still want trick or treaters. as long as the kids are from this neighborhood."that's why hoogendyk put up this sign saying trick or treaters are still welcome."we're just scaling it down."(but with)"if your heart is set on coming to san ramon then we'll be here ready." (grant)(grant) that was doug johnson reporting .a rapid warming trend that got underway today will persist into tuesday with the potential for record to near record breaking daytime temperatures. temperatures cool slightly as offshore flow and the high pressure aloft weakens by midweek, yet temperatures look to remain above seasonal averages through late week. in addition, ongoing dry conditions will likely persist through the end of the
sister tessa... or the eight goats again. during the firestorm... odie -- herd the goats one by one into this outcropping of rock, where somehow, they escaped the flames pretty much unscathed. after about an hour in this indoor goat rodeo.. the gang was loaded up for a trip to a nearby animal sanctuary...where odie..and the 8 goats he saved..will be cared for until roland can re-build... and this time---he will fight the enemy of fire...with mother natures own weapons. roland tembo hendel/dog owner: "we are going to try earth bag building. we are gonna build in the earth, from the earth with a fire proof barn."(vicki) ronald and ariel hope that is enough for odin... tessa... and the goats can live happily ever after. (vicki) coming up after
dated april 13, 1912, one day before the legendary ship hit an iceberg and sank in the atlantic. holverson wrote the note to his mother. it contains the eerie line: "if all goes well we will arrive in new york wednesday a- m" holverson was among the 15-hundred people to die on the titanic. about 700- people, including holverson's wife, survived the incident. ..... (grant) some climbers have set a new record for scaling yosemite's famous el capitan. they went up the nose... which is one of the most difficult and challenging paths in the world. two men made up the "nose" in two hours and 19 minutes. that broke the previous record by four minutes... it was set in 2012. the nose is nearly a straight vertical climb... and is 29-hundred feet. we have seen numerous record attempts in the past... including this free solo climb in 2015. el capitan can be
extremely dangerous... more than two dangerous... extremely dangerous... more than two down people have died on the cliff. (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 9.(granti) steve aveson and pam moore are here with a look at what we're working on for kron 4 news at 10. ((pam)) thank you grant and vicki...it has been more than two weeks since the devastating fires in the north bay. as people start to return to their homes.. a number of pets are still missing.now, several shelters and good samaritans online ... are doing their part to reunite families with their four- legged friends. tonight we talk to a woman who organized a lost and found pet group... and she says she has seen a tremendous amount of success.plus...new details in the deadly shooting at a bay area hotel.in a kron 4 exclusive...we hear from the man who tried to help the victim, moments after he was shot.standby for a live report. ((pam)) plus... balmy temperatures to start your week. find out which parts of the bay area could reach the mid- 80's
tomorrow.((steve))don't go away...hour three of kron 4 news in primetime starts...right after the break. he's brought us to the brink of nuclear war. obstructed justice at the fbi. and in direct violation of the constitution, he's taken money from foreign governments and threatened to shut down news organizations that report the truth. if that isn't a case for impeaching and removing a dangerous president, then what has our government become? i'm tom steyer and, like you, i'm a citizen who knows it's up to us to do something. it's why i'm funding this effort to raise our voices together and demand that elected officials take a stand on impeachment. a republican congress once impeached a president for far less.
yet, today, people in congress and his own administration know this president is a clear and present danger who is mentally unstable and armed with nuclear weapons. and they do nothing. join us and tell your member of congress that they have a moral responsibility to stop doing what's political and start doing what's right. our country depends on it. (pam) tonight at ten:new
video from quadcopter four showing the devestation in santa rosa. this is video of where the hilton hotel once stood ... now reduced to just rubble. good evening i'm pam moore.(steve) and i'm steve aveson. tonight - as more and more people return home... many are coming to the realization -- there pets are gone.(pam) but all hope is not lost.. kron4's spencer blake is live in santa rosa -- where there is an effort to reunite people with their cats and dogs. spencer while most people affected by the north bay fire storm now know the fate of their homes and belongings.not all of them know about their pets. there's a huge effort both online and on the ground to reconnect owners with their animals, and kron four's spencer blake is live with details from santa rosa. i'm at sonoma county animal services, where the place has
been operating overtime since the firesand providing free help in various ways until pets are back with the people who love them most. the silence in the burned-out neighborhoods of santa rosa is in sharp contrast to the sound of animals separated from their owners during evacuations."we want and need people to bring the animals in. we can provide food, shelter, and care - we have vetinary care."director of sonoma county animal services john skeel lost his home in the tubbs fire, and is temporarily living where he works.but he's hardly paused when it comes to the animals. the shelter moved 120 or so dogs to other shelters when the fires broke out, in anticipation of the onslaught of strays.but there haven't quite been as many as they expected - yet."a lot of the animals, particularly cats, ran away, and so even if they were injured they're only now starting to be seen because people are coming back to the neighborhood."experts have been setting feline traps to safely bring in some of those cats.the shelter, which was open 24-seven for the first couple weeks of the fires, is holding these found animals for a longer-than-normal 30 days.the county is also helping people whose animals survived, but who have no home to go back to."so these are people's owned animals. they're being boarded here." boarde