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higly of him wednesday night. paul sheridan's wife was good friends with mike and like everyone else.was desperatly looking for him after the tubbs fire tore through the area.last text on her phone is asking if he's alright and there's no response so.this is what's left of mike's home. the pick up truck out front is about the only recognizable thing there but even that burned in the fire. wednesday night though it was about remembering the good times with mike. patrons packed the parking lot of ths cooperage brewing company. everyone there to eat, drink, and tell stories about a man they won't soon was really awesome
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(steve) we have new drone video from quadcopter four.. showing the damage done by the north bay firestorm in napa county. this is the area of atlas peak road and westgate road... multi-millon dollar homes reduced to rubble. and if you're not familiar with the area... here is a before view from google maps... thousands of homes and buldings were destroyed in the north bay firestorm. (pam) happening now in antioch: as many as a dozen high school football players have been disciplined for allegedly sexually harrassing a group of girls. the principal of antioch high school says, six members of the j-v team made inappropriate or sexually explicit comments monday.. as the female students walked by the locker rooms. we are told, another six
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students who were not on the team... were also involved. the school says, this comes just a week after some players attended a seminar on sexual assault and bullying. today, the school announced... friday's j-v game versus deer valley high school.. is cancelled. (pam) also in the east bay tonight:for the second time this week - a student has brought a loaded gun to campus. the latest happened in san ramon at twin creeks elementary school. police say, an 8- year old .... brought a loaded firearm to school. another student reported seeing it, after getting home from school. police contacted the parents -- and say, they found the weapon in the student's backpack. it was loaded... the student has been suspended. (pam) earlier this week, a student in pleasanton was arrested after police say, the teen was in possession of a loaded gun. it happened at village high school on monday morning. the student was taken to juvenile hall. (steve) new at ten: elevated levels of lead have been found in the water at three san francisco schools.
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these are the schools -- west portal elementary, malcolm x elementary and san francisco international high school. the district says the water itself is not bad -- but in each case it's a problem with certain taps or piping. here is what the schools are doing... the fixtures where the high lead leves were detected lead leves were detected are shutdown. if needed, bottled water is being provided and parents have been notified.earlier this month a new california law came into effect that requires testing in all state public schools. lead exposure in kids can impact the development of the brain and nervous system. (pam) another big story we are tracking tonight... jurors in the kate steinle murder trial .... got to see security video from a port authority showing the moment she was shot. the video they saw shows the moment the 32-year-old fell to the ground after being struck in the back by a bullet. there was an audible gasp in the court room when the person identified as
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kate steinle collapses. the defense attorney maintains the weapon that killed steinle had been wrapped in rags when his client found it on the pier. he says garcia zarate did not know it was a gun and it went off when he picked it up. (steve) concerns tonight about at air-b-n-b.. after a party at a rental in san francisco ended in gunfire. witnesses say people ran through yards and on roofs to get away from the bullets. now as kron4's justine waldman reports..some are questioning if a delayed san francisco law set to start next year could have stopped the violence. sot automatic gunfire broke out from the end the blockthe infamous house at 212 banks street is vacantbut quite the party took place here saturday october 14th.sot my car got completely shot up but not my houseit ended in violence when, police say two rival gangs began shooting at one another.ann golden lives next doorand hid in her house when she heard rapid gun fire. ann golden / witness sot
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witnessessot i missed seeing the guys driving down the street spraying it with bullets natsbernal heights neighbors alarmed by the violence came to this community meeting to question their elected officials and police.the owner of 212 banks is in bali, according to supervisor hillary ronan.since he doesn't live at the home, renting it on site like airbnb for a weekend is in violation of the city short term rental policy. also by january 2018, all users must be registered with the city.if the law was in place now.sot supervisor hillary ronan / district 9 "this never would have happened because this absent landlord could never have rented to outsiders for parties."a few cars left parked on banks street are still wounded by bullet holes. and neighbors say their roofs and yard were damaged when the dozens of people at the party ran from the gunfire.sot i saw girls running and hiding behind carsairbnb tells kron 4 news, the host is now permanently removed from its platform.and its insurance program will reimburse neighbors for any property damage.still banks street will never be the samesot i was scaredjustine standup..two people were hurt. police apologized for not responding to 911 calls about a loud party.maybe that would have stopped the sf justine waldman kron 4 news.
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(pam) if you drive around the bay area.. you have probably seen these.. thay are 'ford go- bike' stations.. you usually find them in busy areas .. people can use them to rent a bike... but now, one bay area
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neighborhood is upset.. because one of the bike sharing stations is going up ... right in front of their homes. kron4's charles cliford is live tonight in oakland... charles- you visited the rockridge neighborhood where some people are pretty upset tonight? well, across the bay area there are several bike sharing companies that are letting people rent bikes for a few hours at a time one of the most biggest companies is ford go bike. they are aggressively expanding here in oakland but neighbors and along one quiet street say they were never told this was happening and they're worried about what it could mean for their neighborhood. natsthis coming friday, ford go bike plans to install one of its bike sharing stations here along shafter avenue in the rockridge area. the new bike rack and payment kiosk
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will replace two neighborhood parking spaces.sotwe are not really sure why it's going in residential area.anna dair and her family live about two doors down. she says they didn't know this was going to happen. she's not opposed to people riding bikes but she's worried about how this project got approved.soti think in concept the idea is very good. we have a transportation problem in the bay area and bikes are a great solution. the problem we have with this is that we are not sure the proper process was followed. that notice wasn't given to people who would have a rack in front of their house. oakland city councilmember dan kolb represents the rockridge area. he says he has received multiple message from concerned neighbors, but he also says it appears that while ford go bike did follow the rules when it come to public outreach. they probably could have done a better job. sotthere was an effort to get input and tell everyone, but that effort wasn't thorough enough to reach everybody and that was part of the problem.a spokesperson for ford go bike told kron 4 in a statement wednesday that " "working closely with the oakland department of transportation, we've done extensive community outreach about these stations and canvassed these neighborhoods to talk with residents face-to-face about bringing bike share to their community." project was approved, anna and several of her neighbors are also worried that the new racks could have an impact on their quiet street.sotwe have an issue with the look and stations and how it might change the character of our neighborhood and frankly how it might affect the property value of our home which we worked very
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hard to obtain. now, we are also told that how long the bikes remain along shafter will depend on how many people use them. in oakland,charles clifford kron 4 news. (steve) a live look outside at san francisco.. it was another unusually hot day around the bay area.. san francisco hit the high eighties this afternoon. but there is a little bit of relief on the way for some. kron4 chief meteorologist brittney shipp is standing by in the weather center with what you can expect tomorrow. look for at least two more days of warm temperatures with comfortable overnight conditions. modest cooling trend back to normal occurs over the weekend and into early next week as onshore winds return. dry weather persists at least through halloween and likely beyond.
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(pam) coming up new at ten: the prank that left a father dead.... what we know about the teens accused in the crime. (steve) then also new tonight..with san francisco close to approving safe
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injection sites.. we will take you inside one of the places already in operation.. where drug users can shoot-up under medical supervision. (pam) and next at ten: surveillance video from an east bay jewelry store.. showing just how fast a robbery can happen. ♪ hey grandpa. hey, kid. really good to see you. you too. you tell grandma you were going fishing again? maybe. (vo) the best things in life keep going. that's why i got a subaru, too. introducing the all-new crosstrek. love is out there. find it in a subaru crosstrek. new video tonight from
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walnut creek showing a man stealing a very expensive jewel. take a look.. this happened at king's jewelers on north california boulevard on
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october 12th. the man asks to see a jewel... as soon as he gets the merchandise into his hands... he takes off running. the man got into a waiting getaway car.. that was driven by a woman.... it's desribed as a green late nineties two door saturn.... if you recognize this man -- walnut creek police would like to hear from you. (pam) also tonight -- novato police are looking for a woman they say stole a ring from a jewelry store. these are surveillance photograhs of the suspect... police say, she stole the ring from the gold rush jewelers in the novato fair shopping center, off redwood boulevard. the ring was worth 75- hundred dollars. (steve) new at ten:the teens accused of throwing a rock of a highway overpass and killing a man in van below... will remain in jail. the crime happened in michigan last week.the man killed was a father -- he was riding home from work when he was hit by the rock which came crashing through the windshield. reporter andy rose is tracking developments.
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sheriff robert pickell/ genesee county: "it's not a prank, it's second-degree murder. i don't think anybody's laughing."five teenagers who have been charged with second degree murder for throwing rocks off an overpass and killing a man, have been denied bond.the teens, aged 15 to 17 years old, were somber as they were arraigned in a michigan courtroom tuesday. the boys were throwing rocks off a highway overpass near flint last week, when one of the large boulders flew threw the windshield of a van. kenneth white, 32, was struck in the face, head and chest while riding in the passenger seat, and killed.white leaves behind a fiance and a young son.amy cable/ kenneth white's fiance: "they took away a child's father and the love of my life. and his stupid act took away a life."all five teens are being charged as adults, with one count of second-degree murde, and conspiracy to commit murder, along with several other charges. david leyton/ prosecutor: "i don't believe
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that this was a deliberate attempt to take somebody's life. it was a willful and wanton act that resulted in somebody's death." if convicted, the teens could face life in prison. but according to white's father, no punishment would ever be enough for the people who took away his son.kenny white/ victim's father: "because even if they spend 30 years in prison, they get to wake up every single day. they still get phone calls from their parents. they still get visitors. my son don't get none of that no more. that was taken away from him for something stupid."a preliminary hearing is scheduled for november second. i'm andy rose reporting. (pam) tonihgt, police are investigating a rape at stanford university. it is the third sexual assault reported in less than a month.. and it may represent a disturbing trend on college campuses across the country. kron4's rob fladeboe takes a closer look at the numbers for three bay area universities. the stanford university department of public safety confirms it is investigating the alleged rape reported just after midnight on monday. a spokesman said victim and suspect are known to each
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other. police have reportedly investigated at least three other rapes on campus this year. one in each of the months of july, september and october.(graphic)according to statistics compiled through compliance with the jeanne clery disclosure of campus security act, in 2016 there were a total of 45 sexual offenses reported at stanford, including 33 rapes.stanford professor michele dauber, is leading the effort to recall judge aaron persky over what many believe to be the far too lenient sentencing of stanford athlete brock turner, who was convicted of sexual assault. enough is enough says dauber. michele dauber/stanford professor"what we know about stanford from stanford's own data is that 43 percent of under graduate students experience some sort of sexual violence at stanford and only 2.7 percent ever report to to police or to anyone"across the bay at u-c berkeley, police said they are looking into a report from a victim of a sexual assault which occurred in a dorm room. (graphic)the clery report for 2016 lists a total of 47 sexual offenses at u-c berkeley, including 33 cases of rape.(graphic)at san jose state university there were a total of 22 sexual offenses
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and 6 incidents of rape or statuatory rape.michele dauuber says nothing will change unless and until stanford and other schools do more to hold the perpetrators of sexual assault accountable. michele dauber/stanford professor".at stanford in 2016 we know that they actually found that three students were responsible for sexual assault and none of them was expelled, if we don't start holding the pepetrators o sexual assault responsible thse numbers are only going to continue to see these kinds of numbers"in palo alto rob fladeboe kron 4 news. (steve)a live look outside over san francisco outside over a live look (steve) (steve) a live look outside over san francisco tonight. (pam ) chief meterologist brittney shipp has the forecast.
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look for at least two more days of warm temperatures with comfortable overnight conditions. modest cooling trend back to normal occurs over the weekend and into early next week as onshore winds return. dry weather persists at least through halloween and likely beyond.
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(pam) still ahead new at ten: the group of college students trying to make people aware .... some halloween costumes can be considered offensive.. even the ones you can buy at halloween stores. (steve) and next:new details about a california mom who was the target of ahigh profile kidnapping case... tonight what police are saying about sherri papini's abductors..
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woman: so, greg, it's a lot to take in. woman 2: and i know that's hard to hear, but the doctors caught it early. hi, blake! my dad has cancer. woman: and i know how hard that is to hear. but you're in the right place. man: and dr. pascal and her team, they know what to do. they know what to do. the doctors know what to do. so here's the plan. first off, we're going to give you all... (voice fading away)
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first off, we're going to give you all... (steve) new details tonight in the sherri papini kidnapping.... today ..
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police releasing the 9-1-1 call from her husband... and revealing that d=n=a from an unknown male .... was found on her clothes after her release. the shasta county mother, who says she was abducted by two hispanic women and held for three weeks... before she was found bruised and branded, more than 100 miles away, catherine heenan has the new information on a story that made headlines almost a year ago. "just bring her home"a tearful appeal by sherri papini's husband last year, answered three weeks later... along an interstate in yolo county."is she on the freeway? " "confirmed. northbound i5 just south of yolo." investigators say papini was traumatized, emotionally and physically."the suspects did brand her, i will not get into the details of where the brand is located on her body"> sheriff's deputies admitted her story was strange but they had no reason to doubt it.sfx papini herself has not talked publicly about her ordeal.the daily mail released these photos of her last august, with short brown today, a flood of new information, not only the
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mysterious dna and sketches of the abductors, but also an explanation of why investigators flew to detroit to pursue a lead.newly revealed text messages indicated papini was trying to arrange a meeting with a michigan man.after interviewing him, the deputies cleared him of any involvement. we also learned today that papini told investigators that right before she was released, her two captors argued, and then she heard a gunshot.flash whiteafter that, papini says the younger of the women escorted her into a vehicle and drove along a winding road, eventually dropping her on the side of the road."chp is advising she is heavily battered and chained to something" (pam) coming up- new at ten:a look at three most expensive and least expensive cities for renting, in the bay
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area... (steve) and also new at ten:we will take inside a safe injection site.. where drug users can shoot up with medical -- when they could be coming to san francsicso.. (pam) and next:why the n- double-a-c-p is warning african americans... not to fly on the world's largest airline. ♪ with the alaska airlines visa signature card you get a companion ticket every year. so why not take someone that you see all the time. someone like, i dunno, me? i mean i always spell your name right and put a little unicorn in your foam. no pressure but i really need to get out of here. they've been playing the same playlist for three months and i'm pretty sure you're not supposed to eat scones for dinner this many days in a row. mexico, hawaii, costa rica, i don't really know. i'm a quick packer. ♪ (steve) tonight the
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n--double-a-c-p has issued an travel advisory..urging african americans not to book tickets on american airlines. (pam) the organization is warning .... passengers could be subject to discrimination or even unsafe conditions, kron4's dan kerman at s-f-o with the details. suggestions of racism being leveled wednesday at the world's largest air carrier, american airlines the naacp has issued a traveling warning suggesting african americans should "exercise caution" when booking and boarding flights on american airlines because that could be subject them to "disrespectful, discriminatory or unsafe conditions." sot rev. amos brown, naacp san francisco president 21-31it is a gesture to enable people to take their lives into consideration and beware of where they are traveling and with whom they are travelling the naacp cites a handful of so-called disturbing incidents involving american airlines staff and african american passengers.sot james howard/american airlines
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passenger i didn't have that experience, but because i didn't doesn't mean its not happening elsewhere african americans arriving on american airlines flights at sfo wednesday were aware of travel warning and most said it could impact future travel sot brenda belsito/american airlines passengerit would definitely make me think twice about flying americansotdown the raod i do have to be wary of these things if they are going to put out warnings like thiswhile the travel warning is not an outright boycott, the naacp says american airlines must train its employees better.sotstandup dan kerman/sfo 144-154for its part american airlines says its disappointed to hear about the travel advisory. it says it doesn't tolerate discrimination and is eager to meet with the naacp to discuss their concerns. at sfo, dan kerman kron 4news159/std (pam) three tesla employees have filed lawsuits against tesla in fremont.... they say, the workplace is so hostile to black workers it was - quote - "straight from the jim crow era." an engineer claims, she was cat-called on the factory floor ... and was terminated after she sued for gender discrimination. a total of four lawsuits (pam)
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159/std4newskerman kron 4news 159/std (pam) three tesla employees have filed lawsuits against tesla in fremont.... they say, the workplace is so hostile to black workers it was - quote - "straight from the jim crow era." an engineer claims, she was cat-called on the factory floor ... and was terminated after she sued for gender discrimination. a total of four lawsuits have been filed. tesla released a statement saying, it takes all complaints seriously... but adds, there has never been a proven case of discrimination against the company in tesla's history. (steve) new a ten: rent prices in the bay area rising.... we have new numbers.. these are the
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most bay area expensive cities for a one bedroom apartment. in san francisco - the average rent went up by 90 dollars to 3,480 dollars. in mountain view the average rent went up 50 dollars to 3,110 dollars. and in redwood city the average rent is 2,800 dollars. these are the least expensive bay area cities to live in... vallejo has an average one bedroom rent price of 1,300 dollars. the santa rosa average is $1,520 and the napa average is $1,570. (steve) of course the numbers in the north bay could soon be changing.. especially in sonoma county. the north bay firestorm has the potential to make the housing crisis there even worse. realtors and property managers are keeping an eye on any price gouging in the market.... but there may be some vacation rental properties that can charge whatever they want... even during a time like this. kron4's haaziq madyun has the story. (pkg
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are very ethical and they understand what is going on"> what is going on is an extreme lack of available housing due to the wildfire say the folks here at the north bay association of realtors. keller and williams realtor mike kelly is taking a look at some of the price and specs rental proprtites on the market to see if there is any price gouging he says his real estate brokers and property managers are working together to keep prices under controlhe says the challenge for owners of rental properties will come from the property insurance industry
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come to you, if you're renting the place for $2000 and say we will give you $4000. so everybody trying to get that place for $2000 gets knocked off by the insurance companies. we've heard as high as $10-thousand-dollars for a $2000 apartment">he says the city council of santa rosa is working on an emergency ordinance to keep rental price increases in the neighborhood of 10%. however he says owners of vacation rental properties are not subject to residential rental price restrictionsin santa rosa haaziq madyun kron4news (pam) indepth tonight: a closer look at the controversial idea of "safe injection sites". the san francsico health department says, some could potentionally open in the city within the next 12- months. that is if a proposal to create them .. is approved. safe injection sites basically create a clean space for drug users to shoot up with medical supervision. the goal: prevent overdose deaths. new at ten: c-nn's sanjay gupta takes us inside
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one site.. already open in new york. donna prince/mother to a heroin addict: "it's a living hell. you worry day and night. you try to do other things, but it's always in the back of your mind. you go to bed at night, i say, "good night, taylor," and i keep him in my prayers and just hope that i'm going to hear from him."like any mother would, donna prince worries all the time... her middle child 35 year old taylor... is an addict. it's been six weeks since she last saw him-- even though she had given him an iphone to stay in touch. donna prince/mother to a heroin addict: "he's my son. i know he's sorry. i know he doesn't mean to do it. i know it's not him. i know it's the drug."dr. sanjay gupta/reporting: "do you get angry with him?"donna prince/mother to a heroin addict: "i was angry when he sold the phone the next day. it's only a material thing. i could replace the phone. i can't replace taylor."dr. sanjay gupta/reporting: "do you worry about that?"donna prince/mother to a heroin addict: "all the time."dr.
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sanjay gupta/reporting: "about him dying?"donna prince/mother to a heroin addict: "yes."dr. sanjay gupta/reporting: "for the last six weeks--"donna prince/mother to a heroin addict: "no, for 20 years."dr. sanjay gupta/reporting: "for 20 years."donna prince/mother to a heroin addict: "20 years my son has been a heroin addict."donna tells us there's a good chance taylor is here at the corner projects in washington heights. it's a needle exchange. but also has this... one of the most controversial bathrooms in the country. a place where people like taylor come to use drugs but are also monitored and can be saved with medication which can reverse an overdose.dr. sanjay gupta/reporting: "when taylor first told you about the bathroom, what were your first thoughts when he first told you about the bathroom... what was your first thought when you heard about that?" donna prince/mother to a heroin addict: "he's going to do it whether he wants to or
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not. whether he's going to do it under the bridge. where they go. or if he's going to go in my bathroom and do it. at least there, i don't know people are watching over him. and if he does overdose, he's not going to die. cause they're going to be able to save him."dr. sanjay gupta/reporting: "how does a place like this exist in the sense the interaction with the legal world, the law enforcement world?"liz evans/washington heights corner project: "there are policies that exist that they state has provided to encourage access to narcan, clean surfaces and other suggestions for how bathrooms operate in syringe programs." hector mata manages the corner project's bathroom program hector mata/washington heights corner project: "this is how actually our clients will do it when they come in. they'll sit down. they'll put all their supplies here to make sure that they're preparing the cocaine or whatever substance you're going to inject. there's a cooker and with cotton in there for people to use it to filter the heroin or whatever they are
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injecting."dr. sanjay gupta/reporting: "you got an intercom in here so you can talk to somebody check on them. you've got a timer so you can sort of keep an eye on trying to guess."what you're seeing is a particularly provocative way of trying to reduce death from heroin overdose. some see it as condoning drug use but (pam) it is estimated that san francsico has some 22-thousand injecting drug users... and about 100 - overdose deaths per year. (steve) new at ten:a group of college students is trying to make people aware that some halloween costumes that seem fun to some.. might be offensive to others.alot of the costumes are sold in halloween stores across the country. reporter lauren matthias shows us... lauren matthias:"i'm here at the center for diversity at southern utah university. around campus these posters are hanging to help people understand what is and isn't offensive for halloween."nat pop"i remember whenever we
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would have halloween parties, people would dress up as a stereotype and i think that's when it becomes really really harmful. "christopher mendoza now works for s-u-u's center for diversity and inclusion, but just last year he was a college student ... and as a latino, he found many costumes at halloween parties insensitive. sot :18 christopher medoza,suu center for diversity and inclusion coordinatori think people reducing it to that stereotype of: latino's are drug dealers and criminals and that repeated hurtful rhetoric that reduces us to something that isn't our true full experience is something that can be really harmful."voafter having conversations with students about the topic ... the center decided to launch "my culture is not my costume".sotmaria martinezcenter for diversity and inclusionsouthern utah university"it's just a campaign to remind people to be mindful of their costumes and how they could potentially be offending different cultures.vothe campaign includes posters of actual s-u-u- students holding photos of different racial and ethnic outfits in hopes to spark dialogue.sotmaria martinezcenter for diversity
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and inclusionsouthern utah university"especially those who have been historically oppressed, it's really offensive when someone dresses up like them and kind of mocks their culture, kind of reduces them to be a character,that's when it becomes offensive when you can choose when to dress up like that and when not to dress up like that, when some of those marganalized communities don't have that abilitiy to do that, right? that is their skin every single day. it's not a joke, it's a reality."sot :18 christopher medoza,suu center for diversity and inclusion coordinator"i think the importance of this campaign is to get people to understand the perspective of these marginalized groups, so whether people agree at the end of the day or not, to sort of stop, reflect, and consider the perspective of those who look different than you or sit in different shoes ...lauren matthias: "these posters and others like them will be up all week and until halloween. (steve) kelloggs is aplogizing after a complaint that the artwork on corn pops cereal boxes is racially insensitive. the controversy is over this game on the back of the box.... the little corn pop characters on it are doing different activities like shopping and playing in the arcade. one twitter user took offense because the only corn pop character with a darker yellow tone is cleaning the floors.... saying it was "teaching
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kids racism." in response-- kelloggs is updating its artwork.
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(steve) often at this time of night, kron4's stanley roberts tells the stories of people behaving badly...hoping to inspire folks to do the right thing.(pam) but tonight.. he is taking a different approach, reaching out to people doing the right
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thing...with a good suggestion to help you from getting ripped off .. on bart. using the bay area rapid transit aka bart can be sometimes be an interesting experience, nats: ambiance what i noticed is that most people done have a clue as to whats going on around them while they are there waiting for a train most of them have their heads buried inside their electronic devices, either watching movies or scrolling through their social media accounts nats ambiance as the trains come and go many will look up to see if it's their train, but then its back to staring into the phone or tablet and that gives the bad guys an advantage because; do to some riders lack of attentiveness there has been an huge uptick in snatch and grab robberies ..although i think snatch and grab is redundant it should be called snatch and run because that's what they do. they wait for
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the doors then as they close they snatch and run with all the thefts of hi tech equipment there a low tech way of keeping your electronics from getting stolen, just give them the finger. no not that finger , this finger and hold your phone just like this so i walked around bart giving impromptu lessons on the simple low tech way to keep their phones safe althought the easiest way to is put your phone away we all know that is asking too much for some people so i show them the unsafe way see how you are holding your phone? so what going to prevent someone from running and taking it from you, nothing what usually on your phone? personal information what else photos . and the safer way i would feel you on my hand where as like this it's almost like they can just yea yea i can see the difference ok that was quick that was easy this is safer (yes it is safer) it is safer yea while you're riding bart right so remember if you want to keep the bad guys from snagging your phone give them the finger ! in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news
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(steve) you know how dogs sometimes look like they're smiling when their mouths are open?(pam) well, in texas -- a rescue dog named cheech.... may be taking the cake for the best smile... in one shot, the pooch shows his pearly whites.... in an expression that is something between a growl and a grin. but then, in another shot, he closes his mouth... beaming with what undeniably looks like a happy smile. the city of waller animal shelter and rescue.... posted the pictures on facebook, and they quickly went viral... and now, the cuddly canine has even more reason to smile... cheech has been adopted... (steve) we have exciting news about the dog found on the bart tracks last month... the pit bull-- appropriately named "bart"-- has been adopted. according to bart officials... the dog has been adopted by a rider.adopted by a rider. the dog was caught by bart police after holding up morning commuters. after a check up... "bart" went to the oakland animal shelter... where he was put up for
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adoption. staff says ... "bart" is very friendly... loves giving kisses and getting belly rubs. they say, his new owner will get lots of cuddling. game 2 of the world series in los angeles and for the event the dodgers brought back some old legends"it's time for dodger baseball!" vin scully flanked by fernado valenzuela and former catcher steve yeager threw out the first pitch... actually valenzuela did for scully... top 9th/ 3-2 dodgers astros down to their last outmarwin gonzalez solo home run off kenley janzen who was going for his 2nd-carer 6-out save 3-3 tie after the atros took a 5-3
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lead now 5-4 in the 10th enrique hernandez singles to right logan forsythe scores 5-5 tie!top 11th/5-5 tiegeorge springer 2-run home run off former "a" brandon mccarthy 7-5 astrosfinal: 7-6 astros (8 home runs in the game)series tied 1- 1 game 3 friday in houston warriors taking on the toronto raptorsback at home in oracle arenaklay thomson hits the long two at the end of the half... thompson scored 22 points he will donate $44,000
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from this game to north bay fire relief half from klay half from hs shoe company anta 4th quarterdemarr derozan fall away jumper 110-105 raptors(derozan: 24 points) durant pulls up from behind the arc and nails it!... 112- 112 tie(durant: 29 points)tie game 35 seconds leftcurry off the pass from durant nails the 3-pointer to put the dubs up for good 115-112 (curry: 30 points)final: 117-112 warriors the san jose earthquakes in the playofs for the first time since 2012in vancouver taking on the white caps33rd minute/ scorelessvancouver's fredy montoya scores on the header 1-0 whitecaps and the floodgates just opened from there the whitecaps score 4 mre unanswered goalsfinal: 5-0 vancouverearthquakes season ends in the 1st round of the mls playoffs
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raiders getting for raiders raiders getting for the bills sunday in buffalo... meanwhile derek carr compared reigning afc offensive player of the week amari cooper to mlebron james..."we just saw lebron, he was talking about how he played point game and you take a guy that's super smart that can go from playing the three and then go to play the one, and he can go play knows all the the plays. amari's the same kind mentally. he's the same kind of guy.""being compared to lebron, i mean you're a miami guy. what does that mean to you, your quarterback calling you lebron?"" i think it was a hyberbolie" (laughter)
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a baby adds love and joy to a family.but a baby can also bring out bad money habits in parents.first things first -- don't cave to parental pressure.try not to buy every new gadget that claims to make your child the next einstein. and don't compare yourself to other doesn't end well. expect new can budget all you want -- but
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when the first child comes along -- there are some expenses you may not add more to your emergency savings.look at tax breaks.uncle sam can help you come tax the child and dependent care tax credit. eligible parents may get up to 3 thousand dollars per child. start saving for college now. the earlier you save -- the better.and continue to fund your retirement.if you need to cut something from your budget -- don't sacrifice your or your child's future.
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♪ what if home security was different? what if it looked different? what if the measure of working, was that you never had to think about it. ♪ what if it was so easy to use, you actually used it. [alarm] you have 3 minutes to exit. what if it gave you time, and what you really need from home security. a sense of security. ♪ oh, you yeah!ht butch. (butch growls at man) he's looking at me right now, isn't he? yup. (butch barks at man) butch is like an old soul that just hates my guts. (laughs)
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(vo) you can never have too many faithful companions. introducing the all-new crosstrek. love is out there. find it in a subaru crosstrek. (steve) many parents wonder what is the right age to get their child a tablet... and tonight a new report says there has been a dramatic increase in younger kids having their own tablet... that's according to a report from the nonprofit organization, common sense media. they say nearly half of kids aged eight and younger have their own tablet device. that's a sharp increase from 2013, when just seven-percent of young kids had their own device. researchers also found that the amount of time young children spend looking at screens has tripled in the past four years. they say young children now spend an average of 48 minutes a day
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looking at device screens. look for at least two more days of warm temperatures with comfortable overnight conditions. modest cooling trend back to normal occurs over the weekend and into early next week as onshore winds return. dry weather persists at least through halloween and likely beyond. he's brought us to the brink of nuclear war.
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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
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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.
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i'm natalie morales. and i'm craig melvin. and this is dateline on mynetworktv. n't look like a 15-year-old boy. he didn't act like a 15-year-old boy. he said that they were friends, but that nothing had happened. the text messages are the truth. natalie morales: she was a 33-year-old high school tutor. he was her 15-year-old student. he was in love. natalie morales: but after his mom found this on his phone, police knew this was no innocent teenage crush. he said that they had sex on several different occasions. it was an illegal relationship. natalie morales: a horrible crime to be accused of. but she insisted he wasn't the victim-- she was. i was petrified of him-- petrified. natalie morales: she says he forced himself on her. did you ever have consensual sex with him? never.


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