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northern california were visited between monday and wednesday this week.(grant) it's part of ice's ongoing effort to crack down on businesses that employee illegal workers kron 4's charles clifford is live for us tonight in the newsroom with details. he also has reaction from san francisco's district attorney. charles. . . (chuck)well, ice says that what they are doing is giving businesses fair warning that they will be audited to ensure that employees at those businesses are in this country legally. we don't know exactly which businesses were targeted but we have a broad description of where. let's take a look at a map ice says they issued what are called i-9 audit notices to 77 busineese spread across san francisco, san jose, sacramento and other unspecified spots in northern califronia. now, earlier today kron 4 spoke with san francisco district george gascon. he says that his office was aware that ice might be taking action this week, but he didn't know the scope of what they were up to. he also feels that ice audits and raids are counterproductive .
communities underground. what you create is a tremendous seperation between the immigrant community. .both documenteed and undocumented. . and the rest of society. not a good thing.>(chuck)now, this lastest (chuck)now, this lastest ice action comes just a few weeks after ice agents issued similiar notices to 7-11 stores across the country included 7-11's in 6 bay area cities. in those cases and the actions taken this week, it's unclear how many if any arrest were made. finally, ice officials are defending their actions and said in a statement today that they are focused on protecting jobs for u.s. citizens and others who are lawfully employed, eliminating unfair competitive advantages for companies that hire an illegal workforce, and strengthening public safety and national security in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. (vicki) new tonight at 9...religious leaders across the bay area area standing up against ice's latest raids. at a press conference in san mateo earlier this evening.. they announced their solidarity with immigrants. kron 4's hermela aregawi was
there.. and she joins us live with the details.. hermela? (hermela live)faith leaders say.. they want immigrants in this community to know they are not alone. that if they need any sort of services or simply a place to stay.. their doors are open.a show of unity..officials.. and religious leaders respond to ice's latest threats..as the agency ramps up raids in northern californiadavid canepa/san mateo county board of supervisorsi am asking the administration to stop their assault of working families faith leaders denounced ice's approach.. saying it's traumaitizing immigrants in their community.rev. dr. penny nixon/congregational church of san mateothis is tearing at the very fabric of our community and seeding fear in a way that is just undoing people, we are called to step in... we are saying to anybody who feels fearful, you are not alonefor reverand penny nixon... the issue is also personal.rev. dr. penny nixon/congregational church of san mateoi have an adopted daughter who is an immigrant and i lived with a great unease until she got her
citizenship. if she was still undocumented at this moment i don't know what i would be doing.for now, clergy members are doing what they can do.. making sure immigrants here know their doors are open.. in hopes that their houses of workship might provide a layer of defense against ice. (vicki) in addition to breaking
this story about businesses raided in the bay area on air at five...we also alerted you with a push from our mobile app. stay connected on breaking news in your neighborhood by downloading it today. lawrence karnow: it was another spring-like day around the bay area with highs soaring into the 70s in many places. it should be a rather mild evening bofore temperatures begin to cool into the 40s. doppler radar is still showing rain well to the north with only a few clouds moving across our skies.on the satellite image you can see the storm track shifting further to the north as high pressur builds over california. offshore winds will strengthen overnight to bring even warmer weather to the bay area tomorrow. highs tomorrow under mostly sunny skies will be in the 60s to
mid 70s. even warmer weather and possibly record breaking temperatures are possible on saturday. it wouldn't be a surprise to see a few temperatures sneak into the low 80s. i think we will see some slight cooling on sunday as high pressure begins to weaken. fair and above normal temperatures will continue into late next week. (grant) new tonight at nine... a woman in suisun city...is attacked and robbed in her own home... and tonight police are asking for the public's help...as they try to hunt down men...connected to two separate home break-ins. both crimes happened yesterday morning at homes on on potrero street and camellia lane... kron 4's ali reid joins us live from the neighborhood .... so ali...has word spread...are people there worried tonight? ... neighbors here all communicate
with each other.word has spread and understandably they're on edge.this woman was in her home on portero street when she heard noises downstairs.she went to check it out and found 2 masked men, who police say shoved her into a bathroom and demanded she stay there.they rummaged through her home and took whatever they wanted before taking off in a silver porsche s-u-v with no plates on the front.both men are described as black, wearing black hoodies, ski masks and gloves. one was about 5-foot-10 inches tall weighing 200 pounds.the other was a little taller . around 6 feet .. with a slender build.one neighbor i spoke to is extremely concerned about his mother, who is being treated for cancer and is normally home alone. tyrone lewis / neighbor if you're home you don't necessarily think to put on your alarm, but after i saw this i texted my mother and told her to lock the doors, put on the alarm. just extra protectionstanduppolice
believe the same 2 men were involved in another home invasion on camellia lane. the thieves also broke in by smashing the rear sliding door, and the same vehicle was spotted outside.reporting live in suisun city ali reid kron 4 news (grant) the manhunt continues for the man accused of ramming a motorcycle deputy with a stolen suv. it happened around 9:30 this morning on arbor ave in hayward just off 880. authorities say the alameda county deputy was trying to pull the driver over for speeding. authorities say the deputy was still on his bike when the suspect put the suv in reverse... slamming into him. authroties say the deputy was dragged for at least 15 feet...and once free from the motorcycle... the driver tried to run the deputy
down again. authorities say the suspect put the car into drive... and tried once again to hit the officer before taking off. the deputy fired his gun at the suv as it drove off. one man who lives nearby heard the commotion."i heard for what sounded like firecrackers loud ones. i got my clothes on and went outside looked on the block and i saw the motorcycle cop on the ground the bike not him." the suv was found abandoned a short distance from the incident. authorities say there is no evidence the suspect suffered a major gunshot injury. the deputy suffered only minor injuries. (vicki) an auto burglary turns violent, sending a police officer to the hospital, after he is allegedly run over by a suspect. it happened this afternoon in a popular tourist spot...at hayes and pierce streets..... near the painted ladies and alamo square. kron four's terisa estacio has details on the arrests and spoke to the
tourists involved who have a message for the injured officer. the officer was undercover at the time he was hurt the tourists extremely grateful for his bravery and quick action. (estacio) what would you like to say to the officer? he is a hero. he sacrfriced his life to help us. and what a day it turned out to be for this group who just arrived in san francisco thursday morning from orlando. the group had parked this black toyota near alamo square to go take some pictures - when erin's husband, forrest using his binnoculars, realized their car was being broken in to and, then realized, a police officer on a bike was trying to stop the suspect.forrest lin. i was scared. forrest says he was scared, because he then saw another suspect try and run over the officer and the suspect. forrest shared these pictures with kron four news this is the officer injured when the car ran him over and this is emerency
crews treating both the officer and the suspect. the driver of the car - took off, but then crashed close by here at hayes and buchannan. a woman in a prius was struck, residents say they saw it unfold in front of them. daigin gaither, witness. they just jumped out and took off. san francisco police say the undercover plainclothes officer hit by one of the suspects was part of an ongoing operation to help crack down on the escalation of auto thefts in the city. robert rueca, san francisco police northern section was out here doing surveillance due to the high number of break ins. erin her husband and two friends tell me the suspects stole two pieces of luggage, but the officer was able to save their backpacks. erin. i think we are very grateful to the peace officer for us and the city, he acted very quickly (estacio ) police say they are still looking for possibly other suspects that may have been involved in this operation. ritght now they have two suspects in custody, te te
(grant) coming up... caught on camera... a san bernardino deputy punching, kicking a suspect in the head during an arrest... why the man who recorded the video is defending the sheriff. (vicki) plus... four students injured after a young girl opens fire in a middle school classroom... details on investigation next.... (grant) and it's super bowl weekend... we'll show you what the culinary team has been working on to create the special menu for those going ot the big game.... ot the big game.... we're alaska airlines. and we don't just fly lumberjacks to glaciers. we fly app developers to mexico city. novelists to nashville. and pilates instructors to palm springs. sure, we love a good glacier. but we also like a little cocoa butter.
say that girl is claiming the whole thing was an accident. you can see officers leading away a dark-haired girl in handcuffs. the shooting happened at sal castro middle school...that's in the westlake neighborhood of los angeles. a 15 year old boy was shot in the head. tonight he's in critical but stable condition. a 15-year-old girl was shot in the wrist. students were cleared by officers one by one before they were allowed to leave. aside from the two students who were shot -- three other people were injured in the resulting chaos. though the shooter says it was an accident, police are investigating a potential motive. (vicki) palo alto police have arrested a man who they say committed several violent crimes within just a few hours. it started around seven pm monday at the macy's at stanford shopping center. police say javas minor groped a female employee. when the loss prevention officer told minor to leave... he reportedly punched the employee in the jaw... and took off. police say a short time later, officers received a call about a robbery at the p-f chang's in
the same shopping center. authorities say minor went into the kitchen claiming to have a gun. according to employees... minor was taking food from the kitchen. police say he threatened to kill several employees before leaving. authorites tracked down minor at the transit center on university avenue. police say as officers were putting minor in a patrol car... he tried to kick an officer. paramedics were called when minor said he could not feel his hands. police say minor spat in the face of a paramedic. he was then taken to the hospital where he tried to bite a nurse. authorities say minor then head-butted that nurse. minor was arrested on a string of charges including robbery and criminal threats. (grant) in the south bay...san jose police detained a man after receiving reports that he was chasing people... with a chainsaw. the chaotic scene played out on flintdale avenue near flint avenue today. authorities say when officers arrived, the man did not have a chainsaw. police say he cooperated with officers. the man was taken to the hospital and placed in a 72-hour psychiatric evaluation.
(vicki) in the east bay... the overnight derailment of a bart maintenance truck made for a rough morning for commuters. the derailment was reported at four this morning in the south hayward area. bart police say the truck runs on the track using special train wheels. bart officials say the truck was traveling on the northbound line on the fremont-warm springs route when it went off the track... damaging the third rail that powers the trains. passengers were frustrated... because they had to wait a half hour. bart officials say, while there was damage to the track, no one was hurt in the derailment. (granti) two months into what are typically california's wettest three months... december, january and february...state water managers found little snowpack in the sierra... overall...the snowpack stands at one-fourth of normal. but, the department of water resources says it's too early to be concerned about falling back into a drought... partially because the state's reservoirs still have enough water from a rainy winter last
year. up to 60 percent of california's water supply starts out as snow. (anchors) joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... lawrence karnow: it was another spring-like day around the bay area with highs soaring into the 70s in many places. it should be a rather mild evening bofore temperatures begin to cool into the 40s. doppler radar is still showing rain well to the north with only a few clouds moving across our skies.on the satellite image you can see the storm track shifting further to the north as high pressur builds over california. offshore winds will strengthen overnight to bring even warmer weather to the bay area tomorrow. highs
tomorrow under mostly sunny skies will be in the 60s to mid 70s. even warmer weather and possibly record breaking temperatures are possible on saturday. it wouldn't be a surprise to see a few temperatures sneak into the low 80s. i think we will see some slight cooling on sunday as high pressure begins to weaken. fair and above normal temperatures will continue into late next week. (vicki) a southern
california communty is asking for answers from its police department... after video shows a deputy sheriff kicking and stomping on a man who had already been handcuffed. the man who recorded the video is defending the sheriff. reporter jasmine viel has more cell phone video shows 21 year old gerardo bernabe vasquez on the ground on highland avenue struggling with a san bernardino co sheriff's deputy around one am last friday.a second deputy arrives to help. as they attempt to lift him by the arms in handcuffs...that's when the first deputy appears to punch vasquez in the head... later on - that same deputy can be seen kicking vasquez three times and even stomping on his face with his boot. jasmine viel/reporting: "but the man who shot that cell phone video told me -what you don't see is that vazquez was running away down this street from the deputy before he was caught. he started recording once vasquez was on the ground."lou callahan/witness: "the only thing people are going to see an entire video is he kicked him in the head. that's the only thing people
going to see."lou callahan was a bail bondsman for 30 years and he raises questions about whether the suspect was obeying orders from the deputy. lou callahan/witness: "stop resisting. stop running if you were told to get on the ground, get on the ground."the department would only say the deputy had noticed the man walking and stopped to check on him.sheriff john mcmahon said in a statement wednesday he is concerned with what he saw in the video and is investigating the use of force. the deputy was placed on paid administrative leave meantime - vasquez's family posted this photo of him to social media and told me since he was released from custody, they have not been able to find him. (vicki) that was jasmine viel reporting. according to a sheriff's department spokesperson-- the confrontation happened after the deputy came upon vasquez...and conducted a self-initiated pedestrian check. police have not
disclosed what prompted the deputy to detain vasquez. (grant) still ahead... the fate of the controversial g-o-p memo is in president trump's hands and it looks like he will 'ok' its release. details ahead. (vicki) and we'll tell you when you can get your hands on the new edition of monopoly...that encourages you to cheat.. we'll explain.
and if we can fix damaged heart valves without open heart surgery, imagine what we can do for an irregular heartbeat, even high blood pressure. if we can use analyze each patient's breast cancer to personalize their treatment, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you. (vicki) 4 your money tonight... amazon is riding high after a successful 2017 --- during which the online retailer hired nearly 130-thousand new employees. (grant) with those new hires --- amazon now employs nearly 550-thousand people. the company says alexa -- amazon's voice assistant --- is also exceeding expectations... as is amazon's membership program --- amazon prime. in 2017,
more than five-billion items were shipped with prime around the world. more new members joined prime last year in the united states and worldwide than in any prior year. (vicki) starbucks has it's own credit card for java junkies. now, it's not just for coffee... but it is designed for coffee addicts. caffeine connoisseurs who can't get enough can now rack up rewards points when they shop at other retailers. coffee guzzlers can then redeem the points - called - fittingly - "stars" - at more than eight-thousand locations nationwide. starbucks' new card - backed by j-p morgan-chase - is an apparent bid to give the java giant a caffeine jolt amid slowing sales. (grant) monopoly is releasing a special 'cheaters' edition of the classic game. in this version...fans are encouraged to play dirty. the goal is to not get caught. the new game will include several tasks for players to complete. if you can successfully cheat your way to getting them done...you'll get rewards. but if you get
caught-- you could end up wearing a handcuff that literally chains you to the game. the cheaters edition is expected to be released this fall. (vicki) coming up... two airlines now tightening the rules for services animals onboard planes... the concerns one local company has on the strict new policy (grant) plus... first it was in san jose... now it's san francisco... the new video of an unsanitary delivery of pork .... to a grocery store in chinatown. hear what the company is saying about it tonight... (vicki) and several laptops stolen in a snatch and grab robbery near the cal campus... we'll tell you which cafe is being targeted..
in the east bay...laptop thefts across the bay area are mounting ... in fact, in berkeley they are averaging a laptop robbery every two days.(grant) kron 4's dan kerman is in berkeley tonight with details on which cafe is being hit... laptop theft in berkeley has become so out of control that students at cal are rethinking when to do homework in public cafe's like thissot jean wu/uc berkeley student 09-16when i'm in public places i will try to be with people but if i am doing something that really requires my attention i will do it in my room where there is no threat like thatthe most recent laptop robbery occurred wednesday night across from campus at cafe estrada, where 4 men walked in, grabbed 4 laptops and headed out to a waiting car. sot kristen cooper/uc berkeley student 27-37last semester when our friend got her's stolen where
she was just sitting down with her laptop i was really cautious but , i think i forgot about it, i didn't know about the ones recently. so i probably shouldn't be doing this i do things kind of risky but i guess today i will be more careful from no on because no i am reminded.while the suspects from the cafe estrada robbery are still on the loose, there have been arrests in other cases. in fact 5 juveniles were taken into custody after allegedly stealing a laptop last month at this starbucks on oxford street. but with 16 laptop thefts in berkeley in january alone it's become incumbent on those who do work at cafes to pay extra attention because police say these are crimes of opportunity.sot sgt. andrew frankel/berkeley police 114-124 on a number of occasions we have seen video of where the robbery occurred where the suspects are casing the restaurant. you see them come in the front door they are walking though the rows of tables, they are not focused on going to the register and placing an order they are focused on who is not paying attention to their surroundings, who's looking and working on their laptops and those are their targets of opportunity. standup dan kerman/berkeley 133-142police don't believe there is an organized group doing these robberies, they believe each of their cases is unrelated. in berkeley, dan kerman, kron 4 news.143/std
(grant) tonight another unsanitary delivery of meat... this time the raw pork delivery happened at a san francisco chinatown market... and again it was caught on camera.... the two men were captured on cell phone video monday night... slinging whole hogs over their shoulders... and walking into the market. so appalled... the witness posted the video to social media to raise awareness. the meat company... "yosemite meet" which is based in modesto... released this statement regarding the video.'we are retraining our delivery staff on the importance of following our standard delivery procedures.... we also hand carry these carcasses into
some businesses... that donút have loading docks.' "yosemite meet" says the two employees have been reprimanded. the witness says she did not see anyone says she did not see anyone eat the meat. the othe recent gross meat delivery was at a ranch 99 in san jose. (vicki) in national news tonight...more elected leaders are pushing back tonight against the possible release of a controversial republican memo. the memo alleges f-b-i abuse of surveillance powers. reporter natasha chen explains why the president is hoping its release may discredit the investigation into his potential ties with russia. president donald trump spoke to the republican national committee tonight at the hotel bearing his name in downtown washington.pres donald trump: we're going to set another record, and that's making our great country so great again. it's a meeting where republicans are focusing on
2018 midterm elections.but hanging over that discussion - is a memo that, sources familiar with the document say, details why the f-b-i wiretapped a former trump campaign aide - carter page. both the f-b-i and justice department have warned against releasing it.republican senator jeff flake and democratic senator chris coons - have also made a bipartisan appeal, saying this release risks undermining u-s intelligence-gathering efforts and politicizing congress' oversight role.democrats say the memo is misleading and inaccurate.rep. adam schiff/d- california: the priority here is not our national security, it's not the country, it's not the interest of justice. it's just the naked personal interest of the president."the document says the f-b-i wiretapped a trump campaign aide, because of an opposition dossier about trump's potential ties to russia. ...a dossier paid for by democrats during the general election - and by an unknown republican client during the g-o-p primary.two sources say trump has told friends by phone that he believes the memo would expose bias against him in the russia probe.but republicans
dispute that motive for the memo's releaserep paul ryan /-r- house speaker: this memo is not an indictment of the fbi of the dept of justice. it does not impugn the mueller investigation. in washington i'm natasha chen. (grant) today...authotr ities are publically apoligizing to a woman... for the handling of her sexual assaut case against disgraced sports doctor larry nassar. brianne randall-gay was just seventeen when she told police she'd been sexually abused by former doctor larry nassar more than a decade ago. randall-gay went to the former michigan state university doctor with back pain in 2004. according to the police report-- it was during her second visit that nassar groped and attempted to penetrate her. the teenager and her mother went to authorities the next day but investigators believed nassar's explanation--that it was a medical technique(sot)
(grant)frank walsh /meridian township manager: "we are sorry that we were manipulated and decieved" "we failed you, we let you down." nassar was sentenced to forty to 175 years in prison last week, after more than 150 women and girls said in court he had sexually abused them. (vicki) back here locally... dogs, cats, a duck, a pig and most recently...a peacock. all animals passengers have brought or tried to bring on a plane. (grant) united airlines announcing a new crackdown... tightening their rules for onboard animals... this follows delta's announcement last week. and as kron- 4's gabe slate reports...one of the policies is raising concerns. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. christine benninger, president and ceo of guide dogs for blind based in san rafael understands why united and
delta airlines want to tighten the leash on emotional support animals flying with their owners. the airlines say people are calling their pets "emotional support animals" so they can fly them for free saving up to hundreds of dollars on a pet ticket. christine says if the "emotional support animal" is not trained it can put thier blind clients with trained service dogs on the aircraft in danger. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. it can put our clients in danger when flying as of march first people will have to submit several documents to united and delta 48 hours before their flight to bring an emotional support animal on board. including current immunization records, a doctor form saying the animal is an official emotional support animal, a signed veterinary form proving the aminal is healthy, and a signed
confirmation that the animal is trained. delta is taking things a step further... they are also requiring travelers with service animals, like blind guide dogs... to jump through the same hoops as travelers with emotional support animals. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. it's not fair to legitamate blind with service animals. christine says assembing all the new required paperwork in time to meet delta's 48 hour in advance deadline.. is unfair to their blind clients. sound from: christine benninger, president and ceo, guide dogs for blind. have to fly for emergencyi asked delta airlines for a reaction to the concern from the service animal community about their new policy. delta directed me to the web page laying out their new policy with a quote from delta management saying: "the rise in serious incidents involving animals in flight leads us to believe that the lack of regulation in both health and training screening for these animals is creating unsafe conditions across u.s. air travel," - john laughter, delta airline, senior vice president corporate safety, security and compliancein san rafael gabe slate kron 4 news.
(vicki) plus we'll take a look at what kind of food will they be serving in the stadium for the super bowl... and how they pay homage to the teams... it's time for the 'ultimate sleep number event' on the only bed that adjusts on both sides to your ideal comfort, your sleep number setting. and snoring? does your bed do that? right now during the ultimate sleep number event,
that james would be intesreted in sitting down with the warriors at seasons end.we all hate to admit this but if a story is trending wehave to admit it....or we look like we are not paying attention to what people are intersted in....now to get james the team would have to trade klay thompson...ask kevin durant to take a major pay cut....not to mention...durant and sterph curry to adopt a..no sweat 3 in not a crowd attitude....here is how sriously the warriors took thew report. "bullsáát, bullsáát. but you know, in this league, it's just like a couple years ago with me coming here. nobody would have thought that so, it's part of me as a basketball player, let's just worry about basketball. but on the other side, it's a business as well."
"he's gotta get number 23 from draymond." i wasn't kidding at the beginning here....the warriots this morning gave absolutly no credence to the story and neither did cleveland or any other out-let..credible or not......but you have to run the story because thats all sports fans were talking about. james really is an intersting chracter....a front page talent since he was 14.....he grew up never knowing his father...shuttling from place to place with his mother....yet somehow..of course with the help of god given talent.....becoming a global icon....who is so much more than a baketball player. he married his high school sweetheart..by all accounts is the devoted father of four and a guy who gives millions to charirities to clevalerland area charitites....all the while not just writitng checks....but phsivcally making his presecence felt. its a nice dream lebron to the warriors but its just that a dream which we and the media
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lane!(vicki) but that's not happening on valencia street in san francisco. everyone loves to use the bike lanes on valencia street in san francisco let see there are motorcycle operators nats ambiance double parked delivery trucks nats: ambiance ubers and lyft drivers dipping in a for a quick pick up or drop off nats: ambiance and apparently . parking enforcement .this was in the protected lane outside of california pacific medical center. where according to the sfmta since the interceptors are motorcycles they are not permitted in the protected lanes nats: ambiance that being said the city is spending up to 145 thousand dollars to look into who is doing what in the bike lanes you get down to 17th and valencia, there's all these
uber cars double parked in the bike lanes valencia street is also known as bike route 45 and on any given day you will find delivery trucks blocking the bike lane like this at 20th street the truck is blocking half the bike land and half the roadway . the sfmta says that is a big no - no nats: ambiance but you also have drivers like this one i captured with my go-pro 6 caught cruising in the bike lane dipping in and out with their blinker onnats: ambiance then at the light, the driver appears to want to turn right but gets waved off by the cyclist then when the light changes he go straight then in a split second dipps back into the bike lane because he found a parking spot which is one of the only times you can be in the bike lane the other time is when you are pulling into a driveway or you're about to turn at the end of the block but you definitely shouldn't do this nats: ambiance or this nats:ambiance what i learned is it's not just uber and lyft that are part of the problem it seems to be everyone who is not riding a bicycle caught in the lanes as i said before the sfmta is spending 145 thousand dollars for a year long study . maybe i just saved them some money in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news
(grant) 4 your health tonight...your morning coffee might soon come with a warning. california keeps a list of chemicals it considers ápossibleá causes of cancer. acrylamide-- created when coffee beans are roasted-- is considered one of them. a lawsuit filed in los angeles targets companies that make or sell coffee. according to the suit....the defendants failed to warn coffee drinkers that they may be exposed to the chemical. the suit seeks to impose fines and force the companies to post warnings. coffee companies say the acrylamide levels in coffee should be considered safe under state law. they also say the health benefits of coffee outweigh the risks. (vicki) toyota issuing a warning out tonight... they are recalling certain prius and lexus vehicles. the recall includes model year 20-16 prius and lexus r-x vehicles -- and model year 20-15 and 20-16 lexus n-x
vehicles. the involved vehicles have air bag systems... where an open circuit could be created over time -- and eventually the air bags may not deploy... causing major injury... toyota says it will notify all known owners by mail... starting in late march. customers with affected vehicles can take their cars to a toyota or lexus dealer to have the sensors replaced at no cost. lawrence karnow: it was another spring-like day around the bay area with highs soaring into the 70s in many places. it should be a rather mild evening bofore temperatures begin to cool into the 40s. doppler radar is still showing rain well to the north with only a few clouds moving across our skies.on the satellite image you can see the storm track shifting further to the north as high pressur builds over california. offshore winds will strengthen overnight to bring even warmer weather to the bay area tomorrow. highs tomorrow under mostly sunny skies will be in the 60s to mid 70s. even warmer weather and possibly record breaking
temperatures are possible on saturday. it wouldn't be a surprise to see a few temperatures sneak into the low 80s. i think we will see some slight cooling on sunday as high pressure begins to weaken. fair and above normal temperatures will continue into late next week. (vicki) a good police dispatcher can be counted on to help an officer get through tough times.(grant) but one dispatcher is taking that commitment to another level. misha dibono reports. next week, the 24-year veteran of the san diego police
department's communications division will give up one of her kidneys so a sick colleague will have a new shot at a better, longer life.sdpd officer art calvert, who for decades has suffered from renal kidney disease, has been waiting almost two years for an organ donor -- his third, including his mother and sister.he said he was "just overwhelmed'' that ballard would make such a serious sacrifice for him, and do so with such aplomb."out of the blue, my guardian angel in blue came along," calvert told reporters outside the police department's northern division station. "she tested without even telling me. next thing i know, she calls me up and says, 'hey, i'm a match! when do you want to do this?'"the two have known each other for more than 20 years, but they were more acquaintances than close friends. when calvert got sick two years ago and needed a kidney transplant, the word was put on through social media. ballard saw the post on facebook and something moved her to get tested."it just kept nagging at me, and i was like, 'i've got to get there.' something was pushing
me, so i did and i'm like, 'well, if i'm a match, it's meant to be.'''that was more than a year ago, but calvert has not been healthy enough to undergo the operation. after putting it off several times, the transplant surgery is now scheduled for feb. 7."debra has given me something that i haven't had for almost four years-- i'll get my life back," calvert said. "i've got a 15-year-old son and a 12-year-old daughter. that's the hard part -- to just get back to running around with them and being a dad again." "as a spiritual person, i believe everything happens for a reason,'' she said. "if i can save his life, why would i not?'' (grant) a very heartwarming story as you saw all the emotions. (vicki) that was (vicki) that was misha dibono reporting from san diego. (grant) after the break.. a locally based movie hits the big screen this weekend and tries to scare up a big
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spirits, killed by the rifle -- we lock them away.">(grant) the bay area's own winchester mystery house gets its big break in hollywood... and the house prominently featured in the new film..."winchester," oscar winner helen mirren will be the legendary widow ásarah winchester... who builds a massive mansion to contain the ghosts she believes haunt her, because they were killed by her families winchester rifles. this is the only movie opening in wide release this weekend. ... (grant) if you're passing on fright...and are football focused instead... you might be interested in the team specific fare.(vicki) the culinary team at u-s bank stadium have spent the last year creating a special menu for the big game. and not only will fans get a taste of minnesota and the twin cities... they will have the opportunity to try some items paying homage to the teams themselves.(grant) there
will be two main sandwiches... and each incorporates signature ingredients that provide a little hometown flavor for fans traveling from boston and philadelphia. the new england clam roll - kettle chip crusted fried clams, house tartar sauce, shredded lettuce, on a griddled roll and the south philly roast pork sandwich - italian roast pork, sauteed broccoli rabe, sharp provolone, on a hoagie roll (vicki) and two specialty cocktails have also been crafted to pair with each sandwich. the wicked red - which is for the a-f-c division is cranberry juice, rum and blueberry... and the midnight green punch for the n-f-c- with vodka, sour apple and lemon-lime soda... ... ..... (pam) thanks vicki and grant.. coming up
grant.. vicki and thanks (pam) thanks vicki and grant.. coming up next at ten: a dangerous suspect entering bay area homes. a local woman... attacked in her own home. tonight... police try to find the suspect .. who they think is also connected to another home break-in. plus: going undergroud to reveal a ghost muni station. it has been functioning as a ghost station for 46 years.. now we learn how it keeping the other stations running. (steve) our news in prime time continues... with kron four news at ten.. nextg
(pam) tonight at ten: immigration and customs enforcement... also known as ice... confirms that it raided dozens of businesses across the bay area. thank you for joining us tonight.. im pam moore. (steve) and im steve averson. as many as 77 locations in northern california were visited between monday and wednesday this week. it's part of ice's ongoing effort to crack down on businesses that employee illegal workers kron 4's
charles clifford is live for us tonight san francisco and has reaction from san francisco's district attorney. charles. . . ice says they issued what are called i-9 audit notices to 77 busineese spread across san francisco, san jose, sacramento and other unspecified spots in northern califronia. now, earlier today kron 4 spoke with san francisco district george gascon. he says that his office was aware that ice might be taking action this week, but he didn't know the scope of what they were up to. sotnow, this lastest ice action comes just a few weeks after ice agents issued similiar notices to 7-11 stores across the country included 7-11's in 6 bay area cities. in those cases and the actions taken this week, it's unclear how