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reponds to the outcry over her decision to warn residents about immigration raids.whoosh elderly survivors of the wine country fire demanding access to their undamaged homes. there's nothing wrong with it ... but they wont let me live in it. ((tracker/steve))now at 8..live storm tracker 4showing rain and snow hitting parts of the bay area tonight...and another big storm is on the way.((2shot))((steve)) thanks for joining us tonight at eight...i'm steve aveson. ((pam)) and i'm pam moore.it is not something we say ofter around here... snow falling in the bay area. it happened in the higher elevations today... ((steve/triplebox))other parts say this...hail, and lots of it.this was the scene in sacramento where the streets were white from all the hail. viewers in newark and walnut creek also sent us video when the hail was coming down. ((pam/cross shot)) let's get right over to our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow who is tracking this wild winter weather...
lawrence? lawrencelawrence karnow: a nice storm brought steady rain to the bay area this morning with some places receiving over an inch of rain on the mountains. rain turned to showers with isolated showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. you can see the storms on doppler. the heavy downpours will diminish through the night. on the satellite you can see the core of the low pressure center passing over the bay area and sparking the thunderstorms. we've also had reports of snow on bay area mountains and we could see a little more tonight down to 2,000 feet. winds will be blowing as the low moves out tonight. a wind advisory has been posted for the norht bay mountains with some gusts expected as high as 50 mph. tomorrow will be very different with sunshine and nice weather. highs will be in the 50s and low 60s. clouds will increase on wednesday with a chance of showers developing in the norht bay and spreading to the south late in the day. rain will be heavy at times on thursday with gusty winds. showers with the possibility of isolated
thunderstorms will continue on friday. showers could linger into saturday morning before drying out. (steve) you can track the wild weather in your neighborhood with the kron4 mobile app.you can also be the first to know about breaking news when it happens.. by turning on push alerts. a bay area police chief... saying, his officers would run towards the gunfire, if there was an active shooter at a school here. ((2shot))((pam)) the news comes after learning .... some deputies in parkland, florida, did not enter the florida high school during the shooting.((steve)) new tonight at eight..kron 4's gabe slate met with novato police chief adam mcgill who recently spoke out on social media about being sickened by the missed opportunities in florida to prevent the tragedy and says that won't happen here.((steve))
sound from adam mcgill, police chief novato"if there is an active shooter situation, weather your loan officer or a team of officers you are to go in and engage the suspect as quickly as possible we redo reiterated that expectation here reminded folks in all of our briefings what are expectation what their training is and had a very detailed discussions about what how those scenarios would play out and what we want our officers to do"novato police chief adam mcgill says the reports out of florida about law enforcement officers possibly waiting outside during the shooting instead of rushing in prompted him to remind his officers the oath they took which would include running toward an active shooter. sound from adam mcgill, police chief novato "asked officers to look in the mirror to look in the mirror and and make those the today take it very seriously when someone is engaged in type of behavior we saw a forward and we're going to do everything we can to stop that and i have total confidence if officers herechief mcgil says after columbine the tactics changed. and law enforcement officers need to be on board
if they take the job sound from adam mcgill, police chief novato"there was s time when a loan officer was not expected to go you could wait for back up there was time when this would have been more of a containment type of thing but not anymore you are to go in and face shooter"chief adam mcgill says his police force will be ready if it happens here.. they are routinely training sound from adam mcgill, police chief novato"we do table top talks and in field drills and study each incident that happens in the country and make sure we learn from it"in novato gabe slate kron 4 news ((bamvo))((steve)) the students of marjory stoneman douglas high school are preparing to return to school this week, though the building where the shooting occurred will remain closed -- ((pam)) as kristen holmes explains... questions over the signs and red flags missed before the shooting, as well as criticism over the response ... continue. as students and teachers are preparing to re-enter stoneman douglas high school wednesday, demitri hoth, stoneman douglas
high school student: i think that when we go back, it's definitely something that we're going to have to push through.an investigation into how officers responded to the shooting that left 17 dead is underway. the broward county sheriff defiant amid mounting criticism of his department's handling of the attacksheriff scott israel / broward county, florida: of course i won't resign.local authorities had received multiple warnings on the gunman before the massacre, including a call saying he was a school shooter in the making. voice of jake tapper / cnn anchor: do you think that if the broward sheriff's office had done things differently, this shooting might not have happened?sheriff scott israel / broward county, florida: listen, if ifs and buts were candy and nuts, you know, oj simpson would still be in the record books.jake tapper / cnn anchor: i don't know what that means. there's 17 dead people and a whole long list of things your department could have done differently. and questions surrounding reports that up to four sheriff's deputies arrived at the building during the shooting but never entered. president donald trump: they weren't exactly medal of honor winners alright. the way they performed was frankly disgusting. you know i really
believe you don't know until you're really believe i'd run in there even if i didn't have a weapon.president trump telling governors he ban bump stocks with, or without congress. lawmakers facing pressure as they return to washington today, a new cnn poll showing 70-percent of americans favor stricter gun laws. i'm kristen holmes reporting. ((pam)) during today's meeting with the nation's governors... president trump's proposal to arm teachers was also discussed. governor jay inslee of washington spoke passionately against that idea, based on his conversations with teachers and law enforcement. "may i just suggest we need a little less tweeting here... a little more listening... and let's just take that off the table and move forward." president donald trump: "uh, thank you very much." president trump did not react to the governor's comment, but moved on to another question. in addition to arming teachers, the president also says he supports raising the minimum age to buy semi- automatic rifles... and improving the
background check system. (steve) now to the east bay... where a shooting threat to a school... had lots of people on edge today.(pam) a middle school in alameda was thought to be targeted on social media. grant lodes is here to explain what happened. (grant)(grant) less than two weeks after florida, it's hard to blame any parent, student, teacher or school employee...for being skittish this morning. and fortunately for everyone at lincoln middle school in alameda...there was confusion that led to this scare. here's the message that kids and parents were sharing this morning. alameda police say the threatening message was traced to tacoma washington...and was targeting lincoln high school. tacoma police arrested a boy up there for making the threat. here's what happened in alameda. lt. hoshmand durani/alameda police department: "...and we had officers respond to the school, we interviewed a lot
of the kids and the school staff, as a precautionary measure we had a few officers stay at the school to make sure the kids feel safe"(grant) some parents we talked to were upset that the school took a fe hours to get the rono call and emails going...telling parents what's going on. the district defended the response...noting that it asks for patience ng that it asks for patience because it wants to release áaccurate information. ((steve)) a tree trimmer is dead..after he was electrocuted by power lines in the south bay.((map))it happened this afternoon just after 1-30 on page mill road in san jose.neighbors initially called 9-1-1 to say it the tree trimmer appeared to be stuck and could not get down.when fire crews arrived..they realized the man had been continously electrocuted..when he cut a branch that hit a power line. authorities are still working to figure out the exact cause of the fatality, but say today's wind and rain conditions may have sparked enough energy to electrocute the man.the victim has not yet been identified. ((steve))tonight ...two people
shot and killed in front of a convienence store in broadmoor..have been identified.they are 21 year old vanessa guillory of san francisco and 22 year-old michael garcia-salem of half moon bay.((pam)) the shooting happened in front of the hillside market.... near hillside boulevard and villa street just before 9:00- last night. the shooters are still on the loose.((steve/dbl bx))kron 4's ella sogomonian is live in broadmoor tonight where a vigil was held for the victims... ella? flowers and candles were left at the scene where vanessa guillory and michael garcia- salem were gunned down last night around 9.police say they were killed after an argument. a third man they were with was also shot but will live. garcia-salem went to westmoor high school.his former soccer coach paid respect at the vigil saying he's been to far too many of these tragic gatherings where young lives are taken.police believe this was targeted but one stray bullet struck an apartment window just missing at least five people were inside at the time.family tell me one of them were standing at that very window holding a baby. sot: victor emmanuel, heard gunshots// "we were just
inside the house and all of a sudden we heard some gunshots and right when we looked out we just heard screaming and then the police came. it happened pretty quickly i guess, but we did hear a lot of gunshots."vo neighbors tell me that corner on hillside and villa gets too rowdy too often. there were witnesses and the market has cameras outside that captured video police now have.there are three people in their 20's a woman and two men wanted in connection with this shooting who got away. tag but the police chief tells me there is no threat to the public.live in broadmoor sogomonian kron 4 news. live the police chief tells me although attempts have been made this is the first homicide in broadmoor in more than 2 decades...loved ones gathered tonight at the hillside market to mourn over the unexpected loss.vo
((steve))fremont police released the mug shot of the suspect they say robbed and sexually assaulted two women on saturday. police identified the suspect as 33- year-old terrell gomer. the incident happened at a party city store on fremont boulevard. police say the suspect entered the store and held two female employees at gunpoint... and sexually assaulted them. police located gomer yesterday and arrested him. coming up at eight.. oakland mayor libby schaaf... not backing down after alerting people that ice was planning to conduct sweeps in the bay area over the weekend.now... she is getting threats.plus.. find out when president trump is expected to make his first visit to california as commander in chief.and next... residents of a north bay mobile home park nearly destoryed by last year's fires... demanding the state let them back into
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visit att.com/accessnow to learn more. of a santa rosa mobile home park that was mostly destroyed in the october wildfires, senior residents were picketing today, upset about not being able to go home.as kron four's spencer blake reports, their's is a tough situation...one that has these elderly people feeling like they've fallen through the cracks...when it comes to the fire relief effort. (reporter intro)"in the past few weeks all the burned debris has been bulldozed and cleared out of journey's end mobile home park, but it's the people who were living in these houses that are still standing that are picketing outside the park. they say, though there's no damage to their homes, they can't get back inside." car horns honked in support of the dozen or so elderly journey's end residents who stood - or sat - with their large signs."i'm 91, but the newspaper said i was 93.""we have seniors who don't have a place to stay and they live on a thousand dollars a month from social security. where are they gonna
go?"they say they're upset because they're caught in limbo.the state department of housing and community development declared these mobile homes unoccupiable. "extremely important because i have a mobile home over here. there's nothing wrong with it, but they won't let me live in it.""the infrastructure for the entire park would have to be rebuilt if it was going to be reoccupied."according to burbank housing, a nonprofit that has an agreement with the owner of journey's end to eventually redevelop it...the standing homes have no utilities.it's too early to tell whether the infrastructre ácan be rebuilt...and how long that would take.but meanwhile, most of these folks who got short-term aid from fema...don't qualify for long-term aid....because their homes are still standing."we have fallen between the cracks. no one has told us anything or did anything for us. this can't be the end of the journey for us because we're too old to start over." burbank homes has been in personal contact with these seniors, not only getting them into, or on a waiting list for affordable housing, but also
trying to help them understand why things aren't working out yet."no, i completely understand. it's been so many months after the fire and they can see their home standing and they haven't been able to get into it. i completely understand where they're coming from."burbank c-e-o larry florin says ultimately either fema or insurance companies should be supporting these people while they wait to learn the fate of their mobile homes.in santa rosa, spencer blake, kron four news. ( pam) a harsh report released today..... criticizes north bay officials, as they struggled with alerting thousands of residents to evacuate during the wine country wildfires. a special team of state experts .... examined sonoma county's response to the horrific fires where 42 people lost their lives... the report dove right in... revealing what the assessment team claimed were mis-steps .... in how the county and its emergency officers faced one of the most destructive wildfire in california's history. sonoma county supervisor james gore says, the people deserve better... and that
emergencies require playing all your cards. "...you have to put everything on the table in an emergency situation. and if you don't put all on the table you are managed emergency through risk aversion which is not effective."(pam) gore says, it is impossible to say if a better system could have lessened the damage or saved lives, but he is determined to improve on the current system. the actual cause of the fire is still under investigation by california fire. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at san francsico. kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast lawrencelawrence karnow: a nice storm brought steady rain to the bay area this morning with some places receiving over an inch of rain on the mountains. rain turned to showers with isolated showers and thunderstorms in the
afternoon. you can see the storms on doppler. the heavy downpours will diminish through the night. on the satellite you can see the core of the low pressure center passing over the bay area and sparking the thunderstorms. we've also had reports of snow on bay area mountains and we could see a little more tonight down to 2,000 feet. winds will be blowing as the low moves out tonight. a wind advisory has been posted for the norht bay mountains with some gusts expected as high as 50 mph. tomorrow will be very different with sunshine and nice weather. highs will be in the 50s and low 60s. clouds will increase on wednesday with a chance of showers developing in the norht bay and spreading to the south late in the day. rain will be heavy at times on thursday with gusty winds. showers with the possibility of isolated thunderstorms will continue on friday. showers could linger
services will reduce traffic congestion. but several studies have concluded... they are doing just the opposite.(steve)the latest is from boston ... kron four's catherine heenan has the details. honk honkride=share drivers behaving badlywhy are you sitting in the turn lane?an all too familiar bay area headache.usually they just double park anywhere they want, even if it's blocking the flow of traffic.not only blocking traffic .. but adding to it.nearly six out of ten boston ride=share users said if the service were not available, they would have walked, biked, used mass transit or not gone anywhere. forty percent of the trips were during morning and evening commute hours.money was not a factor: two out of three trips cost more than 10=dollars, and one in five cost more than twenty. a similar study found an upsurge in taxis and ride-sharing vehicles was slowing traffic in manhattan.and last june researchers found that san francisco ride-sharing vehicles accounted for about 20 percent of all traffic in the city. and their trips were
concentrated in the densest and most congested parts of the city. ((pam/me 3 vo)) the average price of gasoline dropped six -cents over the past few weeks... but that trend will not last. industry experts say, industry will not last. that trend weeks... but past few cents over the dropped six -of gasoline average price city. the average price of gasoline dropped six -cents over the past few weeks... but that trend will not last. industry experts say, this is the first decline since december ... but prices are expected to rise again as crude oil costs go up. right now, nationwide... gas prices are 26-cents above where they were a year ago. ((pam/sidebar + vo)) here's what it will cost you to fill up in the bay area tonight...according to triple a... san francisco drivers are paying 3-43 on average for a gallon of regular unleaded. oakland drivers... you're paying 3-32 a gallon on average.and in the south bay... drivers in san jose are paying 3-29.that's up 12- cents from a month ago.the statewide average now stands at 3-33 average now stands at
3-33 a gallon. new ahead at 8president trump may soon be headed to california.what that visit has to do with building a wall at the border.plus...oakland mayor libby schaaf.. speaking out about notifying undocumented residents about ice raids.why she says, she would do it again. ((gary sports tease)) coming up a little bit later in this broadcast the warriors playing basketball in the america's most famous arena highlight from new york is on the way. and draymond green isn't as bad as a lot of people thought he was particularly the referees on saturday night we'll explain a little bit later in this broadcast.
border wall, and to learn more about the construction.he is also expected to attend a fundraiser in los angeles for the republican national committee. ((pam)) obamacare premiums are going up. that's according to a new study released by the urban institute.. premiums will rise an average of 18-point-2 percent next year, because of gop- backed changes to the health law. the study finds, the combination of repealing obamacare's individual mandate and expanding access to cheaper health insurance policies, known as short-term plans, will lead to the premium increase. the individual mandate.... one of obamacare's least popular provisions, requires nearly all americans to get coverage or pay a penalty. a political bombshell in the state capitol.califnornia's state democratic party won't endorse longtime senator dianne feinstein in her re-election bid.over the weekend...delegates voted on endorsements for statewide races.feinstein only received support from 37-percent of delegates.meanwhile, 54-
percent supported her democratic opponent, kevin de leon.that wasn't enough to earn an endorsement outright, but was enough to keep feinstein from getting the nod. feinstein is still heavily favored to win in november. coming up at eight.. dramatic video of a mother and daughter.. fighting back when they come face to face with an armed robber....protecting our country and next... oakland mayor libby schaaf says she's now getting threats after spreading the word about ice raids in the bay area. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast. details are right after the break.
my name is cynthia haynes and i am a senior public safety specialist for pg&e. my job is to help educate our first responders on how to deal with natural gas and electric emergencies. everyday when we go to work we want everyone to work safely and come home safely. i live right here in auburn, i absolutely love this community. once i moved here i didn't want to live anywhere else. i love that people in this community are willing to come together to make a difference for other people's lives. together, we're building a better california. mass immigration arrest this
weekend... proved not to come to pass. concerns generated after oakland mayor libby schaaf announced those raids could be coming. as kron 4's dan kerman explains.. the mayor is making no apology for her warning. soti do not regret sharing this information, i felt it was my duty to share the information i hadoakland mayor libby schaaf is making no apologies about warning bay area residents saturday that federal immigration agents were set to conduct raids and make arrests.sot libby schaaf/oakland mayor 16-24it is important that people know their rights and responsibilities and what resources are available to
them in this community immigrant rights organization report raids in at least 6 northern california cities. and oaklands centro legal de la raza reports 11 to 15 arrests, which they say is not an abnormally high number for the region. and while the mayor is getting some support on her facebook page like this post saying "keep it up mayor schaaf" most are critical.. this one calling her a traitor and another bringing up kate steinle and threatening the life of schaaf's family her response sotmy job is to focus on the people i represent, not my own personal businesscalls have also been flooding into the mayor's office, most opposed to what she did but the area codes indicate most calling are from out of the area, suggesting it could be an organizaed campaignstandup dan kerman / oakland 118-126the mayor also emphasizing what she did was well within the law. in oakland dan kerman ((steve/me 3 ((steve/me 3 vo))today an immigration judge
delayed a decision on whether to deport fernando carrillo, a father of three who was detained by immigration and customs enforcement officials last october.carrillo came to the u-s in 2004... on a visa. his family says when he tried to renew it... he was accused of using false identification and served 30 days in jail.today dozens of people showed up to the us immigration and customs enforcement office in san francisco..pushing for carillo to be released.a judge is expected to make a final decision in three weeks. today the supreme court said it will stay out of the dispute over the deferred action for childhood arrivals program -- also known as daca. the justices declined a request from the trump administration to review a lower court opinion that temporarily blocked the government's effort to end the program.that means the case will continue in the lower courts....most likely the the 9th circuit court of
appeals..here in san francsico. the obama-era program offers protection for roughly 700- thousand undocumented immigrants who came to the u-s as children.the trump administration had planned to end the program march 5th. (pam) a heavy snow storm in nevada county, nevada, happens about once a year... and today was that day to enjoy it. after overnight snowfall dropped anywhere between three- to six- inches - flakes continued to fall in grass valley ... up until lunch time today.... making it perfect for a snow day. six schools were closed today.. along with many shops and even nevada city hall. parts of the bay area also saw some snow.this was the scene this morning from the lick observatory on mount hamilton...just east of san joseyou can see it is blanketed in snow.lick observatory sits at an elevation of 4-thousand feet. there was also reports of light snow at the peak of mount diable. (steve) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist
lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrencelawrence karnow: a nice storm brought steady rain to the bay area this morning with some places receiving over an inch of rain on the mountains. rain turned to showers with isolated showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. you can see the storms on doppler. the heavy downpours will diminish through the night. on the satellite you can see the core of the low pressure center passing over the bay area and sparking the thunderstorms. we've also had reports of snow on bay area mountains and we could see a little more tonight down to 2,000 feet. winds will be blowing as the low moves out tonight. a wind advisory has been posted for the norht bay mountains with some gusts expected as high as 50 mph. tomorrow will be very different with sunshine and nice weather. highs will be in the 50s and low 60s. clouds will increase on wednesday with a chance of showers developing in the norht bay and spreading to the south
((steve/landing ((steve/landing vo))new tonight at eight...the defense department is planning a crackdown on "non-deployable" troops.the pentagon says it wants to improve readiness by reducing the number of service men and women not fit to go overseas.kron 4 washington correspondent brie jackson reports.. track: the pentagon wants servicemembers to be ready to deploy or leave the military. congressman buddy carter agrees. he says the new policy is about fairness."obviously that puts a pressure on people who are deployable they may have to go more often."track: according to the department of defense close to 300,000 service members are considered non-deployable for reasons such as physical injury, mental illness or poor physical fitness. with growing
threats overseas, retired brigadier general roy robinson says servicemembers must be prepared to fight back. everybody out there across the force if they are going to wear the uniform they should be prepared on occasion to answer the demobilization and deployment call.track: in an effort to create a more lethal force military officials say they want to remove soldiers who are non-deployable for 12 months or more. brie jackson: the new policy does have exceptions, such as pregnancy and postpartum conditions. defense leaders say medical boards will also review the status of wounded servicemembers.some cases, deployment standards could updating dental or medical records.you may have a soliders that walks into a soldier readiness processing and he is not deployable and he goes in and gets two shots which are updates to his immunization and walks out deployable.defense leaders plan to examine the status of servicemembers on a case-by case basis and have until october 1 to decide if that solider should stay in the military or go. in washington, brie jackson still ahead still ahead at 8we'll
hello. hello. hello. hello. hello. hello. hello. hello, i got your package. you can just leave it, thanks. (cell phone vibrating) hello, can i help you? hello. hello. hello. hello. hello. ♪ (pam) a group of students has been waiting weeks to see sutter- roseville medical center's new germ- zapping machine.(steve) the new technology uses uv light to disinfect hospital surfaces after staff manually clean them. it was an opportunity for oakmont high school's health science academy students to learn about the threat of contracting an infection from hospital facilities. the students presented their last two weeks of research on hospital-borne infectious diseases today, and then got their first look at the robot in action. allison
gontheir heads infection control at the hospital and says the staff was excited about the machine. "we thought, wow, we really need to share this and let everyone know what weúre doing and expand that into the educational groups."(steve) and get this... a student named the robot "melman" after the character in the movie "madagascar" because the giraffe is a germaphobe. ((pam/ots)) some good news tonight..the worst of flu season appears to be over. the c- d-c says, for the first time this season -- the number of people going to the doctor for flu- like symptoms is down. but the c-d-c cautions -- the flu is still widespread -- with half the country experiencing high activity. a total of 97 children nationwide have died from the flu this year.experts suggest, the best way to protect yourself is to get a flu shot. flu season is expcted to continue through march. (pam) in sports... the sharks make a splash right at
the trade deadline...(steve) and the warriors turn it on in madison square garden... gary has the highlights... and all the sports... coming up and next at 8caught on camera..a liquor store owner and her daughter don't back down when they come face to face with a robber armed with a shotgun.more of this dramatic video..after the break.
take a look at this...dramatic video of firefighthers in houston rescuing a mother and her children from their burning apartment. you can see crews being brought down a ladder as flames burst through the building behind them.in all, the fire destroyed sixteen apartment units. fortunately no one was injured. no word yet on the cause. tense moments for passengers aboard a united airlines flight from newark, new jersey... to portland. the plane made a hard landing last night, after at least one tire popped off at takeoff. during the flight, we're told the crew went over how to passengers could properly brace themselves and had four passengers move seats so they could help with an emergency slide, if necessary. emergency crews were standing by, but the flight landed safely.there were no injuries reported. in oklahoma..a would-be robber
chose the wrong store to mess with.surveillance video captured the suspect armed with a shotgun..demanding money.moments later..the mother and daughter duo behind the counter grabbed their own guns and start firing.the suspect was hit several times in remains hospitalized tonight.authorities believe he is responsible for nearly a dozen robberies in the area. the area.robberies in dozen for nearly a responsible believe he is authorities tonight.hospitalized in remains several times was hit the suspect start firing.the suspect was hit several times in remains hospitalized tonight.authorities believe he is for nearly a robberies in the warriors in madison square garden taking on the new york knicks... walt "clyde" frazier...
one of the great knicks... and great dressers... in the leopard print... after a close first half the warriors blow it open in the 3rd quarter again... klay thompson... who had been struggling with his shot... nails the three later in the 3rd... klay...another three-pointer... he had a game- high 26 points... 4-of-6 from behind the arc javale mcgee... when he's hitting turnaround jumpers you know the warriors are rolling... comedian john stewart comedian rolling... comedian john stewart can't believe it! late in the 3rd... steph curry... pulls up for the three-pointer...and he is fouled... one.. two.... three...four point play... steph had 21 points and 4 threes... final score... 125-11 golden state... kevin durant had 22 points and 9 rebounds... they play in his home town of washington d-c wednesday night(wipe to draymond) the nba rescinded the
technical foul draymond green was assessed in the team's win against the oklahoma city thunder on saturday night.... leaving him with 14 for the season instead of 15... the 16th tech comes with a 1-game suspension green was tee'd up after being called for a foul while trying to block a shot... the oficial assumed he was taunting the opponent or complaining about the call and called the technical... but upon review the nba believed green was only barking to the crowd to get them pumped up a possible big boost for the san antonio spurs... according to nba league sources... all-star kawhi leonard plans to resume working with the team at the spurs' practice facility this week -- with hopes of returning by late march leonard has been out most of the seaon due to a quad injury... there has been reports of some tension between him and the spurs... who were expecting him to return sooner leonard decided to step away from playing following a 9-game return to the spurs that ended on jan. 13... his return to the lineup continues to be based on his comfort level with managing the injury.
it looks like nfl commissioner roger goodel is going to stick it to cowboys owner jerry jones for trying to twart his contract extension negotiations... goodell is prepared to take more than 2-million dollars from jones due to his attempt to legally undermine goodell's contract extension negotiations and insistance that he resign as commishioner.... it's a reimbursement of costs incurred by member clubs... goodell has aready met with owners concerning the fine the comesssioner signed a 5-year extension worth about 200-million dollars last december
the sharks made some noise on the trade front today... they acquired forward evander kane from the buffalo sabres... dealing conditional 1st and 4th round draft picks and a prospect for the high-scoring winger just before the trade deadline. the sharks are depleted at forward with joe thonrnton injured and patrick marleau now in toronto via free agency right now the sharks are 5th in the western conferrnce nd fighting for a playoff spot... kane had 20 goals and 20 assists in 61 games for the sabres... but he also comes with baggage... having legal issues stemming in part from domestic violance charges that were eventually dropped
the giants the giants and a's both lost today in cactus league action... and seattle seahawks quarterback russell wilson was at yankees training camp today... and was impressive in his first time in the cage for batting practice the super bowl champion hit 6 home runs during the hitting session... he was in a group with giancarlo stanton... who hit
15 homers... and aaron judge... who hit 10 wilson... who played baseball in college at wisconsin... had been in the texas rangers organization just so he could get a little taste of the big leagues... ... but per-his request... was traded to his dream team...the yankees... earier this month he will spend the next five days with the yanks coming upi have a very nice spare room with a private bath you welcome to use it in exchange for doing the household chores with your top off (sick) that just one response this san mateo parent received while hunting for a place to live i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
was booked on one- count of domestic battery ... and three - counts of battery on a peace officer. deputies say, they found evidence she injured her boyfriend during the incident.... and she was also violent with deputies. the 56-year-old actress is most known for her roles on "melrose place" and "spin city." locklear is scheduled to appear in court march 13th. (steve) monica lewinsky is talking about her affair with then-president bill clinton in light of the 'me-too' movement. lewinsky has said that the relationship was consensual, but in an interview with vanity fair, she said she has never addressed the dynamic of consent. she said the movement made her realize it was problematic that, as an intern in her early 20s, she had a relationship with one of the most powerful men in the world. she also said there was an inappropriate abuse of authority and privilege. (pam) "clueless" actress and former fox news commentator stacey dash ... is running for congress. dash -- an outspoken republican -- filed paperwork monday in california's 44th district, which has a long history of
democratic representation. it includes compton, watts, san pedro and north long beach. dash emerged as a controversial figure in 20- 16... when she called the 'oscars so white' boycott "ludicrous" ... and said, there was no need for black history month. she has not publicly issued a statement about her run for office, but teased the possibility on social media earlier this month. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(steve) grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))thank you pam and steve...next at nine... two people gunned down in front of a convienence store in broadmoor.. near daly city... and tonight police are still looking for the shooter... how the victims are being remembered tonight in a live report... plus... wild and crazy weather hitting the bay area... and tonight we're tracking the latest storm... we'll show you conditions out at mount hamilton and in san jose in a live report...((grant)) and chief meteorologist lawrence karnow tells us if this latest storm will affect your morning commute...((vicki))keep it
it came out here. it was just unfortunate. no one should die like this>(grant) two people gunned down in front of a convienence store in broadmoor.. near daly city... and tonight the shooter is still out there.(grant) thanks for joining us, i'm grant lodes...(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis... the victims were identified as 21 year old vanessa guillory of san francisco and 22 year-old michael garcia-salem of half moon bay. the shooting happened in front of the hillside market.... at the corner of hillside boulevard and villa street just before 9:00- last night.(grant) kron 4's ella sogomonian is live in broadmoor tonight where a vigil was held for the victims... ella? loved ones gathered tonight at
the hillside market to mourn over the unexpected loss.the police chief tells me this is their first homicide in more than 20 years. several shots were fired outside the hillside market in broadmoor near daly city around 9 sunday night.one stray bullet struck an apartment window narrowly missing a family inside.sot: victor emmanuel, heard gunshots// "right when we looked out we just heard screaming and then the police came."when police arrived they found 21-year-old vanessa guillory and 22-year-old michael garcia-salem gunned down. both didn't make it. a third man with them is expected to survive.a vigil was held by loved ones the next day to honor them.sot: justin quirat, mikey's friend// "i just don't wish anyone to feel like this, because it's a loved one honestly. it's a loved one."' police say the deadly shooting happened after a fight between the victims and a group they may have known.there were witnesses and the market captured video now in police custody.