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now at eight ... she had is just amazing, she is a fighter and had the will to survivethe incredible story of the woman who drove off a 200=foot cliff in big sur.whooshwe have a live update from the peninsula ... where residents were warned to stay indoors as police tracked down a backyard prowler.whooshthat accused serial rapist in san francisco wasn't just posing as a rideshare driver ... he actually was one.and that's not all we've learned about his past,whooshso many dogs running around that it created a whole other side to the emergency.natalameda county firefighters talk about the pitbull attack that severely injured their chief. (grant) a young woman with a fierce will to survive. that's what police are saying about 23 year old
angela hernandez... who stayed alive for a week... after her jeep plunged some 250 feet over a big sur cliff. (grant) it is our top story tonight thank you for joining us i'm grant lodes in for pam moore.(ken) and i'm ken wayne. tonight hernandez is now revealing exactly how she stayed alive. kron-4's rob fladeboe has her story of survival. steve bernal/monterey county sheriff "....angela is an amazing young woman..... monterey county sheriff steve bernal is talkng about 23-year-old angela hernandez, of portland, oregon, who is recovering in the hopsital after driving her car off a 200 foot cliff in big sur. steve bernal "....she has a brain hemmorhage, she has broken ribs and a shoulder injury..."hernandez and her battered jeep were discovered by hikers on a remote beach near the intersection of highway one and thenaciamiento- fergusson road.on facebook, hernandez wrote how she found water by following a dripping sound to a patch of moss and
used an engine hose tocapture some. she wrote how she could see and tried to call out to carspassing above as she endured the elements but there were few cluesthat she was there.nat dispacch enforcement and her family had been tracking angela from san mateo south through the santa cruz area to the carmel highlands before her rescue.steve bernal "....for her to survive on the coast with waves crashing over her with the injuries she had is just amazing, she is a fighter and had the will to survive..." angelea also posted this on facebook: "....i've experienced something so unique and terrifying that i cant imagine that thereisn't a bigger purpose for me in this life...' in salinas rob fladeboe kron 4 news (grant) another big the man suspected of raping multiple women while posing as
a ride-share driver will face criminal charges. prosecutors say they will be charging orlando lazo, who was arrested on thursday. federal immigration officials say lazo is in the country illegally...but would not say if they had prior contact with him. we also learned that lazo was actually employed by lyft. in a statement to kron4, lyft says it immediately deactivated lazo after the allegations came to light. they did not say how long lazo has been driving for them. so far, four women have come forward with allegations. police say d- n-a evidence has linked lazo to an attack in 20-13, and 3 recent sexual assaults in february, may and june of this year. (ken) a mountain lion was captured in a residential san mateo neighborhood after someone spotted the animal in a backyard.(grant) streets were closed off for hours during the search that ended safely. kron 4's ella sogomonian is live at virginia avenue and alameda de las pulgas where the mountain lion was first spotted...ella how
did they capture the animal? police tracked the mountain lion's movements for several hours making sure not to cause any panic...before it was finally sedated. this is video taken by a witness of the moment an 80 pound female mountain lion was captured beside a san mateo home on jackson street monday afternoon around 2:30.sot: andy fest, witness// "we witnessed an amazing operation with san mateo pd and fish and wildlife. we just happened to be around the corner from where the animal was tranquilized and they were able to capture it."police along with help from fish and wildlife tracked the animal's movements after it was first spotted at 9:35 in the morning by virginia ave and alameda de las pulgas.for five hours traffic was rerouted at crystal springs road and nevada avenue and neighbors were warned to kept their small pets indoors until it was captured.sot: kathy green, neighbor// "i really worry if something happened and he showed up i would be
devastated if anything happened to my baby."police say mountain lions have been seen here before and neighbors are familiar with wildlife coming down from the hills but that it's rare for a big cat sighting so early in the day. sot: lari caughlan, neighbor// " i've been here since 1951 i've never seen a mountain lion in my neighborhood but i'm kind of glad they're here although it's suprising in the middle of the day."sot: sgt. amanda von glahn, san mateo police department// "it is their natural habitat so it is a little odd for the animal to be down here during the daytime they could be looking for food but the good thing is it wasn't aggressive and we were able to locate it and safely detain it with the help of the department of fish and wildlife.'police say the animal was finally tranquilized after a careful process to make sure the mountain lion didn't feel threatened and as a result, attack.thankfully no one was hurt. police report the department of fishafely relocate the mountain lion. live in san mateo ella sogomonian kron 4 news.
kron 4 news. (ken) a wildfire burning near yosemite doubled in size overnight. the so called "ferguson fire" is burning in mariposa county. it has scorched more than 9-thousand acres and is just two-percent contained. yosemite park officials say all trails, campgrounds, restaurants and lodges are open... but smoke is creating poor air quality. and safety officials are investigating the death of a firefighter while battling the fire. (ken) that firefighter was 36 year old braden varney. he died while operating a bulldozer. he was a second- generation firefighter and had served with the california department of forestry and fire protection for ten years. he is survived by his wife and two children. (ken) turning now to
chief meteorologist lawrence karnow..(grant) lawrence what kind of conditions are firefighters facing down in mariposa county? lawrence karnow: it was another hot day inland with some temperatures soaring into the mid 90s. but it was a much cooler day at the coast with highs there with patchy fog in the 50s and 60s. on the doppler you can see a few pop-up showers over the mountains to the north and the sierra. monsoonal clouds will likely make a return in the middle of the week to bring a chance of showers and thunderstorms. on the satellite you can see high pressure building in from the desert. it will bring some temperatures near triple digits in the valleys over the next couple of days. highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast with fog. wednesday will be the hottest day of the week with highs in the 100s inland but monsoonal clouds will move in late in the day to chance of showers and thunderstorms. temperatures (grant) a judge has
temporarily halted deportations of families who have been recently reunited (ken) that after the a-c-l-u filed paperwork saying its attorneys were concerned about rumors of "mass deportations" government lawyers have one week to respond to those concerns. the judge will then make a permanent ruling after going over the paperwork. the trump administration has said it completed reunifying all eligible children under five. and reunifying families with older children is happening on a rolling basis. (grant) today san francisco began allowing regist vote... even if they are--not-- u-s citizens. they will only be allowed to vote in the election of school board members. but the question will take this step... since it could put them on the radar
of federal immigration officials. kron4's maureen kelly was there as the registration drive began. we would say to please families we need you to have a voice were going to give you a voice be careful though the non citizen voter registration drive kicked off on the steps of san francisco city hall with a warning....in 2016 san francisco voters passed a charter amendemnt that allows non citizens to have a say when it comes their children's education....by allowing them to vote in the election of school board members.those behind the move say it's the democratic thing to do citing a stat that over a third of sfusd students are immigrants for so long as people have been marginalized and other people who are citizens have a legal right to vote have dominated the conversation quite frankly i think it's time as a former school board member i welcome those voices. i think those are the voices it need to be hurt quite frankly those of the children in our system that actually need more help.but this new law kicks in just as the crackdown on the undocumented heats up under the trump administartation. those interested in excercising this new right are being told to get legal advice before
filling out this form....since the city can't block this informatfrom ending up in the hands of federal immigration officials. what is very risky is that we don't know where this president will go. on the back of the information pamplet explaining the new city law ....is a list of immigrant rights groups who can help give advice. there are three open seats on the sf school board in this november's election....those non citizens who've weighed the risks and want to cast their ballot have up until election day to register. maureen kelly kron4 newswe would say to please families we need you to have a voice were going to be careful though the non citizen voter registration drive kicked off on the francisco city hall with a warning....in 2016 san francisco voters passed a charter amendemnt non citizens to have a say when it comes their children's education....by allowing them to vote in the election of school board (grant) police in the east bay are looking for a robber who stole a laptop from a woman in starbucks. it happened at the location on willow avenue in hercules. a woman was on her laptop when the crook suddenly grabbed it. after a struggle...the man got away with the computer... and
got into a newer model white hyundai sonata with yellow and blue "stone-ridge" paper plates. an unidentified woman was the get-a-way driver. this is not the first time thieves have targeted this starbucks. (ken) santa rosa police arrested a man accused of breaking into a woman's home and stealing her underwear . detectives say 65 year old cornell holiday is the suspect. he worked at the apartment complex where the burglary happened. holiday is accused of using his work keys to enter the woman's apartment.. he then allegedly took some of her clothing including underwear. there is also a second female burglary victim identified in the complex. police say holiday is a suspect in that incident as well. he was booked at the sonoma county jail for two counts of burglary. coming up at eight.. a c-v-s store manager calls police on a black customer over a coupon dispute. now the customer is speaking out. plus. the new bill that could stop airline seats from shrinking in size. and next. a fire battalion chief mauled by a dog,,.how he's doing tonight
new tonight at 8. an update on the condition of john whiting, the veteran battalion chief of the alameda county fire department, who was viciously bitten on the face by a pit bull at the scene of a house fire. (ken) 19 dogs in total were found inside the house, 2 of them died in the san leandro fire. kron 4's gabe slate spoke with a fellow firefighter who just visited whiting in the hospital and gabe spoke with investigators to find out what is happening to the dogs. on saturday a house fire broke out at 16011 maubert avenue, which is in an unincorporated area of alameda county near san leandro. no people were hurt. 2 dogs died in the fire, one adult male pit bull, and 16 other dogs, mostly puppies were found in the fire and rescued. alameda county fire officials say 20
year veteran alameda county battalion fire chief john whiting suffered extensive facial injuries after being attacked and bitten by the adult male pitbull. sound from ryan nishimoto - works with john whiting for alameda county fire department " he is such a good guy" ryan nesh ee moto works with john whiting at the alameda county fire station off san migel avenue in castro valley he told me he is well liked and respected. sound from ryan nishimoto - works with john whiting for alameda county fire department " everyone feels comfortable when he makes a call we follow him" ryan visited john in the hospital he said his spirits are up, he was able to talk to him, he has more surgeries to go through, but ryan thinks john is doing well. sound from ryan nishimoto - works with john whiting for alameda county fire department " he was doing good, pain levels down" sound from alameda county sheriff sergeant ray kelly " at this time we do not think there was any animal cruelty just a bad set of
circumstances"sergeant ray kelly with the alameda county sheriff's office says no charges have been filed yet against owners of the dog. sergeant kelly says the 16 younger dogs have been checked out by a vet and they are good shape and will be able to be adopted soon.as for the dog who attacked fire chief john whiting . sound from alameda county sheriff sergeant ray kelly " we are still determining what do to with him, he may be rehabilitated or euthanized"in san leandro gabe slate kron 4 news c-v-s is apologizing -- after its managers called police a coupon in chicago. camilla hudson recorded this video of one of them calling police -- and posted it on facebook. she says she tried to use a manufacturer's coupon she
received in the mail last friday. but the two managers refused to honor it and said it was fake. she says they got agitated, slammed a door in her face, told her to leave -- and eventually called police -- twice.camilla hudson/ customer: "i do strongly believe, and i feel very confident in saying that race, possibly gender, i don't know but issues that were not related to anything i said or did or any way i functioned in that space as a customer. there were other issues at play." hudson says three officers responded but did not take any action.have apologized to hudson.t, the com they quote-- "do not tolerate any practices that discriminate against any customer." (grant) the d-m-v is working to relieve those long lines. today-- two bay area offices opened an hour early... to help ease some of the wait times. beginning today the dmv will also open 14 field offices one hour earlier, at 7 a.m. four days a
week. in the bay area that includes oakland- claremont and the san jose driver license processing center. the department of motor vehicles announced today it will open offices every saturday at 60 locations across the state starting august 4th. the d-m-v already started saturday service earlier this month and exteneding office hours during the week at some during the week at some locations in the bay area. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o.kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: it was another hot day inland sowi tem the mid 90s. but it was a much cooler day at the coast with
highs there with patchy fog in the 50s and 60s. on the doppler you can see a few pop-up showers over the mountains to the north and the sierra. monsoonal clouds will likely make a return in the middle of the week to bring a chance of showers and thunderstorms. on the satellite you can see high pressure building in from the desert. it will bring some temperatures near triple digits in the valleys over the next couple of days. highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast with fog. wednesday will be the hottest day of the week with highs in the 100s inland but monsoonal clouds will move in late in the day to bring another chance of showers and thunderstorms. temperatures should cool over the weekend a little and into next week.
new ahead at 8 a frantic mother calls 9-1-1 after giving birth prematurely at home...but she can't get through. what the call center is saying about the busy signal the mother kept hearing. and next at 8 how new tariffs could affect homebuyers. ((gary sports tease))gary: " coming up a little bit later in this broadcast, the hitting contest. not alot of major names but hey the ball was flying over the fence. and also a new little special were going to start here, ken wang talks coming later in this broadcast."
to build a new home or renovate your current one, get ready to pay up. (grant) home-builders say the president's tariffs on building materials are driving up home prices. our nats president trump's tariffs have hit home. literally... jerry howard is ceo of the national association of homebuilders.... the tariffs are making building materials more expensive. howard says steel and aluminum tariffs have driven up costs -- but the most costly tariff is on canadian lumber.
starting to lose sales, they're starting not to take out permits for new construction and the industry is slowing down. > and the situation might get worse. the trump administration has proposed more tariffs on $200 billion in chinese goods -- including materials that could go in your next kitchen or bathroom: things like marble and granite. howard says he appreciates what president the president needs to nail down these trade deals quickly. in washington, i'm jessica smith. (grant)today... bank of america announced that its customers are now making more deposits on mobile devices ... than at branches.customers
logged on to the bank of american app 1-point-4 billion times ... just last quarter. and, it's not just tech-savvy millennials going mobile. the company reports older generations are banking on the go too.that has reduced the need for brick and mortar locations.bank of america now operates almost a third fewer branches than it did a decade ago. coming up at eight.. explosions send lava flying onto a tour boat in hawaii...injuring nearly two dozen people. plus. the looming crisis in ai and next. the president... drawing criticism from both sides of the aisle over what he said with russian president vladimir putin by his side. ((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. (grant)
something incredible is here at disney california adventure park. it must be epic! thrilling! daring! come ride the incredicoaster. it's going to be simply exhilarating, dahling. (grant) president trump wraps up his overseas trip with a closely-watched meeting with russian president vladimir putin.(ken)the 20-16 campaign. ts from washington. standing side-by-side with russian president vladimir putin -- president trump touted putin's vigorous denial of russian interference in the 20-16 u-s election -- a rebuke of the u-s intelligence community.pres. donald trump: "president putin, he just said it's not russia. i will say this. i don't see any reason
why it would be." the helsinki meeting came on the heels of trump's attacks on nato partners at last week's summit in brussels. those contentious sessions -- sparked even greater concerns about the putin summit.the two leaders said they talked topics ranging from nuclear weapons to terrorism, syria, and iran.and when it came to russian interference in the 20-16 u-s election, putin repeated his denial. pres. vladimir putin: the russian state has never interfered and is not going to interfere into internal american affairs, including the president trump b invesigation into that russian interference, for hurting u- s-russian relations.pres. donald trump: the probe is a disaster for our country, i think it's kept up apart. it's kept us separated. there was no collusion at all. members of congress from both sides of the aisle -- voiced criticism of the president's handling of the meeting. republican senator lindsey graham of south carolina called out -- "a missed opportunity by president trump to firmly hold russian accountable for 20-16
meddling."senator chris murphy of connecticut, a democrat, described the entire overseas trip, as - "just jaw dropping." the president returns home with several key issues awaiting him. the administration faces a deadline to reunify thousands of children detained at the border with their families.and the investigation into russia's role in the 2016 election moves forward, as the november midterms loom.in washington, i'm karin caifa. (ken) (ken) a "lava bomb" -- or flying chunk of molten rock -- hit a tour boat off hawaii's big island today, injuring 23 people. (ken)e hole in th boat's roof. 13 people were taken to a hospital, while another 10 passengers with minor wounds were treated at wailoa harbor. passenger suffered a broken leg after being hit by flying lava. most injuries were burns and scrapes. the ship's captain says he didn't see any warning signs of the explosion. hawaii's kilauea volcano erupted in early may, sending lava into residential areas on the big island. (grant) nearly a decade ago, the crash of a regional airliner near buffalo new york
convinced congress to tighten the requirements for airline pilots.since then, there have been no other deadly plane crashes in the u=s.(ken)but there has been an unintended result: a pilot shortage. regional airlines have had to trim their schedules ... and small cities are paying the price. in the northwest, horizon air dropped hundreds of flights out of seattle.in the east, republic airways filed for bankruptcyand the midwest's great lakes closed down ... all of them saying they could not find enough qualified pilots.natthat's bad news for the major carriers, where forty percent of the pilots are due to hit mandatory retirement age within the next eight years.as many as 20=thousand jobs could be vacant..natthe military, a traditional source of commercial pilots, is facing its own shortage raising re=enl. regional airlines are spending more money too, hiking the pay for new flight crews. starting salaries have climbed 100 percent in the last five years.american airlines is appealing to pilots with
little or no flight experience to join its new air cadet academy.graduates are guaranteed interviews at american=owned regionals piedmont, envoy and psa. (syrupy voice) (ken) industry analysts say the cost of training and keeping those new pilots will likely be passed along to passengers.we could be asked to pay more for extras on our flights ... for checking bags or more leg room. (grant) tall people rejoice, airline seats may not be getting any smaller. if you thought airplanes have been getting more cramped recently, you are right. a study by airline consulting agency i-c-f showed the average domestic airplane has increased the number of seats by nearly 8% in the last 15 years. but a new bill from the federal aviation administration is now in congress, aiming to set minimum seat sizes within a
year. the department of transportation has also started an audit of airplane cabins to make sure they are roomy enough to meet emergency de-planing safety codes. (ken) 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 lawrence karnow: it was another hot day inland with some temperatures soaring into the mid 90s. but it was a much cooler day at the coast with highs there with patchy fog in the 50s and 60s. on the doppler you can see a few pop-up showers over the mountains to the north and the sierra. monsoonal clouds will likely make a return in the middle of the week to bring a chance of showers and thunderstorms. on the satellite you can see high pressure building in from the desert. it will bring some temperatures near triple digits in the valleys over the next couple of days. highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast with fog.
still ahead at 8 a man gets confused for a felon...then his license is suspended. how the mixup happened. plus. hiccups hinder amazon prime day... as many shoppers turn to social media to voice their frustrations. and next. a kidnapped woman sees her chance to get away...and takes it. how a cashier helped her escape her captors.
(ken) a woman who officials say was kidnapped from fresno and sexually assaulted got away from her captors by convincing them to let her use the bathroom. (grant) last wednesday she walked into a waterford gas station and asked the first person she saw for help. the cashier savannah pritchett acted quickly. she took the woman to the bathroom and locked the door. pritchett called the police and told the victim not to come out until they showed up. the woman's first words made her realize just how serious the situation was. (sot)savannah pritchett/cashier: "the first thing she did tellwas, 'i was kidnapped and they do have guns. please lock the door. they will kill us or kill me.' so it was kind of like, okay, well, all right." (grant) deputies arrived... guns drawn and stormed the store. inside, they got 18-year- old anthony sandoval on the ground and arrested him. two 16-year-olds were also arrested. a gun was found inside the suspects' car, and another... in the store.
pritchett says she hasn't been able to stop thinking about the woman and says she was just trying to do the right thing. (ken) a florida man receives the surprise of his life. it came in the form of a letter -- addressed to him but intended for someone else. michael joseph neely says he likes to follow the rules and the laws. which is why this letter from the state of florida's department of highway safety and motor vehicles shocked him. it said his driver's license was suspended. the suspension is a result of a felony conviction connected to a ádifferentá man. according to the polk county sheriff's office website, neely's information is wrongly attached to another man with the same first and last name. "it is hard on you i mean when you discover all of the sudden you are a felon and you have never done anything wrong that is hard to swallow and it is just hard to deal with it really is." (ken) neely has not gotten behind the wheel since friday -- afraid to drive with an incorrectly suspended license. the polk county sheriff's office is aware of the issue.
they believe it was caused by human error and they hope to have it fixed on monday. (grant) in sports... the warriors introduce their new forward... who has the unique distinction of being the only swede in the n-b-a...(ken) and the home town favorite takes baseball's home run derby title... with help from his dad... gary has that story...and all the sports... coming up next at 8 a frantic mom dials 9-1-1 after her baby is born premature at home... only to get a busy signal. now she's wondering if her daughter's life could have been saved. mother in nebraska is mourning
the death of her newborn child, which she delivered months early. she says after at home, she called 9-11 several times but couldn't get through. (grant) the child wasn't breathing, and ultimately outco mother couldn't get through. sarah fili reports. theresa kerby / coddington's mother: "i said 'call 911' and she said 'i'm calling but i keep getting a busy signal.'" joanna coddington says she called 911 three times after delivering her baby girl at home... 3 months early.when she couldn't get through... she called her mom at work... joanna coddington: "my mom answered and i told her that i
gave birth to the baby and she wasn't breathing."theresa kerby raced home... twice more.. calling 911... this time from her phone.not getting through.... they got in their car and drove to the closest emergency room.more than 15 minutes of busy signal... from the 911 center. theresa kerby / coddington's mother: "nobody knows what the possibilities are if 911 could have came, but the end result is the same and that's that baby angel's not with us." douglas county 911 director dave sleeter says the dispatchers were overwhelmed with 3-4 times the normal amount of calls... most.. non-emergency--- reporting fireworks complaints.theresa kerby / coddington's mother: "that just infuriated me, because real emergencies, of life and death, were not able to get through."but the 911 center says the ácarriers are the issue.sleeter says there's a certain number of connections from each cell phone provider... and if they're all full... the user gets a busy signal.joanna coddington: "there's a possibility... if they could have got to her soon enough there's a possibility she could have been here, but i'll never know." (grant) the family's wireless carrier did not respond to a request for comment on the story. the county's 9-1-1 director says
authorities are working to improve the system. that includes setting up a non-emergency number... so that 9-1-1 circuits don't get overloaded with calls that are not true emergencies. never know."here, but i'll never know." (grant) the family's wireless carrier did not respond to a request for comment on the story. the county's 9-1-1 director says authorities are working to improve the system. that includes setting up a non-emergency number... so that 9-1-1 circuits don't get overloaded with calls that are not true emergencies. (ken) amazon's website hit some snags quickly on it's much hyped prime day. the hiccups could mute sales and send shoppers elsewhere on one of amazon's busiest sales days. many prime day links only got images of dogs with the words "uh oh ==something went wrong on our end." many took to social media to complain. but soon thereafter many links were working again.
baseball's baseball's all-star game is tomoorow night... tonight... the home run derby... nationals park in washington d- c the host... and the fan favorite of course the nationals' bryce harper... who was the biggest name in the event the phillies rhys (reece) hoskins... out of sacramento... made it all the way to the semi-finals... losing to the cubs kyle schwarber... tound of the night with 20 homers the longest home run of the night... another cub... javier beaz... with a 479-foot shot... but he still lost in the first round to former oakland a's player max muncy the final came down to shwarber and harper... shwarber... who had the highliest round of the night with 21 homers in the semi-finals... managed 18 in the final... with harper getting the last shot then harper...with his dad...
ron... who said he dyed his beard for national television... pitching... he rallied down the stretch to tie it... and in bonus time... harper hits number 19 to win it... does the two-handed bat flip... his teammates waste no time grabbing the trophy and giving it to him... harper in turn gives it to his dad... no ceremony needed the home crowd loves it... harper celebrates again with his dad... giving him a big hug bat 6th for the national league as a starter in tomorrow's game the warriors intrioduced their latest edition today... jonas jerebko... he a 6-10 forward who can step out and hit a three-pointer... averaged about six points-per- game with the utah jazz last
year... the team hopes he will be an upgrade for thr role they signed omri casspi to do last year off the bench probably the most interesting thing about jerebko is he is the only player in the nba from sweden... and the second swedish-born player to play in the nba... miles simon was born in sewden but grew up in the los angeles area here is jerebko...(sot: jonas jerebko) " i played in this league for 10 years and i have done my parts. my main goal, my lifelong dream is to get a ring and to win an nba championchip. money is secondary to really care i have played in this league for 10 years, kid from sweden never dreamed of that so i am glad where i am at right now."
kevin durant continued his summer tour of high-profile a-a-u events this weekend... the finals mvp was in chicago last week for the gilrs nike nationals... was in north augusta, south carolina this past weekend for the boys' end-of-the-year nike event... the peach jam... while there k-d high school players and own squad... participate... even taking in a few games with shake smart... who now coache's at durant's alma mater... texas... his three-city tour wraps up in on wednesday...wh eere he will unveil his new nike shoe... the "kd-11" according to multiple reports.... lebron james will not be attending team, usa mini-camp in las vegas next week... week... james was in las
vegas over the wekend... wearing 500-dollar shorts of his new tyeam... the los angeles lakers... while taking in a lakers summer league game the mini-camp will be the first official usa basketball gathering with gregg popovich as the head coach... james played when poppovich was larry brown's assitant coach on the 2004 bronze medal won olympic gold medal in after playing in eight straight nba finals it's understandablwould take (wipe to levar ball) some of you may rememebr the "dis rap" shaquille o'neal directed at kobe bryant years ago... in ine of his recent d.j. sets... shaq had a dig at his "nba on tnt" co-host... charles barkley...
o'neal and crowd>"barkley sucks (7 times)" times)" next at 8. could your cup of joe be the key to living longer? what a new study says next. tonight at 9 have you driven along 49 scenic drive in san francisco? i've seen people smoking crack, in the alleys, and on the broad street, i've seen people people literally injecting needles swabbing w8ith dirty q-i'll show you what i found, in the next edition of people behaving badly
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if you have hep c, it can be cured. for us, it's time to get tested. it's the only way to know for sure. for us, it's time to get tested. cup of java -- and another and another -- might prolong your life.(ken) a new study published in the 'journal of the american medical association' shows that drinking several cups of
your favorite coffee a day could be associated with a lower risk of early death. the study collected data from more than 500-thousand people over a 10-year period... and researchers found that individuals who drank eight or more cups of coffee a day had a lower risk of dying by nearly 15-percent. and for the people who drank slightly fewer cups a day... the risk was cut by 16-percent. but experts warn coffee alone can't balance out unhealthy habits like smoking or eating processed foods. (grant) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken) here is what were working on with kron 4 news at 9... a man in the north bay arrested for burglarizing tenants' homes-- and tonight we are learning the suspect worked at the apartment complex...now police are looking for more potential victims... tonight there is outrage from both republican and democratic lawmakers after what president turmp said and did not say
during his meeting with vladamir putin... tonight we are live in san francisco where a rally and an anti trump message is being projected on a federal building-- details next...(ken) and temperatures across the bay area are about to heat up... cheif meteorologist lawrence karnow has what to expect as you wake up tomorrow... keep it here...kron 4 news at nine starts right after the break.
a man in the north bay arrested for burglarizing tenants' homes while they were away.... and tonight we are learning the suspect is the maintenance man of the apartment complex..(grant)2 shot land thanks for joining us im grant lodes... (ken) and i'm ken wayne...in for vicki liviakis. now police are trying to find out if there are more victims out there.... it happened at the woodcreek village apartments at 101 boas drive in santa rosa.... that's where kron 4's ali reid joins us live tonight.. alihow are neighbors dealing with this revelation? people that live in this complex are shocked.not only is this maintenance guy accused of breaking into at least 2 homes, police say he
was also stealing womens' underwear.pkgmaintenance man cornell holiday-- seen here entering a home at the woodcreek village apartments without consent. nothing actually surprises me these daysthis neighbor ... who doesn't want to show his face, believes holiday also entered his apartment when no one but the dog was home.like 6 months ago while we were walking, my ballistic. so animals don't forget when they're mistreated. in the case where the 65 year old is caught on camera ... authorities say he used his work keys to enter when the tenant was not home ... taking some of her clothing, including underwear.you got all types of sick people on this planettenants tell me police searched holiday's storage unit in the complex, the da