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threatened yosemite valley reopens ... kron four's gabe slate is one of the first visitors in nearly three weeks. ... as you drive into the park it does not feel like the fire is out.whooshmodest homes ... not so modest prices ... the bay area loses one its last outposts of affordable housing. whooshnatsan francisco's new mayor tackles one of the city's nastest problems,whoosh twelve years after her son was gunned down on this street corner ... a mother is still searching for his killer.i know he's looking down from heaven and saying mom im proud of you (ken) now at 8. cars line up to enter yosemite national park for the first time in almost three weeks. yosemite valley opened back up to the public today.(ken)
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thank you for joining us i'm ken wayne.(pam) and i'm pam moore. but along with the park's iconic waterfalls and cliffs... visitors should still expect to see and smell smoke. as the ferguson fire is not yet contained.(ken) kron-4's gabe slate visited yosemite today and shows us what it looks like. stand up gabe slate - "yosemite national park has reopened but the air quality is poor" sound from decarious young / works at yosemite "it was really bad, chunks of ash falling from sky" decarious works at yosemite, he has been here the whole time it was closed he says he's happy to see the tourists return. when you drive into the park it does not feel like the fire is out. you can see smoke everywhere, you can smell it, there are still active hot spots that are still smoking i saw several hot spots where flames were visible. helicopters are still dropping water in the park on these hot spots. these signs warning of extreme fire danger are visible throughout the yosemite loop. let me show you the landmarks this is what el capitan looks like it's covered in a brown haze of smoke. and here is half dome which is a little farther east into the park.. the air was a
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little better here but still half dome was covered in smoke. sophia bergal / visitor it's my husband's birthday so happy to be heresophia bergal and her husband tom echoed what most of the tourists here told me they were willing to deal with the smoke to see the world famous yosemite park. sophia bergal / visitor it's smokey and would be better without but it's ok, worth it. stand up - i feel the burn in eyes, nose, queasy.. if sensitive maybe wait. air quality conditions are expected to improve over the next couple days but if you want that crisp fresh yosemite air for i would wait.. in yosemite national park gabe slate kron 4 news.
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(ken) tonight... another sobering reminder of the human toll men and women fighting it.(pam) we are learning the identity of the latest victim... our grant lodes is here with more on matthew burchett. (grant) the 42 year old leaves behind a wife and young son. matt burchett served for 20 years in salt lake city and just this may joined the draper city fire department in utah to lead its wildfire program. tonight, his colleague's are remembering a loving, funny, talkented man. but first, here's burchett, a batallion chief, speaking to reporters earlier this month right before he came to california to help battle the enormous mendocino complex fire. battalion chief bob bowery, draper city fd:'and matt jumped at the chance to go assist in california and i think anybody in our department would do the same.' 'he was a good man, he had a very dry wit.''if i had to describe him, i would say he was a master of his craft.'
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troy walker, draper city mayor: 'draper deployed 5 firefighters from here on august the 2nd and the team has worked tirelessly to protect lives and property. the entire community of draper is mourning his loss.'(grant) investigators say a falling tree killed burchett. three other firefighters were injured when the tree came down. burchett and his crew from utah were with firefighters from napa, sonoma and lake counties. (pam) meanwhile, more progress is being made in the fight against the mendocino complex fire. the larger of the two fires is the ranch fire and it is now 64- percent contained.. that is up from 59- percent just last night. so far, it has burned so far, it has burned more than 305-thousand acres. the river fire was 100- percent contained as of yesterday. it burned nearly 49- thousand acres. 147- homes have been destroyed in the mendocino complex blazes.. and more than 1-thousand structures are still
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threatened. (pam) turning now to chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.(ken) lawrence how are the fire conditions looking for firefighters? lawrence karnow: low clouds and fog with drizzle were slow to clear today helping to cool temperatures all over the bay area. highs today were mainly in the 70s inland with 60s and 70s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. doppler radar is showing more showers and thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite there is a weak area of low pressure approaching the coast. it will help to bring more clouds to the bay area again tonight with patchy drizzle. tomorrow will start with low clouds and drizzle before partial clearing in the afternoon. highs tomorrow will be in the 70s to mid 80s inland, 60s and 70s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. it will begin to warm on thursday and then become a little hot on friday with mid 90s by the
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weekend. (ken) oakland police have identified the officer critically injured in a crash near the port of oakland. police say 22-year-old officer jordan wingate was responding to reports of a suspicious person yesterday when his patrol vehicle crashed into another car-- and then into a semi-truck. wingate has been with the department since 20-13...when he started as a cadet. his father is an oakland police lieutenant. officer wingate remains in critical condition tonight. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. (pam) it has been 12- years since aubrey abra-kasa was shot and killed in san francisco ...but his mother is not giving up hope, that one day, the person responsible for pulling the trigger... will be put behind bars.(ken) kron4's michelle kingston is live for us tonight at the scene where he was shot ... where she held a
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prayer circle today -- on the anniversary of his death. michelle? they stood here today hand in hand with police officers ... on the corner of grant and baker streets -- praying the perpetrator turns himself in. (mk)paulette brown, victim's mother"i know that he is looking down from heaven and saying, 'mom, i am proud of you. mom, keep fighting."12 years ago -- aubrey abrakasa was shot and killed on his way to work ... on the corner of grant and baker streets in san francisco.his mother says he saw a group heading toward his neighbors and he told those neighbors to run ... they got away, but aubrey was shot.the person responsible -- still on the loose."i forgive them. i have to so i can live, but i still want justice."every year on the anniversary of aubrey's death -- his mother, aubrey's death anniversary of the every year on want justice."live, but i still have to so i can "i forgive them. i loose.still on the responsible -- the person shot.aubrey was away, but run ... they got neighbors to he told those neighbors and toward his group heading says he saw a his mother francisco. sof grant and
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baker streets in san francisco. his mother says he saw a group heading toward his neighbors and he told those neighbors to run ... they got away, but aubrey was shot.the person responsible -- still on the loose."i forgive them. i have to so i can live, but i still want justice."every year on the anniversary of aubrey's death -- his mother, his sister, friends and police officers stand together where he died ...where his mother still keeps flowers and balloons and his photo -- hoping someone saw something that can lead to the arrest of the killer."i'm here trying to get justice and bring awareness to all the unsolved homicides, not just my son, but all the unsolved homicides so we can have some kind of closure because we have nothing."12 years -- but the day does not get any easier ... his sister -- breaking down on the street corner ... remembering her brother.serina abrakasa, victim's sister"it feels like it was yesterday. the pain never really goes away.""and to still have to walk outside and see where your brother laid and was shot and killed, it's hard." aubrey's mother fights every day to get justice for her son ... and says she'll never give up..she has this message for the person who killed her son. "not only are you hurting families but you're hurting your own family because now you have to look behind your back for the rest of your life." there's a 250- there's a 250-thousand dollar reward for anyone with information leading to the arrest of the person who shot and killed aubrey.if you have any information -- contact in san francisco michelle kingston kron 4 news.
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(pam) the search continues tonight ... for a east bay law student who reportedly fell off a cliff... while visiting a park in oregon. back here at his university in the bay area, news of the tragedy is hitting students and faculty hard. kron4's haaziq madyun has the story. these are photos of emergency responders in douglas county oregon searching for 23-year-old berkeley law student brain lewinstein. according to the douglas county sheriff's office, just before 3pm sunday, leweinstein reportedly crossed a safety fence to take a photo from above the toketee water falls when he slipped and fell down a steep embankmentsot
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bazeley: berkeley school of law spokesperson: "we were horribly sadden to learn about this situation">the spokesperson for berkeley sotlewinstein was entering his second year at the law school. he was also scheduled to return next week as an intern here at berkeley's east bay community law centersot counselors are being made available for students at the law school and the law center. as for the search for lewinstein, according to the douglas county sheriff's office the search continues. sheriff's office says brain lewinstein's family has been notified about the berkeley haaziq
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madyun kron4news coming up at eight.. signs that the marijuana market in california is struggling. plus. a bridge collapse kills more than two dozen in italy. dramatic video of the moment it happened. and how bay area officials are preparing for a similar disaster and next. the surprising bay area communities that could soon enter the million- dollar housing market. just when you thought you were done painting...
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no messy lines, no paint bleed. for sharp lines every time, frog it! (pam) rising home prices are nothing new in the bay area, but more and more, once affordable areas are becoming out of reach. (ken) kron 4's dan kerman has one example of a once gritty bay area community now poised to become a multi-million dollar neighborhood. this 4 bedroom 2 and a half
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bath home in east palo alto's university square sold for just over 700-thousand dollars in the year 2000.... now it's on the market for just under 1.4 million dollars and realtors expect it to sell for over 1.6 million. sot catherine gortner/real estate broker 17-27alot of these homes have tripled since the downturn, you could pick up one of thses homes for 500-thousand dollars and now they are about triple in value since thenand it's not just in this east palo alto neighborhood...this home for example on fordham street sold for $240,000 in 2008, $460,000 in 2014 and sold in june of this year for $895,000... and new research from zillow says east palo alto is on the cusp of joining the million dollar club, meaning more than half the homes for sale will sell for over a million dollars. realtors say it's already happening.sotit has finally gotten a median price or average sale price of 1.1 million dollars now or right aroudn there and it is losing affordability, the people who were buying here 15-20 years ago can no longer buy here.the lack of new housing and a lack of homes for sale is part of the increase... the other is what realtors call this facebook effect.sotyou have a great influx of wealth fro face book employees they want
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to be close to work and bike to work and we are seeing the gentrification all over east palo alto so thats what is going on here, we are also close to stanford so yo uhave a lot of doctors buying here as wellstandup dan kerman/east palo alto 140-150other cities expected to join the million dollar club include morgan hill alameda newark and daly city. in east palo alto, dan kerman kron 4 news. (ken) the nation's largest marijuana market is struggling. california cannabis regulators heard a long list of complaints and concerns today at a los angeles hearing. among those are a flourishing
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illegal market that is undercutting licensed shops. a shaky supply chain. and testing that some say doesn't go far enough to find mold and other potential health risks. the state's top marijua regulator says the state's in a diffcult position... as it attempts to transform what was once an illegal market into a multi-billion dollar regulated one. (ken)the city of san francisco is stepping up efforts to keep sidewalks and streets clean. (pam) starting next month, public works will deploy a special team with the goal of hopefully, cleanin up human and pet feces before anyone notices.kron 4's charles clifford has details. well, san francisco has gotten a bad reputation for having dirty streets and the city is stepping up effort to deal with the problem. natsnormally when san francisco public works gets a call about a dirty sidewalk or street, they send out a crew to clean it up, but in recent years the department has seen a sharp increase in the number of service calls. so starting next month, a new six man team will be hitting the streets to try to be proactive about the problem.rachael gordon is with
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san francisco public works.sot we will have a dedicated crew going out to known hot spots around the city where there have been complaints of feces whether dog or human and they are going to clean it up. that's their new job.this special team is part of an ongoing effort by the city to keep human and pet waste off the streets. public works says they've also had good luck with their pit stop program which is made up of 22 public toilets in 12 neighborhoods across the city. sotwe want to be able to allow people relieve themselves with dignity and not use our public sidewalks as their toilets. public works admits that keeping san francisco clean is a big job and that they still need the public to keep reporting problems by calling 311sotand we do prioritize clean up waste . . dog or human. . always. finally, if you see something on a city street public works wants you to report it by calling 311. in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-live look taking a forecast.four zone now to our
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now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o.kron-4's chief kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: low clouds and fog with drizzle were slow to clear today helping to cool temperatures all over the bay area. highs today were mainly in the 70s inland with 60s and 70s around the bay and 50s and
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60s at the coast. doppler radar is showing more showers and thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite there is a weak area of low pressure approaching the coast. it will help to bring more clouds to the bay area again tonight with patchy drizzle. tomorrow will start with low clouds and drizzle before partial clearing in the afternoon. highs tomorrow will be in the 70s to mid 80s inland, 60s and 70s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. it will begin to warm on thursday and then become a little hot on friday with mid 90s by the weekend.
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(allison eickhoff/ 11 years old) "this cannot be happening, i thought it was a test at first but them i'm like, 'this is real.'" two young girls describe the terrifying moments they were almost kidnapped. new ahead at 8how they got away. plus. a fire evacuee watches firefighters protect his house on surveillance cameras... but is surprised by what happened when he got a notification someone was at his front door., ((gary sports tease))"comng up little bit later in this broadcast. a's, giants, pennant contention. we'll talk about how they're doing this
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evening. and also, hey, i'm getting out of here talking about myself. so we'll have some of the guys we've interviewed,bobby knight, bill russell. we've got bill walsh in there. don king. some old stuff, coming up in a few minutes." ((ken))here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine... a scary scene inside a clothing store...police say a security guard snapped... and started shooting. you can see people... who were back to school shopping, ducking for cover under clothing racks. police managed to take down the authorities are releasing new details about what led up to the shooting.that story... tonight on kron 4 news at nine. every fire department every police department
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is part of a bigger picture. that bigger picture is statewide mutual aid. california years ago realized the need to work together. teamwork is important to protect the community, but we have to do it the right way. we have a working knowledge and we can reduce the impacts of a small disaster, but we need the help of experts. pg&e is an integral part of our emergency response team. they are the industry expert with utilities. whether it is a gas leak or a wire down, just having someone there that deals with this every day is pretty comforting. that is unique and that is a specialty. with all of us working together we can keep all these emergencies small.
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and the fact that we can bring it together and effectively work together is pretty special. they bring their knowledge, their tools and equipment and the proficiency to get the job done. and the whole time i have been in the fire service, pg&e's been there, too. whatever we need whenever we need it. i do count on pg&e to keep our firefighters safe. that's why we ask for their help. one of the last things a california homeowner did before evacuating .... was aim one of his security cameras at ree (ken) he thought he was
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going to watch flames burn down his house, but he watched firefighters save it instead. stacy butler has the story. (pkg) (pkg)"me, my wife wendy and my aunt, all watching my phone live, watching the fire raging to my house."from his skybell hd, frank grasso watched flames from the holy fire melt his fence and race toward his corona home.frank grasso/homeowner"i hundred percent thought my house was going go down and the next thing we would know, we'd be watching a melting camera. my wife had started crying at that point because it was real."just before he was evacuated thursday afternoon, grasso pointed one of his skybell cameras in an upstairs bedroom toward the canyon to keep an eye on his home.from his aunt's home in irvine, he watched as firefighters attacked the flames and saved his house.then the real surprise..frank grasso/homeown er"all of a sudden, i get a notification someone's at my
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front door for my video doorbell.natsot/firefighter "your house is safe." natsot/grasso"i really appreciate that, thank you so much."natsot/firefighter"are you guys doing ok wherever you are at?"natsot/grasso"yes, we're over here at my aunt's house in irvine, we're ok." frank grasso/homeowner"i told him thank you, we love you. we love you guys, man." natsot/grasso"we love you guys, man. stay safe."frank grasso/homeowner"it's times like these that really open your eyes up to their level and what they do." (ken) a 51-year-old man is being charged with purposely setting the blaze that became known as the holy fire. coming up at eight.. a former baltimore police officer is in more trouble tonight because of a video showing him repeatedly punching a man. plus. a grand jury investigation reveals shocking claims of abuse against the catholic church...involving at least 1- thousand child victims. and next. a bridge collapse kills more than two dozen people in italy. dramatic video of the catastrophe... plus... how the bay area is preparing for similar disasters. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i look at your 7 day forecast.details
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are right after the break. baby boomers,
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here's something you should know. there's a serious virus out there that 1 in 30 boomers has, yet most don't even know it. a virus that's been almost forgotten. it's hepatitis c. hep c can hide in the body for years without symptoms. left untreated it can lead to liver damage, even liver cancer. the only way to know if you have hep c is to ask your healthcare provider for the simple blood test. 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. (ken) the first voices heard by
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firefighters were oh god please help.these are images from the moments after a 260=foot highway bridge collapsed in italy.(pam) ppene noon local time.. the road... crowded with vacationers as
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well as locals. firefighters say, they have pulled at least three dozen bodies from the rubble, and the death toll is likely to rise dramatically.(ken) witnesses say the structure was hit by lightning in the middle of an intense rainstorm.catherine heenan shows us what happpened next, natghostly images of survivors from the italian fire brigade, their first images from the air revealed that a huge section of the bridge had given way ... 250 feet long, almost as big as a football field.natcnn's nic robertson was on the highway heading to the can see where the bridge just sheared off debris hanging from the side there and at the other end of the bridge. several hundred yards away that truck just close to the drop off. a driver there who had a hugely lucky escape. down below, rescue crews racing against time to search through the wrecked dogs helped them look for survivors. natauthorities warned the death toll may rise dramatically.the highway was unusually crowded.tomorrow is the feast of the assumption ... a national holiday in both france and italy and for many,
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the traditional start of a summer vacation.the bridge was built of reinforced concrete a half=century ago, and many genoese had espressed concern about its safety.officials say work was under way to shore up its structure when it collapsed.the city's mayor says he wants to rebuild as possible. my role as the mayor is to make sure we have the correct infrastructure for the city and make sure that from the government we get the right amount of money in order to be able to set up the new infrastructure as soon as possible." (ken) here in the bay area, there are specially trained rescue teams...ready to respond to disaster scenes like the one in italy. (ken) a local expert talked us through the urgent
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effort... chief harold schaplehouman (shop-o-hall- man) of the menlo park fire department has worked on several high profile search and rescue operations. ...including 9-11. the italy disaster reminds him of tragedies here, such as the deadly cypress freeway collapse during the 19-89 earthquake. he says time is of the essence as crews in italy race to try to find survivors. sot "time is what you are working against, what i mean by that, is the survivability ratio that you deal with for ever hour someone's trapped. even if they were to find them...survival is based upon their age, medical condition." (ken) schapelhouman has bay area bridges are safe but there's always concern over the potential damage and loss of life from the next "big one". (ken) the former baltimore police officer caught on video beating a man repeatedly...has been indicted.(pam) arthur williams - who was a newly sworn in probationary officer - resigned sunday, after
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video of the incident surfaced. baltimore police said, williams and another officer, approached dashawn mcgrier ... while responding to crime in the area back on august 11th. williams was seen on video repeatedly punching mcgrier. his attorney says, he was left with a fractured jaw. now a warrant has been issued for william's arrest. (pam) an explosive report released today... is alleging a coverup of catholic priest sex abuses... dating back decades. a grand jury in pennsylvania issued that report. here's james dinan with more. a grand jury report stating clergy sexual abuse from six catholic dioceses in pennsylvania dating back to 1947.the state's attorney general, josh shapiro says:sot josh shapiro, pennsylvania attorney general"for some time the dioceses sought to prevent the entire report from ever se."ngthe investigation shows that more than 300 priests have been accused of sexually abusing more than 1-thousand children, which includes boys and girls.
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shapiro said the church used euphemisms such as "horseplay and wrestling" to cover up what was actually rape and sexual abuse.sot josh shapiro, pennsylvania attorney general "these predator priest were allowed to thrive in darkness for decades. the abuse and coverup is now publicly disclosed."charges have been filed against two priests in pennsylvania accused of abusing minors.but in most cases the statute of limitations have run out and are too old to be prosecuted. the grand jury is recommending changes to pennsylvania law...suggesting the state eliminate the criminal statute of limitations for sexually abusing children.the president of the united states conference of catholic bishops released a statement saying: "we are grateful for the courage of the people who aided the investigation by sharing their personal stories of a body of bishops, we are shamed by and sorry for the sins and omissions by catholic priests and catholic bishops."i'm james dinan reporting. (ken) (ken) the war of
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words between president trump and omarosa manigault- newman is getting even nastier. the trump campaign now taking legal action against the fired white hohoe adviser... claiming her new tell-all book violates a non-disclosure agreement she signed during the 20-16 campaign. the president escalated the fight with a tweet where he praised his chief of staff for "quickly firing that dog" omarosa responded by releasing more recordings. this time of the trump campaign staff discussing an alleged recording of him using a racial slur..and how to handle it. something the president denies, but when his press secretary was asked if he has ever used the n=word. she say could not quote " guarantee anything" noting she never heard trump use the word. (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
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a look ahead lawrence karnow: low clouds and fog with drizzle were slow to clear today helping to cool temperatures all over the bay area. highs today were mainly in the 70s inland with 60s and 70s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. doppler radar is showing more showers and thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite there is a weak area of low pressure approaching the coast. it will help to bring more clouds to the bay area again tonight with patchy drizzle. tomorrow will start with low clouds and drizzle before partial clearing in the afternoon. highs tomorrow will be in the 70s to mid 80s inland, 60s and 70s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. it will begin to warm on thursday and then become a little hot on friday with mid 90s by the weekend.
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still ahead at 8 a man caught on camera sneaking
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into a hippo enclosure at the l-a zoo... what he did next... is hard to understand. plus. a 14- year old wants to be governor of vermont. why he is allowed to run. and next a warning affecting a-t- m's everywhere. (ken) the f-b-i has a
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warning about a-t-m's. officials say the money machines could fall victim to hacking attacks. that's according to a report from "krebs on security," a cyber-security blog, headed by journalist brian krebs. he says there's a scheme called there's a scheme called an "a-t-m cash-out." krebs says hackers can get inside a bank or payment card processor and take large amounts of cash with stolen information. the threat is world-wide. the f-b-i has yet to make a specific comment on the story. wells fargo and j-p morgan chase also declined to make a statement. (pam) a california man
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may be criminally charged.... after he decided to go inside an enclosure at the l-a zoo. it was all caught on camera. the man climbs into the zoo's hippo exhibit and sneaks up on two animals. all to apparently slap one of the hippos on the rear. he then takes a moment to celebrate, before running off. l--a--p-d confirms... they got a report of trespassing and are investigating. the zoo released a statement which says, in part - "it is a privilege to observe these rare and endangered species.. but they are still wild animals... and their space must be respected at all times." ( ken ) in sports... we have updates on how the giants and a's are doing... both teams in a pennant race...(pam) and gary talks about some of his favorite interviews he's done here at kron... we have some great exerpts... and ry's p next at 8 four young girls realize they're being followed ...then are attacked. how they fought
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back may have saved their lives.
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four girls in michigan escaped what they describe as a "terrifying" attack.(ken) a 22-year-old man is now facing charges including kidnapping. rebecca trylch reports.
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(rebecca trylch/ reporting) "this is where it all started at. the girls had come here to get a few drinks, they were heading home, and then they noticed a man following them." (chief jason oliver/ millington police dept.) "they decided to go across the street where the lights are, to a lit area."millington police chief jason oliver says that is the first thing the four girls did right - as they tried to avoid 22-year-old bruce hipkins.soon he was... (lauren eickhoff/ 13 years old) "behind my sister and i screamed, 'allison' and then he attacked."allison is just 11-years-old.(allison eickhoff/ 11 years old) "he said, 'you're coming with me.' and like, he grabbed my face." this was all unfolding across the road from the speedway - outside of dollar general. (allison eickhoff/ 11 years old) "this cannot be happening, i thought it was a test at first but them i'm like, 'this is real.'"lauren, allison - and their 12 and 14-year-old friends did what they had been taught.(lauren eickhoff/ 13 years old) "i grabbed my drink and chucked it at his head. i tried, i punched him in the head."the oldest friend started attacking him too.he let go of allison - but then -(chief jason oliver/ millington police dept.) "he grabbed another one by the hair after he had let the little one go, and they continued to kick and punch him and scream until he let go andanthe girls ran here - another block away a deputy found hipkins a few minutes later. he's now charged with five crimes - including kidnapping. (chief jason oliver/ millington police dept.) "kicked, screamed, punched, clawed. threw their hot drinks, their slurpees, whatever they had on them, they did what they needed to do."chief oliver calls the girls "brave" - adding they did exactly what they should
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have.(lauren eickhoff/ 13 years old) "seeing that your little sister was going to get tooken is very scary." (ken) hipkins is in jail on a 250-thousand-dollar bond. new tonight at nine... a bay area woman is on a mission to make sure children impacted by the carr fire in shasta county ... have what she plans on delivering them to kids who need them most.that story.. tonight at nine.
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giants... the second of three games in dodger stadium... right now... (wipe to a's score) as for the a's...
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and that's out lexus ultimate high;light! next at 8. meet the 14- year old running for public office in vermont... tonight at 9 let's see, cars double parked on both sides, some with their park anywhere buttons activated, muni buses stuck in traffic and people blindly walking into the street .. i don't know what's going on here oh i know, i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
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candidates. and does not require candidates to be registered voters. (pam) he is the youngest candidate to run for the office in vermont's history. key to the teen's platform -- gun control, in the wake of the parkland high school shooting. vermont had its primary today ... and sonneborn did not advance to november. however he says, after his campaign he still plans to stay in public life. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken) but our primetime coverage is just getting started this tuesday. grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))thank you pam and at nine..friends and family countinue to flow in and out of highland hospital in oakland.that's where an oakland police officer remains in critical condition tonight following a terrible crash at the port of oakland yesterday.tonight we know more about the officer who is the son of a longtime lutienant.details next in a live new tonight at nine...a bay area woman is doing her part to make sure
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children impacted by devastating wildfires, get the supplies they need for school. ((grant))plus...the city of san francisco is taking action to make sure streets are clear of human and animal waste.when you'll see the so-called "poop patrol" out in force.((vicki)) keep it here..kron 4 news at nine starts right after the break.
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(grant) in the east bay... officers are gathering at highland hospital to support one of their own-- a young police officer ááremains in critical condition tonight-- after crashing his patrol car-- while responding to a call...(grant)2 shot bam thanks for joining us, i'm grant lodes...(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis... the crash happened yesterday morning. there was so much damage done to 22-year-old officer jordan wingate s-u-v, firefighters had to extract him from the vechile.(grant) wingate started as a cadet back in 2013 ... he was hired as a trainee in 2016 ... and
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recently graduated last year before joining the force. (vicki)kron 4's ali reid joins us live from highland hospital tonight ... ali, any updates on his condition? we're told the hospital is running a number of tests right the meantime, loved ones are coming out in numbers.pkg friends, family and colleagues pour in and out of highland hospital tuesday evening ... visiting officer jordan wingate, who remains in critical condition. oakland police chief anne kirkpatrick also showed her respects to the family.outside ... o-p-d cornered off a part of the roadway to make it easier for anyone visiting the family. the violent traffic


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