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the oakland police department tweeted this photo of the scene. it happened around 8:00 tonight on robledo drive. police are asking the public to call them with any information that might help in the investigation. we'll provide updates as soon as we get them. (ken) now at 9 -- rabbi jeffrey myers describing the terror of the gunman's rampage on his own congregation at the tree of life synagogue.(ken) good evening -- i'm ken wayne. (vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis a primary care physician loved by his community. two devoted and welcoming brothers.and welcoming brothers. a "vibrant" 97-year-old with "a lot of years left." all were among the 11 people whose lives abruptly ended on
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saturday when a gunman stormed the tree of life synagogue in pittsburgh's historic squirrel hill neighborhood.(ken) president trump will visit pittsburgh tomorrow to show his support for the victims. camila bernal has more. sot rabbi yitzhak husbands- hankin, friend of victims"i went up to the synagogue to just be in the perimeter to wait for my friend to come out. he was one of the people wounded."the country standing together in defiance after the deadliest attack on the jewish community in american history. sot naftali bennett, israeli minister of education, minister of diaspora affairs"i can see that the american people abhorred this action." the man accused of gunning down a pittsburgh synagogue was wheeled into court for his firstappearance monday.he is scheduled to be back in court thursday.the 46 year old suspect is being held without bond...and faces 29 federal charges, including 11 murder charges.the victims who are being remembered by family and friendsinclude a married couple, a beloved physician and a pair of brothers.sot stephen neustein victims' friend"cecil and david are special. especially cecil who
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is more gregarious of the two. and whenever i would see him which is often he would come to synagogues and places we would be together. cecil always had a smile, a greeting and a very pleasant conversation."families and friends of those brothers will gather for funeral services tuesday.sot pittsburgh, mayor bill peduto"we did try to get the message out to the white house that our priority tomorrow is the first funeral." in pittsburgh, i'm camila bernal (vicki) tonight .... synagogues across the bay area are showing solidarity with the pittsburgh shooting victims. 11 people were killed in the shooting. there ... and the incident has been classified as a hate crime. (ken) in san francisco, there are 2 synagogues praying for those victims.kron 4's alecia reid joins us live from dolores street in the mission. what is the latest on the prayer service? people from the jewish faith, as well as others from the community joined in solidarity
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to pray. it was a packed house here at "sha - ar zahav "... as congregants kept the 11 people that were killed in pittsburg .... in their prayers. service went much longer than anticipated. also in the city ... chabad on natoma street in soma ... held a service at the same hour ... and welcomed people of all woman that heard about saturday's tragedy, made her way from richmond ... to san francisco ... to stand up in solidarity.the gunman ... 46 year old robert bowers .... faces more than 2 dozen federal charges and possibly the death penalty.these folks say now is the time for everyone to stand together in prayer.sot - i didn't know any of those people. you dont have to. they're human. to do that to humanity for me was just wow...sot - when someone does
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something like this for no good reason, we have to counter that with love for no good reason. and eventually it'll have a ripple effect. standup each of these prayer services in the city had a guard for extra security ... police are also patroling the area to ensure everyone's safety.reporting live in san francisco ... alecia reid ... kron 4 news. (ken) (ken) various congregations in the bay area have gathered for services to remember those who died in saturday's massacre.(vicki) clergy and community leaders and educators from the jewish, christian, muslin and buddhist faith gathered at the presidio for an interfaith conference entitled holy spaces and holy
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places and event that was planned long before the shooting. people who attended believed everyone has a role to play to reverse an ever increasing amount of anti- semitism and other forms of hatred. coming up at coming up at 9:30... we'll take a look at some of the tightening security measures at places of worship here in the bay area... in light of the tragedy in pittsburgh. (vicki)thousands of migrants are walking miles and miles every day toward the us mexico border in hopes of seekinge refuge here.(ken)today -- the pentagon announced they are preparing to send 52-hundred more troops to the border to stop the group of central americans from entering the united states.kron4's michelle kingston has more on today's announcement. (mk)sot"in my country we don't have peace"central american migrants have dozens of reasons as to why they are
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fleeing their own countries in hopes of finding a new life in the united states.ánatsáon monday -- the pentagon announced they are preparing to send more than five- thousand troops to the border .. who will support civil authorities and likely not have contact with the migrants.this plan comes just a week before midterm elections ...president donald trump tweeting this is an invasion of our country and our military is waiting.kron4 visited a local non profit that provides assistance to the immigrant population in the bay areajuan rivera, carecen san francisco"they no option that to leave and escape which is what you or i would do if someone was threatening our kids, our spouse or ourselves."the mexican government says the number of migrants has reduced to about 36-hundred people, down from more than seven thousand...but caravan organizers say their numbers are growing ... people hoping to find jobs and safety in the united states.juan rivera, carecen san francisco"they are good people .. they are not criminals .. they are not terrorists and they are only looking for refuge the caravan closest to the border is still about one thousand miles away in san francisco michelle kingston kron 4 news (ken)
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(ken) calfornia's rainy season calfornia's (ken) (ken) calfornia's rainy season usually starts in late october, but so far fire season is still the story. red flag conditions have returned. the national weather service says this latest red flag warning will run from 11pm on tonight until at least 6am on wednesday. it was a gorgeous day around the bay area as high pressure gets ready build in. highs today
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were in the 70s and 80s inland with 60s and sunshine at the coast too. red flag warnings are going up for bay area mountains above 1,000 feet and will contiue until wednesday. winds will gust as high as 50 mph over the highest peaks. high pressure will continue to build over the next few days bringing sunshine and breezy conditions at times for the rest of the bay area, highs tomorrow will be in the 70s and 80s inland with 60s at the coast. it will be nice on halloween. cooler weather is expected next weekend. (vicki) (vicki) (vicki)the city of oakland will be paid 40 million
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dollars by the golden state warriors...even after they leave the oracle for san francisco. the legal decision is backing tax payers who funded renovations to the stadium as requested by the team's owners.kron 4's ella sogomonian spoke with oakland council members on the ruling and joins us live in the newsroom with their .oakland city council members are thrilled by the decision saying this is only fair so their tax payers wouldn't be stuck with the multi million dollar bill for changes to the oracle arena that the warriors demanded a san francisco arbitrator ruled in favor of oakland and alameda county tax payers on monday.they decided the golden state warriors must pay back the remaining 40 million dollars left on a 100 million dollar tab for renovations to the oracle arena that were requested by the championship winning team.sot: noel gallo, city of oakland councilmember // "// "they signed a contract and the obligation is very clear that they would reward the city of oakland that tax payers that invested all their dollars to make sure that the
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improvements to oracle continued while the warriors are here and we haveto honor that and thats what the contract calls for and thats why the warriors need to pay up."the warriors argued their obligations should end with their lease expiring in the 2019 2020 season.but the arbitrator held the team to a committment made in 1996 to pay the debt. oakland city council president and coliseum authority vice-chair larry reid said, "we all love the warriors and appreciate their success on the court. however, the taxpayers of our community should not be on the hook for debt incurred and renovations completed at the warriors request.and councilman dan kalb added "this was a no brainer. the warriors should be ashamed of themselves for trying to rip off the city of oakland and alameda county to the tune of tens of millions of dollars. i will always appreciate the warriors players and coaches but the owners not so much." the the outstanding balance will be divided by annual payments of 7.5 million dollars when
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the warriors move to san in the newsroom ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (ken) -- a disturbing arrest on the peninsula... a substitute teacher is accused of having sex with a minor.... how the alleged crime was discovered on the internet. (vicki) plus -- how a decaying human skull.. could be connected to a headless torso ... they were found just a block away from each other in the east bay. (ken) and -- illegal dumping in the mission has neighbors furious.. we'll have reaction in a live report... when we come back.
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(ken)(ken)illegal dumping in the bay area has been a problem for sometime. (vicki)tonight those living on one block in the mission district of san francisco are actually praising the city for their efforts to get trash off the streets.kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us live tonight with details on a recent dumping case where it dumping case a recent with details on a recent dumping case where it appears someone tried to save money. j.r. (j.r.)a witness who lives nearby told me it appears the building owner next door hired some cheap labor to get items out of his building.but instead of taking those items to the dump the person just left it at 20th and south van ness in the mission district. that's according to the witness i talked with. he says there is work being done on that building and that's likely why the stuff had to go but it appears that someone didn't want to pay a fee to get a collection truck or take
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it to the dump which, for all this stuff would likely cost a few hundred dollars. instead they just dumped it on the sidewalk. there were at least two complaints about all these items. the city sent workers in to clean it up and an hour later the street was back to normal and looking good. those that i talked with described all the junk they was a lot of stuff a lot of stuff clothes bed matress...seen someone just dumping all this trash...what's the point of dumping things on the street. (j.r.) a neighbor who chose not to talk on camera says he hopes that the city goes after the person who dumped this trash. he does say he was very happy with the city coming out and cleaning this up in a timely manor. many of those that i talked with said main streets like south van ness are often cleaned up quickly but it's the side streets that they hope the city will hit in the
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future. ken vicki, now back to you. (ken) developing news tonight... a human skull separated from its body has been found in the east bay. (vicki) investigators say there may be clues found in a decomposed torso found near the same spot. kron 4's haaziq madyun has the story. (pkg)sotthe decayed skull was found october 26, 2018 on this property on 29th street in oakland. back on september 26th a human skeleton was found in the basement of an abandoned building on the 2800 block of martin luther king jr. blvd, around the corner form this location sot
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found in september and the detatched head are likely related. so what we are doing know is dna analysis on the detached skull and that torso to see that it is one and the same">in regards the skull and the torso being found in two separate locations, officials at the alameda county coroner's office say one possibility is an animal moving things from one location to anotherin oakland haaziq madyun kron4news kron4news (vicki) (vicki) according to police, a 49-year old female substitute teacher who previously taught in palo alto and redwood city has been arrested and charged with 24 felony counts of sexual misconduct with a 14-year-old girl who is now 17. the
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da says the alleged illegal behaviour happened between november 2014 and november 2015. the san mateo county district attorney's office says the alledged sexual acts between gianinni and her female relative were video taped on the victim's phone and uploaded to the user generated porn website. a friend of the victim, a student at woodside high school came across the video and told the principal. gianinni worked as a gianinni worked as a substitute teacher in palo alto and redwood city in the recent past as a special education teacher. the d-a's office says 30-40 years in prison. gianinni is in the san mateo county jail on 1.7 million dollars bail and will appear in court
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on november 5th. (ken) a new development today... in the the trial for the two men accused of involuntary manslaughter.. in the ghost ship warehouse fire. lawyers for the pair said in court today, they have decided against moving the trial elsewhere in the state. the lawyers had mulled over asking for a change of venue ... after a well- publicized plea deal fell through. both men have apologized to victims' families... and pleaded no contest to 36 charges of involuntary manslaughter. the lawyers say, polling of possible members of the jury .. gives them confidence that derick almena and max harris will receive a fair trial in oakland. a trial date is expected to be scheduled at a november 9th hearing. (grant) now to our four zone forecast... as we take this live look outside at the embarcadero... joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... it was a gorgeous day around the bay area as high pressure gets area as high around the bay gorgeous day it was a
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it was a gorgeous day around the bay area as high pressure gets ready build in. highs today were in the 70s and 80s inland with 60s and sunshine at the coast too. red flag warnings are going up for bay area mountains above 1,000 feet and will contiue until wednesday. winds will gust as high as 50 mph over the highest peaks. high pressure will continue to build over the next few days bringing sunshine and breezy conditions at times for the rest of the bay area, highs tomorrow will be in the 70s and 80s inland with 60s at the coast. it will be nice on halloween. cooler weather is expected next weekend. (ken) the tragic (ken)
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weekend. (ken) the tragic mass shooting in pennsylvania has shaken religous congregations around the world. how a bay area synagogue is taking action to protect their own. (vicki) and -- a sacramento family waits for word on whether police will be charged in a high profile shooting of a man with no weapon killed in his familys' yard .. (ken)next at ten: a couple claims they found a hidden
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♪ ♪ ♪ the holidays begin here at the disneyland resort. (ken) it is now up to the
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sacramento county district attorney to decide if criminal charges are warranted... in the police shooting of stephon clark.(vicki) the 22-year- old unarmed, black man was shot and killed by officers while he was in his familys back yard.. in march. capitol bureau reporter ashley
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zavala explains... what the d.a.'s office and family members are saying. more than seven months after police fatally shot stephon clark.. the district attorney is now reviewing the evidence to determine if criminal charges will be filed against the officers-involved. the sacramento d.a.'s office hopes to complete the review within 90 days... but it could take longer depending on the circumstances. in a statement monday, officials said in part.. "the materials submitted by the sacramento police department are voluminous and may take significant time to comprehensively examine," prosecutors also noted they are not determining whether officers could have taken other actions the night of clark's death. they say the review is strictly limited to an analysis of the action the officers actually took... and whether the action is a crime prosecutable under law. stephon clark died in his grandmother's backyard after officers shot him multiple times... mistaking his cellphone for a gun. the death sparked several protests and
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shined a national spotlight on sacramento. the department has snce changed policies related to body camera use and foot chases.on facebook... clark's family released a statement saying the city needs to come together to put pressure on district attorney anne marie schubert to press full charges against the officers. the family said "we need to come together in solidarity in order to prevent this atrocity from happening ever again in our backyards." (vicki)(vicki) up next -- the fiancee of slain journalist jamal khashoggi is speaking out after her the journalist's controversial death. her demands for justice -- when we come back. (ken) plus -- three suspects and three crimes... when we come back we'll take a look at the week of hate and political and racial violence in america... (vicki) and next.. the tragic mass shooting in pennsylvania ... leading to intensified security at synagogues in the bay area.. as congregations weigh the
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delicate balance between safety and spirituality.. sfx: squeak sfx: stair creak sfx: clink sfx: deep breath sfx: grunt sfx: tinny headphone music
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sfx: feet shuffling sfx: slice sfx: gasp sfx: inhale. exhale. sfx: lights scraping on roof sfx: metallic scrape sfx: grunt covered california. it's more than just health care. it's life care. the deadliest attack against
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jews in u-s history-- robert bowers --- made his first federal court appearance in pennsylvania today. he arrived in a wheelchair due to injuries suffered during the attack. the 46-year-old is accused of gunning down 11- worshippers during shabbat services. u-s attorney general jeff sessions is considering the death penalty in the case.
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(vicki) as the nation mourns the death of those eleven people, here locally, congregations are re-examining their security measures. (ken) as kron four's terisa estacio reports, in the north bay, the tragic shooting is not only pushing one congregation to tighten its security, but also to come together... as a congregation member was related to one of the victims in pittsburgh. rabbi stephanie kramer, a women at a retreat was cousins with one of the victims. i sat down with rabbi kramer about the tragic events from over the weekend. rabbi. yes, we have increased security... it was awful, but i wasn't surprised. it is unfortunate what it going on. the rabbi says - over the years, and faced with threats at various synogogues... it has always been a high priority to conduct active shooter drills, as well as employ a wide variety of safety measures. rabbi. i would like to say i am suprised about all of this, but we always need to be on the ready. but while the congregation is constantly monitoring its safety needs, it is also embracing the spiritual concerns of those in the community. this thursday evening there will be a interfaith servoce with 8 different churches invited to participate. rabbi. we need to come together. in santa rosa, terisa estacio, kron four news.
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(ken) in a matter of days-- a series of traumatic events has shaken the nation-- acts of racism and hatred. (vicki) as cnn's jeff zeleny reports, not long after condemning the violence, president trump took to bashing the media. with pittsburgh poised to bury victims of the horrific hate- driven slaying at the tree of life synagogue, president trump opened his day not consoling mourners, but falsely blaming the 8:03 a.m. today, he tweeted: "there is great anger in our country caused in part by inaccurate, and even fraudulent, reporting of the news. the fake news media, the true enemy of the people, must stop the open & obvious hostility & report the news accurately & fairly. that will do much to put out the flame of anger and outrage."at a rare white house briefing today, press secretary sarah sanders denounced the mass shooting.sarah sanderswhite house press secretary"above all, it was an act of evil." but defended the president's words.sarah sanderswhite house press secretary"the very first thing that the president did was condemn the attacks both in pittsburgh and in the pipe bombs. the very first thing the media did was blame the president and make him responsible for these ridiculous acts."but attacking
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the media is how the president chose to use his bully pulpit today, not by calling out the anti-semetic views of the gunman, who police say shouted he "wanted all jews to die." but through deflection and a familiar tirade against the press.president trump (no font needed)"and i'd have a much different tone, frankly, if the press was even-handed, if the press was fair. i'd have a much different tone all the time. but i'm fighting the media."after 72 hours of unspeakable violence in america, two african americans slain outside a kentucky grocery store, a florida man charged with sending pipe bombs to trump critics and the synagogue massacre, the president initially denounced the hate crime at a weekend rally.president trump (no font needed)"the vial, hate-filled poison of anti-semitism must be condemned and confronted everywhere and anywhere it appears."but his mpassion and grief quickly evolved into an airing of his grievances. president trump (no font needed)"and if you don't mind, i'm going to tone it down just a little bit. is that ok? no? i had a -- you're from illinois. i had a feeling you might say that."the president is facing a mixed reaction as he and the first lady plan to visit pittsburgh on tuesday. jeffrey myers, the rabbi at the tree of life synagogue, said he welcomed the president. jeffrey myersrabbi, tree of life synagogue"the president of the united states is always welcome. i'm a citizen. he's my president. he is certainly welcome."but that view is hardly universal, with lynette lederman, a former president of the congregation, asking the president to stay away unless he firmly denounces hate speech.lynette lederman former president, tree of life synagogue"i do not welcome
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this president to my city. because he's the purveyor of hate speech. the hypocritical words that come from him tell me nothing." (vicki) that was jeff zeleny reporting. the synagogue shooting suspect
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faces 29 federal charges and prosecutors will seek the death penalty. (ken) the fiancee of slain journalist jamal khashoggi is demanding justice after the journalist's controversial death. khashoggi was last seen entering the saudi consulate in istanbul on october-second. his fiancee spoke at a memorial in london on monday. hatice cengiz, fiancee of jamal khashoggi: áspeaking in turkishátranslator for hatice cengiz, fiancee of jamal khashoggi: "i want the role of the political leadership in this brutal killing to be brought to light."hatice cengiz, fiancee of jamal khashoggi: áspeaking in turkishátranslator for hatice cengiz, fiancee of jamal khashoggi: "i want justice for jamal." she declined an invitation to the white house over the weekend saying that she will only go if the administration takes action on the case. (ken) apple is investigating allegations that one of its suppliers illegally used high school students to assemble its watches at a factory in china. a hong kong-based labor rights group said in a report last week that it found students being made to work on apple watch
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production lines at a plant run by quanta computer in the city of chongqing. the group alleges that students aged 16 to 19 were forced by their schools to work at the factory through compulsory internships, placed in jobs unrelated to their field of study, often made to work excessive overtime, and in some cases put on overnight shifts. all four of those practices violate chinese regulations and apple's own standards. apple responded to the report in a statement that reads in part -- "we have zero tolerance for failure to comply with our standards and we ensure swift action and appropriate remediation if we discover code violations." (ken) still ahead -- two sisters heartbroken after being approached by a woman who they say -- targeted them for the color of their skin... the story behind this viral video -- when we come back. (lawrence bay area weather)
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(sports tease) just ahead in sports, records all-around for the warriors tonight. see how the champs dropped nearly 100 points on the bulls in one half... and why steph curry's mark of 51- points is no longer the highest scoring game of the highest scoring game of the season. big corporations are making and just got a huge tax break. but the middle class is struggling. prop c is a common-sense plan. the top 1% of businesses pay their fair share to tackle homelessness for all of us. companies with revenue greater than $50 million pay, not small businesses or homeowners. the prop c plan is supported by the democratic party, teachers, and mental-health professionals. vote "yes" on c. big corporations pay for it, not you. this was an intriguing
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subplot developing in the warriors season. klay thompson...on a slump, making only 5-three pointers through 7 games. then, tonight, that all changed in a matter of minutes. --champs in the windy city. klay thompson...on another level. - hit 3 times from downtown in the opening three minutes. --finished with 10-in the first nba record and everyone was feeling it. champs nailed 17-3's in the first two quarters.. went into the break up 92-50, which is a franchise record. --out of the locker room, golden state up 42... klay still had more work to do... quick from downtown, gets somehow cut on the head, so he gets that taken care of. --comes back with the headband... bombs his 13th- triple...which ties steph curry's record. --then shortly after, one more time..for history.... 14-threes, which sets a new all-time mark., he would go on to finish with 27- minutes. --the team would set another record of 24-total threes. the starters didn't even play the 4th, and thompson reportedly received two stitches
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afterwards. he should be fine going forward. --149-124 your final.. warriors in a rout, let's hear from the sharpshooter. "its been frustrating but i always look at the bright side and we've been winning games and i've been shooting a great percentage other than from the 3 point line. so i knew it was going to fall eventually. i hit that 13th three and i was thinking in my mind, like man i'm one more away from the nba record, i knew it was doable. i just wanted it so badly at that point." finally, this week's nfl slate coming to an end with monday night football. tom brady, the pride of serra high and the pats in buffalo. you see him chatting with the hall of famer jim kelly. brady threw for more than 300-yards without a touchdown pass. --but that's okay, because the defense got him a score... late in the 4th, bills trying to make it a one-score game... devin mccourty jumps the route and takes derek anderson's pass 84-yards back the other way. pats win 25-6...and move to 5-and-2. coming up on kron4 sports at 10, the raiders and 49ers...both 1-win teams,
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but jon gruden tells us of a time where the stakes were much higher. we'll give you a look back at bay area football history. until then, more news after the break.
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(ken) a racist rant lands a north carolina woman in hot water. she was captured on camera harassing two women. (vicki) the women are taking legaaction and the suspect reportedly has been fired from her job. stephanie tinoco reports. mary garris/victim"we are so distraught. still very upset about what has taken place only because of the color of our skin."lisa marie garris are the two sisters behind the camera of this viral video.nat sound"because this is this is meyers park. this has got her...""girl, girl, girl, girl....""would you please leave us alone and go home."the sisters captured
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a woman they've never met or even seen harassing them in their own neighborhood last friday night.nat sound"do you live here?""why do we feel that we need to be here like hanging out."this woman asked them multiple times if they live here at camden view apartments and asks how much they pay rent.nat sound"let's call 911, i just want to make sure that there's going on here."the garris sisters told me they were waiting outside of their apartment for triple-a to jump their car.nat soundseveral minutes into the video you can hear one of the sisters talking to what appears to be a dispatcher.but she's interrupted multiple times.nat soundmary garris/victim"it is so upsetting to know that today we still have this overt racism that's going on in 2008."this video also captured the woman citing her salary but her now former employer told me in an e-mail.she has been terminated after this video surfaced.nat sound"i make 125,000 a year and i want to make sure you're all up in here."
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(vicki) that was stephanie tinoco reporting. the garris sisters say they are pursuing legal action for the threats that were made. (vicki) another alleged white supremacist surrendered to the f-b-i. three other men were taken into custody last week. 38-year-old aaron eason is an alleged member of the so-called 'rise above movement.' eason was
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arrested and charged in los angeles in connection to assaults at political rallies across california. he had his initial appearance in court today. the other men, also members of 'ram', were taken into custody last week. they are charged on allegations of organizing or participating in riots. it was a gorgeous day around the bay area as high pressure gets ready build in. highs today were in the 70s and 80s inland with 60s and sunshine at the coast too. red flag warnings are going up for bay area mountains above 1,000 feet and will contiue until wednesday. winds will gust as high as 50 mph over the highest peaks. high pressure will continue to build over the next few days bringing sunshine and breezy conditions at times for the rest of the bay area, highs tomorrow will be in the 70s and 80s inland with 60s at the coast. it will be nice on halloween. cooler weather is expected next weekend.
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(ken) for your health
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tonight... the world health organization says more than 90-percent of the world's children breathe toxic air. (vicki) the report was published ahead of their first global conference on air pollution and health. it reveals children breathe air so polluted it puts their health and development at serious risk. and in children under five, air pollution is linked to one in ten deaths. according to the report -- children are more susceptible to pollution because they breathe more often, taking in more pollutants, and are closer to the ground -- which is where some pollutants have higher concentrations. (ken) the centers for disease control and prevention confirms ten more cases of a polio-like illness. according to the health agency-- 72-cases of the disease have been confirmed in 24 states this year. and as of friday, 26 more patients are being tested... that increases the number of cases being investigated to 119. the c-d-c has not identified the 24 states with confirmed illnesses. the condition condition affects an area of the spinal cord and can cause
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paralysis. almost all cases occur in children under 18-years old. (vicki) there's a classroom in a kansas high school with a high-tech visitor. sophomore ari burris has missed a lot of school while having treatment for ovarian cancer... and she can't risk getting sick when her immunity levels are low because that could result in missing chemotherapy. so.. every morning, ari's twin sister, belle, brings ari-bot to life... ari-bot is a beam robot typically used in the corporate world. a robot like the one ari is using costs more than 2 thousand dollars--but beam robotics is letting ari's family use it for free. (ken) a woman's halloween fun turned into a nightmare when she couldn't get part of her costume off. the woman had transformed into a zombie... but at the end of the day, she is the one who got quite the scare. this
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ghoulish bridge was glued directly to her teeth. however, the adhesive wasn't temporary. a doctor was able to help her at his office. the medical stuck."> the medical bills added up to more than the three dollars for the teeth. she is looking into legal options. (vicki) up next -- kanye west released a new clothing line. how it's aimed at urging black voters to leave the democratic party.
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(ken) kanye west's new line of clothing is aimed at urging black voters to leave the democratic party.(vicki) the controversial rapper designed the new line for the "blexit" campaign. blexit is short for "black exit." it mimics "brexit"-- the slogan used for britain's departure from the european union. the line of shirts and hats features two different slogan-- "blexit" or "we free." the apparel is not free. the hats are 25-dollars. the shirts cost between 25 and 28 dollars. (ken) it looks like twitter doesn't like the like button. the social network may get rid of the heart-shaped button. c-e-o and co-founder jack dorsey says the small redesign would be a way to improve debate on the platform. twitter posted monday morning about
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the possible change. but clarified nothing is finalized since the redesign is in its early stages. the heart- shaped button has only been around for a few years. it replaced the star-shaped "favorite" button three years ago. (vicki) meet the proud new papas of sydney's aquarium-- same-sex penguin couple -- sphen and magic. they were given a foster egg to incubate and raise-- after showing excellent parenting skills with a dummy egg. well, their egg hatched on october 19th! this little penguin weighs less than a quarter of a pound but the aquarium's staff says sphen and magic are doing a great job looking after their tiny chick. the couple's foster egg came from another penguin at the aquarium which laid two eggs. (ken) that wraps up kron 4 news at nine...(vicki) but our primetime coverage continues at the top of the hour. pam moore is here with kron 4 news at ten....pam? (pam) thank you ken and vicki.... next at ten... how a decaying
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human skull could be connected to a headless torso ... they were found just a block away from one another in the east bay. also .. the golden state warriors are on the hook for oracle arena renovations... how much the team was ordered to pay to the city of oakland... even after they leave for san francisco. (pam) plus, breaking news out of the east bay... police say, a 3-year-old boy has been shot. the latest on the investigation .. and all the days news.. coming up next at ten.. don't go away...hour three of kron 4 news in primetime starts right after the break.
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(pam) breaking news right now at ten: police in the east bay are investigating
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a shooting ... and the victim is a 3-year-old child. good evening im pam moore. (ken)and im ken wayne. police tell kron 4 they believe the boy was shot in east oakland near san leandro... on robledo drive. this picture tweeted by the oakland police of the scene. they say the shooting happened just two hours ago... at 8 o'clock. right now - officers say they are not sure if the shooting happened inside a residents or out on the street.robledo drive remains closed at this hour and police are asking anyone with information to come forward. (pam)we first told you about this we first told (pam)we first told you about this shooting investigation with a breaking news push alert. for the latest information on this story .... and to get all our breaking news -- you can download the app for free right now. (pam) now at ten: a community and a nation shaken. the man accused of killing 11 people in a pittsburgh synagogue could be facing the death penalty.(ken) tonight: investigators say past behavior is starting
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reveal robert bowers expressed a hatred of jewish people-- long before he ever walked into the 'tree of life' synagogue.miguel marquez reports. robert bowers in court, cuffed and in a wheelchair, officially charged.29 counts in all, from murder to obstructing the free exercise of religious beliefs, a hate crime.the government may seek the death penalty.jeff sessions/ attorney general:"it was attack on all people of faith. it cannot-it will not-be tolerated. he'll be subjected to the death penalty, perhaps." investigators now digging deeply, searching bowers' home, sending a bomb robot in first to ensure there were no explosive traps.they've also searched his vehicle, and are looking for closed circuit video that might have captured bowers prior to the massacre and doing a painstaking investigation of the crime scene itself.robert jones/ fbi special agent in charge:"this was a large, complex crime scene. much work remains to be done."bowers had 21 guns registered to him, he took 4 into the synagogue: 3 glock handguns and an ar-15 assault style semi-automatic rifle.the glocks he purchased is not clear how he obtained the ar-15.investigators also recovered a shotgun from


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