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(pam) coming up at 6-15 ... we hear from loved ones ... who knew tyrone williams. they tell us they are devastated over his death. (pam) scary moments in vallejo this afternoon ...when a car drove through the front door of a dollar tree.this happened in the vallejo plaza on sonoma aboulevard.(ken) that's where we find kron4's michelle kingston who just spoke to some of the people
ago --- the utility gave an update... saying power is back for all affected. around 50 thousand customers were impacted by the shutoff. (ken) some businesses were also closed today because of the outages. colleen falconer's coffee shop off mountain hawk drive had the power turned back on around 11- this morning. after loosing a lot of food and supplies during previous power outages in october, the shop bought a generator to get through this latest power loss. falconer says that if these power outages become a regular problem, it could mean the end of her business.(ken) again -- all power is now restored to those affected in this power shutoff (pam) a new survey is
shedding light on the economic costs associated with the public safety power shutoffs. (ken) the sonoma county economic development board asked people to weigh in on how their business was affected. grant lodes is here with the results... grant? (grant) yeah ken --- pam... the data -- comes from a county-wide survey..conducted about the october 9-th power shutoff. more than 550 businesses responded. the preliminary estimate of economic loss --- 50 to 70 million dollars. the majority of respondents were in santa rosa and sonoma. and nearly two thirds of them say they lost power for more than 48 hours. the industries hit hardest include finance and professional services...followed by retail...and food services. businesses say they
saw a variety of impacts. some experienced extensive loss from being closed for two days. others saw an uptick in business on an otherwise slow day.(grant) respondents also weighed in on what said they thought would help when there's a shutoff. among the responses -- clearer maps...more communication..and even affordable generators. the county partnered with moody analytics to develop the survey. ken --pam back to you. (pam) another big day on capitol hill ... two new witnesses answer questions from the house intelligence committee ... in the
(ken) coming up... city leaders in fresno are reaching out to help to those who were injured in a mass shooting. what they're doing... and how you can get involved. (pam) plus... navigation centers for the homeless have faced community pushback because of peoples fears about crime. tonight -- we go in-depth...
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(pam) hundreds of protestors were out in full force on the campus of u-c berkely last night. they were there protesting a visit by conservative commentator- ann coulter. video shows u-c berkeley police officers in riot gear... as they made sure coulter and her supporters were safe when she spoke to the crowd. protestors were shouting, and some even jumped
(ken) city leaders in fresno are taking steps to make sure those affected by last sundays mass shooting are cared for.(pam) four people were killed and six more injured. one of the fatalities was 23-year-old xy (prono: zye) lee -- a popular musician with fans all over the world. dennis valera talked with his family ... and has the latest.
(ken) coming up tonight at 6:45... south bay police are still trying to figure out... what happened to a utah business executive. the lastest on the mysterious death. (pam) up next ... it was a close call for government employees and people who need government services... but president trump did sign a new spending bill.. to keep
(ken)government funding was set to expire at midnight... but now a new spending bill signed by president trump... will give congress until december 20th to reach the next deal. president trump signed the short-term spending bill today to keep the government from shutting down. the bill extends government funding through next month... setting up a fight over money for trump's border wall.
border wall.... racist wall with mexico>(ken)(ken) this is the second spending bill congress has been forced to pass... to keep the lights on in government for the 20-20 budget year that began... last month. still ahead.. big changes could be on the way .... for how you use your clipper card. when you could start paying for bart ... right from your phone. loved ones of a utah c-e-o... are still wondering what happened after she was found dead in a south bay neighborhood. we have the lastest details on the death of erin valenti. next at 6:30... navigation centers for
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