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>> now at bay area. political leaders being honored and remembered tonight after a morning walk ends with her tragic death. this as kron 4 news at 9. welcome in everybody. thenk you for being with us tonight. i'm grant lotus and i'm catherine heenan in for vicki. she has the night off. >> alameda county district 3 supervisor wilma chan died after being hit by a car alameda police say that she'd been walking her dog at the intersection of shoreline drive and graham street when it happened. kron four's jonathan mccall is live. he's in the newsroom and has a more on the tributes jonathan that are just pouring in for this woman. yes, so many folks reaching offering their condolences grant and katharine trailblazer fearless. >> and powerful just some of the adjectives being described to use to describe supervisor. wilma chan for 30 years. she used her voice to champion a number of social issues including access to health care and a justice reform tonight. many say her death
serves as yet another reminder of the dangers that pedestrians face bay area streets. >> tributes and condolences are pouring in from across california. for alameda county district 3 supervisor wilma chan nikki fortunato basse, president of the oakland city council called her loss devastating california governor gavin newsome said her decades of service touch the lives of many district. 18 assemblywoman mia bonta said that her values and strength our model for us all. i'm really >> was a huge inspiration to me. former california state jim bell says that alameda county and much of california. >> such an a debt of gratitude for pushing for reforms on mental health homelessness in justice reform. well, she was fundamentally over incarceration of individuals >> basic health problems. people that have behavioral health problems why
incarcerate these people for 30 years. she broke barriers in california politics becoming the first asian american elected to the oakland school board. >> then the first asian american woman serving as majority leader of the california assembly. she also served 2 stints on the alameda county board of supervisors johnny run credits chan for sparking her own political ambitions. >> we have 0 ap i in in our state legislature with lee and 6 in the course of california's history. but she didn't just talk about it. she got things you just introduced bills. she got them past. >> alameda police each and was walking her dog wednesday morning when a driver hit, her causing her to suffer a severe head injury. paramedics took her to highland hospital where she later died. we have to design our system. >> for people not cars bell hopes that chance death can once again sparked change for another problem in california. the safety of roads in the
golden state. >> is a major health public health problem that should be looked at like doubt. we should do everything can to. we do crashes. >> jan is survived by 2 children and grandchildren. so far no charges have been filed in the case. alameda police say the driver at the center of the investigation is cooperating with them. so far services are pending. we'll let you know. one final arrangements are made live tonight in the newsroom. jonathan mccall kron 4 news, thank you, jonathan. >> happening tomorrow the suspect charged for assaulting oakland's chinatown chamber of commerce president. we'll go to court for sentencing. in addition to assault. he was previously charged with a hate crime but those charges were since dropped karl chan. he saw him there sis. we'll be there to provide a victim's impact statement. however, groups like the anti police terror project plan to show up its support of dropping charges altogether citing mental illness can force taylor the second reports.
>> the demand for action plan at the alameda county courthouse on thursday, anti-police terror project and its allies are asking that all charges be dropped against 25 year-old james lee ramzy ramzy was charged in may with assault and a hate crime following the attack on oakland chinatown chamber of commerce president karl chan. however, the hate crime charges were later dropped several months later, chan says he was walking near chinatown running errands when ramsey suddenly came from behind him and hit him in the head of back in april on thursday. the district attorney's office has the option to ask the judge to sentence ramsey to serve his time in a secure, mental health facility or face up to 4 years in state prison. something kept brooks with the anti terror police project considers unethical. james ramsey. >> had not been on his medication for a month at the time of the assault he was in extreme psychiatric. 2 arrests. did not harm mister
chan because mister it is an asian rate. he engaged in in a violent act at the place of said where mental distress setting ramsey's history of mental illness. >> folks. argues prison is not the answer. she believes all charges should be dropped and ramsey should instead be placed in a treatment center. he needs help. >> rain. he needs support. he needs wrap around services. he needs a facility that is not mired in violence peanut candidate behavior modification that i guess is what you would call it. and he needs to be put somewhere where you can think he can figure out they can figure out how to stabilize him, but living his life behind the cage and and his only crying being severe mental illness. we all should find that morally reprehensible to chan was unavailable for an interview on wednesday but will voice any of his concerns in the courtroom on thursday.
>> he says there he will provide a victim impact statement and ramsey sentencing hearing in oakland taylor kron 4 news. >> never seen a in my 41 years here in las vegas, a of a person was charged with the crime driving in excess of a 150 miles an hour. >> we are learning new details about a crash involving former las vegas writer henry ruggs who made his first appearance in court today. the assistant da is revealing the drugs had been says that 156 miles an hour. just seconds before crashing into the back of a toyota rav 4. that car was being driven by 23 year-old tina temperature who was killed. police say they also found a loaded gun in drugs car and they say his blood alcohol level was still twice the legal limit 2 hours after the crash. the district attorney's office is awaiting now to see if evidence will
allow for the filing of another gun related charge. ruggs girlfriend also suffered injuries in the crash, meaning. >> he could be facing another dui charge sperry a criminal defense attorney paula canny says this is not a cut and dry criminal case. >> really d-ny cases. we're super complicated blood analysis is complicated. you know, breath analysis to determine blood alcohol content is complicated. i you know, i don't know what's going to happen because i don't know. i mean, if you're going to it may be if they're going to advance a defense that the reason the car was traveling. so fast is because there was a mechanical problem with the gas pedal. >> kenny says with the current charges, rugs is facing 2 to 20 years in prison. it could go up if more fences are added. ruggs is no longer listed on the clark county detention centers online
detention records. earlier in the day, court records showed ruggs posted his bail, which was listed at $150,000. other news now it is a much different giants. fans preparing to say thank you and goodbye. and oh, what a run. this is one of the bay ar a's most beloved athletes longtime catcher fan, favorite buster posey will announce his retirement tomorrow. that's according to the athletics andrew bag early. has been a local hero, of course, on and off the dime in for more than a decade leading the team to 3 world series titles. well, also helping the community in various ways of today's news for a lot of fans came as quite a shock a lot of them didn't see it coming across for sports reporter kylen mills was at oracle park. she's been talking to fans. >> and joins us live. highland. >> good evening, catherine. grant giants catcher, buster
posey said incredible 12 year run here at oracle park is a 3 time world series champion and seven-time all-star posey set out the 2020 season due to covid. but in 2021 who's playing some of the best baseball of his career. he batted 3 o 4 hit 18 home runs posey is charlie going out on top fans tell me it's hard to put into words what buster posey means to people here in san francisco. they tell me he is an icon in bay area sports and he will be greatly missed. i also talked with retired longtime mlb dot com giants reporter chris taft about what posey mean to this franchise passes posey's leadership and professionalism make him extremely special. >> i think you can think of the giants without thing at buster. posey's definitely left his mark. the giants history mlb history. of the best catchers that we've had like ever that i've known about the giants lead to pitching staff will better just been the catcher in baseball. >> his intangibles degrees thing. he put up to this put
some numbers. >> click numbers, particularly in 2012 when he won the batting championship and the mvp award. but you know, being able to. to get along with such deal disparate people on the madison, bumgarner and 2, 1, know these guys are as good as look at this because they were poster behind the plate, leading them. >> when asked after the giants final postseason game post. she wasn't confident about whether he would return next season. he said he want to spend time with his family and then reassess his future. posey is always been very proud of being a father. it's something that's very important to him and family. shirley was a big factor in this decision. we're live oracle park kylen mills, kron 4 sports. >> thank you. now to our coronavirus coverage and children ages 5 to 11. they are already been some cases getting their covid vaccines in the bay area. kron four's ken wayne is live in the
newsroom with details on which counties are offering shots and how parents can sign their children up. can. >> well, catherine, the santa clara county was the first to administer pfizer shots to the 5 to 11 age group. other counties will start rolling out vaccines later this week. contra costa county health officials say they've received about 20,000 doses. parents can get their kids vaccinated at health clinics in antioch concord and richmond starting on friday san francisco will start vaccinating children on saturday. the vaccines will be available at a 100 different sites set includes doctors offices pharmacies, community health clinics as well as neighborhood and school vaccine clinics. the san francisco unified school district will host 4 clinics of their own. the dates and times and locations are there on your screen. also this weekend cvs and walgreens pharmacies will start giving out the shots all over the bay area. we have a list of all the counties offering vaccines. it's posted on our
website. kron 4 dot com there you can find the links to sign up for an appointment in your neighborhood. live in the newsroom. ken wayne kron. 4 news. >> thank you. meanwhile, parents in santa clara county breathe a huge sigh of relief after getting their kids vaccinated today and kron four's rob fladebof witness some of those first shots. he brings us the story. >> a day after the covid-19 vaccine was officially approved for kids ages 5 to 11 many wasted no time getting vaccinated against covid-19. among the first to get the shot was 11 year-old. evan weinswig of menlo park. >> i was just completely excited. i just wanted it to happen right then and there and it was it. it was incredible. santa clara county is among the first in the region to offer the vaccinations at county run sites like the fairgrounds by day's end. the county expected to have vaccinated more than 2000 of the newly eligible kids will be no. this age
group is certainly had we don't yet know that much about the long-term effects of covid in this age group. >> so i am happy to see that they'll have an added layer of protection. >> the fairgrounds, another county run sites are by appointment only so far mobile clinics will offer doses near schools beginning thursday. a little dose vaccine for kids requires 2 shots, 3 weeks apart. we anticipate that we'll have enough vaccine enough capacity among the different vaccine providers in our county to be able to accomplish vaccination of this group within the next several weeks. >> some of the kids needed a little coaxing to sit still for the shot. >> but there were coloring books play areas consider its staff to make the experience less scary. but for the most part, the rule of was a smooth one with both children and their parents eager to get the shot as a step toward getting back to normal we've definitely talked a lot about it you know, his older brother was already vaccinated to felt really left out. he really was looking forward to the day that they would approve this
and then we can go get it. yes, really been frustrating for me. and i just want to go back to normal. and this is the best way to do >> he >> and san francisco children 5 and older. they might soon have to show proof of vaccination that indoor settings, places like restaurants are warriors games. kron, four's gayle ong is live in the city and has details on that scale. >> catherine city health officials are talking about having the same mandates for adults in the city right now for children. but right now the focus is getting that younger crowd vaccinated. >> people have asked me which is what about the local san francisco health orders that require vaccination to go into a restaurant or warriors game when it back, when to apply to children 5 to 11. we definitely want to wait and make sure that children have an opportunity to get vaccinated. >> so that will happen no
sooner than about 8 weeks after the vaccine is available to kids at a virtual town hall tuesday. san francisco health officer doctor susan philip addressing the future of children and vaccine mandates in the city. so there will be a limited time in which there will not be those requirements are planned, but that at some point 5 to 11 year-olds will also have to show proof of vaccination to access some of those same setting. i think we this special time. >> it's it's snow dc jose gent and his family are visiting san francisco from argentina where they follow a similar vaccine mandate in argentina. you have to prove that you'll receive your vaccine. >> due to vote for the time into the theater to put on my will also carry much, his 12 year-old daughter received her covid vaccine last month. >> we'll get a think it is important. children should receive the covid shot. he is more concerned about a vaccine mandate at schools. then
public settings is to be placed i want our to get many, many hours. in a statement, the san francisco department of public health says, quote, we will reexamine the city's vaccination and masking requirements and the health officer orders once children under 12 have had adequate time to become vaccinated as with children 12 to 17 who may not have personal identification. we will follow the same approach with the younger kids such that they would not be penalized for not having an id. >> in the meantime, governor gavin newsome will be requiring students k through 12 grades to be fully vaccinated in phase is for in-person learning, but that will likely happen once the fda iisues full authorization for children live in san francisco. gayle ong kron 4 news. >> thank you, gayle. in light of the pfizer vaccine approval for kids. anti vaccine. demonstrators showed up to san jose city hall today. members
of 2 groups, bay area freedom alliance and children's health defense took part in the protests. some of them said they believe vaccines do more harm than good. but all of them do not want the government enforcing vaccine mandates on their children and stay with kron 4 for the latest details on the covid vaccine for those kids. you can scan the qr code here to be directed to our web page. it is focused on coronavirus stories. lots including a developing story on a nasal covid vaccine as well as international travel rules that have changed its all on kron 4 dot com. following a two-year hiatus. san francisco's union square is as you can see, getting back into the holiday spirit. the popular ice skating rink reopened today with a big celebration didn't kron four's. dan thorn. he's live at union square. joining us with more dan on how this. >> a lovely spot is kind of coming back to life.
>> yeah. catherine grant, the ice skating rink is a huge step forward for union square, which has been struggling throughout the covid-19. pandemic. but that's the only that's not the only thing that visitors will be able to find here. you'll be able to enjoy the holiday lights displays. the christmas trees. when you're out holiday shopping and some of the people we talked with today telling us this is the cheer and the joy that the city really needs. skaters gliding across the ice in union square. it's a sight that's been missing since the holiday season of 2019. the return of the ice rink is much welcomed news that's going to come out and finally have a good time and kind of enjoy the holidays a little last. >> last year. i didn't get to see my family at all. you to stay home and a head christmas through facetime holiday cheer is beginning to fill the city's high-end shopping district let reads filling store front windows letting people know gift giving is right around the corner. it's great i feel
>> you know, holiday and then my son is the ice skating with that kids after school program. i feel good to be here. >> union square has seen some store fronts close up over the last 20 months, the pandemic putting a squeeze on businesses. some of them experienced skyrocketing shoplifting like this organized snatching grabbed in june where several people stole a number of luxury handbags union square hotels also saw a significant drop in guests. the prices for rooms nearly cut in half. but with the reopening of the ice skating rink and the flurry of offense to follow. visitors are getting the feeling things are improving and it's just what the city needs. glad to see everyone everybody keeps >> with the life and being with the people, friends and family that you love. >> well, the ice skating rink here in union square will be open throughout the holidays closing most nights at 11 o'clock, 19 bucks gets you on the ice and also some skates.
and for another $5. you can have a locker where you could put your personal items while you're out having a good time reporting live in san francisco. dan thorn kron 4 news. >> thank you, dan. beautiful night to get out there and test those skates. these cars. obviously heading to san francisco. the bay bridge toll plaza right here. beautiful day in the bay. but things are changing. there are there are always changing these days. the kron first meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez son going to take a wild guess. we are. >> waiting for more rain. yeah. and that's the great news. in fact, that storm door going to remain open all weekend long and even through the middle of this upcoming week with a possible atmosphere river influence arriving tuesday, even lasting through wednesday. so let's track it all hour by hour with tonight's storm. first radar for very dry. but you could see some light scattered showers just out in the pacific northwest starting to inch closer towards ukiah and then eventually making its way into santa rosa's doorstep.
but this is going to be a weak storm that we are tracking this evening with the atmosphere river set to get some influence from some possible hawaiian moisture and also typhoon moisture imbedded within that storm. now it looks like the timing of the 3rd stronger storm could be as early as tuesday morning. but first let's take a look at tonight's wet weather because we are going to see right around midnight light to moderate downpours. for those of you in santa rosa. that storm is going to make its track from the northwest to the southeast by 2 o'clock for your thursday morning. that's when we're going to notice light scattered showers throughout most of the san francisco peninsula and even throughout the east bay and then it's going to ship by 3, 4 o'clock in the morning into the east bay and then eventually making its way into the south bay before it eventually exit by midmorning on thursday and then drier and clear conditions by thursday afternoon. so most of us expecting about a quarter of an inch of rain or less santa
rosa, you could easily see upwards of a 3rd of an inch of wet weather. but the northwest portion of the north bay. about half an inch of rain or less. and then by saturday, we are tracking some more scattered showers first in the north bay and then arriving for the rest of the bay area saturday afternoon and evening about a 10th of an inch of rain or less with this storm sunday increase in cloud cover with the approaching storm continuing through monday and then here's a look at our atmosphere influence tuesday morning. arriving along the coast really peaking by tuesday afternoon until it eventually starts to become scattered and then make its way out of the bay area by wednesday. but from now. until then, enjoy that increase in cloud cover and also tracking some mild temperatures tonight. widespread 50's and 60's turning into mid to upper 50's tonight. but then temperatures tomorrow, 48 degrees cooler with nevado the warmest city in the low 70's. but just barely and then we
are going to see the below average temperatures all week long. and don't forget, we gain an hour of sleep this light saving time. and so, you know, messes with me. i don't know that one hour makes a huge difference right. well, they say it doesn't. and apparently it's true. you wouldn't seem like it's true, but it is i don't like that the sun is going to set after 5. well, do we there is on y have the all take that the latter one. thanks, thanks. >> oh, my gosh. it's a bear. and by the time. >> that gotten to my brain. i was being torn apart in the dark. >> craziest story. you will see tonight a retired doctor from the bay area who is battling stage 4 cancer finds herself in a pitch black battle with a big nasty fair. why she says the pair went into her home. arrested but not charged for we're learning about the fatal shooting on halloween at the home of a
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the busiest time of year. this is when they say the demand for meals just skyrockets. but as kron four's phillipe reports a local food bank is expecting the need will only grow in coming months. >> work never stops at the alameda county community food, bank thanksgiving is around the corner christmas and other major holidays not far behind. and there is no time to waste for volunteers and staff. >> food insecure families are relying thankfully right now. we are meeting to demand by the end of the year. food bank spokesperson michael offense says the nonprofit organization will have distributed for 48 million meals. a major jump from the 28 million meals that average per year prior to the pandemic part of the pandemic. and with that one in county, residents was experiencing some level under. >> as we sit here today with unemployment rate still what it was before the pandemic. we estimate at least one in county. residents is still in need of some fest says the
food bank has managed through a volunteer shortage. all while expanding operations throughout the county to accommodate community need. >> but he says heading into the holidays they need more help for putting out 70% more food now than we were before the pandemic. that's also something we're keen for its well, so. >> part of the and consular got a quarter million per month. another well over a million dollars for months, whether it's time or money donate if you can. >> should all run >> next. a representation matters and oakland once more young adults who are black to become leaders in classrooms. the money offered with this new program and an affordable housing component could also be part of the deal. also, people who live in one of san francisco's posh neighborhoods there. scare. bottom line sick of the property crime. how much they're now paying a guide. try to help keep the crooks away and what is being done in tahoe to try to catch
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reports. >> i'm lucky. i'm really, really lucky. >> for rose fun. hoffman kersey is talking about how just before sunrise on ack saturday morning. well, she's seen bears in a north tahoe neighborhood before and even snapped these photos. this is the first time she's founded there inside her cabin rifling through her freezer. >> it happened so fast. so fast. very little. it's oh, my gosh. it's a bear. and by the time that gotten to my brain. i was being torn apart in the dark. >> eventually the bear went downstairs and out the door. but the damage had been done and hoffman christie's body was covered in blood and bruises and puncture wounds. >> i have a little angel i don't know why i survived. >> state wildlife officials collected forensic evidence from the bite wounds in hopes of getting a dna profile of the bear. they also set up a
trap near the victim's home. if we can get that. they're in the trap. >> we will do the dna work and try to compare the dna profile from any bear that strapped. and if it is the same bear that has been implicated i attacking this woman will be euthanized if it's not the same area will be released, but hoffman kersey is suffering from stage 4 cancer. >> and had been at the cabin following around of chemotherapy. they deserve to live them. >> the wilderness and were in their wilderness. but. it's like good people and bad people. they're good bears and bad bears. this was a bad there. this is a bear who smelled from the streets and upstairs. little bag of all the condos. >> but hoffman curzie says she does have plans to return to that tahoe home, but not until that there is captured. in orinda dan kerman kron 4 news. >> arrested but not charged. there are new details on the fatal shooting at a halloween party in gilroy. the santa clara county da's office has
declined to file charges against the suspect. the shooting happened at the home of goers, city council member rebecca, our degrees that was on saturday. the house on las animas avenue. one teenager was killed. 3 other teens were injured. police arrested 19 year-old benjamin calderon over the weekend. he is the second cousin to the council member, the da's office is asking anybody with information to contact police. >> a chef food sometimes feeds the homeless in the east bay says his food truck was stolen. it. he believes this theft was targeted chef. a little guy says it was still around 07:00am monday from in front of his apartment on newton avenue and oakland's lake merritt district. guys. neighbors called him while he was out grocery shopping and told him. 2 guys were checking out his gear. >> hey, i see someone by a trailer if in a loaded onto the truck. looks like you. but i'm not sure, you know, is
that you and i think that right away. no, that's not me. >> by the time he returned his trailer full of valuable kicking cooking supplies. they're all gone. chef guy says he used stimulus money during the pandemic to buy the trailer. so he would have a chance to earn a living while indoor dining was shut down. he has worked in several renowned bay area restaurants. >> a growing number of private citizens and san francisco's marina district are hiring a private police officer because of concerns about crime kron four's. maureen kelly talked with some of the neighborhood residents and also to the man hired to protect them. >> concerns over smash car windows reports of home burglaries and robberies in the marina district has brought a private cop who patrols this area. a lot more clients of since the pandemic from last >> i've gotten a lot more calls, a lot more e-mails and
increased clients people in the basically scared about what's going on. they see no radio reports. what's on social media and they don't feel safe in their neighborhoods. that's patrol special police officer alan byard. >> his job entails driving sometimes walking around the marina parts of cow hollow and pacific heights usually 7 nights a week from 08:00pm to 05:00am unlike private security patrol special police officers have been part of the city's charter since the 1850's. they wear similar uniforms to sfpd and are authorizedhto make arrests fired says he's added 50 to 60 more private clients since the pandemic bringing the total number of citizens who each pay him 65 bucks a month to keep an eye out for suspicious activity up to roughly a 165 people. former fbi agent now private investigator rick smith has been a client for about 6 years. have to do it. you have to do in san
francisco right now. the district attorney. >> is unable or unwilling to prosecute almost anyone. so we felt we had to do something for ourselves a spokesperson for the da's office says property crimes like car break-ins happened fast making it hard for the police to catch those who commit them. >> says their office has a filing rate comparable if not higher and previous administrations and neighboring counties. maureen kelly kron 4 news. the oakland unified school district is calling on young adults to come. teach in that city. the district received $120,000 grant to help with the effort. >> the money will fund a residency program, too recruit and mentor black educators for oakland schools, math, science and special education teachers will receive a $15,000 stipend to earn a credential well student teaching in an expert mentor teachers classroom. there is also an affordable housing opportunity for
oakland teacher residents. >> still ahead, a story of heroism in the midst of tragedy. how a zipline employed died while saving somebody else's life. >> and keeping an eye on that increase in cloud cover in the east bay over birthday with this storm arriving tonight. details ahead on your full sierra forecast after the break. >> and in sports, the warriors hosting. >> not elmo ball mellow. a right to 7 lamela. the mellow, but honestly, this is really about baby glove number. gary payton. there's clegg's place plays going to be back says you should see the list some of his jumpers. jason dumas says here. what's up? jordan sports is next.
>> and now kron 4 sports. >> the dubs back in action for the first time since saturday mellow ball and the hornets in town also kelly oubre and you know who else was in town. tim hardaway. warriors legend ringing the bell to get things started. he got the festivities going and then gary payton, the second kept them going. look at that dunk over former warrior kelly a rude. welcome back for kelly's death like play. can't believe it. played just tweeted, i can watch gary pay into seconds. played defense all day. they love him. jordan poole, have a
great year. he had 22 in the 1st half 3rd quarter. miles bridges. he hits the 3. and guess what. that does, though, they going to 21 to 3 run. here is more jordan poole. oh, i'm sorry. oh yeah. they call that a goal can he had 31. now as the step show. he started off slowly but he woke up in the 2nd half. he gets hot. very its a 3. then another warriors go up. 13. the hardin get to within 7. but that was kerry again from beyond the arc tie game. we're just going to grow to the next story because nowhere to be found. but they're very payne junior. he's doing really well and the hornets, they lose one 14 to 92 all right. it appears to be an end to an era outside of steph curry buster posey is
the biggest sports figure in the city bar. none and today he plans and today we found out that he plans to retire from the game and the resume it speaks for itself. 3 time world series champ and mvp award. 7 all-star selections. >> gold glove and for silver sluggers. what a run he's had. i'm sure there will be a more formal announcement coming up soon in we know the giants are going to celebrate him as such. all right. the forty-niners, they were at work prepping for the cardinals this sunday at levi's jimmy garoppolo and company. we're happy to see a familiar face during the team's walk through all pro tight end. george kittle. he was back after a three-game absence. he's expected to play in the game this week which brings smiles to jimmy garoppolo's face. >> i mean, just having him out there for ohe walk just a little bit ago. you could feel
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attraction on the ohio indian reservation and really heroic of him. witnesses say the zip line employee fell more than 70 feet after he was. >> pulled off the platform. well, trying to help secure a ride or just a horrible accident. it sounds like reporter chip yost says the county. ow from san diego -- >> cell phone video shot by a witness shows the tragic moments before a man fell from a zip line on the la jolla indian reservation in palma valley on saturday. a family member identified the man as 34 year-old joaquin romero and told fox 5 he died from his injuries monday morning sharp memorial. the family member says rivera worked at the la jolla zip line. a popular attraction on the reservation. one of the 3 zip lines is seen in this video from a fox 5 story in 2018, the courses range from 300 to 2700 feet in length at speeds up to 55 miles per hour. according to the witness who shot this cell phone video romero was helping a woman get hooked on the
platform when she started sliding out on the line. he couldn't stop or and grabbed onto her harness and they both went out about a 100 feet above the ground. the victim's family says as rim era was hanging on because of the way he feared the woman could fall and then made a heroic decision to let go. we've frozen the video just before he fell fire crews arrived and performed a rope rescue romero and he was then flown to the hospital the tribe released a statement which reads in part, we pride ourselves on having a safe working environment and a safe and enjoyable experience for our customers. given the circumstances of the accident the tribe is conducting an in-depth and comprehensive investigation in coordination and cooperation with federal and state authorities. >> that was chip yost reporting for us tonight. there are new allegations this evening that that fatal shooting on a movie set in new mexico may have been sabotage attorneys for the woman who worked as the film's armorer
hanna. good terrorists. read say her equipment might have been tampered with their suggesting that. >> somebody placed live ammunition into a box of dummy rounds being used. they say that they were not put their bike. a terrace read actor alec baldwin fired the gun that killed the film's cinematographer and injured. the director joe souza, both baldwin and terrorists raid have been cooperating with the investigation. the jury at kyle rittenhouse's murder trial over shootings on the streets of kenosha, wisconsin. >> watch. one of the central pieces of video evidence today. the footage shows a man chasing rittenhouse and throwing a plastic bag at him just before the man was gunned down. prosecutors also played many other videos that captured scenes of protesters in rittenhouse on the streets before the shootings. a witness who testified today said he followed rittenhouse after noticing him earlier that evening. >> just kind of a young to
it's close on a new smoking cigarettes and stuff. >> rittenhouse shot 3 people, killing 2 of them during the august 2020 protests over the police shooting of jacob blake. he faces life in prison if he is convicted. >> new jersey democratic governor phil murphy will serve another 4 years in office. this was a tight race, but it will spare democrats the loss of a second gubernatorial seat following yesterday's a republican victory in virginia murphy is now the state's first democratic governor together. second straight term in 44 years. >> my weather time now is we take a peek outside a live shot above san francisco and you see the bay there. the east bay hills. just a dramatic aerial shot and a beautiful evening. that is and it's a beautiful shot breeze has been tracking more rainy weather. and what does it look like tonight yeah. will drive
or now grant and katharine, but we are going to see a weak storm sweep to the bay area shortly before midnight in the north bay. >> for the rest of us after midnight. so let's take a look at what you can expect this evening. very calm clear night for those of you in the east bay over berkeley seeing some high clouds over there. but overall, we are noticing though, dry clear conditions with the next storm arriving out of the north currently knocking on uk his door. and for those of you at south lake tahoe going to see some light rain as well. >> for your thursday morning and early afternoon, about half an inch of rain or less for most of the western portions of this for south lake tahoe about a 10th of an inch of rain or less. but we are going to see this storm become more of a wind maker than a rainmaker lake. wind advisory going into effect early thursday morning through early thursday evening gusts upwards of 45 miles per hour or less, could increase wave heights at the lake level 2 to 3 feet. so just keep that in mind that 54 degrees for your
thursday afternoon highs. gradually warming up flirting with 60's by friday until we cool down again with another approaching storm set to arrive in the sierra by saturday night. but future cast for tracking rain showers arriving for us in the north bay light to moderate downpours shortly after midnight and then it's going to sweep through the rest of the bay area's it shifts south and east impacting most of the san francisco peninsula and east bay before 3 o'clock in the morning. and for those of you in the north and south bay still going to see showers up until 4 o'clock in the morning until we dry out and clear out by mid morning and rain totals. as you can see about a quarter of an inch of rain or less upwards of a 3rd. for those of you in santa rosa and then we're going to see some more showers saturday with a possible atmospheric river making its way into the bay area tuesday into wednesday. so monday's looking dryer but not going to be as strong as a last atmospheric river in october. but still, i like the sound of that i'm really
angeles in january and that she course state announced the immersive experience titled tupac chic or wake me when i'm free. we'll cover the life. the music and the legacy of the late rapper will open january 21st at canvas at la live to pok, by the way, to lift in marin city for that 5 years late 80's early 90's. >> last month. you remember this. so william shatner became the oldest person to travel to space. but while on jimmy kimmel, tom hanks revealed that jeff bezos first asked him about riding on board the blue origin citizen. is it true that you were asked to go to space by jeff bezos before williams. oh yeah. provided i i like 28 million bucks or something like that. i was doing good. jimmy on doing good. but i paid 28 bucks. you know what we could simulate the experience sure of going to space right now. it's about a 12 minute flight
is not about it. 12 minute like, okay, this is we can all do it in our seats right. just leave your back like this act like this. and haha. >> but you don't get a look out the window town but aside he aided joked that he wouldn't do it if it had been free and as many of you know, hanks grew up in >> take still has some fire in the bell just a fun guy. he brought it. that wraps up kron 4 news at 8 o'clock. >> thanks for being with us this hour. but our primetime news continues coming up next. we have panned ken standing by. good evening. good evening, tom hanks, a pride of skyline high school. oh, they love right. all right. thank you. grant and free. she ate it. coming up next at 10 o'clock. >> trailblazer inspiration
leader. just some of the words used to describe alameda county supervisor, wilma chan chad was hit by a car and killed while she was walking her dog today. the lasting effect her decades of public service will have here in the bay area. and a southwest airlines pilot arrested for allegedly punching a flight attendant at a san jose hotel bar what police say led to the physical confrontation. well stories and more coming up on kron 4 news at 10.