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against california secretary of state and the head of the dmv the claim is the 2 of them are failing to verify that those who are registering to vote a us citizen kron four's maureen kelly was at the news conference that was held just minutes after that lawsuit was filed. >>state do its duty. >>the lawsuit claims that the california secretary of state has forsaken that duty to make sure only us citizens are placed on voter rolls. >>this comes after a state audit found that the dmv these motor voter program. >>had experienced technical problems that led to discrepancies in voter registrations this is to make sure that doesn't happen the future of the secretary of state has data available to it. >>in numerous different offices bnb want don't use any of that. even to sample it. and of the people and just check them against the records and see if their citizens. you have we have found and some of them are and that's one too many because why makes a
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difference in our election system. >>will suit alleges that secretary of state alex padilla and the head of the dmv are violated the national voter registration act. the lawsuit is seeking that a judge ruled that the state agencies use that data in their possession to determine voter citizenship. >>in a statement, the secretary of state responded in part by saying this lawsuit is a fundamental misrepresentation of the national voter registration act the plaintiffs claim they are protecting voters. but this is nothing more than an underhanded attempt to bring their voter suppression playbook to california. >>a lawyer filing this lawsuit. other suits on behalf of the trump administration before but she says she does not expect this matter to be resolved. before the 2020 presidential election. maureen kelly kron 4 news. >>off-duty officer, i thought it my apartment and i think in that he would.
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>>it took almost a year to get it right well, but less than a day to reach a verdict for the former police officer who murdered her neighbors after days of emotional testimony of former dallas police officer was found guilty. >>even though she says was a case of mistaken residents steven anas has more. after less than 24 hours of deliberation. >>we the jury unanimously find the defendant amber guyger guilty of murder, a former dallas police officer is found guilty of murder. amber guyger was indicted last year after fatally shooting her neighbor john when she walked into his apartment. she said she had just come off a long shift and mistook his apartment for her own. >>off-duty officer, i thought my apartment and i saw guy thinking that he >>guyger's apartment was directly below jobs. the case drew national attention some saying it was once again, an example of a white police officer shooting an unarmed
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black man. jurors were given the option to find geiger guilty of the lesser offense of manslaughter. the prosecution, however, said by her own admission, she intended to kill. you shot. the verdict prompted emotional outburst from families on both sides but geiger stared straight ahead as her fate was read is a signal that that the tide is going to change here. police officers are going to begin to be held accountable for their actions the murder conviction means 31 year-old geiger could face life in prison. i'm stephen innes reporting. >>let's get a check of the weather around the bay area on this tuesday evening chief meteorologist is already looking ahead to tomorrow's a's game you know it's a one-game ride one-game playoff tomorrow on the a's. they are in this thing tomorrow if you're lucky enough to have a ticket to go to the game should be a great day clear skies temperatures going to be running a little cool probably mid 60's for the first pitch.
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>>at 5 oh 9 in a westerly wind the 20 miles per hour should stay clear, but a little chilly into the evening hours. in the san francisco right now look at the golden gate bridge things moving along very nicely right now and no fog speak of that's the way it's going to stay all night. but look at long-range computer forecast get this cold front approaches the bay area ahead of tomorrow, lots of sunshine falls apart before get your maybe couple leftover clouds they called on the temperatures a little bit into thursday that high pressure begins to build aoffshore winds kicking and we start to talk about some toasty temperatures maybe even some 70's along the coastline as we head throughout the weekend but things get interesting next week a look at cold front diving in toward the bay area maybe next wednesday and thursday. we start to talk about the prospects of some rain temperatures around the bay area for tomorrow though looking good you'll see about 67 degrees sunny skies in the marina 61 little cool and daly city 63 in half moon bay, 67 degrees in millbrae 69 and byrlie game 70's as you head toward the middle of the down the middle of the next line lot of 70's in the south bay should be warm morrow plan
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on some low 80's in the warmer spots well inland 69 degrees, san leandro about 70 in berkeley tomorrow, 74. in orinda 77 degrees in the nation's 75 in the napa valley, sunny skies but a chilly start to the day in the north bay, plenty of 70's into the afternoon and looking out over the next few days could temperatures down after we warm up a little bit tomorrow and then really crank up the temperatures over the weekend with some offshore winds. thank you the family says their 2 year-old niece is facing deportation. the child was separated from her family in arizona and then she was sent a loan to new york where she stayed for several months, she is now finally with family members in omaha. >>that'll take was a ca ski has a child's story. >>this toddler will color anna just turned 2 years old and is facing deportation. her father was stopped at the border, so she's now living with her uncle in omaha, we're not identifying the or her uncle for their safety. a nd in the
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and in the >>she understands now and she plays. she said. >>and they are father was arrested for re entry of removed alien and is still being held in arizona. she was separated from him no goodbyes just. >>taken out of his arms and that was that. >>and taken to new york for months before having her immigration case transferred to omaha so she could stay with family. now they want to know why a 2 year-old is in deportation procedures. >>to me that's not good because she's a little girl. if you are 1213 14 year-olds should be able to understandably she's a little girl. >>her attorney tom campbell wants to know how a 2 year-old is supposed to understand what's happening in court which you can barely talk. >>i wish to respectful, however putting into year-old in court to respond to charges that when they can't even speak. is barbaric and
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inhumane. >>records indicate or father who is from guatemala told the court he wanted to come back to nebraska to make a better life for he and his daughter and that he thought central americans could enter the us with children, what happens on a national level affects us in nebraska. >>and as brass guns, i would hope that we can send a message to our leaders that we are better than us that. this is not who we are. >>and his uncle hope she can stay and get a good education in the u s or he'll be allowed to reunite her with her father. instead of her being deported to possibly without her dad. >>try to play her father's role. but i could never be. >>in world news for the first time since protests started more than 7, 2, weeks ago, hong kong police have shot a protester using a live round. the video we're about to show you might be disturbing you can see the 18 year-old protester. his the police officer with a pole and then the officer pulls out a firearm and shoots the person
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in the chest. the person falls to the ground at a news conference, the police commissioner said the 18 year-old has been arrested for assaulting a police officer and is in the hospital in police custody. it has not been determined whether charges will be filed against the protester. all of this comes as the communist party is celebrating 70 years in power in china. >>national day of the supposed to be a day to celebrate and be happy. do all of this all of this also the damages. assaulti police officer. >>in a speech related to the celebration in china chinese president xi jinping called for upholding the principles of one country 2 systems in hong kong and the special administrative region of
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macau. >>bridge collapse in taiwan is caught on camera we're going to tell you more about what happened with this incident. >>and a war of words facebook ceo and and elizabeth warren. saying that there's a trouble between the 2 of war becomes president she responds coming up. this fall, book two, separate qualifying stays at choicehotels.com... ...and earn a free night. because when your business is rewarding yourself, our business is you. book direct at choicehotels.com
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aaddiction. how juuline hooked kids and ignited an public health crisis." other news outlets report- juul took $12.8 billion from big tobacco. markets e-cigarettes with kid friendly flavors and uses nicotine to addict them. 5 million kids use e-cigarettes. juul is "following big tobacco's playbook." and now, juul is pushing prop c to overturn e-cigarette protections. vote no on juul. no on big tobacco. no on prop c.
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ceo mark zuckerberg is blasting senator elizabeth warren's plan to break up facebook saying a war and win in the presidential election would quote. >>sock for facebook this comment comes out of an employee meeting back in july and was recorded and leaks this week. the meetings came the same month facebook paid a billion penalty to the federal trade commission after concerns over user privacy. warren responded to berg's comments in a tweet today that says in part quote what would really sock is if we don't fix a corrupt system. let's giant companies like facebook engage
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in illegal anticompetitive practices a facebook spokesperson declined to comment on the story. >>a federal appeals court ruling on net neutrality but net neutrality regulations has both sides claiming victory including california. today's ruling upheld the federal communication commission's repeal of obama era rules but it also struck down a key provision so that now states can create their own protections. the court said the fcc had the right to dump the net neutrality rules but cannot bar states from passing their own rules. the obama era rules were designed to keep equal access for all preventing the broadband companies from blocking or slowing the internet favoring some sites over others. the trump fcc shot down those protections. today state attorney general javier react to say in california will continue to fight for free and fair internet. >>the number of vaping-related deaths is now 16 virginia and
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new jersey health officials announced today each had vaping related deaths, virginia health officials say. there'd has happened on september 26th. the new jersey ed back in august. the specific cause of the nationwide outbreak is unknown. but health officials are zeroing in on potential clues, including bates containing thc products, new jersey's health department has there been no serious lung illnesses associate with products sold in dispenser ease that are permitted by the new jersey medical marijuana program. next on kron 4 a father passes out after vaping for what he says was 2 seconds right in front of his 3 year-old shot daughter we're going to hear part of the 911 call. >>and if you are streaming us on kron on the news continues during the commercial break go during the commercial break go to at at&t we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world. connecting with the things that matter most. and because nothing keeps us more connected than the internet. we've created access from at&t california households with at least one resident who receives snap or ssi benefits.
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cartridge look strange when the law. >>no look the same as the others. >>this florida a father says he only tough time of 8 for 2
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seconds before passing out at a restaurant right in front of his young daughter. reporter maris bad cop shows us the 911 call. >>john pardon doesn't remember. >>calling 911 you feeling. he's listening to the call for the first time. hours after vaping from this cartridge shine passed out in this wellington restaurant today. >>thing about the cartridge look strange when the law. >>no the same as the others. >>little girl >>a 3 year-old layla witnessed it. she remembers a lot of and to or costs are. it all started when shine had an anxiety attack it work and couldn't get to his cbd
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cartridge at home. he says he has a co-worker to buy him one john dot that cartridge was filled with thc free cbd oil which is legal. >>now shi's wife lori the cartridge was defective. sean was hospitalized for seizures he can drive a car for 6 months synthetics are. >>and that's all fortunately it. >>space jonathan gary runs earth florida. cbd shop with more than 70 products from at a street in west palm that is obvious going to be a walmart of cbd he can't comment on whether shines incident involved synthetic oil defective cartridge or something else. but he says there are inferior products out there you can buy in car to do this. >>and at that point fill it up with your own oil and passed off as that company's very. >>now as maris babcock reporting experts say there are ways to make sure you're not buying counterfeit products, one thing you can do is use your smartphone to scan the bar code.
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>>marks a somber second anniversary of the deadliest mass shooting in modern us history, the las vegas mass shooting 2 years ago a gunman shot and killed 58 people and injured nearly 700 others in that rampage. shots were fired from the 32th floor of the mandalay bay resort and casino on to a crowd of 22,000 concertgoers below today, the community gathered to dedicate a bench and honor of the victims. >>i'm honored that as you it and visit this bench. you have time to sit and reflect on the victims that lost in just remember they're great lives and what they represented and think about their loved ones who are still surviving and how we can progress and move forward. this tragic event. >>so far this year there have been at least a 21 deadly mass states, including the gilroy garlic festival shooting back in june that left 4 people dead, including the gunman.
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>>starting today, some florida teachers can now carry guns inside their classrooms. the new law authorizes school districts to put in place at least one school safety officer per public school and that officer does not have to be an actual law enforcement official it could be a security guard. we're a guardian so far at least half of florida's counties have opted to participate in the so-called guardian program. the law comes in the wake of the 2018 mass shooting in parkland florida. 3 teachers and 14 students were killed by a gunman at marjory stoneman douglas high school. >>take a look at this video a bridge collapsing in taiwan. it happened this morning at least 12 people were injured. 6 people are still missing tonight when the bridge collapsed, it hit 3 fishing boats and one oil tanker causing the tanker did catch on fire. the cause of the collapse is still under investigation. of course is well known for her work helping others in need
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saturday. she continued that effort by donating more than million dollars to an organization that supports students. >>in charlotte, north carolina and helps him attend college teacher trussell has the details. >>people gathered at the 2019. the keynote speaker. oprah winfrey, i'm honored because my angeles to come all the time and so in her name i get to to to speak on behalf hbc use everywhere money raised here today will support students who attend the historically black college and university. that support will be a game changer for many and keep them in school. this is everyone's issues and we can all make a difference. and oprah winfrey empowers and she's empowering us. >>and she's going power the students and we're very blessed to have that happen. >>local leaders, including charlotte mayor vi lyles were
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there a mouse who showed up on her first day says this was an important event she could not miss. if uk students who may one day. future leaders we as a community understand how important education is. >>how vital it is. >>that was as or russell reporting the event itself raised more than a million dollars over a match that bringing the total ways to 2.3 million. >>playoff game mark and jason it is such a for bay area sports night with some a's talk coming up. and my love going to very chilly in spots tonight some of
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>>well a busy in the sports world big game tomorrow mark carpenter and jason dumas stories from the set of bay area sports night.
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>>that's right we are in a playoff mode here on bay area sports night 7 o'clock on kron on a's rays tomorrow and the colosseum the wild-card game. winner moves on to the alds to face the houston astro's what came out today, jason the a's will be starting an i o what do you make of the decision to have him on the mound. well he. >>just got back you know relatively speaking but as he made his return he and their best picture. pretty clear in one-game playoff situation for guy who's playing the best guy who's. band back au the late in national minaya so you know. >>that that that like to be good move that to move out of maine as well. >>yeah and i think it event it for oakland is the fact that minaya hasn't faced the rays this year, so it's you know it's going to be a fun one in the race will be starting charlie morton, their ace regardless what an atmosphere we're going to be in store for tomorrow night at the coliseum
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is going to be electric a's rays, wild card will be talking about all that will be bringing on. ben ross great for the show covers for nbc sports bay area we'll be breaking down the matchup it also too giants president of baseball operations farhan zaidi address the media today laying out the franchise this offseason plans a lot of priorities in line area sports night 7 o'clock on kron on go back to you cannot. >>jason thank you. now to a story of a very lucky cat nobody knows how a kitten got onto a freeway divider in southern california but an off-duty lapd officer did know one thing it couldn't get off without crossing several lanes a very busy traffic during rush hour. that's why the sergeant pulled over and rescue the little for of all areas or she is a fortunate felines going up for adoption. and la police are suggesting the adopter consider using the name. lucky. and calling all cat lovers if you're looking to adopt and cash kitten here in the bay area you're in love
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is same the peninsula humane society has received 2 female cats and a male kidney, but there's a catch you have to adopt all 3 of them the humane society says the cast from left to the shelter after hours with no information but based on their age is it seems like the 2 adult cats are probably a mother and daughter, the shelter said is that it has bonded pairs for adoption before, t it's very rare to have a bond a trio. >>the shelter says that these cats are very sociable and outgoing their names are based on the 3 islands off the west coast of scotland. sky and harris. >>there you go to have 3 cats waiting for the family right just like that. yeah, beautiful cats l a outside right now we've got some clear skies certainly want to cut up to a cat or maybe a dog to tonight. we've got some cold kies, nice and clear no fog se to speak of outside see the breeze blowing there and that's when the winds are kicking up, but that wind is going to subside overnight tonight and then we're talking about some cold temperatures out there overnight. numbers right now 57 degrees in half
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moon bay, the 60 in san francisco. still 62 degrees in livermore these numbers going to drop off though in a hurry overnight tonight it's going to be chilly start your day. overnight lows going to be in the 30's in the 40's by atm. we're up in the 40's and 50's by the middle of day sunny skies and some nice weather ahead in fact by the afternoon probably a little bit warmer some 70's even some 80's inland with some 60's out toward the coastline. so looks like a nice day tomorrow we're gonna warm those temperatures up just a few degrees by tomorrow afternoon. as warm as 80 degrees a little more 79 in concord 73 in oakland 75 degrees downtown san jose and 66 degrees in the san francisco. next few days we're going to see those temperatures cooling off just slightly on thursday by friday guess what the offshore winds start to blow. and then we start to crank up those temperatures in fact out along the coastline probably looking at some 70's out toward the beaches on saturday and sunday. maybe upper 80 getting close to 90 degrees in the warmer spots by sunday. no triple digit does he like we had just over a week ago but will still be >>thanks lauren thank you for being with us see you tonight
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at 8 o'clock have a great night. the van gogh. to harrison, the wine collection.
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to mateo, my favorite chair. grace, you get the beach house... just don't leave the lights on, okay? to craig, this rock. to jamie, well, let's just say, enjoy the ride. the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. the almonds to walter. the beaches to the bums. and the fog to, who else, karl. i leave these things to my heirs, all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything to preserve and protect them. with love, california.
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in motion. the x-cop who shot her neighbor to death leaders her fate. >> guilty of murder. >> as a court officer comforts her. >> chilling video. will somebody help her. she is dragged away by her attacker. and the day the music died. the theft that triggered the homeless subway singer's down word spiral. her precious violin destroyed. plus -- >> here it goes. >> praise for president trump for the airport worker that stopped the runaway

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