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. take a look at that. what a beautiful start to the day in san francisco. we are following the weather this morning. another warm, beautiful day expected across the bay area today. we broke several records as we take the live look at the embarcadero this morning. what a great view. great way to start the day. thank you for joining us on the weekend. i am marty gonzalez. we want to turn now to kron 4's dave rubin. >> we were going to break records and it is happening. we set 10 records to be exact. five of the records were all time high temperatures for the entire month of march.
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didn't matter what day and impressive temperatures. today, not as warm. live look at the san mateo bridge. here are the records. not even all of them. we can't fit all of them on the screen for you right now. at sfo, the previous record was nine. and the previous record was 82. just object light rating the previous record. 79 was where we topped out. today though not the case the and we are off to a much warmer start than yesterday. highs will not get to where they were yesterday. >> san jose 66 and concord at 60. and livermore at 66. also, north bay for later on tonight coming up in just a bit. all right. dan. we begin with braining news. we have new details about a field trip that took a scary turn. bus full of kids catches fire
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on 80. sheriff's deputy saved the day. we are live in walnut creek where he got an update from investigators. mike? >> reporter: marty, i spoke with the contra costa sheriff's office and said their deputy was a hero when the bus caught fire late last night. look at the bus. it is burned out on the back side. this is walnut creek about 8:30. the sheriff's department said most of them girls. and three adults on board and they were from arizona and apparently a wheel well caught fire. the sheriff's office said it was on fire and rushed over to help. one of the deputies was enroute to work. happen to see the bus on the shoulder of the road. noticed the bus was on fire. appeared to be on fire. pulled the car over to the side of the road.
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saw there was a bunch of kids on the bus. >> he got out of his car and began assisting the kids getting off the bus. they were here and they had nonlife-threatening injuries. this is a lieutenant that tells me after the deputy got the students off the bus. the bus started to be engulfed with flames. chp leading the investigation going forward. they said the deputy certainly a hero after helping all of those kids. >> mart i it -- marty? >> he did it all by himself. he had to be hustling, didn't he? >> well, as i mentioned, he wasn't on duty. he was off duty on his way into work and noticed the bus was catching fire. on his own and tried to help. and give him credit to helping 40 kids last night. officers are never really
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off duty. that is mike peltoncht reporting live from walnut creek. we tried to reach out to the deputy to talk about his heroic actions. we hope to have that for you this morning. we have new information about a multi vehicle freeway crash in the east bay. happened in livermore and in the area of the altamont pass. we now know the 16 cars were involved this the wreck and started with a smaller pile up and when they moved over to the shoulder much another crash occurred. one man cast killed and air rivetted out with critical injuries. still no word what caused the initial crash. >> they were closed for four hours. happening right now. police are looking for a man who stabbed two people in a grocery store parking lot. it happened saturday afternoon in santa clara and the alameda avenue. they received a report of a fight. when they got to the scene.
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they found the victims. they are expected to recover, however. >> now, we have an update for you on a tragic story we have been following in the east bay. following all week. a mother killed while shielding her mother from a gun battle. >> on saturday, a large crowd remembered shameel pierce. we were there and he spoke to the friends and family. >> reporter: sharing a prayer. locked hand in hand. an emotional crowd at franco gallo plaza remember the lives lost in oakland. putting a focus on the devastating circumstances. and countless victims family face when a loved one days at the happened of gun violence. >> the most recent tragedy being 0-year-old mother shameel pierce. >> she was much more. >> the older sister shontae
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speaks for the family. >> this is something that i never expected to see. >> now, this is her reality. she tells others, the violence has to stop. >> take a moment and think about what you are doing. a lot of times, you take innocent lives at risk. the focus then switches to celebrating life with dance and song. residents of the oakland city council said she hopes the people wielding guns on the streets are paying attention to all of this. she made sure they took baths and took care of their work. she prayed. she prayed they would change our lives forever. this is happening. in the back drop. they are tipping the investigation into the murder
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and say more arrests could be coming. in oakland, kron 4 news. still ahead. >> big name coming to the 49ers. will it make up for all the talent? you decide. this is a horrible tragedy in ferguson, missouri is changing the relationship between police and protestors. we will show you the new health start up that might be better at diagnosing any issues you have than a doctor.
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>> reporter: it is a ter are guying fact of life. doctors make mistakes. that's why artificial intelligence is turning computers into cancer detecting radiologists. >> they want to create what we call data driven medicine. >> you are doing that with computers and not people. >> yes, that is correct. >> this is machine learning. this is where you get a computer to figure something out by looking at previous examples. we take the information and compare it to the previous 50 million patients to find the people that have had the exact same symptoms and tests so forth as you. and figure out how did they get better and what happened to them and then we can use the insight to decide how best to treat you. >> reporter: do you think the software, this can save lives then. >> the software and it will for sure save lives. it will not only save lives.
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but huge amount of the stress. we have algorithms that can find whether you have lung cab cancer. if we can find that out earl live, you have a 45% chance of survival. >> reporter: it has piqued the interest of doctors like this oncologist who is now the company's chief medical center officer. >> you yourself is a radio oncologist. can they read scans more than you can. >> artificial intelligence is more consistent and systematic in determining the scans. most of the interpretations are subjective interpretations where algorithms are unbiased and render an opinion with the features in the image. still ahead for you on kron 4 news weekends. >> this is a practice at an air show. >> we will have the video for you after the break. >> we will have a live look outside to the start of the day
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and as you can see in the background. >> not too much traffic on the approach to the bay bridge. we will look at conditions in the east bay. >> heating up to 78 today. >> they broke some records yesterday. and we will talk about it with dan rubin after the break. for those who appreciate quality and precision, here's grounds for celebration. experience exceptional coffee and espresso in one essential machine and delivered to you with a push of a button. the nespresso vertuoline.
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. take a look at the scene at southern california yesterday. it looks like it is the middle of july not march. according to the weather service temperatures reaching up to 90 degrees in parts of san diego and los angeles county as well. high temperatures brought crowds of people to the beach and number that is are seep in the summertime. we have warm weather in spots around the bay area and other spots. it is perfect. tell us how things are looking today. it here is dan rubin. >> we will stay on that for a
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second. pay area native, would you call tomorrow too hot. >> no, not at all: it is too hot. missing the fog and cool weather. but what we have. record temperatures all around the bay. we had 10 set or tied with the record high temperatures and five of the records were actually the warmest for any time in march for the five locations. it is pretty impressive temperatures we saw yesterday. >> not nearly as warm. we will start there. we have north bay rain tonight and into tomorrow morning. it will dissipate. isolated to the north bay. not very heavy downpour. light sprinkle perhaps. we will see another system move in and that is going to effect the highest elevations around the bay area. stay something dry and significantly cooler. it is warmer than where we were yesterday. san francisco already at 65. oakland 61. and concord at 58. fremont at 62 currently. temperatures not as high as you
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would see. mountain view 79 and we will see 80s on the board. east bay, we will have 74 for vallejo and 76 in fairfield and top out in pittsburgh. and santa rosa. and san rafael as well -- and we do have the rain moving in. later again this evening starting at 8:00 and pushing through the overnight hours. you see the band moving in. and around noontime tomorrow, it will start to despite and recede back offshore. kron 4 around the bay temperatures, you will see them. and mostly dry weather. >> marty? >> all right. dan, thank you. 40 people are dead following the terrible bus crash in brings sill. the -- brazil. it plunged down a ravine late last night. it fell 1300 feet. now this new video showing the aftermath of the crash shows
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them being pulled from the wreckage. it is still under investigation this morning. however, officials say the driver lost control of the bus while trying to get around a sharp curve. more breaking news from overnight. take a look at this dramatic video out of malaysia. they have an acrobatics team that crashed at the lima airport. it was all caught on camera. you can see them collide and one of them burst into the ground and crashes to the ground. the truly stunning part of this. everybody survived. it shows the pilot ejected just before the plane burst into flames. this is more than three days since two officers were wounded outside of the ferguson, missouri police department. they are still shooting shooting -- searching for the shooter. there is an improvement in community and police recommendations as they come together to talk. we have the story. >> i respect what happened
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here. this is what needs to happen, this dialogue. >> reporter: it is late friday night and outside of the ferguson police department. protestors and two police officers dom face to taste. instead of tension between the groups. there are handshakes and hugs. >> she always said. come protest. come stand out here with us. easier said than done. >> take that off. >> well, the fact of the matter. i can wear this and still agree with what you are saying. i don't agree with all of them. >> reporter: while st. louis police lieutenant jerry orr is standing on the on site side, he knows many of them by name. one of the things that worked for me is getting to know people out here that obviously helps when situations get tense. it is easier to diffuse it if they know who especially and i know who they are. >> there is also real talk. >> the reason we took to the streets. we have seen one of our young
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brothers gunned down at the hands of the police. >> that is one of the biggest issues that got us out here. if i commit a crime don't come might mow -- don't treat me differently than my caucasian counterpart. >> reporter: the conversation is pointed and peaceful. on wednesday night in the very spot, it was a different scene with tensions running high. protestors called for more leaders to resign after ferguson police chief tom jackson stepped down in the wake of the department of justice report showing widespread racial bias in his police force. then two officers were shot. one in the shoulder and one in the face. they are out of the hospital recovering. the search for the cuss species continues and quieted down. they showed support for the embattled police department.
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>> addressing the department of justice reports. we need time to do that. he needs time to do that. and people are expecting it to happen overnight of the it doesn't happen that way. >> reporter: it as sentiment the mayor finds encouraging. >> it is very posh and it shows. there are people in the community who feel they support law enforcement. and the community and the leadership. they may not always see eye to eye, its members will shake hands and hanover to the back of the streets to continue calling for change. cnnrks ferguson, missouri. coming up on the kron four news weekend. and the sharks push for both games. and we will take a look outside. san mateo bridge this time around. they are expecting a beautiful day in the south bay. highs today reaching 81-degrees. and starting off at 66 this
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morning. we will be right back.
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. we are back with bay area sports. >> they beat the knicks last night at oracle. >> steph curry celebrating his 27th birthday in style. scoring 25 points along with 11 assists and clay thompson adding 27 points with 6-3s and the slash brothers combining for 29 points at half time to highlight ha 47.2nd quarter. it blew the game open for the warriors. they will take on the lakers at oracle arena. turning now to hockey, sharks playoff hopes in critical condition. they were pounded by the chicago blackhawks 6-2 at the tank. >> and joe thornton scored for the sharks. it wasn't nearly enough.
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the sharks find themselves 4 points out of the wild card spot and five shy of third place calgary in the pacific decision. they start a two week road trip tuesday night in winnipeg. in the middle of what is a mass exodus from san francisco the 49ers will have a new player. reggie bush has reached a new deal with the team. the best is yet to come hashtag 49ers. he visited them and was seen touring levi stadium with the head coach. we had a good year with the detroit lions until late last month when they released him. also coming up. 49er beat writer sam cohen will join us to talk about all the recent changes and what happened in a very eventful week for the niners. turning to baseball. sad news for the giants organization. general manager al rosen has
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died. he was hired in 1985 and helped build the team that went to the world series. he was responsible for draft diagnose matt williams and also bringing up will clark from the minors. as a player, he was name the 1953 mvp for the cleveland indians and played against the giants in the world series. he was 91 years-old.
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was shielding her mother from a gun battle outside oakland city hall. they were remembering pierce. and that was at franco gallo plaza. remembering all the lives lost in oakland. 30-year-old mother shameel pierce was in oakland. her family spoke and saying the violence in the city has to stop. the oakland police department continuing the investigation into the pierce murder and say that more arrests could be forthcoming. 40 people are dead following a horrific bus crash in brazil. that bus was carrying 50 passengers when it plunged down the ravine last night. 100-foot fall. rescuers were pulling them out the wreckage last night and this morning. the cause of the crash is under investigation. it appears the driver lost control. while trying to turn a sharp curve. turning our attention to the bay area weather. we are expecting another beautiful day around the bay. >> yes, we are.
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you couldn't call it poor. but maybe cloudy hardly anything to complain about. we will see it in the 70s. >> sounds perfect. >> even beach worthy if you are brief enough -- brave enough. >> still on the chilly side and over by ocean beach which is notoriously cold. this is a live look. we can see some of the hazy conditions right now. we can see temperatures that were warmer than at the start of yesterday. they will not top out nearly as high as yesterday. >> still nice. >> concord 58 and 63 in can sarl least and livermore. very pleasant start to the day. here is the day planner for you. they are warming up quickly. and we will see temperatures approaching 70s for most of the bay area. and reaching 70 degrees in fact for the inland areas and by 4:00 this afternoon. we will still see temperatures
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and knots as many. still plenty warm for you. this is north bay rain and coming up later this evening. >> all right. dan, thank you. two people are homeless following a fire saturday night that caused the roof of their house collapsed. this is the rose creek drive in san jose. fortunately no one was injured and they are saying the fire started because of a problem with the wiring in the home's attic. family members shot by a man remembered him with a walk. it started at the home of jaime jimenez, where he was shot. his family and friends wanted justice and he wants them to know who he was to them. he is not a bad man. he was very good. so kind-hearted and very, he would give his shirt to anybody. you know, he is a very loyal friends and loyal family
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member. en he is extremely missed right now. police say an officer shot jemenz. after he pass dollars on a motorcycle. they served a him and they show the scene on friday. the suspect reached for a handgun when they tried to stop him. an officer shot jimenez, where he later died. officers say he recovered a handgun. methamphetamine and substantial amount of money from jimenez. couple of days away, st. patrick's day came early. saturday was the andial parade and festival and emily turner was there for the festivities. > >> reporter: it wouldn't be a st. patrick's day parade without beer and lots and lots of green. the 164th parade and festival celebrate irish history and culture. it is also the west coast's largest irish event.
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it is so that he stuck around for four years. >> i feel it growing. and growing. >> the patriotism. honor the country and the heritage. honor everything. i love it. this is the most festive parade yet. >> everyone and everything showed off the irish spirit. the crowd numbered around 100,000. >> i am not from ireland. but scotland is not far from it. so, i love all of the people. the musical instruments. my kids. picking up all the candy. great. some of the spectators were just as festive as the entries in the parade. sure, the actual day isn't until tuesday. in this crowd, no one seemed to care. >> st. patty's day is always special. >> it is the love, the energy. the color. >> always liked the irish culture. >> i have my shell lay lee
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right here. >> i have my shillelagh right here. they were doing volunteer work. they they are not diagnosed with the disease of ebola but they will be treated at three possible hospitals. one in nebraska and one in maryland and in atlanta. another deadly involved shooting in wisconsin. police in kenosha say they shot and killed an armed man. the police attempted to arrest the man on a felony warrant saturday morning. when confronted, he armed himself with a weapon and that's when an officer opened fire. they did not say what type of weapon the suspect had. this is the same day as he was killed by officers in madison
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two weeks ago and was laid to rest. turning to world news this morning. relief supplies headed to the island of vanuatu after a cyclone devastated that nation. >> this is the damage. us a trail imra sent two military aircraft with emergency supplies all long with medical teams and rescue teams to help thousands of people who lost their homes. >> they include hygiene citsd. sleeping mats and water. >> they are promising a $5 million aid package. >> the storm packed sustained winds of up to 150 miles an hour. six people confirmed this morning. and they expect the death toll to go up. >> this is the uniform and the baby. exactly what every sickle service member is out there nighing. >> and it shows what it takes to and american.
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>> a picture striking controversy on line of a baby wrapped in an american flag. we will explain how the photographer is defending herself. also, many people believe social media brings the world together. after the break. we will look at the social media's dark side. >> march madness is here and kron 4 has a brock get for you. >> lots of new faces on the raiders. >> we have more with our football experts. then we go with diswroa panic. >> full half hour of your sports needs sunday niewtd at nine right after the news. bw vingret. the magnicen neturk itaano lt. ly asubw. introducing new flonase allergy relief nasal say, w avlabloverhe cnterinull escrtiontrenh. whene brthe allgens r boes rct b overrodung s keyinflmato subance that cau ourympts. the adinalley
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. they report connectivity has a dark side. >> the tweet sent around the world. facebook photo that went too
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far. and the casualties like justin and lindsay stone. the social media leaves this behind. social media has given new forms of punish that is not formally used in over a century. public shaming. it doesn't involve the whips of old. the end result is similar. justin's now famous tweak about getting as in africa. she tweeted before getting on a plane and before she landed, it went viral. it brought her humiliation. but it cost her, her high profile pr job. >> lindsay stone posted a photo of herself mocking a sign at ar national cemetery. it was one of a series of photos mocking various signs but this one went viral and she was widely vilified. these are two examples of a
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growing public shaming trends. one that serves as a stark reminder that it takes years of hard work to build a career and mere seconds to push a send button that could destroy it. lindsay kincaid. cnn. still ahead for you. dan rubin is back with another check of the forecast. should be bright and sunny. we will take a live look outside. sfo this time around. dan will tell us how soon they will clear. we will be right back.
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. we are back. time for a bright and sunny day. >> already off toe a good start. this is 4:00 a.m. 66 degrees. and at sfo and seeing more cloud cover than we did yesterday. temperatures are not going to top out where they did yesterday and still pretty nice. albeit some rain in the north
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bay. this is into monday morning. isolated to the north bay. not going to come south of the golden gate bridge and showers will be light and they will dissipate. stay on the cooler side and that means 70 degrees which is mice. >> temperatures right now. san francisco 61. and 61 for oakland and san carlo already. and livermore at 56 and very nice temperatures around the bay. we had a lot more 80s on the board yesterday where we saw 85 in campbell and sunnyvale. places like that. san jose, 81. still nice and little bit cooler. oakland eight, and napa, should get up to 75 and 77 is the high temperature for pleasant ton. this is -- pleasanton and it will dip down south and despite
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as it dips down south and we will not see great deal of rainfall totals. we could see more rain from tuesday into wednesday. that is relegated to the higher elevations. we will still stay dry and see temperatures hanging around the low 70s throughout the week. marty. >> thank you, dan. you know, it is only march and the west vile virus -- west nile virus found a dead bird and later tested positive for the virus. last year was the most active year on record in alameda county. that bird was found last year in may. they say it is unusual that the crow was found this early in the year with the virus. this could mean and early start to the season. >> when a dead crow is found, the eyes are check and the mouth is swabbed for west nile.
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>> if it has a low infection, it can survive and carry the virus for awhile before it dies: compared to recent years, fewest number of mosquitoes were found in 2014 and it was the most active year in alameda county. we found the birds. and we had one human. >> reporter: now the virus is showing up months earlier. because of the current drought, you would think there is less chances for the disease to spread but that is not the case. >> in the drought year. there are fewer water sources and they tend to congregate around the water sources so the potential for the virus to be spread increases. >> dead bird found in alameda had an acute infection. they say that's what killed it. >> there was a lot of virus within the bird. >> it is from newark. they need protein from the blood to produce eggs.
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>> each can caib two to 300 eggs. >> they can produce a couple hundred mosquitoes. >> that is alicia reed reporting. this now photographer is facing critics. she posted a picture of a baby wrapped in an american flag that is sparking controversy. she said it symbolizes patriotism. we have the story. >> this is what it takes to be an american. >> when vanessa hicks snapped this photo. she said it stood for pride, honor. >> the floog, the unform and the baby. what every service member is out there fighting. >> but within hours of posting this to her photography page. she became the target of a cyber bully. >> i was heartbroken. >> you call yourself a photographer shared her photo calling it disgusting.
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claiming hicks desecrated the american flag by using it as a problem. >> i went against the flag code by having the baby wrapped in it. >> it didn't stop there. i was getting the private messages and them going on my page: she tried reporting the page to facebook along with the numerous private messages but they refused to take it down. >> they are second guessing myself as a photographer. as a person. as a veteran. >> a navy rhett ran. she served four years. joining fresh out of high school. >> i was on board the enterprise. >> from '03 through '07. her husband is now deployed. taking this photo represents everything she and this sailor stand for. >> when i look at this this picture. i see a man who served six years in the navy. the mother of the baby is prior army. >> hicks is taking action and refusing to back down. >> i hope many other people
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want this pose and i will do it and i will share it proudly. >> in virginia beach. news channel 3. much morning heed on kron 4 news weekend. look at conditions of the golden gate bridge and we are expecting another day and they should be clearing soon. we will be right back.
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it must be a country you are fond. >> i have been there 20 times in the last 45 years and shows how old i am getting. >> reporter: as prince charles and the duchess of corp.wall prepare for the upcoming four day tour of the u.s., he granted me an exclusive interview and shared about past visits. >> we were invited to stay in 1970 by president nixon. for the weekend. that was quite a.m. newsing, i must say. that was the time when they were trying to marie me off to trisha nixon. >> 10 years ago camilla joined charles, their first official overseas visit. >> reporter: 2,005.
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first joint overseas tour with your new wife, the duchess of cornwall. what are your memories of that visit. >> we had a very jolly time in california, i seem to remember. and there was a frenzy there. >> well, that was max foster reporting the tour of the u.s. begins next week in washington d.c. still ahead, we continue to learn new details about a field trip that took a scary turnpike in the east bay. seven people rushed to the hospital. following a bus fire. mike pelt ton will join us live at the top of the next hour with more information. it is a rough week for the 49ers and their fans. coming up. 49er beat writer grant cohen talks about the nation. we keep an eye on the
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weather after record-breaking day yesterday. will be as hot? we will have the answer in a couple of minutes.
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. we are feeling this weather. we saw temperatures around the bay area. and we look outside to the approach to the bay bridge and we have changes to tell you about that are right around the corner. good morning, thank you for joining us. i am marty gonzalez. dan rubin is tracking all the changes. we set records yesterday. close to a dozen. >> 10 to be exact. five were all time records for march. didn't even matter what day in march. it was the hottest day in
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march. don't square everyone with the changes. we will see changes. and it will be in the 70s for the most part. this is a live look at the san mateo bridge and the bay bridge looking good from this angle. this is the building where you see more clouds than this time yesterday. you will also notice the temperatures are warmer and nothing will top what we did yesterday in terms of the high temperatures and the that is five cities. and set the highest temperature for any time in march. any day in march ever. so, sal linas hit 90. and the previous record was 77. that is he pretty impressive compared to where the record was. >> 13-degree it is warmer. san francisco 84 is where we topped out. previous record was 81. record-setting day indeed. today not so much. still nice. >> san francisco at 61. and we will talk more high
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temperatures and north bay rain coming up in a bit. marty? thank you. we continue with breaking news. we learn details about a field trip that took a scary turnpike. the bus that was holding kids caught fire. this off duty deputy saved the day. kron 4's mike pelt ton is reporting live. pike, we understand you have an update on the injuries. >> yes, marty. six students. one adult. all of them transferred to the medical center. where within the past hour. >> i confirmed. and they were treated and releesessed overnight. most of them suffered minor injuries and the sheriff's office said credit their deputy for helping to save the kay. >> the bus caught fire. on on i-680. the contra county sheriff's
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office were sop some type of a he field trip and the bus pulled over to the shoulder. an off duty sheriff's deputy was on the way to, would. and saw the tire and rushed over to help the kids. >> i immediately began showers and storming the kids to get or the bus. >> then, you can see. >> we were unguled. he got on the bus and made sure that all the kids that were safely off the bus. >> reporter: shortly after that, part of the bus filled with smoke and flames. sheriff's department tell me most of the students were girls. some are dea and use sign language. it is unclear where they were heading. they were transported to the hospital. and treated and released for the injuries. and the bus they were on is run by the viep transportation. >> this morning. able to reach a representation by phone. he said there is no one to
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comment on the i say dent since it is sunday. >> what a horrific u.p.s. dent. to be caught in a bus. and that sheriff fs departmentty happened to be at the right place at the time right time. >> lieutenant this morning tells mow he is definitely a hero. what are the odds he is requesting into work and runs over and sees the student it is on the bus. and three adults. and only come away with smoke inhalation injuries. what a great story much a great action pay the deputy. >> that is mike peltoncht reporting live from walnut creek. >> we were trying to reach out to the deputy who saved the daw and see if he can talk to us about his heroic actions. if we get it, we will show you later. this is a three way crash in the east bay. saturday evening in livermore. >> eastbound in the area near
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the altamont pass. >> we now know a total of 16 cars were involved in the wreck. >> it started with the small err peel up and they started moving over to the shoulder. >> one man was killed and airlifted with critical injuries as well. >> still no word on what caused the initial contracts last night. >> they were four hours on the highway. >> now we have a horrific story following all week. >> east bay here killed while shielding her mother from a gun battle. >> the large crowd remembered shameel pierce. >> he was there and spoke to her friends. and family. >> sharing a prayer. >> this is what we can do. >> locked hand in hand. >> let us enjoy one ner, god. >> emotional crowd remembers the leafs lost in oakland. >> christina. >> putting a focus on the
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devastating circumstances they face when a loved one dies at the ends of gun ville lepsz. >> the most recent tragedy being 30-year-old mother shameel pierce. >> than the 19 homicide. >> she is older. and speaks for the pain and this is something i never expected to see. >> now, this is her reality. they say the violence has to stop. >> think about what you are doing. and a lot of times you put innocent lives at risk. >> the focus then switches to celebrating life with dance and song. >> president of the city council. and that's what she said. >> show sheeps they are wielding guns on the street. and paying attention to all of this. >> she came home and fed the kids. made sure they had baths and made sure they did their
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homework. >> participated in their activities and in their schools. >> she prayed. >> nothing change. our lives will never be the same. >> all of this happening while in the back drop, the police department said they are tipping the investigation into the peersz murder and say more arrests could be coming. >> kron four news. -- kron 4 news. >> this is in a parking lot. it happened in santa clara at alameda avenue. >> they received a point pt and they found the victims and they are both expected to recover. >> coming up on the weekend. new hope after a horrible tragedy. >> the shooting of two officers is changing the relationship between police and protestors. >> one day after a heatwave in southern california and record-break diagnose
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temperatures, we are track the changes in a moment. >> right after the break, we will show you health technology from a bay start up. >> this could be better at degree no, sirring a disease than your doctor. this could be better at diagnosing a disease than your doctor.
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. they will detect and cancer. pushing it into the 21st century. deep algorithms can diagnose tumors. this is a few behind the machines. >> it is terrifying fact of life. doctors make mistakes. that's why artificial intelligence start up is turning computers into cancer detecting radiologists. >> what we are trying to accomplish is create what we call data driven medicine. >> you are doing that with computers. not people. >> correct. >> it is machine learning where
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you get a commuter to figure something out and we take the information with you as a patient and come pir it to the previous 15 million patients to find the people that have had the exact same symptom it is and task it is so forth as you and figure out how did they get better. what happened to them. and use the insight to decide how best to treat you. >> this can save lives then. >> for sure. it can. >> it won't just save lives. but huge amount of stress. >> we have them right now that can find earlier and and whether or not you have cancer. if we can find that out early. you have a 400% chance at survival. >> while it is still in development, it has piqued the interest of oncologists. and he is now the chief medical
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center. >> do you think these computers can read scans more efficiently than you can. >> it is much more consistent and systematic in terming these. and most of the interpretations by radiologists are just that. that is based on the features in the image. >> all right. at the border. it will rain and we will tell you where and when coming up after the break. ♪ ♪ yoplait. with a smooth and creamy taste your whole family loves. don't miss yoplait's exciting new flavors -- creamy caramel and cookies 'n cream.
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. take a look at this. beaches in southern california. it looks like the middle of july. not the middle of march. according to the national weather service. temperatures reaching up to 90 degrees saturday afternoon in parts of san diego and los angeles county as well. >> bringing out crowds of people in numbers and not usually seen. they are usually seen in the summertime. >> bringing it back home to the
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bay area. >> we had a lovely time around the bay. nothing big one. >> nothing huge but it will be cooler than it has been. >> that is because it is ridiculously hot. >> yesterday was out of control and i like to think of the tiewrt lists out at the golden gate bridge right now. >> they are seeing the best of the aye area weather. it is not normally like that. and this hot. right now. it is gorgeous and everyone wants to move here after going out to the golden gate bridge today. and we will see some north bay rain and east lated showers that are not going to spread as south as the golden gate gate bridge w we will aye stay on the cool erp side. and i mean. lower 70s t and tuesday. we will see a return of coverage. and we could see isolated showers in the highest elevations. most of us will stay dry. >> 59 and san francisco 60 and
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oakland. 62 for hayward and fremont. and sitting at 62 in san jose. nice and comfortable. >> here is the sunday day planner. temperatures will get warm pretty fast. around 9:00 p.m. and hitting the highs. you will see them in the 70s. and we could see a 80 or two in the south bay and parts of the inland valley. for the most party it will be cooler and we will see temperatures fall off quite a bit more than they did last night. this evening. they are going to get a bit cooler. >> afternoon lies. >> 72 for richmond and 73 in vallejo and sunnyvale. and 81 in san jose. still plenty nice. this is the rain we are talking . >> towards the coast and it is not well organized. by the time it swoops south and santa rosa or san rafael. it will spread out and scatter. showers are isolated and relatively light. quick look at the kron 47 day around the forecast. temperatures are staying on the
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cooler side, marty. >> thank you so much. breaking news from overnight. 40 people are dead following the horrific bus crash in brazil. >> it was carrying 50 passengers when it plunge dollars down the rave veep late last night and fell some 1300 feet. this is new video showing the aftermath of the crash and you can see the victims being pulled from the wrengage. official cause of the crash. and it appears the driver lost control while trying to turn a sharp curve. more breaking news from overnight. this is a dramatic video. >> two of the acrobatics team crashing during a practice session at the lima air show. it was caught on camera. you can see the planes collide. one burst into a ball of flame and crashes to the ground k. >> truly stunning part of this. >> everyone survived. the pilots ejected las vegas
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the planes burst into flames. it is more than # daysince two officers were wounded ounce the ferguson police department. in the wake of the search. there is an improvement in community and police recommendations. >> they are coming together to talk. >> we have the story. >> i respect what is happening here. this is what needs to happen. this dialogue. >> reporter: it is late friday night and just outside the ferguson police department and two officers come face to face. instead of tension between the groups. there are handshakes and even hugs. >> she always said come stand out here with us. >> easier said than done. all you have to do is take that off. >> but the fact of the matter is, i can wear this. and still agree with what you are saying. i don't agree with all of them. >> well, st. louis county ltd lurecht is standing south on
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the road. and he knows many of them by name. >> one of the things that worked for me is getting to know people out here. that obvious will you helps when situations get dense. >> they know who i am and they know who you are. >> there is real talk. >> the ran we step and tooked to the steps. >> we say them happened down. >> we won't want that. >> biggest issues got us out here. >> don't treat me different than another man that committed the time and he is my caucasian counterpart. >> the conversation is pointed but peaceful. >> on wednesday night in the very spot. it was a different scene. and with tensions running high. >> protestors called for more city and law enforcement leaders to resign after police chief stepped down. in the wake of the report. and showed racial bias in his
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police force. and then two officers were shot. one in the how old ter and one in the face. >> both are out of the hoapt recovering. >> this continues. and pro tises have guy ged down. they stood? the rain to show support for the embattled police department. >> addressing the department of justice report. we need time to do that. he needs time to do that. and they are expecting that to happen overnight. it doesn't happy that way. >> it is a what he faindz encouraging. >> it is very important. and shows that there are still people in the community that shows they support law enforcement. and the leadership and community. >> they may not always see eye to eye with city leaders. >> they will shake hands with the officers. and hand over to this side of the stra calling for change. >> cnn, ferguson, missouri.
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>> still head for you. >> they are back on a winning track. we will show you when we come back. we will take a live look outside. >> approach of the east bay. and approach of the bay bridge. >> looking east. and pretty haste say there. and they are expecting a high today of 78 figure degrees. and it is 61 in oakland. >> we will be right back. that's why mattress discounters good deed dogs is raising money to train service dogs for people with disabilities. i would never imagine a life without an assistance dog ever again. i relied on people a lot. he helps me live a more independent life. bulldog: we need your help to do more. give at mattressdiscountersdogs.com, or any mattress discounters. mattress discounters good deed dogs helping dogs help people ♪♪
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. they are getting back on the track. and meeting with the knicks at oracle. it was steph curry celebrating his birthday in style. great passes there. and 11 assists for him. clay thompson adding 27-points for the warriors with 6-3s and they combined for 29-points in half time. that highlights the 47-points. 2nd quarter that blue the game open. eighth straight home victory. they will take on the lakers at
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home tomorrow night at 7:30. in hockey, they played in and it is 6-2 at the tank. joe thornton and karlson scored for the shacks. it wasn't nearly enough. they find them out of the wild card spot and shy of third place calgary in the pacific division. >> they hit the road for a seven game two week trip that starts tuesday night in winnipeg. turning to baseball and former jiep i giants -- giants manager al rosen has died. he helped build the team that reached the world series in 199. he was responsible for drafting matt williams and bringing will clarng up from the minor leagues. as a player. he was named the 1953 mvp for the cleveland indians and played against the giants.
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he was 91 years-old. coming up we have a back cetd for you. lots of new faces on the 49ers and raiders and we go one on one with joe panic. it is a full half hour. all the sports needs sunday night at nine right after the news. >> this is a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. we can see clouds in the distance and should be clearing away. right now. 65 looking for a high today of 74. we will be right back.
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. in the midst of the drought. they are meeting to enforcing water restrictions. although the state allows $500 fines for wasting water. some local agencies are reluck
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tantd to crackdown on water wasters. they want that to change and adding more restrictions and also start tracking enforcement of all the rules. all of this in light of a dismal prediction from a scientist that said there is one year of water left in california reservoirs. kind of a sobering thought as we continue to enjoy plenty of sunshine. dan rubin said that will change in the north bay. >> not at the bay bridge toll plaza. >> five minutes ago, we saw him on the lensz and food time to be a spider because of that drought. he is not get going washed out. >> we have the dewpoints in the bay area. and that is very isolated. en and temperatures pretty nice. >> san francisco 61 and concord at 58. livermore checking in at 55. quite a bit warmer than this time yesterday. >> higher temperatures won't get to where they were
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yesterday's. >> today, tomorrow, much cooler. high clouds again. and in fact, tuesday into wednesday. and we will see some rain return. this is the highest elevations. we are talking mountain tops. hilltops and for most of us. it is not raining. and into a seven-day forecast. in a bit, marty. thanks a lot. family members of a man feat tally shot by napa police remembered him with a walk. it started at the home of jaime jimenezrks where he was shot. they want justice and the public to know who he was to them. >> and he is extremely messed right now.
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>> officers shot jimenezon a motorcycle and serve a search warrant for drugs and firearms. and abc seven shows the scene on friday. the suspect reached for a canned gun when they tried to stop him. they shot jimenez. where he later died. they recovered a handgun. meteorologist a.m. fetd minute and substantial amount of money from jimenez. they found a dead crow that tested positive for the west nile virus. this could neen an early start for the season. >> last year was the most active year and even though it had the fewest mosquitoes. it is continuing to the spread of the virus. because mosquitoes and birds have fewer water spots to gather. increasing the chance of spreading the virus. 10 americans are returning home to the u.s. to be monitored for the ebola virus. they were in sierra leone.
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and haven't been diagnosed with the disease. and they said they will be monitored to see if they show any symptoms. >> one in anyones brass candlestick or lat at that point at that -- or atlanta. a guy clone devastated vanuatu. uthey lost their homes and include sleepy mess and water. australia programming $5 million in aid package. they packed sustained winds of up to 150 miles an hour. and six people are confirmed dead and officials are saying. the death toll is expected to rise. >> the kurdish government in iraq has evidence that isis used chemical weapons. in a statement released, they
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claim isis used chlorine gas during a car bomb attack back in january. iraqi officials encourage fighting in syria made similar allegations about isis using low grade chemical weapons. en meanwhile they tip to clash and retake saddam hussein's hometown of ttikrit. >> -- particular creet. -- tikrit. this is the annual parade and festival. emily turner was there for the festivities. >> reporter: it won't be a st. patrick's parade without beads, beer and lots and lots of green. >> happy st. patty's day. >> the parade and festival celebrate irish history and cut tour. it is the largest irish event. it is so special. and abel sanchez. he stuck around for 40 years.
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>> this is the most festive parade yet. >> and it is around 100,000. >> i love it. and reminds me. i am not from ireland but scotland is not that far from it. i just love all the people and musical instruments and my kids. taking up all the candy. >> some of them are just as festive with the entries in the parade. >> sure, the actual day isn't until tuesday. but no one seemed to care. >> st. patty's day is special: and it is the love and the energy and the color. i have my shillelagh here. >> it is a nice warm atmosphere. >> in san francisco, kron 4 news.
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. the niners roster continues to change and they may have ended the we can with good news. this is beat writer ben cohen and why so many players are retiring at a young age. we are keeping our eye on the weather. some changes are coming to the bay area. we will have the forecast coming up. why one federal study find a ct heart scans may not be pet ter than old station shod cams like it was once believed.
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. they are investigating four officers with the racial slur text messages. they came to light during the corruption trial of former officer. and the text feature messages against african-americans. filipinos and gays. they feature centers and other people using the phrase white power repeatedly. san francisco police say they
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reassigned the officers during the investigation. federal study find the heart scans may not be better than old fashioned exrams. >> ct scans are used for a a detailed look at the heart. and arteries. they found those. and older exams are equally effective. how much radiation they are getting. and the study was discussed yesterday at american issue college of conference taking lace in san diego. >> much more ahead on the kron 4 news weekend. >> back to work as well. >> take a live like outside. >> expecting a nice day on the peninsula. >> this is # 0 degrees. expected in san jose. and currently it is 66 degrees. we will be right back.
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. >> s eastbound and westbound both. looking good and golden gate bridge looking good as well. it is over the golden gate bridge and it is the cut off for rain and we could see later this evening into tomorrow and by cut off point this is the corn most point and this is in santa rosa. and san rafael. and it will dissipate by monday morning. temperatures though. staying on the cooler side. it is ridiculously hot and still warm. >> low 70s. and tuesday. we will see mostly cloudy skies. this is a pattern we repeat throughout the week. >> temperatures in the low 70s. >> it is still pretty nice. >> san francisco and 62. and it is 63 right now in san carlos and off to a great start sunday afternoon and in fact as we look at the temperatures rather. we see them warming up and beyond where they already are.
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by this evening. they will fall off quite a bit. we will see temperatures start to dip down where they were. and future cast four and come being into the rain at north bay and push into the overnight hours. they will swoop down and it is going to dissipate there after. it is a thing of the past and we are pushing offshore. you won't see yellow or red popping up and indicating pretty light rain for the most part and around the bay forecast. and it is tuesday to wednesday. highest elevations for most of us. we will remain dry and you can see. temperatures on the cooler side and still pretty nice. >> it is a very tough week. >> niner nation. >> with arrests and rumors over the past week. >> beat writer cohen will start with what they call black monday. >> this is the worse in the history of the franchise.
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and it was interesting. i interviewed him. and the enter career. and i can go to him turning to baseball and he will stand there and talk to me for half an hour. that means nothing. athletes reveal 2% of their personality and you can't learn anything about someone in an interview. >> how do you think the 49ers handled this. they will conduct their own internal investigation and go from there. it is tough to say. it is not the season. similar thing happened with ray mcdonald in september. that happened before the season was going to start. there were press wrercheses every day and is he going to be on the fields.
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towing to ask and this is the number 1 topic with the niners. what are you going to do. what is your plan. >> where does it fit in with the proclamation that they are going to win with class. >> it flies in the face of that proclamation. he said they will win with contracts. >> -- with crass. they sign a player or something like this happens, it remind you, this is one of the least classiest right now. >> it was tough for them to say good-bye to frank gore and then the patrick willis retirement. >> frank hurt and when he signed with the colts and he said on the website. on the video. the reason he signed with the colts. he wanted a chance to win the super bowl. meaninging, he wouldn't have
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had it with the south florida niners. >> he is only 30 years-old. he said his feet hurt. >> he seemed like a proud athlete who wants to be on the field if he is the best. but he said his feet have been hurting his entire career. and you wonder why. if the, you have to think if he felt he had a chance for one more super bowl. one more super bowl run, he would go through training camp and risk another concussion. but if he looks at the team honestly. and think therapy on a downhill slide. i can't come back and give it 100%. >> you can come back. and give it 50%. >> but football is not that kind of sport. >> you have to be committed to do doing training camp. >> sorry. i have to retire. >> at the img of 30. so many retirements.
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and it is to observers like yourself and patrick willis and across the bay in oakland. >> retiring from the raiders. and four years in the league. retiring at 26. what is going on. >> it is a little bit of a different case. if he could play, he would. and jake is different. he is 26. the thing is he is not very good. numbers have the gotten worse every year and he gets serious injuries. he hurt his hip. and so, made about 10 million in his career. set for life. maybe he wants to walk street when he is older. >> i am rich, happy. i didn't establish myself as a great player. maybe i am not going to. maybe there are other things. i admire it. >> to be able to walk away like that. >> yes. >> speaking of the raiders. they have a lot of money to spend. and they went outlooking for a top flight players. and hitting a lot of singles
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and doubles. not a lot of home runs. >> the main one they wanted is nad ndamukong suh. >> that is one person and then the team is good if he signs with the raiders. who is next to me. behind me. he knows the defense isn't good. football, you can't go out and sign one guy and turn the entire franchise around. people aren't going to warrant to come and waste their career. they have to build through the draft. >> they did a good job last time. >> and they are a few years away. they are not going to jump start in the off season. this is not enticement to a lot of players. they look at it admitting that winning isn't important for them. and it as bad look. >> going back to the niners. >> big rumors. this is colin kaepernick and they came out to squash that. >> is there any heat there?
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>> i can't among the person who greek the story made it up. >> they were making phone calls. >> they don't want to trade cal loin kaepernick. >> there aren't that many quarterbacks in the world. they have 20 pest. and if they were to trade them. he is not one of the 100 best. >> so. they are stuck with colin kaepernick for one year. maybe they would like to see what his value is at now. >> but that is 365 days down the road. >> what about michael crabtree. >> a lot of talk that he is on the way out the door. >> he is definitely on the way out the door. they signed torre smith who is extremely fast. >> good compliment to anquan boldin. and they were the same receiver. slow. >> crabtree duplicated them. >> he played next to anquan boldin in baltimore. and he has to find another job.
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>> so, the 49ers are becoming ravens west. >> as far as the wide receivers go. >> if they only any could get the super bowl championship, too. >> we will be right back.
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coming up on kron 4 news weekend, what may seem like something small to some is a big deal to others. dan reuben will be eloping to explain the cooldown. and a field trip turns dangerous after a bus catches fire. mike pellton is live in the east bay. he'll explain how it was the fast action of a deputy that saved the day.
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we're following the weather this morning. we saw record breaking temperatures around the bay yesterday. we can stell tell that it's off to a cool start. we have changes ahead. dan reuben has that in the morning weather. i'm marty gonzalez. thanks for joining us for kron 4 news this weekend. we do have changes in store. >> you can really see with the golden gate bridge shot. that's something we didn't have much of yesterday, the clouds, when we had the record high temperatures. my goodness, we either set or tied ten records yesterday all around the bay area. it was just sweltedderring hot. call it swelters. it was a little too hot tore me. here's something we didn't have yesterday. wind. the breezy conditions are going to help cool things down. san francisco, 61. we're at 60 in oakland. san carlos at 64 now. just turning over concord at 64 now. so warming up quite a bit
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already. for your day planner, you can see temperatures are going to keep getting warmer. although not as warm as they were yesterday. we're going to see 70s throughout the bay area. 80s on board. san jose, sunny veil, could get warm before the end of the day, but they will fall off quite a bit in the evening hours. that's when we could see northbound rain. i will talk about that coming up later. >> we begin with breaking news this hour we've been following for you all morning long. a field trip took a frightening turn in the east bay. a bus full of kids catches fire, and it was the fast action of a sheriff's deputy that saved the the day. it all happened last night. kron 4's mike pellton at the medical center. mike? >> well, good morning, party. i spoke with the lieutenant earlier this morning. she says absolutely call that deputy a hero for helping that large group of kids get off the burning bus. clearly that deputy was in the
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right place at the right time. take a look as the bus caught fire late last night. the sheriff's office tells me around 40 teenage kids and three adults from arizona were on some type of a field trip when they say one of the tires caught fire. the bus pulled over to the shoulder and as it happened, an off duty sheriff's deputy was on his way to work, rushed over to help the kids. authorities say the deputy made sure everyone got off the bus safely as it filled with smoke. the hospital confirmed to me this morning all seven people were treated and released for minor injuries, including smoke inhalation. most of the students on that bus were girls. some were deaf and use sign language. it's unknown where they were headed. the bus belongs to a company called the vine transportation. i spoke with the representative for that company this morning,
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but he tells me since there's -- since it's the weekend, there's no one to comment on the accident or the injuries. >> so nice 0qbdto know that everybody is safe and sound this morning. we have been trying to reach out to the deputy who saved day. we would like to see if he would like to talk about his heroic actions. if he does, we'll have it for you on kron 4 news. happening right now, police are looking for a man who stabbed two people in a grocery store parking lot. it happened yesterday afternoon in santa clara at the safeway. police received the report of a fight. when they arrived, they found the victims. both are expected to recover. now, update on a tragic story we've been following all week. an east bay mother killed while shielding her kids from a gun battle. a large crowd remembered her. we spoke to her friends and family. >> sharing a bay area, locked
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-- sharing a prayer, locked hand in hand, an emotional crowd remembers the lives lost. putting a focus on the deadly circumstances countless victims' families face when a loved one dies at the hand of gun violence. >> the most recent tragedy being a 30-year-old mother. >> pierce's older sister speaks for the family. >> this pain is something that i never expected to ever experience. >> now that this is her reality, she tells others the violence has to stop. >> take a moment and think about what you're doing before you do it because a lot of times you put innocent lives at risk. the focus switches to celebrating life. president of the oakland city council says she hopes the
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people wielding guns on the streets are paying attention to all of this. >> so that they will put the guns down and choose life. >> she went to work. she came home. she fed the kids, made sure that they had baths, made sure they did their homework. she participated in their activities. she participated in their school. she prayed. that day changed our lives forever. we'll never be the same. >> all of this happening while in the backdrop, the police department says it's continuing its investigation into the pierce murder and say that more arrests could be coming. in oakland, felipe girard, kron 4 news. eastbound 580, we now know a total of 16 cars were involved in a wreck. investigators say it all started with a smaller pileup. when those cars started moving over to the shoulder, another
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crash occurred. one man was killed. a woman was airlifted out with critical injuries. five other people were hurt as well. still no word on what caused the initial crash, but lanes of the freeway were closed for about four hours last night. still ahead for you on kron 4 news this weekend, authorities investigating a bus crash in brazil. we'll show you the dramatic pictures. and the west nile virus making its way to the bay area. experts explain what you need to know about the virus. children need all the diversions they can get. one hospital is using beads. we'll explain why.
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he turns theme parks into an original haunted husband. >> it's a natural thing to try as a hobby. >> it's that creativity and energy that makes the bay area so special. that's why we want to tell your story. to many of us, beads may seem like small pieces of glass or plastic on a string. for kids battling cancer, they can mean so much more. we explain in today's health minute. >> there are glass beads, ceramic beads, shiny plastic beads, but this is no jewelry
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store. this is the aflac cancer center in atlanta. each one of these beads represent as treatment for a child with cancer. all part of a national program called beads of courage. these particular strands belong to 7-year-old gauge tanner. >> it gives him something to look forward to and something to do. we're in the hospital. he can bead his string. >> in the two years since he cáx more than 500 chemo treatments. for each one, he got a bead. he's also gotten a bunch for stays in the icu, physical therapy, and losing his hair. >> for some kids, it's a way for them to show what they've been through for a really young kid going through this, it's a way for his parents to go through this and show them at a later time. >> and that's especially important for gage whose brother is not always with him at the hospital.
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through it all, he's been a trooper. i'm micaela perarra. we've had record breaking temperatures for march. we'll talk about those when we come back, and we'll talk about the changes ahead. also, temperatures in livermore expected to heat up to 79 degrees, which is still pretty hot, considering we're still in march. we'll be right back. bulldog: you don't need superpowers to help someone. sometimes, all it takes is a warm heart and a cold nose. that's why mattress discounters good deed dogs is raising money
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the national weather service, temperatures reaching up to 90 degrees in san diego and los angeles counties. high temperatures bringing crowds of people to the beach in numbers usually seen in the summertime. well, we did break a lot of records weatherwise yesterday. but it's going to cool off little bit. >> yeah, it couldn't come sooner for me. it's a little hot for me.
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this is a live look at the san mateo bridge. we had 10 records either set or tied. five of the records were the warmest it was in march for five of these cities. those are the ones notated by the asterisk. previous record was 81, but it -- it's not nearly as warm today we'll have showers in the north bay. that will spread into monday morning. more cloud coverage and we could see isolated showers in the higher elevations in the south bay. oddly enough, temperatures 59 in san francisco. 63 in oakland. 64 for concord. 62 in antioch. a little warmer start today than we had yesterday. we're just not going to get quite as high or quite as hot. san francisco, 73. 78 in oakland. 73 is our high temperature in
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hayward. 77 is what we'll get up to in fremont. it's going is to scatter throughout the north bay. i would be surprised if it gets further south than the golden gate bridge. another cell is a splinter cell. places around monterey and mt. hamilton but for the most part we'll be staying dry. breaking news this morning. the number of people killed in a bus crash in brazil has risen to 49 now. the bus was carrying about 50 passengers when it plunged down a ravine late last night. this is the aftermath of the crash. you can see victims being pulled from the wreckage.
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the official sauce of the crash is under investigation, but it appears the driver lost control while trying to turn on a sharp curve. more breaking news from overnight. take a look at this video from malaysia. a team crashing at thely lima airport. you can see the planes collide. one of them burst into a ball of fire and crashes to the ground. the stunning part of this is everyone survived. the video shows the pilots ejected just before the plane burst into flames. it has been more than three days since two officers were wounded at a protest outside the ferguson police department. investigators still searching for the shooter. in the wake of the search, there's been an improvement as both sides are coming together to talk. here's the story. >> i respect what's happening here. this is what needs to happen, this dialogue. >> it's late friday night and just outside of the ferguson police department, a group of
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protesters and two st. louis county police officers come face to face. instead of tension between the groups, there are handshakes and even hugs. >> she always says, come stand out here with us. well, easier said than done. >> now all you have to do is take that off. >> the fact of the matter is i can wear this and still agree with some of the things you're saying. i don't agree with all of them. >> while st. louis county police lieutenant jerry lore is often standing on the opposite side of these protesters, he knows many of them by name. >> one of the things that has worked for me is getting to know people out here. it helps when situations get tense. it's easier to diffuse it if they know who i am and who they are. >> the reason we stepped and took to the streets is because we seen one of our young brothers gunned down by police. >> that's one of the big issues that got us out here.
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if i committed a crime, don't treat me different that created a crime that's my caucasian counterpart. >> on wednesday night in this very spot, it was a different scene with tensions running high. protesters called for more city and law enforcement leaders to resign after ferguson police chief tom jackson stepped down in the wake of a department of justice report showing widespread racial bias. and then two officers were shot. one in the shoulder, and the other in the face. both are out of the hospital recovering. >> as the manhunt continues, protests have quieted down. and friday a group stood in the rain to show support for the embattled police department. >> he's addressing the department of justice report. we need time to do that. he needs time to do that. and people are expecting it to
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happen overnight. it doesn't happen that way. >> it's a sentiment ferguson mayor james noll finds encouraging. >> i think it's important. there are still people in the community who feel they support law enforcement and leadership. >> while this group may not always see eye to eye with city leaders, they will shake hands with these officers and head back to its side of the street to continue calling for change. >> the washington post reports that jeb bush used his private e-mail account when he served as florida governor to discuss security and military issues. according to the newspaper, the e-mail exchanges included details of florida national guard troop deployments after the september 11th attacks. the post also reports that bush discussed the protection of nuclear attacks on his personal account. aides to bush say none of the e- mails contained classified information and many of the events were documented in news
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reports at the time. the white house is sending a warning to republican senator bob coker to stay out of nuclear negotiations with iran. in a letter the white house chief of staff tells senator coker his bill which would allow congress to vote on an iran nuke deal would derail negotiations. the senator wrote that president obama last week saying there's significant growing bipartisan support for congress to have a voice in any iran agreement. the white house has threatened to veto such a measure. much more ahead on kron news weekend. we'll get into sports highlights. first, let's take a live look outside. san mateo bridge this time around.
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turning to bay area sport this is morning, the warriors beat the knicks last night. it was their eighth straight
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home vic victory. steph curry had great passes. he played on his 27th birthday 27th birthday. thompson haded 26 points. the the brothers combined for 20 points. it was a 40-point 2nd quarter for the warriors that blew the game open. they will take on the l.a. lakers at the oracle arena. in hockey, things are not looking good for the san jose sharks. the hawks broke a long drought. for san jose, it was carlson and joe thornton scoring the only two points for the sharks. that was not nearly enough. the sharks find themselves four points out of the wild card spot. san jose hits the road for a 7- game two-week trip beginning tuesday night in winnipeg. >> happening today, we will find out who gets tickets to the big dance. the ncaa basketball
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championship, national chap. the tournament brackets will be released this afternoon but no bay area teams are expected to make the tournament. >> some sad news in baseball for the giants and the organization. former giants general manager al rosens has died. he was tired by the rosen back in 1985 and helped build the team that reached the world series in 1989. rosen was responsible for drafting matt williams and bringing up will clark from the minors. as a player, al rosen was named the 1953 mvp for the cleveland indians. he also played against the giants in the 1954 world series. al rosen was 91 years old. coming up sunday night on sports night live, march madness is finally here and kron 4 has a bracket for you. plus, a lot of new faces on the raider. who won and who lost with our football expert. it's a full half hour of all of your sports needs right after
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the news. >> all right. jason, thanks a lot. taking a live look outside at golden gate bridge. cloudy skies out there right now. hopefully that will clear up. it should get up to about 74 degrees later today. for those who appreciate quality and precision, here's grounds for celebration. experience exceptional coffee and espresso in one essential machine and delivered to you with a push of a button. the nespresso vertuoline.
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we're back on kron 4 news weekend. time to talk weather. here's dan reuben. >> we have winds this morn. that's a welcomed experience for me. we didn't have winds yesterday. we also didn't have this much cloud coverage over the golden gate bridge. in fact, increasing clouds into tomorrow. we could see isolated showers, isolated to the north bay. that's they shouldn't swing south of the golden gate bridge. nice all over. san francisco at 60. san jose at 66. concord at 64. san carlos sitting at 64. livermore checking in at 60.
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the high temperatures, though, just not going to get up to the same degree that they were yesterday. we had record breaking temperatures all over. in fact, here is the temperature trend just for redwood city. we hit 81 on yesterday. monday, 71. in fact, falling out of the 70s, 69 is our anticipated high for tuesday. that's a trend we're going to see throughout the bay area. i will exband on that -- expand on that a little more coming up. >> thank you, dan. new this morning two people are displaced following a fire that caused the roof of their home to collapse. happened just before 9:00 last night on the corner of rose creek drive in san jose. investigators believe the fire started because of a problem in the wiring of the home's attic. also new this morning. authorities looking for a rookie lapd officer. police say 27-year-old henry salis has not been seen since friday after an ontario man was
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shot and killed after a fight. he was still in his probationary period and was off duty at the time. he didn't show up for work yesterday, and they have reason to believe he knows detectives are looking for him. family members of a man fatally shot by napa police remember him with a memorial walk on saturday night. the vigil started at the home of jaime jimenez and ended a few houses down from where he was shot. they also want the public to know who he was in addition to justice. >> we want to show he's not a bad man. he was very good. so kindhearted. he would give his shirt to anybody. you know, he's a very loyal friend and family member. and he's extremely missed right now. >> police say an officer shot jimenez after he sped past him on a motorcycle. she were able to serve a search warrant at his home for drugs and firearms. video from our partnership with abc 7 shows the scene on
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friday. police say the suspect reached for a handgun when they tried to stop him. an officer shot jimenez who was taken to a hospital where he later died. officers say they recovered a handgun, methamphetamine, and a substantial amount of money from jimenez. >> the real holiday still a couple of days away, but for thousands of people in san francisco, st. patrick's day came early. saturday was the annual parade and festival and kron 4est emily turner was there for all the festivities. >> it wouldn't be a st. patrick's day parade without beads, beer, and lots and lots of green. >> the 164th parade and festival celebrates irish history and culture. it's also the largest event. it's so special to abeal sanchez that she stuck around for 30 years. >> honor our country, honor our heritage, honor everything. so i love it. >> he says this is the most festive parade yet. everyone and everything showed
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off their irish spirit. the crowd numbered around 100,000. >> i love it. it reminds me of home. i'm not from ireland, but scotland is not far from it. so i just love all the people, the musical instruments. my kids taking up all the candy. it's great. >> some of the spectators were just as festive as the 133 entries in this year's parade. sure, the actual day isn't until tuesday, but in this crowd, no one seemed to care. >> st. patty's day has always been special. the love, the energy, the color. >> i've always liked the irish culture. it's just a nice, warm, loving, fun atmosphere. >> happy st. patrick's day. >> in san francisco, emily turner, kron 4 news. >> turning now to national news, another deadly officer involved shooting in wisconsin.
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police in kenosha -- police say when confronted, the suspect armed himself with a weapon, and opened fire. officials don't say the type of weapon the suspect had. this comes the the same day as a man killed by officers in madison, wisconsin less than two weeks ago was laid to rest. ten americans are returning to the u.s. to be monitored for the ebola virus. the group was in sierra leone doing volunteer work. they have not been diagnosed with the disease. they will be monitored to see if they show any symptoms. they will be treated at three possible hospitals. one in nebraska and one in maryland and a facility in atlanta. relief supplies are headed to -- after a deadly cyclone devastated the pacific island nation. you're looking at video showing the damage. australia sent two military aircraft with emergency supplies along with medical and rescue teams to help the people
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who have lost their homes. the sup lies include hygiene kits, blankets, water. australia has also promised an aid package. winds were 150 miles per hour. six people are confirmed dead. officials say that the death toll is expected to go up. at least 14 people are dead and dozens of others wounded after suicide bombers attacked a christian community in eastern pakistan. the pakistani taliban claiming responsibility for the deadly attack and warned of many more to come. witnesses say the man blew himself up outside a church as a security guard stopped him from entering. the other blast took place inside during sunday mass. a child and police officer are said to be among the dead. the kurdish god in iraq is claiming -- government in iraq is claiming isis used chemical weapons. it's claimed they used chlorine
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gas during a car bomb attack in january. iraqi officials and kurds fighting in syria have made similar allegations against isis using low grade chemical weapons. they continue to clash with militants as they try to retake saddam hussein's hometown. hear about the man who died saving fellow americans. also, ct scans may not be as effective as you think and why old fashioned heart exams may be better. we'll explain social media's dark side.
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>> the tweet sent around the world, the facebook photo that went too far and the casualties. the cutthroat world social media leaves behind. it's a form of punishment that has not been used in over a century, public shaming. and though the digital version does not involve the pillarly and whips of old, the result is similar. the now famous tweet joking about getting aids in africa. she tweeted before getting on a plane and before she landed, it went viral. it not only brought her humiliation, it also cost her her high profile pr job. another photo posted of herself mocking a sign at arlington national cemetery. it was one of a series of
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photos. this one went viral. she was widely vilified. these are just two examples of a growing public shaming trend. one that serves as a stark reminder that it takes years of hard work to build a career and a mere seconds to push the send button on a post that could destroy it. lindsey kincaid, cnn. coming up on kron 4 news, the west nile virus making an early appearance in the east bay. first, let's go ahead and take a live look outside at fso this time around. we'll be right back.
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in the mid-of california's -- midst of california's drought, some local agencies are reluctant to crack down on water wasters. state officials want that to
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change. they will meet to discuss more restrictions. all of this is in light of a prediction of nasa scientist who says there's only one year of water left in california's reservoirs. it's only march and the west nile virus has made its way to the bay area. the latest case coming out of fremont where a resident found a dead bird that tested positive for the virus. the first bird was found in may. specialists are saying it's surprising a crow was found this early in the year. alica -- alicia reed was told -- if it has a low infection, it can survive and carry the virus for a while before it dies. >> compared to recent years, the fewest number of mosquitoes
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was found in 2014. it was the less active year for alameda county. >> we had a total of 97 birds we found. 16 mosquito pool and one human. now the virus is showing up months earlier. you would think because of the current drought there would be less chances for the disease to spread, but that's not the case. in a drought year there,'s fewer water sources. so the mosquitoes and birds tend to congregate around the water sources. >> the dead bird found in alameda had an acute infection. environmentalists say that's what killed it. >> there was a lot of virus within that bird. >> these are trapped mosquitoes from newark. females need protein from blood to produce eggs. then they look like this. >> so each can contain two to 300 eggs. those eggs can produce a couple hundred mosquitoes. >> that's kron 4's alicia reed
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reporting. it's time to be vigilant. if there are any neglected swimming pools or if you find a dead bird, you should double bag it and call abatement, and they will take care of it. san francisco police investigating four officers in connection with the racial slur text messages. they came to light during a friday court hearing during the corruption trial of former san francisco police officer ian fermenger. it was' blacks, mexicans, and guys. it also featured people using the phrase white power repeatedly. san francisco police say they have reassigned the officers during the investigation. thousands turned out in west philadelphia saturday to say good-bye to a fallen hero. police departments from across the country paid their respects to officer robert wilson the third. he was shot and killed in the line of duty a week and a half ago during an attempted robbery at a game stop store. he was buying a gift for his
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son when two armed robbers walked in the door. they fought the officer and wilson drew fire away from other patrons. wilson's friends and fellow officers remember his warm smile and caring nature. >> i've been in policing for 46 years, and i have never witnessed an act of bravery like i saw that day. >> i will always be there for you, just as i know he would do for my family. >> officer wilson was promoted to sergeant. a federal study finds a ct heart scans may not be better than old fashion exams. ct scans have been deuced for about a decade and there are the type of x-ray that gives a look at heart arteries. the study found the scans and treadmill tests are equally effective, but it raises concern about how much radiation patients are getting. andy samburg has been
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chosen to host this year's prime time emmy awards. he won an emmy for saturday night live. he also won for his role on brooklyn's 999. it will air from the nokia theater. nominations will be announced on july 16th. and bristol palin is engaged engaged. daughter of sarah palin is set to marry dakota meyer. she announced her engagement on a social media blog, showing these photos. the soon to be mother-in-law, sarah palin, shared hair excitement on facebook, calling meyer an american hero and patriot and a good and kind man. prince charles is getting personal, opening up about his life in a rare interview. the possible future king of england talks about his ten- year marriage to camilla and their upcoming trip to the u.s. max foster has the story. i must admit --
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>> and twice often those encounters have taken place at the white house. during charles' tours of the united states. >> it's a country that you've visited many times officially and privately. it's a country you're very fond of. >> i think i've been 20 times or something in the last 45 years. it shows how old i'm getting. >> as prince charles and the duchess of cornwall prepare for their tour of the u.s., he granted me an exclusive interview. he shared memories of past visits. >> i remember the first time. we were invited to stay, my sister and i, in 1970 at the white house by president nixon for the weekend. that was quite amusing, i must say. that was a time they were trying to marry me off to
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trisha nixon. >> ten years ago camilla joined charles, their first official overseas visit. >> 2005, your first joint overseas tour with your new wife, the the duchess of cornwall. what are your memories of that visit? >> i remember we had a very jolly time in california, i seem to remember. that was max foster reporting. prince charles' tour of the u.s. begins next week in washington, dc. still ahead for you on kron 4 news weekend, we'll recap today's top stories and take a look outside this. time around, the richmond san rafael bridge. hardly any traffic to talk about this morning. we'll be right back.
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some of the big stories we're following for you this sunday morning, an off duty sheriff deputy being called a hero this morning as a bus car rig children catches -- carrying children catches fire. seven people had to be taken to the hospital. the off-duty deputy spotted the bus fire and rushed to the scene. he then began quickly getting kids off the bus. officials say the bus' wheel well caught on fire. officers still investigating the accident. an east bay mother killed while shielding her children from a gun battle was remembered saturday outside of oakland city hall. a large crowd gathering to pay respects to her. the emotional crowd also remembered all the lives lost in oakland. pierce was the 19th lost this year. the family says the violence
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has to stop. they will continue their investigate into the pierce murder and more arrests could be coming. at least 49 people are dead this morning following a horrific bus crash in brazil. the bus was carrying about 50 passengers when it plunged down a ravine late last night, falling 1300 feet. rescuers were pulling victims out of the wreckage. the official cause of the crash is under investigation, but officials say it appears that the driver lost control while trying to turn a sharp curve. >> this cat is anything but ordinary. she's the world's oldest living cat. the feline is named tiffany two. she celebrated her 27th 27th birthday this weekend in san diego. >> now it's equal to 125 human years. tiffany 2 was born on march 19 march 19th, 1988. her owner bought her for $10 from a local pet store when the
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feline was just six weeks old. happy birthday. taking a look at the 7-day forecast for the bay area. we're expecting cooler temperatures around the bay compared to yesterday's record breaking temperatures in some spots. then it's going to continue to cooldown. there might be a chance for showers north of the golden gate overnight into tomorrow. but mostly cloudy skies tomorrow and then we'll stay again temperatures higher than normal for this time of year as we kick off the last week of winter and start to officially i enter spring at the end of the week. but temperatures should remain in the 70s around the bay. that's going to wrap things up for this sunday morning. i'm marty gonzalez. thanks a lot for watching. join us for kron 4 news weekend next saturday at 7:00 and kron 4 news tonight at 8:00. have yourself a great day. bye-bye.
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