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by your body. megared. the difference is easy to absorb. in vatican city, pope francis celebrated this morning with a tens of thousands of people were in attendance. >> dave: tortures for new
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>> justine:our top story this morning is out of the east bay. an enraged mother is only talking to kron 4. after her 8- year-old son was shot in the neck in concord. police are now searching for this man, who they believe is the gunman. yesterday we broke the news that he is identified as james jarrard. police say he is armed and dangerous. right now there is a million dollar warrant for his arrest. kron four's kate cagle spoke exclusively with the victim's mother about his recovery. it's a story you will only see on kron four. "everything keeps replaying in my head. and it all comes back to memy son holding his neck.i don't know. i'm still trying to hold myself together. >> reporter:this photo was taken
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of sarah's little boy on his eighth birthday. that was two days ago. the next day.he was shot.'' "he's okay right now. he's stable. he's talkinghe's just sad he wants to come home." friday evening josh was playing in this front yard when two men got in an argument. the men are not related to the little boy but are.or at least were. family friends. in factfamily members say the suspect - james jarrard was actually aiming at his own brother when he opened fire. the bullet went through the pant leg of the intended target and ricocheted - hitting the 8 year old boy in the neck. "he has a bullet lodged in his neck that they cannot remove. he's probably going to live with it for the rest of his life." saturday police placed a million dollar warrant for the arrest of jarrardwho was already on parole for burglary. sarah knows him well.she knows it was an accidentshe just wants justice for what happened
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to her son. "i don't even know what i'm feeling. how i'm feeling. how to feel. what to feel." sarah says she doesn't know where jarrard might be hidingbut she has a message if he's watching at home. "i told you a hundred times. my kids are out here my kids are out here." "if you have any kind of care for my kids. any kind of heart. turn yourself in dude." "please turn yourself in so we can all rest." >> justine: cerritos' taken the chance city from terse control. they took control of the keys of u.s.-made. >> justine: to murder killed and brussels trust
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government forces had theand we are also learning this morning about two americans killed in the terror attacks in brussels. justin and stephanie shults were a married couple from tennessee. they were hit by one of the two suicide bombs at the city's airport on tuesday. justin and stephanie had lived in brussels for about two years. justin's employer in belgium says he will be remembered as intelligent, kind and loyal. more breaking news we are following this morning police are conducting more raids in belgium. the raids are happening in brussels and two other cities. this comes after several arrests were made yesterday in connection to tuesday's deadly attacks at the brussels airport and subway station. c-n-n's jeremy roth has more on those arrests. >> reporter:and this morning we
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are learning goal sixers the warriors record.65 wins and breaking the chicago bull's single season record for most wins in a season. tip-off is tonight at 5:00 at oracle arena. coming up. a water training exercise turned into a real-life rescue. we'll explain how it all happened. plus.in politics. it was a big night for bernie sanders. where he now stands against hillary clinton in the the race for the democratic nomination. and. a warning to mothers buying baby food pouches. we'll tell you why gerber is issuing a major recall.
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>> justine:welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. for your money, here are the stories that could impact your bottom line. gerber is voluntarily recalling some organic baby food products because of a packaging problem. the company says the food could potentially spoil during transportation and handling. the company is recalling two types of organic food pouches. one has pears, carrots, and peas. and the other has carrots, apples, and mangoes. there have been three cases where babies have had minor digestive problems after eating the food. if you're working a minimum wage job, you could eventually say a we'll explain what happened this weekend to make this happen. live look outside. bay bridge toll plaza. for the weekned. it's the union street easter parade in san francisco. check out the cows and mini- floats.
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it's happening on union street from gough to fillmore from 10:00 to 5:00. it's free to attend.
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welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. taking a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at your forecast. >> dave: where will it or to show you swords or preconditions for a 04 or so for a group called commerce your to address
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everyone else in the '60s territory and in returning burke and the trustees would select comfort wondered old record and what social researchers here. use british royal hart temperatures to reduce its dues the notes more some news or orders just rain forest breaks your and lonesome from beryl san ramon and event brown wore bright red some mystery with ncr. even more so tomorrow and the so and therefore trust all we have worsened from the insular temperatures all core with a sore elbow injury comes on top 1/4 letter must a car every zero weeks to choose territory returned part to some abuse and for next weekend.
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>> justine:in bay area headlines. an odd twist along the san francisco shores. seven san francisco fire fighters doing a water rescue training exercise near lands end had to be rescued themselves after their boat capsized late yesterday morning. this is video of the overturned boat from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c-7 news. kron four's philippe djegal reports all of the crew members survived. but some had to be hospitalized. >> reporter:a 30-foot aluminimum north river rescue boat just three years old -- turned upside down in the ocean. nat- helicopter it's seven crew members tossed into the water. all of them seasoned san francisco fire fighters, who this time, were the one's being pulled out of the sea. fire department spokesperson jonathan baxter says one of the men on board was stuck in the water underneath the capsized boat for two minutes, before he was rescued. that fire fighter will spend the night in the hospital. sot- "he was concious. he came up and i grabbed him and then we just started swimming." three others were also
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hospitalized, but with minor injuries. the u-s coast guard called in to help out at around 11-15 in the morning just off the shores of point lobos near lands end. sot- "at first i thought they were fisherman and they deserve what they get, and um, now that i know it was the fire department, it couldn't be any better. why? well, they're out there to learn what to do and they know what not to do now." a local street artist. sot- "i grew up surfing here. this is my backyard." colin gift snapped this photo of the capsized boat shortly after it flipped over. the fire department says its looking into the possibility that the crew ran into a rock before tipping over. bridge two people were rescued by good samaratans. two others were able to reach land themselves, the remaining three had to be pulled out of the water by the fire department. sot- "the boat wasn't designed for that many people from what i can see at this distance." the fire department says water rescue training along the coast isn't out of the ordinary. but incidents involving its own fire fighters like this is. luckily, colin says, everyone survived. sot- "so, the moral of this story? uh, don't overload a
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boat." in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> justine:the san mateo county coroners office identified a body that washed ashore in half moon bay as a 25-year-old missing man. the body of michael dwyer was found on the beach march 9th. his family reported him missing on february 29th after he had not returned home after a visit to the same beach. dwyer's jeep was still parked in the parking lot later that day. and according to the sheriff's office, a witness had seen a man enter the water and get swept out by waves. we have file video of this incident solano county sheriff's deputies are looking for a man who assaulted and robbed.two woman at gunpoint while they were hiking. yesterday afternoon near lake berryessa. around 3p-m.the victims were in the "stebbins cold canyon reserve".when a man with a gun forced the woman off the trail to a secluded area. the suspect assaulted one of the women.then demanded money from them.and then he took off. the man is described as hispanic.about 25 years old.5 feet, 6 inches tall.with short
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black hair and a light mustache.wearing a burgundy shirt and black pants. bcn18:solano co.: deputies a northern california district attorney says no charges will be filed in the deadly dog mauling of a 9-year-old boy earlier this year. on january 3rd alexandria griffin-heady said she left three pit bulls alone with her younger brother in a small trailer while she went to work. when the 24-year-old returned she found her brother had been mauled to death by the three dogs. two of the dogs were actually in a secured kennel but broke out. the d-a says in order to file charges they had to find evidence that shows the sister had a clear disregard for human life.or it was predictable the pit-bulls would attack her brother. those circumstances were not met. it's easter today, and thousands of people are celebrating around the bay area. coming up. a look at how people started the
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celebration a day early is next. live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekned. it's the magic, magic orchestra and chior in san francisco. enjoy singing, prayer and celebration. it's happening at the davies symphony hall from 11:00 to 12:30. the event is free to attend.
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the spring weather is bringing thousands of people to the city this weekend. kron four's jeff pierce joined them as they marked the beginning of the season with an easter celebration. >> reporter: blair host of the north any walt is a host of
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their annual extravaganza. parker erred court stepped member heard your not people cleansing peace.
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"it's about the money we raise it goes a for arts sponsorship for decamps. it's very exciting scholarships getting more and more growing every year. " >> reporter: the muslim as the hope that the spirit brings this to this easter season. "tell the message of peace and helping each other in harmony. >> justine:still ahead. more closures for bart riders. how much extra time you should leave yourself if you're taking bart for the warriors game tonight.
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>> justine:here's a live look from kirkwood ski resort. meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at your forecast. >> dave: the fog is going on out piquancy marin county mixing with drier air her getting the sun back but we have to stay of the variable cloudy story today. but the other factor will be climate control despite some we are getting.
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debitors on the board because of all overnight cloud cover informally in the '50s said rosa is the only exception. the onshore flow with a frontal boundary with cloud cover showing up the models very starkly. downtown san francisco temperatures do not jump out right away but winds northwest attended 20 and that chilly breeze at work by noon some drizzle still possible. the variable clouds and temperature's only in the upper 60s the sunday forecast pans out for the rest of your easter sunday.
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>> justine: if you are planning on taking bart to the warriors game tonight. you might want to give yourself a little extra time. bart's fremont line is closed right now. trains are not running between the san leandro and bay fair stations. the closure is for track maintenance. a free bus bridge is available for riders with no other way to get around. *but bart says that could add an extra 30 to 60 minutes to your travel time. everything should be re-opened by 4 monday morning. this is just the first of *six weekend closures that will take place between now and the middle of june. decision 2016. bernie sanders has won the hawaii democratic caucuses. the victory marks the end of a big night for the sanders campaign. the vermont senator also won caucuses in washington state and alaska. and he won by large margins. in fact, he won all three contests with more than 70- percent of the vote. and during his victory speech sanders took some time to single out his republican counter parts.calling the race for the republican nomination an embarrassment.
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the next primary for both parties is in wisconsin on april 5th. but despite his big win on saturday. sanders still trails clinton by a large margin in the delegate count. clinton currently has more than 17-hundred delegates. sanders has just over a thousand. more than 23-hundred delegates are needed to clinch the nomination. 86 delegates are up for grabs in the next primary in wisconsin. the state's minimum wage could jump from 10-dollars to 15- dollars an hour. after california legislators and labor unions reached an agreement yesterday.
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the specifics of the agreement have not been confirmed, but most proposals have the wage increasing about a dollar per year, for the next five years. until it reaches 15-dollars per hour. this proposal would go before the legislature as part of a minimum-wage bill. at 10-dollars an hour , california already has one of the highest minimum wages in the nation. an increase to 15-dollars would make it the highest by far, though raises are in the works in other states. after a long dealy. crab season is off to a rocky start. kron 4's alecia reid talked to fishermen in half moon bay, who are hopeful it'll be a great season. but they are still waiting to get the "ok" to start selling. natsot - with the anticipation of crab the harbor lit up again sot - coming out for some fresh crab that only the bay area can offer >> reporter:it's the first day of crab season, but fishermen at half moon bay are still standing around with their boats docked. natsot - it's not very good weather. it's nasty out there the weather's bad for crabbing. and there's still a wait to find out how much commercial buyers will pay per pound for
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crab. sot - $3 is where we've been starting the last year or 2, so $3 or more is what we're expecting sample crabs are being checked right now to make sure the shells are not molten, or soft. sot - they wanna pick the meat out and see how much meat is in the shell sot - they're all you know, they're not soft bridge some guys have been out sport fishing for over a month now. check out this bad boy. he is actually of an inch larger than the legal commercial size. that's a lot of meatheavier crabs mean more money. these men haven't fished since last october. and crabbing brings in two thirds of their salary. they're not the only ones hurting. restaurants at the pier have seen a drastic drop in business last crab season. the entire town has suffered from not being able to get their local specialty. sot - they wheel it off the dock. we have the freshest crab every day, usually but not this year. we have imported but it's so hard to see our fishermen suffer.
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with new faces, and growing crowds, the hope is that this season will produce healthy, toxin free crabs. sot - fresh that's the key. fresh from the water, and we love this time of year. we love crab and crab fetes and restaurants that serve crab reporting in half moon bay. >> justine: the for august's the bay area sunday. for some out to a para new study says getting a tattoo may actually boost your live look outside. san francisco international airport. for the weekned. it's the easter in the park in
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enjoy a family-friendly easter celebration. it's happening at golden gate
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>> justine:good news if you have a tattoo. a new study suggests having several tattoos may actually boost your immune system. researchers at the university of alabama say getting a tattoo stresses the body. it's like exercising when you're out of shape. but if you keep exercising, your body bounces back faster. they measured an antibody that helps ward off colds in the saliva of tattoo customers before and after getting inked. the antibody dropped significantly in those getting tattoos. study results suggest getting several tattoos may boost your immune response. ------ researchers at the university of
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reasearchers at purdue university may have found a way to get better sleep. what is the secret? a diet high in protien may do the trick. researches suggest overweight and obese people trying to lose weight may sleep better this way. they tracked 44 participants eating either normal or higher amounts of protien. those who ate more protien, reported an improvement in thier quality of sleep after a few months. protein sources varied from beef, pork, soy, legumes and milk. coming up stay there i'll be right back there is one street in menlo park that if you turn left at the wrong time you could get a surprise i got caught behaving badly i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving. live look outside. san mateo bridge. for the weekned. it's the kids egg hunt in los altos. enjoy a kids concert and egg
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hunt. it's happening at hillview park from 9:30 to 10:30 this morning.
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a team of u-s-g-s geologists say they're getting closer to being able to predict landslides. kron 4's charles clifford explains how the heavy rain from earlier this month gave them one of their first opportunities to test out the new detection system. as heavy rain storms moved into california in early march, usgs geomorphologist dr. johnathan stock says a small network of ground moisture sensors set up around the bay area detected a dramatic increase in the water saturation of the ground and in the amount of water pooling above ground. two signs of a potential landslide. sot and then boom. there's that water pressure spike right there. sot in the time we have been monitoring, i don't think we have ever come this close to having shallow landslides around the bay area. alarmed, stock and his team contacted the national weather service which did issue a shallow landslide warning but fortunately the incoming storms were not as strong as predicted and the danger passed. sot no new landslides that we know
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of but plenty of activity on places that humans have changed and made steeper. road cuts and things like that. just as it has a rainy season, california also has a landslide season which normally peaks in january. stock says it appears that california is in the clear... for now. sot unless we get a very large storm, we are through the historic window of when we get landslides during january and february. stock and his team are hoping to use their experience from this past winter to refine usgs's landslide detecting system something that could take several more rainy season to perfect. sot although this year was a return to the wet weather that people remember from before the drought, we don't have enough information to tell folks when that incoming storm is going to be a threat. in menlo park, charles clifford kron 4 news. taking this live look outside from our camera on the embarcadero. metoeorologist dave spahr is here with what you need to know before you leave the house. cooler conditions are forecast across the region today through wednesday as an upper trough develops over the western united states. precipitation
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>> dave: the might get it does let the coast but the big story for us on easter sunday as the winds and culturally a with the sunbelt. we also have cloud cover turning back at this program. san mateo was still negotiating a twosome a low- lying clouds just a bit. the clouds return complement's evolve this hung around overnight. will the onshore flow have more frontal boundary " this is what will bring all the cloud cover for basically the latter portion of today and before criterium the impact coming of remote coastal and backed winds from the west and temperature suppress with all this as well as checking the
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temperature when speeds right now use the double digits we see how some of the readings will easily reach 20 mi. an hour malaga the temperatures of the warm-up today calling it at near 70 spots. basically every world will cover of the bay area metro again '60s and spots and san jose up to about 60 water 71 rather. 8:00 p.m. we return back in the middle fifties even cooler still the morning and look at some spots out there in the '30's, health and will get there at napa. and then after the cool don't there is a warm- up. a clearing you see in the midafternoon and then by 4:00 p.m. the federal boundary with the cloud cover and some morning fog again tomorrow morning clarion out in time for monday. despite all that solar heating
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its cooler than today lower 60s along the coast have been based at 59 and the bay shoreline hansel mid-60s paul auto now heading further to the south upper 60s for the south bay almost fierce 70. add in the '60s all week lots of sunshine the return to lower middle '70s and time for next weekend. street signs exist for one reason, to tell drivers what they can and can not do. ignoring these signs does come with its consequences. or as kron 4's stanley roberts shows us, it can come with a big surprise. pay attention to the suv turning left the driver actually ignored this sign which reads no left turn from 7am to 9am everyday except weekends and holidays in fact there are two signs,
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this one you have to see to turn left roll the video, now all i need is a cop but where would i find one. yea traffics pretty bad through the area we know that the driver complains she pay huge taxes to live here but she cant get to work i understand do you have your registration and insurance with you and while this menlo park police sergeant is dealing with this driver watch this. yet another driver makes the same turn the driver immediately pulls over and tells officer byers she knows she was wrong but why did you do it then she claims she is in hurry and while officer byers is get this drivers information her we go again . stay there i'll be right back another driver does the same thing. but he has an excuse i live in this neighbor hood it's still no left turn i need you to park sir so the driver parks his car and
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prepares for the worst . ignoring a not left turn if caught can put a point on your driving recored and cost you about 238 dollars total let's have a chat with this driver so you live in this neighborhood i do and you still made the ledt turn yea i understand why they have the no turn because they don't want people cutting through i support what their doing they put a sign and it protects the neighborhood the neighborhood dosent want cut through so i not going to argue so he gets to utter the famous last words i got caught behaving badly this is the intersection of bay road and del norte in menlo park and some days there are multiple drivers lined up getting cited but your attitude after you get caught can often determine your fate so what i'm going to do since you live here i give every resident one warning ok but when you turn nobody knows you live here so when you turn every one else is going to turn and do you know whey there is not left turn there? the reason for it is because especially in the morning we have bus stops then you just around the corner we hve all the kids that got to ma to the schools it's a pedestrian snd a bicycle it's a bicycle safty route for all the kids that go to school . in menlo park stanley roberts kron 4 news coming up. kron four's vicki liviakus shows
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us the best brunch spots for your easter sunday. here's a look at the embarcadero. for the weekned. it's the easter food and truck brunch in san francisco. enjoy fun picnic-style seating and brunch specials. it's happening at the soma street food park from 11:00 to 5:00. the event is free to attend.
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easter sunday is one of the biggest brunch days of the year. if you have not already made plans, not to worry. dine and dish has you covered. for brunch in pleasanton. so where can you find global flavor with local goodness? that's sabio on main - in downtown pleasanton. from artisan cocktails and extensive wine list to locally sourced ingredients from nearby farms and ranches.
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in some cases five minutes away from where the ingredients is grown. chef francis hogan is whipping up an easter sunday brunch. there's a fresh hamachi tuna salad nicoise. the perfect combination of winter and spring coming in. a classic french dip roast beef with pink horseradish. and let's not forget the french toast with housemade marshmallows and fresh baked brioche. speaking of adult - here's a cocktail to nurse during brunch. not as in the dog - but the fruit. topped off with edible flowers and herbs. tempted? reservations are encouraged.
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here is a live look outside at the embarcadero this morning. a nice start to your easter sunday. good morning and thanks for joining us on kron 4 news weekend. i'm justine waldman. we want to get things started with a look at weather. meteorologist dave spahr is here to tell you what you need to know as you get ready to go out and hunt some easter eggs. . >> dave: a beautiful day acceptance by a thicket the bay bridge cloud cover the thought a new round little looking at smith pictures across the other bay area cameras rolling have a store for you today temperature was nevada's job done to 48
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members not particularly high everywhere as he concedes it will drive some very at micro conditions some drizzle happening in " coastal areas. san jose northwest winds 10 to 15 temperature's upper 60s at that and the breakdown for today did '60s by the new our for clocker so in the upper 60s. and tomorrow although you see morse on cooler temperatures the recovery coming up in just a bit. >> justine:our top story this morning is out of the east bay. an enraged mother is only talking to kron 4. after her 8- year-old son was shot in the neck in concord. police are now searching for this man, who they believe is
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the gunman. yesterday we broke the news that he is identified as james jarrard. police say he is armed and dangerous. right now there is a million dollar warrant for his arrest. kron four's kate cagle spoke exclusively with the victim's mother about his recovery. it's a story you will only see on kron four. >> reporter:"everything keeps replaying in my head. and it all comes back to memy son holding his neck.i don't know. i'm still trying to hold myself together. this photo was taken of sarah's little boy on his eighth birthday. that was two days ago. the next day.he was shot.'' "he's okay right now. he's stable. he's talkinghe's just sad he wants to come home." friday evening josh was playing in this front yard when two men got in an argument.
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the men are not related to the little boy but are.or at least were. family friends. in factfamily members say the suspect - james jarrard was actually aiming at his own brother when he opened fire. the bullet went through the pant leg of the intended target and ricocheted - hitting the 8 year old boy in the neck. "he has a bullet lodged in his neck that they cannot remove. he's probably going to live with it for the rest of his life." saturday police placed a million dollar warrant for the arrest of jarrardwho was already on parole for burglary. sarah knows him well.she knows it was an accidentshe just wants justice for what happened to her son. "i don't even know what i'm feeling. how i'm feeling. how to feel. what to feel." sarah says she doesn't know where jarrard might be hidingbut she has a message if he's watching at home. "i told you a hundred times. my kids are out here my kids are out here."
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"if you have any kind of care for my kids. any kind of heart. turn yourself in dude." "please turn yourself in so we can all rest." police say the suspect is armed and dangerous. >> justine:breaking news in syria -- the country's military has retaken the ancient city of palmyra from isis control. that's according to syrian state tv. government forces had the support of russian airstrikes. isis took control of the key city last may -- and destroyed many of the temples at the site. and we are also learning this morning about two americans killed in the terror attacks in brussels. justin and stephanie shults were a married couple from tennessee. they were hit by one of the two suicide bombs at the city's airport on tuesday. justin and stephanie had lived in brussels for about two years. justin's employer in belgium says he will be remembered as intelligent, kind and loyal. more breaking news we are
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following this morning police are conducting more raids in belgium. the raids are happening in brussels and two other cities. this comes after several arrests were made yesterday in connection to tuesday's deadly attacks at the brussels airport and subway station. c-n-n's jeremy roth has more on those arrests. and this morning we are learning about another arrest connected to those deadly attacks in brussels. an algerian man wanted in belgium was arrested in italy. police say the algerian national was taken into custody on suspicion of being part of a network linked to tuesday's deadly attacks. the man was also wanted in belgium for his alleged involvement in the november paris attacks. r >> reporter: hours after the
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bombing french national police issue or a warrant for this man they believe he's involved in the terrorist attacks. 28 year- old as very dangerous and armed. the texas primary focus of the president's weekly address also speaking about the recent death of the top leader. >> justine:happening tonight. the warriors continue their "run to 73," taking on the philadelphia 76-ers. this is video from their win agaisnt the dallas mavericks on friday night. the warriors record.65 wins and only 7 losses. they are now 8-games away from breaking the chicago bull's single season record for most
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wins in a season. tip-off is tonight at 5:00 at oracle arena. coming up. a water training exercise turned into a real-life rescue. we'll explain how it all happened. plus.in politics. it was a big night for bernie sanders. where he now stands against hillary clinton in the the race for the democratic nomination. and. a warning to mothers buying baby food pouches. we'll tell you why gerber is issuing a major recall.
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welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. for your money, here are the stories that could impact your bottom line. gerber is voluntarily recalling some organic baby food products because of a packaging problem. the company says the food could potentially spoil during transportation and handling. the company is recalling two types of organic food pouches. one has pears, carrots, and peas. and the other has carrots, apples, and mangoes.
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there have been three cases where babies have had minor digestive problems after eating the food. another recall for volkswagen around 800-thousand cars will be recalled after potential problems were discovered in the pedal system. volkswagon touaregs from 20-11 through 20-16 might have a part that could become loose. porsche says the recall affects the cayenne s-u-v's made in the same years. the dealerships are contacting owners. if you're working a minimum wage job, you could eventually say a spike in your paycheck. we'll tell you how much you could soon be making. live look outside. bay bridge toll plaza. for the weekned.
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it's the union street easter parade in san francisco. check out the cows and mini- floats. it's happening on union street from gough to fillmore from 10:00 to 5:00. it's free to attend.
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welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. taking a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at your forecast. >> dave: preconditions that might help you out and then add
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the bay bridge right there we see that clause mix out and to the new our and the afternoon to get more sunshine going in and with not sure when it sees temperatures down. in its '50s uniformly across region. about zero pop-up the 50 dow fairfield at 53 place out 49. you see that arrows were partly coming in from the west toward the east indicating a good on short westerly winds. it's our we have all day today behind all that the front will be behind it cloud cover not read this go round we also have always happening in the coast presence in our we should see opening up skies and kron 4 clark clouds
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and shrewd for the early evening hours and then clear enough for most of the overnight and monday left with was a sunny skies but expect to a changing temperatures in israel's side of the account will be cooler than today in today's progress the laws cannot assure the '70s million the sacramento valley not too great progress in the far east bay as the currency still hanging in the upper 60s lower '70's to refine and san jose at possibility that tonight it becomes a cooling in o'clock in the '50s and there we go with 730 is at work. on country little bit and parts of the far east bay and the cold air duct in place by that point and then clear skies to all-out recreational cooling. most upper 60s a couple spots near the low '70's. the daughter of south east bay mid-60s. and then coming up we let you know what's going on the forecast.
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the lead >> justine:happening right now. firefighters in vallejo are investigating the cause of an overnight fire at a warehouse on north mare island. the fire broke out around 4:30 this morning. vallejo firefighters posted this picture to twitter showing the scene. the fire was on the second floor of the abandoned building. it took crews about an hour to get the fire under control. investigators are on scene this morning trying to figure out how it started. in bay area headlines. an odd twist along the san francisco shores. seven san francisco fire fighters doing a water rescue training exercise near lands end had to be rescued themselves after their boat capsized late yesterday morning. this is video of the overturned boat from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c-7 news. kron four's philippe djegal reports all of the crew members survived. but some had to be hospitalized. a 30-foot aluminimum north river rescue boat just three years old -- turned upside down in the ocean. nat- helicopter
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it's seven crew members tossed into the water. all of them seasoned san francisco fire fighters, who this time, were the one's being pulled out of the sea. fire department spokesperson jonathan baxter says one of the men on board was stuck in the water underneath the capsized boat for two minutes, before he was rescued. that fire fighter will spend the night in the hospital. sot- "he was concious. he came up and i grabbed him and then we just started swimming." three others were also hospitalized, but with minor injuries. the u-s coast guard called in to help out at around 11-15 in the morning just off the shores of point lobos near lands end. sot- "at first i thought they were fisherman and they deserve what they get, and um, now that i know it was the fire department, it couldn't be any better. why? well, they're out there to learn what to do and they know what not to do now." a local street artist. sot- "i grew up surfing here.
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this is my backyard." colin gift snapped this photo of the capsized boat shortly after it flipped over. the fire department says its looking into the possibility that the crew ran into a rock before tipping over. bridge two people were rescued by good samaratans. two others were able to reach land themselves, the remaining three had to be pulled out of the water by the fire department. sot- "the boat wasn't designed for that many people from what i can see at this distance." the fire department says water rescue training along the coast isn't out of the ordinary. but incidents involving its own fire fighters like this is. luckily, colin says, everyone survived. sot- "so, the moral of this story? uh, don't overload a boat." in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> justine:the san mateo county coroners office identified a body that washed ashore in half moon bay as a 25-year-old missing man from brisbane. the body of michael dwyer was found on the beach march 9th. his family reported him missing on february 29th after he had not returned home after a visit to the same beach. dwyer's jeep was still parked in the parking lot later that day. and according to the sheriff's
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office, a witness had seen a man enter the water and get swept out by waves. we have file video of this incident solano county sheriff's deputies are looking for a man who assaulted and robbed.two woman at gunpoint while they were hiking. yesterday afternoon near lake berryessa. around 3p-m.the victims were in the "stebbins cold canyon reserve".when a man with a gun forced the woman off the trail to a secluded area. the suspect assaulted one of the women.then demanded money from them.and then he took off. the man is described as hispanic.about 25 years old.5 feet, 6 inches tall.with short black hair and a light mustache.wearing a burgundy shirt and black pants.
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♪ electrify the world. now with a class-leading 107 miles on a charge, the nissan leaf is the best selling electric car in america. ♪ the spring weather is bringing thousands of people to the city this weekend. kron four's jeff pierce joined them as they marked the beginning of the season with an easter celebration. >> reporter: city's park and posted their extravaganzas. they're a family friendly annual event. this allows the people celebrating could go on rides " easter eggs and dance to live
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music. the staff members had young people discuss and it's been a long point with golden gate park. celebration aside the same enthusiasm for competing with each department to compete with the best barbecue with the side of the mississippi is a serious competition. barbecue is
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less prevalent the optimism in spring holds for all the as the hope that the season brings. still ahead. how much extra time you should leave yourself if you're taking bart for the warriors game tonight. live look outside. golden gate again!
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>> dave: libris negotiating at the bay bridge and all to the cameras . it started to live in el. we do have a store of onshore wind fifties all over the board
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he see 49 vallejo said arouse us and everyone else has from the '50s. here it is a frontal boundary for the north bring in some clouds. debitors to oracle than today and today oakland lower 60s and look what jobs out here northwesterly winds 10 to 15 even higher than that don 107 cisco 20 here's the breakdown mid-60s by the new our travel abaco's possible that a breezy shipping to wednesday afternoon and details of a sunday forecast coming up in just a bit.
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if you are planning on taking bart to the warriors game tonight. you might want to give yourself a little extra time. bart's fremont line is closed right now. trains are not running between the san leandro and bay fair stations. the closure is for track maintenance. a free bus bridge is available for riders with no other way to get around. *but bart says that could add an extra 30 to 60 minutes to your travel time. everything should be re-opened by 4 monday morning. this is just the first of *six weekend closures that will take place between now and the middle of june. >> justine:decision 2016. bernie sanders has won the hawaii democratic caucuses. the victory marks the end of a big night for the sanders campaign. the vermont senator also won caucuses in washington state and alaska. and he won by large margins. in fact, he won all three contests with more than 70- percent of the vote. and during his victory speech sanders took some time to single out his republican counter parts.calling the race for the republican nomination an embarrassment.
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the next primary for both parties is in wisconsin on april 5th. but despite his big win on saturday. sanders still trails clinton by a large margin in the delegate count.
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clinton currently has more than 17-hundred delegates. sanders has just over a thousand. more than 23-hundred delegates are needed to clinch the nomination. 86 delegates are up for grabs in the next primary in wisconsin. the state's minimum wage could jump from 10-dollars to 15- dollars an hour. after california legislators and labor unions reached an agreement yesterday. the specifics of the agreement have not been confirmed, but most proposals have the wage increasing about a dollar per year, for the next five years. until it reaches 15-dollars per hour. this proposal would go before the legislature as part of a minimum-wage bill. at 10-dollars an hour , california already has one of the highest minimum wages in the nation. an increase to 15-dollars would make it the highest by far, though raises are in the works in other states. after a long dealy. crab season is off to a rocky start. kron 4's alecia reid talked to fishermen in half moon bay, who are hopeful it'll be a great season. but they are still waiting to get the "ok" to start selling. natsot - with the anticipation of crab the harbor lit up again sot - coming out for some fresh crab that only the bay area can offer
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it's the first day of crab season, but fishermen at half moon bay are still standing around with their boats docked. natsot - it's not very good weather. it's nasty out there the weather's bad for crabbing. and there's still a wait to find out how much commercial buyers will pay per pound for crab. sot - $3 is where we've been starting the last year or 2, so $3 or more is what we're expecting sample crabs are being checked right now to make sure the shells are not molten, or soft. sot - they wanna pick the meat out and see how much meat is in the shell sot - they're all you know, they're not soft bridge some guys have been out sport fishing for over a month now. check out this bad boy. he is actually of an inch larger than the legal commercial size. that's a lot of meatheavier crabs mean more money. these men haven't fished since last october. and crabbing brings in two thirds of their salary. they're not the only ones hurting. restaurants at the pier have seen a drastic drop in business last crab season. the entire town has suffered from not being able to get their local specialty.
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sot - they wheel it off the dock. we have the freshest crab every day, usually but not this year. we have imported but it's so hard to see our fishermen suffer.
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with new faces, and growing crowds, the hope is that this season will produce healthy, toxin free crabs. research found a way nurse died
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of a pro 18 might the trip. over people loose sleep better eating, of protein more improve the in a call the of sleeve if you. he is anti to/and are caroline fourth governor chainthose who ate more protein of a controversial laws. for the weekned. it's the kids egg hunt in los enjoy a kids concert and egg hunt. it's happening at hillview park
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>> dave: will be an awful sunday lisa sunday . the lea we have a warm and gente slope upward trend. and then rolling back the golden gate bridge and generous sunshine
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blue skies looking like a pretty good day to start and we will see it that the intrusion of the cloud cover will after the day's done temperatures in the fifties did claude cover overnight and fog as we speak now notice the areas pointing toward the east will and on short westerly wind the will be acting as a climate control today this front is a dry for a medal of moisture associated and the cloud cover with all of that if possible some coastal drizzle we cannot rule that out either you will be will be yours for day in store before get the intrusion with a lot of the cloud cover moving on in making note this afternoon of scattered clouds on balance
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today and then the warm-up and if you will happening today in sacramento valley most in the '70s but the east bay that will stay in the '60s today in the cool down tonight it just by the business of the '50s ag and some cloud cover early on not overnight but in the evening and late tonight with the clear skies with '60s and the high east bay shoreline 67 and then for the far east bay port south for took in 70 and then staying up for 67 days forecast justine was asking the things that warm- up will ultimately at 62 am is the upper 60s back of the latter portion of the weekend. '70s as well. >> justine:corporations are
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pushing back against a wave legislation in north that is seen as "anti-gay". they've voiced their opposition, and even threatened to use their economic muscle to block the bills. cnn's nick valencia has more on the controversy. "this is not over! this is not over!" "all these people are upset! they are angry. they have been left out of the democratic process." this week, outside of the governor's mansion in north carolina, protests and arrests. the demonstrators are opponents to a newly-passed state law that they say is devastating to the civil liberties of transgender people. the law strikes down a recently- passed ordinance in charlotte. it would have protected trans people and allowed them to select the restroom of their choice based on how they identify. "the adoption of the ordinance by the city council of charlotte was just crazy." republicans lawmakers like senate protem phil berger were furious at the legislation. "it allows grown men to share bathrooms and locker facilities with girls and women."
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in a special session, solely to consider the bill, republican lawmakers passed the public facilities privacy and securities act. it means transgender people in the state of north carolina must use the restroom related to the gender on their birth certificate. "legislature bill rings" north carolina's bill -- signed into law wednesday -- is the latest in a string of states attempting to pass similar anti- l-g-b-t legislation. "in the courtrooms you're seeing folks get their religious beliefs getting persecuted against." in georgia -- the controversial bill passed by the state house and senate is called the "free exercise protection act" -- one of the several religious liberty bills that have surfaced across the country. governor nathan deal has until may to sign it into law. senator mike crane is one of the bills most adamant supporters. "is this legislation a direct result of what the supreme court did last year in legalizing same sex marriage? gay marriage? "i think it's a result of many things, but that was just another catalyst i believe." but many blue chip businesses around the nation say there
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will be major financial consequences to republican efforts in georgia and north carolina. disney and marvel studios have threatened to abandon production in georgia if the governor signs the bill into law the n-f-l says it could have an impact on whether atlanta is selected as host of the 2019 super bowl. and in north carolina-- the n-b-a says, because of the new law, it may pull the all star game from charlotte next year. "six major conventions have considered relocating if the governor signs the bill into law. atlanta's convention and visitors bureau said the decision could cost the state up to $6 billion dollars. and we should mention that the parent company of cnn, turner, has joined a laundry list of big corporations to speak out against the legislation. nick valencia, cnn, atlanta."
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san francisco mayor ed lee is also taking a stand against the law in north carolina. mayor lee has banned funding for all city employees traveling to that state. a suspect is in custody in the deaths of a southern california doctor, his wife and their five year old daughter. the suspect has been identified as pierre haobsh. the bodies of doctor henry han and his family were found in their santa barbara home wednesday afternoon. all three died from gunshot wounds. authorities say the suspect was a business associate of doctor han. police say money was the motive behind the shooting. robert de niro is pulling an anti-vaccine documentary from the tribeca film festival because of controversy over plans to screen the movie next month. the film, "vaxxed: from cover- up to catastrophe," examines the long-debated link between vaccines and autism. in a statement, de niro says after careful review " we do not believe it contributes to or furthers the discussion i had hoped for." de niro,a co-founder of the tribeca film festival, has a child with autism.
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coming up. kron four's vicki liviakus shows us the best brunch spots for your easter sunday. here's a look at the embarcadero. for the weekned. it's the easter food and truck brunch in san francisco. enjoy fun picnic-style seating and brunch specials. it's happening at the soma street food park from 11:00 to 5:00.
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biggest brunch days of the year. if you have not already made plans, not to worry. dine and dish has you covered. for brunch in pleasanton. so where can you find global flavor with local goodness? that's sabio on main - in downtown pleasanton. from artisan cocktails and extensive wine list to locally sourced ingredients from nearby farms and ranches. "in some cases we are literally
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five minutes away from the fresh ingredients were there ground." "a piece spring lambchef francis hogan is whipping up an easter sunday brunch. there's a fresh hamachi tuna salad nicoise. a classic french dip roast beef and let's not forget the french marshmallows and fresh baked speaking of adult - here's a cocktail to nurse during brunch. fruit. topped off with edible flowers and herbs.
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tempted? reservations are encouraged.
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here is a live look outside at the embarcadero this morning. a nice start to your easter sunday. good morning and thanks for joining us on kron 4 news weekend. i'm justine waldman. we want to get things started with a look at weather. meteorologist dave spahr is here to tell you what you need to know as you get ready to go out and hunt some easter eggs. .
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mr. >> dave: sun and clouds and the winds all little bit of a chill with a level, sematech abridged clots coming going basically conceded as a frontal boundary can of chili to start
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the week off tomorrow and we'll let you know what the rest of it coming up a bit. >> justine:our top story this morning is out of the east bay. an enraged mother is only talking to kron 4. after her 8- year-old son was shot in the neck in concord. police are now searching for this man, who they believe is the gunman. yesterday we broke the news that he is identified as james jarrard. police say he is armed and dangerous. right now there is a million dollar warrant for his arrest. kron four's kate cagle spoke exclusively with the victim's mother about his recovery. it's a story you will only see on kron four. >> reporter:"everything keeps
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replaying in my head. and it all comes back to memy son holding his neck.i don't know. i'm still trying to hold myself together. this photo was taken of sarah's little boy on his eighth birthday. that was two days ago. the next day.he was shot.'' "he's okay right now. he's stable. he's talkinghe's just sad he wants to come home." friday evening josh was playing in this front yard when two men got in an argument. the men are not related to the little boy but are.or at least were. family friends. in factfamily members say the suspect - james jarrard was actually aiming at his own brother when he opened fire. the bullet went through the pant leg of the intended target and ricocheted - hitting the 8 year old boy in the neck. "he has a bullet lodged in his neck that they cannot remove. he's probably going to live with it for the rest of his life." saturday police placed a
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million dollar warrant for the arrest of jarrardwho was already on parole for burglary. sarah knows him well.she knows it was an accidentshe just wants justice for what happened to her son. "i don't even know what i'm feeling. how i'm feeling. how to feel. what to feel." sarah says she doesn't know where jarrard might be hidingbut she has a message if he's watching at home. "i told you a hundred times. my kids are out here my kids are out here." "if you have any kind of care for my kids. any kind of heart. turn yourself in dude." "please turn yourself in so we can all rest." police say the suspect is armed
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>> justine:breaking news in syria -- the country's military has retaken the ancient city of palmyra from isis control. that's according to syrian state tv. government forces had the support of russian airstrikes. isis took control of the key city last may -- and destroyed many of the temples at the site. and we are also learning this morning about two americans killed in the terror attacks in brussels. justin and stephanie shults were a married couple from tennessee. they were hit by one of the two suicide bombs at the city's airport on tuesday. justin and stephanie had lived in brussels for about two years. justin's employer in belgium says he will be remembered as intelligent, kind and loyal. more breaking news we are following this morning police are conducting more raids in belgium. the raids are happening in brussels and two other cities. this comes after several arrests were made in connection to tuesday's deadly attacks at the brussels airport and subway station. c-n-n's jeremy roth has more on those arrests.
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>> reporter: for polish authorities stated the president's charge one man that murdered attempted terrorist murder and participation in terrorist activities.
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>> justine: to the explosion killed 50 people. happening tonight. this has been earlier today and pakistan. no group claimed responsibility for this explosion hearing now a group of christians celebrating easter holiday many families trying to leave this park for the blast occurred in the death toll could
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go up as many wounded are in critical condition right now we will keep you updated with new information. this is video from their win agaisnt the dallas mavericks on the warriors record.65 wins and single season record for most wins in a season. oracle arena. a water training exercise turned sanders. where he now stands against hillary clinton in the the race and. a warning to mothers buying baby food pouches. we'll tell you why gerber is issuing a major recall. weekend.
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for your money, here are the stories that could impact your bottom line. gerber is voluntarily recalling some organic baby food products because of a packaging problem. the company says the food could potentially spoil during transportation and handling. the company is recalling two types of organic food pouches. one has pears, carrots, and peas. and the other has carrots, apples, and mangoes. there have been three cases where babies have had minor digestive problems after eating the food.
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if you're working a minimum wage job, you could eventually say a spike in your paycheck. we'll tell you how much you could soon be making. live look outside. bay bridge for the weekned. parade in san francisco. check out the cows and mini- floats. it's happening on union street from gough to fillmore from 10:00 to 5:00. it's free to attend.
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welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. taking a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at your forecast. >> dave: will level moisture
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haunting us. you can see by the noon hour, things appear to improve and then late evening light after an for hawker so there comes a front end sprays a cloud cover fairly dry front.
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about 60 daily city pacific cut half monday 50. and then along the bay shoreline expect some clouds may be in middle sixties. the more aggressive with temperatures upper 60s at work and then we might get the 70 here there. '70s planner 62 what we are talking about by monday a cool spot as we see more sun monday. and then a gradual warming up the finish of week and lowers the news battle '70s by the weekend. >> justine:happening right now.
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firefighters in vallejo are investigating the cause of an overnight fire at a warehouse on north mare island. the fire broke out around 4:30 this morning. vallejo firefighters posted this picture to twitter showing the scene. the fire was on the second floor of the abandoned building. it took crews about an hour to get the fire under control. in bay area headlines. an odd twist along the san francisco shores. seven san francisco fire fighters doing a water rescue training exercise near lands end had to be rescued themselves after their boat capsized late yesterday morning. this is video of the overturned boat from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c-7 news. kron four's philippe djegal reports all of the crew members survived. but some had to be hospitalized. >> reporter: >> stanley: >> reporter:a 30-foot aluminimum north river rescue boat just three years old -- turned upside down in the ocean. nat- helicopter it's seven crew members tossed into the water. all of them seasoned san francisco fire fighters, who this time, were the one's being pulled out of the sea. fire department spokesperson
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jonathan baxter says one of the men on board was stuck in the water underneath the capsized boat for two minutes, before he was rescued. that fire fighter will spend the night in the hospital. sot- "he was concious. he came up and i grabbed him and then we just started swimming." three others were also hospitalized, but with minor injuries. the u-s coast guard called in to help out at around 11-15 in the morning just off the shores of point lobos near lands end. sot- "at first i thought they were fisherman and they deserve what they get, and um, now that i know it was the fire department, it couldn't be any better. why? well, they're out there to learn what to do and they know what not to do now."
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a local street artist. sot- "i grew up surfing here. this is my backyard." colin gift snapped this photo of the capsized boat shortly after it flipped over. the fire department says its looking into the possibility that the crew ran into a rock before tipping over. bridge two people were rescued by good samaratans. two others were able to reach land themselves, the remaining three had to be pulled out of the water by the fire department. sot- "the boat wasn't designed for that many people from what i can see at this distance." the san mateo county coroners office identified a body that washed ashore in half moon bay as a 25-year-old missing man from brisbane.
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the body of michael dwyer was found on the beach march 9th. his family reported him missing on february 29th after he had not returned home after a visit to the same beach. dwyer's jeep was still parked in the parking lot later that day. and according to the sheriff's office, a witness had seen a man enter the water and get swept out by waves. we have file video of this incident join prayer celebrations that they simply hauls. .
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the spring weather is bringing thousands of people to the city them as they marked the beginning of the season with an easter celebration.
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>> reporter: the police fire department hosted ninth annual extravaganza. thousands of people celebrated could go on rides " easter eggs and dance to live music. music barbecue
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amusements were most prevalent black of spring holes for all of us as the hope the season brings.
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>> justine:still ahead. more closures for bart riders. how much extra time you should leave yourself if you're taking bart for the warriors game tonight. live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the annual easter sunday celebration in san jose. enjoy an easter egg hunt, crafts, and food. it's happening at newhall park from 10:30 to 12:00. the event is free to attend.
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again! again! again! again! again? again! again! general mills is removing artificial flavors and colors from our cereals. so you can love cereal... again! here's a live look from kirkwood ski resort. meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at your forecast.
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>> dave: talking about the golden gate. all the cloud cover more prove that the cambridge. but these will intensify later closer to us that goes with a cloud of jenner's cloud cover looking at the cloud cover credit at for all the way to about 89 before it clear out. so that's a no-brainer their satellite picture back that field. timing briggses before
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5:00 or we see the clouds really build an earnest behind all that cooler air those winds 10 to 15 even northwesterly. and on the sunday forecast startup before warm up again. >> justine: where learning many victims in the bombing no group has claimed
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responsibility and we will show you all updates. >> justine:if you are planning on taking bart to the warriors game tonight. you might want to give yourself a little extra time. bart's fremont line is closed right now. trains are not running between the san leandro and bay fair stations. the closure is for track maintenance. a free bus bridge is available for riders with no other way to get around.
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*but bart says that could add an extra 30 to 60 minutes to your travel time. everything should be re-opened by 4 monday morning. this is just the first of *six weekend closures that will take place between now and the middle of june. decision 2016. bernie sanders has won the hawaii democratic caucuses. the victory marks the end of a big night for the sanders campaign. the vermont senator also won caucuses in washington state and alaska. and he won by large margins. in fact, he won all three contests with more than 70- percent of the vote. and during his victory speech sanders took some time to single out his republican counter parts.calling the race for the republican nomination an embarrassment. the next primary for both parties is in wisconsin on april 5th. but despite his big win on saturday. sanders still trails clinton by a large margin in the delegate count.
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clinton currently has more than 17-hundred delegates. sanders has just over a thousand. more than 23-hundred delegates are needed to clinch the nomination. 86 delegates are up for grabs in the next primary in wisconsin. the state's minimum wage could jump from 10-dollars to 15- dollars an hour. after california legislators and labor unions reached an agreement yesterday. the specifics of the agreement have not been confirmed, but most proposals have the wage increasing about a dollar per year, for the next five years. until it reaches 15-dollars per hour. this proposal would go before the legislature as part of a minimum-wage bill. at 10-dollars an hour , california already has one of the highest minimum wages in the nation. an increase to 15-dollars would make it the highest by far, though raises are in the works in other states.
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after a long dealy. crab season is off to a rocky start. kron 4's alecia reid talked to fishermen in half moon bay, who are hopeful it'll be a great season. but they are still waiting to get the "ok" to start selling. natsot - with the anticipation of crab the harbor lit up again sot - coming out for some fresh crab that only the bay area can offer >> reporter:it's the first day of crab season, but fishermen at half moon bay are still standing around with their boats docked. natsot - it's not very good weather. it's nasty out there the weather's bad for crabbing. and there's still a wait to find out how much commercial buyers will pay per pound for crab. sot - $3 is where we've been starting the last year or 2, so $3 or more is what we're expecting sample crabs are being checked right now to make sure the shells are not molten, or soft. sot - they wanna pick the meat out and see how much meat is in the shell sot - they're all you know, they're not soft bridge some guys have been out sport fishing for over a month now. check out this bad boy. he is actually of an inch larger than the legal commercial size.
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that's a lot of meatheavier crabs mean more money. these men haven't fished since last october. and crabbing brings in two thirds of their salary. they're not the only ones hurting. restaurants at the pier have seen a drastic drop in business last crab season. the entire town has suffered from not being able to get their local specialty. sot - they wheel it off the dock. we have the freshest crab every day, usually but not this year. we have imported but it's so hard to see our fishermen suffer. with new faces, and growing crowds, the hope is that this season will produce healthy, toxin free crabs. sot - fresh that's the key. fresh from the water, and we love this time of year. we love crab and crab fetes and restaurants that serve crab reporting in half moon bay.
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today something to do a part francisco. a celebration parts of that star alevin pay start bessie outfit are a. boost your immune system.
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out of shape. but if you keep exercising, your body bounces back faster. they measured an antibody that helps ward off colds in the saliva of tattoo customers before and after getting inked. the antibody dropped significantly in those getting tattoos. study results suggest getting several tattoos may boost your immune response. ------ researchers at the university of alabama point out though that inking a single tattoo can -- temporarily -- lower your reasearchers at purdue university may have found a way to get better sleep. what is the secret? a diet high in protien may do the trick. and obese people trying to lose weight may sleep better this way. they tracked 44 participants eating either normal or higher amounts of protien. reported an improvement in thier quality of sleep after a few months. protein sources varied from recent research suggestlive look
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>> dave: we get to this evening a debt of cloud cover the lakota fund coupled with test to see a lot more sun was warm temperatures once the cold front and the stern. " we're dealing with as onshore flow ones here will get close directions was partly point toward the east the winds are coming from the west. we stay on shore they can see the numbers and the teams that will intensify in spots. the flies in the north of us before we get to that a variable clouds of both time location as we have going on. temperatures with that part of forecast: 3 today there the yellow is not as aggressive as we saw yesterday.
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>> dave: colder air in place this evening clear skies tonight and the wind starts to really sell down some 30 at work here possibly around wine country and out hamilton parts the east bay as you noticed the cloud cover with this from there it is the north around noon. east bay shoreline mid-60's heading further to the east yes there maybe a couple pockets of some lower '70s upper 60s to near about 70. the seven day forecast more sunshine monday. after a chilly morning start short of. we will see family the warm-up
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happening friday and saturday. >> justine: 21 year-old man dead after shooting in richmond last six hundred block of may the man identified as brought her. you die wound and for a nation amish utterly did in an all this stories. >> justine: nick has more on this controversy in north carolina. >> reporter: this week assess the governor's mansion protests and arrests the demonstrators are points to a newly passed a law they say is devastating to
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the civil liberties of transgendered people. starts on a recently passed ordinance in charlotte. the republican lawmakers were furious at the legislation. in a special session insulin to consider the bill republican lawmakers republican privacy security that transcend people in the state of north carolina was use the restroom related to the gender of their birth certificate. there'll be major
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financial consequences republican efforts in georgia and north carolina. disney moral studios certain to abandon production in georgia at the governor as the the level. the n-f-l says it could have an impact on whether atlanta is super bowl. the n-b-a says, because of the
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new law, it may pull the all year. governor signs the bill into law. atlanta's convention and visitors bureau said the decision could cost the state up to $6 billion dollars. and we should mention that the parent joined a laundry list of big valencia, cnn, atlanta." san francisco mayor ed lee is also taking a stand against the law in north carolina. mayor lee has banned funding for all city employees traveling to that state. a suspect is in custody in the robert de niro is pulling an anti-vaccine documentary from the tribeca film festival because of controversy over plans to screen the movie next month. to catastrophe," examines the long-debated link between vaccines and autism. in a statement, de niro says after careful review " we do not believe it contributes to or furthers the discussion i had how
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child with autism.
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>> justine: lisa the explosion took place apart close to children's rights and that appears to oppress suicide bombing attack on going area was
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crowded with christians celebrating easter holiday buying more from the victims women children the group has claimed response ability for the explosion we keep you updated on this developing story and go to our web site kron4news-dot-com for the very latest. >> justine: police released a picture of a man they say shot and a year-old boy in east bay friday in concord the suspect here identified as james 6 ft. tall with numerous tattoos. ices to control last may in the temples at the site. and then seven san francisco fire
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fighters water rescue training exercise near land's end had their rescue themselves after the boat capsized. >> justine: the celebration at crazy. these guerrillas it got in on the fund the cincinnati zoo this lead going and you protraction fable clouds picking up in spots.
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>> joel osteen: well, god bless you. it's always a joy to come into your homes. and if you're ever in our area, please stop by and be a part of one of our services. i promise ya, we'll make ya feel right at home. but thanks so much for tunin' in, and thank you again for comin' out today. and i like to start with somethin' funny. and i heard about this pastor. he was in the lobby after service, greeting people. and he saw this man that he hadn't seen in a long, long time. pulled him over to the side and said, "sir, you need to join the army of the lord." the man said, "what are you talkin' about? i'm in the army of the lord." pastor said, "well, how come i only see you on christmas

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