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keep calm, your internet's on. good morning i'm marty gonzalez. thanks for joining us this sunday morning. we are joined by rebecca strom with your bay to breakers forecast. >> rebecca: lots of sunshine beautiful making their way in the san francisco some clouds still but that will be burning off the next couple hours temperatures a couple of degrees warmer than at this time after that that some good news heading to the the bay to breakers.
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bluwe will show you attempt to across-the-board lots of the fifties in san jose fairmont pleasanton livermore. definitely gravel light sweater this morning but then as the family will one of today seeing lots of '70s for your highs now coming in the san francisco here is what you can expect, reconditions at 57 degrees in san francisco things he august of that. the and was a sunny conditions in san francisco 11:00 this morning with mostly sunny skies. happening today.
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it is the annual bay to breakers. and kron 4 is a proud the race kicks off in just an hour. kron four's averi harper is the race to start. >> averi: see barricaded their art appears street started close 18 mi. of road closures this morning today the 12 k race and more than 50 colophon people all over the world if it's like anything but we've seen wearing absolutely nothing and all this is the 105th year so you see lots of people wearing neon colors they will have an e kind of design as well. make sure
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that everything's ok and plan on driving in the city know that the race's starting at howard main street and west of the city at ocean beach and the racers will be taking off from here at the starting line. >> marty:and remember to stay with kron four. we will have complete coverage for you morning long. for a complete guide to bay to breakers including road closures, events and more. just go to kron 4 dot com. happening today. it is the annual bay to breakers. and kron 4 is a proud sponser of the event. the 12-k race starts at eight in the morning on main and howard streets and runs west through the city. it ends at the great highway onto ocean beach.
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both directions between san pablo avenue and san pablo dam road in parts of richmond and san pablo are now open. it was closed from 11:00 last night until 7:00 this morning. the contra costa transportation authority says the closure helped make way for a new pedestrian overcrossing on riverside avenue. when completed, the new overcrossing will extend across amador street, making it safer for riverside elementary school students and the community. cal- trans says the overcrossing will open this fall. breaking news from overnight out of iraq. isis is claiming responsibility for a deadly attack, just north of baghdad. it happened at a natural gas plant. at least seven police officers are dead, and two dozen more people are injured. >> marty:two suicide bombs went off at the plant -- one at the entrance, and another inside the facility. six isis militants then tried to storm their way in, but security forces were able to hold them off. "i would say by their personality, yes, they were probably taking over by an africanized bee hive."
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killer bees in the east bay. now, a concord homeowner says he has the colony under control. this comes after the bees killed two small dogs and sent two people to the hospital. kron 4's kate cagle went out into the swarm to show us why these bee's are so dangerous. >> reporter:only an expert can say for sure whether or not these are africanized killer bees. e ac but i spoke to multipe bee keepers today who say they sure act like it. let's just get straight to it. this is marcin wojcikowski and this is the moment he gets stung by an africanized killer bee. after four generations of bee farming in polandone sting is nothing. but multiple stings form a hive of about 80-thousand relentless beescan be deadly. "because the target is your eye mouth nose and ear" so when i went out into the swarmi wore the full bee keeper suit. covering my entire body and face.
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"because it's dangerous right? for you. not for me." police say the swarm is from the hive of an amateur bee keeper he went to the hospital after opening the bee box and finding a different kind of swarm. the homeowner then destroyed the hive. now the bees are swarming everywhere. marcin says movementdraws the bees to you. "so if i moved much faster they would start stinging me like crazy. out at his bee farmthings are much calmer. "nothing" africanized bees are new to the bay area - but marcin says he's been dealing with them since 2014. as an experthe says the key is the queen. replace an africanized queen with an english or italian. her eggs will slowly turn the hive back to normal. that process takes about a month. but once the hive is in disarray like this onemoving it may be difficult. bees do calm down at night it is now safe to stand outside.
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the bee keeper himself says he plans to take care of the rest of the hive tonight. reporting in concord kate cagle kron 4 news. >> marty:and happening tonight. the sharks begin the western conference finals against the saint louis blues. the sharks are coming off their series win against the predators, winning in seven games. they start game one in saint louis. puck drops tonight at 5:00. coming up. after three years the s-f musuem of modern art is officially back open. a look at its grand re-opening. and. a bicyclist is recovering just days after being hit by a san francisco police car. we have new dash cam video from the crash to show you later in our show. and for your money. it is never to early to start thinking about retirement. tips for saving your money down the road is next on kron.
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for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. the life style of millianials could be dipping into their retirement nest egg. a new study looks at how much people in their 20's will save. assuming they retire in 40 years. the study found people in their 20's are eating out too much. spending too much on cigarettes and coffee. experts say giving up these habits even for just one year. will add up to an extra 20- thousand dollars for retirement. >> rebecca: '50s by 9:00 sites
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guys was in the '60s 11 lots of sunshine with temperatures in the mid-60s and san francisco. for the weekend. it's the japanese matsuri festival in saratoga. enjoy japanese music, food and more. it's all happening at the hakone estate and gardens from 11:00 to 4:00
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welcome back to the kron four news weekend. taking this live look outside from our walnut creek camera. we are joined by rebecca strom with your weekend forecast. >> rebecca: lots of blue sky is
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taking part in the bay to breakers this morning. it's absolutely beautiful heading to the city at any time stearin temperatures around the bay area at area in the 60s across the board has 52 napa 58 hayward 57 fremont and san jose 58 degrees a light jacket kind of weather out there so far. most >> rebecca: is sunny conditions in the low 60s by 11:00 the sun will come out for a while and then that will be up even more in the mid-60s and 71
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in richmond 71 oakland 58 in hayward and then right around the 3:00 hour 73 pleasanton as well as a livermore. it will be a very beautiful day it warmer than what we saw yesterday afternoon here is what you can expect tomorrow. as to make your way back to work this is one alicea heating trend began temperatures and low eighties for the warmest inland locations of the mid-70s all across the bay area by tuesday things will he thought more with certain areas pushing to 90 degrees. >> marty:happening now in the south bay. morgan hill police are looking for a driver who hit a person in a wheelchair. it happened near monterey road and tennant avenue around 6-30 yesterday morning.
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the victim was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the person's car is described as a black s-u-v. if you have any information about the case.contact morgan hill police. a wildfire in washington state charred about 325 acres of land owned by the u-s forest service. the fire is burning about 45 miles north east of seattle. fire crews in the county put people in the area on an evacuation notice. no homes are destroyed so far. right now the fire is not increasing in size. fire crews say that's because winds have died down. in national news. 11 people are in the hospital this morning after a crash near a disney theme park in orlando. police say an s-u-v going the wrong way crashed head-on into a bus. and both burst into flames. eight people on the bus, and three people in the s-u-v, including a child are in the
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hospital. police say their injuries range from minor to serious. a tense standoff in sacramento ended with the arrest of an armed suspect. he surrendered after a six hour standoff with police. at one point, officers say the man threw a pipe bomb at them. police believe the stand off because of a domestic dispute. sacramento police confirmed no one was injured during the standoff. it's unclear what charges the man could face. in the east bay. a local school held a summit to inspire young girls to take on leadership positions. oakland's "julia morgan school for girls" had about 100 middle and high schoolers take part in the event yesterday. organizers say the goal of the summit is to have teens band together and pressure congress to pass the equal rights amendment. the event was inspired by the united state of women summit.which will be at the white house next month.
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>> reporter: 3 years and all of renovating the museum of modern art has penelope's creative juices flowing. also left others inspired. by the time they showed off all the slots were filled. admission was free for
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everyone in the great news it will always be free for people 18 and under. for those who visit in the future don't forget the book tickets online at he won a guaranteed timeslot. >> marty: still had a ball a half due the pilot next. still ahead. live look outside. richmond bridge >> marty:for the weekned. it's the california book awards in san francisco. enjoy celebrating writers, northern california. it's all happening at the santhe event is free to attend.
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>> marty:the giants continue their series in arizona. looking to keep their 3 game winstreak alive. and it was all giants in this one. and yes that is chewbacca at the ball park. it was star wars night in phoenix. as for the game, joe panik got things started with a single to left in the 1st inning. scoring denard span. then with the score tied at 1 in the 4th, hunter pence muscles a 2-run home run giving the giants a 3-1 lead. the giants would go on to win the game 5-3. the giants will look to complete the sweep today with matt cain looking for his first win in almost a year. 1st pitch is at 1:10. the a's looking to make it two in a row, coming off a win in st. petersburg against the rays. >> marty:we'll pick things up in the third. that's when the ray's brad miller hits a 2 run jack to give
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the rays an early lead. that was all the runs the rays would need as the shut out the a's 6 to nothing. sonny gray takes the mound as the a's end their road trip. 1st pitch is at 10:10. >> marty:still ahead. donald trump is under fire for not releaeing his tax returns. how hillary clinton's campaign is attacking the g-o-p frontrunner. live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the free sunday concert in san francisco. enjoy music, dancers, singers and speakers. it's all happening at spreckels temple of music at golden gate park from 1:00 to 2:45. the event is free ot attend.
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>> rebecca: victors and severances colorizing 11 this morning mostly sunny and the city highs will be to mid upper 60s in san francisco a beautiful day to come into a city making your way out there any time soon locator highs at the 3:00 hour lot the '70s on the board it will open up to be beautiful afternoon warmer than yesterday that's only will see the heating
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trend to take off temperatures in the low eighties come tuesday certain temperatures and inland areas pushing 90 degrees. >> marty: big news we are following. >> marty:a san francisco cyclist is recovering just days after a san francisco police officer hit him with his police car. this is *new dash cam video from a car in the area at the time. which shows us part of the collision. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the victim, who says he has no ill-will towards the officer. but is still considering legal action. sot- "how are you doing? uh, could be better, could be worse." >> reporter:a bit banged up. sot- "basically a shin injury and a back injury with a bone and a couple of ribs are either bruised or semi-fractured." >> reporter:timothy doyle says it might be a while before he can ride his bike again pain- free. and, this dash cam video of the crash captured by a passerby thursday evening shows you why. headed south on second street towards mission street, you can clearly see doyle riding in the designated green bike lane. when the officer riding in
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front of him first merged into the right turn lane, then suddenly veered left. sot- "i could see him pulling out and i could see the car didn't see me, and he was right there and it was just smash." >> reporter:doyle flew into the air and fell flat on his back. sot- "when i landed, there's a moment when you're in the air, that was a total blackout. when i landed, i was like, 'holy , i'm awake, you know, i'm, i'm, this is good." keeping things in perspective though. doyle says if he was gonna get hit, it might as well have been by a cop. because at least the officer called for an ambulance immediately. sot- "cyclists get nailed all the time and nothing happens." >> reporter:when questioned by san francisco police on the way to the hospital. doyle says he was asked if the officer's turn signal or emergency lights were on, and said he didn't know. the dash cam video appears to show the officer didn't activate any lights. the police department says it is conducting both a traffic collision and supervisory investigation into the crash.
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doyle says he is not at all upset with police. but is considering legal action. sot- "i've been emailing back and forth and i think i'm going to meet with an attorney on monday." then, hopefully put this all behind him. sot- "i'm ready to heal up and take it easy out there." in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> marty:more big news we are following out of texas. eight people are dead and 44 hurt after a charter bus rolled over and crashed on a texas highway. this crash is condsidered one of the deadliest bus accidents in texas in the last several years. authorities say the charter bus veered off the highway-83 near laredo after the driver lost control. the bus driver is believed to be among the injured. the crash happened in south texas, near the mexican border. it was headed to a casino. it was raining at the time of
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the roll-over.but it's unclear if that was a factor. and in georgia. >> marty:a plane crash stunned hundreds of spectators at an air show near atlanta. the pilot was killed. witnesses say the pilot was trying to complete a stunt maneuver and was unable to pull out of a dive because of high winds. the f-a-a and the n-t-s-b are now investigating the crash. in decision 20-16. the presumptive g-o-p nominee, donald trump is catching plenty of heat over not releasing his tax returns. as c-n-n's karin caifa explains, a new campaign ad is questioning what could trump be hiding. live look outside. san francisco >> reporter: the presumptive for the gop nominee said he would release taxes following certain conditions which have already
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come and gone until those are made public they will keep the pressure on. the give a sharp response "as your tax rate i fought very hard to have low taxes possible" "i'm under audit and as soon as it ends i will release my returns"
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>> reporter: of these are competing in a national competition about to award a winner $1 million they're about to find out if it wants show you their product the it's getting national attention coming up on kron 4. >> marty:for the weekned. you find food vendors, speakers and prizes in oakland's domingo delicioso. and lots of free food samples. it's all happening at the unity council from 1:00 to 5:00. the event is free to attend.
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a burlingame based start-up is getting a lot of attention because they made it into the final round of a reality t-v show that airs on a national network. kron 4's gabe slate met up with the husband and wife team. they showed him the fitness gadget they invented. it could win them the one million dollar prize during the show's upcoming finale. >> gabe: forced arab teams competed now their only four teams left only one will win the $1 million. delta glove smart trading fitness tracker.
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the delta glove sings with a mobile application to help meet your physical. >> gabe: imagines any business with their spouse would be strict stress enough. as the couple would is like. try"so is one of the most important parts of finding a company this is our family we have to make this work so we will try harder to more than other people because we are family." >> marty:coming up >> stanley:nats: ambiance a marin area chp officer comes under attack, causing an estimated 12 thousand dollars in damage .but this isn't anywhere
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in the next edition of people behaving baldy >> marty:live look outside. san mateo for the weekned. it's salsa sunday's in emeryville. plenty of dancing. it's happening at bay street from 3:00-5:00. the event is free to attend.
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vet recommended flea and tick killer. now on kron-4 news weekeknd: >> marty: the four things you need to know for the week ahead. on monday. it is the launch of our new 10 p-m newscast. pam moore is anchoring, along with gary radnich and brittney shipp. and we have a new member joining the kron four team. steve aveson. and starting next weekend. you can catch j-r stone and justine waldman on the news at 10 p-m on saturday and sunday nights.
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also happening on monday. the warriors begin the western conference finals against the oklahoma city thunder. the warriors are coming off their series win against the portland trail blazers in five games. the dubs won all three games against the thunder in the regular season. first game is tomorrow night at 6:00 at oracle arena. on tuesday. >> marty:voters head to the polls in oregon, as well as a democratic primary in kentucky. hillary clinton leads bernie sanders by just under 800 delegates, including super delegates. on the republican side. donald trump is the likely g-o-p nominee. and as always we are tracking the weather. a cool and cloudy day is expected for later this afternoon. with mild temeratures throughout the week. rebecca strom is here now with a look at your forecast. >> rebecca: let's of sunshine in san francisco the camera the bay bridge toll plaza will be
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beautiful one this hour if you are taking part sunny skies of that is great. not even a clock and then tablatures still on the cool side lots of '50s through the bay area and santa rosa 54 in san francisco and at 5658 degrees in hayward 57 pleasanton still a jacket whether they're heading out anytime soon. it will open a to be a beautiful sunny day to day 9:00 this morning sunny skies and expecting temperatures and below 60 is what and a clock they will keep up just a bit we expect them in the mid-60s today a beautiful day taking place heading to the race this morning at 8:00. warmer than
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what we saw yesterday by a couple of degrees at 81 and antioch. it will be a warm one out there today and speaking of it is definitely coming our way things will be still in the mid- 70searlier this week, a video of a c-h-p officer appearing to be attacked in east oakland during a sideshow. we have been working all week to kron-4's stanley roberts gives
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dangers facing the c-h-p trying to stop the sideshows. >> stanley:sitting in the marin area chp garage is this suv cruiser with the rear window smashed out it also has a broken tail light and dents all around it also covered in shoe prints nats: ambiance it all happened here on the corner of 106th and macauthor in oakland this lone chp cruiser with two officers in side is taking the brunt of an angry shdeshow crowd this video was sent to me anonmously via facebook i posted it on face book and close to hafl a million views later i am finally able to piece together what actually happened nats: ambiance if you watch the video you will see people kicking throwing beer bottles at the cruiser, and one thing you won't notice unless you look closely at the video here let me show you the chp unit with officers inside was basically ambushed by spectators .how do i know .take a look at here lets stop the video you see the traffic light at 106 ave it was green and green for a long time that the suv could have moved instead it stayed put witness say it was done to intentially block the cruiser the california highway patrol confirmed .the suv did in fact block the path of the officer
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nats: ambiance here is what else i know, according to the california highway patrol the two officers was part of special detail sent to oakland from multiple offices to assist with sideshow enforcement the chp, oaakland police and other agencies are banding together in an attempt crack down on these illegal sideshows neither officer was not injured but the cruiser as you can see was heavely damaged. the chp is following up on leads and the dash camera installed in every cruiser yieled a lot of information nats: ambiance the chp says they have yet to add up the damage to this new cruiser. but based on other repair jobs it could end up costing you the tax payer upward to 12 thousand dollars nats: ambiance in oakland stanley roberts kron 4 news >> marty:package theft is an increasing problem and one man in los angeles, who was sick of his deliveries being stolen, did something about it. the man was parked in front of
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his house when he saw a woman stealing a package from his porch. he decided to confront the thief.and videotape it. he then posted the video to social media. it didn't take long for the video to go viral. after being caught red-handed, the woman didn't show any remorse. the alhambra police department posted the video to its facebook page. they got several tips identifying the thief as a 20- year-old woman. she has been arrested and denies the charges. one of the guitar's that belonged to music legend prince will be auctioned off in beverly hills. a uniquely shaped bright yellow guitar that prince used to perform some of his hit singles has an opening bid of 30- thousand dollars. the auction begins on june 24th. and may feature more guitars from the " purple rain" star. >> marty:other prince items at the beverly hills auction will inculde record sales plaques and original demo tapes. prince was found dead at the age of 57 on april 21st at his recording complex in minnesota.
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of festivities and countdown to a bay to breakers race a thousand people expected to take part we have harper at their for live update and a few minutes. for the weekned. it's the cuban rumba jam in berkeley. check out afro-cuban folkloric drums, dances, songs and rumba. it's all happening at la pena cultural center from 3:30 to 6:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty: kids are participating in track and field frills they did a couple dances as well programming reminder another episode of the back story and let's take a sneak peek.
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>> rebecca: the expected this afternoon what the '70s all across the bay area for more than yesterday but the heat wave expected it to come next week we'll let you know the full forecast when news at 8 begins next/
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thanks for joining us this sunday morning. we are joined by rebecca strom with your bay to breakers forecast. >> rebecca: is a beautiful golden gate bridge of the clear blue sky just not a o'clock sunday morning a great starts the day heading out said the bay to breakers expect warm temperatures in san francisco guy is clear especially before noontime that's where we see things heating up all across the bay area right now temperatures suggested that on a mild side would say san francisco 57
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oakland already 59 san jose 58 in that will change as we progress through the morning hours. you can expect to putting out three day heading outside a doll by noontime mostly sunny skies near 70 the lowest parts the bay area 5:00 1 mi. an hour winds that will keep things nice and cool the he is on the way and let you know the next forecast update. . >> marty:happening today. it is the annual bay to breakers. and kron 4 is a proud sponser of the event. the race kicks off in just an hour.
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breakers. and kron 4 is a proud sponser of the event. the 12-k race starts at eight in the morning on main and howard streets and runs west through bay to breakers has been around tolerance policy when it comes today there is an expo for runners to pick up their race packets. it is happening at 9:00 at pier 35 in san francisco. kron four's averi harper is reporting from pier 35, as runners gear up for the big race. kron four will have full coverage for you all weekend long. for a complete guide to bay to breakers including road closures, events and more. just go to kron 4 dot com. happening now in the east bay. parts of interstate-80 just opened up moments ago. both directions between san pablo avenue and san pablo dam road in parts of richmond and san pablo are now open. it was closed from 11:00 last night until 7:00 this morning. the contra costa transportation authority says the closure helped make way for a new pedestrian overcrossing on riverside avenue.
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when completed, the new overcrossing will extend across amador street, making it safer for riverside elementary school students and the community. cal-trans says the overcrossing will open this fall. breaking news from overnight out of iraq. isis is claiming responsibility for a deadly attack, just north of baghdad. it happened at a natural gas plant. at least seven police officers are dead, and two dozen more people are injured. two suicide bombs went off at the plant -- one at the entrance, and another inside the facility. six isis militants then tried to storm their way in, but security forces were able to hold them off. "i would say by their personality, yes, they were probably taking over by an africanized bee hive." >> marty:killer bees in the east bay. now, a concord homeowner says he has the colony under control. this comes after the bees killed
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two small dogs and sent two people to the hospital. kron 4's kate cagle went out into the swarm to show us why these bee's are so dangerous. >> reporter:only an expert can say for sure whether or not these are africanized killer bees. e ac but i spoke to multipe bee keepers today who say they sure act like it. let's just get straight to it. this is marcin wojcikowski and this is the moment he gets stung by an africanized killer bee. after four generations of bee farming in polandone sting is nothing. but multiple stings form a hive of about 80-thousand relentless beescan be deadly. "because the target is your eye mouth nose and ear" so when i went out into the swarmi wore the full bee keeper suit. covering my entire body and face. "because it's dangerous right? for you. not for me." police say the swarm is from the hive of an amateur bee keeper he went to the hospital after opening the bee box and finding a different kind of swarm.
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the homeowner then destroyed the hive. now the bees are swarming everywhere. marcin says movementdraws the bees to you. "so if i moved much faster they would start stinging me like crazy. out at his bee farmthings are much calmer. "nothing" africanized bees are new to the bay area - but marcin says he's been dealing with them since 2014. as an experthe says the key is the queen. replace an africanized queen with an english or italian. her eggs will slowly turn the hive back to normal. that process takes about a month. but once the hive is in disarray like this onemoving it may be difficult. bees do calm down at night it is now safe to stand outside.
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the bee keeper himself says he plans to take care of the rest of the hive tonight. reporting in concord kate cagle kron 4 news. and happening tonight. the sharks begin the western conference finals against the saint louis blues. the sharks are coming off their series win against the predators, winning in seven games. they start game one in saint louis. puck drops tonight at 5:00. coming up. after three years the s-f musuem of modern art is officially back open. a look at its grand re-opening. and. a bicyclist is recovering just days after being hit by a san francisco police car. we have new dash cam video from the crash to show you later in our show. and for your money. it is never to early to start thinking about retirement. tips for saving your money down the road is next on kron.
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for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. the life style of millianials could be dipping into their retirement nest egg. a new study looks at how much people in their 20's will save. assuming they retire in 40 years. the study found people in their 20's are eating out too much. spending too much on cigarettes and coffee. experts say giving up these habits even for just one year. will add up to an extra 20- thousand dollars for retirement. >> marty:if you have health insurance through covered california. your premium could be going up next year. insurance experts say premiums in california could increase by an average of about eight- percent. this is because two federal programs that helped offset expensive medical claims-- are about to expire. adlib weather tz. >> rebecca: thing '60s pop up on
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the screen and highs expected in the '70s let you know where and when when i come back. >> marty:live look outside. bay bridge toll plaza. for the weekend. it's the japanese matsuri festival in saratoga. enjoy japanese music, food and more. it's all happening at the hakone estate and gardens from 11:00 to 4:00 the event is free to attend. the event is free to attend. homes are not one-dimensional. why use traditional aerosols that are? the event is free to attend. new air wick room mist with life scents is a multi-layered fragrance, just like scents in real life. finally, a true-to-life fragrance, for your lively home. air wick. home is in the air.
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welcome back to the kron four news weekend. taking this live look outside from our walnut creek camera. we are joined by rebecca strom with your weekend forecast. happening now in the south bay. >> rebecca: was all a lot of gray yesterday not the case today. a live shot right now at the bay bridge toll plaza
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lightly traveled in the san francisco a beautiful drive into the city things will be completely clear around noontime right and i can see lots of sunshine debitors coming up a couple degrees as well 5860 oakland's pleasanton and livermore both matching 58 degrees so it will shape up to be a beautiful day party season 60s across the bay area if going outside to their arms we see mostly sunny conditions temperatures and low 70's for lots of parts from the bay area alicea upper 60s and your bayside coastal locations. 5:00 it will be breezy was some wind speeds 15 20 mi. an hour cooling
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things down just a bit and the low 60s by year highs around 3:00 this afternoon 77 santa rosa 78 nap us 70 in hayward 72 fremont 72 also and oakland and 75 pleasanton livermore it will be warmer today than it was yesterday keep that in mind. and then it will be hotter tomorrow with 80s across the board. >> marty:morgan hill police are looking for a driver who hit a person in a wheelchair. it happened near monterey road and tennant avenue around 6-30 yesterday morning. the victim was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the person's car is described as a black s-u-v. if you have any information about the case.contact morgan hill police. a wildfire in washington state charred about 325 acres of land owned by the u-s forest service. the fire is burning about 45
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miles north east of seattle. fire crews in the county put people in the area on an evacuation notice. no homes are destroyed so far. right now the fire is not increasing in size. fire crews say that's because winds have died down. in national news. 11 people are in the hospital this morning after a crash near a disney theme park in orlando. police say an s-u-v going the wrong way crashed head-on into a bus. and both burst into flames. eight people on the bus, and three people in the s-u-v, including a child are in the hospital. police say their injuries range from minor to serious. >> marty:a tense standoff in sacramento ended with the arrest of an armed suspect. he surrendered after a six hour standoff with police. at one point, officers say the man threw a pipe bomb at them. police believe the stand off because of a domestic dispute. sacramento police confirmed no
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one was injured during the standoff. it's unclear what charges the man could face. in the east bay. a local school held a summit to inspire young girls to take on leadership positions. oakland's "julia morgan school for girls" had about 100 middle and high schoolers take part in the event yesterday. organizers say the goal of the summit is to have teens band together and pressure congress to pass the equal rights amendment. the event was inspired by the united state of women summit.which will be at the white house next month. in more bay area headlines. the revamped san francisco museum of modern art officially reopened. kron 4's alecia reid went to the gala celebration. she shows us how s-f- moma has now tripled in size. natsot - to have the building activated to have guests in our spaces it's an amazing moment for us there's a significant amount of gallery space >> reporter:sot - many of the galleries in the newer part of
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the building are almost a football field in length which is pretty amazing after 3 years and a lot of renovating the san francisco museum of modern art has penelope gordon's creative juices flowing. sot - i picked up a couple of ideas. i need to design a logo. >> reporter:it also left others inspired. sot - it's beyond words you know. sot - it's nice, i like it. the museum looks really nice sot - we're enjoying looking at all the different types of paintings sot - i'm seeing a lot of interesting artwork here >> reporter:unfortunaltely morgan wordes and her two young boys were turned away. they didn't get a chance to take in any of the displays. sot - no more tickets >> reporter:by the time they showed up to moma, all time the slots were filled. admission was free for everyone attending the gran re-opening, but the great news for people 18 and under is that it's always free for them. a tip for those planning to visit in the future. don't forget to book your ticket online if you want a guaranteed time slot. reporting from san francisco alecia reid
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>> marty:still ahead. did the giants keep their win streak alive? what about the a's? the highlights coming up. live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekned. it's the california book awards in san francisco. enjoy celebrating writers, readers, and publishers of northern california. it's all happening at the san francisco main library from 1:00 to 4:00. the event is free to attend.
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the giants continue their series in arizona. looking to keep their 3 game winstreak alive. and it was all giants in this one. and yes that is chewbacca at the ball park. it was star wars night in phoenix. as for the game, joe panik got things started with a single to left in the 1st inning. scoring denard span. then with the score tied at 1 in the 4th, hunter pence muscles a 2-run home run giving the giants a 3-1 lead. the giants would go on to win the game 5-3. the giants will look to complete the sweep today with matt cain looking for his first win in almost a year. 1st pitch is at 1:10. the a's looking to make it two in a row, coming off a win in st. petersburg against the rays. we'll pick things up in the third. that's when the ray's brad miller hits a 2 run jack to give the rays an early lead. that was all the runs the rays would need as the shut out the a's 6 to nothing. sonny gray takes the mound as the a's end their road trip. 1st
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pitch is at 10:10. still ahead. donald trump is under fire for not releaeing his tax returns. how hillary clinton's campaign is attacking the g-o-p frontrunner. live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the free sunday concert in san francisco. enjoy music, dancers, singers and speakers. it's all happening at spreckels temple of music at golden gate park from 1:00 to 2:45. the event is free ot attend.
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>> marty: soccer season was called off after a suspicious package was found at the stadium. team will release the statement about an hour ago. before the decision worked was may all fans evacuated 75,000 from the stadium bombs sniffing dogs searched it could of qualified manchester for next season championship leak on clear when the match will be rescheduled.
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>> rebecca: a shot of the golden gate bridge live right now blue clear conditions outside for san francisco shaping up to be a beautiful afternoon warmer than what we saw yesterday temperatures in the '50s and '60s we do have 61 in nevada 58 san francisco 57 centel 60 in hayward 58 in pleasanton as well as livermore. and so you might want a white sweater coming this afternoon he will not need it short and t-shirt weather for sure after coming for the bay to breakers here is the breakdown race started at 8:00 this morning if you want to make a lot can buy nine of mostly sunny conditions 60 expected by 11th and the sun will stick around
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the that will warm things up in the low 60s and then breathe deconditions by one this afternoon looking at around 65 degrees for the city be a full day with a you come out for fear if you take part in the bay to breakers race. 70 in most locations. >> marty:big news we are following. a san francisco cyclist is recovering just days after a san francisco police officer hit him with his police car. this is *new dash cam video from a car in the area at the time. which shows us part of the collision. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the victim, who says he has no ill-will towards the officer. but is still considering legal action. sot- "how are you doing? uh, could be better, could be worse." >> reporter:a bit banged up. sot- "basically a shin injury and a back injury with a bone and a couple of ribs are either bruised or semi-fractured." >> reporter:timothy doyle says it might be a while before he can ride his bike again pain-
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free. and, this dash cam video of the crash captured by a passerby thursday evening shows you why. headed south on second street towards mission street, you can clearly see doyle riding in the designated green bike lane. when the officer riding in front of him first merged into the right turn lane, then suddenly veered left. sot- "i could see him pulling out and i could see the car didn't see me, and he was right there and it was just smash." >> reporter:doyle flew into the air and fell flat on his back. sot- "when i landed, there's a moment when you're in the air, that was a total blackout. when i landed, i was like, 'holy , i'm awake, you know, i'm, i'm, this is good." >> reporter:keeping things in perspective though. doyle says if he was gonna get hit, it might as well have been by a cop. because at least the officer called for an ambulance immediately. sot- "cyclists get nailed all the time and nothing happens."
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>> reporter:when questioned by san francisco police on the way to the hospital. doyle says he was asked if the officer's turn signal or emergency lights were on, and said he didn't know. the dash cam video appears to show the officer didn't activate any lights. the police department says it is conducting both a traffic collision and supervisory investigation into the crash. doyle says he is not at all upset with police. but is considering legal action. sot- "i've been emailing back and forth and i think i'm going to meet with an attorney on monday." >> reporter:then, hopefully put this all behind him. sot- "i'm ready to heal up and take it easy out there." >> reporter:in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> marty:more big news we are following out of texas. eight people are dead and 44 hurt after a charter bus rolled over and crashed on a texas highway. this crash is condsidered one of the deadliest bus accidents in texas in the last several years.
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authorities say the charter bus veered off the highway-83 near laredo after the driver lost control. the bus driver is believed to be among the injured. the crash happened in south texas, near the mexican border. it was headed to a casino. it was raining at the time of the roll-over.but it's unclear if that was a factor. and in georgia. a plane crash stunned hundreds of spectators at an air show near atlanta. the pilot was killed. witnesses say the pilot was trying to complete a stunt maneuver and was unable to pull out of a dive because of high winds. >> marty:the f-a-a and the n-t- s-b are now investigating the crash. in decision 20-16. the presumptive g-o-p nominee, donald trump is catching plenty of heat over not releasing his tax returns. as c-n-n's karin caifa explains, a new campaign ad is questioning what could trump be hiding. >> reporter: online at shining a
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light on donald trump failing for releasing his tax returns. presumptive gop nominee in years past he would release an some falling conditions which have already come and gone. tell those returns are made public the clinton campaign will keep pressure on. his desk again friday about the perfusing of failing to release the documents. trump plans the delay on irs.
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>> gabe: this the duo is a national competition about the award the winner 1 million they're about to find out if they want their product getting big national attention. >> marty: some 70,000 runners well on their way on a course the continue to keep you updated 2016 threat the morning and for the weekend food vendors speakers prizes a whole lot of things going on all happening at
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i don't know if he likes that. yeah part of the complete breakfast the mayor >> stanley: cut >> gabe: as curtis makerameric's greatest makers only four will win the $1 million. "million reasons we want million dollars just having money to
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the couple of them is like. "trust is one of the most important parts of fine new company this is us this is our family we have to make this work we will try harder and the more than other people. " >> stanley:coming up nats: ambiance a marin area chp officer comes under attack, causing an estimated 12 thousand dollars in damage .but this isn't anywhere near marin i'll show you more in the next edition of people behaving baldy >> marty:live look outside. san mateo bridge. for the weekned. it's salsa sunday's in emeryville. enjoy a live salsa band and the event is free to attend.
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i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually belongs on the table.
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now on kron-4 news weekeknd: the four things you need to know for the week ahead. on monday. it is the launch of our new 10 p-m newscast. pam moore is anchoring, along with gary radnich and brittney shipp. and we have a new member joining the kron four team. steve aveson. and starting next weekend. >> marty:you can catch j-r stone and justine waldman on the news at 10 p-m on saturday and sunday nights. also happening on monday. the warriors begin the western conference finals against the oklahoma city thunder. the warriors are coming off their series win against the portland trail blazers in five games. the dubs won all three games against the thunder in the regular season. first game is tomorrow night at 6:00 at oracle arena. on tuesday. voters head to the polls in oregon, as well as a democratic primary in kentucky. hillary clinton leads bernie sanders by just under 800 delegates, including super delegates.
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on the republican side. donald trump is the likely g-o-p nominee. and as always we are tracking the weather. a cool and cloudy day is expected for later this afternoon. with mild temeratures throughout the week. rebecca strom is here now with a look at your forecast. >> rebecca: messines the sunshine hit around 8:00 that's when things started clearing out a live camera sfo actually conditions improving real overcast vary greatly see blue peeking through here noontime all this will clear in the area and opening up sell-off of sunshine and warmer temperatures might not temperatures outside san francisco oakland 60 at san jose 59 livermore 59 as well we you are starting to see some seventies coming up for your
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high and out plan your day this is what you need to know oran in time things should clear out and temperatures in the low 70's of for six days in a cooler locations by 5:00 the light breeze 50th 20 mi. an hour expected and bundle this evening for share 81 degrees for friends and antioch this afternoon run around 3:00 and then to 75 then pausing 10 as well as livermore 72 coming in for fremont it will shape up to be a beautiful afternoon much better than what we saw yesterday and we will see an increase through this week and monday we see some temperatures in the '80s for the warmest and locations tuesday that he is really on for some of our areas pushing in the low
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90s same for wednesday lots of sunshine then we will have things start to taper off, wednesday and then it would drop down the '70s still very nice whether things will be much cooler once we hit thursday and friday as well it will start to taper off even more temperatures in the upper 60s was seven days. saturday we could have a chance of some showers, next weekend factory level umbrellas handy just in case. >> marty:earlier this week, a video of a c-h-p officer appearing to be attacked in east oakland during a sideshow. we have been working all week to uncover what actually happened. kron-4's stanley roberts gives us an exclusive look into the dangers facing the c-h-p trying to stop the sideshows. >> stanley:sitting in the marin area chp garage is this suv cruiser with the rear window smashed out it also has a broken tail light and dents all around it also covered in shoe prints
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nats: ambiance it all happened here on the corner of 106th and macauthor in oakland this lone chp cruiser with two officers in side is taking the brunt of an angry shdeshow crowd this video was sent to me anonmously via facebook i posted it on face book and close to hafl a million views later i am finally able to piece together what actually happened nats: ambiance if you watch the video you will see people kicking throwing beer bottles at the cruiser, and one thing you won't notice unless you look closely at the video here let me show you the chp unit with officers inside was basically ambushed by spectators .how do i know .take a look at here lets stop the video you see the traffic light at 106 ave it was green and green for a long time that the suv could have moved instead it stayed put witness say it was done to intentially block the cruiser the california highway patrol confirmed .the suv did in fact block the path of the officer
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nats: ambiance here is what else i know, according to the california highway patrol the two officers was part of special detail sent to oakland from multiple offices to assist with sideshow enforcement the chp, oaakland police and other agencies are banding together in an attempt crack down on these illegal sideshows neither officer was not injured but the cruiser as you can see was heavely damaged. the chp is following up on leads and the dash camera installed in every cruiser yieled a lot of information nats: ambiance the chp says they have yet to add up the damage to this new cruiser. but based on other repair jobs it could end up costing you the tax payer upward to 12 thousand dollars nats: ambiance in oakland stanley roberts kron 4 news package theft is an increasing problem and one man in los angeles, who was sick of his deliveries being stolen, did something about it. >> marty:the man was parked in front of his house when he saw a woman stealing a package from his porch. he decided to confront the thief.and videotape it. he then posted the video to social media. it didn't take long for the video to go viral. after being caught red-handed, the woman didn't show any remorse.
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the alhambra police department posted the video to its facebook page. they got several tips identifying the thief as a 20- year-old woman. she has been arrested and denies the charges. one of the guitar's that belonged to music legend prince will be auctioned off in beverly hills. a uniquely shaped bright yellow guitar that prince used to perform some of his hit singles has an opening bid of 30- thousand dollars. the auction begins on june 24th. and may feature more guitars from the " purple rain" star. other prince items at the
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beverly hills auction will inculde record sales plaques and original demo tapes. prince was found dead at the age of 57 on april 21st at his recording complex in minnesota. >> marty: those nice the check back and of the bay the breakers we have avery standing by with a report coming up for the weekendfor the weekned. it's the cuban rumba jam in berkeley. check out afro-cuban folkloric drums, dances, songs and rumba. it's all happening at la pena cultural center from 3:30 to 6:00. the event is free to attend.
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take a look at this. that dance is called the "whip and nae-nae" and members of the san francisco police department teamed up with the special olympics to have some fun with hundreds of children.
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the event took place at kezar stadium. kids participated in track and field drills and of course. a programming reminder this morning. you can catch an all-new episode of our original show, "the backstory," tonight. here's a sneak peak. the backstory airs this sunday night at 9:30.
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>> rebecca: lots of sunshine expected if an absolutely beautiful '70s and lots of parts of the bay area warmer in sunday after the heating trend will continue throughout the week and as of right now a live camera at the bay bridge toll plaza lots of sunshine it will be a beautiful drive if you're heading into the city any time since today temperatures off on a mild side of the 60s across the bay area 61 oakland 60
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hayward 60 and livermore and 60 degrees also in san jose bees are just to begin we will see seven news at the 3:00 hour. this hou sunny skies by noontimf sunshine 68 for the average high. temperatures are mild side with '70s and inland locations coastal side areas in the '60s. >> marty:happening today. it is the annual bay to breakers. and kron 4 is a proud sponser of the event. the race kicks off in just an
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happening now in the east bay. >> reporter: many of them are seeing a lot superhero's. >> averi: we seen some lady bugs the scene is that haiti is a lot of people with the neon colors the. very colorful lot of people of and very rowdy since the very beginning throwing tortillas and now making their way to ocean beach this the hundred and 50 years all the medals for the race will also have '80s designs 20,000 volunteers san francisco police department out here making sure that the race is say that you're
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running this year is not any alcohol zero tolerance policy if you are driving through the city know all the streets in the area are closed again the race ends at ocean beach we will have someone there to show you what it looks like so you'll be able to check it out live here in san francisco. >> marty: parts of interstate-80 just opened up moments ago. both directions between san pablo avenue and san pablo dam road in parts of richmond and san pablo are now open. it was closed from 11:00 last night until 7:00 this morning. the contra costa transportation authority says the closure helped make way for a new pedestrian overcrossing on riverside avenue. when completed, the new overcrossing will extend across amador street, making it safer for riverside elementary school students and the community. cal- trans says the overcrossing will open this fall.
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>> marty:breaking news from overnight out of iraq. isis is claiming responsibility for a deadly attack, just north of baghdad. it happened at a natural gas plant. at least seven police officers are dead, and two dozen more people are injured. two suicide bombs went off at the plant -- one at the entrance, and another inside the facility. six isis militants then tried to storm their way in, but security forces were able to hold them off. "i would say by their personality, yes, they were probably taking over by an africanized bee hive." killer bees in the east bay. now, a concord homeowner says he has the colony under control. this comes after the bees killed two small dogs and sent two people to the hospital. kron 4's kate cagle went out into the swarm to show us why these bee's are so dangerous. >> reporter:only an expert can say for sure whether or not
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these are africanized killer bees. e ac but i spoke to multipe bee keepers today who say they sure act like it. let's just get straight to it. this is marcin wojcikowski and this is the moment he gets stung by an africanized killer bee. after four generations of bee farming in polandone sting is nothing. but multiple stings form a hive of about 80-thousand relentless beescan be deadly. "because the target is your eye mouth nose and ear" so when i went out into the swarmi wore the full bee keeper suit. covering my entire body and face. "because it's dangerous right? for you. not for me." police say the swarm is from the hive of an amateur bee keeper he went to the hospital after opening the bee box and finding a different kind of swarm.
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the homeowner then destroyed the hive. now the bees are swarming everywhere. marcin says movementdraws the bees to you. "so if i moved much faster they would start stinging me like crazy. out at his bee farmthings are much calmer. "nothing" africanized bees are new to the bay area - but marcin says he's been dealing with them since 2014. as an experthe says the key is the queen. replace an africanized queen with an english or italian. her eggs will slowly turn the hive back to normal. that process takes about a month. but once the hive is in disarray like this onemoving it may be difficult. bees do calm down at night it is now safe to stand outside. the bee keeper himself says he plans to take care of the rest of the hive tonight. reporting in concord kate cagle kron 4 news.
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>> marty:and happening tonight. the sharks begin the western conference finals against the saint louis blues. the sharks are coming off their series win against the predators, winning in seven games. they start game one in saint louis. puck drops tonight at 5:00. coming up. after three years the s-f musuem of modern art is officially back open. a look at its grand re-opening. and. a bicyclist is recovering just days after being hit by a san francisco police car. we have new dash cam video from the crash to show you later in our show. and for your money. it is never to early to start thinking about retirement. tips for saving your money down the road is next on kron. for your money:.
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>> marty:here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. the life style of millianials could be dipping into their retirement nest egg. a new study looks at how much people in their 20's will save. assuming they retire in 40 years. the study found people in their 20's are eating out too much. spending too much on cigarettes and coffee. experts say giving up these habits even for just one year. will add up to an extra 20- thousand dollars for retirement. if you have health insurance through covered california. your premium could be going up next year. insurance experts say premiums in california could increase by an average of about eight- percent. this is because two federal programs that helped offset expensive medical claims-- are about to expire.
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>> rebecca: to expect for the day from the skies by noon with highs in the upper 60s low 70's 5:00 preconditions' dropping down just a bit a warm-up is on the way we will let you know the full seven day forecast coming off.up for the weekend. it's the japanese matsuri festival in saratoga. enjoy japanese music, food and it's all happening at the hakone estate and gardens from 11:00 to 4:00
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welcome back to the kron four news weekend. taking this live look outside from our walnut creek camera. "here to bring star wars live very happy about it." >> marty: coverage of the bay to breakers and for a complete guide road closures everything is going on. kron4news-dot-com >> rebecca: the sunshine matches on the creek as a dozen san
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francisco with saw really early this morning not only a o'clock the lots of sunshine that's really keeping things that and i set temperature right now cream much 60s across the bay area to political life picture of the golden gate clear skies lots of blue it will be a gorgeous day in san francisco coming out to emulate the wonderful weather is at the familiarity shirt shorts it will be beautiful literacy and temperatures mild right now in san francisco oakland at 6160 in san jose matching 450 degrees and some seven days for your highest in just a minute by noontime and that will warm
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things up temperature across the bay area primarily in the mid- 70s. will let you now coming up next. . morgan hill police
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looking for a traveler who had a person a wheelchair. >> marty:the victim was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. the person's car is described as a black s-u-v. if you have any information about the case.contact morgana wildfire in washington state charred about 325 acres of land the fire is burning about 45 people in the area on an evacuation notice. no homes are destroyed so far. right now the fire is not increasing in size. fire crews say that's because winds have died down. in national news. 11 people are in the hospital this morning after a crash near a disney theme park in orlando. police say an s-u-v going the wrong way crashed head-on into a bus. and both burst into flames. eight people on the bus, and three people in the s-u-v,
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including a child are in the hospital. police say their injuries range from minor to serious. a tense standoff in sacramento ended with the arrest of an armed suspect. >> marty: william morgan school for girls had organizers say the goal the summit was that the teams then to get their rights to and then was the event was inspired by the united state of women summit.which will be at the white house next month. in more bay area headlines. the revamped san francisco museum of modern art officially kron 4's alecia reid went to the gala celebration. she shows us how s-f- moma has now tripled in size. natsot - to have the building activated to have guests in our spaces it's an amazing moment for us >> reporter:there's a significant amount of gallery space sot - many of the galleries in the newer part of the building
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are almost a football field in length which is pretty amazing >> reporter:after 3 years and a lot of renovating the san francisco museum of modern art has penelope gordon's creative juices flowing. sot - i picked up a couple of ideas. i need to design a logo. it also left others inspired. sot - it's beyond words you know. sot - it's nice, i like it. the museum looks really nice sot - we're enjoying looking at all the different types of paintings sot - i'm seeing a lot of interesting artwork here unfortunaltely morgan wordes and her two young boys were turned away. they didn't get a chance to take in any of the displays. sot - no more tickets by the time they showed up to moma, all time the slots were filled. standup admission was free for everyone attending the gran re- opening, but the great news for people 18 and under is that it's always free for them. a tip for those planning to visit in the future. don't forget to book your ticket online if you want a guaranteed time slot. reporting from san francisco alecia reid
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still ahead. did the giants keep their win streak alive? what about the a's? the highlights coming up. live look outside. richmond bridge >> marty: runners on their way for the 104th bay to breakers. for the weekned. it's the california book awards enjoy celebrating writers, readers, and publishers of northern california. it's all happening at the san francisco main library from 1:00 to 4:00.
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the giants continue their series in arizona. looking to keep their 3 game winstreak alive. and it was all giants in this one. and yes that is chewbacca at the ball park. it was star wars night in phoenix. as for the game, joe panik got things started with a single to left in the 1st inning. scoring denard span. then with the score tied at 1 in the 4th, hunter pence muscles a 2-run home run giving the giants a 3-1 lead. the giants would go on to win the game 5-3. the giants will look to complete the sweep today with matt cain looking for his first win in almost a year. 1st pitch is at 1:10. the a's looking to make it two in a row, coming off a win in st. petersburg against the rays. we'll pick things up in the third. that's when the ray's brad miller hits a 2 run jack to give the rays an early lead. that was all the runs the rays would need as the shut out the a's 6 to nothing. sonny gray takes the mound as the a's end their road trip. 1st pitch is at 10:10.
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still ahead. donald trump is under fire for not releaeing his tax returns. how hillary clinton's campaign is attacking the g-o-p frontrunner. live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the free sunday concert in san francisco. enjoy music, dancers, singers and speakers. it's all happening at spreckels temple of music at golden gate park from 1:00 to 2:45. the event is free ot attend.
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taking a live look outside at the embarcadero this morning. the can >> marty: full dimension our go the era before the decision was made all 7070 thousand fans were at the back sueded still unclear when the match will be rescheduled. >> marty: 20 about the weather as to take a live look. >> rebecca:
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a special on the pencil a coastal locations it's a nice day to get to the beach pecan by noontime mostly sunny conditions come out with high and low '70's with the upper 60s for cooler spot by 5:00 we see breezy conditions and temperatures still mild outbursts '60s low '70's in the warmest and location the heat is on the way to the bay area lay will let you know what the next earthquake coming up. big news we are following. a san francisco cyclist is recovering just days after a san francisco police officer hit him
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with his police car. this is *new dash cam video from a car in the area at the time. which shows us part of the collision. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the victim, who says he has no ill-will towards the officer. but is still considering legal action. sot- "how are you doing? uh, could be better, could be worse." >> reporter:a bit banged up. sot- "basically a shin injury and a back injury with a bone and a couple of ribs are either bruised or semi-fractured." >> reporter:timothy doyle says it might be a while before he can ride his bike again pain- free. and, this dash cam video of the crash captured by a passerby thursday evening shows you why. headed south on second street towards mission street, you can clearly see doyle riding in the designated green bike lane. when the officer riding in front of him first merged into the right turn lane, then suddenly veered left. sot- "i could see him pulling out and i could see the car didn't see me, and he was right there and it was just smash." doyle flew into the air and fell flat on his back. sot- "when i landed, there's a moment when you're in the air, that was a total blackout. when i landed, i was like, 'holy , i'm awake, you know, i'm, i'm, this is good."
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>> reporter:keeping things in perspective though. doyle says if he was gonna get hit, it might as well have been by a cop. because at least the officer called for an ambulance immediately. sot- "cyclists get nailed all the time and nothing happens." >> reporter:when questioned by san francisco police on the way to the hospital. doyle says he was asked if the officer's turn signal or emergency lights were on, and said he didn't know. the dash cam video appears to show the officer didn't activate any lights. the police department says it is conducting both a traffic collision and supervisory investigation into the crash. doyle says he is not at all upset with police. but is considering legal action. sot- "i've been emailing back and forth and i think i'm going to meet with an attorney on monday." >> reporter:then, hopefully put this all behind him. sot- "i'm ready to heal up and take it easy out there." >> reporter: in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. >> marty:
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in decision 20-16. the presumptive g-o-p nominee, donald trump is catching plenty of heat over not releasing his tax returns. as c-n-n's karin caifa explains, a new campaign ad is questioning what could trump be hiding. >> reporter: new online ad by the clinton campaign shining a light on donald trump failing to reach his tax return. the presumptive gop. until those returns are made public the clinton campaign will keep pressure on. asked again friday
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>> gabe: the couple with that is like. >> marty: >> stanley: coming of an office a half to a thousand dollar is an damaged estimated 12 thousand dollars in damage .but this isn't anywhere near marin i'll show you more in the next edition of people behaving baldy >> marty:live look outside. san mateo bridge. for the weekned. it's salsa sunday's in
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emeryville. enjoy a live salsa band and plenty of dancing. it's happening at bay street the event is free to attend.
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now on kron-4 news weekeknd: the four things you need to know for the week ahead. on monday. it is the launch of our new 10 p-m newscast. pam moore is anchoring, along with gary radnich and brittney shipp. and we have a new member joining the kron four team. steve aveson. and starting next weekend. you can catch j-r stone and justine waldman on the news at 10 p-m on saturday and sunday nights. also happening on monday. the warriors begin the western conference finals against the oklahoma city thunder. the warriors are coming off their series win against the portland trail blazers in five games. the dubs won all three games against the thunder in the regular season. first game is tomorrow night at 6:00 at oracle arena. on tuesday. voters head to the polls in oregon, as well as a democratic primary in kentucky.
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hillary clinton leads bernie sanders by just under 800 delegates, including super delegates. on the republican side. donald trump is the likely g-o-p nominee. and as always we are tracking the weather. a cool and cloudy day is expected for later this afternoon. with mild temeratures throughout the week. rebecca strom is here now with a look at your forecast. >> rebecca: right now postcard picture at the golden gate bridge with clear blue skies let the sunshine are around 8:00 this morning so that's definitely going to keep temperatures mild little warmer read around noontime and right now beautiful drive in and out of san francisco into the city for joining the bay to breakers race at 8:00 still going on sundays to allow time to the naked down there if you like. a nice 59 degrees. .
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>> rebecca: 1110 at both coming in at 60 degrees '70s are on the way as we make our way through the morning hours planning your day and by noon we see temperatures near the '70s for warmus inland locations the locations in the upper 60s cecil mice temperatures and again sunday skye's 5:00 that's when things cool down just a bit with a wind speeds 15 20 mi. an hour preconditions' keep things a little cooler and temperatures dropped down in the '50s it but afternoon highs here's what they look like rider on the 3:00 hour 71 in san rafael and then 75 for pleasanton as well as livermore 74 in san jose 72 in sunnyvale the heat is not just their not stopping there it's gonna be on
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the way for monday here's a look at your 7 there on the bay forecast '80s and '90s degrees for tuesday. then we ava cooling trend for just a bit into the mid '70s and it will remain through that with a chance of light showers come next weekend. >> marty:earlier this week, a video of a c-h-p officer appearing to be a sideshow. uncover what actually happened. kron-4's stanley roberts gives us an exclusive look into the dangers facing the c-h-p trying >> stanley:sitting in the marin area chp garage is this suv cruiser with the rear window smashed out it also has a broken tail light and dents all around it also covered in shoe prints
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nats: ambiance it all happened here on the corner of 106th and macauthor in oakland this lone chp cruiser with two officers in side is taking the brunt of an angry shdeshow crowd this video was sent to me anonmously via facebook i posted it on face book and close to hafl a million views later i am finally able to piece together what actually happened nats: ambiance if you watch the video you will see people kicking throwing beer bottles at the cruiser, and one thing you won't notice unless you look closely at the video here let me show you the chp unit with officers inside was basically ambushed by spectators .how do i know .take a look at here lets stop the video you see the traffic light at 106 ave it was green and green for a long time that the suv could have moved instead it stayed put witness say it was done to intentially block the cruiser the california highway patrol confirmed .the suv did in fact block the path of the officer nats: ambiance here is what else i know,
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according to the california highway patrol the two officers was part of special detail sent to oakland from multiple offices to assist with sideshow enforcement the chp, oaakland police and other agencies are banding together in an attempt crack down on these illegal sideshows neither officer was not injured but the cruiser as you can see was heavely damaged. the chp is following up on leads and the dash camera installed in every cruiser yieled a lot of information nats: ambiance the chp says they have yet to add up the damage to this new cruiser. but based on other repair jobs it could end up costing you the tax payer upward to 12 thousand dollars nats: ambiance in oakland stanley roberts kron 4 news >> marty:package theft is an increasing problem and one man in los angeles, who was sick of his deliveries being stolen, did something about it. the man was parked in front of his house when he saw a woman stealing a package from his porch. he decided to confront the thief.and videotape it.
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he then posted the video to social media. it didn't take long for the video to go viral. after being caught red-handed, the woman didn't show any remorse. the alhambra police department posted the video to its facebook page. they got several tips identifying the thief as a 20- year-old woman. she has been arrested and denies the charges. >> marty: accustoms and break but gen berkeley it's the cuban rumba jam in berkeley. check out afro-cuban folkloric drums, dances, songs and rumba. it's all happening at la pena cultural center from 3:30 to 6:00.
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>> marty: eris tonight at 930 here on kron 4. bay tiebreaker winner i think it from kenya. continuing coverage on our face book and website kron4news-dot- com. >> rebecca: it is definitely going to heat up come tomorrow we see it temperatures 91 on wednesday
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>> rebecca: we see sunny skies around eight which was great keeping things nice and mild for folks out there. >> marty: 80 for joining us appreciate you spending time with us to forget news at 8 and we will see you next week
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