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>> marty: good morning and thank you for joining us this sunday morning. we are taking a live look camera. i'm marty gonzalez and thanks us with your sunday morning forecast. dave? acquits >> reporter: commercial for you of the golden gate traditional overcast at conditions but their we are 07
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a.m. piquancy hardly any progress continue as we get some light years the models tell us by 10:00 a.m. the should be doing pretty well up that point and then up against calluses you noticed and again at 7:00 p.m. it starts the process again forcibly along the east bay shoreline and inland valleys again tomorrow morning. concord coming in the '60s livermore's will said jose 62 along with modern view. no. pay a lot of the upper 50s oakland looks like this morning fog and clouds and slow clearing professor than yesterday's performance school and with a federal marine layer the next hours. 67 and by 3:00 p.m. and then over sicily and in response today they do so
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tomorrow and cool off just a touch elsewhere tomorrow. details coming up a bit. >> marty:breaking news we are following. part of highway 101 southbound in belmont is closed this morning after reports of a possible shooting. kron four's averi harper is live at the scene. averi? breaking overnight. firefighters now have control of a fire that was burning at a public storage center in san jose. here's a picture from the san jose fire department's twitter page.
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>> averi: chp officer use this service weapon to shoot the suspect and then transported with turning injuries at this time. no information about who the person as this is still close here planning for how you know one as of right now so close in in very were open you more an aberration the letter on a we will be back with you with an update. >> marty:smoke in a single storage unit was first reported at about 9:00 last night on felipe avenue.
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fire officials say 60 firefighters worked to extinguish the blaze. they found the fire that had expanded onto the second floor of the building and to nearby units. no injuries were reported. the cause of the fire is still unknown. >> marty:another big story we are following this morning. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick taking a stand -- by sitting down during the national anthem. some fans reacted to kaepernick's move by burning their jersey. you have probably seen this picture already. it happened during the 49ers' preseason game versus the green bay packers game at levi's stadium on friday night. >> marty:kap went on to say"this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. there are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder." n-f-l officials said in a statement yesterday, quote. "players are encouraged but not
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required to stand during the playing of the national anthem." and over one-thousand kron four viewers took to facebook to voice their opinion. akila s wrote. when an atheist says they don't participate in the pledge because they don't believe in god, nobody bats an eye. but if he does it for his beliefs , people want to have something negative to say. hypocrisy, it's what makes america great! while allyson s. said. ".everyone isn't going to agree on everything. but come on, show respect and stand up for the national anthem." and kron 4's ella sogomonian reports from levi's stadium in santa clara.where she spoke to fans about kap's actions. "nats" >> reporter:49ers fans across america have taken to youtube to post videos burning quarterback colin kaepernick's jersey in protest of his actions when friday night he chose to remain seated for the national anthem. >> :"that's pretty extreme to me
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that's pretty harsh you shouldn't burn a jersey." "i don't think they have to burn his jersey that might have to do with his performance on the field maybe, i don't it's preseason and he hasn't played in a while so who knows." >> :"it did come as a shock i think patriotism is an important part of all professional sports in the u.s." in an interview the athlete explained his decision reflected concern for racial inequality in america. >> :"probably using his celebrity to get the message out and it should be sent out but i'm not sure if it was the right time or place." >> :"use your status but use it in a positive way and affect people in a positive manner." >> :"people are entitled to their own opinions but at a football game like that i don't think he should have done that." >> reporter:in a phone
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conference 49ers coach chip kelly said all players are entitled to their own opinions. >> :"the league's statement is that they encourage them but it's not required to stand for the national anthem so it's his right as a citizen." >> reporter:live in santa clara ella sogomonian kron 4 news. >> marty:and our coverage on this story continues on kron4 dot com. you can see exactly what kap said after refusing to stand with his team. as well as the 49ers statement on the issue. that's all on kron4 dot com. >> marty:happening now. a warning to beach goers boaters spotted what appears to be a baby great white shark near mission rock in san francisco. this is video sent in to us by a kron four viewer. >> marty:it happened yesterday afternoon. scientists believe the shark is either in distress or lost. because they say sharks rarely swim this close to the shore alone. france is having a lasting
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we'll hear about their first >> marty:plus. n-b-a star dwayne wade's cousin was shot and killed in chicago. now donald trump is linking that murder to why he should be elected. we'll explain up ahead. >> marty:and. we have tips to saving for retirement. that is next on kron four.
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>> marty:for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. more americans are living longer, which means more people are working longer. and there are concerns that we aren't saving enough money for retirement. a new study shows that if employers don't automatically enroll their workers into a retirement savings plan, fewer than half will sign up for a savings plan on their own. financial experts suggest saving 15-percent or more of your salary towards retirement. if you can't do that. start saving gradually and add two- percent each year.
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>> marty:for the weekned. it's the silicon valley food and art festival in cupertino. come out and enjoy food, chef demos and more. it's all happening at the cupertino quinlan community center from 12:00 to 5:00. the event is free to attend.
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want to take a look at what conditions look like right now from our golden gate bridge camera. meteorologist dave spahr joins me with your morning forecast. dave? >> reporter: downtown so forth and think it will break couple little bit it's there now today and the vehicle and casey we get
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this cleared up all little better job than yesterday's 62 for san jose up in the north bay upper 50s territory. request so we would build with and the performance and technically a few degrees we're looking for little bit of inland valleys but in some spots to no. they may be a little bit cooler. and the pacific and not really if anyone. >> reporter: madelin, and its effect of quiet this week. you see this collection of clouds meeting grain to get to that in just a second it will impact you early next week. as we go forward trouble storms becomes a hurricane monday and then early tomorrow and through maybe tuesday it stays there then as a
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jobs on a power down to a trouble storm. " in the hawaiian islands and it's a bit from what it was yesterday the trend looks good if it keeps this up and may miss the whole islands. >> reporter: 66 and san francisco for a high today and and you can see mid-70s along the bay shoreline wall along the coast to go lower 60s. please
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stay shoreline not put this down for mark larcenies oakland 73 hayward. livermore 84 and then also slightly warmer and inland valleys particularly point to the east. then the system log for the no. it will holes of just a bit and we were watching part of a week does not like it's coming together for rain either but may cause a reduction in temperatures. >> marty:new this morning. seven people were arrested in a prostitution sting in vallejo. they are accused of soliciting prostitution or loitering with the intent to solicit prostitution. >> marty:it happened on friday in the downtown area. the sting included the police department and solano county deputies. police say the sting was meant to send a message that prositution in the city will not be tolerated. >> marty:happening now. police are asking for the public's help in identifying a woman who used a stolen, fake check at a campbell grocery store. here are images of that woman captured by store surveillance cameras. >> marty:it happened on july 14th at around six at night.
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a woman entered the safeway on west hamilton avenue near springfield drive. police say she used a forged check to make a purchase. anyone with information about her identity is ask to contact campbell police. >> marty:a bay area family who survived the bastille day horror in nice, francehas returned home. we are getting details about what they saw happened that night, as a terrorist used a truck to run over hundreds of people. >> marty:kron four's spencer blake spoke to the luka family in walnut creek -- who say the tragedy almost as confusing as it was terrifying. >> reporter:on the night of the attack in nice, france, sara luka was with her son and daughter watching fireworks. she took this video from the very promenade where a truck sped through a crowd of revelers. she even saw the truck, but from about 25 yards away, she couldn't tell anything was wrong. >> :"he was driving in a zig- zag, too. now, i know, probably to kill as many people as possible. i don't know. i didn't realize what was going on at the time. i just thought it was some
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kind of patrol." >> reporter:but as soon as the show was over mass panic set in. >> :"the fireworks were making noise, too, so everybody got confused." "from the promenade when the fireworks ended, we turned around and started walking, then all of the sudden we just noticed a whole group of people - hundreds - running. so we already knew that something must have happened." >> reporter:the first source to tell sara that it was a deadly attack was facebook. from there, the lukas started running, too, trying desperately to make it back to their hotel. a stranger helped carry six- year-old nell. >> :"they were making an attack, so everyone was running on my shoe and it fell down." >> reporter:they didn't even think about turning back to find that missing shoe. even once they got back into their hotel, the family stayed quiet and left the lights off. they had no idea if an attacker
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would make another move. >> :"the next day, i didn't leave the hotel room. i was so scared. i was terrified and scared. so i don't think i got a safe breath until i left france." >> reporter:sara took her kids to her native country of poland, not knowing until later that 86 people died the night they were there, and more than three hundred others got hurt. that was kron four's spencer blake reporting. and in more world news. >> marty:the death toll has risen to at least 291 people after an earthquake hit central italy. many more are still missing in the three mountainside villages destroyed by wednesday's powerful earthquake and aftershocks. italy observed a day of national mourning yesterday for those killed. >> marty:a state funeral was held for 35 of the victims. thousands of survivors are now living in camps. rescue workers continue to look for victims under tons of rubble. but hope is fading of finding survivors as time goes on.
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coming up. a come from behind win for the a's, and spectacular catch by amari cooper. your sunday morning sports recap is next on kron four. >> marty:live look outside. san francisco international airport. for the weekned. it's the italian family festa in san jose. come out and enjoy food, a wine garden, and a grape stomp. it's all happening at history park from 11:00 to 6:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty:in bay area baseball. the giants hosting the braves in the second game of their weekend series. brandon crawford got things going early. with this solo shot to left-field, giving the giants a 1-0 lead. two innings later. matt kemp hit a three-run home run to center give the braves the lead. and the giants had no answer. they lost the game three to one. the giants are 13 and 26 since the all-star break -- the worst record in the majors over that stretch. and the dodgers won so the giants are two games behind l.a. they take on the braves again today with madison bumgarner on the mound. first pitch is set for 1:05. >> marty:the a's are in saint louis, looking to even the series against the cards. lets jump to the eighth inning with the a's down two to one. khris davis hustles home on an infield grounder. one batter later, a sacrifice fly sends home ryon healy. the a's went on to win three to two. also want to mention that healy extended his hitting streak to 13, which is currently the longest in the majors. the a's take on the cardinals again today at 11:15.
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that was the play of the day for the raiders. a 29-yard touchdown from derek carr to amari cooper in the second quarter.
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this was the raiders first home preseason game. carr looked good, finishing the game 12 for 18 with 169 yards and two touchdowns. the raiders went on to lose the game 27 to 14. their final preseason game is on thursday against the seahawks at the coliseum. kick off is set for 7:00. police are now looking for the shooter who killed a father in walnut creek. how people in the area are reacting to the first homicide in walnut creek this year. live look outside. kirkwood camera in lake tahoe. for the weekned. it's the silicon valley pride festival and parade in san jose. come out and enjoy live entertainment, food and more. it's all happening at almaden and park from 10:30 to 6:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> reporter: you have all cleared out by 11:00 a.m. and then hovering along the coast you notice by this evening close the city's asserting to be affected by 7:00 p.m. not totally the answers to spill into the inland valleys as a progress later and the overnight hours. >> reporter: 62 oakland hayward 59 san francisco for a, feel that chile 50 force, 64 concord livermore, and then a slight amber '70s miles. 7:00 a.m. by 11:00 a.m. sunday in berlin schiedam. >> reporter: 2 by 3:00 p.m. slight reduction in temperatures tomorrow things to week system moving on through. it looks pretty good to throw the rest leagu week.
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>> marty:new ths morning. police in fairfield discovered an illegal indoor marijuana grow operation. they estimate the value of the pot they found at nearly 3 million dollars. here's a map of where it happened. police with a search warrant broke into two warehouses on enterprise drive. they had been converted into grow houses. detectives took over one thousand plants that were in various stages of growth. police call indoor operations a fire and health hazard. they are also often the target of robberies. >> marty:a big story we are following this morning. a father, was shot and killed outside of of a bar in walnut creek. and gunman is still on the loose. >> marty:police say this is the first homicide in walnut creek. kron 4's hermela aregawi reports from walnut creek with reaction from people in the neighborhood. >> reporter: residents react walnut creek's first homicide this year and courtney brown just blocks away from police station. >> : so family-oriented place people come here with their babies and dogs.
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>> reporter: brahmas inside the bar before shot three times in the back. taken to a nearby hospital where he died of his injuries shortly after, 30 people were in the area at the time. >> : reported seeing the shooting and an african-american male in his 20s approximately 6 ft. tall and hundred 50 lbs.. >> reporter: in recent years they've responded to hundreds of calls about fights assaults and public drunkenness they're beefing up staffing in this area in response to the shooting brown leaves behind a fiancee and daughter.
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>> marty:in national news. republican presidential candiate donald trump causing controversy this weekend. he linked the murder of the cousin of the n-b- a's dwayne wade, to why trump should be elected. currently, police are questioning 3 people for the murder. 32-year-old nykea aldridge was pushing a stroller down the street on the way to register her children at school friday. that is when the mother of four was apparently hit by a stray bullet. the child was not injured. investigators say aldridge was an innocent bystander and not the intended target. trump responded to the shooting during a campaign event in iowa. but it is trump's tweet that caused a stir. it reads, "dwayne wade's cousin
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was just shot and killed walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying. african- americans will vote trump!" trump misspelling wade's first name. later adding that he can "fix" inner-city problems. and four hours later, he tweeted his condolences. in the east bay. >> marty:people joined together in the walk of faith. it's held every year is to raise money and awareness for breast cancer. it is also to commemorate faith fancher. she was a bay area tv reporter who died from the disease. before she passed, faith started the organization to help low income women win the fight against cancer. kron 4's pam moore and jeff pierce spent the morning at the friends of faith walk. take a look. >> reporter: hundreds of walker's lines to participate in the 12th annual friends of faith walk. >> reporter: a great faith and the walk that she started because she started raising money for low-income women diagnosed with breast cancer. obol >> reporter: loved
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television. >> reporter: she found out the cancer came back few days later walked into the newsroom in faith her big huge personalities that i have a great idea. unassertive organization called friends of faith and i want help low-income people going through this disease and help them in any way possible. . >> reporter: really embraced by women and broadcasting enthusiasm has spread. brought in all media grover and cellmate happened in knots gone well beyond women in the media is spread out to so many others. it's because >> reporter: celebration of the dominant spirit is the shares first. they
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area. >> stanley: the gate bridge increase since decided young people implementing new technology to help this problem. that's coming up on news. >> marty:live look outside. san mateo bridge. for the weekned. it's the festival of the arts in palo alto. come check out 300 booths filed with creative arts and crafts. it's all happening on university avenue from 10:00 to 6:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty:every day, the golden gate bridge attracts thousands of visitors. it has also seen an increase in troubled teens and young adults who want to end their lives. kron 4's gabe slate has found, a resource that parents, teens,
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and anyone suffering from depression should know about. sot - crisis text line libby craig, bay area director >> reporter:the world has changed and the mental health community is changing with it >> reporter:since 2013 the crises text hotline has exchanged over 21 million messages with suicidal individuals. young people are on their phone it's their platform. this offers an easy to use life=line. >> : 7417417 text us trained crisis counselors who receive that text and will work with you to the from hot moment to focus on through active listening problem-solving and providing
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referrals the the person can stay safely will contact a local emergency services and get back to them. hough >> stanley: to go see the cleanup in the next edition of people behaving badlygs kron 4 news live look outside. from yosemite falls. for the weekned. it's the china town street fest in oakland. come out and enjoy arts, crafts
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and more. it's all happening in oakland's chinatown from 10:00 to 5:30 the event is free to attend.
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>> marty: to serve all shooting at a check on the freeway avery's at the same information and i come aboutin the east bay. 50 minutes. >> reporter: 84 livermore
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pleasanton sedate and looks like a concrete coming in and about 80 slight reduction tempters tomorrow a little disturbance toward the north.
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newhall fuller about west all virus and was cut to costa county and they tested positive for the west of virus >> marty: officials are issuing a new health alert about west nile virus in contra costa county. two dead birds that were found in concord have tested positive for west nile virus. and other infected dead birds were found in danville, oakley and pleasant hill. the virus, which is transmitted by mosquitos, causes headaches and flu-like symptoms. but in severe cases, people develop a life-threatening inflamation of the spinal cord or brain. people are advised to drain any standing water, which is. a mosquito breeding ground. >> marty:in the east bay. several viewers have been emailing kron 4's stanley roberts, asking how they can help with the cleanup of an illegal dump in east oakland. some progress has been made in the clean up efforts, stanley reports there are still improvements to be made. >> :look stanley after you came
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out they actually cleaned up! >> stanley:this was video sent to me by a viewer shortly after i toured it with oakland"s 7th district councilmember larry reid
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thank you stanley this is 89th and g streets in east oakland the area was cleaned up. if you don't remember i was out with council member reid where he had this to say i will tell them to continue to be patient that hope is not lost that we are in fact going to make this a cleaner and safer neighborhood for them to live in i returned to see for myself and a city working was there removing tagging off some of the buildings . but i can confirm with my own eyes that this area was in fact cleaned up. that being said there is evidence that people are still continuing to dump here and a new resident has moved in he has a cart full of bicycle parts nats: ambiance but i also wanted to check on the other areas that larry reid visited . remember hale and douglas trash piled almost 6 feet high well here is what it look like now barely a trace of the garbage that was there. however, a few blocks you have all of this stuff a few blocks away on cary ave. this street appears to be a bit resistant to the clean up because when i returned there was not only the old trash but someone had a car barbeque and a pitbull that's in need of some serious medical attention was running around yea man it's messed up everyday car stolen trash like this everywhere around the city we got kids around here playing and stuff this sint nice remember the maggie? we feel that we're not important well she still feels let down nothing has changed um i've called they say my work order was from august 8th and they say it usually takes them that long so i just make it a point to
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call them every two to three days apparently larry reid has also put in multiple calls for a cleanup in this area, that being said on one side of the fence is union pacific railroad property and the other side is the city of oakland property .they will need to come together to fix this issue nats: ambiance there are many other area just like this not only in oakland but accoring to emails antioch, pittsburg, and ither east bay cities all i can say is keep hitting up public works and if your individual city has it utilize the see click fix app in east oakland stanley roberts kron 4 news live look outside.the bay bridge. for the weekned. it's the n-f-l punt, pass and kick kids competition in oakland.
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take your kids out to test their skills and compete for a chance to comete in the national championships. it's all happening at oakland high school starting at 9:00. the event is free to attend.
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let's face it. not many of us are able to travel across the world just to go to the world's best restaurant. but what if the restaurant came to you? that's what happened to kron 4's vicki liviakis. all that on today's edition of dine and dish. >> reporter:jordi, joan, and josep - the roca brothers. they may speak only spanish - but good food is a universal language. the brothers are in san francisco - taking a break from their 3 michelin star restaurant - el celler de can roca. voted #1 restaurant in the world last year. they're here to cook for one week in a pop up restaurant at
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the historic julia morgan ballroom. the roca brothers are known for pushing the envelope jordi is making a way-out dessert he calls dish player. red yellow and green fruit puree squeezed onto a plate that plays notes. jordi admits it sounds like a sci fi movie soundtrack. back in the kitchen where it's a lot quieter - young cooks from spain and culinary students from the bay area prep for dinner using local ingredients. a lucky two will be chosen to travel back to spain for an internship at el celler de can roca. so what do the brothers behind a world famous restaurant eat in san francisco? food that speaks for itself.
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northbound reopened this morning following an officer involved shooting overnight. let the sea with the latest avery. >> averi: year and off ramp for highway 101 in belmont history (30 minutes ago this happened all after a two in the morning and police received reports a pedestrian walking between south the northbound lanes of highway 01 at all have their chp got there they say they approached that pedestrian trying to get him off the highway. >> : as they're trying to detain him he was resistive. deployed a taser. suspect produced a knife
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held over his head and large toward an officer the suspect currently has a life-threatening injuries and has been transported so local hospital using custody. >> averi: neither have been identified at the spotlight all be here throughout the morning with or updates. are you ready
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away as it and see a good chunk of contra costa county that causes a good sign to think of things to come. >> reporter: marine layer gets the nearby of the clock ... it's pretty much cleared out to return again this evening and again tomorrow morning yes filling and inland valleys 61 concord 60 coming in for livermore and 63 san jose downtown san francisco of the nine and that we break it down cloudy fog starts the sunny 72 a-2 by about 8:00 upper 60s
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lower 70's. and neighborhood forecast coming up 1/5 at the facility on flip a avenue fire officials say they were to put up displays and found out the blaze had extended expanded rather on the second-floor of the building. fortunately no injuries reported but the cause of the fire still unknown this morning.
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another big story we are following this morning. >> marty:49ers quarterback colin kaepernick taking a stand -- by sitting down during the national anthem. some fans reacted to kaepernick's move by burning their jersey. you have probably seen this picture already. it happened during the 49ers' preseason game versus the green bay packers game at levi's stadium on friday night. kap went on to say"this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. there are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder." >> marty:n-f-l officials said in a statement yesterday, quote. "players are encouraged but not required to stand during the playing of the national anthem." and over one-thousand kron four viewers took to facebook to voice their opinion. akila s wrote. when an atheist says they don't participate in the pledge because they don't believe in god, nobody bats an eye. but if he does it for his beliefs , people want to have something negative to say. hypocrisy, it's what makes america great! while allyson s. said. ".everyone isn't going to agree on everything. but come on, show respect and stand up for the national anthem."
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and kron 4's ella sogomonian reports from levi's stadium in santa clara.where she spoke to fans about kap's actions. "nats" >> reporter:49ers fans across america have taken to youtube to post videos burning quarterback colin kaepernick's jersey in protest of his actions when friday night he chose to remain seated for the national anthem. >> darya: >> :"that's pretty extreme to me that's pretty harsh you shouldn't burn a jersey." "i don't think they have to burn his jersey that might have to do with his performance on the field maybe, i don't it's preseason and he hasn't played in a while so who knows." "it did come as a shock i think patriotism is an important part of all professional sports in the u.s." >> reporter:in an interview the athlete explained his decision reflected concern for racial inequality in america. >> :"probably using his celebrity to get the message out and it should be sent out but i'm not sure if it was the right
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time or place." >> :"use your status but use it in a positive way and affect people in a positive manner." >> :"people are entitled to their own opinions but at a football game like that i don't think he should have done that." >> reporter:in a phone conference 49ers coach chip kelly said all players are entitled to their own opinions. "the league's statement is that they encourage them but it's not required to stand for the
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national anthem so it's his right as a citizen." live in santa clara ella sogomonian kron 4 news. and our coverage on this story continues on kron4 dot com. you can see exactly what kap said after refusing to stand with his team. as well as the 49ers statement on the issue. that's all on kron4 dot com. hand experience of the attack. plus. n-b-a star dwayne wade's cousin was shot and killed in chicago. now donald trump is linking that murder to why he should be elected. we'll explain up ahead. and. we have tips to saving for retirement. that is next on kron four.
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>> marty:for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. more americans are living longer, which means more people are working longer. and there are concerns that we aren't saving enough money for retirement. a new study shows that if employers don't automatically enroll their workers into a retirement savings plan, fewer than half will sign up for a savings plan on their own. financial experts suggest saving 15-percent or more of your salary towards retirement. if you can't do that. start saving gradually and add two- percent each year. for the weekned. it's the silicon valley food and art festival in cupertino.
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come out and enjoy food, chef demos and more. it's all happening at the cupertino quinlan community center from 12:00 to 5:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> reporter: is a tropical storm and and a hurricane while violence collection of
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clouds we will get to that in the second al it appeared the bay area early in to next week. and then update says no earlier forecasts that by monday should do so now the strength is reduced to 70 that's one good sign the direction still puts why and the threat. but a trip later on this week to see if anything becomes of it. >> reporter: been dipping to the south the kong good news there so it's like it may very well bypass the highlands if the trend toward a whole the other we will see. then we're chair and the fog and drizzle all that kind of business monday morning this takes us through and then take a look at the clouds begin monday and tuesday some models hinting with the flow pattern in collection of clouds bluster and
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a modicum of fuel showers of this north bay it does not look like that is coming together it will get a bit of a cool down slightly as we see a seven day. morning clouds and fog with all of that mid-70s along the bay shoreline. >> reporter: 63 for half monday and south the upper '70's territory near about 80. in the east bay shoreline where the upper 60s lower 70 is in place 73 hayward livermore looking at 84 as well as pleasanton was 79 for san ramon. the sunday forecast to show you the system by monday tuesday slight drop in temperatures 0 custody state or persistence forecast for the balance of the week and the holiday weekend at the splay it doesn't look as likely but you get showers all this and lucia's like a clown.
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\ and we get a slight school down cool down. >> marty:new this morning. seven people were arrested in a prostitution sting in vallejo. they are accused of soliciting prostitution or loitering with the intent to solicit prostitution. it happened on friday in the downtown area. the sting included the police department and solano county deputies. police say the sting was meant to send a message that prositution in the city will not be tolerated. happening now. police are asking for the public's help in identifying a woman who used a stolen, fake check at a campbell grocery store. here are images of that woman captured by store surveillance cameras. it happened on july 14th at around six at night. a woman entered the safeway on west hamilton avenue near springfield drive. police say she used a forged check to make a purchase. anyone with information about her identity is ask to contact campbell police. a bay area family who survived the bastille day horror in nice, francehas returned home. we are getting details about what they saw happened that night, as a terrorist used a truck to run over hundreds of people. kron four's spencer blake spoke to the luka family in walnut creek -- who say the tragedy almost as confusing as it was
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terrifying. on the night of the attack in nice, france, sara luka was with her son and daughter watching fireworks. >> reporter: she took this video from the very promenade where a truck sped through a crowd of revelers. she even saw the truck, but from about 25 yards away, she couldn't tell anything was wrong. >> :"he was driving in a zig- zag, too. now, i know, probably to kill as many people as possible. i don't know. i didn't realize what was going on at the time. i just thought it was some kind of patrol." but as soon as the show was over mass panic set in. "the fireworks were making noise, too, so everybody got confused." "from the promenade when the fireworks ended, we turned
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around and started walking, then all of the sudden we just noticed a whole group of people - hundreds - running. so we already knew that something must have happened." the first source to tell sara that it was a deadly attack was facebook. from there, the lukas started running, too, trying desperately to make it back to their hotel. a stranger helped carry six- year-old nell. "they were making an attack, so everyone was running on my shoe and it fell down." they didn't even think about turning back to find that missing shoe. even once they got back into their hotel, the family stayed quiet and left the lights off. they had no idea if an attacker would make another move. >> : "the next day, i didn't leave the hotel room. i was so scared. i was terrified and scared. so i don't think i got a safe breath until i left france."
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sara took her kids to her native country of poland, not knowing until later that 86 people died the night they were there, and more than three hundred others got hurt. that was kron four's spencer blake reporting. and in more world news. the death toll has risen to
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learn more at aczone.com aczone. prescription treatment. proven results. >> marty:in bay area baseball. the giants hosting the braves in the second game of their weekend series. brandon crawford got things going early. with this
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solo shot to left-field, giving the giants a 1-0 lead. two innings later. matt kemp hit a three-run home run to center give the braves the lead. and the giants had no answer. they lost the game three to one. the giants are 13 and 26 since the all-star break -- the worst record in the majors over that stretch. and the dodgers won so the giants are two games behind l.a. they take on the braves again today with madison bumgarner on the mound. first pitch is set for 1:05. the a's are in saint louis, looking to even the series against the cards.
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lets jump to the eighth inning with the a's down two to one. khris davis hustles home on an infield grounder. one batter later, a sacrifice fly sends home ryon healy. the a's went on to win three to two. also want to mention that healy extended his hitting streak to 13, which is currently the longest in the majors. the a's take on the cardinals again today at 11:15. that was the play of the day for the raiders. a 29-yard touchdown from derek carr to amari cooper in the second quarter. this was the raiders first home preseason game. carr looked good, finishing the game 12 for 18 with 169 yards and two touchdowns. the raiders went on to lose the game 27 to 14. their final preseason game is on thursday against the seahawks at the coliseum. kick off is set for 7:00. police are now looking for the shooter who killed a father in walnut creek. how people in the area are
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reacting to the first homicide in walnut creek this year. live look outside. kirkwood camera in lake tahoe. for the weekned. it's the silicon valley pride festival and parade in san jose. come out and enjoy live entertainment, food and more. it's all happening at almaden and park from 10:30 to 6:00. the event is free to attend.
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welcome back to kron four news weekend. taking a live look outside from the bay bridge toll plaza. the big >> marty: get at 3:00 this morning officers arriving terror for walking on the freeway with a knife in his hand and then a brief harper at the scene all morning
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>> reporter: the fog garroting away the progress so have so far eastern contra costa county. it should happen by noon to push in the fog back and then spilling out into the inland valley in see quite far ought to sacramento. and we do see it early next week and the pacific madeleine getting entangled. and
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then a local in with clots and skies and then hayward livermore and 60 cocker at 6163 for san jose and sampras's coach coming in at 59. >> reporter: and valet a touch better than yesterday. police in fairfield discovered an illegal indoor marijuana grow operation. they estimate the value of the pot they found at nearly 3 million dollars. here's a map of where it happened. police with a search warrant broke into two warehouses on enterprise drive. they had been converted into grow houses. detectives took over one thousand plants that were in various stages of growth. police call indoor operations a fire and health hazard. they are also often the target of robberies.
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a big story we are following this morning. a father, was shot and killed outside of of a bar in walnut creek. and gunman is still on the loose. police say this is the first homicide in walnut creek. kron 4's hermela aregawi reports from walnut creek with reaction from people in the neighborhood. >> : its presence is a family- oriented place in see historic come with their babies and dogs in during the day and evening. ross was and said the card shop the times the back. taken to a nearby hospital.
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>> marty: redeem news dressler chicago police are charging two brothers with first-degree murder in connection with the shooting death and the controversy by linking the murder " to why he should be elected republican presidential candiate donald trump causing controversy this weekend. he linked the murder of the cousin of the n-b- a's dwayne wade, to why trump currently, police are
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that is when the mother of four was apparently hit by a stray bullet. the child was not injured. investigators say aldridge was an innocent bystander and not the intended target. trump responded to the shooting during a campaign event in iowa. but it is trump's tweet that caused a stir. it reads, "dwayne wade's cousin was just shot and killed walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying. african- americans will vote trump!" trump misspelling wade's first name. later adding that he can "fix" inner-city problems. and four hours later, he tweeted his condolences. in the east bay.
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live look outside. san mateo bridge. for the weekned. it's the festival of the arts in palo alto. come check out 300 booths filed with creative arts and crafts. it's all happening on university avenue from 10:00 to 6:00. the event is free to attend.
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and nonevery day, the golden gate bridge attracts thousands of visitors. it has also seen an increase in troubled teens and young adults who want to end their lives. kron 4's gabe slate has found, a
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resource that parents, teens, and anyone suffering from depression should know about. sot - crisis text line libby craig, bay area director the world has changed and the mental health community is changing with it since 2013 the crises text hotline has exchanged over 21 million messages with suicidal individuals. young people are on their phone it's their platform. this offers an easy to use life=line.
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gs kron 4 news live look outside. from yosemite falls. for the weekned. it's the china town street fest in oakland. come out and enjoy arts, crafts and more. it's all happening in oakland's chinatown from 10:00 to 5:30 the event is free to attend.
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turning our attention to the weather here in the bay area. taking a live look outside from our san mateo bridge camera. meteorologist dave spahr is here with your sunday morning forecast. dave. >> reporter: it shows a minor feature cast and then a typical morning pitches " and go on a monday late morning hours and we get sprayed. further inland
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couple little bit higher than in the north bay 78 going in petaluma and pure wine country it merely eat at a coming in at 877 vallejo's 75 and fairfield 82. and on the 74 cast a slight lull reduction in the northwest and temperatures by tuesday or clouds and everything noted. and then steady state forecast cut friday saturday another system they're watching. does not look like it has a chance of rain in a slight reduction and entablatures and to the holiday weekend.
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>> marty:yelp is here to tell us about replaces to go. >> reporter: laughlin porsche music festival and livermore very large lovelies vineyard their annual music festival last year it sold out. a ton of bands food wine and went outdoors and one in. tickets to $35.45 at the door. bring your kids $10 extra for those little babies. and it will be a super great day.
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>> reporter: 5 mi. of san francisco law a quick jump and getting free tickets on yelp/ events >> reporter: thises been happening every sunday to october 9th: the four a food truck festival presidio picnics and it's a couple of its purpose spend friends family dog's blankets and hang out on a lawn. a ton of food truck options
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>> reporter: jose gregory kids could san jose for the moneymaker fair history park. sunday september 4, 1910 to six greatest show and tell on earth . all about interaction and learning invention creativity really want to be a hands-on experience.
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>> reporter: in sausalito september 3, 1910 to 7:00 p.m. a huge festival. wonderful since this is not your grandma's is onerous application process to attend expect a lot of fine arts. there's a lot of laudable live music.
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>> reporter: of restaurant at the ballroom. the brothers are known for pushing the envelope away out-player. reginald green fruit puree contemplate that plays notes 8 he admits it's not like us the sci-fi and the
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kitchen clock quieter young cooks and culinary students from today area prepare for dinner using local ingredients all lucky to will be chosen to travel back to spain for internships. food that speaks for itself. >> reporter: morning fog 66 in san francisco. your weather coming
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in clinical trials, acne got better for people using aczone gel in just 12 weeks. aczone gel may cause the serious side effect of methemoglobinemia, which decreases oxygen in your blood. stop taking aczone gel and get medical help right away if your lips, mouth, or nails turn grey or blue. talk to your doctor if you have g6pd deficiency. using benzoyl peroxide with aczone gel may cause skin or facial hair to temporarily turn yellow or orange where applied. common side effects of aczone gel include dryness and itching of treated skin. now, i have less acne to think about because i use aczone gel. you could pay as little as $15 for aczone gel. learn more at aczone.com aczone. prescription treatment. proven results.
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5 1/2 hours before they reopen the freeway to glisten as to why.
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>> reporter: as for a slowing from yesterday a better clearing job more rapidly than yesterday and a little bit thinner this all-around at returns on a clock after sunset in the inland valleys. this low will be a cool down little bit and then tropical moisture " down here in the pacific east bay shoreline
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also conquered peephole 64 coming in for san jose and 40 close to a degree or so behind. breaking news we are following. breaking overnight. firefighters now have control of a fire that was burning at a public storage center in san jose. here's a picture from the san jose fire department's twitter page.
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smoke in a single storage unit was first reported at about 9:00 last night on felipe avenue. fire officials say 60 firefighters worked to extinguish the blaze. they found the fire that had expanded onto the second floor of the building and to nearby units. no injuries were reported. the cause of the fire is still unknown. another big story we are following this morning. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick taking a stand -- by sitting down during the national anthem. some fans reacted to kaepernick's move by burning their jersey. you have probably seen this picture already. it happened during the 49ers' preseason game versus the green bay packers game at levi's stadium on friday night. kap went on to say"this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. there are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder." n-f-l officials said in a statement yesterday, quote. "players are encouraged but not required to stand during the playing of the national anthem." and over one-thousand kron four viewers took to facebook to voice their opinion. akila s wrote. when an atheist says they don't participate in the pledge because they don't believe in god, nobody bats an eye. but if he does it for his beliefs , people want to have something negative to say.
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hypocrisy, it's what makes america great! while allyson s. said. ".everyone isn't going to agree on everything. but come on, show respect and stand up for the national anthem." and kron 4's ella sogomonian reports from levi's stadium in santa clara.where she spoke to fans about kap's actions. "nats" >> reporter:49ers fans across america have taken to youtube to post videos burning quarterback colin kaepernick's jersey in protest of his actions when friday night he chose to remain seated for the national anthem. >> :"that's pretty extreme to me that's pretty harsh you shouldn't burn a jersey." "i don't think they have to burn his jersey that might have to do with his performance on the field maybe, i don't it's preseason and he hasn't played in a while so who knows." "it did come as a shock i think patriotism is an important part of all professional sports in the u.s." in an interview the athlete explained his decision reflected concern for racial inequality in america. "probably using his celebrity to get the message out and it should be sent out but i'm not
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sure if it was the right time or place." "use your status but use it in a positive way and affect people in a positive manner." "people are entitled to their own opinions but at a football game like that i don't think he should have done that." in a phone conference 49ers coach chip kelly said all players are entitled to their own opinions. "the league's statement is that they encourage them but it's not required to stand for the national anthem so it's his right as a citizen." live in santa clara ella sogomonian kron 4 news. >> marty:and our coverage on this story continues on kron4
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dot com. you can see exactly what kap said after refusing to stand with his team. as well as the 49ers statement on the issue. that's all on kron4 dot com. happening now. a warning to beach goers boaters spotted what appears to be a baby great white shark near mission rock in san francisco. this is video sent in to us by a kron four viewer. it happened yesterday afternoon. scientists believe the shark is either in distress or lost. because they say sharks rarely swim this close to the shore alone. police identified the man who
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died in a motorcycle accident on the golden gate bridge. this is 39-year-old aamir khan seen here with his wife. khan crashed on northbound 101, on the north side of the bridge at around 6:00 on friday night. officers say khan was riding recklessly on his motorcycle when he lost control and crashed into the guardrail. khan landed in the highway, but was not hit by any cars. police say several drivers stopped and tried to help khan, however he died at the scene. police aren't sure yet if drugs or alcohol played a factor in the crash. khan also leaves behind an infant son. the terror attack in nice, france is having a lasting effect on a family in the east bay who escaped it. we'll hear about their first hand experience of the attack. >> marty:plus. n-b-a star dwayne wade's cousin was shot and killed in chicago. now donald trump is linking that murder to why he should be elected. we'll explain up ahead. and. we have tips to saving for retirement. that is next on kron four. every day, the oil companies pollute our air. putting their... ...profits ahead of our kids' health. now they're trying to weaken california's clean air laws. i'm tom steyer. we've had a million kids get asthma. we need to send the oil companies a message. tell your legislator to stand up to the oil companies and protect our clean air laws. don't let the oil companies put their profits...
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>> marty:for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. more americans are living longer, which means more people are working longer. and there are concerns that we aren't saving enough money for retirement. a new study shows that if employers don't automatically enroll their workers into a retirement savings plan, fewer than half will sign up for a
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savings plan on their own. financial experts suggest saving 15-percent or more of your salary towards retirement. if you can't do that. start saving gradually and add two- percent each year.
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>> reporter: they're marching in the right direction and going forward question a cloud cover and actually listen to or forecast. but it wrote a halt >> reporter: this court is little further stop this trend keeps up amid a after quite islands entirely cases of the
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midday tomorrow. solaces the clock cover from madeleine 66% francisco heading to assault or the way of middle '70s coasts cited lower approaching middle sixties again gutter area after today 63 have been space 77 for redwood city point down in south bay approaching 80 for those part because upper seventies 79 for san jose hollis getting clearing as they should use 72 and 67 richmond 8 to concord and 75 for fremont and pausing to net 84. >> reporter: going for the drop
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in temperatures from the system and mention the cloud cover and the rest of it see neat seeing things next week and looks like another it was about northwest which is more hard-cover touch cooler temperatures and but as luck and becoming get there. >> marty:new this morning. seven people were arrested in a prostitution sting in vallejo. they are accused of soliciting prostitution or loitering with the intent to solicit prostitution. it happened on friday in the downtown area. the sting included the police department and solano county deputies. police say the sting was meant to send a message that prositution in the city will not be tolerated. happening now. police are asking for the public's help in identifying a woman who used a stolen, fake check at a campbell grocery store. here are images of that woman captured by store surveillance cameras. it happened on july 14th at around six at night. a woman entered the safeway on west hamilton avenue near springfield drive. police say she used a forged check to make a purchase.
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anyone with information about her identity is ask to contact campbell police. a bay area family who survived the bastille day horror in nice, francehas returned home. we are getting details about what they saw happened that night, as a terrorist used a truck to run over hundreds of people. kron four's spencer blake spoke to the luka family in walnut creek -- who say the tragedy almost as confusing as it was terrifying. on the night of the attack in nice, france, sara luka was with her son and daughter watching fireworks. she took this video from the very promenade where a truck sped through a crowd of revelers. she even saw the truck, but from about 25 yards away, she couldn't tell anything was wrong. >> :"he was driving in a zig- zag, too. now, i know, probably to kill as many people as possible. i don't know. i didn't realize what was going on at the time. i just thought it was some kind of patrol."
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>> reporter:but as soon as the show was over mass panic set in. "the fireworks were making noise, too, so everybody got confused." "from the promenade when the fireworks ended, we turned around and started walking, then all of the sudden we just noticed a whole group of people - hundreds - running. so we already knew that something must have happened." the first source to tell sara that it was a deadly attack was facebook. from there, the lukas started running, too, trying desperately to make it back to their hotel. a stranger helped carry six- year-old nell. >> :"they were making an attack, so everyone was running on my shoe and it fell down." they didn't even think about turning back to find that missing shoe. even once they got back into their hotel, the family stayed quiet and left the lights off.
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they had no idea if an attacker would make another move. "the next day, i didn't leave the hotel room. i was so scared. i was terrified and scared. so i don't think i got a safe breath until i left france." sara took her kids to her native country of poland, not knowing until later that 86 people died the night they were there, and more than three hundred others got hurt. that was kron four's spencer blake reporting. and in more world news. the death toll has risen to at least 291 people after an earthquake hit central italy. many more are still missing in the three mountainside villages destroyed by wednesday's powerful earthquake and aftershocks. italy observed a day of national mourning yesterday for those killed. a state funeral was held for 35 of the victims. thousands of survivors are now living in camps. rescue workers continue to look for victims under tons of rubble. but hope is fading of finding survivors as time goes on. >> marty:coming up.
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a come from behind win for the a's, and spectacular catch by your sunday morning sports recap is next on kron four. live look outside. san francisco international airport. for the weekned. it's the italian family festa in san jose. garden, and a grape stomp. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty:in bay area baseball. the giants hosting the braves in the second game of their weekend series.
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brandon crawford got things going early. with this solo shot to left-field, giving the giants a 1-0 lead. two innings later. matt kemp hit a three-run home run to center give the braves the lead. and the giants had no answer. they lost the game three to one. the giants are 13 and 26 since the all-star break -- the worst record in the majors over that stretch. and the dodgers won so the giants are two games behind l.a.
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they take on the braves again today with madison bumgarner on the mound. first pitch is set for 1:05. the a's are in saint louis, looking to even the series against the cards. lets jump to the eighth inning with the a's down two to one. khris davis hustles home on an infield grounder. one batter later, a sacrifice fly sends home ryon healy. the a's went on to win three to two. also want to mention that healy extended his hitting streak to 13, which is currently the longest in the majors. the a's take on the cardinals again today at 11:15. that was the play of the day for the raiders. a 29-yard touchdown from derek carr to amari cooper in the second quarter. this was the raiders first home preseason game. carr looked good, finishing the game 12 for 18 with 169 yards and two touchdowns. the raiders went on to lose the game 27 to 14. their final preseason game is on thursday against the seahawks at the coliseum. kick off is set for 7:00. police are now looking for the shooter who killed a father in walnut creek. how people in the area are reacting to the first homicide
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in walnut creek this year. live look outside. kirkwood camera in lake tahoe. for the weekned. it's the silicon valley pride festival and parade in san jose. come out and enjoy live entertainment, food and more. it's all happening at almaden and park from 10:30 to 6:00. the event is free to attend.
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welcome back to kron four news weekend. taking a live look outside from the bay bridge toll plaza. meteorologist dave spahr is here with what you need to know before you head out the door this morning. dave. new ths morning. >> marty: one firefighter injured after a blaze in san jose for a formal set of the fire department's twitter page and a storage facility at felipe de avenue 9:00 last night and firefighter was taken to hospital minor injury and the causes still unknown.
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>> reporter: get here is the cambridge and the sun and it definitely wear shades and travels three clearing of a thin layer and also with the inland areas getting up words in temperatures with higher numbers today 1:00 p.m. most of the fog is a compromise off the coast and seeing some beach clearing. i caught around sunset laws the city's heading off over the hills as agency into the inland valleys african past that
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point. and upstream and monday tuesday we see some tropical moisture getting wrapped up in this zero bigelow here. and we're getting word from all the thought is unlikely but more scattered clouds and a reduction in temperatures as well monday tuesday. the we go to persistence forecast for the remainder. >> reporter: lower 60s inland's because women had time for likely to what '60s conquered 63 livermore 64 guy and the self space center as is the conceit 64 san francisco which is pretty close to where we were this time yesterday in the north pay a little cooler response. the drastic and the braves' game time is one of five temperatures mid-60's scattered clouds and the winds on the mild breeze with this west southwest. and sometimes higher than that and
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then mostly cloudy now but sunny 1:7780 inland by five. >> marty: police in fairfield discovered an illegal indoor marijuana grow operation. they estimate the value of the pot they found at nearly 3 million dollars. here's a map of where it happened. police with a search warrant broke into two warehouses on enterprise drive. they had been converted into grow houses. detectives took over one thousand plants that were in various stages of growth. police call indoor operations a fire and health hazard. they are also often the target of robberies. a big story we are following this morning.
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process >> reporter: inside after is choppy times in the back. taken to a nearby hospital read that of his injuries shortly after. 30 people were inside at the time. >> : african-american male in his 20s approximately 6 ft. tall and hundred 60 lbs.. >> reporter: what triggers it not to be very safe area but a lot of resources going to patrolling this downtown area are a lot of their nightlife as and in recent years responded
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hundreds of calls about fights assaults and public drunkenness they're putting up staff and response the shooting >> marty: republican presidential candiate donald trump causing controversy this weekend. he linked the murder of the cousin of the n-b-a's dwayne wade, to why trump should be elected. currently, police are questioning 3 people for the murder. 32-year-old nykea aldridge was pushing a stroller down the street on the way to register her children at school friday. that is when the mother of four was apparently hit by a stray bullet. the child was not injured. investigators say aldridge was an innocent bystander and not the intended target. trump responded to the shooting during a campaign event in iowa.
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but it is trump's tweet that caused a stir. it reads, "dwayne wade's cousin was just shot and killed walking her baby in chicago. just what i have been saying. african- americans will vote trump!" trump misspelling wade's first name. later adding that he can "fix" inner-city problems. and four hours later, he tweeted his condolences. in the east bay. people joined together in the walk of faith. it's held every year is to raise money and awareness for breast cancer. it is also to commemorate faith fancher. she was a bay area tv reporter who died from the disease. take a look. bridge. it's the festival of the arts in
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every day, the golden gate bridge attracts thousands of visitors. it has also seen an increase in troubled teens and young adults who want to end their lives. kron 4's gabe slate has found, a resource that parents, teens, and anyone suffering from depression should know about. sot - crisis text line libby craig, bay area director the world has changed and the mental health community is changing with it
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since 2013 the crises text hotline has exchanged over 21 million messages with suicidal individuals. young people are on their phone it's their platform. this offers an easy to use life=line. >> :live look outside. from
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yosemite falls. for the weekned. it's the china town street fest in oakland. come out and enjoy arts, crafts and more. it's all happening in oakland's chinatown from 10:00 to 5:30 the event is free to attend.
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>> reporter: heading into a city but east bay and then we're working on a pretty well plan clogging clear and then the next couple friends, are the way it's our mission here and then on the east bay shoreline dotted over the peninsula and then over the coast and more and county. a couple place here matalin watching this as a potential threat to why you later on this week. in this interesting collection of clouds. earlier thought process greenness trawlers and here the feature cast we do get a typical traditional flood of mourning some drizzle the pre monday morning and then the way see
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here is some moisture coming our way scattered clouds. >> reporter: for the peninsula amid lower 60s along the coast dailies city coming in with 62 and then heading down the peninsula 65 paul auto 77 redwoods city in half and a 63. the south bay looks like copper '70s to about 80 san jose and 79. the seventh overseas larcenies the bay shoreline. richmond a chilly 67 closing 1084 with a walnut creek. >> reporter: and the north a better clearing the yesterday's 78 palo muscle in the cooler side and what we're shades nabil
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looking at 77 vallejo's 75. some ballets could go into a lower middle '80s. going forward temperatures monday and tuesday we stay in the pattern and the remainder of the week into the holiday weekend looks like another slight reduction of temperatures more and then of that for every does not appear to be coming together. >> marty:in the east bay. officials are issuing a new health alert about west nile virus in contra costa county. two dead birds that were found in concord have tested positive for west nile virus. and other infected dead birds were found in danville, oakley and pleasant hill. the virus, which is transmitted by mosquitos, causes headaches and flu-like symptoms. but in severe cases, people develop a life-threatening inflamation of the spinal cord or brain. people are advised to drain any standing water, which is. a mosquito breeding ground. >> marty:in the east bay. several viewers have been emailing kron 4's stanley roberts, asking how they can
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help with the cleanup of an illegal dump in east oakland. some progress has been made in the clean up efforts, stanley reports there are still improvements to be made. >> :look stanley after you came out they actually cleaned up! >> stanley:this was video sent to me by a viewer shortly after i toured it with oakland"s 7th district councilmember larry reid thank you stanley >> stanley:this is 89th and g streets in east oakland the area was cleaned up. if you don't remember i was out with council member reid where he had this to say i will tell them to continue to be patient that hope is not lost that we are in fact going to make this a cleaner and safer neighborhood for them to live in i returned to see for myself and a city working was there removing tagging off some of the buildings . but i can confirm with my own eyes that this area was in fact cleaned up. that being said there is evidence that people are still
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continuing to dump here and a new resident has moved in he has a cart full of bicycle parts nats: ambiance but i also wanted to check on
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the other areas that larry reid visited . remember hale and douglas trash piled almost 6 feet high well here is what it look like now barely a trace of the garbage that was there. however, a few blocks you have all of this stuff a few blocks away on cary ave. this street appears to be a bit resistant to the clean up because when i returned there was not only the old trash but someone had a car barbeque and a pitbull that's in need of some serious medical attention was running around yea man it's messed up everyday car stolen trash like this everywhere around the city we got kids around here playing and stuff this sint nice remember the maggie? we feel that we're not important well she still feels let down nothing has changed um i've called they say my work order was from august 8th and they say it usually takes them that long so i just make it a point to call them every two to three days apparently larry reid has also put in multiple calls for a cleanup in this area, that being said on one side of the fence is union pacific railroad property and the other side is the city of oakland property .they will need to come together to fix this issue nats: ambiance there are many other area just
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like this not only in oakland but accoring to emails antioch, pittsburg, and ither east bay cities all i can say is keep hitting up public works and if your individual city has it utilize the see click fix app in east oakland stanley roberts kron 4 news live look outside.the bay bridge. >> marty:for the weekned. it's the n-f-l punt, pass and kick kids competition in oakland. take your kids out to test their skills and compete for a chance to comete in the national championships. it's all happening at oakland high school starting at 9:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty:let's face it. not many of us are able to travel across the world just to go to the world's best restaurant. but what if the restaurant came to you? that's what happened to kron 4's vicki liviakis. all that on today's edition of dine and dish. >> reporter:jordi, joan, and josep - the roca brothers. they may speak only spanish - but good food is a universal language. the brothers are in san francisco - taking a break from
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their 3 michelin star restaurant - el celler de can roca. voted #1 restaurant in the world last year. they're here to cook for one week in a pop up restaurant at the historic julia morgan ballroom. the roca brothers are known for pushing the envelope jordi is making a way-out dessert he calls dish player. red yellow and green fruit puree squeezed onto a plate that plays notes. jordi admits it sounds like a sci fi movie soundtrack. back in the kitchen where it's a lot quieter - young cooks from spain and culinary students from the bay area prep for dinner using local ingredients.
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a lucky two will be chosen to travel back to spain for an internship at el celler de can roca. so what do the brothers behind a world famous restaurant eat in san francisco? food that speaks for itself. in san francisco kron 4 news. >> marty:take a look at this, in the south bay, first responders in san jose can add a new accomplishment to their list. they helped a mother deliver her baby. it happened after the mother wasn't able to make it to the hospital in time after going into labor. so she dialed 9-1-1. that's when first responders from san jose engine 13 answered the call. and crews helped deliver a healthy baby boy named junior. officials say both mom and baby junior are doing well. >> marty:
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>> reporter: it tablature reduction and a tuesday and then a steady state forecast the rest of the week of a thing the lookout for a holiday week and another production of temperatures ever assessed slightly and the threat of rain does not appear to becoming the other we will let you know how that goes out and then also watching a possible hurricane and apply.
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>> joel osteen: well, god bless you. it's a joy come into your homes and if you're ever in our area, please stop by. be a part of one of our services. these are the finest people in all of houston, texas, right here at lakewood, and we'd love to have you come out. i'd like to start with something funny and i heard about this positive farmer and negative farmer. when it would rain, the positive farmer would say, "lord, thank you for watering our crops." the negative farmer would say, "yeah, but if it keeps this up, it's going to rot the roots." when the sun would come out, positive farmer, "lord, thank you for giving our plants valuable nutrients."

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