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president trump says his administration will release a new executive order on immigration next week to - in his words - "comprehensively protect our country." his original order restricted immigration from seven muslim- majority countries... which led to massive protests...and the order and was eventually put on hold by a federal appeals court. the president says says the rollout of that order was "perfect" but that it ran into "a bad court". president trump did not
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reveal any specifics of the new order, but says the new order is being tailored to satisfy the ruling from the san francisco appeals court. and coming up at 5:30... president trump lashes out at the media today... insisting his administration is not in chaos and accusing the media of reporting fake news as it relates to russia among other things. we'll have more on this story coming up at 5:30. now to some breaking news we are following tonight at five. the solano county public health department, along with armijo high school in fairfield, is investigating a case of "active pulmonary tuberculosis" associated with the school. the school says the individual is receiving treatment and will return to the school campus only after public health has provided clearance. a letter was sent out to parents
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about the tb case today - and another letter will be sent out next week. to learn more about tuberculosis including signs and symptoms - head to our website kron four dot com. the construction problem that prompted an evacuation in san francisco last night.. is getting a closer review by light of day. this is video from our partnership with abc 7 news. a concrete slap on top of a high rise under construction became unstable.... kron 4's dan kerman is live at the scene tonight with the latest on what happened and how contractors are proceeding dan...
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on thursday work crews began removing this 20 thousand pound crane-like machine, which is used to pour concrete and create the walls of the high rise at 33 tahayma. this concrete boom, and the platform it sits on tipped wednesday afternoon, when one of the hydrolic jacks below the platform failed.the san francisco building department has now issued a notice of violation requiring contractors to provide them with a repair plan within the next 48 hours. sot william strawn/s.f. building department 29-39removing the concrete boom and then repairing the area where it was sitting could take until mid next week. in the meantime tehayma remains closed between first and second, and just one 1 of the 16 buildings evacuated wednesday remains off limits that's 44 tehama which sits directly across the street.sot francis zamora/s.f. dept. of emergency management 102-110 other offices on the street have reopened but for some the concern remains.sot merick
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muller/works on tehama street 117-124125/skylights up there good news for people living near lake oroville... state officials are saying the lake's water level is now 32 feet below its dam's damaged emergency spillway. for the third day they have been
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releasing water from the lake .. to make room for more water that will coming in the series of storms this weekend. workers are using the time to fortify the emergency spillway that eroded earlier this week... and can remove debris down stream.. officials say removing the debris protects oroville dam's power plant and will allow for it eventually to be restarted. earlier today butte county's sheriff say with rain on the way, he's going to be keeping a close eye on the situation to prevent the dam from failing... two to four inches of rain is expected in the foothills and mountains near the dam. a flash flood watch is in effect in the area until sunday.
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the bay area is in for another soaking - as another round of storms has stated moving in. let's check in with chief meteorologist brittney shipp who is tracking the timing of the rain - brit, what can you tell us? .synopsis...a few residual lingering showers are possible this evening, otherwise dry conditions expected. the next rain band will move south to north across the district on friday before turning to lingering showers saturday morning. mainly dry saturday afternoon and sunday with the next front arriving sunday night into monday with another round of wind and rain. a final system will bring another chance of rain tuesday with showers lingering wednesday and thursday of next week along with seasonably cool temperatures. && .discussion...as of 2:02 pm pst thursday...showers have mostly ended across the district. then next storm is still on track to spread rain from the south, with
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areas around point conception and south expected to receive the brunt of the rain. rain is expected to begin across southern coastal monterey county after midnight, and intensify and spread north through the morning. winds will be gusty from the southeast with this as a surface low drops down along the coast, especially in the salinas valley and across the southern mountain ranges. a wind advisory has been issued for the mountains and valleys across the southern third of the district, or so. the southeast winds could produce rain shadow certain areas, like the work on the highway 17 rock and mudslide was brought to a halt today because of the rain -- but not for long. kron four's rob fladeboe has the latest on that and on how the weather is affecting the commute now live from the scene. rob? áááááá nats maybe it was the return
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of the rain. moderate rain for the most part. or maybe it was the the long, slow slog past the infamous mud slide. whatever the reason, traffic wasn't as bad today all things considered.sot officer trista drake/chpas for progress on clearing the slide that has blocked the northbound lanes off and on for more than a month, work was suspended and then resumed. caltrans says crews will work when it's safe and with a geologist on site to assess the risk, they'll pull back when it's not safe. sot voice of: susana cruz/caltranselsewhere, there were a few minor spinouts and accidents. bear creek road, one of the crucial alternative routes, is now open again but commuters and locals are still coping with long delays and detours amid an extended forecast calling for more of the samesot/mos commuters last minute preparations... .. last minute
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preparations... .. still ahead on kron four news at five. city crews are gearing up for another blast
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of rain. what's being done to prevent more storm damage. plus, crooked street chaos. why you might soon need to pay up - if you want to visit one of san francisco's most popular tourist attractions. but first, we have an update on a deadly road rage incident in the east bay - the new information we are learning about the gunman - who remains at large.
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it's the first lead in the investigation of last sunday's deadly vehicle to vehicle shooting -- in the city of san leandro police
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today released this still photo from a surveillance camera... of a vehicle in the area of marina blvd and verna court. that's the area where police say 45-year-old wardell taliaferro was shot and killed "it appears to be an american made minivan that is white in color, possibly with tented windows, but it appears to have an after-market extended roof on it, what we are really asking for right now is help finding that van and find out who the people were inside, hoping that they can provide us some additional leads in the case, that will help bring the person to justice who is responsible for killing a san leandro resident in front of his children"san leandro police investigators say the people in the vehicle were close enough to have witnessed the shooting or they could actually be responsible for taliaferro's death. police arrest a an east bay man - suspected of fatally shooting a man in san francisco 37-year-old dontae allen of oakland...was taken in...less than 24 hours after preston
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bradford was shot and killed. the 34-year-old was found sitting in a car...shot in the head... near van ness avenue and eddy street... around 2 yesterday morning. allen is currently being held without bail on suspicion of murder. to the south bay... water officials say the largest reservoir in santa clara county is on the cusp of spilling over . but unlike the oroville dam, the anderson reservoir is not at risk of failure or causing major flooding. this is video that was shot after the last storm. you can see water being let out of the spillway. at ninety nine point three percent full, officials are trying to drain as much water as they could before the upcoming storms. officials say they haven't seen the reservoir this full since 2006. happening now... in the north bay. crews are still working to repair highway 37 - before the next storms moves in. parts of that highway are remained closed this evening. kron
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four's will tran reports from novato with a look at the progress of the emergency repairs.
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tonight crews are working to get interstate 80 in the sierra back open. they're clearing a mudslide that has shutdown parts of the interstate for nearly a week. this 30-foot-tall piece of a hill in baxter came crashing down last friday - and left interstate-80 a mess. the water under the soil continues to erode the face of this hillside loosening up the soil - leading to mudslides. for a short term solution-- crews are using a caravan of dump trucks to haul all the mud and debris away.
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caltrans say's there is currently no estimated time for when the interstate will re-open. pg&e crews are out making final preparations ahead of the next series of storms. this collection of generators is on stand- by.... ready to roll for any emergency to quickly restore power until the utility can safely restore a substation or a neighborhood grid. pg&e works with an outside vendor to be able to respond... and provide power ... should there be a large scale loss of electricity. "this package here can power up to twenty five hundred homes. today in this yard we have the capability to power up to seventy five hundred homes if we needed to. by having generators on stand by, prepped and ready to roll in case of a large scale outage, or a longer duration outage, so we can get the lights back on quicker." those generators can
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produce as much as six megawatts of electricity and can respond to a scene within minutes after getting a call.
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still ahead... britax is recalling thousands of strollers tonight - after receiving several reports of injuries to children who fell out. we'll tell you which models are affected. and next, a big-rig crash in the east bay snarls traffic during this mornings commute - and sends two people to the hospital. details on this story - after the break. why are you deleting these photos? because my teeth are yellow. why don't you use a whitening toothpaste? i'm afraid it's bad for my teeth. try crest 3d white. crest 3d white diamond strong toothpaste and rinse... ...gently whiten... ...and fortify weak spots. use together for 2 times stronger enamel. crest 3d white.
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or think you're pregnant. side effects may include headache, pelvic pain, breast pain, vaginal bleeding and vaginitis. estrogens may increase your chances of getting cancer of the uterus, strokes, blood clots, or dementia so use it for the shortest time based on goals and risks. estrogens should not be used to prevent heart disease, heart attack, stroke or dementia. ♪ ask your doctor about premarin vaginal cream. the famously crooked lombard street in san francisco may start requiring visitors to pay... san francisco supervisor mark farrell made the toll proposal today to help reduce traffic in the area. lombard street draws millions of visitors a year... creating headaches for residents.. in the heart of summer...as many as 17 thousand people per weekend visit the site.
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farrell's spokesperson says they are still working out the details..... like how much to charge and how to create a reservation system.. before it happens...if it happens... toll will also need state legislature approval. a big-rig crash caused a major traffic backup this morning on interstate 880 in oakland. all lanes have since reopened - but two people where taken to the hospital as a result of the crash. kron four's averi harper = tells us what happened.
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president trump is dismissing the notion that his administration is in turmoil... this as another key position to his cabinet - rejects the president's offer. the latest from washington - after the break. plus, the only person to be charged in the san bernardino terror
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attacks enters a plea today. more on this story - just ahead.
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and we have just learned... the man set to succeed michael flynn as
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trump's national security adviser has rejected the offer. robert harward, a retired navy seal turned down the offer today... this comes just three days after flynn resigned for misleading the trump administration about his call with the russian ambassador. meanwhile - president donald trump... gave an impromptu news conference today in washington. and while he announced his new pick for labor secretary... the event took a dramatic turn... focusing on a slew of topics, including the recent reports on russia... as trump lashed out at the media in one of his most scathing rebukes. with more on this... kristen holmes is in washington with the latest. president trump announcing his new pick for labor secretarypresident donald trump: "will be mister alex acosta." during a press conference thursday...that quickly veered off message . first the president patting himself on the back for his election victory....president donald trump:"306 electoral college votes. wasn't suppsoed
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to get 222. 270 laughable." and once again rattling off complaints against the media president donald trump: "the press has become so dishonest...//the press is out of control//i want to find a friendly reporter."journalists peppering president trump on recent revelations that high-level aides were in contact with russian officials during his campaign... president donald trump: "nobody that i know of." and reports about his former national security adviser's contact with the russian ambassador-- before the president was sworn in president donald trump: "i would have directed him if he wasn't doing it,"trump referencing general michael flynn's controversial conversation-- going as far to repeat that he wouldn't mind having a relationship with putin. president donald trump: "it would be great if we could get along with russia." lashing out against intelligence leaks ... president donald trump: "the leaks are real. the news is fake."and calling on the justice department to investigate those leaks. president donald trump: "we're looking at them very very closely... those are criminal leaks."in washington i'm kristen holmes.
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also happening today - during president trump's press conference. president trump asked an african- american reporter if she would arrange for him to meet with the congressional black caucus. the president took a question from the reporter -- april ryan-- who asked whether he planned to meet with the c-b-c... a group of african- american lawmakers on capitol hill.april ryan, reporter: are you going to include the congressional black caucus and the congressional hispanic caucus...president trump: well i would. i tell you what, you want to set up the meeting? do you want to set up the meeting? ryan: no, no, no, i'm just a reporter.president trump: are they friends of yours?ryan: i know some of them.president trump: let's go. set up a meeting. i would love to black caucus -- the congressional black caucus. i think it's great. black caucas congressional a congressional black caucas spokeswoman said the group sent president trump a letter on january 19th-- inviting him to speak... but
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hasn't heard back....until that exchange today...and now...the reporter says the white house has in fact reached out to the c-b-c this afternoon to set up a meeting.
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a big story tonight. a man has pleaded guilty to providing the high-powered rifles used to kill 14 people in the san bernardino terror attack the plea agreement between 25-year-old enrique marquez jr. and prosecutorswas accepted just a few hours ago by a federal judge in riverside. in addition to providing material supprort for terrorist. marquez also pleaded guilty to conspiring with one of the san bernardino shooters in plots for mass killings that were
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never carried out. the two shooters involved in the attack...were killed in a gunfight with police later that day. coming up, we'll take a culinary trip back in time and look at how popular menu items have changed through time... that's in tonights dine and dish... plus, parents - listen up. we have an important an imporant recall to tell you about that impacts thousands of strollers. details after the break. on wallstreet - a seven-day winning streak snapped - as the s&p dipped today. the dow rose 8 points. the nasdaq lost nearly 5 points. and the s&p fell 2 points. ♪ ♪ the hydrogen fueled mirai.
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when you find something worth waiting for, we'll help you invest to protect it for the future. financial guidance while you're mastering life. from chase, so you can. mythey have to be great on themy tinside and outside. to strengthen both, she said to go pro. go pro with crest pro-health advanced. it strengthens... teeth inside, and is better at strengthening the outside... ...than colgate total. best check-up ever. britax is recalling
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nearly seven-hundred-thousand strollers whose car seats can fall off. the u-s consumer product safety commission announced the recall today. it includes the "b-agile" and "bob motion" strollers, with a click-and-go system that attaches a car seat to the stroller' frame. britax received 26-reports of injuries after car seats detached from the stroller. the commission says affected consumers should stop attaching the car seats to their strollers... and contact the company for possible repairs. for all the specifics...we've posted that info on kron4.com. free meals are coming back to delta flights. starting
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march first....the airline will be offering complementary meals to passengers on flights between new york's j-f-k... los angeles and san francisco. delta will also be adding free meals to other longer domestic routes too. the meal offerings vary by time of day. for example morning fliers could be offered a honey maple breakfast sandwich while afternoon travelers could dine on a mesquite-smoked turkey sandwich or whole grain veggie wrap. fruit and cheese plates are also on the menu. when it comes to dining out - what's hip today wasn't always that way. yes, there was a time nobody knew what arugula was... tonight on dine and dish - i takes us on a culinary trip back in time - as we dine through the decades.
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"we are very focused on winning. it is number one. we can talk about business and forbes values and all this other stuff, funny stories. but our job is to win and win for a long time." and the warriors are doing a pretty good job at winning. team owner joe lacob recently sat down with gary radnich... and talked about a variety of topics-- including their new arena and the pursuit of kevin durant.
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we'll have that after the break.
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there is a new lead in a deadly road rage investigation. pam moore is in the news room with what we are working on for kron 4 news at six. vicki... police are on the hunt for the gunman who killed a driver in san leandro... it happened sunday night on marina blouvard near verna court. police tell us.... one vehicle started shooting into another car. and a 45 -year- old father was killed. now, police have released new video of a van in the area at the time of the shooting. tonight .. we will show you that video... and tell you what police say is different about the van. we will have that story and more tonight on kron 4 news at six. vicki back to you.
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no surprise here, but the golden state warriors are cruising into the all-star break with the best record in the league. and the dubs are gearing up to make another deep run in the playoffs. that streak of success is exactly in-line with the vision set by team ownership. owner and ceo joe lacob recently sat down with kron-4 news... and discussed a variety of topics. mark carpenter joins us with the highlights. mark? lacob is one of the most powerful men in all of sports right now. in addition to turning the warriors into a basketball powerhouse, he's transformed the organization into a business empire. he says the secret to success is not so much luck, but relentless hard work. "you have to have some luck along the way, but we've had a
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lot of big goals. we thought there was some big objectives we could hit here. we thought we could be a good business and a good basketball team and we've been able to do it, fortunately." the golden state warriors...a gold standard on and off the court. joe lacob and peter gruber first bought the team 7-years ago for 450-million dollars... today-- the franchise is worth 2-point-6 billion. a value that will only increase when their new state-of-the art arena is up and running... and lacob says a chief priority is ensuring fans aren't priced out of a spot in the chase center. "we are very sensitive about this and we're going to make sure that there are seats available in that arena that people go to. they may not be the floor seats or the expensive seats. the truth is this is all, i've said it before, privately financed. butt sots"we do want to make sure that we can pay for it and people can afford to go to it as much as possible." the mission bay project is emblematic of lacob's constant pursuit of excellence, which explains why the warriors were so aggressive in
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going after superstar kevin durant. "we needed to get better and i don't know that you could find a person to get better with other than him, so we went after him. we decided, literally hours after we lost that thing that we were going to try to do the biggest and best thing that we could do." and for all that the warriors have achieved lately, the journey is just getting started. "look, i was rich a while ago. that's not going to change my life. what is going to change my life and make me feel better and make people not boo me is to win and to keep winning. so that's the goal." in terms of net worth, the warriors are the fastest- growing franchise in the nba... as their total value jumped a record 37-percent from last year.
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.synopsis...a few residual lingering showers are possible this evening, otherwise dry conditions expected. the next rain band will move south to north across the district on friday before turning to lingering showers saturday morning. mainly dry saturday afternoon and sunday with the next front arriving sunday night into monday with another round of wind and rain. a final system will bring another chance of rain tuesday with showers lingering wednesday and thursday of next week along with seasonably cool temperatures. && .discussion...as of 2:02 pm pst thursday...showers have mostly ended across the district. then next storm is still on track to spread rain from the south, with areas around point conception and south expected to receive the brunt of the rain. rain is expected to begin across southern coastal monterey county after midnight, and intensify and spread north through the
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morning. winds will be gusty from the southeast with this as a surface low drops down along the coast, especially in the salinas valley and across the southern mountain ranges. a wind advisory has been issued for the mountains and valleys across the southern third of the district, or so. the southeast winds could produce rain shadow effects in certain areas, like the monterey peninsula, however areas in the santa lucias as well as the salinas valley are expected to see decent rainfall. overall, a moderate rain event is expected for friday with 1-4 inches for the hills and 0.25-1.25 for the lower elevations.
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take a look at this... here is one of the perks of winning the "westminster kennel club dog show..." a steak dinner. this is five- year-old this is five- year-old german shepherd, "rumor." she was treated
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to a steak dinner at new york's famous "sardi's restaurant." rumor won at this weeks dog show. her handler says this was rumor's last major show. coming up next, gwen stefani is opening up about her relationship with blake shelton - revealing the dating deal-breaker that almost ended the relationship. this story - after the break.
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about her boyfriend blake shelton... the insider's louis aguirre joins us from hollywood with more on this story.
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that wraps up kron 4 news at 5. steve aveson and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. grant and vicki thank you. next at six... moving a mountain of mud off of highway 17. tonight... find out how much the cleanup process was slowed down after today's rain. and a day after a construction collapse at a san francisco high rise... we are learning about code violations at the site. kron 4 news at six is next.
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it is a race against the rain tonight. crews are working to clear a massive mudslide in the south bay...
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and we learning drivers could be dealing with delays on a major highway into next week. good evening, i'm pam moore. and i'm steve aveson. it turns out at least the rain today did not put much of a damper on efforts to clear that mudlisde on highway 17. ááááá and as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, less traffic made for a smoothercommute as well. áááááá
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in the north bay: repair work is continuing on highway 37.... as crews do as much as they can before the next storm arrives. the lanes flooded during last week's storms... resulting in a full closure between highway 101 and atherton avenue. this morning we saw caltrans busy building a barrier along the side of the highway... designed to keep flood waters way from the road. yesterday, they were taking out checking the condition of the pavement. right now they are working to raise the road level... putting down some concrete and paving over the top of it. no word when it will reopen. toss weather .synopsis...a few residual lingering showers are possible this evening, otherwise dry conditions expected. the next
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rain band will move south to north across the district on friday before turning to lingering showers saturday morning. mainly dry saturday afternoon and sunday with the next front arriving sunday night into monday with another round of wind and rain. a final system will bring another chance of rain tuesday with showers lingering wednesday and thursday of next week along with seasonably cool temperatures. && .discussion...as of 2:02 pm pst thursday...showers have mostly ended across the district. then next storm is still on track to spread rain from the south, with areas around point conception and south expected to receive the brunt of the rain. rain is expected to begin across southern coastal monterey county after midnight, and intensify and spread north through the morning. winds will be gusty from the southeast with this as a surface low drops down along the coast, especially in the salinas valley and across the southern mountain ranges. a wind advisory has been issued for the mountains and valleys across the southern third of the district, or so. the southeast winds could produce
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rain the other big story we are following tonight...the ongoing crisis at the oroville dam. with more rain on the way... officials are working to drain the lake behind it to avoid water going down the emergency spillway. grant lodes is here with the update from the state. crews sound pretty optimistic, grant. as we have been telling you... they are trying to drop the lake by 50- feet....from when it was at capacity and overflowing last sudany. they are getting there... it's down 33 feet so far. and crews are also racing to shore up the emergency spillway. today... they reiterated that they're confident everything is going to hold up during this next round of storms. they have identified three areas where erosion could be a problem. one spot... fully repaired as of tonight. the two others... works in progress. as far as the ongoing water release... it
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had been 100-thousand cubic feet of water a second. to give you an idea... that's enough to fill an olympic- sized swimming pool. now they are going to start dialing it back a bit. but... they are not taking any chances. the national guard is on standby in case things deteriorate rapidly like last weekend. that's when nearly 200-thousand people living nearby were ordered to evacuate. as of one hour ago... the water level at lake oroville was 865-feet.was 865-feet.lake oroville was 865-feet. the goal... get the water
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level down to about 850-feet. pam. a story we are following tonight... there is a case of tuberculosis at a high school in fairfield . fairfield highschool says, the person is receiving treatment and will return only after the public health department give the all clear. parents received a letter today about the t-b case... another notice is supposed to go out next week. to learn more about tuberculosis, including signs and symptoms - head to our website kron four dot com. we also will have an update tonight on kron 4 news at 8. there is a new development in the possible road rage shooting that killed a man in front of his wife and children ... police are now looking for a vehicle spotted in the area.. kron4 was the the first to bring you the image of that vehicle on our website kron4.comearlier today investigators talked to
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kron4's haaziq madyun about this break in the homicide case this is a still image from surveillance video of a van driving in the area at the time of a vehicle to vehicle shooting death in san leandro "yeah, this is the biggest lead we have so far" 45-year-old wardell taliaferro was killed in the shooting that occurred sunday night just before 10pm on marina blvd near verna court. san leandro police lt. robert mcmanus..."we don't know if the people in the van that night witnessed the shooting, we don't know if they were shot at as well, we don't know if they were responsible for that shooting. what is most distinct is the fact that it has this extended roof on the top, it almost looks like an after market bubble on there, it appears to be an american made midsize minivan, 1990's or 2000 model could have tinted windows on it""they say it was in the area, sped by or it's the actual shooter" taliaferro's family's spirits were lifted after hearing about the first big lead in the case. his wife leilani was in the car with their two small children whenthe shooting occurred"i am so happy there is at least a vehicle now because i felt so
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bad that i wasn't able to help" "anybody that saw anything please come forward""there is no harm in telling the police so they can look into it"if you think you recognize this vehicle or saw it near the scene of the shooting last sunday, san leandro police would like to hear from you...in san leandro haaziq madyun kron4news police arrest a gunman - suspected of fatally shooting a man in san francisco police have arrested say 37-year-old dontae allen of oakland... in connection with the shooting death of 34- year-old preston bradford. bradford was found shot in a car near van ness avenue and eddy street around 2 yesterday morning. he was shot in the head... and was pronounced dead at the
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hospital. allen is currently being held without bail on suspicion of murder. a day without immigrants... the national movement made its way to the bay area today... where several businesses kept their doors closed today... it is all in solidarity with documented and undocumented immigrants who are living in the united states... kron four's philippe djegal reports from san francisco... where demonstrators say, immigrants are invaluable to the workforce. news.
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we have seen a number of "day without an immigrant" marches around the country. in california... you may expect the marches... given our state's diverse population. large crowds also filled the streets of chicago, detroit, st. paul and washington d-c. a number of businesses across the nation also closed as a way to show their support for the movement... a lot of them restaurants. the bureau of labor statistics says, more than half of all restaurant workers were born in another country... adding, that numer
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is easily more than 7-million people. president donald trump says he plans to rescind an existing executive order banning travel. and replace it a new, narrower order. the commander in chief say's he wants to quote " comprehensively protect our country." president trump's original order restricted immigration from seven muslim-majority countries. which led to nationwide protest and was put on hold by a federal appeals court. the president says the rollout of that order was " perfect"...but that it ran into " a bad court". president trump did not
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reveal any specifics of the new order. but says the new order is being tailored to satisfy the ruling from the san francisco appeals court. coming up ... a description on a bank robbery suspect.. who showed a gun and demanded money from a chase branch in woodside.. a donation to goodwill that was eight- thousand dollars more than the donors had intended.. we'll explain what happened. plus , the latest on the concrete slab and crane construction incident that created chaos in a busy san francisco neighborhood.. the latest on repairs.. blocked streets and the evacuations which continue.
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repairs are underway today in san francisco's south of market area, after a construction failure led to the evacuation of 16 buildings yesterday this is video from our partnership with abc 7 news. those buildings were evacuated when a platform on the 35th floor began to tip and there were fears the construction equipment on top could fall. now we are learning more about code violations associated with that building. kron 4's dan kerman is live at the scene tonight with the latest on what happened and how contractors are proceeding now.. dan?
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it turns out it was the failure of a hydraulic jack that caused this 22-thousand pound crane like machine known as a concrete boom and the platform below it to tip on wednesday, causing a mass evacuation in san francisco's south of market area. sot francis zamora/s.f. dept. of emergency management 15-22the area has now been shored up to allow work to resume at most of the 16 evacuated buildings. but those who impacted wednesday remain on edge.sot merick muller/works on tehama street 32-36the sole building that remains evacuated is the one across the street at 44 tehayma and it will remain off limits until further repairs are completed at 33 tehayma. sot william strawn/s.f. building department 46-56san francisco's building department has issued a notice of violation which means the actual construction of the high rise at 33 tehama is now
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on hold until repairs are completed and signed off on by the city. 112/by the city police are searching for the man who robbed a chase bank in woodside on tuesday.. here's the video police released today.. it happened at the chase bank on woodside road just before 3 in the afternoon. the man in the white beanie and red sweatshirt walked into the bank with a black hand gun
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demanding money... thankfully no one was hurt in the robbery. police are asking the public to help identify this man. he was last seen walking out of the bank eastbound on woodside road.. a fire fighter is recovering in the hospital tonight after trying to put out a fire at this apartment building on appolo street in san francisco today. this is video from the scene courtesy of our partnership with a-b-c-7 news. one person was trapped inside but was rescued by fire fighters. the fire is now contained but not before it burned all three floors of the building. 11 people are displaced including four children... the red cross is now helping those residents find housing p-g-and-e today reported a spike in earnings... to close out last year. this spike comes, as bills have gone up for some customers. p-g-and-e brought in 675- million dollars during the last quarter of 2016. year-to-year, the profits more than doubled. monthly bills however went up at the
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beginning of the year, with some customers reporting their bills doubled... that is being attributed to a rise in natural gas costs. the company is facing a 3-million dollar fine ... after being convicted in the deadly san bruno blast from 2010. a placentia woman recently made a very generous donation to goodwill -- except that it was a mistake. when linda hoffman dropped off a bag of old clothes to goodwill, she had no idea there was a stash of cash in one of her husband's old shirts. bob hoffman had been secretly saving the cash for six- years. two days went by before he realized the shirt - and his 8-thousand dollars cash - was missing. the hoffmans' rushed over to the local goodwill. employees scrambled to track down the shirt -- but had no luck. the next day an employee came across the shirt... with all the cash. "i was like, ok, could it be in here?! and then sure enough, and it was just kind of like, my heart leapt and i was like, thank goodness!""i
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would describe it as a miracle. i would say that it was honest people and what touched our hearts the most is how honest they were." the couple took back the eight grand, and left the shirt. toss weather .synopsis...a few residual lingering showers are possible this evening, otherwise dry conditions expected. the next rain band will move south to north across the district on friday before turning to lingering showers saturday morning. mainly dry saturday afternoon and sunday with the next front arriving sunday night into monday with another round of wind and rain. a final system will bring another chance of rain
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tuesday with showers lingering wednesday and thursday of next week along with seasonably cool temperatures. && .discussion...as of 2:02 pm pst thursday...showers have mostly ended across the district. then next storm is still on track to spread rain from the south, with areas around point conception and south expected to receive the brunt of the rain. rain is expected to begin across southern coastal monterey county after midnight, and intensify and spread north through the morning. winds will be gusty from the southeast with this as a surface low drops down along the coast, especially in the salinas valley and across the southern mountain ranges. a wind advisory has been issued for the mountains and valleys across the southern third of the district, or so. the southeast winds could produce rain shadow effects in certain areas, like the monterey peninsula, however areas in the santa lucias as well as the salinas valley are expected to see decent rainfall. overall, a moderate rain event is expected for
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friday with 1-4 inches for the hills and 0.25-1.25 for the lower elevations. "the jinx" heads to court... a good friend testifies to a possible confession in the murder trial of robert durst donald trump has a news conference with the media today which goes on for more than an hour..... what he had to say about relations with russia and among issues.
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[crying] ahhhhhhhhhh! the price you see is the price you pay, unlike cable. a witness testified today... that robert durst confessed to killing his best friend. this video is from one of durst's previous court appearances in los angeles. the testimony came during a pretrial hearing... durst is accused of murdering his friend susan berman in 2000. the witness says, durst told him over a dinner - quote - "i had to. it was her or me, i had no choice." his case grabbed national headlines when it was featured on h-b-o... in the series "the jinx." it raised
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numerous questions about durst whether he also killed his wife. he has never been charged... and his wifes' body has never been found. u-s health officials say the flu vaccine seems to be working pretty well this season. preliminary data suggests the vaccine is 48-percent effective.. officials say that's not bad...considering the bug making most people sick this year is one of the worst. experts consider it a good year when the vaccine is 50 to 60 percent effective. the vaccine changes each season based on which type of flu is expected to be the biggest problem. at six.. the president trump insisting allegations that his administrations has links to russia are not true... his defense ..coming up. millions of visitors may soon have to pay money to visit one of san francisco's most famous city streets .. we'll explain why people are calling for the move, and how the system might work. plus interstate 880 the scene of a major injury crash that jammed traffic for hours ..
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and the recent rainfall may have played a role.
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in san francisco... business owners joined in the national "a day without immigrants" movement. dozens of people joined outside city hall voicing their support for the immigrant community. several businesses in the city and throughout the bay area kept their doors closed in solidarity with documented and
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undocumented immigrants. demonstrators also supportive of the proposal in front of the board of supervisors to provide a legal fund for immigrants fighting deportation. in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. in san francisco it was 16 buildings that were evacated after a construction accident. now all but one of those as been reoccupied and repairs are now underway at 33 tehama where the incident occuried.on thursday work crews began removing this 20 thousand pound crane-like machine, which is used to pour concrete and create the walls of the high rise at 33 tahayma. this concrete boom, and the platform it sits on tipped wednesday afternoon, when one of the hydrolic jacks below the platform failed.the san francisco building department has now issued a notice of violation requiring contractors to provide them with a repair plan within the next 48 hours. dan kerman kron4 news.
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in san leandro... police have released a picture of a van that may be connected to the recent road rage killing. police say it appears to be an american made minivan that is white in color, possibly with tented windows, but it appears to have an after-market extended roof on it police hope that people in van witnessed the shooting of wardell taliaferro. he was was driving in his car when another vehicle drove up beside him and opened fire sunday night. summary: in oakland, all lanes of interstate highway 880 in oakland were closed for several hours this morning following a big-rig crash that injured two people. the chp reports the big rig driver heading northbound lost
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control in the area of fifth avenue after going through standing water, striking another big-rig and ford mustang and then overturned.. the 66-year-old man driving the overturned big-rig and a female passenger were ejected and fell about 40 feet to the off-ramp below, the man suffered major injuries while the woman's injuries were minor, according to the chp. on highway 17 .. maybe it was the return of the rain. or maybe it was the the long, slow slog past the infamous mud slide. whatever the reason, traffic wasn't as bad todayon this section of the santa cruze mountains all things considered.as for progress on clearing the slide that has blocked the northbound lanes off and on for more than a month, work was suspended and then resumed. caltrans says crews will work when it's safe and with a geologist on site to assess the risk, they'll pull back when it's not safe. in novato... crews continue to repair highway 37
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with hope that it will not flood again in the future. they are building a wall to keep water from coming onto the roadway and are looking to possibly repaving the road. toss weather .synopsis...a few residual lingering showers are possible this evening, otherwise dry conditions expected. the next rain band will move south to north across the district on friday before turning to lingering showers saturday morning. mainly dry saturday afternoon and sunday with the next front arriving sunday
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night into monday with another round of wind and rain. a final system will bring another chance of rain tuesday with showers lingering wednesday and thursday of next week along with seasonably cool temperatures. && .discussion...as of 2:02 pm pst thursday...showers have mostly ended across the district. then next storm is still on track to spread rain from the south, with areas around point conception and south expected to receive the brunt of the rain. rain is expected to begin across southern coastal monterey county after midnight, and intensify and spread north through the morning. winds will be gusty from the southeast with this as a surface low drops down along the coast, especially in the salinas valley and across the southern mountain ranges. a wind advisory has been issued for the mountains and valleys across the southern third of the district, or so. the southeast winds could produce rain shadow effects in certain areas, like the monterey peninsula, however areas in the santa lucias as well as the salinas valley are expected to see decent rainfall. overall, a event is expected for friday with 1-4 inches for the hills and 0.25-1.25 for the lower a big story today is the questions swirling around the white house. just a short time ago, we learned president
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trump's choice to replace michael flynn as national security adviser has turned down the opportunity. this news... capped off what has been another wild day in washington... which started with the president meeting the news media. kron 4 chief national correspondent jim osman takes us through, what was at times, a bizarre question and answer session. 12:57 hopefully we'll try to unify the country. president trump spent 20 minutes in what was a rambling defense of his administration that mentioned unifying the country before he laid into the press. 1:00 the press has been so dishonest the press is out of controland then he turned to the press to answer questions about the firing of national security advisory general mike flynn because of his characterizati on to the vice president of calls to russia.1:20 p "what he did wasn't wrong. what was wrong how other people were given that's the real problem it's all fake news fabricated deal. it was how the democrats loss. it's all fake news the president made questionable statements at times and in one instance that was clearly false. 1:06 the biggest electoral win since
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reaganpresident obama in 2008 and 2012 and george h.w. bush had far more electoral votes than president trump won in 2016. and then the president said this. 1:24 i don't have any deals in russiapresident trump's son had previously been quoted saying the trump organization has assets in russia. and mr. trump said definitively he didn't direct general flynn to speak to the russians in the days before he was inaugurated. 1:36 "no i didn't no i didn't" president trump will get outside of the beltway on saturday for a campaign like rally in florida which may be a visual reminder of the loyal supporters has ---the very folks who put him into office. jim osman washington
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the president did reveal his new choice for labor secretary. he is nominating alexander acosta. if confirmed, acosta would be the first latino member of president trump's cabinet. acosta has served on the national labor relations board ... and as a federal prosecutor. his nomination comes one day after fast- food executive andrew puzder.. withdrew from consideration because he did not have enough votes to get the confirmation. we now know that confirmation hearings for president trump's supreme court pick will start march 20th. the senate judiciary committee says after a day of opening statements, questioning of judge neil gorsuch will begin on march 21st. the hearings should last three to four days. gorsuch, a federal appeals court judge from colorado, has
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been meeting with senators on both sides of the aisle since being nominated. some democrats have been discussing possibly trying to filibuster, or in other words blocking gorsuch from receiving a vote. overcrowding has put a stain on the charm ofthe crookedest street in the world... now some saya toll on lombard street would solve the problem. ♪ ♪ the hydrogen fueled mirai. its only emission is water. toyota. let's go places.
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lombard street in san francisco ... may start requiring visitors to pay... san francisco supervisor mark farrell made the toll proposal today to help reduce traffic in the area. lombard street draws millions of visitors a year... creating headaches for residents.. in the heart of summer...as many as 17 thousand people per weekend visit the site. farrell's spokesperson says they are still working out the details..... like how much to charge and how to create a reservation system.. before it happens... if it happens... toll will also need state legislature approval. in sports... draymond green continues to turn heads .. after his outburst during last night's game against the kings. and warriors team owner joe lacob recently sat down with kron-4 sports director gary radnich... they talked about a variety of topics-- including their new arena and the pursuit of kevin
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durant... that's all coming up after the break.
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draymond green left the warriors on the brink of losing back to back games for the first time since april of 2015. in the second quarter the warriors all-star fouled demarcus cousins. green didn't agree with the officials and was thrown out after revieving a pair of techinicals. he recieved his 10th techincal of the year while defending the league's techincal leader. fortunately thanks to klay thompson and kevin durant
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combining for 56 points. golden state was able to pull away in the third and win the game 109-86. warriors owner joe lacobalong with peter guber paid $450 million for the warriors about 7 years agonow he has a franchise that is worth $2.6 billion and is perhaps the most envied in sports lacob has overseen a team that has won an nba title played in two straight finals and looks headed to a third with kevin durant on board they are by far the most popular team in the nbawe talked to lacob yesterday on a number of subjects one of which was how much has luck played into his franchse's fortunes?
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the giants continue to prepare for their first spring training game against the reds next friday. the biggest questions surronding the team this time around... have to do with the team's options in left field and how will their bullpen avoid falling apart in october. bruce bochy made it that clear that he and his staff have a lot of decisions to make before opening day
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meanwhile former giants pitcher sergio romo put on his first dodgers jersey. the right-hander was very execited called the moment to being 'dope' romo was a longtime giants fan favorite... he spent nine years in san francisco. the warriors are in new orleans participate in the all-star festivities. last night klay thompson shared what he plans on doing this weekend.
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last night utah beat portland by 23 points... but these pair of john stockon fans during a game break stole the night. they showed off their moves and entertained the crowd.
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at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world. connecting with the things that matter most. and because nothing keeps us more connected than the internet, we've created access from at&t. california households with at least one resident who receives snap or ssi benefits
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may qualify for home internet at a discounted rate of $10 a month. no commitment, deposit, or installation fee. visit att.com/accessnow to learn more. snapchat's owner has set
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the price for the company's highly anticipated initial public offering. stock for "snap inc" will be priced between 14 -to 16- dollars per share. the valuation... 22- billion dollars which is three - billion less than originially expected. snapchat is the largest tech i-p-o since alibaba went public in 2014. the company says, it has 158- million daily active users on the social messaging service. however, it is facing increased competition from companies like facebook. the exact date of the i-p-o has not been set. last weather and goodbye
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