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od boy! go for the gold. frontline gold. available at your vet. good morning. welcome to kron four news weekend. we're taking a live look from our embarcadero. ( marty ) thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)shower chances will continue across the far southern portion of our forecast area today. otherwise, expect dry conditions today along with warmer temperatures and lighter winds. dry weather with seasonable temperatures are forecast for monday and tuesday. an upper trough is forecast to bring cooler conditions back to our region from wednesday through next weekend.
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( marty @ landing ) breaking news. a three vehicle crash has closed all northbound lanes of interstate 880 in fremont. two of the vehicles involved are big-rig trucks. it happened around 3:40 this morning. this is just south of auto mall expressway. according to c-h-p, one of the big-rigs overturned and landed on it's side. ( marty @ landing ) now to
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the east bay. concord police are investigating the grim discovery of a body in the bushes near a chuck e cheese. kron four's averi harper is live in concord with the latest. good morning averi. ( averi ) a man is found dead near a chuck e cheese in concord. police say this happened on willow pass between gateway boulevard and market street around 9:00 saturday morning. when police arrived, they found the man's body in some bushes. detectives are investigating this morning. there is no cause of death at this time and his idenity has not been released. ( marty @ landing) thanks averi.
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( marty @ landing ) a man is accused of posing as a landlord, offering people an apartment in exchange for money and sex. police say the suspect targeted immigrants along canal street in san rafael. kron four's ella sogomonian has the story. san rafael has a vibrant latino community living along the canal street area.many struggle to find housing and pay rent they say has tripled in the past decade.friday police arrested a man who they say took advantage of those of them who were desperate to find a home. sot: sgt. raul aguilar, san rafael police
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department // "most of the communications were in spanish. targeted toward the spanish speaking community, and the locations he was placing his ads."they say 38- year-old tifiano ariel rodas maldonado posted ads along laundromats in the canal street area where many mexicans and guatemalans frequent. one victim came forward saying maldonado asked for 2-thousand dollars a month and sex.sot: teodoro cruz, san rafael resident// "it surprises me because here we are all latino we are a community, yes there is some violence but for the most part we are peaceful and we live together most of us know each other."in exchange maldonado promised a key to an apartment that didn't exist."he did not have any places to rent he was not affiliated with any real estate company or anything like that. he was basically taking advantage of the difficult housing situation in the area couple with the ongoing fear of the immigrant community to prey on people." detectives made a call to the ad and say maldonado answered using a fake name roberto mendez then met up with the undercover caller.maldonado was arrested for felony fraud and prostitution charges.sot: antonio cedenyo, san rafael resident// "the problem is without a rental record or bank credit history they don't rent you an apartment."sot: teodoro cruz, san rafael
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resident// "we don't have documents and a lot don't want to provide us housing." maldonado has since posted bail and been released. ( marty ) the golden state warriors hit salt lake city, hoping to take game 3 on the road against the utah jazz. and utah kept it close early as gordon hayward drills the 3...the jazz would lead by as much as nine in the 3rd quarter. but kevin durant showed he's all about that jazz... with a game high 38 points with 13 rebounds. steph curry added 23 points. the dubs outsocre the jazz by 9 points in the 4th quarter. they win 102 to 91 and now have a commanding 3 to nothing series lead. asistant coach mike brown talked about k-d's great game after the game.
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coach:"kd had big night offensively. that's one of the reasons why we welcomed him here, its tough to hold a guy that is seven feet, it's tough to comtol a guy that's seven feet that can play out in the perimeter and handle the ball. especially as good as he is in the pick and roll game, so great effort all away around."> ( marty ) the warriors will look to close out the series tomorrow night at 6:00 in utah. ( marty ) and the warriors will be without head coach steve kerr for game 4. we're learning this morning that coach kerr underwent a spinal cord leak procedure. kerr will continues to be out indefinitely. warriors owner joe lacob updated kerr's condition in an interview with bloomberg radio. kerr had back surgery two years ago and has been dealing with complications ever since. assistant coach mike brown will continue to take on kerr's role until he recovers. ( marty ) coming up on kron 4 news weekend. a survivor from the pool party shooting rampage in san diego is speaking out. what he
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remembers from the deadly attack. plus. a warning for parents after nearly 100 kids get sick at school. what you need to know to keep your children safe. and after the break. the new chip credit cards are meant to protect your privacy... but they could actually be making things worse. we'll explain. next. ♪ sweet cinnamon-sugar on the outside, crazy on the inside. crave those crazy squares. ♪ sweet cinnamon-sugar on the outside, crazy on the inside. crave those crazy squares. here are the stories from
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the week -- that could impact your ( marty ) most of us have ánewá credit cards, embedded with a chip. it's designed to keep scammers from cloning cards. but it may not be working. counterfeit fraud decreased more than 50 percent in stores that have chip technology and identity fraud actually increased last year. experts say the chips don't keep scammers from stealing your card numbers and using them to shop online where you don't need a chip. right now only 40 percent of stores have the chip technology. and if you are
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a victim of fraud and the store does not have the technology, they are responsible for paying you back... not the ( marty ) some good news on the u-s jobs front. the labor department says unemployment declined in april to four-point-four percent. that's the lowest rate in a decade. and the u-s economy added 211-thousand jobs last month. that's more than double the number of jobs added in march. wages also grew two-and-a-half percent compared to the same time last year. many economists say the u-s is now at or near what's called "full employment". that's when the unemployment rate won't go down significantly more and wage growth should start speeding up. ( dave )breezy today, but a little warmer with plenty of sunshine. back with your forecast. for the weekned... it's the art festival in mountain view. come out
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look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)shower chances will continue across the far southern portion of our forecast area today. otherwise, expect dry conditions today along with warmer temperatures and lighter winds. dry weather
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with seasonable temperatures are forecast for monday and tuesday. an upper trough is forecast to bring cooler conditions back to our region from wednesday through next weekend.
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( marty ) bart riders traveling on the fremont line will have to take a bus bridge between the fruitvale and lake merrit stations today. bart is doing major track repairs between those stations. the bus bridge might mean delays of twenty to thirty minutes. bart plans to have the stations opened in time for tomorrow morning's commute. ( marty ) also in the north bay, four people were
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arrested on suspicion of attacking police officers after a concert. it happened friday night. petaluma police responded to reports of fights in front of the phoenix theater and in the keller street garage. authorities say they found a mob in the garage throwing beer bottles at people below. police say concert security reported a minor had assaulted them. police say the officers were spit upon, hit and were concerned for their safety. two adults and two minors were arrested on suspicion of battery on a police officer, public intoxication and obstruction of justice. ( marty ) covering calfiornia. one of the men injured in last week's pool shooting rampage in san diego is sharing his story of terror this morning. kelly hessedal reports. san diego police say they've found no evidence that a deadly shooting rampage at a pool party was racist, although most victims were black.the white gunman, peter
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selis, killed a woman and wounded six people sunday at the apartment complex where he lived before police killed him. all but two victims were black. some survivors have said they believe selis selected minority victims.but assistant police chief brian ahearn says selis made no statements and had no materials in his home indicating the attack was a hate crime.he says investigators who interviewed party guests and acquaintances determined that selis was bankrupt and despondent about a recent breakup with his girlfriend.in a statement, family members say that they can't understand what prompted selis to attack.
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( marty ) that was kelly hessedal reporting... the shooter's family is apologizing for what they call a "senseless" act. ( marty ) eight fraternity brothers at penn state university are facing manslaughter charges in the death of a pledge. a grand jury called the death of 19-
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year-old timothy piazza the direct result of a night of heavy drinking. piazza died two days after a party at the beta theta pi fraternity house at penn state. prosecutors say he died from a traumatic brain injury. it was result of several falls, including one down a flight of basement stairs. the fraternity did not call 9-11 until the next morning after the accident. penn state has banned beta theta pi's chapter from campus. ( marty ) eighteen members of the fraternity now face charges. eight of them are charged with involuntary manslaughter. beta theta pi international fraternity described the "nature of those charges" as "incredibly disheartening." ( marty ) still ahead. the giants struggle on the road while the a's get into a nail biter. bay area
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trying to avoid getting blown out for the second night in a row. taking on the reds again in cincinati. ty blach was on the mound for san francisco. and things didn't go very well for him. billy hamilton hits a 2-run r-b-i double. and blach got lit up in this one. he allowed eleven hits, ten
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runs in three innings. cincinnati would go on to win this one easily 14-2. today san francisco will try to avoid getting swept by the reds. 1st pitch 1:10. ( marty ) it was entirely different story for the a's however. after trailing by three runs against the tigers. the green and gold rallied from behind to steal the game. adam rosales hits a walk off single. scoring matt joyce with the game winning run. a's win 6-5. oakland will look to take the series against detroit today. 1st pitch 1:05. ( marty ) let's head to the 143rd kentucky derby. that's where "always dreaming" won the race this year. the thouroughbreds running on a sloppy track yesterday. this is the fifth straight year that a derby favorite has won. the second derby win
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for jockey john velazquez. ( marty ) a longtime u.s. bobsledding star who won three olympic medals was found dead in new york. the u.s. olympic committee announced the death of steven holcolmb. the cause remains unknown. but, police say there were no indications of foul play. holcomb was only 37. ( marty ) still ahead. an increase in crime at one bay area university... what students are saying about campus safety
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forecast... (dave)shower chances will continue across the far southern portion of our forecast area today. otherwise, expect dry conditions today along with warmer temperatures and lighter winds. dry weather with seasonable temperatures are forecast for monday and tuesday. an upper trough is forecast to bring cooler conditions back to our region from wednesday through next weekend.
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( marty ) san bruno police arrested four people in an anti-human-trafficking operation. police made the arrests at a home on herman street friday afternoon. after a month long investigation detectives uncovered information and evidence to link four suspects on prostitution and pimping charges. the suspects are in custody. this case is still under investigation. ( marty ) a big story we are following this morning.. a series of crimes around stanford university in the last few weeks has students on edge. some of those crimes include sexual assaults and a person exposing himself. and the latest crime is an attempted burglarly according to campus police. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke to students on campus about their safety. police are looking for the man that they say tried to break into this dorm, a student living at roble hall
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discovered a man trying to pry his screen open.the suspect fled.wyatt pontius/stanford student:i heard that a man approximately 40 years old attempted to break in by taking a screen off of the window but they ran away as soon as the student saw them in the window. this is the first incident of crime at this hall all year long and like i said the university si very good about keeping us informed so i still feel very safe.this is one of several incidents in the last month. earlier this week, police arrested this jun nicado pegarido on prowling charges. police are also looking into whether he's responsible for two indecent exposure incidents last nmonth.jack dewey/student:it's concerning you see the police out a little bit more on the street. you can tell that they're trying to ramp it up but its such a big campus.i remember last year someone walked on and was looking at people changing so its hard to prevent something liek that. also last month, two people were sexually assaulted within minutes of each other.both victims were groped around 11
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at night.police are still looking for the suspect in that case who's desribed as a bald white man(hermela aregawi) the suspect is described as a hispanic man in his thirties, dark skin, short dark hair, about 5'9 with a heavy build. police tell me they're working on a sketch of him.reporting in palo alto, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. ( marty ) in san diego, a 15-year-old boy is dead this morning after he is shot and killed by police. police say the boy pointed a b-b gun at an officer outside of a san diego high school saturday. they said he then called 9-1- 1 before being fatally shot. the teenager was struck several times and later died at a hospital. both officers were wearing body cameras, but it's unclear if that footage will be released. ( marty ) 70-students at a school district in northern california have gotten sick but what made them so ill is still a mystery. in yolo county, students in woodland stayed home friday,
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complaining of nausea and diarrhea. officials believe that the symptoms they have are consistent with norovirus. the outbreak is still under investigation. the virus began in one of the city's schools about a week ago. there are some signs the illness has peaked. the district says it's doing a thorough cleaning of school buildings to prevent the spread of any illness. schools in the nearby community of elverta have reported a similar illness. ( marty ) in bakersfield. more than 50-farm workers have been exposed to a pesticide. they got sick while harvesting cabbage at a farm friday morning. the incident shut down harvesting operations after some of those workers complained of sudden illness. their symptoms included vomiting and nausea. first responders decontaminated the site and one worker was hospitalized.
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was drifted. the wind came and pushed everything east and you know we were caught in the path.">( marty ) a farm official says a highly toxic pesticide called "vulcan" was used on a nearby field thursday night. but it's still unclear if that's the reason for the sudden sickness of the workers. the kern county health department has cleared the area and said it's safe for people to ( marty @ bam ) this year's record snow melt is causing problems at yosemite national park. the melting snow has led to flooding in some parts of the park. cory james reports that visitors are told to stay away from high water. outside of tunnel view at yosemite national park, visitors are mesmerized by the snowmelt pouring down bridal veil. julie ashberner, park visitor:"it's incredible we've been here once before but we've never driven up through this entrance and it's just a stunning panorama.'but further down into the valley floor, the scene is more concerning. as caution tape roped off a portion of swinging bridge
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because of flooding. some people though, like mark shomer, flirted with the risks to capture nature's beauty. mark shomer, park visitor: "well i wouldn't go into the rapids with my kids today but i felt safe on the path."and he "wouldn't" because he can't. electronic signs are staked out, telling folks the merced river is closed and no rafting allowed. it is not the only location off limits. dozens of units at housekeeping camp are not being rented after snowmelt -- caused by warmer temperatures -- swamped the area. dakota snider captured the early morning overflow with his camera from pohono bridge. dakota snider, park visitor: "the power of the water was so intense the bridge had this like slight vibration to it and taking long exposure with my camera the tripod was not actually able to be steady enough."park officials say this snowmelt is bigger than the previous four years combined.and despite it staying under the flood stage at ten feet, folks are still being warned to stay away from the fast moving, high water. ( marty ) in nigeria... government officials say 82 schoolgirls who were kidnapped by boko haram more than three years ago are now free. negotiations with the islamic
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extremist group resulted in the girls' release. they are believed to be from the group of 276 schoolgirls kidnapped back in 20-14. they were transported to the capital for medical check ups, and reunited with their families. ( marty ) still ahead... a hacker exposed the frontrunner in the controversial french election. we'll get you up to speed with what's happening live look outside... san francisco international airport. businessman 2: we've gone over the numbers several times, and...
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voting in the pivotal presidential runoff election today. this as a hacking attack targeted one of the candidates. analysts say the election will have implications across europe and the world. everyone is watching to see if the far- right's marine le pen, or
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centrist newcomer emmanuel macron will win. justine waldman has the story.
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will investigate the attack... and see if there are any ties to russia.it's drawn comparisons to the allegations of election hacking by russia in the united states.the revelation did not seem to impact voters here.sot i think it's pretty nasty but at the same time it really shows the face of the other party when everybody's making a decision. sot you know i try not to be influenced and i did vote for what i wanted to vote despite all this information.it's unclear whether the document dump would dent macron's large poll lead over le pen going into the vote on sunday in france..> ( marty ) russia has denied tampering with the french election. though some are skeptical because le pen met with russian president vladimir putin last month. and russian banks have provided her with millions of dollars in loans. ( marty ) russia has denied tampering with the french election. though some are skeptical because le pen met with russian president vladimir putin last month. and russian banks have provided her with millions of dollars in loans. ( marty ) still ahead. looking for your 15-minutes of
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fame on social media? we talk to youtube stars and they show us how to go viral.
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live look outside...sutro tower. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave) shower chances will continue across the far southern portion of our forecast area today. otherwise, expect dry conditions today along with warmer temperatures and lighter winds. dry weather with seasonable temperatures are forecast for monday and tuesday. an upper trough is
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forecast to bring cooler conditions back to our region from wednesday through next weekend. ek.
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( marty @ bam ) everyday around the world millions of videos are being uploading into cyber space. some are serious, some are silly, and some have viewers scratching their heads. but only a few will be seen by millions of people. we now go in depth this morning. kron4's tech reporter gabe slate talked to some experts about what it takes to make a video go viral. over a thousand hours of video a minute are shared through
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social networks.what makes one video go viral?and another a dud?i visited youtube's headquarters in san bruno to find out. kevin alloca, who is based in new york, oversees the trending tab on youtube that features the videos getting the most buzz. the videos that land in this sacred section are chosen by software.. an algorithm identifies the uploads getting the most views, buzz, and shares. kevin says to go viral a video has to inspire participation from the viewer.
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fan base that can immediately share it" gabe slate says: "i wanted to talk to someone who has made several viral videos" karen x says: "hi i'm karen i live in san francisco and i make viral videos" karen is the woman behind the donut selfie video and the fad it sparked after going viral . and the 'girl learns to dance in a year' time lapse video. and a dozen other premeditated virals that have earned her over a hundred million views. she says step one is coming up with an idea that evokes certain emotions.
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bowlin says he likes to play with. but the caption concerned the school as it simply read "ready." the school's superintendent says the reason behind the suspension was "liking a post on social media that indicated potential school violence." ( marty ) after a talk with school administrators zach's parents say the suspension was lifted. ( marty ) coming up.. a new drug to help those suffering from a-l-s. we'll report on the improvements doctors have seen in those who have used it. next. ( marty ) here's a live look at yosemite this morning... for the weekned... it's the afro latin jazz orchestra in san francisco. come out and enjoy some great music and more. it's all happening at the yerba buena
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gardens from 1 to 3. the event is free to attend.
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( marty ) the f-d-a has just approved a new drug for a-l-s. its maker says the drug can slow down the patients' physical decline by one-third. it is the first drug approved specifically for the illness in more than 20-years. a-l-s is a degenerative disease affecting the ability to control muscle movements. up to 15- thousand americans suffer from it. and its cause in still unclear. the new drug is expected to be on the market in august. ( marty ) you have probably heard of yoga with your baby or even with dogs or cats. but what about yoga with a bunny? yoga fans in kansas city had the opportunity to do their routine as bunnies hopped around the room. it was part of an event called "bunnies, buns and yoga." the event was a fundraiser for the group that cares for domestic rabbits who prefer to live indoors.
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breezy today, but a little warmer with plenty of sunshine. back with your forecast ( averi ) coming up... a gruesome discovery at a chuck-e-cheese in concord after a body was found in the bushes. the investigation to what happenend. next.
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continue across the far southern portion of our forecast area today. otherwise, expect dry conditions today along with warmer temperatures and lighter winds. dry weather with seasonable temperatures are forecast for monday and tuesday. an upper trough is forecast to bring cooler conditions back to our region from wednesday through next weekend. ( marty @ landing ) breaking news.
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one lane is now open after a three vehicle crash closed all northbound lanes of interstate 880 in fremont. two of the vehicles involved are big-rig trucks. it happened around 3:40 this morning. this is just south of auto mall expressway. according to c-h-p, one of the big-rigs overturned and landed on it's side. no word on any injuries. we'll have updates for you thoughout the ( marty @ landing ) now to the east bay. concord police are investigating the grim discovery of a body in the bushes near a chuck e cheese. kron four's averi harper is live in concord with the latest. good morning averi. ( averi ) a man is found dead near a chuck e cheese in concord. police say this happened on willow pass between gateway boulevard and
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market street around 9:00 saturday morning. when police arrived, they found the man's body in some bushes. detectives are investigating this morning. there is no cause of death at this time and his idenity has not been released. ( marty @ landing) thanks averi. ( marty @ landing ) a man is accused of posing as a landlord, offering people an apartment in exchange for money and sex. ( marty @ landing ) a man
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is accused of posing as a landlord, offering people an apartment in exchange for money and sex. police say the suspect targeted immigrants along canal street in san rafael. kron four's ella sogomonian has the story. san rafael has a vibrant latino community living along the canal street area.many struggle to find housing and pay rent they say has tripled in the past decade.friday police arrested a man who they say took advantage of those of them who were desperate to find a home. sot: sgt. raul aguilar, san rafael police department // "most of the communications were in spanish. targeted toward the spanish speaking community, and the locations he was placing his ads."they say 38- year-old tifiano ariel rodas maldonado posted ads along laundromats in the canal street area where many mexicans and guatemalans frequent. one victim came forward saying maldonado asked for 2-thousand dollars a month and sex.sot: teodoro cruz, san rafael resident// "it surprises me because here we
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are all latino we are a community, yes there is some violence but for the most part we are peaceful and we live together most of us know each other."in exchange maldonado promised a key to an apartment that didn't exist."he did not have any places to rent he was not affiliated with any real estate company or anything like that. he was basically taking advantage of the difficult housing situation in the area couple with the ongoing fear of the immigrant community to prey on people." detectives made a call to the ad and say maldonado answered using a fake name roberto mendez then met up with the undercover caller.maldonado was arrested for felony fraud and prostitution charges.sot: antonio cedenyo, san rafael resident// "the problem is without a rental record or bank credit history they don't rent you an apartment."sot: teodoro cruz, san rafael resident// "we don't have documents and a lot don't want to provide us housing." maldonado has since posted bail and been released. ( marty ) the golden state warriors
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hit salt lake city, hoping to take game 3 on the road against the utah jazz. and utah kept it close early as gordon hayward drills the 3...the jazz would lead by as much as nine in the 3rd quarter. but kevin durant showed he's all about that jazz... with a game high 38 points with 13 rebounds. steph curry added 23 points. the dubs outsocre the jazz by 9 points in the 4th quarter. they win 102 to 91 and now have a commanding 3 to nothing series lead. asistant coach mike brown talked about k-d's great game after the game. ( marty ) the warriors
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will look to close out the series tomorrow night at 6:00 in utah. ( marty ) and the warriors will be without head coach steve kerr for game 4. we're learning this morning that coach kerr underwent a spinal cord leak procedure. kerr will continues to be out indefinitely. warriors owner joe lacob updated kerr's condition in an interview with bloomberg radio. kerr had back surgery two years ago and has been dealing with complications ever since. assistant coach mike brown will continue to take on kerr's role until he recovers. ( marty ) coming up on kron 4 news weekend. a survivor from the pool party shooting rampage in san diego is speaking out. what he remembers from the deadly attack. plus. a warning for parents after nearly 100 kids get sick at school. what you need to know to keep your children safe. and after the break. the new chip credit cards are meant to protect your privacy... but they could actually be making things worse. we'll explain. next.
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the week -- that could impact your ( marty ) most of us have ánewá credit cards, embedded with a chip. it's designed to keep scammers from cloning cards. but it may not be working. counterfeit fraud decreased more than 50 percent in stores that have chip technology and identity fraud actually increased last year. experts say the chips don't keep scammers from stealing your card numbers and using them to shop online where you don't need a chip. right now only 40 percent of stores have the chip technology. and if you are a victim of fraud and the store does not have the technology, they are responsible for paying you back... not the banks. ( marty ) some good news on the u-s jobs front. the labor department says unemployment declined in april to four-point-four percent. that's the lowest rate in a decade. and the u-s economy added 211-thousand jobs last month. that's
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more than double the number of jobs added in march. wages also grew two-and-a-half percent compared to the same time last year. many economists say the u-s is now at or near what's called "full employment". that's when the unemployment rate won't go down significantly more and wage growth should start speeding up. ( dave )breezy today, but a little warmer with plenty of sunshine. back with your forecast. for the weekned... it's the art festival in mountain view. come out and enjoy live music, art and more. it's all happening on castro street from 10 to 6. the event is free to attend.
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(dave)shower chances will continue across the far southern portion of our forecast area today. otherwise, expect dry conditions today along with warmer temperatures and lighter winds. dry weather with seasonable temperatures are forecast for monday and tuesday. an upper trough is forecast to bring cooler conditions back to our region from wednesday through next weekend.
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( marty ) bart riders traveling on the fremont line will have to take a bus bridge between the fruitvale and lake merrit stations today. bart is doing major track repairs between those stations. the bus bridge might mean delays of twenty to thirty minutes. bart plans to
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have the stations opened in time for tomorrow morning's commute. ( marty ) also in the north bay, four people were arrested on suspicion of attacking police officers after a concert. it happened friday night. petaluma police responded to reports of fights in front of the phoenix theater and in the keller street garage. authorities say they found a mob in the garage throwing beer bottles at people below. police say concert security reported a minor had assaulted them. police say the officers were spit upon, hit and were concerned for their safety. two adults and two minors were arrested on suspicion of battery on a police officer, public intoxication and obstruction of justice. ( marty ) covering calfiornia. one of the men injured in last week's pool shooting rampage in san diego is sharing his story of terror this morning. kelly hessedal reports. san diego police say they've found no evidence that a deadly shooting rampage at a pool party was racist, although most victims were
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black.the white gunman, peter selis, killed a woman and wounded six people sunday at the apartment complex where he lived before police killed him. all but two victims were black. some survivors have said they believe selis selected minority victims.but assistant police chief brian ahearn says selis made no statements and had no materials in his home indicating the attack was a hate crime.he says investigators who interviewed party guests and acquaintances determined that selis was bankrupt and despondent about a recent breakup with his girlfriend.in a statement, family members say that they can't understand what prompted selis to attack.
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( marty ) that was kelly hessedal reporting... the shooter's family is apologizing for what they call a "senseless" act. ( marty ) eight fraternity brothers at penn state
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university are facing manslaughter charges in the death of a pledge. a grand jury called the death of 19- year-old timothy piazza the direct result of a night of heavy drinking. piazza died two days after a party at the beta theta pi fraternity house at penn state. prosecutors say he died from a traumatic brain injury. it was result of several falls, including one down a flight of basement stairs. the fraternity did not call 9-11 until the next morning after the accident. penn state has banned beta theta pi's chapter from campus. ( marty ) eighteen members of the fraternity now face charges. eight of them are charged with involuntary manslaughter. beta theta pi international fraternity described the "nature of those charges" as "incredibly ( marty ) still ahead.
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the giants struggle on the road while the a's get into a nail biter. bay area baseball highlights, after the break. live look outside... richmond bridge for the weekned... it's the cinco de mayo lowrider car show in san francisco. come out and check out some classic rides. it's all happening at john o'connell high school from 10 to 4. the event is free to attend. ♪ lights. camera ♪ strike a pose ♪ your eyes work as hard as you do. but do they need help making more of their own tears? if you have chronic dry eye caused by reduced tear production due to inflammation, restasis multidose™ can help... th continued use twice a day, every day, one drop at a time. restasis multidose™ helps increase your eyes' natural ability to produce tears,
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trying to avoid getting blown out for the second night in a row. taking on the reds again in cincinati. ty blach was on the mound for san francisco. and things didn't go very well for him. billy hamilton hits a 2-run r-b-i double. and blach got lit up in this one. he allowed eleven hits, ten runs in three innings. cincinnati would go on to win
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this one easily 14-2. today san francisco will try to avoid getting swept by the reds. 1st pitch 1:10. ( marty ) it was entirely different story for the a's however. after trailing by three runs against the tigers. the green and gold rallied from behind to steal the game.
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look at the bay bridge. (dave)shower chances will
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continue across the far southern portion of our forecast area today. otherwise, expect dry conditions today along with warmer temperatures and lighter winds. dry weather with seasonable temperatures are forecast for monday and tuesday. an upper trough is forecast to bring cooler conditions back to our region from wednesday through next weekend. ( marty ) ( marty )
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( marty ) breaking overnight... police are searching for a gunman after am early morning shooting in downtown oakland.
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the shooting happened at about 1:30 a.m. in the 300 block of 14th street, about two blocks east of broadway. the victim was taken to a hospital. no word on the condition of the victim. ( marty ) san bruno police arrested four people in an anti-human-trafficking operation. police made the arrests at a home on herman street friday afternoon. after a month long investigation detectives uncovered information and evidence to link four suspects on prostitution and pimping charges. the suspects are in custody. this case is still under investigation. ( marty ) a big story we are following this morning.. a series of crimes around stanford university in the last few weeks has students on edge. some of those crimes include sexual assaults and a person exposing himself. and the latest crime is an attempted burglarly according to campus police. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke to students on campus about their safety. police are looking for the man
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that they say tried to break into this dorm, a student living at roble hall discovered a man trying to pry his screen open.the suspect fled.wyatt pontius/stanford student:i heard that a man approximately 40 years old attempted to break in by taking a screen off of the window but they ran away as soon as the student saw them in the window. this is the first incident of crime at this hall all year long and like i said the university si very good about keeping us informed so i still feel very safe.this is one of several incidents in the last month. earlier this week, police arrested this jun nicado pegarido on prowling charges. police are also looking into whether he's responsible for two indecent exposure incidents last nmonth.jack dewey/student:it's concerning you see the police out a little bit more on the street.
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you can tell that they're trying to ramp it up but its such a big campus.i remember last year someone walked on and was looking at people changing so its hard to prevent something liek that. also last month, two people were sexually assaulted within minutes of each other.both victims were groped around 11 at night.police are still looking for the suspect in that case who's desribed as a bald white man(hermela aregawi) the suspect is described as a hispanic man in his thirties, dark skin, short dark hair, about 5'9 with a heavy build. police tell me they're working on a sketch of him.reporting in palo alto, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. ( marty ) in san diego, a 15-year-old boy is dead this morning after he is shot and killed by police. police say the boy pointed a b-b gun at an officer outside of a san diego high school saturday. they said he then called 9-1- 1 before being fatally shot. the teenager was struck several times and later died at a hospital. both officers were wearing body
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cameras, but it's unclear if that footage will be released. ( marty ) 70-students at a school district in northern california have gotten sick but what made them so ill is still a mystery. in yolo county, students in woodland stayed home friday, complaining of nausea and diarrhea. officials believe that the symptoms they have are consistent with norovirus. the outbreak is still under investigation. the virus began in one of the city's schools about a week ago. there are some signs the illness has peaked. the district says it's doing a thorough cleaning of school buildings to prevent the spread of any illness. schools in the nearby community of elverta have reported a similar illness. ( marty ) in bakersfield. more than 50-farm workers have been exposed to a pesticide. they got sick while harvesting cabbage at a farm friday morning. the incident shut down harvesting operations after some of those workers complained of sudden illness. their symptoms included vomiting and nausea. first responders decontaminated the site and one worker was hospitalized.
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( marty ) a farm official says a highly toxic pesticide called "vulcan" was used on a nearby field thursday night. but it's still unclear if that's the reason for the sudden sickness of the workers. the kern county health department has cleared the area and said it's safe for people to return. ( marty @ bam ) this year's record snow melt is causing problems at yosemite national park. the melting snow has led to flooding in some parts of the park. cory james reports that visitors are told to stay away from high water. outside of tunnel view at yosemite national park, visitors are mesmerized by the snowmelt pouring down bridal veil. julie ashberner, park visitor:"it's incredible we've been here once before but we've never driven up through this entrance and it's just a
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stunning panorama.'but further down into the valley floor, the scene is more concerning. as caution tape roped off a portion of swinging bridge because of flooding. some people though, like mark shomer, flirted with the risks to capture nature's beauty. mark shomer, park visitor: "well i wouldn't go into the rapids with my kids today but i felt safe on the path."and he "wouldn't" because he can't. electronic signs are staked out, telling folks the merced river is closed and no rafting allowed. it is not the only location off limits. dozens of units at housekeeping camp are not being rented after snowmelt -- caused by warmer temperatures -- swamped the area. dakota snider captured the early morning overflow with his camera from pohono bridge. dakota snider, park visitor: "the power of the water was so intense the bridge had this like slight vibration to it and taking long exposure with my camera the tripod was not actually able to be steady enough."park officials say this snowmelt is bigger than the previous four years combined.and despite it staying under the flood stage at ten feet, folks are still being warned to from the fast moving, high water. ( marty ) in nigeria...
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government officials say 82 schoolgirls who were kidnapped by boko haram more than three years ago are now free. negotiations with the islamic extremist group resulted in the girls' release. they are believed to be from the group of 276 schoolgirls kidnapped back in 20-14. they were transported to the capital for medical check ups, and reunited with their families. ( marty ) still ahead... a hacker exposed the frontrunner in the controversial french election. we'll get you up to speed with what's happening today. live look outside... san francisco international airport. for the weekned... it's the baile en la calle in san francisco. come out and enjoy local choreography and dance companies. it's all happening at 24th and folsom from 11 to 3. the event is free to attend. i love you so much, that's why i bought six of you for when you stretch out. i want you to stay this bright blue forever,
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presidential vote on today.
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turnout is 65 per-cent, lower than the last presidential vote this as a hacking attack targeted one of the candidates. analysts say the election will have implications across europe and the world. everyone is watching to see if the far-right's marine le pen, or centrist newcomer emmanuel macron will win. justine waldman has the story.
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on campaigning took effect - macron's camp suffered a massive hack.campaign officials said the perpetrators accessed thousands of files.and mixed fake documents with real ones "to create confusion and misinformation." france's cybersecurity agency says it will investigate the attack... and see if there are any ties to russia.it's drawn comparisons to the allegations of election hacking by russia in the united states.the revelation did not seem to impact voters here.sot i think it's pretty nasty but at the same time it really shows the face of the other party when everybody's making a decision. sot you know i try not to be influenced and i did vote for what i wanted to vote despite all this information.it's unclear whether the document dump would dent macron's large poll lead over le pen going into the vote on sunday in france..> ( marty ) russia has
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denied tampering with the french election. though some are skeptical because le pen met with russian president vladimir putin last month. and russian banks have provided her with millions of dollars in ( marty ) still ahead. looking for your 15-minutes of fame on social media? we talk to youtube stars and they show us how to go viral. live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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live look outside...sutro tower. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave) shower chances will continue
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across the far southern portion of our forecast area today. otherwise, expect dry conditions today along with warmer temperatures and lighter winds. dry weather with seasonable temperatures are forecast for monday and tuesday. an upper trough is forecast to bring cooler conditions back to our region from wednesday through next weekend. ek.
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( marty @ bam ) everyday around the world millions of videos are being uploading into cyber space. some are serious, some are silly, and some have viewers scratching their heads.
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but only a few will be seen by millions of people. we now go in depth this morning. kron4's tech reporter gabe slate talked to some experts about what it takes to make a video go viral. over a thousand hours of video a minute are shared through social networks.what makes one video go viral?and another a dud?i visited youtube's headquarters in san bruno to find out. kevin alloca, who is based in new york, oversees the trending tab on youtube that features the videos getting the most buzz. the videos that land in this sacred section are chosen by software.. an algorithm identifies the uploads getting the most views, buzz, and shares. kevin says to go viral a video has to inspire participation from the viewer.
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of culture and trends says: "whether that is making your own version of it, or responding in some way, or having something to say about it"and he says the more attempts at viral.. the better
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title it like a news headline and keep in mind the first few seconds are critical
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is suspended after liking a photo of a gun on instagram. the gun in question is an airsoft gun. and it's something 7th grader zachary bowlin says he likes to play with. but the caption concerned the school as it simply read "ready." the school's superintendent says the reason behind the suspension was "liking a post on social media that indicated potential school violence." ( marty ) after a talk with school administrators zach's parents say the suspension was lifted. ( marty ) coming up.. a new drug to help those suffering from a-l-s. we'll report on the improvements doctors have seen in those who have used it. next. ( marty ) here's a live look at yosemite this morning...
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for the weekned... it's the afro latin jazz orchestra in san francisco. come out and enjoy some great music and more. it's all happening at the yerba buena gardens from 1 to 3. the event is free to attend. ( marty ) the f-d-a has
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just approved a new drug for a-l-s. its maker says the drug can slow down the patients' physical decline by one-third. it is the first drug approved specifically for the illness in more than 20-years. a-l-s is a degenerative disease affecting the ability to control muscle movements. up to 15- thousand americans suffer from it. and its cause in still unclear. the new drug is expected to be on the market in august. ( marty ) you have probably heard of yoga with your baby or even with dogs or cats. but what about yoga with a bunny? yoga fans in kansas city had the
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opportunity to do their routine as bunnies hopped around the room. it was part of an event called "bunnies, buns and yoga." the event was a fundraiser for the group that cares for domestic rabbits who prefer to live ( marty ) the peninsula humane society and s-p-c-a rescued three kittens that were trapped inside a construction vehicle. this happened in redwood city earlier this week. they were trapped in a boom lift so they were not visable.. a passerby heard the three week old kittens. that's when crews arrived at the corner of arguello street and brewester avenue. veterinarians believe they were trapped for at least a couple of days. they are all recovering now. they will go up for adoption when they weigh two pounds. breezy today, but a little warmer with plenty of sunshine. back with your forecast ( averi ) coming up... a
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for persistent protection you can trust... good boy! go for the gold. frontline gold. available at your vet. good morning. welcome to kron four news weekend. we're taking a live look from our embarcadero. ( marty ) thanks for joining us. i'm marty gonzalez. here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)shower chances will continue across the far southern portion of our forecast area today. otherwise, expect dry conditions today along with warmer temperatures and lighter winds. dry weather with seasonable temperatures are forecast for monday and tuesday. an upper trough is
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forecast to bring cooler conditions back to our region from wednesday through next weekend. ( marty @ landing ) breaking overnight... police are searching for a gunman after a person was shot early this morning in downtown oakland. the shooting happened at about 1:30 a.m. in the 300
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block of 14th street, about two blocks east of broadway. the victim was taken to a hospital. ( marty @ landing ) now to the east bay. concord police are investigating the grim discovery of a body in the bushes near a chuck e cheese. kron four's averi harper is live in concord with the latest. good morning averi. ( averi ) a man is found dead near a chuck e cheese in concord. police say this happened on willow pass between gateway boulevard and market street around 9:00 saturday morning. when police arrived, they found the man's body in some bushes. detectives are investigating this morning. there is no cause of death at this time and his idenity has not been released. ( marty @ landing) thanks averi. averi. thanks landing)(
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marty @ ( marty @ landing) thanks averi. ( marty @ landing ) a man is accused of posing as a landlord, offering people an apartment in exchange for money and sex. police say the suspect targeted immigrants along canal street in san rafael. kron four's ella sogomonian has the story. san rafael has a vibrant latino community living along the canal street area.many struggle to find housing and pay rent they say has tripled in the past decade.friday police arrested a man who they say took advantage of those of them who were desperate to
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find a home. sot: sgt. raul aguilar, san rafael police department // "most of the communications were in spanish. targeted toward the spanish speaking community, and the locations he was placing his ads."they say 38- year-old tifiano ariel rodas maldonado posted ads along laundromats in the canal street area where many mexicans and guatemalans frequent. one victim came forward saying maldonado asked for 2-thousand dollars a month and sex.sot: teodoro cruz, san rafael resident// "it surprises me because here we are all latino we are a community, yes there is some violence but for the most part we are peaceful and we live together most of us know each other."in exchange maldonado promised a key to an apartment that didn't exist."he did not have any places to rent he was not affiliated with any real estate company or anything like that. he was basically taking advantage of the difficult housing situation in the area couple with the ongoing fear of the immigrant community to prey on people." detectives made a call to the ad and say maldonado answered
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using a fake name roberto mendez then met up with the undercover caller.maldonado was arrested for felony fraud and prostitution charges.sot: antonio cedenyo, san rafael resident// "the problem is without a rental record or bank credit history they don't rent you an apartment."sot: teodoro cruz, san rafael resident// "we don't have documents and a lot don't want to provide us housing." maldonado has since posted bail and been released. ( marty ) the golden state warriors hit salt lake city, hoping to take game 3 on the road against the utah jazz. and utah kept it close early as gordon hayward drills the 3...the jazz would lead by as much as nine in the 3rd quarter. but kevin durant showed he's all about that jazz... with a game high 38 points with 13 rebounds. steph curry added 23 points. the dubs outsocre the jazz by 9 points in the 4th quarter. they win 102 to 91 and
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now have a commanding 3 to nothing series lead. asistant coach mike brown talked about k-d's great game after the game. ( marty ) the warriors will look to close out the series tomorrow night at 6:00 in utah. ( marty ) and the warriors will be without head coach steve kerr for game 4. we're learning this morning that coach kerr underwent a spinal cord leak procedure. kerr will continues to be out indefinitely. warriors owner joe lacob updated kerr's condition in an interview with bloomberg radio. kerr had back surgery two years ago and has been dealing with complications ever since. assistant coach mike brown will continue to take on kerr's role until he recovers.
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( marty ) coming up on kron 4 news weekend. a survivor from the pool party shooting rampage in san diego is speaking out. what he remembers from the deadly attack. plus. a warning for parents after nearly 100 kids get sick at school. what you need to know to keep your children safe. and after the break. the new chip credit cards are meant to protect your privacy... but they could actually be making things worse. we'll explain. next.
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for your money: . here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. ( marty ) most of us have ánewá credit cards, embedded with a chip. it's designed to keep scammers from cloning cards. but it may not be working. counterfeit fraud decreased more than 50 percent in stores that have chip technology and identity fraud actually increased last year. experts say the chips don't keep scammers from stealing your card numbers and using them to shop online where you don't need a chip.
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right now only 40 percent of stores have the chip technology. and if you are a victim of fraud and the store does not have the technology, they are responsible for paying you back... not the banks. ( marty ) some good news on the u-s jobs front. the labor department says unemployment declined in april to four-point-four percent. that's the lowest rate in a decade. and the u-s economy added 211-thousand jobs last month. that's more than double the number of jobs added in march. wages also grew two-and-a-half percent compared to the same time last year. many economists say the u-s is now at or near what's called "full employment". that's when the unemployment rate won't go down significantly more and wage growth should start speeding up. ( dave )breezy today, but a little warmer with plenty of sunshine. back with your forecast.
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for the weekned... it's the art festival in mountain view. come out and enjoy live music, art and more. it's all happening on castro street from 10 to 6. the event is free to attend. who are these people?
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the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. ( marty ) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)shower chances will continue across the far southern portion of our forecast area today.
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otherwise, expect dry conditions today along with warmer temperatures and lighter winds. dry weather with seasonable temperatures are forecast for monday and tuesday. an upper trough is forecast to bring cooler conditions back to our region from wednesday through next weekend. ( marty ) bart riders ( marty )
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( marty ) bart riders traveling on the fremont line will have to take a bus bridge between the
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fruitvale and lake merrit stations today. bart is doing major track repairs between those stations. the bus bridge might mean delays of twenty to thirty minutes. bart plans to have the stations opened in time for tomorrow morning's commute. ( marty ) also in the north bay, four people were arrested on suspicion of attacking police officers after a concert. it happened friday night. petaluma police responded to reports of fights in front of the phoenix theater and in the keller street garage. authorities say they found a mob in the garage throwing beer bottles at people below. police say concert security reported a minor had assaulted them. police say the officers were spit upon, hit and were concerned for their safety. two adults and two minors were arrested on suspicion of battery on a police officer, public intoxication and obstruction of justice. ( marty ) covering calfiornia. one of the men injured in last week's pool shooting rampage in san diego is sharing his story of terror this morning. kelly
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hessedal reports. san diego police say they've found no evidence that a deadly shooting rampage at a pool party was racist, although most victims were black.the white gunman, peter selis, killed a woman and wounded six people sunday at the apartment complex where he lived before police killed him. all but two victims were black. some survivors have said they believe selis selected minority victims.but assistant police chief brian ahearn says selis made no statements and had no materials in his home indicating the attack was a hate crime.he says investigators who interviewed party guests and acquaintances determined that selis was bankrupt and despondent about a recent breakup with his girlfriend.in a statement, family members say that they can't understand what prompted
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( marty ) that was kelly hessedal reporting... the shooter's family is apologizing for what they call a "senseless" act. ( marty ) eight fraternity brothers at penn state university are facing manslaughter charges in the death of a pledge. a grand jury called the death of 19- year-old timothy piazza the direct result of a night of heavy drinking. piazza died two days after a party at the beta theta pi fraternity house at penn state. prosecutors say he died from a traumatic brain injury. it was result of several falls, including one down a flight of basement stairs. the fraternity did not call 9-11 until the next morning after the accident. penn state has banned beta theta pi's chapter from campus. ( marty ) eighteen members of the fraternity now face charges. eight of them are
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charged with involuntary manslaughter. beta theta pi international fraternity described the "nature of those charges" as "incredibly disheartening." ( marty ) still ahead. the giants struggle on the road while the a's get into a nail biter. bay area baseball highlights, after the break. live look outside... richmond bridge for the weekned... it's the cinco de mayo lowrider car show in san francisco. come out and check out some classic rides. it's all happening at john o'connell high school from 10 to 4. the event is from 10 to 4. the event is free to attend. this is a snack. this is another snack. ohhhh, is that hershey's chocolate? they're all snack brothers from the same snack mother. it's hershey's snack mix filled with pretzels, almonds, and, hershey's chocolate. boom-snackalaka. hershey's and reese's snack mix: snacks on snacks on snacks. now for giants baseball...
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the giants were trying to avoid getting blown out for the second night in a row. taking on the reds again in cincinati. ty blach was on the mound for san francisco. and things didn't go very well for him. billy hamilton hits a 2-run r-b-i double. and blach got lit
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up in this one. he allowed eleven hits, ten runs in three innings. cincinnati would go on to win this one easily 14-2. today san francisco will try to avoid getting swept by the reds. 1st pitch 1:10. ( marty ) it was entirely different story for the a's however. after trailing by three runs against the tigers. the green and gold rallied from behind to steal the game. adam rosales hits a walk off single. scoring matt joyce with the game winning run. a's win 6-5. oakland will look to take the series against detroit today. 1st pitch 1:05. ( marty ) let's head to the 143rd kentucky derby. that's where "always dreaming" won the race this year. the thouroughbreds running on a sloppy track yesterday. this is the fifth straight year that a derby favorite has won. the second derby win for velazquez. ( marty ) a longtime u.s.
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bobsledding star who won three olympic medals was found dead in new york. the u.s. olympic committee announced the death of steven holcolmb. the cause remains unknown. but, police say there were no indications of foul play. holcomb was only 37. ( marty ) still ahead. an increase in crime at one bay area university... what students are saying about campus safety this morning. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. for the weekned... it's the s-f-unified school district student art festival in san francisco. come out and check out hundreds of artwork created by students. it's all happening at the asian art museum all day long. the event is free to attend.
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( marty ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast...
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(dave) shower chances will continue across the far southern portion of our forecast area today. otherwise, expect dry conditions today along with warmer temperatures and lighter winds. dry weather with seasonable temperatures are forecast for monday and tuesday. an upper trough is forecast to bring cooler conditions back to our region from wednesday through next weekend.
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( marty ) san bruno police arrested four people in an anti-human- trafficking operation. police made the arrests at a home on herman street friday afternoon. after a month long investigation detectives uncovered information and evidence to link four suspects on prostitution and pimping charges. the suspects are in custody. this case is still under investigation. ( marty ) a big story we are following this morning..
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a series of crimes around stanford university in the last few weeks has students on edge. some of those crimes include sexual assaults and a person exposing himself. and the latest crime is an attempted burglarly according to campus police. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke to students on campus about their safety. police are looking for the man that they say tried to break into this dorm, a student living at roble hall discovered a man trying to pry his screen open.the suspect fled.wyatt pontius/stanford student:i heard that a man approximately 40 years old attempted to break in by taking a screen off of the window but they ran away as soon as the student saw them in the window. this is the first incident of crime at this hall all year long and like i said the university si very good about keeping us informed so i still feel very safe.this is one of several incidents in the last month. earlier this week, police arrested this jun nicado pegarido on prowling charges. police are also looking into whether he's responsible for
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two indecent exposure incidents last nmonth.jack dewey/student:it's concerning you see the police out a little bit more on the street. you can tell that they're trying to ramp it up but its such a big campus.i remember last year someone walked on and was looking at people changing so its hard to prevent something liek that. also last month, two people were sexually assaulted within minutes of each other.both victims were groped around 11 at night.police are still looking for the suspect in that case who's desribed as a bald white man(hermela aregawi) the suspect is described as a hispanic man in his thirties, dark skin, short dark hair, about 5'9 with a heavy build. police tell me they're working on a sketch of him.reporting in palo alto, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. ( marty ) in san diego, a 15-year-old boy is dead this morning after he is shot and killed by police. police say the boy pointed a b-b gun at an officer outside of a san diego high school saturday. they said he then called 9-1-
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1 before being fatally shot. the teenager was struck several times and later died at a hospital. both officers were wearing body cameras, but it's unclear if that footage will be released. ( marty ) 70-students at a school district in northern california have gotten sick but what made them so ill is still a mystery. in yolo county, students in woodland stayed home friday, complaining of nausea and diarrhea. officials believe that the symptoms they have are consistent with norovirus. the outbreak is still under investigation. the virus began in one of the city's schools about a week ago. there are some signs the illness has peaked. the district says it's doing a thorough cleaning of school buildings to prevent the spread of any illness. schools in the nearby community of elverta have reported a similar illness. ( marty ) in bakersfield. more than 50-farm workers have been exposed to a pesticide. they got sick while harvesting cabbage at a farm friday morning. the incident shut down harvesting
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operations after some of those workers complained of sudden illness. their symptoms included vomiting and nausea. first responders decontaminated the site and one worker was hospitalized. ( marty ) a farm official says a highly toxic pesticide called "vulcan" was used on a nearby field thursday night. but it's still unclear if that's the reason for the sudden sickness of the workers. the kern county health department has cleared the area and said it's safe for people to return. ( marty @ bam ) this year's record snow melt is causing problems at yosemite national park. the melting snow has led to flooding in some parts of the park. cory james reports that visitors are told to stay away from high water. outside of tunnel view at yosemite national park, visitors are mesmerized by the snowmelt pouring down bridal veil. julie ashberner, park
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visitor:"it's incredible we've been here once before but we've never driven up through this entrance and it's just a stunning panorama.'but further down into the valley floor, the scene is more concerning. as caution tape roped off a portion of swinging bridge because of flooding. some people though, like mark shomer, flirted with the risks to capture nature's beauty. mark shomer, park visitor: "well i wouldn't go into the rapids with my kids today but i felt safe on the path."and he "wouldn't" because he can't. electronic signs are staked out, telling folks the merced river is closed and no rafting allowed. it is not the only location off limits. dozens of units at housekeeping camp are not being rented after snowmelt -- caused by warmer temperatures -- swamped the area. dakota snider captured the early morning overflow with his camera from pohono bridge. dakota snider, park visitor: "the power of the water was so intense the bridge had this like slight vibration to it and taking long exposure with my camera the tripod was not actually able to be steady enough."park officials say this snowmelt is bigger than the previous four years combined.and despite it staying under the flood stage at ten feet, folks are still being warned to stay away from the fast moving, high water.
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( marty ) in nigeria... government officials say 82 schoolgirls who were kidnapped by boko haram more than three years ago are now free. negotiations with the islamic extremist group resulted in the girls' release. they are believed to be from the group of 276 schoolgirls kidnapped back in 20-14. they were transported to the capital for medical check ups, and reunited with their families. ( marty ) still ahead... a hacker exposed the frontrunner in the controversial french election. we'll get you up to speed with what's happening today.
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this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids wouldn't think twice about. her first bowl of cheerios. because now that cheerios are gluten free, violet, and many others are enjoying their first bowl today. people are voting in the pivotal presidential election today. turnout is 65 per-cent, lower than the last presidential vote this as a hacking attack targeted one of the candidates. analysts
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say the election will have implications across europe and the world. everyone is watching to see if the far- right's marine le pen, or centrist newcomer emmanuel macron will win. justine waldman has the story.
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perpetrators accessed thousands of files.and mixed fake documents with real ones "to create confusion and misinformation." france's cybersecurity agency says it will investigate the attack... and see if there are any ties to russia.it's drawn comparisons to the allegations of election hacking by russia in the united states.the revelation did not seem to impact voters here.sot i think it's pretty nasty but at the same time it really shows the face of the other party when everybody's making a decision. sot you know i try not to be influenced and i did vote for what i wanted to vote despite all this information.it's unclear whether the document dump would dent macron's large poll lead over le pen going into the vote on sunday in france..> ( marty ) russia has denied tampering with the french election. though some are skeptical because le pen met with russian president
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vladimir putin last month. and russian banks have provided her with millions of dollars in ( marty ) still ahead. looking for your 15-minutes of fame on social media? we talk to youtube stars and they show us how to go viral. live look outside...sutro
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tower. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)shower chances will continue across the far southern portion of our forecast area today. otherwise, expect dry conditions today along with warmer temperatures and lighter winds. dry weather with seasonable temperatures are forecast for monday and tuesday. an upper trough is
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forecast to bring cooler conditions back to our region from wednesday through next weekend. ek. ( marty @ bam ) everyday around the world
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millions of videos are being uploading into cyber space. some are serious, some are silly, and some have viewers scratching their heads. but only a few will be seen by millions of people. we now go in depth this morning. kron4's tech reporter gabe slate talked to some experts about what it takes to make a video go viral.
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over a thousand hours of video a minute are shared through social networks.what makes one video go viral?and another a dud?i visited youtube's headquarters in san bruno to find out. kevin alloca, who is based in new york, oversees the trending tab on youtube that features the videos getting the most buzz. the videos that land in this sacred section are chosen by software.. an algorithm identifies the uploads getting the most views, buzz, and shares. kevin says to go viral a video has to inspire participation from the viewer.
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responding in some way, or having something to say about it"and he says the more attempts at viral.. the better
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since most people are watching on small screens these days she says optimize for that by filming your subjects close up and if you use titles make the text fill the screen.
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airsoft gun. and it's something 7th grader zachary bowlin says he likes to play with. but the caption concerned the school as it simply read "ready." the school's superintendent says the reason behind the suspension was "liking a post on social media that indicated potential school violence." ( marty ) after a talk with school administrators zach's parents say the suspension was lifted. ( marty ) coming up.. a new drug to help those suffering from a-l-s. we'll report on the improvements doctors have seen in those who have used it. next. ( marty ) here's a live look at yosemite this morning... for the weekned... it's the afro latin jazz orchestra in san francisco. come out and enjoy some great music and more. it's all happening at the yerba buena
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gardens from 1 to 3. the event is free to attend. the f-d-a has just
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approved a new drug for a-l-s. its maker says the drug can slow down the patients' physical decline by one-third. it is the first drug approved specifically for the illness in more than 20-years. a-l-s is a degenerative disease affecting the ability to control muscle movements. up to 15-thousand americans suffer from it. and its cause in still unclear. the new drug is expected to be on the market ( marty ) you have probably heard of yoga with your baby or even with dogs or cats. but what about yoga with a bunny? yoga fans in kansas city had the opportunity to do their routine as bunnies hopped around the room. it was part of an event called "bunnies, buns and yoga." the event was a fundraiser for the group that cares for domestic rabbits who prefer to live indoors. ( marty ) the peninsula humane society and s-p-c-a
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rescued three kittens that were trapped inside a construction vehicle. this happened in redwood city earlier this week. they were trapped in a boom lift so they were not visable.. a passerby heard the three week old kittens. that's when crews arrived at the corner of arguello street and brewester avenue. veterinarians believe they were trapped for at least a couple of days. they are all recovering now. they will go up for adoption when they weigh two pounds. ad lib final 7 day forecast
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thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ... and tonight for kron 4 news at eight.
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[music] >> joel osteen: may god bless you. it's a joy to come into your homes, and if you're ever in our area, please stop by and be a part of one of our services. i promise you we'll make you feel right at home. i like to start with something funny, and i heard about this 6-year-old boy. he was standing in the church lobby, staring at the large plaque on the wall. it was filled with names, with small american flags by their side. he asked the pastor what all the names were for. the pastor explained how that was a memorial to all the young men and women that died

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