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and we need you to help us break out! got it?...good...now move it!...i gotta go! ...here there is magic for days! (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom. we're following breaking news out of the east bay this morning. there is major police activity in castro valley. it's happening near veronica avenue and center street. we are hearing reports of a man with a gun barricaded inside a home in the area. police do
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have that area blocked right now. kron fours lydia pantazes is headed to the scene... she will bring us a live report as soon as she gets there. (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom.. lets start the morning with a check of weather... anny hong is here with your memorial day forecast. (anny hong): dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast today and tomorrow. cooler conditions along with a slight chance of showers can be expected on wednesday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 (darya) breaking news we are following this morning... a deadly officer involved shooting in vacaville. police say one man is dead and one officer has been taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. this
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happened at orange drive just north of nut tree road just after12:30 this morning. police say they were responding to a report of a stolen car. when police tried to stop the car... the driver took off. eventually police were able to stop the car. the driver got out of the car and then there were reports of shots fired. the suspect died at the scene. right now it is not clear who fired the first shots. no other details have been released this morning. ( darya ) happening today in the east bay... the manufacturer of a water slide in dublin is sending inspectors to figure out how a child was thrown from the ride over the weekend. the accident happened on opening day at the new "wave water park" saturday. you can see the ten-year- old fall out of the "emerald
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plunge" water slide and onto the cement. the parks and rec director says the boy walked away with scratches and just minor injuries. this has prompted a mixed reaction from park goers.
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out of an abundance of caution on saturday. it's unclear if that slide is still closed. (darya) for the sixth time this year.... police are investigating a deadly officer involved shooting in san jose. it happened just after midnight yesterday. police were called about a disturbance at "donner lofts" on east saint john street. police confronted the two people causing the disturbance. one person was immediately arrested, the other was armed with an ax and started threatening the officers. police say using a taser had no effect on the person, who they later found out had a history of mental illness.
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d-a will release the body cam footage once the investigation is over. (darya) and people in this san jose neighborhood are reacting to this latest officer involved shooting. they say police are called to the area a lot. many that we spoke with say they've witnessed fights and drug deals. but never expected to hear about an officer involved shooting.
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when they were confronted by several people including the shooter. the victims are in serious, but stable condition at a local hospital. police believe this shooting is gang-related and the victims were targeted. a twenty-five hundred dollar reward is being offered to anyone with information that leads to the arrest of the attackers. (darya) happening now... police are looking for a man who tried to rob a victim on the peninsula. this happened in san carlos. police say a man approached the victim and demanded property on thursday night on huntington avenue. the victim ran away without giving the thief anything. there is no descrption of who police are looking for this morning. (darya) the parents of a 16-year-old girl are outraged this morning after their daughter was filmed using the bathroom at school. it happened at san ramon valley high school in danville. kron four's ella sogomonian has the story. these danville parents are asking the san ramon valley unified school district to remove a girl accused of cyber bullying their daughter.they say their 16-year-old was filmed inside a san ramon valley high school's bathroom stall after cross country
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practice by another athelete who was suspended for three days but is now back on campus. sot: denise lynch, victim's mom//"i'm deeply disappointed in the school system we have a clear victim and a perpetrator."they say it happened last novemeber but their daughter hadn't known of the video posted on social media until april when their home was vandalized - that led her to question and find the perpetrator.the parents say the video was found on the student's phone and she was suspended for three days.but having her remain at that school causes anxiety for their teen.her father feels if this case didn't involve another girl or a public space it would be handeld more strictly.sot: sean lynch, victim's dad//"if this act, this crime, had been committed by a janitor would he or she still be on campus? not on your life!"the school district responded to kron 4 listing five categories for mandatory expulsion under the california education code - of which this incident doesn't fit.sot: sean lynch, victim's dad//"that's ridiculous. piracy doesn't fall under the guidelines of their education code. all kinds of crimes don't. you don't let the rules get in the way of doing the right thing." the school district couldn't say more on the case because
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the two involved are minors. but add they have a policy that prohibits bullying of any student or employee and they take these matters seriously. but the lynch's don't feel enough is being done to show other students there are consequences to such actions. (darya) u-s and south korean military officials say north korea... fired another test-missile. u-s military officials say the test-missile flew for about six minutes before landing in the ocean. north korea has increased its test-firing of ballistic missiles over recent months... the nation says it is working to build nuclear- tipped missiles that can reach the u-s mainland. military official say that goal is years away... but each
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new test puts north korea closer to success. (darya) memorial day is a reflective day across the country... it is also the first memorial day under president donald trump. karin caifa has a look at how the nation's capital will honor heroes throughout the day. some remembrances will be silent. others will make their presence known. in and around the nation's capital, reminders of sacrifices made by our service men and women -- highlighted, on this memorial day. on a recent rainy day at arlington national cemetery, crowds gathered at the tomb of the unknown solider to witness the memorial ritual carried out, every day of the year.sgt. craig hudson / u.s. army: no matter what, we're going to be out here. just like this right now in the rain. through the rain, snow and heat. and we're going to do everything to prove that these soldiers mean everything to the united states.the sentiment and the ceremony taking additional weight this weekend at
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arlington, where volunteers have carefully placed american flags at the markers of service men and women, the almost 70-year tradition known as "flags in."and in a nod to memorial day's origins as "decoration day", a more recent effort -- volunteers brought together by the memorial day flowers foundation -- placing thousands of roses on arlington graves ahead of today's ceremonies, a project started in 20-11.ramiro penaherrera / memorial day flowers foundation founder: they'll take the rose, and they place the rose -- right there -- in front of the headstone, and recite the name of the person, quietly, and then thank the person for their service, and then go on. i'm very grateful for what these people have done, to give us the lives we live.in arlington, virginia, i'm karin caifa.
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(darya) and there are several memorial day events all over the bay area today. will tran will have a live report coming up at 7:30 with details on what to expect. (darya) a warning as many people head to the beach this memorial day... there is an increase in great white shark spottings in southern california. we'll have the details. and a driver rams into cars at a gas station at random. we'll show you the video as it was all caught on camera. plus... a man is shot and killed by a security guard outside a bay area bar. we'll show you where it happened after the break. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge (vo) this memorial day
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center with anny tracking the forecast... (anny) (anny hong): dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast today and tomorrow. cooler conditions along with a slight chance of showers can be expected on wednesday.
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no major hot spots. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the
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maze to sf. 9darya0 a security guard is arrested after a deadly shooting outside a bar in san francisco's mission district. it happened at the "la oficina cocktail lounge" on mission street just after midnight yesterday morning. one of the security guards heard another guard outside calling for help. by the time he got outside the other guard had already fired his weapon. police later arrested the guard who shot the man outside. one of the bartenders says she recognizes the man who was killed, and that he was drinking at the bar earlier that night. right now police are trying to collect surveillance video from the cameras outside the bar. the shooting is being investigated as a homicide. (darya) eight people are killed, including a sheriff's deputy... in a weekend shooting spree in mississippi.
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and the suspect is now charged with murder. reid binion has the story. barbara bouie / victim's grandmother "i'm just going to miss him. i'm just going to miss jordan."the grandmother of a shooting victim in mississippi -- -- expressing shock and grief after a weekend rampage that left a sheriff's deputy and seven other people dead.warren strain / communication director, mississippi department of public safety: "about 11:40 saturday night a domestic disturbance call came into the sheriff's department." authorities say the rampage started at an address in lincoln county...warren strain / communication director, mississippi department of public safety: "the sheriff's department responded. gunfire broke out."lincoln county sheriff's deputy william durr -- found dead......along with three female victims...police -- following the trail of bloodshed to not one, but two other locations.warren strain / communication director, mississippi department of public safety: "2 people were discovered at that scene and then a 3rd crime scene, so 2 more people were found at that location."suspect willie godbolt......hospitalized for a gunshot wound after being taken into custody.godbolt -- speaking to a reporter while in custody -- saying he had
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gone to a residence to talk to his wife and her family.willie godbolt / suspect: "we was talking about me taking my children. and her sister and aunty called the police." godbolt -- indicating that the deputy was not his target. willie godbolt / murder suspect: "my pain wasn't designed for him. he was just there."the accused shooter -- also expressing remorse... and saying he intended to die in the shootout.willie godbolt / murder suspect: "suicide by cop was my intention. i ain't fit to live. not after what i've done."i'm reid binion reporting. (darya) a section of the southern california coast has been closed again for the second time this weekafter at least four sharks were spotted close to shore. government officials in san clemente say the area south of the beach's pier is closed. and closures were ordered in the same area about two weeks ago and last week after two dozen great whites were seen. last week a fisherman hooked a 12-foot shark from a pier and
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released it. just last month a woman was injured by a 10-foot great white shark at san onofre state beach, which is south of san clemente. (darya) a woman in sacramento goes on a car ramming rampage, mowing down random cars at a gas station. and it's all caught on camera. karma dickerson shows us what happened and spoke to some of the victims. investigators are finally taking a look at the video that many have been glued to for the last 24 hours... thatús according to a clerk at the arco am/pm who says sacramento police picked up the video this morningno matter how many times you see it... itús still jaw dropping to watch a driver plow into car after car sending drivers fleeing and people scattering mia sawyer/victim: "all i can remember is running for my life."now fox40 has learned this champagne colored suv is off the streets...but still no answer as to...darian murphy/victim: "what makes a person just decide to do that?" last saturday may 20, a woman driving a champagne colored land rover mowed down three cars leaving seven victims in
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her wake.darian murphy/victim: "me and my friend was just about to get out of the car. (crying). i'm sorry."it was about one-thirty in the morning when darian murphy and her friend pulled into the arco on northgate and san juan in south natomas, when the suv rams into the side of their white sedan.darian murphy/victim: "i thought she was trying to kill us."the suspect suv seems to be moving on, but then backs into a red sedan. that car belonged to store clerk dinesh tandel who watched in disbelief from inside the store as the suv took off chasing murphyús car danesh tandel/victim: "she turns around and she hit the white car. i think she tried to kill the white car." meanwhile...near the pumps four women in a black suv watch all of this unfold not knowing what to thinkmia sawyer/victim: "the first thing my friend said oh, oh. looks like someone got caught cheating. right?"but passenger mia sawyer was soon jumping out of the way as the suspectús suv sideswiped their black suv as it chased the white car and smashed into murphy againdarian murphy/victim: "the second time she hit me, her eyes it was like crazy eyes." murphy
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escapes and for an instant it looks like the rampage is over... but then the suspect comes back for one more shot at the black suv... an elderly passenger moved as quickly as she could on her cane.billie harris/victim: "i was running from side to side. when she go around that side i'd hide on this side. when she come this way, i'd get on this side."mac aguliar/victim's father: "i want to see some kind of driving around." (darya) that was karma dickerson reporting. some victims say police officers have contacted them to follow up, but still no arrests in this case. (darya) still ahead on the kron four morning news... the trump administration is facing criticism for their proposed budget. it could cause millions to lose health insurance and thousands to lose their jobs. we'll explain why. plus after the break... if you have trouble sleeping, try exercising more. we'll explain why.
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proposed budget could not only have people losing their health care benefits, but could also cause thousands of people to lose their jobs. miguel marquez explains. nats: "open up for me, say ahhh." doctor anthony yonts at hazard's quantum healthcare... in constant motion. today he employs 50 people, his practice... expanding. dr anthony yonts, quantum healthcare: "i would say 70% of our economy is driven by healthcare."
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miguel marquez/reporting: "you think 70% of the economy, just you living here that's what you see?" dr anthony yonts, quantum healthcare: "yeah that's just an eyeball test. healthcare is the driving economic force in our area right now." kentucky - which expanded medicaid and created its own insurance exchange under obamacare - has seen both patients and the healthcare workers who serve them... skyrocket. nats: "it takes a big team to run a clinic like this." doctor jonathan piercy, at university of kentucky's center for rural health in hazard trains future doctors. dr jonathan piercy/north fork valley community health center: "we've seen a lot of clinics open lately we've seen some new clinics come around, we've just built a huge new wing on the hospital." all of that comes with jobs. jobs now at risk if the obamacare medicaid expansion is eliminated by 2020 as congress is now considering. since 2014 as states expanded medicaid some 1.1 million jobs were created nationwide. eastern kentucky... coal country - the 5th congressional district stands to lose more jobs than any other district in the entire country. jason
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bailey/executive director, kentucky center for economic policy: "by one study we would lose 20-thousand jobs in the 5th congressional district." miguel marquez/reporting: "20-thousand jobs?" jason bailey/executive director, kentucky center for economic policy: "20-thousand jobs which is about double the number of jobs we lost in the coal industry. so it would be the other shoe to drop on the economy of eastern kentucky." miguel marquez/reporting: "how good is it to be a nurse in eastern kentucky right now?" janet noble/licensed practical nurse, uk center for rural health: "i mean if you like taking care of people and that kind of environment it's really good. there's not a shortage of jobs." nurses in high demand here, and well paid. evidence of a thriving healthcare industry everywhere. this mall once a walmart, now a super-sized medical center. mary meade- mckenzie/ceo kentucky river community care: "we're constantly growing." kentucky river community care now has 70 facilities, has hired more than 150 employees in the last few years and can't expand fast enough. miguel marquez/reporting: "how big a piece of that is the fact that they can pay for it with medicaid?" mary meade- mckenzie/ceo kentucky river community care: "80 percent. i mean because for our programs we have to look at revenue to expand." healthcare jobs on the rise here, ending of medicaid expansion-- another
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devastating blow. miguel marquez, cnn, hazard kentucky. (darya) if you are having trouble sleeping... exercise is a great way to beat insomnia. that's according to multiple studies that say physical activity could help. researchers say exercise alone led to a 25-percent reduction in sleep apnea and insomnia symptoms over a three-month period. doctors recommend that everyone get two-and-a-half hours of exercise weekly. ( lydia ) breaking news... major police activity in castro valley. i'll have an update.
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active negotiations are ongoing. (darya) lets start (darya) ongoing. negotiations are active home. active negotiations are ongoing. (darya) lets start the half hour with a check of weather... anny hong is here with your memorial day forecast.
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(anny hong): dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast today and tomorrow. cooler conditions along with a slight chance of showers can be expected on wednesday.
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no major hot spots. most mass transit agencies are operating on a modified shedule. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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(darya) happening today... memorial day celebrations are happening all across the bay area. and one of the biggest is in san francisco. kron 4's will tran is live with a preview this morning. will. ( will ) sponsored by the presidio trust. starts with a 10:30 a.m. grand march to the national cemetery with veterans. program is from 11 a.m. until noon, followed by a 21-gun salute. speakers include ret. gen. karl eikenberry, former u.s. ambassador to afghanistan and dana gioia, poet laureate of california. note: between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m., a group of san francisco boy scouts will
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place flags on the graves of u.s. soldiers buried at the presidio national (darya) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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(darya) (darya) taking a live look at arlington national cemetery this morning. president trump is going to participate in the wreath laying ceremony at 8:00 this moring. arlington is the final resting place for many u.s. military
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members and others who have served the country. president trump is expected to deliver his first memorial day address. we will carry the ceremony live as it happens throughout the morning. (darya) president donald trump is back in washington following his first overseas trip. he was greeted in the u-s by the ongoing controversy over possible ties between his administration and russian officials. trump's son-in-law, jared kushner, is facing increased scrutiny amid reports of a proposed secret communication line to the kremlin. c-n-n's ryan nobles reports. nats president trump and first lady melania back in d.c. sunday ...after wrapping up his first overseas trip as commander in chief.the nine day trip began with a lavish welcome in saudi arabia.. from there, the president went to israel, and to rome for a visit with the pope.he wrapped
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the trip with a speech to the troops at a u.s. military base in italy. pres. trump: "i think we hit a home run no matter where we are." some lawmakers felt the president's trip was a success. sen. lindsey graham / -r- south carolina: "i thought it was an overall good trip, reassured israel, good message to saudi arabia."but not all agree...feeling more could have been done.. sen. cory booker / -d- new jersey: "here in europe there are a lot of folks waiting to hear things from him whether it's his commitment to article 5 of our treaty with nato or even talking to larger issues of climate change. he really missed a lot of opportunities
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to add to the security or add to the important urgency we have meeting russian aggression." and the russia controversy only seems to be escalating.the washington post reporting trump's son-in-law and advisor, jared kushner, proposed setting up a secret means of communication with russian officials.sen. lindsey graham/ -r- south carolina: "i think it makes no sense that the russian ambassador would report back to moscow on a channel that he most likely knows we're monitoring." butt sot i've never been more concerned and suspicious about all things russia than i am right now."the president deflected reporter questions about kushner.reporter: "mr. president, did jared try to set up a back channel to the russians?"white house officials have not commented on the report. i'm david daniel reporting (darya) a warning if you eat at chipotle... your personal information could be at risk. we have the details you need to know. plus. some warriors and their wives are taking advantage of the lengthy break between the n-b-a finals. we'll show you what ayesha curry did as she took the stage at bottlerock.
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the warriors don't play the cavaliers in the n-b-a finals until thursday. with all the time off, steph curry and his wife ayesha are keeping busy in the bay area. check out ayesha taking the stage at bottlerock this past weekend in napa:
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butter is nice, nice." (people cheering)> rapper e-40 had ayesha rap while she was cooking on stage. of course, steph was by her side to support her during the verse. (anny) tracking your morning forecast... handballer 1: you know what i could go for?
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priority: you (darya) welcome back... anny hong is here with your memorial day forecast. (anny hong): dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast today and tomorrow. cooler conditions along with a slight chance of showers can be expected on wednesday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 (darya) a warning if you ate at chipotle in the last month... the restaurant says their payment system was hacked, and your information may have been stolen. chipotle discovered the data breach last tuesday. however they say they are now looking at card payments at all of their restaurants between march 24th and april 18th. people who paid with a credit or debit card during that time will be notified if their account is
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at risk of being compromised. this is the latest problem for chipotle after they are still trying to recover from an e-coli outbreak in 20-15. the breach happened all across the united states, including here in the bay area. in san jose 13 restaurants are affected... across the bay in oakland... three are affected. in san francisco... 12 restaurants are affected... for the complete list of all the affected restaurants log onto kron four dot com. (darya) gregg allman... a founding member of the allman brothers band... has died. he passed away at his home in savannah, georgia due to liver cancer complications. he was 69-years-old. here's cnn's polo sandoval with a look back at gregg allman's life and career. natshe was a warm... kind- hearted... southern gentleman to his manager...natsbut to the music world, greg allman was an icon... a pioneer to the sounds of southern rock. nats1969... while man was
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landing on the moon... a young greg allman was teaming-up with older brother duane in macon, georgia to form, "the allman brothers band."natsthe new mix of rock, blues, country and jazz catapulted the group to success, becoming one of the most influential acts of the 70's.as the group's chief songwriter, gregg penned the lyrics to signature songs like "midnight rider"... "sweet melissa"... nats...and the blues epic "whipping post."natsthe band was eventually admitted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 1995.... but the road to success was anything but smooth for gregg.his older brother died after the release of their first album.gregg also struggled with drug abuse and a rocky romantic history that included a marriage to
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cher... one of his many marriages.most recently, he returned to georgia where he opened-up to cnn about his battle with hepatitis c.gregg allman:"i just started getting real tired. energy just ain't there."it's also where he spent his final days working on a soon to be released album, southern blood.voice of michael lehman/gregg allman's manager:"he unfortunately got to hear some of the final mixes of his records and shared with me how happy he was."manager michael lehman tells cnn, gregg was at peace with his family by his side when he died of liver cancer complications, saturday.news of the musician's death flooded social media with condolences from fans and fellow icons, cher and ringo starr.polo sandoval, cnn, atlanta. --tag--allman will be buried at rose hill cemetery in macon, georgia-his manager says a funeral date has not yet been set.
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box office this weekend. one of them made it to the top spot while the other did not so as well. david daniel has the top movies this memorial day weekend. the teen drama "everything, everything" made six-point-two million dollars to stay in the top five. after one weekend on top, "alien covenant" fell to fourth place
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on ticket sales of 10-and- a-half million. (nat-music) "welcome to baywatch!" "baywatch," the big-screen take on the iconic t-v series, opened in third place with 18-point-one million dollars -- less than half of what analysts expected. "don't call me a raccoon!" 19-point-nine million dollars gave "guardians of the galaxy volume two" second place and a domestic total of 338-million. "you will soon pay for what you did to me." (laughter) "there's no need to bother, really." "pirates of the caribbean: dead men tell no tales" opened on top with 62-point-two million dollars -- less than expected, though it made up for it with a huge international debut. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (darya) taking a live look at arlington national cemetery this morning. president trump is going to participate in the wreath laying ceremony
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at any moment. arlington is the final resting place for many u.s. military members and others who have served the country. president ,$8drw
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(darya) taking a live look at arlington national cemetery this morning. president trump is participating in the wreath laying ceremony. arlington is the final resting place for many u.s. military members and others who have served the country.
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lydia. thanks ( darya ) kelly said.in the standoff, no one was hurt began, kelly said. the standoff hours after house about two walked out of the the man and he negotiated with intervention unit office's crisis county sheriff's the alameda said.kill himself, kelly wanted to brother he but told his his girlfriend go, the man let ray kelly said. spokesman sgt. sheriff's alameda county taking his street and man barricaded the case a spokesman and is in the walked out of the castro valley an armed man latest?is there now.lydia pantazes kron 4's end. come to an end. kron 4's lydia pantazes is there now. lydia, latest? latest?what's the lydia, is there now.lydia pantazes kron 4's end.east bay has a man in the standoff with armed morning... an following this news we are ( darya ) the country. have served the country.
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(anny hong): memorial day anny hong is weather... check of anny hong is here with your memorial day forecast. forecast. memorial day here with your weather... check of lets get a darya folsom.. morning i'm good (darya) the country.
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darya folsom.. lets get a check of weather... anny hong is here with your memorial day forecast. (anny hong): dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast today and tomorrow. cooler conditions along with a slight chance of showers can be expected on wednesday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) breaking news we are following this morning... an armed standoff with a man in the east bay has come to an end. kron 4's lydia pantazes is there now. lydia, what's the latest?
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( lydia ) an armed man who barricaded himself in a castro valley home early this morning has walked out of the house peacefully and is in the custody of sheriff's deputies, a spokesman said. the case began around 5 a.m. when the man barricaded himself in a home at center street and veronica avenue, taking his girlfriend hostage, alameda county sheriff's spokesman sgt. ray kelly said. the man let his girlfriend go, but told his brother he wanted to kill himself, kelly said. the alameda county sheriff's office's crisis intervention unit negotiated with the man and he walked out of the house about two hours after the standoff began, kelly said. no one was hurt in the standoff, kelly said. ( darya ) thanks lydia. we'll be right back after the break.
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who are these people? 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. ( darya ) happening today
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in the east bay... the manufacturer of a water slide in dublin is sending inspectors to figure out how a child was thrown from the ride over the weekend. the accident happened on opening day at the new "wave water park" saturday. you can see the ten-year-old fall out of
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the "emerald plunge" water slide and onto the cement. the parks and rec director says the boy walked away with scratches and just minor injuries. this has prompted a mixed reaction from park goers.
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similarly-steep slide, called the "dublin screamer" that was also shut out of an abundance of caution on saturday. it's unclear if that slide is still closed. ( darya ) still ahead... a teenage girl is filmed using a bathroom at her east bay high school... why her outraged parents are now blaming the school. (anny) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. a full weather report right after the break.
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have assembled. spider-man... black widow... captain america... and eddie?
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so, what's the plan? breaking out the guardians, pal. come celebrate the all-new guardians of the galaxy-mission: breakout! during the summer of heroes, only at disneyland resort. hero up! (darya) in the weather center with anny tracking the forecast... (anny) (anny hong): dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast today and tomorrow. cooler conditions along with a slight chance of showers can be expected on wednesday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza.
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(darya) the parents of a 16-year-old girl are outraged this morning after their daughter was filmed using the bathroom at school. it happened at san ramon valley high school in danville. kron four's ella sogomonian has the story. these danville parents are asking the san ramon valley unified school district to remove a girl accused of cyber bullying their daughter.they say their 16-year-old was filmed inside a san ramon valley high school's bathroom stall after cross country practice by another athelete who was suspended for three
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days but is now back on campus. sot: denise lynch, victim's mom//"i'm deeply disappointed in the school system we have a clear victim and a perpetrator."they say it happened last novemeber but their daughter hadn't known of the video posted on social media until april when their home was vandalized - that led her to question and find the perpetrator.the parents say the video was found on the student's phone and she was suspended for three days.but having her remain at that school causes anxiety for their teen.her father feels if this case didn't involve another girl or a public space it would be handeld more strictly.sot: sean lynch, victim's dad//"if this act, this crime, had been committed by a janitor would he or she still be on campus? not on your life!"the school district responded to kron 4 listing five categories for mandatory expulsion under the california
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education code - of which this incident doesn't fit.sot: sean lynch, victim's dad//"that's ridiculous. piracy doesn't fall under the guidelines of their education code. all kinds of crimes don't. you don't let the rules get in the way of doing the right thing." the school district couldn't say more on the the two involved are minors.but add they have a policy that prohibits bullying of any student or employee and they take these matters seriously. but the lynch's don't feel being done to show other students there are consequences to such actions. 9darya0 a security guard is arrested after a deadly shooting outside a bar in san francisco's mission district. it happened at the "la oficina cocktail lounge" on mission street just after midnight yesterday morning. one of the security guards heard another guard outside calling for help. by the time he got outside the other guard had already fired his weapon. police later arrested the guard who shot the man outside. one of the bartenders says she recognizes the man who was killed, and that he was drinking at the bar earlier that night. right now police are trying to collect surveillance video from the cameras outside the bar.
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the shooting is being investigated as a homicide. (darya) eight people are killed, including a sheriff's deputy... in a weekend shooting spree in mississippi. and the suspect is now charged with murder. reid binion has the story. barbara bouie / victim's grandmother "i'm just going to miss him. i'm just going to miss jordan."the grandmother of a shooting victim in mississippi -- -- expressing shock and grief after a weekend rampage that left a sheriff's deputy and seven other people dead.warren strain / communication director, mississippi department of public safety: "about 11:40 saturday night a domestic disturbance call came into the sheriff's department." authorities say the rampage started at an address in lincoln county...warren strain / communication director, mississippi department of public safety: "the sheriff's department responded. gunfire broke out."lincoln county sheriff's deputy william durr -- found dead......along with
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three female victims...police -- following the trail of bloodshed to not one, but two other locations.warren strain / communication director, mississippi department of public safety: "2 people were discovered at that scene and then a 3rd crime scene, so 2 more people were found at that location."suspect willie godbolt......hospitalized for a gunshot wound after being taken into custody.godbolt -- speaking to a reporter while in custody -- saying he had gone to a residence to talk to his wife and her family.willie godbolt / suspect: "we was talking about me taking my children. and her sister and aunty called the police." godbolt -- indicating that the deputy was not his target. willie godbolt / murder suspect: "my pain wasn't designed for him. there."the accused shooter -- also expressing remorse... and saying he intended to die in the shootout.willie godbolt / murder suspect: "suicide by cop was my intention. i ain't fit to live. not after what i've done."i'm reid binion reporting. ( darya ) still ahead. a warning if you eat at chipotle... your personal information could be at risk. we have the details you need to know. and after the break. a soldier surprises his little sister.. we'll show you how he did it and who was behind the planning. next. and here's a live look
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outside... bay bridge.
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( darya ) a soldier surprised his younger sister
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by showing up to her high school graduation when she thought he was still in afghanistan. christopher crisler came back to his hometown in colorado two weeks ago just to surprise his sister carlee. their mom had been planning it for a few months. christopher hid in the choir room while the ceremony was going on. when carlee got up to get her diploma...her brother surprised her by showing up on-stage with a bouquet of flowers. ( darya ) after christopher surprised his sister...the audience stood up for a standing ovation. ( will ) there are several memorial day events around the bay area. i will have a preview in a live report.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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today will be mostly cloudy and breezy with patchy fog and drizzle in the morning. highs will be in the 50s to mid 60s. west winds could reach 30 mph in the afternoon. tonight will be partly cloudy in the evening, then becoming cloudy and breezy. lows will be in the upper 40s to mid 50s. west winds will be between 20 and 30 mph. tuesday will be mostly cloudy and breezy with patchy fog and drizzle in the morning. highs will be in the 50s to mid 60s. west winds will be between 20 and 30 mph. (darya) taking a live look at arlington national cemetery this morning. president trump is participating in the wreath laying ceremony. arlington is the final resting place for many u.s. military members and others who have served the country.
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(darya) happening today... memorial day ceremonies are happening all across the bay area. and one of the biggest is in san francisco. kron 4's will tran is live with a preview this morning. will. ( will ) sponsored by the presidio trust. starts with a 10:30 a.m. grand march to the national cemetery with veterans. program is from 11
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a.m. until noon, followed by a 21-gun salute. speakers include ret. gen. karl eikenberry, former u.s. ambassador to afghanistan and dana gioia, poet laureate of california. note: between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m., a group of san francisco boy scouts will place flags on the graves of u.s. soldiers buried at the presidio national (darya) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) kron four's stanley roberts tags along on a traffic crackdown in the south bay. that is in this morning's edition of people behaving badly. when santa clara has a traffic crackdown it's all hands on deck .. traffic officers from all around santa clara county converged on the city of santa clara looking for drivers behaving badly they focused on. speeders nats speed gun
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around school zones like this uber driver caught driving 42 miles per hour in a 25 mile per hour school zone good morning i see your carrying a passenger this morning huh yes sir 42 in a 25 i didn't see it they also focused on a senior citizen zone in winchester blvd for speeders and crosswalk safety good morning i stopped you for your speed do you have any idea just how fast you were going i have you at 46 today i have you locked in at 45 the looked at carpool violators on san tomas i'm seargent shearer santa clara police department notice you don't have another passenger in the vehicle .. and they looked at pedestrian safety on steven creek blvd wher they have had an uptick in pedestrian vs vehicle crashes if you were driving on stevens creek and you failed to yield to a pedestrian in a
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crosswalk chances are you would get pulled over and talked to .. a lot of drivers had chats this driver failed to yield but there was a problem you know why i stopped you today .apparently, the driver only spoke mandreian so ther ewas a language barrer . so her husband appeared . he also only spoke mandarin you want me to talk to your google translate yea i'll do that in a second actually, it wasn't google translate it was a translator on the phone this is your daughter (my friend) your friend speaks english ok hi this is deputy torres with the sheriffic office can you hear me ok so after all of that the deputy is ready to issue the ticket so do you have an understanding why you were stopped . ut oh we need the translator again this driver in the delivery truck also failed to yield to the pedestrian in the crosswalk who by the way happed to be a santa clara police officer good afternoon sargent saunders of the santa clara police department were doing a county taskforce do you know why im pulling you over . there is sooooo much video i have to show you but we have to pace ourselves which means ill have more in an upcoming edition of people behaving badly in santa clara stanley roberts kron 4 news
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(darya) coming up... more arrests made in connection with the deadly terrorist attack in manchester, england. hear what we are learning about who is behind bars this morning. and after the break. a man is accused of yelling anti- muslim slurs at teenage girls before killing two men who tried to defend them... new video just released of the suspect the night before the attack.
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breaking news just in to kron four... tiger woods has been arrested for d-u-i. it happened in jupiter, florida early this morning. reports say he was taken into custody at 3:00 this morning, and released several hours later. we will continue to monitor this story and bring you more information as it becomes available. we'll be right back.
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twenty more years of this job? yikes. my kids say go for it, mom. be that woman who does what she loves. knows what she wants. yeah, mom's gonna go for it! except... i don't have a clue where to start. hey we hear you. that's why aarp has resources to help you navigate the job market. we'll connect you with employers that value your experience and provide tips and tools to find work you love. if you don't think "this is right for me" when you think aarp, then you don't know "aarp". get to know us at aarp.org/possibilities. (darya) checking the roads
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with robin winston. no major hot spots. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. a minor accident in san francisco nb 101 at 9th street causing a minor delaysbay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the
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maze to sf.
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today will be mostly cloudy and breezy with patchy fog and drizzle in the morning. highs will be in the 50s to mid 60s. west winds could reach 30 mph in the afternoon. tonight will be partly cloudy in the evening, then becoming cloudy and breezy. lows will be in the upper 40s to mid 50s. west winds will be between 20 and 30 mph. tuesday will be mostly cloudy and breezy with patchy fog and drizzle in the morning. highs will be in the 50s to mid 60s. west winds will be between 20 and 30 mph.
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( darya ) happening now in sri lanka... at least 169 people are dead and hundreds are missing after severe rain has hit the area it has caused flooding and mudslides in the most populated neighborhoods over the past four days. today...more rain is expected. rescuers are working to evacuate more people in the areas that are expected to be impacted. thousands of people have taken
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shelter in over three hundred relief camps. india is helping sri lanka in their time of need. it has sent two ships full of supplies to people in remote areas. ( darya ) two more people have been arrested in connection with the suicide bombing in manchester that killed 22 people at an ariana grande concert. the suspects are a 19-year-old and a 25-year-old, who were detained during police raids sunday. investigators are concerned that some of the people who helped the suicide bomber could still be at large. police are currently holding 13-people in custody. two other people who were detained earlier were released without being charged. ( darya ) we're learning more about the man accused of yelling anti-muslim slurs at a teenage girl, then fatally attacking two men trying to defend her. new cell phone video shows the suspect going on a rant the night before the attacks. jennifer dowling reports. nat sound:"move forward."
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you're looking at cell phone video of jeremy christian on the max.it was taken the night before the deadly attack.nat sound:"oh it looks like we have a christian or muslim (bleep) bus driver, i'll stab you too (bleep), move forward, move forward max driver (bleep)."the woman who recorded the video says she was on the max heading to gresham ... christian got on the train at the rose quarter. woman:"he was on his cell phone, he was pretty upset, squinting his eyes, venting to his friend on the phone about some girl that just pepper sprayed him."portland police are confirming to koin 6 news - there was some sort of altercation even before he got on the train.a viewer sent us this audio from trimet dispatch.you can hear how operators are aware of christian on the train.audio: "the female pepper maces the male passenger and the male passenger hit the female passenger with a coke bottle
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in the face."other recordings show the driver was aware of christian throughout the ride. the passenger, who goes by kk, says she started recording shortly before he got off his cell phone.then, he started talking to himself.woman:"just complaining about the city, complaining about just muslims, christians, it just got very violent, very quick." and at one point starting make threats.nat sound:"i'm about to stab some (bleep), call the police i dare you."woman:"by the time we were at gateway he was talking about wanting to stab somebody, gestured to pull something out of his pocket." soon after, the train stopped and christian left the train.no arrests were made. a troubling thought for this woman.knowing now - what would happen next.woman:"had somebody got up and confronted him for what he was saying i don't know if he would have reacted or not. i was assuming so from the way he was talking, he wanted a reaction." ( darya ) that was jennifer dowling reporting. christian is being held on charges of aggravated murder, attempted murder and related counts. (darya) a warning if you ate at chipotle in the last month... the restaurant says their payment system was hacked, and your information may have been stolen. chipotle discovered the data
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breach last tuesday. however they say they are now looking at card payments at all of their restaurants between march 24th and april 18th. people who paid with a credit or debit card during that time will be notified if their account is at risk of being compromised. this is the latest problem for chipotle after they are still trying to recover from an e-coli outbreak in 20-15. the breach happened all across the united states, including here in the bay area. in san jose 13 restaurants are affected... across the bay in oakland... three are affected. in san francisco... 12 restaurants are affected... for the complete list of all the affected restaurants log onto kron four dot com. ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... two new movies hit theaters for the holiday weekend. after the break... find out if either of them could took the top spot at the box office. and here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge... two movies debuted
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in the box office this weekend. one of them made it to the top spot while the other did not so as well. david daniel has the top movies this memorial day weekend. the teen drama "everything, everything" made six-point-two million dollars to stay in the top five. after one weekend on top, "alien covenant" fell to fourth place on ticket sales of 10-and- a-half million. (nat-music) "welcome to baywatch!" "baywatch," the big-screen take on the iconic t-v series, opened in third place with 18-point-one million dollars -- less than half of what analysts expected. "don't call me a raccoon!" 19-point-nine million dollars gave "guardians of the galaxy volume two" second place and a domestic total of 338-million. "you will soon pay for what you did to me." (laughter) "there's no need to bother, really." "pirates of the caribbean:
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dead men tell no tales" opened on top with 62-point-two million dollars -- less than expected, though it made up for it with a huge international debut. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( darya ) an 89-year-old world war two veteran in michigan achieved one of his dreams this memorial day weekend by earning his high school diploma. milton mockerman changed his birth certificate in 19-44 so he could be in the navy and fight in world war two. after he joined the navy...he missed his high school graduation. he still felt like something was missing even though he started a career in the railroad business after serving in the war. that's when he contacted his old high school again and decided to finally get that diploma. (darya) coming up on the next hour of the kron four morning news... following breaking news ... tiger woods is under arrest. we'll tell you why. and an
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inspection is getting underway this morning after a boy is ejected from a water slide at a brand new water park. kron four's lydia pantazes is live from dublin. plus... we're tracking your memorial day weather. anny hong will have your holiday forecast. did you know 90% of couples disagree on mattress firmness? fortunately there's a bed where you both get what you want every night. enter sleep number and the semi-annual sale going on now. sleepiq technology tells you how well you slept and what adjustments you can make. she likes the bed soft.
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darya folsom.. lets get a check of weather... anny hong is here with your memorial day forecast. (anny hong): dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast today and tomorrow. cooler conditions along with a slight chance of showers can be expected on wednesday. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the bridge wb 80 is spots. bay no major hot wednesday. be expected on wednesday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. (darya) breaking news just in to kron four... tiger woods has been arrested for d- u-i. it happened in jupiter, florida early this morning. reports say
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he was taken into custody at 3:00 this morning, and released several hours later. we will continue to monitor this story and bring you more information as it becomes available. (darya) breaking news we are following this morning... a deadly officer involved shooting in vacaville. police say one man is dead and one officer has been taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. this happened at orange drive just north of nut tree road just after12:30 this morning. police say they were responding to a report of a
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stolen car. when police tried to stop the car... the driver took off. eventually police were able to stop the car. the driver got out of the car and then there were reports of shots fired. the suspect died at the scene. right now it is not clear who fired the first shots. no other been released this morning. (darya) a popular water slide at a brand new east bay water park will be closed for a third day today after a boy was ejected from it. and today the manufacturer of the slide will try and figure out what went wrong. kron 4's lydia pantazes is live in dublin this morning with the latest. lydia. ( lydia )it happened here at the wave water park in dublin. (take vo) in the video, you can see the ten-year-old fall out of the emerald plunge water slide and onto the cement.the incident happened on opening day around noon when the boy launched down the
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three-story slide.when the boy was in the run-out area, which comes after the initial steep plunge portion of the slide, he fell out.the boy walked away with scratches and just minor injuries. this has prompted a mixed reaction from park goers.
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investigating a deadly officer involved shooting in san jose. it happened just after midnight yesterday. police were called about a disturbance at "donner lofts" on east saint john street. police confronted the two people causing the disturbance. one person was immediately arrested, the other was armed with an ax and started threatening the officers. police say using a taser had no effect on the person, who they later found out had a history of mental illness.
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(darya) the parents of a 16-year-old girl are outraged this morning after their daughter was filmed using the bathroom at school. it happened at san ramon valley high school in danville. kron four's ella sogomonian has the story. these danville parents are asking the san ramon valley unified school district to remove a girl accused of cyber bullying their daughter.they say their 16-year-old was filmed inside a san ramon valley high school's bathroom stall after cross country practice by another athelete who was suspended for three days but is now back on campus. sot: denise lynch, victim's mom//"i'm deeply disappointed in the school system we have a clear victim and a perpetrator."they say it happened last novemeber but their daughter hadn't known of the video posted on social media until april when their home was vandalized - that led her to question and find the perpetrator.the parents say the video was found on the student's phone and she was
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suspended for three days.but having her remain at that school causes anxiety for their teen.her father feels if this case didn't involve another girl or a public space it would be handeld more strictly.sot: sean lynch, victim's dad//"if this act, this crime, had been committed by a janitor would he or she still be on campus? not on your life!"the school district responded to kron 4 listing five categories for mandatory expulsion under the california education code - of which this incident doesn't fit.sot: sean lynch, victim's dad//"that's ridiculous. piracy doesn't fall under the guidelines of their education code. all kinds of crimes don't. you don't let the rules get in the way of doing the right thing." the school district couldn't say more on the case because the two involved are minors. but add they have a policy that prohibits bullying of any student or employee and they take these matters seriously. but the lynch's don't feel enough is being done to show other students there are consequences to such actions.
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(darya) happening today... memorial day ceremonies are happening all across the bay area. and one of the biggest is in san francisco. kron 4's will tran is live with a preview this morning. will. ( will ) sponsored by the presidio trust. starts with a 10:30 a.m. grand march to the national cemetery with veterans. program is from 11 a.m. until noon, followed by a 21-gun salute. speakers include ret. gen. karl eikenberry, former u.s. ambassador to afghanistan and dana gioia, poet laureate of california. note: between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m., a group of san francisco boy scouts will place flags on the graves of u.s. soldiers buried at the
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presidio national (darya) thanks will.
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packed with flavor, one hero was on a mission to save snack time. watch babybel in the great snack rescue. you want a piece of me? good, i'm delicious. creamy, delicious, 100% natural cheese. mini babybel. snack a little bigger. (darya) a section of the
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southern california coast has been closed for the second time this weekafter at least four sharks were spotted close to shore. government officials in san clemente say the area south of the beach's pier is closed. closures were ordered in the same area about two weeks ago and last week after two dozen great whites were seen. last week a fisherman hooked a 12- foot shark from a pier and released it. just last month a woman was injured by a 10-foot great white shark at san onofre state beach, which is south of san clemente. (darya) we'll be back as the kron 4 morning news continues... and here's a live look outside... embarcadero. we're tracking your memorial day forecast.
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(darya) in the weather center with anny tracking the forecast... (anny) (anny hong): dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast today and tomorrow. cooler conditions along with a slight chance of showers can be expected on wednesday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. (darya) breaking news from
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overnight out of the north bay. police are investigating a shooting in the south park neighborhood of santa rosa. it happened last night just before 10 on the newhall bike path near martin luther king junior park. the two victims were on their way home when they were confronted by several people including the shooter. the victims are in serious, but stable condition. police believe this shooting is gang-related. a twenty-five hundred dollar reward is being offered to anyone with information that leads to the arrest of the attackers. 9darya0 a security guard is arrested after a deadly shooting outside a bar in san francisco's mission district. it happened at the "la
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oficina cocktail lounge" on mission street just after midnight yesterday. one of the security guards heard another guard outside calling for help. by the time he got outside the other guard had already fired his weapon. police later arrested the guard who shot the man outside. one of the bartenders says she recognizes the man who was killed, and that he was drinking at the bar earlier that night. right now police are trying to collect surveillance video from the cameras outside the bar. the shooting is being investigated as (darya) u-s and south korean military officials say north korea... fired another test-missile. u-s military officials say the test-missile flew for about six minutes before landing in the ocean. north korea has increased its test-firing of ballistic missiles over recent months... the nation says it is working to build nuclear- tipped missiles that can reach the u-s mainland. military official say that goal is years away... but each new test puts north korea closer to success. ( darya ) happening now... president trump is facing a few controversies. german chancellor angela merkel is questioning europe's
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alliance with the u-s. and jared kushner is now at the center of the russian probe. athena jones explains. tensions from the president''s first g7 summit following him home. trump's tepid support for nato, harsh words on trade and his lack of commitment to the paris climate agreement -- putting him at odds with e-u allies:german chancellor angela merkel questioning america's strong alliance with europe:"the times when we could completely rely on others are... over. europeans must really take our fate into our own hands."president trump rating the trip "a great success" and tweeting-a tease- he'll decide on the landmark paris agreement this week. trump again targeting journalists and leakers inside his own white house.accusing the "#fake news media" of "fabricating lies" about "leaks coming out of the white house" - the latest bombshell leaks concerning trump's most trusted adviser -- his son-in-law jared kushner. during a december meeting -
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kushner reportedly asking russian ambassador sergey kislyak for help setting up a back channel for secret communications concerning syria and other matters between russia and the trump team-- a back channel that would bypass u.s. surveillance. michael hayden / fmr. cia director: "this is off, off the map, michael. i know of no other experience like this in our history, certainly within my life experience." james clapper / former united states director of national intelligence: "my dashboard warning light was clearly on. and i think that was the case with all of us in the intelligence community. very concerned about the nature of these approaches to the russians."kislyak himself reportedly surprised by the request -- according to intercepted conversations between russian officials -- first published by the washington post.ousted national security adviser -- michael flynn -- also purportedly present.the meeting -- initially left off kushner's security clearance form... before being amended a day later. kushner cutting his
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foreign trip short amid the crisis -- a source telling cnn he did not want to be beside the president when the story broke -- contradicting white house accounts that his early departure was planned. democrats now calling for kushner to have his security clearance revoked:rep. adam schiff / (d) ranking member, intelligence committee: "if these allegations are true and he had discussions with the russians about establishing a back channel and didn't reveal that, that's a real problem. but i do think there ought to be a review of his security clearance." but president trump affirming support for kushner, telling the new york times:"jared is doing a great job for the country. i have total confidence in him."and homeland security secretary john kelly playing defense on the sunday talk shows:john kelly / dhs secretary:"i don't see any big issue here... any line of communication to a country, particularly a country like russia is a good thing."officials telling cnn the white house is considering creating a war room to manage fallout.kushner's wife, ivanka, spotted with president trump's private attorney marc kasowitz at the white house sunday.
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( darya ) that was athena jones reporting. jared kushner says he is willing to testify in front of congress. president trump is expected to meet with his senior advisers later today. (darya) coming up on the kron four morning news... a driver rams into cars at a gas station at random. we'll show you the video as it was all caught on camera. (vo) this memorial day at enterprise car sales... experience great customer service and get more for your trade, may twenty-fourth through thirtieth and let enterprise car sales flip your thinking about buying your next vehicle.
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the energy conscious whopeople among usle? say small actions can add up to something... humongous.
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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. (darya) a woman in sacramento goes on a car ramming rampage, mowing down random cars at a gas station. and it's all caught on camera. karma dickerson shows us what happened and spoke to some of the victims. investigators are finally taking a look at the video that many have been glued to for the last 24 hours... thatús according to a clerk at the arco am/pm who says sacramento police picked up the video this morningno matter how many times you see it... itús still jaw dropping to watch a driver plow into
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car after car sending drivers fleeing and people scattering mia sawyer/victim: "all i can remember is running for my life."now fox40 has learned this champagne colored suv is off the streets...but still no answer as to...darian murphy/victim: "what makes a person just decide to do that?" last saturday may 20, a woman driving a champagne colored land rover mowed down three cars leaving seven victims in her wake.darian murphy/victim: "me and my friend was just about to get out of the car. (crying). i'm sorry."it was about one-thirty in the morning when darian murphy and her friend pulled into the arco on northgate and san juan in south natomas, when the suv rams into the side of their white sedan.darian murphy/victim: "i thought she was trying to kill us."the suspect suv seems to be moving on, but then backs into a red sedan. that car belonged to store clerk dinesh tandel who watched in disbelief from inside the store as the suv
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took off chasing murphyús car danesh tandel/victim: "she turns around and she hit the white car. i think she tried to kill the white car." meanwhile...near the pumps four women in a black suv watch all of this unfold not knowing what to thinkmia sawyer/victim: "the first thing my friend said oh, oh. looks like someone got caught cheating. right?"but passenger mia sawyer was soon jumping out of the way as the suspectús suv sideswiped their black suv as it chased the white car and smashed into murphy againdarian murphy/victim: "the second time she hit me, her eyes it was like crazy eyes." murphy escapes and for an instant it looks like the rampage is over... but then the suspect comes back for one more shot at the black suv... an elderly passenger moved as quickly as she could on her cane.billie harris/victim: "i was running from side to side. when she go around that side i'd hide on this side. when she come this way, i'd get on this side."mac aguliar/victim's father: "i want to see some kind of justice. she's driving around." (anny) tracking your morning forecast. details coming up.
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(darya) lets start the half hour with a check of weather... anny hong is here with your memorial day forecast. (anny hong): dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast today and tomorrow. cooler conditions along with a slight chance of showers can be expected on wednesday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. golden gate bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. ( darya ) happening today... people all over the country are honoring fallen soldiers on this memorial day... and president trump paid his respects earlier this morning.
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karin caifa reports from arlington virginia some remembrances were silent, others made their presence known. president donald trump also paying his respects on memorial day laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier and giving thanks for their sacrifice. president donald trump: we honor the brave warriors who gave their lives for ours, spending their last moments on this earth in defense of this country and of its people. words cannot measure the depth of their devotion. in and around the nation's capital, reminders of sacrifices made by our service men and women -- highlighted, on this memorial day. on a recent rainy day at arlington national cemetery -- crowds gathered at the tomb of the unknown solider to witness the memorial ritual carried out, every day of the year. sgt. craig hudson / u.s. army: no matter what, we're going to be out here. just like this right now in the rain. through the rain, snow and heat. and we're going to do everything to prove that these soldiers mean everything to the united
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states. the sentiment and the ceremony taking additional weight this weekend at arlington, where volunteers have carefully placed american flags at the markers of service men and women -- the almost 70-year tradition known as "flags in." and in a nod to memorial day's origins as "decoration day" -- a more recent effort -- volunteers brought together by the memorial day flowers foundation --- placing thousands of roses on arlington graves ahead of today's ceremonies, a project started in 20-11. ramiro penaherrera / memorial day flowers foundation founder: they'll take the rose, and they place the rose -- right there -- in front of the headstone, and recite the name of the person, quietly, and then thank the person for their service. in arlington, virginia, i'm karin caifa. (darya) two more people have been arrested in connection with the suicide bombing in manchester that killed 22 people at an ariana grande concert. the suspects are a 19-year-old and a 25-year-old, who were
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detained during police raids sunday. investigators are concerned that some of the people who helped the suicide bomber could still be at large. police are currently holding 14-people in custody. two other people who were detained earlier were released without being charged. (darya) thousands of people in manchester put on their running shoes for "the great manchester run" on sunday. it was the biggest event since last week's terror attack. 35-thousand people packed the city center... heavily watched by security. everyone taking a stand for the 22 people murdered just days ago, including several children. many runners wore yellow ribbons in a show of solidarity for the victims. others had the names of the victims shirts. (darya) not far from the run...
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people stood in a long line, waiting to leave flowers and messages at the city's growing memorial. this is just one of the memorials around the city. ( darya ) happening now in sri lanka... at least 169 people are dead and hundreds are missing after severe rain has hit the area it has caused flooding and mudslides in the most populated neighborhoods over the past four days. today...more rain is expected. rescuers are working to evacuate more people in the areas that are expected to be impacted. thousands of people have taken shelter in over three hundred relief camps. india is helping sri lanka in their time of need. it has sent two ships full of supplies to people in remote areas. ( darya ) kron four's stanley roberts tags along on a traffic crackdown in the south bay. that is in this morning's edition of people behaving badly. when santa clara has a traffic crackdown it's all hands on deck .. traffic officers from all around santa clara county converged on the city of santa clara looking for drivers behaving badly they focused
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on. speeders nats speed gun around school zones like this uber driver caught driving 42 miles per hour in a 25 mile per hour school zone good morning i see your carrying a passenger this morning huh yes sir 42 in a 25 i didn't see it they also focused on a senior citizen zone in winchester blvd for speeders and crosswalk safety good morning i stopped you for your speed do you have any idea just how fast you were going i have you at 46 today i have you locked in at 45 the looked at carpool violators on san tomas i'm seargent shearer santa clara police department notice you don't have another passenger in the vehicle .. and they looked at pedestrian safety on steven creek blvd wher they have had an uptick in pedestrian vs vehicle crashes if you were driving on stevens creek and you failed to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk chances are you would get pulled over and talked to .. a lot of drivers had chats this driver failed to yield but there was a problem you know why i stopped you today .apparently, the driver only spoke mandreian so ther ewas a language barrer .
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so her husband appeared . he also only spoke mandarin you want me to talk to your google translate yea i'll do that in a second actually, it wasn't google translate it was a translator on the phone this is your daughter (my friend) your friend speaks english ok hi this is deputy torres with the sheriffic office can you hear me ok so after all of that the deputy is ready to issue the ticket so do you have an understanding why you were stopped . ut oh we need the translator again this driver in the delivery truck also failed to yield to the pedestrian in the crosswalk who by the way happed to be a santa clara police officer good afternoon sargent saunders of the santa clara police department were doing a county taskforce do you know why im pulling you over . there is sooooo much video i have to show you but we have to pace ourselves which means ill have more in an upcoming edition of people behaving badly in santa clara stanley roberts kron 4 news
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(darya) still ahead on the kron four morning news... a warning if you eat at chipotle... your personal information could be at risk. we have the details you need to know.
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[ minion gibberish ] [ ominous music playing ] ah! ah! ah! [ children laughing ] wooo! yea! have a despicably delicious breakfast with these special edition jars of nutella. government officials may
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be expanding the laptop ban on airplanes. homeland security secretary john kelly said he is considering banning laptops from the passenger cabins on all international flights. the decision would dramatically expand a ban announced in march. right now-- electronic devices larger than a cell phone are banned from cabins on some u-s
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bound flights on seven foreign airlines. those include dubai, united arab emirates, and saudi arabia. (darya) a warning if you ate at chipotle in the last month... the restaurant says their payment system was hacked, and your information may have been stolen. chipotle discovered the data breach last tuesday. however they say they are now looking at card payments at all of their restaurants between march 24th and april 18th. people who paid with a credit or debit card during that time will be notified if their account is at risk of being compromised. this is the latest problem for chipotle after they are still trying to recover from an e-coli outbreak in 20-15. the breach happened all across the united states, including here in the bay area. in san jose 13 restaurants are affected... across the bay in oakland... three are affected. in san francisco... 12 restaurants are affected... for the complete list of all the affected restaurants log onto kron four dot com. (anny) tracking your morning forecast...
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on september 9, 2010,
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pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center. we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e the safest energy company in the nation.
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especially when it comes to snacking.g new. that's why we're introducing cheese dippers. the creamy cheese and crunchy breadsticks that go wherever you do. cheese dippers by the laughing cow. reinvent snacking. (darya) welcome back...
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anny hong is here with your memorial day forecast. (anny hong): dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast today and tomorrow. cooler conditions along with a slight chance of showers can be expected on wednesday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. ( darya ) today would have been the 100th birthday of president john f kennedy. dana bash takes a look at how his legacy is seen by future generations
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of his own family. nat sound"the energy, the faith, the devotion."it's one of president john f. kennedy's most enduring legacies - his call for americans to serve. nat sound"ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country."....it inspired millions to join the peace corps, enlist, and run for office.... ...including his own children and grandchildren his daughter caroline, home after serving as president obama's ambassador to japan, hasn't ruled out following in her father's footsteps to the senate and maybe even the white housecaroline kennedy/john f. kennedy's daughter"the fact that people would come up to me every day and say 'you know, i got involved in my community because of your father's inaugural speech.' they were so inspired by president kennedy's vision of service, and of american leadership, that i think that really kept him alive."j-f-k's great nephew, joseph kennedy the third -- is already serving in congress - where he's taken up health care, the signature cause of his great uncle, senator ted kennedy.rep. joe kennedy iii/(d) massachusetts "i was struck last night by a comment that i heard made by
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speaker ryan where he called this repeal bill quote "an act of mercy." with all due respect to our speaker, he and i must have read different scripture. the one that i read calls on us to feed the hungry, to clothe the naked, to shelter the homeless and to comfort the sick." and on the campaign trail now - is chris kennedy - john f. kennedy's brother, bobby's son. he launched his campaign for illinois governor in february by invoking his family's legacy.chris kennedy/john f. kennedy's nephew: "they embraced the notion that we're all in this together. that our country is the land of opportunity. that's the country i want for my kids." and who knows? even younger kennedys may be eyeing public office too.j-f-k's granddaughter, rose, who bears a striking resemblance to her grandmother jackie -- appeared in a video this week commemorating the 100th anniversary of jfk's birth. rose kennedy schlossberg/john f. kennedy's granddaughter"i'm inspired by my grandfather's sense of equality. his courage in naming the injustices in american society."nat sound"it ought to be possible, in short, for every american to enjoy the privileges of being american without regard to his race or his color."rose
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kennedy schlossberg/john f. kennedy's granddaughter"but we are still faced with tremendous inequality and injustice."and all eyes are on jack kennedy's grandson, also named jack -- who is studying the former president's legacy carefully.jack kennedy schlossberg/john f. kennedy's grandson"my favorite speech of his is his speech that he gave at rice university, explaining to america why we should go to the moon." nat sound"we choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard." jack kennedy schlossberg/john f. kennedy's grandson"and in that speech, he said that 'great challenges are actually great opportunities.' i think itús important to remember that those are opportunities and that we can rise to the occasion if we choose good leadership."so will he run? jack kennedy schlossberg: "i'm inspired by my family's legacy of public service. itús something that is-- i'm very proud of. but i'm still trying to make my own way, figure things out, and so stay tuned." dana bash, c-n-n washington. (darya) we'll be back as the
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kron 4 morning news continues... and here's a live look outside... embarcadero. tracking your memorial day forecast.
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in entertainment news... the fifth "pirates of the caribbean" movie tops the box office, while "baywatch" flopped this weekend. "pirates of the caribbean: dead men tell no tales" took in over 62-million dollars. "guardians of the galaxy volume two" came in second, earning just under 20-million- dollars. the r-rated "baywatch," starring dwayne "the rock" johnson and zac efron came in third. it made about 18-million dollars. (darya) the warriors don't play the cavaliers in the n-b-a finals until thursday. with all the time off, steph curry and his wife ayesha are keeping busy in the bay area. check out ayesha taking the stage at bottlerock this past weekend in napa:
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"i got recipes. got a lot of recipes. got a lot of people trying to diss me on my ecstacies. they try to take seeds from a pebble. trying to make bread intended. got a book in real life and i wrote it my way. one hundred recipes will be open today. i got spoons in the pot trying to stir up my stew. a bowl of berries and cake we make a fondue.i got 200 mitts so i never get burned. watch out chefs now it's my turn. i got food groups that i got to act like i like, but the garlic butter is nice, nice." (people cheering)> rapper e-40 had ayesha rap while she was cooking on stage. of course, steph was by her side to support her during the verse. (darya) and this week the
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warriors are getting ready for the n-b-a finals against the cleveland cavaliers. this is video of some of the finals signage being placed all over oracle arena. game one is thursday at oracle, and game two is on sunday. then the series moves to cleveland for games 3 and 4...beginning on wednesday next week. seven day (darya)that's it for us this morning... our next newscast is at 5 o clock tonight. don't forget, you can stay connected on our mobile app, kron four dot com and on our facebook and twitter feeds. (man vo) dad forgot how to brush his teeth.
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