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(james) good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm james fletcher. (james)lets get a check of weather this morning... (rebecca)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild temperatures in the 50s and
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patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally dense at times this morning, with patchy drizzle possible along the immediate coast. our 4-zone camera network shows dense fog in san francisco this morning. as for the forecast, seasonably cool conditions are expected today with partly cloudy skies at the coast and bay. it will be mostly sunny inland where highs this afternoon will reach the upper 70s to near 80. looking ahead, slight warming is expected for friday
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and saturday with low 80s forecast for the interior valleys. minor cooling on sunday, but temps bounce back quickly on monday.
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taking a look at current conditions on the san mateo bridge. updating the bay bridge backup checking the ride in both directions on the golden gate bridge. ( james ) breaking overnight... one person is dead after a shooting in antioch. here is video of
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the scene. it happened just before 6 on the 2100 block of lemontree way. responding officers found a shooting victim fleeing form the scene in a car that crashed with several other occupied cars. police made contact with the victim was a short distance away on "l" street near the highway 4 overpass. they were then taken to the hospital where he would die from his injuries. during the investigation, a gunman was identified and found at a residence in the 2100 block of lemontree way. after a short stand-off the gunman exited and was peacefully taken into custody. the investigation is on-going. ( james ) also breaking news this morning... a man who was wanted by vallejo police is found overnight and shot and injured by police. and a vallejo officer was also injured in the shooting. it started on may 25th when police say 20 year old kevin decarlo was being pursued by officers for driving recklessly in vallejo.
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officers then ended that pursit but got a warrant for decarlo's arrest. then, 2 days later officers found dcarlo in vallejo. he fled from officers on foot after officers say he crashed his car into a patrol car. then last night, officers found decarlo in martinez on the 4000 block of ellis road. they say he tried to escape them again by ramming a car into an officers car. this time police opened fire hitting decarlo multiple times. he is in the hospital with serious injuries. a vallejo officer had minor injuries related to the shooting. he was treated and released from the hospital. kron 4's lydia pantazas is heading to the scene and will have a live report at 5 a.m. ( james ) a horric crash rocks an east bay community. and now, loved ones are gathering to remember the victims. a candlelight vigil was held in alameda where the two teens lost their lives. kron4's alecia reid spoke with family and friends who knew the high school seniors best. emotions were on high tonight as friends and tonight as on
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high emotions were emotions were on high tonight as friends and family came together to pray for their loved ones.a photo of briana ortega sits on the corner where she passed away. loved ones struggling to cope with their loss, as they remember the generous, loving person she was. the deadly crash happened so fast.most people have never seen anything like that unless it was in a movie simon soleto loved fishing, his family, and sports he'd just celebrated his 17th birthday last month. now his family is planning his funeral. 2 years after his brother's who also died in a car crash.it's like how do you pick up the pieces because it's literally 2 years apart. it's not fair. he was only 17. he had so much to live forit's not fair. we were just talking about our summer trip to disneyland and now that will never happenthe mayor tells me they plan on making this a memorial site so families can continue to visit in the future.reporting live from alameda. ( james ) the city of oakland and
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jasmine abuslin have agreed to a nearly one- million dollar settlement. abuslin formerly known as celeste guap was the central figure in the bay area wide police sex scandal. yesterday with her attorney john burris, abuslin held a press conference announcing a settlement of 989-thousand- dollars in the civil claim against the city of oakland. abuslin told kron4's haaziq madyun, who broke this story last year that she worked as a call girl and had sex with dozens of police officers. some of those encounters happeneing when she was a minor. abuslin will now move forward with civil claims agaisnt richmond, san francisco, livermore, contra costa county and alameda county. prosecutors have charged six current and retired officers for their alleged involvement with abuslin. ( james @ landing ) happening today president trump says he will announce a
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decision on whether the u-s will stay in or pull out of the landmark paris climate agreement. many now fear if the u-s pulls out of the climate agreement others will do the same. kron 4's grant lodes has the details. natsthe president is expected to withdraw from the landmark paris climate agreement... sources tell cnn... as trump teases a formal announcement coming soon - president donald trump:"i'm hearing from a lot of people. both ways."the monumental move would fulfill one of his core campaign promises -president donald trump:"we're going to cancel the paris climate agreement and stop all payments of u.s. tax dollars to u.n. global warming programs."but it would also isolate america from nearly every other nation on the globe - after 195-nations pledged in 2015 to take action to curb global warming. every nation signed on but two: war-torn syria and nicaragua,
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which insists the deal isn't tough enough.the precise mechanism for withdrawal - and how far the u-s will go - are still being determined...and white house officials cautioned the plan could change before trump makes his announcement publicly.the expected decision drew swift backlash democrats.house minority leader nancy pelosi slammed the move - saying - trump's pull the united the paris is a stunning abdication of leadership and a grave threat future."republicans welcomed the news....sen. mike lee/(r) utah:"i'd hate to see us harm our own economy by agreeing to something that other people who we're agreeing with aren't going to follow."trump's decision also exposes a growing rift inside the nationalist and globalist views inside the west wing. chief strategist steve bannon and environmental protection agency administrator scott pruitt have lobbied for leaving the climate agreement... arguing that it creates burdensome regulations
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and harms job creation.natsbut ivanka trump, energy secretary rick perry and secretary of state rex tillerson - who trump met with today - have pressed the president to remain in the accord... warning that withdrawing could damage america's credibility and international negotiating power. ( james ) tesla c-e-o elon musk has said he will have no other choice but to leave the presdient's advisory council if the presdient pulles the u-s from the climate deal. we'll stream the presdient's announcement from the rose garden today at noon on kron4.com. ( james ) also happening today... the warriors cavs will tip off for game 1 of the n-b-a finals. mike brown and steve kerr both were at the tradfitional "media day practice" at oracle arena. this is the 3rd consecutive year that the dubs and cavs will meet for in the n-b-a finals. and the 1st time the same two teams have met in the finals for 3 straight seasons in n-b-a history. the warriors enter the finals undefeated in the postseason at 12 and oh. (james) coming up.. with the president set to
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announce if the u-s will pull out of the pairs climate change deal later today, local leaders are voicing their opinions. the reason they say climate change reform may come down ot the local level. and... cavaliers star lebron james speaks out after his home is vandalized on the eve of the n-b-a finals. hear what he had to say about his place in american society. (rebecca) and a look at your forecast after the break.
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welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. (rebecca)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild
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temperatures in the 50s and patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally dense at times this morning, with patchy drizzle possible along the immediate coast. our 4-zone camera network shows dense fog in san francisco this morning. as for the forecast, seasonably cool
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conditions are expected today with partly cloudy skies at the coast and bay. it will be mostly sunny inland where highs this afternoon will reach the upper 70s to near 80. looking ahead, slight warming is expected for friday and saturday with low 80s forecast for the interior valleys. minor cooling on sunday, but temps bounce back
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quickly on monday. no major hot spots.richmond no major hot spots.richmond bridge drive less than 20 min
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from the toll to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) as we wait for president trumps announcement today on whether he'll pull the u-s out of the paris climate agreement... local bay area leaders are reacting. some officials, including oakland mayor libby schaaf, were in paris when the agreement was signed in 2015. kron4's charles clifford is tracking reaction. sot sotspeaking at an event in oakland to announce a new effort to find ways to deal with sot sot
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speaking at an event in oakland to announce a new effort to find ways to deal with climate change in the bay area, oakland mayor libby schaaf and several other bay area elected officials expressed their dismay at news that president trump may withdraw the u.s. from the the paris climate agreement.sotsot sotand if the president does decide to back out of the paris agreement, schaff and the others hope that the bay area and california will lead the way on confronting climate change. sotsotsot
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world needs local action more than ever.> ( james ) two california communities are dealing with sexual predators moving into their neighborhoods. both in the sacramento area. and today a violent predator will move into a yuba county home. and in roseville a sex-offender is being allowed back into a neighborhood after violating his parole. doug johnson looks into what if anything people can do if a sex predator is placed in their community. ty and nikki, legal experts tell us that when a sex offender is placed, those who live in the area are not totally powerless. but they admit - there's little they can do to prevent a sex offender from moving in.joel garcia"i bought my wife a gun already."joel garcia and his family's way of life is about to change.joel garcia"hobby
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airplanes we used to fly around here because no traffic, they used to play soccer out, they don't do that anymore. why because he's here, he's going to be here." the "he" garcia is talking about is 63-year-old eldridge chaney jr. - who is set to move in down the street tomorrow.joel garcia"how are they going to rehab him here? there's nothing around here." chaney is just one of áhundreds of sexually violent predators living in california... the department of corrections defines a "sexually violent predator" as a person convicted of a sexually violent offense against one or more victims.... and has been diagnosed with a mental disorder.a population few want to have living next to them. mark reichel, attorney at law "but on the other hand, you can't just have some leper colony where we put them all." defense attorney mark reichel says in 2006, 70% of voters supported jessica's law, which increased the penalties for sex offenders and limited where they could live.but in 2015, the state supreme court shot down the blanket restrictions.mark reichel, attorney at law"that's not narrowly tailored enough to each individual's needs and to what they did." but just as chaney is moving in... 60- year-old robert stephenson is moving out of his roseville neighborhood.after more than two years of living in this home on champagne circle... investigators say they found child porn on several of his devices.bonnie groe, vice
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mayor of roseville"i'm just glad he's no longer there." roseville's vice mayor bonnie groe happens to live in that neighborhood.and after her experience, she says she's been working with state lawmakers to give neighbors more power to say no to sex offenders moving in.bonnie groe, vice mayor of roseville "let's hope that we can make a change, because nobody should have the feeling of being unsafe in their own home because the state has allowed a sexual offender to live next door."however reichel warns neighbors should have more faith in the system.mark reichel, attorney at law"their re-offense to those in their own community where they're placed is probably very very low..."(but with)"we can't lock somebody up for life when the crime doesn't call for that." ( james ) that was doug johnson reporting. the state division of adult parole operations did not repspond to a request for details on how exactly the process of placing sex offedners works. ( james ) a big story we are following this morning... on the even of the n-b-a finals, four time leage m-v-p lebron james got a call saying the n-word had been
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spray painted on the gate to his home in brentwood... in southern california. police are investigating the incident as an act of vandalism and possible hate crime. james bought the home in 2015 as a second home. james has spoken out about the matter. saying he does not have the energy he normally does after hearing the news.
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no arrests have been made. the word has been painted over. ( james ) police have released dashcam video showing how golfer tiger woods was acting the moments before police arrested him for suspicion of d-u-i. take a look( james ) police in jupiter, florida said they found the legendary golfer asleep at the wheel monday at 3 a- m. with his mercedes-benz running. you can hear in the video woods' speech is slow and slurred. woods tells the officer he had taken medication. police took him into custody for suspicion of driving under the influence. he was cited for d-u-i
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and improper parking. woods later issued a statement saying he had an "unexpected reaction to prescribed medications". and he takes full responsibility for what happened. woods is scheduled to be arraigned in court on july fifth. (james) coming up... deliberations continue in the penalty phase of the sierra lamar trial. the latest on if the jury will sentence convicted murder antolin garcia-torres to death.robin? (robin)thx james.... and after the break. what movie is being banned in lebanon? i'll tell you next. 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.
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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. (robin) i'm tracking your
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entertainment headlines today... the weekend's big movie -- banned in beirut? david daniel has that and more in the hollywood minute. (nat) "they do not deserve you."not everyone is excited -- or able -- to see "wonder woman." the government of lebanon has banned the superhero movie. its star, gal gadot, served in the israeli army... lebanon and israel
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have been at odds since their 2006 war.(singing) "sometimes i cry..."chris stapleton fans are crying: the grammy-winning singer-songwriter has canceled eight concerts on his "all- american road show tour" over the next three weeks, as well as an appearance on the main stage at the c-m-a music festival in nashville. a statement on stapleton's website gives an apology, though no explanation, and notes they're working to reschedule the tour dates. (nat-warning sounds)two big stars -- one even bigger mountain! idris elba and kate winslet are strangers forced to depend on each other to survive after a plane crash in "the mountain between us." the first trailer just dropped... the movie lands in october. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (james) coming up... a traffic nightmare after a man climbs the center anchor of the bay bridge. the tense
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situation of trying to bring the man down. and.. a community is on edge after a father was found dead at a san francisco park. why the family says the neighborhood is no longer safe.
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( james ) we're coming up on 4-30... here are the big stories we're working on for you this morning... a candlelight vigil was held in alameda at the sight of a fatal crash where two teenagers lost their lives. 17-year-old briana ortega and 17-year-old simon sotelo were killed in a collision that left six others injured. the other 6 are in the hospital in critical condition. the city of oakland and jasmine abuslin have agreed to a nearly one- million dollar settlement. abuslin formerly known as celeste guap was the central figure in the bay area wide police sex scandal. abuslin will now move forward with civil claims agaisnt richmond, san francisco, livermore, contra
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costa county and alameda county. prosecutors have charged six current and retired officers for their alleged involvement with abuslin. happening today... the warriors cavs will tip off for game 1 of the n-b-a finals. this is the 3rd consecutive year that the dubs and cavs will meet for in the n-b-a finals. and the 1st time the same two teams have met in the finals for 3 straight seasons in n-b-a history. the warriors enter the finals undefeated in the postseason at 12 and oh. game one tips off tonight at 6:00 from oracle. (james) now lets get a check of weather and traffic. (rebecca)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild temperatures in the 50s and patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally dense at times this morning,
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with patchy drizzle possible along the immediate coast. our 4-zone camera network shows dense fog in san francisco this morning. as for the forecast, seasonably cool conditions are expected today with partly cloudy skies at the coast and bay. it will be mostly sunny inland where highs this afternoon will reach the upper 70s to near 80. looking ahead, slight warming is expected for friday and saturday with low 80s forecast for the interior valleys. minor cooling on sunday, but temps bounce back quickly on monday.
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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.
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( james ) happening today. the jury in the sierra lamar murder trial will continue to deliberate the fate of the man convicted of killing the 15-year-old girl. the future of antolin garcia -torres lies in their hands as they decide whether or not he should be executed for the crime. yesterday was the second day of deliberations in the penalty phase of the case . prosecutors painted a picture of a cold- blooded killer while the defense argued garcia -torres had a broken childhood. ( james ) some dramatic moments on the bay bridge as a man climbed up the center anchorage creating a huge traffic mess. this all
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went on for about three hours on the western span's upper deck. kron 4 reporter was on the scene when the man scaled the center anchorage. officials were able to talk him back down to safety. we have exclusive video of the man who the chp says was distraught.. san francisco police crisis negotiators were able to talk the man down by phone. the chp says this all started at around 10-am yesterday morning when the man's truck was found stopped. < one our bridge tow truck drivers just came on the scene and he was driving westbound just have to see a red pick up truck broken down in the far left lane when he pulled in behind the motorist just climbed out of this truck jumped over the railing and i climbed up to the center anchorage. he tried to make contact with him but the man up top didn't want anything to do with him>( james ) the unidentified man was taken into custody at around 1 p-m. he is to undergo a psychiatric
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evaluation. he could be charged with resisting arrest and obstructing traffic.
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sot meeting san francisco police wanted to calm the fears of the community now afraid their beloved park has become a place of constant crime.people say they find alcohol bottles, graffiti and hear people partying here late into the night.in response to the murder police have increased patrols. police also are not saying where alvarez was killed.but do think he was targeted.sot we are looking into all possibilities we don't believe it was random we are looking at all facets of a homicide investigationbut alvarez's devastated family does not know who would hurt him.and wants the killer caught.sot if he is out there walking the streets of sf they nobody is safe because anybody could be is target next (cover)sot this could happen to anybody to any of your family members and we just want justicelive:the family wants to properly bury alvarez.. and have set up a go fund me site to help... saying
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he was taken away from them way to soon.live in san francisco justine waldman kron 4 news... (james) still ahead... an east bay restaurant has been shut down aimed health conerns. what was found inside that deemed the business unsafe
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( james ) there are now several online medical tech companies offering to send you home screening kits. designed to detect whether you are at risk for different types of cancer. a menlo park women says one of these kits saved her and warned her daughters of their higher risk. kron 4's gabe slate has the details. ((pkg))kim and meg are sisters living menlo park who have both benefited from the color test. a $250 home screening kit that analyzes 30 genes to help women and men understand their risk for the most common hereditary cancers, including breast, ovarian, colon, and pancreatic. meg garlinghouse /color test user: meg says the color test kept her from getting a double mastectomy her sister kim
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had one after she was diagnosed with breast cancer which she learned through genetic testing was caused by a chek2 mutation. meg garlinghouse /color test user: meg did the color test which you order online a kit comes to you in the mail.. you give a saliva sample and send it back after meg did that the results were in and she did not have that same chek2 mutation her sister had meaning she could pursue less invasive treatment options and avoid the mastectomy kim who has four daughters is thankful there is now affordable testing for the chek2 mutation that runs in her genes. kim garlinghouse-jones /color test user:
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and make better choices about health care, early detection in the name of the game, our dna is a roadmap to our health and can help avoid disease">in menlo park gabe slate kron 4 news. and here's a live look outside...san mateo ♪
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the kron 4 morning news. here is a look at the major headlines before you head out the door this morning.... a candlelight vigil was held in alameda at the sight of a fatal crash where two teenagers lost their lives. 17-year-old briana ortega and 17-year-old simon sotelo were killed in a collision that left six others injured. the other 6 are in the hospital in critical condition. dramatic moments on the bay bridge as a man climbed up the center anchorage. this all went on for about three hours on the western span's upper deck. officials were able to talk him back down to
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safety. the chp says the man distraught. san francisco police crisis negotiators were able to talk the man down by phone. happening today... the warriors cavs will tip off for game 1 of the n-b-a finals. this is the 3rd consecutive year that the dubs and cavs will meet for in the n-b-a finals. and the 1st time the same two teams have met in the finals for 3 straight seasons in n-b-a history. the warriors enter the finals undefeated in the postseason at 12 and oh. game one tips off tonight at 6:00 from oracle. (james) here is a live look outside from our golden gate bridge camera.... (james) meteorologist anny hong has what you need to know before heading out the door this morning.
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(rebecca)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild temperatures in the 50s and patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally dense at times this morning, with patchy drizzle possible along the immediate coast. our 4-zone camera network shows dense fog in san francisco this morning. as for the forecast, seasonably cool conditions are expected today with partly cloudy skies at the coast and bay. it will be mostly sunny inland where highs this afternoon will reach the upper 70s to near 80. looking ahead, slight warming is expected for friday
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and saturday with low 80s forecast for the interior valleys. minor cooling on sunday, but temps bounce back quickly on monday. no major hot on monday.
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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 maze to sf.
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( james ) in san ramon... two children escaped a rollover crash unhurt. the two were strapped in their car seats when the crash happened at around 8-a-m yesterday morning. you can see in the photo here. the vehicle completely overturned. it happened on san ramon valley boulevard near bollinger canyon road. no word yet on what caused the crash. ...( james ) a restaurant in concord was shut down because of a rat infestation. lin's buffet on willow pass road is known for selling chinese food, sushi, and seafood including oysters and clams. the contra costa health department reports that this restaurant had 15 -code violations since march eigth. and 12 since last december. some of those violations include food not being maintained in proper temperatures. as well as employees not properly washing and cleaning hands or wearing gloves. no word yet on when this restaurant
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will reopen. ( james ) a deadly start to the muslim holy month of ramadan. a massive explosion in the heart of afghanistan's capital has killed at least 90 people and injured hundreds more. according to the state department eleven americans were hurt in the explosion. catherine heenan has the details. natit was just before eight=thirty in the morning, the streets were crowded with people heading to work.inside kabul's green zone, the most heavily secured part of the capital, the suicide bombers were stopped at a checkpoint. nat pop"i heard a very loud bang," this man says, "and then i don't remember what happened next. the waves of the explosion were so powerful."the blast destroyed a local television station é. this man suffered a head injury and went outside to document the carnage.nat pophe says, "we have come here to help, but there is no one else even not police."nat poptaxis
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with their windows blown out rushed the wounded to hospitals.doctors struggled to deal with four hundred injured victims.(map)bomb went off right across from the german embassy, where some officials were injured.,the french and turkish embassies also suffered damage.the eleven injured americans were working as private contractors for the u=s government.about 8=thousand american soldiers are in afghanistan now.the pentagon says more are neded, and president trump is considering the request.voice of sean spicer/white house press secretary: "our embassy will continue to work with our afghan and coalition partners to help bring the perpetrators of this attack to justice." and here's a live look outside...bay bridge
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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. (robin)
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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. ( james ) one of the grouchiest residents of sesame street is celebrating his birthday. june first is oscar the grouch's birthday. he turns 48-years-old. jim henson created oscar for the show in 19-69... and he became a popular character. oscar has always been grouchy-- his first words on sesame street were "don't bang on my can! go away"... but he has not always been green.
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oscar was purple when henson first created him... and orange in season one. his voice was created by puppeteer carroll spinney. the same man played another beloved muppet-- big bird. (james) coming up... breaking overnight.. one person is in serious condition and an officer is injured as well after a shooting. details on how vallejo police were led to martinez to find the suspect. and... one person is dead after a shooting in antioch. kron 4's averi harper has the details on the investigation. also.. game one of the nba finals is today. kron 4's will tran is what you can expect to see tonight. all hail... those who flail.
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everybody stumbles, but some of us do it well. there's a little klutz in all of us. that's why we made clorox splash-less bleach... splashless. shine on, klutzes. shine on. ( will ) the nba finals
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start in just hours. i will have a preview in a live report.
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( lydia ) breaking news from overnight... a police shooting in the east bay. i am live at the scene with the details. ( averi ) and a deadly shooting in antioch... i will have the new video just into the newsroom. ( darya ) good morning i'm darya folsom..( mark ) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (james)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild
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temperatures in the 50s and patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally dense at times this morning, with patchy drizzle possible along the immediate coast. our 4-zone camera shows dense fog in san francisco this morning. as for the forecast, cool conditions are expected today with partly cloudy skies at the coast and bay. it will be inland where highs this afternoon will reach the upper 70s to near 80. looking ahead, slight warming is expected for saturday with forecast for valleys. minor sunday, but temps bounce back quickly on monday. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( mark ) breaking news from overnight. vallejo police shoot a 20 year old man who they were trying to capture for the past seven days. ( darya ) an officer was also injured in the shooting. kron 4's lydia pantazes is live in martinez with the details. ( lydia )here's what happened police were trying to arrest a man that they have been looking for for several days. they surrounded a home in the area but when the suspect found out.... he tried to escape and rammed his vehicle into one of the officers vehicles.(take vo)this video of the scene. this all started in may 25th, when officers from the vallejo police department were involved in a pursuit with a driver who was driving recklessly that driver his 20- year-old kevin de carlo.then on may 27 officers located decarlo in vallejo but he took off in a car.police say during that incident he purposely
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crashed his car into a patrol car before running away.that leads us to last night when police got information that decarlo was inside a home on the 4000 block of ellis road... again he tried to take off and rammed his vehicle into an officers vehicle.that's when officers fired several shots. decarlo suffered serious injuries and is in the hospital.a vallejo police officer suffered minor injuries.he was treated and released at the hospital. (oncam)you can see behind me....giannini rd at pacheco blvd is closed off.reporting live in martinez, lydia pantazes kron4 news. ( darya ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( mark ) one person is dead after a shooting in antioch. and now the the suspected killer is under arrest after an overnight stand-off. ( darya ) kron 4's averi harper is live at the antioch police department with the details. averi. ( averi )police in antioch have a homicide investigation on their hands after a shooting and crash wednesday night. take a look at some video from the scene.police
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got the call at about 5:45 wednesday evening. they responded to reports of shots fired on the 2100 block of lemontree way. when they got there evidence led them to the victim who hit several cars trying to flee the scene of the shooting. they found the victim on l street near the highway 4 overpass. the victim in this case died from his injuries after being transported to a local hospital.the suspect in the shooting was found inside a home near the scene of the shooting. police say the suspected shooter initially refused to cooperate, barricading himself inside the home- causing a standoff.the unidentified man eventually exited the house and police took him into custody without incident.no word on if there could be anyone else involved in the incident. i'll be here throughout the morning gathering details. ( mark ) thanks averi. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) happening
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today... president trump is set to announce if the united states will withdraw from the paris climate agreement.( mark ) rebecca strom is here with more on the president's expected decision. ( rebecca ) the president is expected to announce his decision from the rose garden of the white house around noon. there are reports out this morning that the president will ditch the paris climate deal. nearly 200 nations signed the 20-15 paris climate accord. the landmark deal aims to curb the rise of global temperatures... requiring that countries submit to emissions assessments. trump promised on the campaign trail that he would pull out of the deal. but polls show that most americans support the agreement. the president's advisers and cabinet appear divided on the issue. chief strategist steve bannon and environmental protection agency administrator scott pruitt have lobbied for leaving the climate agreement. but ivanka trump, energy secretary rick perry and secretary of state rex tillerson have pressed the
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president to remain in the accord. here in the bay area elected officials are responding to news the president may pull the united states out of the climate accord. some officials, including oakland mayor libby schaaf, were in paris when the agreement was signed in 2015. ( rebecca ) if the president does decide to back out of the paris agreement... mayor schaff and the others say they hope that the bay area will lead the way on confronting climate change in the u-s. we will stream the president's announcement at noon on kron4.com. back to you. ( darya ) today is the start of the n-b-a finals. the warriors taking on the
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cleveland cavaliers for the third year in a row.( mark ) kron 4's will tran is live inside oracle arena this morning with a preview. will. ( will ) the warriors cavs will tip off for game 1 of the n-b-a finals. mike brown and steve kerr both were at the traditional "media day practice" at oracle arena. this is the 3rd consecutive year that the dubs and cavs will meet for in the n-b-a finals. and the 1st time the same two teams have met in the finals for 3 straight seasons in n-b-a history. the warriors enter the finals undefeated in the postseason at 12 and oh. here is steph curry speaking about the upcoming series.
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"what people want to say about my game, or lebron or kyrie or kd however you wanna match us up and compare and contrast and all that kind of stuff...at the end of the day, we're all trying to win championships and if we can accomplish that, that's good enough for me."( will ) game one tips off tonight at 6:00 from oracle. ( mark ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. the morning.through out with you check back we will thanks will.( mark ) ( mark ) thanks will.
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we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) and we have an entire section on our website to get you ready for game one tonight. you can see more practice video and here from the players as they get ready for game one. ( mark ) still ahead ... a home burglary in the east bay
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is caught on camera. we will show you who police are looking for this morning. and later... friends and family gather to honor two teenagers killed in an east bay car crash. how the teens are being remembered this morning.( mark ) and lebron james is the target of racist graffiti. after the break here what the n-b-a star is saying about race relations in america...( james ) and i will check your bay area forecast coming up( robin ) and i am tracking you commute after the break. . .
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back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast with james fletcher.
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(james)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild temperatures in the 50s and patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally dense at times this morning, with patchy drizzle possible along the immediate coast. our 4-zone camera network shows
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dense fog in san francisco this morning. as for the forecast, seasonably cool conditions are expected today with partly cloudy skies at the coast and bay. it will be mostly sunny inland where highs this afternoon will
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reach the upper 70s to near 80. looking ahead, slight warming is expected for friday and saturday with low 80s forecast for the interior valleys. minor 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. ( darya ) ( darya ) on the day
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before the n-b-a finals... lebron james forced to talk about race relations in this country after somebody spray painted a racial slur on his home in los angeles.( mark ) now the incident is being investigated as a hate crime. mary moloney has the details. lebron james/nba player: "my family is safe and you know that's what's, that's what's important." safe -- but shaken after vandals painted a racial slur on lebron james' front gate.mary kay wulf/neighbor: "i am appalled. and sickened by it."jody constand /neighbor: "to take somebody who is that extraordinary and to demean him in such a horrific way is just so sad." the cleveland cavalier is in the bay area for the nba finals.but before he could battle on the court -- police had to be called to his los angeles area house to investigate the crime.lebron james/ nba player: "racism will always be a part of the world, a part of america." james says his family is in ohio -- which is difficult. especially since he'd like to
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talk with his kids face- to-face about the crime.lebron james/ nba player: "no matter how much money you have, no matter how famous you are. no matter how many people admire you, being black in america is tough."the offensive word is now gone -- but james says he will use it as a teaching moment.that may transform an ugly message into something good.lebron james/ nba player: "i look at it as this, if this is to shed a light and continue to keep the conversation going on my behalf, then i'm okay with it." i'm mary moloney reporting. ( mark ) the city of berkeley is moving closer towards a ban on plastic straws. the city council unanimously approved a plan to study the effect a ban of plastic straws would have on the city in the long-run. the ban would prohibit the use of plastic straws in bars, restaurants and coffee shops city-wide.
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permament straws, steel straws, there are materials we don't even know about yet, cellulose, you know, there's a lot of food waste out there that could easily be creating straws.>( mark ) the plastic pollution coalition says more than 500- million plastic straws are used each day in the united states. ( darya ) police in the east bay are looking for a person caught on camera robbing a home in orinda. this happened on tuesday on el toyonal avenue. police are just releasing this home surveillance video. you can see the thief putting something in a bag -- he then heads back into the hallway -- and then heads for the front ( darya ) two communities near sacramento are dealing with two sexual predators moving into their neighborhoods . today...one of them is moving into yuba county. the other is being allowed back his neighborhood in roseville after violating his parole. the department of corrections says a "sexually violent predator" is as a person convicted of a sexually violent offense against one or more victims.... and has been diagnosed with a mental disorder. some neighbors are fearful that these
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predators are moving in so close to the communities:
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plus 8 mini pancakes, eggs and a hash brown for just $2.99. you crave it. we serve it. crave van! ( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( darya ) a five-year-old sacrament boy saved his family from drowning in a lake.( mark ) joshua serna is now being called a hero. it happened on monday at lake camache when an inner tube that joshua's mom and two other children were in started to go flat. his mom wasn't wearing a life jacket, so his dad got off a sea-doo and gave his lifejacket to her. after he did that...he started going under water. joshua was still on the sea-doo when his family started screaming for help. he was able to turn the sea-doo around and save them.
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okay. we were all okay and that he was my hero and i was very proud of him." rowena shaddox/reporting: "who do you think is the real hero in this?" joshua serna/son: "i saved my dad. i'm a hero.">( mark ) the family eventually got back to shore and they all credit joshua for saving them. ( lydia ) breaking news from overnight... a police shooting in the east bay. i am live at the scene with the details.( james ) your bay ( mark )( darya ) welcome
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back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (james)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild temperatures in the 50s and patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally dense at times this morning, with no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( mark ) we continue to follow breaking news from overnight. vallejo police shoot a 20 year old man who they were trying to capture for the past seven days. ( darya ) an officer was also injured in the shooting. kron 4's lydia pantazes is live in martinez. with the details. ( lydia )here's what happened police were trying to arrest a man that they have been looking for for
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several days.they surrounded a home in the area but when the suspect found out.... he tried to escape and rammed his vehicle into one of the officers vehicles.(take vo) this video of the scene.this all started in may 25th, when officers from the vallejo police department were involved in a pursuit with a driver who was driving recklessly that driver his 20- year-old kevin de carlo.then on may 27 officers located decarlo in vallejo but he took off in a car.police say during that incident he purposely crashed his car into a patrol car before running away.that leads us to last night when police got information that decarlo was inside a home on the 4000 block of ellis road... again he tried to take off and rammed his vehicle into an officers vehicle.that's when officers fired several shots. decarlo suffered serious injuries and is in the hospital.a vallejo police officer suffered minor injuries.he was treated and released at the hospital. (oncam)you can see behind me....giannini rd at pacheco
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blvd is closed off.reporting live in martinez, lydia pantazes kron4 news. .
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literally 2 years apart. it's not fair. he was only 17. he had so much to live forit's not fair.""i keep thinking he'll come through that door again and say baby i'm home, just a joke.">( rebecca ) five other people were in the truck at the time of the crash, they were also taken to the hospital. the family still doesn't know who was driving at the time, and the crash is being investigated. the mayor says the city plans on making a memorial at the crash site. back to you. ( mark ) this morning we are hearing from the woman who received nearly a million dollars from the city of oakland following a sex scandal. jasmine abuslin held a news conference yesterday with her attorney announcing a settlement of 989-thousand- dollars with the city of oakland. abuslin told kron4 that she worked as a call girl and had sex with dozens of police officers. she says some of those encounters happened when she was a minor. her attorney says the settlement sends a strong message to bay area law enforcement:
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( mark ) abuslin will now move forward with lawsuits against richmond, san francisco, livermore, contra costa county and alameda county. prosecutors have charged six current and retired officers for their alleged involvement with abuslin. ( mark ) the family of a man killed in a bernal heights park in san francisco are pleading for help finding his killer. ( darya ) and police are trying to re-assure the community that the park is safe. kron 4's justine waldman has the story. sot if anybody heard anything please come forward.. call the police (crying) the family of 33 year old giovanny alvarez begs for answers. the father of 4 was found stabbed to death on may 25th at bernal heights park. a memorial of
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flowers rests on the trail now.. the brutal nature of the crime has stunned people who come here. so i talked to one woman who was upset i think we are all sort of dazed nat sot meeting san francisco police wanted to calm the fears of the community now afraid their beloved park has become a place of constant crime. people say they find alcohol bottles, graffiti and hear people partying here late into the night. in response to the murder police have increased patrols. police also are not saying where alvarez was killed. but do think he was targeted. sot we are looking into all possibilities we don't believe it was random we are looking at all facets of a homicide investigation but alvarez's devastated family does not know who would hurt him. and wants the killer caught. sot if he is out there walking the streets of sf they nobody is safe because anybody could be is target next (cover)sot this could
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happen to anybody to any of your family members and we just want justicelive: the family wants to properly bury alvarez.. and have set up a go fund me site to help. .. saying he was taken away from them way to soon.live in san francisco justine waldman kron 4 news. ( darya ) happening tonight... the san francisco police department will host a town hall to talk about the officer involved shooting that happened last month. the incident started as a home invasion on quesada avenue on may 21st. this is video from the scene. when police arrived one person started shooting at them. that is when police returned fire. nobody was injured. tonight's town hall meeting will take place at 6:00 tonight at the bayview opera house. ( darya ) it is day three of jury deliberations in the penalty phase of the trial against the man convicted of killing sierra lamar. the jury is trying to decide whetehr antolin garcia-torres should receive the death penalty or life in prison. the defense team has argued that garcia-torres has a mental illness caused by
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exposure to pesticides when he was a child. ( mark ) san jose union construction workers are turning to voters to try and save local jobs. plumbers, pipe fitters and other tradesmen picketed outside a residential high rise project. they are upset that developers are being allowed to higher workers from out of town and are paying less than market rate wages. the city says it cannot force developers to hire local workers for these projects which are generating millions of dollars in property tax revenue.
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( darya ) now to bay area baseball... the giants trying to avoid being swept by the washington nationals.( mark ) let's get to the highlights. in the first inning... ryan zimmerman hits the three tun home run to give the nationals the lead. and that was all the nationals would need. the giants offense continues to struggle. they get only 5 hits. the nationals go on to win by a final of 3 to 1. the giants are off today before starting a three game series in philadelphia. ( darya ) things went much better for the a's in cleveland taking on the indians. in the 5th inning chad pinder with the 2-run home run. it is 2nd home run of the game. the a's win by a final of 3 to 1. game 4 of the series is later this morning. first pitch is set for 9:10. ( mark ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... several medical companies are offering a new way to detect cancer. hear from a woman who says it saved her life. (james) your bay area forecast is after the break.
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a shooting in antioch. it happened just before 6:00 last night. officers found the victim fleeing from the scene in a car that had crashed. police eventually caught up with the victim who died at the hospital. police have arrested a man they believe was the ( mark ) the warriors and cavs will tip off for game 1 of the n-b-a finals tonight. this is the 3rd consecutive year that the dubs and cavs will meet for in the n-b-a finals. and the 1st time the same two teams have met in the finals for 3 straight seasons in n-b-a history. the warriors enter the finals undefeated in the postseason at 12 and 0. ( mark )( darya )( robin ) checking bay area roads before you head out the door.. no major hot spots. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. plaza. bay bridge
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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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(james)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild temperatures in the 50s and patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally dense at times this morning, with patchy drizzle possible along the immediate coast. our 4-zone camera network shows dense fog in san francisco this morning. as for the forecast, seasonably cool conditions are expected today with partly cloudy skies at the coast and bay. it will be mostly sunny inland where highs this afternoon will
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reach the upper 70s to near 80. looking ahead, slight warming is expected for friday and saturday with low 80s forecast for the interior valleys. minor cooling on sunday, but temps bounce back quickly on monday.
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( darya ) police have released dashcam video showing how tiger woods was acting the moments before police arrested him for suspicion of d-u-i. take a look. police in jupiter, florida said they
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found the golfer asleep at the wheel early monday morning with his mercedes-benz running. you can hear in the video woods' speech is slow and slurred. woods tells the officer he had taken medication. police took him into custody for suspicion of driving under the influence. he was cited for d-u-i and improper parking. woods later issued a statement saying he had an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications. woods first court appearance is on july fifth. ...( mark ) a restaurant in concord was shut down because of a rat infestation. lin's buffet on willow pass road is known for selling chinese food, sushi, and seafood. the contra costa health department reports that this restaurant had 15 -code violations since march 8th... and 12 since last december. some of those violations include food not being maintained in proper temperatures as well as employees not properly washing and cleaning hands or wearing
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gloves. no word yet on when the restaurant will reopen. ( mark ) for your health... there are now several medical companies offering to send out home screening kits.. designed to detect whether you are at risk for different types of cancer.( darya ) our tech reporter gabe slate met with a menlo park woman who says one of these kits saved her life. ((pkg))kim and meg are sisters living menlo park who have both benefited from the color test. a $250 home screening kit that analyzes 30 genes to help women and men understand their risk for the most common hereditary cancers, including breast, ovarian, colon, and pancreatic. meg garlinghouse /color test user: meg says the color test kept her from getting a double mastectomy her sister kim had one after she was diagnosed with breast cancer which she learned through genetic testing was caused by a chek2 mutation. meg garlinghouse /color test user:
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chek2 mutation and maybe we can avoid it">meg did the color test which you order online a kit comes to you in the mail.. you give a saliva sample and send it back after meg did that the results were in and she did not have that same chek2 mutation her sister had meaning she could pursue less invasive treatment options and avoid the mastectomy kim who has four daughters is thankful there is now affordable testing for the chek2 mutation that runs in her genes. kim garlinghouse-jones /color test user: in menlo park gabe slate kron 4 news. ( mark ) coming up on the
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kron four morning news... a deadly shootout at a car dealership is all caught on camera. coming up at 6:00 we will show you th evideo and what led up to the shooting. and after the break... the worlds largest airplane is unveiled. we will show you just how big this plane is. (dog) mmm. this new
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( mark ) take a look ( mark ) ( mark ) take a look at
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this... the world's largest airplane has made its debut. it is being called the stratolaunch. it was revealed at the mojave air and space port in kern county. the plane has a 385-foot wingspan and stands fifty feet tall. it is designed to release rockets carrying satellites into space. the space center's goal is to launch the first demonstration by 2019. ( darya ) a mama duck has been reunited with her seven ducklings after they fell into a pleasant hill storm drain.
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this happened yesterday. these are pictures of the recovery from the contra costa fire department. firefighters-- with the help of c-h-p-- scooped the ducklings into a box and set them loose with the mama duck. ( mark ) coming up in the next hour... we are following breaking news this morning... a police officer injured in a shooting in the east bay. kron 4's lydia pantazes is live at the scene this morning with more on what led up to the shooting.( darya ) and a deadly shooting in antioch leads to an overnight standoff. averi harper is live in antich with the details.( mark ) and we are just hours away from the start of the n- b-a finals. will tran is live at oracle with more on what the players are saying about the big matchup with
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( will ) the nba finals start in just hours. i will have a preview in a live report.
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( lydia ) breaking news from overnight... a police shooting in the east bay. i am live at the scene with the details. ( averi ) and a deadly shooting in antioch... i will have the new video just into the newsroom. (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(mark) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (james)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild
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temperatures in the 50s and patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally dense at times this morning, with patchy drizzle possible along the immediate coast. our 4-zone camera 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
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from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( mark ) breaking news from overnight. vallejo police shoot a 20 year old man who they were trying to capture for the past seven days. ( darya ) an officer was also injured in the shooting. kron 4's lydia pantazes is live in martinez. with the details. ( lydia )here's what happened police were trying to arrest a man that they have been looking for for several days. they surrounded a home in the area but when the suspect found out.... he tried to escape and rammed his vehicle into one of the officers vehicles.(take vo)this video of the scene.this all started in may 25th, when officers from the vallejo police department were involved in a pursuit with a driver who was driving recklessly that driver his 20-year-old kevin de carlo.then on may 27 officers
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located decarlo in vallejo but he took off in a car.police say during that incident he purposely crashed his car into a patrol car before running away.that leads us to last night when police got information that decarlo was inside a home on the 4000 block of ellis road...again he tried to take off and rammed his vehicle into an officers vehicle.that's when officers fired several shots.decarlo suffered serious injuries and is in the hospital.a vallejo police officer suffered minor injuries.he was treated and released at the hospital. (oncam)you can see behind me....giannini rd at pacheco blvd is closed off.reporting live in martinez, lydia pantazes kron4 news. . ( darya ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you
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through out the morning. ( mark ) one person is dead after a shooting in antioch. and now the the suspected killer is under arrest after an overnight stand-off. ( darya ) kron 4's averi harper is live at the antioch police department with the details. averi. ( averi )police in antioch have a homicide investigation on their hands after a shooting and crash wednesday night. take a look at some video from the scene.police got the call at about 5:45 wednesday evening. they responded to reports of shots fired on the 2100 block of lemontree way. when they got there evidence led them to the victim who hit several cars trying to flee the scene of the shooting. they found the victim on l street near the highway 4 overpass. the victim in this case died from his injuries after being transported to a local hospital.the suspect in the
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shooting was found inside a home near the scene of the shooting. police say the suspected shooter initially refused to cooperate, barricading himself inside the home- causing a standoff.the unidentified man eventually exited the house and police took him into custody without incident.no word on if there could be anyone else involved in the incident. i'll be here throughout the morning gathering details. ( mark ) thanks averi. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) happening today... president trump is set to announce if the united states will withdraw from the paris climate agreement.( mark ) rebecca strom is here with more on the president's expected rebecca. ( rebecca ) the president is expected to announce his decision from the rose garden of the white house around noon. there are reports out this morning that the president will ditch the paris climate deal. nearly 200 nations signed the 20-15 paris climate accord. the
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landmark deal aims to curb the rise of global temperatures... requiring that countries submit to emissions assessments. trump promised on the campaign trail that he would pull out of the deal. but polls show that most americans support the agreement. here in the bay area elected officials are responding to news the president may pull the united states out of the climate accord. some officials, including oakland mayor libby schaaf, were in paris when the agreement was signed in 2015. ( rebecca ) if the president does decide to back out of the paris agreement... mayor schaff and the others say they hope that the bay area will lead the way on confronting climate change in the u-s. we will stream the president's
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announcement at noon on kron4.com. back to you. ( darya ) today is the start of the n-b-a finals. the warriors taking on the cleveland cavaliers for the third year in a row.( mark ) kron 4's will tran is live inside oracle arena this morning with a preview. will. ( will ) the warriors cavs will tip off for game 1 of the n-b-a finals. mike brown and steve kerr both were at the traditional "media day practice" at oracle arena. this is the 3rd consecutive year that the dubs and cavs will meet for in the n-b-a finals. and the 1st time the same two teams have met in the finals for 3 straight seasons in n-b-a history. the warriors enter the finals
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undefeated in the postseason at 12 and oh. here is steph curry speaking about the upcoming series.
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past." ( mark ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) and we have an entire
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section on our website to get you ready for game one tonight. you can see more practice video and here from the players as they get ready for game one. ( darya )( darya ) coming up... lebron james is the target of racist graffiti. hear what the n-b-a star is saying about race relations in america...( rebecca @ land ) and... terrifying moments at a car dealership... a deadly shootout is all caught on camera.... i'll tell you what led up to the shooting.( robin ) i'm tracking your morning commute. . 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. ( mark ) with the start of
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june, also comes the beginning of the 20-17 atlantic hurricane season. forecasters expect it to be a busy one. they are predicting 11 to 17 named
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storms this season. five to nine of those are expected to become hurricanes --- with four becoming "major" hurricanes. that means -- four are predicted to become a category 3 or higher -- with winds of at least 111 miles an hour. the atlantic hurricane season runs from june first to november 30th. welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic this morning. (james)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild temperatures in the 50s and patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally
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dense at times this morning, with patchy drizzle possible along the immediate coast. our 4-zone camera network shows dense fog in san francisco this morning. as for the forecast, seasonably cool conditions are expected today with partly cloudy skies at the coast and bay. it will be mostly sunny inland where
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highs this afternoon will reach the upper 70s to near 80. looking ahead, slight warming is expected for friday and saturday with low 80s forecast for the interior valleys. minor cooling on sunday, but temps bounce back quickly on monday.
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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 maze to sf.
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( mark ) three men are killed during a shootout at a car dealership near dallas, texas.( darya ) moments leading up the shooting are all caught on camera. rebecca strom is here with the video. ( rebecca ) this is cellphone video showing the moment before the deadly shootout between bounty hunters and a fugitive inside the dealership on tuesday. police say the two bounty hunters went to nissan of greenville to apprehend another man. police say the bounty hunters approached the man with their guns drawn and gave the man orders. that is when he pulled out his own gun and started shooting. we want to warn you -- some viewers may find this video distrubing.
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failure to appear on a first-degree drug charge in minneapolis. ( mark ) on the day before the n-b-a finals... lebron james forced to talk about race relations in this country after somebody spray painted a racial slur on his home in los angeles.( darya ) now the incident is being investigated as a hate crime. mary moloney has the details. lebron james/nba player: "my family is safe and you know that's what's, that's what's important." safe -- but shaken after vandals painted a racial slur on lebron james' front gate.mary kay wulf/neighbor: "i am appalled. and sickened by it."jody constand /neighbor: "to take somebody who is that extraordinary and to demean him in such a horrific way is just so sad." the cleveland cavalier is in the bay area for the nba finals.but before he could battle on the court -- police had to be called to his los angeles area house to investigate the crime.lebron james/ nba player: "racism will always be a part of the
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world, a part of america." james says his family is in ohio -- which is difficult. especially since he'd like to talk with his kids face- to-face about the crime.lebron james/ nba player: "no matter how much money you have, no matter how famous you are. no matter how many people admire you, being black in america is tough."the offensive word is now gone -- but james says he will use it as a teaching moment.that may transform an ugly message into something good.lebron james/ nba player: "i look at it as this, if this is to shed a light and continue to keep the conversation going on my behalf, then i'm okay with it." i'm mary moloney reporting. ( mark ) state lawmakers advanced a bill to dramatically change the state's bail and pre-trial release policies. the state senate voted yesterday to approve a measure to end bail for most defendants. a judge could still impose bail for defendants accused of serious crimes, but would have
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to take income into account. supporters of the measure say current policies disproportionately hurt poor defendants. the bill would alter the system so pre-trial release is determined by a person's risk to society, not their ability to pay. opponents of the bill say bail is an important tool to pressure people to show up for court and keep criminals out of society. ( mark ) state lawmakers passed a bill that aims to prevent workplace raids. the measure is now going to the state senate. it prohibites employers from letting immigration agents enter worksites or view employee files without a warrant or subpoena. supporters of the bill say it ensures president trump follows the law in his efforts to deport millions of immigrants living in the country without authorization. opponents of the bill say it puts employers in an uncomfortable position by limiting them from cooperating with federal law enforcement. ( darya ) two communities near sacramento are dealing with two sexual predators moving into their neighborhoods . today...one of them is
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moving into yuba county. the other is being allowed back his neighborhood in roseville after violating his parole. the department of corrections says a "sexually violent predator" is as a person convicted of a sexually violent offense against one or more victims.... and has been diagnosed with a mental disorder. some neighbors are fearful that these predators are moving in so close to the communities:
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permament straws, steel straws, there are materials we don't even know about yet, cellulose, you know, there's a lot of food waste out there that could easily be repurposed into creating straws.>( darya ) the plastic pollution coalition says more than 500- million plastic straws are used each day in the united states. ( mark ) coming up... a man is caught on camera burglarizing a home in the east bay... we'll show you the new video of who police are looking for. and... amazon could soon start using áparachutesá for their home deliveries. we'll explain after the break. and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge. enamel is the strong, white, outer layer of your tooth surface. the thing that's really important to dentists is to make sure that that enamel stays strong and resilient for a lifetime. the more that we can strengthen and re-harden that tooth surface, the whiter their patients' teeth are going to be. dentists are going to really want to recommend the new pronamel strong and bright. it helps to strengthen
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and re-harden the enamel. it also has stain lifting action. it's going to give their patients the protection that they need and the whiter teeth that they want. ♪
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(robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) amazon is looking to take "home delivery" to a whole new level. ( mark ) the company is developing a new way to deliver packages by using drones with a built-in parachute. amazon was just granted a patent for the device. it would be used to drop packages from drones and make sure it is not damaged when it touches the
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ground.( darya ) this concept is not legal in the u-s. amazon has already used drones to deliver packages in britain. it plans to use the shipping label with the built-in parachute there. ( mark ) nasa is looking to go where none of its spacecrafts have gone before. the space agency plans to have a spacecraft heading there next year.( darya ) the space-craft called the "parker solar probe" will attempt to explore the sun's outermost atmosphere, also known as the corona. it will face heat and radiation like no other aircraft ever made.( mark ) researchers say the probe will help them better understand the sun and how stars work. it is scheduled to launch in the summer of 20-18. ( darya ) a bay area community on edge.. after a father is found stabbed to death in a park. hear from the victim's family who are pleading for his killer to be found. ( lydia ) breaking news from overnight... a police shooting in the east bay. i am live at the scene with the details.( james ) your bay area forecast
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is next. . . (mark) opening bell.
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(mark)(darya) lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (james)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild temperatures in the 50s and patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally
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dense at times this morning, with patchy drizzle possible along the immediate no major hot spots. san mateo bridge nomajor issues. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. .
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( mark ) we continue to follow breaking news from overnight. vallejo police shoot a 20 year old man who they were trying to capture for the past seven days. ( darya ) an officer was also injured in the shooting. kron 4's lydia pantazes is live in martinez. with the details. ( lydia ) .
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was that gunfire and she's like i don't know. we heard it on the scanner so we came down here.>
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francisco's bernal heights park, and now the family is pleading for help finding the killer.( darya ) rebecca strom is here with what police are doing to keep people safe in that area. ( rebecca ) thirty-three- year-old giovanny alvarez was found stabbed to death on sunday. san francisco police officers held a community meeting last night, assuring the public to stay calm and that the park is safe. people living near the park say they find alcohol bottles, graffiti and hear partying late into the night. in response to the murder, police have increased patrols. officers are not saying where alvarez was killed, but they believe he was targeted.
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is out there walking the streets of sf they nobody is safe because anybody could be is target next (cover)sot this could happen to anybody to any of your family members and we just want justice>( rebecca @ land ) the family has set up a go-fund me site to help pay for funeral expenses. that's on our website on kron four dot com. ( darya ) we are hearing from the woman who received nearly a million dollars from the city of oakland following a sex scandal. jasmine abuslin held a news conference yesterday with her attorney announcing a settlement of 989-thousand- dollars with the city of oakland. abuslin told kron4 that she worked as a call girl and had sex with dozens of police officers. she says some of those encounters happened when she was a minor. her attorney says the settlement sends a strong message to bay area law enforcement:
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that i can close this chapter and go on with my life">( darya ) abuslin will now move forward with lawsuits against richmond, san francisco, livermore, contra costa county and alameda county. prosecutors have charged six current and retired officers for their alleged involvement with abuslin. ( darya ) police in the east bay are looking for a person caught on camera burglarizing a home in orinda. this happened on tuesday on el toyonal avenue. police are just releasing this home surveillance video. you can see the thief putting something in a bag -- he then heads back hallway -- and then heads for the front door. ( mark ) some parents in san francisco are upset about how drivers are rolling through stop signs in their neighborhood.( darya ) kron four's stanley roberts takes a look in this morning's edition of "people behaving badly." generally, the people coming down ocean avenue don't want to believe that their stop
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sign is as strong the ones coming acrossis there such a thing as a stronger stop sign, if you answered yes. head over to the department of motor vehicles and surrender your licence there 8 stop signs at or near the intersection of ocean and cayuga in san francisco and of all 8 stop signs . pretty close to zero compliance on almost all for example this moped rider . rolls through the stop sign nats ambiance how about this pickup truck nats: ambiance not even a pause nats: ambiance this truck again rolls through the stop sign nats ambiance in other cases drivers seem to believe that the red octagon with the letters s- t- o- p are for meant for other people and not them nats: ambiance this is a very busy intersection with lots of traffic and lots of pedestrians walking about. and there is a pre school near by where crossing can be challenge i own the school right here and we walk up this
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direction we take the kids up to the playground and there frequently we have to have teachers wheo kinda create a blockade so that cars will actually stop while i was recording traffic something weird happened . the san francisco fire department responded to my location apparently, someone pulled this fire call box #shenanigans at its finest in san francisco bay area drivers tend to make up there own rules and one of the rules or should i say laws many ignore are coming to a complete stop at stop signs .. according to residents there have been some pretty violent crashes at this intersection to be honest it literely takes just a few seconds to stop if we all stop being in such a rush there is less of a into a crash oh and put the phones down tooin san francisco roberts kron 4 ( mark ) coming up... a bill to replace insurance companies with state funded health care is up for a vote this week. we'll tell you how california taxpayers will end up paying for it. and next... see how a five- year-old boy rescued a family in danger of drowning at a
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northern california lake. and here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge. there's a place like no other...
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where a walk down main street... where a walk down main street... blah blah blah .. hey! the name's rocket and i need your help! the collector has trapped my friends, the guardians of the galaxy in this weird...freakshow... check it out...this is the joint we're in... and we need you to help us break out! got it?...good...now move it!...i gotta go! ...here there is magic for days! no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) a five-year-old sacrament boy saved his family from drowning in a lake.( mark ) joshua serna is now being called a hero. it happened on monday at lake camache when an inner tube that joshua's mom and two other children were in started to go flat. his mom wasn't wearing a life jacket, so his dad got off a sea-doo and gave his lifejacket to her. after he did that...he started going under water. joshua was still on the sea-doo when his family started screaming for help. he was able to turn the sea-doo around and save them.
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just told him that it was okay. we were all okay and that he was my hero and i was very proud of him." rowena shaddox/reporting: "who do you think is the real hero in this?" joshua serna/son: "i saved my dad. i'm a hero.">( mark ) the family eventually got back to shore and they all credit joshua for saving them. ( darya ) coming up ... police release video of tiger woods' arrest. we'll show you the video and how tiger was responding to officers' questions.(james) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break. .
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we're coming up on 6:45... here's a quick look at the top stories we're following this morning... a man who was wanted by vallejo police is found overnight and shot and injured by police. and a vallejo officer was also injured in the shooting. police say kevin decarlo
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tried to ram an officer's car. that's when they opened fire. decarlo is in the hospital this morning.( darya ) one person is dead after a shooting in antioch. it happened just before 6:00 last night. officers found the victim fleeing from the scene in a car that had crashed. police eventually caught up with the victim who died at the hospital. police have arrested a man they believe was the ( mark ) the warriors and cavs will tip off for game 1 of the n-b-a finals tonight. this is the 3rd consecutive year that the dubs and cavs will meet for in the n-b-a finals. and the 1st time the same two teams have met in the finals for 3 straight seasons in n-b-a history. the warriors enter the finals undefeated in the postseason at 12 and 0.
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(mark) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic... (james)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild temperatures in the 50s and patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally dense at times this morning, with
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patchy drizzle possible along the immediate coast. our 4- zone camera network shows dense fog in san francisco this morning. as for the forecast, seasonably cool conditions are expected today with partly cloudy skies at the coast and bay. it will be mostly sunny inland where highs this afternoon will reach the upper 70s to near 80. looking ahead, slight warming is expected for friday and saturday with low 80s forecast for the interior valleys. minor cooling on sunday, but temps bounce back quickly on monday.
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no major hot spots. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. golden gat bridge drive time
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less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. ( darya ) police released dashcam video showing how tiger woods was acting the moments before police arrested him for suspicion of d-u-i. take a look.
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jupiter florida police: where are you going? tiger: i don't know police: you're just driving aroudn? tiger: i like to drive > police in jupiter, florida said they found the golfer asleep at the wheel early monday morning with his mercedes-benz running. you can hear in the video woods' speech is slow and slurred. woods tells the officer he had taken medication. police took him into custody for suspicion of driving under the influence. he was cited for d-u-i and improper parking. woods later issued a statement saying he had an unexpected reaction to prescribed medications. woods first court appearance is on july fifth. ( mark ) a state sales and business tax hike could raise enough money for a government- funded health care for
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everyone in california. that is according to a new report from a california nursing union. the report claims the tax hike would raise over 100-billion dollars a year. this comes as the state senate must vote on the bill by tomorrow. it would eliminate health insurance companies and provide government funded health care. openents of the bill say the report relies on shaky assumptions, including the trump adminstration would go along with the state's tax plans. ( mark ) state senators passed a bill to add a third gender option on stae i-d's for people who do not identify as either male of female. the bill now goes to the assembly. it would add another gender option for driver's licenses, birth certificates, identity cards and gender change court orders. supporters of the bill say it would simplify the process for changing one's gender on those documents. it also allows minors to apply for gender change on their birth certificate with permission from a parent or guardian. ( darya ) police have identified the man who was shot and killed by officers in vacaville. the man is 20-year-old joseph godinez.
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police say it started early monday morning when an officer was driving behind a honda civic that was stolen from davis. police tried to pull the car over but it took off. the chase began on interstate-80 and ended at the retail outlets. police tried forcing godinez to stop by ramming him. that's when police say godinez stepped on the gas pedal and crashed into a police car, sending it off the road. officers say they were forced to shoot him because he was threatening them with his vehicle. ...( mark ) a restaurant in concord was shut down because of a rat infestation. lin's buffet on willow pass road is known for selling chinese food, sushi, and seafood. the contra costa health department reports that this restaurant had 15 -code violations since march 8th... and 12 since last december. some of those violations include food not being maintained in proper temperatures as well as employees not properly washing and cleaning hands or wearing gloves. no word yet on when the restaurant will reopen. (mark) stocks are rising after a survey showed that
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hiring by private businesses was stronger than expected in may. the standard & poor's 500 index gained 2 points, or 0.1 percent, to 2,413. the dow jones industrial slipped 5 points composite points, or 0.2 6,211. ( darya ) coming up in kron four morning news at seven... terrifying moments at a car dealership... a deadly shootout with bounty hunters is all caught on camera.... we'll show you you what led up to the shooting. and after the break... see how much one of jerry garcia's guitar's sold for at a benefit auction.
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( mark ) a guitar that jerry garcia played everywhere from san francisco's winterland ballroom to egypt's pyramids sold for just under two-million dollars. the grateful dead frontman's guitar sold at a charity auction in new york yesterday. the guitar's name is "wolf." the auctioneer says guitar first appeared in a 1973 new york performance the grateful dead gave for the hells angels. garcia died in 19-95. (darya) ahead in gary's world... game one tonight, and instead of talking about basketball, lebron has to talk about race relations. penguins, predators and beer drinking catfish in the stanley cup playoffs. and mascots behaving badly.( mark ) plus... we are following breaking news... a police officer injured after a shooting in the east bay... kron four's lydia pantazes is live at the scene with more on
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what led up to the shooting. and... a deadly shooting in antioch leads to an overnight standoff. kron four's averi harper is live in antich with the details.
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nba finals start in just hours. i will have a preview in a live report. ( averi ) and a deadly shooting in antioch... i will have
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the new video just into the newsroom. ( darya ) good morning i'm darya folsom..( mark ) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (james)we're waking up on this first day of june to mild temperatures in the 50s and patchy clouds and fog. in fact, fog could be locally dense at times this morning, with patchy drizzle possible along the immediate coast. our 4-zone camera network shows dense fog in san

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