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here is a live look from our camera on sutro tower. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)dry weather conditions are forecast through the remainder of the weekend with temperatures remaining
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slightly below seasonal averages. a rming trend is forecast for the start of the upcoming workweek before cooling occurs during the second half of the week. rain chances also develop later next week. ( marty @ landing ) london police have arrested 12 people
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after a major terror attack in london that left at least seven people dead and 48 others injured. the attack began late saturday night on the london bridge and at a nearby market. police shot and killed say three suspected assailants. rylee carlson is in london with the latest. theresa may/british prime minister: "our country fell victim to a brutal terrorist attack once again."just after 10 pm on the busy streets of london -- heavily armed police officers swarm the london bridge area.police say a white van caused panic as it struck people -- leaving bodies lying in the roadway. then -- police say the suspects ran to borough market-- a popular nightlife spot -- and stabbed patrons inside restaurants.theresa may/british prime minister: "all three were wearing what appeared to be explosive vests. but the police have established that this clothing was fake and worn only to spread panic and fear."many fought off the attackers -- using chairs -- pint glasses -- and bottles.cressida
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dick/metropolitan police commissioner: "many many people risked their own safety to help others and to treat those seriously injured and indeed to confront the suspects involved."others hid behind tables and in bathrooms -- or ran to safety.witness: "i just heard like police, riot control - like language you know like direct."the armed officers responded -- killing the three suspected terrorists.cressida dick/metropolitan police commissioner: "our officers confronted the suspects and brought this terrible incident to a conclusion within 8 minutes."cressida dick/metropolitan police commissioner: "it's clear to me the courage of those people during and following the attack as extraordinary and i pay tribute to all of them." ( marty ) after the attack president trump took to twitter. he tweeted: "we need to be smart, vigilant and tough. we need the courts to give us back our rights. we
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need the travel ban as an extra level of safety!" ( marty ) the attack happened on the eve a benefit concert for the victims of last month's attack in manchester. 22 people were killed, and dozens more were injured when a bomber blew himself up just as an ariana grande concert was wrapping up. grande is headlining the benefit tonight. numerous stars including justin bieber and katy perry have all signed on for the show with all proceeds going to aemergency fund setup to helphe ( marty @ landing ) poce in the phillippines say the suspect in a casino attack in manila was deeply in debt who was addicted to gambling. the philippines president visited the families of victims of the attack staff and guests of "resorts world manila" were among the 37 people who died in the attack. police in the philippines say that the attack was a robbery, not terrorism. the government says this ends the isis claim that it carried out the attack. ( marty ) we have been sending out alerts as
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information on these attacks has entered our newsroom. the best way to keep up with breaking news is through the kron four mobile app. it is free for download for both apple and android devices. ( marty ) happening tonight.. game two of the n-b-a finals between the golden state warriors and cleveland cavaliers. kron four's averi harper is in oakland this morning with a game preview. good morning averi. ( averi )the shots were flying saturday with the warriors just three wins away from their second n-b-a title in three years.coach steve kerr was again on the floor at practicebut as to whether or not he'll be on the sidelines sundaywill be a gametime decision.someone else golden state has been happy to have backis kevin durant.he was gone for a month during the regular season with an injury, but has been a huge asset in the playoffs.he had 38 points, eight assists, and eight rebounds in game one.draymond green says the team's adjustment to having k-d backhasn't been what you might think.durant himself said he's been getting some
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pointers from retired two-time m-v-p steve nash.k-d is expectincleveland to come out much more aggressively for sunday's game.the defending champion cavaliers spoke highly of each other before their saturday practice began. steph curry said rigorous áindividual workouts have been part of the status quo around the warriors.and who knows? - maybe they could win another ringthis time with a perfect record through the playoffs. ( averi ) the warriors lead the series 1 to nothing. game 2 is set for 5:00 tonight in oakland. ( marty ) thanks averi.
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( marty ) after the game, we will have extended coverage on kron four news at eight and ten. on sports night live at nine, bip roberts and j-r stone will break everything down. gary radnich and mark carpenter will be live from oracle as well. ( marty ) still ahead. a warning for people who drink water in one bay area city... we'll have the latest on the advisory this morning. and. the racis on for crews to finish repairing the maged oroville dam. we will take you inside the work to replace the spillways and the big test that was just conducted. and next. perhaps it is a sign of the times. the alarming statistic about the future of shopping malls. after the break.
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for your money: .here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom nemarty ) a new report says at least one out of every five shopping malls in the u-s will go out of business in the next five years. it estimates that a record 86-hundred stores will close this year alone. and between 20-percent and 25-percent of american malls will close within five years. people are shopping online more than ever and the report says there are too many stores that's caused a retail bubble. the report estimates that as malls close, online sales could double from 17-percent of retail sales today to 35- percent by 20-30. ( dave )fog clearing out sooner today than yesterday. a touch breezy. more on your weekend forecast next. for the weekned...
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♪ happiness is powerful flea and tick protection from nexgard. a delicious chew that protects for an entire month. ask your vet for more information. reported side effects include vomiting and itching. nexgard. the vet's #1 choice. here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave) dry weather conditions are forecast through the remainder of the weekend with temperatures remaining slightly below seasonal averages. a warming trend is
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forecast for the start of the upcoming workweek before cooling occurs during the second half of the week. rain chances also develop later next week. ( marty ) cal-water has cancelled
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the precautionary "do-not-water" advisory in south san francisco. meaning the water is safe to drink. follow-up test results are normal and confirm that the water quality was not impacted by the breach at the
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utility's facility early iday mornin advisory cancellation notices are currently being delivered door-to-door to affected customers' properties. cal water is now working with state water officials to fully investigate the breach. during the advisory cal water distributed nearly 94 thousand water bottles to over three thousand impacted customers in the area. ( marty ) in california news... construction continues at the oroville dam repairing the spillway that crumbled earlier this year. joe khalil explains how officials are now testing a new warning system at the dam. one blast at a time--crews at the oroville dam continue to chip away at the damaged spillway--clearing the way for a new one. john france/dam engineer: "dwr needs to proceed with designing and implementing construction and repairs in the short term." john france leads the "forensics" team of engineers--
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tasked with finding out exactly what went wrong with the oroville dam. though his team's work is far from done-- they've already given dwr 24 recommendations--to prepare the spillway for a temporary fix ahead of flood season in the fall. john france/dam engineer: "we believe in all likelihood we aren't going to find a single cause that caused this event. normally there are multiple causes."and as the effort continues-- emergency sirens were tested for the first time friday afternoon-- to alert workers at the dam--in cases of emergency.a reminder to people nearby--of the near catastrophe in february--when the emergency spillway failed- -forcing nearly 200,000 people from their homes. breezi kniss/evacuated home: "very scary. my kids were on one side of town, i was on the other side. just horrifying." frankie ledford/evacuated home: "we didn't really have time to pack up much so we just packed up what we could." many who evacuated their homes--like frankie ledford--now say they're more prepared--should the dam fail again. frankie ledford/evacuate d home: "we're ready. we got our stuff, some stuff packed
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up."breezi kniss/evacuated home: "we do have stuff packed up in the garage, and, in case we did had to go right now."as repairs to the spillway continue into the flood season-- this community will have its eye on on the dam. ( marty ) this is the last day of the comedy cluster fest in san francisco. it combines comedy and music at one venue at the civic center and bill graham auditorium. kron 4's ella sogomonian has the details. comedy central and sueprfly partnered up to put on the inaugural colossal clusterfest that goes on until 11 at night. tens of thousands of comedy and music lovers flocked to san francisco's civic center for a first-of-its-kind weekend festival. street closures backed up traffic along polk, grove, larkin, and mcallister streets. sot:"we drove all the way from marin so then we parked in the city and ubered in here and it's fantastic."saturday marked the second of three days of headliners like jerry seinfeld, bill burr, and ice cube. apart from established comedians clusterfest also
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showcases new talent to discover. sot: ella sogomonian, san francisco//"so another bonus at colossal clusterfest is that you get to see up and coming talent as well. and tonight we're joined by somee who has a new show coming out on comedy central, tell me about that."sot: james davis, comedian//"hood adjacent is an exploration of a lot of topics in our society, social topics that apply both to the hood d the mainstream."with a tense comedy festival has made for a sweet escape.sot: "well it's nice to be around people who want to laugh i think it's a good distraction."aside from standup - a fun feature for super fans are interactive set designs like paddy's pub from the show "it's always sunny in philadelphia".sot: it's really fun; it's really cool to be here after watching all the seasons."and a long line of fans waited to hang out in seinfeld's apartment.sot: " what's it like to be in the set designs and actually interact in them?"sot:"it feels like you're i the show, which is what i think all of us really really want is to be in the show."
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( marty ) still ahead. after losing game one, a cavaliers player is making a bold statement. we'll show you what he has to stay and preview game two of the finals. ♪ ♪
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cavs forward j-r smith says cleveland can beat any team in n-b-a history. meanwhile, the giants look to beat the phillies again and oakland hopes to defend home field. kron four's j-r stone has more in sports. ( jr stone ) we are now less than 24 hours away from game two of the n-b-a finals. cavs star j.r. smith says they can beat anyone on a good day including the 96' bulls...we'll get to thain a
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minute... the warriors and cavs had practice today at the oakland practice facility. usually you see three or four cameras at these events...not today though. nba finals and two different teams meant that dozens if not hundreds of reporters and anchors from around the world were there today. after a dominant performance over the phillies the giants philliesover the performance dominant after a today. were there the world from around and anchors of reporters not hundreds that dozens if teams meant two different teams meant that dozens if not hundreds of reporters and anchors from around the world were there today. after a dominant performance over the
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phillies the giants were looking for their second straight win in philly. johnny cueto pulled in the sixth -- after leaving two on. same inning -- hunter strickland loads the bases and odubel herrera cleans it up with a deep double -- three runs score. the phillies take a 5-1 lead the giants tried rallying from behind -- aaron hill hits an r-b-i single to left field to cut the lead by two philadelphia holds on -- they beat the giants 5-3 meanwhile -- bob melvin and the a's got some revenge on the nationals -- after losing 13-3 last night. oakland offense woke up as they hit four home runs -- three of them were 2-run shots. ryon healy capped off the a's win with his second home run of the game in the seventh
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inning. oakland wins 10-4. ( marty ) still ahead.. seeking the truth. thousands of people take to the streets around the country. we'll show you their message to president trump.
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áááábreakáááá ( marty ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave) dry weather conditions are
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forecast through the remainder of the weekend with temperatures remaining slightly below seasonal averages. a warming trend is forecast for the start of the upcoming workweek before cooling occurs during the second half of the week. rain chances also develop later next week. ( marty ) police arrested one person in connection with the murder of an australian tourist outside a san francisco hotel. it happened
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friday at 2 a-m. 33-year-old matthew bate got into an turned physical outside the da vinci villa hotel on van ness avenue in russian hill. police said no weapons were involved in the deadly fight. bate worked as a chemist in australia. ( marty ) in the south bay... one person suffered life threatening injuries following a stabbing in san jose. san jose police tell kron 4 news the victim was found at the intersection of east st. john street and north fourth near san jose state just before 6 p-m. at this time police say no arrests have been made and they do not have any suspects. ( marty ) in the east bay... we now know the name of the man who died after a car hit him in richmond. the victim has been identified as 68-year-old maravilla ortega. the accident happened at cutting boulevard at south 16th street just before 10. police closed off the busy intersection for several hours to investigate. police
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tell us the driver stayed at the accident scene and is cooperating with the investigation. and they say it is too early to say now if drugs or alcohol are involved. ( marty ) thousands gathered across the country to protest president trump in the "march for truth". others rallied in support of the president's decision on climate change. ashley corum (core-um) has more on the rallies. "are you ready to march? yeah!" demonstrators from all across the country took to the streets saturday.. united in the "march for truth" protests. nats - cheeringorganizers are calling for an independent commission to investigate russian interference in the 2016 u.s. ections ... and possible ties to president trump. they also want congress to requre trump tp release his tax returns. the protests come ahead of testimony by former fbi director, james comey to the senate intelligence committee scheduled for june
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8th.linda sarsour / political activist: "it has to be an transparent investigation because the people need to know the truth." the march wasn't the only rally happening in the nation's capital.. nat-trump, trump, trump trump supporters gathered to back the president's decision to pull the united states out of the paris agreement on climate change.trump: "i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh not paris."nats (chants) trump said his decision to back out was to support american workers. mos:"we wanted to come out and show our appreciation for what the presidents' done following through on his campaign promise."despite facing global disapproval, trump said he was open to renegotiating aspects of the agreement. european union leaders say that's not an option. i'm ashley corum reporting. ( marty ) the burning of a pride flag in san luis obispo is being investigated by police as a hate crime.
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the victim of the flag burning is city mayor heidi harmon. mayor harmon says someone burned the rainbow flag she had displayed at her house in recognition of pride month. the mayor has no doubt that someone did this on purpose. many in the area are upset over what happen. ( marty ) police and mayor harmon say they are unware of any other hate crimes similar to this in the area. ( marty ) comedian bill maher is under fire for using a racial slur on his h-b-o show. maher used the n-word during an interview with republican senator ben sasse. in a statement the comedian said the word was offensive and he was sorry for using it. the comedian took the beating on twitter, including some calls for him to be fired. h-b-o has called his comment "completely
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inexcusable and tasteless." sasse wrote on twitter that he wished he had immediately criticized maher for using the term. ( marty ) still ahead. police are still searching for any leads after finding the body of a missing college student. we'll show you how the family of aly yeoman remembered her. live look outside... san francisco international airport. for the weekned... it's the art and wine fest in walnut creek. come out and enjoy drinks and some good music. it's all happening at heather farm park from 11 to 6 the event is free to attend.
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family and friends gathered to celebrate the life of aly yeoman. she's the college student who went missing in march. doug johnson explains how loved
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ones are remembering yeoman as investigators work to determine how she died. "a million times i needed you, a million times i cried, if love alone could have saved you, you never would have died."in gridley and beyond, there's been so much talk about 20-year-old ali yeoman's death.but saturday those who knew her best decided to talk about something else... her life."just last year we had gone to 6 flags, and we'd gone to a tyga concert."so many of her friends shared stories from happier times."and we could hear the bus door open, and we were just like 'oh crap we're going to miss it again, and the bus would always have to wait for us, always like every day."every speaker saying the thing they'll miss most is her smile."when i look back, i just hear her laugh, and i see her smile, and that should say something about the person that she is.""we had tons of barbies and dolls growing up, and it was never oh this is mine, or that's yours, it was ours."still,
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even talking about better days was not so easy to do."but ali will always be someone important to me, and i'll always keep her with me.""i'm just glad that she was able to be a part of my life."after disappearing march 30th, yeoman's body was discovered may 7th in the feather river... less than a half mile from where her pickup truck and phone were found in live oak.the butte county sheriff's office and the coroner's office have yet to release a cause of death... and no arrests have been made."i think that's probably the hardest thing is not knowing, what happened. everyone wants answers, everyone wants closure."as her family released doves into the sky... most agreed while her time here was short, ali's impact on the lives of others will last a long time."if there's anything that i learned from ali it's to love everyone and treat everyone with kindness, and find the bright side in any situation and make people laugh." ( marty ) still ahead. a memorial for a dozen dogs who's remains were found dumped in vallejo. the story,
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coming up. live look outside... san mateo bridge. for the weekned... it's the planetary dance at mount tam. come out and enjoy celebrating a healthy planet. it's all happening at the santos meadows starting at 11. the event is free to attend. the perfect summer has a voice. if we listen close enough, we can hear it.
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it whispers, "one more game, one more swim, one more round..." and it speaks softly through the cool nights, murmuring, "one more log, one more marshmallow, one more walk along the shore." the perfect summer is waiting. the perfect summer is pure michigan. your trip begins at michigan.org. this is a story about mail and packages. and it's also a story about people. peoplthey're handing usvery day to demore than maileams they're handing us their business and while we make more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country, we never forget... that your business is our business the united states postal service. priority: you ♪ the energy conscious whopeople among usle? say small actions can add up to something... humongous.
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outside...sutro tower. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)dry weather conditions are forecast through the remainder of the weekend with temperatures remaining slightly below seasonal averages. a warming trend is forecast for the start of the upcoming workweek before
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cooling occurs during the second half of the week. rain chances also develop later next week. ( marty ) a historic berkeley
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church is set to reopen this morning. this is the fire that destroyed the first congregationalist church last october.. the church is set to hold services starting at 10 a-m. the fire started near a brick chimney... but investigators
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have yet to pindown a cause. firefighters who helped put out the fire will be among those in attendance this morning. ( marty ) a new report finds 14 people in san francisco were poisoned after eating "death cap" mushrooms last december. most of the victims recovered. but three people needed liver transplants, including an 18- month-old girl who suffered permanent neurological damage. doctors say these people ate mushrooms collected from the wild. the c-d-c says people should let a mushroom expert examine the mushrooms you've collected or bought before eating them. ( marty ) for the second time in less than a month.... three north bay animal rescue groups are increasing the amount of money they're offering in an animal cruelty case in vallejo. in february, at least a dozen dead dogs were found mutilated off columbus parkway. kron four's philippe djegal has the details. (philippe)bill vizza/nats- "you're spirits along with your bodies were crushed." shedding tears for and
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memorializing as many as a dozen dogs they never knew.... carine peters/nats- "there are meadows and hills for all our special friends." heartstricken animal lovers -- touched by tragedy.monica stevens/nats- "as we reflect upon, uh, these poor dogs that lost their life to some brutal murderer." surrounding the site where carine peters discovered the butchered bodies in february...carine peters/discovered dead dogs- "animals were put on this earth not to, uh, use and abuse, um, they have feelings and i saw that that da with my dogs." voluners from three north bay non-profit animal rescue groups fly and lay down white kites along columbus parkway at lake herman road... a gesture symbolizing each lost soul. monica stevens/co-founder, jarr- "the fact that a box
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cutter was left with the animals, there's no doubt that the animals were severely tortured and brutally murdered." during the serivce... monica stevens announcing the reward being offered for information that could help solve this case... has been increased from ten to 15-thousand dollars. stevens is the co-founder of jameson animal rescue ranch in the napa valley. her group in tandem with the center for animal rescue and education in solano county... and, norcal bully breed rescue are putting up the money.monica stevens/co-founder, jarr- "we're hoping that, two-fold, one that we can bring the person to justice, but also that we keep them away from further harming any other animals and certainly not harming any humans." as emilie kuhlman (cool-men) sprinkles lavender over what's left of the animals... it pains her to think of the dogs' last moments.emilie kuhlman/volunteer, jarr- "i, i can't. i mean, it, its so greaves, you know, very sad." carine peters/discover"whoever did this, i want them to know that we are watching."moment of silence and pledge to never forget. in vallejo, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) breaking overnight... one person is in the hospital after an officer involved
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shooting in san leandro. police say it happened around 3 this morning. officers were pursuing a stolen car suspect. they say the supect fired at officers who returned fire. officers were injured. we' bring you more enr ounewsroom.the details ( marty ) happening tomorrow... tv-icon bill cosby will go on trial in philadelphia for a sexual assault case. it will largely rest on the testimony of one woman, andrea constand. friends describe the 44- year-old as upbeat, calm and focused ahead of the trial. she met cosby when she worked for the women's basketball team at temple university. that's cosby's alma mater. constand says cosby drugged and assaulted her in 2004. cosby says the encounter was consensual. the 79-year- old cosby could get 10 years in prison if convicted. ( marty ) still ahead. from lightsaber churros to dining with cats, we'll show
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you some of the strangest food trends in the bay area. ( marty ) here's a live look at yosemite this morning.
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( marty ) the latest trend in dining involves some unusual food combinations. some are hits others are misses. when it comes to food marriages made in heaven - these are not. here's a taste of oddball eats on this edition of dine and dish. when is a beverage not just a beverage? when it's coffee. hipster barristas serving up these avo-lattes... the new culinary concoction is a java avocado mash-up. and so you'll never be short a hot cup of espresso - the mokase is a smart phone case that serves up a shot on the spot. if the idea of a brown brew doesn't appeal to you - there's always coffee clear. and to prove the force is with you...fans of star wars - can pick up these light saber churros
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disneyland... (disneyland diners) e are enjoying our sparkle light saber churros!(cat cafe diner) hello my name's... cat cafes are all the rage so it's only logical rats get in on the action. think ratatouille. diners and rodents share a table at the pop up rat cafe inside san francisco's dungeon. rats are safe - lizards apparently are not. iguana meat is showing up on exotic menus. and yes, it tastes like chicken. orange is the new snack. met with mixed reviews - bk's mac n cheetos. mac cheese in the shape of cheetos. easier to eat without a fork for sure.(vicki liviakis) if plain old fashioned oreos just doesn't do it for you anymore... you can pick up a bag of fireworks oreos...with popping candy that goes off in your mouth. speaking of mouth - forget white strips - a homemade tumerick and coconut oil paste is all the rage. hard to imagine - this is supposed to make your teeth whiter. maybe once you wash it out. fog clearing out sooner today than yesterday. a touch breezy. more on your weekend
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forecast next. ( averi ) coming up... game 2 of the nba finals. i have a preview from oracle after the break. ♪ this is a story about mail and packages.
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and it's also a story about people. people who rely on us every day to deliver their dreams they're handing us more than mail they're handing us their business and while we make more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country, we never forget... that your business is our business the united states postal service. priority: you ♪ ♪ happiness is powerful flea and tick protection from nexgard. a delicious chew that protects for an entire month. ask your vet for more information. reported side effects include vomiting and itching. nexgard. the vet's #1 choice. here is a live look from
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our camera on sutro tower. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)dry weather conditions
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are forecast through the remainder of the weekend with temperatures remaining slightly below seasonal averages. a warming trend is forecast for the start of the upcoming workweek before cooling occurs during the second half of the week. rain chances also develop later next week. ( marty @ landing ) breaking
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overnight... one person is in the hospital after an officer involved shooting in san leandro. police say it happened around 3 this morning. officers were pursuing a stolen car suspect. they say the supect fired at officers who returned fire. no officers were injured. we'll bring you more information as the details enter our newsroom. ( marty @ landing ) london police have arrested 12 people after a major terror attack in london that left at least seven people dead and 48 others injured. the attack began late saturday night on the london bridge and at a nearby market. police shot and killed say three suspected assailants. rylee carlson is in london with the latest. theresa may/british prime
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minister: "our country fell victim to a brutal terrorist attack once again."just after 10 pm on the busy streets of london -- heavily armed police officers swarm the london bridge area.police say a white van caused panic as it struck people -- leaving bodies lying in the roadway. then -- police say the suspects ran to borough et--mark popular nightlife spot -- and stabbed patrons inside restaurants.theresa may/british prime minister: "all three were wearing what appeared to be explosive vests. but the police have established that this clothing was fake and worn only to spread panic and fear."many fought off the attackers -- using chairs -- pint glasses -- and bottles.cressida dick/metropolitan police commissioner: "many many people risked their own safety to help others and to treat those seriously injured and indeed to confront the suspects involved."others hid behind tables and in bathrooms -- or ran to safety.witness: "i just heard like police, riot control - like language you know like direct."the armed officers responded --
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killing the three suspected terrorists.cressida dick/metropolitan police commissioner: "our officers confronted the suspects and brought this terrible incident to a conclusion within 8 minutes."cressida police commissioner: "it's clear to me the courage of during and following the attack as extraordinary and i pay tribute to all of them." ( marty ) after the attack president trump took to twitter. he tweeted: "we need to be smart, vigilant and tough. we need the courts to give us back our rights. we need the travel ban as an extra level of safety!" ( marty ) the attack happened on the eve a benefit concert r st month's atck in manchester. 22 people were killed, and dozens more were injured when a bomber blew himself up just as an ariana grande concert was wrapping up. grande is headlining the benefit tonight. numerous stars including justin bieber
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and katy perry have all signed on for the show with all proceeds going to an emergency fund setup to help the victims. ( marty @ landing ) police in the phillippines say the suspect in a casino attack in manila was deeply in debt who was addicted to gambling. the philippines president visited the families of victims of the attack staff and guests of "resorts world manila" were among the 37 people who died in the attack. police in the philippines say that the attack was a robbery, not terrorism. the government says this ends the isis claim that it carried out the attack. ( marty ) we have been sending out alerts as information on these attacks has entered our newsroom. the best way to keep up with breaking news is through the kron four mobile app. it is free for download for both apple and android devices. ( marty ) happening tonight.. game two of the n-b-a finals between the golden state warriors and cleveland cavaliers. kron four's averi harper is in oakland this morning with a game preview. good morning
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averi. ( averi )the shots were flying saturday with the warriors just three wins away from their second n-b-a title in three years.coach steve kerr was again on the floor at practicebut as to whether or not he'll be on the sidelines sundaywill be a gametime cion.someone else golden state has been happyto have backis kevin duranthe was gone for a month during the regular season with an injury, but has been a huge asset in the playoffs.he had 38 points, eight assists, and eight rebounds in game one.draymond green says the team's adjustment to having k-d backhasn't been what you might think.durant himself said he's been getting some pointers from retired two-time m-v-p steve nash.k-d is expecting cleveland to come out much more aggressively for sunday's game.the defending champion cavaliers spoke highly of each other before their saturday practice began. steph curry said rigorous áindividual workouts have been part of the status quo around the warriors.and who knows? - maybe they could win another ringthis time with a perfect record through the playoffs.
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( averi ) the warriors lead the series 1 to nothing. game 2 is set for 5:00 tonight in oakland. ( marty ) thanks averi.
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( marty ) after the game, we will have extended coverage on kron four news at eight and ten. on sports night live at nine, bip roberts and j-r stone will break everything down. gary radnich and mark carpenter will be live from oracle as well. ( marty ) still ahead. a warning for people who drink water in one bay area city... we'll have the latest on the advisory this morning. and. the race is on for crews to finish repairing the damaged oroville dam. we will take you inside the work to replace the spillways and the big test that was just conducted. and next. perhaps it is a sign of the times. the alarming statistic about the future of shopping malls. after the break.
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for your money: .here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. ( marty ) a new report says at least one out of every five
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shopping malls in the u-s will go out of business in the next five years. it estimates that a record 86-hundred stores will close this year alone. and between 20-percent and 25-percent of american malls will close within five years. people are shopping online more than ever and the report says there are too many stores that's caused a retail bubble. the report estimates that as malls close, online sales could double from 17-percent of retail sales today to 35- percent by 20-30. ( dave )fog clearing ou sooner today than yesterday. a touch breezy. more on your weekend forecast next. for the weekned... it's the butterfly and bird festival in fremont. come out and enjoy nature up close and personal. it's all happening at the coyote hill reginal park from 10 to 3.
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the event is free to attend. ♪
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this is a story about mail and packages. and it's also a story about people. people who rely on us every day to deliver their dreams they're handing us more thamail they're handing us their business and while we make more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country, we never forget... that your business is our business the united states postal service.
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priority: you ♪ here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave) dry weather conditions are forecast through the remainder of the weekend with temperatures remaining slightly below seasonal averages. a warming trend is forecast for the start of the upcoming workweek before cooling occurs during the second half of the week. rain chances also develop later next week.
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( marty ) cal-water has cancelled the precautionary "do-not-water" advisory in south san francisco. meaning the water is safe to drink. follow-up test results are normal and confirm that the water quality was not impacted by the breach at the utility's facility early friday morning. advisory cancellation notices are currently being delivered door-to-door to affected customers' properties. cal water is now working with state water officials to fully investigate the breach.
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during the advisory cal water distributed nearly 94 thou water bottles to over three thousand impacted customers in the area. ( marty ) in california news... construction continues at the oroville dam repairing the spillway that crumbled earlier this year. joe khalil explains how officials are now testing a new warning system at the dam. one blast at a time--crews at the oroville dam continue to chip away at the damaged spillway--clearing the way for a new one. john france/dam engineer: "dwr needs to proceed with designing and implementing construction and repairs in the short term." john france leads the "forensics" team of engineers-- tasked with finding out exactly what went wrong with the oroville dam. though his team's work is far from done-- they've already given dwr 24 recommendations--to prepare the spillway for a temporary fix ahead of flood season in the fall. john france/dam engineer: "we believe in all likelihood we aren't going to find a single cause that caused this event. normally there are multiple causes."and as the effort continues-- emergency sirens were tested for the first time friday afternoon-- to alert workers at the dam--in cases of
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emergency.a reminder to people nearby--of the near catastrophe in february--when the emergency spillway failed- -forcing nearly 200,000 people from their homes. breezi kniss/evacuated home: "very scary. my kids were on one side of town, i was on the other side. just horrifying." frankie ledford/evacuated home: "we didn't really have time to pack up much so we just packed up what we could." many who evacuated their homes--like frankie ledford--now say they're more prepared--should the dam fail again. frankie ledford/evacuate d home: "we're ready. we got our stuff, some stuff packed up."breezi kniss/evacuated home: "we do have stuff packed up in the garage, and, in case we did had to go right now."as repairs to the spillway continue into the flood season-- this community will have its eye on on the dam. ( marty ) this is the last day of
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the comedy cluster fest in san francisco. it combines comedy and music at one venue at the civic center and bill graham auditorium. kron 4's ella sogomonian has the details. comedy central and sueprfly partnered up to put on the inaugural colossal clusterfest that goes on until 11 at night. tens of thousands of comedy and music lovers flocked to san francisco's civic center for a first-of-its-kind weekend festival. street closures backed up traffic along polk, grove, larkin, and mcallister streets. sot:"we drove all the way from marin so then we parked in the city and ubered in here and it's fantastic."saturday marked the second of three days of headliners like jerry seinfeld, bill burr, and ice cube. apart from established comedians clusterfest also
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showcases new talent to discover. sot: ella sogomonian, san francisco//"so another bonus at colossal clusterfest is that you get to see up and coming talent as well. and tonight we're joined by someone who has a new show coming out on comedy central, tell me about that."sot: james davis, comedian//"hood adjacent is an exploration of a lot of topics in our society, social topics that apply both to the hood and the mainstream."with a tense political climate many say the comedy festival has made for a sweet escape.sot: "well it's nice to be around people who want to laugh i think it's a good distraction."aside from standup - a fun feature for super fans are interactive set designs like paddy's pub from the show "it's always sunny in philadelphia".sot: it's really fun; it's really cool to be here after watching all the seasons."and a long line of fans waited to hang out in seinfeld's apartment.sot: " what's it like to be in the set designs and actually interact in them?"sot:"it feels like you're i the show, which is what i think all of us really really want is to be in the show." ( marty ) still ahead. after losing game one, a cavaliers player is making a bold statement. we'll show you what he has to stay and preview game two of the finals.
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live look outside... richmond bridge for the weekned... it's the union street music festival in san francisco. come out and enjoy music, drinks and more. it's all happening on union street all day long. the event is free to attend.
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cavs forward j-r smith says cleveland can beat any team in n-b-a history. meanwhile, the giants look to beat the phillies again and oakland hopes to defend home field. kron four's j-r stone has more in sports. ( jr stone ) we are now less than 24 hours away from game two of the n-b-a finals. cavs star j.r. smith says they can beat anyone on a good day including the 96' bulls...we'll get to that in a minute... the warriors and
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cavs had practice today at the oakland practice facility. usually you see three or four cameras at these events...not today though. nba finals and two different teams meant that dozens if not hundreds of reporters and anchors from around the world were there today. after a dominant performance over the phillies the giants were looking for their second straight win in philly. johnny cueto pulled in
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the sixth -- after leaving two on. same inning -- hunter strickland loads the bases and odubel herrera cleans it up with a deep double -- three runs score. the phillies take a 5-1 lead the giants tried rallying from behind -- aaron hill hits an r-b-i single to left field to cut the lead by two philadelphia holds on -- they beat the giants 5-3 meanwhile -- bob melvin and the a's got some revenge on the nationals -- after losing 13-3 last night. oakland offense woke up as they hit four home runs -- three of them were 2- run shots. ryon healy capped off the a's win with his second home run of the game in the seventh inning. oakland wins 10-4. ( marty ) still ahead..
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seeking the truth. thousands of people take to the streets around the country. we'll show you their message to president trump. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. here's a live look at the
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( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)dry weather conditions are forecast through the remainder of the weekend with temperatures remaining slightly below seasonal averages. a warming trend is forecast for the start of the upcoming workweek before cooling occurs during the second half of the week. rain chances also develop later next week.
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( marty ) police arrested one person in connection with the murder of an australian tourist outside a san francisco hotel. it happened friday at 2 a-m. 33-year-old matthew bate got into an argument with two men that turned physical outside the da vinci villa hotel on van ness avenue in russian hill. police said no weapons were involved in the deadly fight. bate worked as a chemist in australia. ( marty in the south y. one person suffered life threatening injuries following a stabbing in san jose. san jose police tell kron 4 news the victim was found at the intersection of east st. john street and north fourth near san jose state just before 6 p-m. at this time police
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say no arrests have been made and they do not have any suspects. ( marty ) in the east bay... we now know the name of the man who died after a car hit him in richmond. the victim has been identified as 68-year-old maravilla ortega. the accident happened at cutting boulevard at south 16th street just before 10. police closed off the busy intersection for several hours to investigate. police tell us the driver stayed at the accident scene and is cooperating with the investigation. and they say it is too early to say now if drugs or alcohol are involved. ( marty ) thousands gathered across the country to protest president trump in the "march for truth". others rallied in support of the president's decision on climate change. ashley corum (core-um) has more on the rallies. "are you ready to march? yeah!" demonstrators from all across the country took to the streets saturday.. united in the "march for truth" protests.
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nats - cheeringorganizers are calling for an independent commission to investigate russian interference in the 2016 u.s. elections ... and possible ties to president trump. they also want congress to requre trump tp release his tax returns. the protests come ahead of testimony by former fbi director, james comey to the senate intelligence committee scheduled for june 8th.linda sarsour / political activist: "it has to be an transparent investigation because the people need to know the truth." the march happening in the nation's capital.. nat-trump, trump, trump trump supporters gathered to back the president's decision to pull the united states out of the paris agreement on climate change.trump: "i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh not paris."nats (chants) trump said his decision to back out was to support american workers. mos:"we wanted to come out and show our appreciation for what the presidents' done following through on his campaign promise."despite facing global disapproval, trump said he was open to renegotiating aspects of the agreement. european union leaders say that's not
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an option. i'm ashley corum reporting. ( marty ) the burning of a pride flag in san luis obispo is being investigated by police as a hate crime. the victim of the flag burning is city mayor heidi harmon. mayor harmon says someone burned the rainbow flag she had displayed at her house in recognition of pride month. the mayor has no doubt that someone did this on purpose. many in the area are upset over what happened. ( marty ) police and mayor harmon say they are unware of any other hate crimes similar to this in the area.
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( marty ) comedian bill maher is under fire for using a racial slur on his h-b-o show. maher used the n-word during an interview with republican senator ben sasse. in a statement the comedian said the word was offensive and he was sorry for using it. the comedian took the beating on twitter, including some calls for him to be fired. h-b-o has called his comment "completely inexcusable and tasteless." sasse wrote on twitter that he wished he had immediately term.cized maher for using the ( marty ) still ahead. li are still searching for any leads after finding the body of a missing college student. we'll show you how the family of aly yeoman remembered her. live look outside... san francisco international airport.
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( marty ) family and friends gathered to celebrate
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the life of aly yeoman. she's the college student who went missing in march. doug johnson explains how loved ones are remembering yeoman as investigators work to determine how she died. "a million times i needed you, a million times i cried, if love alone could have saved you, you never would have died."in gridley and beyond, there's been so much talk about 20-year-old ali yeoman's death.but saturday those who knew her best decided to talk about something else... her life."just last year we had gone to 6 flags, and we'd gone to a tyga concert."so many of her friends shared stories from happier times."and we could hear the bus door open, and we were just like 'oh crap we're going to miss it again, and the bus would always have to wait for us, always like every day."every speaker saying the thing they'll miss most is her smile."when i look
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back, i just hear her laugh, and i see her smile, and that should say something about the person that she is.""we had tons of barbies and dolls growing up, and it was never oh this is mine, or that's yours, it was ours."still, even talking about better days was not so easy to do."but ali will always be someone important to me, and i'll always keep her with me.""i'm just glad that she was able to be a part of my life."after disappearing march 30th, yeoman's body was discovered may 7th in the feather river... less than a half mile from where her pickup truck and phone were found in live oak.the butte county sheriff's office and the coroner's office have yet to release a cause of death... and no arrests have been made."i think that's probably the hardest thing is not knowing, what happened. everyone wants answers, everyone wants closure."as her family released doves into the sky... most agreed while her time here was short, ali's impact on the lives of others will last a long time.anything that i learned from ali it's to love everyone and with kindness, and find the bright side in any make people laugh."
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( marty ) still ahead. a memorial for a dozen dogs who's remains were found dumped in vallejo. the story, coming up. live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)dry weather conditions are forecast through the remainder of the weekend with temperatures remaining slightly below seasonal averages. a warming trend is forecast for the start of the upcoming workweek before cooling occurs during the second half of the week. rain chances also develop later next week.
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( marty ) a historic berkeley
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church is set to reopen this morning. this is the fire that destroyed the first congregationalist church last october.. the church is set to hold services starting at 10 a-m. the fire started near a brick chimney... but investigators have yet to pindown a cause. firefighters who helped put out the fire will be among those in attendance this morning. ( marty ) a new report states 14 people in san francisco were poison after eating "death cap" mushrooms last december. most of the victims recovered. but three people needed liver transplants, including an 18- month-old girl who suffered permanent neurological damage. doctors say these people ate mushrooms collected from the wild. the c-d-c says people should let a mushroom expert examine the mushrooms you've collected or bought before eating them. ( marty ) for the second time in less than a month.... three north bay animal rescue groups are increasing
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the amount of money they're offering in an animal cruelty case in vallejo. in february, at least a dozen dead dogs were found mutilated off columbus parkway. kron four's philippe djegal has the details. (philippe)bill vizza/nats- "you're spirits along with your bodies were crushed." shedding tears for and memorializing as many as a dozen dogs they never knew.... carine peters/nats- "there are meadows and hills for all our special friends." heartstricken animal lovers -- touched by tragedy.monica stevens/nats- "as we reflect upon, uh, these poor dogs that lost their life to some brutal murderer." surrounding the site where carine peters discovered the butchered bodies in february...carine peters/discovered dead dogs- "animals were put on this earth not to, uh, use and abuse, um, they have feelings and i saw that that da with my dogs." volunteers from three north bay non-profit animal rescue groups fly and lay down white kites along columbus parkway at lake herman road... a gesture symbolizing each lost soul. monica stevens/co-founder, jarr- "the fact that a box cutter was left with the animals, there's no doubt that
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the animals were severely tortured and brutally murdered." during the serivce... monica stevens announcing the reward being offered for information that could help solve this case... has been increased from ten to 15-thousand dollars. stevens is the co-founder of jameson animal rescue ranch in the napa valley. her group in tandem with the center for animal rescue and education in solano county... and, norcal bully breed rescue are putting up the money.monica stevens/co-founder, jarr- "we're hoping that, two-fold, one that we can bring the person to justice, but also that we keep them away from further harming any other animals and certainly not harming any humans." as emilie kuhlman (cool-men) sprinkles lavender over what's left of the animals... it pains her to think of the dogs' last moments.emilie kuhlman/volunteer, jarr- "i, i can't. i mean, it, its so greaves, you know, very sad." carine peters/discovered dead dogs- "whoever did this, i
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want them to know that we are watching." in the end, a moment of silence and pledge to never forget. in vallejo, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) a historic launch in florida by space-x. it sent its first recycled cargo ship into orbit with the final destination being the international space station. the falcon rocket lifted off from cape canaveral. carrying a capsule that had been used just about three years ago. but the booster was new. but space-x plans to reuse it at a later date as well. the capsule is suppose to reach the international space station by tomorrow. ( marty ) still ahead. looking for a good cup of joe? we may have a new spot for you. find out where coming up. ( marty ) here's a live look at yosemite this morning.
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and it's also a story about people and while we make more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country, we never forget... that your business is our business the united states postal service. priority: you coffee can make or break
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your day. and one bay area spot is changing the way we drink it. kron 4s vicki liviakas has more on today's dine and dish.. when is a beverage not just a beverage? when it's coffee. hipster barristas serving up these avo-lattes... the new culinary concoction is a java avocado mash-up. and so you'll never be short a hot cup of espresso - the mokase is a smart phone case that serves up a shot on the spot. if the idea of a brown brew doesn't appeal to you - there's always coffee clear. and to prove the force is with you...fans of star wars - can pick up these
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light saber churros at disneyland... (disneyland diners) we are enjoying our sparkle light saber churros!(cat cafe diner) hello my name's... cat cafes are all the rageo it's only logical rats get in on the tion. think ratatouille. diners and rodents share a table at the pop up rat cafe inside san francisco's dungeon. rats are safe - lizards apparently are not. iguana meat is showing up on exotic menus. and yes, it tastes like chicken. orange is the new snack. met with mixed reviews - bk's mac n cheetos. mac cheese in the shape of when is a beverage not just a beverage? when it's coffee. hipster barristas serving up these avo-lattes... the new culinary fog clearing out sooner today than yesterday. a touch breezy. more on your forecast next. ( averi ) coming up... game 2 of the nba finals. i have a preview from oracle after the break. this is a story about mail and packages.
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and if you have any medical conditions. so talk to your doctor about jardiance- the one and only type 2 diabetes treatment with heart. visit jardiance.com for a free consultation with a certified diabetes educator if you qualify. ( marty ) here is a live look from our camera on sutro tower. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)dry weather conditions are forecast through the remainder of the weekend with temperatures remaining slightly below seasonal
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averages. a warming trend is forecast for the start of the upcoming workweek before cooling occurs during the second half of the week. rain chances also develop later next week. ( marty @ landing ) breaking overnight... one person is in the hospital after an officer involved shooting in san leandro. police say it happened around
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3 this morning after a man stole a van from hayward. 2 officer then pursed the person and fired at them. no officers were injured. we'll bring you more information as the details enter our newsroom. ( marty @ landing ) london police have arrested 12 people after a major terror attack in london that left at least seven people dead and 48 others injured. the attack began late saturday night on the london bridge and at a nearby market. police shot and killed say three suspected assailants. rylee carlson is in london with the latest. theresa may/british prime minister: "our country fell victim to a brutal terrorist attack once again."just after 10 pm on the busy streets of london -- heavily armed police officers swarm the london bridge area.police say a white van caused panic as it struck people -- leaving bodies lying in the roadway. then -- police say the suspects ran to borough market-- a popular nightlife spot -- and stabbed patrons inside restaurants.theresa
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may/british prime minister: "all three were wearing what appeared to be explosive vests. but the police have established that this clothing was fake and worn only to spread panic and fear."many fought off the attackers -- using chairs -- pint glasses -- and bottles.cressida dick/metropolitan police commissioner: "many many people risked their own safety to help others and to treat those seriously injured and indeed to confront the suspects involved."others hid behind tables and in bathrooms -- or ran to safety.witness: "i just heard like police, riot control - like language you know like direct."the armed officers responded -- killing the three suspected terrorists.cressida dick/metropolitan police commissioner: "our officers confronted the suspects and brought this terrible incident to a conclusion within 8 minutes."cressida dick/metropolitan police commissioner: "it's clear to me the courage of those people during and following the attack as extraordinary and i pay tribute to all of them." ( marty ) after the attack president
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trump took to twitter. he tweeted: "we need to be smart, vigilant and tough. we need the courts to give us back our rights. we need the travel ban as an extra level of safety!" ( marty ) the attack happened on the eve a benefit concert for the victims of last month's attack in manchester. 22 people were killed, and dozens more were injured when a bomber blew himself up just as an ariana grande concert was wrapping up. grande is headlining the benefit tonight. numerous stars including justin bieber and katy perry have all signed on for the show with all proceeds going to an emergency fund setup to help the victims. ( marty @ landing ) police in the phillippines say the suspect in a casino attack in manila was deeply in debt who was addicted to gambling. the philippines president visited the families of victims of the attack
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staff and guests of "resorts world manila" were among the 37 people who died in the attack. police in the philippines say that the attack was a robbery, not terrorism. the government says this ends the isis claim that it carried out the attack. ( marty ) we have been sending out alerts as information on these attacks has entered our newsroom. the best way to keep up with breaking news is through the kron four mobile app. it is free for download for both apple and android devices. ( marty ) happening tonight.. game two of the n-b-a finals between the golden state warriors and cleveland cavaliers. kron four's averi harper is in oakland this morning with a game preview. good morning averi. ( averi )the shots were flying saturday with the warriors just three wins away from their second n-b-a title in three years.coach steve kerr was again on the floor at practicebut as to whether or
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not he'll be on the sidelines sundaywill be a gametime decision.someone else golden state has been happy to have backis kevin durant.he was gone for a month during the regular season with an injury, but has been a huge asset in the playoffs.he had 38 points, eight assists, and eight rebounds in game one.draymond grn says the team's adjustment to having k-d backhasn't been what you might think.durant himself said he's been getting some pointers from retired two-time m-v-p steve nash.k-d is expecting cleveland to come out much more for sunday's game.the defending champion cavaliers spoke highly of each other before their practice began.steph curry said rigorous áindividual workouts have been part of around the warriors.knows? - maybe another ringthis time with a perfect record through the playoffs.
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ready for.">( averi ) the warriors lead the series 1 to nothing. game 2 is set for 5:00 tonight in oakland. ( marty ) thanks averi. ( marty ) after the game, we will have extended coverage on kron four news at eight and ten. on sports night live at nine, bip roberts and j-r stone will break everything down. gary radnich and mark caenter will be live from oracle as well.
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( marty ) still ahead. a warning for people who drink water in one bay area city... we'll have the latest on the advisory this morning. and. the race is on for crews to finish repairing the damaged oroville dam. we will take you inside the work to replace the spillways and the big test that was just conducted. and next. perhaps it is a sign of the times. the alarming statistic about the future of shopping malls. after the break. come on...you can do it! dogs just won't quit. neither does frontline. that's why there's frontline gold. with its easy applicator frontline gold delivers powerful protection that doesn't quit for a full 30 days. its triple action formula is relentless at killing fleas and ticks. frontline gold. the latest innovation from the maker of frontline plus. for persistent protection you can trust... good boy! go for the gold. frontline gold. available at your vet. for your money: .here are
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the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. ( marty ) a new report says at least one out of every five shopping malls in the u-s will go out of business in the next five years. it estimates that a record 86-hundred stores will close this year alone. and between 20-percent and 25-percent of american malls will close within five years. people are shopping online more than ever and the report says there
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are too many stores that's caused a retail bubble. the report estimates that as malls close, online sales could double from 17-percent of retail sales today to 35- percent by 20-30. ( dave )fog clearing out sooner today than yesterday. a touch breezy. mo on ur weekend forecast next. for the weekned... it's the butterfly and bird festival in fremont. come out and enjoy nature up close and personal. it's all happening at the coyote hill reginal park from 10 to 3. the event is free to attend.
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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! here's a live look at the
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embarcadero this morning.
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toss to weather. (dave)dry weather conditions are forecast through the remainder of the weekend with temperatures remaining slightly below seasonal averages. a warming trend is forecast for the start of the upcoming workweek before cooling occurs during the second half of the week. rain chances also develop later next week.
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( marty ) cal-water has cancelled the precautionary "do-not-water" advisory in south san francisco. meaning the water is safe to drink. follow-up test results are normal and confirm that the water quality was not impacted by the breach at the utily's cility early friday morning. advisory cancellation notices are currently being delivered door-to-door to affected customers' properties. cal water is now working with state water officials to fully investigate the breach. during the advisory cal water distributed nearly 94 thousand water bottles to over three thousand impacted customers in the area. ( marty ) in california news... construction continues at the oroville dam repairing the spillway that
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crumbled earlier this year. joe khalil explains how officials are now testing a new warning system at the dam. one blast at a time--crews at the oroville dam continue to chip away at the damaged spillway--clearing the way for a new one. john france/dam engineer: "dwr needs to proceed with designing and implementing construction and repairs in the short term." john france leads the "forensics" team of engineers-- tasked with finding out exactly what went wrong with the oroville dam. though his team's work is far from done-- they've already given dwr 24 recommendations--to prepare the spillway for a temporary fix ahead of flood season in the fall. john france/dam engineer: "we believe in all likelihood we aren't going to find a single cause that caused this event. normally there are multiple causes."and as the effort continues-- emergency sirens were tested for the first time friday
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afternoon-- to alert workers at the dam--in cases of emergency.a reminder to people nearby--of the nr catastrophe in february--wh the emergency spillway failed- -forcing nearly 200,000 people from their homes. breezi kniss/evacuated home: "very scary. my kids were on one side of town, i was on the other side. just horrifying." frankie ledford/evacuated home: "we didn't really have time to pack up much so we just packed up what we could." many who evacuated their homes--like frankie ledford--now say they're more prepared--should the dam fail again. frankie ledford/evacuate d home: "we're ready. we got our stuff, some stuff packed up."breezi kniss/evacuated home: "we do have stuff packed up in the garage, and, in case we did had to go right now."as repairs to the spillway continue into the flood season-- this community will have its eye on on the dam. ( marty ) this is the last day of the comedy cluster fest in san francisco. it combines comedy and music at
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one venue at the civic center and bill graham auditorium. kron 4's ella sogomonian has the comedy central and sueprfly partnered up to put on the inaugural colossal clusterfest that goes on until 11 at night. tens of thousands of comedy and music lovers flocked to san francisco's civic center for a first-of-its-kind weekend festival. street closures backed up traffic along polk, grove, larkin, and mcallister stets. so"we drove all the way from marin then we parked in the city and ubered in here and it's fantastic."saturday marked the second of three days of headliners like jerry seinfeld, bill burr, and ice cube. apart from established comedians clusterfest also showcases new talent to discover. sot: ella sogomonian, san francisco//"so another bonus at colossal clusterfest is that you get to see up and coming talent as well. and tonight we're joined by someone who has a new show coming out on comedy central, tell me about that."sot: james davis, comedian//"hood adjacent is an exploration of
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a lot of topics in our society, social topics that apply both to the hood and the mainstream."with a tense political climate many say the comedy festival has made for a sweet escape.sot: "well it's nice to be around people who want to laugh i think it's a good distraction."aside from standup - a fun feature for super fans are interactive set designs like paddy's pub from the show "it's always sunny in philadelphia".sot: it's really fun; it's really cool to be here after watching all the seasons."and a long line of fans waited to hang out in seinfeld's apartment.sot: " what's it like to be in the set designs and actually interact in them?"sot:"it feels like which is what i think all of us really really want is to be in the show." ( marty ) still ahead. after losing game one, a cavaliers player is making a bold statement. we'll show you what he has to stay and preview game two of the finals.
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bay area sports.. cavs forward j-r smith says cleveland can beat any team in
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n-b-a history. meanwhile, the giants look to beat the phillies again and oakland hopes to defend home field. kron four's j-r stone has re in sports. ( stone ) we are now less than 24 hours away from game two of the n-b-a finals. cavs star j.r. smith says they can beat anyone on a good day including the 96' bulls...we'll get to that in a minute... the warriors and cavs had practice today at the oakland practice facility. usually you see three or four cameras at these events...not today though. nba finals and two different teams meant that dozens if not hundreds of reporters and anchors from around the world were there today. after a dominant performance dominant after a today.
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after a dominant performance over the phillies the giants we looking for their second straight win in philly. johnny cueto pulled in the sixth -- after leaving two on. same inning -- hunter strickland loads the bases and odubel herrera cleans it up with a deep double -- three runs score. the phillies take a 5-1 lead the giants tried rallying from behind -- aaron hill hits an r-b-i single to left field to cut the lead by two
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philadelphia holds on -- they beat the giants 5-3 meanwhile -- bob melvin and the a's got some revenge on the nationals -- after losing 13-3 last night. oakland offense woke up as they hit four home runs -- three of them were 2-run shots. ryon healy capped off the a's win with his second home run of the game in the seventh inning. oakland wins 10-4. ( marty ) still ahead.. seeking the truth. thousands of people take to the streets around the country. we'll show you their message to president trump. live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)dry weather conditions are forecast through the remainder of the weekend with temperatures remaining slightly below seasonal averages. a warming trend is forecast for the start of the upcoming workweek before cooling occurs during the second half of the week. rain chances also develop later next week. ( marty ) police arrested one
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person in connection with the murder of an australian tourist outside a san francisco hotel. it happened friday at 2 a-m. 33-year-old matthew bate got into an argument with two men that turned physical outside the da vinci villa hotel on van ness avenue in russian hill. police said no weapons were involved in the deadly fight.
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bate worked as a chemist in australia. ( marty ) in the south bay... one person suffered life threatening injuries following a stabbing in san jose. san jose police tell kron 4 news the victim was found at the intersection of east st. john street and north fourth near san jose state just before 6 p-m. at this time police say no arrests have been made and they do not have any suspects. ( marty ) in the east bay... we now know the name of the man who died after a car hit him in richmond. the victim has been identified as 68-year-old maravilla ortega. the accident happened at cutting boulevard at south 16th street just before 10. police closed off the busy intersection for several hours to investigate. police tell us the driver stayed at the accident scene and is cooperating with the investigation. and they say it is too early to say now if drugs or alcohol are involved. ( marty ) thousands gathered across the country to est presidentrump in the
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"march for truth". others rallied in support of the president's decision on climate change. ashley corum (core-um) has more on the rallies. "are you ready to march? yeah!" demonstrators from all across the country took to the streets saturday.. united in the "march for truth" protests. nats - cheeringorganizers are calling for an independent commission to investigate russian interference in the 2016 u.s. elections ... and possible ties to president trump. they also want congress to requre trump tp release his tax returns. the protests come ahead of testimony by former fbi director, james comey to the senate intelligence committee scheduled for june 8th.linda sarsour / political activist: "it has to be an transparent investigation because the people need to know the truth." the march wasn't the only rally happening in the nation's capital.. nat-trump, trump, trump trump supporters
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gathered to back the president's decision to pull the united states out of the paris agreement on climate change.trump: "i was elected to represent the citizens of pittsburgh not paris."nats (chants) trump said his decision to back out was to support american workers. mos:"we wanted to come out and show our appreciation for what the presidents' done following through on his campaign promise."despite facing global disaroval, trump said he was open to renegotiating aspects of the agreement. european union leaders say that's not an option. i'm ashley corum reporting. ( marty ) fremont police have identified the man shot by an officer after they say he refused to put down a metal pipe. officers say rolonte simril was in a grocery store parking lot last week waving a metal pipe at people and threatening to hurt someone. officers ordered him to put down the pipe. he then ran away. police say an
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officer unsuccessfully tried to tase the man. simril then ignored several more orders to put down the pipe. then he approached officers who then shot him three times. ( marty ) the burning of a pride flag in san luis obispo is being investigated by police as a hate crime. the victim of the flag burning is city mayor heidi harmon. mayor harmon says someone burned the rainbow flag she had displayed at her house in recognition of pride month. the mayor has no doubt that someone did this on purpose. many in the area are upset over what happened. ( marty ) police and mayor harmon say they are unware of any other hate crimes similar to this in the area. ( marty ) still ahead. police are still searching for any leads after finding the body of a missing college student. we'll show you how the family of aly yeoman
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remembered her. live look outside... san frcisco international airport. for the weekned... it's the art and wine fest in walnut creek. come out and enjoy drinks and some good music. it's all happening at heather farm park from 11 to 6 the event is free to attend. did you know 90% of couples disagree on mattress firmness? fortunately there's a bed where you both get what you want every night.
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where a walk down main street... there's a place like no other... 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! family and friends
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gathered to celebrate the life of aly yeoman. she's the college student who went missing in march. doug johnson explains how love ones are remembering yeoman as investigators work to deteine how shdied. "a million times i needed you, a million times i cried, if love alone could have saved you, you never would have died."in gridley and beyond, there's been so much talk about
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20-year-old ali yeoman's death. but saturday those who knew her best decided to talk about something else... her life. "just last year we had gone to 6 flags, and we'd gone to a tyga concert."so many of her friends shared stories from happier times."and we could hear the bus door open, and we were just like 'oh crap we're going to miss it again, and the bus would always have to wait for us, always like every day."every speaker saying the thing they'll miss most is her smile."when i look back, i just hear her laugh, and i see her smile, and that should say something about the person that she is.""we had tons of barbies and dolls growing up, and it was never oh this is mine, or that's yours, it was ours."still, even talking about better days was not so easy to do."but ali will always be someone important to me, and i'll always keep her
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with me.""i'm just glad that she was able to be a part of my life."after disappearing march 30th, yeoman's body was discovered may 7th in the feather river... less than a half mile from where her pickup truck and phone were found in live oak.the butte county sheriff's office and the coroner's to release a death... and no been made."i think that's probably the hardest thing is not knowing, what happened. everyone wants answers, closure."as her family doves into the sky... most agreed while was short, ali's impact on others will last a long time."if there's anything that i learned from ali ( marty ) still ahead. a memorial for a dozen dogs who's remains were found dumped in vallejo. the story, coming up. live look outside... san mateo bridge. for the weekned... it's the planetary dance at mount tam. come out and enjoy celebrating a healthy planet. it's all happening at the santos meadows starting
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at 11. the event is free to attend.
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( marty ) live look outside...sutro tower. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)dry weather conditions are forecast through the remainder of the weekend with temperatures remaining slightly below seasonal averages. a warming trend is forecast for the start the upcoming workweek before cooling occurs during the second half of the week. rain chances also develop later next week.
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( marty ) a historic berkeley church is set to reopen this morning. this is the fire that destroyed the first congregationalist church last october.. the church is set to hold services starting at 10 a-m. the fire started near a brick chimney... but investigators have yet to pindown a cause. firefighters who helped put out the fire will be among those in attendance this morning. ( marty ) a new report states 14 people in san francisco were poison after eating "death cap" mushrooms last december. most of the victims recovered. but
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three people needed liver transplants, including an 18- month-old girl who suffered permanent neurological damage. doctors say these people ate mushrooms collected from the wild. the c-d-c says people should let a mushroom expert examine the mushrooms you've collected or bought before eating them. ( marty ) for the second time in less than a month.... three north bay animal rescue groups are increasing the amount of money they're offering in an animal cruelty case in vallejo. in february, at least a dozen dead dogs were found mutilated off columbus parkway. kron four's philippe djegal has the details. (philippe)bill vizza/nats- "you're spirits along with your bodies were crushed." shedding tears for and memorializing as many as a dozen dogs they never knew.... carine peters/nats- "there are meadows and hills for all our special friends." heartstricken animal lovers --
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touched by tragedy.monica stevens/nats- "as we reflect upon, uh, these poor dogs that lost their life to some brutal murderer." surrounding the site where carine peters discovered the butchered bodies in february...carine peters/discovered dead dogs- "animals were put on this earth not to, uh, use and abuse, um, they have feelings and i saw that that da with my dogs." volunteers from three north bay non-profit animal rescue groups fly and lay down white kites along columbus parkway at lake herman road... a gesture symbolizing each lost soul. monica stevenco-founder, jarr- "the fact that a box cutter was left with the animals, there's no doubt that the animals were severely tortured and brutally murdered." during the serivce... monica stevens announcing the reward being offered for information that
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could help solve this case... has been increased from ten to 15-thousand dollars. stevens is the co-founder of jameson animal rescue ranch in the napa valley. her group in tandem with the center for animal rescue and education in solano county... and, norcal bully breed rescue are putting up the money.monica stevens/co-founder, jarr- "we're hoping that, two-fold, one that we can bring the person to justice, but also that we keep them away from further harming any other animals and certainly not harming any humans." as emilie kuhlman (cool-men) sprinkles lavender over what's left of the animals... it pains her to think of the dogs' last moments.emilie kuhlman/volunteer, jarr- "i, i can't. i mean, it, its so greaves, you know, very sad." carine peters/discovered dead dogs- "whoever did this, i want them to know that we are watching." in the end, a moment of silence and pledge to never forget. in vallejo, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) happening tomorrow... tv-icon bill cosby will go on trial in philadelphia for a sexual assault case. it will largely rest on the testimony of one woman, andrea constand. friends describe the 44- year-old as upbeat, calm and focused ahead of the trial. she met cosby when she worked for the women's basketball
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team at temple university. that's cosby's alma mater. constand says cosby ugge and assaulted her in 2004. cosby says the encounter was consensual. the 79-year- old cosby could get 10 years in prison if convicted. ( marty ) a historic launch in florida by space-x. it sent its first recycled cargo ship into orbit with the final destination being the international space station. the falcon rocket lifted off from cape canaveral. carrying a capsule that had been used just about three years ago. but the booster was new. but space-x plans to reuse it at a later date as well. the capsule is suppose to reach the international space station by tomorrow. ( marty ) still ahead. from lightsaber churros to dining with cats, we'll show you some of the strangest food trends in the bay area. ( marty ) here's a live look at yosemite this morning. for the weekned... it's the inside out music
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festival in napa. come out and enjoy 40 bands at 30 locations. it's all happening all over napa all day long. the event is free to attend. handballer 1: you know what i could go for? some scrambled eggs and pancakes.
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lilly: we got a craving! go, go, go!! crashing cravings in the crave van! jack's gonna crash your crave! jack: hey, guys. try my jumbo breakfast platter with sausage or bacon, plus 8 mini pancakes, eggs and a hash brown for just $2.99. handballer 2: $2.99? how 'bout we play you for it. handballers: oooooooh. jack vo: you crave it, we serve it. try my $2.99 jumbo breakfast platter. crave van! coffee can make or
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break your day. and one bay area spot is changing the way we drink it. kron 4s vicki liviakas has more on today's dine and dish.. when is a beverage not just a beverage? when it's coffee. ipster barristas serving up these avo-lattes... the new culinary concoction is a java avocado mash-up. and so you'll never be short a hot cup of espresso - the mokase is a smart phone case that serves up a shot on the
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spot. if the idea of a brown brew doesn't appeal to you - there's always coffee clear. and to prove the force is with you...fans of star wars - can pick up these light saber churros at disneyland... (disneyland diners) we are enjoying our sparkle light saber churros!(cat cafe diner) hello my name's... cat cafes are all the rage so it's only logical rats get in on the action. think ratatouille. diners and rodents share a table at the pop up rat cafe inside san francisco's dungeon. rats are safe - lizards apparently are not. iguana meat is showing up on exotic menus. and yes, it tastes like chicken. orange is the new snack. met with mixed reviews - bk's mac n cheetos. mac cheese in the shape of cheetos. easier to eat without a fork for sure.(vicki liviakis) if plain old fashioned oreos just doesn't do it for you anymore... you can pick up a bag of fireworks oreos...with popping candy that goes off in your mouth. speaking of mouth - forget white strips - a homemade tumerick and coconut oil paste is all the rage. (vicki liviakis) hard to imagine - this is supposed to make your teeth whiter. maybe once you wash it out. ( marty ) and we want to share big
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news for kron 4 news. our news team won an emmy for our breaking newcovege of the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire. on the left is producer cory martinez. and on the right is janice gin-- our assistant news director who was the executive producer of that newscast. ad lib final 7 day forecast
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thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ... and tonight for kron 4 news at eight.
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joel osteen: well god bless you! it's a joy to come into your homes. if you're ever in our area, please stop by and be a part of one of our services. i promise you we'll make you feel right at home. i like to start with something funny. i heard about these two men named archie and jack. they had debated their whole life as to whether jesus was white or wther hwas black. archie was certain he was white. jack was just as sure he was black. as fate would have it, they both died on the same day, rushed to

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