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estacio - who has the latest now on the investigation. terisa? (estacio reporting) terror at the ups distribution center in san francsico - 911 calls started coming in around 855am - reports of an active shooter firing off his weapon - police rushed to the scene. tony chaplin, asst chief sfpd. " officers encountered shooting victims and immediately evacuated them, getting them to a safe location to begin treatment. " other tactical law enforcement pushed into the facility in an attempt to hunt down the shooter. chaplin. "one contact team located the suspect who was still armed with aan assault pistol - the suspect put eh gun to his head and discharged the weapon, officers immediately administrered aide to the suspect." as ambulances rushed 6 victims to the hospital,
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look at this employees trapped scrambled to the roof of the ups building . raising their hands to show they were not involved and needed help. chaplin. the suspect is deceased as are 3 of the shooting victims. as investigators now try to piece together what happened - and why - authorities are reflecting and reaching out to victims and their families. rosemary turner. "i am most concerned about ups employees and make sure there are enough counselors that are needed on site and if i could ask please keep ups in your prayers. ed lee, sf mayor. "this tragedy impacts everyone, we want to make sure ups and employees know they have the city behind them, helping them." (estacio live) sfpd will confirm that the shooter did have a ups uniform when he came into the building, but they are not confirming if he was an employee at this facility also, we do not know anythig more about the 2 guns they retrieved whether they were registered to the shooter and lastly, motive, and is still a very big part of this investigation why did the
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shooter open fire at colleagues. in sf, te (vicki) u-p-s releasing this statement earlier today about this tragic incident... it says quote, "the company is saddened and deeply concerned about affected employees, family members and the community we share. a representative from u-p-s spoke about the tragic incident earlier today...this is what she had to say...
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concerned about my employees to make sure that we have as many councilors that are needed on site for all of their support. and if i could at this time... just ask all of you to please keep ups-ers in your prayers and all of those impacted. we are working diligently with authorities to make sure that we inform the families as soon as possible."> (grant) our team coverage on this deadly shooting continues now with kron four's philippe djegal... he is also standing by live from the crime scene... philippe -- you spoke with u-p-s workers who were there, and survived. yes, grant... and, those workers say for all the wrong reasons, this will be a memorable day. u-p-s employees tell me this all happened so fast -- that at first, they werent sure it was
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real. (philippe)nats- "all ups employees -- let's go." amid the chaos...nick/ups driver- "we were in the center when the first shots rang out inside the building." u-p-s truck driver nick describes panic as he rushed outside.nick/ups driver- "that's where i saw one of our guys get shot, saw, i saw the first shot and i turned and ran. so, uh, little shook up." same goes for the rest of his colleagues. initially, witnesses inside the u-p-s building say the area was locked down... no one allowed in or out. shortly after learning the shooter was dead and there was no longer an immediate threat. workers streamed out of the building... those who witnessed the shooting, separated from their co- workers... headed in another direction with investigators for further questioning... nick is just grateful to be alive. nick/ups driver- "thankfully, i ran across the street, otherwise i would have been right there, um, and that's that's when the, uh, second series of shots rang out." stumped by what would drive the gunman to open fire puzzles nick. who says he couldn't make out the shooter or the colleague he saw get shot.nick/ups- "circumstances are strange. um, and, uh, i don't know. just, uh, there's a lot of bad energy in there.
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uh, if you see someone stressed out, ask them if they're doing ok, and, um, you know, pray and meditate everyone." for a while, those u-p-s workers were just standing around as a group in the middle of the street. some shaking their heads, trying to come to gripes with what they just saw... now, they're thinking about the people who unfortunately did not make it out of this alive. live in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. (vicki) as we have mentioned 4 people including the gunman are dead another two are woundedthey were taken to san francisco general hospital.. that's where kron 4's dan kerman is standing by dan (vicki) and we first alerted
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you of today's deadly shooting through a push alert around 9:30 this morning. to get the latest breaking news - download the free kron four mobile app. (grant) another story breaking right now. travis air force base in fairfield is on lock-down after a shooting. there was actually a security ádrill there today...but this is the real thing. at least one shot has been fired. it's unclear who pulled the trigger, and if anyone was hit. the main gate to the base has been closed and people are being told to stay away. we'll keep you posted on developments there. nat gunfire(vicki)(vicki)our
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other big story this hour ... a gunman opens fire on a group of republican lawmakers practicing for a charity baseball game.... bullet holes in nearby office windows(vicki) majority whip steve scalise is in critical condition tonight, and three other people were also wounded.(grant)the gunman was killed by capitol police. catherine heenan is here with what we know tonight. (catherine)members of both parties reacted with shock at what appears to be a politically motivated shooting. the gunman was described as a former bernie sanders volunteer fed up with the rhetoric in washington.his friends say they had no idea he would travel from his suburban st. louis home, armed with a handgun and a rifle. gunfireshots being fired and there are people running possibly victims involvedsen. jeff flake/r -az-: "all of a sudden we heard a very loud shot. everybody thought, sounds like a gun, the gunman
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was over by the third base dug out with a clear view of the field and everybody on it. then all of a sudden, a couple more shots. and we knew what it was."more shotsi see the rifle barrel and a white male taking careful aim at congressmen, staffers and whoever he could get a hold of." the shots came from behind the third base dugout at the practice field in alexandria, virginia."i heard steve scalise scream. and i don't remember exactly what he said. but it was clear that something bad happened." louisiana congressman steve scalise was hit in the hip as he stood at second base."you could see where he crawled from across some of the infield and the trail of blood to where he was.arizona senator jeff flake and others took cover in the first base dugout as the gunman approached,""pretty chaotic. we had a gunman with a lot of rounds and people shot, down, others trying to find cover.< rep. chuck fleischmann (r) tn > "we were sitting ducks in that dugout." "you have a baseball bat. they have a rifle. you're defenseless."< rep. chuck fleischmann (r) tn > "we were literally just crying for help and help did finally arrive more nattwo capitol police officers were injured as they traded fire, they were taking on a guy with a rifle from 90 to 120 feet away. they had pistols, he had a rifle had they not been there i think it would be a massacre.president
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trump: "many lives would have been lost if not for the heroic actions of the two capitol police officers who took down the gunman despite sustaining gunshot wounds during a very very brutal assault."president trump: "authorities are continuing to investigate the crime and the assailant has now died from his injuries"66-year-old james hodgkinson lived in this house in belleville, illinois.
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(catherine) the fbi says the shooter has been in the alexandria area since march.. they're asking the public for more information about his activities there.tonight - congressman scalise remains in critical condition. and the charity baseball game between the republicans and democrats will go on as planned tomorrow. grant and vicki? (vicki) more breaking news out of the nation's capitol right now... according to the washington post... special counsel robert mueller who is investigating russia's meddling in the 20-16 election.... is also looking into whether president trump attempted to obstruct justice. the president has said that he received assurances from former fbi director james comey that he was not under investigation. but according to the post that changed after comey's firing. the white house has not commented on the report. (grant) a massive fire rips through an apartment building in london...
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leaving a dozen people dead - and several others injured. coming up, hear from witnesses who describe the terrifying event, plus how they made it out alive. (vicki) and, we now know what caused nearly a dozen people to fall ill... while shopping in an east bay mall. (grant) but first, we'll have an update on our top story. ups employees describe what they saw during today's deadly shooting in san francisco. hear from them in a live report - right after the break. (brittney) i'm chief meteorologist brittney shipp, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break. one laugh, and hello sensitive bladder.
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so i tried always discreet. i didn't think protection this thin could work. but the super absorbent core turns liquid to gel. snap! so it's out of sight... ...and out of mind. always discreet. for bladder leaks. (vicki) back to our
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breaking news story - out of san francisco... where a gunman opened fire inside a ups facility.(grant) 4 people are dead - including the gunman... kron four's haaziq madyun spoke to witnesses and joins us live now... from the scene with more. haaziq? (haaziq live)as this tragedy was unfolding here at the ups building in san francsico this morning there were some folks just outside the police perimeter looking desparately toward the crime scene...one of those people, a woman, says the shooter looked in her direction diana keller is describing what happened this morning inside the ups building on 17th street in san francisco. she says she works in the building and made eye contact with the shooter
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still">she says she ran for cover inside a bystanders home across the streetsan francisco resident amos gregory was in the area when the shooting occurred and recorded this video at the scene (haaziq live)that sense of shock and sadness continues here in this typically quiet potreo hill neighbood...back to you in the studio (vicki) a big story we are following tonight... at least a dozen people dead and nearly 80 others were hospitalized for smoke inhalation... after a massive fire ripped through
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an apartment building in west london.... we first broke this story last night on the kron4 news at eight.... the fire happened just after one in the morning our time... at the building known as the grenfell tower... about 125 families were inside the building sleeping when the fire broke out... and as of right now... the fire is under control but the building is smoldering... hundreds of firefighters and emergency crews are working to figure out just how many people are still trapped inside.... some witnesses say people were jumping out of windows trying to get to safety...
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redevelopment... fire crews are trying to figure out what started this fire.... the community is working together to help survivors of the fire, donating clothes, food and water and offering shelter... (grant) state prosecuters charged contra costa county district attorney mark peterson with 12 counts of perjury and one count of grand theft for his misuse of campaign funds... peterson was fined 45-thousand dollars last year for violating the california political reform act. the commission says he spent over 66-thsaound dollars of tcampaign money on personal expenses...on meals, clothing and other things... and failed to report any of that spending in his campaign finance disclosure documents. peterson is also facing mounting pressure to resign because of his misconduct.. the board of the union is recommending a no confidence vote... that vote expecting to take place in two weeks. (vicki) fire investigators say pepper spray is believed to be the substance that sickened eleven people inside a j-c penney store in the east bay.... it happened around
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six last night at the store on slatten ranch road in antioch... eleven people complained about having trouble breathing... two of them were taken to a nearby hospital. the store was evacuated while the hazmat crew went inside to investigate... they gave the all clear at about 9:30 last night... all people are expected to be okay... no word on where the pepper spray originated from. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp.
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the region-wide warming trend is forecast to continue today into thursday as high pressure builds over the southwestern portion of the country. by friday and into the weekend, inland temperatures will warm to as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages and begin to pose potential heat related illnesses. dry weather conditions and mostly clear/sunny skies will also prevail through the forecast period.
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(vicki) warriors fans listen up! we are now less than 24-hours away from tomorrow's parade celebrating the 2017 nba champs. still ahead, we'll have everything you need to know... to stay safe tomorrow and avoid traffic. (grant) and next, a senior prank gone wrong. why students at one east bay high school - are being forced to come back to school even after graduation.
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it's a tradition for graduating seniors to leave their mark or participate in some kind of "senior prank" at irvington high school in fremont. (grant) but as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, this year the prank got out of control and resulted in vandalism and graffiti that included a swastika. mostly scrubbed clean, you can
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still make out the large, offensive swastikia and other graffiti that was scrawled on pavement in the courtyard here at irvington high school. and you can still see traces of the flour and oil that was dumped onto the hallways. principal sarah barrious showed me how door locks were jammed with clay.sarah barrious/principal"...as i walked down the hallways i saw the flour and oil and then i saw the graffiti and the profanity and how they had drawn pictures of human anatomy...."a disappointed barrious says as many as 50 seniors came onto campus on sunday and what was supposed to a senior prank, which usually results in mostly minor shenanigans, quickly got out of control. pipes and other stuff tossed into the empty pool and profanity left on the pool walls. sarah barrious/principal" ....i think you have a high level of expectation for their behavior so of course it's disappointing when they
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disrespect their campus and their school on their way out the door..."the student newspaper, which posted these pictures of the entire class being made to clean up the mess, voiced it's outrage at how hate symbols like a swastika had marred an otherwise light hearted school tradition.rob fladeboe/fremont the investigation has concluded that there were a handful of instigators who will be allowed to walk at graduation on friday but they will have to come back and perform a few days of community service before they get their diplomas...in fremont rob fladeboe kron 4 news (grant) coming up, a shooting at a san francisco ups facility leaves 4 people dead. what police are learning about the suspect. (vicki) plus, an arizona psychic - did not see this coming. we'll show you what happens next in this video, that will leave you speechless.
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continuing our breaking news story out of san francisco... four people killed in a shooting at a u-p-s facility... (grant) here is what we know... it happened just before nine this morning at the company's facility in san francisco's potrero hill nighborhood...on san bruno avenue near 17th street... six people were shot... four are dead including the gunman
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who killed himslf... two victims are severely injured... (vicki) and we just learned that family members have identified one of the victims of the shooting... he is 46-year-old mike lefiti... he was a u-p-s driver... lefiti's cousin says lefiti was devoted to his wife, family and kids. co-worker's of lefiti's say mike was a big man, but humble and always happy.(grant) police say they went inside the the facility and confronted the shooter... who shot himself once he saw officers. officers did not shoot at the gunman... s-f-p-d is trying to figure out if the gunman was a u-p-s employee because he was dressed in a brown u-p-s uniform at the time of the shooting. (vicki) (vicki) authorities are not
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releasing the names of the people killed and they are trying to figure out the kind of gun was used in the shooting. about 350 employees work at the facility which operates as a package sorting hub and delivery center. (grant) another update to a breaking news story we've been following... the lockdown at travis air force base in fairfield has been lifted. officials say a false report of a shooting - prompted the lockdown. there was a training exercise underway at the base at the time... and officails say someone took that to be an active shooter. (vicki) happening now. a 64-year old woman has diedafter a hit-and-run crash in milpitas. santosh jaim
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died earlier todayshe succumbed to her injuries from an earlier hit and run the 64-year-old was hit june fifth in a crosswalk on south main streetnear o'toole elms park. police obtained surveillance video from nearby businesses that showed this white 2011 dodge avenger sedan hitting jainthen speeding off. officers arrested the driver, 35-year-old lorelay robles-partida the following day. she's been booked into santa clara county jail on suspicion of felony hit-and- run. (grant) the university of california system may soon face new financial restrictions. lawmakers plan to pass a budget tomorrow that withholds 50-million dollars from the u-c system if they do not meet audit recommendations. this comes after an audit found administrators hid 175-million dollars in the president's office. lawmakers will also have more control over funding for the u-s president's office. u-c president janet napolitano
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says she is committed to keeping clearer records. she has disputed the audit charge though saying the money in the reserves totals 38- million dollars. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. the region-wide warming trend is forecast to continue today into thursday as high pressure builds over the southwestern portion of the country. by friday and into the weekend, inland temperatures will warm to as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages and begin to pose potential heat related illnesses. dry weather conditions and mostly clear/sunny skies will also prevail through the forecast period.
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(vicki) new charges in the case of flint's lead-tainted water crisis. . . several state officials have been charged with involuntary manslaughter . . .in connection with a legionnaires disease outbreak that killed 12 people. the head of the michigan health department is among the officials charged. he is accused of failing to alert the public about the disease outbreak in the flint area.. . . which some experts are linking to some of the poor water quality. the city began using the water from the flint river in 2014. . . but did not treat it. (glo)in arizona . . . a psychic's scary brush with
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death is all caught on surveillance camera. take a look here. . . blair robertson is eating his breakfast on the left.that's when the car slams right through the restaurant window. for a second he is pinned to the dividing wall . . . but is able to walk away as if nothing even happened. robertson miraculously only suffered a few bumps and bruises. blair is a psychic. . .but he says it was something he did not see coming.even his doctors are amazed. "i just stood up and walked away..."the doctors who have seen me said it's a miracle that i'm not dead..."no word yet on what caused the driver to veer into the restaurant. blaire says that even though he is a psychic. . . many times they cannot read their own lives. (grant) still ahead... final preparations are now underway for the warriors parade... find out everything you need to know about tomorrow's celebrations - in a live report next. (vicki) stocks are down today on wallstreet... as
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investors are worried about weak retail sales and sinking oil prices. the dow rose 46 points. the nasdaq down nearly 26 points. and the s&p slid 2 points. we'll be right back...
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[ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] (grant) we are now less
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than 24-hours away from
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tomorrows warriors parade... the city of oakland is gearing up for more than a million fans to take the city. (vicki) kron four's justine waldman is in oakland for us tonight... with everything you need to know about tomorrow. (grant) and here's a look at the
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map of tomorrow's parade route... again it starts at 10:00 tomorrow morning at 11th and broadway... eventually making its way to lakeside drive.... ending on oak street...then the players and coaches will make their way to the convention center for the rally. fans can start lining up for the rally near lake merritt boulevard and 12th street starting at 5 a-m. (grant) and on kron4.com...you can
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reference specifics on the parade route...plus additional advice from bart. also, we have fan pics...and a host of stories celebrating the warriors. and our website will be live streaming the parade and rally thursday...ditto for the kron4 mobile app. brittney and i will be at the rally, gary and darya will be hosting from our studio...and we'll have a host of reporters with the players along the route. you can watch while you work on kron4.com. (vicki) now at the peak of warriors mania - madame tussaud's museum in san francisco is restyling it's steph curry wax figure.(grant) and take a look at curry... he's sporting an official championship t-shirt and hat - the same attire some fans could wearing tomorrow at the big parade. the wax figure, which features curry's tattoos, took a team of artists four months to create. the cost to make this life size replica of steph - $350 grand. (grant) a shipwreck found 100
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years later. coming up - a look inside plus how its connected to the bay area. (brittney) i'm chief meteorologist brittney shipp, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
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(vicki) we are getting more details tonight about the shooting at the u.p.s. facility in san francisco. steve aveson has been on top of this story since it first broke and is in our newsroom now. (steve) vicki, san francisco police have just identified the gunman as jimmy lam. officials say lam is from san francisco, but had not immediate details on his background. lam killed three - before turning the gun on himself. in all six people were shot... at the u.p.s. package facility on portero hill this morning.
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no word on motive for the shooting... and it is just one of the facts that police are investigating. what other information they are chasing.. coming up tongiht at six. now let's get back to our news at five. (grant) oroville dam construction crews are working against the clock to reconstruct a majority of the primary spillway in time for the upcoming rainy season... controlled explosions have uprooted decades-old concrete. around two-thirds of the primary spillway is being repaired following the massive failure in february...prom pting nearly 200 thousand evacuations. oroville dam officials say reconstruction of the spillway is on track. (erin mellon/oroville recovery project): "we were able to start construction a little bit earlier-so we are a couple of days, maybe even a week, ahead of schedule."(grant) the state says the first leg of reconstruction is on track to meet the november first deadline. full completion of both spillways is scheduled for 20-18... marking oroville
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dam's 50-th anniversary. (oncam) because of the mess there... california's dam-safety division is stepping up its review of other dams. it's ordering immediate spillway inspections of around 70 aging dams. state engineers are working to identify older dams where people are living downstream of the spillway. letters will be sent to those dam owners-- ordering them to carry out extra inspections. state officials say some of the dams targeted for extra inspections date all the way back to california's 19th-century gold rush. (vicki)in san francisco. . . crews are now working to remove fuel from a barge that capsized back in april.the u-s coast guard and other agencies began the extraction earlier this morning at around 9-a-m. . . crews are pumping fuel from the boat to a separate barge for disposal.the barge. .. which is over a hundred feet long. . .capsized on april 7th just south of the bay bridge.plans to remove the
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barge from the sea floor are still in progress. .. but will happen once all the fuel is extracted.backup equipment is at bay to prevent fuel from entering the water . . .in case anything goes wrong with the fuel extraction. (grant) a historic shipwreck has been discovered off of the coast of california. (vicki) the ship served in the spanish-american war... and sank off point conception. and take a look at this ship...named the "mcculloch"...after former treasury secretary hugh mcculloch. the ship began its career during the spanish american war and sank june 13th 1917. coast guard officials made the discovery in october,...releasing this footage to the public today... 100 years since the ship went down. (sot) greg gorga: "one of the members of the noaa team that discovered this wreck is robert schwimmer he's a boardmember of maritime museum a cultural historian for noaa and this is not the first shipwreck he's worked on." (vicki) officials currently have no plans for the ship. but no portion of any government wreck may be disturbed or removed. so
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for now the "mccolloch"...will remain in it's watery grave. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meterologist brittney shipp. the region-wide warming trend is forecast to continue today into thursday as high pressure builds over the
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southwestern portion of the country. by friday and into the weekend, inland temperatures will warm to as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages and begin to pose potential heat related illnesses. dry weather conditions and mostly clear/sunny skies will also prevail through the forecast period.
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(vicki) coming up, we are shining the light on those who are making a difference. see the massive effort going on in some bay area communities to make sure everyone gets the healthy foods they need... everyday.
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(vicki) low-income families often times, find themselves having to stretch every dollar. and sometimes that means sacrificing variety... and foods with nutritional value. (grant) for those who do
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need a hand to get by and survive, there are programs here to help. kron 4's jeff pierce shows us how one group in the south bay makes sure people are getting fresh produce every day. the second harvest food bank of santa clara and san mateo county parks it's eighteen wheeler in the court yard of the katherine smith elementary school in san jose. from there they unload pallet after pallet of fresh fruits and vegetables and a variety of kitchen staples for the hundreds of low income families that rely on them each month.here in silicon valley just because we have a strong economy doesn't mean we don't have a hunger problem. in fact we call it the silicon valley paradox because the cost of living is so high.we serve over a quarter of a million people a month and that is the equivalent of three sold out crowds a month. so the need in silicon valley is huge.many of those that the second harvest food bank serves are from immigrant communities that are discovering foods they've never encountered before. second harvest has a nutrition program to introduce them to what are their first experince to many foods.we have a lot of people from latin america, vietnam, china and other countries so some food is not familiar to them. so we come out to sites do food
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demonstrations and cook with food they'll be receiving that day. so they taste the sample they have recipes and when they go home they feel much more empowered to cook with those items.we feel very strongly about getting nutritious food into the hands of families with children.if we start early when kids start to learn to eat and we incorporate these food items already in their diet chances are we are already to fight against future diseases like diabetes and obesity. whether the focus of the second harvest food bank is disease prevention or maintaining a balanced diet for struggling families, it is a mission approached with enthusiam.the more we can do to help them and provide them with resources to get on their feet and to be healthy and to do well in school and at work the better we are for everybody. it's just amazing to be out at sites, engage with clients, learn about their cultures and really help promoting health. it's amazing.in san jose jeff pierce kron four news.
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(vicki) all this week on kron4... we'll be highlighting the passionate work done by our local food banks and their volunteers.(grant) it's part of our commitment to the community.. and later this week some on our staff will be at the various food banks volunteering. for more information on how you can help... go to our website kron4 dot com... look for the section on the right side of the page. (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) steve aveson and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (pam) grant and vicki thank you. our top story tonight... chaos at the ups facility in san francisco.. a gunman opens fire... killing three people... before turning the gun on himself. we will have the latest on
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the investigation next at six. (steve) and a tense moments at travis air force base in fairfield... the base put on lock down this afternoon. we will have the latest on the situation there. another hour of news is next on kron 4 news at six. ( steve ) right now on kron four
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news at six: four people are dead, including the gunman, following a shooting at a u-p-s center in san francisco.( pam ) we know.... at least two other people are injured and in the hospital. it is not clear at this hour whether or not they too ... are u-p-s employees.( steve ) we are
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waiting to hear whether or not the gunman worked for the package delivery service. we do know he was wearing the customary brown uniform. ( pam ) at this time, police do not have a motive for the shootings. investigators are trying to figure out if it was random or the victims were targeted. ( pam ) good evening... i'm pam moore.( steve ) and i'm steve aveson. this is a story we have been on top of since it started unfolding this morning. at this time... police are saying the gunman acted alone. this gives you an idea of where u-p-s center is... right near highway 101. the building is on san bruno avenue... the biggest intersection is 17th and utah street... this is in the potrero hill neighborhood. ( pam ) we have a team of kron four reporters on this story... we begin with terisa estacio... she is at the scene of the shooting .. she has the latest details on the investigation. (estacio) we are learning new details about what happened out here, includnig the name of one of the victims - mike lefiti - a ups driver. (take vo) san
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francisco police say they received 911 calls starting at 8:55 this morning - frantic calls about an active shooter inside the ups distribution center here in san francisco on potero hill. when officers arrived they found employees running for their lives. - they also found some victims shot outside, and inside the building. scared employees were caught with hands in the air on top of the building signaling their needed rescuing. once inside the building, officers found the shooter who then shot himself. the buiilding was shut down for hours as police attempted to figure out all that happened and why tony chaplin, asst chief sfpd " it was a frightening scene. we had to go in and we found someone that was hiding. now we have hundreds to interview. (continue vo) police say the shooter did have a ups uniform on , but they are not elabortig on his role with the company. also, as far as that victim, again, we are learning his name was mike lefiti, and he was a veteran driver with ups. we are going to be staying on top of this
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story with much more to come throughout the night ( pam ) as we mentioned, two other people were shot and are in the hospital.( steve ) those victims are being treated tonight at san francisco general hospital. that's is where kron 4's dan kerman is tonight... what have you learned?
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( steve ) let's head back now to the crime scene. our team coverage continues with kron four's philippe djegal.( pam ) he spoke to u-p-s workers who were inside the building when shots rang out... understandably.. they are still trying to process what happened. philippe. it was surreal. that's how one worker explains what happened this morning. he didn't want to share his face or name... but was willing to talk about how he experienced this shooting. (philippe)no name/ups pre-loader- "it was terrifying. it was panicking and everything. it was just terrifying." a u-p-s truck pre-loader... the voice of the man you're hearing says he was on the first floor of the
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building... when a calm morning turned upside down.no name/ups pre-loader- "there was a driver who came in. he said 'they're shooting, they're shooting.' and, uh, we thought it was just a game, but then, we, they said the shooters inside of the building." it's at that moment he realized this was not a drill... rather a serious, and later learned, deadly situation.no name ups pre-loader- "we started running and everything, and then that's where everything happened. they just, um, enclosed us inside the doors, they shut the gates, they shut the doors and everything." he says the shooting actually happened on the third floor of the building... two levels above him. and, says the san francisco police department eventually led him and his co-workers outside, away from the bodies.no name/ups pre-loader- "the police didn't let us see any of that. they just blocked us out and made us stay across the street." having started his day at three in the morning... this all going down at the end of his
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shift. he leaves work numb and in a bewildered state... grieving for the colleagues who didn't make it.no name/ups pre-loader- "you know, its very upsetting, because, um, to hear somebody died or pass away in this incident is just really upsetting right now." these are tough guys we're talking about. u-p-s employees see a lot... the drivers are in every neighborhood... and, there's no question that what the employees saw here today will stick with them for a long time. live in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. (steve) we spoke to a mother of one u-p-s worker who was at the facility at the time of the shooting... she was worried about her 21-year-old son getting caught up in the middle of it... (steve) we learned that her son is okay... just frightened about what happened. (pam) the shooting drew a large crowd of people into the
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streets to see what was going on.(steve) kron four's haaziq madyun spoke to witnesses and joins us live now... from the scene with more. haaziq? (haaziq live)as this tragedy was unfolding here at the ups building in san francsico this morning there were some folks just outside the police perimeter looking desparately toward the crime scene...one man describes what he saw just after the shooting occurred san francisco resident amos gregory was in the area when of the ups building when the shooting occurred and recorded this video at the scenehe says at one point he realized that his camera was pointing in the direction of someone laying on the ground who just lost their
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life that sense of shock and sadness continues here in this potreo hill neighbood...back to you in the studio ( pam ) the reaction to the shooting has been coming in from many different sources.. that includes... california
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senator dianne feinstein, who of course has strong roots in san francisco released this statement. "i was heartbroken to learn that yet another senseless act of gun violence has marred our wonderful city. my heart goes out to the victims and their families, and to everyone affected by this despicable act. i can't help but recall the 101- california street shooting in 1993, when eight people lost their lives. violence is never the answer, but the continuing scourge of gun violence is particularly disheartening." ( pam ) we have been bringing you coverage of this big story all day on air ... as well as online. you will find a timeline of the events on our webstite. and you can get our live stream through the kron 4 website as well, the facebook page or mobile app. the app is free to download... and sends out breaking news alerts... just be sure to enable the push alert feature. ( steve ) a congressman
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ambushed while getting ready for a charity baseball game. the dramatic video of the shootout and what we know tonight about the gunman.( pam ) plus, we are following breaking news ... travis air force base in fairfield was in the middle of the drill when it turned into the real thing. find out what put the base on lockdown. [ birds chirping ]
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news in fairfield where an active shooter situation at travis air force base...turned out to be a false alarm...the lockdown has been lifted. the public affairs officer at the base had said police were looking for someone who fired one shot. but after searching the base...it was determined there was a real threat. in fact, someone likely reporetd the gun-shot because there was a training exercise underway today... again...only a drill at travis air force base...no real shooting.
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( steve ) the congressman is a republican and was playing second base at the time.( pam ) witnesses say.. the gunman targeted another congressman first, but missed. kristen holmes, with our partners at c-n-n.. with what we know tonight about the gunman. majority whip steve scalise one of five shot this morning when a gunman opened fire on republican congressional baseball players in virginia sen. jeff flake, -r- arizona: a lot of us ran into dugout for cover. and there was just pandemonium. hitting scalise in the hip and wounding a congressional staffer, a lobbyist for tyson foods, and members of the capitol hill police-- who were there protecting the majority whip sen. rand paul, -r- kentucky: our lives were saved by the capitol hill police. had they not been there i think it would be a massacre. scalise is out of surgery and remains in critical condition. ohio congressman brad wenstrup rushed to his side after he was shot. rep. brad wenstrup,
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-r- ohio: he was talking and would answer all my questions. i was concerned about fluid loss internally. president trump announcing the shooter was dead and calling for unity in washington pres. donald trump: we are strongest when we are unified, and when we work together for the common good.law enforcement sources identifying the gunman as sixty-six year old james hodgkinson of belleville, illinois. he was a volunteer for senator bernie sanders' presidential campaign. his facebook page-- filled with anti-trump sentiments. tim slater, fbi special agent in charge: we continue to actively investigate the shooter's motives, acquaintances, and whereabouts that led to today's incident. the members were prepping for the annual congressional baseball game scheduled for tomorrow. the congressmen say the game will go onrep. mike doyle, (d) pennsylvania: we look forward to the baseball game tomorrow, and continuing this great traditionin alexandria, virginia im kristen holmes ( steve ) another big story out of washington tonight... is the washington post is reporting the special counsel is investigating president trump for possible obstruction of
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justice. robert mueller is looking into russia's meddling with the 2016 presidential election. mueller is also investigating whether or not the trump campaign colluded with russia. in the past the president has said he was told by former f-b-i director james comey that he was not under investigation. the post reports that changed when comey was fired. there is no comment tonight from the white house. (pam) in world news tonight.... at least a dozen people are dead and nearly 80 others were hospitalized for smoke inhalation... after a massive fire ripped through an apartment building in west london.... the fire happened just after one in the morning london time... at the building known as the grenfell tower... about 125 families were inside the building sleeping when the fire broke out... the fire is under control but the building is smoldering...
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witnesses say people were jumping out of windows trying to get to safety... some survivors say the building did not have smoke detectors or a sprinklers system... fire crews are trying to figure out what started this fire.... the community is working together to help survivors of the fire with donations and shelter .. (steve 2-shot) the traditional "senior prank" got out of control this year at irvingtonhigh school in fremont.(pam) as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, a group of soon- to- be graduating seniors ... are being blamed for vandalism and graffiti ... that includes a "swastika." mostly scrubbed clean, you can still make out the large, offensive swastikia and other graffiti that was scrawled on pavement in the courtyard here at irvington high school. and you can still see traces of the flour and oil that was dumped onto the hallways. principal sarah barrious
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showed me how door locks were jammed with clay.sarah barrious/principal"...as i walked down the hallways i saw the flour and oil and then i saw the graffiti and the profanity and how they had drawn pictures of human anatomy...."a disappointed barrious says as many as 50 seniors came onto campus on sunday and what was supposed to a senior prank, which usually results in mostly minor shenanigans, quickly got out of control. pipes and other stuff tossed into the empty pool and profanity left on the pool walls. sarah barrious/principal"..the 11th grade class couldn't get into their classrooms, the entire school was disrupted for a coup,e hours that morning..." the student newspaper, which posted these pictures of the entire class being made to clean up the mess, voiced it's outrage at how hate symbols like a swastika had marred an otherwise light hearted school tradition.sarah
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barrious/principal" ....i think you have a high level of expectation for their behavior so of course it's disappointing when they disrespect their campus and their school on their way out the door..."a handful of unidentified pranskters are being held accountable. they'll have to come back to school after graduation and perform a few days of community service. in fremont rob fladeboe kron 4 news let's take a look outside right now for the current conditions in the bay area... (pam) chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now with the forecast.
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the region-wide warming trend is forecast to continue today into thursday as high pressure builds over the southwestern portion of the country. by friday and into the weekend, inland temperatures will warm to as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages and begin to pose potential heat related illnesses. dry weather conditions and mostly clear/sunny skies will also prevail through the forecast period. ( steve ) a bay area district attorney finds himself on the other side of the law tonight. the serious forecast period. through the forecast period.
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( steve ) a bay area district attorney finds himself on the other side of the law tonight. the serious accusations being made... and the announcement he just made about his future.( pam ) and we are counting down to the big warriors parade tomorrow. find out how oakland is preparing tonight... and the safety measures being taken. ♪ ♪
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arrest a man ...they say molested a young girl over a period of at least five years in san pablo. officers arrested norman alexander lozano on june sixth ... after the vicitm reported she was underage. she says, the 41-year-old suspect would take her to various hotels...
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in order to molest her. lozano is the owner of the "n-y learning center... that is a richmond- based center for children with developmental disabilities. he is alleged to have known his victim.. since she was five years old. he is being held on a ten -point- nine million dollar bail. (steve) contra costa county's district attorney has resigned and pleaded no contest to corruption charges. mark peterson entered the plea to a felony count of perjury. he was sentenced to 250 hours of community service. a dozen other counts of grand theft and perjury were dropped. peterson had admitted to spending more than 66-thousand dollars in campaign cash over five years on personal items such as movie tickets and clothes. and failed to report any of that spending in his campaign finance disclosure documents. peterson has since repaid the money and has been fined 45- thousand dollars by the state fair political practices commission. (pam) they are racing against the clock to fix the oroville dam... and now, the
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state is racing to make sure dozens of other dams will not fail. the inspections that have just been ordered.(steve) steph curry is a free agent. what he has to say about not only resigning with the warriors, but keeping the team together... that is later is sports.(pam) and speaking of the warriors. we are on the eve of the big parade to celebrate this year's championship. see the huge preparations going on right now... in oakland.
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it was only two years ago we saw this mass of humanity turnout to celebrate the warriors winning a championship. we are less than 24 hours away from the next victory parade. (pam) the parade and rally start at 10 a-m ... in downtown oakland. of course you can watch the coverage right here with us on kron 4 tomorrow.(steve) if you plan on going to to see it in person... be prepared for crowds, delays and yes, lots of fun too. kron 4's justine waldman is live right by the kaiser convention center for us tonight. justine will they be ready for tomorrow?
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(justine)lots happening right now to make sure everything goes off without a problem.got the screens up, the stage, testing the sound.and there is a lot of security.oakland police have cancelled all days off. this is an all hands on deck situation.alameda county sheriff deputies as well as chp will out both in uniform and in plain clothes blending in with the crowd.to try and prevent a car from driving into the crowd opd has set-up different blocks along the parade route and at the rally location. (stop)"you'll see barricades you will see k-rails. you will see cement barricades that are in place in statigic locations just to add safety to that area. what also helps our officers that are in place, and even the participants, if you see something say something."(justine) many
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streets in downtown oakland are closed.and the broadway, jackson and oak off-ramps on 880 will be closed from 7am until 2pm torrmow. this is to try and keep traffic away from downtown.bart will be jammed. gates open at 5am.and once it hits capacity for safety staff will close off the rally location. (justine) also, oakland police told me.. if you see an police officer out along the route tomorrow give them a high- five they are celebrating the warriors win too!live in oakland justine waldman kron 4 news (steve) if you don't (steve)
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(steve) if you don't get the chance to see steph curry at the warriors parade tomorrow... you can check out his wax figure at the madame tussauds museum at fisherman's warf. curry's wax figure is now wearing the official 20-17 nba finals championship shirt and hat. the figure took nearly four months and an estimated 350-thousand dollars to create. 250 measurements were taken of the curry... making the figure a spitting image of the nba star. ( pam ) we do have a map of the route for tomorrow's parade. the light blue line ... shows the route. the parade will run right through the heart of downtown oakland on broadway.... and then end over by lake merritt for another rally. anything you see in darker blue... indicates the streets that are going to be closed off. kron 4 has you covered online for the parade. we have the list of what you can and cannot bring. if you
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planning on taking public transportation... there is a guide from bart. also... there are a lot of road closures. we have posted the entire list. just go to kron four dot com. here in san francisco - a gunman opens fire at the ups distribution center in san francsico, 6 people are shot, 4 fatalities, inclouding the gunman who shot himself. this all happened at the ups distribution center in san francisco. sf police say they received 911 calls around 855. once inside officers found multiple shooting victims and the gunman. it is unclear the motive right now. the mayor called the shooting a tragedy - a ups official asked for prayers for employees and the victims families. it's here at san francisco general hospital where two of the victims are being treated for gunshot wounds. hospital officials are not releasing their identities or conditions. throughout the
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day we have seem family members arrive, some with a police escort, we have also seen people comforting each othernone wanted to speak to the newsmedia.. again two people with gunshot wounds being treated, identities and conditions not being released. at sf general, dan kerman kron 4 news. continuing our team coverage on the deadly u-p-s shooting in san francisco... workers who were in and outside of the building at the time, describe panic and chaos immediately after the shooting. witnesses saddened by what happened and also thankful they survived. nick/ups driver- "(philippe) when you hear shots, man, you gotta get out of there. (nick) i ran, yeah."no name/ups pre-loader- "(philippe) what's making people do stuff like this? (worker) i don't really know. maybe, stress probably, situations they're having at, in their houses. situations -- i don't know." in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news.
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continuing our coverage in san francisco, a photographer who captured some of the moments after the ups shooting says he was shocked by what he saw in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news here in fremont...a senior prank out of control amid vandalism and graffiti that included a swastika. as many as 50 soon to be graduating senior class members at irvington high school got onto campus last sunday and left the swastika and other offensive images on the court yard and on the walls of the pool. in a teaching moment, the entire senior class was
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called on to clean up the mess. a handful of instigators will come back to school this summer and perform community service. in fremont rob fladeboe kron 4 news chief meteorologist brittney shipp joins us now... the region-wide warming trend is forecast to continue today into thursday as high pressure builds over the southwestern portion of the country. by friday and into the weekend, inland temperatures will warm to as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages and begin to pose potential heat related illnesses. dry weather conditions and mostly clear/sunny skies will also prevail through the
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forecast period. ( steve ) fallout tonight from the near disaster at the oroville dam. what the state of california is doing immediately in response to the spillway crumbling.
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from the near disaster at the oroville dam. what the state of california is doing immediately in response to the spillway crumbling.
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happening now. california is ordering immediate spillway inspections at about 70 aging dams.(pam) crews say, those dams might not be sound enough to protect downstream communities in the event of a flood. the orders are part of stepped- up state reviews... after this winter's surprise failures of both spillways at the oroville dam. you may rememebr kron4 reported back in febuarythat crisis forced the evacuation of 200- thousand people. in sports... the giants keep slip-sliding away...... while free-agent to be kevin durant discusses the possibility of returning to the warriors next
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afternoon baseball for the giants. the orange and black...entered today 14-and-a- half games out of first place and trying to still find some momentum as they prepare for another road trip to division- leading colorado. --let's go to the ballpark-- last night, there was a shark in the cove. today--a san jose shark in the stands. patty marleau in attendance. --didn't have a good game to watch. top 2nd-- splash hit for mike moustakas....as he sends a homer straight to the water. his 18th bomb of the season. and someone comes right in to snag the ball with a net... tough luck for the guys waiting in the kayaks --next inning-- jorge bonifacio...buys in on the home run derby. two run shot right to the garden. 3-nothing royals. ---very next batter...lorenzo cain
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dials up another jack. line-drive bomb to put kc up 4-zip. tough afternoon for johnny cueto... as he's tuned up for 3-homers, 10- hits, 5-earned runs. --royals win 7-2. and the giants face the rockies tomorrow night. now to the a's in miami. --we pick it up in the 2nd-- edinson volquez on the hill for the fish. ryon healy gets to him early... sends one out to center field. that's good for three runs. healy's 15th-home run of the season... a's up 4-zero. --that lead...shortlived. marlins storm back in the fourth. and dee gordon with an rbi-single to put miami up 6-5. --that turned the game... as the marlins outscored oakland 11-2. 11-6....is your final. a's back home tomorrow...with a four-game set against the yankees. elsewhere in the majors-- dodgers right fielder yasiel puig...suspended one game for making an obscene gesture to some indians fans. after hitting a home run in yesterday's game in cleveland,
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puig...gave double middle fingers to the crowd because he says they were heckling him in the on-deck circle. he is appealing the suspension and was also fined. turning now to the warriors-- the celebrations continue for the world champions. their big party is tomorrow morning in the streets of downtown oakand, but today-- the champs took some time to recap their magical season. steph curry...becomes a free agent this summer, but he's confident deals will get done to make sure the squad stays intact. "want to do everything we can to keep this team together...so i'll have that mindset...kd's going to have that mindset...i know dre, shaun...all the guys that are up negotiating a new contract...we'll see what happens." "i feel as though i am going to be back here...no question...we'll figure it all out you know..." as for the trip to the white house, curry reinforced his previous comments that he wouldn't want to go to, but if the rest team did, he would. meanwhile, let's talk more
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about that parade. check out this map of the route for thursday's celebration the light blue line ... shows the route the parade will run right through the heart of downtown oakland on broadway.... and then end over by lake merritt for another rally.anything you see in darker blue... indicates the streets that are going to be closed off. this plan is similar to the 2015 celebration. the warriors...clearly the talk of the town. they are even a hot topic at raiders é the silver and black...continuing their offseason workouts this week. carr watched golden state win the title from his home. and head coach jack del rio was at oracle arena complements of some friends who had tickets moving on to santa clara-- the 49ers continuing to lay down the foundation of the kyle shanahan era. the team recently signed veteran
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pass rusher elvis dumervil..and today-- he was introduced to the media. big news in the world of boxing today... as it looks like a date is set for the highly anticipated showdown between floyd mayweather and conor mcgregor. the matchup between the boxer...and mixed martial artist set for august 26th in las vegas. this kind of fight is unprecedented... as it pits the 49-and-0 mayweather, one of the greatest boxers of all-time against mcgregor who is a ufc champion, but has never boxed professionally. even at 40-
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years-old, mayweather is an overwhelming favorite... over the 28-year-old irishman. finally, father's day coming up on sunday... and footlocker released a commercial featuring some of this year's top nba prospects speaking about their dads. and lonzo ball..stole the show...offering his thoughts about his father. --lonzo...showing some personality and he doesn't mind poking fun at his dad. perhaps they could do a re- shoot of this ad and find a way to fold in this next story. from one big baller to another, lonzo's father lavar
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partnered with leaf trading cards and signed two-hundred cards with his picture on them. yes...his picture and not his son lonzo's...and the cards sold for sixty dollars a piece today on ebay and sold out in forty-five seconds. the cards feature infamous quotes from lavar such as "i am better than jordan" and "lonzo better than steph curry" (pam)we will be right back.
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it's the world we live in. anyone can buy a drone and fly it making these things a possible security threat to big public events like the warriors parade coming up thursday. local authorities are implementing new technology to protect parade goers. i'm tech reporter gabe slate. i'll have that story coming up on kron4 news at 8. (pam) a pair of pricey sneakers has sold for big bucks at auction.(steve) but they're not just any pair of sneakers.they were inspired by "back to the future part two." these are nike air mag self- lacing sneaks.they were first produced last year. . . . heritage auctions sold the pair earlier this month for 52- thousand-500 dollars.that's a new record for a collectible sneaker at a public auction. the previous mark was just over 32-thousand dollars.the buyer was not named.
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"the insider," tracking the biggest stories making news today. number one, megyn kelly's new show is already under fire. >> they call you the most paranoid man in america. is that true? >> as advertisers pull out, is nbc worrying about her move to daytime? >> i don't want to waste everybody's time with too much politically correctness. then, inside ryan seacrest's second act. how he's orchestrating a rumored return to "idol." >> it's such a great show, it's such a great brand. number three, jamie foxx and i drop the mike on rapper's delight. ♪ plus, your "insider" bonus. mariah carey uncensored. so "american idol" is coming back.
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>> yay! >> what could it cost to bring mimi back? and are them babies following in their mom's footsteps? and my interview with gordon ramsay goes off the rails. now, "the insider" tracking hollywood from the inside out. will nbc finally pull the plug on megyn kelly's controversial interview with radio personality alex jones? it's our number one tracking story tonight. >> yeah, and not to mention how will the ongoing backlash affect her transition to daytime? megyn is not backing down. >> i don't want to waste everybody's time with too much political correctness. while sometimes you may misstep and say the wrong thing. balance it's worth it to take risks. >> mr. jones doesn't talk to a lot of reporters. but we're very glad he made an

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