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( marty ) here's a live look at temps right now this morning... as you can see it's going to be a hot one. a heat advisory is in effect for the bay area. for more here is dave spahr. ( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather.
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(dave)very warm to hot weather is forecast inland through the weekend as high pressure strengthens over california. a heat advisory is in effect for most inland locations for this weekend and into early next week as temperatures warm to levels as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages. slight cooling is then expected monday and however, very warm to hot conditions are expected to persist inland well into next week. ( marty @ landing) happening today... and today... happening landing) ( marty @
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( marty @ landing) happening today... and throughout the weekend, a major heat wave will be rolling through the bay area. with temps expected to reach the triple digits in some areas, many will be looking for a place to cool off. kron 4's averi harper is live at walnut creek with more on people are trying to beat the heat. averi? ( averi ) we have a major heat wave heading our way. highs friday afternoon will reach the upper 90s inland and low 80s near the bay.starting saturday, low 100s can be expected for the inland valleys and last for the next six days, at least.we are going to see temperatures suddenly jump about 10 to 20 degrees above average and last for an extended period of time. the national weather service has issued a heat advisory for most inland areas from saturday 11 a.m. to monday 11 p.m.people will need to:find ways to escape the heatstay
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safe while outsideprotect family & friendsprotect pets never leave children or pets in cars (averi) local officials are reminding people to first and foremost stay hydrated and limit physical activity. avoid alcohol, caffeine, and sugar - those things cause you to lose fluids. keep babies cool. little one's do not handle heat well because their sweat glands are not fully developed. so do not put them in blankets or heavy clothing. obviously never leave people of pets in a parked car even if the windows are down a bit. and finally get out of the house if you're lacking air conditioning. malls, libraries, movie theatres and community centers are typically good places to stay cool. ( marty @ landing ) thanks averi. ( marty ) to stay up to date about
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to stay up ( marty ) to stay up to date about the weather you can log on to kron4 dot com... there you can see a regional map showing detailed information on how hot it will get in your area... plus tips on how to stay safe during the heat wave... and you can always check and see if there is a heat advisory issued for your area... all that on kron4 dot com. ( marty ) breaking overnight... a 37-year-old man was shot and killed friday night in an officer-involved shooting in antioch. the shooting happened friday around 11:30 p.m. near the 2300 block of manzanita way. the victim was an antioch resident. the officer was not injured during the incident. we are working on gathering more information on on the shooting. we'll continue to update you throughout the morning. ( marty ) new details are
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emerging about the man who opened fire inside a san francisco u-p-s facility on wednesday. 38-year-old jimmy lam shot and killed three co workers before turning the gun on himself. police are working on one possible motive, that the gunman may have felt disrespected. kron4"s charles clifford is tracking developments. on friday, the associated press reported that an sfpd official has told them that jimmy lam, the suspect in wednesday's deadly shooting at this ups facility, may have felt disrespected by his colleagues. one of lam's co- workers also told the a-p that lam had struggled with depression and personal problems for years. among his past issues, lam was convicted twice of driving on a suspended license. in 2010 he was convicted of driving under the influence and sentenced to three years' probation.at some point he may have also been involved in a dispute with a girlfriend over visitation rights for their child. but while more is being learned
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about jimmy lam's past, his motive for shooting and killing three coworkers remains a mystery.we reached out of the sfpd on friday, but they declined to comment stating that the investigation into the shooting is still ongoing.meanwhile, the family and friends of those who died continue to mourn. in san francisco's diamond heights neighborhood a memorial for 46- year old michael lefiti continues to grow. people we spoke to on friday couldn't believe that anyone would have a problem with him.sota gofund me page has also been set up for another victim, 50 year old benson louie, to help his family pay for funeral expenses. ( marty ) another big story we are another big ( marty ) ( marty ) another big story we are following this morning... in minnesota protesters took over an interstate in saint paul where
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they blocked traffic for hours. thousands of demonstrators took to the streets after former officer jeronimo (yeh- ron'-ih-moh) yanez was found ánotá guilty in the death of philando castile. yanez shot and killed castile during a traffic stop last july. he testified that castile told him he was carrying a gun. but then ignored the officers commands to ánotá pull the gun out. the woman with castile said he reaching for his drivers license as the officer asked. she was streaming the incident live on facebook. yanez is no longer with the police department. ( marty ) coming up... major blaze breaks out in san francisco... hear from people who saw it start. and... president trump announces major changes in u-s relations with cuba. find out what they are. and after the break. next time you order fries you may want to reconsider. the reason next.
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look at some of the new medical findings released this week: ( marty ) eating fried potatoes more than twice a week can ádoubleá your risk of death. that's according to a new study just published. this includes foods like french fries, potato chips and hash browns. researchers say eating potatoes that have not been fried doesn't have the same risk. they say you don't have to avoid french fries entirely, but it should only be enjoyed as a treat about once a month. ( dave )the heat goes right on through the weekend. a look at how you will be impacted after the break. ( marty ) for the weekend: it's the 2017 north beach festival in san francisco. check out the live entertainment, arts and crafts and more. it's all happening at grant avenue and vallejo street from 10 to 6. it's free to attend.
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and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone... change your thinking about buying your next one. we recorded a video of the sunrise this morning. hot weather expected across the bay area today. toss to weather. (dave) very warm to hot weather is forecast inland through the weekend as high pressure
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strengthens over california. a heat advisory is in effect for most inland locations for this weekend and into early next week as temperatures warm to levels as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages. slight cooling is then expected monday and tuesday. however, very warm to hot conditions are expected to persist inland well into next week.
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( marty ) fire crews are
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monitoring hot spots after flames rip through a warehouse. the blaze broke out friday afternoon in san francisco's bayview district. kron four's hermela aregawi has the story. (hermela aregawi) the fire burned through practically every part of this 5000 square foot ware house, a facility that manufactures metal.those who work nearby describe the initial moments.coral romero/witness: i heard a muffled explosion. that's a muffled boom like one of the kids up on the hill were throwing fireworks. my partner thought it was one of the metal guys dropped a peace of metal on the concrete so i didn't jump up or anything because we're used to hearing that noise all the time. and then the cabinet guys across the street said fire get out now.fortunately no one was in the warehouse when the fire started.and fire officials say they were successful in keeping the fire from spreading to businesses next door and residences nearby.but they say it wasn't easy.leut. jonathan baxter/spokesman, sffd: we were very fortunate that we were able to keep this
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5000 square foot fully involved warehouse fire to just that warehouse. we have no exposures to any of our surrounding businesses or to our residential areas. we did put an initial shelter in place in effect which is still in place, precautionary, due to the fact that we had a good strong wind going east and we wanted to make sure the residential areas were pretoectedthe san francisco fire department had all hands on deck and even had to call their reserves.officials say about 122 firefighters were on the scene.and many are expected to work into afternoon to finish the job injured or displaced. ( marty ) president trump is back in washington d-c this weekend. he traveled to miami friday to announce his new policy on cuba. but his thoughts appeared to be focused on the drama back in washington, involving russia. kristen holmes has details on the president's latest tweet storm. mr. president, are you under investigation by the fbi? president trump ignoring questions on the fbi russia probeafter a morning tweetstorm on reports he is now himself under
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investigation saying:i am being investigated for firing the fbi director by the man who told me to fire the fbi director! witch hunta source who spoke to the president within the last 24 hours-- saying trump was likely refering to deputy attorney general rod rosenstein --- who wrote the memo recommending the firing of former fbi director james comeyat the same time-- trump transition officials-- receiving a memo directing them to save all records that could be relevant in the russia investigation vice president pence hiring a lawyer to represent him in all matters related to the probe vice president mike pence: it's very routine. (reporter: it's very routine?) pence: very routine. while the administration continues to play whack a mole with questions on russia--- president trump is taking a swing at his predecesor's legacy once again--president donald trump: "i'm cancelling the last administration's completely one sided deal with cuba." announcing his cuba policy in miami-- the president --hitting the rewind
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button on former president obama's actionsby tightening restrictions on u-s travel and commercial tiespresident donald trump: "to the cuban government, i say, put an end to the abuse of dissidents."in washington, i'm kristen holmes. ( marty ) coming up... the giants and a's both in action. find out if they were both able to get a win. ( marty ) for the weekend: it's the kite festival in san francisco. check out the family friendly fesitval feauturing all things kites. it's happening at the presido parade grounds from noon to 5. it's free to attend.
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bounce back from last night's heartbreaking loss in colorado
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there was a game delay to begin that game -- there was a problem with the replay system in the 5th -- giants up 2-1 -- jeff samardzija smacks a 2-run blast to extend san francisco's lead by 3 (samardzija: 3rd homer of career -- first with giants) bottom of the 5th -- tough inning for samardzija -- ian desmond crushes a 3-run homer to give the rockies the lead (samardzija: 6.0 ip, 11 hits, 8 runs, allowed 2 home runs) to make matters worst -- bruce bochy got tossed after not liking the call at the plate rockies win 10-8 the a's taking the yankees at the coliseum. early in the game -- aaron judge made oakland pay in
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the third -- a's up by four -- judge hits a 3-run homer off sean manaea -- the rookie leads the majors with 23 home runs but in the eight the a's come from behind -- matt champman singles down the left field line -- yonder alonso and ryon healy score the a's retake the lead they hold on and win 7-6 oakland has now won back to back games against the yanks a high-class move by the twins in tonight game against the indians it was prince night at target field after the seventh inning stretch fans were asked to open their purple umbrellas open in tribute to the singer. prince a minneapolis native died back in april of 2016 bittersweet night for twins fans -- cleveland beat minnesota 8-1 round two of the u-s open
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at erin hills rickie fowler entered the day as the leader with a seven under par but day two he struggled on the back nine in the 12th -- he goes for the birdie -- but it rolls out -- he bogeyed three straight he finished with 73 paul casey in the third -- birdies his five straight hole -- shot a 71 and lead with brian harman, tommy fleetwood, and brooks koepka with a six under par dustin johnson, rory mcllroy, and jason day all miss the cut jordan speith is seven shots off the lead the warriors are in las vegas to continue to celebrate their n-b-a championship and to support oakland native boxer, andre ward. tomorrow night -- ward will defend his world title against servey kovalev in their first fight ward won by unanimous decision and remains undefeated ward gave kovalev his first loss in this career. both fighters are among the best boxer's pound for pound live look outside... golden gate bridge.. ( marty ) for the weekend: it's the japan day festival in san francisco. check out the music, dances,
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art and more. it's all happening at japantown peace plaza from 1 p-m to 5 p-m. it's free to attend. how far should pure alpine spring water have to travel from its source to the bottle? a hundred miles? a thousand miles? how about less than a mile and a half? crystal geyser always bottled at the mountain source.
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♪ how about less than a mile and a half? crystal geyser is the only major us spring water bottled at the mountain source. here's a live look at temps right now this morning... as you can see it's going to be a hot one. ( marty ) and here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)very warm to hot weather is forecast inland through the weekend as high pressure strengthens over california. a heat advisory
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is in effect for most inland locations for this weekend and into early next week as temperatures warm to levels as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages. slight cooling is then expected monday and tuesday. however, very warm to hot conditions are expected to persist inland well into next week.
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( marty ) the two men who are charged in the oakland ghost ship warehouse fire were in court friday but did not enter a plea. derick almena and max harris have been in custody for two-weeks. they are charged with 36-counts of involuntary manslaughter in the deadly december fire. no cameras were allowed in the courtroom, but derek almena's attorney says he is having a difficult time
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defendants told reporters his client is innocent. curtis briggs, who represents max harris says harris is not the type of man responsible for killing 36 -people. briggs was also joined by family members, as they called harris a loving person who is innocent.
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this is california highway patrol video recorded wednesday in san francisco of search warrants being served andthe three suspects being arrested in the lyft driver beating casethe incident involving several motorcyclists and the lyft driver occurred three months ago on highway-101but chp investigators say this was the first time that motorcycle sideshow activity ended in violence and they hope the arrests of these suspects sends a message to anyone thinking about doing something like this again
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something like this go. you know we have very long memories.">these are chp photos taken during the arrests. while serving multiple search warrants investigators recovered a stolen dirt bike, money, firearms and illegal drugs. chp offcials say videos of the beating incident posted online helped police identify the suspects. investigators say they have an arrest warrant for a 22-year-old san francisoc resident, quintrell anderson who is considered the 4thsuspect connected to this case...in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news ( marty ) president ( marty ) kron4news ( marty ) president trump has reversed his campaign promise to deport undocumented immigrants who came to the u-s as small children. however, it's only a temporary relief. the department of homeland security made the announcement thursday. it says immigrants enrolled in the 2012 "deferred action for childhood arrivals" also known as the daca program will continue to be eligible for now. the trump
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administration is still reviewing the future of the program and things can change, because the president has not made a decision about daca's long term fate. ( marty ) there are about 800-thousand students currently in the daca program. still ahead. major business news as amazon buys whole foods. our tech reporter shows you what you can expect at your grocery store from now on and what this could mean. live look outside... san mateo bridge. for the weekend: it's peace in the park in oakland. check out the arts, crafts and games. it's all happening at mosswood park
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from 11 a-m to 2 p-m. it's free to attend.
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landing ) amazon is buying whole foods for nearly 14- billion dollars in cash. amazon says whole foods will continue to operate under that name as a separate unit of the company. anaysts say the deal shows amazon's growing interest in groceries. and while it might be too early to know exactly what might change, kron four's tech reporter gabe slate covers a few possiblities. amazon wants you to think of them first when you think about buying groceries.they have already entered this market with their amazon fresh delivery systemthis is happening now in the bay area amazon prime members who subscribe to the $15 a month fresh service can order
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groceries online and have them delivered to their home at a time of their choosing.so buying 460 grocery stores across the country will help them expand their move into this market.. the whole foods stores will be their distribution centersbesides being able to offer grocery delivery in more cities and for cheaperthey can also offer grocery pick up they have expressed interest in this you order your groceries online or on an app in your phone then go to a whole foods parking lot where there would be a drive thru for you to pick up your food. amazon's gadgets around your home would contribute the convenient shopping with the echo wifi voice assistant speaker you could quickly add items to your shopping list with voice commands.here's another thing amazon could do with all the whole food stores.they could turn them into amazon go grocery stores. so far there is one amazon go in seatle it offers a radical new high tech shopping experienceyou grab an item off the shelf. an app running on your phone, which can stay in your pocket, or purse, knows what you have grabbed. it runs a tally on everything pick up and charges your credit card attached to your
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amazon account.and you just leave the store. there's no check out. no cash registers. no clerks. no line.. you just walk out..it would take some time. but amazon could build this system throughout the whole foods network.. with your tech report gabe slate kron 4 news. still ahead.. kron four gets their hands dirty as we celebrate the founding of our company with a day of service. find out how you can help, after the break.
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( marty ) breaking news... bill cosby's rape trial ends day six without a verdict, after jurors failed to reach a decision. the judge in the trial has declared a mistrial. as the jury failed to reach a unanimous decision to convict or acquit. prosecutors now get four months to decide whether they want to retry cosby or drop the charges. cosby is accused of drugging and assaulting andrea constand in january 2004. at the time, she was the director of operations for temple university's women's basketball team. constand says the incident happened at cosby's home near philadelphia. ( marty ) a coroner's report says actress carrie
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fisher's death says sleep apnea may have contributed to her passing. her manner of death has been ruled undetermined but medical examiners say heart disease and drug use were also conditions that were factors in her death. the report indicates that she had taken multiple drugs prior to her passing. fisher suffered a heart attack on a flight from london in december 20-16 and died several days later. she was 60-years old. ( marty ) statistics show that one-in-8 californians struggle with hunger. the problem is even more acute here in the bay area. food banks say one in 4 people in our community struggle. as part of kron's commitment to fight hunger, staff members volunteered to help. phillipe djegal was there. (philippe)nats- hunger is a year-round problem...nats- and, the boxes of food distributed to needy families at food banks, don't package themselves.steve aveson/kron 4- "it does feel good to make
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a difference."nats- our own steve aveson joined by dozens more of us from kron four... rolling up our sleeves in san francisco, alameda county, santa clara county and contra costa coounty...nats-jim swanson/kron 4- "i have a sore shoulder, but i'm trying to loosen it up right now, so i can move quicker." at rapid speed...nats- kron four crews and volunteers from several other organizations pack up ten of thousands of pounds of food... that'll eventually either be delivered to or picked-up by families in all nine bay area counties who have the ability to cook... but not necessarily the financial means to buy groceries.christine gaston/kron 4- "lunches for kids, family, the elderly." at the san francisco-marin food bank... kron four's general manager chris mcdonnell is determined to break the record of the most boxes prepared in a day.chris mcdonnell/kron 4- "go big or go home." a competitive spirit embraced by this group at second harvest food bank of santa clara and san mateo counties....vicki liviakis/kron 4- "we're trying to beat, uh, is it progressive insurance? i think we can do
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it." we were also at the food bank of contra costa county and solano in concord... which feeds more than 190- thousand families a year.larry sly/food bank of coco county & solano- "most of the families we have have a working individual in the family -- they just cannot make a go of it." the hardwork these volunteers are carrying out at warehouses across the bay happens daily.paul ash/sf- marin food bank- "it takes 40,000 volunteers to keep the wheels moving here." and, that's in san francisco alone. michael altfest/alameda county community food bank- "alameda county community food bank is serving one in five county residents. uh, the efforts to help sort and prepare this food for distribution are critical to our efforts."chris mcdonnell/kron 4- "this is our one day of the year, that our our parent company of nextstar broadcasting has enabled us to give four hours of paid time, uh, on the company, to to donate our time wherever we want, and our our employees wanted to to this at food banks throughout the san francisco, oakland, san jose area, so we're really excited. we've got crews everywhere, all day. so, its all for a good cause." a day of caring... in all of our commmunities. philippe djegal, kron four news.
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still ahead. 4 new movies hit theaters this weekend. find out if any of them can knock woinderwoman from the top spot at the box office. ( marty ) here's a live look at yosemite this morning. high of 85 degrees today. ( marty ) for the weekend: it's "the jam at neptune beach" in alameda. check out the live music, carnival rides, and more. its all happening at webster and central from 10 a-m to 5-30 p- m. what are you doing? watching this breath savers protect mint
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four new movies will try to knock "wonder woman" from the top spot at the box office. david daniel has a preview of what's now showing. i'm sorry. your racing days are coming to an end." (nat-crash)"cars three" is set
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to take the checkered flag this weekend. analysts predict the latest disney-pixar sequel will speed off with 55-million dollars or more, enough to top "wonder woman"'s third weekend in theaters.(nat-rapping) "there are three things wrong with gangsta rap: it is obscene, it is obscene, it is obscene."three other films are opening wide, led by "all eyez on me." the tupac shakur biopic, which opens on what would have been the late rapper's 46th birthday, is pegged for a debut of about 20-million dollars.(nat) "oh my god."scarlett johansson leads the cast of "rough night," a comedy combining aspects of "the hangover," "very bad things," and "weekend at bernie's." box office watchers are predicting it'll launch in the low to mid- teens.(nat) "oh my god." (nat) finally, mandy moore and claire holt find themselves "47 meters down." the shark-cage thriller is tracking to gobble up no more than six-million dollars in its opening weekend. in
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hollywood, i'm david daniel. the heat goes right on through the weekend. a look at how you will be impacted after the break. ( averi ) still ahead.. a major heat wave hits the bay area. i have a live report. after the break.
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the sunrise this morning. hot weather expected across the bay area today. ( marty ) here's a live look at temps right now this morning... as you can see it's going to be a hot one. a heat advisory is in effect for the bay area. for more here is dave spahr. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)very warm to hot weather is forecast inland through the weekend as high pressure strengthens over california. a
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heat advisory is in effect for most inland locations for this weekend and into early next week as temperatures warm to levels as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages. slight cooling is then expected monday and tuesday. however, very warm to hot conditions are expected to persist inland well into next week. ( marty @ landing) happening today... and throughout the weekend, a major heat wave will be rolling through the bay area. with temps expected to reach the triple digits in
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some areas, many will be looking for a place to cool off. kron 4's averi harper is live at walnut creek with more on people are trying to beat the heat. averi? ( averi ) we have a major heat wave heading our way. highs friday afternoon will reach the upper 90s inland and low 80s near the bay.starting saturday, low 100s can be expected for the inland valleys and last for the next six days, at least.we are going to see temperatures suddenly jump about 10 to 20 degrees above average and last for an extended period of time. the national weather service has issued a heat advisory for most inland areas from saturday 11 a.m. to monday 11 p.m.people will need to:find ways to escape the heatstay safe while outsideprotect family & friendsprotect pets never leave children or pets
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in cars (averi) local officials are reminding people to first and foremost stay hydrated and limit physical activity. avoid alcohol, caffeine, and sugar - those things cause you to lose fluids. keep babies cool. little one's do not handle heat well because their sweat glands are not fully developed. so do not put them in blankets or heavy clothing. obviously never leave people of pets in a parked car even if the windows are down a bit. and finally get out of the house if you're lacking air conditioning. malls, libraries, movie theatres and community centers are typically good places to stay cool. ( marty @ landing ) thanks averi.
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( marty ) to stay up to date about the weather you can log on to kron4 dot com... there you can see a regional map showing detailed information on how hot it will get in your area... plus tips on how to stay safe during the heat wave... and you can always check and see if there is a heat advisory issued for your area... all that on kron4 dot com. ( marty ) breaking overnight... a 37-year-old man was shot and killed friday night in an officer-involved shooting in antioch. the shooting happened friday around 11:30 p.m. near the 2300 block of manzanita way. the victim was an antioch resident. the officer was not injured during the incident. we are working on gathering more information on on the shooting. we'll continue to update you throughout the morning. ( marty ) new details are
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emerging about the man who opened fire inside a san francisco u-p-s facility on wednesday. 38-year-old jimmy lam shot and killed three co workers before turning the gun on himself. police are working on one possible motive, that the gunman may have felt disrespected. kron4"s charles clifford is tracking developments. on friday, the associated press reported that an sfpd official has told them that jimmy lam, the suspect in wednesday's deadly shooting at this ups facility, may have felt disrespected by his colleagues. one of lam's co- workers also told the a-p that lam had struggled with depression and personal problems for years. among his past issues, lam was convicted twice of driving on a suspended license. in 2010 he was convicted of driving under the influence and sentenced to three years' probation.at some point he may have also been involved in a dispute with a girlfriend over visitation
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rights for their child. but while more is being learned about jimmy lam's past, his motive for shooting and killing three coworkers remains a mystery.we reached out of the sfpd on friday, but they declined to comment stating that the investigation into the shooting is still ongoing.meanwhile, the family and friends of those who died continue to mourn. in san francisco's diamond heights neighborhood a memorial for 46- year old michael lefiti continues to grow. people we spoke to on friday couldn't believe that anyone would have a problem with him.sota gofund me page has also been set up for another victim, 50 year old benson louie, to help his family pay for funeral expenses. ( marty ) another big story we are following this morning... in minnesota protesters took
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over an interstate in saint paul where they blocked traffic for hours. thousands of demonstrators took to the streets after former officer jeronimo (yeh- ron'-ih-moh) yanez was found ánotá guilty in the death of philando castile. yanez shot and killed castile during a traffic stop last july. he testified that castile told him he was carrying a gun. but then ignored the officers commands to ánotá pull the gun out. the woman with castile said he reaching for his drivers license as the officer asked. she was streaming the incident live on facebook. yanez is no longer with the police department. ( marty ) coming up... major blaze breaks out in san francisco... hear from people who saw it start. and... president trump announces major changes in u-s relations with cuba. find out what they are. and after the break. next time you order fries you may want to reconsider. the reason next.
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look at some of the new medical findings released this week: ( marty ) eating fried potatoes more than twice a week can ádoubleá your risk of death. that's according to a new study just published. this includes foods like french fries, potato chips and hash browns. researchers say eating potatoes that have not been fried doesn't have the same risk. they say you don't have to avoid french fries entirely, but it should only be enjoyed as a treat about once a month. ( dave )the heat goes right on through the weekend. a look at how you will be impacted after the break. save big
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on great father's day gifts at bass pro shops. like red head 8-pocket shorts for under $15. mr. steak patio grills starting at under $350. plus, free catch and release ponds and giveaways this weekend. here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning.
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toss to weather. (dave)very warm to hot weather is forecast inland through the weekend as high pressure strengthens over california. a heat advisory is in effect for most inland locations for this weekend and into early next week as temperatures warm to levels as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages. slight cooling is then expected monday and tuesday. however, very ( marty ) fire crews are monitoring hot spots after flames rip through a warehouse. the blaze broke out friday afternoon in san francisco's bayview district.
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kron four's hermela aregawi has the story. (hermela aregawi) the fire burned through practically every part of this 5000 square foot ware house, a facility that manufactures metal.those who work nearby describe the initial moments.coral romero/witness: i heard a muffled explosion. that's a muffled boom like one of the kids up on the hill were throwing fireworks. my partner thought it was one of the metal guys dropped a peace of metal on the concrete so i didn't jump up or anything because we're used to hearing that noise all the time. and then the cabinet guys across the street said fire get out now.fortunately no one was in the warehouse when the fire started.and fire officials say they were successful in keeping the fire from spreading to businesses next door and residences nearby.but they say it wasn't easy.leut. jonathan baxter/spokesman, sffd: we were very fortunate that we were able to keep this 5000 square foot fully involved warehouse fire to just that warehouse. we have no exposures to any of our
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surrounding businesses or to our residential areas. we did put an initial shelter in place in effect which is still in place, precautionary, due to the fact that we had a good strong wind going east and we wanted to make sure the residential areas were pretoectedthe san francisco fire department had all hands on deck and even had to call their reserves.officials say about 122 firefighters were on the scene.and many are expected to work into tomorrow afternoon to finish the jobno one was injured or displaced. ( marty ) at least two u-s navy crew members are injured after their ship collided with another vessel in japan. seven sailors are still missing. the u-s-s fitzgerald collided with a merchant ship off the coast of japan.. the ship is taking on water but officials say it is in no danger of sinking. one of the injured crew members has been identified as the commanding officer, bryce benson. he is in stable condition.. there is no information yet on the other person injured nor on the missing crew members ( marty ) president trump is back in washington d-c this weekend. he traveled to miami friday to announce his
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new policy on cuba. but his thoughts appeared to be focused on the drama back in washington, involving russia. kristen holmes has details on the president's latest tweet storm. mr. president, are you under investigation by the fbi? president trump ignoring questions on the fbi russia probeafter a morning tweetstorm on reports he is now himself under investigation saying:i am being investigated for firing the fbi director by the man who told me to fire the fbi director! witch hunta source who spoke to the president within the last 24 hours-- saying trump was likely refering to deputy attorney general rod rosenstein --- who wrote the memo recommending the firing of former fbi director james comeyat the same time-- trump transition officials-- receiving a memo directing them to save all records that could be relevant in the russia investigation vice president pence hiring a lawyer to represent him in all matters related to the probe vice president mike pence: it's very routine. (reporter: it's very routine?) pence: very routine. while the
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administration continues to play whack a mole with questions on russia--- president trump is taking a swing at his predecesor's legacy once again--president donald trump: "i'm cancelling the last administration's completely one sided deal with cuba." announcing his cuba policy in miami-- the president --hitting the rewind button on former president obama's actionsby tightening restrictions on u-s travel and commercial tiespresident donald trump: "to the cuban government, i say, put an end to the abuse of dissidents."in washington, i'm kristen holmes. ( marty ) coming up... the giants and a's both in action. find out if they were both able to get a win. ( marty ) for the weekend: it's the kite festival in san francisco. check out the family friendly fesitval feauturing all things kites. it's happening at the presido parade grounds from
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noon to 5. it's free to attend.
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back from last night's heartbreaking loss in colorado there was a game delay to begin that game -- there was a problem with the replay system in the 5th -- giants up 2-1 -- jeff samardzija smacks a 2-run blast to extend san francisco's lead by 3 (samardzija: 3rd homer of
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career -- first with giants) bottom of the 5th -- tough inning for samardzija -- ian desmond crushes a 3-run homer to give the rockies the lead (samardzija: 6.0 ip, 11 hits, 8 runs, allowed 2 home runs) to make matters worst -- bruce bochy got tossed after not liking the call at the plate rockies win 10-8 the a's taking the yankees at the coliseum. early in the game -- aaron judge made oakland pay in
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the third -- a's up by four -- judge hits a 3-run homer off sean manaea -- the rookie leads the majors with 23 home runs but in the eight the a's come from behind -- matt champman singles down the left field line -- yonder alonso and ryon healy score the a's retake the lead they hold on and win 7-6 oakland has now won back to back games against the yanks a high-class move by the twins in tonight game against the indians it was prince night at target field after the seventh inning stretch fans were asked to open their purple umbrellas open in tribute to the singer. prince a minneapolis native died back in april of 2016 bittersweet night for twins fans -- cleveland beat minnesota 8-1 round two of the u-s open at erin hills rickie fowler entered the day as the leader with a seven under par but day two he struggled on the back nine in the 12th -- he goes for the birdie -- but it rolls out -- he bogeyed three straight he finished with 73 paul casey in the third -- birdies his five straight hole -- shot a 71 and shares the lead with brian harman, tommy fleetwood, and brooks koepka with a six under par dustin johnson, rory mcllroy, and jason day all miss the cut jordan speith is seven shots off the lead the warriors are in las vegas to continue to celebrate their n-b-a championship and to support oakland native boxer, andre ward. tomorrow night
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-- ward will defend his world title against servey kovalev in their first fight ward won by unanimous decision and remains undefeated ward gave kovalev his first loss in this career. both fighters are among the best boxer's pound for pound live look outside... golden gate bridge.. ( marty ) for the weekend: it's the japan day festival in san francisco. check out the music, dances, art and more. it's all happening at japantown peace plaza from 1 p-m to 5 p-m. it's free to attend. ( marty ) here's a live
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look at temps right now this morning... as you can see it's going to be a hot one. ( marty ) and here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)very warm to hot weather is forecast inland through the weekend as high pressure strengthens over california. a heat advisory is in effect for most inland locations for this weekend and into early next week as temperatures warm to levels as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages. slight cooling is then expected monday and tuesday. however, very warm to hot conditions are expected to persist inland well into next week.
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( marty ) the two men who are charged in the oakland ghost ship warehouse fire were in court friday but did not enter a plea. derick almena and max harris have been in custody for two-weeks. they are charged with 36-counts of involuntary manslaughter in the deadly december fire. no cameras were allowed in the courtroom, but derek almena's attorney says he is having a difficult time in custody.
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harris is not the type of man responsible for killing 36 - people. briggs was also joined by family members, as they called harris a loving person who is innocent.
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this is california highway patrol video recorded wednesday in san francisco of search warrants being served andthe three suspects being arrested in the lyft driver beating casethe incident involving several motorcyclists and the lyft driver occurred three months ago on highway-101but chp investigators say this was the first time that motorcycle sideshow activity ended in violence and they hope the arrests of these suspects sends a message to anyone thinking about doing something like this again
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something like this go. you know we have very long memories.">these are chp photos taken during the arrests. while serving multiple search warrants investigators recovered a stolen dirt bike, money, firearms and illegal drugs. chp offcials say videos of the beating incident posted online helped police identify the suspects. investigators say they have an arrest warrant for a 22-year-old san francisoc resident, quintrell anderson who is considered the 4thsuspect connected to this case...in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news ( marty ) president trump has reversed his campaign promise to deport undocumented immigrants who came to the u-s as small children. however, it's only a temporary relief. the department of homeland security made the announcement thursday. it says immigrants enrolled in the 2012 "deferred action for childhood arrivals" also known as the daca program will continue to be eligible for now. the trump
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administration is still reviewing the future of the program and things can change, because the president has not made a decision about daca's long term fate. ( marty ) there are about 800-thousand students currently in the daca program. still ahead. major business news as amazon buys whole foods. our tech reporter shows you what you can expect at your grocery store from now on and what this could mean. live look outside... san mateo bridge. for the weekend: it's peace in the park in oakland. check out the arts, crafts and games. it's all happening at mosswood park
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from 11 a-m to 2 p-m. landing ) amazon is buying
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whole foods for nearly 14- billion dollars in cash. amazon says whole foods will continue to operate under that name as a separate unit of the company. anaysts say the deal shows amazon's growing interest in groceries. and while it might be too early to know exactly what might change, kron four's tech reporter gabe slate covers a few possiblities. amazon wants you to think of them first when you think about buying groceries.they have already entered this market with their amazon fresh delivery systemthis is happening now in the bay area amazon prime members who subscribe to the $15 a month
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fresh service can order groceries online and have them delivered to their home at a time of their choosing.so buying 460 grocery stores across the country will help them expand their move into this market.. the whole foods stores will be their distribution centersbesides being able to offer grocery delivery in more cities and for cheaperthey can also offer grocery pick up they have expressed interest in this you order your groceries online or on an app in your phone then go to a whole foods parking lot where there would be a drive thru for you to pick up your food. amazon's gadgets around your home would contribute the convenient shopping with the echo wifi voice assistant speaker you could quickly add items to your shopping list with voice commands.here's another thing amazon could do with all the whole food stores.they could turn them into amazon go grocery stores. so far there is one amazon go in seatle it offers a radical new high tech shopping experienceyou grab an item off the shelf. an app running on your phone, which can stay in your pocket, or purse, knows what you have grabbed. it runs a tally on everything pick up and charges your credit card attached to your
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amazon account.and you just leave the store. there's no check out. no cash registers. no clerks. no line.. you just walk out..it would take some time. but amazon could build this system throughout the whole foods network.. with your tech report gabe slate kron 4 news. still ahead.. kron four gets their hands dirty as we celebrate the founding of our company with a day of service. find out how you can help, after the break. live look outside... san francisco international airport.
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dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)very warm to hot weather is forecast inland through the weekend as high pressure strengthens over california. a heat advisory is in effect
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for most inland locations for this weekend and into early next week as temperatures warm to levels as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages. slight cooling is then expected monday and tuesday. however, very warm to hot conditions are expected to persist inland well into next week.
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( marty ) breaking news... bill cosby's attorneys are claiming victory after a judge declares a mistrial. after the jury failed to reach a verdict, after six days of deliberation. aq spokesman said cosby's power is back. meantime, prosecutors say they will re-try cosby on 3 counts of aggrivated, indecent assault. cosby is accused of drugging and assaulting andrea constand in january 2004. at the time, she was
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the director of operations for temple university's women's basketball team. constand says the incident happened at cosby's home near ( marty ) a coroner's report says actress carrie fisher's death says sleep apnea may have contributed to her passing. her manner of death has been ruled undetermined but medical examiners say heart disease and drug use were also conditions that were factors in her death. the report indicates that she had taken multiple drugs prior to her passing. fisher suffered a heart attack on a flight from london in december 20-16 and died several days later. she was 60-years old. ( marty ) statistics show that one-in-8 californians struggle with hunger. the problem is even more acute here in the bay area. food banks say one in 4 people in our community struggle. as part of kron's commitment to fight hunger, staff members volunteered to help. phillipe djegal was there.
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(philippe)nats- hunger is a year-round problem...nats- and, the boxes of food distributed to needy families at food banks, don't package themselves.steve aveson/kron 4- "it does feel good to make a difference."nats- our own steve aveson joined by dozens more of us from kron four... rolling up our sleeves in san francisco, alameda county, santa clara county and contra costa coounty...nats-jim swanson/kron 4- "i have a sore shoulder, but i'm trying to loosen it up right now, so i can move quicker." at rapid speed...nats- kron four crews and volunteers from several other organizations pack up ten of thousands of pounds of food... that'll
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eventually either be delivered to or picked-up by families in all nine bay area counties who have the ability to cook... but not necessarily the financial means to buy groceries.christine gaston/kron 4- "lunches for kids, family, the elderly." at the san francisco-marin food bank... kron four's general manager chris mcdonnell is determined to break the record of the most boxes prepared in a day.chris mcdonnell/kron 4- "go big or go home." a competitive spirit embraced by this group at second harvest food bank of santa clara and san mateo counties....vicki liviakis/kron 4- "we're trying to beat, uh, is it progressive insurance? i think we can do it." we were also at the food bank of contra costa county and solano in concord...
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which feeds more than 190- thousand families a year.larry sly/food bank of coco county & solano- "most of the families we have have a working individual in the family -- they just cannot make a go of it." the hardwork these volunteers are carrying out at warehouses across the bay happens daily.paul ash/sf- marin food bank- "it takes 40,000 volunteers to keep the wheels moving here." and, that's in san francisco alone. michael altfest/alameda county community food bank- "alameda county community food bank is serving residents. uh, the efforts to help sort and prepare this food for critical to our efforts."chris mcdonnell/kron 4- "this is our one day of the year, that our our parent company of nextstar broadcasting has enabled us to give four hours of paid time, uh, on the company, to to donate our want, and our our employees at food banks still ahead. 4 new movies hit theaters this weekend. find out if any of them can knock woinderwoman from the top spot at the box office. ( marty ) here's a live look at yosemite this morning. high of 85 degrees today. ( marty ) for the weekend: it's "the jam at neptune beach" in alameda. check out the live music, carnival rides, and more. its all happening at webster and central from 10 a-m to 5-30 p- m. it's free to attend.
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four new movies will try to knock "wonder woman" from the top spot at the box office. david daniel has a preview of what's now showing. i'm sorry. your racing days are coming to an end." (nat-crash)"cars three" is set to take the checkered flag this weekend. analysts predict the latest disney-pixar sequel will speed off with 55-million dollars or more, enough to top "wonder woman"'s third weekend in theaters.(nat-rapping) "there are three things wrong with gangsta rap: it is obscene, it is obscene, it is obscene."three other films are opening wide, led by "all eyez on me." the tupac shakur biopic, which opens on what would have been the late rapper's 46th birthday, is pegged for a debut of about 20-million dollars.(nat) "oh my god."scarlett johansson leads the cast of "rough night," a comedy combining aspects of "the hangover," "very bad things," and "weekend at bernie's." box office watchers are predicting it'll launch in the low to mid-
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teens.(nat) "oh my god." (nat) finally, mandy moore and claire holt find themselves "47 meters down." the shark-cage thriller is tracking to gobble up no more than six-million dollars in its opening weekend. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( marty ) if you think it's common knowledge that chocolate does not come from cows, think again. a dairy organization's recent survey found that seven percent of americans think chocolate milk comes from brown cows. while the percentage is small, it amounts to 17 million people who had it really wrong.
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the heat goes right on through the weekend. a look at how you will be impacted after the break. ( averi ) still ahead.. as moms, still ahead.. we send our kids out into the world, full of hope. and we don't want something like meningitis b getting in their way. meningococcal group b disease, or meningitis b, is real. bexsero is a vaccine to help prevent meningitis b in 10 to 25 year olds. even if meningitis b is uncommon, that's not a chance we're willing to take. meningitis b is different from the meningitis
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most teens were probably vaccinated against when younger. we're getting the word out against meningitis b. our teens are getting bexsero. bexsero should not be given if you had a severe allergic reaction after a previous dose. most common side effects are pain, redness or hardness at the injection site; muscle pain; fatigue; headache; nausea; and joint pain. bexsero may not protect all individuals. tell your healthcare professional if you're pregnant or if you have received any other meningitis b vaccines. ask your healthcare professional about the risks and benefits of bexsero and if vaccination with bexsero is right for your teen. moms, we can't wait. we recorded a video of
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the sunrise this morning. hot weather expected across the bay area today.
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( marty ) here's a live look at temps right now this morning... as you can see it's going to be a hot one. a heat advisory is in effect for the bay area. for more here is dave spahr. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave) very warm to hot weather is forecast inland through the weekend as high pressure strengthens over california. a heat advisory is in effect for most inland locations for this weekend and into early next week as temperatures warm
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to levels as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages. slight cooling is then expected monday and tuesday. however, very warm to hot conditions are expected to persist inland well into next week. ( marty @ landing) happening today... and throughout the weekend, a major heat wave will be rolling through the bay area. with temps expected to reach the triple digits in some areas, many will be looking for a place to cool off. kron 4's averi
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harper is live at walnut creek with more on people are trying to beat the heat. averi? ( averi ) we have a major heat wave heading our way. highs friday afternoon will reach the upper 90s inland and low 80s near the bay.starting saturday, low 100s can be expected for the inland valleys and last for the next six days, at least.we are going to see temperatures suddenly jump about 10 to 20 degrees above average and last for an extended period of time. the national weather service has issued a heat advisory for most inland areas from saturday 11 a.m. to monday 11 p.m.people will need to:find ways to escape the heatstay safe while outsideprotect family & friendsprotect pets never leave children or pets in cars (averi) local officials are reminding people to first and foremost stay hydrated and limit physical activity. avoid alcohol, caffeine, and sugar - those things cause you
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to lose fluids. keep babies cool. little one's do not handle heat well because their sweat glands are not fully developed. so do not put them in blankets or heavy clothing. obviously never leave people of pets in a parked car even if the windows are down a bit. and finally get out of the house if you're lacking air conditioning. malls, libraries, movie theatres and community centers are typically good places to stay cool. ( marty @ landing ) thanks averi.
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( marty ) ( marty ) averi. ( marty ) to stay up to date about the weather you can log on to kron4 dot com... there you can see a regional map showing detailed information on how hot it will get in your area... plus tips on how to stay safe during the heat wave... and you can always check and see if there is a heat advisory issued for your area... all that on kron4 dot com. ( marty ) breaking overnight... a 37-year-old man was shot and killed friday night in an officer-involved shooting in antioch. the shooting happened friday around 11:30 p.m. near the 2300 block of manzanita way.
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the victim was an antioch resident. the officer was not injured during the incident. we are working on gathering more information on on the shooting. we'll continue to update you throughout the morning. ( marty ) new details are emerging about the man who opened fire inside a san francisco u-p-s facility on wednesday. 38-year-old jimmy lam shot and killed three co workers before turning the gun on himself. police are working on one possible motive, that the gunman may have felt disrespected. kron4"s charles clifford is tracking developments. on friday, the associated press reported that an sfpd official has told them that jimmy lam, the suspect in wednesday's deadly shooting at this ups facility, may have felt disrespected by his colleagues. one of lam's co- workers also told the a-p that lam had struggled with depression and personal problems for years. among his past issues, lam was convicted twice of driving on a
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suspended license. in 2010 he was convicted of driving under the influence and sentenced to three years' probation.at some point he may have also been involved in a dispute with a girlfriend over visitation rights for their child. but while more is being learned about jimmy lam's past, his motive for shooting and killing three coworkers remains a mystery.we reached out of the sfpd on friday, but they declined to comment stating that the investigation into the shooting is still ongoing.meanwhile, the family and friends of those who died continue to mourn. in san francisco's diamond heights neighborhood a memorial for 46- year old michael lefiti continues to grow. people we
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spoke to on believe that anyone would have a problem with him.sot ( marty ) another big story we are following this morning... in minnesota protesters took over an interstate in saint paul where they blocked traffic for hours. thousands of demonstrators took to the streets after former officer jeronimo (yeh- ron'-ih-moh) yanez was found ánotá guilty in the death of philando castile. yanez shot and killed castile during a traffic stop last july. he testified that castile told him he was carrying a gun. but then ignored the officers commands to ánotá pull the gun out. the woman with castile said he reaching for his drivers license as the officer asked. she was streaming the incident live on facebook. yanez is no longer with the police department. ( marty ) coming up... major blaze breaks out in san francisco... hear from people who saw it start. and... president trump announces major changes in u-s relations with cuba. find out what they are. and after the break. next time
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you order fries you may want to reconsider. the reason next.
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( marty ) for your health: here is a look at some of the new medical findings released this week: ( marty ) eating fried potatoes more than twice a week can ádoubleá your risk of death. that's according to a new study just published. this includes foods like french fries, potato chips and hash browns. researchers say eating potatoes that have not been fried doesn't have the same risk. they say you don't have to avoid french fries entirely, but it should only be enjoyed as a treat about once a month. ( dave )the heat goes right on through the weekend. a look at how you will be impacted after the break.
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( marty ) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave) very warm to hot weather is
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forecast inland through the weekend as high pressure strengthens over california. a heat advisory is in effect for most inland locations for this weekend and into early next week as temperatures warm to levels as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages. slight cooling is then expected monday and tuesday. however, very warm to hot conditions are expected to persist inland well into next week. ( marty ) fire crews are monitoring
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hot spots after flames rip through a warehouse. the blaze broke out friday afternoon in san francisco's bayview district. kron four's hermela aregawi has the story. (hermela aregawi) the fire burned through practically every part of this 5000 square foot ware house, a facility that manufactures metal.those who work nearby describe the
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initial moments.coral romero/witness: i heard a muffled explosion. that's a muffled boom like one of the kids up on the hill were throwing fireworks. my partner thought it was one of the metal guys dropped a peace of metal on the concrete so i didn't jump up or anything because we're used to hearing that noise all the time. and then the cabinet guys across the street said fire get out now.fortunately no one was in the warehouse when the fire started.and fire officials say they were successful in keeping the fire from spreading to businesses next door and residences nearby.but they say it wasn't easy.leut. jonathan baxter/spokesman, sffd: we were very fortunate that we were able to keep this 5000 square foot fully involved warehouse fire to just that warehouse. we have no exposures to any of our surrounding businesses or to our residential areas. we did put an initial shelter in place in effect which is still in place, precautionary, due to the fact that we had a good strong wind going east and we wanted to make sure the residential areas were pretoectedthe san francisco fire department had all hands on deck and even had to call their reserves.officials say about 122 firefighters were on the scene.and many are expected to work into tomorrow
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afternoon to finish the jobno one was injured or displaced. ( marty ) president trump is back in washington d-c this weekend. he traveled to miami friday to announce his new policy on cuba. but his thoughts appeared to be focused on the drama back in washington, involving russia. kristen holmes has details on the president's latest tweet mr. president, are you under investigation by the fbi? president trump ignoring questions on the fbi russia probeafter a morning tweetstorm on reports he is now himself under investigation saying:i am being investigated for firing the fbi director by the man who told me to fire the fbi director! witch hunta source who spoke to the president within the last 24 hours-- saying trump was likely refering to deputy attorney general rod rosenstein --- who wrote the memo recommending the firing of former fbi director james comeyat the same time-- trump transition
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officials-- receiving a memo directing them to save all records that could be relevant in the russia investigation vice president pence hiring a lawyer to represent him in all matters related to the probe vice president mike pence: it's very routine. (reporter: it's very routine?) pence: very routine. while the administration continues to play whack a mole with questions on russia--- president trump is taking a swing at his predecesor's legacy once again--president donald trump: "i'm cancelling the last administration's completely one sided deal with cuba." announcing his cuba policy in miami-- the president --hitting the rewind button on former president obama's actionsby tightening restrictions on u-s travel and commercial tiespresident donald trump: "to the cuban government, i say, put an end to the abuse of dissidents."in washington, i'm kristen holmes. ( marty ) coming up... the giants and a's both in action. find out if they were both able to get a win.
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back from last night's heartbreaking loss in colorado there was a game delay to begin that game -- there was a problem with the replay system in the 5th -- giants up 2-1 -- jeff samardzija smacks a 2-run blast to extend san francisco's lead by 3 (samardzija: 3rd homer of career -- first with giants) bottom of the 5th -- tough inning for samardzija -- ian desmond crushes a 3-run homer to give the rockies the lead (samardzija: 6.0 ip, 11 hits, 8 runs, allowed 2 home runs)
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to make matters worst -- bruce bochy got tossed after not liking the call at the plate rockies win 10-8 the a's taking the yankees at the coliseum. early in the game -- aaron judge made oakland pay in the third - - a's up by four -- judge hits a 3-run homer off sean manaea -- the rookie leads the majors with 23 home runs but in the eight the a's come from behind -- matt champman singles down the left field line -- yonder alonso and ryon healy score the a's retake the lead they hold on and win 7-6 oakland has now won back to back games against the yanks a high-class move by the twins in tonight game against the indians it was prince night at target field after the seventh inning stretch fans were asked to open their purple umbrellas open in tribute to the singer. prince a minneapolis native died back in april of 2016 bittersweet night for twins fans -- cleveland beat minnesota 8-1 round two
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of the u-s open at erin hills rickie fowler entered the day as the leader with a seven under par but day two he struggled on the back nine in the 12th -- he goes for the birdie -- but it rolls out -- he bogeyed three straight he finished with 73 paul casey in the third -- birdies his five straight hole -- shot a 71 and shares the lead with brian harman, tommy fleetwood, and brooks koepka with a six under par dustin johnson, rory mcllroy, and jason day all miss the cut jordan speith is seven shots off the lead the warriors are in las vegas to continue to celebrate their n-b-a championship and to support oakland native boxer, andre ward. tomorrow night -- ward will defend his world title against servey kovalev in their first fight ward won by unanimous decision and remains undefeated ward gave kovalev his first loss in this career. both fighters are among the best boxer's
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pound for pound live look outside... golden gate bridge.. ( marty ) for the weekend: it's the japan day festival in san francisco. check out the music, dances, art and more. it's all happening at japantown peace plaza from 1 p-m to 5 p-m. it's free to attend.
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live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)very warm to hot weather is forecast inland through the weekend as high pressure strengthens over california. a
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heat advisory is in effect for most inland locations for this weekend and into early next week as temperatures warm to levels as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages. slight cooling is then expected monday and tuesday. however, very warm to hot conditions are expected to persist inland well into next week. ( marty ) the two men who are
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charged in the oakland ghost ship warehouse fire were in court friday but did not enter a plea. derick almena and max harris have been in custody for two-weeks. they are charged with 36-counts of involuntary manslaughter in the deadly december fire. no cameras were allowed in the courtroom, but derek almena's attorney says he is having a difficult time in custody.
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for of the deadly ghost ship warehouse defendants told reporters his client is innocent. curtis briggs, who represents max harris says harris is not the type of man responsible for killing 36 - people. briggs was also joined by family members, as they called harris a loving person who is innocent.
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suspects in custody... and the man police are still trying to track down. "police search warrant. come out with your hands up now" this is california highway patrol video recorded wednesday in san francisco of search warrants being served andthe three suspects being arrested in the lyft driver beating casethe incident involving several motorcyclists and the lyft driver occurred three months ago on highway-101but chp investigators say this was the first time that motorcycle sideshow activity ended in violence and they hope the arrests of these suspects sends a message to anyone thinking about doing something like this again
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where a gentleman is beaten up so badly, there was no way that we would ever let something like this go. you know we have very long memories.">these are chp photos taken during the arrests. while serving multiple search warrants investigators recovered a stolen dirt bike, money, firearms and illegal drugs. chp offcials say videos of the beating incident posted online helped police identify the suspects. investigators say they have an arrest warrant for a 22-year-old san francisoc resident, quintrell anderson who is considered the 4thsuspect connected to this case...in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news ( marty ) president trump has reversed his campaign promise to deport undocumented immigrants who came to the u-s as small children. however, it's only a temporary relief. the department of homeland security made the announcement thursday. it says immigrants enrolled in
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the 2012 "deferred action for childhood arrivals" also known as the daca program will continue to be eligible for now. the trump administration is still reviewing the future of the program and things can change, because the president has not made a decision about daca's long term fate. ( marty ) there are about 800- thousand students currently in the daca program. ( marty ) at least two u-s navy crew members are injured after their ship collided with another vessel in japan. seven sailors are still missing. the u-s-s fitzgerald collided with a merchant ship off the coast of japan.. the ship is taking on water but officials say it
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is in no danger of sinking. one of the injured crew members has been identified as the commanding officer, bryce benson. he is in stable condition.. there is no information yet on the other person injured nor on the missing crew members still ahead. major business news as amazon buys whole foods. our tech reporter shows you what you can expect at your grocery store from now on and what this could mean. live look outside... san mateo bridge. for the weekend: it's peace in the park in oakland. check out the arts, crafts and games. it's all happening at mosswood park from 11 a-m to 2 p-m. it's free to attend. handballer 1: you know what i could go for?
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some scrambled eggs and pancakes. 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! landing ) amazon is buying
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whole foods for nearly 14- billion dollars in cash. amazon says whole foods will continue to operate under that name as a separate unit of the company. anaysts say the deal shows amazon's growing
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interest in groceries. and while it might be too early to know exactly what might change, kron four's tech reporter gabe slate covers a few possiblities. amazon wants you to think of them first when you think about buying groceries.they have already entered this market with their amazon fresh delivery systemthis is happening now in the bay area amazon prime members who subscribe to the $15 a month fresh service can order groceries online and have them delivered to their home at a time of their choosing.so buying 460 grocery stores across the country will help them expand their move into this market.. the whole foods stores will be their distribution centersbesides being able to offer grocery delivery in more cities and for cheaperthey can also offer grocery pick up they have expressed interest in this you order your groceries online or on an app in your phone then go to a whole foods parking lot where there would be a drive thru for you to pick up your food. amazon's gadgets around your home would contribute the convenient shopping with the echo wifi voice assistant speaker you could quickly add items to your shopping list with voice commands.here's another thing amazon could do with all the whole food stores.they could turn them into amazon go grocery stores. so far there is one amazon go
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in seatle it offers a radical new high tech shopping experienceyou grab an item off the shelf. an app running on your phone, which can stay in your pocket, or purse, knows what you have grabbed. it runs a tally on everything pick up and charges your credit card attached to your amazon account.and you just leave the store. there's no check out. no cash registers. no clerks. no line.. you just walk out..it would take some time. but amazon could build this system throughout the whole foods network.. with your tech report gabe slate kron 4 news. still ahead.. kron four gets their hands dirty as we celebrate the founding of our company with a day of service. find out how you
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can help, after the break. live look outside... san francisco international airport.
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( marty ) live look outside...sutro tower. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)very warm to hot weather is forecast inland through the weekend as high pressure strengthens over california. a heat advisory is in effect for most inland locations for this weekend and into early next week as temperatures warm to levels as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages. slight cooling is then expected monday and tuesday. however, very warm to hot conditions are expected to persist inland well into
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next week. ( marty ) breaking news... bill
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cosby's attorneys are claiming victory as a judge declares a
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mistrial. this after the jury failed to reach a verdict, in six days of deliberation. a spokesman said cosby's power is back.meantime, prosecutors say they will re-try cosby on 3 counts of aggrivated, indecent assault. cosby is accused of drugging and assaulting andrea constand in january 2004. at the time, she was the director of operations for temple university's women's basketball team. constand says the incident happened at cosby's home near philadelphia. ( marty ) a coroner's report says actress carrie fisher's death says sleep apnea may have contributed to her passing. her manner of death has been ruled undetermined but medical examiners say heart disease and drug use were also conditions that were factors in her death. the report indicates that she had taken multiple drugs prior to her passing. fisher suffered a heart attack on a flight from london in december 20-16 and
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died several days later. she was 60-years old. ( marty ) statistics show that one-in-8 californians struggle with hunger. the problem is even more acute here in the bay area. food banks say one in 4 people in our community struggle. as part of kron's commitment to fight hunger, staff members volunteered to help. phillipe djegal was there. (philippe)nats- hunger is a year-round problem...nats- and, the boxes of food distributed to needy families at food banks, don't package themselves.steve aveson/kron 4- "it does feel good to make a difference."nats- our own steve aveson joined by dozens more of us from kron four... rolling up our sleeves in san francisco, alameda county, santa clara county and contra costa coounty...nats-jim swanson/kron 4- "i have a sore shoulder, but i'm trying to loosen it up right now, so i can move quicker." at rapid speed...nats- kron four crews and volunteers from several other organizations pack up ten of thousands of
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pounds of food... that'll eventually either be delivered to or picked-up by families in all nine bay area counties who have the ability to cook... but not necessarily the financial means to buy groceries.christine gaston/kron 4- "lunches for kids, family, the elderly." at the san francisco-marin food bank... kron four's general manager chris mcdonnell is determined to break the record of the most boxes prepared in a day.chris mcdonnell/kron 4- "go big or go home." a competitive spirit embraced by this group at second harvest food bank of santa clara and san mateo counties....vicki liviakis/kron 4- "we're trying to beat, uh, is it progressive insurance? i think we can do it." we were also at the food bank of contra costa county and solano in concord... which feeds more than 190- thousand families a year.larry sly/food bank of coco county & solano- "most of the families we have have a working individual in the family -- they just cannot make a go of it." the hardwork these volunteers are carrying out at warehouses across the bay happens daily.paul ash/sf- marin food bank- "it takes 40,000 volunteers to keep the wheels moving here." and, that's in san francisco alone.
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michael altfest/alameda county community food bank- "alameda county community food bank is serving one in five county residents. uh, the efforts to help sort and prepare this food for distribution are critical to our efforts."chris mcdonnell/kron 4- "this is our one day of the year, that our our parent company of nextstar broadcasting has enabled us to give four hours of paid time, uh, on the company, to to donate our time wherever we want, and our our employees wanted to to this at food banks throughout the san francisco, oakland, san jose area, so we're really excited. we've got crews everywhere, all day. so, its all for a good cause." a day of caring... in all of our commmunities. philippe djegal, kron four news. still ahead. 4 new movies hit theaters this weekend. find out if any of them can knock woinderwoman from the top spot at the box office. ( marty ) here's a live look at yosemite this morning. high of 85 degrees today. ( marty ) for the weekend: it's "the jam at neptune
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beach" in alameda. check out the live music, carnival rides, and more. its all happening at webster and central from 10 a-m to 5-30 p- m. it's free to attend.
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in entertainment news... four new movies will try to knock "wonder woman" from the top spot at the box office. david daniel has a preview of what's now showing. i'm sorry. your racing days are coming to an end." (nat-crash)"cars three" is set to take the checkered flag this weekend. analysts predict the latest disney-pixar sequel will speed off with 55-million dollars or more, enough to top "wonder woman"'s third weekend in theaters.(nat-rapping) "there are three things wrong with gangsta rap: it is obscene, it is obscene, it is obscene."three other films are opening wide, led by "all eyez on me." the tupac shakur biopic, which opens on what would have been the late rapper's 46th birthday, is pegged for a debut of about 20-million dollars.(nat) "oh my god."scarlett johansson
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leads the cast of "rough night," a comedy combining aspects of "the hangover," "very bad things," and "weekend at bernie's." box office watchers are predicting it'll launch in the low to mid- teens.(nat) "oh my god." (nat) finally, mandy moore and claire holt find themselves "47 meters down." the shark-cage thriller is tracking to gobble up no more than six-million dollars in its opening weekend. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( marty ) a heat advisory issued for today. adlib seven day.
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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
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- [narrator] this edition of bay area bargains
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is sponsored by russell's fine furniture. (energetic music) - [henry] welcome to bay area bargains. we're at russell's fine furniture, where they're celebrating 125 years. no, it's not his birthday. - thank you, thank you. yeah, grandpa started the store in 1892. that would be josh's great-great-grandfather. - [henry] that was in chicago, ,right? - in chicago, absolutely. so we chose june as our month to have a heck of a celebration. every sale over $599, you get some gift. now they're done by grades, and so on and so forth. - [henry] right, lots of possibilities. - lots of possibilities. - another thing we're doing is we're having a lift chair giveaway. all you have to do is come in, sign up. no purchase necessary. - and five additional gifts of

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