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in bags...are possibly those of a missing uber driver - piseth chhay- . he vanished on mother's day- his wife spoke to us just moments ago and is devestated. good evening, i'm justine waldman. (jr stone) and i'm jr stone. the remains were discovered by workers at a warehouse in hayward owned by the main person of interest in chhay's disappearance. kron 4's hermela aragawi just spoke to chhay's family... she is live now in san francisco.. what did his wife say about the possibiliy of his body being found? (hermela aregawiaround 10yesterday morning .. san francsico police investigators were called about human remains that were found at a warehouse in hayward.investigators took
several bags of remains.they are trying to determine if they belong to piseth chhay - a husband and father of two young boys - who went missing on mother's day.the principal suspect in the case is bob tang. who is a close family friend.we're told his family owns that warehouse in hayward. tang's car was found at an sfo parking lot on may 25th.so police believe he may have fled the country.it's yet to be confirmed if the remains do in fact belong to piseth chhay. police are taking samples from his sister and mother to determine if that's case.we just spoke to chhay's wife obviously very emotional. they've been together for over twenty years and have two young kids.let's take a listen to what she had to say. (hermela aregawi)the family says the victim and the suspect were close friends their families vacationed together.they said the suspect was in their home just a couple of days before he fled. and they thought he was acting strange.but of course whether he is responsible for piseth chhay's death is still under
(justine) another big story we're following... the san francisco pride parade. it is estimated one million people came to celebrate diversity but also to protest prejudice.(jr stone) kron 4's alecia reid has highlight's from today's event. the celebration started early we were like the first ones heresome folks coming to the pride parade for years know they have to plan aheadwe know if we wanna get a good spot and watch the parade and enjoy it and relax, we have to get up here first thing in the morning and reserve the area revelers walking up and down
market street were covered with vibrant colors and the pride flag. those here for the first time were in awe.it's quite amazing. never seen anything like iti think it's pretty great that san francisco hosts this every year. people come from all over the country all over the world. i heard someone say they came all the way from austriafor those that make this a yearly event, they look forward to what's new.it's always a new experiencepeople can finally express themselves and like, show who they really can be and who they are and not feel pressured or anything about itthere's a big sense of community around everyone, and everyone's excited to be here it's super exciting. i love being in a place where you can be accepted and an amazing atmosphere.we're gonna be here all day enjoying the beautiful weather and fun festivities after watching the parade and all the floats, the culmination is the festivities here at civic center. reporting in san francisco. security was tight at the
pride parade as well as civic center this weekend. those attending events at civic center were screened by walk-through metal detectors or handheld wands. there were increased patrols all across the city. the san francisco police department added additional security measures at last year's parade after the pulse nightclub shooting in orlando. the same protocol was in effect this year, with no days off for officers this weekend. we do have them patrolling in a number of capacities. both on foot, in vehicles, in uniform, as well as in plainclothes. we wanna make sure we see anything and everything as much as possible. upwards of one million people celebrated pride in san francisco today. no major incidents have been reported. (jr stone) covering pride across the nation... ten people were arrested during new york's pride march this afternoon. police say the protesters were sitting on the
street and blocking the route. officers gave them several warnings before taking them into custody. spectators were seen cheering on the police as they made arrests. it's unclear if the protesters belong to any group, but they appeared to be making a statement against police. (justine) people took over the streets in chicago for its pride celebration.. today was the city's 48th annual parade.. you can see how packed the streets were.. more than 250-thousand peope lined the four mile parade route. (jr stone) and canadian prime minister justin trudeau... is taking part in a pride celebration in toronto. the prime minister could be seen in the crowd marching with thousands. last year, trudeau made history when he became the first sitting prime minister to take part in a pride event. he marched in pride festivals in both toronto and vancouver. the event in toronto is one of canada's largest festivals celebrating the l-g-b-t community. (justine) the government
in turkey cancelled the pride celebration... but that did not stop some supporters from participating in impromptu marches.. just yesterday the governer outlawed today's planned march. you can see police and security were patrolling trying to prevent it from happening.. ten people were taken into custody. (justine) for all the highlights from pride weekend download our kron4 mobile app it's free in the apple app store and google play store. we will also notify you when breaking news happens in your area with push alerts. (justine and jr)adlib toss to weather lawrence karnow: a nice sea breeze helped bring cooler temperatures to the valleys today. the fog was slow to burn off and continues to linger at the coast. after a sweltering start to summer, most highs were running below average today. the warmest temperatures were in the low
at a house in fremont earlier this month, three young kids tried to break into several times. and according to police, one of those kidsis only ten.kron four's spencer blake is live in the neighborhood where it happened.spencer, how does a ten-year-old get involved in something like this? what everybody wants to know. ten-year-old not arrested, but she was in the main suspect's car each time he came around this neighborhood - which was several times in the period of a few days. this weekend fremont police released information about a strange string of crimes and
an unlikely group of suspects. here you see them at the climax of the caper, guiding a handcuffed ten-year-old away from a parked car.it all started on june 11, when two suspects tried to steal keys from a woman who had just pulled into her driveway on peregrine way.her 74-year-old husband intervened and got beatun up by one of the suspects before they ran off. "the same group came back in two days, trying to knock in the door."yep - this time on june 14th, and the same people were home inside the same house.they managed to scare the teen suspects off during the attempted break-in."i was kind of surprised that they had been attacking the same house and targeting the same house again and again."police found surveillance video from various neighbors that showed the same suspect car - a maroon honda accord.almost unbelievably, the group came back the very next day."it kind of escalated with a lot of activity on the street from fremont police.""i was inside and then i came out and suddenly there was all the red lights coming out and the police came."neighbors had gotten into a verbal confrontation with the 15-
year-old boy - whom you can see walking across the street both to and from his car in this video.when police arrived, they handcuffed him, along with a 14-year-old girl and a ten-year-old girl who were inside that same maroon car all the neighbors remembered."i saw them and they were young. they looked young to me, but i didn't know they were like 10, 14, 15." nobody was hurt.police questioned the two girls before releasing them to their parents. as for the oldest of the bunch, he confessed to the crimes and is in juvenile hall. his arrest report includes two counts of home invasion robbery, elder abuse, and possession of a stolen car. live in fremont, spencer blake, kron four news. (jr stone) about a mile away from where those attempted burglaries happened....a woman reported that her vehicle was shot at. it happened wednesday afternoon at a home on cassio cirlce in fremont. there police found a car damaged by one bullet hole. officers located the bullet inside the
carand it was collected as evidence. no arrests in that case have been made. (justine) by using its "eye in the sky" the c-h-p caught a motorcycle driver....deputies say was riding recklessly. c-h-p contra costa posted this "slow-motion" video from its helicopter on facebook... it shows the driver on a green motorcycle in orinda on highway 24 by hidden valley road. c-h-p says the rider was kicking, punching, and smashing mirrors. the rider led the "air-ops" team and patrol cars straight to his house... where officers were waiting for him. now he's facing charges of reckless driving, vandalism, suspended registration, and his motorcycle was impounded. c-h-p says the rider attacked cars several times last week. and wants to hear from other people who think they are victims. coming up at eight. a playground torched overnight in golden gate park... how much damage was done. and how close police are to finding who did this...
children's playground in golden gate park. it's the playground near the carousel. those with san francisco recreation and parks described what happened as terrible acts of vandalism. in this video you can see the yellow tape that has been put up. behind that yellow tape you can see melted sections of the playground. we talked with one parent whose daughter saw the damage and didn't understand what happened. she had a lot of questions about what happened to it and why and who did this and if it was an accident. what did you tell her? i told her someone probably did this on purpose that's what it looks like and i don't really know how to explain that fully but.(jr stone)the oritional playground at this location was built in 1888 and is considered to be the nation's first public playground. the koret foundation made major renovations back in 2007. much of that burned overnight. (justine) firefighters in vallejo had to deal with angry
bees as they battled a fire in vallejo this morning. this video was taken just before noon on the south side of mare island. you can see the smoke and flames. about half an acre burned in a brush fire. about 30 bee hives were right next to the area that burned. several firefighters were stung, but they are okay tonight. we're told that a beekeeper arrived and was able to get many of the hives out of harms way. the cause of the fire has been ruled accidental. (jr stone) a teenage girl is recovering in the hospital tonight after falling from an amusement park ride in new york.. someone captured this video of the fall... the teen and her brother were on the sky gondola ride at a six flags park near albany..when she slipped out. luckily a father and his daughter saw the teen dangling from the ride..which is about 25 feet in the air.... and helped catch her. one witness descibes what he saw. (jr stone) the man that helped catch
her did suffer a minor back injury but has been released form the hosptial... officials say all of the safety features on the ride were checked after the fall and are working properly (justine) several governement websites ...many of them in ohio...were hacked today with a message supporting the islamic state terrorist group. this is what visitors to different websites in ohio heard and saw this morning... this message found on ohio governer..john kasich's official website... making reference to president trump. it said the president would be - quote - "accountable for every drop of blood flowing in muslim countries." the hackers also hit the websites of ohio's first lady and the
state department of corrections. all of the servers were taken offline to be investigated. (justine) turning to weather now, meteorologist lawrence karnow has our forecast. lawrence karnow: a nice sea breeze helped bring cooler temperatures to the valleys today. the fog was slow to burn off and continues to linger at the coast. after a sweltering start to summer, most highs were running below average today. the warmest temperatures were in the low 80s inland with cool 60s near the coast. it's a breezy night and those winds will send fog racing into the bay and some of the valleys tonight. low pressure continues to spin off
the coast as high pressure moves slowly eastward. temperatures will continue to cool as the sea breeze reaches further inland the next couple of days. it will be another hot one in parts of the central valley with highs soaring back into the 100's. if you're headed to lake tahoe expect plenty of sunshine and highs in the upper 70s. highs tomorrow around the bay area will be in the upper 70s to low 80s inland, 60s to mid 70s around the bay, and 60s near
(jr stone) an escaped inmate from arkansas who has been on the run for more than 30 years is back behind bars.. 60-year-old steven dishman was arrested today at a home in springdale. dishman was serving a 7-year sentence for property theft and burglary when he escaped in 19-85.. details on what led to his arrest have not yet been released. next... over a dozen farm workers got sick while working in the cenrtal valley. what officials say they were exposed to. coming upthey come here and use the beach and they don't take their trash with them now that the weather has warmed up, there are some tips on what not to do if you plan on hitting the beach.. i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
a big story we're tracking. 18 farm workers are hospitalized after possibly being exposed to pesticides at a ranch south of salinas. it happened early thursday morning at the tanimura and antle celery transplant. crews worked for about an hour...before some of them came down with nausea, headaches,stomach pains....one even vomitted. 18 workers were rushed to a local hospital...where they stripped down and showered. "we treated some of them with medication as needed and after we were confident the vital signs were stable and that their systems had resolved we were able to begin discharging them from the hospital." doctors say they aren't sure what caused the symptoms among the crew...but clothing samples will be sent to a lab for further examination. (justine ) summer weather.. means people head to the beach.(jr stone )however, it sometimes gets crowded and we have to work together to
enjoy our delicate coast but, some people are not playing by the when taking a selfie, it's important to locate the highest point to take said selfie nats: ambiance unless the spot you picked had been designated as a dangerous area and hiking and climbing is prohibited and no two people are not safer than one .. it just means there are more people to rescue nats ambiance when the weather heats up, people often head as far west as humanly possible im at pacifica state beach in the well the city of pacifica the only beach i know with its own taco bell some of the beach guidelines are posted before you hit the sand . but we all know signs in the bay area don't mean much.this is robert and he is picking up items off the beach. i was
wondering what it was so i asked him what do you have here .. just plastic bits on the beach that ah birds and fish eat they think it's food . then it cause a fullness feeling in their stomach they don't eat and they die so how does it get on the beach? get on the beach people just not picking it up after themselves and robert is correct; when i walked on the beach i found cups and broken glass and sand don't mixhere a case of empty bud light cans just left here for someone else to clean up . nats ambiance also, dogs are permitted but they are required to be on a leash . which means the leash must be on the dog and you attached to said leash in fact over near the pacifica pier, another sign reading no glass containers and dogs on leash . guess what. glass containers and dogs off leash .again my concern was more about the trash robert had a very good suggestion if you pick up just three pieces litter every time you surf your doing a favor not only if you surf if you plan on beating the heat at the beach . enjoy the beach but pack in
and pack out leave nothing but nature behindoh and never turn your back against ocean . i make sure i clean up after my self (you are one of the few i don't want to get caught behaving badly you have a good day in pacifica stanley roberts kron 4 news if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e-mail us at 'people behaving badly' at kron- four-dot-com ... still ahead... over 150 people are dead in pakistan after an oil tanker exploded. we'll explain why so many people ran towards the truck right before it exploded. . plus president trump loves weddings. we'll have the details of the high profile ceremony he is attending this weekend.
(justine) more than 150 people are dead after an oil tanker exploded in eastern pakistan this morning.(jr stone) that death toll is expected to rise with dozens of people still in critical condition. you can see the devestating aftermath of the explosion in this video.. the tanker was involved in an accident in the city of (bah-ha-wall-pour) bahawalpur and was run off of the road. villagers near by began collecting the oil containers that had fallen out of the truck.....that's when it exploded. (jr stone) britain's government has found that cladding on 60 high-rise apartments failed to meet safety standards.. thisas part of an investigation launched in the wake of the fire at the grenfell tower in london which killed 79 people. combustible cladding was blamed for the rapid spread of that fire. the 60 buildings currently at risk are spread across 25 areas all over england...including london, norwich, plymouth, and
manchester. (justine) while the new health care bill has hit some road blocks...the health and human services secretary is coming to its defense.. david daniel has the latest on recation to the bill. "we want to make certain that health care is available to all americans." health and human services secretary, tom price defended the g-o-p senate health care bill sunday... trying to assure the american them that the bill will not cause people to lose their health insurance. tom price / hhs secretary: "the plan that we have - we've put in place - will not allow individuals to fall through the cracks, would not pull the rug out from anybody. we would not have individuals lose coverage that they want for themselves and their family." the legislation, after its big
reveal last week, has caused a split in the gop party.five senate republicans have publicly opposed the bill in its current form... including dean heller of nevada.sen. dean heller / -r- nevada: "the biggest lie in healthcare in the last 10 years was if you elect your doctor you can keep them. the second biggest lie is that your premium is going down and there isn't anything in this piece of legislation that will lower your premiums." price countered that argument by saying the bill is only one part of republicans' broader health care plan...tom price / hhs secretary: "the plan in its entirety will absolutely bring premiums down because you increase competition, you increase choices for individuals, you allow folks to be able to purchase the kind of coverage they government forces them to buy." senate republicans cannot afford to lose support from more than two of their members, if the bill is to pass.the vote may happen as early as this week.i'm david daniel reporting. (justine) this week the supreme court is expected to decide if the trump administration can enforce a ban on people from six mostly muslim countries. president donald trump rolled out the travel ban just a week after his inauguration. he said it was critical to stopping terror attacks in the united states. opponents argue that the ban targets muslims in violation of federal law and the constitution. lower federal courts have so far agreed and blocked the travel ban. it takes a vote of five justices to stop the lower court rulings.
(justine) turning to weather now, meteorologist lawrence karnow has our forecast. lawrence karnow: a nice sea breeze helped bring cooler temperatures to the valleys today. the fog was slow to burn off and continues to linger at the coast. after a sweltering start to summer, most highs were running below average today. the warmest temperatures were in the low 80s inland with cool 60s near the coast. it's a breezy night and those winds will send fog racing into the bay and some of the valleys tonight. low pressure continues to spin off the coast as high pressure moves slowly eastward. temperatures will continue to cool as the sea breeze reaches
further inland the next couple of days. it will be another hot one in parts of the central valley with highs soaring back into the 100's. if you're headed to lake tahoe expect plenty of sunshine and highs in the upper 70s. highs tomorrow around the bay area will be in the upper 70s to low 80s inland, 60s to mid 70s around the bay, and 60s near the coast. we will continue to cool with more fog and low clouds through tuesday. after that, high pressure will begin to build with warmer weather expected into next weekend.
have to be a cabinet official to get the president to make an appearance at your ceremony... from our partners at cnn- dana bash has the story. if there's one thing we know about president trump, it's that he loves a wedding.you are a special beautiful couple and i hope right now everyone is going to get back to dancing he is the chief wedding crasher at his properties - a perk that was once advertised in a trump club brochure, although the club says it's since been removed. this time he's an invited guest at the wedding of his treasury secretary steve mnuchin who is a former hollywood movie producer who invested in hits like avatar, and, ironically, "how to be single" his bride - louise linton - is an actress she also briefly took over as ceo of mnuchin's film financing company until democrats raised ethical objections.the president will surely approve of the bridal bling, which linton modeled for town and country magazine.
but none of it's likely to trump melania's giant diamond engagement ring -- all 15 carats of it. the trumps of course, splashed out on every aspect of their wedding.mela nia posed in her designer gown for the cover of vogue.and the guest list was a who's who of the power elite.including bill and hillary clinton. but when it comes to what makes a marriage last, president trump's says it's less glitz and more grit.what melania is so good at, we just have a natural relationship what my parents had, they were married 63 yeari always heard you had a to work at a relationship. my father didn't work at a relationship. he went home, he had dinner, he watched television, he took it easy. my mother the same thing. this weekend, though, it was all about the newly married mnuchins and their presidential guestdana bash cnn washington (jr stone) a judge ruled that ivanka trump ámust give a statement
in a lawsuit against her fashion label. aqua-zurra italia filed the suit against the first daughter's fashion label in june 2016... they claim that her brand copied its shoe designs.her lawyers deny those claims and have called it a publicity stunt. they argued that ivanka should not have to answer questions in the suit... saying it conflicts with her duties as adviser to the president... the judge denied that request this week. ivanka's company has ánotá commented on the ruling. an award winning movie is now the subject of a federal lawsuit... we'll tell you why. a second successful launch for space x. we'll explain the goal of this latest mission.
expert claims executives stole her concept. reporter angela davis has more. minneapolis (wcco) - an award-winning disney movie is now the subject of a federal lawsuit filed by a minnesotan. the animated movie "inside out" was a big hit at the box office in 2015. it features color-coded characters who represent emotions like joy, sadness, anger, disgust and fear. but there's a striking resemblence to these characters called "the moodsters." they were created by a twin cities child development expert, more than a decade ago.the lawsuit was filed in federal court monday in los angeles by denise daniels. she's an experienced parenting and child development expert and a book author, who lives here in the twin cities.in the lawsuit, daniels claims disney and pixar executives used ideas that she pitched to them to make the movie "inside out" and never compensated her.
and recall costs. japanese air bag maker "takata"...is expected to file for bankruptcy protection. takata officials say most of the corporation's assets will be sold to rival " key safety systems" for one point six billion dollars. takata expects hefty lawsuit verdicts and penalties for making faulty air bag inflators. the inflators can explode with too much force and hurl shrapnel into people riding in cars. at least 16 people have been killed worldwidedue to the air bags. (justine landing) fast food just got even faster a couple of the most popular chains are now delivering to your home or work in the bay area. this works through a mobile app.. on demand
kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate shows us how it works.. this is nate kristoff he has been ordering mcdonald's the last couple weeks and having it delivered to his work " it's it's a it's kind of a funny concept just cuz you know fast food is pretty fast already but you know anytime that you can you know save some time and have an opportunity to get more done and work more efficiently than i think i think it's a good thing"nate works in a high rise 21 floors up getting out the building. dealing with lines. can eat out of his lunch time so he uses the mcdonald's app to orderhe showed me how it works pretty easy.. once your account and credit card are set up.. you just tap in your order you do this through the mcdonald's mobile app but the actual food pickup and delivery is made by
a different app. the food delivery app uber eats the two in partnership claim they will deliver to you within 30 minutes..nate's order today took about 20 minutes.. and if you'd like to connect with gabe slate... you can add him on facebook, follow him on twitter. or email - slate-at-kron4-dot-com. (justine) space-x is two- for - two this weekend.. today the private space company successfully launched its second rocket... this rocket blasted off from vandenberg air force base, in santa barbara county today, to deploy a group of airplane- tracking satellites. it comes on the heels of friday's launch from kennedy space center in florida.. the flight re-used a rocket booster from an earlier mission.. aiming to slash the
cost of space flights. so far, space-x has launched eight rockets this year, which already tied its record from 20-16. (jr stone) in china. a wild boar was on the move in the streets of hong kong... and left two men injured. in an effort to try and capture the boar, a responding officer kicked it. that sent the animal on a rampage... attacking that same officer and an elderly cyclist nearby. the extent of their injuries is not known at this time. the wild boar concern group said the boar was provoked and only acted out in self-defense. officials eventually restrained the animal and removed it from the scene. (jr stone) five high school buddies from santa barbara california have been recreating the same photo for ...get this...35 years. it started back in 19-82... when john wardlaw..seen on the far left... and his pals posed together on a deck at copco lake on the california-oregon border. since then, they've been going on the same
vacation and taking the same exact photo every five years. the men make sure to sit the same order they did back then...and even copy the same pose and facial expressions. their photo tradition and friendship has taken social media by storm this evening. as the weather heats up, cool down with icicles. vicki liviakis shows us the cool, sweet treat that's made from scratch.
( justine) summer is here and across the bay - people are looking to beat the heat. kron four's vicki liviakis takes us to a place where you can cool down in this edition of dine and dish. (icicles patrons) it's hot. how hot? really hot. that's one way to cool down. right. what's your other way to cool off? icicles! icicles! icicles ice cream is all the rage here in san jose's willow glen neighborhood. on a hot day, it gets pretty crazy over here. standing room only... and a line out the door. instead of scooping, they're scrapping. icicles serves up ice cream from scratch that's rolled up. (icicles manager) it came over from thailand so we just brought it over here. we figured it's something different something new. you usually see scooped ice cream but here we roll it. they don't have this in michigan.
strawberry fantasy! there are fun flavors like strawberry fantasy, gotcha macha and nutella and chill. is that going to chill you down? hopefully! originally from thai street vendors this adapted version is finding a real fan base in the south bay and beyond. it's pretty hot out that's why i get this. people trying to beat the heat and try something new it's a unique ice cream making process and it's fun to watch them make the ice cream. it's tough there's a long line because it's really good. but it's really worth it. man, you've got quite a line here, yeah! icicles is rolling out other locations around the bay... and anywhere you're looking to chill. in san jose, vicki liviakis kron 4 news.
the giants freefall continues as they are swept at home by the team they eliminated from the playoffs last seasonbut the a's are looking good after a youth infusion as they get their second sweep in two weekendsthe nba champion warriors are out in the commumnity kevin durant surprises some fans at a "hoopsfest" while the dubs turn out for celebrity softball at the coliseumand nascar's stop in the bay area sees some couples drama and a veteran returning to gloryso don't get hung up elsewhere sports night live is next!!! (nats - show theme music> "this is kron 4's sports night live." giants taking on the