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enter the country. (mark) good morning i'm mark danon. (darya) and i'm darya folsom. we have team coverage of the travel ban... with details on who is effected and reaction from passengers at s-f-o this morning. (mark) we will get to that story in a moment... but first lets get a check of the weather with rebecca. seasonable summer pattern in place with a marine layer along the coast leading to areas of night and morning low clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( darya ) back to our breaking news... president trump's travel ban is going into effect a 5- o'clock tonight. ( mark ) will tran is here with the need to know. ( will ) under the new travel ban people in six
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countries who want to enter the u-s must prove a relationship with family already in the country. that means the person must have either a parent... spouse... child or sibling in the u-s. people who have already been admitted to schools in the u-s or have a job will also be allowed. the country included in the ban include... libya... syria... somolia... sudan... iran and yemen. and relationships that will not be sufficient enough to get you in the country include... grandparents, grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, fiancees, brothers-in- law and sisters-in-law, cousins, or other extended family members. the ban will last for 90 days. the
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ban extends to 120 days for refugees from those countries. the ban goes into effect at 5 o'clock tonight. back to you in the studio. ( darya ) thanks will.( mark ) let's continue our team coverage with lydia pantazes who is live at s-f-o speaking to travelers this morning. lydia. ( lydia ) we spoke with a few passengers, some arriving others leaving out of the country. most people unaware that the ban went into effect. we spoke with a man who is traveling to the us from london. he and his wife pointed it out that a lot of the acts of terrorism occurring in his country are the result of homegrown terrorist. he doesn't think a travel ban would have helped in those situations and he's not sure how it would help here in the us.
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( lydia ) the man you just heard from also added that he things it's better to establish relationships with other countries in an effort to stop terrorism. reporting live at sfo, lydia pantazes kron4 news. ( darya ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( mark ) the travel ban comes as the department of homeland security announced new changes today to airport security for flights arriving in the u.s. airports and airlines that fail to follow the new rules, could face fines. they could also be banned from operating direct flights to the u.s. airports will now conduct more thorough passenger interviews and have better vetting of future employees. homeland security secretary john kelly also said that travelers can also expect enhanced screening of electronic devices. the secretary did not rule out a complete lap top ban in the future. it will be up to the airlines to implement these new changes. ( darya ) also happening today... the u-s house will vote on a bill known as kate's law. the bill is named for kate steinle who was shot and killed in san francisco by an undocumented immigrant. president trump is urging the house to pass the bill. it would impose mandatory minimum prison sentences for deportees
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who re-enter the united states. the man accused of killing steinle had been deported multiple times. the house is also considering another bill that would strip certain federal grants from sanctuary cities like san francisco... that refuse to cooperate with immigration authorities. ( mark ) police near sacramento are investigating the death of a toddler who was found inside of a car. a man and woman have been detained and are being questioned by detectives. officers found an s-u-v parked in the wrong direction on a busy street. police say the man and woman were just sitting in the car. officers checked and found out that the man had an outstanding warrant out of arkansas. and as officers began searching the car they found the body of a toddler covered with blankets in the backseat. police have not released much information on the toddler and are still trying to figure out the cause of death. ( darya ) firefighters are still trying to get a handle on a wildfire that is burning in san bernardino county. so far more than 600- acres have burned and it is only 40- percent contained.
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hundreds of firefighters are battling the flames since it broke out on tuesday. authorities have lifted the mandatory evacuations in the area. but highways in the area are still closed this morning. and you can see there are several wildfires burning across the state. here is map showing where they are burning... most of them are in the central valley and southern california areas. ( darya ) in the south bay... a brush fire comes dangerously close to a home in san jose. this is cell phone video of neighbors using hoses to help put out the fire yesterday. san jose fire and calfire were out fighting the fire as well. helicopters and planes were used to dump water and fire retardant. one of the homeowners says he was told fireworks may be to blame:
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any homes and about 15 acres were burned. ( mark ) the parents of an east bay teenager are suing the san ramon unified school district. the teen made a controversial video while running for student body president. the school district says that the video showed images of terrorists. the school district temporarily removed the student from his post as the student body president. he was eventually reinstated. the attorney for the parents released a statement to kron 4 saying the school acted unconstitutionally and punished the student for expressing his ideas. the school district has not commented on the lawsuit. ( mark ) a wallet thief and credit card fraud suspect known for targeting bay area yoga studios has struck again. police have identified the suspect as christopher newton. they say this time he is suspected of stealing from people at the 'just-be-yoga' studio in walnut creek. police say they captured him on surveillance video. investigators say that newton is likely targeting small fitness studios because of the
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low security profile. ( mark ) investigators say newton is known to take taxi-cabs to stores like target to rack up thousands of dollars in charges using stolen credit cards. ( darya ) san jose police are investigating what appears to be an attempted murder- suicide. officers responded to a shooting on creston lane by mclaughlin avenue yesterday morning. there they found a man dead in the middle of the street. shortly after they found a woman in a nearby home who was also shot and injured. police say the man called 9-1-1 after trying to kill the woman and then shot and killed himself. that's when the woman ran away into a nearby home. the woman was taken to the hospital to be treated
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for her injuries. no word on her condition this morning. ( darya ) a judge has set bail at six million dollars for a santa cruz brain surgeon charged with sexually abusing children. doctor james kohut is facing 11 counts of sexually abusing children under the age of 14. he was arrested in his santa cruz home last month along with two nurses. they are charged with participating in child sex abuse with the 57-year-old. kohut has plead not guilty. the district attorney's office was asking that bail be denied. ( darya ) prosecutors say kohut is a public danger who recruits women to help find child victims. ( mark ) all bart trains now have security cameras. the last one was installed yesterday. this is the view from the new surveillance
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camera. but bart admits that nobody is actually watching the bart cameras in real time. there are now four cameras on every car. bart riders say they appreciate the new cameras but some would prefer officers on each train. but the former bart police chief says that would not be cost effective. ( mark ) bart says the best thing passengers can do to keep themselves safe is to be aware of their surroundings. (darya) still ahead on the kron four morning news... we'll tell you why a pregnant woman went after a man in a crowded parking lot. and as the 4th of july holiday approaches... we'll show you where safe and legal fireworks are being sold in the bay area. plus... a man opens fire in a crowded city bus. we'll tell you what lead up to a dramatic shootout with police.
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fires are burning across california. one of those fires is in burbank where the fire came dangerously close to homes. it forced mandatory evacuations throughout the day yesterday. firefighters were spraying water to prevent the flames from getting to the homes. crews managed to contain the fire and are now keeping an eye out for hot spots. ( mark ) and another fire in marin county is now contained. it started when a tree limb fell down on a power pole. the 'pine fire' started tuesday morning near kent lake. firefighters contained it at 38-acres.
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(darya) (mark) tracking the forecast with rebecca this morning... seasonable summer pattern in place with a marine layer along the coast leading to areas of night and morning low clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is
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less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101.
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is killed during a shootout with police on a crowded bus. it happened in baltimore earlier this month, but the video is just being released. a man robbed two people at gunpoint and then got on this bus. officers stopped the bus, and when they went to arrest the man, he started shooting. once all of the passengers fled, the man stood at the rear exit, pointing two guns and shooting in all directions. the man eventually made a run for it, and police opened fire, killing the man. an officer and an innocent were both injured in the shooting. ( mark ) a minnesota woman is charged in the deadly shooting of her boyfriend after a youtube stunt gone wrong. 22-year-old pedro ruiz was shot and killed on monday. his pregnant 20- year-old girlfriend, monalisa perez, told police that ruiz wanted to make a stunt video. it involved her shooting a bullet into a book he was holding against his chest. she says she fired from about a foot away. the couple
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had a youtube page where tey played pranks on each other. the victim's aunt says multiple family members warned them not to do this stunt. ( mark ) perez tweeted this out just before the shooting. "me and pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever. his idea, not mine." she has since been released on seven- thousand dollars bail. the charge carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison. ( mark ) one of the most senior
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officials in the catholic church is accused of a string of sexual assault charges. cardinal george pell is facing multiple charges from several accusers in australia. pell has denied any wrongdoing. he says he plans to return to australia where he will defend the charges. during a government investigation in 2013... pell apologized for historical abuse in the church. he also acknowledged that cover-ups by others allowed pedophile priests to continue abusing children. pell currently serves as a top adviser to pope francis and is the vatican's top financial adviser. (darya) the majority of hate crimes in the u-s were not reported to police over the last 12 years. that is according to a new federal report. it says that more than half of the 250-thousand hate crimes that happened between 2004 and 20-15 were not reported. most often, hate crimes weren't reported to police because they were
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handled some other way. others say they did not come forward because they did not feel it was important or that police would help. ( mark ) a 26-year-old pregnant woman in north carolina found a man breaking into her s-u-v at a walmart parking lot, so she went after him.( darya ) after being unable to catch him on foot, she jumps into her car and chased after him. here is what happened next....( darya ) the man only suffered minor injuries. he is now facing multiple charges. the woman who ran him down is also in trouble... she is facing an assault with a deadly weapon charge.
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(darya) a cheerleading squad had quite the scare when their charter bus collided with a semi-truck. it happened yesterday in riverside county along an interstate near indio. the bus driver says a big rig swerved into their lane to avoid hitting traffic. the truck quickly caught on fire. the driver of the truck was able to escape. the bus driver and three cheerleaders were taken to a local hospital. the cheerleaders were going back home to arizona after going to a cheerleading competition at u-c-l-a. (mark) if you are looking to buy fireworks to celebrate the 4th of july, you'll have to head to the east bay. dublin is one of the few cities in the bay area where people can buy and light up fireworks on the fourth of july. thirteen fireworks booths are now open where non- profits are selling them to
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people who are over 18 years old. the city is letting people set off fireworks in four designated parks from 10 a-m to 10 p-m on the fourth. (mark) extra officers and firefighters will be out in dublin on the fourth of july. you can set off fireworks at four parks: alamo creek, emerald glen and shannon parks as well as the dublin sports grounds. (darya) in addition to dublin.. here are a few other bay area cities that allow safe and sane fireworks. pacifica, petaluma, rohnert park, and newark. we have a complete list on our website at kron 4-dot-com. ( darya ) and you'll want to celebrate july 4th with kron-4. watch live fireworks from around the bay area and across the nation from the comfort of your home. july 4-th live kicks off tuesday at 9 p.m. right here on the bay area's news station. (mark) still ahead on the kron four morning news... president trump promises a "big surprise" on health care. but the white house is
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still having a tough time getting republican senators onboard. we'll have the latest from washington. and after the break... you might want to make sure your kids get some extra studying in this summer. we'll explain why.
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less then 30 min from the maze to sf. (darya) (darya) kids with are higher i-q are likely to live longer. (mark) that's according to a new study out of scotland. researchers tracked 65- thousand people since their birth until age of 79. they say children who had a high i-q at the age of 11 were far less likely to have died from heart disease, stroke, or certain cancers. (darya) experts say this is because people who are more intelligent are better at looking after themselves... saying they are less likely to smoke and more likely to follow healthier lifestyles.
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(rebecca) tracking your morning forecast. details coming up. (mark) one bay area city is debuting new trains this morning. we have a preview of the latest public transit system.
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(darya)(mark) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... seasonable summer pattern in place with a marine layer along the coast leading to areas of night and morning low clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the
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coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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(mark) a group of parents in the east bay are raising questions about why their school district is asking for more detailed racial information about their kids. (darya) kron4's maureen kelly has the details. i feel uncomfortable very uncomfortable because i don't know why you're doing this what's the purpose? what makes lucy ye uneasy is the registration form she was asked to fill out before entering her 5 year old son kevin into his transitional kindergarten class at the beginning of the last school year.under the section entitled what's your child's ethnicity.parents can chose latino or not latino, white, african american.but when there not just one box for asian.instead there are more than a dozen different asian subgroups. korean japanese
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chinese vietnamese and all of those countries in asia. why should we do that?sylvia tian is another pleasanton mom who doesn't think it's fair that asian parents are being asked to diferentiate themseleves in this way.why single out asians why single out all the countries? in asia? that's not correctboth moms feel that this data could end up hurting their kid's chances when they are applying for college.the pleasanton school district says they are just complying with legislation requiring the collection of this data that passed in 2011. a spokesperson with the state deparment of education says they use the data to track how kids from these subgroups are doing in school so they identify those who need more help.the law that required the state to collect this demographic data was co sponsored by several asian and pacific islander civil rights groups.education should be colorblind national origin blind it should be equal to all people the group that wants to see this practice end met with state assmemblywomab
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catherine baker of san ramon who says she will look into the issue and the possiblity of crafting new legislation. maureen kelly kron4 news (mark) fremont police are re-opening an investigation into a woman who went missing more than 20 years ago. the decision to reopen the case comes after police found new evidence. 25-year-old sheri lynn muhleman went missing back in 1989. she was last seen packing up her things from her boyfriend's house in fremont. the couple also had a daughter together. police say based on current witness statements and physical evidence they believe muhleman was the victim of a homicide. but her body was never found. ( darya ) a california doctor is in jail... charged with having sex with at least three minors. benjamin shettell has a practice in redding. the physician was arrested on 50 different charges. the allegations surfaced when an ex-boyfriend sent a message to the doctor's coworkers saying that shettell was having sex with multiple underage boys. at least one of the minors he's accused
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of having sex with was a patient. he is being held on 3 million dollars bail. ( mark ) president trump is promising a surprise when it comes to the republican health care bill. but the president is not offering any details about what that surprise might be. so far nine republican senators have opposed the current bill. a usa today poll shows that only 12 percent of americans support the bill that was released by republican senators last week. according to the congressional budget office, about 22-million americans would lose coverage under the plan. ( mark ) protesters shouted and held signs as president trump arrived at his first re-election fundraiser last night. donors for the event at the trump international hotel in washington paid 35-thousand dollars to attend. this fundraising event comes two and a half years sooner than either president obama or president george w. bush started re-election
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fundraising. ( mark ) we are learning more information about the impact the republican health bill would have on california. the department of health care services say the state's budget could take a 30-billion dollar annual hit if the bill passes. the bill would have a 114-billion dollar impact on the state's budget between 20-20 and 20-27. the costs would come largely in reductions in federal money to medicaid. nearly four- million californians are on medi-cal, which is the state's insurance program for the poor. ( darya ) happening today... the sonoma-marin area rail transit district is offering a free preview of its smart train.( mark ) kron four's yoli acevas is live at the rohnert park stations with more on the preview. yoli? ( yoli ) it is happening between rohnert park and the marin civic center stations starting on thursday. the district will also run trains
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between the sonoma county airport station and the marin county fair at the marin civic center on july first and july fourth. the free preview is in advance of full regular train service between the airport station and downtown san rafael. a starting date for the regular service has not yet been announced.
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(mark) thanks yoli. we will check back with you through out the morning. (darya) coming up on the kron four morning news... the rockets are ruining basketball, they're building a super team and need to be stopped. k-d thinks it's funny, he's laughing so hard he's crying. even if you're a football fan, would
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you let your spouse wear a helmet to your own wedding? the world according to gary is in a few minutes. and after the break... why your credit score could get better without you having to do a thing.
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major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from
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the maze to sf. golden gate bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. ( mark ) you could see a jump in your credit score when a new law goes into effect this weekend. experian, equifax and transunion are changing their standards starting on july first. those three credit agencies are wiping out about half of tax liens and almost all civil judgements from credit reports. people impacted could see their scores jump 20 to 40 points. the law is in response to a class action law suit claiming that people with the same name were getting mixed up, damaging a person's
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finance experts say the new law will help about 12 million people get a better credit score. critics of the law say people may appear more credit-worthy than they really are. and a warning from the experts: just because those marks from tax liens or civil judgments do not appear on your credit score after july first, does not mean they have totally vanished. you still have to to pay them off. (rebecca) tracking your morning forecast... the world according to gary is after the break.
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(darya) (darya) james harden is no longer the only all-star in the houston
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rockets' backcourt. the rockets have acquired chris paul from the clippers in a deal that sends seven players and a draft pick to los angeles. houston parts with patrick beverley, lou williams, sam dekker, montrezl harrell, darrun hilliard, deandre liggins, kyle wiltjer, a protected first-round pick next year and cash considerations. paul has averaged 18.7 points, 9.9 assists, 4.4 rebounds and 2.3 steals over his 12-year career. the nine-time all-star helped the clippers reach the playoffs the last six years, but the team never advanced to the conference finals. the deal was announced right after the rockets picked up hilliard
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from detroit and liggins from dallas for cash considerations. (darya) a lot of people wondered if people a lot of (darya) considerations. (darya) a lot of people wondered if the rockets could take down the warriors. and finals mvp kevin durant weighed in... laughing at a warriors hater tweet.
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(darya)steph curry will take a shot at a professinal golf tournament in about a month he will play in the web.com tour event at tpc stonebrae in haward the first week of august curry who is a scratch golfer will compete on an unrestricted sponsor exemption his amateur status you may remember in 2014 jerry rice tried his hand on the nationwide tour also at tpc stonebraemaintaining he did not fair well finishing next to last and missing the cut at 17-over
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(darya) are you ready for klay thompson dancing in china?... take a look at this... thompson is there for his chinese shoe company "anta." but took some time to hit the clubs as he gets down to some electronic dance music. edm is especially big in china and the crowd was getting into it with the two- time champion. steph curry replied to a posting of the video saying "having the time of his life in china" with 14 cry-laughing emojis.
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(darya) philadelphia eagles running back legarrette blount is the latest nfl player to get (darya) a dolphins fan in england wore a miami helmet for his wedding over the weekend. he said his vows through the helmet's facemask. the cake's wedding topper featured a plastic groom also wearing a dolphins helmet.
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(darya) philadelphia eagles running back legarrette blount is the latest nfl player to get weight-based incentives. he could make $50,000 if the scale reads between 240 and 245 pounds when he reports for training camp. seattle seahawks running back eddie lacy and
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atlanta falcons nose tackle dontari poe received deals for similar bonuses.
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(mark) the city of san jose is stepping up efforts to get the homeless off the streets and into permanent housing. "casa de novo" on the alameda has become a permanent home to about 50 families. it was converted from a motel by "abode services". they partnered with the city of san jose and santa clara county to create the housing. half of the facility is set aside for temporary and transitional housing. the other half is permanent residences where the tenants also have access to services like counseling and job training.
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doctors, but abode kept me stable.">(mark) since 2010, abode services has helped about 45- hundred homeless people off the streets. (mark) ahead at eight on the kron 4 morning news... president trump's revised travel ban goes into effect tonight. we have team coverage with what you need to know. and a new bill being voted on today could change immigration policies in the u-s. and the law is named after a woman who was killed in san francisco. we'll have the details. plus... police are looking for a thief in the east bay... we'll tell you who he is there's a place like no other... where a walk down main street... where a walk down main street... blah blah blah .. hey! the name's rocket and i need your help! the collector has trapped my friends, the guardians of the galaxy in this weird...freakshow... check it out...this is the joint we're in...
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and we need you to help us break out! got it?...good...now move it!...i gotta go! ...here there is magic for days! (darya) good morning i'm
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darya folsom..(mark) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic...
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seasonable summer pattern in place with a marine layer along the coast leading to areas of night and morning low clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( darya ) breaking news... a revised version of president trump's travel ban goes into effect tonight at 5 o'clock. ( mark ) and this morning we are learning new details about who will be allowed to enter the country. will tran is here with the details will. ( will ) under the new travel ban people in six countries who want to enter the u-s must prove a relationship with family already in the country.
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that means the person must have either a parent... spouse... child or sibling in the u-s. people who have already been admitted to schools in the u-s or have a job will also be allowed. the country included in the ban include... libya... syria... somolia... sudan... iran and yemen. and relationships that will not be sufficient enough to get you in the country include... grandparents, grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, fiancees, brothers-in- law and sisters-in-law, cousins, or other extended family members. the ban will last for 90 days. the ban extends to 120 days for refugees from those countries. the ban goes into effect at 5 o'clock tonight. back to you in the studio. ( darya ) thanks will.team coverage of the travel ban this morning.( mark ) now we want to go to kron 4's
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lydia pantazes who is live at s-f-o speaking to morning. lydia. ( lydia )we spoke with a few passengers, some arriving others leaving out of the country.most people unaware that the ban went into effect. we spoke with a couple who is traveling to the us from london.i asked them how they feel about the travel ban as people coming into the us from out of the country.... even though their country isn't among those banned.
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( darya ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( mark ) the travel ban comes as the department of homeland security announced new changes today to airport security for flights arriving in the u.s. airports and airlines that fail to follow the new rules, could face fines. they could also be banned from operating direct flights to the u.s. airports will now conduct more thorough passenger interviews and have better vetting of future employees. homeland security secretary john kelly also said that travelers can also expect enhanced screening of electronic devices. the secretary did not rule out a complete lap top ban in the future. it will be up to the airlines to implement these new changes. ( darya ) also happening today... the u-s house will vote on a bill known as kate's law. the bill is named for kate steinle who was shot and killed in san francisco by an undocumented immigrant. president trump is urging the house to pass the bill. it
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would impose mandatory minimum prison sentences for deportees who re-enter the united states. the man accused of killing steinle had been deported multiple times. the house is also considering another bill that would strip certain federal grants from sanctuary cities like san francisco... that refuse to cooperate with immigration authorities. ( mark ) police near sacramento are investigating the death of a toddler who was found inside of a car. a man and woman have been detained and are being questioned by detectives. officers found an s-u-v parked in the wrong direction on a busy street. police say the man and woman were just sitting in the car. officers checked and found out that the man had an outstanding warrant out of arkansas. and as officers began searching the car they found the body of a toddler covered with blankets in the backseat. police have not released much information on the toddler and are still trying to figure out the cause of death. ( darya ) coming up... a youtube stunt ends in tragedy. and now a woman is being charged in the death
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of her boyfriend. we'll explain what happened. plus... a woman attempts to committ suicide at a bridge... see how a major league baseball umpire jumped in and saved her life. and after the break... an east bay high school being sued by the parents of one of its students. the video that is causing all the controversy. ( darya ) and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge. i no longer live with
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( mark ) the parents of an east bay teenager are suing the san ramon unified school district. the teen made a controversial video while running for student body president. the school district says that the video showed images of terrorists. the school district temporarily removed the student from his post as the student body president. he was eventually reinstated. the attorney for the parents released a statement to kron 4 saying the school acted
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unconstitutionally and punished the student for expressing his ideas. the school district has not commented on ( darya ) all bart trains now have security cameras. but is anybody watching them? details next. (rebecca) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. a full weather report right after the break.
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(darya) welcome back. let's get a check of the weather this morning... seasonable summer pattern in place with a marine layer along the coast leading to areas of night and morning low clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday.
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no major hot spots. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( mark ) a wallet thief and credit card fraud suspect known for targeting bay area
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yoga studios has struck again. police have identified the suspect as christopher newton. they say this time he is suspected of stealing from people at the 'just-be-yoga' studio in walnut creek. police say they captured him on surveillance video. investigators say that newton is likely targeting small fitness studios because of the low security profile. ( mark ) all bart trains now have security cameras. the last one was installed yesterday. this is the view from the new surveillance camera. but bart admits that nobody is actually watching the bart cameras in real time. there are now four cameras on every car. bart riders say they appreciate the new cameras but some would prefer officers on each train. but the former
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bart police chief says that would not be cost effective. ( mark ) bart says the best thing passengers can do to keep themselves safe is to be aware of their surroundings. ( darya ) a minnesota woman is charged in the deadly shooting of her boyfriend after a youtube stunt gone wrong. 22-year-old pedro ruiz was shot and killed on monday. his pregnant 20-year-old girlfriend, monalisa perez, told police that ruiz wanted to make a stunt video. it
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involved her shooting a bullet into a book he was holding against his chest. she says she fired from about a foot away. the couple had a youtube page where tey played pranks on each other. the victim's aunt says multiple family members warned them not to do this stunt. ( darya ) perez tweeted this out just before the shooting. "me and pedro are probably going to shoot one of the most dangerous videos ever. his idea, not mine." she has since been released on seven- thousand dollars bail. the charge carries a maximum
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penalty of 10 years in prison. ( darya ) if you are looking to buy fireworks, you'll have to head to dublin. dublin is one of the few cities in the bay area where people can buy and light up fireworks on the fourth of july. thirteen fireworks booths are now open where non- profits are selling them to people who are over 18 years old. the city is letting people set off fireworks in four designated parks from 10 a-m to 10 p-m on the fourth. ( mark ) and you'll want to celebrate july 4th with kron-4. watch live fireworks from around the bay area and across the nation from the comfort of your home. july 4-th live kicks off tuesday at 9 p.m. right here on the bay area's news station. ( mark ) coming up... parents in one east bay school district say their kids are being treated unfairly because of their race. we'll tell you what they plan to do about it.. and after the break... a robber picked the wrong pregnant woman to mess with. the story is next.
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you know people think that all turkey tastes alike. (both) wrong! true turketarians swear by butterball. we like to say, (both) "what is this? thanksgiving?" (both laughing) get it? butterball. the choice of turketarians. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( mark ) a 26-year-old pregnant woman in north carolina found a man breaking into her s-u-v at a walmart parking lot, so she went after him.( darya ) after being unable to catch him on foot, she jumps into her car and chased after him. here is what happened next....( darya ) the man only suffered minor injuries. he is now facing multiple charges.( mark ) the woman who ran him down is
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also in trouble... she is facing an assault with a deadly weapon charge. ( darya ) uber is now allowing users to request rides for their loved ones. the ride-sharing app wants to make their service accessible to everyone in the family.( mark ) the user will select whether the requested ride is for them or for someone else. the app would send a text message to the rider with the driver's details and a link to track the route. uber hopes this will provide safe and reliable transportation to more people. this feature launched on tuesday in thirty countries -- with more expected to join
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soon. (mark) one bay area city is debuting new trains this morning. we have a preview of the latest public transit system.
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(mark)(darya) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... seasonable summer pattern in place with a marine layer along the coast leading to areas of night and morning low clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( mark ) a group of parents in
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the east bay are raising questions about why their school district is asking for more detailed racial information kids.( darya ) kron4's maureen kelly has the details. i feel uncomfortable very uncomfortable because i don't know why you're doing this what's the purpose? what makes lucy ye uneasy is the registration form she was asked to fill out before entering her 5 year old son kevin into his transitional kindergarten class at the beginning of the last school year.under the section entitled what's your child's ethnicity.parents can chose latino or not latino, white, african american.but when there not just one box for
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asian.instead there are more than a dozen different asian subgroups. korean japanese chinese vietnamese and all of those countries in asia. why should we do that?sylvia tian is another pleasanton mom who doesn't think it's fair that asian parents are being asked to diferentiate themseleves in this way.why single out asians why single out all the countries? in asia? that's not correctboth moms feel that this data could end up hurting their kid's chances when they are applying for college.the pleasanton school district says they are just complying with legislation requiring the collection of this data that passed in 2011. a spokesperson with the state deparment of education says they use the data to track how kids from these subgroups are doing in school so they identify those who need more help.the law that required the state to collect this demographic data was co sponsored by several asian and pacific islander civil rights groups.education should be colorblind national origin blind it should be equal to all people the group that wants to see this practice end met with state assmemblywomab catherine baker of san ramon who says she will look into the issue and the possiblity of crafting new legislation. maureen kelly kron4 news
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( mark ) fremont police are re- opening an investigation into a woman who went missing more than 20 years ago. the decision to reopen the case comes after police found new evidence. 25-year-old sheri lynn muhleman went missing back in 1989. she was last seen packing up her things from her boyfriend's house in fremont. the couple also had a daughter together. police say based on current witness statements and physical evidence they believe muhleman was the victim of a homicide. but her body was never found. ( darya ) a california doctor is in jail... charged with having sex with at least three minors. benjamin shettell has a practice in redding. the physician was arrested on 50 different
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charges. the allegations surfaced when an ex-boyfriend sent a message to the doctor's coworkers saying that shettell was having sex with multiple underage boys. at least one of the minors he's accused of having sex with was a patient. he is being held on 3 million dollars bail. .( darya ) a former san francisco international airport screener has pleaded guilty to receiving a bribe as a public official. joseph scott admits he allowed 50 pounds of cocaine to pass through his x-ray machine. police say scott accepted around 45-hundred dollars to allow the drugs to pass. the man who bribed scott was sentenced last week to four years in prison. he admitted to smuggling cocaine and marijuana through s-f-o security for several years by paying scott. a total of seven bay area airport screeners face similar charges. ( mark ) one of the most senior officials in the catholic church is accused of a string of sexual assault charges. cardinal george pell is facing multiple charges from several accusers in australia. pell has
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denied any wrongdoing. he says he plans to return to australia where he will defend the charges. during a government investigation in 2013... pell apologized for historical abuse in the church. he also acknowledged that cover-ups by others allowed pedophile priests to continue abusing children. pell currently serves as a top adviser to pope francis and is the vatican's top financial adviser. ( mark ) president trump is promising a surprise when it comes to the republican health care bill. but the president is not offering any details about what that surprise might be. so far nine republican senators have opposed the current bill. a usa today poll shows that only 12 percent of americans support the bill that was released by republican senators last week. according to the congressional budget office, about 22- million americans would lose coverage under the plan. ( mark ) protesters shouted and held signs as president trump arrived at his first re-election fundraiser last night. donors for the event at the trump
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international hotel in washington paid 35-thousand dollars to attend. this fundraising event comes two and a half years sooner than either president obama or president george w. bush started re-election fundraising. ( darya ) happening today... the sonoma-marin area rail transit district is offering a free preview of its smart train.( mark ) kron four's yoli acevas is live at the rohnert park stations with more on the preview. yoli? ( yoli ) it is happening between rohnert park and the marin civic center stations starting on thursday. the district will also run trains between the sonoma county airport station and the marin county fair at the marin civic center on july first and july fourth. the free preview is in advance of full regular
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train service between the airport station and downtown san rafael. a starting date for the regular service has not yet been announced.
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we will check back with you through out the morning. ( mark ) coming up... the larry o-brien trophy is making the rounds. where you can go check it out today. and after the break... why your credit score could get better without you having to do a thing.
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a new law goes into effect this weekend. experian, equifax and transunion are changing their standards starting on july first. those three credit agencies are wiping out about half of tax liens and almost all civil judgements from credit reports. people impacted could see their scores jump 20 to 40 points. the law is in response to a class action law suit claiming that people with the same name were getting mixed up, damaging a person's score.
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new law will help about 12 million people get a better credit score. critics of the law say people may appear more credit-worthy than they really are. and a warning from the experts: just because those marks from tax liens or civil judgments do not appear on your credit score after july first, does not mean they have totally vanished. you still have to to pay
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coming up on 8:45... here's a quick look at the top stories we're following this morning... a revised version of president trump's travel ban goes into effect tonight. under the new travel ban people in six countries who want to enter the u-s must prove a relationship with family already in the country. people who have already been admitted to schools in the u-s or have a job will also be allowed. the ban will last for 90 days.( mark ) the house of representatives will vote on a bill known as kate's law. the bill is named for kate steinle who was shot and killed in san francisco by an undocumented immigrant. it would impose mandatory minimum prison sentences for deportees who re-enter the country.( mark ) police near sacramento are investigating the death of a toddler who was found inside of a car. a man and woman have been detained and are being questioned by detectives. officers found an s-u-v parked
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in the wrong direction on a busy street. as officers began searching the car they found the body of a toddler covered with blankets in the backseat. (darya) in the weather center tracking the forecast with james... seasonable summer pattern in place with a marine layer along the coast leading to areas of night and morning low clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday.
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no major hot
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no major hot spots. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( darya ) the city of san jose is stepping up efforts to get the homeless off the streets and into permanent housing. "casa de novo" on the alameda has become a permanent home to about 50 families. it was converted from a motel by "abode services". they partnered with the city of san jose and santa clara county to create the housing. half of the facility is set aside for temporary and transitional housing. the other half is permanent residences where the tenants also have access to services like counseling and job training.
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( darya ) since 2010, abode services has helped about 45- hundred homeless people off the streets. ( mark ) double parking. it's not only illegeal but a safety hazard.( darya ) stanely roberts shows us some of the worst offenders on this edition of people badly. getting from point a to point b in san francisco has always been a challenge. but some challenges are completely avoidable roll you window down there is a parking space behind you why didn't you just park instead of blocking traffic im just in a hurry sir
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what i'm just in a hurry you were in a hurry yea so everyone else in not in a hurry i caught sight of the uber eats driver while i was cruising down chestnut street in san francisco, i go around the block expecting him to be gone ...but before i could even get there .see this right turn only sign? watch this driver with her right turn signal on turn left nats ambiance as i approach the double parked uber eats which made this muni bus cross into oncoming traffic behind the car was a perfectly usable parking spot it's commercial until 11 it was 11:30 i just never updated the dashcam timestamp nat: ambiance allow me to introduce you to a new feature i call dashcam follies where i simply drive around and see what my dashcam captures like this uber passing me up by using the transit lane as a work around ..not permitted nats: ambiance how about this uber using the bicycle lane to pass on the right of me . again not permitted it had uber and lyft dress trade on the front but not on the back as required by state lawthis red
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uber again double parked on chestnut street with no clear intention to move so there the driver sitswhile other drivers are forced to go around nats ambiance ok now im not sure if this driver is broke down or simply stopped on ofarrell it had no decals so i not sure what going on it was just sitting there nats: ambiance now to be fair its not just uber and lyft because finding delivery trucks double parked has become standard operating procedure if there is parking available but the truth is when you have 47 thousand ridehail drivers from all over the state converge on san franciso parking where ever they like and often blocking traffic to the point where it making people upset very upset so uber and lyft drivers, if you can find legal place to park, maybe just maybe people won't have so many negative preceptions . remember preception is the new reality in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news ( darya ) happening today the warriors championship trophy tour comes to the
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peninsula. you can see and take pictures with the 2017 larry o'brien trophy later this morning. it will be at dunk contest in burlingame from 11:00 this morning to 3:00 this afternoon. then it will move to the dunk contest store in san mateo. it will be there from 4:00 to 9:00 this evening. then tomorrow it will be at the team store at oracle arena ( mark ) an m-l-b umpire saves a woman attempting suicide on a bridge in pittsburg, pennsylvania. john tumpane saw a woman climbing over a railing above the river yesterday afternoon. he then approached her and locked both his arms around her back. tumpane says at times her feet were dangling off the bridge's edge, putting her full weight in his arms. tumpane says the woman urged him multiple times to let her go, telling him repeatedly that "you don't care about me." he says he kept responding assuring her that he does care and that he wouldn't let go. tumpane held onto her until police arrived and helped lift her back over the railing. the woman was later taken to the
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hospital. hours later, tumpane umpired the pirates game at p-n-c park. ( mark ) and here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge... have assembled. spider-man... black widow... captain america... and eddie? so, what's the plan? breaking out the guardians, pal. come celebrate the all-new guardians of the galaxy-mission: breakout! during the summer of heroes, only at disneyland resort. hero up! ahead at eight on the
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kron 4 morning news... president trump's revised travel ban goes into effect tonight. we have team coverage with what you need to know. and a new bill being voted on today could change immigration policies in the u-s. and the law is named after a woman who was killed in san francisco. we'll have the details. plus...a thief is targeting bay area yoga studios and taking off with credit cards. we'll give you a good look at the thief and where tell you where he's going on a you where he's going on a shopping spree. ♪
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darya folsom..(mark) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... seasonable summer pattern in place with a marine layer
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along the coast leading to areas of night and morning low clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) back to our breaking news... president trump's travel ban is going into effect a 5- o'clock tonight. ( mark ) will tran is here with the details you ( will ) under the new travel ban people in six countries who want to enter the u-s must prove a relationship with family already in the country.
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that means the person must have either a parent... spouse... child or sibling in the u-s. people who have already been admitted to schools in the u-s or have a job will also be allowed. the country included in the ban include... libya... syria... somolia... sudan... iran and yemen. and relationships that will not be sufficient enough to get you in the country include... grandparents, grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, fiancees, brothers-in- law and sisters-in-law, cousins, or other extended family members. the ban will last for 90 days. the ban extends to 120 days for refugees from those countries. the ban goes into effect at 5 o'clock tonight. back to you in the studio. ( darya ) thanks will.(
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mark ) let's continue our team coverage with lydia pantazes who is live at s-f-o speaking to travelers this morning. lydia. ( lydia ) here behind me there are civil rights attorneys on standby in case any passengers are affected by the travel ban. the attorneys are from several civil rights groups. i asked how they would even know if someone was having an issue getting into the country. they said the find out one of three ways, the first is through a family member or friend who has been waiting for someone. they also hear from other passengers, asking if they saw something unusual in the customs process or they get tips through hotline. we asked one of the attorneys about why they think the travel ban is a violation of civil rights....
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justice: "the travel ban at its core as we can see from travel ban one is based on the idea that, um, a particular religious group should not be able to enter the united states. that's a clear violation of the constitution of our fundamental values as americans. it is absolutely not helping our national security. in fact, it extremely hurts our reputation abroad, internationally. it is not helpful for our safety and security as americans.">( lydia ) we also spoke with passengers, many of them unaware of the travel ban. but some we spoke with don't believe it will help prevent terrorism. ( darya ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( mark ) the travel ban comes as the department of homeland security announced new changes today to airport
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security for flights arriving in the u.s. airports and airlines that fail to follow the new rules, could face fines. they could also be banned from operating direct flights to the u.s. airports will now conduct more thorough passenger interviews and have better vetting of future employees. homeland security secretary john kelly also said that travelers can also expect enhanced screening of electronic devices. the secretary did not rule out a complete lap top ban in the future. it will be up to the airlines to implement these new ( darya ) also happening today... the u-s house will vote on a bill known as kate's law. the bill is named for kate steinle who was shot and killed in san francisco by an undocumented immigrant. president trump is urging the house to pass the bill. it would impose mandatory minimum prison sentences for deportees who re-enter the united states. the man accused of killing steinle had been
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deported multiple times. the house is also considering another bill that would strip certain federal grants from sanctuary cities like san francisco... that refuse to cooperate with immigration authorities. ( mark ) police near sacramento are investigating the death of a toddler who was found inside of a car. a man and woman have been detained and are being questioned by detectives. officers found an s-u-v parked in the wrong direction on a busy street. police say the man and woman were just sitting in the car. officers checked and found out that the man had an outstanding warrant out of arkansas. and as officers began searching the car they found the body of a toddler covered with blankets in the backseat. police have not released much information on the toddler and are still trying to figure out the cause of death. ( darya ) firefighters are still trying to get a handle on a wildfire that is burning in san bernardino county. so far more than 600- acres have burned and it is only 40- percent contained. hundreds of firefighters are battling the flames since it
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broke out on tuesday. authorities have lifted the mandatory evacuations in the area. but highways in the area are still closed this morning. and you can see there are several wildfires burning across the state. here is map showing where they are burning... most of them are in the central valley and california areas. ( darya ) in the south bay... a brush fire comes dangerously close to a home in san jose. this is cell phone video of neighbors using hoses to help put out the fire yesterday. san jose fire and calfire were out fighting the fire as well. helicopters and planes were used to dump water and fire retardant. one of the homeowners says he was told fireworks may be to blame:
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east bay teenager are suing the san ramon unified school district. the teen made a controversial video while running for student body president. the school district says that the video showed images of terrorists. the school district temporarily removed the student from his post as the student body president. he was eventually reinstated. the attorney for the parents released a statement to kron 4 saying the school acted unconstitutionally and punished the student for expressing his ideas. the school district has not commented on the lawsuit. ( mark ) a wallet thief and credit card fraud suspect known for targeting bay area yoga studios has struck again. police have identified the suspect as christopher newton. they say this time he is suspected of stealing from people at the 'just-be-yoga' studio in walnut creek. police say they captured him on surveillance video. investigators say that newton is likely targeting small fitness studios because of the low security profile.
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fit that profile. he is a suspect that we have dealt with in the past. he currently has warrants in the system for his arrest right now in walnut creek and other jurisdictions"> ( mark ) investigators say newton is known to take taxi-cabs to stores like target to rack up thousands of dollars in charges using stolen credit cards. ( darya ) san jose police are investigating what appears to be an attempted murder- suicide. officers responded to a shooting on creston lane by mclaughlin avenue yesterday morning. there they found a man dead in the middle of the street. shortly after they found a woman in a nearby home who was also shot and injured. police say the man called 9-1-1 after trying to kill the woman and then shot and killed himself. that's when the woman ran away into a nearby home. the woman was taken to the hospital to be treated for her injuries. no word on her condition (darya) still ahead on the kron four morning news... as the 4th of july holiday approaches... we'll show you where safe and legal fireworks are being sold in the bay area. and after
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the break... we'll tell you why a pregnant woman went after a man in a crowded parking lot. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge
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( mark ) a 26-year-old pregnant woman in north carolina found a man breaking into her s-u-v at a walmart parking lot, so she went after him.( darya ) after being unable to catch him on foot, she jumps into her car and chased after him. here is what happened next....(
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darya ) the man only suffered minor injuries. he is now facing multiple charges.( mark ) the woman who ran him down is also in trouble... she is facing an assault with a deadly weapon charge. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news.. . we'll talk winners and losers on wall street with our financial expert rob black.
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(darya) welcome back... checking the roads with robin... (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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seasonable summer pattern in place with a marine layer along the coast leading to areas of night and morning low clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday. (mark) (mark) time to talk
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winners and losers with our financial expert rob black
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winner: applications for u.s. unemployment aid rise, but still low at 244,000 .. . slightly more people sought u.s. unemployment benefits last week, but the number of applications remained at a historically low level suggesting a strong job market. : the labor department says weekly applications rose by 2,000 to a seasonally adjusted 244,000. the less volatile four-week average fell 2,750 to 242,250.applications are a close indication of layoffs. they have come in below 300,000, a historically low level, for 121 weeks in a row. that's the longest such
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stretch since 1970. employers have added jobs at a steady pace this year, though somewhat slower than in 2016, and the unemployment rate is at a 16-year low of 4.3%. winner: big banks are about to hand $130 billion to investors, and their stocks are soaring . .. the big banks are getting a big boost going into thursday trading. the federal reserved gave
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across the board approvals for the financial companies' capital plans, most of which included share buybacks and dividend increases. the approvals are a signal of strength for the banks, as the fed no longer thinks holding more capital in reserve to help survive a potential crisis is necessary. instead of reserving their money, the banks are able to share it with their shareholders. winner: here's why renting-
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instead of owning-a home may be a smart money move . . .. a lot of people look forward to owning their own home and consider it a rite of passage into adulthood (well, maybe not millennials so much). even after you've considered home ownership from every angle, asked yourself some important questions and weighed the pros and cons, you still might want to hold off on snapping up your dream home. housing prices have gotten so out of hand in most parts of the country that many
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people are better off just renting. what is the best financial advice you can give me? christopher"same house, same spouse, same car." (man vo) dad forgot how to brush his teeth.
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if you are too, ask about namzaric today. ( darya ) while many cities are cracking down on illegal fireworks, some bay area cities do allow certain types of fireworks to be sold. (
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mark ) kron4's philippe djegal has what you need to know before buying any fireworks. nats- "you pay $19.99 and you get both of these." when you're among the first in line like the vaupen family... take your pick.aidan vaupen/14- years-old- "we got luck of the irish and the 49er pack." 13 fireworks booths are now open in the city of dublin. and, as long as you're 18 or older, you can make a purchase. lauren madigan/buying fireworks- "i thought sparklers would be fun, ha." all of the fireworks sold in booths like this one are considered safe and sane... and, if you need confirmation... check out the box of what you purchase... and, look for the seal of approval from the state fire marshall.kevin ferrell/buying fireworks- "some of the old favorites, you know, snakes and piccolo pete's and stuff like that." kevin ferrell -- buying his fireworks from a group of volunteers raising money for booster clubs at dublin high school.rosemary brassea/volunteer- "on the fourth, right up until we close, yes, it is very busy." feel free to light your fireworks in the city of
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dublin... but only at designated areas. if you own a single famly home, you can use your driveway.shari jackman/city of dublin- "we of course, ask that they stay away from all vegetation, trash cans, uh, fences and that sort of thing." and, if you live in an apartment building or complex... head to one of four parks where city of dublin spokesperson shari jackman says fireworks are allowed. shari jackman/city of dublin- "emerald glen park, shannon park, the dublin sports grounds, and alamo creek park. and, people can use them on the fourth of july between the hours of 10am and 10pm." aiden vaupen and family are looking forward to it.aiden vaupen/14-years-old- "i think its fun, i like to hangout with my friends and lighting of some fireworks and eating some food." bring some water too... to stay hydrated and to douse off you're used fireworks before throwing them in the trash. in dublin, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( darya ) and you'll want to celebrate july 4th with kron-4. watch live fireworks from around the bay area and across the nation from the comfort of your home. july 4-th live kicks off tuesday at 9 p.m. right here on the bay station. (rebecca) tracking your morning forecast. details
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k) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... seasonable summer pattern in place with a marine layer along the coast leading to areas of night and morning low
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clouds followed by sunny afternoons away from the coast. these conditions are expected to continue through the 4th of july holiday. a major hot spot in san jose nb 280 after hwy 17, traffic alert issued, slow from hwy 87
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( mark ) a group of parents in the east bay are raising questions about why their school district is asking for more detailed racial information about their kids.( darya ) kron4's maureen kelly has the details. i feel uncomfortable very uncomfortable because i don't know why you're doing this what's the purpose? what makes lucy ye uneasy is the registration form she was asked to fill out before entering her 5 year old son kevin into his transitional kindergarten class at the beginning of the last school year.under the section
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entitled what's your child's ethnicity.parents can chose latino or not latino, white, african american.but when there not just one box for asian.instead there are more than a dozen different asian subgroups. korean japanese chinese vietnamese and all of those countries in asia. why should we do that?sylvia tian is another pleasanton mom who doesn't think it's fair that asian parents are being asked to diferentiate themseleves in this way.why single out asians why single out all the countries? in asia? that's not correctboth moms feel that this data could end up hurting their kid's chances when they are applying for college.the pleasanton school district says they are just complying with legislation requiring the collection of this data that passed in 2011. a spokesperson with the state deparment of education says they use the data to track how kids from these subgroups are doing in school so they identify those who need more help.the law that required the state to collect this demographic data was co sponsored by several asian and pacific islander civil rights groups.education should be colorblind national origin blind it should be equal to all people the group that
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wants to see this practice end met with state assmemblywomab catherine baker of san ramon who says she will look into the issue and the possiblity of crafting new legislation. maureen kelly kron4 news ( mark ) fremont police are re-opening an investigation into a woman who went missing more than 20 years ago. the decision to reopen the case comes after police found new evidence. 25-year-old sheri lynn muhleman went missing back in 1989. she was last seen packing up her things from her boyfriend's house in fremont. the couple also had a daughter together. police say based on current witness statements and physical evidence they believe muhleman was the victim of a homicide. but her body was never found. ( mark ) a california doctor is in jail... charged with having sex with at least three minors. benjamin
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shettell has a practice in redding. the physician was arrested on 50 different charges. the allegations surfaced when an ex-boyfriend sent a message to the doctor's coworkers saying that shettell was having sex with multiple underage boys. at least one of the minors he's accused of having sex with was a patient. he is being held on 3 million dollars bail. .( darya ) a former san francisco international airport screener has pleaded guilty to receiving a bribe as a public official. joseph scott admits he allowed 50 pounds of cocaine to pass through his x-ray machine. police say scott accepted around 45-hundred dollars to allow the drugs to pass. the man who bribed scott was sentenced last week to four years in prison. he admitted to smuggling cocaine and marijuana through s-f-o security for several years by paying scott. a total of seven bay area airport screeners face similar charges. ( darya ) one of the most senior officials in the catholic church is accused of a string of sexual assault charges. cardinal george
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pell is facing multiple charges from several accusers in australia. pell has denied any wrongdoing. he says he plans to return to australia where he will defend the charges. during a government investigation in 2013... pell apologized for historical abuse in the church. he also acknowledged that cover-ups by others allowed pedophile priests to continue abusing children. pell currently serves as a top adviser to pope francis and is the vatican's top financial adviser. ( mark ) president trump is promising a surprise when it comes to the republican health care bill. but the president is not offering any details about what that surprise might be. so far nine republican senators have opposed the current bill. a usa today poll shows that only 12 percent of americans support the bill that was released by republican senators last week. according to the congressional budget office, about 22- million americans would lose coverage under the plan. ( mark ) we are learning
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more information about the impact the republican health bill would have on california. the department of health care services say the state's budget could take a 30-billion dollar annual hit if the bill passes. the bill would have a 114-billion dollar impact on the state's budget between 20-20 and 20-27. the costs would come largely in reductions in federal money to medicaid. nearly four- million californians are on medi-cal, which is the state's insurance program for ( darya ) happening today... the sonoma-marin area rail transit district is offering a free preview of its smart train.( mark ) kron four's yoli acevas is live at the rohnert park stations with more on the preview. yoli? ( yoli ) it is happening between rohnert park and the marin civic center stations starting on thursday. the district will also run trains between the sonoma county airport station and the marin county fair at the marin civic
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center on july first and july fourth. the free preview is in advance of full regular train service between the airport station and downtown san rafael. a starting date for the regular service has not yet been announced.
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we will check back with you through out the morning. (darya) coming up on the kron four morning news... the rockets are ruining basketball, they're building a super team and need to be stopped. k-d thinks it's funny, he's laughing so hard he's crying. even if you're a football fan, would you let your spouse wear a helmet to your own wedding? the gary's world rewind is coming up.
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(robin) a major hot spot in san jose nb 280 after hwy 17, traffic alert issued, slow from hwy 87.richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. (rebecca) tracking your morning forecast... the world according to gary is
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welcome back to the kron 4 morning news...
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every morning at 7:45 we talk sports with gary radnich. and in case you missed it here's the gary's world rewind. (darya) gary, where are all the warriors haters this morning? they should be so afraid and upset with the rockets. it's not a good morning... this is the end of basketball. the rockets are trying to assemble their own super team and it's not fair. gary says the have two guys, but the warriors have four. but they want more. they picked up chris paul, they already have james harden, they would like to get paul george, or maybe carmelo anthony. and before you know it you have the avengers and they are ruining the sport. gary says it must be tough to live in a world where everybody is out to get you. if the warriors were attacked the whole year for what kd did and we're just
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ruining everything, where is the balance of power? this is socialism in basketball, the equilibrium of the universe is being thrown off by these basketball players who think they can go anywhere. gary says kevin durant is the second best player in the world so that's why there was all the hubub when he came. he says chris paul is really good, but he's been there so long with the clippers, and before that in new orleans he never got out of the second round of the playoffs. (darya) kd thinks it's so stupid that he's laughing. here's his twitter response... it was just some laughing emojis. it annoys me people are attacking the warriors, so i look at this and say good for the rockets, give it your best shot. gary says people do pick in mediocre,
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people don't pick on lousy. he says when people quit picking on you, it means you're not on top anymore. (darya) steph is so worried he's switching sports. he's going pro in golf, he gets to play with the pros. and he says he won't go happy gilmore. he's keeping the expectations low, but he's actually a good golfer. this is the first time he will be playing with the pros in golfing. gary says jerry rice tried it back
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in 2010. he says if you invite these big names you get people to talk about it. he says there's not one golfer in this event you've ever heard of. jerry rice was out after two days, so it will be interesting to see how steph does... because you're competing against these guys who have been golfing for years. the event is the first week of august. gary says anything steph does is going to get a crowd. (darya) and klay is so worried that he's jumping
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for joy. or dancing. this is how kids dance these days. he's still in china selling shoes. he's dancing to edm. (darya) okay gary, if you're getting married to me you better love me more than
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football. and you're not wearing a helmet to the game. this guy loves the dolphins so much he wore a helmet to his wedding. he can't even kiss the bride because he has a mouthpiece in there. gary says when you wear that kind of stuff you're just looking for attention. (darya) one more thing about football
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players... they are getting incentives for losing weight. legarret blount only has to lose 5 pounds and he gets $50,000. by the time camp starts, he has to lose 5 pounds. that's only a month.
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carrying some pigs crashed along an interstate in texas this morning. it happened when the big rig crashed into the center median and caught on fire. some of the animals got out and wandered along the highway. it closed in both directions. no people were hurt. investigators are still looking into what caused the big rig to crash. (mark) kids with are higher i-q are likely to live longer. (darya) that's according to a new study out of scotland. researchers tracked 65-thousand people since their birth until age of 79. they say children who had a high i-q at the age of 11 were far less likely to have died from heart disease, stroke, or certain cancers.
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experts say this is because people who are more intelligent are better at looking after themselves... saying they are less likely to smoke and more likely to follow healthier lifestyles. seven day (darya)that's it for us this morning... our next newscast is at 5 o clock tonight. (mark) don't forget, you can stay connected on our mobile app, kron four dot com and on our facebook and twitter feeds. toss to weat ♪
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