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live report. ( will ) and officials stressing ocean safety this labor day. i will have the details in a live report. ( dave ) and i will have your labor day forecast coming up. ( tiffany ) good morning i'm tiffany mcelroy( mark ) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather with dave spahr... (dave)remnant moisture from lidia will continue to spread northward across the region today and result in a slight
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chance of showers and thunderstorms. while widespread precipitation is unlikely, increased cloud cover and returned onshore flow will cool conditions region-wide today. temperatures will also drop back down to near seasonal averages by tuesday and persist into late week with the possibility of the marine layer returning with overnight and morning coastal clouds. ( mark ) now lets get a check of the bridges... taking a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( mark ) and here is a live look at the bay bridge. ( mark ) now to the
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richmond bridge. ( mark ) and the golden gate bridge. ( mark ) our top story this morning...president trump is expected to announce that he will end the "dreamers" program.( tiffany ) the program known as "daca" granted work permits to undocumented immigrants who arrived in the country as children.( mark ) kron 4's lydia pantazes is live in berkeley where a rally will be held later this afternoon to oppose the president's plan. lydia. ( lydia ) president donald trump is expected to end a program that protected undocumented immigrants who came to the united states as children.kron4's lydia pantazes is live at uc berkeley,lydia?(lydia)there is expected to be a protest here on the campus of usc berkeley
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at 4pm against ending the program known as daca.(take vo) the deferred action for early childhood arrivals program grants work permits for undocumented immigrants who arrived in the country as children.two of the sources said the plan is to have a six-month delay in any action regarding daca program to allow congress time to pass a fix through legislation that would allow the undocumented immigrants to stay in the country.the daca program is popular among democrats and moderate republicans, many of whom have introduced legislation in congress to try to protect the population permanently.we heard from a california senator scott weiner on the issue.(sot)the program was introduced by president obama in 2012 has protected an 800-thousand young adults from deportation. reporting live in berkeley, lydia pantazes kron4 news. "this is the country that they know as their home they grew up here. they are for all intensive purposes are americans and we should be embracing them and they're trying to get their education, they are trying to start their careers. they are trying to start families and they have to worry about whether they are going to get deported to a country that they may not even know very well. we have kids that get deported to say mexico that dont know spanish because they grew up here and didn't learn spanish from their parents.:"
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( mark ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( tiffany ) apple ceo tim cooks says he is standing by hundreds of apple immigrant employees brought to the united states. cooks says those employees came to the u-s as children shielded from deportation by daca. daca...has allowed nearly 800- thousand immigrants who were brought to the country illegally as kids... to remain in the u.s. and legally work. ( mark ) happening today... there are safety warnings out this morning if you are heading to the beach.( tiffany ) this comes after rip currents swept a man out to sea over the weekend. kron 4's will tran is live at ocean beach this morning with the details. will. ( will )ocean beach was the place to be sunday - whether you were paddleboardin greadingor enjoying an old-fashioned cook-out. thousands of people came to the shoreso parking was not
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easy by any stretch of the imagination.cars parked as illegally and creatively as possible, and there was still no room left for more.on a more serious note, san francisco firefighters put out a message warning people about rip currents, which can be especially dangerous for an unsuspecting out-of-towner. they had to rescue a man who was drowning saturday.remember - don't try to swim against the current.get out of it at 90 degrees.surfers tend to know that bit of safety information.they also say saturday was an even better day on the waves than sunday.
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( tiffany ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( mark ) happening today... hundreds of people in the east bay will join workers in more
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than 300 cities to march in a labor day strike. the workers say they will be stressing their demand for union rights. the protests will be conducted by the same people who marched for a 15-dollar minimum wage in california. today's march will start at 9:00 at the mcdonald's on jackson street in oakland. ( mark ) happening now... crews are battling a fire in gilroy. this is video was sent to us by a kron four viewer. the fire is burning near bally bunion court and eagle ridge court. the fire has burned about 10 to 15 acres. there are no reports of any injuries or buildings being threatened. ( tiffany ) police arrested a man accused of attacking a bart passenger with a knife in oakland. it happened saturday night on a pittsburg-bay point train. officers were already on scene when the train arrived at the west oakland station. police arrested 23-year-old jayeddy davis after a brief chase. davis was already on active probation and was booked into the glenn dyer jail in oakland. the victim was injured in the attack but is expected to be okay. ( tiffany ) a fire burning in southern california is
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being called the biggest fire in the history of the city of los angeles. governor jerry brown has declared a state of emergency in los angeles county due to the massive la tuna fire. the flames have already burned nearly six-thousand acres, destroyed three homes and shut down a stretch of the two-ten freeway. hundreds of homes have already been evacuated.
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contained. the fire has destroyed 32 homes and another five-hundred homes are threatened. over 15 hundred firefighting personnel are currently working to put the wildfire out. ( mark ) and in trinity county.... the helena fire as now grown to more than 74 hundred acres. it is only 6 percent contained this morning.. it started wednesday near the town of helena, west of weaverville along highway 299. 72 homes have been destroyed and 60 structures are still threatened. the cause of the fire is under investigation. ( tiffany ) north korea carries out another nuclear test and u-s military officials say this is the biggest one yet.( mark ) north korean officials say they have now developed an advanced hydrogen bomb that could sit atop an intercontinental ballistic missile.( tiffany ) melisa raney has the latest. reporter:"mr. president, will you attack north korea?" president trump:"we'll see." "we'll see"... those words
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from the commander-in-chief on sunday following major news out of north korea... president trump hinting that a retaliatory military strike could be on the table after the rogue nation's largest nuclear test yet. the president took to twitter sunday morning,saying north korea's words and actions "continue to be very hostile and dangerous to the united states."the test came just hours after north korea released images of leader kim jong un inspecting what it said was a hydrogen bomb ready to be put on top of an intercontinental ballistic missile --- the type of weapon the country would need to deliver a nuclear warhead to far-away locations like the united states.the test prompted a sunday afternoon national security meeting at the white house... with both trump and the vice president in attendance.secretary james mattis"we made clear that we have the ability to defend ourselves and our allies, south korea and japan. from any attack, and our commitment among the allies are ironclad. any threat to the united states or its territories, including guam or our allies will be met with a massive
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military response."new sanctions are already in the works.treasury secretary steven mnuchin spoke about those plans on sunday.steven mnuchin, treasury secretary: "i'm gonna draft a sanctions package to send to the president for his strong consideration that anybody that wants to do trade or business with them would be prevented from doing trade or business with us. we are going to work with our allies, we'll work with china, but people need to cut off north korea economically. this is unacceptable behavior."an emergency u-n security council meeting will be held monday morning in response to north korea's latest nuclear test. i'm melisa raney reporting. ( tiffany ) and a reminder... that the lake merritt bart station will be closed for one more day while crews work on the tracks. the closure will impact customers traveling on the warm springs, dublin/pleasant on, and oakland airport lines. bart will instead provide free buses for riders with tickets to connect to other stations. but -- expect about a 30- minute delay.
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the station will re-open tomorrow. ( tiffany ) still ahead on the kron four morning news... cleanup efforts are underway in texas following hurricane harvey. see the long road ahead for the people of texas and after the break... people are not the only ones dealing with the heat. see the steps bay area shelters are taking to keep animals safe from the heat.( dave ) and i will check your bay area forecast coming up (dave)warm not as hot today, your forecast is next !
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♪ good goes around and around. . ( tiffany ) animal shelters here in the bay area are doing what they can to try and keep their animals safe from the heat. this is video from the humane society of the north bay in vallejo. they put sheets on the fences to block the sun. then they spray those sheets with water to keep the animals cool. they also put pools
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out for the dogs. they've even given their animals popsicles to stay cool. the director said some of the small dogs are in the air conditioning but they have a special system for the others. ( tiffany ) officials at the shelter say you shouldn't walk your dogs on the concrete or asphault during this hot weather. they also warn against leaving your dogs in the car without the windows open. ( mark ) ( darya ) welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast with james fletcher.
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(dave)remnant moisture from lidia will continue to spread northward across the region today and result in a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. while widespread precipitation is unlikely, increased cloud cover and returned onshore flow will cool conditions region-wide today. temperatures will also drop back down to near seasonal averages by tuesday and persist into late week with the possibility of the marine layer returning with
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overnight and morning coastal clouds. ( mark ) now lets get a check of the bridges... taking a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( mark ) and here is a live look at the bay bridge. ( mark ) now to the richmond ( mark ) and the golden gate bridge.
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( tiffany ) this moring people in texas are cleaning up after hurricane harvey.( mark ) most of the businesses in houston are expected to reopen tomorrow.( tiffany ) kristen holmes has the latest from texas. good morning we're here in kingwood, texas where the cleaning up process has really just begun. you can see behind me here there are piles of trash, furniture, debris, insulation-- these are people's lives-- and this is just unique to this neighborhood. we've seen it street after street. this is what these communities are dealing with now and probably for the next days, weeks. months-- even years. --pkg-- with ninety-five percent of the city finally dry-- houston is beginning the long process of cleaning up...healing... and rebuilding"i lost everything from my hosue- all my efforts for seven years-- all my things-- my children's things-- i lost everything" many victims of hurricane harvey attended church sunday for the first time since the storm hit"so god gave us a storm"while celebrities lent a helping hand harry connick jr. / entertainer: "all my friends in houston, i'm gonna let it shine..."singer harry connick jr. entertaining evacuees at a houston convention center. saturday-- president trump and the first lady visiting areas of storm ravaged texas and lousianapresident trump handed
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out meals...supplies...and hugs pres donald trump/saturday/h ouston: "really, i think people appreciate what's been done. it's been done very efficiently, very well and that's what we want. we're very happy with the way everything's going. there's a lot of love, a lot of love." but it's a long road to recovery---the city of beaumont finally getting running water-- but officials warn residents may have to continue to boil it before use for another monthand with the start of the school year just around the corner-- up to fifteen thousand students could be displaced-- with nearly two hundred schools reporting damage.harvey could be one of the most expensive disasters in us history.the white house has asked for a nearly eight billion dollars in disaster relief.gov. greg abbott/-r- texas: "it is very clear, the president has made it clear, congress is making it clear, this is just a down payment//we have over five million people who are affected by this. it's not just the flood in houston. it is the hurricane swath all the way from corpus christi over to beaumont. so, it's gonna require even more than what was funded for katrina, which was about 120 billion dollars."
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( mark ) about 70 dogs and cats have been flown to the bay area from texas. a shelter in austin needed help finding homes for the animals it already had in order to make room for the large number of pets that were lost in the storm. crews brought in 50 dogs and 20 cats. 4 different bay area crews are working together to find these animals a home. thos groups include the san francisco s-p-ca... and charlie's acres of sonoma who donated the private jet to bring the animals to california.
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dogs that were picked up as stray because those dogs probably belong to people. so it was challenging to leave so many behind but knowing that they probably have families and knowing that there's more work to do.">( mark ) these pets should be available for adoption by the end of next week. if you want to help foster or adopt you can find a list of the participating orginizations on kron 4 dot com. ( mark ) and some bay area firefighters who are in texas helping with the recovery efforts my soon be deployed to florida. officials fear that hurricane irma could target florida later this week as it moves through the caribbean. right now... fire fighters from south san francisco... san mateo... palo alto... san jose and menlo park are all in texas waiting to find out if they will be sent to florida. ( mark ) if you want to help the victims of hurricane harvey -- you can make a donation to the red cross. you can donate ten dollars by texting the word harvey to
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90-999... you can also log on to the red cross's website: red-cross-dot-org. ( tiffany ) still ahead on the kron four morning news... see the new project on bart and how it is meant to make the tracks safer. and next... millions of people across the country will be barbecuing today. the warnings from bay area firefighters after the break. firefighters after the break. food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate. for all the streaming and the shopping and the newsing, but most of all... for the this. internet for one everyday simple price and no extra monthly fees.
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of the people who will be out barbecuing fire officials have some safety tips for you.( mark ) kron4's hermela arigawi has the details. staying safe while barbequing this labor day weekend.fire officials say.. it only takes one mistake to start a deadly fire.tip number one.. keep at least three feet around the barbequing area..tracey chin/oakland fire dept batallion chiefplease please please not on a wooden deck and also enough distance away from home and also not under any covering of your home.so if anything should happenw here the bbq gets out of control and flames up and flares up then its not going to extend to your home officials say also allow time after you initially start the fire rather than adding more fuel. tracey chin/oakland fire dept batallion chiefsometimes what they do is they dont see that flame right away so theyll relight it again so they'll bring that ignition source back over or theyll also pour more lighter fluid and that usually creates some significant issues where
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theyll have a flare up and let coal and equipment cool down before you put it away or throw it away. ( mark )( mark ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... president trump is set to end one of president obama's signature immigration policies. how it could impact nearly a million undocumented immigrants. (dave) your bay area forecast is next. (dave)warm not as hot today, your forecast is next !
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rain... suddenly turns into a gusty storm. in santa barbara... the wind sent beach umbrellas and kayaks bouncing. one woman says her niece was hit by a flying object. the little girl is okay. ( mark ) (tiffany) welcome back to
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the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (dave)the strong ridge of high pressure that brought two consecutive days of oppressive heat to our region will continue to drift off to the east over the next few days. as a result, a cooling trend that began on sunday will continue through midweek. moisture from remnants of tropical storm lidia will produce a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms across mainly
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southern portions of our region through monday night. ( mark ) now lets get a check of the bridges... taking a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( mark ) and here is a live look at the bay bridge. ( mark ) and the golden gate bridge. ( mark ) our top story this morning... president trump is planning on ending a program that protects nearly a million immigrants who came to the u-s illegaly as children.( tiffany ) the president is expected to make the decision official tomorrow. john lawrence has the details. the "dream" may soon be over for nearly a million people living in america."it's a very, very tough subject. we are going to deal with daca with heart."president trump is
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expected to announce an end to the deferred action for childhood arrivals program on tuesday, according to four sources who are familiar with trump's thinking. the plan would have daca repealed in six months.if repealed, that means many undocumented immigrants who arrived in the country as children could lose protection from deportation. "i came to the u.s. with my family in 2005 as a 12-year-old." "so i came here in 2004, i was like 9-years-old." president obama put the policy in place five years ago through executive order.sen. jeff flake/r-arizona "there are 800-thousand daca kids. kids who are brought across the border. the median age i think is six years old for those 800-thousand when they came across the border. they should not be punished for the sins of their parents." two sources familiar with trump's plan say he hopes to give congress six months to legislate a formal replacement for daca sarah huckabee
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sanders/white house press secretary"the president's priorities on immigration are to create a system that encourages legal immigration and benefits our economy and american workers." steven mnuchin/treasury secretary "this is a complicated issue and something i'm sure that the president will consider carefully as it relates to the economic impact." senator bernie sanders says if the president ends daca, it "will be one of the ugliest and cruelest decisions ever made by a president in our modern history."and on tuesday, those 800-thousand dreamers will find out whether or not their american dreams will be coming to an end.officials from ten states had said that they would give president trump until september 5 to announce an end to the program.i'm john lorinc reporting. ( mark ) police arrested a mother for hitting her children at a bart station. police say 28-year-old cherrelle mcmillion of oakland was drunk at the macarthur station saturday afternoon. witnesses say mcmillion punched and slapped her 9- year-old daughter and pushed her 22-month old toddler. mcmillion was arrested and booked into the santa rita jail on charges of of public
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intoxication and injury to a child. her children are now staying with other family members. ( mark ) bart is about to get 9-million dollars for two security projects meant to protect the system from potential threats. the biggest chunk of the money.. about 7-point-5 million dollars... will go to plans to protect the transbay tube. the rest of the money will be used to form an 8 member team to patrol the tube between san francisco and oakland (tiffany) a man has died at burning man after running into the flames of the burning tower. the man who died is 41-year old aaron joel mitchell. authorities say he ran through two-layers of security officers into the fire. mitchell was rescued by firefighters and then airlifted to the burn center at u-c davis hospital, where he died. doctors confirmed mitchell was ánot under the influence of alcoholbut that a toxicology report is pending as part of the investigation. about 70-thousand people attended this years festival about 100 miles north of reno. (tiffany) crews are doing some impressive work in big
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sur. they're on a tight schedule to get the pfeiffer canyon bridge project done. caltrans released this time-lapse video. now that crews have reached the south side.. the next step is to lower the bridge into place. caltrans hopes to have the 24- million dollar project done by early next month. (tiffany) once the bridge is lowered into place... crews still have more work to do. they'll still have to add rebar and pour more than 500 cubic yards of concrete. ( mark ) this morning we are learning what advice president obama offered president trump before leaving office. c-n-n obtained the copy of a letter that president obama left for president trump in the white house. mr. obama urged the president to build opportunities for the less fortunate. the letter also said that the u-s is key to sustaining the international order - and it should be
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maintained through action and example. and finally, mr. obama advised president trump to take time for family and friends... because they'll help him get through rough patches. shortly after the inauguration... president trump said he appreciated the letter from president obama, calling it "long, complex and thoughtful". ( mark ) prince william and the duchess of cambridge are expecting their third child. kensington palace says the queen is delighted by the news. but the duchess is suffering from severe morning sickness... so she couldn't carry out her engagements today. william and kate already have two children... prince george and princess charlotte. (tiffany) after nine and a half months in space -- american astronaut peggy wilson came back to earth this weekend. her return marks the end of a record-breaking flight that moved her into first place for u.s. space endurance. wilson spent 288 days off-planet on this mission alone -- and her 665 total space days is the most for any american and any other woman worldwide. the
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57-year old also set a record for world's oldest spacewoman -- on her 10th spacewalk. she says she's happy to get back to showers and pizza...but will miss the feeling of weightlessness. (tiffany) walter becker...the guitarist, bassist and co-founder of steely dan...has died. he passed away sunday at the age of 67, according to his personal website. no word as to the cause of his death becker co-founded steely dan with singer donald fagen in 19-72. they went on to produce a string of major hits in the 70s and early 80s, including "reelin' in the years", "do it again" and "rikki don't lose that number." steely dan was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 2001. in a statement first reported by rolling stone, fagen says he intends to keep the music he and becker created together alive as long as he can. (mark) coming up... surviving hurricane katrina. an evacuee starts a new life in san francisco. what she hopes the victims of harvey are getting... that she didn'tl
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and after the break... one of the biggest comebacks in sports history. how u-c-l-a erased 34 points from the board. and here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge. electric light orchestra ] ♪ sailin' away on the crest of a wave, it's like magic ♪ ♪ rollin' and ridin' and slippin' and slidin' ♪ ♪ it's magic
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endzone...touchdown jordan leslie! >( mark ) and
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that's what it sounds like to come back and win a game when you're down 34 points. u-c-l-a pulled off the incredible feat last night after being down 44 to 10 in the 3rd quarter. at that point in time u-c-l-a had only a point five percent chance of winning the game.(tiffany) u-c-l-a's gigantic come from behind win capped off a weekend of upsets in college football. the biggest of which was when howard university upset u-n-l-v 43 to 40. u-n-l-v was a 45 point favorite to win. they had paid howard 600 thousand dollars to play the school too. ( mark ) take a look at this.. u-s-c puts in blind snapper jake olson for the final extra point in the game. olson lost his vision after having his eye removed due to cancer. olson was guided on the field by his kicker teammate chase mcgrath.
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(tiffany) the umpire makes sure he's in the right place and is ready. he makes a nice snap and the extra point is good! teammates swarm him and help him off the field. he's congratulated by coaching staff and teammates. (dave) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break.
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( mark ) at least 6 people are dead after tropical storm lidia hit mexico's baja california south. this is video of the storm making landfall. more than 5 thousand homes will need to be rebuilt due to severe flooding. (dave)the strong ridge of high pressure that brought two
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consecutive days of oppressive heat to our region will continue to drift off to the east over the next few days. as a result, a cooling trend that began on sunday will continue through midweek. moisture from remnants of tropical storm lidia will produce a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms across mainly southern portions of our region through monday night.
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( mark ) now lets get a check of the bridges... taking a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( mark ) and here is a live look at the bay bridge. ( mark ) now to the richmond bridge. ( mark ) and the golden gate bridge. as oregon's eagle creek wildfire grows to some three- thousand acres ... authorities have ordered more than 200 homes and businesses to evacuate.(mark)reporter lashay
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wesley met with one family who evacuated. flames push closer to cascade locks. smoke blanketing the town as residents were told to pack up and go. across the columbia river, the red cross set up a shelter---giving people under evacuation orders a place to stay. nat sound: "we're just hoping that it stops."nancy garcia and her family made camp---keeping an eye on the fire that forced them to leave their home of 22 years. nancy garcia:"at six in the morning sharp they knocked on the door and they said it was a level two evacuation. just letting you guys now. pack your bags, get your important stuff and get ready to leave because at level iii you guys should go" homes and businesses south of i-84 are under level 3 evacuation orders--the most serious..families áánortháá of the freeway have been told to be ready. early this morning, nancy says heavy smoke was all around her house. nancy garcia: "we went outside and all the
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smoke was all above the rooftop so we thought it was actually right behind us."the family of four packed up essentials.. nancy garcia: "passports, birth certificates, social security cards."their dogs--.nat sound: and items close to their hearts. nat sound:things that can't be replaced. nancy garcia:"she passed in 2009. my sister helped me grab our mom's memories. she's not with us anymore, so grabbed her pictures. all the little memories that we had of her." the family left their home under a level 2 evacuation order--increased later to a level 3 order. at the shelter, the family watched the fire expand ...a big plume of smoke grow--and the fire move down the mountain. nancy garcia: "this smoke cloud right here is twice and a half the size." (mark)authorities believe a firework may have sparked the wildfire.they say the suspect is a juvenile male who is
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cooperating with authorities. ( mark ) hurricane harvey made landfall nearly 12 years after what had been considered this country's most devastating storm... hurricane katrina. the impact of that disaster still lingers in the city of new orleans. kron4's maureen kelly talked to a woman who evacuated here to san francisco after katrina and says she hopes the people of houston are treated better. i would've loved to of gotten to have gone back i missed new orleans my heart is a new orleansdiane evans fled new orleans with her daughter and 7 year old grandson and now lives in san francisco's tenderloin. we came to san francisco after katrina after we got off the roof we came out heretemporarily but they were no jobs no housing no schools in new orleansthe pictures of the devastation in and around houston is bringing back some bad memories for her. i pray they don't have to go
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through what we went through she felt that those who didn't evacuate before hurricane katrina hit were blamed for what happened to them after. folks said well they should have left. folks didn't have money my daughters car would've made it to baton rouge.people were blame for their condition and by blaming the people you have no trouble just forgetting about them discounting them and i pray that doesn't happen with harvey. she says the government and the groups who were supposed to help victims of katrina let them down...and there was a impact from that neglect.after katrina people started dying because of stress, old people young people dying just dealing with stress but a lot of that stress is on this was unnessary and that's what i hope is not visited on the people of harvey the effects of hurricane katrina is still visable in new orleans, especially in it's demographics. there are 100-thousand fewer african americans living there than before the diaster.you can go into parts of new orleans today and it looks like katrina left last month they refuse to build back up inhe areas that were heavily black she hopes this time around, there's more help to get
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evacuees back home quickly, so they can begin to rebuild their lives.maureen kelly kron4 news ( mark ) a lack of sleep may be a contributing factor to a-d-h-d. docotrs have found a strong connection between people with a-d-h-d and sleep problems. saying the connection could be because a person's day and night rhythem has been disrupted. and the timing of several physical processes has been disrupted as well which include body temperature, movement patterns and meal timing. difficulty in falling asleep and staying asleep is also connected to daytime sleepiness, lack of energy, drowsiness, fatigue and irritability. 75 percent who are already diagnosed with a-d-h-d suffer from some sort of sleep disorder. ( mark ) we'll be back as the kron 4 morning news continues... and here's a live look outside... embarcadero.
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fothere's a seriousy boomers virus out there that's been almost forgotten. it's hepatitis c. one in 30 boomers has hep c, yet most don't even know it. because it can hide in your body for years without symptoms, and it's not tested for in routine blood work. the cdc recommends all baby boomers get tested. if you have hep c, it can be cured. for us it's time to get tested. ask your healthcare provider for the simple blood test. it's the only way to know for sure. ( tiffany ) in entertainment news... captain america gets taken down by a puppy.( mark ) david daniel has that and more in the hollywood minute. (nat)"captain america" -- taken down by a dog! chris evans recently returned from "10 long weeks" filming away from home, and his puppy, dodger, was very happy to see him. evans posted the clip on
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twitter, where it received hundreds of thousands of "likes" within hours."i've learned more about humiliation in the past few weeks than i'd hoped i would in a lifetime." from humiliation to celebration! "the queen" star claire foy is getting the royal treatment: the actress has been named the 20-17 britannia british artist of the year. she'll pick up her prize october 27th at the british academy britannia awards in los angeles... two weeks after her latest movie, "breathe," opens in limited release."who is this woman?" "she's my, um, secretary, sir." (nat) "she's, she's a very good secretary."warner brothers is celebrating despite the summer slump at the box office. warner topped all other major studios for the season, with 790-million dollars in domestic grosses, led by "wonder woman"... christopher nolan's world war two epic "dunkirk"... and the hit horror prequel "annabelle: creation," a trio that made the other studios' summers even scarier. in hollywood,
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i'm david daniel. ( mark ) coming up in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news... president trump is set to end one of president obama's signature immigration policies. we are live in the east bay where people will be protesting this afternoon. plus... it is the largest wildfire in the history of los angeles. the steps the governor is taking to help people in southern california.
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( tiffany ) good morning i'm tiffany mcelroy( mark ) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather with dave spahr... (dave)remnant moisture from lidia will continue to spread northward across the region today and result in a slight chance of showers and
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thunderstorms. while widespread precipitation is unlikely, increased cloud cover and returned onshore flow will cool conditions region-wide today. temperatures will also drop back down to near seasonal averages by tuesday and persist into late week with the possibility of the marine layer returning with overnight and morning coastal clouds. ( mark ) now lets get a check of the bridges... taking a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( mark ) and here is a live look at the bay bridge.
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( mark ) now to the richmond bridge. ( mark ) and the golden gate bridge. ( mark ) our top story this morning... the dream may be over. president trump is expected to announce that he will end the "daca" program.( tiffany ) that program granted work permits to undocumented immigrants... who came to the country as children.( mark ) kron 4's lydia pantazes is live in berkeley where a rally will be held later this afternoon to oppose the president's plan. lydia. ( lydia ) president donald trump is expected to end a program that protected undocumented immigrants who ( lydia ) president donald trump is expected to end a program that protected undocumented immigrants who came to the united states as children.
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kron4's lydia pantazes is live at uc berkeley,lydia?(lydia) there is expected to be a protest here on the campus of usc berkeley at 4pm against ending the program known as daca.(take vo)the deferred action for early childhood arrivals program grants work permits for undocumented immigrants who arrived in the country as children.two of the sources said the plan is to have a six-month delay in any action regarding daca program to allow congress time to pass a fix through legislation that would allow the undocumented immigrants to stay in the country.the daca program is popular among democrats and moderate republicans, many of whom have introduced legislation in congress to try to protect the population permanently.we heard from a california senator scott weiner on the issue.(sot)the program was introduced by president obama in 2012 has protected an 800-thousand young adults from deportation. reporting live in berkeley, lydia pantazes kron4 news. ( mark ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( tiffany ) apple ceo tim cooks says he's standing apple's hundreds of immigrant employees. cooks says those employees came to the u-s as children... and should be shielded from deportation. daca...has allowed nearly 800-thousand immigrants who were brought to the country illegally as kids... to remain in the u.s. and legally work. ( mark ) happening today... there are safety warnings out this morning if you are heading to the beach.( tiffany ) this comes after rip currents swept a man out to sea over the weekend. kron 4's will tran is live at ocean beach this morning with the details. will. ( will )ocean beach was the place to be sunday - whether you were paddleboardin greadingor enjoying an old-fashioned cook-out. thousands of people came to the shoreso parking was not easy by any stretch of the imagination.cars parked as illegally and creatively as possible, and there was still no room left for more.on a
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more serious note, san francisco firefighters put out a message warning people about rip currents, which can be especially dangerous for an unsuspecting out-of-towner. they had to rescue a man who was drowning saturday.remember - don't try to swim against the current.get out of it at 90 degrees.surfers tend to know that bit of safety information.they also say saturday was an even better day on the waves than sunday.
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watching people talk about rip currents in the past. it's very dangerous out here. one piece of advice most people want to give is never turn your back on the ocean> ( tiffany ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( mark ) happening today... hundreds of people in the east bay will join workers in more than 300 cities to march in a labor day strike. the workers say they will be stressing their demand for union rights. the protests will be conducted by the same people who marched for a 15-dollar minimum wage in california. today's march will start at 9:00 at the mcdonald's on jackson street in oakland. ( mark ) happening now... crews are battling a fire in gilroy. this is video was sent to us by a kron four viewer. the fire is burning near bally bunion court and eagle ridge court. the fire has burned about 10 to 15 acres. there are no reports of any injuries or buildings being threatened. ( tiffany ) police arrested a man accused of attacking a bart passenger with a knife in oakland. it happened saturday night on a pittsburg-bay point train. officers were already on scene when the train arrived
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at the west oakland station. police arrested 23-year-old jayeddy davis after a brief chase. davis was already on active probation and was booked into the glenn dyer jail in oakland. the victim was injured in the attack but is expected to be okay. ( mark ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... cleaning up after hurricane harvey. when businesses could reopen in the city of houston.(tiffany) plus... surviving hurricane katrina. an evacuee starts a new life in san francisco. what she hopes the victims of harvey are getting... that she didn'tl ( mark ) and... closed for one more day. how to get around... as bart crews work on the tracks at lake merrit. and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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( tiffany ) and a reminder... that the lake merritt bart station will be closed for one more day while crews work on the tracks. the closure will impact customers traveling on the warm springs, dublin/pleasant on, and oakland airport lines. bart will instead provide free buses for riders with tickets to connect to other stations. but -- expect about a 30- minute delay. the station will re-open tomorrow. ( mark ) coming up.... north korea's latest nuclear test... is its biggest yet. how the u-s is responding. (dave) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. a full weather report right after the break. welcome
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back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast with james fletcher. (dave)remnant moisture from lidia will continue to spread northward across the region today and result in a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. while widespread precipitation is unlikely, increased cloud cover and returned onshore flow will cool conditions region-wide today.
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temperatures will also drop back down to near seasonal averages by tuesday and persist into late week with the possibility of the marine layer returning with overnight and morning coastal clouds.
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( mark ) now lets get a check of the bridges... taking a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( mark ) and here is a live look at the bay bridge. ( mark ) now to the richmond bridge. ( mark ) and the golden gate bridge. ( tiffany ) this moring people in texas are cleaning up after hurricane harvey.( mark ) most of the businesses in houston are expected to reopen tomorrow.( tiffany ) kristen holmes has the latest from texas. good morning we're here in kingwood, texas where the cleaning up process has really just begun. you can see behind me here there are piles of trash, furniture, debris, insulation-- these are people's lives-- and this is just unique to this neighborhood. we've seen it street after street. this is what these communities are dealing with now and probably for the next days, weeks. months-- even years. --pkg--
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with ninety-five percent of the city finally dry-- houston is beginning the long process of cleaning up...healing... and rebuilding"i lost everything from my hosue- all my efforts for seven years-- all my things-- my children's things-- i lost everything" many victims of hurricane harvey attended church sunday for the first time since the storm hit"so god gave us a storm"while celebrities lent a helping hand harry connick jr. / entertainer: "all my friends in houston, i'm gonna let it shine..."singer harry connick jr. entertaining evacuees at a houston convention center. saturday-- president trump and the first lady visiting areas of storm ravaged texas and lousianapresident trump handed out meals...supplies...and hugs pres donald trump/saturday/h ouston: "really, i think people appreciate what's been done. it's been done very efficiently, very well and that's what we want. we're very happy with the way everything's going. there's a lot of love, a lot of love." but it's a long road to recovery---the city of beaumont finally getting running water-- but officials warn residents may have to continue to boil it before use for another monthand with the start of the school year just around the corner-- up to fifteen thousand students could be displaced-- with
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nearly two hundred schools reporting damage.harvey could be one of the most expensive disasters in us history.the white house has asked for a nearly eight billion dollars in disaster relief.gov. greg abbott/-r- texas: "it is very clear, the president has made it clear, congress is making it clear, this is just a down payment//we have over five million people who are affected by this. it's not just the flood in houston. it is the hurricane swath all the way from corpus christi over to beaumont. so, it's gonna require even more than what was funded for katrina, which was about 120 billion dollars." ( mark ) and some bay area
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firefighters who are in texas helping with the recovery efforts my soon be deployed to florida. officials fear that hurricane irma could target florida later this week as it moves through the caribbean. right now... fire fighters from south san francisco... san mateo... palo alto... san jose and menlo park are all in texas waiting to find out if they will be sent to florida. ( mark ) if you want to help the victims of hurricane harvey -- you can make a donation to the red cross. you can donate ten dollars by texting the word harvey to 90-999... you can also log on to the red cross's website: red-cross-dot-org. ( tiffany ) north korea carries out another nuclear test and u-s military officials say this is the biggest one yet.( mark ) north korean officials say they have now developed an advanced hydrogen bomb that could sit atop an intercontinental ballistic missile.( tiffany ) melisa raney has the latest. reporter:"mr. president, will you attack north korea?" president trump:"we'll see." "we'll see"... those words
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from the commander-in-chief on sunday following major news out of north korea... president trump hinting that a retaliatory military strike could be on the table after the rogue nation's largest nuclear test yet. the president took to twitter sunday morning,saying north korea's words and actions "continue to be very hostile and dangerous to the united states."the test came just hours after north korea released images of leader kim jong un inspecting what it said was a hydrogen bomb ready to be put on top of an intercontinental ballistic missile --- the type of weapon the country would need to deliver a nuclear warhead to far-away locations like the united states.the test prompted a sunday afternoon national security meeting at the white house... with both trump and the vice president in attendance.secretary james mattis"we made clear that we have the ability to defend ourselves and our allies, south korea and japan. from any attack, and our commitment among the allies are ironclad. any threat to the united states or its territories,
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including guam or our allies will be met with a massive military response."new sanctions are already in the works.treasury secretary steven mnuchin spoke about those plans on sunday.steven mnuchin, treasury secretary: "i'm gonna draft a sanctions package to send to the president for his strong consideration that anybody that wants to do trade or business with them would be prevented from doing trade or business with us. we are going to work with our allies, we'll work with china, but people need to cut off north korea economically. this is unacceptable behavior."an emergency u-n security council meeting will be held monday morning in response to north korea's latest nuclear test. i'm melisa raney reporting. (tiffany) coming up... making the tracks safer. the new project bart is working on. ( mark ) plus... a fall staple is almost here. when you can buy the pumpkin spice latte at starbucks. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge.
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angeles county due to the massive la tuna fire. the flames have already burned nearly six-thousand acres, destroyed three homes and shut down a stretch of the two-ten freeway. hundreds of homes have already been evacuated.
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county.... the helena fire as now grown to more than 74 hundred acres. it is only 6 percent contained this morning.. it started wednesday near the town of helena, west of weaverville along highway 299. 72 homes have been destroyed and 60 structures are still threatened. the cause of the fire is under investigation. (dave) tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break. un-stop right there!
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umbrellas and kayaks bouncing. one woman says her niece was hit by a flying object. the little girl is okay. ( mark )(tiffany) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (dave)the strong ridge of high pressure that brought two consecutive days of oppressive heat to our region will continue to drift off to the east over the next few days. as a result, a cooling trend that began on
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sunday will continue through midweek. moisture from remnants of tropical storm lidia will produce a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms across mainly southern portions of our region through monday night. ( mark ) now lets get a check of the bridges... taking a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( mark ) and here is a live look at the bay bridge. ( mark ) now to the richmond bridge. ( mark ) and the golden gate bridge.
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( mark ) our top story this morning... president trump is planning on ending a program that protects nearly a million immigrants who came to the u-s illegaly as children.( tiffany ) the president is expected to make the decision official tomorrow. john lawrence has the details. the "dream" may soon be over for nearly a million people living in america."it's a very, very tough subject. we are going to deal with daca with heart."president trump is expected to announce an end to the deferred action for childhood arrivals program on tuesday, according to four sources who are familiar with trump's thinking. the plan would have daca repealed in six months.if repealed, that means many undocumented immigrants who arrived in the country as children could lose protection from deportation. "i came to the u.s. with my family in 2005 as a 12-year-old." "so i came here in 2004, i was like
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9-years-old." president obama put the policy in place five years ago through executive order.sen. jeff flake/r-arizona "there are 800-thousand daca kids. kids who are brought across the border. the median age i think is six years old for those 800-thousand when they came across the border. they should not be punished for the sins of their parents." two sources familiar with trump's plan say he hopes to give congress six months to legislate a formal replacement for daca sarah huckabee sanders/white house press secretary"the president's priorities on immigration are to create a system that encourages legal immigration and benefits our economy and american workers." steven mnuchin/treasury secretary "this is a complicated issue and something i'm sure that the president will consider carefully as it relates to the economic impact." senator bernie sanders says if the president ends daca, it "will be one of the ugliest and cruelest decisions ever made by a president in our modern history."and on tuesday, those 800-thousand dreamers will find out whether or not their american dreams will be coming to an end.officials from ten
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states had said that they would give president trump until september 5 to announce an end to the program.i'm john lorinc reporting. ( mark ) police arrested a mother for hitting her children at a bart station. police say 28-year-old cherrelle mcmillion of oakland was drunk at the macarthur station saturday afternoon. witnesses say mcmillion punched and slapped her 9- year-old daughter and pushed her 22-month old toddler. mcmillion was arrested and booked into the santa rita jail on charges of of public intoxication and injury to a child. her children are now staying with other family members. ( mark ) bart is about to get 9-million dollars for two security projects meant to protect the system from potential threats. the biggest chunk of the money.. about 7-point-5 million dollars... will go to plans to protect the transbay tube. the rest of the money will be used to form an 8 member team to patrol the tube between san francisco and oakland (tiffany) a man has died at burning man after running into the flames of the burning tower. the man
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who died is 41-year old aaron joel mitchell. authorities say he ran through two-layers of security officers into the fire. mitchell was rescued by firefighters and then airlifted to the burn center at u-c davis hospital, where he died. doctors confirmed mitchell was ánot under the influence of alcoholbut that a toxicology report is pending as part of the investigation. about 70-thousand people attended this years festival about 100 miles north of reno. (tiffany) crews are doing some impressive work in big sur. they're on a tight schedule to get the pfeiffer canyon bridge project done. caltrans released this time-lapse video. now that crews have reached the south side.. the next step is to lower the bridge into place. caltrans hopes to have the 24- million dollar project done by early next month.
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more... there's no days off until it's done.">(tiffany) once the bridge is lowered into place... crews still have more work to do. they'll still have to add rebar and pour more than 500 cubic yards of concrete. ( mark ) hurricane harvey made landfall nearly 12 years after what had been considered this country's most devastating storm... hurricane katrina.( tiffany ) the impact of that disaster still lingers in the city of new orleans. kron4's maureen kelly talked to a woman who evacuated here to san francisco after katrina and says she hopes the people of houston are treated better. i would've loved to of gotten to have gone back i missed new orleans my heart is a new orleansdiane evans fled new orleans with her daughter and 7 year old grandson and now lives in san francisco's tenderloin. we came to san francisco after katrina after we got off the roof we came out heretemporarily but they were no jobs no housing no schools in new orleansthe pictures of the devastation in and around houston is bringing
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back some bad memories for her. i pray they don't have to go through what we went through she felt that those who didn't evacuate before hurricane katrina hit were blamed for what happened to them after. folks said well they should have left. folks didn't have money my daughters car would've made it to baton rouge.people were blame for their condition and by blaming the people you have no trouble just forgetting about them discounting them and i pray that doesn't happen with harvey. she says the government and the groups who were supposed to help victims of katrina let them down...and there was a impact from that neglect.after katrina people started dying because of stress, old people young people dying just dealing with stress but a lot of that stress is on this was unnessary and that's what i hope is not visited on the people of harvey the effects of hurricane katrina is still visable in new orleans, especially in it's demographics. there are 100-thousand fewer african americans living there than before the diaster.you can go into parts of new orleans
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today and it looks like katrina left last month they refuse to build back up inhe areas that were heavily black she hopes this time around, there's more help to get evacuees back home quickly, so they can begin to rebuild their lives.maureen kelly kron4 news ( mark ) this morning we are learning what advice president obama offered president trump before leaving office. c-n-n obtained the copy of a letter that president obama left for president trump in the white house. mr. obama urged the president to build opportunities for the less fortunate. the letter also said that the u-s is key to sustaining the international order - and it should be maintained through action and example. and finally, mr. obama advised president trump to take time for family and friends... because they'll help him get through rough patches. shortly after the inauguration... president trump said he appreciated the letter from president obama, calling it "long, complex and thoughtful". ( mark ) more than 150 hikers rescued from the flames in oregon. this morning... they're talking about their frightening experience in the middle of a wildfire.(tiffany)
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plus... the royal family is getting bigger! how the duchness of cambridge is feeling... now that she's pregnant with baby number three.( mark ) and... if you're looking to cut back on sugar... you might want to put down the coffee. how caffeine can give you a sweet tooth. and here's a live look outside... richmond san rafael bridge.
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(mark) researchers at
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cornell university have found that caffeine can cause cravings for sweets. caffeine blocks a chemical that makes you feel sleepy. that chemical also helps you taste sweet things. blocking the ability to taste sweet flavors -- makes you crave sweets more. however caffeine does have some health benefits -- including reducing the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. (tiffany) september is here... and that means starbucks is bringing back its pumpkin spice latte. some stores are already selling the autumnal drink. but the pumpkin space latte won't officially be available until tomorrow. this drink is big business for the coffee giant. starbucks says 200- million pumpkin spice lattes have been sold in its first 10 years of existence. (james) watching the weather this morning. your forecast is right after the break.
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are dead after tropical storm lidia hit mexico's baja california south. this is video of the storm making landfall. more than 5 thousand homes will need to be rebuilt due to severe flooding. ( mark ) checking bay area roads before you head out the
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door.. (dave)the strong ridge of high pressure that brought two consecutive days of oppressive heat to our region will continue to drift off to the east over the next few days. as a result, a cooling trend that began on sunday will continue through midweek. moisture from remnants of tropical storm lidia will produce a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms across mainly southern portions of our region through monday night.
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( mark ) now lets get a check of the bridges... taking a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( mark ) and here is a live look at the bay bridge. ( mark ) now to the richmond bridge. ( mark ) and the golden gate bridge. ( mark ) more than 150 hikers are reunited with their
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family and friends... after being rescued from a fast-moving wildfire in oregon. katherine kisiel tells us how they are doing. woman:"all ten of us are on the bus, oh yeah.. relief." it's the news they've been waiting for.woman:"i can't wait to give you a hug, okay, be strong okay, you're almost there."family and friends learn their loved ones are just minutes away--nat sound: the hikers are weary... but glad to be home.man:"she just said she's glad to see me." noah brown and his high school friends were among the 153 hikers stranded in the gorge overnight.. with little food or water.many had just hiked to punchbowl falls for an afternoon swim.. when a wildfire changed their plans. tony szymczak:"we turned a corner and there it was.. up in flames."tony szymczak says they were on their way back to their car, but the fire made the trail impassable.he says is was a little tricky getting to a clearing for the night.
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tony szymczak:"having 153 people all moving at the same time on a cliff, you know, there's a lot that could go wrong and thankfully nothing did."many hikers tell us it got very cold.hiker:"the worst part was sleeping honestly. i did not sleep at all."our k2 director aisha woodburn also got caught in the fire.she says she and her friends huddled together.. just to stay warm.aisha woodburn:"i'm just happy to be back, probably take off work tomorrow." nat sound:"you have an excuse for tomorrow, get home safe, thanks man." ( mark ) authorities believe a firework may have sparked the wildfire. they say the suspect is a teen... he is cooperating with authorities. ( tiffany ) that was just one in a series of implosions to demolish the old span of the bay bridge over the weekend. the thirteen concrete islands will be destroyed on weekends
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through november. kron4's jeff pierce was there for the first implosion. saturday morning caltrans prepared for the final steps in removing the remnants of the old eastern span of the bay bridge. the next set of underwater explosions to remove the underwater piers began with clearing the bridge of pedestrians and bicyclists. representatives from the marine mammal center were in place to monitor any harm that might come to any mammals in the bay. so far all the safety mechanisms that they have set up worked because we have not had any injuries or stunnings that we have had to pull out of the water in any previous implosions. the california highway patrol briefly halted traffic on the new eastern span in an abundance of caution. we do this as a caution just to make sure that nobody hears the site implosion and causes a collision of some kind. with everything in place a veil of undersea air bubbles enveloped the two piers just seconds beforethe bay erupted in what appears to have been a successful operation. we'll continue to monitor the area over the next couple of hours
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later in the day we'll go in and do a sonar read of the actual demolition work but from the surface everything looked and appeared to go successfully today. the remaining underwater piers will go through this same process on weekends through the end of the year. we plan to be done by the end of the calendar year and some weekends we will be imploding one two or three of the piers going forward and i think so far the contractor has represented that he will be able to pull that off successfully. at the eastern span of the bay bridge jeff pierce kron four news. ( mark ) and that's what it sounds like to come back and win a game when
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you're down 34 points. u-c-l-a pulled off the incredible feat last night after being down 44 to 10 in the 3rd quarter. at that point in time u-c-l-a had only a point five percent chance of winning the game.(tiffany) u-c-l-a's gigantic come from behind win capped off a weekend of upsets in college football. the biggest of which was when howard university upset u-n-l-v 43 to 40. u-n-l-v was a 45 point favorite to win. they had paid howard 600 thousand dollars to play the school too. ( mark ) take a look at this.. u-s-c puts in blind snapper jake olson for the final extra point in the game. olson lost his vision after having his eye removed due to cancer. olson was guided on the field by his kicker teammate chase mcgrath. (tiffany) the umpire makes sure he's in the right place and is ready. he makes a nice snap and the extra point
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is good! teammates swarm him and help him off the field. he's congratulated by coaching staff and teammates. ( mark ) coming up on the kron four morning news... back on solid ground... how one astronaut just made made history... after spending months in space.(tiffany) and... an adorable reunion. how chris evans is melting hearts with this one. and here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge...
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whitson is finally back on the ground. she returned to earth on saturday... leaving the international space station... which had been her home for nine-months. whitson said her mission seemed to go quickly. but she does say she'll miss walking in the spaceship... and the view of earth. whitson has spent record 665 days in orbit--accumulated over three separate missions. that's longer than any american ever... and more time than any woman worldwide. (tiffany) captain america is taken down by a dog!( mark ) chris evans was away from home for 10 weeks... filming a new movie. as you can see... his puppy "dodger" was
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very happy to see him. evans posted the clip on twitter. he got hundreds of thousands of "likes" within hours. ( mark ) prince william and the duchess of cambridge are expecting their third child.(tiffany) kensington palace says the queen is delighted by the news. but the duchess is suffering from severe morning sickness... so she couldn't carry out her engagements today. william and kate already have two children... prince george and princess charlotte. ( mark ) coming up in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news... president trump is set to end one of president obama's signature immigration policies. we are live in the east bay where people will be protesting this afternoon. plus... it is the largest wildfire in the history of los angeles. the steps the governor is taking to help people in southern california.
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( tiffany ) good morning
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i'm tiffany mcelroy( mark ) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather with dave spahr... (dave)remnant moisture from lidia will continue to spread northward across the region today and result in a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. while widespread precipitation is unlikely, increased cloud cover and returned onshore flow will cool conditions region-wide today. temperatures will also drop back down to near seasonal averages by tuesday and persist into late week with the possibility of the marine layer returning with overnight and morning coastal clouds.
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( mark ) now lets get a check of the bridges... taking a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( mark ) and here is a live look at the bay bridge. ( mark ) now to the richmond bridge. ( mark ) and the golden gate bridge. ( mark ) our top story this morning...president trump is expected to announce that he will end the "dreamers" program.( tiffany ) the program known as "daca" granted work permits to undocumented immigrants who arrived in the country as children.( mark ) kron 4's lydia pantazes is live in berkeley where a rally will be held later this afternoon to oppose the president's plan. lydia. ( lydia ) president donald trump is expected to end a
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program that protected undocumented immigrants who came to the united states as children.kron4's lydia pantazes is live at uc berkeley,lydia?(lydia)there is expected to be a protest here on the campus of usc berkeley at 4pm against ending the program known as daca.(take vo) the deferred action for early childhood arrivals program grants work permits for undocumented immigrants who arrived in the country as children.two of the sources said the plan is to have a six-month delay in any action regarding daca program to allow congress time to pass a fix through legislation that would allow the undocumented immigrants to stay in the country.the daca program is popular among democrats and moderate republicans, many of whom have introduced legislation in congress to try to protect the population permanently.we heard from a california senator scott weiner on the issue.(sot)the program was introduced by president obama in 2012 has protected an 800-thousand young adults from deportation. reporting live in berkeley, lydia pantazes kron4 news. "this is the country that they
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know as their home they grew up here. they are for all intensive purposes are americans and we should be embracing them and they're trying to get their education, they are trying to start their careers. they are trying to start families and they have to worry about whether they are going to get deported to a country that they may not even know very well. we have kids that get deported to say mexico that dont know spanish because they grew up here and didn't learn spanish from their parents.:" ( mark ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( tiffany ) apple ceo tim cooks says he is standing by hundreds of apple immigrant employees brought to the united states. cooks says those employees came to the u-s as children shielded from deportation by daca. daca...has allowed nearly 800- thousand immigrants who were brought to the country illegally as kids... to remain in the u.s. and legally work. ( mark ) happening today... there are safety warnings out this morning if you are heading to the beach.( tiffany ) this comes after
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rip currents swept a man out to sea over the weekend. kron 4's will tran is live at ocean beach this morning with the details. will. ( will )ocean beach was the place to be sunday - whether you were paddleboardin greadingor enjoying an old-fashioned cook-out. thousands of people came to the shoreso parking was not easy by any stretch of the imagination.cars parked as illegally and creatively as possible, and there was still no room left for more.on a more serious note, san francisco firefighters put out a message warning people about rip currents, which can be especially dangerous for an unsuspecting out-of-towner. they had to rescue a man who was drowning saturday.remember - don't try to swim against the current.get out of it at 90 degrees.surfers tend to know that bit of safety information.they also say saturday was an even better
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day on the waves than sunday. ( tiffany ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( mark ) happening today... hundreds of people in the east bay will join workers in more than 300 cities to march in a labor day strike. the workers say they will be stressing their demand for union rights. the protests
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will be conducted by the same people who marched for a 15-dollar minimum wage in california. today's march will start at 9:00 at the mcdonald's on jackson street ( mark ) happening now... crews are battling a fire in gilroy. this is video was sent to us by a kron four viewer. the fire is burning near bally bunion court and eagle ridge court. the fire has burned about 10 to 15 acres. there are no reports of any injuries or buildings being threatened. ( tiffany ) police arrested a man accused of attacking a bart passenger with a knife in oakland. it happened saturday night on a pittsburg-bay point train. officers were already on scene when the train arrived at the west oakland station. police arrested 23-year-old jayeddy davis after a brief chase. davis was already on active probation and was booked into the glenn dyer jail in oakland. the victim was injured in the attack but is expected to be okay. ( tiffany ) a fire burning in southern california is being called the biggest fire in the history of the city of los angeles. governor
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jerry brown has declared a state of emergency in los angeles county due to the massive la tuna fire. the flames have already burned nearly six-thousand acres, destroyed three homes and shut down a stretch of the two-ten freeway. hundreds of homes have already been evacuated.
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are currently working to put the wildfire out. ( mark ) and in trinity county.... the helena fire as now grown to more than 74 hundred acres. it is only 6 percent contained this morning.. it started wednesday near the town of helena, west of weaverville along highway 299. 72 homes have been destroyed and 60 structures are still threatened. the cause of the fire is under investigation. (tiffany) coming up... people are not the only ones dealing with the heat. see the steps bay area shelters are taking to keep animals safe from the heat. and after the break.. closed for one more day. how to get around... as bart crews work on the tracks at lake merrit. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge
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( tiffany ) and a reminder... that the lake merritt bart station will be closed for one more day while crews work on the tracks. the closure will impact customers traveling on the warm springs, dublin/pleasant on, and oakland airport lines. bart will instead provide free buses for riders with tickets to connect to other stations. but -- expect about a 30- minute delay. the station will re-open tomorrow. (dave) i'm tracking your forecast. animal shelters here in
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the bay area are doing what they can to try and keep their animals safe from the heat. this is video from the humane society of the north bay in vallejo. they put sheets on the fences to block the sun. then they spray
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those sheets with water to keep the animals cool. they also put pools out for the dogs. they've even given their animals popsicles to stay cool. the director said some of the small dogs are in the air conditioning but they have a special system for the others. ( tiffany ) officials at the shelter say you shouldn't walk your dogs on the concrete or asphault during this hot weather. they also warn against leaving your dogs in the car without the windows open. ( mark )( darya ) welcome
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back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast with james fletcher. (dave)remnant moisture from lidia will continue to spread northward across the region today and result in a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. while widespread precipitation is unlikely, increased cloud cover and returned onshore flow will cool conditions region-wide today. temperatures will also drop back down to near seasonal averages by tuesday and persist into late week with
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the possibility of the marine layer returning with overnight and morning coastal clouds. ( mark ) now lets get a check of the bridges... taking a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( mark ) and here is a live look at the bay bridge. ( mark ) now to the
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richmond bridge. ( mark ) and the golden gate bridge. ( tiffany ) this moring people in texas are cleaning up after hurricane harvey.( mark ) most of the businesses in houston are expected to reopen tomorrow.( tiffany ) kristen holmes has the latest from texas. good morning we're here in kingwood, texas where the cleaning up process has really just begun. you can see behind me here there are piles of trash, furniture, debris, insulation-- these are people's lives-- and this is just unique to this neighborhood. we've seen it street after street. this is what these communities are dealing with now and probably for the next days, weeks. months-- even years. --pkg-- with ninety-five percent of the city finally dry-- houston is beginning the long process
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of cleaning up...healing... and rebuilding"i lost everything from my hosue- all my efforts for seven years-- all my things-- my children's things-- i lost everything" many victims of hurricane harvey attended church sunday for the first time since the storm hit"so god gave us a storm"while celebrities lent a helping hand harry connick jr. / entertainer: "all my friends in houston, i'm gonna let it shine..."singer harry connick jr. entertaining evacuees at a houston convention center. saturday-- president trump and the first lady visiting areas of storm ravaged texas and lousianapresident trump handed out meals...supplies...and hugs pres donald trump/saturday/h ouston: "really, i think people appreciate what's been done. it's been done very efficiently, very well and that's what we want. we're very happy with the way everything's going. there's a lot of love, a lot of love." but it's a long road to recovery---the city of beaumont finally getting running water-- but officials warn residents may have to continue to boil it before use for another monthand with the start of the school year just
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around the corner-- up to fifteen thousand students could be displaced-- with nearly two hundred schools reporting damage.harvey could be one of the most expensive disasters in us history.the white house has asked for a nearly eight billion dollars in disaster relief.gov. greg abbott/-r- texas: "it is very clear, the president has made it clear, congress is making it clear, this is just a down payment//we have over five million people who are affected by this. it's not just the flood in houston. it is the hurricane swath all the way from corpus christi over to beaumont. so, it's gonna require even more than what was funded for katrina, which was about 120 billion dollars." ( mark ) about 70 dogs and cats have been flown to the bay area from texas. a shelter in austin needed help finding homes for the animals it already had in order to make room for the large number of pets that were lost in the storm. crews brought in 50 dogs and 20 cats. 4
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different bay area crews are working together to find these animals a home. thos groups include the san francisco s-p-ca... and charlie's acres of sonoma who donated the private jet to bring the animals to california. ( mark ) these pets should be available for adoption by the end of next week. if you want to help foster or adopt you can find a list of the participating orginizations on kron 4 dot com. ( mark ) if you want to help the victims of hurricane harvey -- you can make a donation to the red cross. you can donate ten dollars by texting the word harvey to 90-999... you can also log
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on to the red cross's website: red-cross-dot-org. ( tiffany ) north korea carries out another nuclear test and u-s military officials say this is the biggest one yet.( mark ) north korean officials say they have now developed an advanced hydrogen bomb that could sit atop an intercontinental ballistic missile.( tiffany ) melisa raney has the latest. reporter:"mr. president, will you attack north korea?" president trump:"we'll see." "we'll see"... those words from the commander-in-chief on sunday following major news out of north korea... president trump hinting that a retaliatory military strike could be on the table after the rogue nation's largest nuclear test yet. the president took to twitter sunday morning,saying north korea's words and actions "continue to be very hostile and dangerous to the united states."the test came just hours after north korea released images of leader kim jong un inspecting what it said was a hydrogen bomb ready to be put on top of an intercontinental ballistic missile --- the type of weapon the country would need to
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deliver a nuclear warhead to far-away locations like the united states.the test prompted a sunday afternoon national security meeting at the white house... with both trump and the vice president in attendance.secretary james mattis"we made clear that we have the ability to defend ourselves and our allies, south korea and japan. from any attack, and our commitment among the allies are ironclad. any threat to the united states or its territories, including guam or our allies will be met with a massive military response."new sanctions are already in the works.treasury secretary steven mnuchin spoke about those plans on sunday.steven mnuchin, treasury secretary: "i'm gonna draft a sanctions package to send to the president for his strong consideration that anybody that wants to do trade or business with them would be prevented from doing trade or business with us. we are going to work with our allies, we'll work with china, but people need to cut off north korea economically. this is unacceptable behavior."an
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emergency u-n security council meeting will be held monday morning in response to north korea's latest nuclear test. i'm melisa raney reporting. ( mark ) and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge. ( tiffany ) if you are one
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of the people who will be out barbecuing fire officials have some safety tips for you.( mark ) kron4's hermela arigawi has the details. staying safe while barbequing this labor day weekend.fire officials say.. it only takes one mistake to start a deadly fire.tip number one.. keep at least three feet around the barbequing area..tracey chin/oakland fire dept batallion chiefplease please please not on a wooden deck and also enough distance away from home and also not under
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any covering of your home.so if anything should happenw here the bbq gets out of control and flames up and flares up then its not going to extend to your home officials say also allow time after you initially start the fire rather than adding more fuel. tracey chin/oakland fire dept batallion chiefsometimes what they do is they dont see that flame right away so theyll relight it again so they'll bring that ignition source back over or theyll also pour more lighter fluid and that usually creates some significant issues where theyll have a flare up and let coal and equipment cool down before you put it away or throw it away.
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(dave) i'm tracking your forecast.
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what started as a little rain... suddenly turns into a gusty storm. in santa barbara... the wind sent beach umbrellas and kayaks bouncing. one woman says her niece was hit by a flying object. the little girl is okay. ( mark ) (tiffany) welcome back to the kron four morning news...
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lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (dave)the strong ridge of high pressure that brought two consecutive days of oppressive heat to our region will continue to drift off to the east over the next few days. as a result, a cooling trend that began on sunday will continue through midweek. moisture from remnants of tropical storm lidia will produce a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms across mainly
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southern portions of our region through monday night. ( mark ) now lets get a check of the bridges... taking a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( mark ) and here is a live look at the bay bridge. ( mark ) now to the richmond bridge. ( mark ) and the golden gate bridge. ( mark ) our top story this morning... president trump is planning on ending a program that protects nearly a million immigrants who came to the u-s illegaly as children.( tiffany ) the president is expected to make the decision official tomorrow. john lawrence has the details. the "dream" may soon be over
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for nearly a million people living in america."it's a very, very tough subject. we are going to deal with daca with heart."president trump is expected to announce an end to the deferred action for childhood arrivals program on tuesday, according to four sources who are familiar with trump's thinking. the plan would have daca repealed in six months.if repealed, that means many undocumented immigrants who arrived in the country as children could lose protection from deportation. "i came to the u.s. with my family in 2005 as a 12-year-old." "so i came here in 2004, i was like 9-years-old." president obama put the policy in place five years ago through executive order.sen. jeff flake/r-arizona "there are 800-thousand daca kids. kids who are brought across the border. the median age i think is six years old for those 800-thousand when they came across the border. they should not be punished for the sins of their parents." two sources familiar with trump's plan say he hopes to give congress six months to legislate a formal replacement
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for daca sarah huckabee sanders/white house press secretary"the president's priorities on immigration are to create a system that encourages legal immigration and benefits our economy and american workers." steven mnuchin/treasury secretary "this is a complicated issue and something i'm sure that the president will consider carefully as it relates to the economic impact." senator bernie sanders says if the president ends daca, it "will be one of the ugliest and cruelest decisions ever made by a president in our modern history."and on tuesday, those 800-thousand dreamers will find out whether or not their american dreams will be coming to an end.officials from ten states had said that they would give president trump until september 5 to announce an end to the program.i'm john lorinc reporting. ( mark ) police arrested a mother for hitting her children at a bart station. police say 28-year-old cherrelle mcmillion of oakland was drunk at the macarthur station saturday afternoon. witnesses say mcmillion
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punched and slapped her 9- year-old daughter and pushed her 22-month old toddler. mcmillion was arrested and booked into the santa rita jail on charges of of public intoxication and injury to a child. her children are now staying with other family members. ( mark ) bart is about to get 9-million dollars for two security projects meant to protect the system from potential threats. the biggest chunk of the money.. about 7-point-5 million dollars... will go to plans to protect the transbay tube. the rest of the money will be used to form an 8 member team to patrol the tube between san francisco and oakland (tiffany) a man has died at burning man after running into the flames of the burning tower. the man who died is 41-year old aaron joel mitchell. authorities say he ran through two-layers of security officers into the fire. mitchell was rescued by firefighters and then airlifted to the burn center at u-c davis hospital, where he died. doctors confirmed mitchell was ánot under the influence of alcoholbut that a toxicology report is pending as part of the investigation. about 70-thousand people
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attended this years festival about 100 miles north of reno. (tiffany) crews are doing some impressive work in big sur. they're on a tight schedule to get the pfeiffer canyon bridge project done. caltrans released this time-lapse video. now that crews have reached the south side.. the next step is to lower the bridge into place. caltrans hopes to have the 24- million dollar project done by early next month. (tiffany) once the bridge is lowered into place... crews still have more work to do. they'll still have to add rebar and pour more than 500 cubic yards of concrete. ( mark ) this morning we are learning what advice president obama offered president trump before leaving office. c-n-n obtained the copy of a letter that president obama left for president trump in the white house. mr. obama urged the president to build
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opportunities for the less fortunate. the letter also said that the u-s is key to sustaining the international order - and it should be maintained through action and example. and finally, mr. obama advised president trump to take time for family and friends... because they'll help him get through rough patches. shortly after the inauguration... president trump said he appreciated the letter from president obama, calling it "long, complex and thoughtful". ( mark ) prince william and the duchess of cambridge are expecting their third child. kensington palace says the queen is delighted by the news. but the duchess is suffering from severe morning sickness... so she couldn't carry out her engagements today. william and kate already have two children... prince george and princess charlotte. (tiffany) after nine and a half months in space -- american astronaut peggy wilson came back to earth this weekend. her return marks the end of a record-breaking flight that moved her into first place for u.s. space endurance. wilson spent 288 days off-planet on this mission alone -- and her 665
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total space days is the most for any american and any other woman worldwide. the 57-year old also set a record for world's oldest spacewoman -- on her 10th spacewalk. she says she's happy to get back to showers and pizza...but will miss the feeling of weightlessness. (tiffany) walter becker...the guitarist, bassist and co-founder of steely dan...has died. he passed away sunday at the age of 67, according to his personal website. no word as to the cause of his death becker co-founded steely dan with singer donald fagen in 19-72. they went on to produce a string of major hits in the 70s and early 80s, including "reelin' in the years", "do it again" and "rikki don't lose that number." steely dan was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 2001. in a statement first reported by rolling stone, fagen says he intends to keep the music he and becker created together alive as long as he can. (mark) coming up... surviving hurricane katrina. an evacuee starts a new life
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in san francisco. what she hopes the victims of harvey are getting... that she didn'tl and after the break... one of the biggest comebacks in sports history. how u-c-l-a erased 34 points from the board. and here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge.
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♪ sun to the farm ♪ ♪ to the seeds in a row ♪ ♪ goodness begins with the seed that you sow ♪ ♪ plant that oat and watch it grow ♪ ♪ good goes around and around and around ♪ ♪ seed to the oat ♪ to get made to an o ♪ ♪ o from the farm ♪ ♪ straight into your bowl ♪
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put in the good and the good will grow ♪ ♪ good goes around and around and around ♪ ♪ good goes around and around... ♪ ( mark ) and that's what it sounds like to come back and win a game when you're down 34 points. u-c-l-a pulled off the incredible feat last night after being down 44 to 10 in the 3rd quarter. at that point in time u-c-l-a had only a point five percent chance of winning the game.(tiffany) u-c-l-a's gigantic come from behind win capped off a
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weekend of upsets in college football. the biggest of which was when howard university upset u-n-l-v 43 to 40. u-n-l-v was a 45 point favorite to win. they had paid howard 600 thousand dollars to play the school too. (dave) i'm tracking your forecast.
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food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. we just want fast internet for one, simple rate. for all the streaming and the shopping and the newsing, but most of all... for the this. internet for one everyday simple price and no extra monthly fees. are dead after tropical storm
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lidia hit mexico's baja california south. this is video of the storm making landfall. more than 5 thousand homes will need to be rebuilt due to severe flooding. ( mark ) checking bay area roads before you head out the door.. (dave)the strong ridge of high pressure that brought two
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consecutive days of oppressive heat to our region will continue to drift off to the east over the next few days. as a result, a cooling trend that began on sunday will continue through midweek. moisture from remnants of tropical storm lidia will produce a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms across mainly southern portions of our region through monday night.
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( mark ) now lets get a check of the bridges... taking a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( mark ) and here is a live look at the bay bridge.
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( mark ) now to the richmond bridge. ( mark ) and the golden gate bridge. (tiffany)as oregon's eagle creek wildfire grows to some three-thousand acres ... authorities have ordered more than 200 homes and businesses to evacuate.(mark)reporter lashay wesley met with one family who evacuated. flames push closer to cascade locks. smoke blanketing the town as residents were told to pack up and go. across the columbia river, the red cross set up a shelter---giving people under evacuation orders a place to stay. nat sound: "we're just hoping that it stops."nancy garcia and her family made camp---keeping an eye on the fire that forced them to leave their home of 22 years. nancy garcia:"at six in the morning sharp they knocked on the door and they said it was a level two evacuation. just letting you guys now. pack your bags, get
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your important stuff and get ready to leave because at level iii you guys should go" homes and businesses south of i-84 are under level 3 evacuation orders--the most serious..families áánortháá of the freeway have been told to be ready. early this morning, nancy says heavy smoke was all around her house. nancy garcia: "we went outside and all the smoke was all above the rooftop so we thought it was actually right behind us."the family of four packed up essentials.. nancy garcia: "passports, birth certificates, social security cards."their dogs--.nat sound: and items close to their hearts. nat sound:things that can't be replaced. nancy garcia:"she passed in 2009. my sister helped me grab our mom's memories. she's not with us anymore, so grabbed her pictures. all the little memories that we had of her." the family left their home under a level 2 evacuation
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order--increased later to a level 3 order. at the shelter, the family watched the fire expand ...a big plume of smoke grow--and the fire move down the mountain. nancy garcia: "this smoke cloud right here is twice and a half the size." (tiffany) authorities believe a firework may have sparked the wildfire. they say the suspect is a juvenile male who is cooperating with authorities. ( mark ) hurricane harvey made landfall nearly 12 years after what had been considered this country's most devastating storm... hurricane katrina.( tiffany ) the impact of that disaster still lingers in the city of new orleans. kron4's maureen kelly talked to a woman who evacuated here to san francisco after katrina and says she hopes the people of houston are treated better. i would've loved to of gotten to have gone back i missed new orleans my heart is a new orleansdiane evans fled new orleans with her daughter and 7 year old grandson and now lives in san francisco's tenderloin. we came to san francisco after katrina after we got off the roof we came
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out heretemporarily but they were no jobs no housing no schools in new orleansthe pictures of the devastation in and around houston is bringing back some bad memories for her. i pray they don't have to go through what we went through she felt that those who didn't evacuate before hurricane katrina hit were blamed for what happened to them after. folks said well they should have left. folks didn't have money my daughters car would've made it to baton rouge.people were blame for their condition and by blaming the people you have no trouble just forgetting about them discounting them and i pray that doesn't happen with harvey. she says the government and the groups who were supposed to help victims of katrina let them down...and there was a impact from that neglect.after katrina people started dying because of stress, old people young people dying just dealing with stress but a lot of that stress is on this was unnessary and that's what i hope is not visited on the people of harvey the effects of hurricane katrina is still visable in new orleans, especially in it's demographics. there are 100-thousand fewer african americans living there than before the diaster.you can go into parts of new orleans today and it looks like
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katrina left last month they refuse to build back up inhe areas that were heavily black she hopes this time around, there's more help to get evacuees back home quickly, so they can begin to rebuild their lives.maureen kelly kron4 news ( mark ) a lack of sleep may be a contributing factor to a-d-h-d. docotrs have found a strong connection between people with a-d-h-d and sleep problems. saying the connection could be because a person's day and night rhythem has been disrupted. and the timing of several physical processes has been disrupted as well which include body temperature, movement patterns and meal timing. difficulty in falling asleep and staying asleep is also connected to daytime sleepiness, lack of energy, drowsiness, fatigue and irritability. 75 percent who are already diagnosed with a-d-h-d suffer from some sort of sleep disorder. ( mark ) take a look at this.. u-s-c puts in blind
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snapper jake olson for the final extra point in the game. olson lost his vision after having his eye removed due to cancer. olson was guided on the field by his kicker teammate chase mcgrath. (tiffany) the umpire makes sure he's in the right place and is ready. he makes a nice snap and the extra point is good! teammates swarm him and help him off the field. he's congratulated by coaching staff and teammates. (tiffany) one maine lobsterman has seen blue lobsters, half orange lobsters.... but he had never seen a lobster that looked like this before. alex todd hauled in this translucent crustacean last month. todd says it was "definitely weird" when he saw the ghostly, pale blue creature in his trap. he
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took the pictures of the lobster before tossing it back in the ocean. todd says the lobster was an egg-bearing female... those are off limits to fishermen. ( mark ) we'll be back as the kron 4 morning news continues... and here's a live look outside... embarcadero. ( tiffany ) in
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entertainment news... captain america gets taken down by a puppy.( mark ) david daniel has that and more in the hollywood minute. (nat)"captain america" -- taken down by a dog! chris evans recently returned from "10 long weeks" filming away from home, and his puppy, dodger, was very happy to see him. evans posted the clip on twitter, where it received hundreds of thousands of "likes" within hours."i've learned more about humiliation in the past few weeks than i'd hoped i would in a lifetime." from humiliation to celebration! "the queen" star claire foy is getting the royal treatment: the actress
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has been named the 20-17 britannia british artist of the year. she'll pick up her prize october 27th at the british academy britannia awards in los angeles... two weeks after her latest movie, "breathe," opens in limited release."who is this woman?" "she's my, um, secretary, sir." (nat) "she's, she's a very good secretary."warner brothers is celebrating despite the summer slump at the box office. warner topped all other major studios for the season, with 790-million dollars in domestic grosses, led by "wonder woman"... christopher nolan's world war two epic "dunkirk"... and the hit horror prequel "annabelle: creation," a trio that made the other studios' summers even scarier. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (mark) researchers at cornell university have found that caffeine can cause cravings for sweets. caffeine blocks a chemical that makes you feel sleepy. that chemical also helps you taste sweet things. blocking the ability to taste
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sweet flavors -- makes you crave sweets more. however caffeine does have some health benefits -- including reducing the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. 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.
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