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now at eight... scared the hell out of me.a flash of lightning ... and the crash of a tree falling on his house. thousands of lightning strikes in the bay area ... and there is more wild weather ahead whoosha brazen crime at nine thirty in the morning on a bart train in the east bay. bart police say this man pulled a gun on a woman passenger and robbed herwhoosh it appeared to be my daughter's voice saying i'm in the back of a van ...a vacaville man is the target of a cold=blooded scam.whooshno time to react after tropical storm irma topples a tree on the road in front of a georgia driver.her story coming up on kron four news in prime time. (pam) breaking news tonight in the east bay where one neighborhood is being told - do not use the water --- for anything. thank you for joining us i'm pam moore. (steve) and i'm steve aveson. a water quality alert is in effect for
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alameda point. grant lodes is here with a warning for residents. (grant) don't drink it, don't let your pets drink it...there's a sterm water warning tonight from east bay mud. this affects the alamada point section of the city of alameda. people outside of alameda point...can carry on as usual. but if you work or live in alameda point...for the next 48 hours... don't drink tap water, don't brush your teeth with it, don't wash dishes or cook with it....and do not give it to your pets. bottled water is being provided to affected people at the alameda point collabrative office, which is at 677 west ranger avenue...the water will be left outside 24 hours a day. obviously only take it if your impacted here. right now, east bay mud says it's working to figure out what iswrong with the water...the
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district doesn't know at this's hoping to update people within 48 hours....crews are currently flushing the system. alameda point has its own water system...part of the navy's infastructure at the former that's why it's a problem focused there. our j-r stone if working this story and will have updates at nine and 10. all the specifics are posted on our (pam) a day after thousands of lightning strikes hit the bay area. the wild weather could return tonight.(steve) tonight team coverage on the rare september storm and it's impact on several neighborhoods . kron-4's justine is live in half moon bay where a homeowner says they were almost hurt by lightning. but first chief meteorologist
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brittney shipp is here to talk about if we'll see more stormy weather. another round of scattered showers and thunderstorms can be expected this afternoon and evening. temperatures will trend a few degrees cooler today, but then rebound again by friday. (pam) new tonight at 8. in last night's storm ... one of the thousands of lightning bolts, hit a tree.. that then fell on top of a house leaving a wide hole in the friday.
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(pam) new tonight at 8. during last night's storm ... one of the thousands of lightning bolts, hit a tree.. that then fell on top of a house leaving a wide hole in the roof(steve) kron4's justine waldman is live for us now in moss beach, along the coast, after speaking with the homeownerw ho was home when the lightning bolt stuck.justine, he saw the whole thing! saw and heard it!part of the tree is still here on the house on pearl avenue.the homeowner was just a few feet away from the tree when the lightning bolt came crashing down. sot scared the hell out of me the once mighty cypress tree outside of phil grubers house.. is now splintered and shattered.and part of it is resting on his roof.sot it happened so fast i don't know what is saw it just was a tremendous explosionaround 6 on monday night, phil was on his deck with his wife
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watching the evening sky dance with lightning sot i was counting the seconds and the next thing i know this tree blew upa bolt flashed before him with a force he'd never seen or heard before.sot cover i thought it was a bombsot someone showed up today who heard it two miles awaya few pieces of wood flew off and almost smacked phil in the face, he kept the sharpest ones to show ussot that is why we saved these two to remind us how lucky we are not to be impalednats of his video phil took this video of the fire department and county out late at night, sawing up huge branch that landed on the street, blocking th roadswhat is left is now a scrap pile in his driveway.nats?a tree branch pierced a hole the size of a kitchen sink in his roof. some of the deck is also damaged.and a gutter dangles like it's on a string to get it all fixed will cost about 10-thousand dollars.nats? during the next storm to stay safe, phil says he'll stand right by the tree stump, because lightning never strikes the same spot twice. sot what are the odds of that happening, ive been told i should go play the lottery nows
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the rest of the tree will have to come down.that process will start on wednesday morning. (steve) one of the many lightning strikes is being blamed for sparking a wildfire in san mateo county. the "skeggs fire" is burning in a remote spot between skyline boulevard and woodside road. air tankers could be seen laying down fire retardent. in an effort to keep the fire away from homes. right now those homes are ánotá being threatened. but the fire is hard to access ---so for the most part crews have been fighting it from the air. (pam) one worker out at san francisco international airport had a near miss with a lightning bolt. the worker, who was driving a vehicle called a tug, pulling an empty plane ...reported the strike about 9:30- last night.
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he was checked out by a medical team... luckily he was uninjured. the plane he was pulling was also not damaged in the incident. many passengers were inconvenienced by the storm . the f-a-a ordered a 'ground stop' at the airport twice last night, in order to protect the ground crew whose work exposes them to the elements. s-f-o officials say, with the potential for more thunderstorms in the forecast , they plan to keep eyes on the skies and keep in close contact with the f-a-a this evening. (steve) grant lodes joins me now...and we're seeing some stunning images
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from this lightning storm. (grant) daniel dunn with dtm photography shared this picture with us. taken from treasure shows several simultaneous strikes last night...while we were on the air. and this was a wide-spread aierial show. in santa cruz and san mateo counties alone...there were more than one thousand strikes last night. and there was heart-pounding thunder and lightning in the east bay...and north bay....all over. at least eight fires are being blames on lightning... including one near woodside still burning. but the fact that rain accompanied the lightning was helpful in limiting fires. so many viewers shared pictuers and videos with us...we appreciate it...and welcome you to do the same whenever you see breaking news
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or wild visuals. just attack the pics or video using the report it button on the kron-4 mobile app...or do the same on . (steve) in the east bay a young woman - held at gunpoint... and then robbed on bart.(pam) now, police are releasing new surveillance images ... hoping someone might recognize the suspect. kron four's terisa estacio reports from the hayward bart station --- explaining why this crime has police worried. (estacio) this is a picture of the suspect, bart police say who flashed a handgun at a young female rider monday morning around 9:30 as she was traveling on a southbound train from hayward to south hayward station. alex pouga, bart rider. "it is pretty scary. i ride all the time. ed alvarez, bart police deputy chief. "he looks like he is pretty comfortable, and he might do it again." ed alvarez, bart police deputy chief says they want to get the images out to the public to spread the word and see about bringing this suspect in before he might strike again. the suspect after flashing the handgun grabbed the young victims purse stealing several items. michael chapman, bart rider. "i ride all the time,
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that is really something." ed alvarez. bart is safe, this is not normal. alvarez, says detectives are tracking down several leads and going over other surveillance cameras throughout the system for more leads. this rider - new to the system, said she was having second thoughts on taking bart after hearing abou the crime. christy mccarthy, bart rider. "i am from down south, this makes me nervous." in hayward, terisa estacio.
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(steve) in just two days-- conservative talk show host ben shapiro will be speaking at the u-c- berekley campus.(pam) u-c-police are taking extra precautions to prevent violent protestors from disrupting shapiro's appearance at zellerbach hall. the event was organized by the group "berkeley college republicans"... the group is hoping the event will proceed ... unlike many of their previous events. the president of berkeley college republicans says, they have been working with the university to make sure the event is peaceful. the area around the hall will be closed off to the public... only ticket holders will be allowed in the area. but opponents say, they have a right to protest the event... saying, keeping protestors at a distance from the event ... infringes of their right to free speech.
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he calls it the worst 45- minutes of his life. ahead at eight.. a bay area father talks about the call he got threatening his daughter's life.. and a new look inside the oakland police department ... two years in the making.. even the filmmakers were surprised as the documentary was unfolding.. a big day for apple... new i-phones... new watches.. apple t-v and more.. we will fill you in on todays' surprises from the cupertino company. the leader. the best. the s-class has sat at the pinnacle of automotive excellence for generations. the one car that continually innovates and pushes technology forward. on each s-class, there lies a simple badge. and it serves as our constant reminder, to never rest on laurels, and to forever earn the star. this is the 2018 s-class from mercedes-benz.
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the best or nothing. at stanford health care, we can now use a blood sample to detect lung cancer. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for asthma. and if we can stop seizures in epilepsy patients with a small pacemaker for the brain, imagine what we can do for multiple sclerosis, even migraines. if we can use patients' genes to predict heart disease in their families, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all.
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imagine what we can do for you. imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. (pam) today apple unveiled not one by two new phones. one of them the highly anticipated i-phone ten...(pam) the new one- thousand dollar high end i-phone .... celebrates the i-phone's tenth anniversary..(steve)it's packed full of new features but is it worth the high cost?
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kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate breaks it down as soon as you see the iphone x up close, you'll realize that it's nothing like any of the previous models that apple has released during the past decade. but you might notice striking similarities with some of the sleek smartphones that apple's rivals have been churning out. yet the mass market's first $1,000 phone still manages to live up to apple founder steve jobs' mandate to "think different" with several features likely to appeal to status seekers and affluent consumers.
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(steve) apple also unveiled new cheaper iphonesa new apple watch with some interesting features..and an entirely new type of gadget..gabe will show off those coming up on kron 4 news at 9p. new tonight at 8 a vacaville father says he had the worst 45 minutes of his life last week. james hale received a prank call... from a person who pretended to be his daughter. the 'con' woman claimed she was kidnapped... thrown in a van... and taken to mexico. once the call ended... hale immediately called police. the mysterious number
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called again... this was a man on the line... demanding a ransom. hale rushed to the bank ... luckily police caught up with the father... who had withdrawn four -thousand bucks. (sot) "i'll i'm thinking is, please don't kill my kid. please don't hurt her. what can i do?" in the end...the call was a scam to get money. police commended hale's decision to notify them... despite the suspect telling him not too. hale's daughter was fine. she was in class at her high school in fairfield. fairfield police reported two similar incidents that same day... though it is unknown if the calls were connected. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o.(pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist brittney shipp is here now with the forecast
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(steve) tens of thousands of people were allowed to return to their
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homes in the florida keys most cases there was little to come back to.the 115=mile string of islands was hit hard by irmafema says 90 percent of the homes were damaged or destroyed. the keys are home to nearly 80=thousand people.(pam) and as catherine heenan shows us, those people take pride in their capacity to withstand any hardship. people do stupid things and call it fun, call it whatever you want. i don't run from anything.eric mcmackin was one of the estimated ten thousand peopled who defied the mandatory evacuation order.the water line in here was this // this is what separates the men from the boys his home survived.his fishing boat, not so lucky.well, you take very penny you earned in your life and burn it.arriving in marathon key last night, the first rescue crews found no power, no running water ... but plenty of will to go on. "we survived just fine. we've got plenty of water and got plenty of food, got the stove
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hooked up to the small butane tank." this morning, the evacuation order was lifted for the upper keys, my expectation is that everything is half destroyed. i'm a tour guide, so i know i am out of work for the next two months. but hopefully there'll be plenty of work rebuilding the 1, the road linking the keys together, is in pieces. huge chunks of pavement are missing.the farther we get down us 1, the worse it gets. everywhere we go, everything has been touched by the storm.mile after mile of devastation.for those familiar with this stretch of us 1 used to be a very popular restaurant right there called mr. lobster, it is completely gone. rv's on their side in sunshine key. boats sitting next to houses in marathon.on big pine key, homes burned to the ground. "this was at one point the inside of someone's house. if you look right through the entrance way you can see the bathroom. i mean, just totally exploded in here. mike ryan, a u=s marine, was in houston helping to rescue flood victims. he returned home to find this. "just one of those things. it's just my turn i guess."at least 5 feet of storm surge piled through his
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home. despite all the widespread destruction ryan was optimistic. "at least i'm here to rebuild it. not 6 foot under. that's the difference." dangerous conditions following irma. jaw-dropping video captures the moment a tree strikes an s-u-v---lifting it off the ground.(pam) and next. the statue of a saint targeted by vandals... leaving behind a graphic scene. ((gary sports tease)) "coming up a little bit later in this broadcast. you got the a's on the road doing there thing. we'll throw up some highlights. the warriors, money, money, money. that'll make you feel good, the warriors are making more money. and kobe bryant, does he retire 8 or 24. a little bit later in this broadcast."
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my name is cynthia haynes and i am a senior public safety specialist for pg&e. my job is to help educate our first responders on how to deal with natural gas and electric emergencies. everyday when we go to work we want everyone to work safely and come home safely. i live right here in auburn, i absolutely love this community. once i moved here i didn't want to live anywhere else. i love that people in this community are willing to come together to make a difference for other people's lives. together, we're building a better california. the statue of catholic saint
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junipero (u-nip-per-o) serra was vanzalized yesterday at mission at mission santa barbara the mission director says the found the statue covered in fake blood with a piece of it missing monday morning. the graphic scene was quickly covered by a blanket... many visitors were upset about the damage. mission santa barbara says it will remove the bronze statue of saint serra in order to clean it off and repair it. this isn't the first time a statue of this saint was targeted by vadals. last year, a saint junipero serra statue was decapitated in carmel. ahead at eight.. parents upset about the adult subject matter on drugs .. sex and
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crime... all part of an assignment for a high school class ..we have the reaction plus. a daredevil makes a stunning jump into the hoover dam... only to be greeted by police unprecendented access behind the scenes of the oakland police department.. a new film where even the filmmakers were surprised by what they found. ((brittney tease))i'm kron 4 meteorologist brittney shipp. coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast.details are right after the break.
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(pam) now at 8:30... through years of ups and downs the oakland police department has sat front and center in the spotlight.(steve) now a bay area documentary filmmaker has turned his sights on the o-p-d and his film called "the force" is set to open this friday in the bay area. tonight, kron 4's dan kerman spoke with the filmmaker and has a preview of the film when filmmaker peter nicks set out to make a documentary on the oakland police department called the force back in november of 2014 he was looking to answer 2 questions sot peter nicks/filmmaker, "the force"initially we were much more interested in who becomes a cop and why and also what does reform look like on the ground level.with
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unprecedented access for two years, nicks says he was surprised just how committed some officers were to reformsot you can call them idealistic and aggressively trying to the notion of reform on a personal individual levelbut protests in oakland over officer involved shootings in ferguson missouri and in oakland. shifted filmmakers focus to the level of mistrust the community had for policesotthe degree of mistrust and the gulf between perspective really surprised meand then after filmmakers had wrapped shooting, they were forced back to the field when the sexual misconduct scandal broke.--nats-nicks says after being with the opd for 2 years he can understand how difficult it is to reconcile how corruption, moral failure and complacency can sit alongside forward thinking visionary reform. sotthose things are happening side by side next to each other and we need to try to bring that into our thinking about how we see each other, how we talk about police and talk about the community moving forward standup dan kerman/oakland
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135-145nicks will hold a q and a here at the grand lake theater friday when the film opens. it also opens friday in san francisco, san rafael and berkeley. it opens nationwide a week from friday. in oakland, dan kerman kron 4 news. (steve) checking on our four zone forecast now.our four zone checking on (steve) (steve) checking on our four zone forecast now. a bit of wild weather this week for the bay area (pam) chief meteorologist brittney shipp is here with a chance we will see more stormy weather (steve) in the wake of
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hurricane irma --- officials have warned--dangerous conditions remain. one georgia woman experienced that first hand...when a tree came crashing down in front of her s-u-v. pam is here with the stunning video that captured it all (pam) yeah steve--- a heart- stopping moment for a woman driving in atlanta... when suddenly a large tree strikes her car --- lifting it off the ground.
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april baxter says, when she saw the tree falling, she closed her eyes... hit the brakes and started screaming. she was going 40- miles an hour at the time. and if you look closely --the driver had about just two seconds to react. so you can imagine this all could have been much worse.
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if im not so experienced to do it backwards so i can not park any more here because its hard for me to do backward so stupid before i think that the public department head should be firedin san francisco on vicente street between 39th ave and 40th ave where the city made a change to 8 parking spots in front of the sunset super market while this driver is pulling in head first, allow me to try and explain what changes were made you see pulling in head first is so last month now drivers are required to back in nats: ambaince there are new signs instructing drivers back-in angle parking only plus the market put up little tiny signs which read government new parking regulations the front of the car must go outwards otherwise you will receive a ticket. in english and chinesesince most people don't read signs, this is what you get drivers crossing over the double yellow lines to pull in head first this driver just pulled in head first, then got out. while a mini van is backing out and a truck is parked in
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the bike lane, after getting bags from his trunk he reads the small tiny sign nats ambiance then he goes back to reposition his car .while in the process of making the change lets go talk to him to see what he has to say i noticed you changed your parking (i know i didn't get it but i had to do it, you know) why? (because that's what they said the sign here) you saw the little sign did you see the big sign that you parked right next to there? (back in angle parking only, back in) yea you did it right the second time i created such a buzz just being there that some people started telling drivers to turn around this is joe and he is not liking this new configuration everybody complains about this, this is no good . nobody like it (say it agai) n nobody likes itso why would the city change from pulling in to backin in . it's simple it's so the drivers can see bicyclist when pulling out . backing out makes it dangerous but not every driver is against it rules are rules and regulations are
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regulations i think its ok new rules on vicente in front of the sunset suppermarket read the signs or risk a ticket or even worse a crash thank you sir you're welcome in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news just ahead.. the body of a young woman found dead in a freezer... now her mother is demanding an explanation about her mysterious death. alarming questions on sex and drugs for a high school class assignment .. now its parents who want some answers..
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from drinking? have you ever tried angel dust? have you and your girl ever had an abortion? that's whan i really was like 'that's like a medical procedure." those were just some of the outrageous questions from a questionair given to utah high school students last week. the questionaire had a point system... based on the answer to revealing question about sexuality, drug use, and crime. those points put students in categories... anywere from "nerd" to "hopeless and condemned." parents like miller were shocked by the questionaire... that is both inappropriate and illegal. the teacher who assigned the questionaire is now on administrative leave while the school district investigates the matter. (steve) there's been a gruesome discovery at a hotel in illinois.(pam) the body of a 19-year-old woman... found inside a freezer tonight police are examining a facebook live video that appears to show kenneka jenkins in a room at the hotel hours earlier. the video
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shows the 19-year-old victim sitting on a bed with other people nearby. jenkins body was found in the walk-in hotel freezer sunday ... about 24 hours after relatives contacted the police. jenkin's mother says, officers told her that her daughter was intoxicated when she let herself into the freezer where she died. an autopsy has been conducted... however... an exact cause of death... has not been determined. (pam)in sports... the a's run into tough times in fenway park...(steve)and the cleveland indians make baseball hostiry... garyhas that sotry and all the sports... coming up
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143 million americans may be impacted by the hack on equifax.thieves stole names -- social security numbers -- birth dates -- addresses -- and driver's license numbers. hackers also got more than 200-thousand credit card numbers and other documents containing personally identifying information.this kind of data is extremely valuable to cyberthieves.if a cybercriminal maxed out a credit card in your name -- it will be tough passing a credit check.good luck getting a new cell phone, a student loan, a
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car or a mortgage.if someone gets a driver's license in your name and runs a red light or gets a speeding ticket, you're on the hook. so what can you do? freeze your credit. it can be a pain. because you'll have to unfreeze it every time someone needs to run a credit check on you.but it should prevent most forms of identity theft spelled out in this report. regular credit monitoring is important. and online resources -- including the identity theft resource center -- provide excellent tools to discover how to defend yourself against identity theft.
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advertising on uniforms is hitting the nba the warriors and rakuten, inc.
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officially unveiled the rakuten badge on the warriors 2017-18 season jerseys today at the warriors practice facility now named the rakuten performance center. draymond green and andre iguodala unveiled the jerseys with the rakuten badge alongside the deal is for $20 miilion per year for three years nearly double whatbthe cleveland cavaliers are getting from good yeargreen talked about the deal today (sot: draymond green) "when you start thinking global, with my trip overseas this summer, and just really seeing how big, not only basketball but the nba. over there it's incredible so i think this is a great opportunity for both the warriors, the nba... well all three, the warriors, the nba and rakuten." kevin durant keeps lashing kevin durant
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kevin durant keeps lashing out at his critics he nike k10 finals shoes released today have insoles that feature a series of critiques and names directed at him since he left the oklahoma city thunder to join the warriors in july 2016. overlaid on the criticism list on one insole in big bright yellow font it says:"16-1 2017 champs"insole over the criticisms it says"finals most valuable the shoe was released quickly sold out.
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a's in bostonfans sitting in the seats about the green monster in fenway parkbottom 4th/ 5-1 red soxmookie betts 2-run home run off sean manaea 7-1 red soxbottom 6th/ 9-1 betts another 2-run homer he also tripled 6 rbis for him tonightfinal: 11-1 red sox(wipe to indians) indians win 20th straightthe
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clevelansd indians going for an anerican kleague record-tying 20th straight win bottom 1stfrancisco lindor solo home run 1-0 indians and that's all they needed as cory kluber piched a complete-game 5-hit shutout final: 2-0 indians20th straight win ties the american league record held by the 2002 a's and 2 other teams the 2016new york giants hold the all-time recordat 26 straight games kobe bryant is keeping busy in retirement los angeles lakers legend in going to have oneor according one report both his numbers.. 8 and 24 retired by the team at the staples center against the warriors this seasonif they do retire both numbers bryant will become the first playing in nba history to have two numbers retiredhe also announced plans today for china's first national basketball association (nba) school former new york knicks star charles oakley is suing the team's owners in
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cluding james dolan saying he was defamed when they claimed he committed assault and was an alcoholic during a game last seasonthe lawsuit details how oakley was treated before and after he was forcefully removed from madison square garden during the february 8 game.the lawsuit seeks unspecified damages a knicks spokesman did not immediately comment.
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next at 8. a man ventures into restricted area --- then jumps into the hoover dam reservoir. how he managed to survive what others have not. tonight at 9 we don't need a law can we all just be good? apparently we can't so the san mateo county board of supervisors approved a new resolution to help those who can't help themselves then i guess we need a law. but just don't blame me . the stanley roberts resolution oh wait,nevermind i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
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(pam) a man from the u-k has to pay up ... after taking a daring swim.(steve) arron hughes jumped from the hoover dam into lake mead, swimming from arizona to nevada. hughes was visiting las vegas for a bachelor party. he says with a little "liquid courage" he scaled down the restricted area of the dam and jumped in the water. according to dam officials... it is very dangerous to swim in the area because of the risk of being sucked under high powered turbines. hughes managed to escape that fate ---because not all the turbines were on, but he didn't escape police. he was arrested and fined three-hundred-thirty dollars for his swim. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(steve) grant
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lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))we continue to track breaking newspeople in one alameda neighborhood... told to not use their water. ((vicki))for anything...not to drink, brush your teeth, shower or give to your pets. what's being done to find the source of the contamination.. .and what the city is doing for the people affected.we'll have a live report from alameda in just minutes.'s official.the city of berkeley's longtime ban on police using pepper no more.the vote just days before another possible showdown between right and left wing extremists.hear from both sides of this hot button plus...chief meteorologist brittney shipp tells us when we could see more lighting strikes in the bay area. ((vicki))don't go away...kron 4 news at nine gets started, right after the break.
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been trying to prepare for this day... and i'm still not ready. the reason i'm telling you this is that there will be moments in your life that... you'll never be ready for. your little girl getting married being one of them. ♪ ♪ (grant) breaking news out
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of the east bay...residents in one alameda neighborhood are being told not to use the
9:00 pm all. thanks for joining us, i'm grant lodes.. (vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis... a water quality alert has been issued in the alameda point neighborhood... so east bay mud says don't drink the water, brush your teeth with it...or take a shower.or give the water to your pets.(grant) kron4's j-r stone just got to alameda where the city is handing out water to residents.


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