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>>good morning that breaking news that only one lane of northbound interstate 80 just south of 98th avenue that's near the oakland airport is open this morning. the other 3 lanes are closed it's all because of a 3 vehicle crash. that was reported a little bit after 5 o'clock this morning now crews are still working to clear the scene right now but if you're headed in that area thinking of heading to the oakland you're going to have some traffic delays so look for alternate routes, we'll continue to stay on top of this for you throughout the morning as we get new information. good morning. everybody, i'm martin gonzalez we're going to start things off now with the forecast
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because we've got some changes in store case twice and tell us all about it hi dave. >>okay, good morning marty good morning, everybody still quite a bit of cloud cover seeing even a lick observatory mt hamilton here however will see the skies open up a lot more so than we saw from yesterday live shot coming in from the golden gate with our runners and places you'll notice there you can see the cloud cover in the haze little bit of fog we're dealing with as well. however there should be again some inland clearing happen later for today. here's the flow pattern ice breaks happening here in the clouds which is good news with that. not a lot of terms of rain left over drizzle doesn't show up too well on radar temperatures for you right now we're in the mid to upper 50's along the east bay shoreline 58 san francisco 59, we're looking at 59 napa 57 for santa rosa, 54 meanwhile for san jose in contrast sakr about 2 to 5 degrees or so ahead of where we were this time yesterday little cooler down to the south and breaking it down for you today, we're about 70 or so about 2 o'clock still some leftover cloud cover looks like throughout
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today and again some of that drizzle we'll take a look at the forecast. it comes ahead for the start of the week and there's still no mention of rain to get things started but it looks pretty mild and the rest of the week though mark. our top story, this morning, a closer look at the christmas day officer-involved shooting that left one woman dead. >>this newly released body camera footage shows the woman's final actions before san jose police say they were forced to open fire. the santa clara county da ruled last week that the 4 officers involved in that shooting that you just saw were justified in their actions. a 62 page report found that officers fired 37 rounds and jennifer vasquez hitting or 14 times in the head chest arm and shoulder. a passenger in that vehicle that you saw was also hit. kron four is noel bello has more.
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>>immediately after jennifer vasquez crashes the stolen car she was driving into fence, jose police officers shout several commands. despite those repeated orders vasquez rocks, the v a. >>back and forth into the as she tries to free herself. >>now as then backs into one patrol getting another. officers opened fire 37 times. >>according to the 62 page report released by the santa clara district attorney when officers opened fire they believe vasquez was involved in an earlier shooting and was armed, when they tried to pull her over vasquez sped off leading officers on a 9 mile chase, the reach speeds up to 100 miles per hour prosecutor david boyd said in the report quote nothing jennifer vasquez did dispelled the reasonable
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suspicion that she was exactly who the police were looking for he continued quote vasquez his behavior revealed she was going to use the car in order to escape. >>4 officers involved have been cleared. >>is his family plans to address the public in the coming days in san jose noel bellow kron 4 news. >>now to this morning funeral services are set for this afternoon for reverend james matthews the rector of the cathedral of christ the light church in oakland. he was known as father, jay throughout the oakland diocese and was the first african american ordained a priest in northern california. reverend matthews died last saturday of an apparent heart attack he was 70 years old, a procession of the hearse from saint benedict's church to the open cathedral will take place and one 30 this afternoon that will then be followed by a viewing at the cathedral from 4 to 6. then a vigil in interfaith gathering will
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follow. oakland mayor libby schaff us congresswoman barbara lee and former oakland mayor harris are all expected to speak a burial mass is scheduled for tomorrow night at 7 o'clock. happening today, governor gavin newsom is headed to el salvador to better understand the situation in that violence torn country the can visit comes after state lawmakers announced a proposal to create an agency specifically for immigrants and refugees, lawmakers are looking to bring all the services the state offers under one roof. the proposal would also establish a secretary of immigrant and refugee affairs to help lead that agency in el salvador governor newsom will get a firsthand look at some of the root causes of the migration. california has the country's largest immigrant population at about 10 million people. police are investigating an assault on a passenger on board a bart train authorities say it happened last night about 8 30 of the daily city station. 2 men apparently got into a fight one of them
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suffering non life threatening injuries. bart police closed the station for about 30 minutes. they took one man to jail. no word on what caused the fight nor the victims injuries. a woman and her son are recovering from serious injuries this morning after being mauled by 3 dogs in the kron four is gail long spoke to the neighbor the witnessed the attack and called 911. >>the police are praising that neighbor for her quick actions, we're told the woman who was attacked is a sister of the person who apparently owns the pit bulls. >>it's it's it's really stressful. door's hutcherson is still in disbelief and i saw this late on the ground and he's like she was struggling to find enough are live. >>and i saw them dogs us oh my 3 pit bulls was attacking the attack happened as doors was heading home around 5 30 friday afternoon. >>she heard a woman screaming at her next door neighbor's home and called 911 right away
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it was 3 pit bulls. >>and they would just pull in on the baby and she was trying to protect the baby with the body. so she was land on and they just drucker although against the fence and everything. >>doors grabbed the chair to see over the fence which she shares with her neighbor at one point door says husband steve grab his golf club and tap on the neighbor's gate to distract dogs away the 2 yellow small dogs and they let loose and came to the fence you know. >>try to get the but i you know kept got to get besides get median beating holland screening so to get the blood on the when officers arrived they found a woman and child. >>in the backyard being attacked by the dogs. they were pit bull terriers each weighing about 40 to 50 pounds. the officers used pepper spray and physical force animal care control officers took them away the little boy and mother suffered major injuri and are recovering in the hospital saw
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the shoes on the ground she was trying to protect the bay because the dogs were trying to. >>killer. >>we're told the woman and the boy have surgery and are in stable condition. as of now police say the owner of the pit bulls does not face any charges. the dogs are with animal control it is still unknown, what set them off here in hotel on kron 4 news. >>and coming up on call for newsweek and a frightening ordeal for a new bird driver and his passenger after they were involved in a crash and the incident was caught on camera. plus the bay area housing market is forcing housing market is forcing thousands of people to for unbeatable natnew nice'n easy.or. now in cream. 100% natural looking color. that lasts 8 weeks. gentle on your hair and scalp. with conditioning in every step.
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conagra brands has issued a voluntary recall for 6 ounce cans of hunt's tomato pace. it's all because of the possibility of mold. the company says consumers made them aware of this issue conagra says it believes the items may have been damaged after the canning process was completed. the affected 6 ounce cans have no salt added an expiration date of october 1620 20. the company says it's working to have any remaining cancer move from its store shelves dave marty was still of the cloud cover this morning the things we'll be looking up this afternoon live shot of lick observatory. >>behind all of that mild temperatures in the mid to upper 50's as producing also little bit in the way some fog we my mom's pain from moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis was intense. i wondered if she could do the stuff she does for us...
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welcome back live for newsweek and taking a live look outside a cloudy conditions along the embarcadero in san francisco and days for us here to tell >>with clouds going to go away. what you see some breakup happened with afternoon, just about everybody including the you get some sunny also today too. it looks like rate is likely done with us yet you know we do a dry week coming up here live shot wilson old even spooky out there look at that. yeah glued to me is what we got going on here in this too
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will pass into the late morning hours, we'll start to see things lift off nicely. we swing things around and check out future cast for terms of that fall ground fog too. it's extending down the peninsula as well watch what happens about 9.30 most of the bays taken care of but it's a little sluggis to take care of it up in the north bay. they have to wait to approach run the lunch hour about 11 o'clock before that 5 he starts to lift that this is very optimistic in terms of how the afternoons go look for everybody you get in the sun out here and more territory tree clean things out and maybe see some sun going on for today, we have a nice little split here in the flow pattern in terms of how supplies that moisture for us that allows a break to happen in the skies. again the rain is not done with us yet. we'll have some although light rain coming our way the forecast early next week. those bay area temperatures into the upper 50's you could see up to the north they here got 54 freeman 55 for hayward 56 concord 58 meanwhile for oakland in 54 for san jose, future cast for look at this how this clears out nicely how
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about that he's bay the peninsula. pretty good even in the that's already by mid-afternoon. overnight it does fill back up again. radar echoes you don't really see too many of them all the way to around the noon hour on monday, not bad. but in the afternoon the commute home might be a little wet for the city's you can see it drops across the bay yet again, although it does break up again for some clear patches here and there by tuesday morning but were top probably talk about what roads again. for your tuesday morning commute a little bit of caution on that. a breakdown of what we're talking about variable cloud the best way to phrase it today to cover the cloudy start and the break up of the clouds for the afternoon 70's, inland sea definitely getting some sort heating with that then tomorrow it's mostly cloudy with a few showers still warm with those 70's happening in london and then drive much of this week. a little shower by week's end, it's just like a little bubble, it has to go over. it looks ok into the following weekend us far for a look at bay area temperatures the 70's pretty much concentrated over the east bay
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hills the hayward free model manage about 7371 74 down the san jose 68 san francisco, not too bad up here in the north they but they're going to be dog bite a little bit more in the way of cloud cover or later clearing time. a look at today breaking it down 70 or so by 2 o'clock mostly cloudy will do it. again opening up some of the skies for the later afternoon. we'll take a look also at those longer range forecast for you for the prior week coming our way. martin great. thank you dave. well happening today, the annual rock and roll marathon as thousands of runners will be hitting the pavement along san francisco's waterfront. >>the run starts at pier, goes through north beach crissy field over the golden gate bridge bridge and then back. it finally ends at aquatic park now if you're hitting the roads in a car be aware that several streets in the area will be closed during the race want to give you a live look from the golden gate bridge cam of the runners making their way across the span which of course has to be the best part of that run and being able to be the city
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under cloudy conditions but it should be quite nice for runners. well today marks the end of an era for the golden state warriors are going to be playing their last regular season game at oracle arena. now the dubs have a special celebration planned for fans this afternoon kron fours sports director mark carpenter takes us through 5 decades of warriors history at rakell. they were known as the san francisco warriors but for their first decade of a play their home games in various venues, including the newly build oakland coliseum to 3 years. >>i realize that lawyers. >>have to have a home in 1971 owner franklin merely move the team to oakland, changing their name to the golden state warriors coming to a brand new although it was a across the bridge from where i live. >>was a godsend and i think that the arena was definitely a place to play basketball.
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and of course we attract a bigger better and more and it was just a cry for years fans had plenty to cheer about the franchise made the playoffs in 6 out of 7 years we had. >>along >>with thurmond came another warriors legend. >>marriott he's the one that actually put the warriors a on the map. it was one of the greatest talents are march night in 1974 stands out to you in a room. >>everything's flowing are things going well everything feels good. the moment, the ball touches my hands. i just kind of feel like soon as it leaves my hand i know that's going in the basket. >>should happen more often a career-high 64 points against the portland trail blazers the next season, the warriors went all the way first battling the chicago bulls a series that went the distance.
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>>number 7 just like our fans there's back to our. >>7 game against chicago were tied 3, 3, war there's then humiliated the heavily favored washington bullets, winning championship. sweeter. >>because of a scheduling conflict, the warriors home games were played not at the coliseum but at the cow palace in daly city for decades would pass before another championship pennant would be hoisted into the coliseum rafters. >>those rafters began to shake in 2007. >>dollars >>under coach don nelson's leadership point guard baron davis exploded. >>the
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>>the cheers only grew louder in the era of steve kerr steph curry clay thompson, kevin durant and draymond green. the day's team a lead dominating dynasty. 2017 the coliseum made history again so the first time that area franchise had won a title in its home with venue to the oakland athletics, >>at the oracle arena well coming up next in sports. the a's giants charts are all in action plus we have the action plus we have the finalists for the nc i'm off to college. i'm worried about my parents' retirement. don't worry. voya helps them to and through retirement... dealing with today's expenses ...while helping plan,
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series against the red sox where won 3 of 4. they hit the road for a 10 game road trip it started in beantown yesterday where they lost to the open era of the red sox today, aaron brooks at the start for oakland. bottom of the 5th was picking up their astro's up byron george springer. he hits a high line-drive deet to left field way back spring his 3rd home run of the season astro's up by 3. still in the 5th. michael brantley is going to launch one to deep right field. way out of here at lands in the second deck astro's extend their lead to 5 nothing astros were back in
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another. it will go on to shut out the a's 6 to nothing oakland's lost 2 in a row. let's head over to oracle park and giants hosting the rays in their second home game of the season. bottom of the 5th down a run, stephen uber ricks a line drive into right field. joe panik scores. they're going to waive connor joe all all the way in from first, he gets in safely. the giants take the lead. still in the 5th brandon belt, he's going to go opposite field for that one. they just cleared the wall belts 3rd home run of the year giant put up 4 runs in the 5th they go on to be tampa 6 to 4. they will play the rubber match tomorrow afternoon. i'm not sure about you, but it took about 2 hours from my bracket to be busted at this point i'm just reading for some fun games. well we had 2 of them tonight. chris beard and the texas tech red raiders taking on tom izzo and michigan michigan state spartans 2nd half texas tech by 9 matt mooney that's down
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the trains. texas tech alum in kansas city chiefs and the reigning mvp. patrick mahomes loving what he sees as a 3 minutes ago, michigan state claw-back that makes it a one-point game will that layup a minute left texas tech up for us. derrick hall over from beyond the arc he's going to be a lottery draft pick in the nba next year texas tech, they upset michigan state 6151. now the final is set and we'll see who they play in this next highlight coming up right here. this is uva taking on all burned bruce paul then it. we have a good one pick it up in the 2nd half that 3 pointer is all part of a 12 nothing all over him run and they take the lead 11 seconds left uva down for cow guy barry's the corner threes that brings virginia to within one. now one half seconds left calm guy in the corner. it's no good
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tough break their samir he gets 3 foul shots and guess what folks he made all 3 uva up 1 one last chance for all burned they can't get a good look. stun the tigers move on to monday's night we have it's a uva texas tech to call that one a couple weeks ago. now to the shark tank the devour and the san jose sharks looking to finish the regular season off on a high note they've been struggling a bit second period tied at 2. kevin labanc backhands 3 to sharks over the avalanche. 3rd period. look this shot. that extends to leave the 2 sharks will power on another one and they go on to beat the avalanche 5 to 2. and thanks a lot and we're going take a live look outside the runners from the rock'n'roll marathon making their way across the golden gate bridge under good morning clou
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welcome on for newsweek and taking a live look outside cloudy over the san francisco waterfront as we can see in the embarcadero shot. >>days for us here to tell us all about the forecast might include a little rain little bit of drizzle this morning. that's that's about it really and it's not really showing up on radar it's the next thing is opening up the skies. leftover father still kind of dealing with a little bit too. here's a shot from berkeley. u c berkeley eylea east bay shoreline you can see there we still make up the bay and all
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that but still clouds hanging around little bit of the way that fog although most of that's going to lift except for the north bay and hang around until the late morning hours it looks like by projections. here's the flow pattern looks like a lot things are trying to open up a little bit just has to get things at the surface or them very low level. atmosphere here kind of opening up your force a little bit. those bay area temperatures because of the elements in place were pretty mild mid to upper 50's at this hour, 55 hayward open 5858 also for san francisco. 54 down to san jose's the inland spots you see drop off a little bit with a relatively more mild near hugging around the water 59, meanwhile up there to an ap up local winds. we have again a little bit of that offshore wind kind of weak as it is in place so we don't see any major wind event playing out over the next 48 hours. this is what the foecast looks like to break down, calling it somewhat patly cloudy here but we'll see the skies open up are ticking for those in areas that we needed to see those high temperatures into the 70's this afternoon, 70 or so
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expected by about 2 o'clock will do about 68 san francisco. open 69 and 73 meanwhile for san jose coming up in just a bit we'll take a look at those longer-range forecast models word to the wise here looks like a drier week coming our way and mild temperatures with all of that as well marty poke a big thank you. well happening tomorrow jury selection is expected to begin for the 2 men charged in the go ship warehouse fire. derrick all men and max harris are on trial for the 2016 oakland warehouse fire that killed 36 people. each of them is charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. last thursday prosecutors asked the 2 owners of the warehouse if they leased the warehouse to all and if in any way they were responsible for the fire. the owners did not respond to any of those questions. tomorrow pools of potential jurors come to court and fill out questionnaires to begin the prfcess. new this morning the inmate who walked away from an alternative custody program last week is now back
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in custody, 43 year-old nick sanchez was arrested yesterday near san jose last year he was sentenced to 3 years for vehicle theft and prior convictions he was released to the acp program last week and then failed to report to a parole officer, santa clara county district attorney's office considering now finally escape charges against sanchez. this morning, we're getting a look at the cac crash that was caught on camera in vallejo that's where newburgh driver and his passenger were able to walk away from the crash after the car was t-boned well now the search is on for 2 suspects in kron four stand for and has more. well i hope police are looking for 2 suspects after this, a black he a smashing into the side of darrelle parker's car fast to be scared, but it was scary moment, i went out. >>can you relate to happen. parker says this happened when he was driving a passenger for uber thursday morning around 5. he was trying to make a turn from mississippi street
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on to sacramento street when he was struck. you see videos all the hughes who was somewhat they're fools of people crime some of the sun is arriving. >>they just to be one of people why does he was crazy. >>the surveillance video from a neighbor then shows the suspects in the getting out of their car and running off. they didn't stop to see if anyone was ok it isn't says. >>talking to blame. >>parker says his shoulder and his knee were hurt in the crash. his passenger was also frightened by the sudden strike on a semester neocons who me this is going to parker's honda accord has been left mangled. he says it's going to take a while for him to feel comfortable getting behind the wheel. let alone driving for uber. >>well i was gone for stand thorn, reporting neighbors say the area is a dangerous spot for drivers. they're hoping that something can be done to fix the problem police are
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taking a look at that surveillance video to try and identify the suspects in that crash. new this morning. the chp is trying to figure out what caused the man's car to plunge down a hill in sonoma county. the deadly crash happened friday night in the 4500 block. a ball handling road in cars and arrow. the man died, but his girlfriend was able to climb up a steep slope despite a broken leg. she waited for more than 13 hours for help. she was finally rescued around 11 o'clock yesterday morning and airlifted to a hospital. the vehicle rolled about 800 feet down the embankment and ended up on its roof. there's no word on who was driving the car at the time or the cause of the crash. the housing crisis in the bay areas, forcing a family of 9 to try and find a new place to live. it's been a year since at family welcomed quintuplets into their home and they moved to the community of mountain house that's near tracy but now they find they have to relocate again. here's kron four michelle kingston with the story. >>it's a lot of work.
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>>amy campbell is the definition of a busy beautiful baby of them quintuplets born just over a year now amy and her husband cheddar facing a new challenge their is selling the house they call home or they pay just 1600 a month for 7 years that so. >>unheard of. for right now so we know how fortunate we chad commutes about 120 miles a day spending at least 3 hours in the car, commuting from there now and house home to his job in san mateo that campbell's now joined the thousands of bay area residents moving out even thinking about leaving the state altogether it's a closer live in poverty. we can move farther out i can add to continue. i drive drove home to him the ultimate and i look around me. >>and you see dead look everybody's faces. >>miserable the campbells don't want a temporary spot
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wherever they go from here will be home for good. for sudan. no well gracing get real and present. >>it's been 3 hours a day on the road and that's too and as they get older, i don't want. our kids to be at their games and look up in the bleachers and i'm stuck on the ultimate until 07:00pm the campbells have about 6 weeks to pack up and find home that one house michelle kingston kron 4 news. >>well still ahead on kron 4 news weekend once trusted use leader in the community is in jail this morning we'll h they say at a certain age you just stop caring. i wonder what age that is. new simply ageless with hyaluronic complex. plumps and hydrates for your best skin at any age. from covergirl. woman: this is your wake-up call. if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis,
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jose basketball coach is in jail this morning after being accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a young girl. >>kron forcefully to gaal has the story. >>53 year-old david kaiser's future with youth as a coach with the nonprofit national junior basketball league is in serious jeopardy. last sunday, the san jose police department arrested him at his home on mount carmel drive. he was charged with multiple felony counts of lewd and lascivious acts with a minor that's really surprising. some of kaiser's neighbors were willing to share their reaction to his incarceration but preferred to remain anonymous said to sickens me
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and you know children the police department's internet crimes against children and child exploitation detail carried out the investigation. it started the same day kaiser was arrested when police say detectives learned kaiser had allegedly sexually assaulted a 12 year-old girl multiple times over a one year period there innocent they don't know. >>groom them that you know that that they love them or whatever they do i mean they know how to do it and they know how to child to do something that they shouldn't be doing they don't and they make them feel guilty for police say kaiser coached in the arm and an area of san jose. >>multiple neighbors saying this case is particularly distressing because they say kaiser is a father himself with 3 young kids i just have no words when i hear about it i just very teary and it for the child, in their family because it never goes away. never records show kaiser is currently being held here at the santa clara county main
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jail without bail. in san jose fully to call kron 4 news. and still ahead on kron 4 news weekend police are investigating suspicious fires
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>>good morning, welcome back on for newsweek in a foggy conditions and the golden gate bridge. we can see the runners from rock'n'roll marathon. both heading across the span and returning from their trip
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across the golden gate or are you to get right out there. right you're going to 6.2 miles o process that's you know you're you're known for all that only has one issues really car. so i was ready just in case, but. >>anyway so we take care of that fog and looking at the afternoon with the skies opened up nicely that's the big deal today talking about father the way marty we'll about an hour delay at sfo going here because of all of this last check but still been seeing the planes moving around so that's good news there. it's fog here too we saw the shot of the golden gate up close and personal well, we're down here from the temple run shot. you get the general idea that fog in the north they will be the slowest a clear contrast that with elsewhere across the bay. a loft looks like we're getting some help now nice little break happening. here in the flow pattern coming in off the pacific now we are going to see also a break of this drizzle light rain kind of thing here one strain doesn't rain type thing upper 50's right now we've got on the board, although a little cooler to the south actually 53 freeman 54 down to san jose
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55. for any ah kin livermore in concord checks in at 56 58 by the way, san francisco. so the white perspective is there's a still more trailing out here in the pacific and we don't have a high building. so when we say the on rainier little bit is just going to dry out for us in the journal pattern of things or not going to warm up you'll see in the seven-day forecast so i guess not too bad on that front in was doped also be somewhat dry. but that's way you can kind of tell because temperatures are really in a jump too much, jumping a little bit and central valley and 80 for fresno today, 73 for sacramento, 78 for bakersfield, central coast, not bad. monterrey about 69, although that source of moisture is dropping to the south so it may impact a little bit along central coast, 77 santa barbara 71 meanwhile for l a x, future cast for again today the job is to clear things out we can see that in the east south. and the peninsula. also a little bit around the north bay that happens late afternoon so it's not going to be real quick. then the clouds fill back up again. there's
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grizzle business or light rain really kind of holds off for much of the day until the afternoon evening commute. morning commute tuesday morning. okay that's the wrinkle and then after that point it should start to dry out. let's take a look at the larger perspective here. this is the first bit of traffic were talking about blah blah tuesday morning that clears out. there's no big a charity high really are king everything are sending everything away from us and warming but some of the right spot. but then another dose of rain comes our way looks like by about friday morning overnight so might have a little bit of a wet friday morning commute but the weekend looks okay until maybe on sunday another batch to watch out for as well. a look at the 7 day forecast which tells the tale looks fairly dry as we were showing, you know if we had a nice big h in place here would be the 70's in places like brent would you be popping into the 80's. however, this go around will probably stay in the 60's epmaybe some lower 70's working in there. barely dry there is that opportunity for shower friday morning morning. day. thank you. well after being 3
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weeks thoroughbreds are again running at santa anita racetrack in southern california, 23 horses have died at the track since december because of racing accidents. >>the latest happened on sunday when a horse had to be euthanized after a tripped and fell since then the track has been putting in some new safey protocols. some people are excited to be able to return to the track but many activists are protesting, hoping to close it down for good. >>our goal today is to increase the pressure on this death track we want to shut down we want horse racing to end in california eat will they go to veterinary and you know to get taken care of they can't even step on the track in air prepare to ride. >>senator dianne feinstein in congress member judy chu are demanding a cancellation of races at santa need until an investigation into the deaths of those 23 horses is completed. national news this morning fire destroyed 3 historically black churches in louisiana over a ten-day
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period and now investigators trying to figure out if they're all related as meredith wood reports church leaders are not losing faith. >>very concerned now. but i'm very optimistic because god. god. >>3 historic churches all destroyed by fire in less than 2 weeks now seeking answers. >>we believe is suspicious. we were certainly treat these fires from the beginning. >>as crime scene. the churches have predominantly african american congregations. >>louisiana state fire marshal alongside federal and local agencies are investigating the cause of the fires. officials haven't said is they're related. however we're very it that there is a problem and enter is no coincidence that there are 3 fires. >>the first in saint mary baptist church on march 26th. then on april second a fire destroyed greater union baptist church, just 2 days later, a 3rd fire destroyed mount pleasant baptist church
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on april 4th church leaders say their faith won't be rocked and services will go on. >>i want to be this this point you know i would rather not but this is god's he allowed and i believe he brought me here is going to me to this. >>to the churches has made temporary arrangements in other buildings. i'm meredith wood reporting. >>man has been charged with threatening to kill us congresswoman, ilhan omar he was arrested at his home i in new york on friday morning. the us attorney's office says the 55 year-old man called omar's office and accused the representative of being a terrorist and then threaten the shooter if found guilty the man faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison. president trump spoke to jewish supporters in las vegas and touched on a number of topics, including his potential democratic political opponents. the president accused democrats of misleading israel and allowing a quote scourge of anti
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semitism to take root. >>democrats have even allowed and the terrible school lunch of anti semitism to take root in their party and in their country. >>the president also warned that a democratic victory in 2020 could leave israel out there in quote the highlight he also highlighted his pro israel actions in an effort to win support from jewish voters. the trump administration announced that it could take up to 2 years to identify additional immigrant authorities separated at the southern border that timeline was revealed for the first time in documents filed friday night in january a government watchdog report revealed there could be thousands of additional families not previously acknowledged by officials a federal judge ruled last month this group should be included in a clash a class action lawsuit over family separations the government's plan says finding them is difficult because none
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of the children are no longer in government custody. >>a crime for newsweek and we're going take a live look outside of activity at sfo
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shovel and some dirt. julie done meyer has the story. >>if he has yet to win. was with 2 more years separate 12 year-old monte scott from a driver's license to richard for church fire though she stars shun ate. but in michigan, you don't need to be driving age to be fed up. >>50 before i headed out here in a good half a look was potholes snow for you. >>monti didn't have time to waste our pretty hard i enjoy doing what i do and i think he sees it and so it kind rubs off on him when his mom's tire fell victim to this crater at the end of his muskegon heights street so i've to study actually fixing the road himself. >>the sea he saw problem he thought he can fix it by filling in the potholes with that or a crew came through and finish the job monte started. >>news but stay low. >>topping off most of the potholes used to be a good story but with anything like that. and i want know he says
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you can't fix the problem by filling and he's just like the reese just had a whole should have used term my cause more money last longer. >>monti hopes whatever the solution. i think an eye on the days inn it happens sooner than his 16th birthday call ii. >>well that was julie done my reporting now monte story received attention at the michigan state house where the michigan's governor is scheduled a meeting with a monte sometime soon. let's take a look at the scene last night after texas tech won its semifinal game and headed to the nc double a championship game tomorrow night, fans poured out on to the streets of lubbock they set some couches on fire. they also flip some cars over set some bonfires that you see there. a riot police were eventually called in and they use tear tear gas to break up the crowds. the city of lubbock then released a statement calling this extremely dangerous and disappointing behavior. there's no word this
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morning on any arrests, however, the red raiders of texas tech will take on the virginia cavaliers tomorrow night in the title game. and still ahead a crime for newsweek and were seen news, san jose's san jose police body cam footage from a deadly officer-involved christmas shooting will have that coming up. >>also of the lay a woman and her son are in thhospital this morning after being mauled by 3 pit bulls. we have the story. and mile with those temperatures to start off dealing with they say at a certain age
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>>and that breaking news in the east bay where 2 lanes are now open on northbound interstate 80 following 2 crashes this morning. they happened just south of 98th avenue in oakland just after 5 o'clock this morning that's near the exit for the oakland international airport. now 2 other lanes are shut down on the freeway and there's no word from caltrans when they will reopen the first crash happened when a driver had a flat tire the car was rear ended by the driver of a box truck and then just a few minutes later the chp says a car rear ended that same box truck. so 2 people have been taken to the hospital there's no word on their condition this morning. and we'll continue to stay on top of this story for you and give you updates as we get new
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information but for now 2 lanes are open 2 lanes are closed on northbound interstate 80 in oakland near the oakland international airport. good morning, everybody, i'm martin gonzalez get started this morning by taking a look at the forecast with day spa right take a morning morning, good morning, everybody and boy the skies are opening up nicely in parts of the island. valleys a little bit so know how about that already getting some blue skies here it's just 8 o'clock and so. >>this is a very optimistic sight to see across the bay area today as we start to get some of that clearing to the south. it will spread north not the golden gate clearly yet. but it's working its way there. police were getting some clearing a lot happening here this leftover fog. no north 8 hours completely out of la reach. and now the south bay towers real actually started so hard to see there you can see the clearing happening a lot just a little bit happening. now allows the sun to come through to take care of the fog business to help warm up the ground a little bit. ways because that fog we have it hanging around the peninsula and up to the north bay by about 9.45 or so most of the bay area is pretty
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much covered are cleared out that just covered up here in the north bay but by noon that should be handled as well so we should see son at least in spots happening just about everywhere the bay today, although it will be a little bit more dogged by cloud cover up here in the north bay. those temperatures have really given been very mild off to a mild start we have been upper 50's to the north lower 50's to some low earth, middle 50's have been saying to the south into the inland valleys, but there are already stepping back now. were 5060 70 59 concord with 58 going on for san francisco. a couple degrees. we are ahead of what we work from this time yesterday and breaking it down well in the 70's for the inland valleys, it looks like this afternoon. not yet clear from the shot from the bay bridge imagery we can see still kind of a kind of a deck of some cloud cover kind of hanging around as you can see the east bay hill 68, san francisco, 69 for oakland, 73 for san jose well va but look at that forecast for you coming up in just a bit. our
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top story this morning, a look at the christmas day officer-involved shooting that left one woman dead in the south bay, newly released body camera footage shows the woman's final actions before san jose police say they were forced to open fire. >>the santa clara county district attorney's office ruled ladt week that the 4 officers involved were justified in their actions. a 62 page report found that officers fired 37 rounds at jennifer vasquez hitting her 14 times in the head chest arm and shoulder. a passenger in that vehicle that you just saw was also hit kron for his has more. >>immediately after jennifer vasquez crashes the stolen car she was driving into fence, jose police officers shout several commands. despite
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those repeated orders vasquez rocks, the v a. >>back and forth into the as she tries to free herself. >>now as then backs into one patrol getting another. officers opened fire 37 times. >>according to the 62 page report released by the santa clara district attorney when officers opened fire they believe vasquez was involved in an earlier shooting and was armed, when they tried to pull her over vasquez sped off leading officers on a 9 mile chase, the reach speeds up to 100 miles per hour prosecutor david boyd said in the report quote nothing jennifer vasquez did dispelled the reasonable suspicion that she was exactly who the police were looking for he continued quote vasquez his behavior revealed she was going to use the car in order to escape.
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>>4 officers involved have been cleared. >>is his family plans to address the public in the coming days in san jose noel bellow kron 4 news. >>funeral services are set for this afternoon for reverend james, matthews the rector of the cathedral of christ the light church in oakland. he was known as father, jay throughout the oakland diocese and was the first african american ordain priests in northern california matthews died last saturday of an apparent heart attack he was 70 years old. a procession of the hearse from same bitter knicks church to the cathedral in oakland will take place at one 30 this afternoon that will be followed by a viewing at the cathedral from 4 to 6 and then a vigil in interfaith gathering will follow. oakland mayor libby shaft and us representative barbara lee along with former oakland mayor lsu harris all expected to speak a burial nasa scheduled for tomorrow night at 7 o'clock. police are
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investigating an assault on a passenger on board a bart train. authorities say it happened last night about 8 30 at the daily city station 2 men got into a fight and one of them suffered non-life threatening injuries. bart police closed the station for about 30 minutes, one man was arrested and taken to jail and there's no word yet this morning what caused the fight. nor the victims injuries. a woman and her son are recovering from serious injuries this morning after being mauled by 3 dogs in kron force gayle long spoke to the neighbor that witnessed the attack and then called 911. >>julio police are praising that neighbor for her quick actions, we're told the woman who was attacked is a sister of the person who apparently owns the pit bulls. >>it's it's it's really stressful. door's hutcherson is still in disbelief and i saw this late on the ground and it's like she was struggling to find enough are live. and i saw them dogs us oh my god. 3 pit bulls was
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attacking the attack happened as doors was heading home around 5 30 friday afternoon. >>she heard a woman screaming at her next door neighbor's home and called 911 right away it was 3 pit bulls. >>and they would just pull in on the baby and she was trying to protect the baby with the body. so she was land on and they just drug her although against the fence and everything. >>doors grabbed the chair to see over the fence which she shares with her neighbor at one point door says husband steve grab his golf club and tap on the neighbor's gate to distract the dogs away the 2 yellow small they let loose and came to the fence you know try to get the but i you know kept got to get besides get median beating holland screening so to get the blood on the >>when officers arrived they found a woman and child in the backyard being attacked by the dogs. they were pit bull terriers each weighing about 40 to 50 pounds. the officers used pepper spray and physical
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force animal care control officers took them away the little boy and mother suffered major injuries and are recovering in the hospital saw the shoes on the ground she was trying to protect the bay because the dogs were trying to. >>killer. >>we're told the woman and the boy have surgery and are in stable condition. as of now the police say the owner of the pit bulls does not face any charges. the dogs are with animal control it is still unknown, what set them off here in hotel on kron 4 news. >>coming upon con for newsweek and a frightening ordeal for an uber driver and his passenger after they were passenger after they were involved in one ptwo parts incredible.ibs. steak & ribs starting at $14.99, with your choice of sauce or dry rub. and back again is our 3-point rib bloom, topped with cheese fries and barbecue ribs. and if you want outback at home, order now!
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morning conagra brands has issued a voluntary recall for 6 ounce cans of hunt's tomato paste it's all because of the possibility of mold. the company says consumers made them aware of the issue and conagra says it believes the items may have been damaged after the county counting process was completed. effected cans have no salt added an expiration date of october 16th 2020. the company says it's working to have any remaining cans removed from store shelves. a new study finds that just one alcoholic drink a day could increase the risk of having a stroke. the study published this week in a peer review general medical journal reveals that having one to 2 drinks a day increases the risk of stroke by 10 to 15%. when the number increased to 4 drinks the risk
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you root and grew by 35%. researchers defined one drink is either a bottle of beer, one small glass of wine or one shot of spirits. good morning. >>good morning morning. look at the skies opening up around some low as we could see some sun coming i'm head coach jay wright
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and this is the lowe's "do it wright playbook." why don't you break down this kids technique for us, matt. sure thing jay. lawn care is all about the fundamentals. see how he starts the trimmer low then cuts up and inward? that stops that shrub from casting a shadow on it's bottom leaves. he is trimming at a high level and he knows it. if there was a scholarship for landscaping, i'd sign this guy yesterday.
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>>at the embarcadero in san
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francisco waterfront other places around the bay area as well the sparse here to sort it all out for us. >>yeah we have put in the cloud cover that's happening around the perimeter that already but it's opening up nicely in some spots and rain already happening this. we're seeing this around this a little of it is also gathering the skies already in place. so that's a very optimistic look for everybody else happening this afternoon as we wait for things to happen. nice and the separation and we haven't they flow pattern coming in off the pacific. so at least aloft we're clearing we can see that clearly in place low level moisture around the bay that's a little more problematic issue. mperatures have been very mild with been in the upper 50's up here in the north bay catching up now elsewhere in the south bay and off to the east bay work 56 livermore 57 for antioch 59 conquered 56 for a san jose and 58 for san francisco by the way we're going to be a little warmer today then yesterday and that may even hold a little bit tomorrow, even though there was some mention of rain returning a little like patch of rain we got, here's a nice clear up
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happening was a lot more optimistic that we looked at earlier looks like some sun coming up here in the north bay, but certainly in the other regions of the bay area will see the sun come out nicely too by high noon we're already seeing it happening. parts of those in the valleys then tomorrow it does filter back in again as you can see tomorrow afternoon turning somewhat mostly cloudy, however as far as any really earnest rain happening that doesn't happen till the evening overnight to tuesday morning. then it clears out yet again and it's a fairly pdry week for the remainder. now variable clouds will call a today that's for location and time. mild 70's going on in london tomorrow, it's mostly cloudy a few showers still warm 70's going on in london and then for this week dry for much of the week. a little bit of a shower towards the end of the week temperatures for highs. we got the upper 70's going on the inland valleys and the south 74 for san jose 73 for freeman in mountain view 71 for hayward up to the north bay though still remaining in the upper 60's again we're looking at 70's happening for some of those in the valleys for high
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temperatures today. still negotiate through some cloud cover by 3 o'clock that maybe a little bit more of a sour note that what we're looking maybe in the war mode of mostly sunny 68 san francisco, 73 san jose, 69 going on for oland of course coming up in a bit we'll take a look at those longer-range forecasts bottles it's a fairly dry week. but there's little wrinkle some rain potentially on friday. marty ok seen a couple minutes, thanks a lot happening today, the annual rock and roll marathon is taking place in san francisco's thousands of runners will be hitting the pavement. >>along the city's waterfront. it all started at pier 35 this morning that runs through north beach crissy field and over the golden gate bridge and back again and the inadequate of park now if you're a hitting the euro's in san francisco this morning be aware that several streets in the area will be closed during the race and we want to give you a live view now from the golden gate camera for the most part the runners seem to be on their way back now from a from the run across the span and then back again so i will
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keep an eye on cloudy conditions for the runners, good running weather for marathoners. well today marks the end of an era for the golden state warriors as they will be playing their last regular season game at oracle arena. now the warriors have a special celebration planned for the fans this afternoon kron force for stricter mark carpenter now takes us through 5 decades of warriors history. at roar occult. they were known as the san francisco warriors but for their first decade of a play their home games in various venues, including the newly build oakland coliseum to 3 years. >>i realize that lawyers. >>have a have a home in 1971 owner franklin merely move the team to oakland, changing their name to the golden state warriors. >>coming to a brand new although it was a across the bridge from where i live was a godsend and i think that the
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arena was definitely a place to play basketball. and of course we attract a bigger better and more and it was just a cry for years fans had plenty to cheer about the franchise made the playoffs in 6 out of 7 years we had. >>along >>with thurmond came another warriors legend. he's the one that actually put the warriors a on the map. it was one of the greatest talents are march night in 1974 stands out to you in a room. >>everything's flowing are things going well everything feels good. the moment, the ball touches my hands. i just kind of feel like the soon as it leaves my hand i know that's going in the basket. >>should happen more often a career-high 64 points against the portland trail blazers the next season, the warriors went all the way first battling the chicago bulls a series that went the distance.
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>>a member 7 just like our fans there's back to our. >>and game again chicago were tied 3, 3, war there's then humiliated the heavily favored washington bullets, winning. championship. >>because of a scheduling conflict, the warriors home games were played not at the coliseum but at the cow palace in daly city for decades would pass before another championship pennant would be hoisted into the coliseum rafters. >>those rafters began to shake in 2007. >>dlllars >>under coach don nelson's leadership point guard baron davis exploded. >>the
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>>the cheers only grew louder in the era of steve kerr steph curry clay thompson, kevin durant and draymond green. the day's team a lead dominating dynasty. 2017 the coliseum made history again so the first time that area franchise had won a title in its home with venue to the oakland athletics 1974 >>citing history had oracle reno coming up next in sports. the a's giants and charts all the a's giants and charts all in action saturday plus we humira patients, you inspire us. the way you triumph over adversity. and live your lives. that's why we redesigned humira. we wanted to make the experience better for you. now there's less pain immediately following injection. we've reduced the size of the needle and removed the citrate buffers.
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series against the red sox where won 3 of 4. they hit the road for a 10 game road trip it started in beantown yesterday where they lost to the open era of the red sox. >>today, aaron brooks at the start for oakland. bottom of the 5th was picking up their astro's up byron george springer. he hits a high line-drive deet to left field way back spring his 3rd home run of the season astro's up by 3. still in the 5th. michael brantley is going to watch one to deep right field. way out of here at lands in the second deck astro's extend their lead to 5 nothing astra's we're back in another.
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it will go on to shut out the a 6 to nothing oakland's lost 2 in a row. let's head over to oracle park giants hosting the rays in their second home game of the season. bottom of the 5th down a run, stephen uber ricks a line drive into right field. joe panik scores. they're going to waive connor joe all all the way in from first, he gets in safely. the giants take the lead. still in the 5th brandon belt, he's going to go opposite field for that one. they just cleared the wall belts 3rd home run of the year jive put up 4 runs in the 5th they go on to be tampa 6 to 4. they will play the rubber match tomorrow afternoon. i'm not sure about you, but it took about 2 hours from my bracket to be busted at this point i'm just reading for some fun games. well we had 2 of them tonight, chris beard and the texas tech red raiders taking on tom izzo and michigan michigan state spartans 2nd half texas tech by 9 matt mooney that's down
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the trains. texas tech alum in kansas city chiefs and the reigning mvp. patrick mahomes loving what he sees as a 3 minutes ago, michigan state claw-back that makes it a one-point game will that layup a minute left texas tech up for us. derrick hall over from beyond the arc he's going to be a lottery draft pick in the nba next year texas tech, they upset michigan state 6151. now the final is set and we'll see who they play in this next highlight coming up rnght here. this is uva taking on auburn bruce paul, then it. we have a good one pick it up in the 2nd half that 3 pointer is all part of a 12 nothing all over him run and they take the lead 11 seconds left uva down for cow guy barry's corner threes that brings virginia to within one. now one half seconds guy in the corner. no good break their samir he gets
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3 foul shots and guess what folks who made all 3 uva up 1 one last chance for all burned they can't get a good look. stun the tigers move on to monday's night we have it's a uva texas tech we'll call that one a couple weeks ago. now to the shark tank the bauer and the san jose sharks looking to finish the regular season off on a high note they've been struggling a bit second period tied at 2. kevin labanc backhands 3 to sharks over avalanche. 3rd period. look this shot. that extends to leave the 2 sharks will power on another one and they go on to beat the avalanche 5 to 2. all right jason, thanks a lot of us take a live look nothing says spring like fresh flowers, so let's promote our spring travel deal on choicehotels.com like this:
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>>good morning. thanks. a lot for joining us on kron 4 news week as we take this live look outside a market camera this time around. >>and we can see that clouds starting to look a little bit looks like it is up that bright white right, the middle of the society a right right of the bay bridge. the like it so we're done with more liberating wasn't going to see more we are we are going to sign of things to come is what we're saying we're cheering for sunshine is pretty anyway. it's a pretty quiet week actually coming up ahead we'll be talking forecast a bit but right now when you get know what's going on now look
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observatory never talk about an hour ago. yeah one hour ago they had a of cloud cover now that's cleared out so now we're good looking good there so the pictures that linda really improving. so this wait a little time for on the perimeter, the bay to get that part of the program taken care of golden gate bridge. i know that's a problem spot here. but here we have cut the overcast gloomy do me. sky conditions there there's that what's happening in place now a lot we're getting some better clearing so basically that means the sun can come through hit the ground words going in places like lick observatory and those inland valleys that warms the ground is round starts warming it starts moving around get the atmosphere mixing here, we'll take care of this crowd low level moisture around san francisco around the immediate they that helped some of that fog and low level moisture start to lift doesn't mix with some drier air that's the name of the game, upper 50's up here the north phase we got 57 hayward 54 freeman 56 for san jose, 58 for san francisco in 57 meanwhile for any oc winds well little bit of an offshore wind actually happening but
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they're pretty much below the 10 mile per hour range you can see and a half a dozen or so a mile per hour range 67 by high noon. this is kind of pessimistic your will called somewhat partly cloudy mixed bag, some sun and clouds whatever temperatures in the 70's happening in london that will probably be contained in the east to the south bay more that in the north because that's going to the top opot to get out to clear today and just to look at war going on today 68 san francisco, open 6973, meanwhile for san jose again very indicative of what we'll see in the east and those in the valleys next couple of days. we're still hanging on to the lower 70's that we drop off a little bit by tuesday. got a little of a shower working for tuesday morning's communal get into that long-range forecast models for you just a bit. meanwhile, we have sfo here. you have a little bit of about a delay of about an hour when seeing the traffic going on here all this morning, some things are still flowing. well more on that long-range forecast and that party. all right dave thanks lot happening tomorrow, jury selection is expected to begin for the 2 men charged in the go ship warehouse fire.
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derrick all men and max harris are on trial for the 2016 oakland warehouse fire that killed 36 people. each is charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. last thursday prosecutors asked the 2 owners of the wahouse if they had leased the warehouse to all and if they were in any way responsible for the fire. the owners did not respond to any of those questions. tomorrow pools of potential jurors will come up to court to fill out questionnaires to begin the process. and new this morning the inmate who walked away from an alternative custody program last week is now back in custody. he's 43 year-old nick sanchez, he was arrested yesterday near san jose. last year he was sentenced to 3 years for vehicle theft and prior convictions and he was released to the acp program last week when he failed to report and then he failed to report to a parole officer, santa clara district attorney's office is now considering filing escape charges. again sanchez. this
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morning we're getting a look at the crash that was caught on camera in the that's when a new bird driver and his passenger were able to walk away from the crash. after the car was t-boned well now the search is on for 2 suspects kron four stand thorne has the story. i hope police are looking for 2 suspects after this, a black he a smashing into the side of darrelle parker's car fast to be scared, but it was scary moment, i went out. >>can you relate to happen. parker says this happened when he was driving a passenger for uber thursday morning around 5. he was trying to make a turn from mississippi street on to sacramento street when he was struck. you see videos all the hughes who was somewhat they're fools of people. i'm somebody's son is arriving. >>they just to be one of people a lot of this is this is crazy. >>the surveillance video from a neighbor then shows the suspects in the getting out of their car and running off.
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they didn't stop to see if anyone was ok, it is a >>talking to. >>parker says his shoulder and his knee were hurt in the crash. his passenger was also frightened by the sudden strike on a semester neocons who me this is going to parker's honda accord has been left mangled. he says it's going to take a while for him to feel comfortable getting behind the wheel. let alone driving for uber. >>that was dan foreign reporting neighbors say the area is a dangerous spot for drivers and they're hoping that something can be done to fix the problem. later police are reviewing the surveillance video to try and identify the suspects in the crash. new this morning. the chp is trying to figure out what caused the man's car to plunge down a hill in sonoma county. the deadly crash happened friday night the 4500 block of bull and dylan road in castle darrow. the man died, but his girlfriend was able to climb up a steep slope despite suffering a broken leg. she
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waited more than 13 hours for help. she was rescued around 11 o'clock yesterday morning and airlifted to a hospital. the vehicle rolled about 800 feet down the embankment and ended up on its roof. there's no word just yet as to who was driving the car or the cause of the crash. we have new details on the deaths of 7 members of one family whose suv plunged off a cliff in mendocino county last year. reports show that some of the circumstances in the suv just before jennifer hart drove or 6 adopted children off of a cliff jennifer's wife sarah was in the passenger seat at the time. she apparently was looking at different ways to end a life. last week coroner's jury unanimously ruled it was a murder suicide. the crash happened just days after authorities in washington state opened an investigation following allegations the couple was neglecting the children. investigators found the remains of everyone inside the suv except for 15 year-old
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davante hart. coming up on kron 4 news once trusted use leader in the community is in jail this morning. we'll have the disturbing allegations against the basketball coach that involved a child.
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having an inappropriate relationship with a young girl kron forcefully chagall has the story. >>53 year-old david kaiser's future with youth as a coach with the nonprofit national junior basketball league is in serious jeopardy. last sunday, the san jose police department arrested him at his home on mount carmel drive. he was charged with multiple felony counts of lewd and lascivious acts with a minor that's really surprising. some of kaiser's neighbors were willing to share their reaction to his incarceration, the preferred to remain anonymous said to sickens me >>and you know children the police department's internet crimes against children and child exploitation detail carried out the investigation. it started the same day kaiser was arrested when police say detectives learned kaiser had allegedly sexually assaulted. >>a 12 year-old girl multiple times over a one year period there innocent they don't know. groom them that you know
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that that they love them or whatever they do i mean they know how to do it and they know how to get a child to do something that they shouldn't be doing they don't and they make them feel guilty for police say kaiser coached in the arm and an area of san jose. >>multiple neighbors saying this case is particularly distressing because they say kaiser is a father himself with 3 young kids i just have no words when i hear about it i just very teary and it for the child, in their family because it never goes away. never records show kaiser is currently being held here at the santa clara county main jail without bail. in san jose fully to call kron 4 news. >>and coming up after the break police are investigate suspicious fires set in 3 separate churches in louisiana.
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>>were back on kron 4 news we can take look at the activity on the san mateo bridge traffic moving smoothly looks like some sunshine there today. you know trying to work its way in there and get so we're get taken care good portion with the sun coming out. that's good news. it looks like a this week will be fairly dry. but we do have a little wriggle make its way in here early in the week store to make note will be talking about that in the longer range forecast too, which is fairly dry by the way marty us a while get used to that trend. here's sfo for you and there you see all the delay that's
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going on there it's approaching about an hour but we've been seeing that planes moving around so the search traffic problem there traffic going on. saying on the transportation mode that the weiland about that nice beautiful sunrise, blue skies as well so clearing out that way as well so we have a lot is pretty much we've taken care of the sun upstairs. it's really the low level moiscure that gets kind of hovered around what was many moons ago a valid they got flooded after the last ice age we call the day now so it tends to get of kind of hovered around here this low level moisture takes a while to kind of mix out with the drier air around with the sun up warming things up. that's going help out. we have the upper but hovering up here in the north bay. however, south and the east bay, they were behind they've caught up nicely with the sun out upper 50's now you will notice, although some mid 50's in spots, 55 freeman 56 for a san jose 58 meanwhile for san francisco. again the clear patch bought make note of the long-range forecast in terms of everything coming off the pacific. there's no blocking high with this and this will also be to telling in the
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seven-day forecast we'll get into that in just a bit. 80 right now for fresno kind of seeing some members woman up we can see 78 bakersfield, central coast, not too bad 69 for monterrey 77 santa barbara big bear at 6171 meanwhile for l a x, so that little ring calls telling marty about his yacht opens up nicely today, shore clouds fill back up again. we're still kind of a moist pattern that's coming in off the pacific tomorrow, not too much and in the afternoon. the skies buildup of the cloud cover sprinkle overnight rain into ordered in rather into tuesday morning. so we'll have that little zone to look out for some wet roads back your morning commute tuesday. and then after that we have little bit of a dry patch, let's watch things out of the long-range forecast. again here is tuesday morning. we mention we don't see anything really bothering us. but there's no real nice to see high in place here that doesn't blocking job and warm up our temperatures which will see in the seven-day there you have friday there that a
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little wrinkle of rain showers and then another batch like a catcher here boom, there's another one on sunday, it looks like so they keep bouncing into war zone, this is april now so let's have a blocking high we're going continue to get that type of activity. now in the seven-day forecast. this is what we're talking about it remains dry for good portion of the shore. however temperatures stay in the 60's if we had a nice high year in the valleys you might even look at some lower 80's. we're going to stay in the upper 60's that's not too bad at least we're dry. some showers to look out for on friday. i told you been caught the showers for you and then on sunday another batch look out for as well marty all right dave. thank you. there's this morning after being closed for more than 3 weeks. >>through breads are again running at santa anita racetrack in southern california, 23 horses have died at the track since december because of racing accidents. the latest happened last sunday when a horse had to be euthanized after a tripped and fell since then the track is put in new safety protocols. and while some are excited to be able to return to the track. there are some
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activists who are protesting hoping to close the track down for good. >>our goal today is to increase the pressure on this death track we want to shut down we want horse racing to end in california they eat will they go to veterinary and you know to get taken care of they can't even step on the in air prepare to ride. >>senator dianne feinstein in congress member judy chu are demanding the cancellation of races at santa anita until an investigation into the deaths of the 23 horses is completed. national news this morning fire destroyed 3 historically black churches in louisiana over the past 10 days. investigators are now trying to figure out if they're related meredith woodruff reports, however that church leaders are not losing faith. >>very concerned now. but i'm very optimistic because god. freezing god. >>3 historic churches all
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destroyed by fire in less than 2 weeks now seeking answers. >>we believe is suspicious. we were certainly treat these fires from the beginning. >>as crime scene. the churches have predominantly african american congregations. >>louisiana state fire marshal alongside federal and local agencies are investigating the cause of the fires. officials haven't said is they're related. however, a very calm it that there is a problem. >>and enter is no coincidence that there are 3 fires. >>the first in saint mary baptist church on march 26th. then on april second a fire destroyed greater union baptist church, just 2 days later, a 3rd fire destroyed mount pleasant baptist church on april 4th church leaders say their faith won't be rocked and services will go on. >>i want to be this this point you know i would rather not but this is god's he allowed and i believe he brought me here is going to me to this.
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>>to the churches has made temporary arrangements in other buildings. i'm eric wood reporting. >>authorities have charged a man with threatening to kill us congresswoman, ilhan omar, he was arrested at his new york home on friday morning now the us attorney's office says the 55 year-old called representative omar's office and accused her of being a terrorist and then threaten the shooter if found guilty the man faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison. president trump spoke to jewish supporters and touched on a number of topics, including his potential democratic political opponents. president accusing democrats of misleading israel and allowing quote a scourge of anti semitism to take root. >>democrats have even allowed and the terrible school lunch of anti semitism to take root in their party and in their country.
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>>president also warned that a democratic victory in 2020 could leave israel out there and also highlighted his pro israel actions in an effort to win support from jewish voters. take a break but first we're going to take a live look outside of conditions that me sfo there's a 54 minute delay, mainly because of the fog will be right back.
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he'p not waiting on officials to try and fix the problem instead he's taking care of the issue himself with a shovel and some dirt. julie done meyer has the story. >>if he has yet to win. was with 2 more years separate 12 year-old monte scott from a driver's license to thank judge for church fire. though she stars shun ate. but in michigan, you don't need to be driving age to be fed up. >>50 before i headed out here in aden half a look was potholes snow for you. >>monti didn't have time to waste our pretty hard i enjoy doing what i do and i think he sees it and so it kind rubs off on him when his mom's tire fell victim to this crater at the end of his muskegon heights street so i've to study actually fixing the road himself. >>the sea he saw problem he thought he can fix it by filling in the potholes with that or a crew came through and finish the job monte started. >>he been a name but stay low. >>topping off most of the
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potholes used to be a good story but with anything like that. and i want know he says you can't fix the problem by filling and he's just like the reese just had a whole should have used term my cause more money last longer. >>monti hopes whatever the solution. >>i think days in it happens sooner than his 16th birthday call those 3. >>the total you go monday that was julie done my on the story received attention from the michigan state house michigan's governor's schedule, some time to meet with him. well take a look at the scene at last night after texas tech won its semifinal game and headed to men's nc double a national basketball championship game. the feet of the fans are pouring out on to the streets of lubbock texas setting couches on fire flipping cars over settiog bonfires in the middle of the street riot police were eventually called in and used tear gas to break up the crowds. the city of lubbock then released a statement
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calling it extremely dangerous and disappointing behavior. there's no word this morning on any arrests, however, the texas tech red raiders will take on the virginia cavaliers tomorrow night in the title game. our kron 4 news weekend were seen news, san jose police body cam footage. >>from a deadly officer-involved christmas shooting that's coming up. also of the woman and her son are in the hospital after all by 3 pit bulls. and they are in temperatures now approaching at around 60 zone around oakland. they coached around oakland. they coached forecast coming up a bit. while shopping at sears, you need to place yourself in the moment. ♪
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>>and that breaking news that all lanes on northbound i ate 80 in oakland are open again that follows that chain reaction wreck the clothes all close 4 lanes of the freeway earlier this morning. the accident happened just south of 98th avenue in oakland just around 5 o'clock this morning that's are the exit for the oakland international airport. the first crash happened when a driver with a flat te was rear ended by a driver of a box truck and then just a few minutes later the chp says another car rarer ended the box truck. 2 people were taken to the hospital there's no word on their condition this morning. the freeway was closed for 3 hours but again all lanes are now reopened.
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good morning, everybody, i'm martin gonzalez we want to get things started with dave spar and whether hide a hey good morning marty good morning, everybody and a look at what we've got going on right now lots of blue skies coming out look that it's marty skies and lou behind into as well. what we have in program going to be a improving in terms of our sky conditions this afternoon. >>let's take it full the graphic fold can do that just take the full me don't this is the blue skies. i was mentioning here and lot of that off to the distance, nice blue skies, you will notice there. and what's happening at the golden gate i know it's the problem area there there's 2 of the cloud cover kind of lingering around a little bit but at least the northern tower we can now make out in a little bit of tumor in a bit too as well so things slowly starting to improve that could be the last stop along the journey around the immediate goal of the day up to the yeah there's more to come this cloud cover will fill back in again. tonight after clearing out that fog at 09:00am just about taken care of over most
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of the bay lifting about the golden gate to the north. this later this morning by 11 o'clock that should be handled with very nicely. temperatures around 60 for a word open it looks like 60 also livermore 60 for nap already and san jose a mountain dew at 61, 58 meanwhile for san francisco. and they were already batting ahead of where we were from yesterday. this is going to remain a yellow map all this afternoon as we continue to stay ahead of where we were yesterday as we get into the day. we'll see quite a bit of sunshine temperatures into the 70's risiting more low tate locations today that we saw from yesterday. we'll have a look at the longer range forecast is fairly dry. but temperatures are really going to pounce as much as you would expect. well our top story this morning is a closer look at the christmas day officer-involved shooting that left one woman dead there's newly released body camera footage.
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>>the show's the woman's final actions before san jose police say they were forced to open fire. the santa clara county da's office ruled last week that 4 officers involved were justified in their actions. a 62 page report found that officers fired 37 jennifer vasquez hitting her 14 times in the head chest arm and shoulder. a passenger in the vehicle was also hit kron for snow. well bellow has more. >>immediately after jennifer vasquez crashes the stolen car she was driving into fence, jose police officers shout several commands. despite those repeated orders vasquez rocks, the v a. >>back and forth into the as she tries to free herself. >>now as then backs into one patrol getting another. officers opened fire 37 times.
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>>according to the 62 page report released by the santa clara district attorney when officers opened fire they believe vasquez was involved in an earlier shooting and was armed, when they tried to pull her over vasquez sped off leading officers on a 9 mile chase, the reach speeds up to 100 miles per hour prosecutor david boyd said in the report quote nothing jennifer vasquez did dispelled the reasonable suspicion that she was exactly who the police were looking for he continued quote vasquez his behavior revealed she was going to use the car in order to escape. >>4 officers involved have been cleared. >>that's family plans to address the public in the coming days in san jose noel bellow kron 4 news. >>funeral services are set for this afternoon for reverend james matthews the rector of
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the cathedral of christ the light church in oakland. he was known as father, jay throughout the oakland diocese and was the first african american ordained priest in northern california. matthews died last saturday of an apparent heart attack he was 70 years old. a procession of the hearse from saint benedict's church to the cathedral will take place at one 30 this afternoon that will be followed by a viewing at the cathedral from 4 to 6 and then a vigil in interfaith gathering will follow that oakland mayor libby schaff us representative barbara lee and former oakland mayor harris are all expected to speak a burial mask, the schedule for tomorrow night at 7 o'clock. happening today, governor sun is headed to el salvador to try and better understand the situation and that violence torn country the visit comes after state lawmakers announced a proposal to create an agency specifically for immigrants and refugees. lawmakers are looking to bring all the services the state offers under one roof, proposal would also establish
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us secretary of immigrant and refugee affairs to help lead that agency in el salvador governor newsom will get a firsthand look at some of the root root causes of migration. california has the largest immigrant population at around 10 million people. police are investigating an assault on a passenger on board on board a bart train. authorities say it happened last night about 8 30 at the daily city station. 2 men apparently got into a fight and one of them suffered non life threatening injuries. bart police cfosed the station for about 30 minutes, one man was arrested and taken to jail. no word on what caused the fight nor the victims injuries. a woman and her son are recovering from serious injuries this morning after being mauled by 3 dogs in the kron four is gail long oke to a neighbor who witnessed the attack and called 911. >>the leo police are praising that neighbor for her quick actions, we're told the woman who was attacked is a sister of the person who apparently owns the pit bulls.
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>>it's it's it's really stressful. door's hutcherson ip still in disbelief and i saw this late on the ground and it's like she was struggling to find enough are live. and i saw them dogs us oh my 3 pit bulls with attacking the attack happened as doors was heading home around 5 30 friday afternoon. >>she heard a woman screaming at her next door neighbor's home and called 911 right away it was 3 pit bulls. >>and they would just pull in on the baby and she was trying to protect the baby with the body. so she was land on and they just drucker although against the fence and everything. >>doors grabbed the chair to see over the fence which she shares with her neighbor at one point door says husband steve grab his golf club and tap on the neighbor's gate to distract the dogs away the 2 yellow small they let loose and came to the fence you know. >>try to get the but i you
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know kept got to get besides get meeting beating holland screening so to get the blood on the when officers arrived they found a woman and child in the backyard being attacked by the dogs. >>they were pit bull terriers each weighing about 40 to 50 pounds. the officers used pepper spray and physical force animal care control officers took them away the little boy and mother suffered major injuries and are recovering in the hospital saw the shoes on the ground she was trying to protect the bay because the dogs were trying to. >>killer. >>we're told the woman and the boy have surgery and are in stable condition. as of now the police say the owner of the pit bulls does not face any charges. the dogs are with animal control it is still unknown, what set them off here in hotel on kron 4 news. >>and coming up on for newsweek and a frightening ordeal for an uber driver and his passenger after they were involved in this crash. the incident was caught on camera will have the story coming up.
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for your health this morning conagra brands has issued a voluntary recall for 6 ounce cans of hunt's tomato pays due to the possibility of mold. the company says consumers made them aware of the issue conagra says it believes the items may have been damaged after the counting process was completed. the affected 6 ounce cans have no salt added and an expiration date of october 16th 2020. the company says it's working to have any
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remaining cans removed from store shelves. and a new study finds that just one alcoholic drink a day could increase the risk of having a stroke. this study published this week in a peer reviewed general medical medical journal reveals that having one to 2 drinks a day increases the risk of stroke by 10 to 15%. when the number increased to 4 drinks the risk grew by 35%. researchers to find one drink is either a bottle of beer, a small glass of wine or a shot of spirits. good morning david good morning. marty good morning, everybody beautiful shot coming out of luck observer and a son of a conservatory out of p a. >>but the weiland there we go there we go nice and beautiful picture we have take the temperatures already approaching about 60 lighting up the they line 60 going on from napa 61 for tomato, take a look at your sunday forecast we come back. good morning,
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we're back on kron 4 news weekend checking out the view and a few sea eagles on picture from mark and errol mugging for the cameras have access to watching his watch this you have some light on you know the little red light popped on he does like crews on by this time a k. so we have a pretty sky conditions are and except for an immediate they that's where the problem areas morning but look at that we talk about island looking good there look observatory which i mention is also looking good too. so most the inland areas have been taken care of it's really around the immediate bay that's a little bit slow boy which is typically the case.
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it also tells us a lot pretty much clear things out so it's low level moisture. the fog. it's at the lower levels that we have to kind of take care of right now our temperatures were at 64 out to concord's 59 antioch 60 for livermore but he's shoreline has already popped to about 6061. meanwhile and nap at 6058 meanwhile for san francisco. so future cast for what you have for us it should open up pretty nicely this afternoon for everybody. this is more optimistic than some of the earlier model runs what's even clearing out it looks like in the north a bit too. it fills back in again tonight tomorrow to 45 ish or so right before the evening commute, scattered showers overnight to tuesday morning. but then the skies opened up for the afternoon so somewhat roads tuesday morning perhaps but then we clear things out for the afternoon and that's a fairly calm and quiet week that we have ahead, let's jump over that they bridge shot too. there's the east bay hills still working on these clouds as well variable clouds and mild that's the only part of the forecast 70's happening in london. yay and then for
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tomorrow, it looks like mostly cloudy with a few showers that will be in the afternoon overnight to tuesday morning still warm with 70's happening in london and then for this week, dry for much of the week a little bit of a shower towards weeks and that it looks like to be about friday morning we'll get into some of the long-range forecast models and a bit. highs today are indicative of what those early model runs were in terms of clearing up mostly sunny off to the east bay in the south bay and so forth cloudsa little bit more sluggish up here in the north and the fog and such but it looks like from we've been looking at it looks like it might actually clear up a little bit better than that. so we'll look for high temperatures today to revisit some of those lower 70's and similar performance expected for tomorrow. but the week ahead is going to be relatively uneventful even in terms of temperatures which tells us we don't have that nice high pressure building not only is is a block things but we're also get some better warming from it and that doesn't appear to be in the cards this week add 68, san francisco, 69 for open in 73 for san jose. all thanks lot.
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well today marks the end of an era for the golden state warriors as they play their last regular season game at oracle arena. the warriors have a very special celebration planned for fans this afternoon kron 4 sports rector mark carpenter takes us through 5 decades of warriors history, oracle. they were known as the san francisco warriors but for their first decade of a play their home games in various venues, including the newly build oakland coliseum to 3 years. >>i realize that lawyers. >>have a home in 1971 owner franklin merely move the team to oakland, changing their name to the golden state warriors. >>coming to a brand new although it was a across the bridge from where i live was a godsend and i think that the arena was definitely a place to play basketball. and of
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course we attract a bigger better and more and it was just a cry for years fans had plenty to cheer about the franchise made the playoffs in 6 out of 7 years we had. >>along >>with thurmond came another warriors legend. it's the one that actually put the warriors a on the map. it was one of the greatest talents are march night in 1974 stands out to you in a room. >>everything's flowing are things going well everything feels good. the moment, the ball touches my hands. i just kind of feel like the soon as it laves my hand i know that's going in the basket. >>should happen more often a career-high 64 points against the portland trail blazers the next season, the warriors went all the way first battling the chicago bulls a series that went the distance. >>number 7 just like our fans
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there's back to our. >>and game again chicago were tied 3, 3, war there's then humiliated the heavily favored washington bullets, winning. championship. >>because of a scheduling conflict, the warriors home games were played not at the coliseum but at the cow palace in daly city for decades would pass before another championship pennant would be hoisted into the coliseum rafters. >>those rafters began to shake in 2007. >>dollars >>under coach don nelson's leadership point guard baron davis exploded. >>the
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>>the cheers only grew louder in the era of steve kerr steph curry clay thompson, kevin durant and draymond green. the day's team a lead dominating dynasty. 2017 the coliseum made history again so the first time that area franchise had won a title in its home with venue to the oakland athletics, for years fans well coming up in sports. the a's. >>giants and charts all in action on saturday. also we have finalists for the nc doubl very impressive
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series against the red sox where won 3 of 4. they hit the road for a 10 game road trip it started in beantown yesterday where they lost to the opener of the red sox today, aaron brooks at the start for oakland. bottom of the 5th was picking up their astro's up byron george springer. he hits a high line-drive deet to left field way back spring his 3rd home run of the season astro's up by 3. still in the 5th. michael brantley is going to watch one to deep right field. way out of here at lands in the second deck astro's extend their lead to 5 nothing astros were back in another. it will go on to shut out the a 6 to
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nothing oakland's lost 2 in a row. let's head over to oracle park and giants hosting the rays in their second home game of the season. bottom of the 5th down a run, stephen uber ricks a line drive into right field. joe panik scores. they're going to waive connor joe all all the way in from first, he gets in safely. the giants take the lead. still in the 5th brandon belt, he's going to go opposite field for that one. they just cleared the wall belts 3rd home run of the year jive put up 4 runs in the 5th they go on to be tampa 6 to 4. that will play the rubber match tomorrow afternoon. i'm not sure about you, but it took about 2 hours from my bracket to be busted at this point i'm just reading for some fun games. well we had 2 of them tonight, chris beard and the texas tech red raiders taking on tom izzo and michigan michigan state spartans 2nd half texas tech by 9 matt mooney that's down
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the trains. texas tech alum in kansas city chiefs and the loving what he sees as a 3 es minutes ago, michigan state claw-back that makes it a one-point game will that layup a minute left texas tech up for us. derrick hall over from beyond the arc he's going to be a lottery draft pick in the nba next year texas tech they upset michigan state, 6151. now the final is set and we'll see who they play in this next highlight coming up right here. this is uva taking on bruce paul, then it. we have a good one pick it up in the 2nd half that 3 pointer is all part of a 12 nothing all over him run and they take the lead 11 seconds left uva down for cow guy barry's corner threes that brings virginia to within one. now one half seconds guy in the corner. it's no good
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tough break their samir he gets 3 foul shots and guess what folks who made all 3 uva up 1 one last chance for all burned they can't get a good look. stun the tigers move on to monday's night we have it's a uva texas tech we'll call that one a couple weeks ago. now to the shark tank the the bauer and the san jose sharks looking to finish the regular season off on a high note they've been struggling a bit second period tied at 2. kevin labanc backhands 3 to sharks over avalanche. 3rd period. look this shot. that extends relieved to 2 sharks will power on another one and they go on to beat the avalanche 5 to 2. all right jason, thanks. a lot we're going take a break but first we'll take a live look outside a cloudy conditions of the golden gate bridge. >>dave will be by with the forecast when we come back.
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>>good morning, we're back and trying to figure out where we are quick tell on the fog is what it is that's the thing. we should feel like a lot of times that now i think there's a lot of metaphors it in that and where and this is the bay bridge. what you did see the bay bridge there and quite a bit of fog store around building or the bay we will take care of that though it looks like it's opening up the skies for just about everybody
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today all because old or dare of nice blue skies and the ground a little bit more. we're on the right right trend here. there's also the view from the golden gate we see both towers very nicely throughout all of that. so at run of the right trend however going to take care of some of this low level moisture because a lot look at that nice and clear it out here nicely it's not happening that way to service right now 60 for oakland for hayward as well, 64 congress over it as you get some sort heating in some areas, 61 nap at 60 58 meanwhile for san francisco in about a 60 to check in for san jose surface winds a little bit of an offshore wind we have although most readings are com or at least a half a dozen miles per hour or less. no major changes expected with all of that too because nothing is really moving things in other words we have high moving here. the kind of took over you have a change of that pressure and so forth would have those gradients of pressures changing on us and for today, opening up the skies in the in the valleys, particularly but even around the bay, temperatures will manage into the lower 70's
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today but then backing off into the 60's for the balance of the week it looks like today we'll call it 68 san francisco opened 6973 meanwhile for san jose next couple of days. problem area monday night into tuesday morning, some light rain showers at work. but enough to what the road maybe some slick morning commute for tuesday morning we'll get into all of that and that longer range forecast for you as well marty thanks a lot. well happening tomorrow jury selection is expected to begin for the 2 men charged in the go ship warehouse fire. derrick on and max harris are on trial for the 2016 oakland warehouse fire that killed 36 people each of them is charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. last thursday prosecutors asked the 2 owners of the warehouse if they leased the building. 2 al and if they were in any way responsible for the fire. well, the owners did not respond to any of those questions. tomorrow pools of potential jurors will come to the courthouse to fill out questionnaires and start the process. new this morning. the
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inmate who walked away from an alternative custody program last week is now back in jail, 43 year-old nick sanchez was arrested yesterday near san jose last year he was sentenced to 3 years. >>for vehicle theft and prior convictions he was released to the acp program last week and then failed to report to a parole officer. santa clara district attorney's office now considering whether to file escape charges against sanchez. this morning, we're getting a look at a crash that was caught on camera in valais whoa that's where new vergeer iver and his passenger were able to walk away from the crash. after the car was t-boned well now the search is on for 2 suspects kron four stand for and has the story. well i hope police are looking for 2 suspects after this, a black he a smashing into the side of darrelle parker's car fast to be scared, but it was scary moment, i went out. >>can you relate happen.
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parker says this happened when he was driving a passenger for uber thursday morning around 5. he was trying to make a turn from mississippi street on to sacramento street when he was struck. you see videos all the hughes who was somewhat they're fools of people crime some of the sun is arriving. >>they just to be one of people why this is crazy. >>the surveillance video from a neighbor then shows the suspects in the getting out of their car and running off. they didn't stop to see if anyone was ok it isn't says. >>talking to. >>parker says his shoulder and his knee were hurt in the crash. his passenger was also frightened by the sudden strike on a semester neocons who me this is going to parker's honda accord has been left mangled. he says it's going to take a while for him to feel comfortable getting behind the wheel. let alone driving for uber. that was dan thorn, reporting now neighbors in the area say that is a
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dangerous spot for drivers and they're hoping that something can be done to try and fix the problem. police are reviewing the surveillance video to try and identify the suspects in that crash. new this morning. the chp trying to figure out what caused the man's car to plunge down a hill in sonoma county. this deadly crash happened on friday night in the 4500 block of bull and dylan wrote in cars and arrow. the man died, but his girlfriend was able to climb up a steep slope despite suffering a broken leg. she waited more than 13 hours for help. she was finally rescued around 11 o'clock yesterday morning and airlifted to a hospital. the vehicle rolled about 800 feet down the embankment and ended up on its roof. there's no word just yet on who was driving the car nor the cause of the crash. a san jose basketball coach is in jail this morning after being accused of having an inappropriate relationship with the young girl kron forcefully chagall has the story. >>53 year-old david kaiser's future with youth as a coach
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with the nonprofit national junior basketball league is in serious jeopardy. last sunday, the san jose police department arrested him at his home on mount carmel drive. he was charged with multiple felony counts of lewd and lascivious acts with a minor that's really surprising. some of kaiser's neighbors were willing to share their reaction to his incarceration, the preferred to remain anonymous census, sickens me >>and you know children the police department's internet crimes against children and child exploitation detail carried out the investigation. it started the same day kaiser was arrested when police say detectives learned kaiser had allegedly sexually assaulted. >>a 12 year-old girl multiple times over a one year period there innocent they don't know. groom them that you know that that they love them or whatever they do i mean they know how to do it and they know how to get a child to do something that they shouldn't
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be doing they don't and they make them feel guilty for police say kaiser coached in the arm and an area of san jose. >>multiple neighbors saying this case is particularly distressing because they say kaiser is a father himself with 3 young kids i just have no words when i hear about it i just very teary and it for the child, in their family because it never goes away. never records show kaiser is currently being held here at the santa clara county main jail without bail. in san jose fully to call kron 4 news. >>and we have new details on the deaths of 7 members of one family whose suv plunged off a cliff in mendocino county last year. reports show some of the circumstances in the suv just before jennifer hart drove for 6 adopted children off a cliff. jennifer's wife sarah was in the passenger seat, apparently looking at different ways to end a life. last week a coroner's jury unanimously ruled it was a murder suicide. the crash
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happened days after authorities in washington state opened an investigation following allegations the couple were into neglect in the children. investigators found the remains of everyone in the suv except for 15 year-old davante hart. the housing crisis in the bay areas, forcing a family of 9 to find a new place to live. it's been a year since the family welcomed quintuplets into their home. they moved to the community of mountain house near tracy but now they have to relocate again kron force michelle kingston has their story. >>it's a lot of work. >>amy campbell is the definition of a busy beautiful baby of them blood-borne just over a year now amy and her husband cheddar facing a new challenge their is selling the house they call home or they pay just 1600 a month for 7 years that so. >>unheard of. for right now so we know how fortunate we chad
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commutes about 120 miles a day spending at least 3 hours in the car, commuting from there now and house home to his job in san mateo that campbell's now join the thousands of bay area residents moving out even thinking about leaving the state altogether it's a closer live in poverty. we can move farther out i can add to continue. i drive drove home to him the ultimate and i look around me. >>and you see this dead look at everybody's faces. >>miserable the couple's don't want a temporary spot wherever they go from here will be home for good. for sudan. no well gracing get real and present. >>to spend 3 hours a day on the road and that's too and as they get older, i don't want. our kids to be at their games and look up in the bleachers and i'm stuck on the ultimate until 07:00pm the campbells have about 6 weeks to pack up
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and find home that one house michelle kingston kron 4 news. >>well after being closed for more than 3 weeks thoroughbreds are running again at santa anita racetrack in southern california, 23 horses have died at the track since december because of racing accidents. the latest happened last sunday when a horse had to be euthanized after a tripped and fell since then the track is put in new safety protocols. and while some are excited to be able to return to the track there are many activists who are protesting, hoping to close the track down for good. >>our goal today is to increase the pressure on this death track we want to shut down we want horse racing to end in california they eat will they go to veterinary and you know to get taken care of they can't even step on the track in air prepare to ride. >>senator dianne feinstein in congress member judy chu who are demanding a cancellation of races at the track until an investigation into the deaths of the 23 horses is completed.
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the national news this morning fire destroyed 3 historic black churches in louisiana over the past 10 days. investigators trying to figure out if they're all related as meredith wood reports however, church leader leaders she talked to are not losing faith. >>very concerned now. but i'm very optimistic because god. god. >>3 historic churches all destroyed by fire in less than 2 weeks now seeking answers. >>we believe is suspicious. we were certainly treat these fires from the beginning. >>as crime scene. the churches have predominantly african american congregations. >>louisiana state fire marshal alongside federal and local agencies are investigating the cause of the fires. officials haven't said is they're related. however we're very it that there is a problem and enter is no coincidence that there are 3 fires. >>the first in saint mary baptist church on march 26th.
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then on april second a fire destroyed greater union baptist church, just 2 days later, a 3rd fire destsoyed mount pleasant baptist church on april 4th church leaders say their faith won't be rocked and services will go on. >>i want to be this this point you know i would rather not this is god's he allowed and i believe he brought me here is going to me to this. >>to the churches has made temporary arrangements in other buildings. i'm meredith wood reporting. >>and let's go ahead and take you outside for live look at conditions at sfo, they're still dea i think on news,
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good morning, everybody live shot coming in of s f o when we stop about a delay this cooking at near about an hour with all of this here. >>meanwhile, the shot from u c berkeley another problem area of still dealing with the fog and portions around the immediate bay area. this is where that low level moisture in the fog is going to continue to linger because a lot. look at this all taken care of for the most part. we will be mostly sunny in many locations, particularly in the valleys in and around the bay that's we work on the lower level moisture to kind of get mixed out with some drier air around us lower 60's already taking hold in the south end of the bay 61 fremont 64 a hayward and also san jose to livermore 65 meanwhile for concord and up to the north they approaching about 60 was santa rosa behind at about 58
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that will be a problem area to clear out today satellite picture yeah, there's still more cloud cover our way and that is some showers expected to drop in probably late on monday and into your tuesday morning but were take a little break from it at least for right now in most of the 7 day forecast is fairly dry too. highs today forecast fresno about a 79 77 for bakersfield 68 san francisco. monterrey 69 pair, 7 santa barbara and 71 for l a x. so this is what the future cast for has to say, here's the clear-up job for around the media today. it's ok on sunday monday cloud cover builds up in drops in some rain showers late in the afternoon into the evening hours overnight to tuesday. so let rosen beyond that it's a fairly dry weekend. let's take a look at the wide perspective everything in terms of gauging this here we have that about of rain happening tuesday morning when monday night. and we don't really have a high building so that means we're not going to have really warm temperatures in around the bay will be mild. another bout for
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friday morning and then way upstream e a there's another one to make note of on sunday afternoon as far as the 7 day forecast is concerned this is what i was talking about dry for most of the week, but temperatures staying in the 60's usually with a high we can get some little bit of subsidence building from it, you know sometimes push those high temperatures for the in the valleys in and around 80 or so but taking a breather on those heat spi es at least for now, plenty of time though the year is young marty now right, thank you dave. one of great things about living in the bay area is the wealth of places to visit for a weekend getaway. >>are traveling tuesday been decided to put away her passport. she visited some of her favorite spots in sonoma county country sticking close to home absolutely no one country takes a little bit more time behind the wheel not great things are you in the russian river valley. >>grizzle we talked a lot about about a month ago with the flooding that exact are open for business and paul it's it's time to go. armstrong woods, one of my absolute favorite places in
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the world is about a 10 minute drive from downtown guerneville. the corevalve winery is the interval when you kind of had in the way these are all kind of highlights you can do. so let's get outside for so good this is our strong so many things to love about it even on a doesn't feel crowded. just you it's beautiful i'm on a wet day those redwoods keep you dry a good point on a warm day. they keep your shaded and and it's beautiful and lovely and it's one of those things that the locals know about but the outsiders don't always associate had an agenda absolutely this is core about core of people go for the bubbles the bubbles are what their famous more but take a tour the tories free. it only last about an hour. we're on the corbell brothers were using the redwoods to make sug are boxes that how this got started and they realized you know long-term we're going to have to do something so they started experimenting growing dings plums all is even tobacco tobacco even tobacco
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and what we can all know what and the reason i love the corbell u n the tours run frequently throughout the day and there's no commitment their free you just show up to show up no reservation, reservation. he did they run so many times that you're going to get lucky and had to say one more time it's from its free to take on but downtown guerneville there's always something going on has kind of this old town feeling easy to get to from armstrong woods so keep keep that in mind. you don't meet your car a time which is nice you may not you can park and you can kind of wander around has an old town feel to it which is great and you've got so many good things like the woods in you know i i have to tell you i have not been back to go in ville since since flooding. >>several years ago is covering that and and you'd be so nice to go and it's flooded out. >>absolutely and i think that that's important to know it's not flooding and the more you
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they need they they need us to cut is not to be afraid to go. right now if you're the type of person that doesn't have a social media. if you post a pretty shot and you show it you they're offering discounts a lot of them are just a lot of the restaurants hotels. just show them your phone and say hey look what i put up and you market with the hashtag better together and it's just kind of a way the neighborhood is joining for great idea at absolutely sent in by looking at the us state park. the day that you were there not a whole lot of folks and that was probably a crowd of day. it's it's one of those things and the little group well, the small group of kids they were actually in field to watch a show i just kind of happened to run into them in the dose that was nice enough to let me tag along one of those and and the nice part about our storm woods as well. do you want a nice leisurely stroll you can do that do you want a hike where you're going to break a can we do that we've got that too so it's a good thing and it's a great day trip. if you have time to spend the night otto camp is a fantastic property there. if you've
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never been it's all air streams and luxury kind of platform and that it it's fun, it's a style to catch how do you beat it. yeah exactly and 1 of the great things about about the auto camps as well. >>is that they do offer wife, i said you aren't completely refer you and to tell you when you talk about auto camp, the air you know the these are posh and humid let's be very let's be very honest about the air streams you know they have a refrigerator, they have a kitchen, they have a spa like bathroom. why 5 yet you know you know the best thing for your marshmallows for your graham crackers top mix. moore's have a glass of wine have a nice dinner in town, great weight and enjoys the day absolutely under don't think you so much we'll be ri the 12 year-old
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michigan boy is doing something about the potholes on his street and he's not waiting on officials to fix the problem. >>instead he's taking care of the issue himself with a shovel and some dirt. jordan meyer has the story. >>if he has yet to win. was with 2 more years separate 12 year-old monte scott from a driver's license to richard for church fire though she stars show ate but in michigan, you don't need to be driving age to be fed up. >>50 here in aden half a look see you look was potholes snowfields. >>monti didn't have time to waste our pretty hard i enjoy
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doing what i do and i think he sees it and so it kind rubs off on him when his mom's tire fell victim to this crater at the end of his muskegon heights street so i've to study actually fixing the road himself. >>the sea he saw problem he thought he can fix it by filling in the potholes with that or a crew came through and finish the job monte started. >>he been a name but stay low. >>topping off most of the potholes used to be a good story but with anything like that. and i want to know he says you can't fix the problem by filling and he's just like the reese just had a whole should have used term my cause more but it last longer. >>monti hopes whatever the solution. >>i think it zeidan it happens sooner than his 16th birthday street. >>as julie done my reporting monday story received some attention from mission as michigan's governor and she schedule some time to meet with them. well let's take a
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look at the scene last night after texas tech won its semifinal game is how now headed to the men's nc double a championship game fans pouring out on to the streets of lubbock texas setting couches on fire bonfires flipping cars over and a whole lot more riot police were called in they had to use tear gas to break it all up the city of lubbock releasing a statement ca cavaliers monday night in the title match. and happening today, southwest airlines expanding its service to hawaii from the bay area, the airline will launch a direct flight from oakland to maui the first flights expected to land in maui at 2 o'clock this afternoon southwest, first return flight from maui to oakland takes place tomorrow afternoon. next month southwest will be launching service between san jose and maui southwest began flights from oakland to honolulu just last month.
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>>the one thing slices direct flight can we know a boat waiting for is ever going to aircraft carriers something ok so basically we're talking about skies improving they've already done so a lot. so it's a little slow goin taking care of her on the immediate bowl of the bay that's where that low level moisture tries to hover a little bit as to mix in with some drier air both aloft in so it'll take a little while to do that. but that's the general trend that we have we do have another wrinkle coming our way that will be tomorrow afternoon evening overnight into tuesday. so expect select roads may be driving home tomorrow night. and into work tuesday morning when wipers going the lights on remember that you're so little slick roads with all of that temperatures hold the 60's even though we're dry in quite a bit of already because we don't have the sun to the high giving us a little bit extra boost of those temperatures so you were not going to see in the heats you know, sometimes it's not unusual for us to see sometimes a lot 80's popping up here. oh yeah, but no what
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at this we right now ac right now so that's good news there at some point all right well, thank you day that's going to wrap things up for us live. thank for joining us this sunday morning. >>don't on for news tonight at 8.10 we will see you again next week and and the. >>always on conduct coming in on 4. lowe's knows you're a diyer who does spring right.
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