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more outrage tonight over this attack in san francisco earlier this week. this is video that captured a woman struggling to get away from a man outside her condo building on beale street near the embarcadero now the accused attacker must wear a gps ankle monitoring system. thanks for joining us. it and i'm ken why and i'm pam
moore, the man you just heard from says that he is also a victim of a similar violent attack. >>we will share his story in just a moment, but first back to sunday's attack along beale street suspected attacker 25 year-old austin benson who you see here was back in court today and also today judge christine van aken ordered him to wear an ankle monitor she's the same judge who released him after his first court appearance today she told the court that she had not seen the video of the attack at the time of instance first arraignment. a spokesperson for san francisco's district attorney's office also weighed in. see that video. she'll be. years or not generally played at arraignment, sometimes they are i think that. i you know what you draw your own conclusion.
>>while the victim says she's glad the suspect will now be tracked she remains frustrated with the justice system kron four's dan kerman talked with her again today. >>the da's office he told me we did everything we could to keep this man inside. >>but it turns out that was not entirely true. during a court hearing friday we learned despite having video of this attack. the district attorney's office never showed it to san francisco superior court judge christine van aken before she ruled tuesday to really suspect austin vincent with the sort of case management pending his next court appearance. the da's office says videos are rarely shown during an arraignment, it makes no sense for them to keep that. >>most important piece of evidence away from the judge that night when she was initially making judgments. >>penney's casar ian is the woman you see being assaulted in the video. even were she says is the fact that prosecutors assured her that the judge had seen the video.
>>and that's why i was so outraged that she saw that video and still let this man go and and he now it's a different question that why would they tell me that they y show that video to her. >>if there's one positive for casar ian. it's that the judge has now ruled the defendant austin vincent must be tracked with a gps ankle monitor. >>he's being monitored so we know where he is and he harming other or others or you know putting others andris that that makes me feel a lot better. yes, sorry and says she reached out to prosecutors friday afternoon and asked them why they told her but the judge and seen the video when she had not she says prosecutors told her they don't remember telling her that. in san francisco dan kerman kron 4 news. >>and now back to this man's story. he says he can relate to sunday's attack victim because he was targeted by a
homeless person to he says he was assaulted and harassed by a homeless man not once but twice last year kron four's gayle ong joins us live in san francisco with his story, gayle. ken and pam and this man was assaulted and harassed by the same homeless man he says and a similar incident at this recent attack where this suspect was arrested and released and is back out on the streets as we speak. >>i know for a fact that she is not safe when he's out. >>raymond sullivan is talking about this a san francisco wo getting attacked by a homeless man near the embarcadero sunday sullivan who is also a city resident knows all too well with this woman went through he says he was attacked by a homeless man and his union square neighborhood then later harassed in 2018 both incidents, the suspect was asking for money and i refuse. >>the 3 dot words and i fell onto the sidewalk as a road to get back up into new attempt to stop my head and i walked away from the wedding, what would have been dramatic
injury. >>sullivan says he was assaulted a harassed by the same man is in the booking. >>the police reports i think ones. >>who is apparently put in a facility then released the suspect sullivan months later to chase me into the walgreens. >>he wouldn't let me leave on yelling and they kill you you know all sorts of stuff. >>the suspect in this case was convicted on felony false imprisonment this recent attack is bringing back horrible memories. i felt immediately a sense of rage and just 4. >>that this judge allow this this guy dot com street. >>judge kristine danny can admit it she did not see the video of the attack before she ruled the suspect 25 year-old austin vincent to be released pending trial then say will be under supervision with the gps ankle monitor sullivan says mental health is the issue in both cases and helped doesn't take something drastic to make changes as if he and the courts are not going to happen till someone is stabbed or ot. >>killed stopped. it's unfortunate, but that's the truth.
>>feldman also says the attacker in his case not related to the recent attack by the embarcadero. harassed him a number of times after these incidents and even has come to his apartment building. he is just hoping there will be more push to mental health treatments. we're live in san francisco, gayle, ong kron 4 news. thank you gayle. >>happening tomorrow barge and again repairing tracks in the east bay and the work is expected to lead to a major delay repairs start tonight they last through monday morning but will be shutting down trains between waller creek lafayette and orinda crews replacing 50 year-old tracks and performing other upgrades. bart is bringing in a large crane for the construction job which will force caltrans to take away. 2 lanes on eastbound 24 near the bar station in lafayette. delays could take up to 40 minutes and if you're driving eastbound on highway 24. delays could be long as 30 minutes. a step outside it's been a hot couple of days, but
we have changed in the heirs to show you can bargain daryl tell you it's already cool outside at least in the city s of people who tell me that walked outside they said, yeah, i got a little chill in the air out there, but you know it's kind of nice to the beer you get to see waves they last for about 3 days. >>and then they start to go away and that's what we're seeing right now the fog and low clouds begin to move back on shore. the sea breezes kicked and even today. we saw a big change in the temperatures over the past 24 hours. 13 degrees cooler in oakland 11 degrees cooler in san francisco, 14 degrees cooler in the cooler temperatures more pronounced along the coastline and just inside the bay just like cooling in some of the valley's you can see more cooling over the weekend today again there was a scorcher 100 degrees in concord one oh one in livermore 95 degrees in san jose 98 and lael you saw inside the bay though these numbers begin to cool down the effects of the little bit of a sea breeze as high pressure starting to weaken just enough, but because that ridge a strong did not allow that cool air to work its way inland. that story will change over the weekend as see that surge of low clouds and fog and temperatures going to be much cooler as we head toward
tomorrow afternoon. outside right now we do have some patchy fog a movie in the bay already the temperatures still comfortable but remember yesterday at this time we're talking about some upper 80's, some parts of the bay area but now 72 degrees in livermore 70 degrees in san jose much more comfortable 50's out along the immediate coastline 62 in san mateo 77 one of the warm spots in concord 61 degrees and low 57 and timber on right now 62 degrees in the napa valley, low clouds and fog serve urging up from the south and that will be the case you see the fall kind of lingering here tonight and they kind of deepening somewhat over the next couple days as high pressure starts to weaken. we're going to see other bremer start to expand across the atmosphere and that means it's going loud to move further and further on shore to help cool down the temperatures in many of the valleys see the sea breeze also kicking in some of those winds up to 20 miles per hour in a byron 12 miles per hour right now the west in the san francisco 10 miles per hour. pacifica so a little bit of a sea breeze that will strengthen throughout the
weekend tonight, some patchy low clouds and some fog and returned the bay already inside the bay now and tomorrow, starting out some clouds early on the clearing but noticeably cooler temperatures by the afternoon and then on sunday we have got to make some fog and sunshine and some cooler temperatures. hey you know what size you get that sea breeze going and you don't have the spare the air days over the past few days but now things are changing it so we get a little wind telmex out some of those clues so should be a greater quality all around the bay area from the coast to many of the valleys and that would be the case as we head in towards sunday, too that big dome of high pressure that's going to kind of scoot out of the way for the next few days, but you know what it's not going to be gone forever. in fact, i'm i'm seeing some changes on the 10 a 10 may we start talk about temperatures near triple digits again so let's enjoy this. and i saw this little breath of fresh air because yeah we're going to going to get mark knew later, thank you. another big story. we're following tonight a south san francisco man is in jail tonight after police say he tried to kidnap a girl. >>was walking to school that crime happened yesterday morning just before 8
neighbors say they were a little shaken up saying police in their quiet community but glad the alleged kidnapper was arrested, however one person tells us this was all a misunderstanding kron four's dan thorn live for us tonight in south city and he joins us with more on actually what happened dance. well ken we spoke with some neighbors who tell us that nearby school kids walk through this stretch of road often and it was concerning to hear. >>that a little girl had bn grabbed by a stranger, but we spoke with one man who says the suspect is developmentally disabled and did not mean to harm this girls. south san francisco police arrest a man who they say tried to kidnap an 11 year-old girl while she was walking to school with a friend. >>police say the 37 year-old suspect christopher cole grab the girl on palm avenue thursday morning and put his hand over her mouth. officers later arrested cole after they say a good samaritan stepped in to help neighbor alan per
as woke up to the commotion. i was confused at i really didn't know is happening really don't see a lot of. >>police are on this wasn't until later that happened that afternoon and i heard a lot of >>perez says he was surprised to learn about an attempted kidnapping because many kids walk to and from nearby parkway heights, middle school perez is now going to be more cautious. >>we just all as a community need to be a little bit more regular, you know the the children you know they're walking to school. >>christopher cole was apparently being cared for at this assisted living home. according to the california department of social services, this is a 3 bed facility for adults, a man we spoke with who says he works at the home but refused to be on camera. also says this is a misunderstanding. cole is developmentally disabled and he was not trying to kidnap a little girl as for the good samaritan who confronted cole. he was apparently also working at this care center. cole was
later taken into custody at that care center. but how did cold get away from his care takers we tried reaching out to the manager who did not return our lls for comment. detectives say they are still investigating a motive behind this attempted kidnapping. >>meanwhile coal remains in the san mateo county jail, reporting live in south san francisco, dan thorn. kron 4 news. thank you dan. >>san francisco police are investigating a stabbing that happened in the lower haight officers say they responded to a call at 11 37 this morning on hayes street near webster police say they found a man stabbed in the face and the stomach he was transported to a hospital with non life threatening injuries. police do not have a suspect at this time. and take a look at this the us coast guard says these are 43 bales of marijuana. >>that's 1300 pounds of pot worth million. the guard found it near santa catalina island near los angeles at this time
investigators do not know where the drugs came from. well a journalism community is in mourning tonight for one of its own a beloved journalists in new orleans, louisiana was killed today in a plane crash investigators say nancy parker was covering a story in a stunt plane. >>when that plane went down killing her and the pilot. our grant lodes joins us now in the studio with this a relief sad story so said and this is a woman who when you hear from people in this community in new orleans really touched people not not in the way that. >>some journalists to but they they connected with her and her hot hair loss is really. hurting people tonight's obviously of the newsroom where she worked in the state of mourning the the the viewers who watch her and the local sheriff's office there is also grieving we'll get to that wvu is the station where she deliver the news for 23 years they posted an obituary for nancy parker on the
website there they remember her as a devoted wife, a mother as far as that plane crash. it's unclear. what went wrong. but agents with the f a a and the ntsb are on their way to the scene. >>they're in louisiana to start investigating local investigators say the crash happened in the field near a new orleans airport. authorities say the plane was about to land when it went down. >>about 3 o'clock this afternoon orleans parish 911 received the call the potential airplane crash smaller plane crash. off the soutend of lakefront airport we are in the 7300 block of jordan road. a small plane has crashed into a an open field. there's no damage to any anything on the ground or anyone on the ground. there are unfortunately 2 fatalities. >>new orleans mayor released a statement about parker's death tonight, it reads in part. she told it to us straight with a combination of professionalism intelligence warmth and grace. we may never experience again,
new orleans did not just lose a 5 time emmy-winning journalist. we're familiar comforting face on our tv screens. we lost a loving mother of 3 a beautiful human being and then in valuable member of our community. parker was 53 years old and the jefferson parish sheriff is extending his condolences tonight because the spokesperson for that sheriff's office as parker's husband. she leaves behind that has been as we mentioned 3 children get up and then and you know that journalism community is is a tight knit community and people all over the country are feeling this and we mentioned that the national association of black journalists has released a statement but also you think about all the stories that all of us go out and do. >>can you fly a plane there are stories you just never know and the pilot is now african-americans stunt pilot which is a rare breed in the aviation world so that's a loss certainly as well lot of
sorrow tonight all over the place all right, thank you grant, thank you. >>long lines and frustrated travelers at customs counters at airports cross country due to a computer system outage and that system is back online now. but the outage head customs officers at sfo manually processing travelers. kron four's michelle kingston tells us just how long those travelers had to wait. >>people were waiting to 2. they didn't have a new s pen passport to get through that line from aston so exhausting for these travelers, we'd already had such a long we'll see percent. i think 3 hours now what 2 and a half hours. >>frustrated passengers and tired friends and family members waiting to pick up international travelers making up 16 students and 3 chaperones visiting. >>the flight landed 1130.
>>people without us passports waited hours to get through customs at san francisco international airport due to a nationwide us customs and border protection computer system outage an official says there's no indication that the system was intentionally derailed it's unclear what may have caused the problem. >>it's all the way to the back. the hallway that leads back to the gates and those people are going to be in there a long time the headache started for travelers right as they landed at sfo, so we were we were sitting on the runway waiting for a gatto be opened. >>and then they brought the plane to the gate and we refused permission to disembark the line to get through customs, most so long some people tell us they had to sit on their planes and wait until there was room for them to get in line. >>and then. >>when we disembarked we got to the terminal and they said us citizens to last. and everyone else to the right. and the line of people. we
don't have us passports write about. a couple of 100 people in it. >>the outage affected travelers coming off of dozens of flights from places like new zealand, london koeppen aig in germany. in san francisco, michelle kingston kron 4 news. >>a similar situation at other major airports in the country today are looking at videos from new york's jfk airport on the left and dulles airport in virginia outside of washington dc on the right. travelers had to wait in lines for hours to get processed at those airports in national news concerns about shaking stock markets and gun violence taking over the 2020 campaign president trump weighed in on both of those issues last night at a state that he did not win in 2016. pamela brown reports from new hampshire. >>president trump with a notable possible gun reform
legislation following last week's deadly mass shootings in el paso in dayton. telling supporters in new hampshire he will focus on mental illness years ago, many cities and states i remember so well. >>close mental institutions for budgetary reasons. have to give major consideration to building new facilities for those in need we have to do it. >>well not bringing up expanded background checks an issue, many republicans object to but that trump's pledge to pass. >>frankly. is tv background checks and senior administration official telling cnn today that trump still supports expanding background checks. >>after hinting, they may not be necessary in an interview with cnn affiliate wmu are coming up with a plan if we can. >>remember this we have a little background checks
already trump didn't help the economy from the stage last night you have no the choice but to vote for me because your 4 o. >>well a booming economy is key to his 2020 reelection strategy and together we are making america wealthy again. >>privately the president is worrying over potential economic downturn, calling bank ceos this week for an assessment of the economy. one republican telling the washington post he's rattled. >>meanwhile, sources say the president has suggested. >>the us should buy the island of greenland from denmark on multiple occasions with the white house counsel's office looking into the possibility. the 80% ice covered island is home to a us military base important to america's national security defenses and while trump isn't the only president who has tried to purchase the island. harry truman offered 100 million in gold in 1946. the island's
government releasing a statement today saying quote greenland is not for sale. >>partial win for the trump administration concerning its asylum rule of federal appeals court will now allow asylum restrictions to take effect in texas and new mexico. but a previous injunction against the restrictions can remain for migrants claiming asylum in california and arizona. the ruling came from the 9th circuit court of appeals based in san francisco, which is often been a source of frustration for president trump. the court determined because california and arizona are both under its jurisdiction. migrants in those states can continue receive protection. >>and you are looking at the first blue thought it piping won at the san francisco zoo zoo officials say the chick hatched 10 days ago that she is the first of a species to be born at the zoo, so keepers have not decided on a name for the ticket. the parents are cooking and monster. the on the lookouts. why north bay
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that's over $9,750 on this silverado. find new roads at your local chevy dealer. >>the homeless in the bay area do not just live on streets, dozens of them live on boats more doubt in richardson bank the city of sausalito is working to launch a pilot program to try to bring them into what they call safe harbor kron four's maureen kelly looks into why this program is necessary. >>well there is an individual who resides on that boat any
time you're we've a boat on the water for a long period of time without continued maintenance it is going to deteriorate captain bill frost was sausalito pd is taking me out on a ride along. >>to show me the efforts they've made in helping clear out much of the dilapidated boats off their shores. they used to be 77 votes more in their waters now they're down to 18. but there are at least 200 more boats just outside their jurisdiction in richardson bay with around a 100 people believed to be living in all sorts of conditions. part of the concern is the unsafe way they're ord and those mornings are believed to be killing off isla grass in the water, those anchor outs destroy ill grass the eelgrass feeds the herring the herring feed migratory birds migrating from. >>the west coast from the north to the south and so this is really a much bigger issue than just sausalito. >>in order to coax the population living on these boats called anchor outs. the
city of sausalito is launching what's called the safe harbor program they've convinced local marinas to free up slip space for 8 votes. i'm like people who live on the streets. >>people who are homeless or near homeless who live on boats don't want land based housing because they would have to give up their boat. so we needed to come up with a solution to allow them to keep their boat and yet not be endangered out in the bay in the wind in the currents in the storms during the winter. >>those selected will be teamed up with social services to help them back on their feet and they'll get their slip fees paid for 6 months while the city helps them get a more permanent situation. >>so we are working with the federal government to see if they're eligible for head section 8 vouchers use towards a permanent little bored slip. >>i like it on the water, but a day can be wrong. >>jerry cancel has been living on and off votes for the last 25 years and says he would welcome a more protected place to call home and it's that.
>>really rough out there people can get in and they're good. so it's it's much better to have access. you know what closer to. >>the city of sausalito is hoping to have the first of their anchor out moving into safe harbor within the next 2 months. maureen kelly kron 4 news. >>pject to build 72 new affordable apartments in fairfield is getting a major financial boost. the 1700 santa monica housing development received million from the state's no place like home program, half of the units will be reserved for people suffering froc homelessness or serious mental illness. the other units will be available for families and individuals earning 20 to 60% of the area median income. >>happening now the layoff police say they need the public's help finding this man. he is suspected of contacting underage girls.
police say the man may be inappropriately contacting 3 girls between the ages of 8.14 years old in 2 incidents, the girls guardians say they chased at after the suspect. authorities say he is about 170 pounds 5 feet 10 inches tall, he has dark brown eyes, a mole on the right side of his nose and a tattoo on his right shoulder. he was last seen driving white or silver dodge or chrysler minivan with a black rack top police believe there are additional victims as well anyone with information is asked to contact police. >>in new york city police are looking for a man who left 3 packages downtown this morning triggering a large police response and shutting down the nation's busiest subway system. police identified the devices 3 empty rice cookers are now looking for the man captured by video right here, leaving 2 of those packages near a subway station. currently there are not calling him a suspect. >>were you the video at the
scene it places the pressure >>on the upper level and then on the lower level. >>there's a person of interest obviously we like this make this present. >>this scare comes almost 3 years after a similar scare, one pressure cooker bombs injured at least 30 people in a new york city neighborhood officials have ruled that scare an act of terror. york city's transit authority is now reminding everyone of the slogan, see something say something. >>we are learning more now about the death of accuse child-sex abuse or and trafficker jeffrey epstein, nearly a week after the well connected financier was found dead in his jail cell. investigators are shedding more light on his final moments, andy rose has details. >>jeffrey epstein's cause of death suicide by hanging. that's according to autopsy results released friday by the new york medical examiner's office the report comes nearly a week after epstein was found
dead in his manhattan jail cell. the multimillionaire hedge fund manager was in jail awaiting trial on federal charges. prosecutors accused epstein of operating a sex-trafficking ring involving dozens of underage girls, he had pleaded not guilty to the charges. investigators are still piecing together what led to his death. initial reports on the autopsy reveal investigators were looking into broken bones in epstein's neck. injuries forensic experts say could happen when a person hangs himself or dies by strangulation sources familiar with prison procedures say 2 guards assigned to monitor epstein were supposed to check on him every half hour. but on the night of his suicide initial reports indicate they failed to check on him for several hours. officials said investigators are still trying to pin down what they were doing during the gap. both the fbi and the justice department's inspector general are investigating the circumstances surrounding epstein's death. andy rose kron 4 news.
>>a california jury will decide whether or not pacific gas and electric equipment started a deadly wildfire in sonoma county 2 years ago the tubbs fire killed 22 people and destroyed more than 5,000 homes around santa rosa. state fire investigators previously determined that the fire was aused by a private electrical system. victims of the fire disagreed and demanded the jury trial if the jury decides the genie is responsible that company could face a far more costly exit from bankruptcy. >>meantime pga knee is back in charge of its multi-billion dollar bankruptcy process today, a judge denied requests by to creditor groups to file their own chapter 11 exit plan. the dna file for bankruptcy back in january after it said it could not afford an estimated $30 billion in liabilities from wildfires that is own equipment did start in 2017 in 2018. the judge ruled that although the biz were tempting opening the door for competing
restructuring plans would lead to an expensive and lengthy process that would not benefit the wildfire victims. the utility company has until september the 26 mile to submit its reorganization plan. >>all right turning now to the weather the weekend is upon us and some of us might have some big team and even those who don't i have speaking let's let's get it going to look like a really nice weekend too after all the heat finally get that fog back lou this from a east bay hills above berkeley see low cloud deck moving on shore right now little thick in spots it will take a little while for the marine air to work its way all the way to the interior valleys over the weekend. it will. >>and that is going to bring now the temperatures we still have some more spots this evening, 77 degrees right now in concord just 82. in antioch 72 degrees in livermore all these numbers running much cooler. they were this time last night remember yesterday we were in the upper 80's in some spots in them but you're starting to see the effects now more that breeze working its way inside the bay and that cooler air starting to settle in. so yeah we've got
some big changes coming our way but we also a little more heat to worry about in the tenet and so here's your long range forecast, low clouds and fog want to gather along the coastline and here we go throughout the weekend. we'll see more of that fog developing near the coastline. that's going up to cool things down around the bay area. then things begin to change a little bit as we head into this next week lou this frontal system making its way up the pacific northwest could bring some rain drops in their direction late tuesday and into wednesday, you have to seattle he headed to portland maybe vancouver. yeah, there's a chance of some rain but this is all going to fall apart. high pressure building across california coming right on the desert southwest once again and building in across the bay area kind of shredding that system as it moves on through and moving overhead so we could be talking about some hot temperatures models are kind of iffy a long-range with the system but here we go over the weekend though we're looking good cooler temperatures throughout the bay area probably below average on sunday. then we start to warm things up on wednesday and thursday and then look at the temperatures that's right as we head toward next weekend. there's a chance we could be talking about more triple digit heat. thank you.
lawrence firefighters are working to contain a grass fire near the central coast. investigators say a pickup truck. >>driving northbound on highway one oh one near a task and arrow in san luis obispo county. one part of the engine broke off and sparked a fire in the center divider of highway one oh one the fire then spread to both sides of the freeway. cal fire says the fire burned about 45 acres in albany, new york a fast-moving storm caused a transformer to blow right outside of television station there. >>there were multiple power outages in the area fire slowly spread across the lawn to the news station sign. the station reports that just before 6 there were strong winds heavy rain and thunder happening tomorrow power. >>outages are planned for treasure island and blunt island. they will happen between 04:05am, tomorrow morning. and between midnight and 01:00am on sunday. it's happening so the port of oakland can perform maintenance in the area that supplies power to both
islands. the island's we use generators but transitioning from the power grid to the generators requires to one hour interruptions california is suing the trump administration over a new controversial immigration rule, our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains. >>they don't like immigrants. you don't like a myth or documented document. >>a son of immigrants, california attorney general have your best digging into the trump administration's latest immigration policy the state sued the administration friday over the public charge rule the policy would block green cards for many immigrants who use public assistance like medicaid food stamps, and housing vouchers this it argues the rule creates unnecessary new obstacles for hardworking immigrants who want to legally live in the united states this trump rule weaponize its nutrition health care and housing. ticking time bomb more than a dozen other states
have filed similar lawsuits this marking california's 3rd lawsuit filed against the federal government just this week i never thought however i would start my week defending bald eagle. and my week defending the statute of liberty federal officials haven't commented on california's lawsuit specifically but us immigration officials have said they want self-sufficient people coming into this country. >>reporting in sacramento, ashley zavala kron 4 news. >>hollywood is remembering a member of moviemaking royalty, a wreath stands on peter fonda star on the hollywood walk of fame. the easy rider actor passed away at his los angeles home this morning. a statement from his family says fonda died of respiratory failure due to lung cancer. family members were by his side at the time of his death on a gained fame with that 1969 hit film easy rider you not only starred in the movie also helped write and produce it. peter fonda was 79 years old. treasure that was considered
possible closure tonight for georgia parents whose son drowned 2 years ago as mike pence and reports a good samaritan found something that family have been looking for all this time. >>this is video richard raglan in 2017 enjoying life and a trip to tennessee with friends. pay dance. >>the sandy springs man drowned later this afternoon >>yes. after richard's death parents, robin and gary mclear say they needed answers. >>they hope they find them in
gopro videos their son took that day. but the camera he had was missing. then last week size out diving and scuba diving looking around for lost treasure. >>i hear a youtuber named rich aloha went diving at foster falls. >>came across richards camera. i strongly believe that god led me to this gopro aloha says park rangers had told him about redlands drowning so 5 find anything that was from 2017 of an african american male that it might happen to been that guy has gone through this legends sure enough and i just said oh my god, this is the kind so aloha says he googled the story. >>track down richard's family and personally return the camera to them that the car was. >>the experience, i'm glad that i found it personally just because i was trying to.
>>do what's right and get the item back to the rightful owner had go through tune in 3 starter tilly got in touch with >>to finnerty making it easy to access all your favorite entertainment at home. >>bay area baseball teams are really in some matches tonight with the mojo was a bat, you know i. >>i know they call this time of year the dog days but the baseball we are watching feels like playoff series. it is and this is dramatic. it is something else now starting with the giants bruce bocce club trying to leapfrog a snake steam. that's right there with them in the wild card standings in tonight's game was a circus in arizona just a march on the mound. for the giants shark with 5 and a 3rd pick it up in the 7th giants leading for 2. mike just ran ski. sends this one
to left center field. yes trends keys. second homer of the game his first career outing with a pair of jacksons giants of a 7 to lead cruising along however, bottom of the 8th zona made its run giants winning 7 for big sponsor, adam jones drills it deep to left center. >>no doubter d'backs right back in it. they put up a 5 spot in the inning all knotted at 7 in extras top of the 10th one on for kevin paul r c r flex it. 2 run shot giants of 79. second home run in the night to the last of the 10th. the diamondbacks just won't go away will smith already allowed a home run and then how about one more nick ahmed connecting for a 20 plus feedback. here we are again all knotted up at 9 and the 11th young as trying to end this night for good puts a charge into one's straight to center all run at number 3 on the night of the first giant to do that. since jarrett
parker in 2015. that is his 3rd home run just amazing ted 9 giants, the giants would hang on to win. that would be your final game 3 of this four-game set is tomorrow to the coliseum we go last night tadium record 10 total home runs but justin verlander was going to let that happen again houston's ace was dealing in the 5th freezes chris davis one of her lenders 11 punch outs. but on the very next batter his first mistake. mark hanna hi drive to left for a lender knew it as soon as it hit the bat home run number 18 for canada. he's e-mail to the 6 astro's not at one and then with runners on the corners yuli gurriel else opposite field base hit to right center. iran comes in korea loud. trying to lay out a double nonetheless houston would go up to one bottom half of the frame same score. marcus semien at the dish. the
former cal star game tied at 2 in the game is still in progress currently in the 12th. what a night down to the nfl, the 49 ers get to mix up the scenery of training camp spending the weekend in denver the niners in the mile high city working now with the broncos in advance of their monday night pre season meeting. >>many connections between the 2 squads kyle shanahan, the son of former longtime broncos head coach mike shanahan and denver's current man crg vic fangio used to be the 40 niners d c and in regard to the football news of the day, another strong day for the defense and jimmy garoppolo much improved after that horrendous 5 interception practice earlier this week. >>yeah that day and the years we've seen couple said they austria's pretty ticked off that the defense got to bust a move that they saw no was at bells back and forth spend it for us good for them and you know so you know he did a better football team but you know it's it's a competition, you is kind of like a good. another game this ruined. it was being able to go against
another so you guys all the time this deafening nice change-up and you know everybody it's on wednesday. >>again 40 niners broncos monday night but how about those baseball it's amazing safety is key hang on. but that's that's something else here is playoff atmosphere. really does feel that way it ended august were feeling and we're watching playoff games love it. check in on our weekend. >>and whether looking good cool down that you making council there lot of happening in the bay area this weekend. a little taste of hawaiian little levy of food and culture. how about a little
the event is for all ages and it runs through sunday afternoon and check out this home in ardmore oklahoma it pays to the beloved 80's sitcom show golden girls and the 3 of the show's characters rose blanche and sofia the 3 bedroom home is up for rent through air. bnb the homeowner says there really have been a steady stream of gas over the past year, but it's recently gained a lot of exposure with national publications. she's going to carry out the news there but we're going to talk about your fun things expected this how about this if you want to go to this one this one in fremont the festival of india very colorful event. >>a lot of people go to this this a full weekend of ample saturday and sunday, a 150,000 people expected to come by and enjoy a fine dancing culture and of course a great indian food about this one too in burlingame should be a great time to get out there. the burning game festival. have
live bands both days and of course burlingame just a beautiful beautiful city there if you go there temperatures going to be much more comfortable in the mid 60's and mostly sunny skies. the aloha polly festival that is going to take place in san francisco tomorrow at 11:00am partly cloudy skies will be a little bit cool and that wind will be picking up in the afternoon plan on temperatures there in the low 60's. and why not this one how about movies in creek park. that's going to be in san anselmo you can actually go out there and check out a movie in the park at 7 o'clock tomorrow night bring a jacket that sea breeze will be blowing and temperatures cooling down i understand they're playing the wizard of oz tomorrow in san anselmo hey you know what around the bay area tomorrow, waking up some patchy fog early knows those cooler temperatures around the bay area and said a triple digit we're dealing with a tease into the afternoon. so. yeah, it really kind of a breath of fresh air the fog low clouds return to the bay area air temperatures cooling down not going to last forever though we're going to see these temperatures dropping through the weekend and then looks like the heat things back up on wednesday and thursday, maybe triple digits again.
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