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>> marty: news weekend. taking a live look outside at the embarcadero this morning. a dry weekend after a wet friday. good morning i'm marty gonzalez. let's get things started with a look at the forecast with meteorologist dave spahr. >> dave: the rain got rid of all of that from friday we did the rain but we did a we had to do with what a cool breeze. a starts things off with the sfo
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the spiderwebs to holding together that's a tenacious one. tempters '40's and '50's in the north bay middle or 40's in spots. here's how breaks down for the giants game 6 05 game time 61 down to 55 when have scattered clouds to deal with crazy all with the sun still with us for our or to then as it sets of 15 and 20 mi. per hour for wins with the chilly breeze and particularly after sunset. the bichirs upper 60s for oakland. edmund we call it a
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few clouds and breezy as it into the evening hours in the areas might see '70s. >> marty:breaking news out of the north bay. a 14-year-old led police on a dangerous high speed chase this morning. it ended in a crash in rohnert park. but the teen driver got away. around 1:40 this morning an officer was patroling near seed farm drive. when a car ran a stop sign. the officer tried to pull over the car but it took off. investigators say the car hit speeds of 90 miles per hour. it crashed near southwest and commerce boulevards. hitting a road sign. two passengers were detained at the scene. the teen driver ran away. kron4's averi harper is on the way to the scene to see what she can find out. >> marty:investigators revealing
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new information about the death of music icon -- prince. but -- there are still a lot of unanswered questions about what exactly happened to him. staff members at his minnestota recording studio found his body on thursday. yesterday an autopsy was done. reporter chris welch has more on the events leading up to prince's death. on stage -- prince shined. >> reporter: but the performer notoriously kept to himself. in the end -- the private prince died alone. : "in life, he was a very private person. we're going to continue to respect his privacy and his dignity." the medical examiner has conducted an autopsy -- as investigators work to figure out what happened and why. : "we are going to leave no stone unturned." in the weeks leading up to his death -- the flu was blamed for
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postponed concerts -- an emergency plane landing and a visit to the hospital. but in between those events -- prince hosted a party -- performed and attended a concert. wednesday night -- at 8 pm -- was the last time anyone saw prince alive. his body was found thursday morning slumped in an elevator. : " there were no obvious signs of trauma on the body at all." if prince knew death was imminent -- he most likely did not want us to know. : "to you, prince rogers nelson was a celebrity. to us, he's a community member and a good neighbor. to his family, he's a loved one." anprince fans in the bay area paid tribute to the iconic
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legend last night. the rock steady club' in oakland held a party in his honor. fans packed the venue to listen to prince songs. happening today: a massive sinkhole is expected to be filled in -- and roads reopened -- in san francisco. >> marty:the sinkhole opened up on sacramento between lyon and baker streets thursday. this is video --- it happened after a large sewer line broke beneath the street. they do not know why the pipe broke. but officials say it is over one hundred years old. happening now: we are still waiting to find out why one bart's *new multimillion dollar train car crashed during a test. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. the train ran off the tracks into a pile of dirt yesterday. kron4's charles clifford has what we know so far. >> reporter:just before 2pm friday, one of bart's brand new train cars overshot the end of a section of test track in hayward by several feet and crashed into a dirt pile. this is video of the accident from our helicopter partnership with abc 7. the accident apparently occurred while bart train operators were being familiarized with the new train system and the new train cars. it's unknown if the accident was the result of human error or some type of mechinal
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problem. bart says that at the time of the accident the train was only travelling between 5 and 10 miles per hour and that no one was injured. it's unclear exactly how many people were on board at the time or if the train suffered any damage. after the accident the car was still partially on the tracks and maintenance crews were able to pull it off the dirt pile. each of bart's new train cars costs about 2 million dollars. the first one was delivered earlier this month. bart hopes to have ten of the new cars in service by the end of the year and 775 of the the new trains up and running within 5 years. a warning if you plan on taking bart today in the east bay. the tracks are closed this weekend between the bayfair and san leandro stations. a bus is available -- but bart says expect 30 to 60 minute delays if you use it.
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this is just one of several weekend closures planned in the next month. it's so bart can preform maintenance. breaking news: north korea has fired what appears to be a ballistic missile off a submarine. this is just the latest artillery to be fired -- in an apparent protest against ongoing military drills between the u-s and south norea. the north has also been facing tougher sanctions after it tested a nuclear weapon back in january.
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>> marty: where health the table in the medical findings released this week the san francisco apartment for a so the buyer. currently are trying symptoms being monitored closely note known treatment for the virus and is still insists there's no risk to the general public the first case of a zeka in february. . close >> marty: and make sure could help women live longer.
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there's a link between the amount of vegetation around homes and significantly lower death rates. this city for more than 1000 women over a year. comparing the number of deaths and the group by satellite imagery. five states will vote on tuesday explain how foreigners are hoping to wrap up the nomination asap. and for the week and one k read fitness challenge enjoy a free outdoor of movement. from 12 the 1030 today as free to attend. ha
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of movement. from 12 the 1030 today as free to attend. ha
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friday's rain dropped about half an inch in many parts of the bay area yesterday. but the storm also brought spring snow to the sierra. that surprised a lot of drivers on the mountain passes. ha >> dave: today there will be a lot of sun and the bears can enjoy it. all i've looked at the golden gate bridge what we have going on as a consistent breeze eller chile even though a lot of sunshine and that will be with us all day for today and that's
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how we will starts things off for you live look at the golden gate and then hot temperatures come out we shake down with the upper '40's to be found in north bay as you notice vallejo 43 at this hour. in the south bay we see fifties. a of clear skies and breezed as act as a climate control. this is the other system mentioned that will bring some more moms knows tomorrow night and into monday will get breezy continuous cooler air with all that. assists at
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scattered clouds and the models are noting maybe in some valleys a weapon the north bay. tomorrow looks good as well lots of sunshine. temperature rise with a warm-up and '60s. tonight we get less wins. taros warm-up inland valleys up to the '70s. done in the south will be in the '60s and '70s. at the east bay area upper 60s right now with onshore winds left over
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from the previous system. the area of lower '70s and the south bay were kind of cells. we of showers toward the end of the week but we do not see a big warmup still pretty cool all week inland highs will try to stretch to reach near 70 >> marty: arthur korea has fired ballistic missile from submarine this artillery and the latest protest against ongoing military drills between u.s. south korea also facing tougher sanctions after a test of and if the other weapon back in january and blotches' particularly alarming missiles fired from submarines more difficult to to detect more than land-based missiles. >> marty: baptist minister arrested a foot of the suspect
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fernando used to work at oral baptist church in martinez and then people had to the rebel is
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to 10. to minnesota taking why look outside studio where his was found thursday be re back. it's happening at the little
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the king >> gary: is tied it and then in the third. the sharks took over everything went their way moments later a joke the belsky the team captain will turn on the red light here. they're shaking hands only this year as the sharks victory on to around 26 to three your file tonight. barry bonds as the hitting coach. and he said all make a big deal out of it but given ice from applause before the game and here comes the belt for one young offensive show that the giants needed if he
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worked seven innings there trance with a wind. it won three in seattle. a's up for nothing.
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"i hope we get more accomplished later throughout the season" >> marty: marina green from 11:00 to 2:00 the event is free to attend.
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welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. taking a live look outside at the embarcadero this morning. a dry weekend after a wet friday. meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at your forecast. >> dave: nutshell going on here.
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cleve wants to come waterway no compliance minimize the breeze at work of the low clouds of the horizon we see them coming go throughout the day today and temperatures may have so far chile and the far east bay authorities we see in the far east bay premier john expected after storm system of three like this yesterday and another system coming upstream as well that will reinforce so we have this is the guy right there and that will be a player all little bit tomorrow not just some scattered clouds but more mountains now into monday but of precipitation for us and tobago. and then make quick note of the winds in see the wind speeds there in the teens and brawley reaching some lower '20s by 3:00 and then game time tonight you
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can see this downtown san francisco at that point double digits at such a feature overnight into your sunday morning and at 6 05 game time scattered clouds temperature 61 mid-50s by the end of the game and a cool breeze but could pick up at 20 locally on that. here's how it shakes down 70 by 2:69 for dropping down to 61 already buy eight and the planning forecast at noontime scattered clouds temperatures near around 70 for some inland valleys moret time is up for you and a bit. >> marty:happening right now, a
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manhunt is underway in ohio for the person or people responsible for shooting and killing 8 people friday morning. this is video from the scene in southern, ohio. police still don't know how many shooters were involved in the execution style murders. police say that all of the victims are from the same family and include a 16-year-old boy and a mother who was shot while sleeping with her infant child. evan anderson reports that surviving members of the family may still be at risk. that was evan anderson reporting for us. >> reporter:
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>> marty:police say the 4-day old baby and two other small children who were in the house were not injured. so far police say they have interviewed more than 30 people as part of the investigation. more controversy involving u-c berkeley.
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a rowing coach is under fire for reportedly failing to report the alleged sexual assault of a female athlete. details haven't been released, but there are reports that the student told her coach, mike teti, that she was assaulted by another member of the crew team. she claims the coach didn't report it immediately which is a violation of school policy. the university says it's hiring an outside party to investigate. coach mike teti reached out to kron 4 saying quote the allegations are false. i am confident the investigation will prove they have no merit." police in san mateo are searching for a man suspected of burglarizing a home. it happened along eaton road near virginia avenue. the homeowner heard noises from inside his house and left his bedroom to confront the suspect. this is surveillance video of the suspect. who ran out of the house.the homeowner chased him but he got away. police say the suspect took off with some jewelry. he is described as a latino wearing a baseball hat, light- colored jacket and jeans. investigators are looking to see
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if this burglary is related to two others in the area. it's a race to the finish line in the 2016 presidential race. both front-runners donald trump and hillary clinton are hoping to secure their respective nominations. kron 4's national correspondent mark meredith has a look at how the candidates are working to gather support ahead of five primaries next week. >> reporter: 5 remaining presidential candidate's spending a lot time on the road trying to get as many cities as possible voters in five states will head the polls on tuesday there is a lot on specially when it comes to delegates. both hillary and donald campaigns are pitching a plan one nomination. it's all about the math delegate wise hillary has 1930 delegates 450
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away from getting the nomination for mom bernie at 1189 impassive victory is next to impossible. donald is campaigning in connecticut most political will be watching and other states pennsylvania they were less than a quarter overall winner and leave the rest of the air. it decide later after the convention. >> marty:still ahead. more than a million cars being recalled this morning. are affected and what you can do to get it fixed live look outside. san mateo bridge.
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in cupertino. enjoy food and entertainment with traditional exhibitions of japanese culture. it's happening at memorial park from 10:00 to 5:00. the event is free to attend.
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fiat-chrysler is recalling more than one-million vehicles. it's because of faulty gear shifters. the recall covers the 20-12 through 20-14 dodge charger and chrysler 300 sedans. it also includes the jeep grand cherokee s-u-v years 20-14 and 20-15. an investigation found that gear shifters were leading drivers to mistakenly assume they were safely in park. all owners are being notified and are encouraged to bring their car into the dealer. take a look at this. president obama's trip to
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england wasn't all business. the duke and duchess of cambridge treated the obama's to dinner friday night at their home in kensington palace. as you can see here, young prince george was allowed to stay up past his bedtime to greet the president and first lady. dressed in his tiny bathrobe and playing on his rocking horse-- the young royal spent about 15 minutes visiting with the grown-ups. you may remember, the obamas gave the rocking horse to george as a present when he was born two years ago. live look outside. san francisco embarcadero. for the weekend: it's the earth day festival and street fair in san francisco. enjoy a eco fashion show, music, and performances. it's happening on 22nd street from 10:00 to 7:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> dave: of the biscuit basic story everywhere 40's and 50's or '40's pleasanton close checking 47 on the north bay middle upper 40's here in the 51 daily city at this hour. 46 san jose at this hour and we see scattered clouds little bit smaller as well the next system is see right there. and let you
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know what's going on for today just a few scattered showers but an hour. and then weigh up to the north bay running around wine country but which are going on perhaps in many see as scattered cloud struck the afternoon hours and then to are you can see face-to-face guys opening upper noting a few scattered clouds by this point a system might just mention producing a few showers of the central valley and house debitors shakeout receive a warm up happening. chile bought
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hamilton and then forecast ties at the coast. and further to the south this is where all or '70s pop out. the hard to get up just a week long. >> marty:three new films hitting theaters this weekend. we'll take a look at which movies could battle it out for the top spot at this weekend's box office. live look outside. san francisco international airport. >> reporter: this fight started with your student group. "part of a group called fear
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voiced started at my local high school and it started learning about human rights and how they were reflected." it is >> marty: really going to affect the air quality in the neighborhood? "yes it is permitted to total 40 lbs. every year 1,000 lbs. of lead we know from the crisis how detrimental life committee, from lead.
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"people are fighting a lot of the injustices and seeing all of that are part of the same system. if there ever truly is going to be changed after change the status quo.
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"at a cousin it took me there. also all the landscape that was around. "in the area a confined pr and
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construction besides removing all so involved or the area and one of them that runs to the corridor. >> marty: convince them to the importance of crete maintaining this "in 1999 attending the first public hearing. and then
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the biggest new movie this weekend figures to be no match for the most popular film from last weekend. david daniel has a preview. "mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" apparently, it's not "the huntsman: winter's war." box office watchers are saying the "snow white" prequel has no chance to top the box office in its opening weekend. charlize theron, emily blunt, chris hemsworth and jessica chastain star in the action fairy tale, which is getting poor reviews, and tracking to debut with around 25-million dollars. half what "the jungle book" is expected to make in its second weekend. "well, he's one of the most famous men on the planet. loves guns, hates the beatles." "the beatles? well, i don't like them."
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two small movies with big names launch in limited release this weekend. michael shannon and kevin spacey play "elvis and nixon," in a satirical look at what might have led up to that famous photo. and tom hanks is a failed businessman trying to sell new tech to saudi royalty in "a hologram for the king." we'll see if either sells enough tickets to warrant a wider release. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. big news we are following this morning. friends of a murdered best-buy employee say they won't give up on finding her missing daughter. san francisco police are desperate for leads. this week police heald a press conference saying they have received thirty-thousand pieces of information in this casebut nothing has led them to arianna fitts. kron 4's kate cagle tells us about the local effort to find this little girl.
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>> marty: a dry weekend after that friday good morning >> dave: remain cool left with that post range fill the will be with us and also tomorrow reenforcing upstream a live look
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at what the creek and inland temperatures sluggish two. then the tears hanging and then dropping down 55 couple that at 15 to 20 upper 60s look-alike oakland with the persistent
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onshore winds. and then most locations will be looking at middle 60s near about 74 by 4:00 or details it ended in a crash in rohnert park. but the teen driver got >> averi: this saw him run through the stop sign and it didn't stop work at or all this happened. on southwest boulevard seed farms drive they tried to
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stop you kept going and got up to 90 mi. an hour and it at commerce southwest boulevard crashing into roadside ambushes get this one police finally able to approach the vehicle and they took the car without permission. . >> marty:investigators revealing new information about the death of music icon -- prince. but -- there are still a lot of unanswered questions about what exactly happened to him. staff members at his minnestota recording studio found his body on thursday. yesterday an autopsy was done. reporter chris welch has more on the events leading up to prince's death. on stage -- prince shined. but the performer notoriously kept to himself. in the end -- the private
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prince died alone. : "in life, he was a very private person. we're going to continue to respect his privacy and his dignity." the medical examiner has conducted an autopsy -- as investigators work to figure out what happened and why. : "we are going to leave no stone unturned." in the weeks leading up to his death -- the flu was blamed for postponed concerts -- an emergency plane landing and a visit to the hospital. but in between those events -- prince hosted a party -- performed and attended a concert. wednesday night -- at 8 pm -- was the last time anyone saw prince alive. his body was found thursday morning slumped in an elevator. : " there were no obvious signs of trauma on the body at all." if prince knew death was imminent -- he most likely did not want us to know. : "to you, prince rogers nelson was a celebrity. to us, he's a community member and a good
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neighbor. to his family, he's a loved one." and prince fans in the bay area paid tribute to the iconic legend last night. the rock steady club' in oakland held a party in his honor. fans packed the venue to listen to prince songs. happening today: a massive sinkhole is expected to be filled in -- and roads reopened -- in san francisco. the sinkhole opened up on sacramento between lyon and baker streets thursday. this is video --- it happened after a large sewer line broke beneath the street. they do not know why the pipe broke. but officials say it is over one hundred years old. happening now: we are still waiting to find out why one bart's *new multimillion dollar train car crashed during a test. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news.
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the train ran off the tracks into a pile of dirt yesterday. kron4's charles clifford has what we know so far. >> reporter:just before 2pm friday, one of bart's brand new train cars overshot the end of a section of test track in hayward by several feet and crashed into a dirt pile. this is video of the accident from our helicopter partnership with abc 7. the accident apparently occurred while bart train operators were being familiarized with the new train system and the new train cars. it's unknown if the accident was the result of human error or some type of mechinal problem. bart says that at the time of the accident the train was only travelling between 5 and 10 miles per hour and that no one was injured. it's unclear exactly how many people were on board at the time or if the train suffered any damage. after the accident the car was still partially on the tracks and maintenance crews were able to pull it off the dirt pile. each of bart's new train cars costs about 2 million dollars.
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the first one was delivered earlier this month. bart hopes to have ten of the new cars in service by the end of the year and 775 of the the new trains up and running within 5 years. a warning if you plan on taking bart today in the east bay. the tracks are closed this weekend between the bayfair and san leandro stations. a bus is available -- but bart says expect 30 to 60 minute delays if you use it. this is just one of several weekend closures planned in the next month. it's so bart can preform maintenance. the san jose sharks are moving on. the have advanced to the second round of the stanley cup playoffs. the sharks beat the kings 6 to 3 in los angeles.
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houston rockets tomorrow. reigning m-v-p steph curry says injured ankle forces him to miss the game. curry sat out the warriors' last two games. after he scored 24- points in the series opener. the dubs lead the rockets two- games to- one. plus. after the break the simple tip that could help women live longer.
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for your health: here is a look at some of the big medical news this week. the san francisco health department has confirmed the city's second case of the zika virus. health officials say a pregnant woman contracted the virus while she was in south america. she's currently not showing symptoms - but she's being closely monitored. there's still no known treatment for the virus. health officials still insist there's no risk to the general public. the first case of zika in the bay area was confirmed in february. that person had traveled to central america and has fully recovered. living closer to nature could help women live longer. that's the result of a study by researchers at "brigham and women's" hospital and the harvard school of public health. they say there is a link between the amount of vegetation around homes and significantly lower death rates among women. they found that women living in areas with a lot of greenery had a 12-percent lower mortality rate compared to those living with little vegetation around them. they studied data from more than 100-thousand women in the u-s, over an eight-year period. they compared the number of deaths in that group by satellite imagery -- analyzing the different levels of plants nationwide. still ahead. hillary clinton and donald trump trying to secure their parties presidential nomination. five states vote on tuesday.
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we will tell you how the frontrunners are hoping to wrap up the nomination as soon as possible. live look outside. bay bridge toll plaza. for the weekend: it's the 1-k rep fitness challenge in pleasant hill. come enjoy a free outdoor class that will challenge you to complete 1000 reps of movement! it's happening at pleasant hill park from 10:00 to 12:30 the event is free to attend.
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friday's rain dropped about half an inch in many parts of the bay area yesterday. but the storm also brought spring snow to the sierra. that surprised a lot of drivers on the mountain passes. >> dave: have the persistent breeze that the shot was not show we see the flag hanging there with a breeze that hangs on this afternoon and it will and a chill to the air. that's what it will reinforce epicures and that's what the performance
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yesterday. and then clearing up sunday a little bit more the way of sunshine today. quick check- in the temperatures warm up today and agreed all of the board and will be chilly along the beaches and; back down again we see little cooler performance with 40 spread out over the general region with a warm-up or pronounced you can see this inland valleys by tomorrow to see lower sundays in
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the far east bay and south bay for today. monday not held and where temperatures return 37 night and the shoreline to the jurors come in the upper 60s to looks like over the east bay hills temperatures again might reach some lower '70s. and then remember we had some bonds fell last week and and today's forecast calls mostly sunny 3933 for the low and then saw returns tomorrow tomorrow night even monday.
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>> reporter: all but stalled chain missile off a submarine. . a tough concept to master thankfully it can cross a helpful motorists. and at this congested gas station it was clear everyone help each other out. he is hoping a barrel oil
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beginner's luck is on his side.
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>> marty: woman contracted the virus currently not showing symptoms of being monitored closely still known treatment for the virus they say that it is no rest for the public as confirmed back in february that person travel to the central america now is fully recovered. och >> marty: this is just the latest artillery to be fired -- in an apparent protest against ongoing military drills between the u-s and south norea. the north has also been facing tougher sanctions after it tested a nuclear weapon back in january. experts say the launch is particularly alarming because missiles fired from submarines are harder to detect than land based ones.
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>> gary: last four games the king's move on and imperial all
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the king andfor the weekend: at the fed. night in novato. the takeover everything want to weigh for co did not answer. free moments later joe the team captain will turn on the red light here. only this year the sharks victory at around to eliminate the los angeles kings 5 games 63 your file tonight. and then here comes a brand impel the giants up for one and this was pretty much offensive
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show the giants needed. the rbi double work seven innings their giants went 81 is up for nothing could locris getting ready to go work brings home stephen ago on the beat the giants 85 and the a's are really plate terrific ball. live look outside. golden
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gate bridge. for the weekend: it's crazy bubble soccer in san francisco. enjoy soccer, food, and music. it's happening at the little marina green from 11:00 to 2:00 the event is free to attend.
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>> dave: a spousal week and with all of that alive luck sfo petitioners spiderweb with all the raw that we carry late tomorrow monday it may be a couple inches up there in the higher elevations temperatures for us 51 san jose closing 1040 954 you can see going on in nevada. it we did speak of those wins you will feel the chill going on because it is an onshore wind cold air sell-off with all this to at the surface they do pop in the midafternoon as you can see in the team's any
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field is also by game time to market at&t part happenings' say around 6 05. it will still be with us in the teens there and i will provide that extra chill especially as the sun starts at a we lose our daytime heating san jose the south scratching seven years ago by 2:00 member for treating very rapidly through the '60s a vacancy as we approach sunset you break down planning forecast by new we're talking mid-60's upper sixties or seventies by about 4:00. more details of the week and forecast coming up a bit. >> marty:happening right now, a manhunt is underway in ohio for the person or people responsible for shooting and killing 8 people friday morning. this is video from the scene in southern, ohio. police still don't know how many shooters were involved in the execution style murders. police say that all of the victims are from the same family and include a 16-year-old boy and a mother who was shot while sleeping with her infant child. evan anderson reports that surviving members of the family may still be at risk.
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>> reporter: seven bodies found in three columns on union hill road outside of the eighth family my guilt member " among the dead a 16 year-old boy. the county sheriff charles says that all the victims have a bad edified as members of the family who he is familiar with and so are many in the small community. the sheriff is warning because he suspects that the family may of been targeted suspected cheaters are all armed extremely dangerous. attorney-general says
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that have been close contact with the family and expressed concern about their safety three young children or in the hall with a time the shootings and the mother in bed with her for a day old. she was shot execution- style in the head. the pulmonary investigation shows that none of the victims committed suicide. more controversy involving u-c berkeley. a rowing coach is under fire for reportedly failing to report the alleged sexual assault of a
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female athlete. details haven't been released, but there are reports that the student told her coach, mike teti, that she was assaulted by another member of the crew team. she claims the coach didn't report it immediately which is a violation of school policy. the university says it's hiring an outside party to investigate. coach mike teti reached out to kron 4 saying quote the allegations are false. i am confident the investigation will prove they have no merit." police in san mateo are searching for a man suspected of burglarizing a home. it happened along eaton road near virginia avenue. the homeowner heard noises from inside his house and left his bedroom to confront the suspect. this is surveillance video of the suspect. who ran out of the house.the homeowner chased him but he got away. police say the suspect took off with some jewelry. he is described as a latino wearing a baseball hat, light- colored jacket and jeans. investigators are looking to see if this burglary is related to two others in the area.
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it's a race to the finish line in the 2016 presidential race. both front-runners donald trump and hillary clinton are hoping to secure their respective nominations. kron 4's national correspondent mark meredith has a look at how the candidates are working to gather support ahead of five primaries next week. >> reporter: fire rating presidential canada is spending time at the airport on the road and have as many cities as possible and then voters in five states will head the polls tuesday ala on the line especially when it comes to delegates. confidence and set of chaos both hillary donald campaign pitching a plan for their convention one nominee. and in the campaign it's all but the math delegate wise hillary has $1.937 delegates 450 way from capturing the nomination. vermont bernie sanders at 1189 delegates a passing victories of
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was next to impossible. this week and donald is campaigning in connecticut was political will be watching and other states in pennsylvania the keystone state devised a delegate and a unique way. we hear the texas senator and ohio gov. point to something else of the delegates their ability how they will do against hillary in the fall and of course to have that chance that the win the nomination. still ahead. more than a million cars being are affected and what you can dofor the weekend: enjoy food and entertainment with traditional exhibitions of japanese culture. from 10:00 to 5:00.
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fiat-chrysler is recalling more than one-million vehicles. it's because of faulty gear shifters. the recall covers the 20-12 through 20-14 dodge charger and chrysler 300 sedans. it also includes the jeep grand cherokee s-u-v years 20-14 and 20-15. an investigation found that gear shifters were leading drivers to mistakenly assume they were safely in park. all owners are being notified and are encouraged to bring their car into the dealer. fyi video starts out with a jeep then charger pic take a look at this. president obama's trip to england wasn't all business. the duke and duchess of cambridge treated the obama's to dinner friday night at their home in kensington palace. as you can see here, young prince george was allowed to stay up past his bedtime to greet the president and first lady. dressed in his tiny bathrobe and playing on his rocking horse-- the young royal spent about 15 minutes visiting with the grown- ups. you may remember, the obamas
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gave the rocking horse to george as a present when he was born two years ago. live look outside. san francisco embarcadero. for the weekend: it's the earth day festival and street fair in san francisco. enjoy a eco fashion show, music, and performances. it's happening on 22nd street from 10:00 to 7:00. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty: 7 intrusion of the public clouds. . >> dave: and then the streets starts to get more busy as people go and enjoy activities today all but a chill of onshore winds still with us in the wake of the rainshowers. the fornix system gets here another one comes upstream in this one has a little bit of a clot producer for our vantage point. this is
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the guy that we dealt with from yesterday temperatures on the board 49 pleasanton and livermore at 51 antioch-5054 for 52 comes in at daly city dollar temperature movement yet. scattered clouds by the new hour and a little bit of the opening parts that are space. overnight scattered clouds we clear out a little to our morning andrea intrusion still some more scattered clouds have to be mentioned a little bit more like of a son lesson church on the cost marron today. what happening today. tomorrow
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morning for reasons place want happens into a sunday in central valley '70s silicon the south the east bay. >> marty: this morning with tips to make your next date of big successes.
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affordable get away and hit the hit losing calloused of up. >> reporter: in sidon was feel like you're dying inside turkish cave. meets be stricken things like that and it's affordable.
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for the weekend: it's the cesar chavez day parade and festival in san francisco. enjoy the largest event honoring the life and work of cesar chavez. it's happening at dolores park the event is free to attend. it's intelligent enough to warn of danger
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chance to top the box office in its opening weekend. charlize theron, emily blunt, chris hemsworth and jessica chastain star in the action fairy tale, which is getting poor reviews, and tracking to debut with around 25-million dollars. half what "the jungle book" is expected to make in its second weekend. "well, he's one of the most famous men on the planet. loves guns, hates the beatles." "the beatles? well, i don't like them." two small movies with big names launch in limited release this weekend. michael shannon and kevin spacey play "elvis and
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nixon," in a satirical look at what might have led up to that famous photo. and tom hanks is a failed businessman trying to sell new tech to saudi royalty in "a hologram for the king." we'll see if either sells enough tickets to warrant a wider release. in hollywood, i'm david daniel.
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>> averi: away on foot to the to a minor in the car pulled our men and the investigation
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know where where the teenager is what penalties he could face. >> marty:but this morning -- there are happened to him. staff members at his minnestota recording studio found his body on thursday. yesterday an autopsy was done. reporter chris welch has more on the events leading up toon stage -- prince shined. kept to himself. >> reporter: in the end -- the private prince died alone. : "in life, he was a very
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private person. we're going to continue to respect his privacy and his dignity." the medical examiner has conducted an autopsy -- as investigators work to figure out what happened and why. : "we are going to leave no stone unturned." in the weeks leading up to his death -- the flu was blamed for postponed concerts -- an emergency plane landing and a visit to the hospital. but in between those events -- prince hosted a party -- performed and attended a concert. wednesday night -- at 8 pm -- was the last time anyone saw prince alive. his body was found thursday morning slumped in an elevator. : " there were no obvious signs of trauma on the body at all." if prince knew death was imminent -- he most likely did not want us to know. : "to you, prince rogers nelson was a celebrity. to us, he's a
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community member and a good neighbor. to his family, he's a loved one." reporting in chanhassen, minnesota -- i'm chris welch. and prince fans in the bay area paid tribute to the iconic legend last night. the rock steady club' in oakland held a party in his honor. fans packed the venue to listen to prince songs. happening today: a massive sinkhole is expected to be filled in -- and roads reopened -- in san francisco. the sinkhole opened up on sacramento between lyon and
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baker streets thursday. this is video --- it happened after a large sewer line broke beneath the street. they do not know why the pipe broke. but officials say it is over one hundred years old. happening now: we are still waiting to find out why one bart's *new multimillion dollar train car crashed during a test. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. the train ran off the tracks into a pile of dirt yesterday. kron4's charles clifford has what we know so far. just before 2pm friday, one of bart's brand new train cars overshot the end of a section of test track in hayward by several feet and crashed into a dirt pile. this is video of the accident from our helicopter partnership with abc 7. the accident apparently occurred while bart train operators were being familiarized with the new train system and the new train cars. it's unknown if the accident was the result of human error or some type of mechinal problem. bart says that at the time of the accident the train was only travelling between 5 and 10 miles per hour and that no one was injured. it's unclear exactly how many people were on board at the time or if the train suffered any damage. after the accident the car was still partially on the tracks and maintenance crews were able to pull it off the dirt pile. each of bart's new train cars costs about 2 million dollars. the first one was delivered earlier this month. bart hopes to have ten of the new cars in service by the end of the year and 775 of the the new trains up and running within 5 years. a warning if you plan on taking bart today in the east bay. the tracks are closed this
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weekend between the bayfair and san leandro stations. a bus is available -- but bart says expect 30 to 60 minute delays if you use it. this is just one of several weekend closures planned in the next month. it's so bart can preform maintenance. the san jose sharks are moving on. the have advanced to the second round of the stanley cup playoffs. the sharks beat the kings 6 to 3 in los angeles. we will have full highlights with gary radnich coming up in about 15 minutes. the warriors are set for game four against the houston rockets tomorrow. reigning m-v-p steph curry says he will be surprised if his injured ankle forces him to miss the game. curry sat out the warriors' last two games. after he scored 24- points in the series opener. the dubs lead the rockets two- games to- one. coming up: we are following developing news; a manhunt underway in ohio after eight family members were shot and killed.
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why police believe others are still danger this morning. and next: for your health. the simple tip that could help women live longer. for your health:
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here is a look at some of the new medical findings released this week. living closer to nature could help women live longer. that's the result of a study by researchers at "brigham and women's" hospital and the harvard school of public health. they say there is a link between the amount of vegetation around
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homes and significantly lower death rates among women. they found that women living in areas with a lot of greenery had a 12-percent lower mortality rate compared to those living with little vegetation around them. they studied data from more than 100-thousand women in the u-s, over an eight-year period. they compared the number of deaths in that group by satellite imagery -- analyzing the different levels of plants nationwide. still ahead. hillary clinton and donald trump trying to secure their parties presidential nomination. five states vote on tuesday. we will tell you how the frontrunners are hoping to wrap up the nomination as soon as possible. for the weekend: it's the 1-k rep fitness challenge in pleasant hill. come enjoy a free outdoor class that will challenge you to complete 1000 reps of movement! it's happening at pleasant hill park from 10:00 to 12:30 the event is free to attend.
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>> dave: over sfo is see the public clouds in the trade. then the cold air from the four the moisture at the surface comes out. and pretty much in the north they read it he insists he's been catching up in pleasanton matching liver more and then five at san jose this is was talking about up here in the north more that strass little bit and then more the affair recalled assists and the ambiance came in tonight as well the system will promote produce more months does come
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norway and consult a map this to a happens going ford by the noon hour some clouds make themselves known of the north. it is critical for a white country this touch scattered close to me tonight and in the to to our morning clearing up for the morning post lisa sunny and then temperatures somewhat muted reduce see there will be a warm- up for '70s and a balance close the '60s of the real-estate it will be cool because the onshore winds back down again tomorrow morning your of the clown and warming up a little bit more aggressively more noticeably off toward the east and central valley. for a >> dave: forecasts the east bay shoreline upper 60s and counts on and then let the east bay hills this is where we start
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to pick up a few lower 70's at that. and a major point all this is that the temperatures during year reduced engine average hour wednesday thursday. >> marty: lest a surprise a lot of people heading to the sierra of town och >> reporter: son this year at another reminder of mother nature place by her own role growth till it's bumper-to- bumper and ottawa can site. traffic in the grueling gridlock. for danny as root of
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friends all bets are off now it's all about so change. tough concept master the fleet they can come across as a hopeful motorists. chains are not only requirement of a survival tool. these kids from sacramento heading to reno memory's not put on hold. brigham news this
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morning to police officers shot at a wal-mart and arizona according to police the suspect was also shot and died at the scene. we do know one officer was shot to face the incident happened and plans were called to a scene air portance of a trespasser. basel know that there was and have altercation when shots were fired. we've learned in the last half hour both are listed in stable condition. but the foot of a suspect for mandela and he used
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to work at the moral about his church he must you can confirm as and kisses the claridge. the sick memling contracted zero shows in south america cryotrons sentence. no word and treatment of high rollers. the continued to insist there is no risk to the general public. first case was confirmed back in february then traveled to central america since the fluid recovery. britain news out of north korea and north korea appears to a fire what appears to be a ballistic missile of the submarine. place artillery fired in the pouring protests against on going to marry jewels between u.s. and south korea. north also
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is facing sanctions after a nuclear weapon on january. the satellite is particularly alarming because missiles fired from submarines are harder to detect compared to land-based missiles.
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>> gary: to me rbi double your siblings their jackets went 8 to 1. eight of monday lost the brief five game losing streak. and then in the a's particularly on the road they won three in seattle and three new york. it is not for nothing progress is getting rid of our work with a rbi double bring home stephen and the a's go on to beat the blue jays 8 to 5. they really do play a terrific paul. curry and
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talking up the signs that talk about him playing sunday.
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>> dave: is somewhat scattered clouds and then a look get our temperatures will in the business of the '50s all over the board to the 40's are gone and the. on the far east bay numbers coming in as you notice mid-50s 55 nevada at asa 55 daly city 54 redwood city 57 san jose at a pair of five that this hour the. was a system that had friday but gave us on and off showers. and here's the system
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this weekend it will be a producer for mounds and then we are enforcing the cooler and then go expected tuesday much to its moral that's where the cells will, and on small. and then for the game with its 0510 to shares starting a 61. san jose will get about a seven year so by 2:00 sliding back to the '60s as we approach o'clock lower 60s an oyster tray along the coast all afternoon as we see the inland highs reached lower 70's and of the coast which chile is 63. >> marty: same family in that
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six shot sleeping child and their poor it that the cost of whatever soviet press. >> reporter: embodies fondant bornholms just outside the family member founded the home several miles away among the dead a 16 year-old boy. the sale of victims have been identified as members of the ready family he says that he is familiar with so many in the small community. but the sheriff is one survivor relatives because he suspects
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that the family is the target. the suspect chitter orders as armed. >> reporter: they say that have been in close contact with the family and they also say they expressed concern about the safety. three young children were in the home at the time of the shooting. the mother and bed with her four day old. according which use shot execution-style in head. the pulmonary investigation shows not the victims, it said. >> marty:that was evan anderson reporting and two other small children who injured.
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interviewed more than 30 people as part of the investigation. berkeley. a rowing coach is under fire for alleged sexual assault of a details haven't been released, but there are reports that the student told her coach, mike another member of the crew team. she claims the coach didn't violation of school policy. coach mike teti reached out to kron 4 saying quote the allegations are false. i am confident the investigation will prove they have no merit." police in san mateo are searching for a man suspected of burglarizing a home. it happened along eaton road near virginia avenue. the homeowner heard noises from inside his house and left his bedroom to confront the suspect. this is surveillance video of the suspect. who ran out of the house.the homeowner chased him but he got away. police say the suspect took off
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with some jewelry. he is described as a latino wearing a baseball hat, light- colored jacket and jeans. investigators are looking to see if this burglary is related to two others in the area. it's a race to the finish line in the 2016 presidential race. both front-runners donald trump and hillary clinton are hoping to secure their respective nominations. kron 4's national correspondent mark meredith has a look at how the candidates are working to gather support ahead of five primaries next week. 5 remain presidential nominations are spending a lot to get the airport on the road as trendy as mrs. possible voters in five states will lead to the polls on tuesday there is a lot especially when it comes to delegates. the vote for anyone
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else don't go out. hillary has 930 delegates as 450 way from capturing the nomination. and bernie at 1189 up passive victories and was next to impossible. believe the rest of the near the city alicia de possibly at the convention. hollywood against hillary in the fall and to have the chance that the with the nomination. still
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ahead. more than a million cars being recalled this morning. we'll let you know which cars are affected and what you can do to get it fixed for the weekend: it's the cherry blossom festival in cupertino. enjoy food and entertainment with traditional exhibitions of japanese culture. it's happening at memorial park from 10:00 to 5:00. the event is free to attend.
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profession shown live performances will on 22nd street from 107 today is free to attend.
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>> dave: mitscher's force right now where they stand before it mid-50s an average temperature vallejo 53 their 55 for san jose looks like 57 checking and at half moon bay a better system on friday there is not his right now basically a pretty clear for now and then temperatures we are dealing with upstream to the sky some stratus and then later on
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today tonight and a little bit for tomorrow however even though we may actually technically seymour some parts of pitchers tom some reduced with the continuation of the onshore flow that means coming in from the coast. the defector is that will bring more runs now more mountain snow. >> dave: 49 and monday to 3 in. of snow looks like by monday night and then let's all said and done what shakes down for seiche scattered showers and then by noon clear patches of the clouds and maybe even sprinkle perhaps in parts and the north bay and the most part variable clouds will do it on balance today as we go into the morning hours tomorrow pretty clear to start again as we saw today and the intrusion with some clouds and it turns was a clear particularly by the latter portion of the day. amateurs will go toward the east and
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today's formal performance '60s around the bay a little cooler on the immediate coast. our most '40's there's the warmup was the press that the central valley and although we see lower 7 is an east bay and on the south as well. toward that we see a choice but to be found. did mention a little bit on of the offshore wind that you can see concept us a little bit in the teens the afternoon after the ball game at at&t parker member we will be dealing with the onshore flow and definitely worse when arco all that when temperatures will start off in the lower 60s with all of that. less aggressive in the upper 60s or for the north bay then a first of south bay larcenies to be found it looks like.
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attention shoppers returned wednesday thursday >> marty:for the last three days. fans around the world have been mourning the loss of a music legend. prince defined an entire generation. with his one of a kind sound that combined pop, rock and funk. michaela pereira takes a look at some of prince's biggest hits. live look outside. san francisco international airport. the biggest new movie this weekend figures to be no match for the most popular film from last weekend. david daniel has a the trail >> reporter: blazing superstar singer terrific song writer mystifying instrumentalists. leading an imprint on the world of music. barnaby virtuoso it beyond the scene. arguably was recognizable
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songs and r&b pop history.
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wildly inventive 2007 halftime performance perborate in the rain considered the greatest of all time a champion artistic
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freedom prince was a force to reckon with. he was a one-of-a- kind.
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preview. "mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?" apparently, it's not "the huntsman: winter's war." box office watchers are saying the "snow white" prequel has no chance to top the box office in its opening weekend. charlize theron, emily blunt, chris hemsworth and jessica chastain star in the action fairy tale,
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which is getting poor reviews, and tracking to debut with around 25-million dollars. half what "the jungle book" is expected to make in its second weekend. "well, he's one of the most famous men on the planet. loves guns, hates the beatles." "the beatles? well, i don't like them." two small movies with big names launch in limited release this weekend. michael shannon and kevin spacey play "elvis and nixon," in a satirical look at what might have led up to that famous photo. and tom hanks is a failed businessman trying to sell new tech to saudi royalty in "a hologram for the king." we'll see if either sells enough tickets to warrant a wider release. in hollywood, i'm david daniel.
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>> dave: will be later on with some stratospheric may eat a little bit up and then the wine country possibility. and then we did get rain overnight taro getting much better sunshine smaller than the temperatures will be much of a same as they were today. the game today verses the marlins 605 talking about temperatures falling to 55. it will be a bit chilly bring sweaters and coats. 60s near lower '70s that work on the board here and it will still
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pleasant. temperatures don't ponselle wednesday thursday and opportunity of rain and chile at the beaches. to look again tomorrow late in the day and then tomorrow night and monday a total that may pick up 3 in..
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