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good morning, welcome to kron four news weekend. happy 4th of july weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. we want to check in with rebecca strom. >> dav>> reporter: will still fl warm and we have lots of sunshine kicking around in the afternoon frighten now we are seeing a lot of fog and cloudy conditions especially on the day and the coastal areas fed is keeping things on the cooler side and that's sticking around to about 11:00 this morning then we will have mostly cloudy skies
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and gradually become sunny. flytrap told in san francisco temperatures on the chilly side because of the fog and clouds 52 degrees half moon bay 59 not in view of currently san jose and 57 concord. definitely need a bundle of after heading out the door this morning. here's what you can expect today by noontime sun low warm coming in the inland area you can still see chilly temperatures around the coast in the bay and then coastal temperatures by you know how long this pitiful whether will last when you come back. >> marty:our top story this
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morning. the prime minister of bangladesh has declared two days of mourning after 20 hostages and two police officers were killed in a terror attack. after several hours, police rescued 13 hostages and killed six of the attackers. police also captured one of the attackers alive. isis has claimed responsiblitiy. c-n-n's scott mclean has the story. >>: were shooting in the air they were just creating fear later the guests were all lying on the ground we escaped in whatever safeway we could. >> reporter: assists later claimed responsibility. this
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type of situation is the first and bangladesh. on to >>: about their work many individual mortars all this of nacreous this type of situation. >> marty: the of the hostages attended college in u.s.kron 4's alecia reid visited the campus and explains how are students
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dealing with the loss. >> reporter: and was inside a bakery downtown and a group of men stormed been took hostages and at 10 hourlong standoff with police. >> alecia: authorities were able to kill six of the gunmen and save hostages. jan was not new to bangladesh they completed high school before studying at uc-berkeley. having contact with her family to read assistance in any way can and the school is working closely with other students currently possesses and staying safe. her home people on campus are
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keeping all the films in their prayers >> alecia: their offering a moral being planned for jane. >> marty:in world news. it's been almost a week since the suicide bombing attacks in turkey. this morning 52 people are still being treated in hospitals. twenty of them are in intensive care. the bombings at istanbul's airport, which is one of the world's busiest killed at least 44 people, tuesday night. turkish police have detained at least 24 people over possible connections to the attack. the attack was carried out by three suicide bombers.
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they were armed with assault rifles and explosives. investigators reportedly are focused on a chechen extremist with isis-ties as the mastermind of the attack. back in the united states. a man facing terrorism related charges appeared in court. >> marty:he is accused of targeting two buildings in arizona. 18-year-old mahin khan was arrested in tuscon on friday. the attorney general's office says that the buildings khan was targeting were in phoenix and tucson. police say the would be attack had nothing to do with fourth of july celebrations. khan is being held in jail without bond. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. a broken water main has forced some east bay business owners to close their doors. >> marty:we'll find out what officials say caused the break. and. a new bill to help the homeless. we'll tell you how much governor brown plans to spend. also. a tax increase for smokers. how much california wants to charge for a pack of cigarettes. that's next.
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>> marty:for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line.
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smokers could see an increase in the cigarette tax this fall. three states, including california are petitioning to put a cigarette tax hike on the november ballot. recent studies show raising the tax has helped curb the number of people who smoke. 17-percent of adults now smoke compared to 25-per cent 20 years ago. besides california.north dakota and missouri are also looking into raising its tax. missouri actually has the lowest cigarette tax in the country at 17 cents. track >> averi: >> rebecca: treking fog and conditions at sfo with blue sky on a the sun try all. it's the fillmore jazz festival in san francisco. enjoy live music spanning over 12-blocks, along with gourmet it's happening on fillmore street between jackson and eddy streets from 10:00 to 6:00 tonight. it is free to attend.
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>> marty:taking a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. and rebecca strom is here with your holiday weekend forecast. governor jerry brown signed a bill allowing permanent housing >> rebecca: set to clear off right around 11:00 and it will be nice and it will be beautiful the rest of your holiday weekend as you enjoy your summer afternoon '70's 80's color and what we saw yesterday is still very pleasant and warm this is what looks like a live camera at sfo although low cloud cover there. phnom delays reported for visibility and that is some good
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news and the south shall burn off right around all of the clock have the jurors look like this mostly fifties 53 san francisco 58 oakland 50 also hayward 59 san jose matching 57 also conquered 60 degrees and antioch. expect seven is on the bay and then some of the '80s will be popping up in the enormous in the spots. and then right around 3:00 hour and a pair of 77% a rosette of lotto 62 in san francisco 68 in oakland 82 unconquered 87 livermore 76 in hayward. . the
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fireworks forecast. >> rebecca: allowed tomorrow taking any of the bay area events. but that will come right around inside the 0:00 hour. and then we will have a cool breeze definitely dress in layers torn night. >> marty: for the homeless. the 2-billion dollar spending plan will help homeless people battling mental illness. senate democrats came up with the idea saying it will improve the lives of the homeless. under the program, counties will be obligated to provide services to those housed with state aid. state officials say more than 29-thousand homeless in california have a mental
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illness. in the east bay, if you are planning on taking bart to the tri-valley this weekend, you may want to find a different way to get there. that's because no trains will be running through the south hayward, union city, and fremont. bart is doing repair and maintenance work all through the holiday weekend. there will be a free bus service between those stations. bart says people should expect delays. service will be restored to those stations on tuesday. >> marty:in the east bay. an update to a story we brought you first on kron 4 news weekend. contra costa water district crews have figured out what caused a flood on a busy street in pleasant hill friday night. but, kron four's spencer blake reports, there's still a lot left to do before the street is back open. >> reporter:it wasn't a sinkhole that caused this mess in pleasant hill friday night - water rising up to the curb of this strip mall, and even *into some of the stores. it was a water main break - a ten-foot section of pipe that cracked beneath contra costa boulevard. "there was some buckling that happened, so that whole area, we'll need to grind it down and
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then repave." today the southbound side of the road between woodsworth and gregory is completely shut down. this framing store isn't the only place closed for the day you can see how high the water got inside. outside, the strip mall parking lot is covered in mud. it *just missed getting inside this quick and easy mart -- one of the few businesses that *did open after the unexpected flooding. >>:"when the break happened, the amount of water that's going in and is mixing with the sand and the rocks and the soil that are underneath the pavement, that will cause the pavement to rise, and then mud and the rock will come out underneath the pavement. that's what you see out on the street." >> reporter:this afternoon workers laid a new section of pipe into the gaping hole in the street. city officials said they expect the actual *repair work to be done by todayand the rest of the paving and cleaningdone by tomorrow. "now for those of you worried about the fourth of july parade, which is scheduled to come right down contra costa boulevard on monday, don't worry. as of right now the city says they do not
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expect this water main break to affect the parade on monday. in pleasant hill, spencer blake, kron four news." fire crews in el dorado and placer counties are still working to contain a wildfire that's been raging since tuesday. >> marty:officials say the 'trailhead' fire, northeast of sacramento has already burned more than 32-hundred acres. as well as threatening nearly 3- thousand homes. mandatory evacuations are in place in parts of both counties. there are voluntary evacuations in other areas as well. the rugged terrain is forcing fire crews to rely heavily on air support. the fire is only 12-percent contained. no structures have been damaged. no word yet on what caused the fire. >> marty:another major wildfire in central california is threatening up to 300 homes in a gated community.
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kern county fire officials say the 'deer fire' began friday afternoon and has grown up to nearly 3-square miles. firefigthers are focused on keeping the fire from climbing over a ridge and potentially threatening one-thousand homes in bear valley spring. officials say the fire is torching a large number of dead trees caused by california's four-year drought. firefighters have zero percent containment on this blaze. and a little further south. firefighters are gaining the upper hand on a brush fire in san bernardino. they say that blaze has burned five homes since it broke out yesterday afternoon. it also forced some people who live nearby to evacuate their homes. but by mid-afternoon, the fire was 50-percent contained and it was not growing any more. two firefighters and one person who lives in the area suffered minor injuries. investigators say they have indications that someone may have intentionally started this fire. >> marty:coming up on the kron 4
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morning news. the giants looking to stay hot, and the a's looking for a win. the highlights coming up. live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekned. it's the off the grid, picnic and food truck party in the presidio. enjoy delicious food from 29 different vendors. it's happening at the main parade ground lawn from 11:00 to 4:00. it is free to attend.
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in sports. >> marty:the giants were looking for their sixth straight win at chase field as they took on the diamondbacks. and in the begining, things were looking good for the g-men in arizona. buster posey would score on that wild throw giving the giants an early 1 to nothing lead.
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then in the 4th, brandon crawford hits this solo shot to put the giants up 4 to one. arizona began to rally back in the 4th when chris herrmann doubled off the wall in right, scoring wellington castillo. 5-3 giants still on top. arizona would put it away with this 3 run blast from castillo, off of hunter strickland. final score arizona 6 san francisco 5. the rubber match will be today in arizona. 1st pitch 1:10. >> marty:as for the a's. they miss playing the giants. having lost their last three games in a row. they got things going early against pittsburg. jed lowrie hits a sac fly to score billy burns. this gives oakland an early one to nothing lead. top of the 4th we go. oakland's 2 to 1 lead is erased
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here when josh harrison doubles to left to score a run. the a's wouldn't score again. losing this one by a final of 4 to two. oakland will look to get back on track today against pittsburg at the coliseum. 1st pitch 1:05. >> marty:a major upset for san francisco native sam querrey at wimbledon. querrey, in the cap, took on the number one ranked player in the world, novak djokovic yesterday. after *three rain delays, querrey went on to win in four sets. djokovic had won 30 consecutive grand slam matches going into yesterday's match. qurrey was born in san francisco and moved to santa rosa when he was seven-years-old. querrey advances to the fourth round where he'll take on nicolas mahut out of france. >> marty:if you're looking for a safe place to set off fireworks tomorrow we have you covered. we'll show you some safe places where fireworks can be set off. that's next. live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the third of july celebration in richmond. enjoy food, children's games, live blues and fire works to cap off the night.
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>> marty: otherwise it should be just beautiful. to touch a but there in the bay area saying close a home here is rebecca. >> rebecca: it will be absolutely beautiful a carbon copy of what we saw yesterday.
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they're seeing mount temperatures live camera and the toll plaza approach heading to this direction anytime soon. and then this fog is supposed to start relief that out and then gradual clearing in to the afternoon hours. and lots of sunshine temperature is right now look like this from the bay area 53 francisco and oakland to matching that in hayward 59 degrees. and then more temperatures on the way however a couple degrees cooler than yesterday still beautiful. them by noon time things warmup on the inland spots. expect 60s
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along the coast. '70s or on the bay the. then we will have some of the '80s pop up for in one spot. >> marty: day away from the fourth of july pacific: the few bay area cities fellow is safe and sane fireworks.there are a few designated spots on or near the beaches where kron four's philippe djegal reports from pacifica where conservationists are also reminding the public to keep the beaches clean.
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>> reporter:crystal higby and the rest of her family are counting down to spending the fourth of july on the beach. saying the experience is like none other. sot- "oh, its amazing. we were here last year and its none stop fireworks." independence day along the water becoming a family tradition for this group. but the hope is that everyone who decides to visit the beach monday, does so responsibly, especially while shooting off fireworks. sot- "we're in the beach area, but its still dry and um, there's safety, and theres um, theres a lot of children here so its just super important to make sure everyone's protected." lynn adams says that includes keeping the sand at linda mar and other beaches clean.
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sot- "its really important when you are at the beach, bring an extra bag and pick-up as you come off the beach." >> reporter:adams is president of the pacifica beach coalition and says its important to be mindful of the fish and animals roaming around. sot- "even like a lot of times, uh, the little sand toys, they bring for the kids get broken and they get left behind. even those small little pieces, uh, they need to take back with them." there are several fireworks stands set-up along highway one. and, they're busy open to close. what is sold here is considered "safe and sane." anything else illegal. if you're caught with illegal fireworks, you could face a fine and possibly spend up to one year in jail. just make sure you follow the rules, and only light the fireworks in the designated areas. >>:sot- "the safe and sane fireworks are allowed in the beach here at linda mar between the restroom that is behind you and to taco bell. and, its marked here, theres marks on the beach, uh, also theres two parking lots in pacifica that are open to fireworks. the one is on the other side of taco bell, its called, uh, pump house parking lot, and theres one at rockaway that's called the south lot that's available, and people can go there in the parking lots to do fireworks." that was kron four's philippe djegal reporting.
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>> marty:and don't forget. kron4 is bringing the fireworks show right to your home. we will be *live all over the bay area. plus, fireworks shows from around the nation as america celebrates its 240th birthday. that's right here on kron4 starting at nine p-m on monday, 4th of july while fireworks can be fun -- they can also be very frightening to pets. dogs can get scared and run off - and possibly injure themselves by trying to escape the noise. kron four's terisa estacio talked with animal experts about steps you can take to keep the whole family, including your pets safe this holiday. >> reporter: one year she had to treat a dog who ran through a sliding glass door. >>: before will. >> reporter: you can take some
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steps to take care of your friend for legged family member. giving a dollar a lot of exercise a great way to help them out later in the evening. then there are toys and treats very severe cases new medicine on the market can help. this is one of their busiest times of the year by asking if. >>: sheared dog is identified and is to get a caller indefinitely they should have
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won on with their tax the big thing is try to keep them as, as you can if you note the dog have this bill leaves them alone. >> marty:in world news. a voice recorder from the egypt- air flight that crashed back in may has now been reassembled in france. all 66-people on board died in that crash. egypt's aircraft accident investigation committee says the device is on its way to cairo for further inspection. the recorder could provide clues into what happened moments before the plane crashed into the mediterranean. earlier this week.flight data recorders indicated possible smoke in the front of the plane. live look outside. san francisco international airport.
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for the weekned. it's the third of july fireworks enjoy a fireworks show overlooking crystal springs reservoir. it's happening at the highlands elementary school starting at 9:30 tonight. it is free to attend.
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>> marty:in the east bay. a non-profit organization is doing its part to change the diversity imbalance plaguing silicon valley and the tech workforce. and at the same, it gives kids and teenagers the hi-tech training they may need to find a good job. kron 4's gabe slate met up with students at "black girls code." >> stanle >> gabe: nose was shoo
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in getting the skills to make it happen for. >>: wanted to work at gobo for a long time, definitely want to proceed with this job. >> gabe: given the confidence of a scene of the self-esteem to it get the current job. at the >>: struggle they will help eventually will figure it out. all of >>: times parents say their children are shy don't talk much. with a safe place for sec that we're encouraging girls creators of technology. and workshops with robots to, building a game system for mobile application. the to >> gabe: in the ages of 7
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and 17 e. fink would be interested in this program, learning how the code here's how to do that. >>: shop for the bass organization we have a nominal fee $35 per workshop per day the, summer camp fees a very. offer scholarships and sponsorships, when understand the need for some families and for each shot workshop provides some sponsorship. >> marty: still about four months left for the white house the twists and turns to the campaign this week coming up next. 54 high of 64 the great place to call off. for the weekend in stockton showed long will water check out the fireworks show
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right along the waterfront. it's happening at the mandeville tip county park from 8:00 to midnight. the event is free to attend.
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>> marty: right now it is a chilly 51 the, moving to 78 sofa later today there. should be perfect moving at 278 later today. >> rebecca: see clear conditions gradually on, lots of sunshine this afternoon. nice temperatures will be taking our of noon and 3:00 this afternoon. that's when we feet see things along, as of sunshine perfect weather to barbecue. just like we saw yesterday. we
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can see all of low-lying fog set to clear off a round of the 11:00 hour, deconditions then a gradual clearing throughout the afternoon. >> rebecca: pitchers on the chilly side of things of 53 in san francisco, 52-day, 53 at nearby, the a oakland 50, 9 in san jose. things will be warming up around noon time and that's when we see inland locations. it will still be: and some of the bayside communities. 3:00 a '60s on the coast so, and these are around the bay and, then we have '80s pop up for in and spots. right around lunchtime 81 in fairfield, 82 conquered a, 87 a livermore said, and six hayward in, 82 in san jose. it will
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definitely be warm. >> rebecca: tomorrow very similar s today and yesterday, so fourth of july weather looks like this 68 oakland and. 81 concord said, and if i pay word 60 to san francisco, 82 for your holiday inn at san jose. courts forecast what it looks like this is where you need to bundle up if you're taking the kids out to watch events around the bay area. around the 9:00 hour you can expect a '50s with pettifogging around 11:00 the. the ability will be fine for fireworks, will be a cool breeze and air bundle up and layers tomorrow evening. >> rebecca: '80s all through inland next week, we see opera '60s and '70s are on the bay and along the coast lots of '60s. >> marty:
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an election unlike any other. that is how one of the nation's top political experts sees the 20-16 race for the white house. campaigns have plenty of work to do to earn voters trust. kron four's national correspondent mark meredith reports each candidate is focusing on key states. >>:"i've never seen anything like this and i'm 69 years old" >> reporter:allan lichtman is a political scientist who makes a living predicting how presidential races will turn out - but this year >>:"things are so fluid, i'm going to have to wait" >> reporter: lichtman's on a 32 year winning streak of picking the next presiednt - but in 2016 he says ther'es no easy answers. >>:"i don't think this issue is going to be decided by any issue, in part because no one knows where donald trump stands on any issues, because he keeps switching" >> reporter:the polls - which some people think are too uncertain to really be counted on - shows lots of uncertainity. a new rasmussuen survey shows donald trump up four points over hillary clinton nationally - but another poll - from reuters - released the same day
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shows clinton up by 10. >> reporter:for trump - these day's its all states. he spent friday in colorado, the campaign is focusing hard on florida - and is needs to win as many so called purple states as possible to have a fair shot. but when it comes to a strategy - experts like licthman think it's trump who's tthe toss up - not the states. >>:"this man is unique because of his utter disregard for the candidate" >> reporter:after the fourth of july - all eyes will be on clinton and trump's choices for runningmates. mark meredith. >> marty:and this is video of hillary clinton returning home from her interview at f-b-i headquarters. the meeting yestrday is seen as
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a signal that the probe into her e-mail use as secretary of state is coming to an end. c-n-n reports that the presidential candidate is not expected to face any charges of wrongdoing. the fbi is expected to announce its decision before the conventions later this month. the timing is crucial.because if clinton were to be indicted, democrats may have to nominate a replacement. >> marty:donald trump is facing a backlash for this tweet that included the star of david. the tweet shows the jewish symbol over images of hillary clinton and dollar bills. the message over the star said "most corrupt candidate ever." tweet as anti-semitic. trump sent it out yesterday morning, he changed it less than two hours later. the new version has the same images, but without the star. >> marty: hanovers all military fairgrounds and a chance bake the fair the big family activity
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and course food july 4 is a blue vests all owed by a fireworks show me. the fair is open from 11 a-m to 11 p-m. >> marty: if you're planning on baking soon, you may want to double check the flour you are going to we'll explain why coming up next. 40 in parts of san francisco independence fireworks going on in richmond. >> marty: that's followed by the big fireworks show in the crane wave pavilion 630 until 10:00 and free to attend.
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>> marty:general mills is expanding its recall of certain types of flour related to a strain of e-coli bacteria. 10-million pounds of flour is being recalled. the flour in question includes general mills.gold medal.signature.signature kitchens and wondra brands. >> marty:federal health officials say tainted flour is the likely source of 42 illnesses in at least 21 states. general mills says the expanded recall is prompted by new a illness that appears to come from consuming raw dough or batter linked to the flour. >> marty:president obama is apparently very picky about his late-night snack. a report by the new york times details the president's routine after hours. after dinner with the first lady and their two daughters, he gets a little "me-time." >> marty:the activities may very, but the times reports the snack is always the same: exactly seven lightly salted almonds. the report gave no reason for
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why almonds, but they are good for you. almonds are high in mono- unsaturated fats that help lower cholesterol. >> marty:according to the newspaper, mr. obama also reads, writes, plays "words with friends" and watches e-s-p-n during his alone time. >> marty:take a look at this french bull dog and her unusual bond with a koi fish. the dog's name is daisy, and whenever she goes to her owner's koi pond, the same fish, named frank, comes to meet her. daisy routinely gives frank kisses near the edge of the pond. the owner has two other dogs, but none of them pay any attention to the fish in the pond. these two love-birds have gotten a lot of attention on social media. the owner says their story has thousands of shares on instagram and facebook. but >> rebecca: we are looking
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at beautiful weather ahead tomorrow, ease continuing for the fourth of july weekend. we will let you know how long they will last coming up next.
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>> marty: good morning, welcome to kron four news weekend. happy 4th of july weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. we want to check in with rebecca strom. >> rebecca: great conditions right now and. but we will see blue later on this afternoon the fog is all set to clear off right around 11 and. that's why we will see some clark cover sticking around. then some
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gradual clearing into the afternoon. now you see a live picture coming out of oakland, lightly traveled and a great one for sure right now. and it set to clear off lots of sunshine coming into this afternoon. temperatures on the cool site it this morning a bundle up making your way out the door 50, 6 nv of the, 53 san francisco fifth, the hayward, 51 on view and san jose, 60 currently in concord right now. planning your day today that's only see a little bit of a warm-up. lb chile at the bay project in your car just in case. >> rebecca: received mostly '70s are on the bay a, ease and in spots all, and a coast it will be chilly with some 50 degrees for the most part.
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>> marty:the prime minister of bangladesh has declared two days of mourning after 20 hostages and two police officers were killed in a terror attack. after several hours, police rescued 13 hostages and killed six of the attackers. police also captured one of the attackers alive. isis has claimed responsiblitiy. c-n-n's scott mclean has the story. >> reporter: seen in bangladesh capital. packed with police and military presence after a hostage situation and upscale cafe set. today morning commandos moved in with the 13 hostages save 20 others dead. some managed to dodge bullets and escape. >>:-ahead anyone they just shot to create fear, still lying on the ground under the chairs and
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tables. we escaped in what ever safe way we could. >> reporter: the bangladesh prime minister condemned at the attacking. >>: do not want harris in bangladesh the, situation is the first until now committing individual murderers. now suddenly they created this type of situation. what they did here was a very heinous act. >> reporter: before earners was intentional, that you horrific actions as justified. >>: work could muslims would don't kill but the second was the government cannot protect citizens of other countries and its own territory. >> marty:three of the hostages killed in that attack attended college in the united states. two at emory university in
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georgia and one at here in the bay area at u.c. berkeley. kron 4's alecia reid visited the campus and explains how are students dealing with the loss. >> alecia: people in uc-berkeley campus are mourning one of their own. one of the hostages killed and capital for tonight. >> alecia: of men stormed and took hostages and had 10 hourlong standoff with police. it's a >>: unfortunate she became a victim of that kind of violence court. you go out and you may never know what happens to you have to treat everything like it could be the last moment. >> alecia: authorities were able to kill six common and save the hostages. the indian national completed high school and the capital before studying
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here at uc-berkeley they. have been in contact with her family to run assistance in any way they can. the school is working closely with other students to assist them in staying safe. you're a >> alecia: home people are keeping all victims and their prayers. >>: exxon people regardless age who they are is horrible. the school >> alecia: is offering counsel for faculty and students staff a, moral being planned for j. >> marty:in world news. it's been almost a week since the suicide bombing attacks in turkey. this morning 52 people are still being treated in hospitals. twenty of them are in intensive care. the bombings at istanbul's airport, which is one of the world's busiest killed at least 44 people, tuesday night. turkish police have detained at least 24 people over possible connections to the attack. the attack was carried out by
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three suicide bombers. >> marty:they were armed with assault rifles and explosives. investigators reportedly are focused on a chechen extremist with isis-ties as the mastermind of the attack. >> marty:back in the united states. a man facing terrorism related charges appeared in court. he is accused of targeting two buildings in arizona. 18-year-old mahin khan was arrested in tuscon on friday. >> marty:the attorney general's office says that the buildings khan was targeting were in phoenix and tucson. police say the would be attack had nothing to do with fourth of july celebrations. khan is being held in jail without bond. >> marty:still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. a broken water main has forced some east bay business owners to close their doors. we'll find out what officials say caused the break. and. a new bill to help the homeless. we'll tell you how much governor brown plans to spend. also. a tax increase for smokers.
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how much california wants to charge for a pack of cigarettes. that's next.
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>> marty: for your money:. here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. smokers could see an increase in the cigarette tax this fall. three states, including california are petitioning to put a cigarette tax hike on the november ballot. >> marty:recent studies show raising the tax has helped curb the number of people who smoke. 17-percent of adults now smoke compared to 25-per cent 20 years ago. besides california.north dakota and missouri are also looking into raising its tax. >> marty:missouri actually has the lowest cigarette tax in the country at 17 cents. >> rebecca: i look outside clout atfor the weekned.
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low clouds at the sfo camera. >> marty: it's the fillmore jazz festival in san francisco. enjoy live music spanning over 12-blocks, along with gourmet food and beverages. it's happening on fillmore streets from 10:00 to 6:00 tonight. it is free to attend. i did everything i could to make her party perfect. almost everything. you know, 1 i n 10 houses could get hit by an expensive septic disaster. but for only $7 a month, rid-x helps break down waste.
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>> marty: usual for this time of year july. >> rebecca: the fog, see some blue and sunshine later this afternoon which will be really nice. gore >> rebecca: across the bay bridge record see a lot of buildings you could not see the transamerica cut several all to
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ask a >> rebecca: race similar to what we saw yesterday a couple. degrees cooler it will be absolutely a beautiful. beautiful barbecue weather as we go into this fourth of july holiday weekend, live camera overlooking sfo. we do have low line clouds by 11 it will be cleared out. temperatures chillier on the gate area. it will be chilly or on the coast through jacket in the car just in case the to. and '80s popping in foreign stocks like concerco.
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>> rebecca: will be a great day to go and get it done the pirates today for spit while five bring a sweater, you will see mid '60s at the ballpark. it will be beautiful with a mild breeze cool things down just a bit in the oakland area this afternoon. and here's what looks like for your holiday weekend as it continues into. fourth of july we will have some morning fog and then it will be a beautiful sunny skies and warm temperatures, will see eighties in mind and then we co 7 user on the bay pushing the upper 60s. >> marty:governor jerry brown signed a bill allowing permanent housing for the homeless. the 2-billion dollar spending plan will help homeless people battling mental illness.
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senate democrats came up with the idea saying it will improve the lives of the homeless. under the program, counties will be obligated to provide services to those housed with state aid. >> marty:state officials say more than 29-thousand homeless in california have a mental illness. >> marty:in the east bay, if you are planning on taking bart to the tri-valley this weekend, you may want to find a different way to get there. that's because no trains will be running through the south hayward, union city, and fremont. bart is doing repair and maintenance work all through the holiday weekend. there will be a free bus service between those stations. bart says people should expect delays. service will be restored to those stations on tuesday. >> marty:in the east bay. an update to a story we brought you first on kron 4 news weekend. contra costa water district crews have figured out what caused a flood on a busy street in pleasant hill friday night. but, kron four's spencer blake reports, there's still a lot left to do before the street is
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back open. >> reporter:it wasn't a sinkhole that caused this mess in pleasant hill friday night - water rising up to the curb of this strip mall, and even *into some of the stores. it was a water main break - a ten-foot section of pipe that cracked beneath contra costa boulevard. >>: "there was some buckling that happened, so that whole area, we'll need to grind it down and then repave." >> reporter:today the southbound side of the road between woodsworth and gregory is completely shut down. this framing store isn't the only place closed for the day you can see how high the water got inside. outside, the strip mall parking lot is covered in mud. it *just missed getting inside this quick and easy mart -- one of the few businesses that *did open after the unexpected flooding. >>:"when the break happened, the amount of water that's going in and is mixing with the sand and the rocks and the soil that are underneath the pavement, that will cause the pavement to rise, and then mud and the rock will come out underneath the pavement. that's what you see out on the street."
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this afternoon workers laid a new section of pipe into the gaping hole in the street. >> reporter:city officials said they expect the actual *repair work to be done by todayand the rest of the paving and cleaningdone by tomorrow. >>: >> reporter:"now for those of you worried about the fourth of july parade, which is scheduled to come right down contra costa boulevard on monday, don't worry. as of right now the city says they do not expect this water main break to affect the parade on monday. in pleasant hill, spencer blake, kron four news." >> marty:fire crews in el dorado and placer counties are still working to contain a wildfire that's been raging since tuesday. officials say the 'trailhead' fire, northeast of sacramento has already burned more than 32- hundred acres. as well as threatening nearly 3- thousand homes. mandatory evacuations are in
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place in parts of both counties. there are voluntary evacuations in other areas as well. >> marty:the rugged terrain is forcing fire crews to rely heavily on air support. the fire is only 12-percent contained. no structures have been damaged. no word yet on what caused the fire. another major wildfire in central california is threatening up to 300 homes in a gated community. >> marty:kern county fire officials say the 'deer fire' began friday afternoon and has grown up to nearly 3-square miles. firefigthers are focused on keeping the fire from climbing over a ridge and potentially threatening one-thousand homes in bear valley spring. officials say the fire is torching a large number of dead trees caused by california's four-year drought. >> marty:firefighters have zero percent containment on this blaze. and a little further south. firefighters are gaining the upper hand on a brush fire in san bernardino. they say that blaze has burned
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five homes since it broke out yesterday afternoon. it also forced some people who live nearby to evacuate their homes. but by mid-afternoon, the fire was 50-percent contained and it was not growing any more. two firefighters and one person who lives in the area suffered minor injuries. investigators say they have indications that someone may have intentionally started this fire. >> marty:coming up on the kron 4 morning news. the giants looking to stay hot, and the a's looking for a win. the highlights coming up. live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekned. it's the off the grid, picnic and food truck party in the presidio. enjoy delicious food from 29 different vendors. it's happening at the main parade ground lawn from 11:00 to 4:00. it is free to attend.
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arizona began to rally back in the 4th when chris herrmann doubled off the wall in right, scoring wellington castillo. >> marty:5-3 giants still on top. arizona would put it away with this 3 run blast from castillo, off of hunter strickland. final score arizona 6 san francisco 5. the rubber match will be today in arizona. >> marty:as for the a's.
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they miss playing the giants. having lost their last three games in a row. they got things going early against pittsburg. jed lowrie hits a sac fly to score billy burns. this gives oakland an early one to nothing lead. >> marty: kron4news-dot-comtop of the 4th we go. oakland's 2 to 1 lead is erased here when josh harrison doubles to left to score a run. the a's wouldn't score again. losing this one by a final of 4 oakland will look to get back on 1st pitch 1:05. we'll show you some safe places where fireworks can be set off. that's next. >> marty:live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the third of july celebration in richmond. enjoy food, children's games, live blues and fire works to cap off the night. it's happening at the marina bay
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park from 5:30 to 9:30 tonight. it is free to attend.
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law >> marty: view from yosemite we're enjoying the shot a high amid all in the mid-60s should be a lovely day. >> rebecca: we are looking at the golden gate bridge. barely make it out this morning that. is set to change we will see a warming temperature with cool conditions, a couple of degrees different from yesterday. clear skies lots of sunshine that you cannot see it right now at the. golden gate the
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>> rebecca: this is pretty normal at this hour in the morning, a deconditions and lots of the bay area. the special on the coast and then that is set to burn off right on route 11:00 this morning. we will still have cloth cover then gradual clearing will still have the cloud cover. >> rebecca: before in san francisco 59, an oakland 60 hayward its, 61 in san jose. by noon that is when we see inland spots already warming up. chile around the bay and the coastal fought the spock's coastal spot. >> rebecca: mid-60's first pitch at 1 05, and then we see mostly
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clear conditions there will be a chill in the air. we will let you know all of your and details for tomorrow coming up next. >> marty: a teenager is recovering this morning after being stabbed take a look at where it happened police responding to reports of an attack 10:00 saturday night. they found a teenager suffering from one stab wound. use fresh the hospital police investigating the stabbing them not release any further information. >> marty: day away from the fourth of july pacifica one of the city's sense allowing a safe and sane fireworks. there are a few designated spots on or near the beaches where kron four's philippe djegal conservationists are also reminding the public to keep the >> reporter:crystal higby and
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the rest of her family are counting down to spending the fourth of july on the beach. saying the experience is like none other. sot- "oh, its amazing. we were here last year and its none stop fireworks." >> reporter:independence day along the water becoming a family tradition for this group. but the hope is that everyone who decides to visit the beach monday, does so responsibly, especially while shooting off fireworks. >>:sot- "we're in the beach area, but its still dry and um, there's safety, and theres um, theres a lot of children here so its just super important to make sure everyone's protected." >> reporter:lynn adams says that includes keeping the sand at linda mar and other beaches clean. >>:sot- "its really important when you are at the beach, bring an extra bag and pick-up as you come off the beach." >> reporter:adams is president of the pacifica beach coalition and says its important to be mindful of the fish and animals roaming around. >>:sot- "even like a lot of times, uh, the little sand toys, they bring for the kids get broken and they get left behind. even those small little pieces, uh, they need to take back with them." >> reporter:there are several fireworks stands set-up along highway one. and, they're busy open to close. what is sold here is considered "safe and sane." anything else illegal.
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>> reporter:if you're caught with illegal fireworks, you could face a fine and possibly spend up to one year in jail. just make sure you follow the rules, and only light the fireworks in the designated areas. >>:sot- "the safe and sane fireworks are allowed in the beach here at linda mar between the restroom that is behind you and to taco bell. and, its marked here, theres marks on the beach, uh, also theres two parking lots in pacifica that are open to fireworks. the one is on the other side of taco bell, its called, uh, pump house parking lot, and theres one at rockaway that's called the south lot that's available, and people can go there in the parking lots to do fireworks." >> marty:that was kron four's philippe djegal reporting. and don't forget. kron4 is bringing the fireworks show right to your home. we will be *live all over the bay area. plus, fireworks shows from around the nation as america celebrates its 240th birthday. that's right here on kron4
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starting at nine p-m on monday, 4th of july while fireworks can be fun -- they can also be very frightening to pets. dogs can get scared and run off - and possibly injure themselves by trying to escape the noise. >> marty:kron four's terisa estacio talked with animal experts about steps you can take to keep the whole family, including your pets safe this holiday. >> reporter: one year she had to treat a dog that ran through a sliding glass door. the good news is that you can take some steps to take care of your friend for legged family members. giving it doggo lot of
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exercise a great way to help out later in the evening and there are toys and trades >> reporter: very severe situations medicine on the market can help >> reporter: to say that this is one of the busiest times of the year that they get dogs packing facilities. import >>: your dog is identified microchips if they get out of their collar but make sure they of tags the. big thing is to keep them as, as you can. if you know your dog have it " only the moment they are scared.
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training they may need to find a good job. kron 4's gabe slate met up with students at "black girls code." >>: like to go over the code, it is hard but easier when you start coming yet to keep coming back to learn more. >> gabe: 12 years old lawyer sherrie had been like hurt she knows what she wants to do and getting the skills to make it happen. >>: i want to work google, or pursue this job with any company that is like best. it's get >> gabe: incompetents and self-esteem to pursue a job currently dominated by white and asian males. >> gabe: the struggle they will help and eventually figured out. >>: times turned to say the girls are shy don't talk much, as calicut's safe-haven assess space where they have other tech we are encouraging seeing a move
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from consumer to crater. from workshops with robust the will begin a day to mobile obligation >> gabe: and between the ages of 7 and 17 that you think would be interested in their how to code, here's how to do that we how >>: saturday workshops. and then our summer camp fees vary so. dollar shares are offered and sponsorships we understand the needs of some families and do it for each workshop provided for scholarships. >> marty:still about 4 months left in the race for the white house. we'll take a look at the twists and turns in the campaigns this week. that's next. for the weekned. it's the fireworks extravaganza
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in stockton. right along the waterfront. it's happening at the mandeville tip county park from 8:00 to midnight.
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>> rebecca: hit will be absolutely beautiful today are. a lot of fog and clouds, it will open up to lots of sunshine and blue skies. nice and clear out
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there with the '70s and '80s all. local lore than what we experience yesterday just another beautiful day as we continue the fourth of july it a long weekend. >> rebecca: live picture of the bay bridge toll plaza out of oakland 50. for in the san francisco 6, see in hayward 6, the one and a san jose, and matching the and livermore. if your planning a day going outside at noontime we see all warm-up just a bit and inland spots. it will be chilly along the coast and bayside communities. kra rejected just in case. 3:00 this afternoon 7 news around the bay. upper 70
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then some spots and '80s for warmest inland locations in the valley this afternoon. >> rebecca: at the 3:00 hour a, to an expected in fairfield 83, concord, 87 in livermore it will be warm, and then 76 and 68 expected for oakland's. fourth of july temperatures perfect accu-weather as we continue our live week when. 87 for livermore, two for san jose 6, t2 in san francisco. if you're heading into tomorrow and semen for the fireworks show. you went to holland and layers we will see temperatures on the shirley said the '60s and pettifog, an inlet of the divisibility too much and then we will see a cool breeze. definitely dress in
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layers on and refer any fireworks show you will see on the area. 70 on the bay planning forecast, the weather will scramble into next week with '80s inland seven is on the base of. it seems a long coast. >> marty: bombing and some the shop street and baghdad. 100 people including 20 children hundred 87 people injured and one and a baghdad one-person other target family young people.
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>> marty:, this holiday weekend the campaign had plenty of work to earn trust the voters national correspondent mark reports each canada it is focusing on key states. >> reporter: allied is a political scientist who make a living predicting how presidential races will turn out, this year? >>: stuff because the political situation is so fluid. >> reporter: 82 year winning streak of taking the next president and. and 20 f-16 and there is no easy answer. >>: the election will not be decided by an issue in part because no one knows where trump stands on the issues. paul >> reporter: where some people think it's too uncertain to be counted on, a new survey it shows four points over clinton nationally, another poll released the same exact day
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set shows up by 10. it's all about fighting in colorado campaign is focusing hard on florida. was to win as many so- called verbal states as possible if there was a fair shot in november. strategy >> reporter: people say it's a truck whose the tossup not the state. >>: man is unique and other disregard for common standards to which you hold a presidential candidate. >> reporter: i as i made a prediction yet he will make one and try to do before the convention also. we will be making close the next week from the president first joint campaign appearance since she clenched denomination. >> marty: video hillary returning home after the fbi headquarters in meeting. it was seen as a signal that the probe into e-mail use the secretary of
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state is coming to an end. this cnn reporting the presidential candidate at expecting to face any charges of wrongdoing. the fbi expected to announce its report before the convention later on this month in the timing is crucial the democrats because if she were to be indicted the democratic party may have to nominate a replacement. >> marty:some critics quickly slammed the tweet as anti- semitic. trump sent it out yesterday morning, he changed it less than the new version has the same images, but without the star. in national news. for the active going and i this holiday weekend is your
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alameda county fair! there are family-friendly activities, go on rides and enjoy some of that healthy fair food. >> marty:on july fourth, there is a blues festival followed by a firework show featuring the oakland symphony. the fair is open from 11 a-m to 11 p-m. soon, you may want to double check the flour you are going to use. next. >> marty:for the weekned. it's the independence day eve fireworks in richmond. it's happening at the craneway pavilion from 6:30 to 10:00it is free to attend.
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if you are baking this july fourth weekend. check the flour you are using. >> marty:general mills is expanding its recall of certain types of flour related to a strain of e-coli bacteria. 10-million pounds of flour is being recalled. the flour in question includes general mills.gold medal.signature.signature kitchens and wondra brands. federal health officials say tainted flour is the likely source of 42 illnesses in at least 21 states. general mills says the expanded recall is prompted by new a illness that appears to come from consuming raw dough or batter linked to the flour. >> marty:president obama is apparently very picky about his late-night snack. a report by the new york times details the president's routine after hours. after dinner with the first lady and their two daughters, he gets a little "me-time." the activities may very, but the times reports the snack is always the same: exactly seven lightly salted almonds. the report gave no reason for why almonds, but they are good for you.
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almonds are high in mono- unsaturated fats that help lower cholesterol. according to the newspaper, mr. obama also reads, writes, plays "words with friends" and watches e-s-p-n during his alone time. >> rebecca: will temperatures and taking a family a hug the see the fireworks show we let you know tomorrow night. coming up in the detailed forecast
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good morning, welcome to kron four news weekend. happy 4th of july weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. we want to check in with rebecca strom.
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>> rebecca: we are seeing the school in the morning the. the fog and clouds that logo off by 11 this morning. it will open up to a beautiful blue skies with lots of sunshine. it will he thinks the perot on the bay area and the '70s and '80s for most cars, and then we will be a couple degrees cooler than what we experience yesterday in, it will be a gorgeous day as we are end date to the long holiday weekend. and this is a live picture sfo where we see much improvement, a lot more cloud cover before now. lots of sunshine blue skies here. >> rebecca: decencies mostly 54 in san francisco's, 61 oakland 63 currently in san jose. and
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what you need to note plan your day ahead by noon things started warm-up for inland's of allocations a little chilly bellicose. and then by 3:00 this afternoon we see '70s are on the bay '80s for warmus inland spots. pleasanton livermore. all the details of tomorrow's forecast coming upon. >> marty:after several hours, police rescued 13 hostages and killed six of the attackers. police also captured one of the attackers alive. isis has claimed responsiblitiy. c-n-n's scott mclean has the story. >> reporter:three of the hostages killed in that attack attended college in the united states.
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military commandos moved into. ended with 13 hostages save 20 others dead at the restaurant, some victims' dotted bullets escape. >>: in the air they did not shoot to hit anyone just to create fear. >>: we do not want the terrace and bangladesh. this situation is the first here. up until now committing individual murderers all the sudden creating this situation. what they did here was a very heinous acts. the target >> reporter: if orders was intentional and the terrorists to be the actions as
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justified. >> marty: 3 of the hostages killed attended college here in the u.s..two at emory university in georgia and one at here in the bay area at u.c. berkeley. kron 4's alecia reid visited the campus and explains how are students dealing with the loss. >> alecia: people and uc- berkeley campus morning one of their all-important, and was one the killed in the capital last night. and then winds at a bakery downtown a group of men stormed then took hostages and had our standoff with police in bangladesh. >>: said that she became a victim of that sort of violence. you have to treat
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every day like it could be your last. authority >> alecia: israel until six gunmen and free the surviving hostages hostages. the indian national completed high school before studying at uc- berkeley. nicklaus says they've been in contact with her family about assistance in any way they can. at the school is working closely with other students currently to assist them in staying safe. home people are keeping a victims and their prayers. the school >> alecia: offering counsel for soon as faculty and staff memorial's also being planned for jane.
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>> marty:in world news. it's been almost a week since the suicide bombing attacks in turkey. this morning 52 people are still being treated in hospitals. twenty of them are in intensive care. the bombings at istanbul's airport, which is one of the world's busiest killed at least 44 people, tuesday night. turkish police have detained at least 24 people over possible connections to the attack. >> marty:the attack was carried out by three suicide bombers. they were armed with assault rifles and explosives. investigators reportedly are focused on a chechen extremist with isis-ties as the mastermind of the attack. >> marty:back in the united states. a man facing terrorism related charges appeared in court. he is accused of targeting two buildings in arizona. 18-year-old mahin khan was arrested in tuscon on friday. the attorney general's office says that the buildings khan was targeting were in phoenix and tucson.
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>> marty:police say the would be attack had nothing to do with fourth of july celebrations. khan is being held in jail without bond. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. a broken water main has forced some east bay business owners to close their doors. >> marty:we'll find out what officials say caused the break. and. a new bill to help the homeless. we'll tell you how much governor brown plans to spend. also. a tax increase for smokers. how much california wants to charge for a pack of cigarettes. that's next.
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for your money:. >> marty:here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. smokers could see an increase in the cigarette tax this fall. three states, including california are petitioning to put a cigarette tax hike on the november ballot. recent studies show raising the tax has helped curb the number of people who smoke. 17-percent of adults now smoke compared to 25-per cent 20 years ago. besides california.north dakota
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and missouri are also looking into raising its tax. missouri actually has the lowest cigarette tax in the country at 17 cents. >> marty:americans who need hospital treatment are racking up higher medical bills. the average patient with private insurance paid more than one- thousand dollars out-of-pocket hospital costs in 20-13. that's according to a study by the university of michigan. that's a 37-percent increase compared to four years earlier. the study shows the main reason for higher hospital bills is a higher deductable amount. the research finds there seems to be more high-deductible insurance plans available today than there used to be. >> rebecca: we will have the details for your fourth of july weekend as it continues.for the weekned. it's the fillmore jazz festival in san francisco. enjoy live music spanning over
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it's happening on fillmore street between jackson and eddy streets from 10:00 to 6:00
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taking a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. >> rebecca: we do have cloud cover only start losing the fog and more gradual clearing with lots of sunshine gorgeous weather for day two of your holiday weekend. in the san francisco lots of gray skies as we will make a weighted downtown. traffic looks good that's good news right now. on
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the chili's said this morning 56 san francisco 6, 21 oakland 62 hayward. i n new we see it warming for inland locations and it will be chilly for the coastal areas and around the bay side communities. clock '70s and '80s for the bay and inland. it will be barred accu-weather yet again today and college time temperatures. 68 expected oakland 76 hayward 8874 livermore. 83 also expected for san jose, 51 san francisco. >> rebecca: it will be a beautiful day to also attached oakland a game taken on the pirates at 05. temperatures on
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the mall outside it will. be a mid-60s and a slight breeze that the ballpark as well. fourth of july we have some of the morning fog and it will open up the beautiful weather in the afternoon inland locations '80s are on the bay. it will be upper '60's and '70's all on a coast. so >> rebecca: a story tuesday sunny conditions little bit of cloth cover and gorgeous weather. lobby of the weather will last coming up next. >> marty:the 2-billion dollar spending plan will help homeless people battling mental illness. the idea saying it will improve the lives of the homeless. under the program, counties will be obligated to provide
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services to those housed with state aid. state officials say more than 29-thousand homeless in california have a mental illness. in the east bay, if you are planning on taking bart to the tri-valley this weekend, you may want to find a different way to get there. that's because no trains will be running through the south hayward, union city, and fremont. bart is doing repair and maintenance work all through the holiday weekend. >> reporter:it wasn't a sinkhole that caused this mess in pleasant hill friday night -
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water rising up to the curb of this strip mall, and even *into some of the stores. it was a water main break - a ten-foot section of pipe that cracked beneath contra costa boulevard. "there was some buckling that happened, so that whole area, we'll need to grind it down and then repave." today the southbound side of the road between woodsworth and gregory is completely shut down. this framing store isn't the only place closed for the day >> reporter:you can see how high the water got inside. outside, the strip mall parking lot is covered in mud. it *just missed getting inside this quick and easy mart -- one of the few businesses that *did open after the unexpected flooding. >>:"when the break happened, the amount of water that's going in and is mixing with the sand and the rocks and the soil that are underneath the pavement, that will cause the pavement to rise, and then mud and the rock will come out underneath the pavement. that's what you see out on the street." >> reporter:this afternoon workers laid a new section of pipe into the gaping hole in the street. city officials said they expect the actual *repair work to be done by todayand the rest of the
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paving and cleaningdone by tomorrow. >>:"now for those of you worried about the fourth of july parade, which is scheduled to come right down contra costa boulevard on monday, don't worry. as of right now the city says they do not expect this water main break to affect the parade on monday. in pleasant hill, spencer blake, kron four news." >> marty:fire crews in el dorado and placer counties are still working to contain a wildfire that's been raging since tuesday. officials say the 'trailhead' fire, northeast of sacramento has already burned more than 32-hundred acres. as well as threatening nearly 3- thousand homes. mandatory evacuations are in place in parts of both counties. there are voluntary evacuations in other areas as well. the rugged terrain is forcing fire crews to rely heavily on air support. the fire is only 12-percent contained. no structures have been
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damaged. no word yet on what caused the fire. >> marty:another major wildfire in central california is threatening up to 300 homes in a gated community. kern county fire officials say the 'deer fire' began friday afternoon and has grown up to nearly 3-square miles. firefigthers are focused on keeping the fire from climbing over a ridge and potentially threatening one-thousand homes in bear valley spring. officials say the fire is torching a large number of dead trees caused by california's four-year drought. firefighters have zero percent containment on this blaze. and a little further south. >> marty:firefighters are gaining the upper hand on a brush fire in san bernardino. they say that blaze has burned five homes since it broke out yesterday afternoon. it also forced some people who live nearby to evacuate their homes. but by mid-afternoon, the fire was 50-percent contained and it was not growing any more. two firefighters and one person who lives in the area suffered
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minor injuries. >> marty:investigators say they have indications that someone may have intentionally started this fire. >> marty:coming up on the kron 4 morning news. the giants looking to stay hot, and the a's looking for a win. the highlights coming up. live look outside. richmond bridge for the weekned. it's the off the grid, picnic and food truck party in the presidio. enjoy delicious food from 29 different vendors. it's happening at the main parade ground lawn from 11:00 to 4:00. it is free to attend. - hi, it's me. [imitates fanfare] lois prices from grocery outlet. - hi, it's... the rest of us! - hey there. - hi! - hey. loifor over 60 years now, grocery outlet has been selling the brands you know and love, for up to 60% less than what you'd pay at traditional grocery stores. - and check this out. lois: we've got meats and produce, naturals and organics,
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>> marty: in sports. their sixth straight win at chase field as they took on the diamondbacks. and in the begining, things were looking good for the g-men in arizona. buster posey would score on that wild throw giving the giants an early 1 to nothing lead. then in the 4th, brandon crawford hits this solo shot to put the giants up 4 to one. arizona began to rally back in the 4th when chris herrmann doubled off the wall in right, scoring wellington castillo. 5-3 giants still on top. >> marty:arizona would put it away with this 3 run blast from castillo, off of hunter strickland. final score arizona 6 san francisco 5. the rubber match will be today in arizona. 1st pitch 1:10. >> marty:as for the a's. they miss playing the giants. having lost their last three games in a row. they got things going early against pittsburg. jed lowrie hits a sac fly to score billy burns. this gives oakland an early one to nothing lead.
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top of the 4th we go. oakland's 2 to 1 lead is erased here when josh harrison doubles to left to score a run. the a's wouldn't score again. losing this one by a final of 4 to two. oakland will look to get back on track today against pittsburg at the coliseum. 1st pitch 1:05. >> marty:a major upset for san francisco native sam querrey at wimbledon. querrey, in the cap, took on the number one ranked player in the world, novak djokovic yesterday. after *three rain delays, querrey went on to win in four sets. djokovic had won 30 consecutive grand slam matches going into yesterday's match. >> marty:qurrey was born in san francisco and moved to santa rosa when he was seven-years- old. querrey advances to the fourth round where he'll take on nicolas mahut out of france. >> marty:if you're looking for a safe place to set off fireworks tomorrow we have you covered. we'll show you some safe places where fireworks can be set off. that's next. live look outside. golden gate bridge.
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for the weekned. it's the third of july celebration in richmond. enjoy food, children's games, live blues and fire works to cap off the night. it's happening at the marina bay park from 5:30 to 9:30 tonight. it is free to attend.
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rebecca strom is here with the weather forecast. what can people expect for the holiday weekend? >> marty: check it with rebecca
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who as a lettuce on the forecast. >> rebecca: you but below the hell right now it will be beautiful great conditions " an analog clock with the following ways keeps things cool of the bay area. pretty similar to what we actually saw yesterday as well. and tomorrow fourth of july it will be pre much be a in the same with fog in the morning tomorrow. without looking at a temperature is mostly in the '50s and '60s all are on the bay area. to 6 in san francisco's 61 oakland 62 concord 6. the six as yet x 66 livermore 63 for our friends in san jose right now what is. it needs and out players had by noontime we surrogacy a warm-up for inman spots are on the coast. on a
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chilly coast >> rebecca: as we get into noontime 3:00 this afternoon we see '70's 80's for the bay and inland a couple degrees cooler than yesterday. on a lunchtime here are the temperatures expected 83 concord, 82 fairfield 87 livermore 83 san jose and then 61 in san francisco. will let you know the details for tomorrow in your highs and also heading out to see fire work shows horney. >> marty: the first bombing happened saturday at a busy shopping street in central baghdad. 125 people killed and 25 children
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147 people injured the second bombing also happened in baghdad and injuring five others of the bombings target and young people out at restaurants. >> marty: just one day away from the fourth of july holiday pacifica one of the few areas fell a safe and sane fireworks of. few designated spots on and near the beach were fireworks can be set off and felipe reports from that city conservation's also reminding public to keep the beaches clean.
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>> reporter: crystal higby and the rest of her family are counting down to spending the fourth of july on the beach. none other. >>:sot- "oh, its amazing. we were >> reporter:independence day along the water becoming a family tradition for who decides to visit the beach >>:sot- "we're in the beach area, but its still dry and um, there's safety, and theres um, theres a lot of children here so its just super important to make sure everyone's protected." >> reporter:lynn adams says that includes keeping the sand at linda mar and other beaches clean. >>:sot- "its really important when you are at the beach, bring an extra bag and pick-up as you come off the beach." >> reporter:adams is president of the pacifica beach coalition and says its important to be mindful of the fish and animals roaming around. >>:sot- "even like a lot of times, uh, the little sand toys, they bring for the kids get broken and they get left behind. even those small little pieces, uh, they need to take back with them." >> reporter: there are several fireworks stands set-up along highway one.
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and, they're busy open to close. what is sold here is considered "safe and sane." anything else illegal. if you're caught with illegal fireworks, you could face a fine and possibly spend up to one year in jail. just make sure you follow the rules, and only light the fireworks in the designated areas. >>:sot- "the safe and sane fireworks are allowed in the beach here at linda mar between the restroom that is behind you and to taco bell. and, its marked here, theres marks on the beach, uh, also theres two parking lots in pacifica that are open to fireworks. the one is on the other side of taco bell, its called, uh, pump house parking lot, and theres one at rockaway that's called the south lot that's available, and people can go there in the parking lots to do fireworks." that was kron four's philippe djegal reporting. >> marty:and don't forget. kron4 is bringing the fireworks show
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right to your home. we will be *live all over the bay area. plus, fireworks shows from around the nation as america celebrates its 240th birthday. that's right here on kron4 starting at nine p-m on monday, 4th of july >> marty:while fireworks can be fun -- they can also be very frightening to pets. dogs can get scared and run off - and possibly injure themselves by trying to escape the noise. kron four's terisa estacio talked with animal experts about steps you can take to keep the whole family, including your pets safe this holiday. >> reporter: for some pecks the crackle pop of fire trucks can be like being in a war zone. >>: air hearing is more sensitive than their hearing atoned above and below ranges we hear. these noises are life threatening noises. >> reporter: here she admitted dog who ran through a sliding glass door. >>: discuss a horrible,. >> reporter: the good news is you can take steps to take care of your friend for legged family
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member. turn radio or tv on give them their favorite toy keep them calm. " and as long as he remembered it take that out. >> reporter: of exercises of health the molitor and evening. and toys and treats. >>: lugsails imitation. >> reporter: in severe cases medicine on the market to help. >>: new medication in the last month specifically formulated for this so we are excited to use that this year. >> reporter: tercet this is one of the busiest times the your dog to get freaked out packing their facilities
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while lookout said the condition try we roadshow so. enjoy a fireworks show overlooking crystal springs reservoir. it's happening at the highlands elementary school starting at 9:30 tonight. it is free to attend.
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>> marty: as giving kidsa non- profit organization is doing its part to change the diversity imbalance plaguing and teenagers the hi-tech training they may need to find a good job. kron 4's gabe slate met up with students at "black girls code." >> gabe: from berkeley 12 years old which had been like her when i was 12 she. knows what she wants to do and it very good skills make it happen. >>: wanted to work at google alum pursue this drop or any other company is similar. >> reporter: it has given teleconference self-esteem to pursue the job that is currently dominated by white asian males. >>: all the parents say their girls are shy. it's this is a
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say they have othertechies. courage in a move from consumer to creator of technology. everything from a workshop with roadblocks to build a game in a day mobile applications. >> gabe: or teenager in mind ages of 7-17 added be interested here's how to do that. >>: we house saturday workshops. in certain cities and we have a nominal fee 35 per workshop per day a. and the summer camp varies in scholarships offered and sponsorships we understand. as the needs of some families and each workshop with scholarships. >> marty: still about 4 months left in the race for the white house. we'll take a look at the twists and turns in the campaigns this
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in stockton. check out the fireworks show it's happening at the mandeville midnight.
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>> rebecca: we will see '70s and '80s cannot complain. it's looking good we are seeing overcast. chris geisel good
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news sfo we're seeing gradual clearing we still have low-lying cloud cover. with a lot of blue skies and we've seen earlier temperature. the cool side '50s and '60s and throughout the bay area right now 56 and san francisco 54. half moon bay 61 oakland 62 currently contoured 67 livermore 63 for san jose. >> rebecca: things will be warming up this afternoon for it " experienced yesterday a couple degrees cooler though. and we see the warming trend taken on the inland spot preschooler on the coastal areas and are based at communities. by 3 this afternoon '70s and '80s primarily around aba 8 x area. >> rebecca: 60 a.m. and oakland 6, the one for san francisco 7,
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6 hayward 87, for livermore, and an ice 83 degrees in san jose. it will be a warm afternoon perfect for a barbecue maroc's your how lie similar the oil is already. 68 tomorrow oakland expected 81 concord 86 livermore 75 hayward 62 san francisco. a-2 and at san jose.82 said was that san jose. >> rebecca: in the gorgeous shows with pettifog and 11:00 tomorrow night the visibility should be fine but we will see it cool breeze in there and bundled up tomorrow you will want to/the beautiful weather will be sticking around into
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your work week here sunday on the bay forecast where seeing a very similar temperatures to what we've seen all week and a long '60s and '70s and bayside 60s along the coast. >> marty: beacon of light in the darkness of holocaust. in national news that people are dead following a fiery highway crash in florida. take a look of video of the aftermath of the crash yesterday morning showing the extent of the damage. and
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then the semi truck slammed into brought " truck. in that burst into flames and. at least 25 people injured including seven in critical condition. the boy >> marty: us from flashing red light for the " collision and. they're transferring workers for haiti heading to their jobs. >> marty:an election unlike any other. that is how one of the nation's top political experts sees the 20-16 race for the white house. on this holiday weekend - the campaigns have plenty of work to do to earn voters trust. kron four's national correspondent mark meredith >>:"i've never seen anything like this and i'm 69 years old" >> reporter:allan lichtman is a political scientist who makes a living predicting how presidential races will turn out - but this year >>:"things are so fluid, i'm going to have to wait" >> reporter:lichtman's on a 32 year winning streak of picking the next presiednt - but in 2016 he says ther'es no easy answers.
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>>:"i don't think this issue is going to be decided by any issue, in part because no one knows where donald trump stands on any issues, because he keeps switching" the polls - which some people think are too uncertain to really be counted on - shows lots of uncertainity. a new rasmussuen survey shows donald trump up four points over hillary clinton nationally - but another poll - from reuters - released the same day shows clinton up by 10. * nats of trump friday in colorado* >> reporter:for trump - these day's its all about fighting in toss up states. he spent friday in colorado, the campaign is focusing hard on florida - and is needs to win as many so called purple states as possible to have a fair shot. >> reporter:but when it comes to a strategy - experts like licthman think it's trump who's tthe toss up - not the states. >>:"this man is unique because of his utter disregard for the common standards, of which you would hold a presidential candidate"
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after the fourth of july - all eyes will be on clinton and trump's choices for runningmates. we'll also be watching clinton's campaign on tuesday as she and president obama are set for their first joint appearance since clinton clinched the nomination. reporting in washington, i'm mark meredith. >> marty:and this is video of hillary clinton returning home from her interview at f-b-i headquarters. the meeting yestrday is seen as a signal that the probe into her e-mail use as secretary of state is coming to an end. c-n-n reports that the presidential candidate is not expected to face any charges of wrongdoing. the fbi is expected to announce its decision before the conventions later this month. the timing is crucial.because if clinton were to be indicted, democrats may have to nominate a replacement. donald trump is facing a backlash for this tweet that included the star of david. the tweet shows the jewish symbol over images of hillary clinton and dollar bills. the message over the star said "most corrupt candidate ever." some critics quickly slammed the
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tweet as anti-semitic. trump sent it out yesterday morning, he changed it less than two hours later. next. for the weekned. >> marty:it's the independence day eve fireworks in richmond. enjoy a performance by the oakland symphony youth orchestra followed by a fireworks show. it's happening at the craneway pavilion from 6:30 to 10:00 tonight. it is free to attend.
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>> marty:if you are baking this july fourth weekend. check the flour you are using. general mills is expanding its recall of certain types of flour bacteria. 10-million pounds of flour is being recalled. the flour in question includes general mills.gold medal.signature.signature kitchens and wondra brands. federal health officials say tainted flour is the likely source of 42 illnesses in at least 21 states. recall is prompted by new a illness that appears to come from consuming raw dough or batter linked to the flour. >> rebecca: gorgeous weather is similar to the s today it will be beautiful all want to next week 80s in line 67 is around the bay cannot feed it. that wraps things up for us enjoy your fourth of july holiday and will see again next week and they you for joining us by. kron4news-dot-com stay in
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>> pastor joel osteen: god bless you, and thanks for letting us come into your homes. and if you're ever in our area, please stop by, and be a part of one of our services. i promise you, we'll make you feel right at home. but thank you so much for tuning in and thank you again for coming out. i'd like to start with something funny, and heard about this pastor. he was raising funds for a new auditorium. he said to the congregation, "anyone who will give $1,000 can pick out the next three hymns." this little old lady in the back raised her hand, said, "pastor, i'll do it." he was so excited. said, "thank you so much. now which three hymns would

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