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welcome to kron four news weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. you are taking a look at storm tracker four. we are expecting rain to hit the bay area later today. meteorologist dave spahr has more. a live look from our embrcadero cam shows... good morning. i'm marty gonzalez. thanks for joining us this morning. let's get the forecast from dave spahr. (dave spahr)a weak weather system will spread light rain across the north bay this afternoon and across most of the remainder of the forecast area this evening and overnight. showers will mostly end by monday morning. expect decreasing clouds on monday with brisk afternoon and evening northwest winds. high pressure will then produce dry weather through midweek, along with a warming trend. shower chances will return to northern and eastern
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portions of our region wednesday night and thursday as a weather system drops inland to our east. temporary cooling and blustery conditions are also expected with this system. ( marty @ landing ) we start with breaking news this morning... at least one person is dead and 14 others are injured this morning following a shooting at a nightclub in cincinnati. this happened just after ten o'clock our time at the cameo night club. police currently have no one in custody. the motive is unclear this morning, but police say there is no reason to suspect terrorism at this
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point. we will continue to follow this story throughout the morning. ( marty @ landing ) an outspoken oakland mayor libby schaff at saturday's rally to keep the raiders...as the team inches closer to a potential move out of oakland. n-f-l owners can make the "las vegas raiders" official as early as tomorrow. kron four's averi harper is live from raiders head quarters in alameda more. averi? ( averi ) years of negotiations between the oakland raiders, the city and county of oakland and potential prviate partners may soon come to a head... as n-f-l owners are on the brink of deciding whether or not to keep the silver and black here
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or shuttle them down to las vegas. oakland mayor libby schaaf says the city has done all it could to prevent the raiders from moving for a second time. hall of famer ronnie lott and business partner rodney pete did not attend the rally held at the oakland coliseum because they're in arizona ahead of the vote. but their teammate drew mcknight with the fortress investment group told the crowd of more than 150 fans and local leaders that his team is willing to put up at least 800-million dollars in private funds to build the raiders a new stadium on the coliseum site... and, that their plan is viable. fans concluded by marching around the coliseum in solidarity. three fourths of the n-f-l's thirty two owners must approve any plan to move the raiders... and, it's possible that vote can come as early as monday in phoenix. reid/council member- "our deal is equal or better than what they have in vegas."drew mcknight/fortress investment group- "there are no questions here. these numbers work and we're here's to guarantee them."> ( marty @ landing) thanks averi.
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( marty ) stick with kron four for the relocation vote. we have you covered. the owners meeting starts today in phoenix. and kron four's mark carpenter will be there reporting live for us today with any developments. and while there are some reports that a vote could happen tomorrow... we are also tracking the possibility that it could get pushed back to the next owners meeting in may. ( marty @ landing ) our other big story this morning. concern in san jose as the crime rate there is on the rise. there are six homicides so far this year... this morning, san jose police are investigating a suspicious death after a body was found near an elementary school. kron four's lydia pantazes explains. "for this neighborhood, its super unusual."it's here on the 900 block on bard street in san jose where a man died... it happened right next to an elementary school."this is a nice neighborhood and for it
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to happen here, just concerns everyone in the whole neighborhood.""i've lived in san jose my whole life and it's never been as bad as it is now."when lorri de souza and her family saw the crime scene, they rushed over to find out what happened."and they said we needed to talk to you because you guys live down the street and we had to give my name and address and they had asked us if we were up early this morning and i said yeah we were up since 530 this morning and asked me if i heard gunshots and i said i didn't hear any gunshots and noise."police got the call saturday morning shortly after 10.... of a person down and not breathing with visible injuries. when police arrived they found an adult male suffering from serious injuries. medical personnel pronounced him dead a short time later.de souza says recently she's has seen in an increase in transients in the area..."the school is fenced but sometimes they will jump the fence to sleep in between the buildings in the school."
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for now, police are investigating this incident as a suspicious death and they have not released the victim's name. ( marty @ landing ) also in the south bay, friends and family celebrate the life of a former south bay little league coach and security guard. a half dozen bay area bands gathered last night in san jose for a benefit concert to remember frank navarro. navarro was stabbed to death last month while working security at a nightclub. navarro's family says he got into a scuffle with the suspects after someone was turned away for using a fake i-d.
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navarro was a little league coach who mentored and touched the lives of many kids. the proceeds from the event will help the family pay for funeral and burial expenses. six people have been charged with navarro's murder ( marty @ landing ) at least 8 famlies are without a home this morning after an apartment fire in pleasant hill. here is new viewer video of the scene during the blaze.
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saying about president trump. and financial experts are urging everyone to start saving now. after a new report shows most people are not getting ready for retirement. we'll explain. after the break.
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for your money: . here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. rain is on the way. ( marty ) for your money: . here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. the way.straight ahead.
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golden gate bridge this morning. toss to weather. (dave spahr)a weak weather system will spread light rain across the north bay this
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afternoon and across most of the remainder of the forecast area this evening and overnight. showers will mostly end by monday morning. expect decreasing clouds on monday with brisk afternoon and evening northwest winds. high pressure will then produce dry weather through midweek, along with a warming trend. shower chances will return to northern and eastern portions of our region wednesday night and thursday as a weather system drops inland to our east. temporary cooling and blustery conditions are also expected with this system.
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( marty ) in national headlines. the gunman who shot and killed one person and
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wounded another in las vegas has surrendered. following the shooting the suspect then barricaded himself inside a bus for hours. the standoff began around 11:00 yesterday morning when a man shot two people on a public bus on las vegas boulevard near the cosmopolitan hotel. officials say the shooter was on the double-decker bus when he opened fire. he then barricaded himself inside the bus . the standoff put a portion of busy las vegas boulevard on lockdown for hours. the man surrendered peacefully around 3-thirty yesterday afternoon. . no word this morning on the motiver for the shooting. ( marty ) and just a short time before the shooting... robbers hit a high-end jewelry store at the bellagio resort. this picture, taken by a witness shows one suspect wearing a pig mask. aurthorities say three burglars wearing masks used sledgehammers to smash the glass in the jewelry store. the burglary put the bellagio on lockdown, sending panicked guests rushing outside. police arrested
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three suspects. authorities believe at least one had a gun, but no shots were fired. no one was injured. ( marty ) happening now... it's been 10 months since a vallejo teen disappeared. but there is a new development in the case this morning. kron four's hermela aregawi spoke to pearl pinson's family about what they're calling new hope. the family comes together every month to make sure pearl is not forgotten.they tell me they don't think police are doing enough.. but someone else noticed their calls for help.a stranger now a new friend.. is contributing her own money to help bring pearl home.a ten-thousand dollar reward.the family prays that's the key to finding pearl.sot rose pinson, missing teen's sisteri honestly feel deep down inside if money can't find my sister, what can. recently her family raised 1- thousand dollarsthen came anna bergmana vallejo resident who didn't know the pinsons but had attended vigils for her. sot anna bergmani saw that there was a lot of community
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support for the pinsons and i wanted to add to that...i was sitting in an aiport in honolulu about to go on vacation and rose called me and right then it flashed on the tv screen that a celebrity had donated 200-thousand dollars for a different case and i wanted to do what i could.pearl left for school last may and never returned. traces of her blood were found in 19 year old fernando casto's car.police don't believe the 16 year old knew castro.he died in a shootout with police shortly after. pearl's sister wants police to do more.sot rose pinson, missing teen's sisteri feel like they're not doing their job correctly. because it's been ten months. it doesn't take 10 minutes to find a little girl .. if anybody knows where she's at please speak up. this is a little girl. what if this was your child? what if this was your loved one, your best friend. hermela standupi spoke with detectives on the case..they said they didn't have any developments to share with me.. but they did stress that if you see something that you think could help find pearl.. share it with them immediately so they could best use the information.reporting in vallejo, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news.
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( marty ) still ahead. kevin durant is getting closer to a return for the warriors... we'll tell you when steve kerr expects him back. after the break. live look outside... richmond bridge
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knee brace anymore, and has been seen shooting jump shots and throwing down dunks before games. yesterday, he was able to dunk and was running down the court during practice. head coach steve kerr says k-d is about two ( marty ) the warriors host the memphis grizzlies tonight at 5:00 at oracle. ( marty ) in college hoops... for the first time since 19-39, oregon is going to the final 4. back then, they weren't called the ducks, they were known as the webfoots. 1939 was also the first year of the ncaa tournament. and the webfoots won it that year. the final 4 apperance comes as
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oregon upset kansas, one of the favorites to win the tournment. the jawhawks, scored 90 points in their 1st 3 games of the tournment. they only scored 60 in this one. the final score 74-60 oregon. ( marty ) and it will be gonzaga against xavier... and it was all bulldogs from the get-go as their offense was on fire.. they shot 12 of 24 from behind the arc. the zags win and dominate xavier, 83 to 59. they advance to the final four for the first time in school history. ( marty ) on the ice... the sharks look to put an end to their five game losing streak... but instead, team teal lost another one. the nashville predators crush the sharks 7 to 2 last night. so it's 6 losses in a row. the sharks are finally back home after a 4 game road trip. they host the new york rangers tuesday at the s-a-p center. ( marty ) still ahead. a pro-trump rally turns
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violent in southern california. we'll show how many people were involved and what happened. next. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. for the weekned... it's the free sailboat ride in berkeley. come out and enjoy a day sailing on on the bay. it's all happening at the cal sailing club from 1 to 4. the event is free to attend.
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this is the story of green mountain coffee and fair trade, told in the time it takes to brew your cup. let's take a trip to la plata, colombia. this is boris calvo. that's pepe. boris doesn't just grow good coffee, boris grows mind-blowing coffee. and because we pay him a fair price, he improves his farm to grow even better coffee and invest in his community, which makes his neighbor, gustavo, happy. that's blanca. yup, pepe and blanca got together. things happen. all this for a smoother tasting cup of coffee. green mountain coffee. packed with goodness. you are taking a look at storm tracker four. we are expecting rain to hit the bay area later today. ( marty ) live look outside the bay bridge toll plaza. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave spahr)a weak weather
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system will spread light rain across the north bay this afternoon and across most of the remainder of the forecast area this evening and overnight. showers will mostly end by monday morning. expect decreasing clouds on monday with brisk afternoon and evening northwest winds. high pressure will then produce dry weather through midweek, along with a warming trend. shower chances will return to northern and eastern portions of our region wednesday night and thursday as a weather system drops inland to our east. temporary
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cooling and blustery conditions are also expected with this system. ( marty ) a donald trump march and rally in southern california turned violent as protesters also attended the event. the "make america great again" march started around noon yesterday. police said about two thousand trump supporters attended. up to forty protesters, some from the socialist party usa, were also there. the march started out peacefully. but violence soon erupted when the two sides met. police said six people were detained. three others were arrested and one person required some medical attention. however there was some unity between the crowds. some protesters and supporters were seen having civil discussions and even hugging. ( marty ) san francisco
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voters got a chance to hear from their congressional representatives. democratic leader nancy pelosi and congresswoman jackie speier held a town hall meeting . kron four's spencer blake was there as they touched on some very controversial topics. (nats - crowd cheering)much of the reaction was positive at nancy pelosi and jackie speier's town hall meeting saturday.according to pollshealth care, russia's ties to the trump administration, the environment, and the budget were some of the topics constituents most wanted to hear about."i thought nancy pelosi and jacki speier did a very good job in calling for an independent commission to investigate what's going on with russia."pelosi said vladimir putin interfered with our democratic election, and wondered why president trump has buddied up with him so closely."what do the russians have on donald trump politically, personally, and financially?"when asked if they would hold a sit in until the intelligence committee arranges an independent investigation, speier replied with:"i am a fan of civil disobedience."as usual, talk
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of health care got people riled up.some people felt pelosi wasn't being firm enough in her support for a single-payer system."while i support nancy pelosi, i'm disappointed in her stance and in her answers."but the congresswoman did say she's ready to work with the president to make improvements to obamacare."one of them is to clarify the language - which i think is clear - but to clarify the action that states can have their own public option."both representatives want to go after a way to lower prescription drug costs next. some of the town hall participants we spoke with said the meeting didn't shed light on many things they hadn't heard. "what i heard was pretty much what i could've read in the new york times or some other journal or publication. there wasn't anything new."pelosi again called for the president to release his tax returns, and also said she was prepared to bash him for being in the pocket of the fossil fuel industry.in san francisco, spencer blake, news. ( marty ) berkeley police are asking for the public's help in identifying a prowler. authorities say around
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12:30 friday morning security cameras captured a man trying to open car doors. police say he entered a backyard of a home on spruce street. authorities believe he is the same man caught on camera on other occasions and might be connected to other property crimes in the area. police say he has a thin goatee, walks with a limp and may have a malformed left hand. ( marty ) take a look at this... this is how a car chase ended near highway 101 in menlo park. kron 4's stanley roberts shot this video of police in action as they made two arrests. you can see they had their guns out as all of this was going on. the high-speed chase took police past whipple avenue and ended at ralston road. police say four people were in the vehicle and were armed with a gun. three of those four were arrested. one suspect got away. ( marty ) we're learning more about four people that were found dead in a sacramento home. the suspect was arrested in san francisco. the victims were discovered after a family member here in the bay area
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called police to do a welfare check. angela musallam spoke with a friend of the victims. rita munoz/friend of victims "it just really breaks my heart to know that there are children involved"rita munoz is still coming over her shock --she says her grandchildren were friends and classmates of the two victims .. who numerous neighbors have identified as brother and sister.rita munoz/friend of victims"they moved here 2 years ago and we welcomed the kids you know we love kids." munoz says her grandson attends "john cabrillo" elementary ..on friday .. he came home with this letter:in it .. the sac city unified school district offered its condolences to the victims .. who haven't yet been identified by the coroner. munoz had her suspicions about the suspect .. "salvador vasquez".she says vasquez moved into this home about two years ago ..since then .. police have come out to the home a handful of times.rita munoz/friend of victims"8 months ago the police officer was over there again .. that was the first thought that maybe he did something" sacramento police say they got a call from a worried family member .. early thursday morning .. asking for officers to do a welfare check at vasquez's home --now .. officers believe it was
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vasquez who killed the four victims who were found inside. munoz is still in disbelief .. and like her neighbors .. can't help but wonder what led to this horrific tragedy.rita munoz/friend of victims"i've just really been praying for the kids it just really hurts me." ( marty ) still ahead... the "repeal and replace" of obamacare has now been called into question... but president donald trump claims lawmakers can still reform the affordable care act. we'll explain. next. for the weekned... it's simpsons trivia night in san francisco. come and test your simpsons knowledge and watch few episodes as well. it's all happening at the knockout from 6 to 9. the event is free to attend. in national news...
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president donald trump says "do not worry." he says a health care plan can still be put together. andrew spencer looks into that the president doubled-down on saturday on his statement that "obamacare will explode," but friday, congress failed to pass a republican bill to reform the affordable care act -- calling into question whether the trump administration will be able to get one passed at all.rep. paul ryan / -r- house speaker: "we're going to be living with obamacare for the foreseeable future. i don't know how long it's going to take us to replace this law."republican senator lindsey graham said at a town hall meeting saturday the president needs to reach across the aisle to get something done.sen. lindsey graham / -r- south carolina: "i think the president should reach out to democrats, i should reach out to democrats, and we should say, 'let's take a shot at doing this together, because it ain't working it doing it by ourselves.'" president donald trump has suggested he would work with democrats on a bill -- but his tone wasn't exactly conciliatory.president donald trump: "what would be really good, with no democrat support... if the democrats,
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when it explodes, which it will soon... if they got together with us and got a real health care bill, i'd be totally open to it."the president blamed democrats for not engaging with the process of dismantling the affordable care act......a process which senator graham heavily criticized.sen. lindsey graham / -r- south carolina: "does it sound familiar that people were being threatened to vote yes, some people being bribed to vote yes? sounds a lot like obamacare to me, so that's what i didn't like about it." i'm andrew spencer, reporting ( marty ) still ahead.. san francisco's pro men's soccer team makes their debut on the field. we'll show you how the san francisco deltas did. coming up. live look outside... san mateo bridge. ♪
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tower. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave spahr) a weak weather system will spread light rain across the north bay this afternoon and across most of the remainder of the forecast area this evening and overnight. showers will mostly end by monday morning. expect decreasing clouds on monday with brisk afternoon and evening northwest winds. high pressure will then produce dry weather through midweek, along with a warming trend. shower chances will return to northern and eastern portions of our region wednesday night and thursday as a weather system drops inland to our east. temporary cooling and
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blustery conditions are also expected with this system. ( marty ) with rain back in the
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forecast, public works crews in the central valley are
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worried that a massive sinkhole will expand. here is what the huge -60- foot-sinkhole looks like. grass valley public works officials say it formed in just a matter of hours during a winter storm. they say it took them by surprise. crews have set sandbags and tires around the sinkhole to hold back more dirt from forming. officals say they check the area every day. especially when wet weather is expected. < our biggest thing is we don't want to lose any more material down the creek and cause anymore environmental impacts down stream. when you're dealing with something 60 feet, 70 feet down in the ground, you wanna do it once and you want to do it right. > ( marty ) grass valley public works officials are currently working to repair the culvert and stabilize the ground before the wet weather hits again. (jr stone) if your looking for a cheap and eco-friendly new home....kron four's jeff pierce reports a group of
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east bay students may have the house for you. in the bay area's hot housing market open houses are drawing lines waiting to look at an open house just on the market in concord. the balloons are out, prospective buyers are looking in the windows, while others gather the real estate brochures, but this home was built entirely by concord high school students and comes in at an affordble twenty thousand dollars.i think it's two hundred and fifty eight square feet, sleep two right now, there's running water lights.the tiny house was the project of concord high's construction technology class and they are auctioning it off this month.i mean in high school you build a house in high school class. that's fantastic.it was one of my favorite classes my senior year, one the best i ever took in high school really.i had kids staying after school, working late, coming in on the weekends. just the engagement was huge. i never had a class that engaged in a project.the home builders expect the sale
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of the tiny house will make the construction technology class a sustaining home building endeavor.the money we get from this auction will go to the house we've already started. so regardless of the state budget, the district budget, we'll be able to have a program that carries on. those who viewed the little home were impressed.kids build this and use the money to build another one, develop their survival skills, skills they might use in an occupation, it's a good idea. the cooperative efforts in the construction meant another valuable lesson all high school students aspire to. about twenty kids you don't know build a house together you become good friends with them you know.i'm proud of it. it looks good, came out really good.at concord high school jeff pierce kron four news ( marty ) san francisco's professional men's soccer team
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took the pitch last night. the san francisco deltas played their inaugural match facing the indianapolis' indy eleven at kezar stadium. the san francisco deltas play in the north american soccer league. the game started off with the delta's taking an 1 to nothing lead in the 1st half. but in the 2nd half, indianapolis scored a goal as well to tie the game at 1 a piece. that would end up being the final score. after the game, we caught up with head coach marc dos santos and the teams ceo to talk about some challenges they've faced to get here.
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warriors, we got the giants, we got tons of restaurants and now we have professional soccer here in san francisco."> ( marty ) the team's next match is saturday april 7th at 7pm at kezar stadium. ( marty ) coming up... where in the world can you see a light show like this... we have the answer, after the break. ( marty ) here's a live look at kirkwood this morning... a high of 41 degrees... they've had 6
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to check out this site, left from new zealand thursday night..seats for this special flight cost around 28-hundred dollars each. tickets went on sale back in september.. and sold out in five days. ( marty ) the empire state building went partly dark last night to put a spotlight on climate change. lights around the world were turned off for the tenth annual "earth hour". it's to raise awareness about the need for action to tackle climate problems. many other famous buildings and landmarks dimmed their lights for an hour. among them were london's tower bridge and the eiffel tower in paris.and the golden gate and bay bridges went dark as well. ( marty ) take a look at this... the american-born giant panda bao bao is now free to roam her new home in china after a month-long quarantine. bao bao has been adjusting to her new home at the china conservation center. she was born at
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the national zoo in washington d.c. and returned to china as part of an international agreement. her chinese handlers say she's had to adjust to some new foods and a new language. but she was assigned a keeper who speaks both english and mandarin to make the transition easier. bao bao's debut was celebrated by local and u-s officials as well as reporters and school children. she will share her new playground with her brother tai shan, who relocated to china in 20-10. (averi) coming up... the vote is coming soon for the raiders potential relocation. i have the latest after the break. áááábreakáááá at outback here's our 3 point shot:ss!?! 1. take our bloomin' onion... 2. cover it with aussie cheese fries... 3. top it off with our center-cut sirloin. the three point bloomin' onion. over twenty-five dollars worth for just $12.99. hurry in... it's for march only! welcome to kron four news
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weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. you are taking a look at storm tracker four. we are expecting rain to hit the bay area later today. meteorologist dave spahr has more. a live look from our embrcadero cam shows... good morning. i'm marty gonzalez. thanks for joining us this morning. let's get the forecast from meteologist dave spahr. (dave spahr) a weak weather system will spread light rain across the north bay this afternoon and across most of the remainder of the forecast area this evening and overnight. showers will mostly end by monday morning. expect decreasing clouds on monday with brisk afternoon and evening northwest winds. high pressure will then produce dry weather through midweek, along with a warming trend. shower chances will return to northern and eastern portions of our region wednesday night and thursday as a weather system drops inland to our
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east. temporary cooling and blustery conditions are also expected with this system. ( marty @ landing ) we start with breaking news this morning... at least one person is dead and 14 others are injured this morning following a shooting at a nightclub in cincinnati. this happened just after ten o'clock our time at the cameo night club. police currently have no one in custody. the motive is unclear this morning, but police say there is no reason to suspect terrorism at this point. we will continue to
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follow this story throughout the morning. ( marty @ landing ) an outspoken oakland mayor libby schaff at saturday's rally to keep the raiders...as the team inches closer to a potential move out of oakland. n-f-l owners can make the "las vegas raiders" official as early as tomorrow. kron four's averi harper is live from raiders head quarters in alameda more. averi? ( averi ) years of negotiations between the oakland raiders, the city and county of oakland and potential prviate partners may soon come to a head... as n-f-l owners are on the brink of deciding whether or not to
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keep the silver and black here or shuttle them down to las vegas. oakland mayor libby schaaf says the city has done all it could to prevent the raiders from moving for a second time. hall of famer ronnie lott and business partner rodney pete did not attend the rally held at the oakland coliseum because they're in arizona ahead of the vote. but their teammate drew mcknight with the fortress investment group told the crowd of more than 150 fans and local leaders that his team is willing to put up at least 800-million dollars in private funds to build the raiders a new stadium on the coliseum site... and, that their plan is viable. fans concluded by marching around the coliseum in three fourths of the n-f-l's thirty two owners must approve any plan to move the raiders... and, it's possible that vote can come as early as monday in phoenix. ( marty @ landing) thanks averi.
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( marty ) stick with kron four for the relocation vote. we have you covered. the owners meeting starts today in phoenix. and kron four's mark carpenter will be there reporting live for us today with any developments. and while there are some reports that a vote could happen tomorrow... we are also tracking the possibility that it could get pushed back to the next owners meeting in may. ( marty @ landing ) our other big story this morning. concern in san jose as the crime rate there is on the rise. there are six homicides so far this year... this morning, san jose police are investigating a suspicious
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death after a body was found near an elementary school. kron four's lydia pantazes explains. "for this neighborhood, its super unusual."it's here on the 900 block on bard street in san jose where a man died... it happened right next to an elementary school."this is a nice neighborhood and for it to happen here, just concerns everyone in the whole neighborhood.""i've lived in san jose my whole life and it's never been as bad as it is now."when lorri de souza and her family saw the crime scene, they rushed over to find out what happened."and they said we needed to talk to you because you guys live down the street and we had to give my name and address and they had asked us if we were up early this morning and i said yeah we were up since 530 this morning and asked me if i heard gunshots and i said i didn't hear any gunshots and noise."police got the call
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saturday morning shortly after 10.... of a person down and not breathing with visible injuries. when police arrived they found an adult male suffering from serious injuries. medical personnel pronounced him dead a short time later.de souza says recently she's has seen in an increase in transients in the area..."the school is fenced but sometimes they will jump the fence to sleep in between the buildings in the school." for now, police are investigating this incident as a suspicious death and they have not released the victim's name. ( marty @ landing ) also in the south bay, friends and family celebrate the life of a former little league coach and security guard. a half dozen bay area bands gathered last night in san jose for a benefit concert to remember
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frank navarro. navarro was stabbed to death last month while working security at a nightclub. navarro's family says he got into a scuffle with the suspects after someone was turned away for using a fake i-d. navarro was a little league coach who mentored and touched the lives of many kids. the proceeds from the event will help the family pay for funeral and burial expenses. six people have been charged with navarro's murder ( marty @ landing ) at least 8 famlies are without a home this morning after an apartment fire in pleasant hill. here is new viewer video of the scene during the blaze.
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a vallejo teenager went missing... but her family has 'new hope" this morning. we'll explain. plus... house minority leader nancy pelosi holds a town hall meeting in san francisco, what she is saying about president trump. and financial experts are urging everyone to start saving now. after a new report shows most people are not getting ready for retirement. we'll explain. after the break.
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money: . here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your bottom line. ( marty ) a startling new report shows three-quarters of workers have 25-thousand dollars or less saved for retirement. the employee benefit research institute says someone in their early 30s earning 50-thousand dollars a year should have about 30-thousand dollars already saved. they say despite what seems like a lack of preparedness... more than half said they are confident they will have enough money when they retire.
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rain is on the way. i have a full forecast straight ahead.
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( marty ) here's a live look at the golden gate bridge this morning. toss to weather. (dave spahr)a weak weather system will spread light rain across the north bay this afternoon and across most of the remainder of the forecast area this evening and overnight. showers will mostly end by monday morning.
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expect decreasing clouds on monday with brisk afternoon and evening northwest winds. high pressure will then produce dry weather through midweek, along with a warming trend. shower chances will return to northern and eastern portions of our region wednesday night and thursday as a weather system drops inland to our east. temporary cooling and blustery conditions are also expected with this system.
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( marty ) in national headlines. the gunman who shot and killed one person and
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wounded another in las vegas has surrendered. following the shooting the suspect then barricaded himself inside a bus for hours. the standoff began around 11:00 yesterday morning when a man shot two people on a public bus on las vegas boulevard near the cosmopolitan hotel. officials say the shooter was on the double-decker bus when he opened fire. he then barricaded himself inside the bus . the standoff put a portion of busy las vegas boulevard on lockdown for hours. the man surrendered peacefully around 3-thirty yesterday afternoon. . no word this morning on the motiver for the shooting. ( marty ) and just a short time before the shooting... robbers hit a high-end jewelry store at the bellagio resort. this picture, taken by a witness shows one suspect wearing a pig mask. aurthorities say three burglars wearing masks used sledgehammers to smash the glass in the jewelry store. the burglary put the bellagio on lockdown, sending panicked guests rushing
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outside. police arrested three suspects. authorities believe at least one had a gun, but no shots were fired. no one was injured. ( marty ) happening now... it's been 10 months since a vallejo teen disappeared. but there is a new development in the case this morning. kron four's hermela aregawi spoke to pearl pinson's family about what they're calling new hope. the family comes together every month to make sure pearl is not forgotten.they tell me they don't think police are doing enough.. but someone else noticed their calls for help.a stranger now a new friend.. is contributing her own money to help bring pearl home.a ten-thousand dollar reward.the family prays that's the key to finding pearl.sot rose pinson, missing teen's sisteri honestly feel deep down inside if money can't find my sister, what can. recently her family raised 1- thousand dollarsthen came anna bergmana vallejo resident who didn't know the pinsons but had attended vigils for her. sot anna bergmani saw that
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there was a lot of community support for the pinsons and i wanted to add to that...i was sitting in an aiport in honolulu about to go on vacation and rose called me and right then it flashed on the tv screen that a celebrity had donated 200-thousand dollars for a different case and i wanted to do what i could.pearl left for school last may and never returned. traces of her blood were found in 19 year old fernando casto's car.police don't believe the 16 year old knew castro.he died in a shootout with police shortly after. pearl's sister wants police to do more.sot rose pinson, missing teen's sisteri feel like they're not doing their job correctly. because it's been ten months. it doesn't take 10 minutes to find a little girl .. if anybody knows where she's at please speak up. this is a little girl. what if this was your child? what if this was your loved one, your best friend. hermela standupi spoke with detectives on the case..they said they didn't have any developments to share with
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me.. but they did stress that if you see something that you think could help find pearl.. share it with them immediately so they could best use the information.reporting in vallejo, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. ( marty ) still ahead. kevin durant is getting closer to a return for the warriors... we'll tell you when steve kerr expects him back. after the break. live look outside... richmond bridge anyone with type 2 diabetes knows how it feels to see your numbers go up, despite your best efforts.
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which can be life threatening. stop taking and call your doctor right away if you experience symptoms or if you experience symptoms of allergic reaction such as rash, swelling, or difficulty breathing or swallowing. do not take invokana® if you have severe liver or kidney problems or are on dialysis. tell your doctor about any medical conditions and medications you take. using invokana® with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. it's time to turn things around. lower your blood sugar with invokana®. imagine loving your numbers. there's only one invokana®. ask your doctor about it by name. as we croswe find it.known as the mighty mac, something the ojibwa call gaagige. we know it as timeless. a land that says slow down. listen to my stories. hear my songs. timeless can be as big as the sunset on a great lake. or as endless as the stars that watch over us.
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welcome to michigan's upper peninsula. welcome to the purest of pure michigan. your trip begins at michigan.org. the biggest question heading into the final ten games of the season for the warriors remains the healthy return of kevin durant. durant has been making strides in his recovery. he does not have to wear a knee brace anymore, and has been seen shooting jump shots and throwing down dunks before games. yesterday, he was
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able to dunk and was running down the court during practice. head coach steve kerr says k-d is about two weeks away. ( marty ) the warriors host the memphis grizzlies tonight at 5:00 at oracle. ( marty ) in college hoops... for the first time since 19-39, oregon is going to the final 4. back then, they weren't called the ducks, they were known as the webfoots. 1939 was also the first year of the ncaa tournament. and the webfoots won it that year. the final 4 apperance comes as oregon upset kansas, one of
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the favorites to win the tournment. the jawhawks, scored 90 points in their 1st 3 games of the tournment. they only scored 60 in this one. the final score 74-60 oregon. ( marty ) and it was gonzaga against xavier... and it was all bulldogs from the get-go as their offense was on fire.. they shot 12 of 24 from behind the arc. the zags win and dominate xavier, 83 to 59. they advance to the final four for the first time in school history. ( marty ) on the ice... the sharks look to put an end to their five game losing streak... but instead, team teal lost another one. the nashville predators crush the sharks 7 to 2 last night. so it's 6 losses in a row. the sharks are finally back home after a 4 game road trip. they host the new york rangers tuesday at the s-a-p center. ( marty ) still ahead. a pro-trump rally turns violent in southern california. we'll show how many
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people were involved and what happened. next. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. for the weekned... it's the free sailboat ride in berkeley. come out and enjoy a day sailing on on the bay. it's all happening at the cal sailing club from 1 to 4. the event is free to attend.
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getting food to hungry older americans cannot stop and it won't. hey, these are our parents and grandparents out there. let's start talking about how we can really get to the route of the problem. hey, we hear you. fighting hunger doesn't stop here. i'm working with aarp foundation's drive to end hunger team to change the national conversation around hunger, bring experts together, and make programs better than ever. if you don't think "we're in this together" when you think aarp, then you don't know "aarp." learn more at aarp.org/possibilities. you are taking a look at storm tracker four. we are expecting rain to hit the bay area later today. ( marty ) live look outside the bay bridge toll plaza.
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dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave spahr) a weak weather system will spread light rain across the north bay this afternoon and across most of the remainder of the forecast area this evening and overnight. showers will mostly end by monday morning. expect decreasing clouds on monday with brisk afternoon and evening northwest winds. high pressure will then produce dry weather through midweek, along with a warming trend. shower chances will return to northern and eastern portions of our region wednesday night and thursday as a weather system drops inland to our east. temporary cooling and blustery conditions are also expected with this system. ( marty ) a donald trump march and
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rally in southern california turned violent as protesters also attended the event. the "make america great again" march started around noon yesterday. police said about two thousand trump supporters attended. up to forty protesters, some from the socialist party usa, were also there. the march started out peacefully. but violence soon erupted when the two sides met. police said six people were detained. three others were arrested and one person required some medical attention. however there was some unity between the crowds. some protesters and supporters were seen having civil discussions and even hugging.
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( marty ) san francisco voters got a chance to hear from their congressional representatives. democratic leader nancy pelosi and congresswoman jackie speier held a town hall meeting . kron four's spencer blake was there as they touched on some very controversial topics. (nats - crowd cheering)much of the reaction was positive at nancy pelosi and jackie speier's town hall meeting saturday.according to pollshealth care, russia's ties to the trump administration, the environment, and the budget were some of the topics constituents most wanted to hear about."i thought nancy pelosi and jacki speier did a very good job in calling for an independent commission to investigate what's going on with russia."pelosi said vladimir putin interfered with our democratic election, and wondered why president trump has buddied up with him so closely."what do the russians have on donald trump politically, personally, and financially?"when asked if they would hold a sit in until the intelligence committee arranges an independent investigation, speier replied with:"i am a fan of civil
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disobedience."as usual, talk of health care got people riled up.some people felt pelosi wasn't being firm enough in her support for a single-payer system."while i support nancy pelosi, i'm disappointed in her stance and in her answers."but the congresswoman did say she's ready to work with the president to make improvements to obamacare."one of them is to clarify the language - which i think is clear - but to clarify the action that states can have their own public option."both representatives want to go after a way to lower prescription drug costs next. some of the town hall participants we spoke with said the meeting didn't shed light on many things they hadn't heard. "what i heard was pretty much what i could've read in the new york times or some other journal or publication. there wasn't anything new."pelosi again called for the president to release his tax returns, and also said she was prepared to bash him for being in the pocket of the fossil fuel industry.in san francisco, spencer blake, kron four news. ( marty ) berkeley police are asking for the public's help in identifying a prowler.
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authorities say around 12:30 friday morning security cameras captured a man trying to open car doors. police say he entered a backyard of a home on spruce street. authorities believe he is the same man caught on camera on other occasions and might be connected to other property crimes in the area. police say he has a thin goatee, walks with a limp and may have a malformed left hand. ( marty ) take a look at this... this is how a car chase ended near highway 101 in menlo park. kron 4's stanley roberts shot this video of police in action as they made two arrests. you can see they had their guns out as all of this was going on. the high-speed chase took police past whipple avenue and ended at ralston road. police say four people were in the vehicle and were armed with a gun. three of those four were arrested. one suspect got away. ( marty ) we're learning more about four people that were found dead in a sacramento home. the suspect was arrested in san francisco. the victims were discovered after a family
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member here in the bay area called police to do a welfare check. angela musallam spoke with a friend of the victims. rita munoz/friend of victims "it just really breaks my heart to know that there are children involved"rita munoz is still coming over her shock --she says her grandchildren were friends and classmates of the two victims .. who numerous neighbors have identified as brother and sister.rita munoz/friend of victims"they moved here 2 years ago and we welcomed the kids you know we love kids." munoz says her grandson attends "john cabrillo" elementary ..on friday .. he came home with this letter:in it .. the sac city unified school district offered its condolences to the victims .. who haven't yet been identified by the coroner. munoz had her suspicions about the suspect .. "salvador vasquez".she says vasquez moved into this home about two years ago ..since then .. police have come out to the home a handful of times.rita munoz/friend of victims"8 months ago the police officer was over there again .. that was the first thought that maybe he did something" sacramento police say they got a call from a worried family member .. early thursday morning .. asking for officers to do a welfare check at
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vasquez's home --now .. officers believe it was vasquez who killed the four victims who were found inside. munoz is still in disbelief .. and like her neighbors .. can't help but wonder what led to this horrific tragedy.rita munoz/friend of victims"i've just really been praying for the kids it just really hurts me." ( marty ) still ahead... the "repeal and replace" of obamacare has now been called into question... but president donald trump claims lawmakers can still reform the affordable care act. we'll explain. next. for the weekned... it's simpsons trivia night in san francisco. come and test your simpsons knowledge and watch few episodes as well. it's all happening at the knockout from 6 to 9. the event is free to attend.
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tempur-pedic allowed me to do just that. because i don't have the average body type anymore i feel like my tempur-pedic really conforms to my body shape. power is not giving up, it's choosing to thrive. tempur-pedic. this sleep is power. hershey's miniatures. we pour 'em! we pass 'em! we pick 'em! delicious fun for everyone. hershey's miniatures are mine, yours, our chocolate. in national news... president donald trump says "do not worry." he says a health care plan can still be put together. andrew spencer looks into that
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possibility. the president doubled-down on saturday on his statement that "obamacare will explode," but friday, congress failed to pass a republican bill to reform the affordable care act -- calling into question whether the trump administration will be able to get one passed at all.rep. paul ryan / -r- house speaker: "we're going to be living with obamacare for the foreseeable future. i don't know how long it's going to take us to replace this law."republican senator lindsey graham said at a town hall meeting saturday the president needs to reach across the aisle to get something done.sen. lindsey graham / -r- south carolina: "i think the president should reach out to democrats, i should reach out to democrats, and we should say, 'let's take a shot at doing this together, because it ain't working it doing it by ourselves.'" president donald trump has suggested he would work with democrats on a bill -- but his tone wasn't exactly conciliatory.president donald
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trump: "what would be really good, with no democrat support... if the democrats, when it explodes, which it will soon... if they got together with us and got a real health care bill, i'd be totally open to it."the president blamed democrats for not engaging with the process of dismantling the affordable care act......a process which senator graham heavily criticized.sen. lindsey graham / -r- south carolina: "does it sound familiar that people were being threatened to vote yes, some people being bribed to vote yes? sounds a lot like obamacare to me, so that's what i didn't like about it." i'm andrew spencer, reporting ( marty ) coming up.. it's popular in the summer. but what about yellowstone in the the winter. there's plenty to do. we'll show you, next. live look
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what's the story behind green mountain coffee and fair trade? let's take a flight to colombia. this is boris calvo. boris grows mind-blowing coffee. and because we pay him a fair price, he improves his farm and invest in his community to make even better coffee. all for a smoother tasting cup. green mountain coffee. (dave spahr)a weak weather system will spread light rain across the north bay this
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afternoon and across most of the remainder of the forecast area this evening and overnight. showers will mostly end by monday morning. expect decreasing clouds on monday with brisk afternoon and evening northwest winds. high pressure will then produce dry weather through midweek, along with a warming trend. shower chances will return to northern and eastern portions of our region wednesday night and thursday as a weather system our east. temporary cooling and blustery also expected with this system.
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( marty ) for most folks a trip to
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yellowstone national park, is what summer vacations are made for. but winter has some perks worth considering when planning your next park adventure. travel enthusiast dana rebmann joins us now. everyone wants in. and it's easy to understand why. but winter offers many of the same perks as summer visits, losing the crowds just means you need to add some layers. the bison already have plenty of insulation, and with an estimated population of 5,500 in yellowstone national park , you'll meet many. while bison are some of the easiest critters to spot within yellowstone, elk, deer and bighorn sheep have a way of standing out
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too. even more elusive animals like red foxes make appearances, you simply need to keep a watchful eye. just because it's winter, doesn't just because it's eye.
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just because it's winter, doesn't mean you're stuck exploring the park in your car. flying pig adventures offers snowshoeing tours. along with filling in visitors about the national park's history, they know some of the best picnic spots and have an amazing knack for finding animals you or i would pass by without ever realizing they were there. along with wildlife spotting, be sure to save some time to walk along the boardwalk at mammoth hot springs. with temperatures upwards of 150 degrees fahrenheit, the steam coming off the surface creates scenes that seem reminiscent of outer space. (another world)
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just 30 miles to the south of yellowstone, another world of sorts is waiting at chico hot springs resort and day spa. it may sound fancy, but don't let the name fool you. this is a cowboy hotel, and it's simply a fun place to catch your breath and relax. it's similar in concept to our calistoga, but there's only one hotel. chico hot springs resort is the only spot in a stretch of beautiful, wide- open, pretty much in the middle of nowhere, countryside. oh.. and it just happens to be well over 100 years old. the spring fed pools aren't fancy, but they feel good. there's a full- fledged saloon, great food..
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"dogs barking"cg= absaroka dogsled treksi really mean it,
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hold on tight!chico hot springs is also where you can meet up with absaroka dogsled treks . they offer a variety of dog sledding adventures, from a quick six-mile adventure, a half- day, ten-mile trip, to a full day, 18-mile trek. you can be standing in the sled and have the real deal experience, or sitting in the basket, out for the ride with no responsibility. the choice is yours. dogs average about 10 miles per hour, but in a racing situation can go as fast as 17 miles per hour. and if you're an animal lover, when the ride is finished, these pups are some of the most affectionate dogs around.
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take a look at this... the breath-taking "southern lights". so what causes this amazing sight? it happens when solar winds.. coming from the sun... get caught up in the earth's magnetic field. the gas ions become energized and
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amazing colors light up the sky. it happens around both the extreme northern and southern latitudes. a special 8-hour charter flight to check out this site, left from new zealand thursday night..seats for this special flight cost around 28-hundred dollars each. tickets went on sale back in september.. and sold out in five days. ( marty ) the empire state building went partly dark last night to put a spotlight on climate change. lights around the world were turned off for the tenth annual "earth hour". it's to raise awareness about the need for action to tackle climate problems. many other famous buildings and landmarks dimmed their lights for an hour. among them were london's tower bridge and the eiffel tower in paris.and the golden gate and bay bridges went dark as well. warm trend continues. i have your full weather forecast straight ahead.
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(averi) coming up... the vote is coming soon for the raiders potential relocation. i have the latest after the break.
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welcome to kron four news weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. you are taking a look at storm tracker four. we are expecting rain to hit the bay today. meteorologist dave spahr has more. a live look from our embrcadero cam shows... good morning. i'm marty gonzalez. thanks for joining us this morning. let's get the forecast from meteologist
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(dave spahr)a weak weather system will spread light rain across the north bay this afternoon and across most of the remainder of the forecast area this evening and overnight. showers will mostly end by monday morning. expect decreasing clouds on monday with brisk afternoon and evening northwest winds. high pressure will then produce dry weather through midweek, along with a warming trend. shower chances will return to northern and eastern portions of our region wednesday night and thursday as a weather system drops inland to our east. temporary cooling and blustery conditions are also expected with this system. ( marty @ landing ) breaking news this
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morning... a possible water rescue is happening now in antioch. officials say a suv was found fully submerged in the water. its happening near bridgehead and fleming. official say no victims are in the vehicle at this time. we'll bring you more details as they enter our newsroom. ( marty @ landing ) breaking news this morning... at least one person is dead and 14 others are injured this morning following a shooting at a nightclub in cincinnati. it happened just after ten o'clock our time at the cameo night club. and moments ago, city officials are said a conflict between at least two people and possibly groups earlier may have escalated causing the shooting. officials say the club has been the scene of gun violence before. including a shooting inside the club on new year's day in 2015.
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and in the parking lot in september of last year. we will continue to follow this story throughout the morning. ( marty @ landing ) an outspoken oakland mayor libby schaff at saturday's rally to keep the raiders...as the team inches closer to a potential move out of oakland. n-f-l owners can make the "las vegas raiders" official as early as tomorrow. kron four's averi harper is live from raiders head quarters in alameda more. averi? ( averi ) years of negotiations between the oakland raiders, the city and county of oakland and potential prviate partners may soon come to a head... as n-f-l owners are on the brink of deciding whether or not to keep the silver and black here or shuttle them down to las vegas. oakland mayor libby
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schaaf says the city has done all it could to prevent the raiders from moving for a second time. hall of famer ronnie lott and business partner rodney pete did not attend the rally held at the oakland coliseum because they're in arizona ahead of the vote. but their teammate drew mcknight with the fortress investment group told the crowd of more than 150 fans and local leaders that his team is willing to put up at least 800-million dollars in private funds to build the raiders a new stadium on the coliseum site... and, that their plan is viable. fans concluded by marching around the coliseum in solidarity. three fourths of the n-f-l's thirty two owners must approve any plan to move the raiders... and, it's possible that vote can come as early as monday in phoenix. ( marty @ landing) thanks averi.
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( marty ) stick with kron four for the relocation vote. we have you covered. the owners meeting starts today in phoenix. and kron four's mark carpenter will be there reporting live for us today with any developments. and while there are some reports that a vote could happen tomorrow... we are also tracking the possibility that it could get pushed back to the next owners meeting in may. and stick with us on kron four news weekend. a raiders insider joins us later this morning to dicuss the potential move. ( marty @ landing ) our
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other big story this morning. concern in san jose as the crime rate there is on the rise. there are six homicides so far this year... this morning, san jose police are investigating a suspicious death after a body was found near an elementary school. kron four's lydia pantazes explains. "for this neighborhood, its super unusual."it's here on the 900 block on bard street in san jose where a man died... it happened right next to an elementary school."this is a nice neighborhood and for it to happen here, just concerns everyone in the whole neighborhood.""i've lived in san jose my whole life and it's never been as bad as it is now."when lorri de souza and her family saw the crime scene, they rushed over to find out what happened."and they said we needed to talk to you because you guys live down the street and we had to give my name and address and they had asked us if we were up early this morning and i said
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yeah we were up since 530 this morning and asked me if i heard gunshots and i said i didn't hear any gunshots and noise."police got the call saturday morning shortly after 10.... of a person down and not breathing with visible injuries. when police arrived they found an adult male suffering from serious injuries. medical personnel pronounced him dead a short time later.de souza says recently she's has seen in an increase in transients in the area..."the school is fenced but sometimes they will jump the fence to sleep in between the buildings in the school." for now, police are investigating this incident as a suspicious death and they have not released the victim's name. ( marty @ landing ) also in the south
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bay, friends and family celebrate the life of a former south bay little league coach and security guard. a half dozen bay area bands gathered last night in san jose for a benefit concert to remember frank navarro. navarro was stabbed to death last month while working security at a nightclub. navarro's family says he got into a scuffle with the suspects after someone was turned away for using a fake i-d. navarro was a little league coach who mentored and touched the lives of many kids. the proceeds from the event will help the family pay for funeral and burial expenses. six people have been charged with navarro's murder ( marty ) still ahead. it's been almost a year since a vallejo teenager went missing... but her family has 'new hope" this morning. we'll explain. plus... house minority leader nancy pelosi holds a town hall meeting in san francisco, what she is saying about president trump. and financial experts are urging everyone to start saving now. after a new
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here are the stories from the week -- that could impact your ( marty ) a startling new report shows three-quarters of workers have 25-thousand dollars or less saved for retirement. the employee benefit research institute says someone in their early 30s earning 50-thousand dollars a year should have about 30-thousand dollars already saved. they say despite what seems like a lack of preparedness... more than half said they are confident they will have enough money when they retire. rain is on the way. i have a full forecast straight ahead. for the weekned... it's free acting classes in berkeley. come out and learn some acting from profesional theatre artists.
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it's all happening at the berkeley repertory theatre from 1 to 3. the event is free to attend. here's a live look at the
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golden gate bridge this morning. toss to weather. (dave spahr) a weak weather system will spread light rain across the north bay this afternoon and across most of the remainder of the forecast area this evening and overnight. showers will mostly end by monday morning. expect decreasing clouds on monday with brisk afternoon and evening northwest winds. high pressure will then produce dry weather through midweek, along
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with a warming trend. shower chances will return to northern and eastern portions of our region wednesday night and thursday as a weather system drops inland to our east. temporary cooling and blustery conditions are also expected with this system. ( marty ) in national headlines.
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the gunman who shot and killed one person and wounded another in las vegas has surrendered. following the shooting the suspect then barricaded himself inside a bus for hours. the standoff began around 11:00
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yesterday morning when a man shot two people on a public bus on las vegas boulevard near the cosmopolitan hotel. officials say the shooter was on the double-decker bus when he opened fire. he then barricaded himself inside the bus . the standoff put a portion of busy las vegas boulevard on lockdown for hours. the man surrendered peacefully around 3-thirty yesterday afternoon. . no word this morning on the motiver for the shooting. ( marty ) and just a short time before the shooting... robbers hit a high-end jewelry store at the bellagio resort. this picture, taken by a witness shows one suspect wearing a pig mask. aurthorities say three burglars wearing masks used sledgehammers to smash the glass in the jewelry store. the burglary put the bellagio on lockdown, sending panicked guests rushing outside. police arrested three suspects. authorities believe at least one had a gun, but no shots were fired. no one was injured. ( marty ) happening now... it's been 10 months since a vallejo teen disappeared. but there is a new development
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in the case this morning. kron four's hermela aregawi spoke to pearl pinson's family about what they're calling new hope. the family comes together every month to make sure pearl is not forgotten.they tell me they don't think police are doing enough.. but someone else noticed their calls for help.a stranger now a new friend.. is contributing her own money to help bring pearl home.a ten-thousand dollar reward.the family prays that's the key to finding pearl.sot rose pinson, missing teen's sisteri honestly feel deep down inside if money can't find my sister, what can. recently her family raised 1- thousand dollarsthen came anna bergmana vallejo resident who didn't know the pinsons but had attended vigils for her. sot anna bergmani saw that there was a lot of community support for the pinsons and i wanted to add to that...i was sitting in an aiport in honolulu about to go on vacation and rose called me and right then it flashed on the tv screen that a celebrity had donated 200-thousand dollars for a different case
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and i wanted to do what i could.pearl left for school last may and never returned. traces of her blood were found in 19 year old fernando casto's car.police don't believe the 16 year old knew castro.he died in a shootout with police shortly after. pearl's sister wants police to do more.sot rose pinson, missing teen's sisteri feel like they're not doing their job correctly. because it's been ten months. it doesn't take 10 minutes to find a little girl .. if anybody knows where she's at please speak up. this is a little girl. what if this was your child? what if this was your loved one, your best friend. hermela standupi spoke with detectives on the case..they said they didn't have any developments to share with me.. but they did stress that if you see something that you think could help find pearl.. share it with them immediately so they could best use the information.reporting in vallejo, hermela aregawi, kron
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4 news. ( marty ) still ahead. kevin durant is getting closer to a return for the warriors... we'll tell you when steve kerr expects him back. after the break. live look outside... richmond bridge the biggest
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question heading into the final ten games of the season for the warriors remains the healthy return of kevin durant. durant has been making strides in his recovery. he does not have to wear a knee brace anymore, and has been seen shooting jump shots and throwing down dunks before games. yesterday, he was able to dunk and was running down the court during practice. head coach steve kerr says k-d is about two weeks away.
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minutes to start so he can build up his rhythm and his conditioning, but that obviously has a domino effect on the entire rotation. when we get to that point, we'll figure it out">( marty ) the warriors host the memphis grizzlies tonight at 5:00 at oracle. ( marty ) in college hoops... for the first time since 19-39, oregon is going to the final 4. back then, they weren't called the ducks, they were known as the webfoots. 1939 was also the first year of the ncaa tournament. and the webfoots won it that year. the final 4 apperance comes as oregon upset kansas, one of the favorites to win the tournment. the jawhawks, scored 90 points in their 1st 3 games of the tournment. they only scored 60 in this one. the final score 74-60 oregon. ( marty ) and it will be gonzaga against xavier... and it was all bulldogs from the get-go as their offense
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was on fire.. they shot 12 of 24 from behind the arc. the zags win and dominate xavier, 83 to 59. they advance to the final four for the first time in school history. ( marty ) on the ice... the sharks look to put an end to their five game losing streak... but instead, team teal lost another one. the nashville predators crush the sharks 7 to 2 last night. so it's 6 losses in a row. the sharks are finally back home after a 4 game road trip. they host the new york rangers tuesday at the s-a-p center. ( marty ) still ahead. a pro-trump rally turns violent in southern california. we'll show how many people were involved and what happened. next. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. for the weekned... it's the free sailboat ride in berkeley. come out and enjoy a day sailing on on the bay. it's all happening at
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the cal sailing club from 1 to 4. the event is free to attend. guys, thanks for making our new french toast so authentic,
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you'll swear it came from a fancy brunch place. its 100% real. just like my favorite sport - pro wrestling. um... yeah, about pro wrestling... its fake. what?
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lies!! its... all ...lies!! why didnt you tell me?!!!! sorry jack, i thought you knew. try my new grilled french toast plate with syrup and hickory smoked bacon. the newest addition to my brunchfast menu. hit me with this, youll feel better. you are taking a look at storm tracker four. we are expecting rain to hit the bay area later today. ( marty ) live look outside the bay bridge toll plaza. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave spahr) a weak weather system will spread light rain across the north bay this afternoon and across most of the remainder of the forecast area this
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evening and overnight. showers will mostly end by monday morning. expect decreasing clouds on monday with brisk afternoon and evening northwest winds. high pressure will then produce dry weather through midweek, along with a warming trend. shower chances will return to northern and eastern portions of our region wednesday night and thursday as a weather system drops inland to our east. temporary cooling and blustery conditions are also expected with this system. ( marty ) a donald trump march and
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rally in southern california turned violent as protesters also attended the event. the "make america great again" march started around noon yesterday. police said about two thousand trump supporters attended. up to forty protesters, some from the socialist party usa, were also there. the march started out peacefully. but violence soon erupted when the two sides met. police said six people were detained. three others were arrested and one person required some medical attention. however there was some unity between the crowds. some protesters and supporters were seen having civil discussions and even hugging. ( marty ) san francisco voters got a chance to hear from their congressional representatives. democratic leader nancy pelosi and congresswoman jackie speier held a town hall meeting . kron four's spencer blake was there as
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they touched on some very controversial topics. (nats - crowd cheering)much of the reaction was positive at nancy pelosi and jackie speier's town hall meeting saturday.according to pollshealth care, russia's ties to the trump administration, the environment, and the budget were some of the topics constituents most wanted to hear about."i thought nancy pelosi and jacki speier did a very good job in calling for an independent commission to investigate what's going on with russia."pelosi said vladimir putin interfered with our democratic election, and wondered why president trump has buddied up with him so closely."what do the russians have on donald trump politically, personally, and financially?"when asked if they would hold a sit in until the intelligence committee arranges an independent investigation, speier replied with:"i am a fan of civil disobedience."as usual, talk of health care got people riled up.some people felt pelosi wasn't being firm enough in her support for a single-payer system."while i support nancy pelosi, i'm disappointed in her stance and
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in her answers."but the congresswoman did say she's ready to work with the president to make improvements to obamacare."one of them is to clarify the language - which i think is clear - but to clarify the action that states can have their own public option."both representatives want to go after a way to lower prescription drug costs next. some of the town hall participants we spoke with said the meeting didn't shed light on many things they hadn't heard. "what i heard was pretty much what i could've read in the new york times or some other journal or publication. there wasn't anything new."pelosi again called for the president to release his tax returns, and also said she was prepared to bash him for being in the pocket of the fossil fuel industry.in san francisco, spencer blake, kron four news. ( marty ) berkeley police are asking for the public's help in identifying a prowler. authorities say around 12:30 friday morning security cameras captured a man trying to open car doors. police say he entered a backyard of a home on spruce street. authorities believe he is the
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same man caught on camera on other occasions and might be connected to other property crimes in the area. police say he has a thin goatee, walks with a limp and may have a malformed left hand. ( marty ) take a look at this... this is how a car chase ended near highway 101 in menlo park. kron 4's stanley roberts shot this video of police in action as they made two arrests. you can see they had their guns out as all of this was going on. the high-speed chase took police past whipple avenue and ended at ralston road. police say four people were in the vehicle and were armed with a gun. three of those four were arrested. one suspect got away. ( marty ) we're learning more about four people that were found dead in a sacramento home. the suspect was arrested in san francisco. the victims were discovered after a family member here in the bay area called police to do a welfare check. angela musallam spoke with a friend of the victims.
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rita munoz/friend of victims "it just really breaks my heart to know that there are children involved"rita munoz is still coming over her shock --she says her grandchildren were friends and classmates of the two victims .. who numerous neighbors have identified as brother and sister.rita munoz/friend of victims"they moved here 2 years ago and we welcomed the kids you know we love kids." munoz says her grandson attends "john cabrillo" elementary ..on friday .. he came home with this letter:in it .. the sac city unified school district offered its condolences to the victims .. who haven't yet been identified by the coroner. munoz had her suspicions about the suspect .. "salvador vasquez".she says vasquez moved into this home about two years ago ..since then .. police have come out to the home a handful of times.rita munoz/friend of victims"8 months ago the police officer was over there again .. that was the first thought that maybe he did something" sacramento police say they got a call from a worried family member .. early thursday morning .. officers to do a welfare check at vasquez's home --now .. officers believe it was vasquez who killed the four victims who were found inside.munoz is still in disbelief .. and like her can't help but wonder what led to this tragedy.rita munoz/friend of victims"i've
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just really been praying for the kids it just really hurts me." ( marty ) still ahead... the "repeal and replace" of obamacare has now been called into question... but president donald trump claims lawmakers can still reform the affordable care act. we'll explain. next. ( marty ) here's a live look at the embarcadero. for the weekned... it's simpsons trivia night in san francisco. come and test your simpsons knowledge and watch few episodes as well. it's all happening at the knockout from 6 to 9. the event is free to attend.
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in national news... president donald trump says "do not worry." he says a health care plan can still be put together. andrew spencer looks into that possibility. the president doubled-down on saturday on his statement that "obamacare will explode," but
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friday, congress failed to pass a republican bill to reform the affordable care act -- calling into question whether the trump administration will be able to get one passed at all.rep. paul ryan / -r- house speaker: "we're going to be living with obamacare for the foreseeable future. i don't know how long it's going to take us to replace this law."republican senator lindsey graham said at a town hall meeting saturday the president needs to reach across the aisle to get something done.sen. lindsey graham / -r- south carolina: "i think the president should reach out to democrats, i should reach out to democrats, and we should say, 'let's take a shot at doing this together, because it ain't working it doing it by ourselves.'" president donald trump has suggested he would work with democrats on a bill -- but his tone wasn't exactly conciliatory.president donald trump: "what would be really good, with no democrat support... if the democrats, when it explodes, which it will soon... if they got together with us and got a real health care bill, i'd be totally open to it."the president blamed democrats for not engaging with the process of dismantling the affordable care act......a process which senator graham heavily criticized.sen. lindsey graham / -r- south carolina: "does it
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sound familiar that people were being threatened to vote yes, some people being bribed to vote yes? sounds a lot like obamacare to me, so that's what i didn't like about it." i'm andrew spencer, reporting ( marty ) coming up... the effort to keep the raiders in oakland. the latest on the effort to keep the team. what one raiders insider says may happen. next. live look outside... san mateo bridge. (dave spahr)a weak weather
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system will spread light rain across the north bay this afternoon and across most of the remainder of the forecast area this evening and
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overnight. showers will mostly end by monday morning. expect decreasing clouds on monday with brisk afternoon and evening northwest winds. high pressure will then produce dry weather through midweek, along with a warming trend. shower chances will return to northern and eastern portions of our region wednesday night and thursday as a weather system drops inland to our east. temporary cooling and blustery conditions are also expected with this system. ( marty ) we are continuing our
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coverage this morning of the raiders potential relocation to las vegas. to help us break down what could happen in the next 24 hours.. bon-tay hill, a radio host on the raiders flagship station 95 point 7 the game joins us.
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"despite all of these efforts, ours and yours, we have not yet identified a viable solution. it is disappointing to me and our clubs to have come to that conclusion." years of negotiations between the oakland raiders, the city and county of oakland and potential prviate partners may soon come to a head... as n-f-l owners are on the brink of deciding whether or not to keep the silver and black here or shuttle them down to las vegas.
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oakland mayor libby schaaf says the city has done all it could to prevent the raiders from moving for a second time. hall of famer ronnie lott and business partner rodney pete did not attend the rally held at the oakland coliseum because they're in arizona ahead of the vote.
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but their teammate drew mcknight with the fortress investment group told the crowd of more than 150 fans and local leaders that his team is willing to put up at least 800-million dollars in private funds to build the raiders a new stadium on the coliseum site... and, that their plan is viable. fans concluded by marching around the coliseum in solidarity. three fourths of the n-f-l's thirty two owners must approve any plan to move the raiders... and, it's possible that vote can come as early as monday in phoenix.
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the san francisco 49ers introduced new head coach kyle shanahan and new general manager john lynch to the media. shananan is the team's fourth head coach in the last four seasons. both are rookies in their ácurrent positions...however, they've had successful careers. shanahan says turning around this franchise will take time, but they are driven to make it work.
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colin kaepernick officially opts out of his contract with the niners. this ends ( marty ) take a look at
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this... the breath-taking "southern lights". so what causes this amazing sight? it happens when solar winds.. coming from the sun... get caught up in the earth's magnetic field. the gas ions become energized and amazing colors light up the sky. it happens around both the extreme northern and southern latitudes. a special 8-hour charter flight to check out this site, left from new zealand thursday night..seats for this special flight cost around 28-hundred dollars each. tickets went on sale back in september.. and sold out in five days. ( marty ) the empire state
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building went partly dark last night to put a spotlight on climate change. lights around the world were turned off for the tenth annual "earth hour". it's to raise awareness about the need for action to tackle climate problems. many other famous buildings and landmarks dimmed their lights for an hour. among them were london's tower bridge and the eiffel tower in paris.and the golden gate and bay bridges went dark as well. ( marty ) take a look at this... the american-born giant panda bao bao is now free to roam her new home in china after a month-long quarantine. bao bao has been adjusting to her new home at the china conservation center. she was born at the national zoo in washington d.c. and returned to china as part of an international agreement. her chinese handlers say she's had to adjust to some new foods and a new language. but she was assigned a keeper who speaks both english and mandarin to make the transition easier. bao bao's debut was celebrated by local and u-s officials as well as reporters
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and school children. she will share her new playground with her brother tai shan, who relocated to china in 20-10. ad lib final 7 day forecast thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday for this news weekend thats kron 4 thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ... and tonight for kron 4 news at eight.
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[music] >> joel osteen: well, god bless you. it's a joy to 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. i like to start with something funny, and heard about this man that called the church office. he said, "i want to speak to the head hog at the trough." the secretary was offended. she said, "if you mean the pastor, you're going to have to call him pastor, but you may not call him the head hog at the trough." he said, "well, that's fine, but i was thinking about making a $5,000 donation to your church." she said, "hang on, porky

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