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now at eight ... from fire victim to criminal defendent .... charges filed today against the lead tenant of the ghost ship warehouse and another man ... (sot from justine or alecia)whooshi am diappointed todaythe family of sierra lamar reacts to the sentencing of her convicted killer..whoosha 25 acre wildfire partially shuts down an east bay freeway ... we have a live updatewhooshsan francisco cracks down 45=thousand rideshare drivers ... see their driving records ... along with who and where they you're watching kron four news in prime time.
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thank you for joining us i'm steve aveson.(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis ... pam moore is off this week. today the district attorney said the two men charged acted recklessly and created the high risk of death inside the building.(steve) tonight we have team coverage on the arrest. kron-4's justine waldman joins us live from oakland with emotional reaction to the charges but first grant lodes is here to break down the accusations the men are facing (grant) this is a picture of one of the two man arrested and charged with 36 counts of involunary manslaughter.. derek almena appeared in a lake county courtroom...he was picked up in lake county. almena is the former master tennant at the ghost-ship warehouse...where musicians and other artists gathered...and lived. also now facing charges...max harris...who allegedly lived in the building and helped mannage it. harris was arrested this morning in los angeles county.
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(grant) almena and harris could face up to 39 years in state prison if they're convicted. almena's attorney's released a statement today saying they're confident this attempty to make him a scapegiat will fail. the exact cause of the fire is unknown and officials say we may never know what started it because of how badly burned the building was. (vicki) family and friends of loved ones killed in the fire tell us they feel criminal charges being filed are just one step in a long journey to get justice.(steve)
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kron 4's justine waldman is live for us in oakland tonight at the site of the ghost ship warehousejustine, you spoke with a mother today who lost her daughter in the fire.. what was her reaction to the da's decision? the mother of one of the woman killed her in december she has been waiting a long time for criminal charges to be filed. and even though every day without her daughter is extremely difficult.. today feels like the beginning of a new chapter. trt 1:26on a memorial outside the ghost ship.. hangs charms with the names of the 36 victims. one is heart with donna kellogg's name on it.a vibrant, loving lady.. is how donna's mother remembers her 32 year old daughter.sot miss her so much she was such a good friend .. little red head dynamite sue slocom spoke to kron 4 news over the phone from her home in salinas. and says her daughter loved to
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dance, which is why she came to the ghost ship that deadly december night.. sot i firmly believe she would have not gone there had she known it was so unsafesue also expressed disbelief in the district attorney's claims that one of the staircases was blocked off leaving just one way out of the warehouse..sot it is horrifying to think they didn't even have chanceher mother has waited a long time for an answer from da's office and is pleased the case is moving forward. it's time she says.. for someone to be held accountable for her daughter's death.sot these two men set up a death trap for our children and they need to be held responsible for their actions donna kellogg's was studying to be a nutritional consultant at bauman college in berkeley. her family has set up a scholoarship fund in her honor.
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and now they begin the long wait as this case moves its way through the courts.even though vicki and steve they know it will never bring donna or the other victims back. (vicki) the criminal charges kindling emotions for victims' families. one mother is speaking publicly for the first time since the loss of her son alex vega. the 22 year old who you see here on the right died in the fire alongside his long-time girlfriend 20 year old michaela gregory. today his mother mary told kron-4 when she got a call about the arrests.... it opened up a flood of memories. anger sadness...i dont' want to be angry it's not going to bring him back. i think what it mostly is sadness.i want to see justice done.i want someone to say i'm sorryit's not going to happen
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but i want someone to say i'm sorry mrs vega that you lost your son.(vicki) mary says after she got that phone call this morning --- she went to the cemetery. saying she just wanted to be with her son. vega's mother says if there is a trial --- she wants to be in the courtroom....to see someone held accountable for the deaths of alex, michaela and so many others. (steve) today's criminal charges come just days after the six month anniversary of the deadly fire. here's a look at what's happened since december. a little over a week after the fire --- the oakland fire chief revealed that the warehouse had not been inspected. -and they could not find any record of citizen complaints. they say it's because there was never an application for an change of use or event permit --- which would have put the warehouse on their radar. on december 23-rd the first lawsuit was filed on behalf of two families. it was the first of several to
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follow. including a consolidated suit in may which includes at least 18 families at this point. a few months later in february --- the city of oakland released some six hundred pages of records on the warehouse. they showed over 30 years -- oakland code enforcers received at least 22 complaints---including that there were people living on the property... something officials have claimed they were not aware of. (steve)you can follow our coverage of the ghost ship fire at kron-4 dot com.. there is a special section tracking all the stories since the tragedy.... including profiles on the victims and updates on upcoming court proceedings.
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after a jury decides antonlin garcia torres will spend his life in prison. (steve) kron-4's rob fladeboe has been following this story for years. and was in the courtroom when the sentence was handed down. jeff rosen/district attorney fate of a child murderer.... outside the courthouse after antolin garcia torres had just avoided the death penalty, district attorney jeff rosen telling reporters that the less said about garcia torres the betterjeff rosen" the jury made it so he will die in prison and never take another breath as a free man..."garcia torres had no obvious reaction to the verdict. the decision was unanimous. the jury rejected the prosecutions call to show him no mercy because he showed none to sierra lamar. in closing arguments, the defense had urged the jury to spare garcia torres,' life. that justice doesn't have to be an eye for an eye.brian matthews/defense attorney "we're thankful for the jury's verdict, we're still going to fight for him, we're very thankful..."there were some murmurs of disappointment in
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the courtroom but none of the raw emotion that occurred when he was found guilty last month. legal analyst steven clark suggests that the fact that sierra lamar has never been been found may have stayed the jury's hand. jeff rosen/district attorney" there is no joy in this verdict, only mourning the death of a child who was murdered, a void that will forever ache and will never be filled. may sierra's memory be a blessing for her family and for our community...."rob fladeboe/san josesanta clara county sheriff laurie smith also weighing in on the verdict saying that if garcia torres has one shred of decency left in his cold murderers' heart he will give up the location of sierra's body so her family and bring her home. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news (steve) we now know the
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name of the suspect in the death of an australian tourist in san francisco... the tourist... identified as 33- year-old matthew bate... was killed during a fight outside a hotel on van ness avenue. police arrested the suspect inside a nearby hotel. he's 34-year-old david murillo of hesperia -- that's in southern california. murillo is in jail and is expected to be charged with murder. (steve) to the east bay where a fire along highway 24 snarled traffic for most of the afternoon.(vicki) the fire burned about 25 acres and took several hours to bring under control. (vicki)kron 4's charles clifford is live for us tonight in orinda with details about what triggered the fire well, it's not even summer yet and most of the hills here in the east bay area already brown and dry and that means
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higher fire danger. just before 1pm, a sedan parked along the side of highway 24 westbound caught fire and sparked a grass fire that quickly spread up the hillside. this blaze required a two alarm response that included crews responding from orinda, san ramon valley and cal fire.the chp also shutdown several lanes of highway 24 westbound so fire fighters could move equipment into place.fire crews on foot worked to surround the burnzone and flame retardant was dropped on the hillside to keep the flames from spreading north.by around 3pm, cal fire tweeted out that they had the fire 75 percent contained and by early evening he fire appeared to be under complete control.in all, 25 acres were burned. . mostly grass. . . no structures were lost and no injuries have been reported. no word yet on exactly why the car caught fire along highway 24.in orinda, charles clifford kron 4 news.
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(steve) well fire season is on its way... and as summer approaches temperatures are expected to rise.(vicki) kron-4's chief meteorologist brittney shipp is here now ...with a closer look at what we can expect dry and seasonable weather today into tuesday. some cooling starts by wednesday ahead of the next weather system. on thursday a late season cold front will likely bring some light rain to the north bay down to around the golden gate. lingering showers and cool on friday. dry with a warming trend next weekend. ahead at eight.. uber and lyft facing court orders...to hand over information about their drivers. plus. a
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pair on big cat sightings within hours ahead at eight.. uber and lyft facing court orders...to hand over information about their drivers. plus. a pair on big cat sightings within hours of each other on the peninsula. where mountain lions were spotted. and next. new details about one of the terrorists in an attack on london bridge....why police should've know about him.
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"as a proud, and patriotic british muslim, i say this. you do not commit these disgusting acts in my name." (applause)(steve) london's muslim mayor led a tribute to the victims of last weekend's terror attack.(vicki) tonight we know the identities of two of three terrorists blamed for killing eleven people and critically injuring 18 others, (steve)27 year old khuram shazad butt, on the left was on the radar of police.catherine heenan says he was actually featured in a british t-v documentary, called 'the jihadis next door.
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salaam akbarthe documentary showed the future terrorist praying and displaying an islamist flag in london's regent park.he was reportedly on a watch list, but not a priority because he was not known to be planning an attack. naton saturday night, the three terrorists drove their van into pedestrians on london bridge ... then began stabbing bar and restaurant patrons before being shot by police. prime minister theresa may, in the middle of an election campaign, called for a sweeping review of britain's anti=terror laws.theresa may/british prime minister: "it's time to say enough is enough."normally unarmed british police are now in combat gear:ballistic helmets and kevlar vests to protect against bullets andknives.they are carrying american made semi=automatic weapons.new barriers went up overnight on three bridges over the thames.
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the london and sutherk bridges are closed to vehicle traffic. many nearby streets are also closed.forensic investigators have been combing through the scene. but just a few yards away - the city was getting back to its normal pace... commuters rushed to work...defying britain's third act of terrorism since april. mos: "i am not going to let terrorists stop me. all of us are going to work and not letting this stop us." "you could feel it on the train this morning. people weren't scared. they were chatting and smiling. we are though here." "i have no respect for terrorists and i am certainly not going to be frightened by them." (vicki) and the white house... is denying that president trump is picking a fight with london's mayor after this weekend's terror attack. white house officials say the president's comments over social media...are not related to the mayor's muslim faith. president trump took to twitter today saying-- "pathetic excuse by london mayor sadiq khan who had to think fast on his 'no reason to be alarmed' statement!" mainstream media working hard to sell it. that- in response to khan's comment that citizens should not be alarmed about an increase in police presence going forward. and this is the second day president trump tweeted at mayor khan. (vicki) san francisco...is going after ride-hauling companies uber ride-hauling going after at mayor khan.trump tweeted president trump tweeted at mayor khan. (vicki) san (vicki)
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san francisco...is going after ride-hauling companies uber and lyft.(steve) the city by the bay... has issued subpoenas for both companies. government officials are investigating drivers driving records ...what neighborhoods they serve ...whether they create hazards on the road ...and how accessible their cars are for the disabled. about 45-thousand drivers work in the city... but some commute from southern california to work in san francisco the city is taking these measures because they want to ensure the companies are following state laws that require equal accommodations. (vicki) san carlos residents are advised to be extra cautions following two mountain lion sightings over the weekend. around 9-40 saturday night-- a mountain lion crossed the road in front of a driver. about two hours later-- a resident spotted a cat standing on a hillside near his home on brittan avenue. in each sighting the mountain lion left the area on its own. if you encounter a mountain
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lion, experts say you should not run. instead try to make yourself look as big as possible by waving your arms. you should also make noise and throw rocks and other objects. dry and seasonable weather today into tuesday. some cooling starts by wednesday ahead of the next weather system. on thursday a late season cold front will likely bring some light rain to the north bay down to around the golden gate. lingering
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showers and cool on friday. dry with a warming trend next weekend. new ahead at 8. a family says they're angry after their daughter's new ahead at 8. a
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family says they're angry after their daughter's soccer team is dis-qualified...the shocking reason why. ((gary sports tease))"coming up a little bit
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later in this broadcast. draymond green talks back to a reporter. lebron talks back to a reporter. we'll have a little bit of that business here. and also the giants, hey, they played in milwaukee. season's still going you know. a little bit later in this broadcast." ((vicki))here's what we're tracking tonight at ten... dramatic video of an out-of- control car driving in the wrong lane.but what happened next has people calling this man who hopped into the window...a hero. the medical emergency that forced this good samaritan to jump into action.that's tonight on kron 4 news at ten.
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(steve)apple kicked off its annual world wide developer conference in san jose... today apple unveiled new software and hardware..kron 4
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tech reporter gabe slate shows us what's new ((pkg))" we thrilled to announce amazon is coming to.. ".the crowd would not even let tim cook finish the announcement. this is something apple tv owners have wanted since the device came out amazon prime video to work with apple tv. it seemed like it would never happen since they are competitors but this fall the two will be getting along in one media streaming box ios 11 the next mobile operating system for iphones and ipads will be out this fall they gave a sneak peek at new features it will bring "apple pay for person to person payments" in ios 11 people will be able to pay eachother through imessage with apple payments this is apple's version of paypal or venmo.. a quick way to pay family, or friends ios 11 will upgrade their maps app to
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include more details inside public places like airports and shopping centers. "will take you inside malls, every floor, see everything" and the new mobile operating system will include a handy do not desturb feature when you you're driving if you activate it.. it will know based off gps and bluetooth that you are in a vehicle "this is what it looks like when notification comes in" and apple showed off a augmented reality developer kit they are releasing to promote the production of ar featueres for the iphone and ipad. they showed off some cool examples. adding virtual objects to the real world. some intense ar games that developers are working on were shown off. you can expect apple to be pushing ar in the iphone and ipad in a big way with ios 11 when it's out in the fall.
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ahead at eight.. the james comey testimony is on after president trump says he won't block the former f-b-i director. what comey could reveal about the president. plus. you're out. harvard rescinds offers to nearly a dozen freshmen. what they did online to lose their coveted spots and next. six months later --- criminal charges are filed in the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire. tonight we talk to a former tenant about the men accused. ((brittney tease))i'm kron 4 meteorologist brittney shipp. coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast.details are right after the break.
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the bathroom. when things go wrong here, you remember. quilted northern is designed to work so well, you can forget your bathroom trips. but little miss puffytail can never forget. "the only thing worse than having such large ears, is having such large eyes." ( steve) criminal charges filed
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against two men in the deadly ghost ship fire. tonight a former tenant of the warehouse says she was elated to hear about charges against her former landlord.(vicki) kron 4's alecia reid spoke with shelley mack, who has been outspoken since 3 dozen people were killed in that fire 6 months ago... she joins us live from oakland tonight.alecia, what does she have to say? shelley and another former tenant met up this evening for what they consider a somewhat celebratory dinner.they do not sympathize with the men arrested . and they believe these arrests should have happened months ago, but none the less, they are grateful that it has finally happened. the former leaseholder of the ghostship, derick almena is said to have been difficult to work with if a tenant had any issues with their living situations.both him and max harris who lived and worked at the warehouse have been charged with 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter almena did apologize to the victims' families last
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december, but many people could not find solace in that apology.the investigation continued throughout the last 6 months, and now almena and max could face up to 39 years in prison if convicted of all the charges being brought against them.shelley mack had a volatile relationship with her former landlord during the time she lived at the ghost ship.she called police a number of times to complain about unsafe living conditions, and when she moved out, she says she promised him he'd pay for the dilapidated conditions he allowed tenants to live in.however she says she had no clue the deadly fire would take place, leaving so much sorrow and heartache to many others.in the wake of all this, she believes more people, and public agencies should be held accountable.sot - shelley mackpg&e is one of
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to say? shelley and another former tenant met up this evening for what they consider a somewhat celebratory dinner.they do not sympathize with the men arrested . believe these arrests should have months ago, but none the less, they are grateful that happened.the former the ghostship, derick almena is said to have been difficult a tenant had their living situations.max harris who lived and warehouse have been 36 counts of involuntary manslaughteralmena did apologize to families last december, but many people could not find apology.the investigation continued the last 6 months, and now almena and max could face up to 39 if convicted of all the charges being against them.shelley mack had a volatile relationship with her former landlord during the time she lived at the ghost ship.she called police a number of times to complain about unsafe living conditions, and when she moved out, she says she promised him the dilapidated conditions he allowed tenants to live in.however she (steve) the comey testimony is 'on'.... the white house confirmed today that president trump will not try to block testimony by fired fbi director james comey.. (vicki) he'll appear before congress on thursday......to talk about conversationshe had with president trump. senators will be looking for clarification on a memo written by comey... in which he reportedly said the president told him to 'go easy' on former national securityadviser michael flynn. comey was fired while in the middle of an investigation into russian involvement in the
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u.s. elections.. russian president vladimir putin calls those claims untrue...and scoffs at reports thatrussia has damaging information on president trump. u.s. intelligence agencies have concluded that russia 'did' meddle in the election...to hurtthe bid of democrat hillary clinton. (steve) in orlando... the former employee of a auto part manufacturer shot and killed five former colleagues before turning the gun on himself. authorities say the gunman-- john neumann -- targeted his victims and had a "negative reltionship" with at least one of them police say eight people were able to escape the rampage. and neumann sparred the life of a woman who started working there... after he was fired in april. she then woman called police. authorities believe neumann reloaded his gun at least once during the rampage. according to government statistics... fatal workplace shootings like this one are on the rise. (vicki) the lone gunman behind the casino attack that left 37 dead in the philippines last week... was in debt and had a gambling
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problem(steve) that's according to police...who confirmed the suspect's identity as jesse carlos. this security camera captures carlos walking through the casino dressed in all black and strapped with this weapon. you can see him set casino tables on fire and firing his gun. authorities catch up with carlos in a hallway with their guns drawn. police in the philippines say that the attack was a robbery, not terrorism. (steve) take a look (steve) take a look at this picture. a man in canada put his own life on the line trying to finish moving his lawn. the man was doing some yard work when a gigantic tornado was headed in his
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direction. he told his wife... quote... "i'm keeping an eye on it"... his wife took a picture to send to her parents in south africa.. and it soon went viral. she says the tornado was actually not as close as it looks -- there was no sign they were in imminent danger. she says next time... he'd better get inside faster! (vicki) a live look outside as the sun sets over the golden gate bridge.(steve) let's check in with kron- 4's brittney shipp with a look ahead at your week. dry and seasonable weather today into tuesday. some cooling starts by wednesday ahead of the next weather system. on thursday a late season cold front will likely bring some light rain to the north bay down to around the golden gate. lingering showers and cool on friday. dry with a warming trend next weekend.
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still ahead at 8. what one dad wore at his son's graduation that has the internet buzzing. and next... disqualified from the soccer team because organizers say they thought she was a boy, now an 8 year old's family
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include tiredness, headache and weakness. ready to let go of hep c? ask your hep c specialist about harvoni. (steve) a stunning story out of nebraska tonight...that's starting to get shared around the country. a little girl on a soccer team...told she can't play...because people in charge...thought she was a boy. (vicki) even worse...the organizers banned her whole team from competing. grant lodes is here with details...and what happens next. (grant) you heart just goes out to mili hernandez. she loves her hair short...but it cost her and her team a chance to continue in a torunament. mili is really good at soccer...she's 8 years old...but plays with 11 year olds on a traveling club team. this weekend...mili helped lead her team to the finals of a girls soccer tournament in springfield nebraska. but on yesterday - right before taking the field - mili and her team were suddenly
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disqualified. springfield soccer organizers believed mili was a boy.
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revoked admission offers to at least 10 prospective freshmen over offensive online messages. (vicki) insiders at the ivy league university say the students posted images and comments in a private facebook group mocking sexual assault, the holocaust and racial minorities. harvard tells admitted students that offers can be withdrawn for behavior that "brings into question their honesty, maturity or moral character." a harvard spokeswoman told reporters that no names are being revealed... the school doesn't comment on the admission status of individual students. (vicki) a father in texas attended his son's high school graduation wearing a very memorable tie. (steve) back in first grade his son gave him a pokemon tie for father's day. eleven years later -- he surprised his son by wearing the tie on his big day. a photo of the pair on twitter has already received more than 400- thousand likes. according to his son's profile, he'll be attending the university of texas at austin.
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in sports... the shark bites the brewers in milwaukee as the giants rally late...... and the warriors are off to ceveland for gmes three and four of the n-b-a playoffs... gary has lebron james and draymond green gettinga little edgy with the media... that's coming up there's a place like no other... where a walk down main street... where a walk down main street... blah blah blah .. hey! the name's rocket and i need your help! the collector has trapped my friends, the guardians of the galaxy in this weird...freakshow... check it out...this is the joint we're in... and we need you to help us break out! got it?...good...now move it!...i gotta go! ...here there is magic for days!
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pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline,
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adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center. we can never forget what happened in san bruno. that's why we're working every day to make pg&e the safest energy company in the nation. typically -- when using your phone to buy things -- you need to use an app.either from a bank -- credit card -- or third party -- like paypal.but according to the consumer federation of america -- some apps -- store more information about you than you realize. like your name -- home address -- and email address.they may also keep records of your calls and texts.the contacts on your phone.your calendar. and websites you visit.apps
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can even track your phone's whereabouts.where you shop --what you buy -- and how much you spend.some apps may share your info with other companies. but there are simple steps to keep private information safe. lock your phone when you're not using it.read an apps' privacy policyand know who gets what information.be careful when using public wi-fi because hackers and scammers can access your sensitive banking information.next time you think about paying by phone -- also remember to protect yourself.for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney giants in milwaukeesausage races pam not here but we still show them the italian
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sausage wonbottom 1st/scoreless a freak play orlando calixte makes the catch on the fly ball and guns it home hoping to beat eric sogard on the sac fly but he overthrows everything and the ball goes through the net and into the stands so domingo santana also scores as he is awarded an extra base calixte can't believe it 2-0 brewerstop 5th/ 2-1 brewerseduardo nunez solo home run to left field 2-2 tie(nunez: 2 hits, 4th home run)bottom 7th/ 2-2jezz samardzija in a one out runners and 2nd and 3rd jam but he strikes out nck franklin then jonathan villar to end the inning(samardzija: 7 2/3, ip, 6 hits, 1 earned run, 10 k's)top 8th/ 2-2 tie pinch-hitter aaron hill goes into the left field corner buster posey and brandon crawford score 4-2 giants final: 7-2 giants (24-35) samardjiza retired 19 straight hitters at one point the warriors in the same spot they were last year but this
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time it feels differentsteve kerr. his first appearance since game two of the first round gets some love from lebron jamesjames was brilliant with a triple-double but durant the 4th player in nba finals history with 30- plus points and 5 blocks in a game he had 33 and added 13 reboundsspeaking of triple- doublessteph curry 32 points, 11 assists, 10 rebounds despite being only 4-11 from three and committing 8 turnoversthis afternoon durant getting on the plane for clevelandhere are curry, durant and james on moving n the cleveland for games 3 and 4 (sot: curry, durant & james) "knowing what a road game in the finals in cleveland is like, the atmosphere is their crowd gets crazy and we have to do the little things to withstand their runs that they're going to make""we just
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try to play hard and try to play smart every possession down. can we do that? we could play hard every possession, but can we play smart? that's the question sometimes." lebron: i mean, are you a smart guy?reporter: i think so. lebron: you think so, right? so we don't defend homecourt, what happens?reporter: yeah, i know. that's what i'm saying. lebron: i'm asking you. reporter: well yeah, then you guys are looking at getting swept.lebron: all right. so, that answered your question. and here's how the scheule breaks down... in clevland wednesday and friday for games 3 and 4... then if the cavs can win one... back to oakland for game 5 monday... if necessary after the game draymond green wasn't a fan of a question from the mercury news' mark
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purdy concerning his on-court behaviorreporterhowyou've been able to restrain yourself emotionallyand avoid getting -- kevin durant: geez.draymond green: you act like i'm just this troubledguy who's been in a bunch of trouble and can't controlmyself and jesus christ. q. you've avoided going over the line, right, to getany t's so far?kevin durant: you waiting on him to go across the line.q. no, i'm interested in what his -- how he's beenable to do that.draymond green: i just been playing basketball, brother. and and it seems the warriors are so good, vegas thinks they'd beat one
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of the greatest teams of all time. after consulting handful of vegas bookmakers, espn reported today that the warriors would be favored in a series against the 1995-96 chicago bulls. those bulls went 72-10...and set the record for greatest regular season of all time until golden state surpassed that last year. one bookmaker had the warriors favored by as many as 8-points. and it looks and the 49ers have added a new weapon to their pass rush....in veteran linebacker elvis dumervil. the 5-time-pro bowler has spent the past four seasons with the
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ravens... and before that he was with the broncos. the 33-year-old has racked up 99-sacks in his career.
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tonight at 10 something seems out of place with this video but i can quite place nats: ambiance oh wait i know, .. i'll explain in of people behaving badly (vicki)law and order s-v-u... is next then, we are back at 10:00 with the day's big stories, including people behaving badly, gary has sports... and your four zone weather forecast with brittney shipp. it's the kron 4 news at ten ... right here on the bay area's news station.
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[ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ]
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[ man narrating ] in the criminal justice system, sexually based offenses are considered especially heinous. in new york city, the dedicated detectives... who investigate these vicious felonies... are members of an elite squad... known as the special victims unit. these are their stories. morning. weekend quiet, i hope. yep, except the blackouts friday night on 58. what the hell happened? friedman and sons. scheduled renovation rewiring. oh, yeah. cameras come back online okay? tony's checking it now. - boss, you better see this. - what's wrong? she's there. - then the power went out. - someone pulled her into the men's room. call the cops-- special victims unit-- and let's search 58.

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