tv KRON 4 News at 10 KRON July 15, 2017 10:00pm-11:00pm PDT
(jr stone) now at ten.. triple digit temperatures hitting parts of the bay area once again and it's not over yet...(justine) tonight much of the bay area is under a heat advisory...(jr stone) thanks for joining us i'm j-r stone...(justine) and i'm justine waldman... fire warnings have also been issued for some areas because the hot and dry conditions... could help fuel wildfires... (jr stone) meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with details on just how long this heat wave is sticking around for. lawrence? lawrence karnow: another weekend,
another round of hot, triple digit temperatures for part of the bay area. it's been a hot summer so far and today was no exception. highs soared into the 100s in many of the interior valleys. but it was almost 40 degrees cooler at the coast. heat advisories are up once again away from the coast and bay as temperatures will head back into the 90s and low 100s again tomorrow. we're also seeing a few monsoonal clouds sweeping
across our skies too. it will be even hotter tomorrow. we'll break down those temperaters in a few minutes. (justine) in the north bay, fire fighters were put to the test amid scorching temperatures. kron 4's ella sogomonian is in novato with a heat advisory warning. fire crews from five different agencies were called out to a brush fire amid scorching temperatures just after 4 in the afternoon saturday. the fire broke out on the side of the westbound 37 freeway in novato but traffic wasn't impacted.sot: captain mike taul, novato fire department// "fortunately the wind didn't kick up today but that is a huge contributing factor to the spread of wildfire."fire fighters were able to contain the blaze at 3 quarters of an acre within 15 minutes.the national weather service issued the red flag warning
for the north and east bay hills that's in effect until 9 sunday night.sot: captain mike taul, novato fire department// "the heat advisory is obviously something that we pay a lot of attention to and i think the public out there should as well because it does impact us significantly when we come into fire season. we're seeing extreme heat up and down california right now." captain taul says outoor burns are not recommended during the heat wave; reminds drivers not to flick cigarettes out of the car, and to get yard work done in early morning hours. in novato ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (justine) just in to the kron four news room. a car caught on fire on southbound 680 in pleasant hill after a multiple crash and take a look at those flames... in this video sent to us by a kron 4 news viewer. the fire slowed down traffic in both directions. it happened just after 8:30 tonight. fire fighters blasted water on the car... putting it out. no word yet on what caused this car to burst into flames.
(jr stone) crews are still trying to put out the alamo fire in san luis obispo county. the fire has burned more than 28-thousand acres and it has destroyed a home. the fire is now 94-percent contained. farmworkers say the flames came close to their crops but did not burn any. a farm manager says the falling ash was dry and easy to manage. kevin gee/manager, darensbarries"it was easy for us to vacuum up with our normal bug vacs and vacuum before we picked it"(jr stone) a supervisor of the ranch says cleaning up the ashes took a long time but they're happy their crops weren't destroyed. (justine) another massive fire is burning in santa barbara county that has already destroyed 8 homes and 12 outbuildings.... the whittier fire has now burned more than 17-thousand acres... and it is only 35-percent contained... reporter tracy lehr spoke to some people in the area who are
dealing with the massive flames... the week old whitter fire doesn't appear to dying down despite continual water and fire retardent drops flames flared upleaving a thick trail of colorful smoke dropping ashes on people and homesjames michael freer/homeowner sot after dark the fire burned bright in canyons and along ridges in hard to get places some flames are estimated to be 200 feet highel capitan ranch evacuated but the el capitan canyon resort off the coast highway has notmike eliason /santa barbara county fire "the fire is that far away that's ok right now but that might change as the evening progresses and wind shifts that will make a difference and that is why we have these contingency plans"
the burning is too close for comfort for locals who know the history of devastating fires in this countybryan georgi/helping relatives sot crews are working to protect people and property as the whittier fires burns into another summer weekend (justine) take a look at this newly released dash cam video-- it shows santa barbara county sheriff's deputies driving down a small dirt road through the whittier wildfire last week... they were trying to rescue kids and staff from a summer camp. but the road is surrounded by falling debris... and a wall of flames moves quickly toward them. the deputies are unable to go any further and had to turn back. it was a multiple agency effort to rescue the dozens of campers, counselors
and staff trapped at the circle-v ranch camp-- but in the end, everyone was evacuated safely. (jr stone) for up to the minute weather and traffic updates download our kron4 mobile app it's free in the apple app store and google play store. we will also notify you when breaking news happens in your area with push alerts. (jr stone) another big story tonight.... the body of a missing teen was found near train tracks in haywardnow that boy's family wants answers. 18-year-old issac andino went for a run yesterday afternoonand never came home. his family says andino jogs reguarlyand went for a run from his house in hayward ...to garin park. he attended nearby chabot college. investigators are searching for details surronding his death. (justine) an update to a breaking news story from last night... the berkeley mother who allegedly abducted her 5- year old daughter... is now in
police custody. 34-year-old laquita davis is now in custody of pittsburg police. she is accused of taking her daughter on friday night from prince street, not far from the ashby bart station. the young girl is safe, according to police. police also tell us.. davis is homeless and has low mental capacity. (justine) three people were shot about a block from the cal campus. this happened aroung 2-45 this morning.. on durant avenue and bowditch street. berkeley police tell us .. two groups of men got in a fight when people starting shooting. the men ran from officers who were able to catch and arrest two suspects the victims were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. one gun was found at the scene. (jr stone) things are back to normal in sunnyvale after grenades in the public safety building led to evacuations. things actually turned out much better than you would think. kron four's spencer blake brings us details from
the south bay. (looklive)for a couple hours saturday this whole public safety complex was cleared out. it all started because a couple came into the lobby at about 11:30.they set down a box of items and went to the desk officer to tell him they had some ammunition they wanted to dispose of properly. take a look at some of the items inside the box - three rocket propelled grenades.the world-war-two era weapons caused officers to pause and evacuate the 15 or 20 people in the building for their safety.the santa clara county bomb squad came out quickly to take a look.fortunately, an x-ray showed there was no explosive material inside the grenades.a police officer on the scene says they are ánot treating the husband and wife as criminals."their intentions were good. they had found these devices in one of their parent's garage they were cleaning out. so with good intent, they wanted to get rid of it. unfortunately all good intentions sometimes don't lead the best way."(vo) they're not facing any charges. during the evacuation, 9-1-1
services got transferred over to county communications, so there was no gap in emergency dispatch.officers cleared the scene and reopened the street by about three o'clock. (looklive)if áyou ever come across what you think may be an explosive, officers say you should get away, don't touch it, and call 9-1-1.rather than bringing it in.in sunnyvale, spencer blake, kron four news. (justine) san francisco police are looking for the person...who crashed a car into the gucci store in union square... and stole thousands of dollars worth of merchandise. it happened around 3 this morning. police say the driver backed the car into the high-end store's front window ... grabbed items and took off. officers are looking for one suspect... no description of that suspect tonight. (jr stone) coming up on kron4 news at ten... the bridal shop owner that helped
reunite more than a dozen brides with their dresses... after a top wedding dress retailer shut down.(justine) caught on camera: young teens throwing rocks at family's house... where it happened and why peopl ein the area say it's more than just vandalism...(jr stone) and after the break... find out what a woman in the south bay displayed in front of her shop that made her become a target... we'll explain...
(jr stone) happening now.... fremont police are looking for two men accused of harrassing a shop owner for displaying the rainbow flag in front of her business.(justine) hermela aregawi joins us now... hermela, you say the victim says she was shocked that this happened in her part of town. she says she was caught completely off guard, this is niles canyon.. a part of fremont that is known for being generally very accepting and inclusive.the victim and her family have owned the shop for seventeen years and say in all that time. they haven't experienced anything quite like this. rae steckler-homorody says the encounter left her shaken.rae steckler-homorody/shop owner: i was shocked at how rattled i was by the whole incident. he was extremely belligerent, really angry. a man entered her antique store angry that the pride flag was flying outside of her shop rather than the american flag.rae steckler-homorody/shop owner: he said can you tell me what
you're hanging it? i said i hang the rainbow flag because i'm an ally.she says he then started yelling obsceneties at her.rae steckler-homorody/shop owner: don't you know that men died for you and died for this country and what's the matter with you. twenty five minutes later.. the longtime shop owner says the man returned with a second person and continued to berate her.that's when a witness called police and she was able to snap this picture of the two.rae steckler-homorody/shop owner: i get goosebumps just thinking about it. i had a moment of uncomfortable behavior by an irate member of society. my friends in teh lgbt community experience far worse on a much greater scale. we reached out to fremont police.they have yet to publically release the faces of the suspects.we're also told there's a license plate number that's being looked at. back to you guys. (jr stone) a possible hate crime was caught on security video. it shows young men
throwing rocks at a family's house, breaking their windows in the middle of the night. survaillance video caught all the action. the rocks that were thrown broke a front window of tarlock singh's home and scarying his entire family. tarlock's family moved from india several years ago. the family says it's not the first time something like this has happened to their home. a neighbor believes the teens actions was an act of hate crime. dar hintz/ neighbor:"they could have just as easily thrown the rocks through my window or damaged my truck and they didn't. they went strictly for his house."(jr stone) the sheriff's department isn't ready to call this a hate crime just yet. the investigation is in the early stages -- at this moments they're focused on identifying the people involved with the crime. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence
karnow. lawrence karnow: another weekend, another round of hot, triple digit temperatures for part of the bay area. it's been a hot summer so far and today was no exception. highs soared into the 100s in many of the interior valleys. but it was almost 40 degrees cooler at the coast. heat advisories are up once again away from the coast and bay as temperatures will head back into the 90s and low 100s again tomorrow. we're also seeing a few
monsoonal clouds sweeping across our skies too. you can see the big ridge of high pressure building into california. the desert air will stick around for another day before the sea breeze strengthens to cool us down. it will be very hot in the central valley. highs in sacramento could hit 106 degrees. air quality is also suffering and becoming stagnant. it will be hot again tomorrow with temperatures as high as 104 in the east bay. highs inside the bay will be
(justine) the owner of a bridal shop came to the rescue when one of the largest wedding dress retailers all of the sudden went out of business. michelle martin from seattle found the wedding dress of her dreams at alfred angelo bride in roseville. then-- just a week before her wedding-- michelle learned that the retailer was shutting down. there was no way she
could get to the alfred angelo store in time to save her dress. it was jennifer baker blackman to the rescue. jennifer owns enchanted bridal in fair oaks california. she grabbed the dresses from the store that was closing and took the dresses to her store. then started spreading the word. (jennifer baker blackman/owner, enchanted bridal): "we just decided, let's take them. because if we don't take them today then they are never going to get their dresses,"(michelle martin/purchased alfred angelo dress): "i saw something on facebook that the stores had closed, so of course i panicked ... i heard that dresses are going to this enchanted bridal." (justine) michelle contacted enchanted bridal and sure enough... her dress had been saved. michelle says she is forever grateful to jennifer and her store. (justine) now to an update on a story we first told you about last week... a rat was caught on camera.... crawing all over restaurant counters in daly city. (jr stone) several restaurants are still closed tonight because of this... i talked with witnesses and restaurant owners who are
defending their businesses. this is video showing a rat walking along the counter in a daly city restaurant called upside down burger. video that has gone viral since it was posted on saturday night. sot when i first seen the rat it's like anything i jumped out of my body i mean seriously i don't want to get bit by the thing i mean i'm a big guy but that will take you down.robert bell recorded this and says he was with his family eating what was a good burger when things took a turn. sot the lady she jumps up.she is screaming, she's yelling, runs and says i'm not eating here i'm not eating here and she points towards the flower jug. sot we here the other lady she drops her water jug she screams i'm like what's going on.sot simotaneously the wife looks at the plant and see the mouse the rat.bell says his family ran out but he stayed in the restaurant to get his refund and recorded video of the rat as he waited. as for who's to blame for the
rodentthat's to be determined but the health department is now involved. in two inspections since saturday. upside down burger, has passedso has the dominos two doors downnot the case for house of sisig located right next door to upside down burger. the san mateo county health department has shut them down due to evidence of vermin infestation. we asked the owner of house of sisig, who did show us his restaurant being cleaned, if he is to blame.sot so are the problems coming from your restaurant? i don't think so it might be coming from all of us i don't knowsot they said they saw some infestation said i have to clean it up and everything. the owner of upside down burger disagrees saying this isn't a building problem or attic problem or the health department would have made sure everyone closed. he allowed kron 4 access to his restaurant tuesday saying he has nothing to hide. he stores just a small amount of food in a small refrigerated area under the grills, even going so far as showing us his contract with a cleaning company that comes every night. robert bell says he doesn't know what happened, why it happened, but says people need to beware. sot the thought of mice rats roming around throughout the day. i can only imagine what happens at night.just that thought had my stomach turning.
all with worry-free ownership. head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone... shift your thinking about buying your next one. s-p-c-a hosted it's annual adopt-a-thon at jack london square in oakland today. (justine) local animal shelters and rescues feature more than 300 animals in hopes of finding them forever-homes. kron4's jeff pierce was at the adopt-a-thon. thousands of pet lovers
attended the east bay spca's annual adopt-a-thon in oakland's jack london square on saturday.last year we had five thousand people, we know there's going to be more this year.more than three hundred and fifty adoptable animals from pet adoption agencies throughout california were available to those looking to adopt a pet.we came here looking for a pit and when we saw her we instantly fell in love. pits are really good dogs and were excited it all worked out.there's a reason this annual event is held each summer.in the summer when the heat is higher they tend to have more puppies and kittens. right now in our booth we have nothing but puppies and kittens but people love that, they get snapped up we get a lot of adoptions but it's because our shelters are full of puppies and kittens right now. one can't deny the alure of a new puppy.this beautiful face right here.she was rescued and we wanted to bring her into our home and give her some love.breed specific rescue had adult dogs available for adoptions.the majority of our dogs are racing grey hounds they're retired from racing.they are quiet so they're not going to wake your neighbors up and we think they're just the sweetest things on earth.those breed specific rescue
organizations often have even stricter requirements than public shelters.they find a forever home and for any reason throughout their lives they need to be rehomed, it's contractual that they come home to us.not ready for a dog or a cat? how about a rat? they're very social and loving and very clean.perhaps a feathered friend might be more to your liking.he's a survivor of a very cruel sport, they breed them to be champions, they take them hundreds of miles from home and let them go and they fly their hearts out trying to get home, so the ones that are lucky enough to get rescued we help them to find safe homes were they won't be exploited.whatever your prefrences you couldn't escape cuteness. at jack london square in oakland jeff pierce kron four news. (jr stone) still ahead... the new details we are learning tonight about the victims and the safety concerns drawing from the deadly high rise fire in honolulu...(justine) and after the break we go in-depth
(jr stone) now at 10:30... family and friends are remembering a santa cruz man who died fighting isis in syria.(justine) robert grodt volunteered to join a kurdish militia that fights the terrorist group.(jr stone) reporter lauren seaver goes in depth tonight she spoke with some of those who knew him best. tammy grodt, grodt's mother: "i'm sorry that he can't continue to do good work in the world. i'm sorry that his energy isn't here."robert grodt's mother and sister lean on each other for support after losing their son and brother in his fight against isis.this is grodt a few months ago.robert grodt / file /no name font needed:"i'm gonna go out to syria i'm gonna go this is something i care about."five months after arriving in syria to help the kurdish independence movement,
local activist robert grodt is killed by gunfire.his family receiving the phone call last weekend.stephanie eason, grodt's sister:"they said it was the state department from the iraqi embassy and they were calling concerning robert. i hit the floor and handed the phone to my mom and said 'mom you have to take this call.'"grodt went to syria in february just days after his 28th birthday.he joined a kurdish militia called the "people's protection units" also known as ypg.in this video grodt explains his reasons for making such a dangerous decision.robert grodt / file / no name font needed:"my reasons for joining the ypg was to help the kurdish people in their struggle for autonomy within syria and elsewhere. also to do my best to fight and help create a more secure world."spike murphy, grodt's former work supervisor:"he believed that we all had the capacity to change the world. you just have to do it." friends and family say grodt was always fighting for change. in santa cruz, he worked for
two years on a campaign for equal rights.he fought against world economic inequality during occupy wall street. spike murphy, grodt's former work supervisor:"it was so important to him to create a better world for his daughter and it was not surprising for me at all that he would lose his life in the service of other people."stephanie eason, grodt's sister:"just his knowledge and everything he had to share with the world was incredible."tammy grodt, grodt's mother:"he's always got some plan, he's always got some idea, something in the world he's got to take care of. we'll greatly miss that." (justine) senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says he is deferring consideration of the g-o-p health care measure. the senate leader had planned action on the controversial bill next week... but senator john mccain announced today he would be staying in arizona following surgery for a blood clot. surgeons in phoenix say they removed a blood clot from above his left eye. that leaves the already struggling measure short of the support
it needs in the closely divided senate. (jr stone) an ad created by the national rifle association... used as a recruiting tool... is sparking outrage. hundreds of demonstrators returned to washington d-c this weekend .. to protest the national rifle association. it began on friday -- protesters marched 18-miles from the n-r-a headquarters in fairfax, virginia... all the way to the department of justice. people are protesting after the organization released a controversial recruitment video. the women's march co-president says this ad is a "direct endorsement of violence." tamika mallory / women's march co-president: "when the nra is responsible for gun owners, people who have the ability to take lives they should be doing nothing more than speaking about de-escalation, safety." (jr stone) n-r-a's spokeswoman defended the ad by saying people who are protesting are the same
people that believe peaceful protest are the same as violent riots. (justine) we are learning tonight about the victims from the deadly high-rise fire in honolulu. a hawaiian airlines in-flight manager and his 85-year old mother are among the dead. the fire killed three people and injured 12. "it's horrendous, horrendous... it was flames shooting out and black smoke and because of the wind that was going clear around the building the building.smoke, smoke, smoke... so many smoke inaudible"the fire tore through the 26th floor of the marco polo building.it eventually spread from front to back... and up several floors.people including many elderly rushed to get out... "so i just stuck my head out the window and i could see the fire right above us on the unit next to us. there is also fire coming in through the elevators shaft so it actually smoking inside on the 25th floor.there was a police officer that help us get her
down stairs and helped carried her downstairs."the 5 alarm fire was visable for miles and blasted for hours.fire officials say conditions were extremely difficult... with crews being forced to evacuate several times. authorities said the apartment was built before sprinklers were required.mayor kirk caldwell/ honolulu: "high-rises should have a fire sprinkler system in place."many people went to the hospital for smoke inhalation. fire officals confirmed three people were died.all of them were found on the 26th floor."i looked down i could see the billowing smoke coming up and this is really sad. i heard three womens voices screaming, pleading, moaning, please help me please continuous screaming for five or ten minutes and then i didnt hear anymore." (justine) most people will be allowed back into the building. but three floors will remain closed because of
heavy smoke, water and fire damage. (jr stone) investigators say the four men that disappered in bucks county earlier this week were found dead after 20-year cosmo dinardo confessed of killing the men dinardo and sean kratz are responsible for the killings -- they were charged with the grisly slayings on friday. police say dinardo and kratz killed the four men during two different drug deal meetings. bucks county district attorney says the question of why they felt the need to kill the men may never be answered. both suspects are being held without bail (justine) o-j simpson will fight for his release from prison this week. the former football star has a parole hearing thursday in nevada. simpson has been in prison for the past nine years... convicted on armed robbery and kidnapping charges. he has already served his minimum sentence - and one defense attorney believes he is likely to receive a parole. if that happens, he could
be a free man as early as october. simpson was convicted of trying to take pieces of sports memorabilia that he claimed were stolen from him. he was acquitted of murder trial in 19-95, when he was accused of killing his wife, nicole brown simpson, and ron goldman (justine) coming up... amazing body cam video shows a train dragging an s-u-v with two people trapped inside... find out if they made it out alive...(jrs stone) and after the break... you may want to check your fridge... we'll tell you why more than seven-million pounds of hot dogs and other meats are being recalled tonight...
being recalled over bone pieces. according to the usda's food safety inspection service several customers reported pieces of bones and cartilage in the products. one customer reported a mouth injury. products from papaya king, 1906 premium, western beef, and stew leonard were also recalled for the same reason all the products between june 19th and october 6th were affected (jr stone) police in the north bay tell us tonight they are still searching for a woman who ripped off high school band members at a bake sale it happened outside of oliver's market in cotati monday. this is video showing the woman walking around the store before going outside to the bake sale. she is identified as 41-year-old michelle kruse. police say she used a fake 100 dollar bill to buy baked treats. the students then gave her 80
dollars in change. the money raised is going towards a disneyland trip for the marching band at rancho cotate high school. (sot) at one point one of the students realized the money was fake he chased her as she sped away in her dark colored, older model honda. if you recognize her call cotati police. (justine) coming up.. the hot and dry conditions are bringing wild animals into the neighborhoods... the latest bay area city with mountain lion sightings.... (lawrence: and i'll tell you how long this heat wave is going to last.)(jr stone) and ahead in sports...
(justine) take a look at this... harrowing moments in texas...when an s-u-v hit a stopped train.. then the train started to move... dragging the s-u-v... with two people trapped inside. and it was caught on a police officer's body cam. kevin quinn has the story. just after 230 this morning.. nats: "got at least one inside - trapped."a la marque police office arrived at the scene.. nats: "can you hit unlock?" this suv was westbound on main when it hit a stopped freight train.nats: "i know i know. .hold on, buddy -- we got medics coming.."as the officer tried to get out the two people inside, suddenly..nats: "what the??? get them to stop! stop that train! 35 -- call the railroad company .
.tell them to stop that train from moving! they're draggin' the car with people inside.." the train started to move. nats: "go to the front of the train. tell them to stop moving. they're dragging this car."it dragged the vehicle .. and the injured couple about 100 yards.nats: "shine a spot light in their eye.. do something to get .. up at the front."the officer did what he could.. trying to coordinate efforts further down the track to try to get the attention of the engineer while getting dispatch to frantically call union pacific. nats: "god! hold tight man ..were getting them to stop. getting them to stop."finally they got the train to stop. only they could they tend to the injured. (justine) police say the engineer did not realize the suv was wedged under the train. that driver is suspected of driving under the influence.. and is listed in serious condition. the woman passenger's injuries are
not considered life threatening. (jr stone) in bay area news. a mountain lion was spotted crossing a road in san mateo county near half moon bay. a resident saw the mountain lion thursday night on tunitas creek road. the big cat ran away into the wodoswithou t harming anyone. authorities are now warning residents to avoid feeding deerbecause deer attract mountain lions. residents are also asked to stop walking their pets at night even large dogs can be prey for mountain lions. (justine) in napa county. a toxic algae linked to the deaths of two dogs has been found in a pond in the huichica creek. the dangerous levels were discovered this afternoon. warning signs have been posted around the affected areas. experts say if the water has a lot of algae or scum floating in it, stay away from it. blue-green algae poisoning can
cause eye irritation, skin rashes, mouth ulcers and flu- like symptoms. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: another weekend, another round of hot, triple digit temperatures for part of the bay area. it's been a hot summer so far and today was no exception. highs soared into the 100s in many of the interior valleys. but it was
almost 40 degrees cooler at the coast. heat advisories are up once again away from the coast and bay as temperatures will head back into the 90s and low 100s again tomorrow. we're also seeing a few monsoonal clouds sweeping across our skies too. you can see the big ridge of high pressure building into california. the desert air will stick around for another
day before the sea breeze strengthens to cool us down. it will be very hot in the central valley. highs in sacramento could hit 106 degrees. air quality is also suffering and becoming stagnant. it will be hot again tomorrow with temperatures as high as 104 in the east bay. highs inside the bay will be in the 80s with 90s in the south bay and cool 60s at the coast. temperatures will begin to cool on monday and be near normal by midweek. next weekend will heat up again but it doesn't look as hot as this weekend. (jr stone) big saturday for the san francisco giants. madison bumgarner off the disabled list for the first time since april after his dirtbike accident the giants were taking on the padres from
petco park mad bum got off to a solid start but jabari blash hits a 2-run shot giving san diego a 3-2 lead -- bumgarner allowed 2 home runs, 3 runs, and 4 hits in seven innings game tied in the bottom of the ninth -- former giant, hector sanchez hits a 2-run homerun for the padres they win 5-3 (jr stone) as for the a's...they were taking on cleveland. game tied in the ninth -- khris davis smacks a two-run shot to win it on a walk off davis now has 25 homer runs this season oakland wins 5-3 (j.r.)usa soccer in action today in cleveland and fans were into this one.the national team taking on nicaragua saturday afternoon and this was a good one. thirty five minutes into this and the usa was looking good. joe corona making moves.all
sorts of moves then shoots and scores. one to nothing usa.then 2nd half the usa putting on the pressure again. another goal. usa looking good on saturday. they didn't give up any goals. they go on to win this thing. 3 to zero. by winning saturday they advance to the next group. women's final happening saturday at wimbledon.venus williams trying to become the oldest woman to win wimbledon in the open era at 37 years of age. unfortunately for the american it would not happen today. venus loses to gar-bina mue-gurutha. mue- gurutha has now beat both williams sisters in the finals of grand slam events. the only tennis player to do that. (j.r.)it might be the off season for the golden state warriors but steph curry has been busy as can be.he's at the american century championship celebrity golf tournament in lake tahoe this weekend. you can see curry
teeing off here with justin timberlake and tony romo of the cowboys. beautiful day for golf. yesterday curry was throwing the football around with aaron rodgers. at one point this afternoon curry took an alley-oop from romo. good times all around out in lake tahoe. and that is (justine) coming up... something big is coming to disneyland! find out when the new star wars land with open...
(jr stone) star wars fans.....grab a hold of your light saber!(justine) two star wars-themed lands will debut at disneyland and walt disney world in 2019.(jr stone) officials at the mouse house unveiled two large-scale models of the attractions thursday in anaheim. these two lands will be part of a 14- acre area....the biggest single-themed land expansion
for disney. construction on the two sections started last year and they are scheduled to open in 2019. (jr stone) next at the top of the hour. scorching hot temperatures are creating problems for fighterfighters across the bay area.(justine) crews fought off a brush fire in novato...that came dangerously close to a highway. keep it right here for kron 4 news at 11... all the day's big stories and your forecast, in half the time