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weekend plans. (mark) and the massive fire in mariposa county is still burning out of control. we'll have the latest on containment efforts and a look at the damage. . (darya) good darya folsom.. (mark) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (james)today will be a nice day with plenty of sunshine to enjoy. we're waking up this morning to mostly clear skies
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inland and patchy fog at the coast. temperatures are in the 50s. later this afternoon, those temperatures will climb to the low 90s for our warmest inland locations. it will be milder by the bay with mid 70s in the forecast. and at the coast, it will remain cool with highs only getting to the low 60s. today's highs are slightly warmer than yesterday's by about 2 to 5 degrees. we can expect similar warming to continue tomorrow. this weekend will see inland highs climb to the upper 90s saturday, but not enough to trigger any heat advisories. looks like temps will come back down to the 80s by as early as monday. sunrise in san francisco is at 6:05 am. sunset is at 8:27 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( mark ) a warning if you're in san francisco this weekend... muni will be closing down their part of their subways.( darya ) kron 4's will tran is live in san francisco this morning with more on how it could impact your plans. will. ( will ) san francisco (bcn) san francisco municipal railway subway service will be suspended on weeknights and weekends for four weeks starting this weekend to allow the testing of new light-rail vehicles, according to muni officials. testing will begin saturday, with service closed between the west portal and montgomery stations throughout the weekends through aug. 20 except for the weekend of aug. 11-13. bus shuttles will be available between embarcadero and st. francis circle all weekend and will stop on market street at stops marked with yellow half moon flags. additional shuttles will also operate between embarcadero and church at duboce during the weekends only, muni officials said.
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on weeknights, service between montgomery and west portal stations will stop by 9:30 p.m. bus shuttles will operate between embarcadero and st. francis circle, stopping at marked stops on market street from 9 p.m. until the close of service. surface train operations will continue, with the j-church line operating between balboa park and church/duboce, the k-ingleside between st. francis circle and balboa park, the l-taraval between sf zoo and west portal, the m-ocean view between san jose at geneva and west portal and ulloa, the n-judah between ocean beach and church and the t-third between embarcadero and sunnydale. during weekday evening san francisco giants games, muni metro trains will operate from the ballpark through the subway for around 90 minutes after games. customers will be able to exit but not enter stations, muni officials said.
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(mark) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) and even more traffic delays are expected on sunday during the 40th annual san francisco marathon. the marathon crosses the golden gate bridge from 6 am to 9
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a.m. on sunday. all northbound lanes will be closed during that time, and delays are expected in the southbound direction. the parking lots will be closed until 10 a.m. and no drop offs will be allowed. events for the race kick off today with the race expo. starting at noon today racers can pick up their race bibs at fort mason where the race expo is held. the race expo runs all weekend leading up to the marathon which starts at 5:30 sunday morning. ( mark ) new this morning... we are learning about another attack by teenagers at an east bay bart station.(darya) tiffany mcelroy is at the breaking news desk with the details. tiffany. (tiffany) the attack happened yesterday morning at the richmond bart station. police say five or six teenagers knocked a man to the ground and started kicking him in the head. he was taken to the hospital. there's still no word on his condition.. when police got to the scene they searched for the attackers but did not
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find them. the richmond police department is handling this investigation. this is just the latest incident of a string of crimes involving teenagers at bart stations. back in april dozens of teens rushed onto a bart train car in oakland. the mob of teens robbed and beat passengers. earlier this week the bart police chief said crime on trains and stations is on the rise. chief carlos rojas says they are working on hiring more officers to deal with the uptick of crime. back to you in the studio. . ( mark ) this morning firefighters are still struggling to get a handle on the detwiler fire burning in mariposa county near yosemite and more homes were destroyed overnight. moments ago cal fire said the wildfire grew to more than 74-thousand acres and the fire is just 15 percent contained. another eight homes were destroyed overnight bringing the total to 58 houses. another 11 homes have been damaged. 15-hundred homes are still in
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the path of that fire this morning. the fire broke out on sunday and now thousands of firefighters are trying to get it under control. and that includes firefighters from the bay area. ( mark ) and this morning we are getting a look at some of the damage left behind. you can see the charred landscape and some of the homes that were destroyed. thousands of people remain under an evacuation order this morning. people who live in the town of mariposa say they are worried about what will be left once the fire is finally out.
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school campus. racist graffiti was found at tamalpais high school on wednesday. police say the vandal used black spray paint to write the name of a well- known african american, along with profanity and a racial slur. a maintenance worker discovered the vandalism and painted over it. police are now looking into surveillance video to try to find the person responsible. ( darya ) this morning police in fremont are looking for the person who burned an american flag on another person's property. overnight police released this video showing the car they are looking for. it happened near mission boulevard and pickering avenue. the homeowner says that somebody walked up to their house and burned the american flag that was hanging in their yard. police say they are looking for a light-colored... newer-model honda civic with dark-tinted rear windows. (mark) police in san francisco are investigating a murder. it happened last night in the city's hayes valley neighborhood. a man was stabbed and died at the
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scene. police have not released any other information. (darya) a father killed while pushing his baby boy in a stroller in the east bay has now been identified. (mark) and this morning neighbors are speaking to kron4 about the moments they heard the shots fired. kron 4's phillipe djegal has the story. no name/neighbor- "he fell here. right like here. that's sad." as 29-year-old daniel del-toro's family light's candles and posts a picture of their loved one, where he passed away... a neighbor who wishes to remain private... says she heard at least three gunshots wednesday afternoon directly outside her home on willow avenue.no name/neighbor- "and, then when i looked out my window, i seen a body. and, that's my first time ever seeing somebody bleeding." del-toro's family describes him as a fun loving stay at home dad... who loved his son dearly. the son he was pushing in a stroller when he was killed. del-toro's family also says he loved basketball and all kinds of sports.sgt. ray kelly/alco sheriff's office- "we can't classify it as a driveby at
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this point. we do believe there's an associated vehicle. uh, we are looking for that car." sergeant ray kelly, with the alameda county sheriff's office says... initially, the child was placed in protective custody... but has since been reunited with his mother. he was not injured. kelly says investigators are looking into del-toro's background -- any possible gang-ties -- to determine who would have wanted him dead.sgt. ray kelly/alco sheriff's office- "his child is now going to have to grow up, um, knowing that they were there when their father was killed. so, i, you know, people's past, um, in times like this, there's nothing that would justify a crime like this. so, whether he has a criminal history or not, uh, that's irrelevant." del-toro is survived by his wife and young boy who live near the scene of the crime. in hayward, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( darya ) pittsburg police are looking for a 19-year-old responsible for shooting and
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killing a man outside of a ice cream store. police have identified the suspect as larry neal junior. they say he shot a 43-year-old man outside of baskin-robbins wednesday afternoon. the victim died. police say neal is considered armed and dangerous. ( darya ) police are warning people to use caution when hiking in the hills behind u-c berkeley after a recent mountain lion sighting. the animal was seen earlier this week behind the clark kerr campus. campus police say a construction worker spotted the mountain lion. campus police say hikers should not walk alone... and keep children and small pets within close proximity. ( darya ) and another mountain lion was spotted yesterday afternoon in san mateo. it was seen on viewridge (mark) breaking news out of washington. u.s. officials say the trump administration will ban american citizens from traveling to north korea. this announcement follows the death of american student otto warmbier (warm-beer), who passed away after falling into a coma in a north korean prison. secretary of state
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rex tillerson is expected to announce that the use of u.s. passports to enter north korea will be illegal. the restriction will go into effect 30 days after the ban is officially announced. ( darya ) coming up... after 9 years, o.j. simpson has been granted parole. hear from a bay area man who went to school with simpson and what he thinks about oj's early release. and... a humback whale rescued and it's all caught on camera. see the dramatic video.(robin) and i'm tracking your friday morning commute... . no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. (robin) and here's a live look outside... bay bridge (darya) in the weather
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center with james tracking the forecast... (james)
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(james)today will be a nice day with plenty of sunshine to enjoy. we're waking up this morning to mostly clear skies inland and patchy fog at the coast. temperatures are in the 50s. later this afternoon, those temperatures will climb to the low 90s for our warmest inland locations. it will be milder by the bay with mid 70s in the forecast. and at the coast, it will remain cool with highs only getting to the low 60s. today's highs are slightly warmer than yesterday's by about 2 to 5 degrees. we can expect similar warming to continue tomorrow. this weekend will see inland highs climb to the upper 90s saturday, but not enough to trigger any heat advisories. looks like temps will come back down to the 80s by as early as monday. sunrise in san francisco is at 6:05 am. sunset is at 8:27 pm. don't forget you can always get the
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latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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(darya) o-j simpson will be a free man later this year after being granted parole. (mark) the next step is for him to get approved by officials to move back to florida. chris welch details. (chris welch)oj simpson will soon be a free mandavid m smith / nevada board of parole commissioners: mr. simpson's eligibility date is october 1st, 2017 and he may be released from prison on or after the date once proposed release plans have been approved.simpson is nine years into a nine to 33 year sentence for kidnapping and armed robbery, stemming from a 2007 incident at a las vegas hotel but the board of commissioners determined simpson, who has stayed out of trouble while serving his time, has paid his debt to society.oj simpson / former nfl star: it wasn't worth it. you know, nine years away from your family, it just, just not worth it.if his parole plans are approved he plans to move
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to his home in floridasimpson is known throughout the world for his 1995 acquittal in the brutal murder of his ex-wife, nicole brown simpson, and her friend ron goldmanthe so-called 'trial of the century' came at a time when racial tensions were at a fever pitch, both in los angeles and throughout the country.a civil trial two years later found him liable for brown's and goldman's death. he was ordered to pay the family's a total of $33.5 million dollars.his story has resurfaced in recent critically acclaimed tv documentaries and dramas.in carson city, nevada, i'm chris welch. ( mark ) kron4 was at lucky's barber shop in oakland where people were watching the hearing closely. people there told us it was the right decision to let o-j out of prison. here's one man who went to college with simpson: < "it's very tragic. i mean, he went from humble beginnings to a football star, heisman trophy winner, a movie star, all of those things. to see him fall like this is very difficult">">( mark ) and
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now that he will soon be out of prison, the cost of o-j simpson memorabilia could see a decline in value. store owners say simpson will likely start signing more autographs again which could lower the value of his memorabilia. (darya) for your health... there has been an increase in valley fever cases in california. the new report from the department of public health says there were more than five thousand new cases last year. health officials say that is similar to the most recent peak in 20-11. kern county saw 22- hundred cases...the highest amount reported.. valley fever is usually caused by bacteria that infects certain types of soil then when that soil is stirred up by wind people can then breathe it in and get infected. (darya) a 45-foot long humback whale is rescued off the california coast. we first told you about this rescue earlier this week on the kron 4 morning news.
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but now we are getting our first look at video of the rescue. this happened off the coast of crescent city. this is video taken by a fisherman who helped with the rescue. the whale was tangled in fishing anchors. rescuers say the whale was having trouble raising its head above the water to breathe. it took nearly nine hours to free the whale. ( mark ) coming up... a toddler bitten by a police dog in the south bay. hear what the family is demanding this morning. and next... why a group of teenagers are being called heartless. what they did that has a family outraged. ( mark ) and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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580 at athe tolls. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( darya ) a group of teenagers caught on camera mocking a man while he was drowning won't face any charges. ( darya ) this happened in florida. this video was posted on social media. none of the five teens called for help... and 31-year-old jamel dun.. died. police call the boys "beyond heartless." the victim's body...was retrieved after five days of searching. those close to the victim are still in disbelief.
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( darya ) florida prosecutors say they could find no law that the teens had violated so no charges will be filed. (james) tracking your morning forecast. details coming up. (tiffany) breaking news from overnight... police in san jose are searching for an attacker who stabbed a man. i'll have the details just in to kron four.
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(mark) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (james)today will be a nice day with plenty of sunshine to enjoy. we're waking up this morning to mostly clear skies
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inland and patchy fog at the coast. temperatures are in the 50s. later this afternoon, those temperatures will climb to the low 90s for our warmest inland locations. it will be milder by the bay with mid 70s in the forecast. and at the coast, it will remain cool with highs only getting to the low 60s. today's highs are slightly warmer than yesterday's by about 2 to 5 degrees. we can expect similar warming to continue tomorrow. this weekend will see inland highs climb to the upper 90s saturday, but not enough to trigger any heat advisories. looks like temps will down to the 80s by as early as monday. sunrise in san francisco is at 6:05 am. sunset is at 8:27 pm. you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices. no major hot spots. golden gate bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the
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toll plaza. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) breaking news we are following... a man is stabbed overnight in san jose.( mark ) tiffany mcelroy is at the breaking news desk with the details. tiffany. ( tiffany ) the attack happened around 2:30 this morning and the attacker is still on the loose. it happened on redbird drive near the willow glen shopping center and the almaden expressway. police say a woman stabbed a man and that woman is still on the loose. the man is in the hospital recovering this morning.the motive and circumstances are under investigation. back to you in the studio. (darya) more breaking news
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from overnight... two tourists are killed when a magnitude 6-point-5 earthquake hits an island off the coast of turkey. dozens of others have been injured. some of the injured are in critical condition. this is a look at the damage this morning. the quake was felt in turkey and greece. this is video of the damage. according to the u-s-g-s there have been at least 6 aftershocks of at least a 4- point-0 magnitude. the tourists killed were from turkey and sweden. (mark) in the east bay.. a man is attacked with a baseball bat... and the attacker is still on the streets. the attack happened in emeryville tuesday night on emery street near 40th street.. officers say when they arrived several people ran in different directions and one man was bleeding from his head. the man was treated for his injury and he told police he did not know his attacker. (mark) three c-h-p officers have been cleared of any wrong doing after shooting an armed car thief on highway 101.. the decision... comes after a district attorney found that the use of lethal force was justifiable. the incident happened back on april 28th in
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san mateo. two cars were involved in a crash... then one driver got out of his car and pulled out a gun. when c-h-p arrived ... officers say they asked him to put the weapon down.. when the suspect refused to they opened fire killing the car thief. ( darya ) a toddler is recovering after being bit by a police dog in the south bay. it happened last friday night when officers were searching a home in san jose for a wanted felon. they were serving a search warrant at the home on bird avenue when the police dog attacked 18-month-old arabella. she had to get six stitches on her back where the dog bit her. arabella's grandmother says the officer needs to be held accountable. ( darya ) the san jose police department released a statement saying it
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was an accident. they did not say whether any disciplinary action would be taken. the family plans to file a lawsuit. (mark) u-c berkeley is now agreeing to allow a speech by a conservative commentator, after they first said there was "no room".(darya) kron 4's dan kerman has details. after initially telling berkeley college republicans there were no venues available for a september 14 speech by conservative commentator ben shapiro the university is now saying they have found various spots for the speech to occur sot right now we are confident this event can take place on september 14dan mogulof is a spokesman for uc berkeleysot dan mogulof/uc berkeley spokesman 20-30we have gone ahead and looked at venues not normally available to sutdents free of charge and have determined there are spaces available for the event and this morning the chancellor decided in the context to our commitment to
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free speech that the university will help underwrite the cost of the venue should the berkeley college republicans choose to accept it we will underwrite those costs if there are fees involvedthis late breaking decision had not made its way to college republicans or their attorney but we brought it to their attentionsotgreat , i will light a candle.. i hope that happensattorney harmeet dhillon represents berkeley college repulicans. she says the univeristy's history when it comes to proposed speakers like milo yianopolous and ann coulter doesn't give her a lot of confindence, but she remain optimistic this can happensot harmeet dhillon/attorney for berkeley college republicans 112-122i'd like the see the speech occur, i'd like to see the vent occur successfully, i'd like to see students with different political viewpoints have a chance to engage with this very intelligent speaker standup dan kerman/uc berkeley 124-134in terms of whats next, first the university has to inform college republicans that there is a venue, then the two sides have to meet and agree on security, an exact location and a time. so still a lot to do but again the university says it's confident this can happen . at uc berkeley, dan kerman kron 4news.151/std
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(mark) fishers are advised to avoid eating catfish in the north lake at san francisco's lake merced. this morning there are concerns about mercury. authorities are also warning the public to limit their consumption of black bass and rainbow trout. people from age 18 to their mid 40's can safely eat up to seven eight-ounce servings of rainbow trout from the lake per week. ( mark ) a pair of engineering firms may have a way to fix the sinking millennium tower in san francisco. this news comes as a new report says that the building has sunk another inch over the past 7 months. that means the building has now dropped nearly a foot- and-a-half since construction began back in 2005. the tower is also leaning more than a foot. the sinking tower is the subject of numerous lawsuits. but two engineering firms say they now have a plan that could stabilize the tower and prop it back upright. (darya) linkin park singer
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chester bennington is found dead in his los angeles home of an apparent suicide. police say bennington hanged himself. the singer has struggled with drugs and alcohol in the past. bennington's band...linkin park... found success in 2000 with their multi-platinum album "hybrid theory." the band was set to kick off a tour in boston next week. bennington was 41-years-old. fans say the death of bennington also struck similarities to the death of fellow rocker and close friend chris cornell, who killed himself in may. bennington died thursday on cornell's birthday. (darya) the senate judiciary committee unanimously approved chris wray as the next fbi director. president trump nominated wray in june to replace james comey whom he fired. wray has been both a criminal prosecutor and a defense attorney. wray's nomination now goes to the full senate (darya) coming up on the world according to gary...
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crave van! (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. (darya) happening now... shark advisories are posted on three beaches in santa barabara county after a kayaker was attacked.(mark) the kayaker says the shark grabbed his kayak and flipped it over. he says the first thing he saw coming was the sharks nose and then he saw its jaw coming right at him. and just hours earlier on a different beach... county park rangers say a paddle boarder had an encounter with an 8-foot-long great white. they say the shark knocked him into the water. people at the beach say it is a little concerning.
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(mark) a shark expert measured the bite mark in the kayak and estimated the size of the shark at 11 to 13 feet. that is roughly the average size of an adult male great white shark. (james) tracking your morning forecast... the world according to gary is after the break.
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( darya ) oj simpson pleading his case to be relased from prison during his parole hearing in nevada. (darya)
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,." you mentioned you went through a
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tough time with divorce, and i know this is sensitive but i will ask you.. you lost a child in a swimming pool accident, how does one ever get through something like that?""i don't think you ever get over it, i know i haven't. you learn to live with it. i was raised with a relgious background, evergreen baptist church in san fransisco; everything happens for a reason. i woud be the last person to say that my life has not been, i've been gifted. ( darya ) that was gary's 1991 interview with o.j. simpson.
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( darya ) o.j. simpson during his court apperance yesterday. ( darya ) he's baacckk sorta. madison bumgardner made his 1st appearance on the mound last night since he injured his shoulder in a dirt bike accident. let's just say he's a little rusty. ( darya ) pablo sandoval is back. he signed a minor
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league deal to rejoin the giants. are you excited? ( darya ) and here is pablo's worst moment on boston. or one of the more memorable ones. it's when he swings and misses on a pitch from r-a dickey and breaks his belt. ( darya ) remember pandamonium. the giants had a zoo.
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with the baby giraffe ( brandon belt) and pablo sandoval. the panda. ( darya ) so if you're the white sox how do you welcome the number 1 prospect in baseball? with twinkies. yes twinkies. ( darya ) a man was trying
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to call the shots from the stands at wimbledon so one of the player said why don't you give it a shot. so he did. he even put on a skirt. it didn't go well. what are you doing?
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neutralize the plaque acids in my mouth. i can't see anything! that's because it's working so hard. hey, what are you guys doing? karen. we're neutralizing. maybe i want to neutralize. you ever think of that?
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the energy conscious whopeople among usle? say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. ( mark ) in florida
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thousands of people were without power when a snake came into contact with a circuit breaker. this is the snake that caused the outage to more than 22- thousand customers within jacksonville, florida. this is the surveillance video that shows the circuit exploding when the snake came into contact. officials say this type of incident occurrs every two or three years. now animal guards and fiberglass brackets are being installed to prevent future occurrences. (darya) coming up... a baby attacked by a police dog
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in the south bay... the family's reaction this morning... and get ready for delays if you're in san francisco this weekend. muni will be closed, and the san francisco marathon is happening. we have everything you need to know. plus... we are learning about another attack at a bart station. details on where it happened and who is responsible.
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(darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(mark) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic...
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(james)today will be a nice day with plenty of sunshine to enjoy. we're waking up this morning to mostly clear skies inland and patchy fog at the coast. temperatures are in the 50s. later this afternoon, those temperatures will climb to the low 90s for our warmest inland locations. it will be milder by the bay with mid 70s in the forecast. and at the coast, it will remain cool with highs only getting to the low 60s. today's highs are slightly warmer than yesterday's by about 2 to 5 degrees. we can expect similar warming to continue tomorrow. this weekend will see inland highs climb to the upper 90s saturday, but not enough to trigger any heat advisories. looks like temps will come back down to the 80s by as early as monday. sunrise in san francisco is at 6:05 am. sunset is at 8:27 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices. no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( mark ) new this morning... we are learning about another attack by teenagers at an east bay bart station.(darya) tiffany mcelroy is at the breaking news desk with the details. tiffany. (tiffany) this attack happened at the richmond bart station yesterday morning police say five or six teenagers knocked a man to the ground and started kicking him in the head. he was taken to the hospital. there's still no word on his condition.. when police got to the scene they searched for the attackers but did not find them. the richmond police department is handling this investigation. now
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this is just the latest incident of a string of crimes involving teenagers at bart stations. back in april dozens of teens rushed onto a bart train car in oakland. the mob of teens robbed and beat passengers. earlier this week the bart police chief said crime on trains and stations is on the rise. chief carlos rojas says they are working on hiring more officers to deal with the uptick of crime. back to you in the studio. . ( mark ) this morning firefighters are still struggling to get a handle on the detwiler fire burning in mariposa county near yosemite and more homes were destroyed overnight. this morning cal fire says the wildfire grew to more than 74-thousand acres overnight and it is just 15 percent contained. another eight homes were destroyed overnight bringing the total to 58 houses. another 11 homes have been damaged. 15-hundred homes are still in the path of that fire this morning. the fire broke out on sunday and now thousands of firefighters are trying to get it under control. and that includes firefighters from the bay area. ( mark ) and this morning we are getting a look at some of the damage left behind.
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you can see the charred landscape and some of the homes that were destroyed. thousands of people remain under an evacuation order this morning. people who live in the town of mariposa say they are worried about what will be left once the fire is finally out.
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suspended on weeknights and weekends for four weeks starting this weekend to allow the testing of new light-rail vehicles, according to muni officials. testing will begin saturday, with service closed between the west portal and montgomery stations throughout the weekends through aug. 20 except for the weekend of aug. 11-13. bus shuttles will be available between embarcadero and st. francis circle all weekend and will stop on market street at stops marked with yellow half moon flags. additional shuttles will also operate between embarcadero and church at duboce during the weekends only, muni officials said. on weeknights, service between montgomery and west portal stations will stop by 9:30 p.m. bus shuttles will operate between embarcadero and st. francis circle, stopping at marked stops on market street from 9 p.m. until the close of service. surface train operations will continue, with the j-church line operating between balboa park and church/duboce, the k-ingleside between st. francis circle and balboa park, the l-taraval between sf zoo and west portal, the m-ocean view between san jose at geneva and west portal and ulloa, the n-judah between ocean beach and church and the t-third
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between embarcadero and sunnydale. during weekday evening san francisco giants games, muni metro trains will operate from the ballpark through the subway for around 90 minutes after games. customers will be able to exit but not enter stations, muni officials said. (mark) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( darya ) and even more traffic delays are expected on sunday during the 40th annual san francisco marathon. the marathon crosses the golden gate bridge from 6 am to 9 a.m. on sunday. all northbound lanes will be closed during that time, and delays are expected in the southbound direction. the parking lots will be closed until 10 a.m. and no drop offs will be allowed. events for the race kick off today with the race expo. starting at noon today racers can pick up their race bibs at fort mason where the race expo is held. the race expo runs all weekend leading up to which starts at 5:30 sunday ( mark ) new this morning... investigators are blaming the u-s navy for the deadly collision between the u- s-s fitzgerald and a cargo ship. seven u-s sailors died in the accident off the coast of japan last month.
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according to two defense officials, preliminary findings suggest the crew failed to understand and acknowledge the cargo ship was approaching and failed to take any action necessary to avoid the collision. investigators are also looking into the possibility that the u-s-s fitzgerald was traveling at a higher speed than it should have been. in addition to the navy, the u-s coast guard and japanese naval authorities are all conducting investigations. (darya) police in mill valley are investigating an act of vandalism on a high school campus. racist graffiti was found at tamalpais high school on wednesday. police say the vandal used black spray paint to write the name of a well- known african american, along with profanity and a racial slur. a maintenance worker discovered the vandalism and painted over it. police are now looking into surveillance video to try to find the person responsible. ( darya ) this morning police in fremont are looking for the person who burned an american flag on another person's property.
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overnight police released this video showing the car they are looking for. it happened near mission boulevard and pickering avenue. the homeowner says that somebody walked up to their house and burned the american flag that was hanging in their yard. police say they are looking for a light-colored... newer-model honda civic with dark-tinted rear windows. ( mark ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... the investigation into collusion between the trump campaign and russia is widening. why the president is not happy with the special investigator. and after the break... a warning for bay area hikers. we will show you where mountain lions have been spotted.
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(mark) police are warning people to use caution when hiking in the hills behind u-c berkeley after a recent mountain lion sighting. the animal was seen earlier this week behind the clark kerr campus. campus police say a construction worker spotted the mountain lion. campus police say hikers should not walk alone... and keep children and small pets within close proximity. (mark) and another mountain lion was spotted yesterday afternoon in san mateo. it was seen on viewridge drive near laurelwood park. that is where several other mountain lions have been spotted this year. (james) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. a full weather report right after the break.
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we demand a lot from our eyes every day. i should know. i have chronic dry eye caused by reduced tear production due to inflammation. so i use restasis multidose. it helps me make more of my own tears, with continued use, twice a day, every day. restasis multidose helps increase your eyes' natural ability to produce tears, which may be reduced by inflammation due to chronic dry eye. restasis multidose did not increase tear production in patients using anti-inflammatory eye drops or tear duct plugs. to help avoid eye injury and contamination, do not touch the bottle tip to your eye or other surfaces. wait 15 minutes after use before inserting contact lenses. the most common side effect is a temporary burning sensation. your eyes. your tears. ask your eye doctor about restasis multidose. (james)(mark)(darya)
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welcome back. let's get a check of the weather this morning... (james)today will be a nice day with plenty of sunshine to enjoy. we're waking up this morning to mostly clear skies inland and patchy fog at the coast. temperatures are in the 50s. later this afternoon, those temperatures will climb to the low 90s for our warmest inland locations. it will be milder by the bay with mid 70s in the forecast. and at the coast, it will remain cool with highs only getting to the low 60s. today's highs are slightly warmer than yesterday's by about 2 to 5 degrees. we can expect similar warming to continue tomorrow. this weekend will see inland highs climb to the upper 90s saturday, but not enough to trigger any heat advisories.
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looks like temps will come back down to the 80s by as early as monday. sunrise in san francisco is at 6:05 am. sunset is at 8:27 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices.
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no major hot spots. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. an accident on wb 580 before 84 blokcing the left lane, slow from vasco and growing.
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( darya ) president trump is shaking up his legal team this morning.( mark ) the move comes after reports that the president has been asking about his authority to pardon family members. joe johns has the details.
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the new york times and washington post reporting that the president's lawyers and aides are looking to undermine the special counsel's investigation. the times says trump's team is "scouring the professional and political backgrounds" of robert mueller and other investigators "looking for conflicts of interest they can use to discredit the investigation." the post also reporting that the president has been asking about his authority to pardon "aides, family members and even himself in connection with the probe." attorney general jeff sessions refusing to answer questions about whether he's discussed pardons with the president in testimony before congress last month.jeff sessions: "i'm not able to comment on conversations with high officials within the white house"all this as the russia investigation appears to be widening. bloomberg reporting that mueller is expanding his probe to include a broad range of financial transactions involving trump businesses and
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associates. maggie haberman, new york times reporter: would that be a breach of what his actual charge is?president trump: i would say yes. the president warning mueller against delving into his finances earlier this week. sarah huckabee sanders: the president is making clear that the special counsel should not move outside of the scope of the investigation.the washington post reports that the president has told aides he's "especially disturbed" after learning that mueller would be able to access his tax returns. the president has refused to release them citing ongoing i-r-s audits. mueller has broad latitude. sources say the president has also vented in recent weeks that his legal team has not done enough to beat back allegations. natssources tell cnn mark kasowitz - the president's longtime attorney and lead lawyer on the russia matter will see his role reduced. after the spokesman and communications strategist for the legal team resigned. nats: mr. president, does sessions have your full support? thank you everybody. president trump ignoring questions about his embattled
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attorney general after blaming him for the special counsel probe. president trump: "sessions should've never recused himself and if he would - if he was going to recuse himself, he should've told me before he took the job and i would've picked somebody else."sessions signaling thursday he has no plans to step down despite the president's remarkable public rebuke.jeff sessions: "we love this job, we love this department and i plan to continue to do so as long as that is appropriate." ( mark ) that was joe johns reporting. sources close to the president say that his legal team intends to fully cooperate with mueller's investigation. ( darya ) a federal judge is refusing to reinstate president trump's sanctuary cities order. the ruling was just made yesterday. the executive order would have cut money from cities that do not cooperate with immigration officials. the department of justice had asked the judge to reverse his previous decision to block president trump's order. it was first blocked after lawsuits were filed by san francisco and santa clara county.
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attorney general jeff sessions released a memo saying the executive order only applies to a small amount of money. but the judge says sessions could reverse himself, so right now the executive order remains blocked. ( darya ) the department of homeland security has lifted laptop bans on flights from 10-muslim majority countries to the united states. in a statement, d-h-s officials say airlines and airports have increased security screenings and that has prompted the ban being lifted. those measures include checking electronic devices and pulling more people out of airport lines for additional screening. in march, the u.s. imposed a ban on laptops in the cabins of planes coming into the country from 10 middle eastern airports. ( mark ) still ahead on the kron four morning news... you're going to have to dig a bit deeper in your pocket next time you want to see a movie. we'll explain why. plus... twitter vows to crack down on online abuse... but is it working? we'll tell you after the break, and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california
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and do your thing. (robin) no major hot spots. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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(darya) twitter says its crackdown on online abuse is working.(mark) the company said it takes action on ten times as many abusive accounts each day as it did a year ago. it also suspends or restricts thousands of accounts every day where users are demonstrating abusive behavior.(darya) twitter did not provide data on how big of a problem online harassment is for the network. the pew research center says four in ten adults in the u-s say they've been harassed on social media. (mark) movie tickets are getting even more expensive. (darya) a new report says ticket prices hit a new high, costing an average of $8.95 per ticket. that's up more than 2-percent from last year. (mark) theater owners say recent blockbuster movies shown in premium
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formats... like 3-d... helped drive up the cost of the ticket. here in the bay area, movie tickets cost a lot more than that... they are usually between 10-15 dollars. (james) tracking your morning forecast. details coming up. (tiffany) breaking news from overnight... police in san jose are searching for an attacker who stabbed a man. i'll have the details just in to kron four.
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(mark)(darya) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (james)today will be a nice day with plenty of sunshine to enjoy. we're waking up this morning to mostly clear skies inland and patchy fog at the coast. temperatures are in the 50s. later this afternoon, those temperatures will climb to the low 90s for our warmest inland locations. it will be milder by the bay with mid 70s in the forecast. and at the coast, it will remain cool with highs only getting to the low 60s. today's highs are slightly warmer than yesterday's by about 2 to 5 degrees. we can expect similar warming to continue tomorrow. this weekend will see inland highs climb to the upper 90s saturday, but not enough to trigger any heat advisories. looks like temps will come back down to the 80s by as early as monday. sunrise in san francisco is at 6:05 am. sunset is at 8:27 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4
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app. download it for free for apple and android devices. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) breaking news we are following... a man is stabbed overnight in san jose.( mark ) tiffany mcelroy is at the breaking news desk with the details. tiffany.
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( tiffany ) the stabbing happened around 2:30 this morning and the attacker is still on the loose. it happened on redbird drive near the willow glen shopping center and the almaden expressway. police say a woman stabbed a man and that she is still on the loose. the man is in the hospital recovering this morning.the motive and circumstances are under investigation. back to you in the studio. (darya) more breaking news from overnight... two tourists are killed when a magnitude 6-point-5 earthquake hits an island off the coast of turkey. dozens of others have been injured. some of the injured are in critical condition. this is a look at the damage this morning. the quake was felt in turkey and greece. this is video of the damage. according to the u-s-g-s there have been at least 6 aftershocks of at least a 4- point-0 magnitude. the tourists killed were from turkey and sweden. ( mark ) in the south bay. a toddler is bit by a police dog as officers searched the home for a wanted felon. the girl is recovering from six stitches.( darya ) kron 4's ella sogomonian spoke with the family who is now looking for
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a lawyer. pkg sot: ella sogomonian, san jose// "san jose police say they were serving a search warrant at this home on bird avenue when their police canine attacked the little girl."a san jose police dog bit and dragged 18 month old arabella onto the floor off this couch as officers say they searched for a wanted felon in the home last friday night at 9. sot: maria pena, grandmother// "she's in stress she doesn't want to eat. when she sees somebody or somebody knocks the door she says oh mom, grandma, is the dog coming again to bite me?" arabella had to get 6 stitches on her back where the dog severely bit her. sot: maria pena, grandmother// "the police and the dog that to my granddaughter he had to fire this police because he's not professional. and i don't know the dog because the dog is animal is not human, but have to learn, teach how to do a good job you know."or "i don't say the animal is guilty but the one who takes care of the animal, he's the one responsible for this happening." vildan muhtesip opened the door to police then was forced to wait outside
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until 2 a.m. sot: vildan muhtesip, roommate// "within seconds of them going in i heard screams, shrieking and screaming. and i thought, 'oh my dog what happened?'" arabella's grandmother says the girl has been traumatized ever since.when the door bell rings or someone comes knocking she asks "is the dog back?"the family plans to sue the department for the horrific ordeal. sot: ella sogomonian, san jose// "san released a it was an didn't respond canine officer will action.in san jose ella sogomonian kron 4 news." (mark) in the east bay.. a man is attacked with a baseball bat... and the attacker is still on the streets. the attack happened in emeryville tuesday night on emery street near 40th street.. officers say when they arrived several people ran in different directions and one man was bleeding from his head. the man was treated for his injury and he told police he did not know his attacker. (mark) three c-h-p officers have been cleared of any wrong doing after shooting an armed car thief on highway 101.. the decision... comes after a district attorney found that the use of lethal force was justifiable. the incident happened back on april 28th in san mateo. two cars were involved in a crash... then one driver got out of his car and pulled out a gun. when c-h-p arrived ... officers say they asked him to put the weapon down.. when the suspect refused to they opened fire killing the car
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thief. ( darya ) this morning people are being advised to avoid eating catfish in the north lake at san francisco's lake merced. this morning there are concerns about mercury. authorities are also warning the public to limit their consumption of black bass and rainbow trout. people from age 18 to their mid 40's can safely eat up to seven eight-ounce servings of rainbow trout from the lake per week. ( darya ) a pair of engineering firms may have a way to fix the sinking millennium tower in san francisco. this news comes as a new report says that the building has sunk another inch over the past 7 months. that means the building has now dropped nearly a foot- and-a-half since construction began back in 2005. the tower is also leaning more than a foot. the sinking tower is the subject of numerous lawsuits. but two
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engineering firms say they now have a plan that could stabilize the tower and prop it back upright. (mark) the police chief in minneapolis is speaking publically for the first time since a woman was shot and killed by police.(darya) now many in the community are demanding change at the police department. john lawrence has the details. "no justice, no peace, prosecute the police." protesters took to the streets, angered by the fatal police shooting of justine ruszczyk in minneapolis.among those in the crowd....valerie castile, the mother of philando castile. he was fatally shot by a minneapolis area cop last year. she noted that ruszcyzk was killed on her son's birthday."like i said after the verdict they were going to kill again, and they have and i think it's our duty and our obligation and the spirit of my son led us over here to speak with the family."the 40-year-old ruszczyk was fatally shot by a police officer saturday.she had called 9-1-1 to report a possible sexual assault near her home, but she was shot when she approached a squad car.minneapolis police chief
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janee harteau made her first public comments on the shooting thursday. she admits the situation was not handled appropriately.police chief janee harteau/minneapolis police dept."justine didn't have to die. on our squad cars you will find the words 'to protect with courage and serve with compassion.' this did not happen."robert bennett/ruszczyk family attorney "people call the police, 'go to see what's happening', you don't draw a gun, shoot them across your partner's body."a state investigation into the shooting is under way. officials say it could take months to complete.i'm john lorinc reporting. ( darya ) and next... why a group of teenagers are being called heartless after a man dies. what they did that has a family outraged. and here's a live look outside... richmond san rafael
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(robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( darya ) a group of teenagers caught on camera mocking a man while he was drowning won't face any charges. ( darya ) this happened in florida. this video was posted on social media. none of the five teens called for help... and 31-year-old jamel dun.. died. police call the boys "beyond heartless." the victim's body...was retrieved after five days of searching. those close to the victim are
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still in disbelief. ( darya ) florida prosecutors say they could find no law that the teens had violated so no charges will be filed. (james) watching the weather this morning. your forecast is right after the break.
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(james)(mark)(darya) welcome back. let's get a check of the weather this morning... (james)today will be a nice day with plenty of sunshine to enjoy. we're waking up this morning to mostly clear skies inland and patchy fog at the coast. temperatures are in the 50s. later this afternoon, those temperatures will climb to the low 90s for our warmest inland locations. it will be milder by the bay with mid 70s in the forecast. and at the coast, it will remain cool with highs only getting to the low 60s. today's highs are slightly warmer than yesterday's by about 2 to 5 degrees. we can expect similar
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warming to continue tomorrow. this weekend will see inland highs climb to the upper 90s saturday, but not enough to trigger any heat advisories. looks like temps will come back down to the 80s by as early as monday. sunrise in san francisco is at 6:05 am. sunset is at 8:27 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices. no major hot spots. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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(darya) let's go to the wild 94-9 studio... where we're taking with j-v from the j-v show. j-v what's it about this morning?
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check out this cuddly kangaroo woman gives raccoon a fire hydrant bath in the bronx this little girl has a 12-foot-
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long pet python
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( mark ) there is a new
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high-tech jet that can pretty much fly itself. it also has a built in parachute system meant to save the lives of both the passengers and the people on the ground if the plane should crash. kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate shows us how it works. the cirrus aircraft vision jet is the first personal jet on the market with a single engine. personal jet being those little guys the rich and famous fly arou nd the bay area the ones that hold 3-6 people. this one engine technical breakthrough pushes aviation forward and helps the environment. with only one engine the plane is lighter, consumes less fuel, and requires less maintenance. now at two million dollars most of will never own or even ride in one of these.. but this personal jet has a feature that can also help us land lovers.. how many times have we all seen the video of a small personal airplane crash in a field or on a highway. it happens a lot. this vision jet will feature the cirrus aircraft exclusive parachute safety system there is a lever in the cockpit the pilot can pull and relase a parachute that will slow the plane down before impact. this safety feature was first introduced into
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their propeller planes a few years ago.. ben kowalski / cirrus aircraft says: " over 140 people have been saved due to this safety feature " ben kowalski with cirrus aircraft explains how the chute is deployed from the nose of the aircraft. ben kowalski / cirrus aircraft says: " over 140 people have been saved due to this safety feature " parachute gets extracted by an airbag then a rocket takes it up and all along the frame of the plane is straps that reinforce the airframe parachute so the whole plane glydes down slow" with your tech report gabe slate kron 4 news. ( mark ) and here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge...
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movies opening this weekend is based on a true story about a turning point in the early days of world war two.( darya ) rick damigella takes an in depth look at "dunkirk." "what has happened is a colossal military disaster." "we shall never surrender." (nat - bombs)director christopher nolan wanted to stay historically accurate in "dunkirk.""it's a real thing
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that happened you know, people actually, civilians actually got in these boats, some with navy personnel, some on their own. and they made this very arduous crossing into a warzone. it's just a remarkable, remarkable thing." "i've activated the civilian boats.""civilians? we need destroyers.""you're weekend sailors not the bloody navy. you should be at home!"nolan tried to create a sense of realism."as an audience member i wanted to be on the beach with these guys. and i wanted to be in the cockpit of the spitfire over these guys, over that beach. and i wanted to be on a boat coming over to help with the evacuation."fionn whitehead and harry styles truly got immersed in their characters."tommy is a young private as so many of the people on dunkirk were. just a young, very inexperienced soldier who kind of in my eyes joined up not really knowing what he was laying himself in for.""i think alex has, he has this idea in his head of what he thinks a soldier's supposed to be and he thinks you know, i have to be this tough guy. i think obviously through the film you get to see him kind of strip a lot of that away
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and it becomes, he's just as scared as everyone else."mark rylance believes the story of dunkirk will be passed on for generations."my grandparents, my grandfathers were in the war so, and i had friends who were tail gunners in the lancaster's and halifax's so...it just was all, always, always fascinated me so yeah i knew about it from an early age from films actually. like the young generation's gonna learn about it here.""you can practically see it from here." "what?""home."in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. ( mark ) coming up in the next hour... a baby attacked by a police dog in the south bay... the family's reaction this morning... and get ready for delays if you're in san francisco this weekend. muni will be closed, and the san francisco marathon is happening. we have everything you need to know.
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plus... we are learning about another attack at a bart station. details on where it happened and who is responsible. ♪ the opioid my doctor prescribed for my chronic back pain backed me up-big time. before movantik, i tried to treat it myself. spent time, money. no go. but i didn't back down. i talked to my doctor. she said: one, movantik was specifically designed for opioid-induced constipation-oic-
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darya folsom..(mark) and i'm mark danon. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (james)today will be a nice day with plenty of sunshine to enjoy. we're waking up this morning to mostly clear skies inland and patchy fog at the coast. temperatures are in the 50s. later this afternoon, those temperatures will climb to the low 90s for our warmest inland locations. it will be milder by the bay with mid 70s in the forecast. and at the coast, it will remain cool with highs only getting to the
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low 60s. today's highs are slightly warmer than yesterday's by about 2 to 5 degrees. we can expect similar warming to continue tomorrow. this weekend will see inland highs climb to the upper 90s saturday, but not enough to trigger any heat advisories. looks like temps will down to the 80s by as early as monday. sunrise in san francisco is at 6:05 am. sunset don't forget get the latest weather traffic alerts app. download apple and devices. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( mark ) new this ( mark ) maze to sf.
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( mark ) new this morning... we are learning about another attack by teenagers at an east bay bart station.(darya) tiffany mcelroy is at the breaking news desk with the details. (tiffany) the attack happened at the richmond bart station yesterday morning police say five or six teenagers knocked a man to the ground and started kicking him in the head. he was taken to the hospital. there's still no word on his condition.. when police got to the scene they searched for the attackers but did not find them. the richmond police department is handling this investigation. now this is just the latest incident of a string of crimes involving teenagers at bart stations. back in april dozens of teens rushed onto a bart train car in oakland. the mob of teens robbed and beat passengers. earlier this week the bart police chief said crime on trains and stations is on the rise. chief carlos rojas says they are working on hiring more officers to deal with the uptick of crime. back to you in the studio. .
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( mark ) a warning if you're in san francisco this weekend... muni will be closing down their part of their subways.( darya ) kron 4's will tran is live in san francisco this morning with more on how it could impact your plans. will. ( will ) san francisco (bcn) san francisco municipal railway subway service will be suspended on weeknights and weekends for four weeks starting this weekend to allow the testing of new light-rail vehicles, according to muni officials. testing will begin saturday, with service closed between the west portal and montgomery stations throughout the weekends through aug. 20 except for the weekend of aug. 11-13. bus shuttles will be available between embarcadero and st. francis circle all weekend and will stop on market street at stops marked with yellow half moon flags. additional shuttles will also operate between embarcadero and church at duboce during the weekends only, muni officials said. on weeknights, service between montgomery and west portal stations will stop by 9:30 p.m. bus shuttles will operate between embarcadero and st. francis circle, stopping at marked stops on market street from 9 p.m. until the close of service. surface train operations will continue, with the j-church line operating between balboa park and church/duboce, the k-ingleside between st. francis circle and balboa park, the l-taraval between sf zoo and west portal, the m-ocean view between san jose at geneva and west portal and ulloa, the n-judah between ocean beach and church and the t-third between embarcadero and sunnydale. during weekday evening san francisco giants games, muni metro trains will operate from the ballpark through the subway for around
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90 minutes after games. customers will be able to exit but not enter stations, muni officials said. (mark) thanks will. we will
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check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) and even more traffic delays are expected on sunday
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during the 40th annual san francisco marathon. the marathon crosses the golden gate bridge from 6 am to 9 a.m. on sunday. all northbound lanes will be closed during that time, and delays are expected in the southbound direction. the parking lots will be closed until 10 a.m. and no drop offs will be allowed. events for the race kick off today with the race expo. starting at noon today racers can pick up their race bibs at fort mason where the race expo is held. the race expo runs all weekend leading up to the marathon which starts at 5:30 sunday morning. ( mark ) this morning firefighters are still struggling to get a handle on the detwiler fire burning in mariposa county near yosemite and more homes were destroyed overnight. this morning cal fire says the wildfire grew to more than 74-thousand acres overnight and it is just 15 percent contained.
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another eight homes were destroyed overnight bringing the total to 58 houses. another 11 homes have been damaged. 15-hundred homes are still in the path of that fire this morning. the fire broke out on sunday and now thousands of firefighters are trying to get it under control. and that includes firefighters from the bay area. ( mark ) and this morning we are getting a look at some of the damage left behind. you can see the charred landscape and some of the homes that were destroyed. thousands of people remain under an evacuation order this morning. people who live in the town of mariposa say they are worried about what will be left once the fire is finally out.
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( mark ) new this morning... investigators are blaming the u-s navy for the deadly collision between the u- s-s fitzgerald and a cargo ship. seven u-s sailors died in the accident off the coast of japan last month. according to two defense officials, preliminary findings suggest the crew failed to understand and acknowledge the cargo ship was approaching and failed to take any action necessary to avoid the collision. investigators are also looking into the possibility that the u-s-s fitzgerald was traveling at a higher speed than it should have been. in addition to the navy, the u-s coast guard and japanese naval authorities are all conducting investigations. (darya) police in mill valley are investigating an act of vandalism on a high school campus. racist graffiti was found at tamalpais high school on wednesday. police say the vandal used black spray paint to write the name of a well- known african american, along with profanity and a racial slur. a maintenance worker discovered the vandalism and painted over it.
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police are now looking into surveillance video to try to find the person responsible. ( darya ) this morning police in fremont are looking for the person who burned an american flag on another person's property. overnight police released this video showing the car they are looking for. it happened near mission boulevard and pickering avenue. the homeowner says that somebody walked up to their house and burned the american flag that was hanging in their yard. police say they are looking for a light-colored... newer-model honda civic with dark-tinted rear windows. (mark) breaking news out of washington. we have just learned that white house press secretary sean spicer has resigned. the new york times says spicer resigned over the hiring of a new communications director. the times is reporting that president trump has hired new york financier anthony scaramucci as communications director. spicer apparently disagreed with the hiring and turned in his resignation. (darya) breaking news out of washington. u.s. officials say the trump administration will ban
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american citizens from traveling to north korea. this announcement follows the death of american student otto warmbier (warm-beer), who passed away after falling into a coma in a north korean prison. secretary of state rex tillerson is expected to announce that the use of u.s. passports to enter north korea will be illegal. the restriction will go into effect 30 days after the ban is officially announced. (darya) coming up on the kron four morning news... a lot of people are wondering what happened to o-j's famous ford bronco. we'll tell you where it is. and after the break.. a warning for bay area hikers. we'll tell you where mountain lions were recently spotted. (mark) police are warning
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people to use caution when
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hiking in the hills behind u-c berkeley after a recent mountain lion sighting. the animal was seen earlier this week behind the clark kerr campus. campus police say a construction worker spotted the mountain lion. campus police say hikers should not walk alone... and keep children and small pets within close proximity. (mark) and another mountain lion was spotted yesterday afternoon in san mateo. it was seen on viewridge drive near laurelwood park. that is where several other mountain lions have been spotted this year. (james) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. a full
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weather report right after the break.
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the roads with robin... (robin) (james)today will be a nice day with plenty of sunshine to enjoy. we're waking up this morning to mostly clear skies inland and patchy fog at the coast. temperatures are in the 50s. later this afternoon, those temperatures will climb to the low 90s for our warmest inland locations. it will be milder by the bay with mid 70s in the forecast. and at the coast, it will remain cool with highs only getting to the low 60s. today's highs are
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slightly warmer than yesterday's by about 2 to 5 degrees. we can expect similar warming to continue tomorrow. this weekend will see inland highs climb to the upper 90s saturday, but not enough to trigger any heat advisories. looks like temps will come back down to the 80s by as early as monday. sunrise in san francisco is at 6:05 am. sunset is at 8:27 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and traffic alerts with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices.
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no major hot spots. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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(mark) a federal judge is refusing to reinstate president trump's sanctuary cities order. the ruling was just made yesterday. the executive order would have cut money from cities that do not cooperate with immigration officials. the department of justice had asked the judge to reverse his previous decision to block president trump's order. it was first blocked after lawsuits were filed by san francisco and santa clara county. attorney general jeff sessions released a memo saying the executive order only applies to a small amount of money. but the judge says sessions could reverse himself, so right now the executive order remains blocked. (mark) the department of homeland security has lifted laptop bans on flights from 10-muslim majority countries to the united states. in a statement, d-h-s officials
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say airlines and airports have increased security screenings and that has prompted the ban being lifted. those measures include checking electronic devices and pulling more people out of airport lines for additional screening. in march, the u.s. imposed a ban on laptops in the cabins of planes coming into the country from 10 middle eastern airports. (darya) o-j simpson is back in the headlines after he was granted parole after serving 9 years in prison. (mark) and for some it may bring to mind his infamous 19- 94 police chase after the death of his ex-wife nicole brown simpson and her friend ronald goldman.(darya) so whatever became of that famous white bronco? christi paul went and found out. "i'm gonna have to interrupt this call. i understand we have live picture in los angeles.""i think i just saw o.j. simpson on the 5 freeway. he's headed north.""police believe oj simpson is in that car.""the authorities were trying to phone the bronco." june 17, 1994...95 million americans watched live
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television as o-j simpson became the most famous fugitive in america.the former heisman trophy winner was supposed to surrender to police in connection with the murders of his ex-wife and her friend ron goldman."this is ac. i have oj in my car." instead, o-j was huddled in the backseat of his friend's a-c cowling's ford bronco."you gotta tell police to back off. he's still alive but he's got a gun to his head.""i just want to be with nicole.""you don't need to be with nicole. you need to be with your family and with your kids." "please toss the gun. juice, just toss it."millions were glued to their t-v screens -- intensely following the 1993, two-door, white ford bronco leading police on a low-speed car chase across southern los angeles.nearly two hours and 60 miles later, the bronco stops at simpson's brentwood home - where both men
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surrendered.we all know what happened after that..."we the jury of the above and entitle action find the defendant orenthol j. simpson not guilty for the crime of murder."but what about the bronco -- one element of fascination during 'the trial of the century'? espn reports that at some point before the murder trial began, cowlings had agreed to sell the suv for 75-grand to an l.a. tour company.but he pulled the deal when he learned the company, then called "grave line tour," would re-enact the car chase, then take people to nicole simpson's grave.a couple of years later, cowlings sold the bronco for 75-thousand dollars to simpson's former agent, mike gilbert and two other people.for the next 17 years, the most famous truck in america...sat parked in space 144 in a los angeles condo...not moving an inch, according to espn.in 2012, a
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man with the luxor hotel in las vegas came looking for the famed bronco...to put it on display under...the bright lights of sin city...the bronco sat outside the luxor hotel to promote the casino's brand new sports memorabilia exhibit.but espn reports the deal soured because the bronco was supposed to be displayed inside, not under the harsh desert sun.gilbert took the car back, stored it in a condo garage in central california- where it was hidden from the public for several more years. in june of 2016, gilbert and his associates agreed to loan the bronco to alcatraz east crime museum in pigeon forge, tennessee. since then, hundreds of thousands of tourists have been able to see for the famed white ford bronco.oh and something else... museum curators found these combs still in the glove compartment.they say they belong to cowlings.and these items were in the bronco during the wild car chase in the summer of 1994. (darya) we sent out a push alert through the kron four mobile app when the parole board announced its decision at 11:55 yesterday morning. you can be the first to know about breaking
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news through the app. it is free for apple and android devices. just be sure to enable the push alert feature. (mark) still ahead on the kron four morning news... breaking news from overnight. a deadly earthquake hits off the coast of turkey. we'll show you the new pictures of the destruction. and after the break... we'll tell you what foods pregnant mothers should avoid to prevent your kids from having allergies. and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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(robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 (darya) women who are pregnant may want to think
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twice before reaching for sweets when cravings strike. (mark) new research suggests that expecting mom's poor eating habits could have consequences for the child. kim hutcherson has more in today's health minute. a recent study found that women who consume too much sugar during pregnancy may increase the likelihood that their child developing allergies and allergic asthma. researchers from queen mary university in london examined nearly nine thousand women who were pregnant in the early 90's and their children. the children of mothers who ate between sixteen and sixty-nine teaspoons of sugar per day had a thirty-eight percent higher risk of an allergy diagnosis. children in that group had a seventy-three percent increased risk of being diagnosed with an allergy to two or more allergens. the study also found that moms with high sugar consumption doubled their child's likelihood of developing allergic asthma ... which occurs when allergens create breathing problems like wheezing and coughing.the study's authors say the correlation could be simply due to chance and further research is needed.for today's health minute, i'm kim hutcherson.
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(james) tracking the weather this morning. your forecast is right after the break. (tiffany) breaking news from overnight... police in san jose are searching for an attacker who stabbed a man. and we just received new details on the victim and the newspaper he worked for.
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who are these people? the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. welcome back to the kron
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four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic...
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(james)today will be a nice day with plenty of sunshine to enjoy. we're waking up this morning to mostly clear skies inland and patchy fog at the coast. temperatures are in the 50s. later this afternoon, those temperatures will climb to the low 90s for our warmest inland locations. it will be milder by the bay with mid 70s in the forecast. and at the coast, it will remain cool with highs only getting to the low 60s. today's highs are slightly warmer than yesterday's by about 2 to 5 degrees. we can expect similar continue tomorrow. this weekend will see inland highs climb to the upper 90s saturday, but not enough to trigger any heat advisories. looks like temps will come back down to the 80s by as early as monday. sunrise in san francisco is at 6:05 am. sunset is at 8:27 pm. don't forget you can always get the latest weather updates and with the kron4 app. download it for free for apple and android devices. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 (mark) breaking news out of
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washington. we have just learned that white house press secretary sean spicer has resigned. the new york times says spicer resigned over the hiring of a new communications director. the times is reporting that president trump has hired new york financier anthony scaramucci as communications director. until now-- sean spicer was handling dual roles as communications director and white house press secretary. spicer apparently disagreed with the hiring and turned in his resignation. ( darya ) breaking news
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we are following... a man is stabbed overnight in san jose and we just received new information about the victim and the newspaper he worked for. ( mark ) tiffany mcelroy is at the breaking news desk with tiffany. ( tiffany ) we just found out that the victim is an employee of the mercury news....that's according to an article on the newspaper's website. the stabbing happened around 2:30 this morning and the attacker is still on the loose. it happened on redbird drive near the willow glen shopping center and the almaden expressway. the newspaper is reporting the man was stabbed several times. the man is in the hospital recovering this morning. investigators do not know the identity of the woman. the news organization is not naming the victim because the attacker is still at large.the motive and circumstances are under investigation. back to you in the studio. (darya) more breaking news from overnight... two tourists are killed when a magnitude 6-point-5 earthquake hits an island off the coast of turkey. dozens of others have been injured.
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some of the injured are in critical condition. this is a look at the damage this morning. the quake was felt in turkey and greece. this is video of the damage. according to the u-s-g-s there have been at least 6 aftershocks of at least a 4- point-0 magnitude. the tourists killed were from turkey and sweden. (mark) in the east bay.. a man is attacked with a baseball bat... and the attacker is still on the streets. the attack happened in emeryville tuesday night on emery street near 40th street.. officers say when they arrived several people ran in different directions and one man was bleeding from his head. the man was treated for his injury and he told police he did not know his attacker. (mark) three c-h-p officers have been cleared of any wrong doing after shooting an armed car thief on highway 101.. the decision... comes after a district attorney found that the use of lethal force was justifiable. the incident happened back on april 28th in san mateo. two cars were involved in a crash... then one driver got out of his car and pulled out a gun. when c-h-p arrived ...
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officers say they asked him to put the weapon down.. when the suspect refused to they opened fire killing the car thief. ( darya ) a toddler is recovering after being bit by a police dog in the south bay. it happened last friday night when officers were searching a home in san jose for a wanted felon. they were serving a search warrant at the home on bird avenue when the police dog attacked 18-month-old arabella. she had to get six stitches on her back where the dog bit her. arabella's grandmother says the officer needs to be held accountable. ( darya ) the san jose police department released a statement saying it was an accident. they did not say whether any disciplinary action would be taken. the family plans to file a lawsuit. (mark) u-c berkeley is now
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agreeing to allow a speech by a conservative commentator, after they first said there was "no room".(darya) kron 4's dan kerman has details. after initially telling berkeley college republicans there were no venues available for a september 14 speech by conservative commentator ben shapiro the university is now saying they have found various spots for the speech to occur sot right now we are confident this event can take place on september 14dan mogulof is a spokesman for uc berkeleysot dan mogulof/uc berkeley spokesman 20-30we have gone ahead and looked at venues not normally available to sutdents free of charge and have determined there are spaces available for the event and this morning the chancellor decided in the context to our commitment to free speech that the university will help underwrite the cost of the venue should the berkeley college republicans choose to accept it we will underwrite those costs if there are fees involvedthis late breaking decision had not made its way to college republicans or their attorney but we brought it to their attentionsotgreat , i will light a candle.. i hope that happensattorney
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harmeet dhillon represents berkeley college repulicans. she says the univeristy's history when it comes to proposed speakers like milo yianopolous and ann coulter doesn't give her a lot of confindence, but she remain optimistic this can happensot harmeet dhillon/attorney for berkeley college republicans 112-122i'd like the see the speech occur, i'd like to see the vent occur successfully, i'd like to see students with different political viewpoints have a chance to engage with this very intelligent speaker standup dan kerman/uc berkeley 124-134in terms of whats next, first the university has to inform college republicans that there is a venue, then the two sides have to meet and agree on security, an exact location and a time. so still a lot to do but again the university says it's confident this can happen . at uc berkeley, dan kerman kron 4news.151/std ( mark ) a pair of engineering
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firms may have a way to fix the sinking millennium tower in san francisco. this news comes as a new report says that the building has sunk another inch over the past 7 months. that means the building has now dropped nearly a foot-and-a-half since construction began back in 2005. the tower is also leaning more than a foot. the sinking tower is the subject of numerous lawsuits. but two engineering firms say they now have a plan that could stabilize the tower and prop it back upright. (darya) coming up on the kron four morning news... o-j is going to be free man, how will the sports world receive him? and madbum is back, but he wasn't able to save the giants. can panda? and something to keep in mind no matter what sport you're watching this weekend. it's not as easy as it looks. the gary rewind is in a few minutes.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from
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the maze to sf. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 (darya) a man speeds across a popular beach in florida... nearly hitting several families while he is being chased by police.(mark) and he streamed the whole thing on facebook live. ryan smith has the story. ryan stiles: yeah, we're flying fro."ryan stiles wanted the world to see (nats) broadcasting his high-speed chase with clearwater police on facebook. putting hundreds of families in fear mos: "a black suv jeep came by at at least 45, 50 miles an hour, fishtailing."and drinking behind the wheel.(nats)jeff
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vance: "it was nuts. we had a couple of little girls with us and they were scared half to death."police say the chase started after stiles' reportedly threatened to take out a clearwater police cruiser during a previous facebook live. stiles jumped a curb - speeding onto the beach from papaya street. jackie livingston: "i grabbed my dog thinking that they were coming here and then i saw the cops and the cars coming down the beach really fast."the livingston's quiet beach day in clearwater quickly turned chaotic. norm livingston: "absolutely put hundreds and hundreds of people in danger." the dangerous beach drive lasting nearly ten minutes ryan stiles: "my transmission just went out guys. i'm going down, i'm going down, i'm going down."finally ending two miles away on caladesi island. deputy chief were very, extremely didn't lose any we lose any civilians." --tag-- no one was hurt in the the 27-year-old driver faces numerous charges (darya) that was ryan smith reporting. fortunately nobody on injured during the chase. (james) i'm tracking your forecast.
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o.j. is about to get out, is the sports world ready? check it out in the gary rewind. o.j. simpson: "i've done my time, you know? i've done it as well and as respectfully as i think anybody can. i think if you talk to the wardens they'll tell you i've been -- i gave them my word."(darya) gary, oj did his time. i looked at some calculations
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over the almost nine years in prison. they say he would have gotten about 600-thousand dollars in pension from the nfl. so the pensions will keep coming, and the goldmans won't get any of that. gary says that's about 25- thousand dollars a year. pensions weren't really big back then but it adds up. plus, he gets pensions from being an actor. but, any dime he makes from now on will go to the goldmans. he owed them 33 million for the civil judgement in the murders. so what does a washed up sports star do now? gary says everybody has their opinions on what o-j is going to do now. but the goldman family says every time he makes a dollar they are going to pursue it. gary says if he's smart he will go to florida and rent a house and stay quiet, but he's
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been used to attention his whole life so it will be interesting to see if he's able to pull that off. when we were covering it yesterday we pulled up some old video and it was weird, you did that inverview. here is some of what we were showing gary radnich: " you mentioned you went through a tough time with divorce, and i know this is sensitive but i will ask you.. you lost a child in a swimming pool accident, how does one ever get through something like that?"o.j. simpson: "i don't think you ever get over it, i know i haven't. you learn to live with it. i was raised with a relgious background, evergreen baptist church in san fransisco; everything happens for a reason. i woud be the last person to say that my life has not been, i've been gifted."(darya) gary you interviewed him because he's was a huge sports star from here, from the bay area. gary says somebody sent gary a message telling him it
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was inappropriate for him to be laughing with simpson after he killed two people. but gary says the people didn't realize it happened before the murders. gary says oj was really nice. he says oj sent the entire crew a honey baked ham after the interview. but we are curious how people in the sports world and how people who knew him are going to percieve him. gary says he's 70 years old, if he has half a brain, you don't care how you are received and you go live a quiet life and try to reconnect with your family. we'll see in october when he gets out.
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(darya) madisom bumgarner is back. he can't save the giants and he can't save himself. gary says he went to the bruno mars concert with his son last night so he didn't watch the game. he asked his son if he wanted to go to the giants game or bruno mars for his birthday. his son looked at the
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standings and decided to go to bruno mars. bochy says there's no magic solution so maybe they will bring back panda. i'm not sure how fans feel about it because he was so great and they had so many memories, but then he did nothing with the red sox. gary says once you go you go. when panda left he dissed the giants and said he only had two friends on the team, bochy and hunter pence. gary says it kind of makes the giants look bad by bringing him back. it makes them look desperate. i just want to wear the panda hats again. gary says if they want to officially re-sign him it will be today. (darya) the guy who ate all those
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twinikes on the red sox is now with the white sox. this is going to be the new thing, fans waving twinkies. because this kid from cuba just discovered twinkies and he loves them he eats about 85 a week. now they
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are looking at stocking up on twinkies. (darya) and i don't care what sport you're watching... keep in mind that it's a lot harder than it looks... a man was trying to call the shots from the stands at wimbledon so one of the player said why don't you give it a shot. so he did. he even put on
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a skirt. he could not return one serve. it's harder than it looks. it also teaches you to have a sense of humor.
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a bag with traces of moon dust sells for one-point-eight million dollars. the collection bag was used by astronaut neil armstrong during the first manned mission to the moon in 19-69. the bag at one point was expected to fetch up to four million dollars. the previous owner purchased it at an auction by u-s marshals for under one thousand dollars
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when the government auctioned it off by mistake. he had no idea what it was until nasa confirmed it, and then nasa sued to get the moon dust back, but lost the case. (darya) twitter says its crackdown on online abuse is working. the company said it takes action on ten times as many abusive accounts each day as it did a year ago. it also suspends or restricts thousands of accounts every day where users are demonstrating abusive behavior. twitter did not provide data on how big of a problem online harassment is for the network. the pew research center says four in ten adults in the u-s say they've been harassed on social media. (darya) movie tickets are getting even more expensive. a new report says ticket prices hit a new high, costing an average of $8.95 per ticket. that's up
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more than 2-percent from last year. theater owners say recent blockbuster movies shown in premium formats... like 3-d... helped drive up the cost of the ticket. here in the bay area, movie lot more than that... they are usually between 10-15 dollars. seven day (darya) that's it for us this morning... our next newscast is at 5 o clock tonight. (mark) don't forget, you can stay connected on our mobile app, kron four dot com and on our facebook and twitter feeds.
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