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authorities say the students ingested an unknown substance that made them sick.. (grant) kron 4's dan kerman is live in san francisco tonight... dan, first off, how are the kids doing tonight? 7 san francisco ambulances and the fire department's mass casualty bus descended on james lick middle school in noe valley tuesday afternoon after students began getting sick after ingesting an unknown substance sot lt. jonathan baxter/san francisco fire dept. 12-23 we're not sure what the substance is that the student ingested. the students named off a couple of items that they thought it was, however we are working with the hospital and poison control to determine the exact substance at which time we can divulge what that actually was it all began with one student who went to the schools office at 120 in the afternoon reporting they were ill after ingesting something. over hour one ill student expanded 10 students who were ill. fire officials say 7 had minor
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symptoms, 3 others more significant symptoms.sot2 we have classified as moderate or yellow which means they are showing more severe signs which could include naseua and vomiting altered level of consciousness and they are being transported to a hospital and we have one student that was showing extreme adverse effects and we categorized him as red which is critical but not life threatening5 students taken to the hospital for treatment initially though eventually all 10 were to be transported. in the meantime the school district has notified parents of every child in the school just in case they too become ill.sot gentle blythe/ sf school district spokesperson 129-129if they see any symptoms or have any concerns and they should seek medical help immediately and all students in the school have been notified they will not be in trouble if they come forward having ingested something, we just want to make sure all students are safe and have the care that they need.
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(grant) more breaking news: an emergency on a united airlines flight from san
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francisco to honolulu.. take a look at these photos we just got... showing one of the plane's engines... part of it fell off... fortunately the boeing 7-7-7 has two engines -- and was able to land safely... according to the f-a-a the emergency was declared due to a vibration in the right engine.we are working to get more information... (catherine) another big story we're following tonight... there's new information about the woman found stabbed... and crawling along tesla road in livermore. (grant) we're also learning who police say, are responsible for the horrific murder. kron 4's haaziq madyun is live in at the alameda county sheriff's office in san leandro... haaziq, what's the latest? homicide investigators here at the alameda county sheriff's office are telling us more about the connection between a young woman from tracy who was stabbed and left to die on a road in livermore and the two suspects from modesto arrested for her murder the brave young woman who
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stayed alive long enough to identify two murder suspects, has now been been identifiedsot
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motive, we do know that all three of these people knew each other, that they were friends, on the night of the incident lizette got in the car with the suspects, concensually, as they knew each other">cuesta staying alive long enough to make a declaration alleging that gross and leonardo killed her would be the break that homicide investigators needed to solve this casesot
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the victim graduated from san jose's silver creek high school in 2016, the east side union high school district released a statement saying in part: "we are in shock and disbelief regarding this tragic event. our thoughts and prayers go out to her family, friends, and loved ones." they're also making counselors available to students. (grant) tonight--- we are hearing from the driver who found the stabbing victim on the side of the road yesterday. richard load-holt says the woman was fighting for her life when he found her... soaked in blood and dragging herself. "it reall did look like something out of a horror movie... that someone would be inhumane to do that to another human being. she looked very... words to describe... other than marred beyond recognition. she looked like she knew she had to fight. and i commend her for that and she was courageous. she fought, and she fought a good fight."
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(grant) if you want to hear the entire interview with the man who found the victim-- we have it posted on our website at kron4-dot-com. (catherine) an east bay family has filed a civil claim against bart -- paving the way for a wrongful death lawsuit. 28-year-old shaleem tindle was shot and killed by a bart police officer last month. a shooting his family claims was unjustified. kron four's philippe djegal reports from oakland... where the family and other community members are demanding action... (philippe)nats- marching through the west oakland bart station... just feet from where 28- year-old shaleem tindle was gunned down january 3rd... tindle's family says time has not softened the loss of one of their own. his father yashiki -- devastated.yashiki tindle/father- "these cops is getting away with murder." on the deadly day in question... bart says one of it's officers responded to reports of gunfire and a fight happening across from the bart
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station. tindle's family says shaleem was wrestling with another man and had actually shot the other man in the leg before the officer got there. but that tindle had already been disarmed by the time the officer showed up. attorney john burris represents the tindle family, and says he's seen th e officer's body camera video, that captured the shooting and the moments leading up to it. john burris/attorney- "the officer comes up and says show me your hands, show me your hands. and, within moments, he starts shooting and he shoots shaleem in the back. bang, bang, bang. he could not have seen a weapon of any kind. he could not have seen shaleem's hands. this is a photograph of a gun investigators found on the ground at the scene. the officer who opened fire has been named in the civil claim... joseph mateu (muh- too) the third. mateu is on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation... which is being carried out by the oakland police department. shaleem's brother wants mateu
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charged with murder.laron mayfield/shaleem's brother- "we gotta standup and make these cowards pay for what the hell they did. justice for shaleem. justice for shaleem." bart says once the investigation into the shooting is complete, it is committed to releasing the body-camera footage. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. (grant) an undocumented immigrant is facing federal charges... after he was acquitted in the death of kate steinle last year in san francisco. jose ines garcia-zarate pleaded not guilty to two federal gun charges today in court. the charges came five days after his acquittal by a jury in the kate steinle case. in 2015-- steinle was walking on pier 14 with her father... when she was shot and killed. garcia- zarate's attorney claimed the shooting was accidental... and that steinle was hit by a ricocheting bullet. his subsequent acquittal prompted a firestorm of criticism from president trump toward
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sanctuary cities... because zarate... an undocumented immigrant... had been deported five times before the shooting. (grant) and immigrant rights groups are organizing a new newtwork of neighborhood watch teams in california...in response to threats by the trump administration of an immigration crackdown. religious groups and migrant rights activits are training hundreds of volunteers to be part of a rapid response network. observers on the teams document the arrests of immigrants... find them legal counsel... and support them and their familes as they navigate the court system. here in the bay area...fears of massive detentions have increased...amid reports that immigration agents are planning to arrest as many as 15 hundred people... who are in the country illegally. (grant) in the north bay... a school district has launched an investigation after several teachers have come forward saying male students are sexually harassing them. (catherine) as kron four's terisa estacio reports, in one case, the teacher says the high school students were sending her
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obscene e-mails and text messages during class. we want to warn you - some of the allegations are disturbing. (estacio reporting) listen to what this teacher says is happening to her in her classrooms at tamalpais high in marin county. "i have been touched more than once, i have had obscene phone calls, on my work and personal emails, some using the school ip address." the math and english teacher recently spoke at a school board meeting - and she adds she is not alone - here is another teacher describe how she and others say they are being sexually harassed by male students at redwood highschool, in the same district. "there has been a woman who had condoms on her car, one male student asked a teacher what she looked like without any clothes on." "at first, i was shocked, to be honest with you." i met with school board president leslie lundgren. she says, the board had no idea the women were going to address the board in open session, but she says, she is glad they spoke up... so the board can take action. they have hired a private lawfirm that specializes in work place issues, as well as bring in a speciality female administrator. lundgren. the
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hope is that with it being a female, more will be open to talk. lundgren also adds that in these times of of the metoo movement, it is now more imporatnt then ever to find the truth. in mill valley, terisa estacio, kron4 news. (grant) coming up... the nation's oldest gun maker files for bankruptcy... the unexpected reason for the slump in gun sales. (catherine) also -- the major cosmetics retailer that's being accused of selling used makeup. (grant) and after the break... why santa clara
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county is telling their residents to go get tested for s-t-d's. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break. 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. south bay health officials
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are encouraging people to celebrate valentine's day by showing you care. they say that means...go get tested for sexually transmitted diseases.
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as kron four's rob fladeboe reports this suggestion comes after a sharp increase in std cases. mirroring a trend across california and the nation, syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia have been increasing for the past five years here in santa clara county. california has the highest number of cases of all states and it's not just confined to the youngest, most sexually active people among us says the health department's dr. sarah lewis dr. sarah lewis/santa clara county health dept. "...it's very worrisome becase we're seeing the rise across all genders, across all sexual orientations and increasingly across all age groups. where once we saw chlamydia and gonorrhea mostly in people ages 15-25, now we are seeing these rising rates in all ages..."(full screen)in 2016, the latest data available shows that there were 6,963 cases of chlamydia, 1,914 cases of gonorrhea and 351 cases of syphilis in santa clara county. the number of cases of syphilis also tripled
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from 2011 to 2016. why is this happening?dr. sarah lewis/county health department "....we know it's more than the fact that we are diagnosing more cases, although that is a piece of it. it may have more to do with changing patterns about how people meet their sexual partners or how many partners they have..."std's are easily treated and cured with antibiotics, but if left untreated, can increase the risk of hiv infection and complicate pregnancy. what can people do to reduce their risk of contracting or spreading std's?dr. sarah lewis "....abstaining from sex is one option, another would be to reduce the number of partners, using condoms correctly every time and getting tested and treated regularly..."for information about testing, answers to your questions as well as free condoms and other std prevention materials, visit "gettestedscc.org or stop by the county health department here at 976 lenzen avenue. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news
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blam blam( grant ) america's oldest gunmaker files for bankruptcy.remington arms wants to restructure its 700=million dollar debt.the company is blaming what it calls difficult industry conditions.( catherine ) so what does this say about america's supposed love affair with guns? kron four's steve aveson is in the newsroom with some answers. steve? (steve)catherine, grant, that love affair may not be over, but it's certainly cooling.the ironic part is that it's partly the result of having a strong gun rights advocate in the white house. crooked hillary is the most anti-gun, anti-second amendment candidate ever to run for office. the 2016 presidential campaign pushed gun sales to record levelsone las vegas store launched a pre=hillary sale ... warning
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that prices would soar when she won.instead, voters elected a candidate endorsed by the national rifle association.you have a true friend and champion in the white house. no longer will federal agencies come after law abiding gun owners.the government doesn't track gun sales, but it does keep figures on requests for background checks.and last year that number dropped by nearly two and a half million. compared to january 2016, background checks were down 20 percent in two years.bangthe federal numbers also reveal that one in three americans owns at least one gunbangone in 33 owns at least 17 firearms bangand one in 43 is a super=owner, with at least 140 weapons.nat popthe threat of tighter gun control laws has impacted more than remington. colt industries briefly sought bankruptcy protection last year.industry experts say remington iis likely to
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weather the storm.and a democratic comeback in the midterm elections this fall could send americans flocking back to gun stores/ (steve) in addition to slumping sales. remington recently had to settle a class action lawsuit over alleged defects in one of its rifles. another lawsuit seeking to hold remington partially liable for the sandy hook school masacre is currently pending before the connecticut supreme court. catherine and grant? (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: to was a cool and crisp day for parts of the bay area. sunshine ruled the skies with highs in the 50s to mid 60s. winds have calmed to a gentle breeze after a gusty
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night. bring a light coat if you're going out tonight. there will be plenty of stars and it will be chilly. doppler radar is still showing some rain in southern california as low pressure spins along the coast. on the satellite you can see another storm coming out of the gulf of alaska. it won't bring us any rain but we will see some clouds tomorrow. valentine's day will be partly cloudy and cooler with highs in the 50s to low 60s. more sunshine is expected on thursday as high pressure begins to return and temperatures will start to warm too. warmer weather is expected on friday and saturday with some highs possible into the low 70s. major cooling will begin on sunday with the possibility of record cold temperatures at the start of next week and maybe some showers too.
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(grant) and after the break... a warning if you wear makeup... a major company is being accused of selling products that have already been used. it's time for the 'ultimate sleep number event'
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on the only bed that adjusts on both sides to your ideal comfort, your sleep number setting. does your bed do that? right now, save 50% on the ultimate limited edition bed. ends soon. visit sleepnumber.com fora store near you. (catherine) a national beauty product chain is at the center of a lawsuit in illinois. the claim -- stores are re-selling returned makeup as new products. karen jordan reports. a lawsuit claims beauty
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product chain ulta repackages returned cosmetics and puts them back on the shelf selling them to unsuspecting customers. it is widespread knowledge that this practice has been occurring throughout all stores for years.attorney tom zimmermann represents a local woman who works in the beauty industry and became suspicious about some of the products purchased from ulta. he says the complaint filed last week in cook county circuit court cites claims by former employees of ulta that the corporation has a limit on how many returned items can be thrown away.the managers will take the use products out of the damaged bin and if they look good enough to resell they'll put them back on the shelves and resell them so that they don't exceed their quota.zimmerman says these products purchased from the ulta store on north michigan avenue seemed to be previously used eyeshadows missing a brush face cleansers already opened. he says the danger comes in pathogens that can remain on products for weeks. there was e. coli and klebsiella bacteria. which is commonly found in your intestine and it's expelled
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with your fecal matter.some ulta customers we talk to are surprised by the allegations. personally i have never experienced that. all of my products that i bought there have been in good condition.a spokesperson for bolingbrook based ulta responded by saying our policy does not allow the resale of used products.we are aware of the lawsuit and intend to vigorously defend against the allegations. the health and safety of ulta beauty guests is a top priority and we strive to consistently deliver an optimal experience every time they shop with us. (catherine) that was karen jordan reporting. another lawsuit was filed last month by a california woman - who's making the same claim. (grant) next at 5:30... a warning on the peninsula after a mountain lion is
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spotted... we'll tell you where. (catherine) and after the break... a woman is stabbed and left for dead on a road in livermore... and tonight we are learning new information about the suspects arrested for her murder.
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(catherine) local first... here are the stories we're tracking in your neighborhood... (grant)
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first... we continue to get new information on the woman who was found brutally stabbed in the east bay. she's been identified as 19- year-old lizette cuesta of tracy. she was found crawling on tesla road in livermore yesterday... and died a short time later. police say she willingly got in a car with the 2 suspects.... 19-year-old daniel gross and his 25-year- old girlfriend melissa leonardo. cuesta identified them before dying monday at a hospital. they're set to appear in court tomorrow. (grant) an important vote tonight in concord. the city council will consider outfitting police officers with body cameras. members will vote to approve a one-point-five million dollar contract with the company that would approve the cameras. if approved-- all officers will have body and dash- cameras by september of this year. (catherine) in the south bay... a large group of students and parents are meeting tonight...in the hope of stoppingsome lay-offs at the east side union high school district.. those at risk of losing their jobs
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include counselors and support staff, like librariansand activities directors. the school district says it doesn't have the money to save the jobs.. parents and students are meeting around six thirty tonight to discuss the issue. (grant) and in the north bay. april ninth... is the deadline for the removal of all hazardous wildfire ash and debris from all homes and businesses in santa rosa. that's according to city officials...who say as of last week... there were approximately 335 resdidential and 12 commercial structures that had not been cleared of ash and debris by private contractors. 3000 santa rosa homes and businesses were destroyed in the october wildfires. (catherine) on the peninsula... a warning after a mountain lion was spotted in san mateo county. it happened around 2:30 this afternoon near crystal springs reservoir. the mountain lion was spotted about a mile and a half north of the sawyer camp trail entrance on skyline boulevard. it didn't seem aggressive... but officials
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wre warning people to be alert while walking the trail. (catherine) a frightening scene yesterday when a train hit a car in palo alto. fortunately, no one was hurt. it happened on the tracks near charleston road and alma street. the car caught fire on impact....but the driver and passengers were able to get out safely beforethe collision. about 600 people were on the train. (catherine) in oregon. train.were on the 600 people about the collision.beforethe collision. about 600 people were on the train. (catherine)(catherine) (catherine) in oregon.
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authorities say rescuers have reached a group of climbers stranded on mount hood after one climber died after a fall. rescuers reached the climbers less than an hour ago. the sheriff's office says rescuers were
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assisting four climbers to safety. an additional three climbers were making their way down the mountain without assistance. (grant) to washington now...where the trump administration is changing its story tonight...offering a new reason why former staff secretary rob porter, accused of physically abusing two ex- wives and an ex girlfriend...was allowed to keep his job. and new tonight...the president's hand picked f-b-i director...is contradicting the white house's time line regarding who knew what about porter's past. joining us now to offer perspective, is former chair of the california republican party and author of the divided era, tom del belbecarro. the white house, and chief of staff,
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general john kelly says it found out about the allegations last week and porter was gone shortly after. today the fbi director said the white house was told about porter's issues three times last year. do you believe the trump administration or the fbi? (catherine) coming up... a
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warning about those cute metallic balloons people like to give as gifts on valentine's day.. the problems they can cause... (catherine) and steve kerr takes a break... and hands off his clipboard. why he says he decided to let the players step in to coach... players step in to coach... players step in to coach... ♪ strummed guitar you can't experience the canadian rockies through a screen. you have to be here, with us. ♪ upbeat music travel through this natural wonder and get a glimpse of amazing,
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steve kerr decided to have some fun with the players as they took on the phoenix suns. kerr... hands the dry erase board to andre iguodala.... and the players coached the team. they even ran yesterday's film session and shoot around iguodala must have drawn up a dunk for javale mcgee... mcgeee throws it down and the warriors are off and running david west... takes the clip board... and curry... knocks down a three... he finished with 22 points. here's kerr after the game on his decision... "they're tired of my voice, i'm tired of my voice. i think just having to count on each other and not hearing my voice which you know sounds like charlie brown teacher or parents or whoever's voice that is. at this point that is what i sounds like to them." (grant) the stakes were low since
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the suns were not playing well. the warriors didn't want it to seem disrespectful.. but suns players say.. they didn't deserve respect if they're going play that bad. the warriors dominate and win by a final of 129 to 83. (catherine) still ahead... it's the new trend that could leave you with some serious health problems. why doctors are warning people to be careful with the water they drink.
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(catherine) raw, unfiltered, untreated, straight from the source water. some people claim that drinking it has changed their lives.(grant) but doctors
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are warning this new trend could lead to serious health problems. kron 4's justine waldman has an in-depth look at what the raw water obsession is all about nats raw water.it's crystal clear.but its consequences are anything but.could what's in this glass help or hurt you?sot i even take it to restaurants sometimes i am that adamant about itmusician lee sayer is a self-described raw water advocate.he's turned off by tap water sighting the chemicals, toxins and fluoride found inside.sot there are peer reviewed studies that show fluoride lowers iq in children by 3 pointsnats pouring sayer gets shipments of untreated live water from oregon.this water comes straight from a natural spring, into elaborate glass jugs delivered to his door.and he drinking it makes him feel difference, better, healthier. sot it tastes amazing / it has all the micronutrients sot it is uncleaned untreated water but doctors like timur durrani a toxicology expert at ucsf, advise against jumping the raw water trend train he tells me even if it comes from the cleanest streams it can contain animal feces and arsenic. and diseases like e.coli and cholera.sot from a health prospective we just want people to be safe we don't have an issue with it
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being natural but there are naturally occurring infections nats cheers to your health! clink!so i had to try itit smells clean. and tastes i think like snow.nats it tastes like waterso far, no detrimental effects from drinking one glass.other than some gas. nats flushfor sayer, he'll never go back to the tap.despite the warnings, drinking this is for him.sot this is a lifestyle thingraw water is it a fad or the way of the future?the answer is not clear.in san francisco justine waldman kron 4 news.
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(catherine) as for the price....sayer says he pays $9 for 2-and-a-half gallons.if you want it free, there is an app that leads you to natural springs in area. (grant) let's get a check on what we are working on for kron4 news at six. steve aveson is standing by in the kron4 newsroom. thanks grant. coming up new at six. we have an update on the project to add a third lane on the eastbound direction of the san rafael bridge..but many commuters asking what about the westbound direction? tonight - we sit down with a marin county supervisor to get some answers. plus - an east bay high school removes the national anthem from school rallies..we'll tell you the reasoning behind it. that's next new on kron4 news at six... grant back to you in the studio. thanks
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steve, we'll see you at six. (catherine) p-g-and-e is warning that unsecured metallic balloons can fly into power lines - causingdangerous outages. they're bringing it up now since a lot of the balloons are presented on valentine's day....more so than any other holiday. earlier this month - metallic balloons caused a power outage in san jose..which affected nearly 36 hundred residents. (catherine) more couples are getting married in san francisco. in the fiscal year 2016-2017 -- nearly four- thousand more were public licenses were recorded thanin 2007. city officials say same-sex marriage is a major factor - which wasn't legal back then. as for valentine's day tomorrow... san francisco generally sees about three times more weddings than usual.. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.
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lawrence karnow: to was a cool and crisp day for parts of the bay area. sunshine ruled the skies with highs in the 50s to mid 60s. winds have calmed to a gentle breeze after a gusty night. bring a light coat if you're going out tonight. there will be plenty of stars and it will be chilly. doppler radar is still showing some rain in southern california as low pressure spins along the coast. on the satellite you can see another storm coming out of the gulf of alaska. it won't bring us any rain but we will see some clouds tomorrow. valentine's day will be partly cloudy and cooler with highs in the 50s to low 60s. more sunshine is expected on thursday as high pressure begins to return and temperatures will start to warm too. warmer weather is expected on friday and saturday with some highs possible into the low 70s. major cooling will begin on sunday with the possibility of record cold temperatures at the start of next week and maybe some showers too.
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(grant) next at 5... we'll tell you how a dog found it's way home.... after being missing for almost a year.
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(grant) it's a happy reunion of "best friends." a california woman's dog somehow disappeared... gone for more than half-a-year. however, as tony lopez reports... the two are back together again, thanks to a bunch of volunteers and the pup's micro chip. nat sound"where you been? i was waiting for you."it's a hug for a husky--that's been a long time comin'--like--try ten months long:shaunta lowman/owner"we don't know exactly what happened--he was missing one day--and i went looking for him."that day--was april 21st--2017--when this 2 year old cutie--named "champ"-- somehow--got away--or was taken away-- from his sacramento home--shaunta
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lowman/owner"he's been gone for so long--but i never stopped givin' up hope."how could she?i mean look at this face--and when champ's owner- -shaunta lowman got a call-- that her pal--had been found in bakersfield--some 300 miles away--husky volunteer groups--went to work--to bring him home:shaunta lowman/owner "complete strangers-- literally--all of them were complete strangers to me and they helped me get my dog back home."strangers--who arranged for drivers--to bring champ back--every step of the way: nicole maniates/volunteer"so bakersfield to fresno--fresno to manteca--manteca to galt-- galt to sacramento."shaunta lowman/owner"without 'em i wouldn't have been able to get him back."nat sound"thank you-- you're so welcome."the thank you--goes both ways--because champ's owner had him micro- chipped:nicole maniates/volunteer"the biggest thing here with this story is that he was micro- chipped--that's the only way that we were really able to reunite him."and as champ jumps for joy--his owner and the husky rescue group--tells us these types of dogs--tend to -- not just be vocal:nat soundbut they've been known to wander:nicole maniates/voluntee r"we've found dogs in different states before..so it's interesting how that works--somehow--someway--they travel far."champ's travellin' days--are over--the only wandering he'll be doing--will be in his yard--that he hasn't
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sniffed for nearly a year-- welcome home--husky! (grant) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5. steve aveson and catherine heenan are here with what we are working on for kron4 news at six. (steve) thanks grant.coming up - we're on top of breaking news in san francisco. ten middle school students sickened at a middle school.. now we're learning it might have been illicit drugs.. (catherine) then - we have new video just in to the newsroom...showing the moments after part of an engine fell off a plane... it happened
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during a flight from s-f-o to hawaii... kron4 news at six starts right after the break. (steve) breaking news we're
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following tonight... 10 children are being treated after falling ill at a middle school in san francisco... and tonight we're learning that they could have been sickened by illicit drugs. good evening i'm steve aveson. (catherine) and i'm catherine heenan in for pam moore. some of the students were taken to the hospital this afternoon... it happened at james lick middle school in the city's noe valley neighborhood. authorities say the students ingested a substance that made them sick.. (steve) kron 4's dan kerman is live in san francisco tonight... dan,
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what is the latest? james lick overdose 0213186 inserta 911 call about students eating medical edibles brought ambulances, firetrucks and the departments mass casualty bus to san francisco's james lick middle school tuesday afternoon.sot gentle blythe/sf school district spokesperson 14-24 there was a student who came to the office reporting illness and reporting they had ingested some kind of substance.at this point it's will not confirm what the substance was but within an hour a total of 10 students had become ill 2 seriously and a third listed as critical, though not life threateningsot lt. jonathan baxter/san francisco fire
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dept. 39-45they are showing more severe signs which could include naseua and vomiting altered level of consciousness as school let out, the school district notified the parents of everyone at the school just in case anyone else gets ill after hourssot118 evaluated appropriately
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(steve) new video tonight from a united airlines flight from san francisco to honolulu..showing moments after part of the engine fell off.. you can see the engine vibrating... for that reason the pilot declared an emergency.a lot of people took out their phones and snapped photos. .. a scary experience for people onboard that plane....the aircraft was able to make to hawaii.. and it did land safely.. the boeing 7-7-7 has two engines -- in a statement, united says its pilots followed all necessary protocols to land safely after the cover was lost. an investigation into what caused the problem in underway. (catherine)another big story tonight.we're learning more about the connection between a young woman from tracy who was stabbed and left to die on a road in livermore -- and the two suspects from modesto arrested for her murder. (steve) today
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investigators with the alameda sheriff's office released the names of the victim and the two suspects... kron4's haaziq madyun was there. homicide investigators here at the alameda county sheriff's office in san leandro announce the name of the victim and two suspects in monday morning's deadly stabbing in livermoresot one thing that the sheriff's office has learned...these three people driving at 2am on tesla road in livermore were not strangerssot
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kelly/alameda cou ty sheriff's office: "we do know that all three of these people knew each other, that they were friends, on the night of the incident lizette got in the car with the suspects, concensually">however she was ultimately dumped on the road, bleeding badly and left for dead but she lived long enough to tell first responders that gross and leonardo killed her sot
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jose's silver creek high school in 2016, the east side union high school district released a statement saying in part: "we are in shock and disbelief regarding this tragic event. our thoughts and prayers go out to her family, friends, and loved ones." they're also making counselors available to students. (steve) coming up at 6:30... we'll hear from the driver of the car who found the victim and helped police identify the two suspects identify the helped police the victim and car who found the victim and helped police identify the two suspects in her killing. (catherine) new tonight at 6. a san francisco firefighter who says she was unfairly blamed for driving over a teenager thrown from the wreckage of a 20-13 airliner crash at s-f-o has been awarded 250-thousand dollars in a settlement. elyse ducket claimed in her lawsuit that she was being made a scapegoat for bigger failures in the rescue efforts after the crash of asiana flight 214. three people died in the crash, including
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the teenager, and hundreds were injured. a spokesman for the city attorney's office said the settlement was reasonable given the facts of the case. (steve)another big story we're tracking tonight.a north bay school district has launched an indepth investigation after several teachers have come forward saying male students are sexually harassing them. (catherine)as kron four's terisa estacio reports, in one case, the teacher says, the high school students were sending her obscene emails and text messages during class. we want to warn you - some of the allegations are disturbing. terisa estacio reporting, marin countyone teacher who works here at tamalpais high school in mill valley says she has been afraid to speak up in the past, fearing retaliation. but she adds says she is talking now, the subject too important - listen in...."i have been touched more than once, i have had obscene phone calls, on my work and personal emails, some using the school ip address."the math and english teacher recently spoke at a school board meeting -
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and she adds she is not alone - here is another teacher describe how she and others say they are being sexually harassed by male students at redwood highschool, in the same district."there has been a woman who had condoms on her car, one male student asked a teacher what she looked like without any clothes on.""at first, i was shocked, to be honest with you."i met with school board president leslie lundgren. she says, the board had no idea the women were going to address the board in open session, but she says, she is glad they spoke up... so the board can take action. they have hired a private lawfirm that specializes in work place issues, as well as bring in a speciality female administrator.lundgren also adds that in these times of of the metoo movement, it is now more imporatnt then ever to expose the truth.estacio -back to the teacher here at tamalpais, she says, her experience has been so awful that is taking a leave of absence next year.in mill valley, te
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(steve) in national news -- president trump tweeting today that negotationg on daca have begun... going on to say this will be our "last chance" to solve the daca puzzle. ... and that both sides of the aisle have indicated they want to work together to get it done. (steve) tonight -- a group of republican senators have a proposal to turn the president's "four pillars" of immigration into law. they say it will protect the
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hundreds of thousands of so-called "dreamers"-young men and women brought to this country illegally as children-from deportation. but as anna wiernicki explains, democrats are pushing a proposal of their own. nats pop anna wiernicki: republicans say they've found a fix for daca.john cornyn: this is a reasonable proposal. anna wiernicki: texas senator john cornyn and six other republican senators introduced the "secure and succeed act". cornyn says the amendment builds on the president's "four pillars" of immigration proposal and gives legal status and ultimately citizenship to almost 2 million young illegal immigrants. it would also provide $25 billion dollars for border security, including a border wall.john cornynu.s. senator, r-texasthis legislation provides a real plan to strengthen our borders and utilize boots on the ground, better technology and infrastructure.//chuck schumer: this is a very difficult issue. we're all aware of that. anna wiernicki: but senate minority leader chuck schumer says he'd like to see a slimmer bill that helps the dreamers and provides ásome money for
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border security. schumer says the senate should debate both the republican proposal and the bipartisan proposal introduced by chris coons and john mccain.chuck schumer: that protects the dreamers, boosts border security and adds resources for immigration courts.anna wiernicki (stand up)washington correspondentand the clock is ticking-senator majority leader mitch mcconnell says the immigration debate needs to be wrapped by thursday before the senate breaks for recess next week. mitch mcconnell: if we are going to resolve these matters this week we need to get moving anna wiernicki: congress only has two more working weeks before president donald trump's march 5th deadline.that's when dreamers could face deportation. president trump: i think we have a chance to do daca very bipartisan i think that can happen.anna wiernicki: president trump tweeted this morning that it is congress' "last chance, there will never be another opportunity!".in washington, i'm anna wiernicki. (catherine) an undocumented immigrant pleaded not guilty to federal gun charges today... after being acquitted in the death of kate steinle last year in san francisco. jose garcia-zarate pleaded not guilty to two federal gun charges. . in 2015 -- steinle was walking on pier 14
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with her father... when she was shot and killed. garcia-zarate's attorney claimed the shooting was accidental... his subsequent acquittal prompted a firestorm of criticism from president trump toward sanctuary cities... zarate - a transient undocumented immigrant with a criminal record - had been deported five times before the shooting. a live look outside right now... as we get our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: to was a cool and crisp day for parts of the bay area. sunshine ruled the skies with highs in the 50s to mid 60s. winds have calmed to a gentle breeze after a gusty night. bring a light coat if you're going out tonight. there will be plenty of stars and it will be chilly. doppler radar is still showing some rain in southern california as low pressure spins along the
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coast. on the satellite you can see another storm coming out of the gulf of alaska. it won't bring us any rain but we will see some clouds tomorrow. valentine's day will be partly cloudy and cooler with highs in the 50s to low 60s. more sunshine is expected on thursday as high pressure begins to return and temperatures will start to warm too. warmer weather is expected on friday and saturday with some highs possible into the low 70s. major cooling will begin on sunday with the possibility of record cold temperatures at the start of next week and maybe some showers too. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) controversy over the national anthem building at an east bay high school wherethe decision has been made to stop singing the song altogether. we'll explain. (( áá v.o. / catherine áá )) lots of frustration for commuters using the richmond san raphael bridge but a new changeis about to be
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completed. how big a difference will it make? an expert joins me to talk about it coming up. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) in the east bay dozens rallied in support of a family planning a wrongful death lawsuit against bart after an officer involved shooting death.
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an east bay family has filed a civil claim against bart -- paving the way for a wrongful death lawsuit. 28-year-old shaleem tidle was shot and killed by a bart police officer last month.
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it's a shooting that tindle's family says never should have happened. kron four's philippe djegal reports from oakland... where tindle's family and other community members are demanding action. (philippe) shaleem tindle was killed january third... when a bart police officer shot the 28-year-old across the street from the west oakland bart station... where on tuesday, members of tindle's family and their attorney john burris declared the shooting was unjustified. john burris/attorney- "this is the backside of shaleem. one hole here, one here and one here." burris shared this photo of shaleem, pointing to three entry wounds on his back. the result of the three gunshots burris says bart officer joseph mateu (muh-too) the third fired at tindle. investigators found a gun on the ground after the shooting. tindle's family says it was shaleem's. in a civil claim filed by the family against bart... the tindle's say shaleem shot the man he was fighting in the leg before the officer responded... but that shaleem was not in possession of the gun when the officer opened fire. laron mayfield, shaleem's older brother witnessed the shooting... as did
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shaleem's two young kids.laron mayfield/shaleem's brother- "i seen it with my eyes, and it was heartbreaking. my brother put his hands up and he turned around. he has his turned. he turned around and looked at the police like what the hell are you shooting me for." john burris says the civil claim filed against bart... lays the groundwork for a wrongful death lawsuit against the transit agency. burris says the oakland police department, which is leading the investigation... allowed him to see the officer's body-camera footage from the incident as well as some members of the tindle family.john burris/attorney- "whatever happened before, we don't really know. but obviously there was a fight going on. but in terms of the officer's ability and legal basis to shoot, he did not have that at the time." bart says it intends to release the body-cam video once the investigation is complete. in the meantime, officer mateu (muh-too) remains on paid administrative leave. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news.
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(catherine) we're about to see the completion of some big changes for the richmond-san rafael bridge... where drivers are often frustrated with back-ups. in april - the bridge shoulder in the eastbound direction will become a third traffic lane for peak traffic. as for the upper deck headed into marin --- the westbound direction gets a lane for pedestriansand bicyclists... what about cars? that's still being debated. joining us to talk about this - supervisor damon connolly - who also sits on the metropolitan transportation commission. a lot of people say these changes will solve only 'half' the problems...? what's the latest?(questions) supervisor (questions)
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latest?what's the problems...? us. steve?nks for joining connolly....thasupervisor (questions)latest? (questions) supervisor connolly....thanks for joining us. steve?
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(steve) taking a look now at richardson bay --- drone video we took today from our quadcopter 4. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. lawrence karnow: to was a cool and crisp day for parts of the bay area. sunshine ruled the skies with highs in the 50s to mid 60s. winds have calmed to a gentle breeze after a gusty night. bring a light coat if you're going out tonight. there will be plenty of stars and it will be chilly. doppler radar is still showing some rain in southern california as low pressure spins along the coast. on the satellite you can see another storm coming out of the gulf of alaska. it won't bring us any rain but we will see some clouds tomorrow. valentine's day will be partly cloudy and cooler with highs in the 50s to low 60s. more sunshine is expected on thursday as high pressure begins to return and temperatures will start to
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warm too. warmer weather is expected on friday and saturday with some highs possible into the low 70s. major cooling will begin on sunday with the possibility of record cold temperatures at the start of next week and maybe some showers too.
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(steve) new tonight at 6. students at cal high in san ramon have removed the national anthem from school rallies. the reason behind the move is the song's ááunsung verses -- that some students considered racist. the school paper specifically called out the unsung part of the anthem that says "no refuge could save the hireling and slave." while some parents support the move -- others want the anthem back in school events. the school has dealt with issues of racism before -- two years ago racist graffiti was discovered in a bathroom that read "whites" and "colored" above toilets. (( áá v.o. / catherine áá )) you've heard the saying that you have to kiss lots of frogs before finding a prince...but this valentines day -- there's a shortage of frogs, so match dot com is stepping in to help. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) san francisco is reporting an increase in happy faces at city hall.why more and more, people are deciding
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to get married in the city by the bay.
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(steve) just in time for valentine's day. a new report shows that more couples are getting married in san francisco.(catherine) in the fiscal year 2016-2017 -- nearly four-thousand more public licenses were recorded thanin 2007. city officials say same-sex marriage is a major factor - which wasn't legal back then. (steve) as for valentine's day tomorrow... san francisco generally sees about three times more weddings than usual.. (catherine) and in case you need to prevent your pets from looking for love this valentine's day... we have some advice.. (steve) the san francisco s-p-c-a is celebratingspay and neuter awareness month by offering the service free of charge. (catherine) the only catch....chihuahuas, pit bulls and shepherd mixes are the only breeds included in the promotion. they represent more than half the dogs coming into shelters.. the offer is good for san francisco
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residents until the end of march. (steve) you have to kiss a lot of frogs to find your prince, or so the saying goes. (catherine)... but this valentine's day, a suitor on match-dot-com is actually a frog -- named "romeo". the 11-year-old bolivian water frog is on a mission to save his species.(steve) match-dot-com is teaming up with global wildlife conservation and the bolivian amphibian initiative in a fundraising campaign to help romeo find his juliet. (catherine) the online dating giant will match each donation made through valentine's day... they're hoping to raise 15-thousand dollars for 10 expeditions to places where romeo's species was once common. (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) across the country there's been a dramatic increase in sexually transmitted disease.one bay area county is tackling the problem with a dramatic approach. (catherine)and one year later -- concerns still linger about the oroville dam spillway accident that displaced
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old woman who was brutally murdered monday morning in livermore has now been identified.(steve) grant lodes joins us here in the studio to talk about what we've learned about the victim and her suspected killers today. (grant) the 19-year old woman the 19-year
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(grant) the 19-year old woman who was brutally murdered monday morning has now been identified as lizzette cuesta of tracy. before she died, she was able to identify two suspects ---19-year old daniel gross of modesto and 25-year old melissa leonardo. police say the two are romantically involved with each other. they have been arrested and booked into santa rita jail. it was around 2am monday when a driver on tesla road in livermore saw cuesta on bleeding on the side of the road and called 911. we are now hearing from the driver who found the woman on the side of the road yesterday. richard load-holt says the woman was fighting for her life when he found her... soaked in blood and dragging herself along the road.
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(grant) if you want to hear the entire interview with the man who found the victim-- we have it posted on our website at kron4-dot-com. in mill valley, several teachers are speaking out saying they have been sexually harassed by male high school students. "in my tenure, i have been slandered, harassed my male students. "and she says she is not alone, the board president says school district is launching an investigation.terisa estacio, kron4 news.
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in oakland... the family of a 28-year-old man killed by a bart police officer has filed a civil claim against the transit agency. after being allowed to watch police body-camera footage of the incident... shaleem tindle's family says the shooting was unjustified. they say tindle was not armed the moment the bart officer shot and killed him. bart says the officer was responding to reports of gunfire and a fight at the time. the officer-involved has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. lawrence karnow: to was a cool and crisp day for parts of the bay area. sunshine ruled the skies with highs in the 50s to mid 60s. winds have calmed to a gentle breeze after a gusty night. bring a light coat if you're going out tonight. there will be plenty of stars and it will be chilly. doppler radar is still showing some
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rain in southern california as low pressure spins along the coast. on the satellite you can see another storm coming out of the gulf of alaska. it won't bring us any rain but we will see some clouds tomorrow. valentine's day will be partly cloudy and cooler with highs in the 50s to low 60s. more sunshine is expected on thursday as high pressure begins to return and temperatures will start to warm too. warmer weather is expected on friday and saturday with some highs possible into the low 70s. major cooling will begin on sunday with the possibility of record temperatures at the start of next week and showers too. (catherine) a scourge of the ages known as syphilis is on the rise. in santa clara alone - there's been a three fold increase in the past five years.. now - it's not just syphilis - and health officials are sounding the alarm. kron four's rob fladeboe has the story. rob fladeboe/san jose"....with sexually transmitted diseases on the rise here in santa clara county, the health department is encouraging people to celebrate valentines day by showing you care. know your status, they say, get tested..."mirroring a trend across california and the nation, syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia have been increasing for the past five years here in santa clara county. california has the highest number of cases of all states and it's not just confined to the youngest, most sexually active people among
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us says the health department's dr. sarah lewis dr. sarah lewis/santa clara county health dept. "...it's very worrisome because we're seeing the rise across all genders, across all sexual orientations and increasingly across all age groups. where once we saw chlamydia and gonorrhea mostly in people ages 15-25, now we are seeing these rising rates in all ages..."(full screen)in 2016, the latest data available shows that there were 6,963 cases of chlamydia, 1,914 cases of gonorrhea and 351 cases of syphilis in santa clara county. the number of cases of syphilis also tripled from 2011 to 2016. why is this happening?dr. sarah lewis/county health department "....we know it's more than the fact that we are diagnosing more cases, although that is a piece of it. it may have more to do with changing patterns about how people meet their sexual partners or how many partners they have..."std's are easily treated and cured with antibiotics, but if left untreated, can increase the risk of hiv infection and complicate pregnancy. what can people do to reduce their risk of contracting or spreading std's?dr. sarah lewis "....abstaining from sex is one option, another would be to reduce the number of partners, using condoms correctly every time and getting tested and treated regularly..."rob fladeboe/san jose"....health officials also point out that it is possible for someone to have an std and beunaware of it, potentially putting other at risk. all
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the more reason to get tested regularly. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news (steve) it's now been just over a year since a failure at a spillway of the oroville dam forced the evacuation of over 200-thousand californians. the incident still weighs
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heavily on the minds of local residents and lawmakers. angela musallam reports now on what's being done to ensure this sort of catastrophe never happens again. (nats)"one year ago today we once again experienced the sick paralyzing fear in the pit of our stomachs."a familiar feeling for michael morris .. one of many evacuees forced to race to safety .. one year ago .. today - when main spillway at the oroville dam .. failed.michael morris/evacuee"i couldn't believe what was going on." morris had been patrolling the levees in yuba city .. when he got the callanother evacuee .. who lives right next to the feather river .. recounts going into fight or flight mode.michelle macdonald/evacuee "we had to make a decision if we were gonna stay one or move out overnight."both evacuees' homes were spared - but .. they're now at capitol .. in support of new legislation .. cracking down on dam safety in oroville.james gallagher/(r) california state assembly"the original design had deficiencies and everybody who as looked at that said that was the case."assemblyman james gallagher is behind the bill.he's pushing for more oversight at the oroville dam .. and more in-depth inspections .. which he says up until now .. were superficial.james gallagher/(r) california state
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assembly"our current statute says the dam should be inspected from time to time, obviously this is completely insufficient."gallagher says his bill would require the department of water resources to set higher standards for dam inspections .. and work with outside agencies and experts .. to develop more detailed protocols.(natsot) "never again, we will not allow ourselves to be needlessly put in fear and desperation."since the mass evacuation .. morris makes it a point to get a tour of the oroville dam every few months .. while many across the north state hold their breath .. hoping they'll never have to re-live february 12-th of 2017 .. again.(natsot) "by the time we are done, the whole state is going to give a damn." (catherine)coming up... facebook launches a new service --snapchat catches flak for its new interface -- and an app that lets you talk about work anonymously. that's all coming up after the break. all coming up after the break. all coming up after the break. ♪ strummed guitar
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to, but we hope the community will enjoy it once they settle in." (catherine) facebook has launched its new 'list' feature today that's designed to have users post more personal updates. it lets a user create a list - so they can share ideas and spark conversation with friends. the user can also add colors and emojis to their lists. the new feature comes as facebook makes major changes.. just last month, the company announced that it's moving away from news articles and more towards posts from family and friends. (steve) an app that's helping employees speak up about problems at work with anonymity is gaining popularity. "blind" requires users to sign up with their company email address, but posts aren't linked back to the user. the app first launched in 2014 in south korea, but since coming to the united states a year later, it has added tens of thousands of employees from tech companies like apple, amazon, and google.
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businesses are taking note. last month, lyft began investigating complaints after accusations of improper access to rider data were posted on blind. a dramatic departure from the conversation about sports fromthe coach of the san antonio spurs. his comments about racism coming up and warriors coach steve kerr turned the blackboard over to his players last night.. and it worked.. today he talks about the players as "coach" gary radnich has the details when we come back!
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a very unique approach by steve kerr during last night's warrirs-suns game... kerr let the layers take over the coaching duties during timeouts... giving up the breaseboard to andre
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iguodala... david west... and draymond green... who wasn't playing due to a finger sprain... kerr had let the plaers know previously about the plane... in fact... iguodala ran practice and javale mcgee rans the film session prior to the game... the warriors blew out the suns... 129-83... after the game kerr was aked about the ploy...(sot: kerr) "i don't feel like we've focused well at all the last month and it seemed like just the right thing to do. i thought they communicated really well together, and they drew up some nice plays and it was a good night for the guys. "there's some people out there who feel that this might be disrespectful to the suns.""had nothing to do with being disrsepectful, it had to do with trying to reach my team. i have not reached them for the last month. they're tired of my voice. i'm tired of my voice." "steve, how do you think draymond in particular handled the huddles. "i don't know. i wasn;t listening (reporters laugh)." spurs coach gregg popovich stirred
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things up bit this morning when asked about how important black history month is to the nba...""i think it's pretty obvious - the league is made up of a lot of black guys. so, to honor that and understand it is pretty simplistic. how would you ignore that? but more importantly, we live in a racist country that hasn't figured it out yet.(wipe to popovich broll)
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the latest on the 49ers and reuben foster... he was arrested sunday on suspicion of domestic abuse and possession of an assault weapon... foster has been in contact with team officials multiple times... as they gather more facts about the incident foster's girlfriend alleges he threw her belonging out of their house... then dragged her outside reports have the 49ers... according to the information they have... not considering the incident as disturbing as the one involving tramaine brock a year ago... when the team let him go only a day after his arrest... the changes in that case were eventually dropped
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as of now it looks like the team is in a wait and see position concerning the future of foster pitchers and catchers reported to spring training for the giants and a's today... their first workout is tomorrow... as for the a's catcher bruce maxwell says he no longer will kneel for the national anthem as he did last season as a rookie... when he became the first major leaguer to do so following the lead of many nfl players... most notable former 49er colin kaepernick maxwell was arrested in arizona in late october after a food delivery person alleged he pointed a gun at her... the a's plan to start him at catcher despite the off-field issues. maxwell... who comes from a military family... said he knelt last year to raise awareness to social issues...
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as rumors of him becoming a los angeles laker next season heat up... lebron james continues to make inroads into hollywood... james and his business partner maverick carter are producing a new version of "house party,"... the comedy featuring hip-hop duo kid 'n play that debuted in 1990. james' springhill entertainment production company described the project as a "fresh re-imagining" of the original lebron said he may make a cameo in the movie... he has had some success apearing in movies such as "trainwreck" get ready this saturday... the premier episode of kron's new basketball show... "kron hoop session"... hosted by mark carpenter... will air at 11pm... and contnue every saturday night throught the nba season this saturday mark interview's warriors guard nick young... aka "sawaggy p."... that's this saturday at 11pm
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find out more at basspro.com/classic. your adventure starts here. you're welcome. (catherine) crowds welcomed prince harry and fiancee meghan markle to edinburgh castle in scotland today. the royal couple spent several minutes talking to people and shaking hands. they've been getting warm welcomes and lots of attention wherever they go... while inside the castle
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today -- we're told they watched the firing of the "one o'clock gun" - a tradition dating back to 18-61. the couple will be married at the chapel in windsor castle - may 19th. (steve) a city in china is ringing in their spring festival ... and the year of the dog ... in high-tech, digital style! china's spring festival starts on february 16 residents of guangzhou city are welcoming it with a stunning light show that engulfs the city's skyline, centered around canton tower. more than 700 beam lamps and 30 laser lamps light up the night sky. a 90-foot dog statue was also erected to mark the year of the dog. lawrence karnow: final weather check
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