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"ive been in the classroom for 22 years. this time everyone is asking me as a teacher, what are you doing to do?' (justine) in the wake of the florida school shooting - a group of moms got together to something about gun violence. good evening... im justine waldman...(jrstone) and im jr stone. "moms demand action" had an emergency meeting this evening. kron 4's hermela aregawi was there.. she joins us live from sausalito with that story.. hermela - how do they plan to actually make changes? they have plans to work with other anti gun violence groups all over the country.. to help vote out politicians that
don't support what they believe are sensible gun safety measures.. that effort is in the works..and tonight.. the moms say were really encouraged by their own children who also want to fight for change. it's not ban guns its keeping guns away from dangerous people this group of north bay moms.. are working to protect children from gun violence. dana spaeth-williams/moms demand actionevery time this happens, it's devastating. it makes me sick inside. you know not only the danger of sending my children to school but the fact that my children are in lock down drills and they don't see anything changing. so the moms rally.. they educate each other.. and they urge their local politicans to do more. molly coomber/moms demand actionhow can we make it so that kids don't have access to guns, that dangerous criminals and domestic abusers and the mentally unstable don't have access to gunsliz nelson/concerned parent and teacher:i feel sad i feel so sad. you know as a teacher i feel so sad for all the teachers and all the students. and also being a momeach shooting they come in with
questions. how can this keep happening? are we safe? what are we doing to be safe? kids are going to school with more fear than we ever did as children the group says they are motivated by the courage of the survirors of the florida shooting - some of whom have been demanding their politicians do more. and they say.. their own children are speaking out too. molly coomber/moms demand actioni am really hopeful this time because i'm seeing kids take action. and im hearing the student's voices and they are loud and they are clear. they are being clear about what they want and why. they are being very clear that they are looking to us to do something. and that's giving me incredible hope. (jrstone) (jrstone) wednesday's horrific shooting has many americans
debating what they would do if caught in a similar situation... run or hide? when a fire alarm goes off students typically leave the building. during active shooter situations, many are taught to hide in classrooms. both scenarios happened in florida, creating a dilemma for students and staff. emergency responders say there is no single accepted set of best practices for responding to active shooter situations. school protocols vary dramatically from district to district around the country. (justine) in the east bay... a car crashed right into a fremont pizza parlor... and may have broken a man's leg. kron four's spencer blake talked with employees at the little caesar's ...who were startled by the sudden crash. store manager junet cunningham was in the back of this little caesar's shop saturday morning when she heard a giant boom, accompanied by shattering
glass."we just looked and saw that there was a car inside the store."that car, a silver honda was driven by an elderly man.police say he mistook his gas pedal for his brake pedal. the car careened right up to the door employees use to go behind the counter - you can still see the damage on the walls and the counter. "the door was stuck, the outer door was stuck, so we cannot see him."one of the owners immediately called her brother and co-owner, chris romero. "the first thing is we wanted to make sure that everyone was okay. there was someone who was injured, but it could have been a lot worse."that man who got hurt was doing outside maintenance at the strip mall, and got pinned under the car. firefighters had to pull him out from underneath it, and he went to for non-life- threatening possibly a broken leg."have you ever seen anything like this?no, and i hope not anymore!"the driver of the car was uninjured.but the front of the building certainly wasn't.these workers took out all the mangled pieces and closed the gaping hole with plywood... within a few hours.(reporter)even while this plywood was going up...the store had already reopened, and was serving
pizza with the sound of power tools roaring in the background.in fremont, spencer blake, kron four news. (j.r.) a nasty wreck in contra costa county today. this rollover crash happened this morning on marsh creek road between deer valley and round valley regional preserve in brentwood. the driver rolled their vehicle. traffic was blocked in both directions for sometime. that driver was taken to the hospital. their condition is unknown tonight. (justine) new at ten... we are learning about a stabbing that happened outside a restaurant in san jose. police say the stabbing happened around 7:30 tonight at a restaurant near story road and mclaughlin avenue. authorities say when officers arrived, the found a man suffering from at least on stab wound. the man was taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries. police say they are investigating the motive surrounding the stabbing. (justine) san francisco police released this photo from a drug arrest early this morning in the tenderloin. the suspected drug dealer was
found in possession of 66 bags of cocaine and heroin. the suspect has a prior felony warrant for selling narcotics. he was booked and arrested on drug charges. (jrstone) a shooting near golden gate park's panhandle area left one dead and another injured. it started around 6:30 last night. police say officers found two people suffering from gunshot wounds. authorities say it appears that the suspect... transient joel armstrong got into an argument. police say armstrong shot the men, stole their car and took off. authorities say they found the car a short time later with armstrong inside... but say he would not get out. after more than an hour... police say officers were about to talk armstrong out of the car. he is facing a string of charges including murder, possession of a firearm and car jacking. (j.r.)firefighters were busy at work in antioch this morning. this apartment on
peppertree way caught fire with two people inside. officers say one of those two was a 78-year-old man with a physical disability. police officers rescued him and the woman inside. they were both taken to the hospital with smoke inhilation. they should be okay. it appears this fire started in the kitchen and on the stove. it's unclear if any other units were affected. (jr stone) in vacaville-- police arrested two men during a foiled home invasion friday. the robbers were identified as jacob grant and matthew allen. they broke into the home... but didn't realize someone was still inside. the homeowner called police right away. officers also recovered a stolen light blue toyota prius with oregon plates. (justine) new at ten... police are investigating three deaths after bodies were found in the east bay. the discovery happened earlier today on third street near downtown niles in fremont. police were responding to a
welfare check when they saw a non-responsive woman and dog through a window. upon further investigation another body was found in the home. officials say a gun was found near one of the victims. police are still investigating the cause of death but believe it was an isolated incident. (mabrisa rodriguez)conditions will turn blustery and much colder on sunday as a strong cold front sweeps through the region. there are also chances of showers mainly across the central coast sunday night into monday with snow levels forecast to drop below 1,000 feet. in wake of the frontal passage, some of the coldest temperatures the region has experienced in years are forecast for early next week. a strong cold front is forecast to sweep across the region on sunday morning. this cold front will potentially result in the following weather hazards:á locally strong and gusty west to northwest winds from sunday
afternoon through monday. the strongest winds are expected near the coast where wind gusts up to 45 mph are possible. a wind advisory may be needed for coastal areas from sunday afternoon through monday.á most forecast models indicate the potential for post frontal showers across portions of the region from sunday night into monday, mainly along coastal areas and across the central coast. in addition, snow levels are forecast to drop as low as 1,500 feet on sunday night and as low as 1,000 feet on monday. a dusting to light snow accumulation is possible in the north bay mountains, east bay hills as well as the diablo and gabilan ranges. the greatest potential for snow accumulation will be in the santa cruz mountains with 1 to 3 inches and in the santa lucia mountains of northwest monterey county where 2 to 6 inches of snowfall will be possible.á in wake of the frontal passage, one of the coldest air masses in recent years will settle in over the region. as winds subside monday night morning, overnight likely fall below
most inland areas potentially even locations. tuesday night morning may be freeze warnings advisories will for this event night through morning. temperatures are moderate by night. (justine) have you ever wondered how much you need to make to purchase a median-priced home in san francisco?... well we have the answer... a jaw-dropping 303-thousand dollar minimum qualifying income.(jrstone) that number comes from the california association of realtors. kron four's phillipe djegal reports from san francisco... where home prices continue to rise. (philippe) when it comes to housing in san francisco... demand overwhelmingly outnumbers supply.patrick lam/realtor- "the market is still very hot in san francisco. if you have the opportunity, definitely buy right now." century 21 realtor patrick lam says up to 300 people stop by his open houses on weekends... with bidding wars getting out of control.patrick lam/realtor- "a lot of time the final selling price is typically 20 to 30 percent above the asking price this day. so, uh, with the higher demand this will driven up to get even bigger." paragon real estate group recently published housing
statistics based on data from the california association of realtors. the report says the median home price in san francisco is one-point-five million dollars. almost three times as much as the state average... and, six times the national average. in order to afford a median-priced home in the city... the report says the household must make at least 303-thousand dollars a year. let's use this home as an example in merced heights. it was listed on the open market on friday at 1.7 million-dollars. realtor patrick lam breaks down how much it would cost... for someone to afford this place.patrick lam/realtor- "minimum down payment these days is about 20-percent down. so, we're talking about a loan amount of about $1,360,000. and the interest and the principal add up to be about $7,000 per month and on top of that, we still have to pay the property tax, which is about $2,000 a month. so, altogether is about $9,000 per month. so, we're talking a person who has to have the income at least $260,000 to afford a home like
this." and, it's a nice home on beverly street. four bedrooms -- three baths... built in 1938 and completely renovated this year. and although lam expects it to sell within 10 days... the california association of realtors says just 12-percent of san francisco households... could actually afford to buy a home like this. (jrstone) coming up... a walnut creek officer is finally returning to work after he was nearly killed on duty. ... we were there for his first day back. (justine) then... 13 people are dead following yesterday's massive earthquake in mexico... how the death's were realted to the quake.
nod. newsom and harris have known each other for decades, going back to their days in san francisco politics. the his top democratic opponents in the race... are ex-los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa and state treasurer john chiang. the primary is june 5th. (justine) the u-s department of justice is appealing a temporary block against president trump's new birth control rules. an appeal was filed in a san francisco court on friday. back in december, a federal court blocked the trump administration from rolling back obamacare's birth control mandate. under trump's rules, employers could cite religious or moral objections to deny the coverage. but the judge said, the administration failed to give enough notice before implementing the changes. (jrstone) in the east bay... it was an accident that could have ended his life...not to mention his law enforcement career. (justine)
19 months agon, walking back to his patrol car seemed impossible for walnut creek officer tom brown, n july of 2016, a suspect he was after intentionally drove into his patrol head-on. sot my brain could think he is going to hit me but i didn't have time to move out of the waythe crash crushed his right left. it took 52 staples to close it, and three surgeries. plus he broke his left hand, nose and two ribs. sot the surgeon told me i might not be able to keep my leg because of the damage officer brown tells me, it's been a long road to recovery. without the help of his fellow officers, the community, friends and family and the titanium bolts in his leg.he
would not be standing here today.sot everything was catastrophic the collision my injuries what my family had to endure now back working full-time, he got to put his uniform onmaking him feel whole again.sot this your shoulder patch and your badge id you as an officer felt good to put those on today? yeah it felt great.the suspect who hit officer brown, is now in prison. and the k9 the suspect, stabbed while officers tried to arrest him, also recovered but just retired.officer brown, feels blessed to be back at work, doing the job he loves. in walnut creek justine waldman kron 4 news. (justine) officer brown also tells me... he believes that if the suspect had not hit him, he would have hit and possibly killed someone else.
(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (mabrisa rodriguez)conditions will turn blustery and much colder on sunday as a strong cold front sweeps through the region. there are also chances of showers mainly across the central coast sunday night into monday with snow levels forecast to drop below 1,000 feet. in wake of the frontal passage, some of the coldest temperatures the region has experienced in years are forecast for early next week. a strong cold front is forecast to sweep across the region on sunday morning. this cold front will potentially result in the following weather hazards:á locally strong and gusty west to northwest winds from sunday afternoon through monday. the strongest winds are expected near the coast where wind gusts up to 45 mph are possible. a wind advisory may be needed for coastal areas from sunday afternoon through monday.á most forecast models indicate the potential for post frontal showers across portions of the region
from sunday night into monday, mainly along coastal areas and across the central coast. in addition, snow levels are forecast to drop as low as 1,500 feet on sunday night and as low as 1,000 feet on monday. a dusting to light snow accumulation is possible in the north bay mountains, east bay hills as well as the diablo and gabilan ranges. the greatest potential for snow accumulation will be in the santa cruz mountains with 1 to 3 inches and in the santa lucia mountains of northwest monterey county where 2 to 6 inches of snowfall will be possible.á in wake of the frontal passage, one of the coldest air masses in recent years will settle in over the region. as winds subside monday night into tuesday morning, overnight temperatures will likely fall below freezing across most
inland areas and potentially even in some coastal locations. temperatures tuesday night into wednesday morning may be even colder. freeze warnings and/or frost advisories will likely be issued for this event from late monday night through wednesday morning. overnight temperatures are expected to moderate by wednesday night.
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russian entities with conspiracy to commit fraud. (jrstone) the indictment is part of his investigation into the russian meddling and possible collusion between russia and the trump campaign. the 37 page indictment alleges russians went a very long way in their attempt to interfere with u-s democracy. according to the federal indictment, russians operating out of what has been called the saint petersburg troll farm, launched a misinformation campaign to wreak havoc on america's political system.(rod rosenstein, deputy attorney general): "the russian conspirators want to promote discord in the united states and undermine public confidence and democracy. we must not allow them to succeed." examples of succeed." examples of the alleged misinformation campaign include the purchase of "advertisements to further promote the allegations" on facebook. the pages were even designed to look like they were run by real americans. facebook estimates close to 126 million
americans may have been exposed to this and other propaganda. federal investigators say the group behind it is an internet research agency linked to the kremlin. russia has denied any involvement in the u-s elections. (justine) in world news... 13 people are dead... after a military helicopter crashed in mexico. the helicopter was attempting to land at an airfield in the southeastern mexican state of oaxaca...when it crashed in a nearby field on top of two vehicles last night. fifteen people were injured. the victims were the victims were surveying the damage from yesterdays 7- point-2 earthquake in the region. (jrstone) next... caltrans is installing new lights for pedestrians at crosswalks... but they seem to be causing a lot of confusion... stanley roberts will show us how they work... (justine) then... more
kron4 news at ten... i'm justine waldman...(jrstone) and im jr stone... the community of parkland, florida is still trying to move forward after a gunman took the lives of 17 people at a high school on wednesday. (justine) while the healing process is just beginning -- we're learning more disturbing details about the shooter's dark past. omar jimenez reports from parkland, florida.(take pkg) new insight to the mind of the shooter.group chat messages showing he was obsessed with
race, violence, and guns.at one point reading"i hate jews, n-words, immigrants"he also talked about killing mexicans, keeping black people in chains, and cutting their necks.sheriff scott israel/broward county, fl: "we have uncovered at the broward sheriff's office that we've had approximately 20 calls for service over the last few years regarding the killer. police documents show his mother had repeatedly called police to the home.some incident reportsas recent as september 2016describe the shooter as suffering from mental illness and being quote "emotionally handicapped."none of this enough to stop him from passing a background check and buying an ar-15 semi-automatic rifle. the fbi getting a tip from someone close to the shooter saying they were concerned about his
violent tendenciesrobert lasky/special agent in charge, fbi miami division: the caller provided information about nikolas cruz and the potential of him becoming a school shooter. the fbi never acted and according to fbi director christopher wraythe information was never relayed to the miami field office. ánat funeralámeanwhile a community is trying to healas they bury classmatessonsand daughters.and even as days pass - the memories of what happened are still as vivid as ever.braden freidkes/9th grade student: we all ran back when we heard were there for time. a girl behind me was calm her downthe mayor says the school district plans to tear down the building where the shooting even as that reminder of downthe emotional lifetime. (justine) that was omar jimenez reporting. to find out more about this story, including details about the victims... head to kron4 dot com. (live) taking a live look outside at san francisco's embarcadero.... (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (mabrisa
(mabrisa rodriguez)conditions will turn blustery and much colder on sunday as a strong cold front sweeps through the region. there are also chances of showers mainly across the central coast sunday night into monday with snow levels forecast to drop below 1,000 feet. in wake of the frontal passage, some of the coldest temperatures the region has experienced in years are forecast for early next week. a strong cold front is forecast to sweep across the region on sunday morning. this cold front will potentially result in the following weather hazards:á locally strong and gusty west to northwest winds from sunday afternoon through monday. the strongest winds are expected near the coast where wind gusts up to 45 mph are possible. a wind advisory may be needed for coastal areas from sunday afternoon through monday.á most forecast models indicate the potential for post frontal showers across portions of the region from sunday night into monday, mainly along coastal areas and across the central coast. in addition, snow levels are forecast to drop as low as 1,500 feet on sunday night and as low as 1,000 feet on monday. a dusting to light snow accumulation is possible in the north bay mountains, east bay hills as well as the diablo and gabilan ranges. the greatest potential for snow accumulation will be in the santa cruz mountains with 1 to 3 inches and in the santa lucia mountains of northwest monterey county where 2 to 6 inches of snowfall will be possible.á in wake of the frontal passage,
one of the coldest air masses in recent years will settle in over the region. as winds subside monday night into tuesday morning, overnight temperatures will likely fall below freezing across most inland areas and potentially even in some coastal locations. temperatures tuesday night into wednesday morning may be even colder. freeze warnings and/or frost advisories will likely be issued for this event from late monday night through wednesday morning. overnight temperatures are expected to moderate by wednesday night.
(justine) there is a new set of lights installed just for pedestrians and they are confusing drivers left and right...(jrstone) the new crosswalk is designed to only require drivers to stop when a pedestrian activates the signal.... but not everyone gets it... .. let me show you this on el camino in san bruno, notice the lights are red and then they begin to flash red nats:ambiance now look at the cars stopped for the flashing red lights you may even hear a horn blow and yes the lights are still flashing red nats: ambiance this went on for a full 35 seconds the drivers sitting at the flashing red
lights until the lights finally turn off so i was curious if drivers know their light configuration let me explain what's going on here, caltrans installed new pedestrian crosswalk signals to make it safer for people to cross the street when someone pushes the walk button it takes approx 1 minute and 15 seconds before the pedestrian gets the walk symbol then the lights flash yellow for about 5 seconds then solid yellow then red shortly followed by flashing red but what does that mean flashing yellow means? (proceed with caution) solid red (stop) what about flashing red it acts as a stop sign say it again it acts as a stop sign each person takes a turn so most drivers know what each light means, yet when there is solid red you will see drivers blowing through the lights nats: ambiance they also blow
through the flashing red lights as well.. it's like no on remember how to drive even big rigs are rolling through the red lights but it's not just drivers many of the pedestrians refuse to wait for the walk signal and run out in front of traffic nats: ambiance these lights were installed because of so many pedestrian get hit by cars but at this and all the absolutely nothingin san mateo roberts kron 4 news (justine) coming up... we celebrate one of the great black black baseball players from when the sport was segregated. that in the next edition of hidden history. ♪ ♪ with the chase mobile app, michaela deprince could pay practically anyone, at any bank, all while performing a grand jeté between two grand pianos. she could... in a commercial. in real life she uses it to pay her sister, from her couch, for that sweater she stained.
remembering her life. reporter ken mashinchi was at the vigil. with every candle litnatsand prayer said out loud or in the silence of their hearts, many remember lizette cuesta for one thingnat- the pictures say a thousand words. sheús always smiling in every picture. thatús how she was and thatús how iúm going to remember her. the smile they knew is gone far too soon, a tragedy causing friends and family to gather with candles to show their support for the cuesta familyruperto cuesta, lizetteús uncleit means a lot. over the past few days weúve found out that we have a lot of support, people that we know, people that we donút know. we want to thank them, every single one of them. thereús no words but the support we are getting is
great.lizetteús dad would call her 'tornado' because of her infectious energy, something nelson cuesta will miss most about his cousinnelson cuesta, lizetteús cousinwe used to be very close as kids. i still love her and i miss her a lot. the family says they are still in shock, but will use the memory of lizetteús will to survive as a reason to push forwardruperto cuestaright now we are doing a little bit better. we are following lizetteús spirit, to fight, fighting spirit that she never gave up. and thatús what we are going to do. we are always going to think about that. the willpower she had.the short vigil ended with the release of balloons and a simple messagenats-we love you liz ruperto cuestait was really emotional. itús like saying goodbye to someone you really love. symbolically saying goodbye. it was tough. but seeing all the people here, it was comfortinga community finding comfort in each other, with candles lighting the way to healing.
(jrstone) that was ken mashinchi reporting. the two people accused of stabbing her did not enter pleas in court this week. authorities say the two were friends with lizette cuesta. they all worked at a carl's junior in tracy together. (justine) still ahead... a former baseball player with a mean fast pitch who declined the opportunity to play in the majors... we'll tell you why his story is now coming to light... that's in tonight's hidden history... (jrstone) they say baseball is the
great american pastime.... rich in history - it crosses many racial lines... although it began as a segregated sport. african-americans created their own leagues. (justine) in the bay area, for example - there was the berkeley negro league.. and the oakland pierce giants. the story of black players has been hidden over time... but as brenna donnelly reports... one star player in indianapolis is back in the spotlight. ((take pkg))(ááreporter brenna donnellyáá)(( pete gorton / baseball historian : john donaldson was a major league baseball player forced by the color barrier to play somewhere else. ))with civil rights still two generations away... 6 foot pitcher john donaldson started to challenge the norm. banned from major league teams.. he became a barnstormer.. visiting 550 cities.. and playing for 25 teams.he won an incredible 400 recorded games... the most in segregated baseball history. (( pete gorton / baseball historian : it's amazing that his legacy has been completely lost. ))pete gorton and his
team are trying to bring donaldson back to home base of baseball history... with a new documentary.(( pete gorton / baseball historian: it's very simple to go the web and find out every single strikeout the lou gherig and babe ruth, any of the great players in any time period, it's important that we show that there is available data for john donaldson and black players like him. ))data.. like these 39 surviving seconds of film footage... showing donaldson pitching his fastball... that sent more than five thousand batters.. some of them former major league players... back to the bench. (( pete gorton / baseball historian: all the scouts and people i talk to show the film to say this really looks like something that happened just yesterday. ))(( brenna donnelly / reporting : john donaldson insisted he could play baseball for a living, as a black man.))by the 19-teens... donaldson had a name for himself.. and got a job with the indianapolis abc's. he was paid 200 dollars a month.. the most of any black pitcher at the time. the white manager of
the new york giants said if he could dunk donaldson in calamine lotion.. he'd hire him. but donaldson.. stood firm... even turning down an offer to ápretendá to be cuban. (( pete gorton / baseball historian: john donaldson said i'm not ashamed of my color. when i go out and play baseball, it's not unusual for people to say hit the dirty "n" word and it hurt him, he said. he said, why do fans have to get so personal? don't i deserve a little respect? ))he would leave indy that same year due to a salary cut... but later played for the kansas city monarchs... training greats like satchel paige... and working as a scout for the all-white chicago white sox.he was the first black man to cross that barrier. (crowd cheers) ((end)) (justine) we have more stories to share of our hidden history... for black history month.... just go to our website kron 4 dot com... and search for "hidden history". (j.r.) we are now (j.r.) we are now less than 24 hours away from the nba all star
game. saturday night though was the nba skills competition going on down in los angeles. sharp shooter klay thompson was in the three point contest and made it to the championship round tonight. he was trying to catch devin booker of the phoenix suns who had 28 points in that round. klay won back in the 2015-2016 season. stephen curry won the year before that. klay looked good tonight but not good enough. he came in second place with 25 points. that's two points below what he had two years ago. devin booker set a new record at 28 points. but get this klay still wins 22-thousand, five hundred dollars for finishing second. (jr stone) the last event on saturday night...the dunk contest. in the final round... larry nance senior... who won the inaugural dunk contest in 1984 throws it to his son larry nance junior for the windmill dunk he earns a 46 but jazz's rookie, donovan
mitchell pulls all the tricks for his last dunk he reveals a vince carter jersey and then does carter's 360 windmill for a score of 48 to win itscore of 48 to win it the all stars down in los angles held a practice session saturday as well. you can see stephen curry making his way into the arena. it will be team steph versus team lebron on sunday. team steph includes draymond green and klay thompson. both green and thompson will come off the bench. as for team lebron. kevin durant is on that sqaud. the n-b-a changed the usual eastern conference versus the western conference. they are trying to make things a bit more interesting for fans. the last two years the west had come close to scoring 200 points. talk about no defense. steph and kevin durant spoke about the excitement of all star weekend on saturday. try to refresh our mindslong seasonnew format adds different vibemore intense on
courtpride on the line.steph versus lebronthat's my jobalright i'll see y'all. (j.r.) and we end (j.r.) and we end our sports segment tonight with the work of an oakland athletics player. minor league pitcher for the a's, jesus luzardo went to school where the shooting happened in south florida. friday he took to twitter. he is now raising money in the name of his former athletic director chris hixon. hixon
was hailed a hero for helping students during the shooting rampage. so far luzardo has raised more than 4-thousand dollars to go towards a college fund in hixon's name. (j.r.) jesus we certainly wish jesus we certainly wish you the best. that is sports..we'll be back after the break. (justine) next... thousands gather to celebrate the lunar flower fest and tet festival.
attendees brought their families out to watch performances, shop, eat and buy anything else they need to prepare for the new year. the festivies will continue into next weekend. (justine) minnesota's (justine) (justine) minnesota's first cat cafe minnesota's first cat cafe is now open. it's just ten dollars an hour to hang out in a room filled with adoptable felines. but if you just want the coffee or if you're allergic to cats... the cafe is completely separate from the cat lounge. lounge.
announcer says:"curry for 3, bang!"( mark ) first half of the season down... and the warriors are still the favorites to bring home back-to-back championships.. we'll review the best moments of the season so far as golden state settles in to the all star break. plus, teams around the league adjusted their rosters at the trade deadline..but no squad was more active than the cleveland cavaliers. a breakdown of how the warriors biggest rival re-shaped their lineups. and five minutes with golden state's most entertaining personality-- nick young. nick young says:"i didn't have to adjust to being somebody i wasn't and they embrace swaggy p mode."( mark ) the swaggy