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(justine) tonight we are learning of potential ice raids in the bay area... and they could happen as soon as tomorrow.(justine) the warning about immigration sweeps.... comes from oakland mayor libby schaff... who says she has learned of the ápotential immigration activity from multiple credible sources. good evening... i'm justine waldman. (jr stone ) and im jr stone. mayor libby schaff says she is sharing this information not to create panic but to protect people. kron4's hermela aregawi spoke to an immigration advocate about the looming situation... she has more from city hall in oakland... hermela? (hermela aregawi)i spoke with several immigration lawyers and advocates and they say..
this is exactly the kind of thing that they're on the lookout for.. they have a rapid response infrastructure in place so that the people who are most affected can get the help that they need as far.. things such as immigration lawyers or shelter. we spoke to the office of mayor libby schaff and she says she wanted to get the word out as quickly as possible so that residents are protected. she says.. there are strict protocols in oakland public schools to protect students and families. oakland police officers are prohibited from participating in ice activity. and california law prohibits business owners from assisting ice agents. and this lack of cooperation is exactly the kind of thing that president trump addressed earlier this week. he threatened to pul ice officials out of california as sort of a punishment fpr the lack of cooperation. he claimed that it would be a because local officials weren't cooperating. he said there would be a quote crime nest here if he pulled ice officials. i spoke to a local immigration advocate here who's been doing this kind of work for years.. and she says.. they've been preparing for these raids for a year and a half so they're ready. (hermela aregawi) the raids are aregawi)(hermela (hermela
aregawi)the raids are expected to start in the next 24 hours or so.. the mayor says she will be holding a press conference tomorrow about the issue. reporting live in oakland hermela aregawi kron 4 news. (justine) thanks hermela. we first told you about the suspected ice activity with a push alert from our app at 7:59 tonight. you can stay up to date with breaking news in your area. all you
have to do is download the kron 4 mobile app.... and enable breaking news alerts. (jr stone) new tonight at ten concord police were involved in a car chase near highway four this evening. several roadways were blocked off in the area of willow pass road. the driver of this mustang would not stop his car when officers told him to pull over. he began throwing items from inside the vehicle. officers were able to recover evidence. they found money and two bags of a white-substance. the driver was taken into custody. no injuries were reported. a suspected drug dealer is behind bars tonight in san francisco. this is a picture of the drugs police seized in the bust. the incident happened today on eight and mission street...in the citys south of market neighborhood. once at the scene...officers seized 470 bindles of heroin...meth...and cocaine. a suspect was arrested and booked into
jail...however the name and sex of that suspect...has yet to be released. (justine) in the east bay... a bay area congressman hosted a town hall on gun violence prevention to today. kron four's philippe djegal reports from lafayette... where the community discussed solutions to a deadly problem. (philippe) a timely town hall -- centered on gun violence prevention... draws more than 850 people to the stanley middle school gymnasium... with the line to get in -- stretching outside the door.nancy morgan/mother- "i'm concerned about the powerless feeling that i have about, not just school violence, but violence -- gun violence in general." nancy morgan and her husband's two older boys studied at lafayette schools. nancy morgan/mother- "i think that assault-style weapons need to be banned." they are in california... but representative mark desaulnier (duh-sohn-yay)... the host of this town hall... says not at the federal level... which falls on the lap of congress.mark desaulnier/con gressman- "in the three years that i've been there, there've been over 300 gun violence bills introduced -- none of them have had a hearing or a vote. so, we need to have a hearing and a vote." during the 90-minute gathering... several in the audience had a chance to speak and ask questions... or, just make statements.
some taking shots at president donald trump and his ideas on how to make schools safer.no name/speaker- "arming teachers is a bs idea." brad fell is a former member of the national rifle association. brad fell/gun rights advocate- "my concerns that the federal government will take away my second amendment rights." at times, fell became combative with the crowd and the congressman himself.nats- "i'd love to go out and have a beer with you and talk about it. shut up! please folks." fell says after mass shootings... the typical knee-jerk reaction is to unfairly blame them on guns. brad fell/gun rights advocate- "guns are not the problem -- people are." congressman desaulnier says lawmakers should focus on background checks.mark desaulnier/con gressman- "in california we require them, but we should have national background checks, and get rid of the loophole where people don't have to do a background check if they go to gun shows." in the end, nancy morgan says she's hopeful -- national gun laws will get a makeover.nancy morgan/mother- "if you give up hope, then nothing will ever change." and, change may be on the horizon. in lafayette, philippe djegal, kron four news. (justine) (justine) demand is
growing for a bulletproof backpack insert billed as a protection for children during school shootings. and take a look at this shield. it's ten-by-14, a-quarter-inch thick, weighs one pound, and is made to fit in a backpack. officials with shotstop ballistics...who make the shield...say more parents are ordering the shield...followi ng the school shooting in parkland, florida. however some believe the backpack shield... just creates more fear and anxiety.(sot) "no, it's not right, come on, the schools are safe and we don't need to be wearing anything to school or anything." (justine) the shield comes
with a price tag of 110-dollars. but it cannot hold bullets from the weapons such as ar-15 rifle, that is similar to what was used by the parkland gunman. (jrstone) in the south bay.... police have arrested a man in connection with several bank robberies in the last two months. police say oscar radillo was identified as the possible suspect for three bank robberies in san jose. officials say the first two robberies happened in early january.... with the lastest one happening earlier this month...at a chase bank on west capitol expressway. authorities were able to track radillo down at the great mall in milpitas. he was arrested and booked into santa clara county jail. (justine) in the north bay, police are searching for the suspects accused of stealing lottery tickets from a convenience store. it happened around 11 last night... at discount cigarettes on old redwood highway in petaluma. police tell us, a man entered
the store...and removed two large racks of california lottery scratchers from the counter. the suspect then ran out of the store and jumped into the passenger side of a newer model honda accord.. the driver then speed off. officers believe the suspects are currently in the santa rosa area cashing in on winning lottery tickets. (jr stone) also in the north bay. firefighters successfully put out a car fire. take a look at this video. it happened this morning on eastbound highway 780 in benica. crews arrived to find a car engulfed in flames. no one was injured and traffic is back to normal tonight. (jr stone) in san francisco a large truck rolled on its side this morning on southbound 101 near the cesar chavez off ramp. the s-f gate is reporting... the truck blocked three lanes... forcing a traffic delay for nearly three hours. it happenend
around eleven a-m... three cars were involved in the crash. according to the c-h-p... the truck driver was rushed to the hospital with minor injuries. they say it took several hours to move the truck because it required a larger tow truck. lanes reopened around two this afternoon. (mabrisa rodriguez)some clearing is expected tonight with chilly low temps. dry weather and slightly warmer temperatures are expected through the weekend. cooler and unsettled weather is set to return by early next week with another system bringing rain to the area later next week. a slight increase in cloud cover will limit cooling potential. temperatures tonight are forecast to be a few degrees warmer than last night. overnight lows will still be rather chilly and in the upper 20s to mid 30s for most locations. bay shoreline and coast in the low 40s for lows. weak ridging ahead of the next storm system will allow for warmer weather on sunday. in fact, it could be some of the warmest temperatures of the last several days with highs hitting 60 plus across the interior. by sunday night the next system approaching from the north will begin to impact the bay area. showers will move in from n to s and likely effect the monday morning commute. snow levels will initially be greater than 3k feet, but then gradually drop through the day. winter precipitation will be possible over the higher peaks of the
forecast area, similar to earlier this week. precipitation will end monday night into tuesday. rainfall amounts are still generally low and mainly a few hundredths to a few tenths. dry weather returns briefly on tuesday with a slight warm up, but the next storm is waiting in the wings. the associated cold front is also forecast to move into norcal by thursday morning. the front pushes through the bay area thursday with post frontal showers lingering well into friday. not an atmospheric river event per se, but a better moisture tap than we have seen over the last week. rainfall amounts could exceed an inch across the north bay and one quarter to one half elsewhere. (jrstone) (jrstone) thousands of people came into san francisco tonight to welcome in the year of the dog with the annual chinese new year parade. (justine) it's a tradition decades in the making that honors a community whose roots grow deep in the city. kron 4's ellasogomonian was at the parade and joins us live in chinatown. live this is an annual
tradition that dates back to the 19th century. it's a way for the prominent chinese community here to not only ring in their new year but share their culture with everyone. (nat: fire crackers ) crackling fireworks kicked off the chinese new year parade at market and second street saturday night.the annual tradition has been hosted in san francisco for several decades.sot: very proud of the chinese culture in the united states and the population here is getting bigger and bigger." the city is home to one of the largest chinese populations in america. the first settlers emigrated in the mid-1800's to the bay area where they took part in the gold rush and built the transamerican railroad.the colorful pageantry is a way to pay respect to their heritage and showcase their culture to those new to the traditions.
sot: i mean i love it i love all different cultures and i love to see so much diversity and it being celebrated."sot: where did you move from? san diego,. what is your impression of your first chinese new year in san francisco? it's been super fun i love all the culture and the parades its been super fun" music, martial arts, traditional attire and dragons passed by in the grand display for all to see. sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "and parades actually aren't a chinese thing this is a way the community was able to meld together the american culture along with their own chinese tradition and make this a truly special event that's been a staple of san francisco for more than several decades." sot: chinese chamber of commerce// "chinese new year parades are an american tradition it doesnt happen in china so we are part of the san francisco community and have our annual parade."200 groups participated including the newly made 240 foot long golden dragon that marked the end of the parade that took one year to plan. tag so it is now the year of the dog which for those born
under the sign are said to be loyal and sincere. live in san francisco ella sogomonian kron4 news. (justine) we learned new details about the funeral for reverend billy graham. he will be graham.reverend billy kron4 news. (justine) we learned new details about the funeral for reverend billy graham. he will be buried in a prison-made plywood coffin next to his wife, ruth, who died in 2007. today the procession carrying his body arrived at the library bearing his name in charlotte. graham's body will lie in repose on monday and tuesday. he will also line-in-honor next wednesday and thursday at the u-s capitol rotunda in washington. then a private funeral will take place on friday at his library. graham - who was often called "america's pastor" - passed away on wednesday at the age of 99. (jrstone) coming up... the national rifle association is feeling the pressure following the parkland shooting that killed 17 people... what companies
are now cutting ties with the nra. (justine) then... the couple who allegedly shackled and tortured their their teen children are back in court... what additional charges they are now facing. (jrstone) and after the break... what one community is doing to prevent a mass shooting from happening closer to home.
panhandle neighborhoods has many residents on edge. today... many of those people came out to a meeting in san francisco to express their concerns. the meeting was hosted by district supervisor london breed. the police chief also addressed a recent homicide in the neighborhood, but he said it is an area of low crime. after three people were found dead from an apparent drug overdose on the street, people asked for more foot patrols in the area. advocates for the homeless were also present. they asked the community to be more understanding of the need for affordable housing and health resources.
ideas into consideration and promised more of these town halls in the future. (jrstone) a democratic party memo seeking to undercut g-o-p claims of f-b-i surveillance abuse, was released earlier today. the release comes following talks between the f-b-i and the top democrat on the house intelligence committee, california's adam schiff. the democratic memo was written to rebut a g-o-p document accusing the f-b-i of suppressing democratic ties to an opposition research dossier on president trump and russia. critics allege the g-o-p memo is misleading and misses key facts. f-b-i director christopher wray also warned the white house about releasing the g-o-p memo. (jrstone) former california senator....tony mendoza is already seeking his party's endorsement after resigning from office this week amid sexual misconduct allegations. the move came just before senate colleagues were set to vote on whether to
throw him out of office... or suspend him without pay for the rest of the year. the former senator appeared at the california democratic party convention today to woo supporters for his upcoming re-election campaign this fall. democratic delegates will vote on whether they will endorse mendoza this weekend. (justine) delta and united airlines have joined the growing number of companies cutting business ties with the national rifle association. both airlines will no longer offer discounted flights to n-r-a members. the decision to cut times with the group comes amid criticism over its refusal to back stronger gun laws following last weeks school shooting in florida. other companies ending discount programs with the n-r-a include insurance giant met-life and rental car companies including enterprise and hertz. the first national bank the first national bank of omaha is pledging to no longer issue n- r-a-branded visa cards.
(justine) gun safety groups are calling for online streaming services to remove nra-tv from their remove nra-tv from their lineup. moms demand action for gun sense and everytown for gun calling for action from apple, amazon, google and roku. the advocate groups say n-r-a tv "promotes dangerous conspiracy theories, racially charged rhetoric,"... and that it demonizes political opponents of the gun organization. the nra and most companies have not commented on the issue... nra-tv launched in 20-16, and includes original series and live coverage of conservative events. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (mabrisa rodriguez) some clearing is expected
tonight with chilly low temps. dry weather and slightly warmer temperatures are expected through the weekend. cooler and unsettled weather is set to return by early next week with another system bringing rain to the area later next week. a slight increase in cloud cover will limit cooling potential. temperatures tonight are forecast to be a few degrees warmer than last night. overnight lows will still be rather chilly and in the upper 20s to mid 30s for most locations. bay shoreline and coast in the low 40s for lows. weak ridging ahead of the next storm system will allow for warmer weather on sunday. in fact, it could be some of the warmest temperatures of the last several days with highs hitting 60 plus across the interior. by sunday night the next system approaching from the north will begin to impact the bay area. showers will move in from n to s and likely effect the monday morning commute. snow levels will initially be greater than 3k feet, but then gradually drop through the day. winter precipitation will be possible over the higher peaks of the forecast area, similar to earlier this week. precipitation will end monday night into tuesday. rainfall amounts are still generally low and mainly a few hundredths to a few tenths. dry weather returns briefly on tuesday with a slight warm up, but the next storm is waiting in the wings. the associated cold front is also forecast to move into norcal by thursday morning. the front pushes through the bay area thursday with post frontal showers lingering well into friday. not an atmospheric river event per se, but a better moisture tap than we have seen over the last week. rainfall amounts could exceed an inch across the north bay and one quarter to one half elsewhere. half elsewhere. quarter to one half elsewhere.
(jrstone) (jrstone) (jrstone) there's a renewed emphasis for law enforcement across the country to take part in specific training for confronting a school shooter. this in the wake of the florida school massacre. one sheriffs department in virginia is using the latest in using the latest in technology. this is the virtra simulator - which the sheriff of stafford county says gives his deputies 360-degree training. they get immersed in a virtual world of real life and death scenarios with school
shooters. the simulator is real enough to even allow users to feel the recoil of a gun by feeling a shock if they are shot. (sot) "helps to enhance and hone the skills of the deputies, whether it's improving communications or de-escalation which is very important." the sheriff says money from asset forfeitures was used to buy this simulator for his department. (justine) coming up... fed up with recent home burglaries... what one east bay resident it doing to catch the thieves. (jrstone) and after the break... those from the so-called torture house in southern california are now facing additional charges. we'll tell you why the mother was smiling in court. introducing the pork belly blt from jack in the box. two strips of pork belly, green leaf lettuce, juicy tomatoes and tangy honey aioli even you'll love it, martha security! get him! wow, do you guys workout? try my new pork belly blt,
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behind the so-called torture house in southern california will likely be facing additional charges. david and luise turpin made an appearance in court on friday. they are accused of starving and torturing their 13 children. reporter steve kuzj has more. all counts.>not guilty to have pleaded the turpins imprisonment.false imprisonment.the turpins have pleaded not guilty to all counts.>all counts.>
in the east bay.... a man fed up with break-ins happening at his east bay house reached out to kron four about the repeated problem. (justine) as kron four's spencer blake reports...many of these incidents have been caught on camera in the view pointe neighborhood of rodeo. look closely, or you'll miss it.a kron four viewer sent us the video, explaining that a burglar entered through his side gate to get into his garage.the gate is now locked, but wasn't a couple weeks ago. here's video of a guy - perhaps the same one - leaving the house after a second break-
in.then this video from early saturday morning shows him brazenly checking the front door to see if it opens.the contra costa county sheriff's office has the report on these crimes, and a patrol car was sitting in the neighborhood saturday afternoon.standup "since the most recent attempted break-in, alarm companies have been in contact with people in this neighborhood, and some of them have decided to go ahead and get security systems installed."deane lethco ÷ alarm technician"if there's any kind of a break-in - and yes, a neighbor did swing by and showed me a video - then we want to alert the other neighbors."(nats)just around the corner, the esquivias family used to have an alarm system...but stopped subscribing to it.but they thought it would be a good idea to have one installed again...after a salesman alerted them to the recent burglaries."we're getting some cameras installed as well, and most importantly i think we're just looking out for our family protection, making sure that we're all protected."now they have talking alarm system with a panic button, and a very visible camera above the driveway.you'll find several yards with signs like these in them...and some of them are also new additions after recent events.the man who lives next door to the house that got broken into tells kron four áhis cameras also caught the burglar from a different angle.he turned that video over to the sheriff's office."i guess i'm glad i'm getting the alarm system again!"if this kind of nighttime activity keeps up...there might be other neighbors rushing to get more security tech, too.in rodeo, spencer blake, kron four news.
(live) taking a live look outside at san francisco's embarcadero.... (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. (mabrisa rodriguez)some clearing is expected tonight with chilly low temps. dry weather and slightly warmer temperatures are expected through the weekend. cooler and unsettled weather is set to return by early next week with another system bringing rain to the area later next week. a slight increase in cloud cover will limit cooling potential. temperatures tonight are forecast to be a few degrees warmer than last night. overnight lows will still be rather chilly and in
the upper 20s to mid 30s for most locations. bay shoreline and coast in the low 40s for lows. weak ridging ahead of the next storm system will allow for warmer weather on sunday. in fact, it could be some of the warmest temperatures of the last several days with highs hitting 60 plus across the interior. by sunday night the next system approaching from the north will begin to impact showers will move in from n to s and likely effect the commute. snow levels will initially 3k feet, but then gradually drop through the day. winter precipitation will be possible over the higher peaks area, similar to earlier this week. precipitation will end monday night into tuesday. rainfall amounts low and mainly a few hundredths to a few tenths. returns briefly on tuesday with a slight warm up, storm is waiting in the wings. the associated cold forecast to move into norcal by thursday morning. the through the bay area thursday with post frontal well into friday. not an atmospheric river a better moisture tap than we have seen over the last week. rainfall exceed an inch across the north bay and one quarter to one half elsewhere. (jrstone) (jrstone) tonight on (jrstone)
half elsewhere. quarter to one half elsewhere. half elsewhere. (jrstone) (jrstone) tonight on people behaving badly... it's basically a floating homeless encampment....but these folks would argue they do technically have homes. (justine) but they don't pay taxes.. and are forcing other people to pay for damage that they cause. .. we've lived here almost 18
years the house has been hit 16 times (by derelict boats) from anything from as small as a jet ski that broke loose to a 40 footer i'm talking to james robertson a homeowner in belvedere, he along with neighbors have been felt the brunt of boats washing ashore this is video of one of the boats it basically blew across richardson bay onto the belvedere shoreline. now one might think, well that's what insurance is for but listen to jim well one time i got hit it was a 20 thousand dollar impact on the dock so went to them and we replaced but i've been reticent to go after the insurance companies if it happened again because they are going to stop insuring my house after a whilesound of horn floating docks, that pushing it and they know it so like i maked on the other day we're going to work on this because that's expanding.the marin county sheriff's office are constantly patrolling the richardson bay. in a sort of community policing on the water and they know everyone i'm the longest living out on richardson bay hey i know you (how long you been out here i've been out here over 30 years continuouslypermission to come aboard oh please this
is john speary, he has been an anchor out for about 6 years he lives aboard the suisun he help me fill in the blanks some of the neighbors are virtually free homeless people and they got their boat free and really their dinghy cost them more than anything else and they live on the food bank john has solar panels and has on on board generator for power and even a 4 person hot tub but it hasn't been used in a while (how much is your rent to be out here) oh it's free in reality you have a homeless encampment out here that don't what to pay any taxes, i mean if people were living on mount tam in tents which they did in the sixties they were gone in a day but because it kind of out of sight out of mind and people have lived here for 100 years and there is an element of politicians that want to keep them there oh i almost for to mention this, every year over 200 thousand dollars in boater taxes are used to remove derelict boats, however during stormy weather the costs increases dramaticallynats: ambiance in marin county stanley roberts kron 4 news
putting their peers at ease. words have power.the kids in this school know that. "the last few weeks have been kind of confusing to everyone."the words that made up alleged threats toward the school were so powerful-- they kept 15- hundred students home.and brought parents to tears with fear. nats: "giving power to two people threatening them." but words can have the opposite effect too. "you are loved."even just a few. "you are beautiful."aaliyah thompson is one of the students who reminded her classmates that they are amazing and valued.aaliyah thompson / student:"i thought this was important, too, considering some of the things that have been happening and just knowing that we're all in a family at carmel high school, just how cool it is to have a positive message on your locker."a positive message times five-thousand- one-hundred. rachel cole / director of counseling, carmel hs:"i thought it was phenominal. when i heard they were going to put up a positive note or encouragement on lockers, i thought it would be like the art hallway, or they were going to designate a hallway. and when i heard it was every locker in this school when i know we have a little over five thousand students, i just thought that was amazing.""some kids were going to classes and i saw a couple of my friends and they
were like what is this for? i think it's really cool."words have power. these students and teachers know that. sarah wolff / teacher, carmel hs: "you just don't know the impact that it's going to have on somebody's day. and you know, i think that's the bigger picture. you know whether negative things happened before or after, that's what you do." (jrstone) that was brittany lewis reporting. brittany reports 23-other classes performed acts of kindness. the school will be showing videos of all of them next week... during their mental health awareness week. (justine) malls are fighting to compete with online shopping to keep doors open. still head...how some bay area malls are doing this... by building what they
(jrstone) across the country, shopping malls are boarding up. in fact, just last summer, the credit suisse bank predicted, 20 to 25-percent of enclosed malls in the u-s will close by 20-22. but malls are trying to beat this prediction by staying successful. (justine) in part one of a two part series, kron 4's dan kerman takes a look at two bay area westfield shopping centers which have already taken steps to evolve .. into the mall of the future. if rumors of the shopping
malls demise are true what's happening here at westfield's valley fair property in santa clara, they're spending 1.1 billion dollars to remodel the mall from floor to ceiling and expand.sot ben lazzareschi/exe cutive v.p., jllthis is a large format remodel where they are not only adding a large format bloomingdales but also adding a plaza and some open spaceben lazzareschi (laaz-er-resk-ee) is with jll, a commerical real estate management firm which has studied what retail centers are doing stay relevant. he says valley fair is a great example of how malls are changing with the timessot ben lazzareschiwhat we're seeing is malls adding new amenities to increase their attractiveness and draw to their customerslazzareschi says that begins with unique and great restaurants. valley fair has already started in that area with din tai fung, the steamed dumpling and noodle restaurant. and its redevelopment project will expand to include an outdoor dining district. lazzareschi says entertainment, in the form of live music or movie theaters like this one going in at valley fair must also be
part of the package to bring in customers both day and night. westfield's san francisco centre already has many of these amenities; state of the art movie theaters, a spa, and another key component, this community space under the dome which brings people together for public events. sot leah heil/senior g.m., westfield sf centrewe are a curated city within a city, everything you want and need as at your fingertipsleah heil is senior general manager at westfield's san francisco centre. here they've gone beyond traditional retail, dining and entertainment to have office space, university classrooms, and bespoke, an events center and office environment co-working space for individuals and groups right in the heart of the mall. sot leah heilwe continue to look at experiences, bringing in things like bespoke, our office tenants and focusing on what's next from a retail perspective.and the experience is key these days when it comes to the success of traditional retail stores sot ben lazzareschithey need to provide a reason for customers to come to those stores. they
need to be unique in their product offering and excellent in their customer service so when customers come in they have such a positive experience they will come back. at san francisco centre one example of a unique experience is razer, where gamers can try out the latest technology and then face off against each other in mini tournaments. it's something you wouldn't have seen in the mall 20 years ago and retails experts say they're also starting to see another unexpected new breed of stores taking hold in these malls of the future.sot ben lazzareschiwhat we're seeing here is some of those clicks to brick retailers. those retailers that have an established online presence who are not opening up brick and mortar stores, many of whom have never said that, but what they have found is opening brick and mortar stores is a way for them to connect to their customers in a more thorough and better way. standup dan kermanjll survey found almost 40% of consumers agreed they would be more likely to buy clothing or accessories online from a retailer that has a physical store in their area. further proof that malls are not dying, they're just changing dan kerman kron 4 news.
(justine) in part 2 of our series... we will focus on a bay area mall that has fallen on hard times, and what its plans are to stay not only open, but to be the centerpiece of the community. that is tomorrow night during our ten p-m news. (jr stone) hello sports fans... round three between the warriors and thunder. oklahoma city was looking to become the first
team to beat golden state three times in a season since steve kerr took over the team in 2014. let's head to oracle arena kevin durant was taking russell westbrook and his former team. in the first quarter... durant came to play he throws it down... for the monster jam finishes with game-high of 28 points late in the second... things got chippy durant and carmelo anthony get into a scuffle... both were giving technical fouls a minute later... a minute later... draymond green gets the block... starts to celebrate with the fans and gets a tech... he now has 15... one shy of facing a one-game suspension. in the third... steph curry with a behind-the-back pass finds zaza pachulia for the dunk curry... 21 points... 6 assists... 9 rebounds the warriors defense did a great
job containing russell westbrook he only scores 15 points... and was 4 for 15 from the floor. russ complains of pachulia fouling him curry off the inbounds pass finds swaggy-p... he hits a corner three at the buzzer oracle arena was rocking he scored 11 straight points for golden state golden state with a statement win they beat o- k-c by 32... 112-80 is your final (j.r.) tiger woods was in action today at the pga national going on in palm beach gardens florida. always exciting when tiger is in it for the weekend rounds....we go to the 8th hole.woods looking for the greenwoods finding the green. in fact his accuracy was improved today. he hit the green 14 times. then on the 12th holethis shot is for parand
you are about to see a beauty here. 20 feet outwoods sinks the shot. he did struggle on two of the last three par three'shitting bogey's on those but he was happy with the way he performed. we talked about accuracy. he hit 9 fairways which is much improved for him. he is 7 back from the leader going into the final day. luke list leads that pack at 7 under. tiger sitting at even par. (j.r.)the 22nd ranked st. mary's gaels hosting santa clara on senior day this afternoon.we go to the videothe gaels tanner kredsmakes moveskicks out to calvin hermanson for three. nothing but the bottom of the net. santa clar hanging around earlyhenry caruso.the drivethe fadethat's in for two points. 16 to 12 gaels. but saint marys is ranked 22nd for a reason.they're a pretty good basketball team. check this move out. jordan ford looking like steph
currythat was pretty.he gets the layup there. he had 13 points on the day. then the gaels making things look good.check out the ball movement. the drivethe kickoutthe drive againthe dishthen the slam dunk for jock landale. he had 19 on the day. saint marys rolls in this game. they go on to win 67 to 40. (j.r.) big news in the land of college basketball today. arizona head coach sean miller did not coach tonight after an espn story was published on friday. the report alleges that miller was caught by the fbi on a wiretap discussing a 100-thousand dollar payment to deandre ayton. ayton was a starter in arizona's loss to oregon. shaquille o' neal's son shareef had verbally committed to arizona but said today he will go elsewhere due to this alleged scandal. (justine) next... a couple of otters enjoy their
(justine) take a look at this cute video out of yellowstone national park in wyoming. it was a great day for these otters... slipping and sliding across the snow.(jrstone) a park employee caught the cute pair in action... as they eventually take a dip in the cold water. here's to hoping you weekend is as otter-ly amazing as theirs is.
steve kerr says:"we know who we are as a team, makes us good and we need to get back to that."( mark ) the warriors back at work, rested and ready to dive in to the 2nd half of the season. we'll check in with the defending champs post all-star break.fergie singing:"banner, yet wave, wave." and we're not done talking about what happened that weekend. from fergie's anthem.. to curry's popcorn... to lebron playing like it's game 7 of the finals. a full recap of the all-star festivities...kerr says:"i think we have somehow get our government to cut through all the crap and get right to the point."