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for most of the afternoon-- and it's not going away any time soon. good evening i'm grant lodes. (vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis. the bay area is only going to get more soaked. here's a look at stormtracker four radar right now... a so-called atmospheric river is moving through on this first day of spring. let's check in with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow with more on the timing of the storm. lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper
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60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week.
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(grant) another big story we are following tonight... an arrest in one of several freeway shootings being investigated by the chp.(vicki) kron4's maureen kelly reports that an 18 year old san rafael man is being accused of firing a pellet gun on 580 in marin county during the height of the evening commute yesterday. for road rage incident to escalate to the point of firing a weapon from a moving vehicle over something like a horn honk is absolutely dangerous unacceptable and just completely careless.the scary situation started here on westbound highway 580 in san rafael just past the richmond san rafael bridge...a male driver called 911 to report that another driver brandished what looked like a handgun at a little after 530 monday evening. there was at some point there was a possible road rage incident. the suspect may have cut off the victim at which point the
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victim honked pierce it appears that is what it took to get the suspect angry and escalate the situation.chp responded and checked out the car....and it turns out the car was damaged.consistent with being struck by a projectile. it is not a whole so we're unsure if it was actually a bullet or some other projectile.because the driver got the liscense plate the chp says they were able to arrest 18 year old cristian torrez-perez while he was pulled over at this san rafael gas station less than 4 hours later. investigators say a pellet gun like this one and ammunition was recovered in the car. torrez-perez was booked into county jail. numerous charges including shooting a weapon from a moving vehicle, brandishing a firearm and other charges were discussing with the das office. that's not the only freeway shooting to happened on 580 monday. chp are also investigating an incident near the keller avenue exit in oakland where around 8pm they responsed to numerous 911 calls about a freeway shooting. a driver's was injured by broken glass....a bullet fragment was found in the victim's car. there is so far no suspect or any motive for the shooter in that incident. maureen kelly kron4
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news. (vicki) and in the east bay... c-h-p deputies are looking for the gunman who opened fire on a woman and a little girl-- while driving on interstate- 80 in hercules. it happened saturday night near willow avenue. police say, this shooting appears to be a case of road rage. they say, the woman's injuries are minor -- but the young girl suffered significant injuries. (grant) san francisco supervisor aaron peskin is apologizing...after he criticized the fire department during that huge north beach fire saturday night. today he said it was inappropriate for him to raise his concerns at the scene of the fire. fire officials released a statement yesterday... outlining their efforts to contain the fire. crews say once they knew nobody was inside, they fought the fire from outside because it was too dangerous for firefighters to be inside the building. a preliminary investigation has determined that the cause was accidental. the building
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that burned...on columbus and union...was made up of 28 vacant apartments and six businesses. (grant) and a woman had to be rescued from an apartment fire in san francisco early this morning. the building is on jackson street near polk street near russian hill. the started just after 4:00 this morning....and firefighers rescued the woman from the 4th story balcony. she was treated by paramedics. it took firefighters about 20 minutes to get the fire under control. it's not clear what caused the fire. (vicki) happening now--- investigators are still trying to figure out what caused a major crash in san francisco this morning. three people are still in critical condition. kron 4's lydia pantazes spoke with a man who was involved in the accident. (vicki)(vicki) (vicki) a rough commute
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for people taking bart this morning. two equipment problems caused a huge delay for people coming into san francisco. first-- debris caught fire on the tracks near the 24th street mission station. it happened around 5:15 this morning-- just as the commute was getting underway. the incident caused major delays and service was shutdown for about 90 minutes between montgomery and balboa park. then a few hours later-- a mylar balloon hit the third rail at the civic center station. bart reported a
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problem with the equipment around 7:30-- and trains were not stopping at that station. bart officials say a balloon floated down hitting the rail. some trains were forced to turn back around towards the east bay. normal service was restored to all stations about 30 minutes later. (grant) a young marin county man is behind bars tonight-- after he was bragging about selling drugs on facebook. the 24-year- old -- whose name has not yet been released -- is on probation for drug trafficking charges. officers say a recent facebook post bragged about continued drug activity. the man showed up for a regular probation check at the marin county civic center... and when he got there he was detained. officers searched his car and say they found 15-thousand dollars worth of drugs... three cellphones... and two thousand dollars in cash. (vicki) some good news for people in san francisco tonight. car break-ins have dropped by nearly one- third between january and february. this comes as the san francisco police department doubled its
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uniformed foot patrols to help deter car thieves. but, the progress was not evenly distributed throughout the city. one district reported a 44-percent drop... while another reported just an 11-percent decrease. police are working to use the numbers to adjust their strategies in preventing car thefts. (grant) san francisco supervisors have unanimously approved a ban on fur sales... making san francisco the largest city in the country to have the prohibition. the legislation... voted on today... goes into effect january first. but retailers have until january 20-20 to sell off existing inventory. animal advocates say the ban reflects the city's kind and progressive values, but retailers say it's yet another decision hurting small businesses. san francisco joins berkeley and west hollywood in banning the sale of fur products. "a package had been traveling along the automated conveyor when it exploded." "there was one other package that we believe was also loaded with an explosive device.(vicki) two new bombs in texas today.
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one of them exploding at a fed=ex facility... the other discovered before it went off. police say they believe they are related to four earlier bombings in austin.(grant)and that the serial bomber appears to be varying his technique. catherine heenan is here with today's developments.catherine? (catherine) if all these explosions are the work on one person, as police believe, then the latest evidence could provide new clues to the serial bomber's identity. the new bombs were reportedly mailed from austin 'to' austin. "there were nails and metal in the bomb, package was going to austin."the 911 call came in just after midnight from the fedex center outside san antonio. we had a package explode in that facility. female worker was knocked off her feet.the building was evacuated as federal agents converged on the scene.we're
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trying to sift through the evidence and let the evidence take us where whe need to go. that evidence led them sixty miles back to austin and the discovery of an unexploded bomb at another fedex facility near the austin airport. workers were told to get out immediately.out of the building very fast. everybody left their equiment in there, their keys, their phones. austin police responded with their bomb squad,we want to make sure everybody's safe. both packages were traced to this fedex store a few miles away.it too is now a crime scene. "hopefully fingerprints and surveillance photos, and we can finally take him down."the fedex store is not far from the scene of an explosion on sunday.the campaign of terror that began three weeks ago has killed two people and injured three others.we just hope they can get some useful information so the people of austin can sleep a little better tonight, (catherine)
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republican congressman mike mccaul said today that federal agents have managedto get surveillance video -- that might include the bomber and austin police say they've had more than 1=thousand tips about the bombing, 4=hundred of them yesterday alone.vicki and grant? (grant) a shooting at a maryland high school sparked chaos and fear in the state...and across the country. authorities say 17-year-old austin rollins - a student - opened fire with a handgun at great mills high school this morning just before classes started. two student were shot. a 16-year old girl has life- threatening injuries. and a 14-year-old boy is in stable condition. the shooter is dead -- he was shot and killed by a deputy who was on campus. authorities are currently working to piece together exactly what happened -- and why.(sot) (grant)sheriff tim cameron/st. mary's co, md there is an indication that a prior relationship existed between the shooter and the female victim. if that was part of the motive in the shooting. the incident is the 17th
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school shooting in the united states this year. (vicki) coming up-- you could soon be helped by áárobots at the grocery store. we'll show you where in the bay area they are being tested. (grant) and as cities try to keep their community safe by installing surveillance systems... some are raising privacy concerns. we'll explore that topic.. (vicki) plus-- the warriors keep losing players. we'll tell you how the team plans to move forward without their key scorers. (grant) and taking a look at stormtracker four radar as rain is once again hitting the bay area. we'll have more on the timing after the break.
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taking a look at stormtracker four radar as stormtracker four radar as rain is once again hitting the bay area. (vicki) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now with how long the wet weather is going to last. lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days.
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tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week.
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(vicki) now turning our attention to the warriors-- the champs have 11 games left in the regular season, but their biggest concern is not winning all those matchups. rather, it's about keeping its all-stars on the floor. (grant) the injury bug...decimating the dubs in a big way...as each of its four all-stars has suffered injuries within the last two weeks. but the team finally had some good news to announce today. mark carpenter joins us with the details. it looks like we can now
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welcome steph curry back into the fold. the mvp has been cleared to be a full participant in practice. the warriors released an update this afternoon. the mvp...has missed the last six games with a sprained right ankle, an injury he's been dealing with throughout the season. curry has tweaked that ankle four different times since december. but he now is returning to the lineup...and the expectation is that he'll be in action later this week. no updates yet on draymond green..who's the latest to suffer a setback. he left in the 2nd quarter of last night's spurs game after taking a shot to the lower body region. the injury is being called a pelvic contusion. still no changes to kevin durant and klay thompson. kd...dealing with that rib cartilage injury. while thompson has the broken right thumb, he'll be examined later this week.. and remember you can catch all that kind of content and more on the kron4 hoop session. it's your source for everything bay area basketball... from warriors to college to high school. that's every saturday night at 11 right
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here on kron4. and we want to finish up by mentioning,. warriors aren't back in friday...when they host the (grant) a young boy battling a rare genetic disorder arrived in san francisco today... ahead of the day he is granted a wish. and, that wish is to meet his favorite athlete -- stephen curry.(vicki) kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the boy and his family after they landed at the airport. the airport.they landed at family after boy and his spoke with the philippe djegal kron four's (vicki)stephen curry.athlete -- his favorite wish is to meet and, that wish.granted a the day he is ahead of today...francisco arrived in san disorder genetic battling a rare a young boy (grant) atlanta hawks. they host the friday...when action until aren't back in warriors mentioning,.up by want to finish and we here on kron4. at 11 right saturday night that's every high school.college to warriors to from warriors to college to high school. that's every saturday night at 11 right here on kron4.
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and we want to finish up by (grant) a young boy battling a rare genetic disorder (philippe)nats- fresh off a flight from north carolina -- to san francisco international airport.... jonathan page/7 years old- "(philippe) who you here to see? (jonathan) steph curry." seven-year-old jonathan page is just a day away from meeting his favorite athlete -- golden state warriors star stephen curry. who also happens to be from charlotte -- jonathan's hometown. jonathan page/7 years old- "(philippe) what do you like about steph curry? (jonathan) he plays basketball and shoots." five and a half years ago... jonathan was diagnosed with a rare metabolic disorder called methylmalonic acidemia. it prevents his body from properly digesting fats and proteins. it resulted in jonathan suffering a stroke and the deterioration of his motor functions.loree "he also got diagnosed with hyper kenetic cerebral palsy. so, he has a lot of involuntary movements that he can't control." but that doesn't stop him from remaining active. he plays in a wheelchair basketball league at home. his mother loree oliver and the rest of his family have traveled with him on this trip. to share his wish to meet curry. a wish made possible by the non-profit organization "dream on three." mike dascal/dream on 3- "we've been working on jonathan's dream for over a year. and, tomorrow, he's gonna meet steph curry. he's gonna be able to spend some time with him." someone jonathan's mom says she's proud he looks up to.loree oliver/mother- "i
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use steph to motivate jonathan on his basketball goals and basically any goal he's trying to accomplish." it's the trip of a lifetime for jonathan... who will also have a chance to tour the bay area while he's in town. in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. (vicki) (vicki) still ahead-- walmart is going high tech. how they plan on using robots to help customers. (grant) and taking a look at stormtracker four radar as rain is once again hitting the bay area. we'll have the bay area. we'll have more on the timing after the break.
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it isn't really a secret that moms are basically real- life superheroes, but a new study says many are working overtime. a recent study found the average mom clocks 98 hours a week, making it equal to working 2.5 full-time jobs. the survey of 2,000 american moms found on average their days start at 6:23 a.m. and doesn't stop until 8:31
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p.m. that's a 14-hour day, 7 days a week. researchers say moms only got one hour and seven minutes of "me time". of the mom's surveyed-- they said wine, babysitters and drive-thru snacks are things to get them through their long days. so there you have it. being a mom is literally more than a full-time job. (grant) another robot doing what used to be the work of a human makes its debut at a major retail store in the south bay.the retailer says the artificial intelligence will actually create a more efficient work environment for employees and a better shopping experience for customers...we sent kron4's haaziq madyun to check it out attention walmart shoppers get ready for the bossanova, a kind of mobile robot lurking in the aisle, but what exactly is it doing? sot walmart director of communications tiffany wilson explains how it workssot
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what it does is it scans each aisle looking for items out of stock, incorrect pricing, anything that indicates that an item is in a place that it shouldn't be, what it is able to do is relay that information back to our associates, so our associates get real time data about what parts of the store needs the most attention">this walmart in milpitas is the location for this test phase of the new shelf scanning artificial intelligence. this customer came face to face with the bossanova and decided to make a u-turn. she was bit confused. her thoughts...?sot the bossanova company's chief business officer says don't worry the robot won't hit customers because... sotsot haaziqhere comes a real test, it is coming up right behind us sot she was right. it just turnaroundwalmart employees will still have the physical
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task of stocking the shelves, so does that means no one loses their job because of this? sotin milpitas haaziq madyun kron4news (grant) (grant) next at 5:30-- in an attempt to keep residents safe from crime-- bay area cities are starting to install surveillance systems. but there are some privacy issues.
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we'll talk to an expert with the oakland privacy group...live in studio... about those concerns. (vicki) plus-- a package thief hits a quiet east bay neighborhood. details on who police are looking for tonight. (vicki) and taking a look at stormtracker four radar as rain is once again hitting rain is once again hitting the bay area. we'll have more on the timing after the break. (grant)
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just into kron4-- austin authorities say they are responding to another reported explosion that injured at least 1 person. this is the 3rd bomb in austin today. one of them exploding at a fed=ex facility... the other discovered before it went off. this is connected to four other bombings in the city. we will continue to update this story as we get more information into the information into the newsroom. (vicki) taking a look at stormtracker four radar as rain is once again hitting the bay area. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now with how long the wet weather is going to last. lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high
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over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week. (grant) local first...
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here are the stories we are tracking in your neighborhood tonight-- (vicki) our top story in the north bay tonight-- c-h-p officers arrest a suspect in connection to a road rage shooting. the incident happened last night on interstate-580 in san rafael. police say 18- year-old cristian torrez-perez was arrested in connection to the crime. they say the victim honked at the suspect when he cut them off. that car then pulled up next to the victim and brandished a b-b gun. kron 4's maureen kelly posted on twitter the moment police announced the arrest. she will have much more on the story coming up on kron4 news at 6. (grant) in the east bay... police and san ramon are looking for a package thief. this happened last friday in the windemere area. you can see a car pull up-- and someone get out of the car and walk up to the front porch. moments later they walk towards the car with a large box. police are now looking for the thief. (grant) the repairs are done. and tonight both lanes of the posey tube -- that connects alameda to oakland -- are open. alameda public works finished
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the job ahead of schedule. the tube was closed to traffic yesterday morning to repair a sinkhole on the oakland side of the tunnel. that sinkhole was caused by the failure of an underground storm drain. (vicki) in the south bay... a recent housing report showed san jose only met 20-percent of its affordable housing goals in 20-17. the city council will decide later this afternoon what steps need to be taken to improve that number. san jose issued permits for just under 500 affordable apartments in 20-17. but it exceeded its annual goal for regular housing.... with over 25- hundred issued permits. people who make up to 95- thousand dollars a year are considered to have a "moderate income"... and are eligible for affordable housing in san jose. (vicki) in the south bay. the volunteer tax assistance program... is offering free tax help for elderly...disabled...and low income residents of santa clara county. the offer is also free for anyone with limited english language
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skills. to qualify for the program taxpayers must bring a photo i.d.... a valid social security or individual taxpayer identification number...as well as a combined household annual income of less that $54 thousand. assistance is available this thursday at the santa clara county social services agency on senter road in san jose. (grant) cities in the bay area are taking more steps to try to combat crime. recently-- the alameda city council set aside half a million bucks for license plate readers there. and last night-- the san pablo city council postponed a vote to add more surveillance cameras and new license plate scanners. this raises privacy issues... and questions about what exactly is being done with your information. joining me now is mike katz- lacabe with oakland privacy. that's a citizen's coalition that works regionally to defend the right to privacy... and enhance oversight regarding the use of surveillance. mike-- oakland privacy was in
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sa pablo last night...arguing against more cameras there...what's the concern there?
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for a fraction of what you'd pay elsewhere. step one: get to ross. step two: walk out with top brands at big savings... ...at the ross spring shoe event. united airlines says it's putting a stop to the shipping of unaccompaniedpets on its flights...(vicki) catherine heenan is here with more on the
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decision....which follows some high profile problems... (catherine) effective immediately - united is suspending its so-called "pet-safe" program...where animals fly in cargo. this follows a string of mistakes and even deaths involving animals.including the little bulldog which died last week after a flight attendant insisted it be put in the overhead bin. and the german shepherd mistakenly flown to japan -- instead of kansas. the suspension does not affect pets accompanied by passengers in the cabin... although those circumstances didn't save the bulldog. united says it's halting all new reservations for pet-shipping - while the programundergoes a review. it will honor any reservations made through march 20th. the review in question is expected to be completed by may first. united's record of pet deaths is described as terrible - and it's much higher than other airlines. grant and vicki? (grant) president trump is getting some criticism
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tonight for calling russian president valdimir putin. but-- the flack is for what he áádidn't say. we'll explain. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
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the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week. (grant) (grant) happening now...
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evacuations have been ordered or recommended in parts of santa barbara and ventura counties because of this approaching storm. and that wet weather could
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once again bring enough rain to trigger mudslides and rockfalls. 30-thousand people are under a mandatory evacuation order right now. that includes the community of montecito-- where 21 people were killed by a massive mudslide in january. the storm has the potential to bring the highest rainfall totals of the season to that region. they could see up to 10-inches of rain. the so-called atmospheric river is expected to last through thursday. president trump called russian president vladimir putin today -- to congratulatehim on his re- election.. catherine heenan is here with more...including the flak trump is gettingfor what he 'didn't say on that call... (catherine) one result of that phone call -- president trump says he'll be meeting fairly soon with putin...but he's getting criticism for not bringing up russia's election interference.. senate majority leader john mccain for example -- blasted trump for congratulating putin on winning another six-year term in an election many
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believe was rigged. the white house press secretary defended the call -- noting that then-president obama made a similar call at the time of putin's last election win. trump's call came after the white house imposed sanctions on russia for its interference in the 2016 election and other "malicious cyberattacks." president trump - i had a call with president putin and congratulated him on his electoral victory. we will probably get together in distant future so we can discuss the arms race.sarah sanders - we're going to maintain the position that we have had - to be tough when we need to be and at the same time maintain a dialogue so we can confront some of the issues facing both countries. some some critics also question why president trump
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didn't bring up russia's suspected involvement in the poisoning of a former spy on british soil. this is trump and putin at an earlier meeting.. president trump is telling reporters that another meeting could happen soon.grant and vicki? (grant)the 49ers continue to make moves in free agency... today they signed offensive lineman jonathan cooper...but the biggest name of free agency biggest name of free agency is richard sheraman (vicki)the team introduced sherman today at a press conference at levi's stadium.. that's where we find kron 4's kim smith live this evening... kim -- sounds like sherman is already enjoying being with the red and gold... i know, after all those years of taunting the niners... it may seem weird to have richard sherman back in red.. he's used to it from his stanford days.. and he was more than proud to wear it as he was introduced this afternoon as the 49ers new cornerback...-- we got a chance to see the colorful side of sherman...
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but, he also set the record straight on why taking contract talk was the right move.
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emotions that go through your head. i think i got a lot more respect from my teammates and players around the league. at the end of the day you can only be who you are and i wanted to be the guy who walked that off) .if you ask sherman when he'll be back on the field.. he'll tell you may or june... john lynch says they are shooting for training camp...--but it already seems like it's going to be a pretty entertaining season after all.. reporting live from levi's stadium kim smith kron 4 sports ### (vicki) next tonight on kron4 news at five-- a dog missing for eight years is back with her owners...but not
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without surviving several traumas first...including going through a hurricane.
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(grant) a dog from florida was thought to be a goner. but animals can be amazing. (vicki) tonight the 11- year old beagle is back in the arms of family thanks to a good samaritan. reporter melissa marino has the story. if hannah could talk.. she'd probably tell you she's had a
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áárough couple of years.< ac worker 11:14:03 i saw the dog running it's just a very emaciated beagle. i stopped and tried to catch it but it ran into the woods and i lost track but that was like 3 or 4 weeks before the dog was brought in. 13> eight years ago her owner jeannie rodgers went into an assisted living facility, and hannah went with a new family.< scott 12:58:17 i got a phone call that hannah was at animal control.> < tammy wife ááshortenáá 13:12:01 i said we need to go pick her up. i said that is your mom sending her to us.> < scott 12:59:59 it's very emotional. obviously. it's a piece of my mom. 4> every bit of hannah's story is a miracle. they learned the family who had adopted her hadn't seen her in years.hannah was likely on her own.. through hurricane irma.. and all.< 13:03:14 she got out, got hit by a car they said, ran off into the woods and never saw her again. they assumed that she had died. 7> eight years later.. her life has come full circle.a good samaritan found hannah and took her to animal control. there: workers used her microchip to track down family members.< 12:59:05 they opened the gate at animal control and she came out and put her nose right up to my nose. 6> a miracle.. this family believes.. was sent from above. < scott 13:00:34 i think she had some intervention here and maybe from my mom for sure. 6> (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.up kron 4 news that wraps (vicki) 6>my mom for sure. and maybe from my mom for sure. 6>
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(vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) steve aveson and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six.here with kron pam moore are aveson and steve aveson and pam moore are 4 news at six. (steve) thanks grant and vicki.. coming up new tonight at six... there is breaking news in austin texas.. concerns a serial bomber may have just struck again.a new explosion has just been reported... this time at a goodwil store... we'll have a live report from texas. then -- also new at six..we've been telling you about the serious car breakin problems in san francisco.. now police say they are making some serious progress.... we'll find out what exactly they're doing --- next in a live interview. kron4 news at six starts right after the break.
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(pam) that breaking news we are following tonight... at least one person is injured after another package explodes in austin. welcome to the kron4 news at 6. i'm pam moore. (steve)and i'm steve aveson. this is video from today at a fedex sorting center near san antonio. a package explosion there earlier today is connected to the now five áotherá explosions that have happened in austin, authorities say. the latest explosion reported just explosion reported just about an hour ago. we want to go
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live now to reporter kristen holmes who is live in texas with the latest. latest.texas with the who is live in kristen holmes reporter go live now to we want to go live now to we want to go live now to we want to ago. we want to go live now to reporter kristen holmes who is live in texas with the latest.
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( pam ) it is officially the first day of spring -- but glimpes of the sun have been few and far between. a wet evening all over the bay area tonight -- and the worst of the storm is still to come. (steve) taking a live look now at our traffic cams around the bay -- wet weather making for a slow evening commute.
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chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now for a look at what's going on with the storm that's moving in. lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time.
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there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much weather is expected sunday into next week. (steve) the chp are investigating three separate freeway shootings since saturday and today we are learning an arrest was made in one of them.kron4's maureen kelly reports that that incident took place on the 580 freeway in san rafael at the height of the evening commute. it was a pellet gun like this one here that chp says was found in 18 year old cristian torrez-perez's vehilce after he was taken into custody monday evening. that arrest happening nearly 4 hours after chp responded to a man who called 9-1-1 who reported that a man brandished what looked
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like a handgun at around 5:30 pm monday on west bound 580... responding officers found the victim's vehicle had been damaged consistant with being hit with a projectile.the alleged motive, possible road rage since the victim honked at the suspect after the suspect cut him off.for road rage incident to escalate to the point of firing a weapon from a moving vehicle over something like a horn honk is absolutely dangerous unacceptable and just completely carelessthat's not the only freeway shooting to happened on 580 monday. chp are also investigating an incident near the keller avenue exit in oakland where around 8pm they responsed to numerous 911 calls about a freeway shooting. a driver's was injured by broken glass....a bullet fragment was found in the victim's car. there is so far no suspect or any motive for the shooter in that incident. and saturday a woman in her 60's and a 5 year old girl were wounded in what chp is calling a road rage related shooting on highway 80 near willow avenue near hercules in west contra costa county. the suspect vehicle is described as a silver toyota camry. that tragic incident coming just a few months before a network of highway cameras...shot spotter technology and liscense plate readers is about to go in to help law enforcement crack down on what's become a big
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problem in contra costa county. the system will stretch from highway 80 in richmond....all the way to highway 4 in antioch....the entire network will hopefully be up and running by this summer. in the span of a year and a half there were 38 confirmed freeway shootings in that area. maureen kelly kron4 news (pam) another school shooting today resulted in the death of the shooter and two students being sent to the hospital. (steve) one of the victims is critically wounded. grant lodes joins us now in the newsroom.(grant) authorities say 17-year-old austin rollins - a student - opened fire with a handgun at great mills high school in maryland this morning... just before classes started.(sot)
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other simultaneously. the shooter was later pronounced dead. gaskill was unharmed. two students were sent to the hospital.... a 14 year old boy is listed in stable year old boy is hospital.... a 14 year old boy is listed in stable condition. a 16-year old girl... with whom the shooter is said to have had a prior relationship... is in critical condition with life-threatening injuries. (grant) last week, students at great mills high school walked out of class as part of a student-led protest against school violence in the wake of the mass shooting in parkland, florida. today's shooting was the 17th school shooting this year....and we're only in march. (pam) san francisco supervisor aaron peskin is apologizing... after he criticized the fire department during that huge north beach fire on saturday night. today he said, it was inappropriate for him to raise his concerns at the scene of the fire. fire officials released a statement yesterday... outlining their efforts to contain the fire.
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crews say, once they knew nobody was inside, they fought the fire from outside ... because it was too dangerous for firefighters to be inside the building. a preliminary investigation has determined that the cause was accidental. the building that burned... on columbus and union... was made up of 28 -vacant apartments and six businesses. (steve) five people were sent to the hospital early this morning after a major car crash in san francisco. it happened in the western addition neighborhood around five-30. two vechiles were going down gough street when another car cut across bush and hit those two vechiles... causing one of them to slam into a building. firefighters had to use the jaws of life to rescue multiple victims. a man involved in the accident describes what happened.jim reed//involved in car crash: "yeah i was driving southbound on gough street and the light had just turned green and i just started through the intersection and a black car came flying through in front of me. it nipped the front of me. next thing i knew is i saw it push the silver car right into the pole." three
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vicitms are still in critical condition tonight while two are listed in stable condition. the intersection was closed for two hours while police investigated the cause of the accident. the fire under facebook is heating up - over the fact that the data of 50-million userswas harvested for political gains.. today the fall-out includes criticism from politicians and industry insiders. catherine heenan is here with the latest.. (catherine) this comes in the wake of the scandal involving facebook's link to the controversialdata firm "cambridge analytica"...which had ties to the trump campaign. and its unauthorized access to information belonging to millions of facebook users. it's been a bad week for facebook -- with shares falling dramatically. the hashtag "delete facebook" trending... and now - some are wondering why facebook ceo and co-founder mark zuckerberg doesn't take an aggressive public stance in responding.. politicians say the industry needs to be
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fixed.. and a former mentor to zuckerberg says he needs to handle the problem 'now.' roger mcnamee - you can be a hero in your own story by getting in front of this thing. and actually doing the things necessary to fix it. i think people will reward him with trust if he does that. but every day that goes by that they don't do it - makes that a lot harder to do. sen dianne feinstein - if the industry won't solve those kinds of problem themselves, we'll have to solve them with legislation. cambridge analytica has now has suspended its c-e-o... and a new whistle-blower claims that 'hundreds of millions' of facebook users likely had private information harvested by 'other' companies as well. also tonight - the federal trade commission is being pressured to investigate facebook's role in the controversy. steve and pam? (( áá v.o / pam áá )) it might sound hard to believe.. this year
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police in san francisco claim progress in the fight against car burlaries an officer joins us to explain .... coming up (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) a little boy got on a plane can came all the way to san francisco to get treatment for a rare genetic disorder, and turns out steph curry was just what the doctor ordered. (( áá v.o. / pam áá )) tired of walking up and down the aisles looking to fill your shopping cart?well wal mart has a robot in the works ... to do that work for you! and taking a look at stormtracker four radar as rain is once again hitting the bay area. we'll have more on the timing after the break.
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(pam) another robot doing what used to be the work of a human .... makes its debut at a major retail store in the south bay.(steve) the retailer says the artificial intelligence will actually create a more efficient work environment for employees and a better shopping experience for customers...we sent kron4's haaziq madyun to check it out here at this walmart in milpitas the future is now, as the retailer is testing robots that will scan shilves and do it while customers are shopping sotwalmart director of communications tiffany wilson explains how it workssot
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aisle looking for items out of stock, incorrect pricing, anyhting that indicates that an item is in a place that it shouldn't be, what it is able to do is relay that information back to our associates, so our associates get real time data about what parts of the store needs the most attention">sotsot haaziqhere comes a real test, it is coming up right behind us sot she was right. it just turnaroundwalmart employees will still have the physical task of stocking the shelves
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so does that means no one loses their job because of this?sotwalmart officials say the bossanova technology is in about 50-stores across the country and depending on how this test phase goes, there may be a bossanova robot coming to a walmart near you...in milpitas haaziq madyun kron4newsattention walmart shoppers get ready for the bossanova, a kind of mobile robot lurking what exactly is it doing? sot milpitas is the this test phase shelf scanning intelligence. came face to bossanova and make a u-turn. confused. her sotshopper: "i going to hit me, cause it kept and it wasn't but i dunno?"> company's officer says the robot customers sot hitch/bossanovrobot is evaluation its does that with censors and three censors, this a decision on next"> here comes a coming up us (pam) it is a prevalent and costly quality of life crime.... and the numbers skyrocketed in san francisco... but now there is word, auto
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burglaries in the city dropped by nearly one- third between january and february.... that's according to the san francisco police department. that progress varies by district -- with one district reporting a 44- percent drop... and another just 11- percent. and overall in 2017... thefts from vehicles rose 24- percent. joining us in studio now is officer grace studio now is joining us in studio now is officer grace gatpandan .. public information officer with the san francisco police department. officer gatpandan, thank you so much for joining us.q: is this drop joining us. much for thank you so gatpandan, officer department. police san francisco officer with the information public information officer
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with the san francisco police department. officer gatpandan, thank you so much for joining us.q: is this drop an aberation, or part of a larger trend?q: what strategies are you employing that you feel have made a difference in curbing auto breakins.?q: a total of 790 people were cited or arrested for stealing from vehicles in 2017. what target is the sfpd working towards until this problem can be considered "under control." let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins lawrence meteorologist chief right now...look outside let's take a let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow
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joins us now with the four zone forecast. lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to will be mild in the low upper become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor during this chance of friday and and much weather is starting sunday into next week.
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♪ (vo) you can pass down a subaru forester. but you get to keep the memories. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. (avo) get 0% apr financing on all new 2018 subaru forester models. now through april 2nd. (pam) a young boy battling a rare genetic disorder arrived in san francisco today... ahead of the day he is granted a wish.(steve) and, that wish is to meet his favorite athlete -- stephen curry. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the boy and his family after they landed at the airport. (philippe) five and a half years ago... seven-year- old jonathan page was diagnosed with a rare metabolic disorder called methylmalonic acidemia. it prevents his body from properly digesting fats and proteins. it resulted in jonathan suffering a stroke and the deterioration of his motor functions. the disorder has a high mortality rate.loree page/mother- "there
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are kids that have lived in their thirties. there are kids who have, um, passed away at an early age. however, we're gonna take whatever god shows us. and, we're just going to live life to the fullest." and, loree oliver says the non-profit organization "dream on three," is helpoing to make that happen. by arrainging her son and the rest of her family to fly in to san francisco international airport... before meeting jonathan's favorite athlete wednesday... golden state warriors' point guard -- stephen curry. curry is also from jonathan's hometown -- charlotte north carolina. loree oliver/mother- "we are very excited to be here." jonathan page/7 years old- "(philippe) what do you like about steph curry? (jonathan) he plays basketball and shoots." mike dascal is a volunteer for "dream on three" which is also based in charlotte.mike dascal/dream on 3- "this is the second dream we've done with steph curry and in all the situations we are with these sport heros, we see they get a lot out of it too. they enjoy being with these kids." and, jonathan certainly deserves it. he's still recovering from a stroke he suffered when he was
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initially diagnosed with the disorder.loree oliver/mother- "and, i appreciate steph curry taking the time to spend with my son." wednesday promises to be very special day for this special young boy. in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. (( áá v.o. / (( áá v.o. / steve áá )) spending real money to fight fake news, google steps up with 300 million dollarsthe reason: they say it's good for business. we'll explain. (( áá v.o. / pam áá )) in a first .. a case considered by the supreme court during the trump era... the abortion issue goes to washington from california.. we'll explain. (steve) (steve) ♪
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you on.... and update to the latest explosion in austin.... which was tonight. the a-t-f responded and determined that this incident was not a package bomb. but an incendiary device was located, one person was injured. at this time, investigators do not appear to be related to the do not appear to be related to the package bomb murders. (pam) new tonight at 6. it is the first abortion case the supreme court has heard
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under the trump administration and the case comes from california (steve) alexandra limon reports the justices will weight whether a state can require pro life clinics to provide information about abortions. ((ááápkgááá))) the state of california says the reproductive fact act protects women from bait and switch pro-life clinics. david chiu / california state assemblyman there are thousands of fake health clinics around our country. 370 in the state of california that are unfortunately deceiving women assemblyman david chiu wrote the lawit requires the anti-abortion clinics to provide information about abortionthe national institute of family and life advocates wants the law declared unconstitutional as a violation of the clinics' free speechthe group known as nifla says the anti-abortion clinics give free care, counseling, and supplies to pregnant women. anne o'connor / nifla, v.p. legal affairs because the state of california wants to force pro life pregnancy centers to use the four walls of their offices as unwilling billboards for the abortion industry.california's attorney
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general argues vulnerable, low income women also deserve to know the state will provide comprehensive reproductive care.xavier becerra / attorney general, californianine justices will make a very important determination for all americans, not just women, about whether there really is a right to know, and a right to have accurate information. the 2015 reprouctive fact act requires centers to post signs notifying women about the state services. and to disclose if they aren't meidcally licensed.alexandra limon / @alexlimonnewsthe supreme court justices grilled both sides. justice sotomayor questioned whether the non- licensed clinics are deceptive, because staff members wear uniforms and perform medical exams like pregnancy tests.the alliance defending freedom - a christian non profit- says the california law singles out the pro life centersmichael farris / alliance defending freedom through a series of carefully crafted statutory exemptions and inclusions.the supreme court is expected to hand down its decision by june. in washington alexandra limon. lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at
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times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week.
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in san rafael the chp says they've arrested a driver suspected of shooting another car with a pellet gun like this one here.the incident happening monday evening at the height of the evening commute on west bound 580 near the sir francis drake exit.the alleged motive, possible road rage since the victim honked at the suspect after the suspect cut him off.for road rage incident to escalate to the point of firing a weapon from a moving vehicle over something like a horn honk is absolutely dangerous unacceptable and just completely carelessmaureen kelly kron4 news. sot here at this walmart in milpitas the future is now, as the retailer is testing robots that will scan shilves and do it while customers are shopping sot
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looking for items out of stock, incorrect pricing, anything that indicates that an item is in a place that it shouldn't be, what it is able to do is relay that information back to our associates, so our associates get real time data about what parts of the store needs the most attention">in milpitas haaziq madyun kron4news (pam) new at six .... google announced a new plan to help fight 'fake news' online today. the google news initiative will focus on three objectives... elevating and strengthening quality journalism.... evolving business models to drive sustainable growth... and empowering news organizations through technological innovation. google says, it will invest 300-million dollars over the next three years ... to improve accuracy and the quality of news appearing on its platforms. (pam) housing and urban development secretary ben carson ... today tried to defend his agency's delay .... on protections for people who are homeless in the l-g-b-t
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community..(steve) catherine heenan is here with more on the answers that didn't seem to satisfysome members of a house subcommittee... (catherine) hud secretary ben carson was on the spot since his agency put a hold on regulationsto protect transgender individuals in homeless shelters.. carson said he wanted to be sure that some rights weren't being protected....at theexpense of other people.. illinois democrat mike quigley made it clear he didn't understand that....asking how protecting the transgender community could possibly infringe on the rights of others.. ben carson - there are some women who said they were not comfortable with the idea of being in a shelter, in a shower with if they shared a shelter with somebody who had a very difference anatomy.rep. mike quigley - so it's your intention that the general counsel who came on when? (december) will suddenly spring into action and now 4 months later have an answer for us? carson - you wouldn't want us to do this without a general counsel, would you? also
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today....questions about the decision to buy a 31-thousand- dollar dining roomset for his office last year. carson offered a rambling, sometimes contradictory answer - ending by blaming his wife... he says he had left all the details to her. pam and steve? (steve) (steve)a playboy model who says she had a 10 month affair with the president is filing a lawsuit -- but not against donald trump. we'll explain after the break. and taking a look at stormtracker four radar as rain is once again hitting the bay area. we'll have more on the timing after the break.
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former playboy model who claims she had a nine-month affair with president trump is going to court. but according to the new york times, karen mcdougal is not suing the president.(pam) she is going after the company which did not publish her account of the alleged affair. the wall street journal reported, that company- american media ... paid her 150-thousand dollars for the story. american media owns the national enquirer, which never ran the report.(steve) the agreement - known as "catch and kill" strategy - requires mcdougal to stay
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silent, but the tabloid does not have to publish her account. the times says mcdougal is suing to be released from the agreement that prevents her from speaking. (pam) former first lady michelle obama is so popular she needs more space. the distinctive amy sherald painting of mrs obama.. is now relocated to a different part of the smithsonian... due to high demand. (steve)the museum has been inundated with visitors since the portraits of the obamas were unveiled. close to 177-thousand people visited the gallery in february...its biggest month in three years. (pam) a few weeks ago .... an image of a two-year- old girl staring at mrs. obama's portrait went viral. the photograph captured the attention of the former first lady, who invited the child and her family to her washington office ... for a dance party. in sports... good news for warriors fans concerning steph curry and his injured ankle... and richard sherman is introduced as the newest 49er today... gary will have what sherman have to
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finally some good news for warriors fans on the inury front... steph curry... who sprained his right ankle almst two weeks ago and has missed the last six (6) games... was examined by the team's medical staff today.... and he has been cleared to participate in full team practices beginning tomorrow, with the goal of returning to play friday at home against the atlanta hawks the warriors have been dealing with a rash of injuries... including keven
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durant's fractured rib cage... klaythompson's fracured thumb... and night night's pelvic bruise suffered by draymond green... although green is not expected to miss any games the newest 49er and the prize of their free agency haul was introduced today... richard sherman arrived in style... wearing a 49ers-red suitrichard sherman is a san francisco 49er. the former seattle seahawk is still condidered among the best corners in the league... although he turns 30 years old at the end of this month... and is coming off an achilles tear he's a four time all-pro... four-time pro bowler... and a super bowl champion.... and was also a
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huge thorn in the 49ers side... rolling up 9 straight wins against them today sherman talked about the rivalry and what drew him to the 49ers... butfirst g-m john lynch had to say something about that red suit...(sot: lynch and sherman) "kyle and i, we'd first like to apologize, our tailor worked long and hard, but they weren't quite ready today so we'll be donning our red suits later.""i wouldn't have taken the visit first, if i didn't feel comfortable with what they offered as a team, their chances at competing and winning in this football league. obviously, i've been part of a lot of winning teams. i know what it takes and i know the formula and i think they have it here. it's john and it's kyle. they brought stability to this organization. they brought fun. they brought belief. they brought faith. the players believe they can win. the seahawks went and made their business decision and made the decision that they needed to make. the san francisco 49ers made the decision that they needed to make and i look forward to helping them win ball games. at the end of the day, the rivalry is what it is. it'll be renewed, i'm sure, and i'll be at the center of it again, i guess."
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49ers stil busy on the 49ers stil 49ers stil busy on the free agency front... today they signed offensive lineman jonathan cooper to a one-year deal... the casual fan may not be familiar with hiim... but he was a starter last season with the dallas cowboys... who have possibly the best offensive line in the nfl...
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he was the 7th overall pick of the arizona cardinals in the 2013 draft and has started 27 games in four seasons in the league he has also made stops in new england and cleveland... along with dallas... the 6-2... 308-pound cooper was a first team all- american at north carolina ... who was recently cut by the miami dolphins... will be visiting the raiders tomorrow...he already made a visit with the los angeles rams today... and already has visited the saints and titans suh... who is a 5-time probowler and still consodered one of the most disruptive defensive lineman in the nfl... his departurefrom miami was mainly a salary cap move the raiders... who ranked as one of the worst defensies in the league last year... desperately need help on the defensive front... suh will likely go to the team that offers the most money
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the a's have an opening day starter... kendall graveman will get the nod march 29th against the angels... he also got the honor last season because sonny gray was injured... but this year, graveman receives the nod because he's the team's longest-tenured starter and has the most experience among the group that opened camp with the club. manager bob melvin said that the 27-year-old graveman is "ready for it. he's gotten the starting pitchers together for multiple meetings. this is his year to really be the veteran, and he's ready for that day. we're excited about that." (steve) after the break... we'll tell you about a local connection to the royal wedding cake.
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(pam) take a look at this... an unusual traffic stop for the l-a-p-d.... a youtube group, known as the "joog squad" , was spotted floating down the los angeles river .... on a pink flamingo raft. the group has pulled a similar stunt before... but the previous raft was not quite as noticeable as the bright pink flamingo.
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just see if we can get to long beach. that was the mission really. we started all the way in downtown los angeles and the cops came out and they were really friendly. we want to say thank you to the lapd and we're sorry if we wasted any of their time."> (pam) law enforcement approached the three people on the raft ... who pulled it over to the side of the river before packing up and leaving. it is unclear if the individuals were cited. the group said, they just wanted to bring a smile to people's faces . (steve) as of today, there is offically another "hard day's knight... of the realm." that's knight with a "k" -- as beatles drummer ringo starr -- was knighted today by prince william in buckingham palace. he used his real name richard starkey for the big event... and said the honor "means a lot". it comes more than half a century after the youthful beatles first went to buckingham palace to receive mbe awards. the 77-year old is the second beatle to be knighted, 21 years after paul mccartney. (pam) prince harry and meghan markle have picked out their wedding cake. and.... they have commissioned
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a marin county native, who once worked as a pastry chef in berkeley at chez panisse. according to kensington palace .... the couple asked pastry chef claire ptak .... now the owner of the london- based bakery violetcakes ... to make a "lemon elderflower cake." it will incorporate the "bright flavours of spring, covered with buttercream and decorated with fresh flowers." the couple will marry in st. george's chapel, in windsor castle, on may 19th. last weather and goodbye lawrence karnow: the rain was on and off again and heavy at times. there are still showers showing up on doppler. we can expect showers tonight and it will be heavy at times. also the winds will get blustery as these storms move through. rainfall amounts will be high over the next couple of days. we could see 3 to 5 inches of rain in the santa cruz mountains, and 1 to 3 inches across parts of the rest of the bay area. on the satellite you can see the storm bringing heavy rain in southern california. flash flooding is likely in southern california over the next couple days. tomorrow will start with rain then turn to showers. highs will be mild in the low upper 60s. rain will become heavy late wednesday night into early thursday morning. there is a possibility of some minor flooding during this time. there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. dry and much warmer weather is expected starting sunday into next week.
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