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"my sign shows that people should care about kids more than just guns and people making dead makes other kids at my school and me worried." (jr stone) millions of people gathered across the nation... and even around the world... for the "march for our lives" rally. this call for change in gun laws was sparked by last months deadly high school shooting in parkland, florida.(justine) today, people rallied together from washington d-c to denver colorado and even in paris, france.(justine) people also came out for "march for our lives" rallies across the bay area... from san francisco to oakland to walnut creek. good evening i'm justine waldman...(jrstone) and im jr stone... tens of thousands of people marched through the streets of
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san francisco in support of the movement. they started with a rally at civic center plaza.(justine) that's where we find kron 4's hermela aregawi. hermela, what was the turnout like? it's empty now.. but this afternoon.. this entire plaza was packed.. from corner to corner. filled with teachers, parents and their children. all here demanding an end to gun violence in schools.it's a movement that seems to be taking off like never before.. with the leadership of young students. in a word.. enough..people from all over the bay area.. rallied at city hall.. demanding politicians pass more laws to protect kids from being killed by guns. hannah wissotzky/protesteri'm 12 and even though some people will tell me oh you are too young to understand what this is. and i understand what's happening around me . we have many drills to make sure i feel safe and the people around me feel safe but i think putting guns in school will completely deplete that.
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just the idea of having that powerful weapon in school just freaks me out. evelyn lorintzi/protesterwe have these things called lockdowns where you go up against the wall just for practice and every time a few people get really scared more than a million people took to the streets across the country.. inspired by the survivors of the parkland florida school shooting. dr. sophia yen/protesteri just think this could totally be prevented. we saw this happen in australia and they passed laws and they haven't had any since so it is absolutely doable and just a question of whether we as the voters, we as parents, we as families have the will power to say no more not another one. bryn powell/protesterit needs to come from our leaders and our politicians and it's just not happened yet. and i think this has been a little bit louder than ever before.. so hoping that this actually
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does institute change. a lot of young kids came with signs.. and expressed their fears and hopes. it feels weird to see these things happening to people about your age ish. and maybe it can happen to you. sometimes i feel scared. it's really incredible.. and sad to hear these kids talk about this issue.. they are genuinely scared of being victims of another mass shooting. we'll hear from more students who came to make their voices heard coming up on kron 4 news at 10.reporting live in san francsico hermela aregawi kron 4 news. (jrstone) the march for our lives event in oakland also drew thousands. comedian and bay area native "w" kamau (ka-mouw) bell tweeting from the event -- proud of oakland -- everyday, and especially today. our team coverage on this big day of demonstrations continues with kron four's philippe djega who reports from the east bay. (philippe)nats- "hey, hey, ho, ho, the nra has got to go." a desperate message...david gaines/student- "if guns corrode the soul, then the
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soul of america is completely corroded." from an impassioned band of youth -- inspiring adults to join the movement.nats- "we are here to shutdown the nra." students stressing lives are at stake and meaningful legislative changes cannot wait.david gaines/student- "in order to de-corrode the soul of america, we need to get rid of the guns."nats- weaving through the streets of oakland... thousands followed the young people's lead, demanding an end to gun violence.jesi tinker-rein/challenge day- "ban the sale of assault weapons." before the march... frank ogawa plaza played host to the rally. where the 17 people who lost their lives last month in parkland florida were honored. ivan garcia/oakland youth advisory comm.- "alisa, scott, martin, ni ck, aaron." giovanni hernandez is a board member on the oakland youth advisory commission. he says the threat of gun violence forced a lockdown at his school earlier this month. giovanni hernandez/student- "it didn't feel safe and it makes me think that if this was just a threat -- how people that actually went through it. so, it's a very
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important issue for me." but will demonstrations like this have a lasting impact? will the youth continue the movement? or, will they lose interest as they grow older?david gaines/student- "i think it's a lot more than, you know, just sending our thoughts and our prayers. so, i think it's a very helpful first step."rep. eric swalwell- "something about the voices of these students and their common sense plea for common sense gun reform, uh, i think is going to be felt this november." congressman eric swalwell telling the crowd he wants tougher background checks... and a reduction in ammunition sales. rep. eric swalwell- "if you buy a gun, we should make sure there's no history of mental illness." alumni of marjory stoneman douglas high school... reminding everyone that congress works for the people... and, should always act in the public's best interest.nats- "and, if they don't vote them out." a clarion call reverberating throughout oakland... across the bay area and all over the united states. philippe djegal, kron four news. (justine) former president barack obama tweeted his support for the march for our lives demonstrations... he wrote: "michelle and i
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are so inspired by all the young people who made today's marches happen. keep at it. you're leading us forward. nothing can stand in the way of millions of voices calling for change." (justine) the national rifle association took to social media to slam the massive protests. on facebook, the n-r-a characterized the movement as a sham - organized by, quote, "hollywood elites" and "gun-hating billionaires." the posting accused them of manipulating the youth protesters in an effort to quote "destroy the second amendment." (jr stone) new at ten-- police arrested a man for allegedly stabbing and killing his father this morning. it happenend in suisun city around nine a-m. when officers arrived to the scene... they found the victim unresponsive inside his home. police say the man did not survive his stabbing wounds. he and his son had a bad relationship police believe his son stabbed him in
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front of his home. the suspect was booked into the solano county jail. (jrstone) a woman accused of helping her husband kill two northern california sheriff's deputies in 20-14 was sentenced to nearly 50 years in prison yesterday. prosecutors say janelle monroy willingly moved her husband's rifle to a stolen car before he killed a deputy. jurors rejected monroy's argument that she feared for her safety if she didn't help her husband, luis bracamontes. monroy will likely spend the rest of her life in prison. (justine) police in newark are investigating a murder. officers responded late last night to reports of gun shots... in the area of wells avenue...close to jerry raber ash street park. police say they found a man dead from an apparent gunshot wound. the victim has not been identified. and there is no information on suspects. (justine) on the peninsula-- police are looking for two suspects who
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stole a package from the front porch of a home in belmont. a doorbell security camera captured a man taking a mid- size box on friday. he got into a pickup truck with the other suspect and drove off. the truck was carrying wood and a large box covered by a blue tarp police did not say if the other items were stolen as well. (j.r.) an update tonight to that officer involved shooting in san francisco that happened this past wednesday. the officer who was shot in the leg was released from the hospital yesterday according to my sources. the gunman involved in the shootout with officers has died. the shooting happened on wednesday inside a barber shop on geneva avenue and london street which is in the excelsior district of san francisco. the security video along geneva avenue shows how shooting unfolded. police entered the amazon barbershop after receiving a report of a man
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with a gun. then the shooting started. a police officer, a teenager, and two barbers were also hit before police finally shot the gunman. again that police officer is now out of the hospital. (mabrisa rodriguez)additional shower activity is forecast late this afternoon and evening with isolated showers possibly lingering into sunday. dry weather is expected to return on monday and continue through next week. a warming trend is forecast for the first half of the week. another weak boundary is still on track to move south late this afternoon/early this evening. therefore, expect another round of shower activity to develop over the north bay and then gradually spread southward through early sunday. there is still a small chance for thunderstorms across the north bay, but chances are looking less and less. rainfall from this evening through early sunday will be a few hundredths to a tenth at best. snow accumulation will be minor with a dusting possible. a drying trend will develop through the day on sunday from north to south. some of the models do show a few lingering
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showers possible sunday afternoon, but chances are small. by monday the upper trough moves eastward as high pressure builds over the region. a warming and drying trend will develop and continue through next week. it is possible that by wednesday interior locations will eclipse 80 degrees. if verified that would be 10-15 degrees above normal. (justine) britain's information regulator says it is assessing evidence gathered from a raid on the office of data firm cambridge analytica. on friday they carried out an investigation for alledgedly misusing data from around 50-million facebook users to target voters with ads and political messages. more than a dozen investigators from the information commissioner's office searched their london headquarters. they say it will "consider the evidence before deciding the next steps and coming to any conclusions." (jrstone) the investigations into the motive of austin package bomber, mark conditt continues. some are wondering whether the
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suspect's actions could be labeled as domestic terrorism. house homeland security chairman michael mccaul-- whose congressional district includes austin-- addressed that question today.(rep. michael mccaul): "some have asked me is this a domestic terrorism case? i think that's something that you know there's a legal definition for that. under the law it's actually definition not a charge. but having said that i think there's absolutely, it's unequivocal that this man, this individual, this sick individual terrorized the city of austin and this community." conditt never mentioned anything about terrorism or a motive in the confession video found on his cell phone. and f-b-i director christopher wray has said there is not technically a standalone criminal charge of domestic terrorism on the books. he says the bureau refers to domestic terrorism as a category in terms of how they assign agents.
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(justine) during today's press conference, mccaul says conditt called himself a psychopath during his video confession. according to mccaul... the suspect disclosed feeling no remorse for his actions. authorities have not released the 25-minute video confession... because they have yet to find a motive. investigators are also looking into whether conditt had an accomplice. (justine) coming up... a victim of a laptop thief... is not giving up without a fight. the dramatic video of a woman... chasing down a criminal. (jrstone) then... the outrage over the death of a man at the hand of police contines... now lawyers are getting involved. (justine) lights went out for an hour across the world tonight... leaving people in the dark for an event called earth hour.
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with the chase mobile app, michaela deprince could pay practically anyone, at any bank, all while performing a grand jeté between two grand pianos. she could... in a commercial. in real life she uses it to pay her sister, from her couch, for that sweater she stained. what sweater? (phone buzzes) life, lived michaela's way. chase. make more of what's yours. (justine) you may have noticed the lights in your area turn off around 8:30 tonight for about an hour... it was a part of "earth hour"... an event created to spark global awareness and action on nature and the environment. in san francisco... lights on the city hall, golden gate bridge, the trans-america pyramid center and ghirardelli square. the movement was started by the organization "world wide fund for nature" in 2007. now more than 180 countries and tens of millions
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of people participate. lights were dimmed across the world... from the eiffel tower to the sydney opera house. (justine) oakland police are trying to make contact with an armed person they say has baricaded themself in a home. the barricaed situation its started just before five oclock this evening. authorities say police have set up a perimeter around the area and say they are trying to make contact with the person. stay with kron4 on air and online for the latest undate on this story. (jr) in the east bay, the alameda county sheriff's office is asking for the public's help ... to identify suspects in a brazen laptop robbery caught on camera. (justine) kron 4's gabe slate shows us the dramatic footage ... this woman is running with a
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laptop she just stole from a someone sitting in a starbucks cafe a snatch and grab caught on camera.these type of robberies have been increasing in the bay area and typically the robber gets away with the laptop or phone they grabbed but not this time.sound from - sergeant ray kelly - alameda county sheriff's office"good for her getting her stuff back, she was brave, we are hiring and need people like her"that was the reaction sergeant ray kelly with the alameda county sheriff's office had when he saw the surveillance video captured by don's auto body shop which is right next door to the starbuck'sthe general manager there, with the blessing of the alameda county sheriffs office, wanted to share these images with the public to help the authorities
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catch the suspect.sergeant kelly says after the suspect snatched the laptop the unidentified victim, a woman, chases after the robber catching up to her just in time at the getaway car and wrestles her laptop back makes her way back to the cafe. visibly shaken but not injured. according to police the suspect was also not injured. sound from - sergeant ray kelly - alameda county sheriff's office"for her it ended good it doesn't always so only do what you're comfortable with."even though the victim got her laptop back.. a crime was committed a robbery. and police are asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect described as a hispanic female, early twenties, curly brown hair, about 5'5" tall with medium build, wearing grey hooded sweatshirt. sound from - sergeant ray kelly - alameda county sheriff's office "this one ended good, but they don't always, we will be working with partners in this group has robberies and if recognizes them in castro valley gabe slate kron 4 (anchor) time now to check on time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (mabrisa rodriguez)additional shower activity is additional shower rodriguez) additional shower activity is forecast late this afternoon and evening with isolated showers possibly lingering into sunday. dry weather is expected to return on monday
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and continue through next week. a warming trend is forecast for the first half of the week. another weak boundary is still on track to move south late this afternoon/early this evening. therefore, expect another round of shower activity to develop over the north bay and then gradually spread southward through early sunday. there is still a small chance for thunderstorms across the north bay, but chances are looking less and less. rainfall from this evening through early sunday will be a few hundredths to a tenth at best. snow accumulation will be minor with a dusting possible. a drying trend will develop through the day on sunday from north to south. some of the
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models do show a few lingering showers possible sunday afternoon, but chances are small. by monday the upper trough moves eastward as high pressure builds over the region. a warming and drying trend will develop and continue through next week. it is possible that by wednesday interior locations will eclipse 80 degrees. if verified that would be 10-15 degrees above normal.
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(jrstone) president trump's plan to combat the opioid crisis is taking shape. after unveiling the plan earlier this week -- which included officially supporting the death penalty for some drug dealers... the president said yesterday that his administration will take some opioid makers to court. andy rose has more. president trump took his plan to fight the opioid epidemic a step further -- announcing on friday that his administration plans to take legal action against opioid manufacturers president donald trump: "we'll be suing certain drug companies for what they've done with the opioids and we'll be bringing the suits at a federal level."earlier in the week, the president laid out how he plans to spend the six billion dollars appropriated by congress to fight the opioid crisis.the plan will provide help for people fighting addiction, support for local law
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enforcement, as well as federal funding for treatment programs and research president donald trump: "we're looking for a medicine that can stop the pain without the addiction so that people aren't going to become addicted to these incredible drugs"the administration has its sights set on prevention. the plan calls for an advertising campaign focused on keeping people off opioids altogether.president donald trump: "the level of drugs that are being put out there and the power of this addiction is hard to believe. people go to the hospital for a period of a week and they come out and they're drug addicts."several states and cities have taken legal action against opioid manufacturers. but president trump's announcement looks to create a federal standard.i'm andy rose reporting. (justine) coming up... a bay area walmart is now the place of the future. meet the new high-tech robots now rolling down the isle. (jrstone) and after the break... the uproar over the deadly officer involved of a man in sacramento
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continues... now a national civil rights attorney is stepping in.
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(justine) fury over the death of a man at the hands of sacramento police continues. a national civil rights attorney has now joined the call for justice for stephon clark. reporter marc thomas has the story. this is not new territory for national civil rights attorney ben crump. he's represented the families of other high profile cases such as trayvon martin, michael brown and tamir rice. he's now joining the team representing the family of stephon clark - the 22 year old shot and killed by sacramento police. it's still unclear what the team will announce at monday's press
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conference here at the federal courthouse. for a second day protesters took to the streets of sacramento yesterday demanding justice for clark. as day turned to night the mostly peaceful protests took a tense turn - with demonstrators standing on vehicles and shaking police cars in south sacramento. the demonstrators demanding justice for clark and changes to the system.protester: "know what your political goals are! we settle for petty goals. we don't just want justice for stephon clark. we want to make sure that helicopter's aren't fly for petty ass break-ins of cars. we want to make sure there aint no school to prison pipeline. we want to make sure they are not selling people to prisons. that's what our goals have to be."the protests continued well into the night. (jrstone) next... there is still a gap in pay between men and women... we have a breakdown of how it varies across states. (justine) millions gathered across the nation for today's march for our lives... with survivors of the
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parkland florida shooting marching in washington, d.c.
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angeles, demonstrations all over the country called for change in the nation's gun laws. welcome back to kron4 news at ten. i'm justine waldman...(jrstone) and im jr stone... the "march for our lives" rally was created after rally was created after a gunman killed 17 people at marjory stoneman douglas high school last month. andrew spencer reports that shooting -- and others across the country over the years -- have prompted students to take action. crowd chanting: "vote them out! vote them out! vote them out!"the crowd in washington was enormous. across the nation, hundreds of thousands of people turned out for the
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"march for our lives," calling for change after the school shooting in parkland, florida, last month.cameron kasky, student at marjory stoneman douglas: "welcome to the revolution."a movement largely pushed by the nation's youth, one of the more powerful speeches came from 11-year-old naomi wadler.naomi wadler, elementary school student: "i am here today to acknowledge and represent the african-american girls whose stories don't make the front page of every national newspaper."naomi wadler, elementary school student: "my friends and i might still be 11, and we might still be in elementary school, but we know. we know life isn't equal for everyone, and we know what is right and wrong."...but it wasn't just students. teachers and other school officials showed up to demonstrations like this one in denver, colorado......and in philadelphia, a woman holding a sign that reads, "i would ádieá for my students -- but i shouldn't have to."at the primary demonstration in washington, the speeches often took a confrontational tone -- taking aim at the national rifle association.david hogg, student at marjory stoneman douglas: "to those politicians supported by the nra that allow the continued slaughter of our children and our future, i say get your resumes ready."alex wind, student at marjory stoneman douglas: "now, we need to come together on all fronts and push aside those that divide us. now, we
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need to get on the phone and call our representatives and push them to stop incumbency and take action."i'm andrew spencer, reporting (jrstone it's gonna be a slick commute tonight... take a look at this video from earlier tonight. rain suddenly coming down in the city. meteroligist marbrisa meteroligist meteroligist marbrisa rodriguez has more on what to expect. (mabrisa rodriguez)additional shower activity is forecast late this afternoon and evening with isolated showers possibly lingering into sunday. dry weather is expected to return on monday and continue through next
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week. a warming trend is forecast for the first half of the week. another weak boundary is still on track to move south late this afternoon/early this evening. therefore, expect another round of shower activity to develop over the north bay and then gradually spread southward through early sunday. there is still a small chance for thunderstorms across the north bay, but chances are looking less and less. rainfall from this evening through early sunday will be a few hundredths to a tenth at best. snow accumulation will be minor with a dusting possible. a drying trend will develop through the day on sunday from north to south. some of the models do show a few lingering
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showers possible sunday afternoon, but chances are small. by monday the upper trough moves eastward as high pressure builds over the region. a warming and drying trend will develop and continue through next week. it is possible that by wednesday interior locations will eclipse 80 degrees. if verified that would be 10-15 degrees above normal.
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(justine) during women's history month, a new study takes a look at the pay difference between men and women. according to a report by the american association of university women, women still make just 80-cents for every dollar
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earned by men. but some states have lower disparities in pay than others new york is number one, at 89-cents. californa is number two, at 88-cents. followed by florida, at 87-cents. and washington d-c and vermont at 86-cents. (jr stone) california's court system paid more than 500-thousand to resolve sexual harassment complaints against judges and court employees. the judicial council released figures of the settlement on friday. this ends a seven year fight against the state's court system. they didn't reveal any names or details against the five judicial officers. (justine) coming up... there is a ásecret codeá giants fans can use to get a parking discount during the bay bridge series... a's fans are going to get a kick out of this one. (jrstone) and after the
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break... a new high-tech robots now rolling down the isles of one wal-mart. we'll have more on what it can do.
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even if no one in your home smokes, secondhand smoke can be closer than you think. secondhand smoke from a neighbor's apartment can enter your home through air vents, through light fixtures and even through cracks in the walls and the floors. secondhand smoke is toxic. especially to children. protect your family. visit tobaccofreeca.com. (justine) another robot
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doing what used to be the work of a human .... made its debut at a major retail store in the south bay.(jr) the retailer says the artificial intelligence will actually create a more efficient work environment for employees and a better shopping experience for customers...kron4's haaziq madyun has more. 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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innovations, it is shelf scanning technology made by the bossanova company">walmart director of communications tiffany wilson explains how it workssot
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sot she was right. it just turnaroundwalmart employees will still have the physical task of stocking the shelves 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 in the aisle but what exactly is it doing? sot walmart communications tiffany wilson explains how it workssot
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now through april 2nd. (jrstone) almost nobody looks forward to visiting the d-m-v. but if the alternative is a ticket... costing more than one - thousand dollars... the d-m-v might not sound so bad. (justine) as stanley roberts shows us...lots of people are lining up at the d-m-v...because they have questionable license plates...and in some cases...people are deliberately altering them....to avoid paying tolls and tickets.
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.. your license plate in the back looks like it might have been altered a little bit the two b's look a little blurred out so you're going to have to get new license plates ok there are a lot of drivers rolling around the bay with a potentially expensive problem and they might not even know it sound of police buzzer i'll tell you what, i'll let master sergeant gil from the south san francisco police department enlighten with his knowledge the reason i'm stopping you you speak english the license plate in the back this particular style of the license plate the white background is actually reflective material and what has been done to this license plate there appears there is some acid or chemical placed on the reflective material making it non reflective and usually people do that to avoid cameras at the bridges red light cameras or something like that. so if you happen to pay attention to the cars on the road you will see quite a few cars with what the state calls altered plates in fact i pointed out the problem to the california highway patrol back in 2015 with this segment this
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food truck was spotting rolling along interstate 880 however take a look at the licence plate, do you see anything wrong?if you said the license plate is hard to read. you are correctnats: keep driving until you see a large shoulder or take the next exitso the driver gets to have a chat with officer swartz of the castro valley office of the california highway patrolit turns out the place was sprayed with 409 and scrubbed with these brillo pads then someone colored in the numbers with a sharpieback to present day this minivan has a similar problem except in this case it appears the plate was sand blasted off . so here is the deal. there are two ways an officer can handle this ..he can issue you a fix it ticket yea show them that your license plates are no longer legible however if the officer has a sneaky suspicion that you intentionally altered
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the plates they could issue you a bigger fine which is 11 hundred and five dollars all three drivers were issued fix it tickets which basically means you go to the dmv get. new plates and get an officer to sign the ticket oh and pay $25 dismissal fee but honestly waiting in line at the dmv should be considered cruel and unusual punishment .. just saying riding with the south san francisco police department stanley roberts kron 4 news (jrstone) a new study reveals that the great pacific garbage patch is now three times the size of france. researchers at the ocean cleanup foundation say 79-thousand tons of plastic debris live in the pacific ocean between california and hawaii. scientist believe the patch is "increasing exponentially" because ocean currents are pushing plastic from the artic waters. the study has found the area is growing in density. experts say nearly 50-percent of the material found is
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because of crews leaving behind damaged fishing nets. a different study found that by 2025... earth will have nearly a quarter of plastic in the ocean. (justine) giants fans may need to pay a little extra when visiting the coliseum this season. the oakland athletics announced their new pricing plan for the bay bridge series. giants fans will need to fork up 50-bucks if they plan on parking at the coliseum. if they want to pay the regular fee of 30-dollars then they'll need to yell "go a's" at the parking gates. regular season ticket holders can get 10- dollar prepaid parking passes. the a's host the giants tomorrow for an exhibition game before the season starts later this week.
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(j.r.)good evening to you...lots of sports news breaking this saturday. we start with stephen curry. the warriors announced today that the star point guard is out at least three weeks with a sprained knee. ja'vale mcgee fell on steph's left leg last night in the teams win over atlanta. curry received an m-r-i on saturday. they are officially saying that he has a grade 2 m-c-l sprain. that is one of four ligaments on the knee. it's located on the inside part of the knee. steph will be re-evaluated in three weeks. coach steve kerr talked about the injury this afternoon. (j.r.) (j.r.) draymond green will play
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sunday versus utah, kevin durant will be back next week. it is still unclear when klay thompson will be back after breaking his thumb. as for other injuries we turn to san francisco giants pitcher madison bumgarner. the giants star pitcher is out four to six weeks after breaking a bone in his pinkie finger friday in a spring training game. saturday madbum had surgery on his throwing hand. doctors inserted three pins into his pinkie to stabalize the bone that was broken. the area that we're talking about is the lower part of the pinkie that connects to his hand. this is the second year in a
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row that bumgarner has gotten hurt. last year he fell off a dirt bike. it's believed he'll be back sometime in june. he won't be able to throw until those pins are out. (j.r.) draymond green will play sunday versus utah, kevin durant will be back next week. it is still unclear when klay thompson will be back after breaking his thumb. on to march madness and it certainly was a mad one saturday. a historic win for one team. 11th seeded loyola-chicago taking on kansas state first half...the drive...the kick out to donte ingram....the lefty...that's in the basket. beautiful shot. loyola leading early on. end of the first half....another right side three pointer is up...and it is in...ben richardson....hi tting from the same area. loyola chicago would go on to win this 66-52. it's the first time the school has gone to the final four in 55 years. all the press has been about their team chapalin, 98 year old sister jean....she is the super fan of the crew...she was in attendance saturday as
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well. hugging all the players. (jr stone) jim bielein and the michigan woleverines trying to reach their first final four since 2013 they were taking on the florida state siminoles we pick it up late in the second half duncan robinson with a big three in the corner wolverines up by ten florida state not going away p-j savoy hits cut michigan's lead by three with a minute left to go wolverines a bit worried on the bench 13 second left -- siminoles need a three michigan with great defense... forces savoy to take a contested three florida state doesn't go for the foul to stop the clock wolverines win 58-54 they'll face loyola-chicago in the final four final four
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(justine) after the break... a town makes it legal to enjoy two very popular things.... and so far business owners are enjoying the buzz. the buzz. ♪ ♪ my husband is probably going to think i'm crazy. he thinks i'm going to see my sister! ♪ ♪ sometimes the confidence to be spontaneous starts with financial stability. once i heard it i was shocked. i just thought, i have to go get it! ♪ ♪ it's our tree! ♪ ♪ see how a personalized financial strategy and access to j.p. morgan investment expertise can help you. chase. make more of what's yours.
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match made in heaven... one colorado town has now combined... drinking and shopping. the city of edgewater just passed an ordinance to make it possible. under what is called "common consumption"... shoppers can sip and stroll at the stanley marketplace. shop owners in the marketplace say so far the idea has worked out very well. they say so far they have not had any problems with visitors becoming overly inebriated or out of control.
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(jrstone) and make sure you stick around and tune into the kron four hoop session after our newscast. mark carpenter has a full rundown of the warriors injuries and when you can expect all four of the all-stars back on the court. hear from the team as they prioritize health over the number 1 seed in the west. it all tips off tonight at 11.
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what we need, we try to work on days when we need work, rest when we need rest and try to pace ourselves so that we are in the best possible shape going into the playoffs."( mark ) lately, the golden state injury report has been looking like a novel as players are hurt up and down the roster. we'll check in on the health of the warriors. announcer says:"3 on the clock, stepback, cash." as the team licks its wounds, the rockets continue to set the pace in the west. how houston is creeping closer to homecourt advantage. ( javale makes coffee for fans ) plus, warriors center by night, peet's

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