Skip to main content

tv   KRON 4 News Weekend  KRON  March 31, 2018 7:00am-10:00am PDT

7:00 am
( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)extensive high clouds today will bring filtered sunshine but continued mild and dry weather to last through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal
7:01 am
temperatures then forecast monday through wednesday. clouds thicken by thursday with rain chances returning thursday night into friday. ( marty ) a big story we're following this morning ... a terrifying ordeal for three women in the south bay. they were shot at after leaving a fast food drive thru.
7:02 am
one of the passengers was hit in the arm and is recovering this morning. san jose police continue to search for the gunman.kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke to the victims. a ride home goes terribly wrong. dani jimenez/victim i was just like so scared. i can't even tell you what i was thinking at the time. i just wanted to get out of there. this bullet hole is a reminder that dani jimenez, her sister and friend were almost killed.. after being shot while driving on monterey road in san jose.the three say.. early wednesday morning around two.. they grabbed food at this jack in the box drivethrough and headed home. they then noticed a truck that was also in the drive thru .. traveling next to them. they say they didn't think much of it.. until the suspect got behind their car and started aggressively tailgating them dani jimenez/victimhe just started trying to be super close to me and then that is when he shot two more times that's when it kind of clicked in my head and i started yelling at dispatch and was
7:03 am
like he's shooting at us, he's shooting at us and then the lady says how do you know it's a gun ma'm and my sister said i can smell the smoke jimenez says.. at least three shots were fired in the nearly 11 minute ordeal.. she says.. the longest 11 minutes of her life. fortunately.. she was able to lose the suspect and get to a gas station.. that's when she realized her friend in the backseat.. had been shot and was unconscious. dani jimenez/victimmy just heart broke because she's one of my best friends and i didn't know it got her arm. i just saw blood on her right side of her. i didn't know it was her side or anything. i just i couldn't even talk (hermela aregawi)absolutely aregawi) absolutely frightening.. and the women say. they have no idea why they were attacked.. that there was no confrontation of any sort before hand. the victims say... police have surveillance footage from the jack in the box.. that shows the suspect and his truck...
7:04 am
but police are not releasing that at this time. reporting in san jose hermela aregawi kron 4 news. ( marty ) controversy in the east bay. immigration advocates say federal agents will now have an easier time targeting undocumented iimmigrants who are getting out of the contra costa county jail.kron 4's ella sogomonian reports the sheriff's office is now posting inmate release dates online. a california law went into effect this january aimed at protecting illegal immigrants. senate bill 54 directs local authorities not to communicate with immigration and customs and enforcement agents about undocumented immigrants who've been arrested. but a loophole in that law allows that if the information is made public. so the contra costa county sheriff's office has joined other counties in the state to post inmate release dates online.immigration advocates believe this is a way for local authorities to cooperate with federal agents by giving them information indirectly that will help them make arrests outside jails.tony bravo with the california immigration policy center says
7:05 am
this undermines the sanctuary states values.sot: tony bravo, california immigration policy center// "it undermines the values becausewe..."the assistant sheriff for custody services matt schuler didn't say if matt schuler custody services sheriff for the assistant sheriff for custody services matt schuler didn't say if the move was aimed at cooperating with ice but instead said, "this information is public and can be helpful to other governmental organizations, crime victims, inmates' family members and others. additionally, organizations who provide services to persons released from custody have specifically asked for this information so they can start reentry transition assistance right away. releasing this public information is an important part of the county's reentry strategic plan." ( marty ) the officers involved in
7:06 am
a deadly shooting in san francisco have been named. they are officers kevin endo and tess casey. this is body camera from the incident wednesday. it happened at a san francisco barber shop. a police officer... a teenager and two barbers were hit by bullets... before police shot the gunman. at a town hall meeting thursday night-- police say leading up to the shooting... family members of jehad eid called 9-1-1. they said eid threatened them with a gun. at one point eid shot at officers. and police fired back, hitting him 18 times. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... a high school football player died suddenly. we'll hear from his grieving mother, about what may have caused it. ( marty )plus... the mystery on what happened to a family who drove off a cliff along the mendocino coast. we'll learn the latest in that ( marty )and...your morning
7:07 am
cup of coffee... may be bad for your health. the new warning you might see the next time you go to your favorite coffee shop (ácommercialá)
7:08 am
life's bleachable moments need clorox bleach. for your health this morning
7:09 am
7:10 am
... the next time you grab a cup of coffee at starbucks, don't be surprised if you see a sign warning that coffee could cause cancer. a court ruling this week could require coffee makers to warn the public that coffee may contain a chemical know to cause health problems. the chemical is ... acrylamide. it's produced in small amounts in coffee during the roasting process.the judge concluded that coffee companies failed to show that acrylamide is safe, and so a warning label is needed. ( marty ) the judge could
7:11 am
change his mind on the ruling ... if new information were to surface. the national coffee association says they are dissapointed with the ruling ... and are exploring legal options. ( marty ) many have been there. too much to drink and now you have a hangover. now... there are services that can help you treat that hangover. one is "the i-v doc"... and it's available in san francisco. for a couple hundred dollars... you can get an i-v therapy and vitamins. but this industry is largely áunregulated. and research shows there are medical risks associated with any i-v therapy... including air embolisms. every patient goes through a screening process before a nurse shows up at the door. ( marty ) some doctors caution that the benefit of this service may be purely psychological. ( dave ) (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá) (steel-drum ringtone sounds)
7:12 am
7:13 am
hello? hello there! almond joy is tropi-calling! when you need a taste of vacation, pick up!
7:14 am
how much money do you think you'll need in retirement? then we found out how many years that money would last them. how long do you think we'll keep -- oooooohhh! you stopped! you're gonna leave me back here at year 9? how did this happen? it turned out, a lot of people fell short, of even the average length of retirement. we have to think about not when we expect to live to,
7:15 am
but when we could live to. let's plan for income that lasts all our years in retirement. prudential. bring your challenges. here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)extensive high clouds today will bring filtered sunshine but continued mild and dry weather to last through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal
7:16 am
temperatures then forecast monday through wednesday. clouds thicken by thursday with rain chances returning thursday night into friday.
7:17 am
( marty ) authorities still have more questions than answers regarding the death of a family whose car went off a cliff and into the pacific ocean. it happened in mendocino county earlier this week. john lorince explains that three of the children remain missing. authorities in california and washington state are investigating the mysterious
7:18 am
deaths of at least five members of the hart family. voice of olegario marin/chp spokesman"all we know is that the vehicle ended up at the bottom of 100 foot cliff and that's what we are looking for now to see if we can figure out what happened."the california highway patrol is using a specialized team in an attempt to find answers.voice of olegario marin/chp spokesman "they have a lot of equipment and different things that they can check as far as for the vehicle, the areas around there to look for anything that could be a clue to tell us what happened with the vehicle."the family was seen last week at their
7:19 am
home....shortly after child protective services paid a welfare visit.dana dekalb/neighbor"they portray this happy little family..well they ( marty ) a big story we are following this morning. more demonstrations are planned today in sacramento. and new inconsistincies have been uncovered in the stephon clark shooting. a pathologist hired by clark's family says his independent autopsy tells a very different story from the official police version.. omar jimenez reports. an independent autopsy released friday afternoon reveals stephon clark was shot eight times by police - including six wounds in his back according to clark's family attorneys---who hired the forensic pathologist-- the report contradicts sacramento police officer's version of events. dr. bennet omalu/ forensic pathologist: the proposition that has been presented that he was
7:20 am
assailing the officers, meaning he was facing the officers, is inconsistent with the prevailing forensic evidencethe shooting sparked days of protests from residents demanding answers for why the 22 year old unarmed black man was shot while on his grandmother's property. the officers say they believed clark was pointing a gun at them. but investigators only found a cell phone near his body. friday's autopsy also revealed clark did not immediately die after he was shot.dr. bennet omalu/ forensic pathologist: death took about three to ten minutes. it was not an instantaneous death. the release comes one day after clark's funeral where friends and family continued their emotional call for justice stevante clark/ stephon's brother: stephon is going to live for generations to generations. the clark family will never die.the county coroner's autopsy determined the cause of death as multiple gunshot woundsbut the full report will not be released until the case is closedi'm omar jimenez reporting
7:21 am
( marty ) the sacramento kings and the boston celtics have shown their support for the clark family... the warriors are too.
7:22 am
row from the angels. gary radnich has the highlights from last night's games. next in sports. live look outside... richmond bridge enamel is the white, outer layer of your tooth surface. the more that we can strengthen and re-harden that tooth surface, the whiter their patients' teeth are going to be. dentists are going to really want to recommend pronamel strong and bright. it's going to give their patients whiter teeth. ♪ pstop messing with your sister! hey! hey! don't make me come back there! so? feels really good.... yeah, i'm gonna buy it. (vo) customer service that goes the extra mile. enterprise makes it easy.
7:23 am
7:24 am
7:25 am
wow! ♪ find a world of inspiration. find something you love today. ever changing selection. ever amazing prices. homegoods. go finding. when madison bumgarner went down bumgarner went down everyone thought the giants would be in trouble to start the season. we are two games in, but so far so good johnny cueto making his first start this season against the dodgers in los angeles. cueto... similar to ty blach last night got the job done bottom sixth... fans logan forythe next batter... no problem... bottom left corner to alex wood a
7:26 am
perfect-game bid through the sixth bottom seventh -- chris taylor with a single breaks up cueto perfect-game bid cueto... allows only one hit and strikes out 4 in seven innings of work joe panik on the right side of history top ninth -- panik hits a solo shot off kenley jensen giants up 1-nothing bottom ninth -- hunter strickland for the second game in a row gets the save makes joc pederson pop out giants win 1-nothing panic is the first player in history to hit back to back homers in 1-nothing victories over at the coliseum before the game the a's invite rickie game the a's before the coliseum over at the victories nothing homers in 1-back to back homers in 1-nothing victories over at the victories over at the coliseum before the game the a's invite rickie henderson,, jose canseco and other greats to the field to celebrate the
7:27 am
team's 50th season in oakland. top first -- mike trout after going 0-6 on opening day hits a home run off sean manaea the somoan radny johnson... allows 4 hits, 7 strike outs in 7 innings and 2/1 a's try rallying in the ninth jonathan lucroy hits a rbi single not enough... angels win 2-1 march has been a tough month for the warriors. golden state's injuries are a big reason why they have lost four of the last five. and if things couldn't get any worse for the team.... they now have to deal with kevin durant keeping his cool on the court. in his first game since a six-game absence to recover from a rib injury... durant picked up his fifth ejection of the season in thursday night's loss to the milwaukee bucks. kd started cursing at an official for not calling a foul. he
7:28 am
was given two technicals in the final seconds before halftime. he now has two away from an automatic one-game suspension the only player with in the last 25 rasheed wallace with seven. ( marty )and make sure and make sure you tune into the kron four hoop session tonight. steph curry is out for at least two more weeks and we talked exclusively with the player filling in for him - quinn cook. mark carpenter has the story you will only see here on the kron four hoop session, tonight at 11. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. (ácommercialá)
7:29 am
(clucking noises) everyone wants to be the cadbury bunny because only he brings delicious cadbury creme eggs. while others may keep trying, nobunny knows easter better than cadbury. here's a live look at the
7:30 am
bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast...
7:31 am
(dave)extensive high clouds today will bring filtered sunshine but continued mild and dry weather to last through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal temperatures then forecast monday through wednesday. clouds thicken by thursday with rain chances returning thursday night into friday.
7:32 am
( marty ) ánotá guilty. that's the verdict from a florida jury who decided the wife of an admitted terrorist - who killed 49 people at an orlando nightclub - did not help her husband. noor salman is free after spending more than a year in jail... natasha chen explains how her defense teamclaims they 'knew' she'd be found not guilty. susan adieh, cousin of noor salman: we knew from day one she was innocentafter a two- week trial, noor salman was found ánot guiltyá of providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization and obstruction of justice.jurors found she did not mislead law enforcement - nor did she help her husband kill 49 people and
7:33 am
injure more than 50 others - when he opened fire at the orlando pulse nightclub in june of 2016.susan adieh, cousin of noor salman: i feel so bad for them. and i lost a child, i know how that feels. so no matter what happens between noor being guilty and not guilty, it's not going to bring them back. but at the same time, we cannot commit another innocent person as well, part of all this.her family says they've always considered salman to be the first victim of her husband - omar mateen.al salman, uncle of noor salman: i don't know how we're going to make up for the last two years.almost two years of investigators and the public reviewing video of her in the weeks before the shooting - shopping with her husband and child in the orlando area.but her attorneys say evidence showed she didn't know what mateen was about to do - didn't drop him off at the club, did not scout locations with him, and did not browse extremist websites. charles swift, attorney for noor salman: the more we learned, the better noor salman looked.the orange county sheriff said in a statement that - "many may feel that justice has not prevailed; however, the system
7:34 am
of justice has spoken and we should look to the continued healing for the families and our entire community so that this event will not define us." i'm natasha chen reporting. ( marty ) an east bay mother is opening up about the sudden death of her 16-year-old son. jeremiah joyner died a week ago. he was a varsity football player at oakland technical high school. only on four this morning, .kron four's philippe djegal talks to his mother -- who says a pre-exisiting condition might have led to jeremiah's death.. (philippe)cherie jones/mother- "it's, uh, like a rollercoaster. really, just a lot of ups and downs." cherie jones says though a week has passed since her son passed away... the shock and sadness is still fresh... and, she doesn't expect that to change for quite some time.cherie jones/mother- "he complained of chest pain once but he was being active."
7:35 am
her 16-year-old son jeremiah joyner was an outside linebacker on the varisty football team at oakland technical high school. but the football season has been over for a few months now. cherie says when she got home thursday night... she woke her son up from a nap. he complained of head, stomach and chest pains... and moments later, he threw up and then collapsed.cherie jones/mother- "my brother, he came down and i ran to the fire station to see if i could get some help, and i understand my brother gave him cpr." cherie says paramedics got jeremiah's heart beating again, before he was rushed to highland hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.cherie jones/mother- "when my brother received a call from the coroner, they said there was an abnormality in his heart. i guess an artery was on the left side versus the right side and it didn't have i guess a curve in it. it was coming down, which i guess he wasn't getting the air supply that he needed." cherie believes her son may have been born with this condition, and says she hopes others can learn from this story. she says her son's heart problem was never detected during routine sports physicals or
7:36 am
doctor's appointments. she says parent's should ask for more thorough testing.cherie jones/mother- "i'm not blaming nobody. i'm not blaming nobody. i just, you know, when you go in for a sports physical, they use a stethescope and check your heart rate, they have you bend over, touch your toes and check your reflexes. that has nothing to do with seeing if your heart is strong -- if your lungs are strong." the alameda county cororner's bureau says it could take up to five more weeks before an official cause of death is determined. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) coming up on kron 4 news weekend... as families celebrate easter and passover...there is one comfort food spot you won't want to miss. vicki liviakis shows you after the break. live look outside... san mateo bridge.
7:37 am
7:38 am
7:39 am
7:40 am
spring is the season for easter brunches, egg hunts and... passover meals. this morning on dine and dish, vicki livakis is serving up something sentimental.. with a taste of some grandma approved "to me this really takes me back to my grandma's house the smells, the sounds and the flavors." sounds like seltzer making bubbles for egg cream. smells of steaming hot matzo ball soup. and flavors from savory beef brisket. it's what you'll find at wise son's deli in the city's mission neighborhood. evan bloom and his brother tapped into their roots to create this old fashioned deli that brings in people of all ages.. there are pictures on the walls - pictures on there are ages.. there are ages.. there are pictures on the walls - paying homage to grand dad and his
7:41 am
produce truck. and of course bubbe - who's recipes inspire wise son's menu of down home deli favorites like chopped liver, lox and bagels, and house-made pastromi. "it's jewish soul food, it's comforting and just makes you feel good."
7:42 am
live look outside... san francisco international airport. please keep your shoes on! stop messing with your sister! hey! hey! don't make me come back there! so? feels really good.... yeah, i'm gonna buy it. (vo) customer service that goes the extra mile. enterprise makes it easy. live look outside...sutro
7:43 am
7:44 am
7:45 am
tower. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)extensive high clouds today will bring filtered sunshine but continued mild
7:46 am
and dry weather to last through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal temperatures then forecast monday through wednesday. clouds thicken by thursday with rain chances returning thursday night into friday.
7:47 am
( marty ) when a pedestrian is on the railroad tracks illegally: they are trespassing... california ranks number one in trespass casualties... that includes both fatalities and injuries. kron four's stanley roberts checked out a spot that's known for people who ignore railroad signs. this is the redwood city caltrain station you can the train horn sounding (train
7:48 am
horn) then the signals and crossing lights turn on watch the woman in the grey run across the tracks ignoring the warning lights just catch a train nats: ambiance here a train just passed and the pedestrian arm is going up nats: ambiance however another train is approaching in a different direction and as the arm comes down the people keep walking during the commute hours, caltrain has something called the baby bullet train . it doesn't stop at redwood city station so it's still traveling at close to 80 miles per hournow what i just showed you is behaviour i highlighted from time to time but what i'm about to show you next i see lots of people crossing back and forth with the rails down in sunnyvale and in redwood city and when you see that what do you say i'm like where is stanley when we need him this is a first for me but watch the guy in the black beanie open the gate and cross the tracks . followed by this man in blue doing the same thing and sprinting across the tracks to catch the train on the other side. nats: ambiance
7:49 am
here is yet another example what the man in the backpack he can't wait so he opens the gate enters and is followed by not one but five others nats: ambiance that gate is an emergency gate for anyone caught on the tracks when the warning lights come on it's not a opening according the california operation lifesaver "many railroad crossings have warning devices that indicate a train is coming crossing the tracks when these warning devices are activated is illegal and dangerous. it's not worth risking your life." san mateo county sheriff's office transit division writes numerous tickets at 490 dollars a pop and check this out it's the only ticket which comes with a point even for pedestrians even if you don't have a driver's license . let that sink in., this man just skipped the opening all together ignored this sign and crossed the tracks just as the warning lights turn on nats: ambianceif you really need to catch a train, you might just want to leave home early rather than late but like my mom alway said that's too much like right. in redwood city stanley roberts kron 4 news
7:50 am
( marty ) now's your chance to binge-watch your favorite netflix shows ... and get paid for it. the company is looking to hire people to watch, categorize, and rate their shows and movies. the job is called 'editorial analyst' and is now up on their website. the position calls for people who are passionate about t-v and film and are deadline oriented. ( marty ) the busy summer vacation season is just around the corner --- and hawaii hotels underwent training to learn what to do in the event of another nuclear missle alert. the hawaii tourism association hosted the emergency management workshop which outlined the necessary procedures that companies can use during an alert. the goal is to protect customers and employees. in january, you remember, a false ballistic missile alert was triggered by the hawaii emergency management agency. the hawaii hotel visitor industry securty association suggests that people
7:51 am
vacationing in the state have a bag filled with essentials that they can grab in the event of an ( marty ) coming up after the break.... "ready player one" is ready to conquer the box office. we'll take a look at what else is new in ( marty ) here's a live look at kirkwood this morning... live look outside... san francisco embarcadero.
7:52 am
♪ ♪ you are many different things in one amazing package, and t.j.maxx gives you the freedom to express every one. with our unique mix of must-have brands at must-buy prices, you can be active or totally relaxed. ♪ ♪ you can shop online or take it home today. you'll always save on something for every you. maxx you. maxx life. t.j.maxx.
7:53 am
7:54 am
my secret visitors. hallucinations and delusions. the unknown parts of living with parkinson's. what plots they unfold, but only in my mind. over 50% of people with parkinson's will experience hallucinations or delusions during the course of their disease. if your loved one is experiencing these symptoms, talk to your parkinson's specialist. there are treatment options that can help. my visitors should be the ones i want to see. steven spielberg's latest production is hitting movie theaters this weekend. it's an adaptation of the best selling novel, "ready player one". rick damigella has a preview of how it may do at the box office, along with this week's other new releases.
7:55 am
(nat whoosh)"a whole virtual universe."(nat music "let me take you on a trip.")steven spielberg takes you on a trip inside the oasis in "ready player one." billed as "an adventure too big for the real world," "ready player one" follows a group of young people in a dystopian future, attemping to find an easter egg which will give them control over the virtual world known as the oasis. the hollywood reporter's box office experts say "ready player one" will bow to between 45 and 50 million dollars over the easter holiday weekend, while variety says it could go a bit lower....in the 38 to 42 million dollar range. those numbers would easily place "ready player one" at the top of the weekend box office."you know me. you know i can be the devil."taraji p. henson stars in "tyler perry's acrimony," about a woman out for revenge after her husband's serial cheating sends her over the edge. perry's first foray into the psychological thriller genre could scare up ten million in its debut, according to the reporter and
7:56 am
deadline, with box office mojo's prognosticators predicting it could go as high as 15-point-five million."the church has brought nothing but controversy to the school for years.""what's a church doing on a state campus in the first place?""god's not dead: a light in darkness" is the third entry in the faith film franchise. the hollywood reporter and variety peg the movie to have an opening weekend of five million dollars. in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. ( marty ) beach-goers didn't need metal detectors to find this treasure. a ship believed to be from the 18th century washed up to shore at a florida beach. it has roman numerals marked on its side that are well preserved. an archeologist from the maritime musuem got word of the wreckage and brought a team of researchers to learn more. they believe it was most likely used as a merchant ship. no word on any treasure on board. ( dave )lots of sun for your
7:57 am
sunday before the rain machine grinds up tomorrow. tracking your forecast next ! (clucking noises) everyone wants to be the cadbury bunny because only he brings delicious cadbury creme eggs. while others may keep trying, nobunny knows easter better than cadbury. here is a live look at
7:58 am
7:59 am
the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)extensive high clouds today will bring filtered sunshine but continued mild
8:00 am
and dry weather to last through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal temperatures then forecast monday through wednesday. clouds thicken by thursday with rain chances returning thursday night into friday. ( marty ) a big story
8:01 am
we're following this morning ... a terrifying ordeal for three women in the south bay. they were shot at after leaving a fast food drive thru. one of the passengers was hit in the arm and is recovering this morning. san jose police continue to search for the gunman.kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke to the victims. a ride home goes terribly wrong. dani jimenez/victim i was just like so scared. i can't even tell you what i was thinking at the time. i just wanted to get out of there. this bullet hole is a reminder that dani jimenez, her sister and friend were almost killed.. after being shot while driving on monterey road in san jose.the three say.. early wednesday morning around two.. they grabbed food at this jack in the box drivethrough and headed home.
8:02 am
they then noticed a truck that was also in the drive thru .. traveling next to them. they say they didn't think much of it.. until the suspect got behind their car and started aggressively tailgating dani jimenez/victimhe just started trying to be super close to me and then that is when he shot two more times that's when it kind of clicked in my head and i started yelling at dispatch and was like he's shooting at us, he's shooting at us and then the lady says how do you know it's a gun ma'm and my sister said i can smell the smoke jimenez says.. at least three shots were fired in the nearly 11 minute ordeal.. she says.. the longest 11 minutes of her life.fortunately.. she was able to lose the suspect and get to a gas station.. that's when she realized her friend in the backseat.. had been shot and was unconscious. dani jimenez/victimmy just heart broke because she's one of my best friends and i didn't know it got her arm. i just saw blood on her right side of her. i didn't know it was her side or anything. i just i couldn't even talk (hermela aregawi)absolutely frightening.. and the women say. they have no idea why they were attacked.. that there was no confrontation of any sort before hand. the victims say... police have
8:03 am
surveillance footage from the jack in the box.. that shows the suspect and his truck... but police are not releasing that at this time. reporting in san jose hermela aregawi kron 4 news. ( marty ) controversy in the east bay. immigration advocates say federal agents will now have an easier time targeting undocumented iimmigrants who are getting out of the contra costa county jail.kron 4's ella sogomonian reports the sheriff's office is now posting inmate release dates online. a california law went into effect this january aimed at protecting illegal immigrants. senate bill 54 directs local authorities not to communicate with immigration and customs and enforcement agents about undocumented immigrants who've been arrested. but a loophole in that law allows that if the information is made public. so the contra costa county sheriff's office has joined other counties in the state to
8:04 am
post inmate release dates online.immigration advocates believe this is a way for local authorities to cooperate with federal agents by giving them information indirectly that will help them make arrests outside jails.tony bravo with the california immigration policy center says this undermines the sanctuary states values.sot: tony bravo, california immigration policy center// "it undermines the values becausewe..."the assistant sheriff for custody services matt schuler didn't say if the move was aimed at cooperating with ice but instead said, "this information is public and can be helpful to other governmental organizations,
8:05 am
crime victims, inmates' family members and others. additionally, organizations who provide services to persons released from custody have specifically asked for this information so they can start reentry transition assistance right away. releasing this public information is an important part of the county's reentry strategic plan." ( marty ) the officers involved in a deadly shooting in san francisco have been named. they are officers kevin endo and tess casey. this is body camera from the incident wednesday. it happened at a san francisco barber shop. a police officer... a teenager and two barbers were hit by bullets... before police shot the gunman. at a town hall meeting thursday night-- police say leading up to the shooting... family members of jehad eid called 9-1-1. they said eid threatened them with a gun. at one point eid shot at officers. and police fired back, hitting him 18 times. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... a high
8:06 am
school football player died suddenly. we'll hear from his grieving mother, about what may have caused it. ( marty )( marty )plus... the mystery on what happened to a family who drove off a cliff along the mendocino coast. we'll learn the latest in that investigation. ( marty )and...your morning cup of coffee... may be bad for your health. the new warning you might see the next time you go to your coffee shop john tyson's motto was, "when better chickens are hatched, we will hatch them." it's why all of the tyson chicken that bears his name will be raised with no antibiotics ever. every nugget, strip and drumstick. keep it real. keep it tyson.
8:07 am
the roasted core wrap.belly fat. 3, 2, 1... not cool. freezing away fat cells with coolsculpting? now that's cool! coolsculpting safely freezes and removes fat cells with little or no downtime. and no surgery. results and patient experience may vary. some rare side effects include temporary numbness, discomfort and swelling. ask your doctor if coolsculpting is right for you and visit coolsculpting.com today... for your chance to win a free treatment. pstop messing with your sister! hey! hey! don't make me come back there!
8:08 am
so? feels really good.... yeah, i'm gonna buy it. (vo) customer service that goes the extra mile. enterprise makes it easy. because... shopping should thrill you. why shop marshalls? with big brands at small prices... ...for the whole family! woo hoo! and unexpected finds you never knew you were looking for. so every trip feels like, an instant victory. that's the fun of marshalls! with brands that wow and prices that thrill. marshalls is never boring. and always surprising. for your health this morning
8:09 am
... the next time you grab a cup of coffee at a coffee shop, don't be surprised if you see a sign warning that coffee could cause cancer. a court ruling this week could require coffee makers to warn the public that coffee may contain a chemical know to cause health problems. the chemical is ... acrylamide. it's produced in small amounts in coffee during the roasting process.the judge concluded that coffee companies failed to show that acrylamide is safe, and so a warning label is needed.
8:10 am
the label.i would be skeptical. it seems a little silly. i think coffee is probably the last thing that is going to kill me.">( marty ) the judge could change his mind on the ruling ... if new information were to surface. the national coffee association says they are dissapointed with the ruling ... and are exploring legal options. ( marty ) many have been there. too much to drink and now you have a hangover. now... there are services that can help you treat that hangover. one is "the i-v doc"... and it's available in san francisco. for a couple hundred dollars... you can get an i-v therapy and vitamins. but this industry is largely áunregulated. and research shows there are medical risks associated with any i-v therapy... including air embolisms. every patient goes through a screening process before a nurse shows up at the door. ( marty )
8:11 am
some doctors caution that the benefit of this service may be purely psychological. ( dave ) live look outside... bay bridge toll plaza.
8:12 am
8:13 am
8:14 am
here's a live look at yosemite falls this morning... ( marty ) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)extensive high clouds today will bring filtered sunshine but continued mild and dry weather to last
8:15 am
through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal temperatures then forecast monday through wednesday. clouds thicken by thursday with rain chances returning thursday night into friday. into friday. thursday night into friday.
8:16 am
( marty ) authorities still have
8:17 am
more questions than answers regarding the death of a family whose car went off a cliff and into the pacific ocean. it happened in mendocino county earlier this week. john lorince explains that three of the children authorities in california and washington state are investigating the mysterious deaths of at least five members of the hart family. voice of olegario marin/chp spokesman"all we know is that the vehicle ended up at the bottom of 100 foot cliff and that's what we are looking for now to see if we can figure out what happened."the california highway patrol is using a specialized team in an attempt to find answers.voice of olegario marin/chp spokesman "they have a lot of equipment and different things that they can check as far as for the vehicle, the areas around
8:18 am
there to look for anything that could be a clue to tell us what happened with the vehicle."the family was seen last week at their home....shortly after child protective services paid a welfare visit.dana dekalb/neighbor"they portray this happy little family..well they obviously had separate lives."neighbors dana and bruce dekalb say they called the authorities because one of the children had been asking them for food-- saying he was being starved.dana dekalb/neighbor"what happened there versus what happened when they went out into the public was a whole different face."five bodies, including sarah hart and her wife, jennifer, were found monday. but three children remain missing.one of them is 15-year-old devonte hart.he made headlines nationally when a picture of him hugging a police officer during a protest in portland went viral. i'm john lorinc reporting. ( marty ) a big story we are following this morning. more demonstrations are planned today in sacramento. and new inconsistincies have been uncovered in the stephon clark shooting. a pathologist hired by clark's family says his independent autopsy tells
8:19 am
a very different story from the official police version.. omar jimenez reports. an independent autopsy released friday afternoon reveals stephon clark was shot eight times by police - including six wounds in his back according to clark's family attorneys---who hired the forensic pathologist-- the report contradicts sacramento police officer's version of events. dr. bennet omalu/ forensic pathologist: the proposition that has been presented that he was assailing the officers, meaning he was facing the officers, is inconsistent with the prevailing forensic evidencethe shooting sparked days of protests from residents demanding answers for why the 22 year old unarmed black man was shot while on his grandmother's property. the officers say they believed clark was pointing a gun at them. but investigators only found a cell phone near his body.
8:20 am
friday's autopsy also revealed clark did not immediately die after he was shot.dr. bennet omalu/ forensic pathologist: death took about three to ten minutes. it was not an instantaneous death. the release comes one day after clark's funeral where friends and family continued their emotional call for justice stevante clark/ stephon's brother: stephon is going to live for generations to generations. the clark family will never die.the county coroner's autopsy determined the cause of death as multiple gunshot woundsbut the full report will not be released until the case is closedi'm omar jimenez reporting ( marty ) the sacramento kings and the boston celtics have shown their support for the clark family... the warriors have
8:21 am
that it should discuss.">( marty ) these are the t-shirts that the kings and celtics wore at a recent pre-game warm-up. they carry the message "accountability. we are one" on the front. 'hashtag stephon clark' -- on the back. the warriors play the kings today in sacramento. ( marty )for the giants, panik does it again. while the a's were looking to take two in a row from the angels. gary radnich has the highlights from last night's games. next in sports. live look outside... richmond bridge (ácommercialá)
8:22 am
in your noise cancelling trheadphones?ry maybe not. maybe you could trust you won't be next to a loud eater. (eating potato chips loudly) or you could just trust duracell. (silence) ♪
8:23 am
pstop messing with your sister! hey! hey! don't make me come back there! so? feels really good.... yeah, i'm gonna buy it. (vo) customer service that goes the extra mile. enterprise makes it easy. (áábreakáá)
8:24 am
8:25 am
when madison bumgarner went down everyone thought the giants would be in trouble to start the season. we are two games in, but so far so good johnny cueto making his first start this season against the dodgers in los angeles. cueto... similar to ty blach last night got the job done bottom sixth... fans logan forythe next next batter... no problem... bottom left corner to alex wood a perfect- game bid through the sixth bottom seventh -- chris taylor with a single breaks up cueto perfect-game bid cueto... allows only one hit and strikes out 4 in seven innings of work joe panik on the right side of history top ninth -- panik hits a solo shot off kenley jensen giants up 1-nothing bottom ninth -- hunter strickland for the second game in a row gets the save makes joc pederson pop out giants win 1-nothing panic is the first player in history to hit back to back homers in 1-nothing victories over at the coliseum over at the victories over at the coliseum before the game
8:26 am
the a's invite rickie henderson,, jose canseco and other greats to the field to celebrate the team's 50th season in oakland. top first -- mike trout after going 0-6 on opening day hits a home run off sean manaea the somoan radny johnson... allows 4 hits, 7 strike outs in 7 innings and 2/1 a's try rallying in the ninth jonathan lucroy hits a rbi single not enough... angels win 2-1 march has been a tough month for the warriors. golden state's injuries are a big reason why they have lost four of the last five. and if things couldn't get any worse for the team.... they now have to deal with kevin durant keeping his cool on the court. in his first game since a
8:27 am
six-game absence to recover from a rib injury... durant picked up his fifth ejection of the season in thursday night's loss to the milwaukee bucks. kd started cursing at an official for not calling a foul. he was given two technicals in the final seconds before halftime. he now has 14 techincals... two away from an automatic one-game suspension the only player with more ejections in the last 25 years is rasheed wallace with seven. durant doesn't believe he's playing out of character. ( marty )and make sure ( marty ) character.out of he's playing doesn't believe durant seven.wallace with rasheed wallace with seven. durant doesn't believe out of character. ( marty ) and make sure you tune into the kron four hoop session tonight. steph curry is out for at least two more weeks and we talked exclusively with the player filling in for him - quinn cook. mark carpenter has the story you will only see here on the kron four hoop session, tonight at 11. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. here's a live look at the
8:28 am
8:29 am
8:30 am
bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)extensive high clouds
8:31 am
today will bring filtered sunshine but continued mild and dry weather to last through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal temperatures then forecast monday through wednesday. clouds thicken by thursday with rain chances returning thursday night into friday. ( marty ) ánotá guilty. ánotá guilty. ánotá guilty. that's the verdict from a florida jury who decided the wife of an admitted terrorist - who killed 49 people at an orlando nightclub - did not help her
8:32 am
husband. noor salman is free after spending more than a year in jail... natasha chen explains how her defense teamclaims they 'knew' she'd be found not guilty. susan adieh, cousin of noor salman: we knew from day one she was innocentafter a two- week trial, noor salman was found ánot guiltyá of providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization and obstruction of justice.jurors found she did not mislead law enforcement - nor did she help her husband kill 49 people and injure more than 50 others - when he opened fire at the orlando pulse nightclub in june of 2016.susan adieh, cousin of noor salman: i feel so bad for them. and i lost a child, i know how that feels. so no matter what happens between noor being guilty and not guilty, it's not going to bring them back. but at the same time, we cannot commit another innocent person as
8:33 am
well, part of all this.her family says they've always considered salman to be the first victim of her husband - omar mateen.al salman, uncle of noor salman: i don't know how we're going to make up for the last two years.almost two years of investigators and the public reviewing video of her in the weeks before the shooting - shopping with her husband and child in the orlando area.but her attorneys say evidence showed she didn't know what mateen was about to do - didn't drop him off at the club, did not scout locations with him, and did not browse extremist websites. charles swift, attorney for noor salman: the more we learned, the better noor salman looked.the orange county sheriff said in a statement that - "many may feel that justice has not prevailed; however, the system of justice has spoken and we should look to the continued healing for the families and our entire community so that this event will not define us." i'm natasha chen reporting. ( marty ) an east bay mother is opening up about the sudden death of her 16-year-old son. jeremiah joyner died a week ago. he was a varsity football player at oakland technical high school. only on four this morning, .kron four's philippe djegal talks to his mother -- who says a pre-exisiting condition might have led to jeremiah's death..
8:34 am
(philippe)cherie jones/mother- "it's, uh, like a rollercoaster. really, just a lot of ups and downs." cherie jones says though a week has passed since her son passed away... the shock and sadness is still fresh... and, she doesn't expect that to change for quite some time.cherie jones/mother- "he complained of chest pain once but he was being active." her 16-year-old son jeremiah joyner was an outside linebacker on the varisty football team at oakland technical high school. but the football season has been over for a few months now. cherie says when she got home thursday night... she woke her son up from a nap. he complained of head, stomach and chest pains... and moments later, he threw up and then collapsed.cherie jones/mother- "my brother, he came down and i ran to the fire station to see if i could get some help, and i understand my brother gave him
8:35 am
cpr." cherie says paramedics got jeremiah's heart beating again, before he was rushed to highland hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.cherie jones/mother- "when my brother received a call from the coroner, they said there was an abnormality in his heart. i guess an artery was on the left side versus the right side and it didn't have i guess a curve in it. it was coming down, which i guess he wasn't getting the air supply that he needed." cherie believes her son may have been born with this condition, and says she hopes others can learn from this story. she says her son's heart problem was never detected during routine sports physicals or doctor's appointments. she says parent's should ask for more thorough testing.cherie jones/mother- "i'm not blaming nobody. i'm not blaming nobody. i just, you know, when you go in for a sports physical, they use a stethescope and check your heart rate, they have you bend over, touch your toes and check your reflexes. that has nothing to do with seeing if your heart is strong -- if your lungs are strong." the alameda county cororner's bureau says it could take up to five more weeks before an official cause of death is determined. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news.
8:36 am
( marty ) the state of california is suing sutter health... the largest hospital system in northern california the california attorney general announced the lawsuit yesterday. the state's department of justice says sutter health engaged in anti-competitive behavior ...which resulted in higher prices for peoplein northern california. ( marty ) the attorney general says he's wants to restore competition in the california healthcare market. ( marty ) coming up on kron 4 news weekend... as families celebrate easter and passover...there is one comfort food spot you won't want to miss. vicki liviakis shows you after the break. live look outside... san mateo bridge. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
8:37 am
8:38 am
8:39 am
(clucking noises) everyone wants to be the cadbury bunny because only he brings delicious cadbury creme eggs. while others may keep trying, nobunny knows easter better than cadbury. ( marty )( marty ) spring
8:40 am
is the season for easter brunches, egg hunts and... passover meals. this morning on dine and dish, vicki livakis is serving up something sentimental.. with a taste of some grandma approved favorites. "to me this really takes me back to my grandma's house the smells, the sounds and the flavors." sounds like seltzer making bubbles for egg cream. smells of steaming hot matzo ball soup. and flavors from savory beef brisket. it's what you'll find at wise son's deli in the city's mission neighborhood. evan bloom and his brother tapped into their roots to create this old fashioned deli that brings in people of all ages.. there are pictures on the walls - paying homage to grand dad and his produce truck. and of course bubbe - who's recipes inspire wise son's menu of down home deli favorites like chopped liver, lox and bagels, and house-made pastromi. "it's jewish soul food, it's comforting and just makes you feel good."
8:41 am
that was kron's vicki livakis reporting. coming up on kron 4 news weekend .. we'll tell you about a new program in the bay area that will teach people how to help people in an emergency. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (dave)extensive high clouds today will bring filtered sunshine but continued mild and dry weather to last through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal temperatures then forecast monday through clouds thicken with returning thursday night returning rain chances with by thursday clouds thicken wednesday. through monday forecast then (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) (áábreakáá) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) emergency.people in an how to help teach people that will in the bay area new program you about a we'll tell weekend ..on kron 4 news coming up on kron 4 news weekend .. we'll tell you about a new program in the bay area that will teach people how to help people in an emergency. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
8:42 am
8:43 am
8:44 am
i don't want to lie down. i refuse to lie down. why suffer? stand up to chronic migraine with botox®. botox® is the only treatment for chronic migraine shown to actually prevent headaches and migraines before they even start. botox® is for adults with chronic migraine, 15 or more headache days a month each lasting 4 hours or more. it's injected by a doctor once every 12 weeks. and is covered by most insurance. effects of botox® may spread hours to weeks after injection, causing serious symptoms. alert your doctor right away, as difficulty swallowing, speaking, breathing, eye problems, or muscle weakness can be signs of a life -threatening condition. side effects may include allergic reactions, neck and injection site pain, fatigue, and headache. don't take botox® if there's a skin infection. tell your doctor your medical history, muscle or nerve conditions, and medications, including botulinum toxins, as these may increase the risk of serious side effects. with the botox® savings program, most people with commercial insurance pay nothing out-of-pocket. talk to your doctor and visit botox®cmsavings.com to enroll. (dave)extensive high clouds
8:45 am
today will bring filtered sunshine but continued mild and dry weather to last through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal temperatures then forecast monday through wednesday. clouds thicken by thursday with rain chances returning thursday night into friday. ( marty )
8:46 am
into friday.thursday night returning rain chances
8:47 am
returning thursday night returning rain chances returning into friday. ( marty )for your health this morning we're talking about áhow to stop the bleedá it's a new program here in the bay area... used to help those in need that takes on added importance following the massacre at stoneman douglas high school last month. the program started after the devestating sandy hook shooting in 20-12. here with me today is dr. andre campbell.from u-c-s-f. dr. campbell is here to demonstrate for us some life saving techniques. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá)
8:48 am
8:49 am
8:50 am
8:51 am
8:52 am
8:53 am
8:54 am
8:55 am
8:56 am
( marty ) beach-goers didn't need metal detectors to find this treasure. a ship believed to be from the 18th century washed up to shore at a florida beach. it has roman numerals marked on its side that are well preserved. an archeologist from the maritime musuem got word of the wreckage and brought a team of researchers to learn more. they believe it was most likely used as a merchant ship. no word on any treasure on board. ( marty ) now's your chance to binge-watch your favorite netflix shows ... and get paid for it. the company is looking to hire people to watch, categorize, and rate their shows and movies. the job is called 'editorial analyst' and is now
8:57 am
up on their website. the position calls for people who are passionate about t-v and film and are deadline oriented. ( dave )lots of sun for your sunday before the rain machine grinds up tomorrow. tracking your forecast next !
8:58 am
(clucking noises) everyone wants to be the cadbury bunny because only he brings delicious cadbury creme eggs. while others may keep trying, nobunny knows easter better than cadbury. ( marty )( marty ) here is
8:59 am
a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather.
9:00 am
(dave)extensive high clouds today will bring filtered sunshine but continued mild and dry weather to last through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal temperatures then forecast monday through wednesday. clouds thicken by thursday with rain chances returning thursday night into friday.
9:01 am
( marty ) a big story we're following this morning ... a terrifying ordeal for three women in the south bay. they were shot at after leaving a fast food drive thru. one of the passengers was hit in the arm and is recovering this morning. san jose police continue to search for the gunman.kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke to the victims. a ride home goes terribly wrong. dani jimenez/victim i was just like so scared. i can't even tell you what i was thinking at the time. i just wanted to get out of there. this bullet hole is a reminder that dani jimenez, her sister and friend were almost killed.. after being shot while driving on monterey road in san jose.the three say.. early wednesday morning around two.. they grabbed food at this jack in the box drivethrough and headed home. they then noticed a truck that was also in the drive thru .. traveling next to them. they say they didn't think much of
9:02 am
it.. until the suspect got behind their car and started aggressively tailgating them dani jimenez/victimhe just started trying to be super close to me and then that is when he shot two more times that's when it kind of clicked in my head and i started yelling at dispatch and was like he's shooting at us, he's shooting at us and then the lady says how do you know it's a gun ma'm and my sister said i can smell the smoke jimenez says.. at least three shots were fired in the nearly 11 minute ordeal.. she says.. the longest 11 minutes of her life. fortunately.. she was able to lose the suspect and get to a gas station.. that's when she realized her friend in the backseat.. had been shot and was unconscious. dani jimenez/victimmy just heart broke because she's one of my best friends and i didn't know it got her arm. i just saw blood on her right side of her. i didn't know it was her side or anything. i just i couldn't even talk (hermela aregawi)absolutely frightening.. and the women say. they have no idea why they were attacked.. that
9:03 am
there was no confrontation of any sort before hand. the victims say... police have surveillance footage from the jack in the box.. that shows the suspect and his truck... but police are not releasing that at this time. reporting in san jose hermela aregawi kron 4 news. ( marty ) controversy in the east bay. immigration advocates say federal agents will now have an easier time targeting undocumented iimmigrants who are getting out of the contra costa county jail.kron 4's ella sogomonian reports the sheriff's office is now posting inmate release dates online. a california law went into effect this january aimed at protecting illegal immigrants. senate bill 54 directs local authorities not to communicate with immigration and customs and enforcement agents about undocumented immigrants who've been arrested. but a loophole in that law allows that if the information is made public. so
9:04 am
the contra costa county sheriff's office has joined other counties in the state to post inmate release dates online.immigration advocates believe this is a way for local authorities to cooperate with federal agents by giving them information indirectly that will help them make arrests outside jails.tony bravo with the california immigration policy center says this undermines the sanctuary states values.sot: tony bravo, california immigration policy center// "it undermines the values becausewe..."the assistant sheriff for custody services matt schuler didn't say if the move was aimed at cooperating
9:05 am
with ice but instead said, "this information is public and can be helpful to other governmental organizations, crime victims, inmates' family members and others. additionally, organizations who provide services to persons released from custody have specifically asked for this information so they can start reentry transition assistance right away. releasing this public information is an important part of the county's reentry strategic plan." ( marty ) the officers involved in a deadly shooting in san francisco have been named. they are officers kevin endo and tess casey. this is body camera from the incident wednesday. it happened at a san francisco barber shop. a police officer... a teenager and two barbers were hit by bullets... before police shot the gunman. at a town hall meeting thursday night-- police say leading up to the shooting... family members of jehad eid called 9-1-1. they said eid threatened them with a gun. at one point eid shot at
9:06 am
officers. and police fired back, hitting him 18 times. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... a high school football player died suddenly. we'll hear from his grieving mother, about what may have caused it. ( marty )plus... the mystery on what happened to a family who drove off a cliff along the mendocino coast. we'll learn the latest in that investigation. ( marty )and...your morning cup of coffee... may be bad for your health. the new warning you might see the next time you go to your favorite coffee shop (ácommercialá) for your health this morning
9:07 am
9:08 am
9:09 am
... the next time you grab a cup of coffee at a coffee shop, don't be surprised if you see a sign warning that coffee could cause cancer. a court ruling this week could require coffee makers to warn the public that coffee may contain a chemical know to cause health problems. the chemical is ... acrylamide. it's produced in small amounts in coffee during the roasting process.the judge concluded that coffee companies failed
9:10 am
to show that acrylamide is safe, and so a warning label is needed. ( marty ) the judge could change his mind on the ruling ... if new information were to surface. the national coffee association says they are dissapointed with the ruling ... and are exploring legal options. ( marty ) many have been there. too much to drink and now you have a hangover. now... there are services that can help you treat that hangover. one is "the i-v doc"... and it's available in san francisco. for a couple hundred dollars... you can get an i-v therapy and vitamins. but this industry is largely áunregulated. and research shows there are medical risks associated with any i-v therapy... including air embolisms. every patient goes through a screening process before a nurse shows up at the door.
9:11 am
myself with call the patient and will ensure to see if the patient is an appropriate candidate for us.>( marty ) some doctors caution that the benefit of this service may be purely psychological. ( dave ) live look outside... bay bridge toll plaza. ( marty ) here's a live
9:12 am
9:13 am
9:14 am
look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)extensive high clouds today will bring filtered
9:15 am
sunshine but continued mild and dry weather to last through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal temperatures then forecast monday through wednesday. clouds thicken by thursday with rain chances returning thursday night into friday.
9:16 am
9:17 am
( marty ) authorities still have more questions than answers regarding the death of a family whose car went off a cliff and into the pacific ocean. it happened in mendocino county earlier this week. john lorince explains that three of the children remain missing. authorities in california and washington state are investigating the mysterious deaths of at least five members of the hart family. voice of olegario marin/chp spokesman"all we know is that the vehicle ended up at the bottom of 100 foot cliff and that's what we are looking for now to see if we can figure out what happened."the california highway patrol is using a specialized team in an attempt to find answers.voice of olegario marin/chp spokesman "they have a lot of equipment and different things that they can check as far as for the vehicle, the areas around there to look for anything that could be a clue to tell us what happened with the vehicle."the family was seen last week at their home....shortly after child protective services paid a welfare visit.dana dekalb/neighbor"they portray this happy little family..well they obviously had separate lives."neighbors dana and
9:18 am
bruce dekalb say they called the authorities because one of the children had been asking them for food-- saying he was being starved.dana dekalb/neighbor"what happened there versus what happened when they went out into the public was a whole different face."five bodies, including sarah hart and her wife, jennifer, were found monday. but three children remain missing.one of them is 15-year-old devonte hart.he made headlines nationally when a picture of him hugging a police officer during a protest in portland went viral. i'm john lorinc reporting. ( marty ) a big story we are following this morning. more demonstrations are planned today in sacramento. and new inconsistincies have been uncovered in the stephon clark shooting. a pathologist hired by clark's family says his independent autopsy tells a very different story from the official police
9:19 am
version.. omar jimenez reports. an independent autopsy released friday afternoon reveals stephon clark was shot eight times by police - including six wounds in his back according to clark's family attorneys---who hired the forensic pathologist-- the report contradicts sacramento police officer's version of events. dr. bennet omalu/ forensic pathologist: the proposition that has been presented that he was assailing the officers, meaning he was facing the officers, is inconsistent with the prevailing forensic evidencethe shooting sparked days of protests from residents demanding answers for why the 22 year old unarmed black man was shot while on his grandmother's property. the officers say they believed clark was pointing a gun at them. but investigators only found a cell phone near his body. friday's autopsy also revealed clark did not immediately die
9:20 am
after he was shot.dr. bennet omalu/ forensic pathologist: death took about three to ten minutes. it was not an instantaneous death. the release comes one day after clark's funeral where friends and family continued their emotional call for justice stevante clark/ stephon's brother: stephon is going to live for generations to generations. the never die.the county autopsy determined the cause of death as multiple gunshot woundsbut the full report will not be released until the case is closedi'm omar jimenez reporting ( marty ) the sacramento kings and the boston celtics have shown their support for the clark family... the warriors have too.
9:21 am
that the kings and celtics wore at a recent pre-game warm-up. they carry the message "accountability. we are one" on the front. 'hashtag stephon clark' -- on the back. the warriors play the kings today in sacramento. ( marty )for the giants, panik does it again. while the a's were looking to take two in a row from the angels. gary radnich has the highlights from last night's games. next in live look outside... richmond bridge
9:22 am
9:23 am
9:24 am
went down everyone thought the giants would be in trouble to start the
9:25 am
season. we are two games in, but so far so good johnny cueto making his first start this season against the dodgers in los angeles. cueto... similar to ty blach last night got the job done bottom sixth... fans logan forythe next batter... no problem... bottom left corner to alex wood a perfect- game bid through the sixth bottom seventh -- chris taylor with a single breaks up cueto perfect-game bid cueto... allows only one hit and strikes out 4 in seven innings of work joe panik on the right side of history top ninth -- panik hits a solo shot off kenley jensen giants up 1-nothing bottom ninth -- hunter strickland for the second game in a row gets the save makes joc pederson pop out giants win 1-nothing panic is the first player in history to hit back to back homers in 1-nothing victories over at
9:26 am
the coliseum before the game the a's invite rickie henderson,, jose canseco and other greats to the field to celebrate the team's 50th season in oakland. top first -- mike trout after going 0-6 on opening day hits a home run off sean manaea the somoan radny johnson... allows 4 hits, 7 strike outs in 7 innings and 2/1 a's try rallying in the ninth jonathan lucroy hits a rbi single not enough... angels win 2-1 march has been a tough month for the warriors. golden state's injuries golden warriors.month for the been a tough march has angels win 2-1enough... angels win 2-1 march has been a tough
9:27 am
month for the warriors. golden state's injuries are a big reason why they have lost four of the last five. and if things couldn't get any worse for the team.... they now have to deal with kevin durant keeping his cool on the court. in his first game since a six-game absence to recover from a rib injury... durant picked up his fifth ejection of the season in thursday night's loss to the milwaukee bucks. kd started cursing at an official for not calling a foul. he was given two technicals in the final seconds before halftime. he now has 14 techincals... two away from an automatic one-game suspension the only player with more ejections in the last 25 years is rasheed wallace with seven. durant doesn't believe he's playing out of character. ( marty ) and make sure you tune into the kron four hoop session tonight. steph curry is out for at least two more weeks and we talked exclusively with the player filling in for him - quinn cook. mark carpenter has the story you will only see here on the kron four hoop session, tonight at 11. live look outside... golden gate bridge..
9:28 am
9:29 am
9:30 am
here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr forecast... (dave)extensive high clouds today will bring filtered sunshine but continued mild and dry weather to last through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal
9:31 am
temperatures then forecast monday through wednesday. clouds thicken by thursday ( marty ) ánotá guilty. that's the verdict from a florida jury who decided the wife of an admitted terrorist - who killed 49 people at an orlando nightclub - did not help her husband. noor salman is free after spending more than a year in jail... natasha chen explains how her defense teamclaims they 'knew' she'd be found not guilty. susan adieh, cousin of noor salman: we knew from day one she was innocentafter a two- week trial, noor salman was
9:32 am
found ánot guiltyá of providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization and obstruction of justice.jurors found she did not mislead law enforcement - nor did she help her husband kill 49 people and injure more than 50 others - when he opened fire at the orlando pulse nightclub in june of 2016.susan adieh, cousin of noor salman: i feel so bad for them. and i lost a child, i know how that feels. so no matter what happens between noor being guilty and not guilty, it's not going to bring them back. but at the same time, we cannot commit another innocent person as well, part of all this.her family says they've always considered salman to be the first victim of her husband - omar mateen.al salman, uncle of noor salman: i don't know how we're going to make up for the last two years.almost two years of investigators and the public reviewing video of her in the weeks before the shooting - shopping with her husband and child in the orlando area.but her attorneys say evidence showed she didn't know what mateen was about to do - didn't drop him off at the club, did not scout locations with him, and did not browse extremist websites. charles swift, attorney for noor salman: the more we learned, the better noor salman looked.the orange county sheriff said in a statement that - "many may feel that justice has not prevailed; however, the system of justice has spoken and we should look to the continued healing for the families and
9:33 am
our entire community so that this event will not define us." i'm natasha chen reporting. ( marty ) an east bay mother is opening up about the sudden death of her 16-year-old son. jeremiah joyner died a week ago. he was a varsity football player at oakland technical high school. only on four this morning, .kron four's philippe djegal talks to his mother -- who says a pre-exisiting condition might have led to jeremiah's death.. (philippe)cherie jones/mother- "it's, uh, like a rollercoaster. really, just a lot of ups and downs." cherie jones says though a week has passed since her son passed away... the shock and sadness is still fresh... and, she doesn't expect that to change for quite some time.cherie jones/mother- "he complained of chest pain once
9:34 am
but he was being active." her 16-year-old son jeremiah joyner was an outside linebacker on the varisty football team at oakland technical high school. but the football season has been over for a few months now. cherie says when she got home thursday night... she woke her son up from a nap. he complained of head, stomach and chest pains... and moments later, he threw up and then collapsed.cherie jones/mother- "my brother, he came down and i ran to the fire station to see if i could get some help, and i understand my brother gave him cpr." cherie says paramedics got jeremiah's heart beating again, before he was rushed to highland hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.cherie jones/mother- "when my brother received a call from the coroner, they said there was an abnormality in his heart. i guess an artery was on the left side versus the right side and it didn't have i guess a curve in it. it was coming down, which i guess he wasn't getting the air supply that he needed." cherie believes her son may have been born with this condition, and says she hopes others can learn from this story. she
9:35 am
says her son's heart problem was never detected during routine sports physicals or doctor's appointments. she says parent's should ask for more thorough testing.cherie jones/mother- "i'm not blaming nobody. i'm not blaming nobody. i just, you know, when you go in for a sports physical, they use a stethescope and check your heart rate, they have you bend over, touch your toes and check your reflexes. that has nothing to do with seeing if your heart is strong -- if your lungs are strong." the alameda county cororner's could take up to five more weeks before an official cause of death is determined. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) the state of california is suing sutter health... the largest hospital system in northern california the california attorney general announced the lawsuit yesterday. the state's department of justice says sutter health engaged in anti-
9:36 am
competitive behavior ...which resulted in higher prices for peoplein northern california. ( marty ) the attorney general says he's wants to restore competition in the california healthcare market. ( marty ) coming up on kron 4 news weekend... as families celebrate easter and passover...there is one comfort food spot you won't want to miss. vicki liviakis shows you after the break.
9:37 am
9:38 am
9:39 am
spring is the season for easter brunches, egg hunts and... passover meals. this morning on dine and dish, vicki livakis is serving up something sentimental.. with a taste of some grandma approved favorites. "to me this really takes me back to my grandma's house the smells, the sounds and the flavors." sounds like
9:40 am
seltzer making bubbles for egg cream. smells of steaming hot matzo ball soup. and flavors from savory beef brisket. it's what you'll find at wise son's deli in the city's mission neighborhood. evan bloom and his brother tapped into their roots to create this old fashioned deli that brings in people of all ages.. there are pictures on the walls - paying homage to grand dad and his produce truck. and of course bubbe - who's recipes inspire wise son's menu of down home deli favorites like chopped liver, lox and bagels, and house-made pastromi. "it's jewish soul food, it's comforting and just makes you feel good."
9:41 am
coming up on kron 4 news weekend... sitting too long is bad for your health... but there are a few ways... you could work around it. our health guru... karen owoc... tells us what they are.. next after the break.
9:42 am
9:43 am
9:44 am
(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (dave)extensive high clouds today will bring filtered sunshine but continued mild and dry weather to last through the weekend. dry conditions with near normal temperatures then forecast monday through wednesday. clouds thicken by thursday with rain chances returning thursday night into friday.
9:45 am
( marty ) ( marty ) for your health this
9:46 am
morning ... it's well known that too little exercise and endless sitting are
9:47 am
hazardous to your health as well as your waistline. so if you work at a "desk job", is a standing desk the answer? (ááá2 shotááá) our health expert, karen owoc, is here to weigh in on that. it may be inappropriate it may be it may be inappropriate for the following people to stand the following people to stand at their desks if they have: heart or lung disease (puts an additional load on the additional load on the circulatory system) knee arthritis, varicose veins knee arthritis, varicose veins swelling (legs/feet) requires less energy (about
9:48 am
20% less) than standing and helps keep the standing and 20% less) than energy (about 20% less) than energy (about requires less (legs/feet) (about 20% less) than standing and helps keep the body stable, so certain tasks are better performed are better performed while sitting down, such as those requiring:1. fine motor skills (e.g., driving, computer work, creating detailed drawings,
9:49 am
video editing, fine micro- surgery)2. high levels of surgery)2. high levels of concentration and focus treadmill desks, bicycle, and elliptical workstations have been tested also and have shown to slow down typing and mousing and increase mistakes. mousing and increase mistakes. how to stand physical activity, so you have to ease into using a standing desk into using a standing desk (just like a new desk (just like a new exercise). leg, or foot pain, start standing at your desk in moderation - for 30 to 60 minutes and gradually increase minutes and gradually increase the duration. and legs moving. don't stand
9:50 am
statically. sitting requires less energy (about 20% less) than standing and helps keep the body stable, so certain tasks are better performed while sitting down, such as those requiring: 1. fine motor skills (e.g., driving, computer work, creating detailed drawings, video editing, fine micro- surgery)2. high levels of surgery)2. high levels of concentration and focus treadmill desks, bicycle, and elliptical workstations have been tested also and have shown to slow down typing and mousing and increase mistake how to sit - follow the 20-8-2 work pattern8-2 work follow the 20-how to sit - how to sit - follow the 20-8-2 work pattern according to a study published in the european heart journal,
9:51 am
your health is affected by how long you sit at your desk as well as how many breaks you well as how many breaks you take. time (with best posture) stand for 8 minutes (with best stand for 8 minutes (with best posture) (movement is critical for blood circulation throughout blood circulation throughout the muscles) 20-8-2 work pattern, a 7.5 20-8-2 work pattern, a 7.5 hour workday would equate to: 5 hours of sitting standing standing, sitting, and moving may disrupt your concentration, reduce your focus, and reduce your efficiency or creativity creativity (
9:52 am
9:53 am
9:54 am
marty ) steven spielberg's latest production is hitting movie theaters this weekend. it's an adaptation of the best selling novel, "ready player one". rick damigella has a preview of how it may do at the box office, along with this week's other new releases. (nat whoosh)"a whole virtual universe."(nat music "let me take you on a trip.")steven spielberg takes you on a trip inside the oasis in "ready player one." billed as "an adventure too big for the real world," "ready player one" follows a group of young people in a dystopian future, attemping to find an easter egg which will give them control over the virtual world known as the oasis. the
9:55 am
hollywood reporter's box office experts say "ready player one" will bow to between 45 and 50 million dollars over the easter holiday weekend, while variety says it could go a bit lower....in the 38 to 42 million dollar range. those numbers would easily place "ready player one" at the top of the weekend box office."you know me. you know i can be the devil."taraji p. henson stars in "tyler perry's acrimony," about a woman out for revenge after her husband's serial cheating sends her over the edge. perry's first foray into the psychological thriller genre could scare up ten million in its debut, according to the reporter and deadline, with box office mojo's prognosticators predicting it could go as high as 15-point-five million."the church has brought nothing but controversy to the school for years.""what's a church doing on a state campus in the first place?""god's not dead: a light in darkness" is the third entry in the faith film
9:56 am
franchise. the hollywood reporter and variety peg the movie to have an opening weekend of five million dollars. in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ... and tonight for kron 4 news at eight.
9:57 am
- [narrator] this edition of bay area bargains
9:58 am
9:59 am
10:00 am
is sponsored by russell's fine furniture. (upbeat music) - oh good grief. yes, time is short, ladies and gentlemen. welcome to bay area bargains. we are at russell's fine furniture in santa clara as we have been for many years now. today is special. because today, can i get a little sad music there? today we are bidding a fond farewell to richard russell, the founder of russell's fine furniture here. try to look sad, thank you. the founder of russell's fine furniture in santa clara. josh, his grandson, is gonna be taking over. try to look sad, thank you. and so richard is retiring. and richard has memories, unbelievable. - i kept a few of them in the back room

56 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on