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tv   KRON 4 Early News  KRON  April 2, 2018 4:00am-7:00am PDT

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(robin) good morning and thanks for joining us for the kron 4 morning news. its monday april 2nd 20-18.im robin winston. (anny hong): dry conditions along with mild temperatures are expected through wednesday. rain chances will develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast area by friday and saturday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin ) happening today... a san
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jose man detained by ice agents last october will be released. fernando carillo was taken into custody after dropping his daughter off at day care. on friday an immigration judge ordred his release. back in 2012 carillo was convicted of d-u-i and back in 2004 he spent 30 days in jail for trying to enter the country with a fake i-d. his family had been considering a move to canada because they felt they would be unsafe in mexico. the federal government has 30 days to appeal the judge's decision.
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( robin ) another big story we are following this morning... the crash that killed a washington state family when their car plunged off a cliff in mendocino county... may have been intentional. parents sarah and jennifer hart were found dead along with three of their six adopted children after the crash. the s-u-v was found on monday at the scenic lookout off of the pacific coast highway. at first the c-h-p reported that they didn't have reason to believe this was intentional. but after reviewing the evidence they say the s-u-v's software shows the car was stopped before it accelerated straight off the cliff. three of the children are still missing this morning... but investigators believe they may have been swept off shore by waves. ( robin ) in the east bay... a man is ambushed and robbed by a group of teens at the lake merritt bart station. kron 4's hermela aregawi has the details. a late night ride goes wrong... when a man is ambushed bart police say.. the victim reported being robbed around 11 oclock saturday night..the
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man says he was on a warm-springs bound train at the lake merrit station when a group of six teens attacked him and ran off with two of his phones.we spoke with some riders who say.. hearing about the incident is eye opening.. sean sanchez/bart riderjust another reason to try to be as aware as i can and for someone like me a queer person of color, i always travel with a companion especially if i'm coming outside of san francsico to oakland as much as i can just to sort of lessen the likelihood of this happening. cell phone robberies have been happening fairly regularly on bart.. one of the most high profile incidents taking place last april. when a mob of about 40-60 teens robbed several passengers...some riders say. they take extra precautions but they still feel safe carol squicci/bart rideryou know it's urban living. you have to be aware of your enviornment and be cautious of course but be smart. i keep my purse under my arm, you don't carry a lot of valuables. you don't flash your jewels. ( robin ) that was hermela aregawi
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reporting. this morning bart police are also warning riders after another assault and theft at two other bart stations. first a man had his bicycle stolen from the chain-locked bike racks at the west oakland station. and in another incident... a man was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon at the macaurthur station in oakland. police say the man hit the victim in the head with a metal pipe. the victim is expected to be okay. ( robin ) new this morning... police in oakland stop a sideshow before it starts. two cars were towed for trying to start the sideshow on interstate 880. thesre are pictures of the cars being loaded onto tow trucks. the drivers will not be able to get their cars back for 30 days. it is not clear if the drivers were arrested. ( robin ) a man is recovering this morning after
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tree fell on him as he was walking through a san francisco park. it happened yesterday afternoon in a secluded area of john mclaren park. the victim called police with his cell phone and was able to guide them to his location using landmarks. he was taken to a hospital with non life threatening injuries. fire fighters say the tree was about 18 inches wide. park officials do not know what caused the tree to fall ( robin ) firefighters put out a fire at a cintas warehouse in san leandro. it happened yesterday afternoon on 139th avenue near san leandro hospital. the fire was isolated to a storage area in the back of the building. firefighters were able to prevent the fire from spreading to the main building. no injuries were reported. ( robin ) starting today and happening all week... there will be several lane closures on several oakland- alameda bridges. the closures will all happen during non-peak commute hours. the closures will be
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happening on the miller- sweeney bridge today and tomorrow between 10 a-m and 2 p-m. and from wednesday to friday all lanes will be closed on the high street bridge from 10 a-m to 2 p-m. the bridges are undergoing safety inspections. there will also be closures on the park street bridge starting next week. ( robin ) it was another weekend of protests in sacramento. it has now been more than two weeks since the deadly shooting of an unarmed black man by sacramento police officers. one protester ended up in the hospital with minor injuries after being hit by a police car. the sacramento sheriff's department said the cruiser was moving slowly... the car was vandalized after the collision. the protesters are demanding change after stephon clark was shot and killed by police officers. he was near his grandmother's house at the time. police thought he had a gun... it turns out it was just a cell phone. ( robin ) happening today p-g-and-e will begin building
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new underground electric and gas utilities in the coffey park neighborhood in santa rosa. that was one of the areas hardest hit by last year's north bay firestorm. the work will begin around 7:00 this morning. ( robin ) new this morning... police arrest a group of teenagers after a string of armed robberies in suisun city. the first robbery happened on the 14-hundred block of humphery drive. the victim says that a thief pointed a gun at her and demanded money. he then shot at her and missed before taking off. while police were investigating that robbery... there was another robbery on shannon drive. two people ordered the victims ourt of their car at gunpoint and stole their purse and i- phone. there was also a report of a similar robbery on mayfield circle. when officers arrived at that scene they found the four teens and... after a brief chase... took themn into custody. ( robin ) new this morning... the chinese government says that tariffs on about 3 billion dollars
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worth of u-s imports will go into effect today... the tariffs will impact about 128 different products. they are in response to president trump's tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum. china plans to impose tariffs of 15 percent on items such as fruits... nuts... wine and steel pipes. and tariffs of 25 percent on items like pork and recycled aluminum. ( robin ) president donald trump says there will be no deal on daca. the president made the announcement on twitter yesterday. as boris sanchez has the details. "no confirmation yet from the white house on why the president chose easter sunday to send this message about immigration, but we can kind of surmise what was going on around the time that he sent these tweets and made this statement shortly before the president tweeted there was a report on a cable news outlet about this caravan of immigrants that's moving through central america and
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into mexico. some of them with the intent of asking the united states for asylum to thereby enter the country. the president obviously angered by this report and so he fired off these tweets, demanding that mexico do more to stop the flow of immigrants, and also in his words, to stop the flow of drugs from entering the united states. the president threatening to end the north american free trade agreement if mexico doesn't act. the president was met by cameras shortly before entering a church for easter service on sunday morning in west palm beach. here's more of what he said. listen." president donald trump:"mexico has got to help us at the border. if they're not going to help us at the border, it's a very sad thing between two countries. mexico has got to help us at the border, and a lot of people are coming in because they want to take advantage of daca, and we're going to have to really see. they had a great chance. the democrats blew it. they had a great, great chance, but we'll
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have to take look. mexico has got to help us at the border. they flow right through mexico. they send them into the united states. can't happen that way anymore. thank you."boris sanchez/cnn u.s. correspondent:"one notable piece of what the president said there that more immigrants are rushing to try to get in on the action on daca. that doesn't exactly coincide with what the daca program actually entails. individual eligibility aside, president trump ended this program back in september, essentially making it impossible for any new arrivals to the united states to apply for daca. of course, courts have ultimately ruled that the dreamers within the united states are staying here with daca eligibility, would be able to remain -- that is they would be able to renew their legal status through the courts as this process plays out. but for the president to say that a daca deal is dead is a bit surprising considering that weeks ago, several iterations of a deal for these dreamers fell apart in congress. so, it appears that the president is taking a bargaining chip off the table that was already gone ( robin ) that was boris sanchez
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reporting for us this morning. (robin) coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire forces a top fire offical to leave his job. (robin) and... millions of people have their personal inofrmation stolen in a massive data breach. (robin) and after the break... a bay area man is shot and then arrested. but he wasn't the only one taken into custody. (robin) and here's a live look outside...at the san mateo bridge.
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(robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. (anny hong): dry conditions
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along with mild temperatures are expected through wednesday. rain chances will develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast area by friday and saturday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin ) a woman is dead after a
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hit-and-run collision on northbound highway 101. it happened yesterday morning just north of highway 580 in central marin. c-h-p found the woman's body in the slow lane of highway 101... the officers closed the two right lanes of highway 101 during the investigation. ( robin ) in the east bay... oakland's fire marshall has resigned... after being harshly criticized following the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire... that killed 36 people. miguel trujilo's resignation was announced friday... fire chief darin white will now handle trujilo's duties while officials search for a replacement. the ghost ship warehouse burned on
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december 20-16... during an electronic music concert. the warehouse had no fire inspections prior to the deadly fire... even though a fire official filed a report noting dangers two years earlier. trujilo will now become gilroy's fire marshall. ( robin ) on the peninsula... a man is shot... treated at a hospital and then placed under arrest after a shooting in daly city. three others were also taken into custody. kron four's philippe djegal has the details. (philippe) daly city police lockdown the crime scene... while san mateo county sheriff forensic investigators document and collect evidence... their focus -- this green home on the 500-block of gellert boulevard... where a man was shot in the leg overnight. neighbor/annonymous- "i heard some very fast firing sound. i thought it was firecracker in the beginning, but then you know this morning -- i found out it was actually gunshots." this neighbor says he works late and was in the shower when he heard the shots fired at around 12-30 in the morning. police say investigators found shellcasings outside this home... and, that the people inside it were uncooperative. a sergeant
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says a man was treated at san mateo general hospital for a gunshot wound. he was placed under arrest after he was released.neighbor/anno nymous- "give our, you know, our mobile society, right, i mean, you can have thugs that live in other bad areas that just come over here, right. so, you can't really control that. hopefully, that's just a random event." eventually, police used a search warrant to get inside the home... three more adults were taken into custody after drugs and weapons were found. one of those suspects also faces additional child endangerment charges.neighbor/annonymous- "i thought it was like, because you know its, uh, good friday, right? people just lighting off firecrackers just for fun or something." instead, it was something much more serious. but fortunately, no one was seriously hurt. in daly city, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( robin ) happening today... bill cosby's sexual assault re-trial gets started. the 80-year-old former tv star is going on trial in philadelphia.
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he is accused of drugging and molesting a former temple university athletics administrator at his home in 2004. cosby's first trial ended last year with a hung jury. dozens of women have accused cosby of rape. he has denied all of the accusations. ( robin ) five million credit and debit cards used at saks fifth avenue... saks off fith and lord and taylor were stolen in a massive data breach. a cyber-security security firm says the breach likely affected more than 130 saks and lord and taylor locations in the u-s. hudson's bay company... which owns the retail stores... said there's "no indication" online purchases were affected and that it's cooperating with law enforcement in the ongoing investigation. the cyber- security firm also said the hackers from this incident were behind previous data breaches that affected whole foods... chipotle... omni hotels and resorts and trump hotels. ( robin ) happening today... the so called "affluenza teen" is set to be
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released from prison. ethan couch served two-years in prison for violating his probation. some say he has yet to see justice from his 2013 crimes. john lawrence has the details. ethan couch will no longer be behind prison bars....but he won't exactly be free.voice of kate delaney/investigative reporter "he's got to have that gps monitoring, he's got to have that anklet around him. he has a curfew so he can not out anytime between 9 p.m. to 6 a.m."five years ago, couch, who was 16 at the time, killed four people while driving under the influence of alcohol.others were seriously injured as well.nat sound of 911 call"listen to me. is it just one vehicle?" "no, there were four of five. there's another child in the ditch. they're gone!"couch's attorneys said their client's wealthy upbringing made it impossible for him to understand the consequences of his actions.that's what led some to call couch the "affluenza teen."couch was sentenced to a decade on probation, but two years later he fled to mexico -- a violation of the terms of his probation. he has been in jail the last two years. critics say the justice system has been too lenient with him. colleen sheehey- church/national president, madd "we'll continue to watch him, because we have a partnership with tarrant county to make sure that he at least adheres to all his rules of probation." and should couch do something wrong again.....he's not expected to get any sympathy.voice of mark tate/trial attorney"if he gets in trouble again and violates
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the terms of his parole, he's going back to prison for the remainder of his sentence." couch turns 21-years-old later this month.i'm john lorinc reporting. (robin) still ahead on the kron four morning news... a man found bloodied and attacked on an east bay street. now police need your help finding the attackers. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the golden gate bridge. the hollywood minute is coming up after the break.
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welcome back to the kron four morning news.
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i'm tracking your entertainment headlines today... the director of the upcoming "shazam" movie has a bit of fun with fans over the weekend. rick damigella has the funny details in our hollywood minute. "can forgive us for what we've done to this world?""who can know the mind of god?"here's a first look at ethan hawke who stars in the upcoming faith- based film, "first reformed." the movie follows a former military chaplain having a crisis of faith after learning secrets about his church. "first reformed" arrives in theaters may 18th.(nat music) "we don't have to stay in darkness. we've survived all of this."amandla stenberg, best known as "rue" from "the hunger games," stars in her own movie based on a young adult sci-fi novel in "the darkest minds." adapted from alexandra bracken's book about teenagers who have developed special powers being sent to internment camps. "the darkest minds" hits movie screens august third.(nat music)
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director david f. sandberg had a bit of fun with his fans for april fool's day. the director of horror hits "lights out" and "annabelle: creation" is currently in production on the "shazam" movie. sandberg tweeted a video of a parody trailer for "shazam" over the weekend, featuring footage from the 19-70's t-v show set to music by ac-dc. fans will just have to wait for a real first look at the upcoming movie, which is more than a year away from release. in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll be back with more of your kron 4 morning news after the break.
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welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. (anny hong): dry conditions along with mild temperatures are expected through
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wednesday. rain chances will develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast area by friday and saturday. no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin ) in the east bay... a
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berkeley man is recovering this morning after he says he was attacked by a group of men. university police found him covered in blood. kron 4's hermela aregawi has the details. . it was here on the 2600 block of channing way.. that ucpd found a young man alone, bloody and in need of help. sargeant tommy syto/ucpdthe officers observed that he had blood on his head, around his face and all over his shirt. he just appeared to be oriented.the victim told police.. around 8 oclock friday night.. he left the graduate bar in the durant hotel..to smoke by himself.he says.. that's when, a group of 3 to 5 men approached him, uttered something he didn't really understand then started to punch him, then when he was on the ground.. they repeatedly kicked him.sargeant tommy syto/ucpdour officers conducted an area check to see if they could find anyone that was associated, any witnesses and unfortunately it came up
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negative.the 25 year old victim suffered a deep 1 inch cut on his temple but is expected to be okay. we spoke with young men who are familiar with area about the incident.david pittman/berkeley i am very surprised about the incident that happened because i don't see anyting that could provoke anybody to do that because everybody is very outgoing, loving and caring in berkeley.konstantine piterman/berkeleyi went to school here for four years.. and there's definitely times you have to be aware of your surroundings. you need to not wear headphones at night and not be texting while you're walking alone at night.. and certain precautions have to be taken.and that is what campus police are urging people to do. sargeant tommy syto/ucpdyou have to be safe and take into consideration not being by yourself, take advantage of having your friends there, having people around so you are not confronted with this situation by yourself.(hermela aregawi)police say we don't know if the suspects were also in the bar before the attack.. they tell me the victim does not attend uc berkeley.. but they did send an alert to
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students informing them about the attack. they say they believe this is an isolated incident.. and are asking anyone who has any information to contact ucpd. reporting in berkeley hermlea aregawi kron 4 news. ( robin ) some troubling news this morning regarding that fatal tesla crash that happened in mountain view. tesla says the model x that crashed was in autopilot before the collision. that accident happened on highway 101. the driver died in the accident. according to tesla...the driver's hands were not on the wheel for at least 6 seconds before the crash. the company went on to say that the driver also
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received several visual and one audible cue to grab the wheel earlier in the drive. ( robin ) in the east bay-- police arrested a man who got into an argument with customers and fired shots at a car in the drive-thru of a mcdonald's in fremont. this all happened on decoto road and fremont boulevard. the three victims told officers they had an argument with the man in the car behind them. according to police... the man returned five minutes later fired several shots at them in the parking lot. nobody was injured. ( robin ) on the peninsula-- another warning about a mountain lion. the big cat was spotted between club drive and beverly drive. a security camera caught the animal roaming around a home in san carlos. san mateo county officials say the mountain lion was not aggressive and did not appear injured. ( robin ) the san francisco easter street parade and festival has been a tradition for the past 27 years. and once again... this year... union street was filled with families enjoying
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the great weather and the treats for kids. kron 4's ali reid was there. ntas - happy easter everybody !!!and with that, the spring celebration was in full swing on union street.the weather is great and this is our 3rd year in a rowwe've been out here many many years and this is probably the nicest weather we've ever hadthere was face painting for children, and lots of vendors to choose from. the necklace means good luck and what's better than kicking off the new season, than an easter parade.the parade was goodcatching this off guard is something very refreshingi've been going since i was probably 6,5 years old and i'm 29 nowwhether children were into a challenge, bounce house, or rides ... there was something for everyone.i thought it was going to be really awesome to go on itwe went on a lot of rides and we went on the thing that went around circly circlythe easter day festival brought crowds from near and far.i told my husband about it and i told everyone about it that we should go this is the first time we go out for easterit was really good (couple with tie dye)reporting in san francisco ... ali reid ... kron 4 news.
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(robin) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
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( robin ) california is seeing a rise in the number of people who are ignoring signs and walking on railroad tracks.
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stanley roberts takes a look in this edition of people behaving badly. this is the redwood city caltrain station you can the train horn sounding (train 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
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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 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
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not a opening according the california operation lifesaver "many railroad crossings have warning devices that indicate a train is coming crossing the tracks when (robin) live look outside... at the san francisco international airport.
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(robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. (anny hong): dry conditions along with mild temperatures are expected through wednesday. rain chances will develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast area by friday and saturday.
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no major hot no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin ) ( robin ) in the east
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bay... police in concrod are warning people about the start of snake season. a concord police officer saw this snake at boatwright fields on satuday morning. the officer was not hurt but police want to ues the encounter to remind people that snake season has officially begun. ( robin ) after the school shooting in parkland, florida more parents are downloading apps to keep watch on their children... they have names like mama-bear and life-360. they allow parents to track and monitor their kid's phones... jana jones looked into whether they are actually helpful. many parents love to see what their kids are doing from their smart phone but a bay area psychiatrist says these appsmay not be the healthiest tool."i think technology is a wonderful thing and it allows parents to connect with their kids in ways our parents weren't able to connect with
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us and yes it is something you can use for safety."laura byrne is a mother of two.like most parentsshe wants the best for her kidsbut says she's realistic."i don't think that this technology is going to save lives. i think what is going to save lives is us as parents talking to our kids and working with our kids and demanding change within in our government."the parkland shooting hits home for byrneher best friend's niecedied in the tragedy. "this mamabear app it sounds great but at the same time, using it as a tool to track your kids during a situation like a school shooting, you could be setting yourself up for false sense, because you don't know they could have dropped their cell phone or left their cell phone."child psychiatrist kristopher kaliebe says these apps can áoccassionally offer peace of mind but more times than not they do more harm than good. "if parents are worrying too much and constantly making themselves upset and worried
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about things that are non events or beyond their control, that is a bad example for children and it will transmit some of that anxiety to the child."we all want to keep our kids safebut kaliebe says perhaps appsaren't the answer. ( robin ) that was jana jones reporting for us this morning. ( robin ) now to bay area basketball... the warriors taking on the suns at oracle arena. the suns would take a lead into half time. but in the second half the warriors came back. klay thompson playing in his first home game since injuring his thumb earlier this month. he finished with 23 points. the warriors win by a final of 117 to 107. they play again tomorrow night in oklahoma city. ( robin ) and warriors guard patrick mccaw was released from the hospital yesterday. the warriors guard was taken off the court by stretcher saturday after this nasty fall. x-rays and an m-r-i were all clear. an m-r-i were x-rays and an m-r-i were all clear. it also does not appear as though there was
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any structural damage or problems with his nervous system following the fall. mccaw will meet with a specialist on thursday. ( robin ) now to bay area baseball... giants wrapping up their opening series against the dodgers.... it was rough outing for the giants. the gisnts failling to cash in on some big scoring opportunities. then later in game the dodgers busted it wide open. the dodgers win a 9-nothing blowout. the giants will have their first home game of the season on tuesday taking on the seattle mariners. ( robin ) and it wasn;t any better for the a's at the coliseum... taking on the angels. oakland would take a 3 to 2 lead after this homerun by matt chapman. but the angels would ultimately comeback and win by a final of 7 to 4. the a's are back in action tonight taking on the texas rangers. first pitch is 7:05 at the coliseum. (robin) and here's a live look outside...from the sutro
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. ( robin ) steven spielberg's latest
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sci-fi andventure had a big weekend at the box office. rick damigella takes a look at the top five movies of the week. (nat battle)"pacific rim: uprising" collapsed, all the way from first place last week down to fifth place, with nine-point-two million dollars. faith based film "i can only imagine" dropped one spot to fourth, with ten-point-eight million, while marvel's "black panther" landed in third with 11-point- three million."cause this is the building you said we would live in. so proud of you." "tyler perry's acrimony" outperformed expectations in its debut. box office analysts
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had predicted it would open in the range of ten million dollars, but perry's first foray into the psychological thriller genre scared up 17- point-one million."sitting here in my tiny little corner of nowhere, there's nowhere left to go."steven spielberg's "ready player one" got the high score in its debut. the pop-culture infused adventure picked up 41-point-two million in coins for the regular three day weekend, and powered-up to 53-point-two million over the extended, easter holiday weekend, outscoring pundits predictions. in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. ( robin ) coming up in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news... an undocumented immigrant... who has been detained for nearly 6 months in the bay area... is just hours away from freedom. ( robin ) and a warning for bart riders after several robberies and attakcs are reported over the weekend. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
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undocumented immigrant fernando carrillo is set to be released from detention this morning. lydia pantazas is live where the family will be reunited this morning. ( darya ) disturbing new details are emerging about the washington state family who died when their car plunged off a cliff. and rebuilding coffey park. this morning p-g and-e begins building new lines in the fire-ravaged north bay neighborhood. ( darya ) good morning i'm darya folsom.. and i'm will tran filling in for james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): (anny hong): dry conditions (anny hong): dry conditions
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along with mild temperatures are expected through wednesday. rain chances will develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast area by friday and saturday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. (ááá2 shotááá) happening today... a san jose man detained by ice last october will be released. we've been following this story closely. an immigration judge ordred fernando carrillo's release. (ááádoubleboxááá)kron 4's lydia pantazas is live at the ice headquarters in san francisco with more on the story.lydia?
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for ourselves here, he supported me while i went to school, we're trying to do the same for our children, we've worked really hard to be where we are now."> thanks lydia. thanks lydia. thanks thanks lydia. we will
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check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) president trump says there will be no deal on daca. the president made the announcement on twitter. he fired off tweets, demanding that mexico do more to stop the flow of immigrants. he sent the message after reports of a caravan of immigrants moving through central america and into mexico. although the daca program ended back in december ...courts have ultimately ruled that the dreamers staying here under daca will be able to remain. ( darya ) in addition to his comments on daca ... trump threatened to end the north
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american free trade agreement if mexico doesn't act. (ááá2 shotááá) another big story we are following this morning... the crash that killed a washington state family when their car plunged off a cliff in mendocino county... may have been intentional.( darya ) parents sarah and jennifer hart were found dead along with three of their six adopted children after the crash. the s-u-v was found on monday at the scenic lookout off of the pacific coast highway. at first the c-h-p reported that they didn't have was intentional. was intentional. but after reviewing the evidence they say the s-u-v's software shows the car was stopped before it accelerated straight off the cliff. three of the children are still missing this morning... but investigators believe they may have been swept off shore by waves. ( darya ) in the east bay... a man is ambushed and robbed by a group of teens at the lake merritt bart station. the man had two cell phones stolen from him. he was heading to the warm-springs station when six teens attacked him. bart
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riders say this is just another example of why you have to be careful when riding the train.
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interstate 880. thesre are pictures of the cars being loaded onto tow trucks. the drivers will not be able to get their cars back for 30 days. it is not clear if the drivers were arrested. a man is recovering this morning after a tree fell on him as he was walking through a san francisco park. it happened yesterday afternoon in a secluded area of john mclaren park. he called police with his cell phone and was able to guide them to his location using landmarks. he was taken to a hospital with non life threatening injuries. fire fighters say the tree was about 18 inches wide. park officials say the do not know what caused the tree to fall still no word this morning on what may have caused a fire at a warehouse in san leandro. it happened yesterday afternoon at cintas warehouse. on 139th avenue near san leandro hospital. the fire was isolated to a storage area in the back of the building. firefighters were able to prevent the fire from spreading to the main building.
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no injuries were reported. ( darya ) in the east bay... oakland's fire marshall has resigned... after being harshly criticized following the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire...that killed 36 people.this is video of that deadly fire. miguel trujilo's resignation was announced friday... fire chief darin white will now handle trujilo's duties while officials search for a replacement. the ghost ship warehouse burned on december 20-16...during an electronic music concert. the warehouse had no fire inspections prior to the deadly fire... even though a fire official filed a report... noting dangers two years earlier. trujilo will now become gilroy's fire marshall. ( darya ) it was another weekend of protests in sacramento. it has now been more than two weeks since the deadly shooting of an unarmed black man by sacramento police officers.
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one protester ended up in the hospital with minor injuries after being hit by a police car. the sacramento sheriff's department said the cruiser was moving slowly... the car was vandalized after the collision. the protesters are demanding change after stephon clark was shot and killed by police officers. he was near his grandmother's house at the time. police thought he had a gun... it turns out it was just a cell phone. ( darya ) happening today p-g-and-e will begin building new underground electric and gas utilities in the coffey park neighborhood in santa rosa. that was one of the areas hardest hit by last year's north bay firestorm. the work will begin around 7:00 this morning. new this morning... police arrest a group of teenagers after a string of armed robberies in suisun city. the first robbery happened on the 14-hundred block of humphery drive. the victim says that a the victim says that a thief pointed a gun at her and demanded money. he then shot at her and missed before
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taking off. while police were investigating that robbery... there was another one on shannon drive. two people ordered the victims out of their car at gunpoint and stole their purse and i-phone. there was also a report of a similar robbery on mayfield circle. when officers arrived at that scene they found the four teens and... after a brief chase... took themn into custody. in the north bay ... a woman is dead after a hit-and-run collision on northbound 101. it happened yesterday morning just north of highway 580 in central marin. c-h-p found the woman's body in the slow lane of highway 101... the officers closed the two right lanes of highway 101 during the investigation. new this morning... the chinese government says that tariffs on about 3 billion dollars worth of u-s imports will go into effect today... the tariffs will impact about 128 different products. they are in response to president trump's tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum. china plans to impose tariffs of 15 percent on items such as fruits... nuts... wine
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and steel pipes. and tariffs of 25 percent on items like pork and recycled aluminum. ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... millions of people have their personal information stolen in a massive data breach. ( darya ) plus ... . a man found bloodied and attacked on an east bay street. now police need your help finding the attackers. ( darya ) and after the break ... the emotional interview with the mother of an east bay football player ... who suddenly died last month. and i am tracking your bay area forecast. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. (ácommercialá)
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(anny hong): dry conditions along with mild temperatures are along with mild dry conditions (anny hong): (anny hong): dry conditions along with mild temperatures are expected through wednesday. rain chances will develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast
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area by friday and saturday. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101.
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(ááá2 shotááá) an east bay mother is opening up about the sudden death of her 16-year-old son. jeremiah joyner died a week ago. ( darya ) he was a to 101. min from 880 to 101.
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(ááá2 shotááá) an east bay mother is opening up about the sudden death of her 16-year-old son. jeremiah joyner died a week ago.( darya ) he was a varsity football player at oakland technical high school. kron four's philippe djegal talked to his mother -- who says a pre- exisiting condition might have led to the 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." 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
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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 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
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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. ( darya ) happening today... bill cosby's sexual assault retrial gets started. the 80-year-old former tv star is going on trial in philadelphia. he is accused of drugging and molesting a former temple university athletics administrator at his home in 2004. cosby's first trial ended last year with a hung jury. dozens of women have accused cosby of rape. he has denied all of the accusations. five million credit and debit cards used at saks fifth avenue... saks off fith and lord and taylor were stolen in a massive data breach. a
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cybersecurity security firm says the breach likely affected more than 130 saks and lord and taylor locations in the u-s. hudson's bay company... which owns the retail stores... said there's "no indication" online purchases were affected and that it's cooperating with law enforcement in the ongoing investigation. the cybersecurity firm also said the hackers from this incident were behind previous data breaches that affected whole foods... chipotle... omni hotels and resorts and trump hotels. coming up ... a bay area man is shot and then taken to jail. the story behind his arrest. and after the break ... china's space station finally crashes into earth...making a spash landing. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. no delays on 580 (ááá2 shotááá) china's out- of-control space lab ... finally re-entered the earth's atmosphere and fell into the middle of the south pacific ocean today.( darya ) china's space agency china's space agency
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says that most of it burned up in re-entry off the coast of tahiti. the bus sized space station was launched in september 20- 11 and stopped working in march 20-16. scientists were unable to correctly predict where it would fall ... they thought it would re-enter off the brazilian coast in the south atlantic nasa tested nasa tested a new parachute for possible future missions saturday. it's called "aspire." a rocket was launched carrying the test parachute to an altitude of about 32 miles. after the parachute test ... the payload was recovered from the atlantic. it included
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high-definition cameras to record data. next, scientists will examine the data and analyze how well the parachute system performed. your bay area forecast your bay area forecast is after the break. ( darya )also ahead, new details are released in the deadly tesla crash that took the life of a bay area man. we'll fill you in on the investigation. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) oh no. oh no. oh no. i hate this belt. man oh man. mom, we have a situation. life's bleachable moments need clorox bleach. amazingly delicious breyers ice cream for 330 calories a pint? now possible. new breyers delights. indulge without all the guilt.
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the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): dry conditions along with mild
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temperatures are expected through wednesday. rain chances will develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast area by friday and saturday. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is
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less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) starting today and happening all week... there will be several lane closures on several oakland- alameda bridges. the closures will all happen during non-peak commute hours. the closures will be happening on the miller- sweeney bridge today and tomorrow between 10 a-m and 2 p-m. and from wednesday to friday all lanes will be closed on the high street bridge from 10 a-m to 2 p-m. the bridges are undergoing safety inspections. there will also be closures on the park street bridge starting next week. ( darya )make sure you download the kron4 mobile app
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because we are the first to alert you about traffic hot spots on your cell phone. plus, you won't go more than ten minutes each morning without seeing robin's traffic reports each morning until 10 a.m. ( darya ) some troubling news this morning regarding that fatal tesla crash that happened in mountain view last week. tesla says the model x that crashed was in autopilot before the collision. that accident happened on highway 101. the driver died in the crash. according to tesla...the driver's hands were not on the wheel for at least 6 seconds before the crash. the company went on to say that the driver also received several visual and one audible cue to grab the wheel earlier in the drive. (ááá2 shotááá)(ááá2 shotááá) in the east bay... a berkeley man is recovering this morning after he says he was attacked by a group of men. ( darya ) university police found him covered in blood. kron 4's hermela aregawi has the details. .
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it was here on the 2600 block of channing way.. that ucpd found a young man alone, bloody and in need of help. sargeant tommy syto/ucpdthe officers observed that he had blood on his head, around his face and all over his shirt. he just appeared to be oriented.the victim told police.. around 8 oclock friday night.. he left the graduate bar in the durant hotel..to smoke by himself.he says.. that's when, a group of 3 to 5 men approached him, uttered something he didn't really understand then started to punch him, then when he was on the ground.. they repeatedly kicked him.sargeant tommy syto/ucpdour officers conducted an area check to see if they could find anyone that was associated, any witnesses and unfortunately it came up negative.the 25 year old victim suffered a deep 1 inch cut on his temple but is expected to be okay. we spoke with young men who are familiar with area about the incident.david pittman/berkeley
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i am very surprised about the incident that happened because i don't see anyting that could provoke anybody to do that because everybody is very outgoing, loving and caring in berkeley.konstantine piterman/berkeleyi went to school here for four years.. and there's definitely times you have to be aware of your surroundings. you need to not wear headphones at night and not be texting while you're walking alone at night.. and certain precautions have to be taken.and that is what campus police are urging people to do. sargeant tommy syto/ucpdyou have to be safe and take into consideration not being by yourself, take advantage of having your friends there, having people around so you are not confronted with this situation by yourself.(hermela aregawi)police say we don't know if the suspects were also in the bar before the attack.. they tell me the victim does not attend uc berkeley.. but they did send an alert to students informing them about the attack. they say they believe this is an isolated
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incident.. and are asking anyone who has any information to contact ucpd. reporting in berkeley hermlea aregawi kron 4 news. also in the east bay-- police arrested a man who got into an argument with customers and fired shots at a car in the drive-thru of a mcdonald's in fremont. this all happened on decoto road and fremont boulevard. the three victims told officers they had an argument with the man in the car behind them. according to police... the man returned five minutes later fired several shots at them in the parking lot. nobody was injured. on the peninsula... a man is shot in the leg, treated at a hospital and then placed under arrest after a shooting in daly city. the shooting happened early saturday morning at a home on 500-block of gellert boulevard. police would not say why the
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shooting happened ... only that the people involved were uncooperative. < "give our, you know, our mobile society, right, i mean, you can have thugs that live in other bad areas that just come over here, right. so, you can't really control that. hopefully, that's just a random event."> three more adults were taken into custody after drugs and weapons were found at the home. one of those suspects also faces additional child endangerment charges. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... the warriors hoping to rebound around after a setback over the weekend. ( darya ) plus ... as families celebrate passover ... there is one comfort food spot you won't want to miss. and next...it's the and next...it's the start of snake season and one bay area city is warning people to be on the lookout. and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
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in the east bay... police in concrod are warning people about the start of snake season. a concord police officer saw this snake at boatwright fields on satuday morning. the officer ws not hurt but police ws not hurt but police want to uese the encounter to remind people that snake season has officially begun. on the peninsula-- another warning about a mountain lion. the big cat was spotted early yesterday morning between club drive and beverly drive. a security camera caught the animal roaming around a home in san carlos at one a-m. san mateo county officials say the mountain lion was not aggressive and did not appear injured. no other calls about mountain lions sightings have been reported in this area. coming up at 6 a.m. more parents are downloading apps to keep watch on their children... we'll take a look at if they really work. your bay area forecast is
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checking bay area roads before you head out the door..
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major hot spot sb 88 at a street car fire blocks the two right lanes. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 (anny hong): dry conditions along with mild temperatures are expected through wednesday. rain chances will
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develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast area by friday and saturday.
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now to bay area basketball... the
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warriors taking on the suns at oracle arena. the suns
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would take a lead into half time. but in the second half the warriors came back. klay thompson polaying in his first home game since injuring his thumb earlier this month. he finished with 23 points. the warriors win by a final of 117 to 107. they play again tomorrow night in oklahoma city. and warriors guard patrick mccaw was released from the hospital yesterday. the warriors guard was taken off the court by stretcher saturday after this nasty fall. x-rays and an m-r-i were all clear. it also does not appear as though there was any structural damage or problems with his nervous system following the fall. mccaw will meet with a specialist on thursday.
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now to bay area baseball... giants wrapping up their opening series against the dodgers.... it was rough outing for the giants. the gisnts failling to cash in on some big scoring some big cash in on some big scoring opportunities. then later in gamethe dodgers busted it wide open. the dodgers win a 9-nothing blowout. the giants will have their first home game of the season on tuesday taking on the seattle mariners. and it wasn;t any better for the a's at the coliseum... taking on the angels. oakland would take a 3 to 2 lead after this homerun by matt chapman. but the angels would ultimately comeback and win by a final of 7 to 4. the a's are back in action tonight taking on the texas rangers. first pitch is 7:05 at the coliseum.
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easter has come and gone ... but passover continues through this upcoming saturday. this morning on dine and dish, vicki livakis is serving up a taste of some traditional 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."
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and after the break... ready player one opening in the box office... how the film held up against the holiday weekend. (ácommercialá)
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( robin ) major hot spot hayward sb 880 at a street, jammed from 238 and nb 238 backed up to 580. (ááá2 shotááá) steven spielberg gets a high score with his new big screen adventure based on popular sci-fi novel.( darya ) rick damigella breaks down this weekends box office returns. (nat battle)"pacific rim: uprising" collapsed, all the way from first place last week down to fifth place, with nine-point-two million dollars. faith based film "i can only imagine" dropped one spot to fourth, with ten-point-eight million, while marvel's "black panther"
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landed in third with 11-point- three million."cause this is the building you said we would live in. so proud of you." "tyler perry's acrimony" outperformed expectations in its debut. box office analysts had predicted it would open in the range of ten million dollars, but perry's first foray into the psychological thriller genre scared up 17- point-one million."sitting here in my tiny little corner of nowhere, there's nowhere left to go."steven spielberg's "ready player one" got the high score in its debut. the pop-culture infused adventure picked up 41-point-two million in coins for the regular three day weekend, and powered-up to 53-point-two million over the extended, easter holiday weekend, outscoring pundits predictions. in hollywood, i'm rick damigella. ( darya ) coming up in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news... an undocumented immigrant... who has been detained for nearly 6 months in the bay area... is just hours away from freedom.
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( darya ) and a warning for bart riders after several robberies and attakcs are reported over the weekend. ( darya ) and new details on the deadly crash that killed a family in mendocino county. why investigators believe the crash was intentional. intentional. ♪ ♪ the best way to get together is with a treat you make together. ♪ ♪ undocumented immigrant
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fernando carrillo is set to be released from detention this morning. lydia pantazas is live where the family will be reunited this morning. ( darya ) disturbing new details are emerging about the washington state family who
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died when their car plunged off a cliff. and rebuilding coffey park. this morning p-g and-e begins building new lines in the fire-ravaged north bay neighborhood. (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): dry conditions along with mild temperatures are expected through
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wednesday. rain chances will develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast area by friday and saturday. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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(ááá2 shotááá) happening today... a san jose man detained by ice last october will be back home with his family. we've been following this story closely. an immigration judge ordred fernando carrillo's release this morning. (ááádoubleboxááá)kron 4's lydia pantazas is live at the ice headquarters in san francisco with more on the story.lydia?
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thanks lydia. we will check back with you the
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morning. ( darya )( darya ) president trump says there will be no deal on daca. the president made the announcement on twitter. he fired off tweets, demanding that mexico do more to stop the flow of immigrants. he sent the message after reports of a caravan of immigrants moving through central america and into mexico. although the daca program ended back in december ...courts have ultimately ruled that the dreamers staying here under daca will be able to remain. ( darya ) in addition to his comments on daca ... trump threatened to end the north american free trade agreement if mexico doesn't act. (ááá2 shotááá) another big story we are following this morning... the crash that killed a washington state family when their car plunged off a cliff in mendocino
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county... may have been intentional. parents sarah and jennifer hart were found dead along with three of their six adopted children after the crash. the s-u-v was found on monday at the scenic lookout off of the pacific coast highway. at first the c-h-p reported that they didn't have reason to believe this was intentional. but after reviewing the evidence they say the s-u-v's software shows the car was stopped before it accelerated straight off the cliff. three of the children are still missing this morning... but investigators believe they may have been swept off shore by waves. ( will ) new this morning... police in oakland stop a sideshow before it starts. two cars were towed for trying to start the sideshow on interstate 880. thesre are pictures of the cars being loaded onto tow trucks. the drivers will not be able to get their cars back for 30 days. it is not clear if the drivers were arrested. ( darya ) in the east bay... a man is ambushed and robbed by a group of teens at the lake merritt bart station. the man had two cell
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phones stolen from him. he was heading to the warm-springs station when six teens attacked him. bart riders say this is just another example of why you have to be careful when riding the train.
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a man is recovering this morning after a tree fell on him as he was walking through a san francisco park. it happened yesterday afternoon in a secluded area of john mclaren park. he called police with his cell phone and was able to guide them to his location using landmarks. he was taken to a hospital with non life threatening injuries. fire fighters say the tree was about 18 inches wide. park officials say the do not know what caused the tree to fall still no word this morning on what may have caused a fire at a warehouse in san leandro. it happened yesterday afternoon at cintas warehouse. on 139th avenue near san leandro hospital. the fire was isolated to a storage area in the back of the building. firefighters were able to prevent the fire from spreading to the main building. no injuries were reported. ( darya ) it was another weekend of protests in sacramento. it has now been more than two weeks since the deadly shooting of an unarmed black man by sacramento police officers.
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one protester ended up in the hospital with minor injuries after being hit by a police car. the sacramento sheriff's department said the cruiser was moving slowly... the car was vandalized after the collision. the protesters are demanding change after stephon clark was shot and killed by police officers. he was near his grandmother's house at the time. police thought he had a gun... it turns out it was just a cell phone. ( darya ) happening today p-g-and-e will begin building new underground electric and gas utilities in the coffey park neighborhood in santa rosa. that was one of the areas hardest hit by last year's north bay firestorm. the work will begin around 7:00 this morning. new this morning... police arrest a group of teenagers after a string of armed robberies in suisun city. the first robbery happened on the 14-hundred block of humphery drive. the victim says that a thief pointed a gun at her and demanded money. he then
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shot at her and missed before taking off. while police were investigating that robbery... there was another one on shannon drive. two people ordered the victims out of their car at gunpoint and stole their purse and i-phone. there was also a report of a similar robbery on mayfield circle. when officers arrived at that scene they found the four teens and... after a brief chase... took themn into custody. ( will ) an east bay mother is opening up about the sudden death of her 16-year- old son.( darya ) jeremiah joyner died a week ago. he was a varsity football player at oakland technical high school. his mother.. cherie...says the shock and sadness is still fresh and she doesn't expect it to go away anytime soon. she said on thursday she woke her son up from a nap.. he complained of head, stomach and chest pains... and then he collapsed. cherie said paramedics got his heart beating but he was pronounced dead at the hospital.
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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.">( will ) cherie believes her son may have been born with the condition... but it was never detected during physicals or doctors visits. new this morning... the chinese government says that tariffs on about 3 billion dollars worth of u-s imports will go into effect today... the tariffs will impact about 128 different products. they are in response to president trump's tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum. china plans to impose tariffs of 15 percent on items such as fruits... nuts... wine and steel pipes. and tariffs of 25 percent on items like pork and recycled aluminum. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... the man who used affluenza as a defense after killing four
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people is about to be released from jail. now the president of mothers against drunk driving has some strong words upon his release. ( darya ) plus ... . a man found bloodied and attacked on an east bay street. now police need your help finding the attackers. ( darya ) and parents are now turning to apps to make sure their kids are safe at school. but it may not a good idea. that story is next. ( rebecca ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
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welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic this morning.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101
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(anny hong): dry conditions along with mild temperatures are expected through wednesday. rain chances will develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast area by friday and saturday.
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( darya ) a woman is dead after a hit-and-run collision on northbound highway 101. it happened yesterday morning just north of highway 580 in central marin. c-h-p found the woman's body in the slow lane of highway 101... the officers closed the two right lanes of highway 101 during the investigation. ( darya ) in the east bay... oakland's fire marshall has resigned... after being harshly criticized following the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire... that killed 36 people. miguel
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trujilo's resignation was announced friday... fire chief darin white will now handle trujilo's duties while officials search for a replacement. the ghost ship warehouse burned on december 20-16... during an electronic music concert. the warehouse had no fire inspections prior to the deadly fire... even though a fire official filed a report noting dangers two years earlier. trujilo will now become gilroy's fire marshall. marshall.gilroy's fire now become trujilo will now become gilroy's fire marshall. ( will ) after the school shooting in parkland, florida more parents are downloading apps to keep watch on their children... they have names like mama-bear and life-360. they allow parents to track and monitor their kid's phones. jana jones looked into whether they are actually helpful. many parents love to see what their kids are doing from their smart phone but a bay area psychiatrist says these appsmay not be the healthiest
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tool."i think technology is a wonderful thing and it allows parents to connect with their kids in ways our parents weren't able to connect with us and yes it is something you can use for safety."laura byrne is a mother of two.like most parentsshe wants the best for her kidsbut says she's realistic."i don't think that this technology is going to save lives. i think what is going to save lives is us as parents talking to our kids and working with our kids and demanding change within in our government."the parkland shooting hits home for byrneher best friend's niecedied in the tragedy. "this mamabear app it sounds great but at the same time, using it as a tool to track your kids during a situation like a school shooting, you could be setting yourself up for false sense, because you don't know they could have dropped their cell phone or left their cell phone."child psychiatrist kristopher kaliebe says these apps can áoccassionally offer peace of mind but more times than not they do more harm than good. "if parents are worrying too much and constantly making themselves upset and worried about things that are non events or beyond their control, that is a bad example for children and it will transmit some of that anxiety
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to the child."we all want to keep our kids safebut kaliebe says perhaps appsaren't the answer. ( will ) that was jana jones reporting for us this morning. (will) in national news today ... the so-called "affluenza teen" is set to be released today after a two-year jail stint. ethan couch gained national attention in 2013 ... after he received no jail time for killing four people while driving drunk. during the trial, his legal team blamed "affluenza..." arguing his wealthy upbringing kept him from knowing right from wrong. critics say the justice system has been too lenient with him.
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because we have a partnership with tarrant county to make sure that he at least adheres to all his rules of probation." >(will) a judge originally sentenced couch to tens years of probation ... but he ended up violating that when he ran away to mexico in 20-15. a texas judge then ordered couch to spend 720 days in jail. ( darya ) happening today... bill cosby's sexual assault re-trial gets started. the 80-year-old former tv star is going on trial in philadelphia. he is accused of drugging and molesting a former temple university athletics administrator at his home in 2004. cosby's first trial ended last year with a hung jury. dozens of women have accused cosby of rape. he has denied all of the
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accusations. ( darya ) five million credit and debit cards used at saks fifth avenue... saks off fith and lord and taylor were stolen in a massive data breach. a cyber-security security firm says the breach likely affected more than 130 saks and lord and taylor locations in the u-s. hudson's bay company... which owns the retail stores... said there's "no indication" online purchases were affected and that it's cooperating with law enforcement in the ongoing investigation. the cyber- security firm also said the hackers from this incident were behind previous data breaches that affected whole foods... chipotle... omni hotels and resorts and trump hotels. coming up ... a bay area man is shot and then taken to jail. the story behind his arrest. ( will ) there's a new warning about the link between coffee and cancer but some experts say it's overblown. we'll take a closer look.
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and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. accident eb 4 apcheco blvd (ááá2 shotááá)(will) for your health this morning ... a california judge recently ruled coffee must carry a cancer warning label ... because of a chemical ... because of a warning label ... because of a chemical produced in the bean roasting process.(darya) now some experts say coffee consumers should not be worried. they say the process of roasting coffee beans produces the chemical acrylamide ... which in 'extreme high doses' ... has been linked to cancer in mice.(will) that same
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compound is produced in foods like grilled steak, french fires and even roasted vegetables. ( darya ) and while a cup of coffee does contain acrylamide experts say the level is so low, it's harmless. (will) gaul says.... more research gaul says.... more research needs to be done into coffee's health benefits... and potential risks.
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(rebecca) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break. ( darya )also ahead, new details are released in the deadly tesla crash that took the life of a bay area man. we'll fill you in on the investigation.
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( darya )opening bell for the stock exchange. the chinese government says that tariffs on says that
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government the chinese government says that tariffs on about 3 billion dollars worth of u-s imports effect today...will impact about 128 different products.we'll be the big board throughout the morning. (james)(darya) lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): dry conditions along with mild temperatures are expected through wednesday. rain chances will develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast area by friday and saturday.
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( darya ) starting today and starting ( darya ) ( darya ) starting today
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and happening all week... there will be several lane closures on several oakland- alameda bridges. the closures will all happen during non-peak commute hours. the closures will be happening on the miller- sweeney bridge today and tomorrow between 10 a-m and 2 p-m. and from wednesday to friday all lanes will be closed on the high street bridge from 10 a-m to 2 p-m. the bridges are undergoing safety inspections. there will also be closures on the park street bridge starting next week. ( darya )make sure you download the kron4 mobile app because we are the first to alert you about traffic hot spots on your cell phone. plus, you won't go more than ten minutes each morning without seeing reports each 10 a.m.
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( darya ) some troubling news this morning regarding that fatal tesla crash that happened in mountain view last week. tesla says the model x that crashed was in autopilot before the collision. that accident happened on highway 101. the driver died in the crash. according to tesla...the driver's hands were not on the wheel for at least 6 seconds before the crash. the company went on to say that the driver also received several visual and one audible cue to grab the wheel earlier in the drive. (ááá2 shotááá) in the east bay... a berkeley man is recovering this morning after he says he was attacked by a group of men.( darya ) university police found him covered in blood. kron 4's hermela aregawi has the details. . it was here on the 2600 block of channing way.. that ucpd found a young man alone, bloody and in need of help. sargeant tommy syto/ucpdthe officers observed that he had blood on his head, around his face and all over his shirt. he just appeared to be oriented.the victim told police.. around 8 oclock friday night.. he left the
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graduate bar in the durant hotel..to smoke by himself.he says.. that's when, a group of 3 to 5 men approached him, uttered something he didn't really understand then started to punch him, then when he was on the ground.. they repeatedly kicked him.sargeant tommy syto/ucpdour officers conducted an area check to see if they could find anyone that was associated, any witnesses and unfortunately it came up negative.the 25 year old victim suffered a deep 1 inch cut on his temple but is expected to be okay. we spoke with young men who are familiar with area about the incident.david pittman/berkeley i am very surprised about the incident that happened because i don't see anyting that could provoke anybody to do that because everybody is very outgoing, loving and caring in berkeley.konstantine piterman/berkeleyi went to school here for four years.. and there's definitely times you have to be aware of your surroundings. you need to not wear headphones at night and not be texting while you're walking alone at night.. and certain precautions have to be taken.and that is what campus police are urging people to do. sargeant tommy syto/ucpdyou have to be safe and take into consideration not being by yourself, take advantage of having your friends there, having people around so you are not confronted with this situation by yourself.(hermela aregawi)police say we don't know if the suspects were also in the bar before the attack.. they tell me the victim does not attend uc berkeley.. but they did send an alert to
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students informing them about the attack. they say they believe this is an isolated incident.. and are asking anyone who has any information to contact ucpd. reporting in berkeley hermlea aregawi kron 4 news. on the peninsula... a man is shot in the leg, treated at a hospital and then placed under arrest after a shooting in daly city. the shooting happened early saturday morning at a home on 500-block of gellert boulevard. police would not say why the shooting happened ... only that the people involved were uncooperative. < "give our, you know, our mobile society, right, i mean, you can have thugs that live in other bad areas that just come over here, right. so, you can't really control that. hopefully, that's just a random event."> three more adults three event.">just a random hopefully, that's control that. can't really
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on the peninsula... a man is shot in the leg, treated at a hospital and then placed under arrest after a shooting in daly city. the shooting happened early saturday morning at a home on 500-block of gellert boulevard. police would not say why the shooting happened ... only that the people involved were uncooperative. < "give our, you know, our mobile society, right, i mean, you can have thugs that live in other bad areas that just come over here, right. so, you can't really control that. hopefully, that's just a random event."> three more adults were taken into custody after drugs and weapons were found at the home. one of those suspects also faces additional child endangerment charges. (will) the warriors community foundation raised nearly 450-thousand dollars for eight organizations through the hoops for kids program this season. with the hoops for kids program, each warriors three-pointer during the regular season makes 500 dollars for eight
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organizations working locally to improve opportunities for kids. this year's hoops for kids program supports the boys and girls clubs of oakland and san francisco ... the east oakland youth development center and other east bay centers. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news ... snake season is here! what one bay area city is warning people to look out for. ( darya ) plus ... the warriors are hoping to rebound this week after a setback over the weekend. ( darya ) and after the break ... why some people are having trouble relaxing and unwinding during vacations and days off. ( rebecca ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast.forecast.
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darya )(ááá2 shot bamááá) many people spend their days off doing things they enjoy ... but it turns out some people struggle to actually relax on their days off.(will)
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a new survey says ... having a hectic job and a busy schedule can make it hard for some people to have time for themselves. and those who do have time for themselves ... say they don't know how to relax.( darya ) 46-percent of the people who took the survey ... say they struggle to relax on weekends and when they go on vacation.(will) experts say ... one of the easiest ways to relax is by simply breathing deeply for five minutes.
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that's our thing. visit att.com/internet. (james)(darya) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): dry conditions
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along with mild temperatures are expected through wednesday. rain chances will develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast area by friday and saturday.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. . richmond bridge drive less than 20 min
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from the toll to 101
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(ááá2 shotááá) california is seeing a rise in the number of people who are ignoring signs and walking on railroad tracks.( darya ) stanley roberts takes a look in this edition of people behaving badly. this is the redwood city caltrain station you can the train horn sounding (train 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
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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 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
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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 (will) in the east bay... police in in the east (will)(will) in the east bay... police in concrod are warning people about the start of snake season. a concord police officer saw this snake at boatwright fields on satuday morning. the officer ws not hurt but police want to uese the encounter to remind people that snake season has officially begun. ( darya ) now to bay area basketball... the warriors taking on the suns at oracle arena. the suns would take a lead into half time. but in the second half the warriors came back. klay thompson polaying in his first home game since injuring his
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thumb earlier this month. he finished with 23 points. the warriors win by a final of 117 to 107. they play again tomorrow night in oklahoma city. ( darya ) darya adlib big board. and after the break... ready player one opening in the box office... how the film held up against the holiday weekend. weekend. i try hard to keep a great shape. weekend. but it doesn't always come naturally. this i can do, easily. benefiber® healthy shape is a 100% natural prebiotic fiber that's clinically proven to help me
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chase. < the first person to find the egg will inherit half a trillion dollars and total control of the oasis itself..> steven spielberg's "ready
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player one" topped the box office this weekend, giving the director his biggest weekend opening in a decade. the film made just over 41- million dollars over the weekend ... and just over 53-million if you include receipts from its debut thursday night."ready player one" can now boast the fifth- largest easter opening ever. tyler perry's latest installation - "acrimony" -- took the number two spot. outperforming expectations in its debut. box office analysts had predicted it would open in the range of ten million dollars, but the psychological thriller made 17-point-one million. (will) the selfie paradise or rather the selfie musuem in los angeles is now open. the musuem is entirely dedicated to the history and art of selfies. visitors can pose in front of fun backgrounds and with props. there's also the world's longest selfie stick. the
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musuem also honors the father of selfies... van gogh. but you better hurry... the museum is only open for two months. ( darya ) coming up in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news... an undocumented immigrant... who has been detained for nearly 6 months in the bay area... is just hours away from freedom. ( darya ) and a warning for bart riders after several robberies and attakcs are reported over the weekend. ( darya ) and new details on the deadly crash that killed a family in mendocino county. why investigators believe the crash was intentional.
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undocumented immigrant fernando to be released from detention this morning. lydia pantazas is live where the family will ( darya ) disturbing new details are emerging about the washington state family who died when their car plunged off a cliff. and rebuilding coffey park. this morning p-g and-e begins lines in the fire-ravaged north bay neighborhood. (darya)(darya) good
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morning i'm darya folsom.. (james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): dry conditions along with mild temperatures are expected through wednesday. rain chances will develop in the north by late thursday and across the entire forecast area by friday and saturday. no major hot

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