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: corporal chris anderson, pleasant hill police department// "preliminary showed that this was a marijuana targeted robbery and it turned into a homicide." (jrstone) for our top story tonight -- police say a thief looking to steal pot killed a pleasant hill man inside his home.good evening i'm jr stone...(justine) and i'm justine waldman. this is the first homicide for the city in the last six years. kron4's ella sogomonian is live at the pleasant hill police department..ella what do we know about the gunman and victim? live police haven't found the gunman who shot a former college park high varsity football player in his home last night around the corner
from the school. pleasant hill police say 23- year-old oshry elor was killed inside this home at norse drive and viking street saturday night just before 11:15. neighbors who witnessed the police activity say it's unusual for the area.sot: nurallah yassin, neighbor// "compared to where i used to live, i used to live in oakland this is like a piece of cake. it's like a cake walk. but last night was the first time i'd seen an incident of this nature." police believe elor was shot at several times by a thief who was after his marijuana in a robbery that turned fatal. this the first homicide for the city in six years.sot: corporal anderson, pleasant hill police department// "i think anytime a person hears about a loss of life it can be shocking but i do think that residents would be a little bit more alarmed to hear that it occurred in pleasant hill
uncommon."streets were blocked off during the that neighbors say went on in the morning. sot: jredwin yballa, neighbor// "honestly i was just wondering if everyone else was safe. especially the neighborhood concern there were a lot of cops it was closed off from one block to the other. no one could come in, no one could leave or else they'd be forced to put in a report, be questioned and more paper work for the cops." police say elor died at the scene. tag police are using information from witnesses to find the gunman but they haven't released a description. live in pleasant hill ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (jr) three people arrested.. after a huge sideshow got out of hand in oakland.(justine) police say.. dozens of people on motor bikes rode wrecklessly .. and they believe some of them also robbed a gas station along the way. (justine) it happened at the intersection of claremont and telegraph avenue. (jr) kron 4's hermela aregawi is live in oakland with the latest.. (justine) hermela, can you tell us what led up to the arrests? (hermela) police say.. around 3 this afternoon.. the group of 60-70 bikers began wreaking havoc in the fruitvale area. two of them pointed guns at the gas station cleark there.. while others stole soda cans.
three men are behind bars tonight.. after a side show that started in fruitvale.. and ended in north oakland - at claremont nad telegraph. daniel blair/witnesswhen i came through the intersection, they had about 10 police cars shutting down all of claremont street right there and as i drove through they were arresting one guy. he had a pick up truck with two motorcycles in the back, strapped in.richard ritsch/oaklandyou know it's a blast when you see it at lake meritt. one night i saw it like golf links on the freeway, it was crazy because in the middle of the freeway they started doing donuts. i was like wow police say.. 911 dispatch received several calls from concerned residents from all across the oakland area. daniel blair/witness there was an ambulance in front of the apartment building right here, when i drove through there, i was like what the heck is going on. witnesses say.. the group of 60-70 bikers aggressively circled police and at some point even repeatedly kicked patrol cars. police tell us there were about four police vehicles at that time.. so officers called for back up.
and shortly after that, three people were arrested. one of them for wreckless driving.. the other two for stealing some sort of bikes. (hermela) witnesses say.. they saw the crew ride towards berkeley.. unclear where they landed. reporting live in berkeley hermela aergawi kron 4 news. (justine) new at ten tonight -- a martinez unified school district employee has been placed on administrative leave. school officials say ahmed ismaiel -- a network engineer in the technology department, was arrested by the internet crimes against children task force on charges related to an attempt to engage in illegal contact, of a sexual nature, with a minor. he started working for the district in 20-15. in a letter sent out to parents the superintendent wrote, there are no indications that any allegations involve current or former students of martinez
unified. (justine) (jw) police have arrested eduardo antonio chavarria-diaz in connection with the sexual assault of a high school-aged jogger. the incident happened on march 28th right before two in the afternoon...near the intersection of arastradero and deer creek roads.victim off the path, put a gun to her head and sexually assaulted her. after investigating, officers found chavarria-diaz was involved in a similar situation that occurred in oakland last month. police obtained a search warrant yesterday and made the arrest this morning in richmond. (jrstone) new at ten tonight....a man has been arrested after police say he attacked two victims at an oakland bart station yesterday afternoon. robert dolth of san francisco was arrested shortly after he stabbed two
siblings in the head at the coliseum bart station. the victims told police they got on bart in south san francisco and noticied dolth was acting erratically. feeling unsafe, they got off at the coliseum station. that's when dolth followed them and started attacking them. the female victim is in stable condition tonight while her brother is in critcal but stable condition. officials say dolth admitted to attacking the victims but did not give a motive. (justine) two people were shot this morning in the parking lot of a home depot in emeryville. around 2 in the morning, police received multiple calls of gunshots supposedly associated with a party bus that was in the lot. police say another involved car was seen speeding out of the lot as well...and two parked cars were hit by bullets. the incident is under investigation. (mabrisa rodriguez)as a short-wave ridge builds in over the region, look for
warmer weather monday with temperatures in the 70s to lower 80s. this trend will be short-lived however as a weak mid/upper level trough sweeps through the region on tuesday. while widespread precipitation is not likely, light rain/rain showers will be possible over the northern half of the region ahead of a weak frontal boundary. at this time, it appears the best chances for measurable rainfall will be from the santa cruz mountains northward. the boundary washes out as it pushes south of the san francisco bay area tuesday afternoon/evening with little to no rainfall expected for much of the central coast. quick on the heals of the tuesday system, a deeper trough is projected to push inland and bring another chance of widespread precipitation. however, rainfall amounts with both system are forecast to be light, especially in comparison to the rainfall received during the past 48 hours. lingering showers look possible thursday before another weak pressure builds in of upcoming week. mainly dry conditions look possible at this time for next weekend. however, the weather pattern early next week is forecast to remain unsettled with chance for precipitation under a troughing pattern along the west coast. confidence in the extended forecast period remain low at this time yet we will continue to monitor.
(jr) in the north bay...it has been six months since the north bay fires destroyed more than 6-thousand homes... leaving more than 40 people dead. and causing billions of dollars in damage. (justine) those sonoma county neighborhoods are nowhere near being back to normal .... but families tell kron 4's ali reid, they are on a mission to rebuild. as flowers bloom in a disintegrated neighborhood, families in coffey park are caring for their properties as they withstand the rebuilding process.we lost everything. every day, larry keyser (key-zer) walks through his old neighborhood. he's been doing it consistently since his home of more than 3 decades was incinerated back in october 32 years, gone. gone.on the night of the fire, larry, his wife, and teenage son left their home expecting to come back to it all. everything, including family
heirlooms went up in flames. wedding dresses from the 1860's i think. a black wedding dress and memorabilia from post civil war. and you cannot put a price on that.i held my 16 year old son, as big as me. we just stood there and criedover the last six months, families have gone from grief .... acceptance ... cleanup .... to insurance claims. some have even started on their new foundation. the keyser family is waiting on sketches from their architect. we're gonna go with the original. change the insideswe're ready to move on get the plans and have some positive things in our lives. while cal fire continues to investigate the cause of the deadly northbay fires, government officials are working to prevent the next fire from causing as much devastation. reporting from santa rosa ... ali reid ... kron 4 news.
(justine) two men have been convicted of first-degree murder in the 2012 killing of a man in san francisco. this according to district attorney george gascon. the murder happened on july 13th, 2012...when gary smith was shot and killed near the baldwin hotel on sixth street. at the time of the incident, prosecutors said the two suspects approached smith, one of them said something to him, and the other pointed a large gun at him and fired three shots. (jrstone) the 20-20 census is creating controversy, confusion and concern ... over the inclusion of citizenship question. capitol bureau reporter kody leibowitz has reaction from local and state leaders. the countdown is on to the 20-20 census.the counting of californians -- on the minds of elected leaders of the golden state.asm. marc berman 26;46 what this is going to mean for california is
the potential loss of billions of dollars in federal funding that we should getthe census count in 2010 - more than 37 million people in california.
last july - the census estimated 39 and a half million people living in california.bay area assemblymember marc berman -- the chair of the 20-20 census committee - says there's a fear of an inaccurate count.on top of federal funds - he says the state could lose a seat in the house.but that's before the citizenship question announed by the trump administration..asm. marc berman (d-palo alto) (kody: you expected the citizenship question.) i did. i did. i think we all kind of subconsciously.trump administration announced its plan to add a citizenship question to the decennial census - a first since 1950. california - as it's done throughout the trump term - sued.xavier becerra, attorney general
"and we're going to defend everyone of our rights" attorney general xavier becerra and secretary of state alex padilla defended their
lawsuit last week.secretary of state "it is impossible to ignore the intent of the united why i laid out his rhetoric as a candidate, his actions as president of the united states, clearly anti- immigrant."(d-san diego) (16;22-24) "you're violating the constitution."san diego senator ben hueso and the latino legislative caucus unveiled their legislative priorities.promoting the 20-20 census.sen. ben hueso (d-san diego) (18;37-39) the time is now to start working on part of that outreach is through state funds..the governor proposed 40-point-3 million berman says begins with scenes work, hearings and profits. he state's efforts 20-20.asm. marc we're going to every california going to talk to importance of the census. (jr) coming up -- despite its symbolic significance -- america's majestic national bird has faced a real-life threat of extinction... find out why in just a moment. (justine) plus -- after snow hit hard in one area in california -- residents are now facing a new threat to their homes... how they're preparing coming up (jrs) and -- yosemite valley reopened to all vehicle traffic today after heavy rains forced a partial closure... but just how much damage did it leave behind? we'll bring you those details right after the break
yosemite valley reopened to all vehicle traffic today after heavy rains forced a partial closure at the national park on friday. roughly 2 to 4 feet of water flooded roads within yosemite valley. these pictures show the flooding ...that affected electrical and water systems. officials warn traffic could be slow as cleanup work continues. (jr) concerns of flooding is also weighing heavy on the minds of people who live near the truckee river.(justine) reporter lonnie wong spoke with some residents about the measures they are taking to keep their property safe. a crew with westside snow
removal wasn't worried about getting rid of snow today.they were trying to get rid of water that if coming off slopes next to homes on donner lake.five feet of snow on this snowbank above houses with more rain on the way is not good.bryson olson, westside snow removal "anytime we know there's snow on the ground and we have a heavy rainfall there's a chance of flooding." they know exactly where to expect problems because last winter snowbanks melting during warm storms caused flooding issues.there was some urgency today.bryson olson, westside snow removal "it's starts raining so hard you have to act fast because you don't act fast you'll be underwater."snow is already melting off mountainsides. any kind of blockages in the drainage systems can trigger flash flooding.richard mackler was filling sandbags at a truckee fire station today.he got a taste last winter. richard er "we picked up around 28 bags to try an block off the driveway."this time the street drains his neighborhood, but he thinks
flat areas like around the truckee river and other residential neighborhoods where there is no natural drainage are in jeopardy with the amount of rain that is forecast.richard mackler/homeowner "it's going to come in a concentrated period of 4-5 inches in six hours or maybe less, so it doesn't give the water a chance to run off, because of the warmth we're going to have a much of melt contributing to it."reason enough for those in vulnerable areas to plan ahead for the deluge. (jr) that was lonnie wong reporting. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (mabrisa rodriguez) (mabrisa (mabrisa rodriguez)as a
short-wave ridge builds in over the region, look for warmer weather monday with temperatures in the 70s to lower 80s. this trend will be short-lived however as a weak mid/upper level trough sweeps through the region on tuesday. while widespread precipitation is not likely, light rain/rain showers will be possible over the northern half of the region ahead of a weak frontal boundary. at this time, it appears the best chances for measurable rainfall will be from the santa cruz mountains northward. the boundary washes out as it pushes south of the san francisco bay area tuesday afternoon/evening with little to no rainfall expected for
much of the central coast. quick on the heals of the tuesday system, a deeper trough is projected to push inland and bring another chance of widespread precipitation. however, rainfall amounts with both system are forecast to be light, especially in comparison to the rainfall received during the past 48 hours. lingering showers look possible thursday before another weak ridge of high pressure builds in for the remainder of upcoming week. mainly dry conditions look possible at this time for next weekend. however, the weather pattern heading into early next week is forecast to remain unsettled with chance for additional precipitation under a troughing pattern along the west coast. confidence in the details during the extended forecast period remain low at this time yet we will continue to
seeing more bald eagles dying from lead poisoning. in january -- six bald eagles were taken to a recovery center in nebraska... rachel urbanski reports. (nats) "it's tough. its tough. it's like we feel like we failed."that's how betsynch says she feels when an eagle can't be rehabilitated and dies from lead poisoning.it usually happens after feeding on an animal that has been killed with a lead bullet. betsy finch/fontenelle forest raptor recovery"this seems to be the worst i've seen it in years. we get some lead poisoned eagles in every year. it is a real problem."in january, six bald eagles were taken to fontenelle forest raptor recovery in elmwood. only two survived.betsy finch/fontenelle forest raptor recovery"if we don't get them in time there's not much we can do."lead kills eagles very quickly.it only takes a grain of rice sized piece to be lethal. (nats) "it's very painful."but there are some preventive steps that hunters, like kent walton, can take. kent walton/hunter"just stop using lead and encourage your
friends to stop using lead." most hunters use lead because its heavier, more accurate and cheaper. walton encourages hunters to become more educated about the alternatives.kent walton/hunter "they are beautiful birds. if i can help prevent them from getting lead poisoning when i'm out hunting by using nontoxic shot such as steel, bismuth, tungsten... i'm happy to do that."raptor recovery rehab is determined to preserve our national bird. these two eagles here will soon have a new home.betsy finch/fontenelle forest raptor recovery"two are out in the big flight pen right now preparing for release probably within two weeks. i'm hoping." (justine) and a horse trailer filled with immigrants caught by border patrol... we'll tell you how authorities stopped the entire operation right after the break. (jr) and a devasting chemical attack in syria left dozens of people dead... how the syrian government is
(jrstone) in southern california... multiple people were injured when a horse trailer they were traveling in overturned. (justine) as matt boone reports... more than a dozen people were arrested in what authorities are calling a human trafficing operation. it was a windy day in eastern san diego county, likely one of the factors that led this large horse trailer to over turn. it had been carrying at least 18 people, in what the border patrol says was a human smuggling operation. when first responders arrived - the trailer was empty. after the crash, the people inside had apparently tried to hide in the rocks and brush - despite their injuries. "when they fled the scene they don't want to be found, when you have
patients hiding in rugged terrain it takes a while for an organized search to organize them, assess them, and then bring them up to the highway here to be treated." (nats of chopper)one man was found deep in a nearby canyon and had to be rescued by the sheriff's helicopter. another was also flown to the hospital for treatment. in all, 4 men and two women were hospitalized. the border patrol took the rest into custody and continued searching the area. (justine) in world news... dozens of people in syria have died in a possible chemical attack. we want to warn you that this video may be distrubing to some people. opposition activists and local rescuers say at least 40 people died... that includes families found in their homes and shelters. the syrian government is denying the allegations, calling them fabrications. human rights groups and u-n officials say the tactic amounts to forced
displacement... a war crime. president donald trump blames syrian government forces and government forces and warns there will be a "big price to pay." . next at 10 -- former san francisco 49er and oakland raider aldon and oakland raider aldon smith arrested again! we'll tell you why in just a moment. (justine) then... mark zuckerberg is set to testify before congress this week. what congress says they want to know from the ceo of facebook. (mabrisa)a look at your forecast coming up... there's only one word for the all new
protective order. those stem from domestic violence charges back in march. this is previously shot video. smith was arraigned thursday and told to wear an electronic ankle device that monitors sweat. there was a violation and he was then arrested friday. he will face a judge on wednesday. (jw) a scary scene yesterday, when a landslide took out an apartment building. the landslide took out a huge chunk of route 30. cell phone video up close shows the depth of the alarming collapse. pennsylvania department of transportation says the road dropped 30 feet. one apartment building was crushed by the landslide - - but it was already evacuated. "around 5 you heard a loud crash and i thought it was car crash or something. we looked again, it all came tumbling down like humpty dumpty."(jw) this is the worst landslide
penn-dot has seen in years because buildings were destroyed. but it might not be over... there's evidence that the weakening foundation is spreading to north braddock. evacuations have begun there as well. (live) taking a live look outside at san francisco's embarcadero.... (anchor) time now (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (mabrisa rodriguez)as a short-wave ridge builds in over the region, look for warmer weather monday with temperatures in the 70s to lower 80s. this trend will be short-lived however as a weak mid/upper level trough sweeps
through the region on tuesday. while widespread precipitation is not likely, light rain/rain showers will be possible over the northern half of the region ahead of a weak frontal boundary. at this time, it appears the best chances for measurable rainfall will be from the santa cruz mountains northward. the boundary washes out as it pushes south of the san francisco bay area tuesday afternoon/evening with little to no rainfall expected for much of the central coast. quick on the heals of the tuesday system, a deeper trough is projected to push inland and bring another chance of widespread precipitation. however, rainfall amounts with both system are forecast to be light, especially in comparison to the rainfall received during the past 48
hours. lingering showers look possible thursday before another weak ridge of high pressure builds in for the remainder of upcoming week. mainly dry conditions look possible at this time for next weekend. however, the weather pattern heading into early next week is forecast to remain unsettled with chance for additional precipitation under a troughing pattern along the west coast. confidence in the details during the extended forecast period remain low at this time yet we will continue to monitor.
(justine) a big story making headlines tonight -- facebook's ceo is heading to capitol hill this week. lawmakers are demanding answers from mark zuckerberg -- after a data firm with ties to the trump campaign mishandled data from millions of facebook users. david daniel has details and the latest reaction from washington. mark zuckerberg : "facebook testifies in congress regularly on a number of topics"mark zuckerberg will go
under oath -- testifying before congress amid the fallout from the cambridge analytica scandal.on sunday, one lawmaker outlined what he wants answered.sen. john kennedy / -: "but we do have two major problems we discovered. one is the privacy issue. the other is the propaganda issue. facebook needs to talk with us frankly about how we can fix that." zuckerberg will answer questions about the privacy issues this week --he'll appear before the senate judiciary and commerce committees on tuesday.the house energy and commerce committee will hear from him on wednesday.facebook admits that personal data was harvested by cambridge analytica -- a data firm with ties to the trump campaign.but christopher wylie -- the firm's former director of research turned whistleblower -- can't say how the data was used.christopher wylie / r:
"in terms of did donald trump use this data? i think that's a good question to analytica and the trump campaign." facebook says cambridge analytica accessed the data of eighty-seven million users... but wylie warns that number could rise.chuck todd / nbc: "do you think that its still possible that number is much higher?" christoper wylie / whistleblower: "i think that it could be higher, absolutely."zuckerberg says facebook is taking steps to protect user data.congress wants answers on how this happened in the first place -- and how it will be prevented in the future.i'm david daniel reporting. (jr) communities are in mourning after a fatal bus crash involving a canadian hockey team friday night. at least 15 people were killed and 14 people were injured. (justine) the bus carrying members of the humboldt broncos junior hockey team collided with a tractor- trailer on the way to a playoff game. the saint augustine catholic church in humboldt, saskatchewan honored the victims in a sunday morning service. the cause of the crash is being investigated. (justine)(justine) coming up -- today marks one month since a disastrous fire tore through a stockton church... we'll hear from those members
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♪ get high speed internet from at&t. $30 per month. no extra monthly fees. more for your thing. that's our thing. visit att.com/internet. (jr) it's been one month since a massive five-alarm fire tore through a stockton church.(justine) it happened at new beginnings deliverance center and members are now beginning the process of rebuilding. ken mashinchi reports. stockton -- a church is in the process of rebuilding after a five-alarm fire devastated the structure in stockton.exactly one month after the fire, members of the new beginnings deliverance center gathered sunday at aspire apex academy for an all-you-can-eat soul food buffet to raise money to rebuild the church. nearly 200
people were there when fox40 arrived.though members have been searching for a new church home, the church is still holding services in different locations.however, the center's weekly food and clothing giveaways for the homeless and weekly bible study have halted."we love our neighborhood, we love what we do and what we do is serve," said kimberly hamlett. "we just want to get back to it." related storyovernight fire damages church on waterloo road in stocktonthe church's mission continues without a place to call home, a mission that calls for members to serve, regardless of their circumstances."you can't let anything like this win and you can't let anything defeat you," hamlett said. "you have to come out swinging, you got to come out fighting and you got to come out knowing you are going to do more and greater. greater is coming." the church has set up a gofundme page to help with rebuilding as well."with people coming and saying 'here's a donation', it's a wonderful thing. we figure now we have a chance, we have a future. the future is going to be brighter than what we had yesterday," said lewis stallworth iii.
(jr) a contractor sifting through dirt after those mudslides that swept through montecito made a special discovery. she found this frayed bag in a massive pile of mud -- with someone's wedding ring inside! it belonged to a survivor of the mudslides. when she finally saw it. .she started shaking. . and found the person the owner says she calls the find a tiny miracle. . with a big lesson. (justine)coming up on the kron 4 morning news... porch pirates strike again. stanley roberts exposes a package thief ... who put a family out thousands of dollars. and still ahead. the golden state warriors are nearing the end of the regular season. without steph curry, we'll show you
(jr) opening statements are expected monday in bill cosby's retrial.(justine) he's accused of sexually assaulting andrea constand. the first trial ended in a hung jury and declared a mistrial. just days out from the trial, ohio state university revoked cosby's honorary degree. the university trustees voted unanimously friday to take back the degree awarded to him in 2001. a statement by o-s-u said quote -- "by his own admission, bill cosby violated our university's principles and values." (ááá2 shotááá)(jrs) now to the east bay ... where people are getting fed up with package theives in antioch. (justine) stanley roberts takes a look at the troubling trend in this edition of people behaving badly. ..
(he just moseyed on in), and then moseyed on out (moseyed on out) yea but he didn't mosey once (no he moseyed twice) so he moseydod, ye he moseydoded this is dawn, dawn and her husband were victims of package thieves you know they call them porch pirates , porch, yea he is a porch pirate i can see that.here's what happened, a ups delivery driver dropped off three packages to this home in antioch in fact here is the video of three packages being delivered by the driver and shortly after that watch what appears to be a mazda 3 rolls past the ups truck . then the mazda 3 pulls up to the home and basically cases the home for the record , the time stamp on the video reads 6am that incorrect it was actually 10 am after casing the home the blue car returns and parks. and out pops a man from the front passenger who sprints toward the home runs inside the gate takes two packages runs to the car and comes back for the third one ironically dawns husband
installs security cameras and the home is covered with cameras including this camera which can pan around the man didn't care a bit about the cameras or for that matter getting caught and i almost forgot to mention there was the driver and a edition passenger who jumped out to help for a second so what id he take? electronics? nope, it was boxes of an order that we had to do of safety vest so they turned over the video to antioch police department, who tell me they are looking for the people involved but for now the family is out 1000 dollars we're actually out two thousand dollars .. if you think about it because they had to replace the order with their own money i asked dawn, if she had anything to say to the pirates i'm coming for you you're on tv now (laughter) you got caught behaving badly .. (you got caught behaving badly wooo hoooo high five (hand cla)stanley is going to get you! in antioch stanley roberts kron 4 news
"dreams don't pay the bills." "i can only imagine" continued to bring in crowds, making eight-point-four million dollars for fifth place and 69-million overall.(nat)"black panther" fell to fourth, but earned eight-point-four million dollars for a domestic total of 665-million -- passing "titanic" for third place on the all-time chart. "bye, dad.""remember: stab, turn, drag.""i don't have the knife, dad.""yes you do. check your clutch."the prom-night comedy "blockers" debuted in third place, on ticket sales of 21-point-four million dollars."hello. if you're watching this, i'm dead." "ready player one" lost the top spot after one weekend, but 25-point-one million dollars gave the adventure 97-million in 10 days.(nat)"a quiet place" made plenty of noise! the horror thriller
debuted with 50-million dollars -- more than double studio projections -- for one of the biggest opening weekends of the year. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( justine ) the golden state warriors are now just 1 game away from ending the regular season. but first, they took care of business in phoenix against the suns. ( jr stone ) mark carpenter joins us now to talk sports. imagine this scenario-- if the playoffs started today, they'd be hosting the oklahoma city thunder. definitely presents some problems matchup wise, but, a lot of situations still need to be worked out. so in the meantime, warriors visited the suns. --steph curry...getting a pregame
workout in...he is six days away from having his mcl re-evaluated. -early on, his splash brother picking up the slack klay thompson....feeling it...22- points in the first quarter alone. he would finish with 34. --kevin durant...got in the mix as well...chipping in 17-points, 6 of 11 from the field. --the champs led by double digits for most of the second half. javale mcgee would close it out for good measure with a thunderous dunk. golden state with no problems in phoenix, 117-100. they will wrap up the regular season tuesday in utah. ( mark ) moving on over to the diamond -after going 14- innings last night, the giants wrapping up their two-game set against the dodgers. -ty blach on the mound for the giants as the dodgers went with their ace clayton kershaw. -early on, defense was the story. 2nd inning-- kike hernandez makes good contact....but joe panik, on the spot, with a stab to make the diving catch. -but it wasn't just the giants defense on point - kelby tomlinson is robbed of a double after chris
taylor...flashes the leather from center field. -this game was low scoring and went into extra innings tied at 1, but this time it was in favor of the dodgers. top 10th- kyle farmer... slaps a double, bringing in the game winning run. the giants.. unable to recover. l-a wins, 2 to 1. the g-men host the diamondbacks tomorrow night. meanwhile, over in anaheim, another episode of the shohei otani show.... the japanese superstar making his home pitching debut... and it was almost perfect. took a perfect game into the 7th inning...ended the day with 12 strikeouts, no earned runs and a walk. --the a's got a late home run in the 9th inning from matt joyce, but it was too little, too late. the angels win the rubber match, 6 to 1. oakland has the day off tomorrow and visit the dodgers tuesday night. ( mark ) and finally, high drama in the final round of the masters. --let's head to augusta, patrick reed..the leader of the last two rounds... had 3- straight outings in the 60s. --entered with a four-shot lead...today he found himself in a fight to stay on top.
on the par-3 12th, smooth putt... and gets it to drop all the way to plastic that kept him in the lead at 14-under --but jordan spieth was coming after him. started 9 shots behind, hit 9-birdies in his round...this is one of them. on the par-3, 16th...pure magic. from 33-feet out...the birdie is money. he would get close to the top, but end the day with a 64.... two shots behind reed. -- another man who made a run. rickie fowler...fired a 67 and birdied on 17 to get within one shot of the lead. --but reed was too good down the stretch. closes the deal on 18...when he needs to make par. and the 27- year-old locks in his first green jacket and his first career major. (justine)(justine) 4 your money tonight... senators are
sounding the alarm about a 14-hundred percent price hike - for a percent price 14-hundred percent price hike - for a cancer medication. but can antyhing be done? kron 4's washington correspondent alexandra limon explains the practice... is not against the law. a small pill that treats brain cancer and hodgkin's lymphoma now has a huge price tagjohn rother / president, national coalition on healthcarea phrase that comes to mind is price gouging.five years ago lomustine cost 50 dollars per pill. the same pill now costs nearly one-thousand dollars.
senators susan collins, claire maccaskill and catherine cortez masto want answers from the manufacturer and its parent companysen. catherine cortez masto / nevada (d) they're trying to make more money, a 1400% increase, off the backs of people who literally it's a life or death situation for them. it's outrageous.alexandra limon / @alexlimonnewswe contacted the pharmaceutical company to ask why the price has increased so dramatically... we're still waiting for a response. an online statement blames the cost of raw materials and discounts for to low income patients.john rother / president, national coalition on healthcarei think the technical term for that is smoke and mirrors. it's not persuasive.john rother - president and ceo of the national coalition on healthcare- a non-partisan, non -profit organization working to keep healthcare affordable says there's an epidemic of price hikes for medications like lomustinewit h no generic alternatives.john rother / president, national coalition on healthcareevery other country in the world has a mechanism to restrain prices, we do nont.the pills cost more than 760 dollars each in the us.prices at five canadian pharmacies average about 21 us dollars for the exact same pill.sen. catherine cortez masto / nevada (d)you should not die or go bankrupt because you cannot afford your healthcare. in the end everyone pays more because
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