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good morning and thanks for joining us for the kron 4 morning news. its monday april16th...20-18im robin winston.lets start this morning with a check on weather and traffic. (anny hong): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible over much of the region through this afternoon. dry and
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cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak, fast-moving system pushes through the region late wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week.
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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. week. likely by late trend is then warming drying and early thursday. a wednesday into region late wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week.
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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.
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(robin) spring showers made their way back to the bay area for most of sunday afternoon. and more rain is expected today. kron 4's hermela aregawi tells us just how much we can expect. a wet start to the weekin the east bay - the rain came down around 4 in the afternoon.. with a break in the evening. traffic was backed up in all directions making for a messy evening commute. pattii norseworthy/berkeleyat four o'clock i left napa, bumper to bumper, all the way into vallejo and it was raining so hard you couldn't even see in front of you. i mean, it was like were driving 10/15 miles an hour.sebastian alvarez/berkeleyeveryone wants to drive fast, you know. everyone is stressed out. everyone left late. everyone procrastinated. so you just have to leave on time, drive slow.it's a chilly night partly due to gusty winds blowing up to 36 miles per hour a stark contrast to the rest of the weekend.pattii norseworthy/berkeleyyesterday was gorgeous. yesterday was like 80 degrees out there, or like 70's. it was garden
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weather.while most people said they were ready for warm weather.. there's always someone that appreciates the rain. sebastian alvarez/berkeleyi like it. i like it because it makes things wet. and make it fresh and new and the plants are growing. it makes everything the air clear. (robin) that was kron 4's hermela aregawi reporting. (robin) in the north bay, authorities found a woman's body at an elementary school. the body was found on the playground at snow elementary in napa on sunday afternoon. police say there is no immediate threat to the community...and that parents of the school are being notified of the situation. (robin) a big story we're following this morning ... mountain view police arrested two men they say tried to kidnap a woman and shots were fired. kron 4's ella sogomonian has the details..
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a monte carlo a monte carlo nightclub employee told me the struggle happened in the back parking lot when they believe the victim's boyfriend came looking for her.mountain view police say two men tried to shove a woman into their car saturday morning around 2 then fired several rounds as her friends tried to help. (ella: does news like that surprise you in this areasot: jesse donaldson, mountain view resident//"yeah always, it's not the first time we've had something like that happened. sometimes like that happened a while back. occasionally we hear that somebody gets beaten up, a while back there was a shot fired. but police tidied things up fairly quickly."and mountain view police responded just as quickly this time around.they spotted their car and arrested 19-year-old walter ramirez and 29-year-old guillermo perez of menlo park who they say are allegedly responsible for the shooting. monte carlo nightclub employees tell kron 4 they believe one of the two suspects is an ex-boyfriend of the victim who they claim came looking for her. locals say although castro street out front is fairly safe more secluded areas like the parking lot where this happened can get a bit dicey. sot: anya sanghal, mountain view resident//"but there aren't a lot of them and i tend to avoid those places but i would say i stay away from those places and i didn't expect a shooting to happen
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there though."sot: aarushi gupta, mountain view resident//"i'm very far away from the situation but just the fact that something like this happened here in a place i go to is kind of scary even though i'm so far away from it."although crime happens everywhere police say this type of violent crime is unusual for the area. (robin) that was kron 4's ella sogomonian reporting. (robin) police in the east bay are investigating a house fire that displaced six people. it happened on via san ardo near bockman road in san lorenzo on sunday evening. firefighters quickly put out the fire. officials say the fire started in a converted garage and spread to the home's attic. no injuries were reported. the red cross will assist the family with temporary housing. (robin) an elderly man is recovering after being rescued from a fire at a san francisco hotel. kron 4's sara stinson...brings us the latest.
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the fire broke out in a room here at the europa hotel. i spoke to one man whose room is right next to the one that caught fire, he says he woke- up to the smell of smoke and called for help.sot: nikita dudar ("i wake up i saw the smoke coming out of the room and i went to get the security guys and they got everyone out of their rooms.")guests like nikita dudar rushed out of the europa hotel to evacuate just after nine sunday morning in north beach.sot: nikita dudar ("it was kind of scary there was smoke everywhere. the only thing i took was my iphone. we were trying to get out as soon as possible.")fire crews arrived shortly after and rescued a 70-year-old man from room 126 where the fire started. he was taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation. sot nikita dudar: ("i'm really scared about him, but he should be fine.")guests stood on columbus street for over an hour as crews continued to put out the fire and then investigate the scene. sot: norman dudum ("unfortunately there was a lot of people in the hotel and a lot of children. it's sad to see them all standing out here during the situation.")norman dudum is the owner of the taqueria next door, his business now has some water damage. sot: norman dudum ("it destroyed a tv and juke box, but hopefully we will be open later.")dudum says there's been several fires in the north beach area recently and he was worried this time it was his building that caught fire.sot: norman dudum ("when i heard someone call me about a fire i was very nervous so we were very
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lucky thank god.")now we still don't know the extent of the damage or the cause of this fire, but stay turned to kron 4.com for the latest. in north beach, sara stinson, kron 4 news. (robin) a 15-acre fire broke out near the coachella music festival. riverside county fire responded to flames near tyler street in coachella on sunday morning. that's about six and a half miles from the empire polo club where coachella is being held this year. 100 firefighters were able to put out the fire. the fire is
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still being investigated. no inuries were reported. (robin) los angeles police have arrested a man on suspicion of murder in connection with a music studio fire that killed two people. the fire happened on saturday in universal city. police arrested a 28-year-old man after the fire at "top notch recordings". two other people were injured. the cause of the fire is under investigation by the l-a fire department arson team. firefighters say the building did not appear to have zoning permits for a music studio. (robin) former fbi director james comey is breaking his silence about president trump. during an interview last night, comey says the president is morally unfit for the office.
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book. trump series of yesterday accusing revealing classified suggesting he jail. (robin) still ahead on the kron 4 still ahead on still ahead on the kron 4 morning news ... the debate about paying sales tax for online purchases continues... an update on where the issue is headed. (robin) plus ... a shooter is still on the lose
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after a shooting on i-580 in richmond. you'll hear from chp.
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(áábreakáá) (robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. (anny hong): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible over much of the region through this afternoon. dry and cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak,
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fast-moving system pushes through the region late wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san 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.
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(robin) a big story we're following this morning .... the bombings in syria by the united states and our allies ...are not sitting well with some people in the bay area. on saturday ... protesters marched to the houses of two prominent bay area politicians in san francisco to make their voices heard. on sunday ... people gathered at the lake merritt amphitheatre to rally against the attacks. kron 4's ali reid has more. protesting against friday's
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bombing in syria .... civilians, innocent people are getting killed!people from different walks of life are standing in unison against what they consider military agression by the united states and its allies.the same syrians that are being banned from entering the united states and reuniting with their families, are now being bombed by the united states so we unequivocally stand against the united states bombing in the regionthe coordinated aristrikes were in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack in the country last weekend that reportedly left dozens dead. but protestors believe there's another reason for the strikes.we think these bombings have nothing to do with helping the syrian people, it has to do with advancing the particular interest of the corporate war machine of the pentagon and washingtonwe're supposed to be a peaceful country, but i haven't seen that in a long timethose wanting the bombings to stop say, the attacks won't deter further use of chemical weapons by the assad regime. there's russia, there's iran,
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there's the us, there's france, there's saudi arabia. everyone wants a say on what the syrian people should do. ..just over a year ago, the u- s launched a similar set of targeted strikes in syria.... following a checmical weapons attack by the syrian government that killed over 80 civilians. reporting from oakland . ali reid .. kron 4 news. (robin)a shooting on 580 eastbound shut down part of the highway saturday night. chp says.. one of their officers had pulled someone over for a traffic stop, when nearly two dozens shots were fired by a passerby. fortunately, no one was injured. kron 4's hermela aregawi has the details. a suspect is on the loose after firing more than 20 shots on 580 eastbound. sargeant mary ziegenbein/chp oakland at about 6:47 this evening one of our oakland units was on a traffic stop, east bound 580, west of central when he heard waht sounds to be gunfire. the officer was on the passenger side of the vehicle he had
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pulled over.. and looked up to see where the shots were coming from. sargeant mary ziegenbein/chp oakland his attention was drawn, it looks like a white suv that was in the vicinity of the gunfire. it was quite unnerving to the officer but like i said he did what he was supposed to do. he acted very profession that shots were fired. and we responded as quickly as we could initially the officer thought the shots were being fired in his direction.. but chp tells us they don't believe he.. or the person he had pulled over were the targets of the bullets. ?? sargeant mary ziegenbein/chp oakland scary scene all around for everybody the hood of a ford sedan driving by was hit with one bullet. but the driver was not injured in richmond hermela aregawi. kron 4 news (robin) still ahead on the kron four morning news... a peek at the highly anticipated movie 'incredibles 2'. this and more coming up in the hollywood minute. (robin) and here's a live
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look outside... at the golden gate bridge. (ácommercialá) hola amigos.
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for the first time ever, cholua hot sauce is teaming up with jack in the box. america's fav... whoa!! ok, a little hot sauce there... jack! i'm trying to film this commercial! oh. sorry. sorry. please continue. as i was saying... the cholula buttery jack has delicious cholula hot sauce, crispy jalapeños, and pepper jack cheese on a signature bun. you know what? this would be great on fries, too. what is wrong with you jack? oh my gosh. sorry. so sorry. the new cholula buttery jack. part of the buttery jack family. ai dios mio, jack! i'm. seriously. i said i was sorry. (robin) welcome back to
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the kron four morning news. i'm tracking your entertainment headlines today... big movies, small movies, and movies that are just in the planning stages . david daniel has today's roundup in the hollywood minute. "we need to change people's perceptions about superheroes, and elastigirl is our best play.""better than... me?" "mister incredible" as a stay-at-home dad? that's just one of the surprises in the first full trailer for "incredibles two," opening in june."i know it's crazy, right? to help my family, i gotta leave it? to fix the law, i gota break it?""you've got to, so our kids can have that choice." (nat)"thank you, young man."(nat) "no more riding, no more rodeos. you don't stop, your seizures are gonna get worse.""the rider"
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came out of the gate impressively, opening on three screens with a per-theater average of more than 15- thousand dollars -- higher than any wide-release movie this weekend. critics are raving about the indie drama based on the true story of a former rodeo star searching for a new purpose in life: its rotten-tomatoes rating is 96- percent.(nat)john krasinski is going from "a quiet place" to the quiet of space. he's set to direct and produce the sci-fi thriller "life on mars," based on a short story about a woman on a martian colony who discovers she can breathe the planet's air. krasinski directed and starred in "a quiet place," which has been a huge success, but he's expected to stay behind the camera for "mars." back on earth in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (robin) coming up on the
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kron 4 morning news ... anti gun violence protestors were at one of the largest gun shows in the bay area. how gun owners reacted to the protest. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll be back with more we'll be welcome back. checking
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in on your morning forecast. (anny hong): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible over much of the region through this afternoon. dry and
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cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak, fast-moving system pushes through the region late wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week.
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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) billed as the largest gun show on the west
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coast... the ácrossroads of the westá gun show made a stop in daly city. the cow palace has hosted the event for more than 30-years now... but as kron four's philippe djegal reports... recent mass shootings have sparked protests at gun shows across the country... and, saturday's event was no different. (philippe) among the gun owners who walked out of the cow palace with accessories for firearms... john buchter (book-turr) and his wife dixie.john buchter/gun owner- "look at uh, prices, looking for ammo and just trincates mostly too." before heading back home to san lorenzo... the buchter's passed a group of anti gun violence protestors. demonstrators whose rights to express themselves the buchter's fully support.john buchter/gun owner- "i understand what they say, but believe a lot of people are misinformed, i guess. they just go with emotions."dixie buchter/gun rights suppoter- "they're blaming the guns and not the person that's behind the gun. (john) yeah, to me it's like drunk driving. you don't blame the car -- it's a person driving the car." the contingent of protestors was small -- only about a dozen. they say the way they get their point across is not by shouting people down... but by having
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conversations.david gales/student- "we're hear to understand alternate points of view, and we're not necessarily here to indoctrinate -- to change those points of view." david gales is a junior at lick-wilmerding high school in san francisco. he's against state-owned and operated facilities like the cow palace hosting gun shows. he says the deadly parkland florida shooting in february partially inspired him to advocate against gun violence. david gales/student- "gun violence in america has escalated to the point where teachers and faculty and students are all fearing for their lives."nats- "i appreciate you coming." bob templeton owns crossroads of the west gun shows.bob templeton/gunshow owner- "i'm hopeful that we can find some common ground and that would be that there are people out there that really shouldn't have guns -- we just need to determine how we can make, figure out who those people are without infinging on the second amendment rights of law abding americans." the gun show will continue through sunday afternoon. in daly city, philippe djegal, kron four news. (robin) happening today ... in the east bay a town hall meeting is set to discuss illegal dumping
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in the city of oakland. the east oakland congress of neighborhoods has scheduled a public meeting at 6 p-m today. it will be at the st. anthony's school gym ... at the corner of east 15th street and 16th avenue. organizers say the purpose of the meeting is to ask that the city budget include money for more cleanup crews, inspectors and lighting. they say oakland mayor libby schaaf will be attending. (robin) the debate about paying sales tax for á onlineá purchases is heading to the u-s supreme court. retailers like amazon and walmart collect sales tax on all online sales in the 45 states with a statewide sales tax. many smaller retailers don't -- unless they have a physical presence in the state where the buyer lives. the trump administration will join the argument in favor of online retailers being required to collect sales taxes everywhere. (robin) one girl has become the first student to be
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accepted into all eight ivy league schools on full ride scholarships in her community in new jersey. reporter cindy hsu talked to that student and her teacher about how she made it happen. "yeah all my friends are really supportive."anna rezk is incredibly modest but she just made history at high technical high school as the first student to be accepted into all 8 ivy league colleges on full ride scholarships. anna rezk-12th grader:" it was very surprising and very surreal at the same time because i didn't actually think it was real"but anna put in the work... she has a 5.63 grade point average thanks to all the advaced placement classes she took, and scored a 1570 out of 1600 on her sat's. her parents immigrated from egypt and her father died from pancreatic cancer when she was just 13, so now she wants to find a cure.anna's twin brother john says anna became
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like a second mother. john rezk/brother: but she was always like the mediator and always take care of us and making sure we were on track" anna came to tears talking about her dad, and says she has an idea of what her father is doing right now. "anna i think he's proud probably bragging to other angels or something, like "i knew"." cindy hsu as anna works on making a touch decision on which college she'll attend, she's also still working hard at school. the minute our interview ended she was off to a calculus test.calculus test. off to a ended she was off to a calculus test. (robin) that was cindy hsu reporting. coming upif you build it, they will go around. nats: ambiance the city tries to make a dangerous bike lane safer, but in the true spirit of san francisco, drivers don't want nothing to do with it. i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
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(robin) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá) there's a traffic trouble
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spot in san francisco that's a mess.. stanley explains on this edition of people behaving badly. if you build it they will go around (traffic noise)back in october of 2017 i highlighted a dangerous section of a bike lane located at battery and
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the embarcadero(throwback)but you will see driver, after driver, after driver make that illegal maneuver across the dedicated bike lane so the city of san francisco installed flex posts to keep drivers from crossing over the bike lane and cutting off bicyclist and other drivers but in the true spirit of san francisco, drivers don't want nothing to do with it we
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almost what this uber driver who not sure what to do so he stops. (traffic noise) and just sits there until finally taking off again (traffic noise) see these two pedestrians take a guess at what they are waiting for (traffic noise)if you guessed lyft you are wrong, it was an uber who makes and unsafe turning motion and enters the bike a fare not only is the illegal turn unsafe for bicyclist and other drivers it creates a problem for one other group of people i work kinda down near pier 39 and so yea i use this crosswalk everyday because i take embarcadero and then i walk to work this is literally (and i know you're not suppose to jaywalk at any of them) this is the one you don't want to jaywalk because people cut across all day it's a dangerous one.i see a lot of uber drivers and a lot of lyft. so you have illegal right turns, most being done by uber and lyft drivers but toss in red light running bicyclist who apparently don't like waiting for the green light (traffic noise) distracted, drivers..(traffic noise) oh and pedestrians wandering endlessly into the intersections know it every accident (no there is a place where cut over, it's broken green truth is you can go just one block and make safe turn well since the flex post i guess there other option therapycars! or should i say solos.in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news (robin) coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... an arrest at starbucks leads to boycotts and protests. why the chain's owner is now apologizing. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)
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(robin) welcome back. checking in on your
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morning forecast. (anny hong): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible over much of the region through
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this afternoon. dry and cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak, fast-moving system pushes through the region late wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week.
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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.
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(robin) light showers in the bay area ... and blizzards in other parts of the country. and while some people were dealing with piles of snow, other areas had severe storms. john lorinc reports. a monster blizzard pounded parts of wisconsin this weekend.chief eric dunning/ashwaubenon public safety"we haven't seen snow amounts like this in years." major snow fell in green bay and appleton, according to the national weather service. kenneth corry/volunteering in community"just driving around, just making sure everybody's safe. we're pulling people out, helping with the shovel, throwing our hazards on -- again, just being out there and taking care of our community."meanwhile in minnesota.....more than a foot of snow fell in the twin cities.and local forecasters say this will be among the area's strongest snowstorms in history. parts of south dakota also received more than twelve-inches of snow.....but some residents are taking it in stride.voice of shirly hillgren/sioux falls resident
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"it's spring. pretty soon it will melt and then we'll get some more it will be fine." in jefferson, iowa, crews repairing damage from 80-mile per hour winds.margaret mccoy/jefferson resident"i was really shook up because i've never experienced anything like that before."the gusts tore roofs off buildings and knocked over a garage and an r-v.paige lawson/jefferson resident "it was crazy and somewhat scary. i was like holy buckets!"at least one confirmed fatality in a tornado that struck greensboro, north carolina sunday.in parts of ohio and michigan.....strong winds and rain resulted in heavy flooding.some residents were forced to evacuate after their homes were surrounded by water. i'm john lorinc reporting. (robin) calls to boycott starbucks are growing after two black men were arrested because they had not ordered anything. starbucks' c- e-o is apologizing but many are still calling on the company to change its policies. kim hutcherson has a closer look at the controversial arrest.
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the city of brotherly love.... now in the middle of a controversy. many calling for a starbucks boycott following this arrest. this now viral video shot inside a philadelphia-area starbucks shows two black men being handcuffed and taken away. men's friend: "what did they get called for? because they're two black guys sitting here meeting?"the man in the gray vest is a real estate investor.he's heard telling officers the men were waiting to meet with him to discuss a deal. the men's lawyer says they waited for for less than 15 minutes and did nothing wrong. lauren wimmer, attorney for men: "these people were doing what people do every single day they were having a meeting. they were undoubtedly singled out simply by their race. "philadelphia's police commissioner is defending the arrest. he says a starbucks employee called police to report a disturbance and accused the men of trespassing. richard ross, philadelphia police commissioner: "these officers did absolutely nothing wrong. they did a service that they were called to do."the men were released from custody at the police station after it
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became clear starbucks did not want to press charges. meanwhile, the video has sparked major reaction on social media-- with many calling for a starbucks boycott."what did they do? what did they do?"starbucks' is apologizing the men and customers, saying they quote ' clearly have more work to do when it comes to how we handle incidents in our stores."i'm kim hutcherson reporting. (robin) opposition is growing as local governments plan on joining president trump's lawsuit against california. the u-s justice department sued california last month over it's sanctuary state status. city leaders in los alamitos in orange county are scheduled to vote on a proposal today to exempt the community from the state law. san diego county board of supervisors are also meeting this week to consider joining the trump administration's lawsuit. (robin) coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... one of the most popular comfort foods was celebrated at the state capitol this
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weekend! a recap of the grilled cheese festival ... after the break. (robin) and here's a live look outside...from the sutro cam. (robin)
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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) hundreds of people enjoyed sunshine and grilled cheese sandwiches in sacramento. the sacramento grilled cheese festival pairs the childhood favorite with
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everything from craft beer to bounce houses. the weekend event offered unlimited grilled cheese tastings along with beer, wine and desserts for people 21 and up. guests were treated with live music, games and a free kid zone with face painting and balloon artists. < "i think it's one of the best fests that i've been to here. especially because it has grilled cheese. i didn't know there are so many different grilled cheeses."> (robin) americans (robin) americans eat more than two billion grilled cheese sandwiches each year. (robin) coming up in the next hour. two men are in jail after trying to kidnap a woman. you'll hear from witnesses. (robin) plus ... a woman's body was found at an elementary school in napa. we'll have the latest coming up in the next hour. (robin) and a car crashed into a house near lake merced this morning. we have a live report with the details ... next.
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( 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): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms
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will remain possible over much of the region through this afternoon. dry and cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak, fast-moving system pushes through the region late wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend
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is then likely by late week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from
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the maze to sf. (ááá2 shotááá) (ááá2 shotááá) ( darya ) we're following breaking news this morning out of san francisco ... a car crashes into átwo homes near lake merced.( james ) kron 4's will tran is live at the scene with more. will?
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( james ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( darya ) in the north bay, police found a woman's body on the playground of an elementary school. the body was found at snow elementary in napa yesterday afternoon. officials say there was no school function before the body was found. police say there is no immediate threat to the community. parents of the school are being notified of the situation and school will be in session today. ( darya ) a big story we're following this morning ... mountain view police arrested two men they say tried to kidnap a woman and shots were fired. kron 4's ella sogomonian has the details.. a monte carlo nightclub employee told me the struggle happened in the back parking lot when they believe the victim's boyfriend came looking for her.mountain view police say two men tried to shove a woman into their car saturday morning around 2 then fired several rounds as her friends tried to help. (ella: does news like that surprise you in this areasot: jesse donaldson, mountain view resident//"yeah always, it's not the first time we've had
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something like that happened. sometimes like that happened a while back. occasionally we hear that somebody gets beaten up, a while back there was a shot fired. but police tidied things up fairly quickly."and mountain view police responded just as quickly this time around.they spotted their car and arrested 19-year-old walter ramirez and 29-year-old guillermo perez of menlo park who they say are allegedly responsible for the shooting. monte carlo nightclub employees tell kron 4 they believe one of the two suspects is an ex-boyfriend of the victim who they claim came looking for her. locals say although castro street out front is fairly safe more secluded areas like the parking lot where this happened can get a bit dicey. sot: anya sanghal, mountain view resident//"but there aren't a lot of them and i tend to avoid those places but i would say i stay away from those places and i didn't expect a shooting to happen there though."sot: aarushi gupta, mountain view resident//"i'm very far away from the situation but just the fact that something like this happened here in a place i go to is kind of scary even though i'm so far away from it."although crime happens everywhere police say this type of violent crime is unusual for the area.the area.
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( darya ) that was kron 4's ella sogomonian reporting. ( james ) former fbi director james comey is breaking his silence about president trump. during an interview last night, comey says the president is morally unfit for the office. comey warned that if president trump ever tries to fire special counsel robert mueller, then it would be the president's most serious attack yet on the rule of law. comey said that it is possible the russians could have information on trump that could be used to compromise him. the white house is firing back saying comey has no credibility and is just trying to sell his book.
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president trump unleashed a series of tweets yesterday morning accusing comey of revealing classified information, suggesting he should go to jail. ( james ) happening today... president trump's personal attorney will ask a judge to stop the fbi from looking through his records. the department of justice announced friday that michael cohen is under criminal investigation in regards to his business dealings. cohen has admitted to paying adult film actress stormy daniels 130-thousand dollars to keep quiet about an alleged affair with trump before his presidency. ( darya ) new this morning ...a woman is under arrest for stealing a cash donation box for a petaluma little league. this is an update to a story we first brought you last week . a sonoma sheriff's deputy found the woman on stony point road in rohnert park last night. the deputy recognized her as the woman from the surveillance video of the theft. deputies say she also had 2 separate warrants for theft.
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( darya ) the largest gun show on the west coast made a stop in daly city... and so did anti-gun violence protestors. the cow palace has hosted the crossroads of the west gun show for over 30 years. a small group of protestors stood outside the event. they told us they simply wanted to have conversations with people attending the event... not to shout or argue. one couple had mixed emotions about their presence. ( darya ) a student protestor said the deadly parkland shooting inspired him to advocate against gun violence. ( james ) happening today ... a town hall meeting is set to discuss illegal dumping in the city of oakland. the east oakland congress of neighborhoods has scheduled a public meeting at 6 p-m today. it will be at the st. anthony's school gym ... at the corner of east
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15th street and 16th avenue. organizers say the purpose of the meeting is to ask that the city budget include money for more cleanup crews, inspectors and lighting. oakland mayor libby schaaf will be attending. ( james ) also in the east bay.. the former minister convicted of child molestation has been sentenced to more than 34 years in prison. fernando maldonado was recently captured in mexico and brought back to the u-s last week. last year he was convicted on more than 20 sex abuse counts. police first arrested maldonado in 2016... after a teen told police he abused her when she was 13. the former pastor worked at the grace bible church in pleasant hill. ( darya ) palo alto police are looking for a man who robbed a bank dressed like a constuction worker.this a survallience photo of that suspect. police say he demanded money with a gun tucked into his waistband. it happened friday afternoon at the comerica bank on lytton avenue. police say when the teller went to a back
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room, the suspect jumped over the counter and took money from an open drawer. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... dozens of people turn out for a protest the u-s led strikes in syria. hear the message they are trying to get out. ( james ) plus... a man is saved when his hotel room goes up in flames. ( james ) and after the break... a mid-april snow storm falls in the sierra. we'll take a look at the conditions when we come ba the savings are in full bloom at ross. if you're looking for an incredible selection of the brands you love, this season's newest trends for a fraction of what you'd pay at department stores, ♪ you gotta go to ross
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...heavy snow falling in the sierra last night ... causing low visibility and car crashes. cal trans was working hard to clear the roads.the late april snow came as a surprise ... after a nice day saturday on the slopes. ( james ) ( darya ) welcome back to
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the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. (anny hong): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible over much of the region through this afternoon. dry and cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak, fast-moving system pushes through the region late
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wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week. no major hot spots. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the no major hot spots. san mateo
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bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. no major hot spots. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101.
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bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) police in the east bay are investigating a house fire that displaced six people. it happened on via san ardo near bockman road in san lorenzo on sunday evening. firefighters quickly put out the fire. officials say the fire started in a converted garage and spread to the home's attic. no injuries were reported. the red assist the family with housing. ( darya ) a hotel fire injured an elderly man in san francisco. the fire broke
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out at the europa hotel in the north beach neighborhood sunday morning. firefighters rescued a 70-year old man from the room where the fire started. he was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. we spoke to a guest who rushed out of the hotel to escape. ( darya ) no one else was hurt in the fire. ( james ) los angeles police have arrested a man on suspicion of murder in connection with a music studio fire that killed two people. the fire happened in universal city. police arrested a 28-year-old man after the fire at "top notch recordings". two other people were injured. firefighters say the building did not appear to have zoning permits for a music studio. ( james ) president trump ordered bombings in syria over the weekend and that is not sitting well with some people in the bay area. kron 4's ali reid has the
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protesting against friday's bombing in syria ....civilians, innocent people are getting killed! people from different walks of life are standing in unison against what they consider military agression by the united states and its allies. the same syrians that are being banned from entering the united states and reuniting with their families, are now being bombed by the now being bombed by the united states so we unequivocally stand against the united states bombing in the regionthe coordinated aristrikes were in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack in the country last weekend that reportedly left dozens dead. but protestors believe there's another reason for the strikes.we think these bombings have nothing to do with helping the syrian people, it has to do with advancing the particular interest of the corporate war machine of the pentagon and washingtonwe're supposed to be a peaceful country, but i haven't seen that in a long timethose wanting the bombings to stop say, the attacks won't
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deter further use of chemical weapons by the assad regime. there's russia, there's iran, there's the us, there's france, there's saudi arabia. everyone wants a say on what the syrian people should do. ..just over a year ago, the u- s launched a similar set of targeted strikes in syria.... following a checmical weapons attack by the syrian government that killed over 80 civilians. reporting from oakland . ali reid .. kron 4 news. ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... two dozens gunshots fired on a bay area freeway over the weekend. chp updates us on who they are looking for. ( darya ) and after the break... carrie underwood takes the stage months after suffering an injury to her face. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) ( darya ) ( darya ) ( darya ) ( darya )
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carrie underwood makes an emotional comeback. she performed last night at the country music awards for the first time since suffering an injury to her face last fall requiring 50 stitches. last night she sung her new song "cry pretty."( james ) (ááá2 shot bamááá)(ááá2 shot (
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james )( james )(ááá2 shot bamááá) she joined keith urban to win vocal event of the year for "the fighter" which featured underwood. ( darya )(ááá2 shotááá) "huey lewis and the news" wont be performing at outside lands this fall. the band canceled all remaining performances for this year due to hearing problems for lead singer, huey lewis. ( james ) he says he lost most of his hearing just before a concert in dallas. doctors say lewis has an inner ear disorder that causes vertigo. lewis says he cannot hear music well enough to sing, and must stop performing until his condition improves. improves.condition until his
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performing must stop to sing, and well enough hear music he cannot lewis says vertigo. lewis says he cannot well enough to sing, and must stop performing until his condition improves. your bay area forecast is after the break. ( lydia ) coming up ... the warriors are in oakland for game 2 against the spurs. that's after this quick break.
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back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): scattered showers
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and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible over much of the region through this afternoon. dry and cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak, fast-moving system pushes
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through the region late wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the 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. ( darya ) (ááá2 shotááá) in the east bay ... a shooting on 580 shut down part of the highway over the weekend. ( james ) chp says nearly two dozens shots were fired. kron 4's hermela aregawi has the details. a suspect is on the loose after firing more than 20
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shots on 580 eastbound. sargeant mary ziegenbein/chp oakland at about 6:47 this evening one of our oakland units was on a traffic stop, east bound 580, west of central when he heard waht sounds to be gunfire. the officer was on the passenger side of the vehicle he had pulled over.. and looked up to see where the shots were coming from. sargeant mary ziegenbein/chp oakland his attention was drawn, it looks like a white suv that was in the vicinity of the gunfire. it was quite unnerving to the officer but like i said he did what he was supposed to do. he acted very profession that shots were fired. and we responded as quickly as we could initially the officer thought the shots were being fired in his direction.. but chp tells us they don't believe he.. or the person he had pulled over were the targets of the bullets. ?? sargeant mary ziegenbein/chp oakland scary scene all around for everybody the hood of a ford sedan driving by was hit with one bullet. but the driver was not injured in richmond hermela aregawi. kron 4 news
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( james )(ááá2 shotááá) the warriors showed up and rolled over the spurs in game 1 ... and tonight is game 2 in oakland.( darya ) on saturday the warriors looked like they were in championship form ... even without steph curry. kron 4's lydia pantazas is live at oracle arena with more on tonights game.
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(ááálydiaááá) the warriors...were all over the spurs from the outset... went into halftime up 16 and didn't let up in the 2nd half leading by as many as 26. klay thompson led all scorers with 27-points... and javale mcgree was one of the unsung heroes...with 15. he was also a key factor in golden state's defense...as san antonio didn't have a single player score more than 15. warriors put together a 21-point blowout, but they know gregg popovich'sis already making changes in preparation for game 2 tonight. steph curry... the team says he is making progress nicely and will be re-evaluated saturday... game 4 is sunday... even if he's ready to go if the spurs are down 3-0 do they still sit him even if he's ready to go... < because < because human nature means that they're going to play harder than we are. so i've already warned our guys about that."""it's human nature, when you blow a team out the first game, to relax but we have to do the exact opposite because the spurs are one of the best teams at making adjustments." >
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( james ) adjustments." > ( james ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning. the morning. ( james ) the warriors game will draw large crowds to the coliseum complex ... and an a's game will only cause more traffic.( darya ) they will be taking on the white sox at 7:05 ... so parking lots are expected to fill up early. lets now turn to robin winston for a look at how to beat tonights
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traffic around the coliseum. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) ( james ) ( james )
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( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... protests are planned at a starbucks where two black men were arrested and the ceo of starbucks is apologizing. the story is coming up. ( james ) plus...more california cities are siding with the trump administration and calling for an end to sanctuary city laws. the newest city to join the fight. ( james ) and next...a giants pitcher is booted down to the minor leagues. see the video that got him demoted. and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) the giants are having problems scoring runs and winning games. yesterday ... pitcher tyler beede ... made his 2nd start of the year and it was a memorable one for all the bad reasons. he exited in the fourth inning after giving up five runs on six hits and three walks. in fact ... after the game ... he was sent back to the minor leagues. padres win 10-1...and take 3 out of 4 in the series. the giants take a break today ... before they take on the arizona diamondbacks tomorrow. ( james ) turning to the san jose sharks-- they return to the bay tonight with a two game lead over the anaheim ducks in round one of the playoffs. on saturday ... the sharks had 3 goals. sharks goalie martin jones had 55 saves andonly two goals.
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sharks beat the ducks 3-2. tonights game is at 7:30 in the shark tank. ( james ) coming up after the break ... former first lady barbara bush is in failing health and won't seek further treatment. the story when we return. your bay area forecast is after the break.
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checking bay area roads before you head out the door.. 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 from the toll to 101 no major hot spots. bay bridge
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(anny hong): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible over much of the region through this afternoon. dry and cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak, fast-moving system pushes through the region late wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week.
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( darya ) (ááá2 shotááá) calls to boycott starbucks is growing after two black men were arrested because they did not place an order. ( james ) starbucks is apologizing but many are still calling on the company to change its policies. kim hutcherson has the story. the city of brotherly love.... now in the middle of a controversy. many calling for a starbucks boycott following this arrest. this now viral video shot inside a philadelphia-area starbucks
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shows two black men being handcuffed and taken away. men's friend: "what did they get called for? because they're two black guys sitting here meeting?"the man in the gray vest is a real estate investor.he's heard telling officers the men were waiting to meet with him to discuss a deal. the men's lawyer says they waited for for less than 15 minutes and did nothing wrong. lauren wimmer, attorney for men: "these people were doing what people do every single day they were having a meeting. they were undoubtedly singled out simply by their race. "philadelphia's police commissioner is defending the arrest. he says a starbucks employee called police to report a disturbance and accused the men of trespassing. richard ross, philadelphia police commissioner: "these officers did absolutely nothing wrong. they did a service that they were called to do."the men were released from custody at the police station after it became clear starbucks did not want to press charges. meanwhile, the video has sparked major reaction on social media-- with many calling for a starbucks boycott."what did they do? what did they do?"starbucks' is apologizing the men and customers, saying they quote ' clearly have more work to do
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when it comes to how we handle incidents in our stores."i'm kim hutcherson reporting. ( darya )new this morning ... 7 inmates are dead, and 17 more are injured after a prison brawl in south carolina. officals say multiple inmate fights broke out at the lee correctional institution last night. after hours of fighting... agents were finally able to secure the maximum security prison. the institution houses around 15-hundred inmates... including some of south carolina's most violent offenders. no officers were injured in the brawl. ( james ) opposition is growing as local governments plan on joining president trump's lawsuit against california. the u-s justice department sued california last month over it's sanctuary state status. city leaders in los alamitos in orange county are scheduled to vote on a proposal today ... to exempt the community from the state law. san
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diego county board of supervisors are also meeting this week to consider joining the trump administration's lawsuit. ( james ) in national news ... the health of the nation's oldest living first lady, barbara bush -- is in decline this morning. the 92 year old matriarch of the bush family has been in and out of the hospital several times over the the last year. she's been battling congestive heart failure. bush reportedly doesn't want to go back to a hospital and is being cared for at her home in houston. she's been married to former president george herbert walker bush for 73 years. ( james ) the debate about paying sales tax on online purchases is heading to the u-s supreme court. retailers like amazon and walmart collect sales tax on all online sales in the 45 states with a statewide sales tax. many smaller retailers don't -- unless they have a physical presence in the state where the buyer lives. the trump administration will join the argument in favor of online retailers being required to collect sales taxes everywhere.
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( darya ) coming up ... one movie stands tall to destroy the competition. we'll break down the weekend box office results after the break. (ácommercialá) no major hot spots. bay bridge
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at the box office. "rampage," starring dwayne johnson, destroyed the competition this weekend.it opened with 34-and-a-half million.the movie is about a rogue experiment that turn animals into giant monsters ... based on the arcade videogame of the 80's. ( james ) the horror film "a quiet place" was a close second.it made $32- point-six million dollars during its second weekend of release, bringing its domestic total bringing its release, bringing its domestic total to just under $100 million dollars in ten days of release. emily blunt and john krasinski ... who are both married in real life ... star in the thriller about a family hiding from creatures who hunt by sound. ( darya ) coming up in the next hour ... a car crashes into homes in the san francisco.will tran is standing by for a live ( darya ) and two men are
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in jail after trying to kidnap a woman. you'll hear from witnesses. ( darya ) plus ... a woman's body was found at an elementary school in napa. we'll have the latest coming up in the next hour. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) 7 inmates metastatic breast cancer is relentless, but i'm relentless too. mbc doesn't take a day off, and neither will i. and i treat my mbc with new everyday verzenio- the only one of its kind that can be taken every day. in fact, verzenio is a cdk4 & 6 inhibitor for postmenopausal women with hr+, her2- mbc, approved, with hormonal therapy, as an everyday treatment
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ask your doctor about everyday verzenio. ( will )will tran is live in san francisco where a car has crashed into two homes. ( lydia )and lydia is live at the oracle because the warriors won saturday. ( james ) and former
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fbi director james comey is breaking his silence and says president trump is morally unfit to be president. (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): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible over much of the region through
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this afternoon. dry and cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak, fast-moving system pushes through the region late wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. accident in san francisco nb 101 at silver blocking the two left lanes... no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. accident in san francisco nb 101 at silver blocking the two left lanes... (ááá2 shotááá)( darya )
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we're following breaking news this morning out of san francisco ... a car crashes into átwo homes near lake merced.( james ) kron 4's will tran is live at the scene with more. will?
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( darya ) in the north bay, police found a woman's body on the playground of an elementary school. the body was found at snow elementary in napa yesterday afternoon. officials say there was no officials say there was no school function before the body was found. police say there is no immediate threat to the community. parents of the school are being notified of the situation and school will be in session today. ( darya ) on the peninsula ... mountain view police arrest two men who they say tried to kidnap a woman. walter ramirez and guillermo
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perez of menlo park are in jail this morning. the attempted kidnapping happened on the 200 block of castro street on saturday morning. police say two men tried to shove a woman into their car ... then fired several rounds as her friends tried to help. a witness thinks one of the men is the victim's ex- boyfriend. ( darya ) police say the woman was not physically hurt in the attempted kidnapping. ( james ) also in the east bay.. the former minister convicted of child molestation has been sentenced to more than 34 years in prison. fernando maldonado was recently captured in mexico and brought back to the u-s last week. last year he was convicted on more than 20 sex abuse counts. police first arrested maldonado in 2016... after a teen told police he abused her when she
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was 13. the former pastor worked at the grace bible church in pleasant hill. ( james ) palo alto police are looking for a man who robbed a bank dressed like a constuction worker. this a survallience photo of that suspect. police say he demanded money with a gun tucked into his waistband. it happened friday afternoon at the comerica bank on lytton avenue. police say when the teller went to a back room, the suspect jumped over the counter and took money from an open drawer. ( james ) new this morning ... a woman is under arrest for stealing a cash donation box for a petaluma little league. this is an update to a story we first brought you last week. a sonoma sheriff's deputy found the woman on stony point road in rohnert park last night. the deputy recognized her as the woman from the surveillance video of the theft. deputies say she also had 2 separate warrants for theft. ( darya )a shooting on 580 eastbound shut down part of the highway saturday night..
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and the suspect is still on the loose. chp says one of their officers pulled someone over for a traffic stop... when nearly two dozens shots were fired by a passerby. fortunately no one was injured. ( darya ) chp doesn't ( darya )( darya ) chp doesn't believe the officer or the driver he had pulled over were the targets of the bullets. ( darya ) los angeles police have arrested a man on suspicion of murder in connection with a music studio fire that killed two people. the fire happened in universal city. police arrested a 28-year-old man
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after the fire at "top notch recordings". two other people were injured. firefighters say the building did not appear to have zoning permits for a music studio. ( james ) former fbi director james comey is breaking his silence about president trump. during an interview last night, comey says the president is morally unfit for the office. comey warned that if president trump ever tries to fire special counsel robert mueller, then it would be the president's most serious attack yet on the rule of law. comey said that it is possible the russians could have information on trump that could be used to compromise him. the white house is firing back saying comey has no credibility and is just trying to sell his book. president trump unleashed a series of tweets yesterday morning accusing comey of
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revealing classified information, suggesting he should go to jail. ( james ) a washington post poll shows that more 48- percent of americans believe comey. that's compared to 32-percent who trust the president. ( darya ) happening today... president trump's personal attorney will ask a judge to stop the fbi from looking through his records. the department of justice announced friday that michael cohen is under criminal investigation in regards to his business dealings. cohen has admitted to paying adult film actress stormy daniels 130-thousand dollars to keep quiet about an alleged affair with mr. trump before he became president. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... dozens of people turn out for to protest the u-s led strikes in syria. hear the message they are trying to get out. ( darya ) and...former first lady barbara bush is in failing health and won't seek further treatment. the
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story coming up. ( darya ) plus... a man is saved when his hotel room goes up in flames. ( anny ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. i'm jimmy dean and uh,
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isn't that sunrise somthin'? i honestly feel that way about jimmy dean sausage. get yourself a large chunk of that good morning feeling. boy, that smells good. mmm. check this out ...heavy snow falling in the sierra last night ... causing low visibility and car crashes.cal trans was working hard to clear the roads.the late april snow came as a surprise ... after a nice day saturday on the slopes. (darya)(james)( anny ) welcome back. lets get a check of weather this morning. (anny hong): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms
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will remain possible over much of the region through this afternoon. dry and cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak, fast-moving system pushes through the region late wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from
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( james ) billed as the largest gun show on the west coast... the "crossroads of the west" gun show made a stop in daly city. but they were met with protestors. kron four's philippe djegal has more. (philippe) among the gun owners who walked out of the cow palace with accessories for firearms... john buchter (book-turr) and his wife dixie.john buchter/gun owner- "look at uh, prices,
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looking for ammo and just trincates mostly too." before heading back home to san lorenzo... the buchter's passed a group of anti gun violence protestors. demonstrators whose rights to express themselves the buchter's fully support.john buchter/gun owner- "i understand what they say, but believe a lot of people are misinformed, i guess. they just go with emotions."dixie buchter/gun rights suppoter- "they're blaming the guns and not the person that's behind the gun. (john) yeah, to me it's like drunk driving. you don't blame the car -- it's a person driving the car." the contingent of protestors was small -- only about a dozen. they say the way they get their point across is not by shouting people down... but by having conversations.david gales/student- "we're hear to understand alternate points of view, and we're not necessarily here to indoctrinate -- to change those points of view." david gales is a junior at lick-wilmerding high school in san francisco. he's against state-owned and operated facilities like the cow palace hosting gun shows. he says the deadly parkland florida shooting in february partially inspired him to advocate against gun violence. david gales/student- "gun violence in america has escalated to the point where teachers and faculty and
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students are all fearing for their lives."nats- "i appreciate you coming." bob templeton owns crossroads of the west gun shows.bob templeton/gunshow owner- "i'm hopeful that we can find some common ground and that would be that there are people out there that really shouldn't have guns -- we just need to determine how we can make, figure out who those people are without infinging on the second amendment rights of law abding americans." in daly city, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( james ) police in the east bay are investigating a house fire that displaced six people. it happened on via san ardo near bockman road in san lorenzo on sunday evening. firefighters quickly put out the fire. officials say the fire started in a converted garage and spread to the home's attic. no injuries were reported. the red cross will assist the family with temporary housing. ( james )over the weekend president trump ordered bombings in syria ... and the act is not sitting well with some people in the bay area. protesters marched in oakland standing against what they
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consider military agression by the united states and its allies. the airstrikes were in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack in syria that left dozens dead. but protestors believe there's another reason for the strikes. ( james ) protestors wanting the bombings to stop say the attacks won't deter future use of chemical weapons by the assad regime. ( james ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... the debate about paying sales tax for online purchases continues... an update on where the issue is headed. ( james ) and next... an arrest at starbucks leads to boycotts and protests. now the chain's owner is apologizing. scalpel scalpel
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( darya ) calls to boycott starbucks are growing after two black men were arrested after they were asked to leave. ( james ) starbucks' c- e-o is apologizing but many are still calling on the company to change its policies. kim hutcherson has a closer look a the controversial arrest. the city of brotherly love.... now in the middle of a controversy. many calling for a starbucks boycott following this arrest. this now viral video shot inside a philadelphia-area starbucks shows two black men being handcuffed and taken away. men's friend: "what did they get called for? because
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they're two black guys sitting here meeting?"the man in the gray vest is a real estate investor.he's heard telling officers the men were waiting to meet with him to discuss a deal. the men's lawyer says they waited for for less than 15 minutes and did nothing wrong. lauren wimmer, attorney for men: "these people were doing what people do every single day they were having a meeting. they were undoubtedly singled out simply by their race. "philadelphia's police commissioner is defending the arrest. he says a starbucks employee called police to report a disturbance and accused the men of trespassing. richard ross, philadelphia police commissioner: "these officers did absolutely nothing wrong. they did a service that they were called to do."the men were released from custody at the police station after it became clear starbucks did not want to press charges. meanwhile, the video has sparked major reaction on social media-- with many calling for a starbucks boycott."what did they do? what did they do?"starbucks' is apologizing the men and customers, saying they quote ' clearly have more work to do when it comes to how we handle incidents in our stores."i'm kim hutcherson reporting.
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( james )protests started earlier this morning outside of the phildelphia starbucks. starbucks ceo kevin johnson says he wants to personally apologize to the men. (anny) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break. ( lydia )
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(anny hong): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible over much of the region through this afternoon. dry and cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak, fast-moving system pushes through the region late wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week. no major hot
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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 richmond less than 20 toll to 101 (ááá2 shotááá)( darya )( darya ) we continue to follow breaking news this morning out of san francisco ... a car crashes into átwo homes near lake merced.( james ) kron 4's will tran is live at the scene with more. will?
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( james ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( james ) in national news ... the health of the nation's oldest living first lady, barbara bush -- is in decline this morning. the 92 year old matriarch of the bush family has been in and out of the hospital several times over the the last year. she's been battling chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and congestive heart failure. bush reportedly doesn't want to go back to a hospital and is being cared for at her home in houston. she's
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been married to former president george herbert walker bush for 73 years. ( james ) the debate about paying sales tax on online purchases is heading to the u-s supreme court. retailers like amazon and walmart collect sales tax on all online sales in the 45 states with a statewide sales tax. many smaller retailers don't -- unless they have a physical presence in the state where the buyer lives. the trump administration will join the argument in favor of online retailers being required to collect sales taxes everywhere. ( darya ) happening today ... a town hall meeting is set to discuss illegal dumping in the city of oakland. the east oakland congress of neighborhoods has scheduled a public meeting at 6 p-m today. it will be at the st. anthony's school gym ... at the corner of east 15th street and 16th avenue. organizers say the purpose of the meeting is to ask that the city budget include money for more cleanup crews, inspectors and lighting.
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oakland mayor libby schaaf will be attending. ( james )(ááá2 shotááá) the warriors showed up and rolled over the spurs in game 1 ... and tonight is game 2 in oakland.( darya ) on saturday the warriors looked like they were in championship form ... even without steph curry. kron 4's lydia pantazas is live at oracle arena with more on tonights game. (ááálydiaááá) the warriors...were all over the spurs from the outset... went into halftime up 16 and didn't let up in the 2nd half leading by as many as 26. klay thompson led all scorers with 27-points... and javale mcgree was one of the unsung heroes...with 15. he was also a key factor in golden state's defense...as san antonio didn't have a single player score more than 15. warriors put together
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a 21-point blowout, but they know gregg popovich'sis already making changes in preparation for game 2 tonight. steph curry... the team says he is making progress nicely and will be re-evaluated saturday... game 4 is sunday... even if he's ready to go if the spurs are down 3-0 do they still sit him even if he's ready to go... < because human nature means that they're going to play harder than we are. so i've already warned our guys about that."""it's human nature, when you blow a team out the first game, to relax but we have to do the exact opposite
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because the spurs are one of the best teams at making adjustments." > ( james ) thanks lydia. ( james ) the warriors game will draw large crowds to the coliseum complex ... and an a's game will only cause more traffic.( darya ) they will be taking on the white
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sox at 7:05 ... so parking lots are expected to fill up lets now turn to robin winston for a look at how to beat tonights traffic around the coliseum. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... ...more california cities are siding with the trump administration and calling for an end to
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sanctuary city laws. the newest city to join the fight. ( james )plus scientists make a new discovery in a fish species and you have to see it to believe it... the reason they called the fish "game changer" -- after the break the savings are in full bloom at ross. if you're looking for an incredible selection of the
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less then 30 min from the maze to sf. acciden teb 80 potrero potrero ( darya ) and take a look at this -- scientists have made a game-changing discovery in a fish species ... and you need to see it to believe it!( james ) a university of kansas study found certain stonefish have a hidden switchblade on their face the bony, blade is
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located under the fish's eyes( darya ) evidence shows the fish can flick out the blade when they feel they are in danger experts say this changes the scientific understandings and classifications of 134 types of stonefish oh, and if this wasn't terrifying enough ... in addition to the newly-discovered blade, many stonefish are also extremely venomous (anny) and i'm tracking your morning forecast. what to expect as you head out the door right after the break.
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(james)(darya) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible will thunderstorms isolated showers and scattered (anny hong):
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(anny hong): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible over much of the region through this afternoon. dry and cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak, fast-moving system pushes through the region late
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wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week. (anny hong): scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will remain possible over much of the region through this afternoon. dry and cool conditions are likely for tuesday and into most of wednesday before a weak, fast-moving system pushes through the region late
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wednesday into early thursday. a drying and warming trend is then likely by late week.
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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
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( darya )new this morning ... 7 inmates are dead, and 17 more are injured after a prison brawl in south carolina. officals say multiple inmate fights broke out at the lee correctional institution last night. after hours of fighting... agents were finally able to secure the maximum security prison. the institution houses around 15-hundred inmates... including some of south carolina's most violent offenders. no officers were injured in the brawl. ( darya ) opposition is
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growing as local governments plan on joining president trump's lawsuit against california. the u-s justice department sued california last month over it's sanctuary state status. city leaders in los alamitos in orange county are scheduled to vote on a proposal today ... to exempt the community from the state law. san diego county board of supervisors are also meeting this week to consider joining the trump administration's lawsuit. ( james ) a hotel fire injured an elderly man in san francisco. the fire broke out at the europa hotel in the north beach neighborhood sunday morning. firefighters rescued a 70-year old man from the room where the fire started. he was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. no one else was hurt in the fire. ( darya ) the giants are having problems scoring runs and winning games. yesterday ... pitcher tyler beede ... made his 2nd start of the year and it was a
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memorable one for all the bad reasons. he exited in the fourth inning after giving up five runs on six hits and three walk in fact ... after the game ... he was sent back to the minor leagues. padres win 10-1...and take 3 out of 4 in the series. the giants take a break today ... before they take on the arizona diamondbacks tomorrow. ( james ) turning to the san jose sharks-- they return to the bay tonight with a two game lead over the anaheim ducks in round one of the playoffs. on saturday ... the sharks had 3 goals. sharks goalie martin jones had 55 saves and allowed only two goals. sharks beat the ducks 3-2. tonights game is at 7:30 in the shark tank. ( james ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... one of the most popular comfort foods was celebrated at the state capitol this weekend! a recap of the grilled cheese festival ... after the break.
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major hot spot eb 80 at carlson accident blocking the twi right lanes. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) over the weekend hundreds of people enjoyed sunshine and grilled cheese sandwiches.( darya ) the the sacramento grilled cheese festival pairs the childhood favorite with everything from craft beer to bounce houses. the weekend
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event offered unlimited grilled cheese tastings along with beer, wine and desserts for people 21 and up. guests were treated with live music, games and a free kid zone with face painting and balloon artists. americans eat more than two billion grilled cheese sandwiches each year.
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no major hot spot eb 80 at carlson. major hot spot eb 80 at carlson.
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