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(pam) a major investigation still in the early stages..... after a massive fire at an apartment complex under construction in concord. right now at ten: 260 residents are without their homes.(grant) demolition of the building begins tomorrow morning at 8. tomorrow begins the building demolition of the building begins tomorrow morning at 8. it's still uncelar how the fire started. crews have been working all day to put out hot spots, as the building continues to building continues to smolder.
(pam)right now: the (pam) right now: the (pam)right now: the heavy equipment that will take down the building... is being brought in and setup. (grant) kron 4's hermela aregwak talked with a family who was evacuated from the building across the street. hermela...where is this family staying? (pam) (pam) only on
kron 4... a deadly party drug has made its way into the bay area. and has taken the life of a san bruno teen. (grant) tonight: his mom wants to warn other parents. kron 4's j-r stone spoke with her tonight.. and is live in san bruno.jr-- what is in this drug that makes it so dangerous? (j.r.)well this 18 year old bought xanax that was laced wtih fetanyl. the most deadly drug right now in america. the 18 year old who died graduated from peninsula high school here in san bruno last year. you can see the school behind me. his mother described what happened.they were up late playing video games until 2 in the morning...they all woke up and
he didn't18-year-old david ochoa died in february of this year. his mom says that they noticed he was using pills months prior to this but they did get david involved in an outpatiend program but it didn't work and he took at least one pill that was laced fetanyl. possibly 4 or 5. this isn't a unique to his case. we've seen similar deaths in san francisco, petaluma, and san bruno just to name a few. fetanyl is involved in the most amount of drug overdoses in the country...more than 6 per 100- thousand people. he didn't stand a chance nobody stands a chance against fetanyl...you take it and that's it...the other thing that eats at me is that i miss him and i'm never going to see him again in real life.(j.r.)it's unclear where david got the xanax that was laced. one of his friends that i talked with today said it is very easy to get xanax at only goes for 5 dollars a pill. another said she had been addicted to it as well.
it is just something that has impacted so many lives. (pam) a big story we are following.. the man suspected as the golden state killer ... arrested. 72- year-old joseph james deangelo .... is believed to have comitted multiple rapes and murders that spanned over two decades. now in a story.... that is all new at ten: a well-known comedian and actor is crediting his late wife with the capture.. he says she
inside edition's jim moret explains. (pam)authorities say new cutting edge d-n-a techology is playing a key role in solving the case. (grant) and tonight, we're hearing from more of the rape victims. kay recede spoke with a woman...who was only 13 years old when she was attacked. she had been a victim — now sheús a survivor of the east area rapist.in 1977 margaret wardlow was 13 years old when she says she was tied up... then raped by a masked man at her home on la riviera drive in sacramento...wardlow recalled the moment she was attacked over the phone. (wardlow)'this is a joke, right? and he just said this isnút a joke, this isnút a joke. i said quit joking a couple of times. i realized this isnút a joke. this is most likely the east area rapist.'now, sheús become an advocate for other victims...
sharing her story of survival for the 12 people who were killed by the man police say is former auburn police officer joseph deangelo... (wardlow)'totally thrilled. iúm so excited.''so happy for my friends who need this closure.'the east area rapist also claimed the lives of cheri domingo and her boyfriend greg sanchez... at the time, investigators say the couple was severely beaten to death in their santa barbara county home in 1981 wardlow was the 27th victim of the east area rapist... she believes it was her defiance that kept her alive(wardlow) 'as soon as i could say, i donút care, he said, shut up, shut up, shut up, you know. he couldnút get a word in edgewise.' (pam) our coverage of the suspected serial killer arrest continues at kron-4 dot com. there you can find a timeline of events related to this case. the list of alleged crimes of 'the golden state killer'. and what neighbors had to say about the bizarre behavior they noticed by the suspect. all at kron-4 dot com
(grant) in the south bay.... san jose police have arrested this man -- in connection to an alleged gang-related killing. police say jay vasquez was wanted as a suspect in the murder of gilroy resident -- jason contreras. witnesses told officers that vasquez was arguing with contreras before contreras was found with multiple gunshot wounds last year. officials made the arrest during a recent surveillance operation. lawrence karnow: we started with clouds but became mostly sunny except at the coast. it is a little breezy outside and the temperatures will cool quickly. it's all quiet on the doppler radar but that could change as we head into the weekend. on the satellite you can see low pressure spinning off the coast. that low will eventually aproach the bay area this weekend leading to increasing clouds, cooler temperatures and a slight chance of showers mainly to the north. for tomorrow we will start with patchy fog and
low clouds. it will slowly burn back to the coast revealing sunshine and cooler temperatures. highs will be in the 60s to low 70s inland with 60s inside the bay. it will be cooler at the coast with highs there in the 50s. the cooling trend will take us right into the weekend too. temperatures will be running below average through this period. there is a slight chance of showers with partly cloudy skies on saturday too. warmer weather will retuirn in the middle of next week. the ex-girlfriend of 49ers linebacker rueben foster is changing her story...now saying foster did not attack her.. the santa clara d-a's office has charged foster with domestic violence...for an incident involving elissa ennis...that happened february 11th. the attorney for elissa ennis now says ennis can prove
her injuries were not caused by foster..but the result of a fight with another woman.her attorney says there is video of the fight. earlier this week 49ers general manager john lynch said the team would release foster if the assault allegations were true.foster is not participating in the team's offseason program. (pam) dramatic video of a 16-year- old girl being slammed to the ground by a school resource officer. the questions about the students actions... before the interaction. a popular san francisco e- cigaratte company is taking action. how it is trying to keep their product out of the hands of kids. (pam) in a bay area county.. a proposal to serve better justice for rape victims. what action some officials are taking.... to make sure rape kits don't go untested.
(pam) in the south bay -- community leaders donned their denim today -- as part of an effort to help victims of rape.(grant) kron four's rob fladeboe reports on a call to help the county's sexual assault response team do its job. cindy chavez/santa clara county supervisor "...we're going to treat you with respect all along the line..." santa clara county supervisor cindy chavez is talking about the sexual assault or rape kits like this one, which can sit untested in the crime lab for as long as three months while victims wait for justice. cindy chavez "....we've got a great crime lab here, we think we can do it faster and
by doing it faster it's one more way to tell victims that we understand your trauma, we respect you and we're going to get on this as quick as we can..."reducing the current backlog of 200 such kits awaiting tests could mean adding three new crime lab technicians and forming a team which would test rape kits exclusively.jay boyarsky/chief assistant district attorney ".....we are also developing a specific policy for the crime lab that specifies priority assessment and calls for the testing of all start kits within 30 days..."it's not just about evidence. faster testing is seen as a way to demnstrate respect and acknowledge the trauma of the victim by making it a priority, which could mean more victims will report these crimestanis crosby/ywca rape crisis center "....we have got to make certain that they have every choice available, every choice possible and if you don't think your rape kit is going to be processed in a timely manner, your choices are removed...."the call to action on rape kits coincides with national denim day. it was inspired by the overturnng of a rape conviction in italy where the court held that because a rape victim wore tight jens, she must have helped her rapist take them off, thereby implying consent. cindy chavez "....we want to
encourage everyone in our community, not just women, to wear denim and have a conversation with their families both about what consensual sex means, about sexual assault awareness and about helping the victims of this horriffic crime.in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news a live look outside lawrence has the forecast lawrence karnow: we started with clouds but became mostly sunny except at the coast. it is a little breezy outside and the temperatures will cool quickly. it's all quiet on the doppler radar but that could change as we head into the weekend. on the satellite you can see low pressure spinning off the coast. that low will eventually aproach the bay area this weekend leading to increasing clouds, cooler temperatures and a slight chance of showers mainly to
the north. for tomorrow we will start with patchy fog and low clouds. it will slowly burn back to the coast revealing sunshine and cooler temperatures. highs will be in the 60s to low 70s inland with 60s inside the bay. it will be cooler at the coast with highs there in the 50s. the cooling trend will take us right into the weekend too. temperatures will be running below average through this period. there is a slight chance of showers with partly cloudy skies on saturday too. warmer weather will retuirn in the middle of next week.
(pam) the highest court in the land... hearing arguments for áandá against one of the most controversial moves of the trump administration: the travel ban. (grant)this latest version limits immigration from several muslim majority countries -- as well as north korea and from venezuela. camila bernal has the latest from washington. at the supreme court wednesday, the government argued president trump's ban
is crucial to national security .opponents said that it represents executive overreach, lacks justification - and unconstitutionally bans muslims based on their religion.at the heart of their case -- the president's own words from the campaign:neal katyal/argued against travel ban: today the supreme court decided to hear a fundamental question about our times which is can we have a president that says in the terms he has things like a complete and total shutdown of muslim immigration should happen in our united states. the justices took turns questioning. voice of justice elena kagan/supreme court justice: so let's say in some future time, a president gets elected who is a vehement anti-semite. and says all kinds of denigrating comments about. what emerges is a proclamation that says "no one shall enter from israel"voice of justice samuel alito/supreme court justice: if you looked at the ten countries with the most muslims, exactly one, iran, would on that list of the top ten,in a crucial moment -- justice anthony kennedy -- who could be the key swing vote -- seemed to express more sympathy for the president's
position voice of justice anthony kennedy/supreme court justice: i thought it had to be re-examined every 180 days. neal katyal/argued against travel ban: no, that's not what it says. it says there is a report that has to come in at 180 days and nothing happens at the end of the report.voice of justice anthony kennedy/supreme court justice: that indicates there will be a reassessment.outside the court-- passionate views from demonstrators noah gottschalk, senior policy advisor/ oxfam america: one of the things that's particularly concerning is that at a time when we have more refugees than ever before in the world the trump administration is slamming the door."in washington, i'm camila bernal. (pam) an operations failure. that is what one son is calling delta airlines... after staff tied his disabled mother in to a wheelchair. (grant) two men used candy...trying to lure a young boy into their van.why neighbors are praising the boy's parents.
to two new stations in pittsburg and antioch...will debut with a ribbon-cutting and free preiview rides. it's happening may 25th on slatten road in the new antioch station. and a day later... regular service will begin to the new stations...from a transfer point at the pittsburg/bay point station. bart will have tours to show off the new "fleet of the future" trains. (pam) popular san francisco e-cigaratte company- juul says, it will support state and federal initiatives to raise the minimum age to at least 21... to buy tobacco products. this... after the f-d-a tightned its oversight over juul products. parents and school administrators have been complaining for months ... about children using the company's e-cigarattes. juul looks a little like a small flash drive .. and some high school students say, that makes it easier to use discreetly. juul has also pledged an initial investment of $30 -million... dedicated
to independent research... and youth and parent education. (grant) youtube wants to give parents the option of letting humans -- not computer algorithms - select shows for their children to watch. updates begin rolling out tomorrow after complaints that a kid-focused app...you tube kids... hasn't been doing a good job of filtering out disturbing content. youtube launched the toddler- oriented app in 20-15. it's been criticized by child advocates for its commercialism and for failures in its automated screening. the new overhaul will let parents make choices - instead of depending on the screening process. the screening process. (pam) facebook's series of scandal do not seem to be affecting their bottom line. as advertisers continue to flock to the site in droves. it appears both users and
advertisers have shrugged off the facebook scandals despite a "delete facebook" campaign...both daily and monthly user numbers have gone up. and facebook's revenue soared 49 perecent to 12-billion dollars in the first three months of the year. more than 1 point four billion people check facebook at least once a day. a 13 percent jump from last year. (pam) coming up: a creative teacher found a way to keep her classroom door closed in the case of emergencies. how the simple device works.. and who is now on board. (grant) our stanley roberts explains how this problem is going down hill. (pam) dash camera captured a desperate moment. good samartians helped out.. saving a pregnant women and pedestrians stuck under the crash. to move california forward,
we need to help more californians get ahead. that's why antonio villaraigosa brought both parties together to balance the state budget with record investments in public schools... and new career training programs. as mayor of la, he brought police and residents together to get illegal guns off the streets and keep kids out of gangs, and on the right path. that's antonio villaraigosa. a governor for all of california. (grant) in the east bay...
a man tried to kidnap a mother who was walking down the street with her young child.(pam) this happened over the weekend in fremont, right by steven millard elementary school. kron 4's justine waldman tells us, police just arrested a teenager in the case. tiffany sot to hear something like that over hear it is not good it is scaryneighbors nerves are on edgeon sunday, a 35 year old mother was walking with her toddler here on valpey park ave. and butano park drive whenfremont police
tell kron 4 news, a man saying he was lost parked his car and handed the woman his phone asking for directions. when she was holding the phone, the suspect then allegedly pointed a gun at her, and demanded she and her child get in the car.but she ran away, and called police. mary sot i dont like to see someone get away with something like thisto find the suspect fremont police relied heavily on neighbors security camerasand tracked this car leaving the area.on sunday, the investigation lead officers to this 19 year old. alex arriola of fremont, he has very distinctive long hair. police arrested him on two counts of attempted kidnapping, one count felony child endangerment and possession of a loaded firearm. michael sot something like that here in fremont is a little disturbingthe suspect is in jail on 275-thousand dollars bail.even with him behind bars, neighbors are rethinking walking alone. tiffany brooks-dumont/ fremont sot usually i allow my daughter to play in the front yard but i dont think i will do that anymore pretty much be more observant than i was beforemichael sot i dont think it is unsafe but it is not as safe as it used to bemary sot i am glad they caught the guy and our neighborhood goes back to being the nice neighborhood that it was justine waldman
fremont police want to know if the suspect is connected to other attempted kidnapping cases.in fremont justine waldman kron 4 news. (pam) news. (pam) santa rosa police are warning parents about two men who tried luring a child with candy. investigators say, it happened yesterday afternoon. the suspects were spotted on brush creek road, between badger road and fistor drive around 4-30. police say, two white men in their 30-s to 40-s ... were in a black van when they approached a 10 -year old.. and offered him candy. the boy refused... the van eventually drove off. but the incident has neighbors shaken.
neighborhood. a lot of good families here and everything. the school right down the street so, i don't know it was just kind of alarming just to know that's going on.">(pam) the make and model of the van are not known right now. but the child described the vehicle as a work style van with silver trim around the windows and grill. (grant) another airline in damage control mode tonight: this time after a wheelchair mistake. maria (sal-e- gas) saliagas was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis five years ago...making it hard for her to sit up in a chair on her own. but when she flew to amsterdam earlier this month, delta employees couldn't find a wheelchair with straps so they with straps so they improvised... tying her to a chair with a blanket, leaving bruises on her arms. her family says they're disappointed by the lack of disability services promised by delta.nathan saliagas/son: "i definitely know that they're a good airline, i'm not doubting that at all. but in this specific situation, there was no
courtesy, no respect. there was complete operations failure." delta has since reached out and offered the saliagas family 20-thousand free sky-miles. but the family wants to see changes to the airline's disability policy. (pam) body camera footage shows, a florida school resource officer .... slamming a female student to the ground. the incident was also captured by another student. but as corey davis reports, the officer may have just been doing his job. you're looking from the vantage point of a school resource officer at sunlake high school tuesday. the cafeteria filled with students... but we're told one of them was skipping an online class... refusing to leave with administrators. officer: hello, what's going on.girl: i was told i'm going to be handcuffed.officer: well come on out here and talk to me for a second.the officer can be heard asking the 16-year-old girl several more times to
come outside. officer: you're on video right now and right now you're disrupting everything that's going on." nearly a minute later the girl stands up then raises her arm. girl: "oh, no you want to touch me. i'm not going to hurt you."natstake another look at that again. girl: oh, no you want to touch me. i'm not going natsbefore we requested this body cam video... a short cell phone clip showing the take down was passed around online leaving a lot of questions. natsnatalie cruz, student: "she didn't listen to three teachers and a cop and then it looked as if she tried to hit him. you're going to get in trouble. you're probably going to get taken down and cuffed." (pam) the student's mother says, she suffered a concussion in the incident. the pasco county sheriff is defending the resource officer saying, he did what he was trained to do. he says detectives tried to speak to the student's family, but they refused. (pam)dramatic video coming to us from north carolina. a kayaker was rescued today after he got stuck on a river. the man was stuck against logs and other debris in the south fork catawba river in charlotte.the debris had piled up near the armstrong ford road bridge.firefighters used
a ladder to get a rope to the partially-submerged man to keep him from going under.then they used a boat to get him to safety. the kayaker was loaded into an ambulance and taken to the hospital. (grant)today one of the largest homeless encampments in san francisco was cleared out.this comes a few days after san francisco mayor mark farrell warned that this homeless sweep could happen at any time. as kron4's haaziq madyun reports...the time is now. removed from the street, placed in a truck and hauled away, crushed by a mobile trash compactor or packed up and carried away on your own. those were the options for people living in an encampment on division street in san franciscosotkelley cutler/san francisco coalition on homelessness: "the city did massive sweeps"human rights organizer with the san francisco coalition on homelessness kelley cutlersot earlier this week san francisco mayor mark farrell warned that sidewalk encampments in the mission district were targeted for
removal. the city's public works department did the removingsot cutler says she agrees with making public spaces safe. however she does not think this is the best way to go about itsotthe city provided homeless resource information listing where to find shelters and free meals. department of public works officials say anyone wanting to get back their personal belongings, has 90-days from the date it was collected to do so. you will find those items here at the d-p-w operations yard on cesar chaves street...in san francisco haaziq madyun
lawrence karnow: we started with clouds but became mostly sunny except at the coast. it is a little breezy outside and the temperatures will cool quickly. it's all quiet on the doppler radar but that could change as we head into the weekend. on the satellite you can see low pressure spinning off the coast. that low will eventually aproach the bay area this weekend leading to increasing clouds, cooler temperatures and a slight chance of showers mainly to the north. for tomorrow we will start with patchy fog and low clouds. it will slowly burn back to the coast
revealing sunshine and cooler temperatures. highs will be in the 60s to low 70s inland with 60s inside the bay. it will be cooler at the coast with highs there in the 50s. the cooling trend will take us right into the weekend too. temperatures will be running below average through this period. there is chance of showers with skies on saturday too. warmer weather will retuirn in the middle of next week. (pam) new at (pam) new at ten: school safety is on the minds of many in this country, due to recent mass shootings nationwide. now one teacher in kansas says, she has created a simple way to keep her classroom safe. matt flener explains how the students tested it out.
(grant) dramatic new video tonight.... involving real heroes. dash camera footage captured a desperate moment on a washinton, d.c. street...and as heather graf report...a potential tragedy was averted. --supers--tuesdaywashington --lead in--sometimes a crisis brings out the best in people. after a serious auto accident in washington d-c, a group of bystanders join forces to help rescue two people trapped under a car.heather graf reports. --reporter pkg-as follows--car parts... and a broken pair of eyeglasses left behind on the sidewalk show the aftermath of tuesday's chain reaction crash in northwest washington:natsa dash cam video from a cab driver parked on 9th street shows the moment of impact: the air bags of this silver chevy malibu deploy as it jumps the curb ...then a woman climbs out of the passenger seat to check on her eight year old son riding in the back.she didn't want to be identified but had this to say about the scary ordeal.mos/no name given"i'm six months pregnant, we ran over people - two women were stuck under the car. i'm glad there were enough people out here to physically lift the car to get them from under it."that heroic effort from bystanders
was also caught on camera: a crowd of them, working together to free two people trapped beneath the car.mos"so everyone is like get the car get the car so 20 of us ran and grabbed the malibu and picked up the malibu to get the person that was under malibu from under the car."d-c police say it all started when this pickup truck cut the malibu off while making a lefthand turn:mos/no name given "he was one hundred percent at fault."but it's how this accident ended that will now be remembered: the victims, sustained serious injuries, but survived, thanks to the kindness of strangers who rushed to help: and showed us all the best of humanity at work. -----end----- cnn.script----- --keyword tags-- --keyword cnn.script----- -----end----- cnn.script----- --keyword tags--washington good deed car sd 16:9 ntsc requested successfully! alphanumeric characters only. (grant) in all 4 pedestrians were injured in the crash. all were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. d.c.. poloce say there was no indication that the accident was intentional. coming uphonestly i see a lot of bad behavior, i see a lot of reckless driving, i've seen people plow right into a crowd of pedestrians...there isn't a whole lotta love for the motorized scooters that were dropped on san francisco but some people are taking their
on the corner of 19th and harrison sits a bird scooter it looks normal, however, there is something missing can you spot it? (traffic sound) less than a block away sits two more scooters one i can easily roll away without any problem nats: ambiance and the other, the wheel locks and (alarm sound) the alarm goes off . the problem is people are vandalizing the scootersmaking them either inoperable or free to use case in point scooters have a quick response code on top they look like this the one at 19th and harrison had the qr code removed making the scooter dead in the water nats: ambiance speaking about dead in the water this is a photo from fisherman's wharf, where divers were looking for one thing but found two scooters, which were tossed in the bay .. let's face it some people simply don't like the scooters but why honestly i see a lot of bad behavior, i see a lot of reckless driving, i've seen people plow right into a crowd
of pedestrians it would be a hard sell for me to think that would be a good thing the pedicabs have a reason to not like the scooters it's taking money out their pockets but i try not to let that cloud my judgement too much over on market street there are two more scooters one is taking a nap and the other is missing its handle bars and the wires are cut then there is the other thing for some reason people have been using the scooters as a bathroom . you can't make this stuff up nats: ambiance there is one more thing public works workers have been finding gutted scooter inside homeless encampments and like this one the entire gps module has been removed to prevent tracking first there was no love for the ford go bikes but now the hate has been redirected to the scooters . you gotta love the bay area in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news
a huge development on the reuben foster domestic violence story today... foster's former girlfriend... elissa ennis... who accused him of dragging and punching her durung an incident in february...has recanted her story... now saying no such thing occurred her attorney said... that foster did not strike her... injure her... or threaten her.... and that ennis' injuries were the result of a physical fight with another woman... and they can prove it with video evidence foster is charged foster is charged domestic violence and assault weapons felonies... there has been no comment from the d.a's office or the 49ers yet
the legend of lebron james... grew even more tonight... pivital game five of a 2-2 series against the indiana pacers... pacers ball with seconds left in a tie game... james with a great brock on victor oladipo... cavs get ball and lebron calls time out with 3 lebron calls time out with 3 seconds left then on the inbounds... james catches... rises... and fires in the game-winning 3- pointer at the buzzer... he had 44 points, 10 rebounds, 8 assists and was 15-of-15 from the line cleveland wins 98-95... they take a 3-2 series lead... and can advance to the 2nd round with a win friday in indiana(wipe to jazz- thunder) meanwhile... russell westbrook and the oklahoma city thunder... 25 points down
in the 3rd quarter and facing elimination but they make up that 25 points all in the 3rd... westbrook's 3-pointer tied it at 78... he had 20 oin the 3rd and in the 4th... the thunder pull away... westbrook... 45 points, 15 rebounds, 7 assists... paul george added 34 points final score...107-99 final score...107-99 thunder... they still trail in the series 3-2... game 6... friday in utahin utahgame 6... friday the series 3-2... still trail in the series 3-2... game 6... friday in utah we've known for a while who the warriorswould play in the second round of the playoffs... now we know when... as least for game 1... they take on the new orleans pelicans saturday night at oracle arena... tipping off right around 7:30 pm... the 6th-seeded pelicans have suddenly pelicans have suddenly become formiddable... sweeping the portland trail blazers kay blazers kay thompson talked about the
pelicans... and head coach alvin was an assitant with the warriors when they won the nba title three seasons ago(sot: warriors) "i mean alvin has got those guys playing at an amazing pace, very up-tempo. jrue holiday is looking like ... an all-nba type of point guard ... he can defend and run the team. i've seen anthony davis i've seen plenty of highlights of what he's doing this postseason ... its amazing. so that's going to be a huge challenge for us and i could go on and on." the red-hot a's come in to tonight with 9 wins in their last 10 games... chilly nighti n texas... as oaland looks for a 3-game sweep of the rangers top 3rd... scoreless... khris davis... deep drive to right... and it's gone for a 2- run home run... 2-0 a's... davis' 7th homer of the season bottom 5h... now tied 2-2... isiah kiner-falefa... with the bloop single off kendall graveman... the eventual game-winnng run scores... 3-2 rangers... good outting for graveman... however... 6 ip, 3 runs, 7 srike outs but the a's lose... final of (wipe to giants) giants-nationals... mac
williamson... took the day off... as did buster posey top 1st... the nats get to jeff samardzija right away... andrew stevenson... goes deep to left and over the head of gregor blanco... 2 runs score... 3-0 nationals bottom 4th... 3-1 nats... matt adams... takes samardzija out to right field for a 3-run home run... 6-1 nats... samardzija... 3 2/3 ip, 8 hits, 6 runs... in his 2nd start of the season final... 15-2 nationals... giants still win 2-pof-3 in the series... next up... they host the dodgers for four games starting friday night (weather) coming up seven
doppler radar but that could change as we head into the weekend. on the satellite you can see low pressure spinning off the coast. that low will eventually aproach the bay area this weekend leading to increasing clouds, cooler temperatures and a slight chance of showers mainly to the north. for tomorrow we will start with patchy fog and low clouds. it will slowly burn back to the coast revealing sunshine and cooler temperatures. highs will be in the 60s to low 70s inland with 60s inside the bay. it will be cooler at the coast with highs there in the 50s. the cooling trend will take us right into the weekend too. temperatures will be running below average
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