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and im grant lodes.today- a federal judge in san francisco ruled - ricardo mercado can be released on bond.kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke to his wife.. and joins us live in the newsroom with that story. hermela, why was he finally allowed to go home? (hermela aregawi)the judge decided that mercado was not a danger to society.. and that he's not a flight risk.he has a wife and three kids under the age of 11.. who haven't seen him at home since he was swept up by ice last july. 38 year old ricardo mercado is coming homethe undocumented immigrant was was swept up by ice last july as his wife was sleeping.he was on his way to work. lilia perez/ice detainee's wifehe's coming and he come to help me. he come to enjoy the kids. especially him, the little one, he don't know who's his dad. right now he say papa to everybody. he don't have any clear idea who's his dad. mercado has been living in the bay area for nearly two decades.he works at a coffee shop and has two young girls and a little boy who's not two yet. lilia perez/ice detainee's wifethey
cry, especially the bigger, she knows what's going on. she cry a lot and she's like mommy, what that happen to my dad? i don't have any answers for her mercado has been ordered to leave the country twice and has a dui from 2006.. but otherwise has no criminal history.his lawyer is trying to get him a u-visa which is given to people who have helped law enforcement. mercado once tipped off oakland police.. to alleged child abuse at his daughter's day care.his case is still in limbo but he'll be able to fight for his status while home with his family. lilia perez/ice detainee's wifeoh my god i can tell you. very very happy. (hermela aregawi)his wife has to pay a 5-thousand dollar bond before he can come home.she's hoping to be able to do that tomorrow. live in the newsroom hermela aredgawi kron 4 news (hermela aregawi)decided that mercado was to society.. not a flight he has a wife under the age haven't seen since he was last july.ricardo coming home undocumented was swept up as his wife was he was on his detainee's wifehe's coming and me. he come to especially him, don't know who's he say papa to don't have any his dad.
mercado has the bay area decades.coffee shop young girls boy who's not detainee's wifeespecially the knows what's a lot and she's what that happen don't have any mercado has to leave the and has a dui otherwise has history.his lawyer is him a u-visa to people who law mercado once oakland alleged child daughter's day his case is still in limbo but he'll be able to fight for his status while home with his family. ( grant ) police in the north bay are investigaing a brutal home invasion in santa rosa that happened in sight of an elementary school...within the last couple of hours... investigators wrapped up this scene. several homes have been robbed in sonoma county since february... this one happened this morning around 9-30 on primrose court. kron4 j-r stone is in the north bay with new video and details on what happened. (j.r.)one of the two victims involved in this case was tied up and robbed of the marijuana they were growing on their property. there have now been around half a dozen cases like this in the county but one neighbor i talked with said this should send a message to the victim.she was dealing near a school and shouldn't do that....the home invasion happened wednesday morning but wednesday night a search warrant was served where this home invasion happened. look at the bags of evidence that
detectives walked out with. it appears marijuana was in some of those bags. a sgt. tells me the home invasion happened at around 9:30 in the morning. one robber came in through the front door the other came in through the back door. at least one of the two people inside where tied up and robbed at gunpoint. fortunately those victims are okay. authorities say the motive here was marijuana. grow permits are legal in sonoma county but it doesn't appear as though the homeowner had one. as to why this type of crime continues to happen...deputies are looking into many leads and one in particular.they come from other states, steal, ship it back to the state where it is illegal so they can sell it. the suspects were described as tall and hispanic in their 30's. driving a large gray newer van with the rear window and a roof rack. reporting in santa rosa, j.r. stone kron 4 news.
(pam) more employers are taking what once would have been a radical step. they are dropping marijuana from the drug tests of prospective employees. marijuana testing has been a fixture at large american employers .... for at least 30 - years. but experts say, marijuana testing would exclude too many potential workers... at a time when filling jobs is more challenging. (grant) some parents in the east bay are outaged tonight over proposed sex ed curriculum meant for kids starting in 4th grade. starting in 4th grade. those parents packed a meeting in fremont to sound off.. many say the content is too sexual for those young kids. kron 4's ali reid joins us live from the
meeting, where more than 200 parents signed up to speak. ali, is a decision on this issue going to be made tonight? the district has to make some sort of decision tonight.they can adopt the curriculum as is, make modifications, or reject it completely and search for another program that works for everyone.pkgthe majority of parents in this room aren't saying they're opposed to sex ed. what they're opposed to ..... is the proposed curriculum. they believe it's too graphic.one of the scenarios was 2 girls and they decided to make out with each other. and one of the girls already tried a few male partners. and one day when their parents weren't home, they decided to try sex with each otherunlike many other districts, fremont unified chooses to teach sex ed to 4th graders. and because of that, the law mandates that additional components need to be added to their sex and puberty education .need to talk about gender identity and sexual orientation, sterotyping, and other things that weren't included in the
previous law.some parents are all for it "as is"they need this to prevent bullying so that children who are not heterosexual do not get bullied by children who the silence and shame approach isn't working.others stronly oppose they don't understand the consequence.i'm concerned about this curriculum because it endorcces a lot of irresponsible sexual behaviors. standup the school superintendent tells me there is an opt-out clause where parents can take their children out of one or all of the classes.as for the proposed curriculum, the board has 5 members. they need 3 to pass board policy or curriculum guide.reporting live in fremont ... ali reid ...kron 4 news.
(pam) in the north bay... a napa man accused of exposing himself to children ... is now facing child pornography and molestation charges. we first told you about the arrest of ronald fryer last week. he is accused of exposing himself near oran court... as children walked past him on their way to school. after that arrest... police searched fryer's home and say they found a large amount of child pornography. officers also say, their investigation led them to believe fryer had been molesting children he knew ... for several decades. (grant) another big story tonight... the first death has been reported in a national e- coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce. and the victim is from california. federal health officials would not say where in the state the person lives...but here's what we know tonight... 121 other people in 25 states have been sickened.
14 of them suffering kidney failure. the outbreak is linked to romaine lettuce grown in yuma, arizona... an area that provides most of the romaine sold in the u-s during the winter. e-coli can be life- threatening, especially for the elderly, the very young and immune-compromised people, such as cancer patients the c-d-c's advice... don't eat or buy romaine lettuce unless you can confirm it is not from the yuma, arizona region. ( pam ) a warning about certain oysters to tell you about tonight. california officials say, about 100- people have contracted norovirus in the past week..... from eating raw oysters from british columbia.. canada. the state department of health put out the warning. the agency says, there is a possible risk of illness from consuming oysters ... harvested in south and central baynes sound. canada has reported more than 170- cases of norovirus. lawrence karnow: high pressure
brought sunshine and warm temperatures to the bay area today. low clouds and fog lingered at the coast to keep temperatures much cooler and in the 50s and 60s. it is breezy again tonight especially near the coast. low clouds and fog will begin to move back into the bay and coast tonight and we could even see some coastal drizzle. doppler radar is showing a few more showers over the sierra and even a couple of snowflakes over the highest peaks. on the satellite you can see the low pressure center moving (pam) tonight, federal aviation investigators have released video from an s-f-o tower camera ... showing a dangerous situation from last july... you might remember, the july incident at s-f-o, when an air canada plane almost landed on the wrong spot... in this video you can see the planes' lights.... as it comes in for a landing, before the pilots realize the mistake.. the video has just been released by the national transportation safety board... we will show it to you again ...
the plane comes dangerously close to a taxi- way ... where there were four fully loaded jets... the air canada airliner then suddenly swoops upward... when the pilots see they are 'not' looking at the correct runway. meantime, the f-a-a has determined, three of five close calls in the last 16- months at s-f-o .... have been because of pilot error. that includes incidents where planes lined up for the wrong runways or taxi-ways. (grant) today: the federal today: the federal aviation administration announced that pilot error was to blame for 3 of 5 close calls involving planes at s-f-o over the past months.this is a live picture from the airport. one of those cases remains under investigation .... and the f-a-a says, in the .... and the f-a-a says, in the fifth case, air traffic controllers were to blame.kron 4's charles clifford is live tonight near s-f-o with measures the airport is taking to reduce the chances of these close calls...charles this is sfo surveillance video
from july 7th 2017. . on the right hand side of the screen you can see an air canada jet on approach to land when it flies right over the top of four aircraft waiting to take off. fortuantly the plane pulls up just in time.. this particualr incident is still under investigation.but in three other cases the f-a-a concluded pilot error was to blame. in december 2016, a skywest pilot landed on the wrong runway and narrowly missed hitting another plane. in october of last year, another air canada crew almost landed on a plane waiting to take off but was alerted at the last moment. and earlier this year an aeromexico flight was ordered to abort a landing because it was about to strike a plane on the ground. the f-a-a did conclude that in one case late last year, an air traffic controller mistakenly cleared a jet to land on a runway where a virgin america plane was watiting to take off. fortuantly, they were able to correct the error in
time.now, sfo officials say that they have made safety improvements at the airport including adding lights along the runways, upgrading the ground radar system, and closing a problematic taxiway. they also released a statement today saying that safety is our highest priority, and sfo has a safety culture focused on continuous improvement and collaboration. collaboration. improvement and continuous improvement and collaboration. (grant) the puerto rico national guard says nine of its crew members were killed today when a military cargo plane nose-dived into a georgia highway. this surveillance video of the plane's final moments comes from a business located near the crash site. you can see the w-c-130 plane falling
out of the sky and heading straight to the ground. the plane was flying from savannah, georgia, to tucson, arizona on its final military flight when it went down shortly after takeoff.the plane was scheduled to be decommissioned once it arrived in arizona.the cause of the crash remains under investigation. (pam) new at ten: at least eight police officers were hurt after a barn exploded in connecticut. police say, at the time of the explosion, they were negotiating with a man who had taken his wife hostage. right now- officials say, none of the officers has life threatening injuries and that the condition of the suspect and his wife... are unknown. residents nearby said, the explosion shook their homes and several small explosions could be heard for hours. the investigationg is on-going. (pam) coming up: a person focused on their computer work at a coffee shop... targeted by thieves... how good samartians jumped into action.. and what happened next. (grant)nearly 60-thousand new
that means just under 40- million people live here now... and one of the fastest growing cities in the state is newark. kron4's maureen kelly tells us why that alameda county city is now so popular. (maureen)i'm standing in the middle of one of the reasons that newark made this list in the first place.it's one of several developments being built in an area called bayside newarkthe city's deputy community development director is holding up the plan for this area.....you can see how it's been carved up into several sections... it has several communities in it in total 2500 homes were approved and just now you're seeing those homes are being built and occupied quickly and at least from what we've heard from the developers building the communities the homes are selling very very quickly that's probably due to the increase in jobs related to the internet companies around here here's the signs pointing the way to all of the things newark is close to....it's proximity to silicon valley & the 880 freeway are just two reasons why newark saw a 4- percent spike last year ...bumping their population up over 47-thousand. putting them on the california department of finance's list of fastest cities in the state. newark is still very affordable to the rest of the bay areacongratuations...
inside the sales office of the bayshores housing development...some buyers shake hands on a deal on home here. they range from condos starting in the high 900- thousand dollar range to single family homes at a million and a half. who's moving in? a lot of young professionals, engineers a lot of facebook actually so that's our biggest buyer profile out here or tech the community development director says there are still several other developments in town under construction and the projects here in bayside newark is somewhere between 1/3 to 1/2 complete.so it's possible that so it's very possible that newark could end up on that same list next year maureen kelly kro4n news a live look outside tonight.. lawrence is here with the
forecast. lawrence karnow: high pressure brought sunshine and warm temperatures to the bay area today. low clouds and fog lingered at the coast to keep temperatures much cooler and in the 50s and 60s. it is breezy again tonight especially near the coast. low clouds and fog will begin to move back into the bay and coast tonight and we could even see some coastal drizzle. doppler radar is showing a few more showers over the sierra and even a couple of snowflakes over the highest peaks. on the satellite you can see the low pressure center moving futher east while high pressure builds along the coast. temperatures will be similar again tomorrow with highs in the 60s and 70s around the bay, 70s and sunny inland, and patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. friday will be tgeh of the week with some highs moving into the 80s in the warmest locations inland. it will begin to cool this weekend with a few more clouds, but it will stay dry and warmer into next week.
(grant) in the east bay... the oakland city council has agreed to new limits on plastic straws. the new legislation will prohibit the use of plastic straws in the city's dine-in restaurants... bars and cafes unless the customer asks for one. americans reportedly throw away 500-million plastic straws every day. city council members say that poses a threat to the environment. a final draft of the legislation will be voted on in about six months and could include restrictions on other disposable containers. if
approved... the new regulations will go into effect immediately. (pam) the city of oakland is taking steps to make sure students have safe drinking water at schools. last night, the city council voted to provide new drinking fountains .... to 110- schools in the oakland unified school district. the push for this project .... came after the district found elevated levels of lead ... at mcclymonds high school, back in 2017. the money to pay for the project will come from oakland's soda tax. the district plans to install the new fountains over the summer ... so they will be ready and in place for the next school year. (pam) coming up: what was supposed to be a fun school activity .. left one student with memory loss. why his parents say, it was not right that he was hypnotized. (grant) some drivers who have them say they cant live without them. why backup cameras may become standard instead of an extra feature. ♪ ♪
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social media, made a request on facebook... to help a disabled grocery store worker. (grant) much to his surprise, his plea got a huge national response. susan- elizabeth littlefield has the story. when your shopping trip ends, paul pykonnen's work begins. he loads up customers and corrals the carts at a busy menard's store in buffalo. kevin dahl / menard's, general manager: "paul is our model -- role model for menard's." todd sandberg is a regular customer. todd sandberg / customer: "he's always smiling, 10 below, pushing carts in six inches of snow, foot of snow, he's out there doing it and you'll never once hear him complain ever about anything. it's amazing." paul has known much greater trials than the minnesota weather. he was born a twin in liberia, and left to starve to death. he was adopted by american missionaries. due to the
damage, he cannot read or drive, so he rides a bike to work. todd sandberg: "now he said he needed a new bike and he was going to go start looking for a new one, so i figured it's time to step in and do something about that." todd, who barely uses social media, made a facebook post and his first gofundme to ask friends to help buy paul a new bike. he was aiming for $500, but there is now more than $16,000 in donations - and climbing.todd sandberg: "it's a god thing, that's all there is, it's not me." todd said.he happily shared the latest developments with his friend. paul: "i'm blessed to be in buffalo, i am blessed to be with people and surrounding me (unintelligible) that are looking out for people like me with a disability." many of the donations are from customers who paul has helped with his arms, and touched with his heart.paul: "i'm happy, overwhelmed and excited that there are people out there that care so much about me." nats of reporter "yes paul, yes, they do."
(pam) with all the extra money raised, the hope is to help renovate the house paul shares with his wife, who also has a disability. paul will get to pick out his new bike on friday. coming up... a semi carrying 12-thousands gallons of fuel takes out a utlity pole.why police don't believe the driver's reason for swerving. (grant) plus: playing football at a young age could lead to brain disease. what kids could spend their entire lives battling.... when starting the sport before middle school. (pam) and - a bay area family had more than 100-thousand- dollars worth of belongings stolen from of their home. now, what police believe the thieves are doing with their things.
collected. the sacramento bee reports that she also wants to stop prosecutors from taking more d-n-a samples. the suspect - a 72-year-former police officer - is accused of killing at least a dozen people and comiiting dozens of rapes, from 1976 to 1986. he was arrested last week after authorities tracked him down from information submitted to an ancestry website (grant) thieves were caught on cell phone video trying to steal a laptop from a coffee shop in berkeley. two good samaritans tried to stop the crime and one of them got punched in the face. (grant)berkeley police released the video.... as they look for the suspects kron 4's justine waldman has details on happened. the man in the hoodie, according to police, tried to
take a laptop from a person sitting at caffe strada, when two other men stepped in and holding him from getting away. when second suspect comes in and punches one of the good samaritans in the face. sergeant andrew frankel / berkeley police department sot it takes courage to put yourself in harms way under those circumstances we do not encourage members of the community to do that because you do not know what could happen nextthe suspects drop the laptop and run to a waiting blue chevy impala. police have the license plate number of the car that speed away south on college.the coffee shop on bancroft is popular with u.c. berkeley students.and laptop thieves. after a series of stolen laptops from here police set up an undercover sting on february, and arrested 6 people.and the crimes stopped, until this robbery and assault happened on mondaysot when we have talked to the people we have caught they have admitted we look for the people who are not paying attention and they target the person who is absolutely focused on what they are doingbe more away of their surroundings is advice people at the cafe typing away will now note.sot i'll prob close my laptop now that you said thatsot i won't sit here anymore(justine waldman )as police look for the suspects, berkeley police also do not know who the two guys are who tried to stop the robbery.and want to talk to them about what happened.in berkeley
justine waldman kron 4 news. (pam) the shock and frustration still have not worn off .... for an east bay family who lost a fortune in a home burglary. kron four's philippe djegal reports from hayward... where a victim explains, how 100-thousand dollars worth of cash and jewelry ... were stolen from her house. (philippe)najia/burglary victim- "they broke in this sliding door, glass -- it's a double pained window." room by room... najia (nah- gee-uh) retraces the steps of the burglars who ransacked her home.najia/burglary victim- "they came upstairs." two weeks ago on monday april 16th... najia says she and her husband returned to their home on the south side of hayward... only to find the drawers wide open and a lifetime worth of cash,
electronics and jewelry missing.najia/burglary victim- "about a $100,000." najia says she called the police immediately and filed a report. the burglary happened sometime between 830 in the morning and six at night that day. a crime scene technician showed up and documented the evidence. najia/burglary victim- "i keep asking why it happened. um, why me, you know, i'm a good person. i always help poor people. uh, so, its very difficult to come in terms with this." police say this case, right now, doesn't appear to be related to any others. najia believes it's possible the burglars are trying to sell her stolen items at gold stores and pawn shops.najia/burglary victim- "they're not going out of the country to sell these things. you know, there's few shops. and, if there's a system, an email system that like you shoot an email to 50 shops that hey you know, alert those people -- its very easy. you know, it's very easy to catch those people." the hayward police department says a detective has been assigned to this case. right now, investigators don't have any information to release on any possible suspects. in hayward, philippe djegal, kron four news.
(grant) the two men -- arrested at a philadelphia starbucks -- have made a deal with the city and the coffee company. donte robinson and rashon nelson ...... settled separately with the city of philadelphia for one - dollar each. city officials also promised to set up a 200- thousand dollar program for young entrepreneurs. robinson and nelson will develop and run that program. the duo met with the c-e-o of starbucks earlier this week... officials say, the meeting did include a financial settlement....the terms of which were not disclosed. robinson and nelson gained national attention ... after they were arrested at starbucks last month. the store manager called police after they would not buy something or leave while they were waiting to meet a potential business (grant) shocking new dash-cam video shows a tanker hauling 12-thousand gallons of gasoline... barrel into a utility pole... and cross the
road before coming to a stop. the 63-year old driver says a bird flew into his truck, but police don't believe that story because there was no evidence of a bird hitting the truck. the crash happened earlier this month but police just released this video. luckily no one was hurt. ...no arrests. (pam) a troubling trend in the tampa bay area of florida. someone, or a group of people, are pouring a paint- eating liquid on vehicles. in fact, within one month... four cars were splashed with the acid- like liquid. authorities are not sure if the incidents are related. however, the scenario is the same in all of these situations. some sort of burning liquid is poured onto the doors of the cars .. damaging paint... metal.. and plastic on the cars. lawrence karnow: high pressure brought sunshine and warm temperatures to the bay area today. low clouds and fog lingered at the coast to keep temperatures much cooler and in the 50s and 60s. it is breezy again tonight especially near the coast. low
clouds and fog will begin to move back into the bay and coast tonight and we could even see some coastal drizzle. doppler radar is showing a few more showers over the sierra and even a couple of snowflakes over the highest peaks. on the satellite you can see the low pressure center moving futher east while high pressure builds along the coast. temperatures will be similar again tomorrow with highs in the 60s and 70s around the bay, 70s and sunny inland, and patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. friday will be tgeh warmest day of the week with some highs moving into the 80s in the warmest locations inland. it will begin to cool this weekend with a few more clouds, but it will stay dry and warmer into next week. (grant) in the north bay.... coffey park is rebuilding and the community is thrilled.
it has been seven- months since the wildfires tore through the neighborhood - - burning down homes and destroying many family's memories. but as kron4's michelle kingston shows you ... foundations can be found throughout the area now... as homes are starting to pop back up. (mk)brian bushon, coffey park "it's all flat and ready and so the foundation will be coming next."today is a good day for brian bushonbushon "you're doing a great job!" construction crews are breaking ground on his property ... rebuilding his family's home that was lost in the october fire.bushon"my wife took the kids and she left with them and the dog. right before pretty much all hell broke lose here."brian isn't the only one moving back ... builders are currently working on 50 new homes in the santa rosa neighborhood -- all day long you can see and hear the work being done.bushon"and we'd see, 'oh that one is
going up and that one there and that one and when the signs went up and all that it's awesome knowing our neighborhood is coming back." michelle kingston, @mkingstonne ws"it's an exciting time in coffey park with so much rebuilding going on but there are reminders of that fire still here in the neighborhood like burned down trees and mailboxes like this one."bushon "devastating i mean i came here the day of the fire when most of it was out and it looked like armegeddon like everyone else said. i'd never seen anything like it and i don't anything like that ever again."together -- with his brian is staying postive and moving forward.bushon"i can't wait to move back in, back home."the bushon's home is expected to be ready by the fall.in coffey park, michelle kingston kron 4 news. (grant) new at ten... lawmakers in iowa just passed the nation's most restrictive abortion measure. the controversial bill would ban most abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can happen within six weeks of the start of pregnancy. the state's current law bans most abortions after 20 weeks.
the fetal heartbeat bill passed the house yesterday and the state senate today. now it heads to the republican governor's desk. she's pro- life but has not said whether she'll sign the bill. (grant) parents of a high school student in nebraska want answers after their son's prom night turned into a hospital visit...(pma) and as rachel urbanski reports.... it is a night the teen says, he does not remember. elizabeth cox:"something's wrong with jaylin."elizabeth and harrell cox say their hearts dropped when their son's date was banging on their door sunday morning. elizabeth cox:"so i just ran out to see and when i saw jaylin he was literally going in and out of consciousness." jaylin cox:"i don't really remember anything. only thing i remember was when i woke up in middle of the hypnosis and then he put me back to sleep and i fell. that's all i remember."this is jaylin cox and other classmates -- we're told they are being hypnotized at bellevue west high school. the event was organized by parents.elizabeth cox:"you're messing with a child's mental state. that's not something i would want on jaylin." elizabeth said jaylin volunteered. in videos provided to us by jaylin's
parents -- you see jaylin fall twice - they worry he hit his head.his parents believe his weird behavior that night was caused by being hypnotized or the fall.harrell cox:"i think that's the scariest part we don't know."jaylin was taken to the hospital. doctors say he didn't have a concussion and his toxicology report came back clean. elizabeth cox:"i don't know what happened, what took place at that event and why they would even allow a kid to participate in something like that without the consent of us." (grant) the bellevue public school district says the event was hosted by the school, but not put on by the school. the district adds that it is working with jaylin and his family on what will come next. next.will come family on what jaylin and his working with adds that it is the district the school.not put on by school, but hosted by the the event was district says public school the bellevue (grant)(grant) the bellevue public school district says the event was hosted by the school, but not put on by the school. the district adds that it is working with jaylin and his family on what will come next. (pam) playing tackle
football at a young age could lead to cognitive and emotional problems much earlier in life. that's according to a new study published in the "annals of neurology." researchers studied the brains of nearly 250 football players -- 211 of them were diagnosed with c-t-e after death. they discovered those who started playing before age 12 showed symptoms of brain disease earlier than those who got a later start. researchers found those who played tackle football as children and were later diagnosed with c-t-e -- suffered from cognitive impairment and mood swings much earlier in their lives. they also found they experienced problems with memory, planning and organizing skills and struggled with depression and aggression years by an average of 13 years earlier. (pam) the boy scouts are changing their name. beginning in february of 2019, programs for older scouts will be called "scouts b-s-a."
the boy scouts of america said the change is part of an expansion that will welcome girls into the organization. the only boy scouts program affected by the change is the one for teenagers aged eleven to 17. the cub scouts program for children aged five through ten -- will keep its name. los angeles based carmar denim... is now selling the " extreme cut selling the " extreme cut out " jeans that indeed leave little to the imagination. the jeans...are receiving mixed reviews on social media. take a look why. take a look why. the jeans are also a "relax fit" ... just in case you wondered how comfortable they are. the model seen in these the model seen in these photos also happens to pair them with a cut out swimsuit for the full swimsuit for the full effect. these jeans will cost you $168 will cost you
was once a bonus on your car .... will now be required for all new vehicles in the u-s. (grant) a federal regulation took effect today requiring rearview cameras and video displays in all new passenger vehicles. congress passed the law in 2008, but automakers had several years to get ready for the change. the measure is intended to help drivers avoid accidents. more than 200 people are killed every year in back-over crashes and more than 12-thousand are injured. rearview cameras and video displays are already included on many higher-end models and vehicles with extra safety packages. but now, they will be standard -- even on the cheapest of new cars.
the sharks are all even in their playoff series against the vegas golden knights... aaron gordon... the orlando magic guard... and san jose product... by way of mitty high school...opening up the door for the sharkies to take the ice 1st period... scoreless... marcus sorensen... with a great move and scores falling down... 1-0 sharks end of the first... joonas donskoi... uncertain he would play... but he scores with 5 seconds left... going between two defenders.. 2-0 sharks not even elvis could help the golden knights tonight... 2nd period... tomas hertl... turns on the red light from out in front... 3-0 sharks from there it was all martin jones... 34 saves... his 2nd shutout of the playoffs... (joe pavelski scored a power-play goal in the 3rd) sharks win 4-0... the series is sharks win 4-0... the series is tied at 2-2... game 5... in las vegas... friday night but the bigger talk
but the bigger talk today was all about drayond green and charles barkley... who said at halftime on tnt last night that he wanted to punch green in the face after draymond was doing a lot of chirping... most notably at pelicans point guard rajon rondo... "i just want somebody to punch him in the face, i really do ... i just want somebody to punch him.""what you don't like draymond?" "i just wanna punch him in the face." "why don't you like draymond?" wanna punch his ábeepá in the face, i do." "a lot of guys talk on tv ... stand microphone on a tv screen. the fact of the matter is ... if you feel that strongly ... he's seen me a million times. if he feel that strongly about it then punch me in my face when you not gonna punch me in my face when you up. its no different than somebody sitting computer screen tweeting 'aw i'll knock you out' see them in life. well he's seen me a bunch of times and he'll year. punch me in the face when you see me or if not ... no one cares what you would have done. you old and it is what it is so ... if you ain't gonna face when you see me then stop talking about it. period." and of course draymoind's course and of and of course draymoind's
mom... mary babers green... got into the act on twitter... posting this... "charles barkley... i wish you would... you think shaq had you running!" but today on the tnt nba pre-game show... barkley issued an apology... (sot: barkley) the giants... having won 7 of their last 10 games... trying to take 2 of 3 games from the san diego padres this afternoon at the ballpark in san francisco... derek holland... going though his unusual pre-game stretching routine... trying to get his first win of the season for the giants... who took a 3-0 lead in the first inning after the padres cut it to 3-2... in the 3rd... brandon
crawford... singles to right...nick hundley and brandon belt score... 5-2 giants then in the bottom of the 4th... hundley... goes opposite field to right field... it just sneaks out for a 2-run home run... 7-2 giants giants win 9-4 for their 8th win in their last 11 games... holland notches his first win of the season... giving up 3 runs in 5 innings the giants now go on the road for a 10-game trip... they are in atlanta friday night the a's in seattle... and mariners pitcher james paxton was the story for most of the game... he struck out 16 a's in only 7 innings... the all-time record is 20... but at 105 pitches he was pulled after not gving up a run through 7 (but after jed lowrie hit a home run to tie it in the 8th)... in the top of the 9th...mark cahna... a solo home run off edwin diaz... 3-2 a's... and that score would hold... final... 3-2 a's... they've split their series with the mariners and finish their road trip in seattle tomorrow night
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in the 50s and 60s. it is breezy again tonight especially near the coast. low clouds and fog will begin to move back into the bay and coast tonight and we could even see some coastal drizzle. doppler radar is showing a few more showers over the sierra and even a couple of snowflakes over the highest peaks. on the satellite you can see the low pressure center moving futher east while high pressure builds along the coast. temperatures will be similar again tomorrow with highs in the 60s and 70s around the bay, 70s and sunny inland, and patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. friday will be tgeh warmest day of the week with some highs moving into the 80s in the warmest locations inland. it will begin to cool this weekend with a few more clouds, but it will stay dry and warmer into next week. next week.
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do your thing, with energy upgrade california. i'm natalie morales. and i'm craig melvin. and this is dateline on mynetworktv. andrea canning: how do you feel that so many people think steven avery is innocent? it's emotional. they made him look like he was just a nice person. free steven avery! tom fassbender: what's happening is wrong. the evidence is beyond overwhelming. steven avery is guilty. i'm innocent. craig melvin (voiceover): the story gripped the nation in the series "make a murderer." so many americans have learned about it. laura nirider: it's being heard by people around the world. craig melvin (voiceover): steven avery and his nephew convicted of murder in the haunting killing of a young photographer. but were they really innocent? i didn't do it. somebody is doing a good job on me. andrea canning: did you have any kind of vendetta against steven avery? absolutely not. craig melvin (voiceover): for the first time on television,