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( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)a series of weak low and high pressure systems, and prevalence of a marine layer along the coast and onshore surface flow, will result
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in dry and generally seasonable weather conditions through the forecast period. a cooling trend is expected this weekend as an upper level trough moves towards the coast, then a moderate warming trend the first part of next week with renewed ridge development. ( marty ) ( marty ) volcano's volcano's and earthquakes continue to rock hawaii's big island. eruptions show no signs of settling down at the kilauea volcano. the volcano spewed molten rock--
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sending toxic gas into the air. about 17-hundred people have been forced to evacuate. the trouble started thursday with an erruption and lava flow from kilauea. and it's still going. on friday afternoon a magnitude-6- point 9 earthquake hit the island... the largest to strike in more than four decades. so far there are no reports of injuries or damage. police, firefighters, and the national guard are assisting with the evacuations. ( marty ) s-fo is a major hub for people traveling to and from hawaii. that's where we find - kron 4's sara stinson who's talking to passengers returning from, and heading to hawaii. sara? ((áásara-liveáá))a united flight from oahu just landed moments ago...while these people are coming from a different island, everyone is talking about the huge impact on the big island.this earthquake being the biggest to rock the island since 19- 75. the kilaeau volcano has continued to erupt and more than a thousand residents have
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evacuated. whether or not people are flying to the mainland or to other islands or just evacuating to a safer part of the island is my question...and i'm going to be talking to more passengers arriving here at s-f-o this morning. one man described to us just how much of an impact this has been to the big island.
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marty ) thanks sara. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( marty )now to the east bay...berkeley police arrested a man in connection with two brutal assaults. one of them happened a week ago and it was caught by a surveillance camera.it shows a cal student escaping into her dorm, after a violent struggle with the suspect. kron 4's hermela aregawi reports police believe the suspect is also responsible for an armed rape earlier this month. 27-year old alphonzo mcinnis is in custody tonight in connection with an armed rape and this attack. on april 28th.surveillance video shows a cal student escaping into her dormitory after a violent
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struggle with the suspect. the victim is fighting for her life. she was able to escape into the dormitory with her belongings. but students on the campus say.. this incident is making them rethink how safe they really are. marie claire de martino/student it makes me feel vulnerable and intimidated considering i live in a housing situation that is exactly the same as hers. it's just a different color scheme and so, i just feel like that could happen to me. i've spent my time in berkeley not really thinking about situations like that where i could be really hurt. it just makes me want to be more careful you hear about these things all the time but actually seeing it on video was really scary. and that person was really violent so it kind of changed my perspective. you see those alerts all the time but you don't really think. it's kind of a scary situation. police believe mcginnis is also responsible for raping a high-school aged girl at gunpoint on april 19. they say the girl was walking down the 1500 block of addison street during the day.. when the suspect grabbed her mouth, forced her into an alley and sexually assaulted her. sargeant andrew frankel/berkeley police departmentwe've heard from our community that they were afraid. we heard from our victims and we heard from members of the community who worried about sending of their kids to school. and we heard that in emails, tweets, on next door, from letters and emails to city government and here to the police department, and it's been a priority and we are hopeful that with this
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arrest, some closure can begin. mcinnis is a felon and has a sizeable criminal record including a conviction for armed robberies in 2015. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... more trouble for the company facing a 27-billion dollar lawsuit...
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over the hunters point cleanup ( marty )plus... we'll introduce you to two bay area teenagers from two different backgrounds... who share one mission... ending gun violence. ( marty )and... the secret to living a long healthy life... may be easier than you think. the five simple habits that can help you live a decade longer... after the break. marty ) for your health,
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the secret to living a long healthy life may be easier than you think. a new study claims that following 5 simple habits can help you live a decade longer! reid binion takes a closer look in today's health minute. small changes to your behavior -- can have a big impact on your life. that's according to a new study in the journal circulation -- which found keeping up these five healthy habits at age 50 can add more than ten years to your life. one -- never smoke.two -- maintain a healthy body-mass index.three -- keep up
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moderate to vigorous exercise. four -- don't drink too much alcohol.and five -- eat a healthy diet. elyse sartor, clinical outpatient dietitian, northside hospital: "all of your organs work together including your heart and your brain and your gut and your immune system. so a healthy diet is going to be good for all of them."researchers measured the link between those five lifestyle factors and premature deaths using data from 1980 to 2014. they found that women who adopted the five habits lived 14 years more than women who didn't. men who also followed the lifestyle lived an additional 12 years. according to the study-- each of the five habits are linked to a reduced risk of dying from heart disease and cancer. researchers hope the findings encourage and motivate people to adopt a healthier lifestyle. elyse sartor, clinical outpatient dietitian, northside hospital: "there really should not be any excuses. your health is very important. it's critical in the long term. so, other things can wait. for today's heath minute, i'm reid binion. ( dave ) plenty of clouds and cool today. improvement r weekend forecast is next !
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t.j.maxx asks, what makes your mom unique? she's pretty and nice like me. she is special. he knows me better than my husband some days. my mom likes pink. mommy loves roses. it's a surprise. you picked this out by yourself? it's a purse. i know you love purses! i do! celebrate the unique mom in your life, with values everyone will love. happy mother's day! here's a live look at the
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embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)a series of weak low and high pressure systems, and prevalence of a marine layer along the coast and onshore
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surface flow, will result in dry and generally seasonable weather conditions through the forecast period. a cooling trend is expected this weekend as an upper level trough moves towards the coast, then a moderate warming trend the first part of next week with renewed ridge development. ( marty )( marty )( marty )(
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marty ) ( marty ) two supervisors with tetra tech have begun serving
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their sentences in federal prison after pleading guilty to falsifying data. the southern california based company tests and then cleans up contaminated soil. one of the company's contracts was cleaning up the old naval shipyard at hunters point. kron 4's dan kerman the goal is to turn the old hunters point navel shipyard into a new residential neighborhood but radiological contamination must be cleaned up first but two supervisors with tetra tech, the company charged with testing and cleaning up the soil are now off to federal prison after having plead guilty to falsifying data.sot the site is absolutely unsafe brian butler is with the environmental group greenaction which has been saying for sometime the shipyard has not been adequately cleaned and that has sickened the communitysot brian butler/greenaction 31-39
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these men took clean samples and claimed they were from areas that were radioactively contaminated.federal prosecutors say one defendant justin hubbard admitted he drove his company truck to an area outside the marked survey unit that he was tasked with remediating, and filled a bucket with clean dirt that he then substituted for legitimate soil samples. another stephen rolfe admitted that he directed employees to get clean dirt from outside the appropriate marked survey units and to substitute this clean dirt for legitimately collected samples.sot charles bonner/attorney suing tetra tech 108-114tetra tech lied, its quite appropriate someone is going to jail because what they did was criminal.attorney charles bonner just filed a 27 billion dollar class action lawsuit against tetra tech on behalf of the community.sot they deliberately allowed radioactive materials to remain on the shipyard knowing it would blow over into the community in hunters point and create cancers and all kinds of diseases for these people 137/for these people
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( marty ) illegal sideshows are now popping up across contra costa county. the most recent incident took place in the parking lot of a popular shopping center in pleasant hill. it happened thursday night in the parking lot of the crossroads shopping center. officers responded to a call about a large gathering of ( marty ) concord police say an hour earlier they were called to the parking lot of hobbie lobby on willow pass road to disperse a group gathering for a potential sideshow ( marty )stockton police are increasing patrols to crack down on sideshows this cinco de mayo weekend. this year, the city of stockton established a new sideshow task force. so far officers arrested 2 people accused of organizing a march event called 'donut king' and
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seized 13 cars. police say they are getting help from residents and businesses who don't want sideshows in their community. ( marty )coming up after the break... it got pretty heated during last night's warriors playoff game against the pelicans. gary radnich has the recap ... next in sports. live look outside... richmond bridge (ácommercialá) (vo) dogs have evolved, but their nutritional needs remain instinctual. that's why there's purina one true instinct. real meat #1. a different breed of natural nutrition. purina one true instinct. now, try new purina one true instinct treats.
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hoping to take a three-two series lead over the golden knights. let's head to t-mobile arena-- martin jones hoping to shutout the knights for the second straight game. you never want to give up a goal in
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the final seconds of a period james neal with a wrist shot... gives vegas a 1-nothing lead to end the first everything went down hill from there midway through the second... erik haula from a tough angle makes it 3-nothing golden knights jones... allows 4 goals and saves 27 shots sharks coach, peter deboer said before the game never count us out in the third... mikkel boedker cuts the knights lead by one san jose scores 3 goals in a span of 6 minutes sharks fall short... jonathan marchessault slaps an empty netter with one minute left golden knights win 5-3 sharks will try to force a game 7 on sunday night the warriors looking to take a 3-0 lead in a playoff series for the sixth straight time against the pelicans the last lost a game three was in the 2016 finals lebron james and the cavs let's head to the big easy---to the
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big easy-- steph curry making his first playoff start this season the two-time m-v-p came off the bench in game two... and dropped 28 points in his return. playoff basketball at its best... things got physical early... about a minute into the game... nikola mirotic pushes curry to the floor then, draymond green and rajon rondo round two they start shoving it each other big story of the game for the pelicans... three pointers. they were 10-for-16 behind the arc in the first half mirotic and jrue holiday combined 6 three's and 37 points in the second -- kevin durant misses the three... steph cleans it up curry passes reggie miller for fourth place with 321 made three's in the playoffs steph... 19 points, 3 for 9 3pt, 6 rebounds later in the quarter... klay thompson cuts the pelicans lead by five at the break new orleans led by 13 in the first half. thompson scored 20 of his 26 points in the second quarter not a good game for durant... holiday steals the ball on the other end... former warrior, ian clark hits a corner three. clark... 18 points off the bench
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anthony davis exploded in the second half puts the game away with a vicious slam davis... 33 points and 18 rebounds new orleans wins 119-100 warriors lead the series... 2-1 steve kerr on curry's struggles "game two is always the hardest one after you come back from an injury. game one on a return you got the energy, the adrenaline, you're excited second game back is always much tougher". and that's sports... back to the great marty gonzales.marty to the great marty gonzales. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá) make ross your destination for savings. 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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♪ for the latest styles where you'll spend less. ♪ spring dress. ♪ ♪ you gotta go to ross. if you want to save big on dresses for every occasion, you gotta go to ross. here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your
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forecast... (dave)a series of weak low and high pressure systems, and prevalence of a marine layer along the coast and onshore surface flow, will result in dry and generally seasonable weather conditions through the forecast period. a cooling trend is expected this weekend as an upper level trough moves towards the coast, then a moderate warming trend the first part of next week with renewed ridge development. ( marty ) the parkland, florida school shooting rocked
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the nation like no other mass shooting before it ... largely... because of the way the students there responded.. the anti-gun movement they started álit a spark across the country. but there are two views ( marty ) the parkland, florida school shooting rocked the nation like no other mass shooting before it ... largely... because of the way the students there responded.. the anti-gun movement they started álit a spark across the country. but there are two views to this issue.. kron 4's pam moore reports the mass shootings, so far, are affecting mostly affluent communities, while gun violence is affecting urban areas on a more regular basis.
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"so we are the "so we are the change and we are going to be the generation that really makes tracks in terms of gun violence and gun violence prevention." 'what was your first reaction to parkland? "i was angry. i was sad. i was -what if that had been me. i, as a 13 year old, i shouldn't have to think about that." - lily conable - 17 years old - lily conable - 17 years old encinal h.s. 118- 125"i was really disappointed to see this is still happening in our see this is still disappointed to "i was really 125encinal h.s. 118-17 years old - lily conable - 17 years old encinal h.s. 118-125"i was really disappointed to see this is still happening in our country and then i was really, really angry." jada white is thirteen and grew up in east oakland. lily conable is seventeen and lives in growing
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up in different worlds by most standards but a shared fear about gun violence .. they both acknowledge the mass shootings at columbine and sandy hook .. but say parkland hit a different nerve.. "after columbine a lot of people thought this is a one off incident. this is an anomoly not going to happen again. then there was sandy hook was really young children. but with the parkland kids - they remember a time before sandy hook when we didn't do lock down drills. and they have fearlessly pursued what they feel is absolutely necessary." crowd at ogawa plaza / crowds/signs/ singerson march 24th- the day of the national demonstration s... that fearlessness spread across the country .. "we are done with thoughts and prayers. it is time for us..the youth to stand up ..walk out.. shout it loud and make change". hold crowd applause and rally nats softly under next track lily spoke at the huge and diverse rally in downtown oakland..last month audio transition from oakland crowd applause- jada went to washington d.c. with a delegation of kids from the east oakland youth development center. "it was really powerful to see a lot of other people marching for the same reason i'm marching".. "the examples of people like me who have been involved in urban communities highly affected by gun violence" "we live in a world where gun violence has become the norm.. not the exception.. we live in a world
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here students don't feel safe to go to school..." slow dissolve to lily sot full "we're gonna be the ones who change this. it's not anybody else. nobody else has done it for us. so we are the change and we are going to be the generation that really makes tracks in terms of gun violence and gun violence prevention. ( marty ) that was kron 4's pam moore reporting. ( marty ) a south bay police chief had his gun stolen while he attended a graduation. it happened last friday at modesto community college. gilroy police chief scott smithee says he left his gun in his truck's center console while he attended the ceremony. guns were not allowed at the
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graduation. he returned to the truck to find his gun and and laptop were gone. modesto police arrested 36- year-old louis bru-beck in connection ( marty ) cheif smithee says he's embarrassed and knows all too well that his stolen gun will not likely be recovered. ( marty ) a richmond family is reunited with their beloved french bull dog... mack...after he was stolen from their backyard. kron 4's ella sogomonian talked with the family. they are overjoyed they are they are overjoyed after weeks of worry.back in the end of february - video surveillence captured the moment a man grabbed the family pet from their yard and ran off, the report circulated on social media and got the attention mack needed to get back home. pkga richmond family watched in awe as their cameras caught
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this man on their front porch who then went around the back, opened their dog kennel and stole their french bull dog mack.sot: michelle, dog owner// "i didn't know where he was so i missed him."they called kron 4 immediately and had faith they would find mack with the help of a news report. the dog owner says: (dubbed from spanish)sot: silvia navarro, dog owner// "at first we were hopeful but the days passed and people sent us photo after photo and it wasn't him. so we kept losing that hope."two months later mack is back home thanks to a vigilant couple that noticed social media posts of reprots that he was missing.the family says that couple was looking to breed their own dog and were offered mack by a man who brought the him to their place. navarro says they remembered the missing in touch with richmond police.sot: silvia navarro, dog owner// "we are so grateful i want them to know we will help them out if they ever need anything."the family says their landlord helped in the search constantly sending pictures of potential dogs been their pet pup, until recognized him.sot: michelle, dog owner// "i'm so happy now because he's always going around next to me!"tag ( marty ) that was kron4's ella sogomonian reporting. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news ... police in the north bay release a motive in the deadly shooting involving an 71-year-old gunman. live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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behind a deadly shooting in mill valley. they've also identified the two victims as a father and daughter - and the gunman as a 71-year-old man who took his own life. kron 4's terisa estacio has more what we are learning about the victims.
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dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)a series of weak low and
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high pressure systems, and prevalence of a marine layer along the coast and onshore surface flow, will result in dry and generally seasonable weather conditions through the forecast period. a cooling trend is expected this weekend as an upper level trough moves towards the coast, then a moderate warming trend the first part of next week with renewed ridge development.
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( marty ) bart is cracking down on people who don't pay. since march bart police have arrested more than one- thousand people for fare evasion. stanley roberts explains in this edition of people behaving badly. (i walked through, blood just started tripping, you feel me that how it happened you feel me) so you got money you just didn't do it (you feel me i don't know what happened bruh i lost my ticket you feel me the (censored happened) hmmm, he doesn't know what happened? so let's go back in time to see if we can get the full picture.here he is coming down the bart escalators at powell street bart station where he is asked for proof that he paid his fare he begins the search often called the ticket macarena ...but i call it the pocket pat it's when you search for something which may or may not exist at one point he says he doesn't
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think he grabbed it out the machine so the conversation continues.. i need to see your picture id which means he is about to be issued a fare evasion ticket you can't just go to the machine ah later you can i need to give you a civil citation don't worry about it will not go into your record its s civil citation ok bart has six new members of the team, they are fare inspectors and for the record they are not police officers what's going on but which means they are not armed but they do have body cameras that are on all the time to keep records of who the contact over a civic center station you don't have proof of payment so i do have to write you a citation people believe the fare inspectors are here to recoup the estimated 15 to 25 million dollars loses in fare revenue bart experiences every year they are not there are here to prevent any further loss of revenue it's gotta be done, i mean every day i take bart and ah i see people hopping the fence daily you know popping the fare so i
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think these guys need to be out here more often if anything they work in groups so they can check everyone there are no exceptions it doesn't if you are heading to the platform or you are already on the train they are equipped with special clipper card readers where's you fare i don't have time for this i gotta go to work which gives a yes or a no and ticket readers which show just how much money money you have left on the card nats: ambiance the fine for anyone under the age of 18 is 55 dollars . everyone else is 75what happened to your clipper card (i just followed someone else) you followed someone else oh so you piggy back behind somebody oh and after someone gets cited they still don't get to ride for free, they have to go back and buy a ticket.nats: ambiance they might be here, they might be there, they could be anywhere, they are the bay area rapid transit's newest resource in their battle against fare evasion tagging along with bart fare inspectors stanley roberts kron 4 news ( marty ) for your money
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this morning. the labor department says the unemployment rate fell to three-point-nine percent in april. it's the first time since 2000 that it's dropped below four percent. employers added 164-thousand jobs in april - slightly fewer than economists expected, but still better compared to march. analysts say the solid job growth is a continuation of an economy that has been growing for nearly nine years. april's hiring gains included jobs in mining, manufacturing, and health ( marty )coming up after the break... a drama about motherhood... and a comedy remake are now in theaters.
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infinity war" broke many records when it opened last weekend, and it's going to walk away with the box office crown again this weekend. earning another 100-million dollars or more. but if you're looking for other options, three new movies want your
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attention. david daniel (nat) "who needs a daiquiri? could you be a doll and get me a little snack?""you know i was just hired to do carpets, right?""you're fired." "overboard" is a gender- flipped remake of the kurt russell - goldie hawn 80's comedy, with eugenio (ay-oo-hehn-ee-oh) derbez as a spoiled playboy and anna (ah-na) faris as a working-class single mom. analysts figure it'll easily be the top new movie, debuting with 10-to-15 million dollars. (nat) hello. i'm tully." "tully" reunites director jason reitman, screenwriter diablo cody, and their "young adult" star, charlize theron. the oscar winner plays an exhausted mother of three whose life is changed by a night nanny, played by mackenzie davis. box office watchers see it opening with two-to-four million dollars. (nat) "welcome to nino's. that's a beautiful car, sir." "yeah? don't touch it." (nat) "bad samaritan" is the first wide release from director
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dean devlin's electric entertainment. robert sheehan stars as a small-time crook who crosses paths with a kidnapper played by david tennant. analysts are looking at a two-million-dollar debut for the thriller. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( marty ) take a look at this... nasa launched a mission to mars this morning. and for the first time, an interplanetary mission launched from the west coast. the space agency's previous voyages to other planets all launched from kennedy space center in florida. but insight took off from vandenberg air force base in california. the probe will help scientists draw the first detailed map of the interior of the red planet. it will take about six months for insight to ( marty ) take a look at this... a calaveras county man catches a bear on his property. security video shows the man walking out of sight... and then theres the bear. the homeowner says the bear didn't look that old... and was probably a teenager. the video also shows the bear's fright and
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fascination with the man... you can see the bear playing a peak-a-boo game from behind the tree. but the homeowner wasn't interested in playing. so he slowly walked away from the bear. ( dave ) plenty of clouds and cool today. improvement tomorrow...your weekend forecast is next ! (sara) travelers going to hawaii are nervous because of the recent volcano eruption and earthquakes. i'll have a live report with their reactions. (ácommercialá) here is a live look at
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the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)a series of weak low and high pressure systems, and prevalence of a marine layer along the coast and onshore surface flow, will result in dry and generally seasonable weather conditions through the forecast period. a cooling trend is expected this weekend as an upper level trough moves towards the coast, then a moderate warming
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trend the first part of next week with renewed ridge development. ( marty ) volcano's and volcano's ( marty ) volcano's and earthquakes continue to rock hawaii's big island. eruptions show no signs of settling down at the kilauea volcano. the volcano spewed molten rock-- sending toxic gas into the air. about 17-hundred people have been forced to evacuate. the trouble started thursday with an erruption and lava flow from kilauea.
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and it's still going. on friday afternoon a magnitude-6- point 9 earthquake hit the island... the largest to strike in more than four decades. so far there are no reports of injuries or damage. police, firefighters, and the national guard are assisting with the evacuations. ( marty ) s-fo is a major hub for people traveling to and from hawaii. that's where we find - kron 4's sara stinson who's talking to passengers returning from, and heading to hawaii. sara? ((áásara-liveáá))a united flight from oahu just landed moments ago...while these people are coming from a different island, everyone is talking about the huge impact on the big island.this earthquake being the biggest to rock the island since 19-75. the kilaeau volcano has continued
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to erupt and more than a thousand residents have evacuated. whether or not people are flying to the mainland or to other islands or just evacuating to a safer part of the island is my question...and i'm going to be talking to more passengers arriving here at s-f-o this morning. one man described to us just how much of an impact this has been to the big island. ( marty ) thanks ( marty ) thanks sara. we will
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check back with you through out the morning. ( marty )now to the east bay...berkeley police arrested a man in connection with two brutal assaults. one of them happened a week ago and it was caught by a surveillance camera.it shows a cal student escaping into her dorm, after a violent struggle with the suspect. kron 4's hermela aregawi reports police believe the suspect is also responsible for an armed rape earlier this month. . 27-year old alphonzo mcinnis is in custody tonight in connection with an armed rape and this attack. on april 28th.surveillance video shows
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a cal student escaping into her dormitory after a violent struggle with the suspect. the victim is fighting for her life. she was able to escape into the dormitory with her belongings. but students on the campus say.. this incident is making them rethink how safe they really are. marie claire de martino/student it makes me feel vulnerable and intimidated considering i live in a housing situation that is exactly the same as hers. it's just a different color scheme and so, i just feel like that could happen to me. i've spent my time in berkeley not really thinking about situations like that where i could be really hurt. it just makes me want to be more careful you hear about these things all the time but actually seeing it on video was really scary. and that person was really violent so it kind of changed my perspective. you see those alerts all the time but you don't really think. it's kind of a scary situation. police believe mcginnis is also responsible for raping a high-school aged girl at gunpoint on april 19. they say
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the girl was walking down the 1500 block of addison street during the day.. when the suspect grabbed her mouth, forced her into an alley and sexually assaulted her. sargeant andrew frankel/berkeley police departmentwe've heard from our community that they were afraid. we heard from our victims and we heard from members of the community who worried about sending of their kids to school. and we heard that in emails, tweets, on next door, from letters and emails to city government and here to the police department, and it's been a priority and we are hopeful that with this arrest, some closure can begin. mcinnis is a felon and has a sizeable criminal record including a conviction for armed robberies in 2015. ( marty ) coming up on coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... more trouble
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for the company facing a 27- billion dollar lawsuit... over the hunters point cleanup effort. ( marty )plus... we'll introduce you to two bay area teenagers from two different backgrounds... who share one mission... ending gun violence. ( marty )and... the secret to living a long healthy life... may be easier than you think. the five simple habits that can help you live a decade longer... after the break. there's only one word for the all new together forever-a pixar night time spectacular. ooohhhh. ahhhhhh. okay, maybe two. celebrate friendship and beyond at pixar fest. staring april 13th at disneyland resort. oh no. oh no. i hate this belt. man oh man. mom, we have a situation. life's bleachable moments need clorox bleach. for your health, the secret
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to living a long healthy life may be easier than you think. a new study claims that following 5 simple habits can help you live a decade longer! reid binion takes a closer look in today's health minute. small changes to your behavior -- can have a big impact on your life. that's according to a new study in the journal circulation -- which found keeping up these five healthy habits at age 50 can add more than ten years to your life. one -- never smoke.two -- maintain a healthy body-mass
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index.three -- keep up moderate to vigorous exercise. four -- don't drink too much alcohol.and five -- eat a healthy diet. elyse sartor, clinical outpatient dietitian, northside hospital: "all of your organs work together including your heart and your brain and your gut and your immune system. so a healthy diet is going to be good for all of them."researchers measured the link between those five lifestyle factors and premature deaths using data from 1980 to 2014. they found that women who adopted the five habits lived 14 years more than women who didn't. men who also followed the lifestyle lived an additional 12 years. according to the study-- each of the five habits are linked to a reduced risk of dying from heart disease and cancer. researchers hope the findings encourage and motivate people to adopt a healthier lifestyle. elyse sartor, clinical outpatient dietitian, northside hospital: "there really should not be any excuses. your health is very important. it's critical in the long term. so, other things can wait. for today's heath minute, i'm reid binion. ( dave )( dave )
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embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)a series of weak low and high pressure systems, and prevalence of a marine layer
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along the coast and onshore surface flow, will result in dry and generally seasonable weather conditions through the forecast period. a cooling trend is expected this weekend as an upper level trough moves towards the coast, then a moderate warming trend the first part of next week with renewed ridge development.
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( marty ) two supervisors with tetra tech have begun serving their sentences in federal prison after having plead guilty to falsifying
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data. the southern california based company tests and then cleans up contaminated soil. one of the company's contracts was cleaning up the old naval shipyard at hunters point. kron 4's dan kerman has the story. the goal is to turn the old hunters point navel shipyard into a new residential neighborhood but radiological contamination must be cleaned up first but two supervisors with tetra tech, the company charged with testing and cleaning up the soil are now off to federal prison after having plead guilty to falsifying data.sot the site is absolutely unsafe brian butler is with the environmental group greenaction which has been saying for sometime the shipyard has not been adequately cleaned and that has sickened the communitysot brian butler/greenaction 31-39 these men took clean samples and claimed they were from areas that were radioactively
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contaminated.federal prosecutors say one defendant justin hubbard admitted he drove his company truck to an area outside the marked survey unit that he was tasked with remediating, and filled a bucket with clean dirt that he then substituted for legitimate soil samples. another stephen rolfe admitted that he directed employees to get clean dirt from outside the appropriate marked survey units and to substitute this clean dirt for legitimately collected samples.sot charles bonner/attorney suing tetra tech 108-114tetra tech lied, its quite appropriate someone is going to jail because what they did was criminal.attorney charles bonner just filed a 27 billion dollar class action lawsuit against tetra tech on behalf of the community.sot they deliberately allowed radioactive materials to remain on the shipyard knowing it would blow over into the community in hunters point and create cancers and all kinds of diseases for these people 137/for these people ( marty ) ( marty )illegal sideshows are
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now popping up across contra costa county. the most recent incident took place in the parking lot of the popular crossroads shopping center in pleasant hill. on thursday night officers responded to a call about a large gathering of cars. ( marty ) concord police say an hour earlier they were called to the parking lot of hobbie lobby on willow pass road to disperse a group gathering for a potential sideshow ( marty )stockton police are beefing up patrols to crack down on sideshows this cinco de mayo weekend. this year, the city of stockton established a new sideshow task force. so far officers arrested 2 people accused of organizing a march event called 'donut king' and seized 13 cars. police say they are getting help from residents and businesses who don't want sideshows in their
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community. ( marty )coming up after the break... it got pretty heated during last night's warriors playoff game against the pelicans. gary radnich has the recap ... next in sports. live look outside... richmond bridge (ácommercialá)
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the sharks in las vegas... hoping to take a three-two series lead over the golden knights. let's head to t-mobile arena-- martin jones hoping to shutout the knights for the second straight game. you never want to give up a goal in the final seconds of a period james neal with a wrist shot... gives vegas a 1-nothing lead to end the first everything went down hill
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from there midway through the second... erik haula from a tough angle makes it 3-nothing golden knights jones... allows 4 goals and saves 27 shots sharks coach, peter deboer said before the game never count us out in the third... mikkel boedker cuts the knights lead by one san jose scores 3 goals in a span of 6 minutes sharks fall short... jonathan marchessault slaps an empty netter with one minute left golden knights win 5-3 sharks will try to force a game 7 on sunday night the warriors looking to take a 3-0 lead in a playoff series for the sixth straight time against the pelicans the last lost a game three was in the 2016 finals lebron james and the cavs let's head to the big easy-- steph curry making his first playoff start this season the two-time m-v-p came off the bench in game two... and dropped 28 points in his
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return. playoff basketball at its best... things got physical early... about a minute into the game... nikola mirotic pushes curry to the floor then, draymond green and rajon rondo round two they start shoving it each other big story of the game for the pelicans... three pointers. they were 10-for-16 behind the arc in the first half mirotic and jrue holiday combined 6 three's and 37 points in the second -- kevin durant misses the three... steph cleans it up curry passes reggie miller for fourth place with 321 made three's in the playoffs steph... 19 points, 3 for 9 3pt, 6 rebounds later in the quarter... klay thompson cuts the pelicans lead by five at the break new orleans led by 13 in the first half. thompson scored 20 of his 26 points in the second quarter not a good game for durant... holiday steals the ball on the other end... former warrior, ian clark hits a corner three. clark... 18 points off the bench anthony davis exploded in the second half puts the game away with a vicious slam davis... 33 points and 18 rebounds new orleans wins 119-100 warriors lead the series... 2-1 steve kerr on curry's struggles "game two is always the hardest one after you come back from an injury. game one on a return you got the
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energy, the adrenaline, you're excited second game back is always much tougher". and that's sports... back to the great marty gonzales. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. (ácommercialá)
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the yosemite national park this morning. this is yosemite falls. ( marty ) here's a live look at the
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bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)a series of weak low and high pressure systems, and prevalence of a marine layer along the coast and onshore surface flow, will result in dry and generally seasonable weather conditions through the forecast period. a cooling trend is expected this weekend as an upper level trough moves towards the coast, then a moderate warming trend the first part of next week with renewed ridge development.
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( marty ) the parkland,
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florida school shooting rocked the nation like no other mass shooting before it ... largely... because of the way the students there responded.. the anti-gun movement they started álit a spark across the country. but there are two views to this issue.. kron 4's pam moore reports the mass shootings, so far, are affecting mostly affluent communities, while gun violence is affecting urban areas on a more regular basis. "so we are the change and we are going to be the generation that really makes tracks in terms of gun violence and gun violence prevention." 'what was your first reaction to parkland? "i was angry. i was sad. i was -what if that had been me. i, as a 13 year old, i shouldn't have to think about that." - lily conable - 17 years old encinal h.s. 118- 125"i was really disappointed to see this is still happening in our country and then i was really, really angry." jada
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white is thirteen and grew up in east oakland. lily conable is seventeen and lives in alameda.. growing up in different worlds by most standards but a shared fear about gun violence .. they both acknowledge the mass shootings at columbine and sandy hook .. but say parkland hit a different nerve.. "after columbine a lot of people thought this is a one off incident. this is an anomoly not going to happen again. then there was sandy hook was really young children. but with the parkland kids - they remember a time before sandy hook when we didn't do lock down drills. and they have fearlessly pursued what they feel is absolutely necessary." crowd at ogawa plaza / crowds/signs/ singerson march 24th- the day of the national demonstration s... that fearlessness spread across the country .. "we are done with thoughts and prayers. it is time for us..the youth to stand up ..walk out.. shout it loud and make change". hold crowd applause and rally nats softly under next track lily spoke at the huge and diverse rally in
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downtown oakland..last month audio transition from oakland crowd applause- jada went to washington d.c. with a delegation of kids from the east oakland youth development center. "it was really powerful to see a lot of other people marching for the same reason i'm marching".. "the examples of people like me who have been involved in urban communities highly affected by gun violence" "we live in a world where gun violence has become the norm.. not the exception.. we live in a world here students don't feel safe to go to school..." slow dissolve to lily sot full "we're gonna be the ones who change this. it's not anybody else. nobody else has done it for us. so we are the change and we are going to be the generation that really makes tracks in terms of gun violence and gun violence prevention. ( marty ) that was kron 4's pam
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moore reporting. be sure to tune into the kron 4 morning news tomorrow... for part 2 of this report. ( marty ) a south bay police chief had his gun stolen while he attended a graduation. it happened last friday at modesto community college. gilroy police chief scott smithee says he left his gun in his truck's center console while he attended the ceremony. guns were not allowed at the graduation. he returned to the truck to find his gun and and laptop were gone. modesto police arrested 36- year-old louis bru-beck in connection with the theft. ( marty ) cheif smithee says he's embarrassed and knows all too well that his stolen gun will not likely be recovered. ( marty ) a richmond
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family is reunited with their beloved french bull dog... mack...after he was stolen from their backyard. kron 4's ella sogomonian talked with the family. they are overjoyed after weeks of worry.back in the end of february - video surveillence captured the moment a man grabbed the family pet from their yard and ran off, the report circulated on social media and got the attention mack needed to get back home. pkga richmond family watched in awe as their cameras caught this man on their front porch who then went around the back, opened their dog kennel and stole their french bull dog mack.sot: michelle, dog owner// "i didn't know where he was so i missed him."they called kron 4 immediately and had faith they would find mack with the help of a news report. the dog owner says: (dubbed from spanish)sot: silvia navarro, dog owner// "at first we were hopeful but the days passed and people sent us photo after photo and it wasn't him. so we kept losing that hope."two months later mack is back home thanks to a vigilant couple that noticed social media posts of he was missing.that couple breed their own dog and were offered mack by a man who brought the him to their place.navarro
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says they remembered the missing posts and got in touch with richmond police.navarro, dog owner// "we are them to know we will help them out if they ever need anything."the family says their landlord helped in the search constantly sending pictures of potential dogs that may have been their pet pup, until finally they recognized him. sot: michelle, ( marty ) that was kron4's ella sogomonian reporting. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news ... police in the north bay release a motive in the deadly shooting involving an 71-year-old gunman. today, we're out here with some surprising facts about type 2 diabetes. so you have type 2 diabetes, right? yeah. yes i do. okay so you diet, you exercise, you manage your a1c? that's the plan. what about your heart? what do you mean my heart? the truth is, type 2 diabetes can make you twice as likely to die from a cardiovascular event, like a heart attack or stroke. and with heart disease, your risk is even higher. but wait, there's good news for adults who have type 2 diabetes and heart disease. jardiance is the only type 2 diabetes pill with a lifesaving cardiovascular benefit. jardiance is proven to both significantly reduce the chance of dying from a cardiovascular event in adults who have type 2 diabetes and heart disease alower your a1c.
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jardiance can cause serious side effects including dehydration. this may cause you to feel dizzy, faint, or lightheaded, or weak upon standing. ketoacidosis is a serious side effect that may be fatal. symptoms include nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, tiredness, and trouble breathing. stop taking jardiance and call your doctor right away if you have symptoms of ketoacidosis or an allergic reaction. symptoms of an allergic reaction include rash, swelling, and difficulty breathing or swallowing. do not take jardiance if you are on dialysis or have severe kidney problems. other side effects are sudden kidney problems, genital yeast infections, increased bad cholesterol, and urinary tract infections, which may be serious. taking jardiance with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you have any medical conditions. so-you still just thinking about your a1c? well no, i'm also thinking about my heart. now it's your turn to ask the serious questions. ask your doctor about jardiance. and get to the heart of what matters. ( marty )investigators are now
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revealing a possible motive behind a deadly shooting in mill valley. they've also identified the two victims as a father and daughter - and the gunman as a 71-year-old man who took his own life. kron 4's terisa estacio has more what we are the victims. no script no script
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the victims. learning about we are has more what terisa estacio kron 4's own life.who took
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his own life. kron 4's terisa estacio we are the victims. no script ( marty ) live look outside... san mateo bridge. (ácommercialá)
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tower. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave) a series of weak low and high pressure systems, and prevalence of a marine layer along the coast and onshore surface flow, will result
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in dry and generally seasonable weather conditions through the forecast period. a cooling trend is expected this weekend as an upper level trough moves towards the coast, then a moderate warming trend the first part of next week with renewed ridge development. ( marty ) bart is cracking down on
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people who don't pay. since march bart police have arrested more than one- thousand people for fare evasion. stanley roberts explains in this edition of people behaving badly. (i walked through, blood just started tripping, you feel me that how it happened you feel me) so you got money you just didn't do it (you feel me i
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don't know what happened bruh i lost my ticket you feel me the (censored happened) hmmm, he doesn't know what happened? so let's go back in time to see if we can get the full picture.here he is coming down the bart escalators at powell street bart station where he is asked for proof that he paid his fare he begins the search often called the ticket macarena ...but i call it the pocket pat it's when you search for something which may or may not exist at one point he says he doesn't think he grabbed it out the machine so the conversation continues.. i need to see your picture id which means he is about to be issued a fare evasion ticket you can't just go to the machine ah later you can i need to give you a civil citation don't worry about it will not go into your record its s civil citation ok bart has six new members of the team, they are fare inspectors and for the record they are not police officers what's going on but which
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means they are not armed but they do have body cameras that are on all the time to keep records of who the contact over a civic center station you don't have proof of payment so i do have to write you a citation people believe the fare inspectors are here to recoup the estimated 15 to 25 million dollars loses in fare revenue bart experiences every year they are not there are here to prevent any further loss of revenue it's gotta be done, i mean every day i take bart and ah i see people hopping the fence daily you know popping the fare so i think these guys need to be out here more often if anything they work in groups so they can check everyone there are no exceptions it doesn't if you are heading to the platform or you are already on the train they are equipped with special clipper card readers where's you fare i don't have time for this i gotta go to work which gives a yes or a no and ticket readers which show just how much money money you have left on the card nats: ambiance the fine for anyone under the age of 18 is 55 dollars . everyone else is 75what happened to your clipper card (i just followed someone else) you followed someone else oh so you piggy back behind somebody oh and after someone gets cited they still don't get to ride for free, they have to go back and buy a ticket.nats: ambiance they might be here, they might be there, they could be anywhere, they are the bay area rapid transit's newest resource in their battle against fare evasion tagging along with bart fare inspectors stanley roberts
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kron 4 news ( marty ) for your money this morning. the labor department says the unemployment rate fell to three-point-nine percent in april. it's the first time since 2000 that it's dropped below four percent. employers added 164-thousand jobs in april - slightly fewer than economists expected, but still better compared to march. analysts say the solid job growth is a continuation of an economy that has been growing for nearly nine years. april's hiring gains included jobs in mining, manufacturing, and health care. ( marty )coming up after the break... a drama about motherhood... and a comedy remake are now in theaters.
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live look outside... san francisco international airport. ( marty ) "avengers: infinity war"
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broke many records when it opened last weekend, and it's going to walk away with the box office crown again this weekend. earning another 100-million dollars or more. but if you're looking for other options, three new movies want your attention. david daniel has this look. (nat) "who needs a daiquiri? could you be a doll and get me a little snack?""you know i was just hired to do carpets, right?""you're fired." "overboard" is a gender- flipped remake of the kurt russell - goldie hawn 80's comedy, with eugenio (ay-oo-hehn-ee-oh) derbez as a spoiled playboy and anna (ah-na) faris as a working-class single mom. analysts figure it'll easily
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be the top new movie, debuting with 10-to-15 million dollars. (nat) hello. i'm tully." "tully" reunites director jason reitman, screenwriter diablo cody, and their "young adult" star, charlize theron. the oscar winner plays an exhausted mother of three whose life is changed by a night nanny, played by mackenzie davis. box office watchers see it opening with two-to-four million dollars. (nat) "welcome to nino's. that's a beautiful car, sir." "yeah? don't touch it." (nat) "bad samaritan" is the first wide release from director dean devlin's electric entertainment. robert sheehan stars as a small-time crook who crosses paths with a kidnapper played by david tennant. analysts are looking at a two-million-dollar debut for the thriller. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( marty ) take a look at this... nasa launched a mission to mars this morning. and for the first time, an interplanetary mission launched from the west coast. the space agency's previous
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voyages to other planets all launched from kennedy space center in florida. but insight took off from vandenberg air force base in california. the probe will help scientists draw the first detailed map of the interior of the red planet. it will take about six months for insight to get there. ( marty ) take a look at this... a calaveras county man catches a bear on his property. security video shows the man walking out of sight... and then theres the bear. the homeowner says the bear didn't look that old... and was probably a teenager. the video also shows the bear's fright and fascination with the man... you can see the bear playing a peak-a-boo game from behind the tree. but the homeowner wasn't interested in playing. so he slowly walked away from the bear. ( dave )lots of sun for your sunday before the rain machine grinds up tomorrow. tracking your forecast next ! (sara) travelers
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going to hawaii are nervous because of the recent volcano eruption and earthquakes. i'll have a live report with their reactions. (ácommercialá) ( marty ) here is a live
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look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)a series of weak low and high pressure systems, and prevalence of a marine layer
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along the coast and onshore surface flow, will result in dry and generally seasonable weather conditions through the forecast period. a cooling trend is expected this weekend as an upper level trough moves towards the coast, then a moderate warming trend the first part of next week with renewed ridge development. ( marty ) volcano's and earthquakes
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continue to rock hawaii's big island. eruptions show no signs of settling down at the kilauea volcano. the volcano spewed molten rock-- sending toxic gas into the air. about 17-hundred people have been forced to evacuate. the trouble started thursday with an erruption and lava flow from kilauea. and it's still going. on friday afternoon a magnitude-6- point 9 earthquake hit the island... the largest to strike in more than four decades. so far there are no reports of injuries or damage. police, firefighters, and the national guard are assisting with the evacuations. ( marty ) s-fo is a major hub for people traveling to and from hawaii. that's where we find - kron 4's sara stinson who's talking to passengers returning from, and heading to hawaii. sara? ((áásara-liveáá))a united flight from oahu just landed
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moments ago...while these people are coming from a different island, everyone is talking about the huge impact on the big island.this earthquake being the biggest to rock the island since 19- 75. the kilaeau volcano has continued to erupt and more than a thousand residents have evacuated. whether or not people are flying to the mainland or to other islands or just evacuating to a safer part of the island is my question...and i'm going to be talking to more passengers arriving here at s-f-o this morning. one man described to us just how much of an impact this has been to the big island. ((ááásara-liveááá))the biggest concern for the other islands has been the threat of a tsunami, but luckily it did not trigger one. here at s-f-o
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there have been no flight cancelations or delays due to the volcanic eruption or earthquake.live at sfo sara stinson kron 4 news.###
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bay...berkeley police arrested a man in connection with two brutal assaults. one of them happened a week ago and it was caught by a surveillance camera.it shows a cal student escaping into her dorm, after a violent struggle with the suspect. kron 4's hermela aregawi reports police believe the suspect is also responsible for an armed rape earlier . 27-year old alphonzo mcinnis is in custody tonight in connection with an armed rape and this attack. on april 28th.surveillance video shows a cal student escaping into her dormitory after a violent struggle with the suspect. the victim is fighting for her life. she was able to escape into the dormitory with her belongings. but students on the campus say.. this incident is making them rethink how safe they really are. marie claire de martino/student it makes me feel vulnerable and intimidated considering i live in a housing situation that is exactly the same as hers. it's just a different color scheme and so, i just feel like that could happen to me. i've spent my time in berkeley not really thinking about situations like
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that where i could be really hurt. it just makes me want to be more careful you hear about these things all the time but actually seeing it on video was really scary. and that person was really violent so it kind of changed my perspective. you see those alerts all the time but you don't really think. it's kind of a scary situation. police believe mcginnis is also responsible for raping a high-school aged girl at gunpoint on april 19. they say the girl was walking down the 1500 block of addison street during the day.. when the suspect grabbed her mouth, forced her into an alley and sexually assaulted her. sargeant andrew frankel/berkeley police departmentwe've heard from our community that they were afraid. we heard from our victims and we heard from members of the community who worried about sending of their kids to school. and we heard that in emails, tweets, on next door, from letters and emails to city government and here to the police department, and it's been a priority and we are hopeful that with this arrest, some closure can begin. mcinnis is a felon and has a sizeable criminal record including a conviction for armed robberies in 2015.
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( marty ) ( marty ) ( marty ) ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... more trouble for the company facing a 27-billion dollar lawsuit... over the hunters point cleanup effort. ( marty )plus... we'll introduce you to two bay area teenagers from two different backgrounds... who share one mission... violence. ( marty )and... the secret to living a long healthy life... may be easier than you think. the five simple habits that can help you live a decade longer... after the break.
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long healthy life may be easier than you think. a new study claims that following 5 simple habits can help you live a decade longer! reid binion takes a closer look in today's health minute. small changes to your behavior -- can have a big impact on your life. that's according to a new study in the journal circulation -- which found keeping up these five healthy habits at age 50 can add more than ten years to your life. one -- never smoke.two -- maintain a healthy body-mass index.three -- keep up moderate to vigorous exercise. four -- don't drink too much alcohol.and five -- eat a healthy diet. elyse sartor, clinical outpatient dietitian, northside hospital: "all of your organs work together including your heart and your brain and your gut and your immune system. so a healthy diet is going to be good for all of them."researchers measured the link between those five lifestyle factors and premature deaths using data from 1980 to 2014. they found that women who adopted the five habits lived 14 years more than women who didn't.
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men who also followed the lifestyle lived an additional 12 years. according to the study-- each of the five habits are linked to a reduced risk of dying from heart disease and cancer. researchers hope the findings encourage and motivate people to adopt a healthier lifestyle. elyse sartor, clinical outpatient dietitian, northside hospital: "there really should not be any excuses. your health is very important. it's critical in the long term. so, other things can wait. for today's heath minute, i'm reid binion. ( dave )
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toss to weather. (dave)a series of weak low and high pressure systems, and prevalence of a marine layer along the coast and onshore surface flow, will result in dry and generally seasonable weather conditions through the forecast period. a cooling trend is expected this weekend as an upper level trough moves towards the coast, then a moderate warming trend the first part of next week with renewed ridge development.
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( marty ) two supervisors with
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tetra tech have begun serving their sentences in federal prison after having plead guilty to falsifying data. the southern california based company tests and then cleans up contaminated soil. one of the company's contracts was cleaning up the old naval shipyard at hunters point. kron 4's dan kerman has the story. the goal is to turn the old hunters point navel shipyard into a new residential neighborhood but radiological contamination must be cleaned up first but two supervisors with tetra tech, the company charged with testing and cleaning up the soil are now off to federal prison after having plead guilty to falsifying data.sot the site is absolutely unsafe brian butler is with the environmental group greenaction which has been saying for sometime the shipyard has not been adequately cleaned and that has sickened the communitysot brian butler/greenaction 31-39 these men took clean samples and claimed they were from
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areas that were radioactively contaminated.federal prosecutors say one defendant justin hubbard admitted he drove his company truck to an area outside the marked survey unit that he was tasked with remediating, and filled a bucket with clean dirt that he then substituted for legitimate soil samples. another stephen rolfe admitted that he directed employees to get clean dirt from outside the appropriate marked survey units and to substitute this clean dirt for legitimately collected samples.sot charles bonner/attorney suing tetra tech 108-114tetra tech lied, its quite appropriate someone is going to jail because what they did was criminal.attorney charles bonner just filed a 27 billion dollar class action lawsuit against tetra tech on behalf of the community.sot they deliberately allowed radioactive materials to remain on the shipyard knowing it would blow over into the community in hunters point and create cancers and all kinds of diseases for these people 137/for these people
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( marty )illegal sideshows are now popping up across contra costa county. the most recent incident took place in the parking lot of a popular shopping center in pleasant hill. it happened thursday night in the parking lot of the crossroads shopping center. officers responded to a call about a large gathering of cars. ( marty ) concord police say an hour earlier they were called to the parking lot of hobbie lobby on willow pass road to disperse a group gathering for a potential sideshow ( marty )coming up after the break... it got pretty heated during last night's warriors
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playoff game against the pelicans. gary radnich has the recap ... next in sports. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)
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the sharks in las vegas... hoping to take a three-two series lead over the golden knights. let's head to t-mobile arena-- martin jones hoping to shutout the knights for the second straight game.want to give up a goal in the final seconds of a period james neal with a wrist shot... gives vegas a 1-nothing lead to end the first everything went down hill from there midway through the second... erik haula from a tough angle makes it 3- nothing golden knights jones... allows 4 goals and saves 27 shots sharks coach, peter deboer said before the game never count us out in the third... mikkel
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boedker cuts the knights lead by one san jose scores 3 goals in a span of 6 minutes sharks fall short... jonathan marchessault slaps an empty netter with one minute left golden knights win 5-3 sharks will try to force a game 7 on sunday night the warriors looking to take a 3-0 lead in a playoff series for the sixth straight time against the pelicans the last lost a game three was in the 2016 finals lebron james and the cavs let's head to the big easy--making his first playoff start this season the two-time m-v-p came off the bench in game two... and dropped 28 points in his return. playoff basketball at its best... things got physical early... about a minute into the game... nikola mirotic pushes curry to the floor then, draymond green and rajon rondo round two they start shoving it each other big story of the game for the pelicans... three pointers. they were 10-for-16 behind the arc in the first half mirotic and jrue holiday combined 6 three's and 37 points in the second -- kevin durant misses the three... steph cleans it up curry passes reggie miller for fourth place with 321 made three's in the playoffs steph... 19 points, 3 for 9 3pt, 6 rebounds later in the quarter... klay thompson cuts lead by five at the break new orleans led by 13 in the first half. thompson scored 20 of his 26 points in the second quarter not a good game for durant... holiday steals the ball on the other end... former warrior, ian clark hits a corner three. clark... 18 points off the bench anthony davis exploded in the second half puts the with a vicious slam davis... 33 points and 18 reboundswins 119-100 warriors lead the series... 2-1 steve kerr on curry's struggles "game two is always the hardest one after you come back from an injury. game one on a return you got the energy, the adrenaline, you're excited second game back is always much tougher". and that's sports... back to the great
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marty gonzales. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. (ácommercialá) here's a live
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look from sutro tower. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)a series of weak low and high pressure systems, and
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prevalence of a marine layer along the coast and onshore surface flow, will result in dry and generally seasonable weather conditions through the forecast period. a cooling trend is expected this weekend as an upper level trough moves towards the coast, then a moderate warming trend the first part of next week with renewed ridge development. development.
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( marty ) the parkland, florida school shooting rocked the nation like no other mass shooting before it ... largely... because of the way the students there responded.. the anti-gun movement they started álit a spark across the country. but there are two views to this issue.. kron 4's pam moore reports the mass shootings, so far, are affecting mostly affluent communities, while gun violence is affecting urban areas on a more regular basis. "so we are the change and we are going to be the generation that really makes tracks in terms of gun violence and gun violence prevention." 'what was your first reaction to parkland? "i was angry. i was sad. i was -what if that had been me. i, as a 13 year old, i shouldn't have to think about that." - lily conable -
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17 years old encinal h.s. 118- 125"i was really disappointed to see this is still happening in our country and then i was really, really angry." jada white is thirteen and grew up in east oakland. lily conable is seventeen and lives in alameda.. growing up in different worlds by most standards but a shared fear about gun violence .. they both acknowledge the mass shootings at columbine and sandy hook .. but say parkland hit a different nerve.. "after columbine a lot of people thought this is a one off incident. this is an anomoly not going to happen again. then there was sandy hook was really young children. but with the parkland kids - they remember a time before sandy hook when we didn't do lock down drills. and they have fearlessly pursued what they feel is absolutely necessary." crowd at ogawa plaza / crowds/signs/ singerson march 24th- the day of the national demonstration s... that fearlessness spread across the country .. "we are done with thoughts and prayers. it is time for us..the youth to stand up ..walk out.. shout it loud and make change". hold crowd applause and rally nats softly under next track lily spoke at
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the huge and diverse rally in downtown oakland..last month audio transition from oakland crowd applause- jada went to washington d.c. with a delegation of kids from the east oakland youth development center. "it was really powerful to see a lot of other people marching for the same reason i'm marching".. "the examples of people like me who have been involved in urban communities highly affected by gun violence" "we live in a world where gun violence has become the norm.. not the exception.. we live in a world here students don't feel safe to go to school..." slow dissolve to lily sot full "we're gonna be the ones who change this. it's not anybody else. nobody else has done it for us. so we are the change and we are going to be the generation that really makes tracks in terms of gun violence and gun violence prevention.
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( marty ) that was that was kron 4's pam moore reporting. be sure to tune into the kron 4 morning news tomorrow... for part 2 of pam's report. ( marty ) a south bay police chief had his gun stolen while he attended a graduation. it happened last friday at modesto community college. gilroy police chief scott smithee says he left his gun in his truck's center console while he attended the ceremony. guns were not allowed at the graduation. he returned to the truck to find his gun and and laptop were gone. modesto police arrested 36- year-old louis bru-beck in connection with the theft. ( marty ) cheif smithee says he's
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embarrassed and knows all too well that his stolen gun will not likely be recovered. ( marty ) a richmond family is reunited with their beloved french bull dog... mack...after he was stolen from their backyard. kron 4's ella sogomonian talked with the family. they are overjoyed after weeks of worry.back in the end of february - video surveillence captured the moment a man grabbed the family pet from their yard and ran off, the report circulated on social media and got the attention mack needed to get back home. pkga richmond family watched in awe as their cameras caught this man on their front porch who then went around the back, opened their dog kennel and stole their french bull dog mack.sot: michelle, dog owner// "i didn't know where he was so i missed him."they called kron 4 immediately and had faith they would find mack with the help of a news report. the dog owner says: (dubbed from spanish)sot: silvia navarro, dog owner// "at first we were hopeful but the days passed and people sent us photo after photo and it wasn't him. so we kept losing that hope."two months later mack is back home thanks to a vigilant couple that noticed social media posts of reprots that he was missing.the family says that couple was looking to breed their own dog and
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were offered mack by a man who brought the him to their place. navarro says they remembered the missing posts and got in touch with richmond police. sot: silvia navarro, dog owner// "we are so grateful i want them to know we will help them out if they ever need the family says helped in the constantly sending pictures of potential dogs that may have been their pet finally they recognized him.sot: michelle, dog owner// "i'm so happy now because he's always going around next to me!"tag ( marty ) that was kron4's ella sogomonian reporting. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news ... police in the north bay release a motive in the deadly shooting involving an 71-year-old gunman.
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( marty )investigators are now revealing a possible motive behind a deadly shooting in mill valley. they've also identified the two victims as a father and daughter - and the gunman as a 71-year-old man who took his own life. kron 4's terisa estacio has more what we are learning about the victims. no script
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and after and after and after the break ...
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you'll meet a man who received a special surprise ... after losing his home and business in the northbay wildfires. (dave)a series of weak low and
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surface flow, will result in dry and generally seasonable weather conditions through the forecast period. a cooling trend is expected this weekend as an upper level trough moves towards the coast, then a moderate warming trend the first part of next week with renewed ridge development.
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( marty ) it's been almost seven months since the north bay fires. thousands
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people were affected. more than a thousand homes and businesses were destroyed during the fires ... and as we celebrate small business week... we welcome small business owner chris rhodes who lost his home, and livlihood to the wildfires.
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chris rhodes has worked in santa rosa for more than 30 santa rosa for has worked in chris rhodes cheering>chris rhodes has worked in santa rosa for more than 30 years, has built 100s of homes and has a unique and tragic story:7 he lost his home in the wildfire.7
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he lost his business - as everything he owned was in the garage where he lived - typical of self-employed people.7 he watched 30 years of work go up in smoke - as he watched from his home - the mountain where he built homes burn in front of his eyes. there's much more to chris' story that just thishe's really seen as a local hero back home for all the ways in which he gives back to his community.
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( marty ) "avengers: infinity war" broke many records when it opened last weekend, and it's going to walk away with the box office crown again this weekend. earning another 100-million dollars or more. but if you're looking for other options, three new movies want your attention. david daniel has this look. (nat) "who needs a daiquiri? could you be a doll and get me a little snack?""you know i was just hired to do carpets, right?""you're fired." "overboard" is a gender- flipped remake of the kurt russell - goldie hawn 80's comedy, with eugenio (ay-oo-hehn-ee-oh) derbez as a spoiled playboy and anna (ah-na) faris as a working-class single mom. analysts figure it'll easily be the top new movie, debuting with 10-to-15 million dollars. (nat) hello. i'm tully." "tully" reunites director jason reitman, screenwriter diablo cody, and their "young adult" star, charlize theron. the oscar winner plays an exhausted mother of three whose life is changed by a
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night nanny, played by mackenzie davis. box office watchers see it opening with two-to-four million dollars. (nat) "welcome to nino's. that's a beautiful car, sir." "yeah? don't touch it." (nat) "bad samaritan" is the first wide release from director dean devlin's electric entertainment. robert sheehan stars as a small-time crook who crosses paths with a kidnapper played by david tennant. analysts are looking at a two-million-dollar debut for the thriller. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( marty ) ( marty ) take a look at this... nasa launched a mission to mars this morning. and for the first time, an interplanetary mission launched from the west coast. the space agency's previous voyages to other planets all launched from kennedy space center in florida. but insight took off from vandenberg air force base in california. the probe will help scientists draw the first detailed map of the interior
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of the red planet. it will take about six months for insight to get there. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 and tonight for kron 4 news at eight.
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- [narrator] this edition of bay area bargains
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is sponsored by russell's fine furniture. (upbeat music) - we're at russell's fine furniture in santa clara. welcome to bay area bargains. i'm henry tenenbaum and we're here with the founder of russel's fine furniture, richard russell and his grandson josh who's ... - hi, henry. - you're not richard russell. - no. - no, you're taller than he is. richard obviously isn't here. you wanna introduce folks to this man? - this is elias, he's our general manager. he's been with the company for 30 years so-- - and how old are you? - 27. - i've known him all my life. - so i've known him forever, he's part of the family. knows all the furniture. - he even looks like josh, that's what's amazing. - yeah, identical twins. - they could've been twins. - oh my god, no. - okay, separated at birth.

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