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emotional words from just one of the thousands of people forced to evacuate their homes after the volcano erupted in hawaii.(justine) officials say lava spurting into a residential neighborhood on hawaii's big island has destroyed five homes. (justine) good evening and thanks for joining us. i'm justine waldman...(jrs) and i'm j.r. stone... thousands of people are still without power and the ground is still shaking in hawaii -- that powerful volcano eruption days ago has been followed by the island's biggest quake in 43 years. (justine) meanwhile, mandatory evacuations are still in effect for residents near the "kilauea volcano" as new volcanic vents open. kim hutcherson kim hutcherson has the latest. hawaii's biggest island-- shaken and stirred. timothy trun / leilani resident: "we're about to enjoy dinner, and then the cops show up and tell us we have to go. and everything changed in an instant."days after the most active volcano on the island
erupted-- the area is still under threat. fountains of lava and dangerous gas chased hundreds of people out of their homes.new video shows hot lava splattering dangerously close to neighborhoods."all we heard was a boom! within minutes we see smoke. and all this lava coming across the street." people are still facing the threat of more quakes, spewing lava and toxic gas. the "kilauea volcano" erupted thursday-- sending sulfuric acid and molten rocks into the air. on top of that-- a magnitude 6.9 quake hit the area friday-- shaking homes already impacted by the eruption. that quake was the most powerful one on the island since 1975, according to the us geological survey. "it scared me, it really scared me. first time in my life i ever seen shelves wave back and forth like that." hundreds of smaller quakes have hit the island -- forcing people to stay on high alert. "i feel emotional inside i just feel really displaced like i'm not sure what to do. and i feel pretty alone right now."officials say at least six lava vents have opened...
and volcanic activity shows no signs of slowing down. david ige / hawaii governor: "it's unpredictable, we don't know which way the lava is going to flow. we are planning actively for every contingency that we can think of."i'm kim hutcherson reporting. (justine) kron4 first told you about hawaii's volcanic eruption through a breaking news push alert. download the kron4 mobile app and be the first to know about breaking news when it happens. (jrs) a san francisco girl is one of the first in the nation to join what used to be the boy scouts of america. the organization recently changed its name to scouts bsa to be more inclusive.(justine) and 8-year old jordan fong wants in on the action. the family spoke to kron 4's hermela aregawi. she joins us she joins us live from san francsico with that story. hermela, what inspired her to join?
this is the aftermath -- milpitas fire fighters responded to a vehicle into a building saturday afternoon that sent a man to the trauma center.the driver crashed into a donut shop just as a man was coming through.. ngocthao pham owns the salon at the same shopping strip.. she says it's not the first time a car hit the donut shop.. milpitas fire chief says the victim is in stable condition with non life threathening injurieshe says the driver was okay -- and all parties involved are very lucky (go)authorities helped the owners clean up the mess there were minimal structural damage..the donut shop was business as usual - i saw customers in and out of the shop picking up fresh donuts. we're live in milpitas, gayle ong kron 4 news. (justine) taking a live look outside....(jr stone) meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has our forecast. (mabrisa rodriguez)a slight cooling
trend is likely to persist into sunday as a weak weather system pushes inland north of the region. this will also help to deepen the marine layer with the potential for some late night or early morning coastal fog and/or drizzle. warming conditions are then likely early next week in response to building high pressure over california.
anything that can burn - like wood piles or brush- 30 feet awat from your home. and review your homeowners' insurance policy. while calfire tells us, emergency responders are prepared for year-round wildfires.... 'the public needs to take on the responsibility to be prepared as well'. familiarize yourself with local emergency plans. know how to get there to evacuate. maintain an area 30' away from free of anything such as wood leaves, brush, and other can burn.homeowner's and also prepare/update a home's contents. (jr stone) police arrested a man for having 15 pounds of meth in gilroy officers were able to capture juan quinter-osicarios friday... after conducting an investigation. officials say the 35-year-old had brought large quantities of meth into gilroy. a search warrant was also served at his home in monterey county. police say gilroy is a popular destination for drug traffickers because it's linked to a number of major highways. (justine) on june 5th, a santa clara county judge is facing a recall election ...after he sentenced a former stanford university swimmer to a short jail sentence for sexual assault. judge aaron perksy was targeted for
recall... after sentencing brock turner to six- months in jail for sexually assaulting a female student... recall supporters argue that persky takes sexual assault cases too lightly. however the judge's supporters argue he was following the recommendatio n of the county's probation department and the sentence was legal. the case is being seen as a sign of whether "me too" movement supporters turn out to vote. (jrstone) democratic leader nancy pelosi is calling for a prompt investigation into sexual abuse allegations against representative tony cardenas. the los angeles congressman is denying claims he molested a minor back in 2007 when he was a city councilman. the lawsuit claims cardenas gave a 16-year-old girl a cup of water during a golf outing. she claims she collapsed and cardenas fondled her while on the way to the hospital. cardenas's lawyer is calling the allegations quote
"categorically untrue." (justine) coming up -- 4 your health tonight... a case of the measles has been reported in california... the county it happened in... and the symptoms you should look for... when we come back. (jrs) plus...a first of its kind event in northern california. we'll take you to the cannabis cup, where all you need to participate...is a valid id. (justine) how people in the bay area celebrated cinco de mayo... when we come back
(justine) the california highway patrol is stepping up enforcement this weekend... looking for drivers under the influence. in south bay, it is because of the sharks playoff game tomorrow. and today, for cinco de mayo celebrations.(jr stone) to celebrate the mexican holiday.. people in jack london square enjoyed a day with lots of food, vendors and dancing. kron4's michelle kingston takes us there... (mk)this cinco de mayo -- was all about the turf dancing -- in oakland's jack london square ánatáit's a type of dance that started in the 90s ... and has been gaining popularity ever since.ánatájohnny lopez, turfinc"i dance because it's something i am passionate about and i hope that everybody around the world will know more about bay area turf dancing so that's my goal right now to spread it around
the world so thats why i'm doing it."johnny lopez started turf inc a few years ago -- an oakland based company dedicated to creating positive changes in the community through dance -- and organized this year's cinco de mayo eventjohnny lopez, turfinc"the best part of today is bringing all this traditional mexican stuff here today ... myself, my parents, all these wonderful mexican vendors who never get love for the things we have in oakland so all i did was bring them over here and we are making history right now."traditional dancers were also performing and celebrating the holidaycecilia villa, dancer"ever since i was little i wanted to learn more about my culture and this is a way for me to get involved and know where my family and background came from."michelle kingston, @mkingstonnews"but it's not all about the dancing here today. people are also enjoying shopping and the food."luis johnston, oakland "oh, i am having a great time. i love being out here in oakland. jack london square a great place to be. fantastic!" justin gastwirth, oaklandcinco
de mayo is always a good time so it's nice to see the culture around."amber cox, oakland"it's beautiful to see the community just be at a peaceful event where everyone's having a good time. i love it."with vendors and all kinds of food -- families said the first annual cinco de mayo dance festival at jack london square was a great event sylvia kwan, oakland "wonderful! it's awesome."in oakland -- michelle kingston -- kron 4 news (justine) just a few days after sacramento's city council approved it, thousands of people gathered for the high times cannabis cup. attendees can buy and smoke marijuana freely at the trade show and concert. some would say it's a cannabis lover's dreams. the cannabis cup kicked off yesterday at cal expo. it's the first time a cannabis festival has been held on state property. about 15- thousand people are expected to attend this weekend's event. entrepreneurs are taking full advantage of this opportunity.david hudson/entrepreneur: "we're hoping to just raise brand awareness and get people to try the product, check out the
varieties that we have to offer." attendees can also enjoy live music. artists like ludacris and gucci mane performed last night. singer lauryn hill is expected to close out the festival tonight. (justine) taking a live look outside....(jr stone)(jr stone) meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has our forecast. (mabrisa rodriguez)a slight cooling trend is likely to persist into sunday as a weak weather system pushes inland north of the region. this will also help to deepen the marine layer with the potential for some late night or early morning coastal fog and/or drizzle. warming conditions are then likely early next week in response to building high pressure over
california. (j.r.) some concerning news out of fresno county tonight. health officials there health tonight. rashes.cough, and include fever, symptoms individual. the infected (mabrisa rodriguez) california. pressure over building high pressure over california. (j.r.) (j.r.) some (j.r.) (j.r.) some concerning news
person was infected out of the state and symptoms developed when they returned. those at the hospital and the ugent care center are now trying to contact those who may have come in contact with the infected individual. symptoms include fever, cough, and rashes. (jrs) kron4 first told you about the fresno county measles case through a breaking news push alert. download the kron4 mobile app and be the first to know about breaking news when it happens. (justine) in san francsco, people paid tribute to the late mayor ed lee by planting a tree in his honor, on what would have been his 66th birthday. mayor lee passed away suddenly late last year. today, there was an emotional ceremony at city hall. kron 4's sara stinson brings us the story. it's been early five months since mayor edwin mah lee passed away. ("we continue to miss ed as much as i'm sure you all do.")("you think i miss him, oh i miss him, i miss ed lee.")to honor lee -
family, friends and city leaders all gathered together saturday morning to plant a magnolia tree in view of city hall.("ed would have been so pleased knowing you were all here to pay tribute to him.") the perfect way to tribute the man who worked tirelessly to make the city a better place dating back to when he served as the public works director. ("we now have a legacy of infrastructure that will be tied directly to ed lee for future generations.")lee's work ethic is something everyone talks about.("he was the kind of public servant who worked 24/7.")the ceremony brought tears as lee's sister talked about how much this tree means to their family. ("the sweet fragrance of the magnolia tree will bring back sweet memories of ed. as a devoted mayor, a loving family man, a hard working colleague, a kind friend.")there was also laughter as mayor willie brown told old
stories about lee. ("i said why do you need a damn shovel you're my public works director, he said because somebody needs to do your job.")from lee's mother - to mayor mark ferrell - everyone - grabbed a shovel to help plant the tree that will now stand tall to honor mayor lee. ("possibly add other soundbite if there is time)("the planting of this magnolia tree in ed's honor will continually remind us of ed's love for san francisco, dedication to the city and all he did as the first asian-american mayor of san francisco.")sara stinson, kron 4 news (justine) there is a special election in june to vote on a new mayor for the city of san francisco. (jrs) coming up -- the fbi says there were more active shooters and more people killed by active shooters last year than in any single year. we'll break down thos numbers right after the break. (justine) and a mural of
(jrs) in southern california, a school mural is sparking debate about freedom of expression and what's appropriate on school grounds. the mural shows president trump beheaded with a spear through his mouth. dan plante reports. nat sound:it's a mural that's now making waves all across the country.take a look.it's president trump... with his head on a spear.reporter: "first of all, i showed you the picture. first impression of the picture itself?"teen:"i was shocked by it. i don't
know the school setting, and first of all, i think it's not appropriate to do that kind of pictures of artwork." it started with a simple concept. complete the colorful mural that surrounds a local charter school in chula vista.a public school, supported by public money.teen:"they need to take it down. they need to take it down, put up something more positive. i understand they don't like trump, but that's not the way to show it."the artist is a woman called ásasha andrataá.she refuses to speak with us on camera, but sent us this facebook message ...... basically thanking us for the free publicity, and offering her artistic talents in the future.so far, 40- thousand people have chimed in, including comedian george lopez, who liked áthe artist'sá posting on facebook. dan plante:"even though the school says they're either going to take this down or they're going to change it and, as you can see, they haven't done anything yet except put a piece of plastic over it and block it with a string of buses so nobody can see it. the question is did the school know about this before the mural went up and why did they allow it to
happen to begin with?"the artist claims that the charter school approved the mural, before it was painted.but we're still not sure if they knew exactly it would be like this.teen:"i feel like it represents a lot, and it means a lot to the artist who created it. i view this as freedom of speech. i don't think this is something that is going out of the line."in today's political climate, there is clearly áa great divideá.just as certain groups always hated president obama... the same is true with donald trump.reporter:obama?" teen:would have the same opinion."áfreedom of speechá is the amendment to the constitution... everything has limits.teen:"with freedom of expression, with freedom of speech comes responsibility." so, is this a responsible speech?and is a public school the right forum for such a thing.teen:"like it's taking this to a whole different level. you have a spear going through the president's throat or face as you said, as you've shown me. and that's too much, that's too graphic for a school setting." (jrs) that was dan plante reporting -- the charter school says the number one thing on their mission statement is to create a safe and accepting environment. (justine) nasa launched a mission to mars this morning... how this
mission is planned to help scientists. (jrs) ahead at nine...their nine to five resumes are impressive enough...but when you start hearing how many lives these two have saved in their áoff time...it's eye opening. meet the bay area law enforcement couple...our latest kron4 heroes...as we visit their vacaville rescue ranch (justine) and -- hundreds of people made some extra money today.. at a gun buyback event in san mateo county... why they turned their why they turned their old firearms in.... and why deputies say this is so important to the community.
(jrs) people dropped off hundreds of guns in redwood city today where the san mateo county sheriff's office paid people in cash for the exchange.(justine) a group raised the money to pay people back. kron 4's ella sogomonian take us there and fills us in on how it went. more than three hundred people
made some extra cash saturday afternoon in redwood city in the second gun buyback event for san mateo county in the last five years. sot: john murphy, participant// "my father passed away a year ago and we inherited his guns from wwii. the family decided that we would dispose of them and this came up as an opportunity."for varying reasons more than 400 guns were dropped off at the four hour event.in exchange the sheriff's office paid up to $100 for handguns, shotguns, and rifles and up to $200 for assault weapons... no questions asked. sot: rosemerry blankswade, san mateo county sheriff's office// "we like having it anonymous like this because we feel we get more interest with that in mind a lot more people i think like not having to go through the process of going to a firearm's dealership." $136 thousand dollars was raised to pay for the guns by a local group called citizens for a san mateo county gun buyback that formed after the parkland school shooting in florida.sot: nilu jenks, citizens for a san mateo county gun buyback// "i really wanted to see something done in response to gun violence in our country and there have been a lot of episodes lately and what could we do? and we found something we could do and it's been pretty awesome." sot: rosemerry blankswade, san
mateo county sheriff's office// "less people who might be a victim of a residential burglary wont have firearms either unsecured or even secured in safes that can be taken away so statistically speaking yes if we have less firearms in the community that will mean less availability." congresswomen jackie speier and anna eshoo plus assemblymember kevin mullin contributed to the cause...the county along with eleven of 20 cities in san mateo county donated at least $5,000...with san carlos matching funds up to $50 thousand dollars.the only information at the buyback collected was the serial number for each gun.the sheriff's office reports all the firearms will be melted down and destroyed.in redwood city ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (justine) the fbi says (justine) (justine)(justine) (justine) the fbi says
there were more active shooter incidents in 2017 than in any other year recorded. the new report examines shootings in the u-s over the last two years. it found that - last year -- 138 people were killed in 30 separate active shooting incidents in the u-s. the fbi defines an active shooter as anyone actively killing or trying to kill people in a populated area-- the data doesn't include information on drug- or gang-related shootings. there were 20 active shootings in 2016 that killed 83 people. (jrs) in dallas -- protesters from all sides of the gun control debate were out in force saturday outside the national rifle association convention in dallas. the father of one of the parkland, florida, school shooting victims, fred guttenberg spoke at one gun reform rally at a city park ... ... gun rights supporters heckled guttenberg wth a bullhorn as he tried to speak. "do you want to know know how
my daughter was murdered? is that what you want to ask me? she was in february. do you want to know about it? no, but i blame the nra for what happened. do you want to know the details of her running down the hallway with a gun pointed at her back. do you want to know? if you don't want to know about that, you can leave."nat sound:fred guttenberg:"no, i'm done with you."nat sound:"shame! shame! shame! shame!" the gun the gun rights supporters were eventually escorted from the event by dallas police. guttenberg spoke at an event organized by the recently- formed "no rifle association". hours after that rally, a smaller group staged what it called an "open carry" pro-gun rights event in the same park. (justine) how many people can honestly say... they save lives not only at their job... but also... in their off time. (jrs) not many right. but our two latest kron-4 hero's... aren't like most people.
there's lots of love...and lots of wet kisses here at lucky ones ranch.thao le, walnut creek dispatcher: 41:06 - we just love animals (dodger walks in front) me: it shows established as a non-profit two years ago...this five acre piece of tranquil paradise just outside vacaville now serves as a second chance for dozens of animals. the couple responsible: vince ones and his wife of 12 years, thao le...who met in the mid 90's in an a-o-l chat room.04:00 - donkeys great nats oh yes, there are donkeys. 10 pot belly pigs, 2 goats, 5 horses, couple llamas, bunnies, dogs, cats, a pony, tortises...and as thao likes to say...hella chickens and roosters.thao: 13:10 - he's from craisgslist too, people thought he was a female...grant stand-up: 52:21 the oldest member of lucky ones is ricky, 30 years old...he was rescued before he was shipped to mexico where he would have been slaughtered for horse meat. and banana is the youngest member, he was adopted after the farm where he was living didn't want him anymore. these are sobering stories, but thao and vince here try to have fun with all this, they named him banana, because, you know, baaahhh-nana.33:15 vince: everyone who comes here and visits us, they leave with a
smile.34:00 thao: we've actually had two moms of autistic kids who are non-verbal and after visiting here and going home they said a word for the first time. and that was special, moms were crying and we were crying, pretty cool. they welcome special needs kids, school groups, law enforcement families, anyone really, who wants to come feed or pet or just relax.thao: 46:40 at first it was my own therapy cause of the calls i would take and i couldn't get them out of my head i would carry them home. for more than a decade now...thao's than a decade for more for more than a decade now...thao's been a local 911 dispatcher...currently in walnut creek. and during that time vince has been a contra costa county deputy...who's now working as a detective in lafayette.sgt. rossberg: always has a smile on his face. vince was just named county deputy of the year for 2017 in the special operations division for his remarkeable division for his people.like most hero's... aren't latest kron-4 hero's... aren't like most people.
(justine) still ahead -- an 87-year-old woman has fulfilled her lifelong dream. why it took so long for her to reach graduation day...! (mabrisa)i have your forecast coming up a bit later on... (jrs) and -- over 200 cats are safe tonight after being rescued... we'll hear from those heros who were there to help... right after the break. my name is jamir dixon and i'm a locate and mark fieldman for pg&e. most people in the community recognize the blue trucks as pg&e. my truck is something new... it's an 811 truck. when you call 811, i come out to your house and i mark out our gas lines and our electric lines to make sure that you don't hit them when you're digging. 811 is a free service. i'm passionate about it because every time i go on the street i think about my own kids. they're the reason that i want to protect our community and our environment, and if me driving a that truck means that somebody gets to
>> dr. stanley: remember this: cannot change the laws of god. when he has visited you in some form of adversity and he brings you through that, that's like he has increased the strength of the foundation of your life and your faith in him. [music] (jrs) welcome back -- 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 get there. nasa thinks the 790-pound craft will land on november 26th. insight will be joining five other nasa spacecraft operating on or above mars. (justine) in alabama. an 87-year-old woman fulfilled her lifelong dream. patricia cassity walked the stage at the university of alabama and received her college diploma -- a moment 70 years in the making. her course work...dates all the way back to 1947. in her last quarter... she decided to head to alaska to work for the air force. that's where she met her husband bernard and started a family. however deep down- she and her husband knew how much she wanted that degree. but at the time, it wasn't possible...until recently.(sot) "they had to get transcript out of the archive and i thought that will take
forever. is it in the attic in a box? or down in the basement?"(justine) cassity didn't have to do any coursework to get her degree. she had apparently taken everything required for a bachelor of science degree -- she just didn't know. (justine) an animal rescue group in florida is under investigation... after more than 200 cats were removed from the facility friday.(jr stone) officials said they took 247 felines from a farm due to concerns about their health. six were in such poor condition that they had to be euthanized. hillsborough county animal services says this is one of the largest cases the county has seen. they think there are dozens more cats at the site. but workers are having a tough time accessing all areas and are having to wear protective equipment. lori letzring/manager, pet resource center:"we're still trying to get inside the house. the property itself has a lot of filth, a lot of smell. there were cats
everywhere."(justine) there were also over 100 exotic birds on the property. officials from florida fish and wildlife are assessing the health of those birds. (jrs) still ahead -- a baby lemur needs a name! how you can vote on what to call this cute male pup coming up (justine)caught on camera: an illegal dumper dropping an entire tree in the street. our stanley roberts uncovers that this is not first time.. or the only spot. the only spot. ♪ ♪ legendary jockey víctor espinoza is insatiable when it comes to competing. ♪ ♪ so is his horse. ♪ ♪ when it comes to snacking. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ that's why he uses the chase mobile app, to pay practically anyone, at any bank. life, lived victor's way.
you are looking at night vision video of a landscaping truck in san jose in the process of dumping a load tree trimming in the street and this is not the first time it's just the first time its been caught on camera if you keep watching you can see the driver made sure his entire load of trimmings were completly dumped on the street in the daylight you can clearly see all the large pieces of cut up wood and tree trimmings that was left. we had multiple episodes of people coming by in the middle of the night and dumping off tree trimmings .this is michael hall president and ceo of mac cal based in san jose on lunction ave. it's been going on for about 6 months and it always seems to be on sunday night. now when you hear of tree trimmings you tend to think of leaves and branches, but in this case and for the cases in the past it's
been an entire tree and listen to this it caught on fire, so the fire department came by on monday and then the city came by and picked it up thursday i believeand the problem is no limited to mac cal because just a few blocks away i forun what appears to be another large pile illegally dumped debris nats ambiance ironically, this pile sits right outside of the recology office it contains everything from rolls of carpet to lawn scraps oh yes and a dishwasher in fact up and down rodgers ave which intersects with junction ave you can see evidence that this industrial section of san jose has a problem with illegal dumping wondering why the other cases were not caught on camera listen to michael because we didn't have the cameras up. we added the camera's just to try to catch them because there is so much dumping going on sometimes it''s weeks before the city can get out here and actually pick it upnow look closely at the video you can see that the passenger was aware of the camera's his back during the event at it's believed that the truck is a new truck because there were no logos on the truck or visible markings mac cal has had issues where the trash was blocking their gates to enter the business so michael had to foot the bill in san jose stanley roberts kron 4 news
inland north of the region. this will also help to deepen the marine layer with the potential for some late night or early morning coastal fog and/or drizzle. warming conditions are then likely early next week in response to building high pressure over california. (j.r.)we are less than 24 hours away from more playoff away from than 24 hours we are less (j.r.)
(j.r.)we are less than 24 hours away from more playoff basketball...golden state warriors style. they will take on the pelicans in game four at 12:30 sunday afternoon. the team lost game three to the pelicans in new orleans 119 to 100. 6 foot 10 anthony davis had 33 points. the pelicans shot 50 percent from the field and
45 percent from three point land. the warriors still lead the series two to one. the team had practice today down in louisiana. draymond green and rajon rondo have been getting into things and jawing at each other. coach steve kerr said he understands that but he was a bit concerned about rondo trying to trip green at one point and trying to get under curry on another play. they're competing i don't see anything wrong with that except for the tripping . i'm all for getting underneath a guys skin but you can't try to step on a guys foot or try to swipe a guy under his feet as he is shooting. those are dangerous plays but other than that i like the competition. wild one today in philly. tie game 76ers-celtics....jj reddick...passes to...who knows... terry "rozear" rozier steals it...he gets the
ball to al horford who lays it in... 76ers have a second and a half left....they need to to tie...marco belinelli...the fadeaway. it's in. sixers tie it...overtime here we come. boston down one less than 10 seconds left. they get the ball into horford. he's able to get the ball in. that gives the celtics the lead. philly with one last chance....broken up....the ball is stolen...boson goes on to win this game. they take a three to zero series lead. today was a big one in the horse racing world. kentucky derby going on. and that means the derby hats were in fashion today. justine...check out these hats. all sorts of styles here. almost a....lets see how much i can put on my head kind of day. fun times all around. nice to see all the colorful hats because. it was not a colorful day out churchill downs in
louisville. very wet weather. flooding nearby but the race would go on. justify had 5 to 2 odds to win the race. those were the tops odds. justify would go on to win the race. first time in 136 years that a horse that didn't race as a two year old won the derby. congrats to justify. (jr stone) the giants in atlanta facing the braves san francisco looking for their fifth straight series win. top third... giants up by two evan longoria gets his 15-hundred career hit with an r-b-i double buster posey scores... giants take a 4-1 lead two batters later... alen hanson, who was called up for the injured joe panik hits a 2-run shot to left field. the rookie finishes with 4 r-b-i's giants win 11-2... they finish with 18 hits san francisco is on fire... they have won six of their last seven
has just been born at san jose's happy hollow park and zoo.(justine) now the public is being asked to vote on his name. the yellow- eyed...black and white ruffed lemur was born april sixth...and just might outscore even a panda on the cuteness scale. there are three name choices anyone can vote on. loka...which means "prize"... zandry...or volana...which means "moon" in malagasy. lemurs have been hunted and habitat- deprived almost to extinction...and the birth is part of a species survival plan for the critters.name.. on our website ... kron4.com. kron4.com.website ... name.. on our to vote on a critters.for the