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(pam) now at ten: an earthqauke centered in oakland... but felt across the bay area. thank you for joining tonight im pam moore. (ken) and im ken wayne. the quake.. a magnitude 3.5... with an aftershocklet's get right over to meteorlogist lawrence karnow who has been monitoring the quake since it happened just after seven. lawrence karnow: low clouds and fog were very slow to burn off today and as a result temperatures wiere cooler. highs today were mainly in the 60s. doppler radar is tracking some thunderstorms over the sierra. if you're headed in that direction be careful and prepared for more thunderstorms and dangerous lightning stikes throught the middle of the week. on the satellite you
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can see low pressure over nevada. there's another weak low pressure center to our west too. as it approaches the coast it will help deepen the marine layer resulting in more fog and areas of drizzle. tuesday will start with thick fog and coastal drizzle with only partial afternoon clearing. highs will be cool with 50s and low 60s at the coast, 60s around the bay, and 60s anda a few low 70s inland. there is a slight chance of a few showers on wednesday but they will be widely scattered. high pressure should build slowly into next weekend with warmer weather and more sunshine.
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babies if you hear this, mommy loves you. (pam) police say, ten children were tortured and abused inside a fairfield home .... and tonight, we are learning more about what police say, are the horrible conditions inside the house... (ken) both of the parents have been arrested. this all happening at a home on fieldstone court in fairfield. that is where police say, the ten children were first found two months ago and as kron 4's charles clifford explains they were living in the middle of garbage and human waste.... (grant) as you can imagine -- neighbors are just shocked to hear what was
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happening inside the home.many said they had no idea any children even lived there.. never seeing any of them. kingston reports from that neighborhood. waste....and human of garbage in the middle of garbage and human waste....
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(grant) neighbors tell us they were shocked to hear what was allegedly happening inside the home.many said they had no idea any children even lived there.kron4's michelle kingston reports from that neighborhood. (mk)larry magnaye, neighbor"i just learned that they had 10 kids over there. i'm shocked" neighbors here on fieldstone court in fairfield say they look out for one another and know most of each other ... and are in disbelief learning the condition áinside this
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home -- human and animal feces and garbage throughout the house where children ranging from four months to eleven years old were living.magnaye "it's pretty quiet in here so to me that's a shock."larry magnaye said he never saw any of the 10 children but says he met the mother in march when she claims her son went missing. police say he was later found in a neighbor's bush.magnaye"she was like asking me if she could check my backyard if the kids there and stuff."magnaye says áalso saw the father just last week. magnaye"pretty quiet. i saw the guy last week cleaning something there and just wave, a little neighbor hey what's up as we were driving off."we knocked on the door of the home this afternoon -- the screen is broken ... and the windows are all closed.. a young man answered the door. "we're not doing no press conferences, i'm sorry. can you tell us what happened at court today? no, i'm sorry." michelle kingston, @mkingstonne ws"neighbors say they never saw any activity at this home -- no noise, no disruptions. and again never saw any of those 10 children and are just heart broken about what was going on inside. in fairfield michelle kingston kron4 news."
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(grant) our coverage continues at kron4- dot com. there you can read the court documents from this case. see reaction from the accused father's family...who called the charges embarassing. and watch the police press conference... it's all at kron-4 dot con. (ken) another big story we are following tonight--- a woman is behind bars, after she is accused of trying to steal another woman's baby on mother's day. it happened yesterday as a mother was pushing her 2 month old baby in a stroller near natoma and 14th streets in san francisco's mission district. that's just 2 blocks away from the 16th street bart station. police say 23- year-old diamond harris of pleasant hill reportedly tried grabbing the baby from the stroller. they say witnesses stepped in and stopped harris. she then left the scene with three other people-- but police eventually found her and arrested her. (ken) kron 4 is your local
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election headquarters... and tonight we are taking a look ahead, at one of the biggest contests in this june's primary election when san francisco will vote on a new mayor...(pam) candidates london breed and jane kim shared a stage in a forum this evening ... but this one followed an incident over the weekend, where some breed supporters... shouted racial slurs at kim. kron 4's ella sogomonian was at tonight's forum .. she joins us live in san francisco. ella - any tense moments tonight? live it was a civil event, breed and kim showing no sign of any issue and while i was there not even a mention of the incident.all the candidates for san francisco mayor showed up in good spirits with their eye on the prize. vo seven of the eight running for mayor were at the forum hosted by the common wealth club tonight.michelle bravo didn't appear.the rest addressed varying issues that have come up repeatedly during this campaign.after introducing themeselves and their platforms candidates answered questions about open
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air drug use, housing and traffic congestion, plus car break ins most of which agreed on a having a dedicated unit within the police department to investigate and the district attorney's office to prosecute.sot: jane kim, san francisco board supervisor// "one we need a dedicated unit of district attorney's that just prosecutes auto burglaries. currently if you're a da you get a docket from auto burgs, all the way up to homicides. and which case are you going to drop? you're going to drop the auto burglaries and for right reason. however if we have a dedicated unit prosecuting these types of low, non violent property crimes, i think that we're going to get a lot farther."sot: angela alioto, attorney and former san francisco supervisor// "also amen to the concept of a dedicated within the san francisco police department. but we have to get full force staffing of our police officers. we've got 1600 police officers presently, we'll have 300 less because of people retiring in june. and full force staffing is 2200 which is what we asked for a whopping 20 years ago."sot: ellen lee zhou, public health worker// "for your dollar to be at work we need to evaluate the department heads who are in charge and work with them. now is the time to set up new laws because prop 47 passed a lot of felons were released on our streets. the sanctuary city that protects all the felons from other countries, that is not acceptable." ((cont. vo)) the race is ranked choice so
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if one candidate gets a majority vote they win.if that doesn't happen the candidate with the least votes is eliminated and the voters' ballet goes to their second choice. that goes on until their is a clear winner. tag the special election for mayor will be held june fifth. the winner will continue the remaining term of the late ed lee. live in san francisco ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (ken)tonight: students are saying that sonoma state univeristy needs to make changes after a deadly stabbing on campus over the weekend. the murder suspect has been arrested... but one
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frustrated student tells kron4's haaziq madyun what happened when she reached out to the university for help dealing with some of her roommates visitors... the person has been identified as 19-year-old tyler bratton of santa rosa. petaluma police allege that bratton stabbed to death a 26-year-old male victim inside a dorm here on the campus of sonoma state university shortly before 7:30pm sundaypetaluma police say although the incident happened on campus neither the suspect nor the stabbing victim are sonoma state students. both men appear to have been visiting a female student living in the dormthis student lives in the dorm next door. she describes coming across her neighbor and the stabbing suspect. she asked not to
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reveal her identitysotsotin fact this roommate...who also asked that we conceal her identity... actually lives inside of the dorm where the stabbing occurred. she says she feared for her safety and reported that to the university police sot
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young people engaged in sexually activity report a high level of not using barrier methods. sexually transmitted diseases have reached a new high across the state. according to the california department of public health... there has been a 45- percent increase in infections over the past 5- years. s-t-d's can cause serious health problems if left untreated. kron 4's ali reid is live in concord with this story ... that is all new at ten. ali? s-t-d infections have reached an all time high here in california, and the health department says young people are the ones most impacted by the increase.pkgaccording to
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the health department, skyrocking s-t-d rates are highest among people under age 30.sara levin, md / contra costa std comptrollerwe're seeing this in all cases of stds. gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphillusmore than 300,000 cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis were reported in 2017. congenital syphilis was nearly extinct years ago ... last year the disease caused 30 stillbirths in california ... the highest number reported since 1995.kathleen gomez / college studenti'm shocked the numbers keep rising even more shocking ... there's been a 45 percent increase in new infections over the past 5 years. doctors say the earlier you get treated, the less of a chance to pass it on to your partner.most of them are curable and all of them are treatable.there is still stigma surrounding getting tested and treated. one college student says many young adults his age are somewhat careless about safe sex.carlos vergarathey're more focused on partner to partner and the cheap thrill of partner to partner and sexual intercourse.standupif you are sexually active, it is a good idea to get tested at least
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once a year.engage in high risk behavior, you should get tested even more often. reporting live from concord ... ali reid ... kron 4 news ... (pam) coming up: a new ruling from the u.s. supreme court on sports betting.. why the court says banning betting ... violated principles of states' rights. (ken)plus: all parents want their children to be safe.. and some turn to technology for help. an in-depth look at the best way to use a tracking app without damaging your relationship with your kids. (pam) two hot octane teams duking it out. next: we speak with fans while they watch the warriors take home a big win.
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(grant) the warriors take crucial game one in the western conference finals over the houston rockets. the score in this "shootout" - 119-106 this the first time the dubs started a playoff series on the road under steve kerr and it was a shootout of a game... kron 4's gabe slate is in alameda tonight with lots of dubs fans who say this unique event is the best way to watch. nats game hundreds of warrior's fans showed up to the alameda theater off central avenue in alameda where they turned one of their movie theaters into the ultimate big screen watch party. sound from fans - "it's
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so cool it's really neat it's so much better than watching it at home. you got to come out and support the team. this is the best way to watch the game"nats game tickets are $5 the money raised is donated to help local youth sports this is the forth playoff season the theater is doing this. sound from bob shannon - watch party host"we do it for the kids the first three years we raised $60,000 and we put into knights basketball courts for the underprivileged kids here "the fans here are confident that the rockets will not stand in our way of another championship. sound from fans - "yeah we're going to win. it's going to be close but i think we're going to win. we are going to win for sure. oh we are going to win. i'm confident we will win. we're going to bring it home and we are going to win it in five or six."in alameda gabe slate kron 4 news
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(pam) the u.s. supreme court ruled today.. that states should be allowed to sponsor sports gambling. in a six- to- three vote, the judges reversed the ruling on the 19-92 professional and amateur sports protection act. that act banned most states from sponsoring or authorizing betting ... related to sports. only nevada, montana, delaware, and oregon were exempt. (pam) the high court determined that the act violated constitutional principles of states' rights. (ken) since the decision stock prices have risen for gambling provider caesars entertainment. kron4's j-r stone joins us in the newsroom...... j.r. not everyone is on board. (j.r.) yes there are a lot of people who are for this but the groups i talked with are concerned about the kids out there. they say it would go from online sports gambling to main stream.
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sotsotmany outside of at&t park in favor of sports gambling on the same day that the supreme court paved the way for states to legalize it. sotbut while most share those opinions due to the posibility of extra tax revenues some not so much.sotmichael liao is with the nicos chinese health coalition. a non profit group that talks to middle and high school students about gambling addictions. california state officials say around 30- thousand calls came in to their gambling help line last year. more than 32-hundred were referred to additional help avenues.sotas for many fans that we talked with. they were more concerned about the actual games. concerned about more money involved and more college players being paid to help change a scoresot (j.r.) illegal online sports gambling is estimated to be a 150 billion dollar industry. that's a lot of money that is
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going overseas. pam, ken now back to you.to you.ken now back overseas. pam, going money that is that's a lot of industry. dollar be a 150 billion estimated to gambling is online sports illegal (j.r.) (j.r.) illegal online sports gambling is estimated to be a 150 billion dollar industry. that's a lot of money that is going overseas. pam, ken now back to you. a live look outside on this
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monday night...(ken)lawrence is here with the forecast. lawrence karnow: low clouds and fog were very slow to burn off today and as a result temperatures wiere cooler. highs today were mainly in the 60s. doppler radar is tracking some thunderstorms over the sierra. if you're headed in that direction be careful and prepared for more thunderstorms and dangerous lightning stikes throught the middle of the week. on the satellite you can see low pressure over nevada. there's another weak low pressure center to our west too. as it approaches the coast it will help deepen the marine layer resulting in more fog and areas of drizzle. tuesday will start with thick
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fog and coastal drizzle with only partial afternoon clearing. highs will be cool with 50s and low 60s at the coast, 60s around the bay, and 60s anda a few low 70s inland. there is a slight chance of a few showers on wednesday but they will be widely scattered. high pressure should build slowly into next weekend with warmer weather and more sunshine.
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(pam) still ahead: another crash invovling a tesla and its autopilot feature. what the driver says did not happen, before the car hit a fire truck things got wild at a florida high school prom.but it wasn't because of the kids.it was the wild -- well, actually exotic -- animals.well explain why the school is now being invetigated
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part of the entertainment at a prom... now florida wildlife is investigating .. (ken) miami's christopher columbus high school posted videos of the tiger's appearance at friday's prom on its instagram account, which have since been deleted.people on social media criticized what they called the tiger's apparent mistreatment.one video showed the tiger pacing anxiously in a cage on the dance floor as loud sounds from speakers boom. but some students who were there say the entire thing is being mischaracteriz ed.in other videos, the tiger is resting calmly in the cage. the principal said the performance did not reflect the school's founding values
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or sensitivity to animal rights--and issued an apology to the school community (pam) coming up: the death toll continues to rise. why thousands are protesting the move by the united states to move the embassy to states to move the embassy to jerusalem from tel aviv. (ken)plus: a family wants to encourage others to adopt in the unqiue way they did. why they say adopting an "embryo" can complete a family. (pam)and next: a process over two years in the making. why prosecuters say the greusome details of the maddie middleton murder are the reason the suspect should be tried as an adult. (lk)tease the ten at ten
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(ken) the young man accused in the 2015 rape and murder ofmaddy middleton was back in court today, about two-and-a- half years after he was arrested andconfessed to the crime.(pam) now, as kron four's rob fladeboe reports, adrian gonzalez has pleaded not guilty... amid a court battle over whether or not he should be tried as an adult. 18 year old adrian "a..j." gonzalez entered a plea of not guilty monday to charges of murder with a special allegation of lying in wait, kidnapping, forcible rape and lewd acts with a child. the child was 8-year-old madyson "maddy" middleton, whose body was found in a dumpster
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outside her home in santa cruz in july of 2015. gonzalez was fifteen when the crimes occurred but prosecutors want him tried as an adult. recently approved prop 57 however, says a judge, not district attorneys shoud make that call. a judge has since sided with prosecutors but the defense has appealed that ruling.larry biggam/public defender ".....this kid never has a therapist or a counselor in his entire life until after these horrific crimes. in my mind the village failed and missed many opportunities and he has responded well at juvenile hall..."jeff rosell/district attorney ".... the callousness of this crime, the premeditation, the sexual assault of an 8 year old, the callousness of all that and the way he disposed of her body are what makes this an appropriate case to be tried as an adult..."after spending almost two years in juvenile hall, gonzalez is now being held in the main jail. if tried and convicted in adult court, he faces life in prison. madyson's grandfather says her family is tired of waiting for justice.bruce jordan/madyson's grandfather "....there's a videotape confession and yet nothing positive has happened in two
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and a half years, that's our legal system..."pending an appeal court ruling in his favor, adrian gonzales is scheduled to return toadult court on july 31st for preliminary hearing. in santa cruz rob fladeboe kron 4 news (pam) the man accused of being the golden state killer .... was back in a sacramento county courtroom today... joseph deangelo appeared in a barred -off area....and this time, for the first time, the 72-year-old former police officer was 'not' using a wheelchair in court. cameras were not allowed today. he is accused of at least a dozen murders, and nearly 50 rapes in the1970's and 1980's. no significant action was taken today - and deangelohas still not entered a plea. his public defender
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talked to reporters afterwards.. diane howard/public defender: i don't believe that we're going to be entering a plea on may 29th, but things can change, but i just don't believe that they will. reporter: so what happened in there today?diane howard: it was a continuance of motions that we've been fighting of sealing of arrest and search warrants and so forth. reporter: as far as the suspect appearing a lot stronger, do you have anything to say about that?diane howard: i don't.reporter: how does he feel? diane howard: i'm not going to talk to you about his condition. (pam) there were questions about whether deangelo was as weak and helpless as he appeared ..... during an earlier court hearing.. meantime - a judge is considering whether to make public the search and arrest warrants.. another hearing has been scheduled for may 29th. (ken) police and accusers are turning up the heat on high school teacher and santa clara city councilman dominic caserta. it was last week... when allegations of sexual harassment surfaced.... as caserta continues his campaign for santa clara county supervisor. among the nine accusers... a 19 year old
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woman who says she worked on caserta's campaign for supervisor up until last week. (sot) it proceeded to inappropriate touching, he touched my legs, my thighs, my arms , he started massaging me and i told him to stop and he didn't listen to me. (ken)(ken)(ken) this afternoon...members of the group daughters over dollars staged a protest in front of this caserta campaign billboard calling on outfront media to remove it. members of this group...are expected at tomorrow's city county meeting. (pam) the united states formally moved its israeli embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem today. meanwhile, along the border between israel and gaza, thousands of palestinian protestors showed up.. scores have been killed by israeli forces. president trump appeared by video to celebrate the new embassy location five months, after he formally recognized the city as the capital of israel. but palestinians are marking a
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different kind of history. the embassy move comes on the 70th anniversary of israel becoming a country. palestinians have long hoped to claim part of jerusalem as átheir future capital. riyad mansour / palestinian representative to the united nations: "this is the life of the palestinian people and those who think that opening the embassy opened doors to peace, let them really know what is happening in the gaza strip."(pam) saudi arabia and egypt have condemned israel for what they describe, as the violent use of force against palestinian civilians. south africa and turkey have removed their ambassadors from israel... and iran says, the move will speed up israel's annihilation. (ken)two controversial pastors delivered blessings monday at the opening ceremony to relocate the u-s embassy in israel to jerusalem. both pastors have made disturbing statements in the past about other religions... including judaism.tom foreman reports. nats: "we thank you every day that you have given us a president who boldly stands on
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the right side of history..." the prayer by robert jeffress drew quick applause from team trump, and fast fire from critics who note the baptist pastor's long history of attacking other faiths... robert jeffress/first baptist church pastor: "it is an evil religion. it is an oppressive religion."jeffress has condemned islam, catholicism, hinduism, buddhism; he's said jews can't be saved, and he's gone after mormons, too... robert jeffress/first baptist church pastor: "i'm saying it's a theological cult..." the white house tried to distance itself from the controversy...raj shah/deputy white house press secretary: "i've not heard those comments and obviously those aren't remarks the president believes in..."...but former republican presidential nominee mitt romney - himself a mormon - tweeted: "such a religious bigot should not be giving a prayer..." at the embassy opening. trump nats: "where is he? come here. i love this guy!"for trump, however, the equation is wildly different. jeffress strongly supported his presidential bid, he advises the president, and he helped push eighty-percent of white evangelical voters to trump's side in the election... pres. trump: "he said 'he may not be perfect, but he's gonna make this country great - he's a leader and that's what we need' and i want to thank you pastor." another pastor taking part in the dedication: john hagee. he told the . the ultra- conservative breitbart website trump will win "political
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immortality" for the embassy move.. john hagee/founder, senior pastor of cornerstone church: "jerusalem is and always shall be the eternal capital of the jewish people..."problem is in the nineties hagee suggested adolph hitler was fulfilling a prophecy through the holocaust..voice of john hagee/founder, senior pastor of cornerstone church: "and the hunters shall hunt them'... that would be the jews. hitler was a hunter." hagee says his comments were grossly misrepresented - his group said the comments were based on the writings of a jewish theologian .....and similarly jeffress cites context and history in defending his comments... robert jeffress/first baptist church pastor: "islam is wrong, it is a heresy from the pit of hell."
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(ken)here in california;young palestinians gathered outside the israeli consulate in los angeles today to protest the u-s officially opening its embassy in jerusalem.they held palestinian flags and a sign that read "jerusalem is the capital of palestine." lawrence karnow: low clouds and fog were very slow to burn off today and as a result temperatures wiere cooler. highs today were mainly in the 60s. doppler radar is tracking some thunderstorms over the sierra. if you're headed in that direction be careful and prepared for more thunderstorms and dangerous lightning stikes throught the middle of the week. on the satellite you can see low pressure over nevada. there's another weak low pressure center to our west too. as it approaches the coast it will help deepen the marine layer resulting in more fog and areas of drizzle. tuesday will start with thick fog and coastal drizzle with only partial afternoon clearing. highs will be cool with 50s and low 60s at the coast, 60s around the bay, and 60s anda a few low 70s inland.
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there is a slight chance of a few showers on wednesday but they will be widely scattered. high pressure should build slowly into next weekend with warmer weather and more sunshine. (pam) (pam) now to a big story we have been following out of utah... a tesla driver says, she rear- ended a fire truck, while using the semi- self driving autopilot feature in her car . authorities say, the car did not brake before impact.. tonight, we know the autopilot feature was engaged. the tesla model s... hit the fire truck while it was stopped at a red light friday. the cause of the crash is under investigation. the driver suffered a broke ankle. the fire truck driver did not require
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treatment. police say, they do not believe the tesla driver was under the influence. (ken)all new at ten:technology is helping parents keep track of their children.. whether they like it or not. just knowing where your child is is reassuring. and when to get them out of a bad situation can be important. as reporter jack royer tells us.. with a few clicks on your cell phone you can discover not only where your kids are but what they ar doing. parents with children of a certain age have likely heard or them or used them- tracking apps, that keep tabs on your kids ever move. apps like life360 show you every detail...down to the speed your child is driving, and where they've been going. "18:45 when they got their first phone it was either 7th or 8th grade." craig martin uses the app to track his 4 teenage daughters. the youngest 12, the oldest 18. all of them, "shows where all of our phones are located" just an iphone touch away. 35-40 craig martin/parent of teenagers "19:32 we just said this is the way it is. but some parent's aren't as open about it. many try to spy on their kids. dr. dale wisley has decades of experience as a
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child phycologist, and says transparency is key. "i prefer an approach where you make it absolutely clear to the young person what you're doing. if you're going to carry around something like a cell phone, i need to be able to know how you're using it and make sure you're using it responsibly and that's reasonable contract to enter into with kids." for 15 year old morgan madden, life looks a lot different now thanks to tracking apps. she's following her passion - she says - all because her parents snuck the tracking app on her phone.1:23-1:30 morgan madden/parents use tracking app "15:15 i was like what the hell, like why are you doing this. why can't you trust me you know?"she says she was hanging out with people her parents thought might get her into trouble and admits lying to her parents often about where she was. but an iphone app called "find my friends" got her out of trouble. her parents where able to find her, and go to her exact location- when she needed it the most 15:46 i'm really grateful for that app.." morgan's mom, joye, hopes other parents will consider the right- and wrong ways- to track their kids. "i think
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the best way to do it is to sit down and have a conversation and that way they don't feel like they are being followed. we ended up having an agreement and a contract that if she removed it from her phone then she lost her phone."free apps like "find my friends" just show you the current location of your child's phone. but others...like life 360...provide incredible detail. history of where your teenager has driven, how fast they drove to get their- even how much battery is remaining on their phone. in society today you don't know what's going to happen. it's sort of a mental and emotional security blanket for us. and a reality of modern parenting. 20:14 "we'll never get to the point where teenagers are going to tell their parents everything they're doing. and we shouldn't be there. ---- technology should not be a substitute for the hard work of being a good parent in the life of a child." (ken)but what's (ken) (ken)but what's good for tracking children can also be used by kids to track their parents. the live 360 app even makes note of not only of where you are driving only of where note of not even makes the live 360 app their parents. kids to track also be used by children can tracking good for but what's (ken) (ken)but what's good for
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tracking children can also be used by kids to track their parents. (sports) coming up i'll have all the day's sports highlights and scores. fearless is a wild animal.
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crazy enough to believe it can change the world. fearless is resilient enough to suffer the slings and arrows -- and come out stronger. fearless reads the rules, understands the limitations,
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listens to the naysayers -- and then goes ahead and does it anyway. you know what we make. fearless makes us who we are. mercedes-amg. driving performance. (pam) families are
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formed in many different ways -- including adoption.but there is an unusual type of adoption you might not know about: frozen embryo adoption.(ken) it's helping a nebraska couple build the family they've always wanted.julie cornell has their story. in their back yard-- and with boundless energy-- jenny and david hancock celebrate their family.jenny hancock/ mother "it wasn't until a year into marriage we found out we couldn't have children. adoption was always something we wanted to pursue."they welcomed ruby and grace as foster children and faced 5 years of ups and downs-- trying to adopt the girls. jenny hancock/ mother"we were congruently pursing an embryo adoption."the bellevue couple learned you could adopt frozen embryos-- extras from couples
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who did infertility treatments. it's through a non-profit, christian-based, embryo donation center in tennessee. david hancock/ father"that's a hard decision for some of these families, maybe they have a few kids and feel they're done having kids and more embryos are left."that's where two-year old kate enters the picture.jenny hancock/ mother"her name is kathryn joy, and it means pure joy and totally fits her."this is her earliest photo-- kate was one of these embryos-- transferred to jennifer's uterus after a home study, medication, and careful timing.jenny hancock/ mother"there's that anticipation and hope that it's going to lead to life and you see the pictures of the embryos."david: "you want to give them the best chance they have at life."they chose an anonymous adoption knowing only simple profiles of the biological parents. jenny hancock/ mother"they give you basic information, physical characteristics, eye color. we joke that she's 2 going on 16." and she's right.here's the mind-blowing part with a bit of a time warp. kate-- as an embryo, was on ice for 14 years.david hancock/ father "you look at her, she's a full blown kid and she was preserved in 2001 at negative 321 degrees, just a small collection of cells."jenny hancock/ mother"amazing.. so god was making a plan for our
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family when we were 16 years old."with upwards of 600- thousand embryos in the deep freeze, the hancocks want others to know about this option.and the little girls they call a blessing-- no matter how they were adopting. david hancock/ father"i know that the lord has blessed us as parents through the adoption and hopefully he's going to use us to bless the kids and share his love with other people." we've been waiting for it all season... warriors- rockets game one... let's get it on... james harden... ready to go... as is chris paul... in his first
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conference finals on the other side... kevin durant... and steph curry... looking to get a leg up on the road harden was hot early... the step-back 3-pointer over curry... rockets took an early 8-point lead... harden with 41 points... 56-56 tie at the half 3rd quarter... warriors take control... curry... gets into the act... drives and scoops it in... 81-70 wariors... steph had a quiet 18 ponts and 8 assists 4th quarter... they slowly pull away... durant... 3-pointer... right over harden... 100-87 warriors... 37 points for k-d klay thompson... all alone... for the triple... 106- 96 warriors... 28 poins and 6 threes for thompson chris paul... annoyed... wariors shot 53-percent... the rockets only 13-of-37 behind the arc final score... 119-106 warriors lead the series 1-0... game 2 wednesday in houston... let's go to the podium to steve kerr and the players...(sot: warriors post) "they felt this, the relish it, and i think they took the challenge tonight and played awfully well""they're a
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good team, not only draymond. they made tough shots. they made, you know, i mean... i don't know.""you don't win the series with one game. you got a lot of work to you. we gotta come back, get a little greedy game two, and try to get another one." the giants back at home hosting the red-hot cincinnati reds... a rugby field was set up outside at&t park tonight... okay... top 1st... brandon crawford... makes a nice stop at second base...twirls and throws to brandon belt... who makes a nice dig at 1st to get the runner bottom 3rd... 4-1 giants... kelby tomlinson... up the middle for a base hit... belt and crawford score... 6-1 giants bottom 6th... 7-4 giants... belt pulls one down the right field line... andrew mccutchen and buster posey score... 9-4 giants... belt also homered amd had 3 hits final... 10-4 giants... they snap the
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reds 6-game win streak a's in boston... david ortiz..."big papi at fenway park tonight... top 4th... jonathan lucroy... goes down the left field line and into the corner... matt olsen and matt chapman score... 3-2 a's top 8th... a's up one... khris davis... with his 12th home run of the season... this one a solo job... 6-4 a's botom 9th... 6-5 a's... blake tiernan... induces the ground out by mookie betts to end the game a's win 6-5... pay 2nd of 3 games in boston night (wipe to maxwell)
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(weather) coming up i'll have the seven day forecast.
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marshall tuck will change that. in california, 3 million kids can't read at grade level. tuck turned around struggling schools, raising graduation rates over 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. karnow: low clouds and fog
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were very slow to burn off today and as a result temperatures wiere cooler. highs today were mainly in the 60s. doppler radar is tracking some thunderstorms over the sierra. if you're headed in that direction be careful and prepared for more thunderstorms and dangerous lightning stikes throught the middle of the week. on the satellite you can see low pressure over nevada. there's another weak
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low pressure center to our west too. as it approaches the coast it will help deepen the marine layer resulting in more fog and areas of drizzle. tuesday will start with thick fog and coastal drizzle with only partial afternoon clearing. highs will be cool with 50s and low 60s at the coast, 60s around the bay, and 60s anda a few low 70s inland. there is a slight chance of a few showers on wednesday but they will be widely scattered. high pressure should build slowly into next weekend with warmer weather and more sunshine.
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at the same time that violent crime went up 18% in san francisco. in la, mayor antonio villaraigosa put more police on the streets and cut violent crime in half. california's police chiefs trust antonio for governor. just naked chicken chalupa it's back with a vengeance. along with a spicy new wilder version. so when it comes to taco bell's mild or wild naked chicken chalupas, heed my advice, and say no to spice. brought to you by the council and not taco bell.
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