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pond. this is new video showing the car after it was pulled from the water this morning in alameda county. and tonight the victim has been identified as 34-year-old keith leung. hello i'm grant lodes. (vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis. the crash was first reported last night. it happened in alameda county... on crow canyon road between castro valley and san ramon. the victim lived in danville-- and tonight kron 4's terisa estacio spoke to the man's father as his family mourns their loss. (estacio reporting) this is all that is left of the tesla s class sedan as it was pulled out of a pond in castro valley along crow canyon road. the driver identified as 34 year old keith leung of danville. tak leung, father. he was smart, hard working basically not worry about academics from elementary to college. le-ung - keiths' father spoke with kron four news. he says authorities contacted him late sunday night - telling him about his son's deadly accident. the chp says the owner of a nearby property noticed a broken sign - when he investigated he saw the
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tesla. right now, all aspects of the crash are under investigation. it is unknown the cause, or whether the tesla was in auto- pilot mode. tak. "he loved all wind and brass instruments." keith's father showed me his room. playing music was keith's passion. there was a a trumpet by his bed. this is keith in a recent concert. leung - went to san ramon valley high school. he was a high achiever he graduated with a double major from uc berkeley immediately after graduation was hired at shell oil as a chemical engineer. then got an mba at uc davis. leung. he also loved tutoring. his father says - besides his full time job, he tutored kids in both academics and music. leung. every day he leaves to go to working and then in afternoon, he teaches private tutor. (estacio reporting) leung says keith's mother is out of the country, but now rushing back. in castro valley, terisa estacio (grant) another big story we are following tonight-- two victims in a double homicide in san jose have been identified. kron 4's rob fladeboe has the latest on the investigation.
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rob fladeboe/san terisa estacio (grant) another big story we are following tonight-- two victims in a double homicide in san jose have been identified. kron 4's rob fladeboe has the latest on the investigation. rob fladeboe/san jose "....the santa clara county coroner has identified the two people found shot to death here on remote stretch of sierra road as emilio salazar and jennifer martinez..."a memorial for the victims grows bigger each day here on the 38-hundred block of sierra road in the berryessa neighborhood known as skyview. flowers, candles and some heart felt messages now mark the spot where the two victims, both in their twenties, were shot to death. this was the scene last wednesdaynight as police rushed to the area about 10
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o'clock in response to reports of gunfire in the area.gary lopez/neigbor "....we heard a car speeding down the hill but a lot of kids race up and down theroad here at night so we didn't think much of it..." neighbors say that parts of remote sierra road are aslo pouplar late night party spots. san jose police offered no new information about the case regarding any possible suspects. a few people came by on monday to pay their respects and add to the memorial but asked for privacy. they did say they do not believe the killings are gang-related.rob fladeboe/san jose "....salazar and martinez are san jose's 9th and 10th homicdes so far this year. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news. (vicki) (vicki) tragedy this morning at san francisco international airport. a
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man fell to his death inside one of the terminals. kron4's haaziq madyun at sfo - and reports on the fall that's under investigation. here at san francisco international airport a man reportedly fell from the mezzanine level in terminal 3 to the baggage claim areait happened around 8:45 monday morning here inside baggage claim number 4. that is where officials at sfo say an unidentified man in his late 50's to early 60's fell to his death between the escaltor and the baggage claim servcing united airlineswitnesses tell kron4 that this may not have been an accident. that is because witnesses say they saw several people who appeared to be trying to prevent the man from jumping from the upper level. this section of the airport was understandibly off limits. these blue dividers were used to keep the investigation out of the view of travelers making their way through the airporthowever a few hours later the grim spectacle of the coroner removing the covered body from the terminal was unavoidable the investigation into the cause of the incident is being handled by the san mateo county coroner's office, who say it is too early to comment on the cause as it remains under investigation. the coroner is also withholding
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the identification pending notification of next of kin...at sfo haaziq madyunkron4news (grant)(grant) new police body cam video from the sonoma county wildfires has been released...and it's chilling to see...(vicki) it shows santa rosa officers trying desperately to get people to safety on the night ofoctober 8th and 9th... catherine heenan is here with a look atthe video.. (catherine) the body cam video conveys some of the fear and confusion of that night -- when the north bay wildfires began... you see and hear officers trying to evacuate people...while sounding increasingly worried themselves.... sound from police body cams - these houses are clear. what about this one. those are
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clear - but not these. let me buckle you in sir, i'm glad we found you. your whole street is on fire. ok guys - this is a little close for meall of santa rosa is completely on fire. our house might burn down.should i grab shoes? no - just get in. we don't have time for shoes.why didn't you leave earlier - did you know? i didn't have a car. that man answered "i didn't have a car." another problem that night - people who'did' have a car - but didn't know how to manually open their garage doors after power outages.. police say that led to deaths which could have been prevented. coming up at 6 - 11th hour rescues as police tried to convey to people just how bad things were becoming.. grant and vicki? (grant) and more new
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video tonight showing a brush fire in american canyon. you can see the plume of smoke in the distance on the hill. these images were sent to us from a kron-4 viewer-- who used our mobile app to share the pics. the fire broke out this afternoon off of american canyon road. firefighters quickly contained the blaze and the cause is under investigation. (vicki) happening now... bart is considering sealing off a hallway inside their civic center station that's become notorious for drug activity.(grant) kron4's maureen kelly gives us a first hand look at the problem. this video posted on youtube showed the civic center station hallway turned into a drug den....with some openly shooting up or smoking up....others slumped over....nodding off. last week at meeting the san francisco mayor and the heads of both muni and bart an idea was floated to close this section off. it's long enough that someone can stand in the middle and watch out for law enforcement coming from either end.watch the man in the plaid pajama bottoms walk into the hallway....look around, turn his back as three bart officers approach from the other end. he lights up a substance, inhaling the smoke thru a small tube....exhales and walks away....he was able to leave the hallway just as the officers were entering
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from the other side. bart says closing the area won't impact commuters since there are entrances to both bart and muni at either end of the hallway. it was just essentially create two islands instead of having one big long hallway (standup)the next step in moving this idea closer to reality, the bart gm needs to reach out to the state fire marshall to make sure the isn't a public safety concern with shutting this walkway down.some riders say the closure will just spread the problem to other areas. they're gonna continue to keep doing it and do it on the bart train because we see recently see needles on the bart and that's scary bart says they are tacking this problem from many including working with sfpd to boost patrols in the station.bart board member bevan dufty says he wants to see the city bring more outreach worker here to get addicts the help they need it's a cat mouse game there's so much narcotics moving around upstairs every san francisco knows that. i'm not trying to criminalize people that are using i'm trying to break this up and get people help and change the ecosystem his goal is a lofty one...to get a handle on this situation and make civic station one of the best in the system.maureen kelly kron4
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(grant) (grant) national news: texas mourns for the ten people shot and killed at a santa fe school. the 17-year old suspected the 17-year old suspected shooter is being held on charges including capital murder. as the investigation continues -- the victims' lives are remembered. omar jimenez has more from santa fe, texas. 10 white crosses line the santa fe high school's lawn. each cross has a hearta picture and a nameto honor the ten lives suddenly taken by a
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shooter.people at this school were counting the days until the end of the school year.all that changed friday -- when the sound of shattered their sense of safety.callie wylie/ student: "we just ran basically for our lives."four minutes after the shooting started -- officers arrived at the school's art lab -- and started trading shots with the gunman --who investigators say was armed with a sawed-off shotgun and a .38 caliber handgun.the gunfire didn't stop for half an hour.callie wylie/ student: "it's just kind of a numb feeling. you don't want to accept it, but you have to. you see it happen to other kids, everyone's telling you it's going to be okay, but now it's hard to believe that."students fed up with the violence staged what they called a ádie-in -- lying outside the governor's mansion in austin in protest. demonstrator: "we will speak and occupy and yell and lie down and sit and stand to make sure that common-sense gun laws are enacted."on monday -- a moment of silence.students across the state stood in class while people at santa fe high school stood and prayedno matter the method - it's all to remember the eight students and two teachers killed.in santa fe, texas, i'm omar jimenez.
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(vicki) coming up.. a new push to end gun shows at the cow palace. hear from state officials who say the show has no place in the bay area. (grant) plus-- a man is released from jail-- accused of being high on pot and causing a deadly crash in the east bay. and now there are questions about the difficulties of prosecuting pot d-u-i's in california. a san francisco defense lawyer joins us live in studio to answer some of those questions. (vicki) plus after the break... a new threat for people on hawaii's big island. details on the type of lava that is causing a lot of health concerns tonight. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
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nat for 04(grant) a truly hypnotic sight as two of nature's basic elements collide in hawaii.fiery lava from the kilauea volcano reached the pacific ocean today... bringing a new health hazard.the lava flow is also growing in speed tonight.(vicki catherine heenan shows us the changing threat on the big island of hawaii.catherine? (catherine)
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scientists call it "laze" --- a mixture of lava and haze. over the weekend, two new rivers of molten rock made their way from fissures that have opened in and near the community of leilani estates in past weeks. now they've reached the shore, bringing a new health concern. "the plume that's created from the hot lava entering the ocean, the sea water creates hydrocholoric acid and you got the glass particles in that plume which creates, you know, is a breathing hazard, basically."it's affecting people twenty miles away. at times i have a hard time breathing... /// runny nose. and my eyes burn >that's on top of the sulfur dioxide from the lava that is seeping out of nearly two dozen fissures in the earth.those toxic emissions have nearly tripled in recent days.natand yet another reason for concern: "there's been a change in the eruptive activity, definitely much, much quicker moving lava flowssome of them,
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covering the length of a football field in just 30 minutes. "that tree that you see there on top of the lava flow. that tree was not there on top of the lava flow just a couple of hours ago."this morning one of the most active fissures produced a fountain of molten rock, taller than a thirty=story building.on saturday a man was injured by what officials called a lava bomb. "is that a lava bomb meaning something from one of the fountains?" : "well the splatter, you know when the splatter kicks up, so he must have been pretty close."locals have tried to appease pele, the volvano goddess, with offerings.governor says all alyone can do. eruptions and lava flows, it's madame pele to run its course." (catherine) state officials say they'll expand air monitoring to include hydrogen sulfide. and the coast guard is enforcing a 300-yard safety zone from the area where the lava is entering the sea. grant? (grant) in the east
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bay... thousands of people gathered at lake merritt for a barbeque over the weekend... in response to this video that went viral. the incident happened last month... after a woman called the police on a small group of mostly african american people -for using a charcoal grill. charcoal using a people -for american mostly african small group of police on a called the a woman month... after a woman called the police on a small group of mostly african american people -for using a charcoal grill. yesterday thousands of people showed up at the lake with their grills... barbecuing in the name of unity. police were at the event... to help with traffic control. they say it went on without any incidents. (vicki) starbucks is once again announcing a new policy that allows anyone to sit in its stores ... even if they don't buy anything. the new policy comes weeks after two black men... who hadn't bought anything... were arrested at a philadelphia starbucks. the company says its previous policies were ambiguous... leaving decisions on whether people
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could sit in stores or use the restroom up to store managers. last week the company announced anyone could use their restrooms. starbucks says it has starbucks says it has told workers to consider anyone who walks into its stores a customer... regardless of whether they make a purchase. (grant) another big story in the bay area tonight-- state lawmakers are once again pushing their plan to end gun shows at the cow palace in daly city. kron 4's will tran reports. city officials hold a meeting to present a plan to prevent gun shows at the cow palace in daly city.. students will who helped organize protests against gun shows at the cow palace were also there. those protests followed after recent school shootings in parkland, florida and now santa fe texas. (vicki) for your money tonight-- gas continues to get more expensive across the nation. the average price jumped 10-cents a gallon over the past two weeks. industry experts say higher crude oil costs and phasing in
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summer-grade gasoline is to blame for the higher costs at the pump. the summer blend of gas is used to prevent smog. here's a look at gas prices in the bay area right now-- as people are planning to get out of town this weekend for the memorial day holiday. in oakland and san jose the average price for a gallon of regular is $3.73. and san francisco is the most expensive in the nation at $3.83. (anchor) taking a live look outside-- overlooking downtown san francisco. (anchor) (anchor) taking a live look outside-- overlooking look outside-- taking a live (anchor) texas. (vicki) for your money tonight-- gas continues to get more expensive across the nation. the average
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price jumped 10-cents a gallon over the past two weeks. industry experts say higher crude oil costs and phasing in summer-grade gasoline is to blame for the higher costs at the pump. the summer blend of gas is used to prevent smog. here's a look at gas prices in the bay area right now-- as people are planning to get out of town this weekend for the memorial day holiday. in oakland and san jose the average price for a gallon of regular is $3.73. and san francisco is the most expensive in the nation at $3.83. (anchor) taking a live (anchor) taking a live look outside-- overlooking gg bridge (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was a cool day at the coast without much sunshine with highs in the
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50s. but it was sunny and nice everywhere else with some highs in the 70s and even low 80s. the fog and low clouds are ready to make a return tonight and will likely even bring some drizzle along the coast. on the doppler you can see low pressure spinning up another afternoon of showers and thunderstorms over the sierra. it will remain active over the sierra the next few days at least. on the satellite you can see another area of low pressure developing off the coast. it will begin to move toward the bay area tomorrow and by late thursday could even bring us some rain. highs tomorrow will again be cool at the coast with patchy fog and highs in the 50s. there will be plenty of sunshine inland with highs in the and 60s around the bay. temperatures to run below normal through friday with a showers. high pressure and warmer weather is expected
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memorial da weekend. (grant) still ahead-- an elderly woman is attacked in broad daylight in the east bay... and tonight police are still looking for the suspect. (vicki) plus-- we'll show you the unique way one school is getting their students to stop looking at their phones.
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(vicki) starting this july...alaska airlines... will stop using single-use plastic straws and citrus picks on all domestic and international flights. the airlines says they are the first u.s. airline to enfore the ban.
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the straws and citrus picks will be replace by more substainable options such as bamboo and birch. the initiative is expected to drastically reduce the amount of waste going into landfills from passenger jets. (grant) school officials in kansas have come up with a unique way to remind students to "look up" and pay attention at a crosswalk. as kelli taylor reports...one of the keys...eyes up...phone down. erin moore/neighbor: "kids need to, and adults, need to be better nowadays about paying attention."erin moore lives in the neighborhood where these sidewalks are painted.the blue valley school district painted them with phrases like eyes up phone down and make eye contact not long ago, to create a needed distraction for people who walk and use cellphones.scott crain/director of design and construction: "they're not necessarily likely to recognize a sign that says you're coming up to a crosswalk but they might see
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the contrast with the pavement from what they're used to seeing the letters those might make them look up and recognize what's going on."and its working. moore walks the area about five times a she's become her surrounds since they're popped up.erin moore/neighbor: "i get to this spot and i'm always that i'm looking up and around guilty one that's on my phone like i always am."necessarily a problem area, the districts director of design and construction says keeping students safe is a high priority.scott crain/director of design and "the concern comes in when either the pedestrian or the driver is distracted and we see that occurring more and more these days." days."and more these occurring more and more these days." (grant) that was kelli taylor reporting. the painted crosswalks are currently at two schools in the district but the hope is to have it district wide soon. (vicki) next at 5:30... we are joined live on set by a criminal defense lawyer-- to talk about prosecuting maruijuana d-u-i's as recreational use of the
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drug is now legal. (grant) and after the break-- new details emerge after a man is killed when his tesla veers off the road-- and into a pond in the east bay. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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i support the affordable care act, and voted against all trump's attempts to repeal it. but we need to do more. i believe in universal health care. in a public health option to compete with private insurance companies. and expanding medicare to everyone over 55.
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and i believe medicare must be empowered to negotiate the price of drugs. california values senator dianne feinstein to negotiate the price of drugs. (grant) tonight at 5:30... kron4 is always tracking local stories. s here's a look at what's going on in your neighborhood right now. (vicki) our top story
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tonight is out of the east bay-- where a man is killed after crashing into a pond in alameda county. this is new video showing the car being towed from the water. it happened late last night on crow canyon road... between castro valley and san ramon. police say the tesla went off the roadway and ended up in the water. the driver has been identified as 34- year-old keith leung from danville. this is a picture of keith with his tesla just after he bought it. it's not clear if the car was in the auto-pilot mode at the time of the crash. the cause is still under investigation. (grant) also in the east bay... police are looking for a man who they say attacked a 93-year-old woman. it happened at the bank of america near the sun valley mall in concord on friday afternoon. police say the woman was with her care-taker in the parking lot-- walking towards the bank when a man pushed the elderly woman to the ground. he took both women's purses and took off in a getaway car. the elderly woman is still in the
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hospital with a broken hip. the suspect is described only as about six foot three, heavy set build, bald with a beard. (grant) union city police are looking for someone who has vandalized multiple buildings. these are pictures of the spray paint. police say the tagger goes by the name "lil t snoopy" and has spray painted several buildings on the east side of town since last week. anyone with information on the suspect is asked to call police. (vicki) in the south bay-- officers arrest a man accused of trespassing and prowling. people living in willow glen told police their video surveillance cameras caught the suspect -- hector leanos junior -- looking into a bedroom window and walking down a driveway. police say leanos is also dealing with domestic violence charges... unrelated to this case. (vicki) in san jose -- people in the almaden valley area say they've been hit with a string of mail thefts. this is video from may 13th.
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a neighbor we spoke to says they believe the thieves are using a master key to gain access to their mailboxes. it's possible they're on the hunt for tax return money. and this is video from may 19th. we spoke to another neighbor who believes the he was hit by the same thief. he says he reported the crime to both san jose police and the postal service. (grant) happening tonight... a town hall meeting on the latest police shooting in san francisco. police were police were police were investigating a car burglary on steiner street and geary boulevard on may 11th. one person was arrested at the scene... but a second person got in a car and took off. that person then crashed into two san francisco police cars on o'ferrell street... and officers opened fire, but nobody was hit. tonight's meeting starts at 6... at the hamilton recreation center near geary and steiner. (grant) and the clock is ticking tonight-- today
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is the last day to register to vote in the june 5th statewide primary election. you can register to vote at the post office, d-m-v, library or online. voter information is available in 10 languages. we have a link to the online voter registration on our website kron4.com lawrence karnow: it was lawrence karnow: it was a cool day at without much sunshine with highs in the 50s. but it was sunny and nice everywhere else with some highs in the 70s and even low 80s. the fog and low clouds are ready to make a return tonight and will likely even bring some drizzle along the coast. on the doppler low pressure spinning up another afternoon of showers and thunderstorms over the sierra. it will remain active over the sierra the next few days at least. on the satellite you can see another area of low pressure developing off the coast. it will begin to move toward the bay area tomorrow and by late thursday could even bring us some rain. highs tomorrow will again be cool at the coast with patchy fog and highs in the 50s. there will be plenty of sunshine inland with highs in the low to mid 70s and 60s
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around the bay. temperatures will continue to run below normal through friday with a chance of showers. high pressure and warmer weather is expected memorial da weekend. (vicki) another big story we are tonight-- three of the 4 people injured in a crash in fremont last week are now out of the hospital. three others were killed in that crash. this is a picture from the family's gofundme page. one girl is still in the hospital tonight in the intensive care unit. the other three girls suffered cuts and bruises... but were able to go home. officers say dang tran is officers say dang tran is responsible for the crash. this is video as he was released from jail friday night. the c-h-p says he was under the influence of marijuana when the crash happened last tuesday night. the district attorney has not yet filed charges. two young sisters were killed... along with 39-year- old noelle johnson. funeral arrangements for the three victims have not been announced. but there are
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two go fund me pages... one for each family affected. you can find both links on our website... kron 4 dot com. (grant) as vicki said-- charges have not yet been filed against dang tran. this is raising a lot of questions over how to charge drivers that are said to be being high on marijuana with d-u-i-- now that recreational use of the drug is legal. joining me now is defense attorney robert shatzko. (vicki) coming up-- why
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you'll have to dig deeper into your pockets the next time you cross the golden gate bridge. (vicki) and after the break-- the obama's are adjusting to life out of the white house... and will soon adjust to life on your screen. we'll explain.
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it's the story of our nation. john chiang's father came here with little money, but big dreams for a better future. now john has a chance to make history. a champion of the underdog, john took on wells fargo when it ripped off working families. and against the odds, he helped saved california from financial disaster during the great recession. ...leaving more to invest in progressive priorities like education, healthcare and affordable housing. john chiang. the proven, progressive leader we need for california's future. (vicki) netflix has announced a multi-year production deal with former president and first lady barack and michelle obama. they will work both in front of and behind the camera -- in a first-of-its-kind deal for a former first family. according to a person involved in the deal... 20-19 is the earliest that viewers can expect to see content from the obamas. that content could
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include documentaries, features, and scripted and unscripted series programming. (grant) still ahead-- the warriors get a record- breaking win. and steph curry swears on t-v. mark carpenter is here to break it all down. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
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(vicki) time now to talk a little warriors--- and this team just continues to put together some spectacular performances. (grant) the dubs...up 2-1 in the western conference finals after picking apart the rockets in last night's game 3. of course, the big story of that showdown...the return of steph curry. mark carpenter mark carpenter
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joins us to break it all down. (mark) after so much talk of curry's struggles, he needed a few minutes to put together another vintage performance. but first, here's a look at the 2-time mvp this morning at team headquarters... putting up some shots. before last night, his struggles were well- documented... 2-for-13 from 3 and never really seemed to get into a rhythm. for a while, those difficulties carried over to the first half of game 3... then, in the 3rd quarter, he took the night over... 18-points in the 3rd quarter... 7-for-7 from the field. 26-points in the 2nd half, and led all scorers with 35. afterwards, he talked about
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his ability to power through this most recent dry sepll. "that's what makes a great player and person in general, being able to deal with failure, frustration, whatever it is. not living up to your own expectations and not get defeated. plenty of opportunity to do that when you have 800 cameras in your face, and questions why you aren't shooting this or why'd you play so bad in game 2 whatever it is.""just him shooting the three at the crib is just as impactful because steph has been doing this for so long and made so many timely shots here, so many shots here and when he just go up to shoot, especially when its open, you hear the crowd just roaring." (mark) we'll see what kind of performance is in store for tomorrow night's game 4 at oracle. also want to mention, a member of the hamptons 5 may not be in action. andre iguodala...currently labeled as doubtful with a left legcontusion. (grant)(grant) (grant) let's get a check
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on what we are working on for kron4 news at six. pam moore is standng by in the newsroom. pam?(pam) thank you grant. coming up new tonight at six: are drivers willing to pay higher bridge tolls - to ease congestion? it is a question that will be answered on the june ballot.measure- 3 will raise the cost to cross most local bridges by three- dollars over the next seven years. tonight - we will hear from three bay area mayors... who have come together to try and sell the idea to bay area commuters. that's coming up next on kron4 news at six.grant - now back to you in the studio.
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(grant) thank you pam we will see you at six. (vicki) it's getting even more expensive to cross the golden gate bridge. starting july 1st... the toll will go up by 25 cents. the hike means drivers will pay 8 bucks to travel from the north bay to san francisco. the golden gate bridge district is facing a nearly 4-million dollar deficit this year... and tolls are the main source of revenue for the district. (grant) new at 5. tesla's new model 3 electric car...will not receive a recommended buy rating from consumer reports. officials say long emergency stopping distances ...difficult-to-use controls and a harsh ride experience are to blame. however consumer reports says the car has exhilarating acceleration and handling. the model 3 is tesla's first attempt to appeal to mass-
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market buyers. the car starts at $35 thousand bucks...but has been plagued by production delays. (anchor) taking a live look outside... at the san mateo bridge.(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was a cool day at the coast without much sunshine with highs in the 50s. but it was sunny and nice everywhere else with some highs in the 70s and even low 80s. the fog and low clouds are ready to make a return tonight and will likely even bring some drizzle along the coast. on the doppler you can
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see low pressure spinning up another afternoon of showers and thunderstorms over the sierra. it will remain active over the sierra the next few days at least. on the satellite you can see another area of low pressure developing off the coast. it will begin to move toward the bay area tomorrow and by late thursday could even bring us some rain. highs tomorrow will again be cool at the coast with patchy fog and highs in the 50s. there will be plenty of sunshine inland with highs in the low to mid 70s and 60s around the bay. temperatures will continue to run below normal through friday with a chance of showers. high pressure and warmer weather is expected memorial da weekend. (grant) next on kron4 news at
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5... the excitement from the royal wedding isn't over
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yet. we'll take a look at the biggest moments-- and the new photo's just released.
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nearly 30 million people in america watched prince harry and meghan say i do. that's more than watched william and kate's wedding.(grant) and the festive atmosphere is still going on in london. entertainment tonight's kevin
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frazier is there with more. lots of people here are still buzzing about the amazing wedding and all the hollywood a-listers who showed up,but today the talk moved to the official release of the wedding photos.katie nichol royal fans did get a treat today with kensington palace releasing 3 official portraits harry and meghan clearly in marital bliss.our royal expert katie nicholl gave details about thehighly stylized photos taken at windsor castle. the first two pictures very much we'd expectthe third image was very much a breach of what we usually expectblack and white highly stylized this is a pic for vanity fairas fireworks lit up the night sky to celebrate the royal wedding, we're also getting more information about the "golden ticket" wedding receptionfor just 200 guests, hosted by prince charles.he speeches in the evening were longer they were more intimate at first they were a little risky.the first person to speak was meghan and this was a real breach of tradition.after the speeches, then came the party. at one point actoridirs
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elba stepped in to dj.there was an impromptu dance off and it was the comedian james gordon who managed to get charles, william and harry up on the dance floor before the night was outand it was george clooney who summoned both meghan and kate to a bit of a boogie on the dance floorwe'll have much moreroyal wedding coveragetonight on et,i'm kevin frazier back to you (grant) by the way... kron 4 has a full hour of entertainment news every night. at 7:00 it's inside edition, followed by entertainment tonight at 7-30. then we're back with kron 4 news at 8:00 (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) ken wayne and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six.
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(ken) thank you grant and vicki. coming up new tonight at six. the bay area mayors coming together tonight to convince voters to approve a bridge toll hike. why they say its necessary - and will actually benefit commuters.(pam) then it has being called the "worst flight ever" .... and some of what happened was caught on camera. first, a woman was allegedly groped - then the situation got even worse. tonight, why some passengers say flight attendants did not do enough.. kron4 news at six starts right after the break. (pam) 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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they'd tell you to go to ross. because there's so much to choose from. listen to your pets. they're your best friends, so they don't want you to spend more than you have to. if you want to save big on pet accessories, you gotta go to ross. now at six:is congestion bad enough in the bay area that you are willing to shell out more money for tolls? it's that question that
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surrounds regional measure 3 on the june ballot. good evening everyone, i'm pam moore.(ken) and i'm ken wayne. if voters approve the measure tolls will increase 3- dollars on most bay area bridges over the next 7 years today mayor's from the bay area's largest three cities joined forces to promote the mesuare. kron 4's dan kerman is live in san francisco tonight. few will argue that the gridlock in the bay area is worse than ever. the question is how to fix it.sot libby schaaf/mayor of oakland 05-11 rm 3 is about saving the planet and saving our sanityrm three is regional measure 3 which residents of the 9 bay area counties vote on this june. monday the mayors from the bay area's three largest cities gathered behind san francisco's ferry building to voice their support for the
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measure which will raise tolls to pay for a variety of transportation projectssot sam liccardo/mayor of san jose 30- 38projects identified in this package, regional measure 3 are ready for action now and upon completion will have immediate impactif approved by voters, tolls on all bay area bridges other than the golden gate will go up 3 dollars over the next 7 years to raise 4 and a half billion dollars. that money will be spent on a variety of congestion easing projects including extending bart to san jose and santa clara, 300 additional bart cars, increasing ferry service on the bay, completing the expansion of highway 101 along the novato narrows, and improving a variety of highway interchanges.sot mark farrell/mayor of san francisco 109-118we're talking about a future where our children and our grandch
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(ken) it's getting even more expensive to cross the golden gate bridge. starting july 1st... the toll will go up by 25 cents. the hike means drivers will pay 8 bucks to travel from marin to san francisco... or 7-dollars for fastrak users. the golden gate bridge district is facing an almost 4- million dollar deficit this year... and tolls are its main source of revenue. (pam) another big story tonight:a man is killed after
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his tesla veers of the road -- and crashes into a pond. (ken) we have new video showing the car after it was pulled from the water this morning in alameda county. and tonight the victim has been identified as 34-year-old keith leung. it happened in alameda county... on crow canyon road between castro valley and san ramon. the victim lived in danville-- and tonight kron 4's terisa estacio spoke to the man's father as his family mourns their loss. (estacio reporting) keith leung's father says his son was very proud to buy a tesla s sedan this is a picture of he and his son and wife - the day keith picked up the vehicle at the factory in fremont. sadly. this is all that is left of the tesla s class sedan as it was pulled out of a pond in castro valley along crow canyon road. the driver identified as 34 year old keith leung of danville. tak leung, father. he was smart, hard working basically not worry about academics from elementary to college. le-ung - keiths' father spoke with kron four news. he says authorities contacted him late sunday night - telling him about his son's deadly accident. the chp says the
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owner of a nearby property noticed a broken sign - when he investigated he saw the tesla. right now, all aspects of the crash are under investigation. it is unknown the cause, or whether the tesla was in auto- pilot mode. chp. dan jackowitz/chp keith's father showed me his room. playing music was keith's passion. there was a a trumpet by his bed. this is keith in a recent concert. leung - went to san ramon valley high school. he was a high achiever he graduated with a double major from uc berkeley immediately after graduation was hired at shell oil as a chemical engineer. then got an mba at uc davis. his father says - besides his full time job, he tutored kids in both academics and music. a friend shared this picture of keith says quote: keith was kin, highly intelligent, creative and giving and could always make you laugh." (estacio reporting) keith's father says - his mother was out of the country, but now rushing back bc of her son's tragic death. in castro valley, terisa estacio
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(ken) another family is morning a tragic loss today after a man fell to his death inside one of the terminals at the san francisco international airport.(pam) it happened around 8:45- this morning. and witnesses say this may not have been an accident. grant lodes joins us live in the studio tonight with the latest details. grant? (grant) witnesses say they saw several people who appeared to be trying to prevent the man from jumping from the upper mezzanine level in terminal three. it happened at
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baggage claim area number four. blue dividers were used to keep the investigation out of the view of travelers making their way through the airport. however a few hours later the grim spectacle of the coroner removing the covered body from the terminal was un-avoidable the investigation into the cause of the incident is being handled by the san mateo county coroner's office, which says it is too early to comment on the cause of death...as it remains under investigation. the coroner is also withholding the victim's identification... pending notification of next of kin. (pam) happening now... bart is considering sealing off a hallway inside the civic center station .. an area that has become notorious for drug activity. kron 4's maureen kelly gives us a first hand look at the problem. videos posted on youtube showed one long hallway
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connecting parts of the civic center concourse level being used as a shooting gallery. some openly injecting drugs....others slumped over. last week at meeting with the san francisco mayor and the heads of both muni and bart an idea was floated to close this section off. it's long enough that someone can stand in the middle and watch out for law enforcement coming from either end.watch the man in the plaid pajama bottoms walk into the hallway....looks around, turns his back as three bart officers approach from the other end. he lights up a substance, inhaling thru a small tube....exhales and walks away....he was able to leave the hallway just as the officers were entering from the other side. bart says closing the area won't impact commuters since there are entrances to both bart and muni at either end of the hallway.(standup)the next step in moving this idea closer to reality, the bart gm needs to reach out to the state fire marshall to make sure the isn't a public safety concern with shutting this walkway down.some riders say it could be an inconvience....bart board member bevan dufty says the closure could be for a short time...or longer...but they need to get a handle on this situation. i think it's a state of emergency to put everything on the table and clothes in this hallway would be one of them bart says they are tackling this problem from
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many directions. they've recently announced joining forces with sfpd to patrol the station. what we are talking about if not just two officers walking shoulder to shoulder just having more people available to patrol this area. that's already underway but monday a member of bart pd's top brass met with his counterpoint at sfpd to talk about the logistics of significantly boosting those patrols.maureen kelly kron4 news. (ken) there are still a lot of questions after last week's double homicide in san jose. (pam ) but as kron four's rob fladeboe reports, now the names of the victims have been made public. flowers, candles and other tributes make up a memorial
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for the man and woman who were shot to death last week. the santa clara county coroner's office identified them monday as 24 year old jennifer martinez and 21 year old emilio salazar. both victims are from san jose. a passing motorist made the grim discovery, reporting it to police just ater 10 o'clock last wednesday night. a neighbor heard a car speed away from the scene about that time. police offered no new information about the case on monday. a couple of people who stopped by the growing memorial to pay their respects said they don't believe the shooting is gang related. jennifer martinez and emelio salazar are the victims of san jose's 9th and tenth homicide so far this year. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news. (ken) developing tonight -- there's a new danger for residents of hawaii's big island. it's called laze and it could pose a serious threat... causing lung, eye, and skin irritation. (ken) that's not the only
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problem for the people living on the island -- several fissures continue with two lava flows entering the ocean. howard dashefsky is in hawaii with the latest. aloha i'm howard dashefsky reporting from the big island, and madame pele continues to create and destroy. we are here in the leilani estates subdivision, a place where residents have been forced to evacuate from .. some two weeks ago. this is hookupu. it's an offering made by some of the residents here who wonder if they will ever be able to come back and call this place home. let me show you one dramatic example of what's going on. this here started out as one of these tiny cracks in the road.. it is now a crevice that is probably 30-40 ft deep and as you can see 15 feet wide. then on the other side, the road about 200 meters has just collapsed and from all those cracks that's the steam containing those potentially deadly so2 fumes that are coming out. look at all the trees and everything around it, a sure sign of just how bad these fumes are. everything out here so green and so plush, but now all the vegetation is simply dying off .. as for the volcano and what is happening today on the big island i can tell you there are presently two flows that are making their way down to the ocean. this is that new pahoehoe or fast moving liquified lava, and it's hitting the ocean, and creating yet another health hazard. the plume that is rising out of the water is called leis, and that is a lava haze which contains two
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things. 1) hydrocloric acid, and then 2) glass like material even actual physical shards of glass which can be carried 15 miles away with the winds. so everybody down wind of this plume is being urged to exercise extreme caution by geologist, civil defense, hi county police keeping everyone out of that area. dramatic and fluid situation that seems to change day by day and we'll continue to monitor it every step of the way. for now i'm howard dashefsky reporting from the big island of hawaii. (ken) a man accused of groping a female passenger... and then urinating on a seat. details on a nightmare flight and accusations the crewmembers didn't do enough to help. (pam) another tesla crash.... and a poor consumer review. we will talk to a wall street journal tech reporter about the latest headlines involving tesla... and how the company can repair its image. (ken) and a desperate life and death effort to get people to evacuate. new body camera video has been released showing officers pleading with sonoma county residents to flee last october's deadly wildfires.
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(pam) new police body cam video has been released - from the october night the sonoma county wildfires began.... catherine heenan is here with video which captures some of the terror and confusion in those first hours.. catherine? (catherine) you get some small idea of what santa rosa police officers were up against the night of october 8th and 9th.... pleading with people to evacuate.. and trying to calm residents so frightened and stunned - they couldn't believe it was all
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happening. body cam video - get in my car maam. get in my car. this is so terrifying! tell me it's just this neighborhood. no - it's not. it's the whole hill. oh god you guys..put your feet up! put your feet up. help him out please. it's like life and death right now- ok? we gotta get people outta here. sir - i'm scared. i know. this is absolutely terrifying. you cannot go over there! everything is on fire right now!oh my god. you have to go southbound. you have to get out of here.ok - i am.god people. when the cops are running away - it's time to turn around. you can hear the frustration....as officers kept running into people who just didn't realize yet how bad it all was... in the end....the firestorm
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would destroy more than 5-thousand sonoma county homes and kill 44 people. coming up at 8 - more of the chilling video. ken? (ken) new tonight at six: we're looking at the possible effect on tesla.. after a series of recent high profile incidents. including the latest... a deadly crash in castro valley involving a model-s. joining us now - tim higgins from the wall street journal. what do we know about this crash into the water near castro valley? anything new on the crash on 101 in
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mountain view? tesla got a less than stellar less than tesla got a less than stellar consumer
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reports reiew on the model 3. and 3. and complaints by a former complaints by a former contract worker who says tesla should've done more to prevent his injuries.
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(pam) let's take a look outside right now... chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. lawrence karnow: it was a cool day at the coast without much sunshine with highs in the 50s. but it was sunny and nice everywhere else with some highs in the 70s and even low 80s. the fog and low clouds are ready to make a return tonight and will likely even bring some drizzle along the coast. on the doppler you can see low pressure spinning up another afternoon of showers and thunderstorms over the sierra. it will remain active over the sierra the next few days at least. on the satellite you can see another area of low pressure developing off the coast. it will begin to move toward the bay area tomorrow and by late thursday could even bring us some rain. highs tomorrow will again be cool at the coast with patchy fog and highs in the 50s. there will be plenty of sunshine inland with highs in the low to mid 70s and 60s around the bay. temperatures will continue to run below normal through friday with a chance of showers. high pressure and warmer weather is expected memorial da weekend.
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(ken) counting down to the june election... there is one initiative on the ballot to fund youth programs in an east bay city that has virtually zero opposition(pam) however, a 'thumbs up' from voters will only get the proposal half way to the finish line... kron4's haaziq madyun explains why.. in this report sotkids first initiative e and charter amendedment k are both on the june ballot in richmond. both are all about helping richmond youth says jamileh ebrahim of
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r y s e a non profit youth support organization behind the proposalsotenter contra costa county supervisor john goia with a solution in charter amendment ksotjohn goia/contra costa county supervisor: "it will dedicate up to three percent of the city's general fund for youth services but that only happens only another tax measure happens passes in november, which we are working on a soda tax led by young people">he says the soda tax measure is modeled after successful soda tax measures in san francisco and oakland. this means the kids first initiative will be a the mercy of the ballot box twicesotjohn goia/contra costa county supervisor: "so it is two parts, e and k in june and then a soda tax in november">
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the folks at ryse believe it is an achievable goal considering what is on the line sotthe kids first initiative has no organized opposition. however supporters anticiapte a major push back from the beverage lobby in november...in richmond haaziq madyun kron4news (ken) schools in texas share a moment of silence to honor the victims of the santa fe high victims of the honor the silence to moment of texas share a schools in (ken) (ken) schools in texas
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share a moment of silence to honor the victims of the santa fe high school shooting. this as lawmakers return to washington to discuss ways of ending school gun violence. (pam) plus... new information on a deadly mountain lion attack in the pacific northwest. what authorities are learning about the animal.... that could have caused it to strike. my name is cynthia haynes and i am a senior public safety specialist for pg&e. my job is to help educate our first responders on how to deal with natural gas and electric emergencies.
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everyday when we go to work we want everyone to work safely and come home safely. i live right here in auburn, i absolutely love this community. once i moved here i didn't want to live anywhere else. i love that people in this community are willing to come together to make a difference for other people's lives. together, we're building a better california. i thought after sandy hook, where 20 six and seven year olds were slain, this would never happen again. it has happened more than 200 times in 5 years. dianne feinstein and a new generation are leading the fight to pass a new assault weapons ban. say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. california values senator dianne feinstein
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say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. we're used to mountain lion sightings here in the bay area.... but a tragic story from washington state has gained national attention tonight.(pam) a cougar... also called puma or mountain lion... kills a mountain biker in what officials say.... is a rare kind of attack. tatevik aprikyan reports. this footage of a cougar around the same area where two mountain bikers were attacked over the weekend was taken at the end of april, by this hiker.steve mickle / hiker "to see a mountain line was incredible."he uses this special camera to capture photos and videos of wild animals in this area.nat sound
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a permit is required for recreational activities on this land which is private property in the remote, wooded area outside north bend.john sowatsky/hiker"i've seen bear up here a number of times, mountain lion, lots and lots of deer and other smaller animal like foxes."the department of fish and wildlife says this is prime habitat for cougar but a deadly attack on a person is extremely rare.capt. alan myers/dnr"humans aren't usually on the prey list for cougars."teams with department of fish and wildlife located and killed the cougar. myers says it was a 3 year old, male and weighing 100 pounds. he says that's skinnier than normal.capt. alan myers/dnr"at one point that victim reported his whole head was inside the jaws of that cougar."myers says the last deadly attack on a human in washington state happened in 1924 to a teenage boy in eastern washington. since then, there have been 15 attacks by cougars on humans but none have been deadly. capt. alan myers/dnr"out in the woods with wildlife we often times caution people to beware and to take precautions. if you're worried about bears, carry bear spray, if you encounter a cougar bear spray works as well."the cougar was taken to eastern washington where its brain will be examined to see if it was sick.in seattle tatevik aprikyan
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(ken) an airline passenger says a fellow passenger was drunk and groped her. but that wasn't the end of it. we'll tell you how things got even worse. (pam) a new effort to try to protect students from school gun violence. the measures to allow more guns on campus ... but only in the hands of certain people. (lawrence)and i'm tracking your weeknight forcast... that's just ahead.
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(vo) the new unlimited 55+ from sprint. two lines for only $35 per month per line. for people with hearing loss, switch to sprint. visit sprintrelay.com (pam) schools throughout the small texas town of santa fe held a moment of silence today ... to remember the lives lost in last weeks texas high school shooting. students from kerr high school were among those who participated... along with employees at a texas hospital. people also gathered outside of santa fe high school where the shooting occurred. (pam) meantime... lawmakers are returning to washington this week .... with a new push to pass school safety legislation.(ken) the gunman opened fire friday in a santa fe, texas high school, killing 10 people and injuring more than a dozen others. lawmakers say something needs to be done to stop this. reporter anna wiernicki is in washington with more.
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anna wiernicki: missouri republican congresswoman vicki hartzler says as a former public school teacher, she knows all too well how vulnerable students are at school every day.vicki hartzler: we are sitting ducks anna wiernicki: hartzler says her bill, the "police officers protecting children act" would allow armed, off duty or retired officers to provide school security...vicki hartzleru.s. congresswoman, r-missouritake cg @ 0:18-0:28 especially my smaller rural schools who say if something were to happen it could take up to 30 minutes for the county sheriff's department in order to arrive. anna wiernicki (stand up)washington correspondenttake cg @ 0:29- 0:39right now, the "federal gun free school zone act" could prohibit an off duty or retired police officer from carrying or discharging a firearm on school property.... hartzler's bill would change that...michael mccaul: i personally think they would provide more safety, as long as they are certified to carry anna wiernicki: texas republican congressman michael mccaul says he supports the bill. he says congress needs to do something after a gunman killed 10 students at a high school in texas on friday. michael mccaulu.s. congressman, r-texastake cg @ 0:56-1:00we want to make sure that we do everything we can to stop this from happening. it's happening too often here. anna wiernicki: but democrats,
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like missouri congressman lacy clay say the solution is banning guns. clay is a cosponsor of the "assault weapons ban act of 2018". he said in a tweet that it "already has earned 178 cosponsors from across the nation. we demand that speaker ryan bring it up for a vote." vicki hartzler: individuals on both sides of the aisle, republicans and democrats are looking at all options and ways to provide more protections for our kidsanna wiernicki: right now hartzler's bill is included in the concealed carry reciprocity act which is stalled in the senate. she says she plans to re-bill separately on the house floor in the next few weeks.in washington, i'm anna wiernicki. (ken)(pam) time now for a look at the top stories we're working on tonight. here in castro valley, a tragic accident.this is all that is left of the tesla s class sedan as it was pulled out of a pond in castro valley along crow canyon road. the driver identified as 34 year old keith leung of danville. tak leung, father: "he was smart, hard working basically not worry about academics from elementary to college."leung -
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keiths' father spoke with kron four news.he says authorities contacted him late sunday night - telling him about his son's deadly accident.right now, all aspects of the crash are under investigation.in castro valley, terisa estacio, kron4 news. here in san jose the investigation continues into a double homicide in the east foothills. the santaclara county coroner on monday identified the victims as 24 year old jennifer martinez and 21 year old emilipo salazar. a passing motorist made the grim discovery and reported it to police about 10 pm last wednesday night. a memorial of flowers, candles and other tributes now marks the spot. police offered no new information monday about any possible suspects on the city's 9th and 10th homicides so far ths year. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news
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in san francisco, bart officials are considering closing off a hallway inside civic center station that has become infamous for drug activity.this video posted on youtube showed the civic center station hallway turned into a drug den....with some openly shooting up or smoking up.the next step in moving this idea closer to reality, the bart general manager needs to talk with the state fire marshall to make sure there are no public safety issues with shutting this walkway down.bart says closing the area won't impact commuters since there are fare gates for both muni and bart at either end of the hallway.maureen kelly, kron4 news. here along the bay in san francisco, the mayors of the three largest cities in the bay area came together to voice their support for regional measure 3.that measure which will be on the june ballot in all nine bay area counties.
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state lawmakers have tried five previous times to ban gun shows at the cow palace in daly city.but each time it was vetoed for various reasons. they're hoping the sixth time will finally be successful as state bill 21 was introduced last week.it should finally reach the governor's desk some time next week.each year, there are five guns shows at the cow palace.daly city has no control over it because it's state property.but with a lot of state lawmakers behind this, they're hoping the sixth time will finally pull through. reporting from daly city, will tran, kron4 news. lawrence karnow: it was a cool day at the coast without much sunshine with highs in the
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50s. but it was sunny and nice everywhere else with some highs in the 70s and even low 80s. the fog and low clouds are ready to make a return tonight and will likely even bring some drizzle along the coast. on the doppler you can see low pressure spinning up another afternoon of showers and thunderstorms over the sierra. it will remain active over the sierra the next few days at least. on the satellite you can see another area of low pressure developing off the coast. it will begin to move toward the bay area tomorrow and by late thursday could even bring us some rain. highs tomorrow will again be cool at the coast with patchy fog and highs in the 50s. there will be plenty of sunshine inland with highs in the low to mid 70s and 60s around the temperatures will continue to run below normal through friday with a chance of showers. high pressure and warmer weather is expected memorial da weekend. (ken) just as saudi arabia is
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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. in our world news coverage tonight... iranian president rouhani lashed out at secretary of state pompeo today. the semi- official iran labor news agency (ilna) quoted rouhani asking, "who are you to make decisions about iran?"(pam) this response comes a few
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hours after secretary pompeo unveiled the u-s administration's new policy. pompeo took a hard line saying .. the u-s will hit iran with the strongest sanctions in history, if its government does not change course and abandon the drive to nuclear weapons, and its intervention in regional middle east politics. but president rouhani further commented, saying, the world quote - "will not accept the united states to decide on behalf" of everyone. (ken) also in the middle east -- weeks before lifting a ban on women driving, saudi arabia detained four of the women who campaigned for the right to get behind the wheel. this woman you see driving on camera is one of the detained activists. the video shows her in 20-14 driving from the u-a-e to the saudi border to challenge the ban on women driving. she was then arrested in saudi arabia and detained for more than 70 days. saudi state news agency s- p-a quoted a state security spokesman listing a number of accusations against the activists. he said the
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women wanted to quote "destabilize the kingdom and breach its social structure and mar the national consistency." coming up in sports... one of the "hampton's five" may not be available for the warriors tomorrow night... and kevin durant has a priceless reaction when asked about steph curry's ucharacteristic language after celebrating a shot... mark carpenter has that... plus a look ahead to game four... coming up
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(ken) now take a look at this -- a flight leaving denver turned into an unexpected ordeal for passengers and the flight crew. a man on the flight allegedly had too much to drink and caused a scene. ashley michels reports. when frontier airlines flight 864 left denver on thursday bound for charleston, passengers tell us it started out perfectly no emily/passenger: "i got a seat on the back of the plane where i could just lay down and fall asleep."but two hours into the flight, she said she woke up to this.emily/passenger: "i hear a woman scream, if this
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man touches me one more fáááing time ill fáááing kill him."she says a drunk man grabbed the woman sitting next to him.emily/passenger: "he was out of his mind. like he couldn't speak. he was mumbling. this man was extremely intoxicated."the flight crew reportedly moved him to the back. emily/passenger: "they told me to move over a little bit just in case he tries to reach over and grab me."that's when she says her flight turned into a nightmare.she snapped this photo of him slouching in his seat and then snapped this." emily/passenger: "i have my phone out trying to take a discreet photo, he starts to pee and urinate on the seat in front of him."we've blurred the picture but it shows a stream of urine hitting the back of a seat. emily/passenger: "and i scream, he's peeing. he's peeing. oh my god. and the flight attendant doesn't even acknowledge him at first. acknowledges me and says you need to calm down and stop cursing,"she was moved to the front of the plane, her bag fees were waived and she was a given a $200 voucher but she
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says frontier needed to do more.emily/passenger: "i think they handled it extremely poorly. someone should have sat with him."she took one more photo of what looks like the man in handcuffs with police. a bizarre ending to a bizarre flight. emily/passenger: "worse flight ever." (ken) frontier airlines has released a statement about the incident. it says it part-- "the safety and security of our passengers is our top priority at frontier. we have been made aware of this situation and are working with the appropriate authorities." so apparently the rockets purposely built their roster to defeat the warriors. but you can imagine that losing by 41-points was not in houston's plans. golden state up 2-1 in this series after a spectacular performance last night from steph curry. before game 3, the speculation was rampant on what exactly is number 30 dealing with... many wondered if he was still hurt or the rockets were doing
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enough to stop him. after going 2-for-13 from 3 and struggling in the first half of game 3, curry erased all that talk in a matter of minutes. the mvp...back to superstar form in the 3rd quarter... as he dropped 18-points and went 7-of-7 from the field. you saw the 3's dropping... the shimmying.. and even some unexpected foul language as he shouted at the crowd. he admits he made a mistake on that one... and today kevin durant was asked if he was surprised to see him drop an f bomb. "when he drops an f-bomb on occasion, is it out of character for him?""áááá yeh! (laughter)" "my favorite steph celebration was the shimmy in portland when he finally made a three. got him one for 11 (laughter).""i've heard him curse a couple times so (laughter), but when he releases an f-bomb of course i like it because that word is an important word when you're playing basketball. it means so much."
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turning the page to game 4- much of the talk at practice today centered on matching that intensity and not leaving any room for the rockets to come back. for more on tomorrow's matchup, we turn to kron4 sports reporter kim smith. < steph curry and the warriors are feeling good coming off a 41 point victory over the rockets... the ability to respond from a tough loss is important.. but the power to repeat.. that's what shows up in championship caliber teams...(( kd: i like our attention to detail. i like the way we have each others backs and communicating, and if we want to continue to keep winning we have to do it even better))so if you call it a must win for the warriors... kevin durant will tell you.... ( we want to win... is it a must win... i don't even know what that means.)rockets head coach mike d'antoni says all the pressure is on golden state at home in game 4... and steve kerr likes it that way... (we are much better when the pressure is on, he's right we're at home so if they win they have home court advantage so the pressure is on us)>### ###
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and we also want to mention-- key storyline for game 4. the warriors may be without a member of the hamptons 5. andre iguodala...labeled as doubtful with a left knee contusion. the injury happened midway through the 4th quarter. apparently, the pain got worse overnight... and he underwent x-rays today. fortunately, those came back negative. the bay area sports hall of fame induction banquet is happening now at the st. francis hotel in san francisco... hosted by our own gary radnich... this year's class includes matt cain... harris barton... tim hardaway... brandi chastain... and the wizard in the front office who was instrumental in the 49ers five championship runs-- john mcvay. oh, what a time it was to be a 49ers fan in the 1980s and
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1990s... football's premier dynasty responsible 5 super bowl titles.... and you know the names that helped construct the empire--- walsh, montana, rice, lott, young, and of course eddie debartolo. but there's also the man behind the scenes...the one many call the organization's backbone...and mastermind-- john mcvay. "when eddie hired bill to be his coach in san francisco, i called him and offered my congratulations. i said, you got a great guy in bill walsh and eddie said what are you gonna do. i said, well i don't know, why? he says why don't you come with us to san francisco, i said, i'm on the next plane." once number 16 arrived, the pieces were in place... and the lombardis started stacking up. there were points where the success could have been dismantled by the powerful personalites of debartolo and walsh... but that's where mcvay fit right in...as the franchise's calming force. his efforts were not unrecognized...as he was named.executive of the year in 1989. "we just had so much
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fun, so many great guys, so many great players. a great staff of the women and the guys who worked there in the building and worked for. everyone was pulling on the same end of the rope." rope."same end of the pulling on the same end of the rope." (pam) a new film deal is signed between netflix and the obamas. coming up... details on the project involving the former president and first lady.
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the duke and duchess of sussex.. also known as harry and meghan... have released several official photographs taken on their wedding day. (pam) alexi lubomirsk took the photographs on saturday afternoon.... shortly after the couple returned from their 2-mile carriage procession around windsor. in one picture, the couple is shown surrounded by members of the royal family, meghan's mother and the page boys and bridesmaids.
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another photograph is a little less formal with the couple and just the children. (ken) netflix announced a multi-year production deal with former president and first lady barack and michelle obama. they will work both in front of and behind the camera -- in a first-of-its- kind deal for a former first family. reports say viewers can expect to see it as early as next year. that content could include documentaries, features, and scripted and unscripted series programming. the obamas said they want to harness "the power of storytelling" to promote common values, and greater empathy and understanding. (pam) former presidential candidate - senator bernie sanders announced monday... that announced monday... that he will seek a third term in office. sanders' 20-18 re-election campaign will begin in june. he is a vermont independent who caucuses with democrats. sanders mounted an energetic,
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though ultimately unsuccessful bid for the 20-16 democratic presidential nomination. in his senate re-election campaign announcement, he listed priorities including a 15- dollar- an- hour national minimum wage. the 76-year- old senator is also pushing for free public college tuition .. and a medicare-for- all, single -payer healthcare program. lawrence karnow: it was a cool day at the coast without much sunshine with highs in the 50s. but it was sunny and nice everywhere else with some highs in the 70s and even low 80s. the fog and low clouds are ready to make a return tonight and will likely even bring some drizzle along the coast. on the doppler you can
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see low pressure spinning up another afternoon of showers and thunderstorms over the sierra. it will remain active over the sierra the next few days at least. on the satellite you can see another area of low pressure developing off the coast. it will begin to move toward the bay area tomorrow and by late thursday could even bring us some rain. highs tomorrow will again be cool at the coast with patchy fog and highs in the 50s. there will be plenty of sunshine inland with highs in the low to mid 70s and 60s around the bay. temperatures will continue to run below normal through friday with a chance of showers. high pressure and warmer weather is expected memorial da weekend. a full hour of entertainment news is on the way. at 7:00 it's inside edition, followed by entertainment tonight at 7-30. then we're back with kron 4
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i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message. i support the affordable care act, and voted against all trump's attempts to repeal it. but we need to do more.
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i believe in universal health care. in a public health option to compete with private insurance companies. and expanding medicare to everyone over 55. and i believe medicare must be empowered to negotiate the price of drugs. california values senator dianne feinstein
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just revealed. the meghan and harry wedding album. and inside the wedding reception for the ages. >> they have slippers for us. >> plus, what you didn't see on tv. >> there he is, prince harry, and his american princess. >> whispers to my beloved. >> now we know what they whispered to each other. >> straight from the "inside edition" lip reader. plus, wedding dress secrets. how to get meghan's look for less. >> very resembling of what meghan had worn. >> there's something i'd like to say abou

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