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against this 93-year- old grandmother.. now the grandmother is recovering from a broken hip... and the alleged attacker is behind bars.(ken) tonight: we're learning that suspect is also wanted for robbery in at least one other city.(pam) that attack happened at a bank of america in concord .... while the grandmother was with her 64-year-old caretaker. thank you for joining us .... im pam moore.(ken) and im ken wayne. this is a story kron four broke last night on our news at ten. now: the victims family is speaking out. kron 4's ali reid is live in redwood city .. where she spoke with the victim's son. ali, what did he have to say? the last couple of days have been intense for the pedersen family.right now they're breathing a sigh of relief, knowing that the suspect is behind bars.hopefully this person is no longer going to be able to do these crimes to anyonethe assault and robbery in concrod last friday has affected 93 year old grandma ---ann marie pedersen --- both physically and mentally. the violence that she endured
has been very taxing on her as she's been having flashbacks of what happened to her on friday nightotto hala-fi-hi was arrested and taken into custody wednesday night in the city of patterson in stanislaus county. once his photos started circulating for robbing the senior citizen and her caretaker, tips from the community led concord p-d to the suspect ... who turned himself in at a police substationjustice is served when we come together as a community.in addition to elder abuse and robbery, the 29 year old has been arrested for robbing a lowe's home improvement in fremont back on may 9th.in that robbery, police say the 6'3, 300 pound man went up to a register and lifted the front of his shirt, took out a semi-automatic handgun, and threatened to shoot employees if they didn't back away from the register. he left the store with the 2 items he had in his hands and took off in a white vehicle similar to the one he was seen driving in friday's robbery, according to authorities.i do believe that god will take care of people who stealstandup hala-fi-hi was returned to the bay area where he remains in jail.his 93 year old victim is looking at months of physical therapy to recover from this injury.reporting live in redwood city ... ali reid ... kron 4 news. (pam) a teacher in the south bay-- arrested
-- and accused of sexual battery in two different in two sexual battery and accused of ... kron 4 news.... kron 4 news.city ... ali reid in redwood reporting live in redwood city ... ali reid ... kron 4 news. ... kron 4 news.city ... ali reid in redwood city ... ali reid ... kron 4 news. (pam) a teacher in the south bay-- arrested -- and accused of sexual battery in two different cases... christopher kaldy is accused of inappropriate contact with a student .... and another case involving a teacher.. and tonight, police are looking for other potential victims.kron 4's gayle ong has the details on the long -time milpitas music teacher. 43 year old christopher kaldy was placed on administrative leave in march of this year, that's when police received a report he had inappropriate contact with a student..during
that investigation, police found another case against him - involving another teacher. milpitas police learned of a sexual battery case against christopher kaldy at milpitas high school where he's been a music teacher since 19-98. investigators say the incident involved another teacher.kaldy has been charged with misdemeanor sexual batteryhe turned himself in to the santa clara county sheriff's office last week after an arrest warrent was issued.christine farantino says she never heard anything like this when she was a student here
type of people are out there and it's scary.">milpitas police are now actively looking for more victimsso if you know anybody who has been impacted, please call police. reporting in milpitas, gayle ong kron 4 news. (ken) the san francisco district attorney says there will be no charges filed against the officers involved in the two high profile fatal police shootings involving mario woods and luis gongora. in december of 2015 the shooting of mario woods was caught on video.... showing five police officers open fire on the stabbing suspect. an autopsy found he had been hit by gunfire more than 20 times. then in april 2016 two officers fired on luis gongora - a homeless man armed with a knife who they say moved towards them rather than drop the weapon after being hit with a bean bag gun. at the news conference today
the d-a said the law is clear, but he still struggled with the outcome. i'm extremely extremely disturbed by the state of the law today and yet i am duty-bound to adhere to the law the d-a says he is turning over the case he is turning the d-a says the d-a says he is turning over the case to the civil rights division of the u-s- department of justice who has to the power to sue police agencies when they see a pattern a excessive force.. (ken) while the police officers involved in the shootings ... are not being criminally charged, the district attorney called out the police officers union .... for repeatedly pushing back on reforms. as kron 4's dan kerman explained he also called on the state legislature to do something. a decision not to criminally charge officers in the deadly shootings of mario woods and luis gongora is being hailed by the police uniontony montoya/president, sf poa 07-14 there's a sense of relief that this part of the investigation is over and the da did the right thing and chose not the charge them criminallybut the d.a. said the decision was unsatisfying, and called on the state legislature to pass assembly bill 931 which will provide stricter statewide limits on the use of deadly force .sot george gascon/san
francisco district attorney 29-39what we are hoping to do with ab931 is start moving the law into minimum necessary force that is used meaning only that minimum level of force that is needed to accomplish the work that needs to get done.sotwe always use the minimum amount of force, it's our policythe poa oppose the state legislation soti think that this bill could potentially be dangerous to my members and the public because it can make officers hesitate to take action.but district attorney gascon it's time for the poa to get on board and stop fighting use of force reformssotit is time to stop the rhetoric that creates a bigger divide between the women and men working in uniform, who at the end of the day are the ones placed at risk not the leadership that talks from behind the desk.sot if there is any rhetoric its coming from the da's office not the association.in fact the poa maintains it embraces reforms despite the fact the union is suing over the san francisco police commissions changes to the sfpd's use of force policy. standup dan kerman/san francisco 136-146as far as that state use of force legislation, the first of several hearings will likely take place this summer. backers say if passed, it could get to the governor's as early as august. in sf dan kerman kron 4news. lawrence karnow: temperatures remained much cooler than normal for the bay area today. there were also plenty of clouds and we could soon see some rain. you can see showers off the coast and more thunderstorms over the sierra on doppler radar. on the doppler radar. sierra on over the thunderstormsmore the coast and showers off can see some rain. you could soon see clouds and we plenty of were also today. there bay area normal for the cooler than remained much temperatures karnow: lawrence
kron 4news.in sf dan kerman early as august. governor's as get to the passed, it could backers say if this summer. likely take place hearings will first of several legislation, the first of several hearings will likely take place this summer. backers say if passed, it could get to the governor's as early as august. in sf dan kerman kron 4news. lawrence karnow: temperatures remained much cooler than normal for the bay area today. there were also plenty of clouds and we could soon see some rain. you can see showers off the coast and more thunderstorms over the sierra on doppler radar. on the satellite image you can see the low pressure rotating off the coast. it is a weak system but appears to be headed directly at the bay area tonight. we can expect some scattered showers and even a few isolated thunderstorms on friday but we could begin to see a showers after midnight. scattered showers are likely
on friday with temperatures running well below normal and in the 50s and mid 60s. there could be a few lingering showers early on saturday morning before slowly clearing and warming slightly. much warmer weather with sunny skies and offshore winds will return on sunday. it will be very warm on monday with some highs inland near 90 degrees. cooler weather and a few clouds are expected for the middle of next week. (pam) next week. (pam) new details in a domestic violence and animal cruelty incident in san francisco. police say, they have arrested this man .. delos gallon.. after a 5- week manhunt. gallon was taken into custody at a hotel in san mateo yesterday. back in early april... you can see in surviellance video gallon throwing canned goods at a woman inside a store .... then taking her puppy and slamming it to the floor. the puppy did not survive. (grant) for the third time
in a week, a dead whale has washed ashore in the bay area. this time in bolinas.... you're looking at video from all three incidents.... last friday a fin whale was found along the docks in alameda... and later that day the remains of a gray whale washed ashore on tennessee valley beach in mill valley.... now scientists are trying to figure out what's causing this... kron4's charles clifford is live in marin county tonight where he talked to marine mammal expert, charles? charles?
the marin mammal center says that on tuesday morning the remains of a 58-foot female fin whale washed ashore between brighton and agate beaches in bolinas. wednesday afternoon, the whale was still lying on the beach. the carcess is an advanced state of deacys and the whale is also covered in what appear to be shark bites. natsnele and michael are visiting california from canada. they walked out to see the whale.sot i'm no expert but it looks like it's been dead for awhile before it washed up.sothave you ever seen a dead whale before? no, this is my first one.fin whales are an endangered species and sadly this is the second one to be found dead in the bay area in just the past week. last friday the cracass of a 45-foot juvenile female whale was found in alameda. a necropsy on that whale determined it died from being struck by a ship. also last week, a 36-foot adult female gray whale washed ashore at tennessee valley beach in marin county. that whale
apparently died from being entangled in fishing nets. back in bolinas, nele and michael hope that this whale died from natural causes and not a ship strike.sot it is depressing to see stuff like this happen.this happen. as for the bolinas whale, the marine mammal center is planning to perform a full necropsy on the on friday. in marin county, charles clifford kron 4 news. (ken) a nail biting game did not end in well for dub-nation. the warriors go down against the rockets tonight. (pam) that means.... we are heading to game six... sports reporter mark carpenter is here with how the dubs came up short. mark, this next game is a do or die .. (mark we are seeing some uncharted territory for this version of the warriors. the other night, they lost their first playoff game since kevin durant has been here.
and tonight, for the first time since 2016, they are trailing in a series. it's remarkable how a series can turn. it was only a few games ago, the warriors crushed the rockets by 41-points.. tonight-- golden state is one loss away from being bounced from the postseason. --we go to houston.. emotional moments in the arena pregame with a tribute for the victims of the santa fe high school shooting. the school's choir sang the national anthem. --andre iguodala...out for the 2nd straight game with a left knee injury. --3rd quarter, chris paul...started the game 0-for-7, but got hot... hit 3 straight 3's including this one that ended with a shimmy right in steph curry's face. -4th quarter... paul again clock winding down... throws up a prayer over david west and sinks it. everything working for cp3. --but then a potentially- series changing play. late in the 4th, paul throws up a floater, but hurts his hamstring falling to the ground. he was forced to leave the game in the final minute. --all the drama came down to this. 96-94
rockets...6 seconds to go... warriors need a play, on the inbound.... terrible execution... curry throws it to draymond... and green loses the ball. --rockets tack on two free throws... and that's how it ends. houston wins 98-94...and takes a 3-2 lead. steve kerr...on what unfolded on that final play. "i thought draymond probably thought he could get to the rim and dunk it. i'll have to se the replay. i think klay may have been in the far-right corner. so we had the floor spread. and i thought, without having seen it yet, i thought draymond just rushed it a little but and fumbles it. but, you know, the play was unfolding nicely. it just didn't turn out obviously." game 6 saturday night at oracle. coming up in sports at 10-45, we'll have more reaction from houston. (pam) coming up: live pictures of the kilauea volcano as it continues to amaze and to threaten.. we'll show you all new pictures of the destruction... from space. (ken)plus: san francisco residents have showed their concern over scooters.now what
city leaders are doing in an attempt to get a handle on what some say are out of control riders. (pam) after the break: new details in the disappearance of teenager pearl pinson. the new pictures investigators have of the suspect. it's time for the semi-annual sale with savings on the new sleep number 360 smart bed. it senses your every move and automatically adjusts on both sides to keep you effortlessly comfortable. and snoring.... does your bed do that? right now during our semi-annual sale save up to $700 on sleep number 360 smart beds. plus 36 month financing. ends memorial day.
firsthe creation of something from nothing. first stands on no shoulders. it follows no footsteps. to first, the view ahead is wide open. the only thing that first chases...is possibility. you know what we make. first makes us who we are. mercedes-amg. driving performance. (pam) pearl pinson vanished on her way to school in vallejo two years ago tomorrow.... and she has not been seen or heard since .. (ken) as the anniversary of her disappearance approaches... we are uncovering new details in
the search for the teenager. (pam) kron 4's justine waldman spoke exclusively with the lead detective on the case, about where the investigation stands now. sot: do you think pearl pinson is dead or alive?sot: anything at this point is a possibility we just don't know from the day pearl pinson disappeared on her way to school on may 25 2016, detective sean mattson has been on the case.following every tip, twist and turn trying to find the teenager. two years later, still no conclusion.sot obviously i want to find pearlwitnesses saw a man take pearl at the overpass right by her house. the only suspect in pearl's kidnapping, fernando castro, died in a shoutout with law enforcement in southern california.sot not having him that is frustrating too, not having the opportunity to even trydetective mattson says pears blood was found in the suspects car. these are new pictures of castro driving the tan sedan in bodega bay, while pearl was missing.sot we believe strongly that he was the one that did itrose pinson / pearl's sister sot we don't know where she is at we dont know if we will ever find her
its's been a heartbreaking two years for pearl's family.there is no evidence that suggest human trafficking.also, two reported sighting of pearl at the pittsburg bart station, were not true.earlier in may, the sheriff's just did a search in bodega bay for evidence in a pond, but that also turned up nothing. decetective mattson believes someone out there, knows something, that will lead to a break in the case.sot even if they don't think it is something to still call it in because we are trying to give two families some answers that they deservethis detective is determined not to let the case go cold, in vallejo justine waldman kron 4 news. (ken) a bail hearing has been postponed for a woman in a deadly child abuse case in sacramento... averyauna anderson allegedly told police she and her husband tyler anderson-- put his five-year-
old daughter's body in a storage unit-- a week after she died in their reno apartment. averyauna anderson is being held on 50-thousand dollars bail since her arrest last week on charges of child abuse and destroying or concealing evidence. tyler anderson, waived extradition in sacramento monday and will return to reno to face a manslaughter charge. (pam) the ghost ship warehouse fire case was back in court today... the two defendents - are max harris and derick almena... today, harris's attorney asked that his client be allowed to bail out of jail... the attorney argues .. that harris - on the left - be sent to what he called a "sober living arrangement." it is not clear whether that might happen later. harris and almena are each charged with 36- counts of involuntary manslaughter in the december 2016 fire.. the judge today turned down a motion to dismiss the charges. also today - it became clear, there is a major disagreement between the two defendants. the attorney for harris wants the trial postponed until at least
september. but derick almena reportedly wants to keep a july 16th trial date - arguing, that he is tired of being behind bars .. and wants the case resolved as soon as possible. here is a live look at the kilauea volcano. experts say it could erupt for months. residents are facing many challenges (pam) challenges (pam)lawrence karnow has some new picutres.. from space and more details on what's happening there now..
lawrence karnow: temperatures remained much cooler than normal for the bay area today. there were also plenty of clouds and we could soon see some rain. you can see showers off the coast and more thunderstorms over the sierra on doppler radar. on the satellite image you can see the low pressure rotating off the coast. it is a weak system but appears to be headed directly at the bay area tonight. we can expect some scattered showers and even a few isolated thunderstorms on friday but we could begin to see a showers after midnight. scattered showers are likely on friday with temperatures running well below normal and in the 50s and mid 60s. there could be a few lingering showers early on saturday morning before slowly clearing and warming slightly. much warmer weather with sunny skies and offshore winds will return on sunday. it will be very warm on monday with some
cannabis beer at a san francisco brewery .... has been tapped. why u-s officials told the owners, they could no longer sell the beer. nats of explosions(ken)and next: destruction of portions of a north korean nuclear testing site.why president trump is now calling on kim jong un to do the "right thing"
nats of explosions(pam) we are getting our first look at the apparent destruction ..... of portions of a north korean nuclear testing site.(ken) explosions at three nuclear tunnels, as well as observation buildings.about two dozen journalists were invited to north korea to witness the apparent destruction.(pam) hours after the incident, the white house canceled next month's planned summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un.(ken) the move followed days of heightened rhetoric from north korea, which had previously threatened to pull out of the talks."north korea has the opportunity to end decades of poverty and oppression by following the path of denuclearization and joining the community of nations and i
hope that kim jong un will ultimately do what is right not only for himself but perhaps most importantly what's right for his people, who are suffering greatly and needlessly."(pam) north korea's first vice minister of foreign affairs says, the country is still willing to sit down for a summit with the u-s at any time and in any way. (pam) coming up: living a double life. how one pastor went from porn addict in hiding .... to helping others heal. (ken)plus: thousands of complaints about scooters on san francisco streets.the rules the city is now making scooter companies enforce. (pam) and next: the parents accused of torturing their 10 children in fairfield, were back in court today. what new charges the father is now facing. lk teases ten at ten
tuck turned around failing schools, raising graduation rates 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. big story we are tracking at 10:30: the father of 10 .... whose children had to be removed from horrific living conditions last month .... is now facing sexual abuse charges.(ken) both parents... jonathan allen and ina rogers ... appeared in court today to enter their pleas. kron 4's tersia estacio has details on the
disturbing new charges.. four counts of lewdness with a minor at the hands of an adult those are the new charges facing jonathan allen, the father of the ten children. allen very confident in court today, speaking up loudly as he entered a not guilty plea. (take vo) no cameras were allowed in court, but this is a picture of allen from last weeks first court appearnance. the sex crimes alledged to have taken place over the course of a year from 2017 to 2018 - four separate times with one of the 10 children. ina rogers, the children's mother also in court today. this picture from last week as well. she twoo entered a not guilty plea. in contrast, she was soft spoken and quite subdued in court. outside court, allens relatives defended he and ina. doris./allen's grandmother it is unfortunate this has happened to our family and i feel more help should have been there for the family to help with the children. maggie. allen's aunt he is a nice person. she is a nice person. i hope for the best. last week, both allen and rogers were charged on multiple counts of child abuse. in addition, allen faces 7 counts of torture. in court documents, the children reportedly told child abuse specialists that they had been bitten and struck with bb guns. and quote : due to continuous abuse the children have varying forms of scars, including broken arms." back on march 31st, rogers contacted police after rep0rtedly missing a child. when authorities arrived at the home, , they say, they found feces smeared on floors, urine soaked carpet - the house in shambles. rogers
intially blamed the mess on looking for her missing child. the children were removed and a further investigation revealed the alledged abuse. krishna adams, district attorney solano co. "as a prosecutor and mom you can't imagine at the hands of parents. there are 10 children under the age of 13 abused for a substantial period of time inside this home under the care of their parents.both allen and rogers remain in custody. in addition to the new sex crimes charged, both allen and rogers now face a protective order banning the from having any contact with their children. they are back in court for a hearing in july. in solano county te
(grant) a big story we're following. harvey weinstein is expected to surrender to police in new york tomorrow morning. the already disgraced movie mogul will face criminal charges in a months-long investigation into allegations he sexually assaulted women. the criminal charges will be the first - since scores of women began coming forward to accuse weinstein of harrassment or assault...and the me too movement ensued.police officials would not say much about the allegations.. but did allow this: "i'm not going to give you an exact number, but it's more than one. we have several complaints and it's actively being investigated."law enforcement officials say that the charges relate to at least one person...a former actress named loo-sha evans - who claims she was assaulted in 2004.(grant) weinstein's spokesperson says his client sought treatment after the accusations and denies any claims of non-consensual sex.
lawrence karnow: temperatures remained much cooler than normal for the bay area today. there were also plenty of clouds and we could soon see some rain. you can see showers off the coast and more thunderstorms over the sierra on doppler radar. on the satellite image you can see the low pressure rotating off the coast. it is a weak system but appears to be headed directly at the bay area tonight. we can expect some scattered showers and even a few isolated thunderstorms on friday but we could begin to see a showers after midnight. scattered showers are likely on friday with temperatures running well below normal and in the 50s and mid 60s. there could be a few lingering showers early on saturday morning before slowly clearing and warming slightly. much warmer weather with sunny skies and offshore winds will return on sunday. it will be very warm on monday with some highs inland near 90 degrees. cooler weather and a few clouds are expected for the middle of next week.
(pam) (pam) (pam) tonight .... an in-depth look at someone who lived the secret life of a porn addict for 17- years ... that someone is a minister .. who is now helping others with the same addiction.. mary stackhouse explains .. the new life he and his family now lead in alabama. "there was the part that everybody saw which was a musician worship pastor who was leading a band, leading the church in worship and then there was the part that nobody, including my wife, knew about. what started as kind of dabbling in porn addiction eventually crossed the line into physical adultery."(anchor)secrets that impacted their relationship (sot)"foolishly believed for a long time that just through finding better efforts better self-will techniques that i'd be able to defeat it on my own. it just doesn't ever happen like that. i had a good decade of the wrong input that
affected what i was able to be and how i was able to be with my wife. pornography teaches wrong lessons about sex, it teaches that its on demand, it should be whenever i want it, i don't have to think about another person. i don't have to be vulnerable." (anchor) stacy experienced post traumatic stress syndrome after everything came to light, but she and her husband committed to the process of getting healthy. (sot) "and we got into counseling right away which was great. she was really good at just helping us understand addiction and that was helpful
for me. she told greg about a men's group that he should go to and connect with other men that were healing from the same things. there wasn't a group for me to go to but she told me about a lady that i could talk to because she had been through the same things and her husband was in a ministry."(anchor)she and greg had found purpose through their pain now helping others struggling with sex and porn addiction through a wake and recovery... the gospel based ministry they started seven years ago (sot) "like this is so crazy to have walked through this and now be doing what we're doing and the amount of people that reach out. it blows my mind. it's really an obedience thing for me. gods walked me through it and i'm not going to just stuff it and not talk about it." (anchor)and it's helping others open about about their struggles..(sot)(sot)"i don't live in the shame of our story. i wouldn't say i have picked this story but i can just share what i've been through and say yes god can heal. he can restore marriages." (anchor)and not just restore but make stronger than ever. (pam) that was mary stackhouse reporting.
according to the american psychological association handbook .... studies have put porn consumption rates at 50- percent to 99- percent among men, and 30- percent to 86- percent among women (ken) motorized scooter share companies in san francisco have less than two weeks to apply for a new permit program or risk losing business in the city. the announcement came earlier today from the san francisco city attorney's office... kron4's haaziq madyun was there... sotthis is the new powered scooter share program permit application rolled out today by san francisco city attorney dennis herrera. back in april herrera issued cease and desist letters to the three e-scooter companies operating in san francisco because...sot that is 1,800 complaints within the first month of scooter companies setting up
shop. some of those those complaints include parked scooters blocking sidewalks, bus stops, doorways and other public spaces. the director of san francisco municipal transportation agency ed reiskin says in between now and june 4th any scooter company wanting to do business in san francisco will have to apply for one of five available permits...
it would process. so i think it would behoove everybody to make sure that they follow the directive that has been issued today about having them off public streets">sfmta officials say there is a $5,000 cost to apply for a permit, a $25,000 application fee, on top of a $10,000 insurance fee. the city attorney also says san francisco will hold each company responsible for the behavior of customers using their scooter products...in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news (pam) a federal agency are a federal (pam) a federal agency is stopping a local brewery from making beer which contains cannabis. black hammer brewing in san francisco is the business that produces the pot - infused beer. but the u.s. alcohol and tobacco tax and trade bureau says, the
company has to stop production ... the bureau will allow the brewery to sell the rest of the specialty beer it has already made. like marijuana, the hemp used in the beer is from a cannabis plant .... but it contains very little t-h-c, which is the compound that gives pot its high. but the trade bureau requires special approval for non - standard beer ingredients ... and the brewery now says, it plans to apply for that approval. (sports) coming up, we go back to texas for more reaction...as the rockets take another close one from the warriors.
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ten: a retired member of the navy's seal team- 6 ..... received the medal of honor today. (ken) the nation's highest military honor went to retired master chief petty officer britt slabinski (sla-bin-ski) reporter morgan wright explains that slabinski lead a team under heavy enemy fire while serving in afghanistan. president donald trump inducted a new name -- into what he says is the world's most exclusive gathering of heroes. today we pay tribute to britt's heroic service - and proudly present him with
our nation's highest military honor retired navy seal - britt slabinski - a native to northhampton, massachusetts was awarded the medal of honor for his actions in march of 2002 in afghanistan during the battle of takur ghar. he led an elite team on a combat mission to establish a secure position on the peak of a 10-thousand foot. mountain britt and his teammates were preparing to exit the helicopter onto the mountain when their aircraft was struck by a machine gun slabinski's teammate petty officer first class neil roberts was flung out of the aircraft... the team faced a choice to wait for reinforemcent and pretty much safety or to return immediately to the enemy stronghold in the hope of saving neil's life. the medal of honor is awarded by the president - to members of armed forces who risk their
own lives above and beyond the call of duty - just as retired master chief slabinski did in afghanistan in a rescue operation for a teammate. but britt and his team didn't even hesitate for a moment for them it was an easy one - they went back to that mountain he led a team under heavy enemy fire in an attempt to rescue their teammate... through your actions you demonstrated there is no love more pure and no courage more great than the love and courage that burns in the hearts of american patriots although unsuccessful in the rescue attempt - president trump says we are free because warriors like slabinski give blood and if they have to - their lives for our in washington, morgan wright. before this series started, the warriors had only lost three playoff games since kevin durant came to the bay area. that was until they ran into houston. and now, the defending champs find themselves one loss away from being denied a 4th consecutive trip to the finals. --we go to texas, real powerful moments in the arena pregame in a tribute for the victims of the santa fe high school shooting. the school's choir sang the national anthem. --andre iguodala...out for the 2nd straight game with a left knee injury. --in the first half, just some ugly basketball... and we saw
this bad stint for draymond green. once again, dunked on by james harden. --kevin durant...17 first half points. game tied at 45 at the half. --3rd quarter, chris paul...started the game 0-for-7, then, he hit 3 straight 3's including this one that ended with a shimmy right in steph curry's face. --curry would answer right back. the mvp goes to the rack... and somehow slips in the reverse layup. warriors take a one point lead. -both sides trading baskets. a few minutes later, paul again clock winding down... throws up a prayer over david west and sinks it. everything working for cp3. --but then a potentially-series changing play. late in the 4th, paul throws up a floater, but hurts his hamstring falling to the ground. he was forced to leave the game in the final minute. --all the drama came down to this. 96-94 rockets...6 seconds to go... warriors need a play, on the inbound.... terrible execution... curry throws it to draymond...
and green loses the ball. --rockets tack on two free throws... and that's how it ends. houston wins 98-94...and takes a 3-2 lead. let's hear from steve kerr. "could have won this game could have won the last game, i think they are sitting in there angry as they should be you know they are competitors. i like what you said this is the worst situation we've been in since kevin has been here. we are two wins from making the nba finals, that's a pretty good worst situation to be in". "defense is hot right now we have to continue effort and make just a couple more plays to take care of our turnover problem we've had the last two games. just build some momentum to our side and we had that opportunity to do that". here at home: warriors fans still filled the seats at oracle to cheer on golden state. about 7-thousand fans poured into the arena to watch the warriors on the big screen from houston. tickets were $20 and all the
money went to charity....which is a silver lining to the game. game 6 is back in oakland on saturday, turning now to the a's-- oakland trying to salvage a win...in their three-game series with the mariners. --it's off to the coliseum... king felix on the hill for the m's. and the a's pounced on him early... bottom 1st-- 1-all...2-on for stephen piscotty...laces one to deep left center off the wall. both runners come home. a's would get out of the frame up 4-1. --seattle answered back late... top 8th, a's up 4-2... runners on the corners for kyle seager...liner to right... seattle makes it a one- run game. --but in the ninth, blake try-nen...shuts down the place. gets mike zunino whiffing...to close it out. a's win 4-3...and host the diamondbacks tomorrow. (áástop talkingáá) and finally, great news for the sharks.... evander kane is locked in long term. the sharkies announced today....that the star forward has been re-signed to a new seven-year-deal. since being traded to san jose in february, the 26-year-old was an immediate impact player...
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 if you feel like your
mood is all over the place... it might have something to do with your sleep.(ken) a new study published in the lancet looks at how your internal clock affects mental health. you may be at a higher risk for mood disorders...including depression, bipolar disorder, loneliness, unhappiness and general mood instability if you disrupt your internal clock more than 91-thousand participants wore motion tracking devices on their wrist for a week -- that data was used to classify their internal clocks as disrupted or not disrupted. people who were inactive during the day and active at night were classified as disrupted. those individuals were between six and ten percent more likely to have been diagnosed with a mood disorder. the researchers say the body's clock plays a crucial role in mood... but admit further
research is needed. lawrence karnow: temperatures remained much cooler than normal for the bay area today. there were also plenty of clouds and we could soon see some rain. you can see showers off the coast and more thunderstorms over the sierra on doppler radar. on the satellite image you can see the low pressure rotating off the coast. it is a weak system but appears to be headed directly at the bay area tonight. we can expect some scattered showers and even a few isolated thunderstorms on friday but we could begin to see a showers after midnight. scattered showers are likely on friday with temperatures running well below normal and in the 50s and mid 60s. there could be a few lingering showers early on saturday morning before slowly clearing and warming slightly. much warmer weather with sunny skies and offshore winds will return on sunday. it will be
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