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(lydia) good morning and good morning and thanks for joining us for the kron 4 morning news.im lydia pantazes. lets start this morning with a check on weather and traffic. (lydia) here's a look at the embarcadero. (dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling
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will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday. (lydia) here's a look at the bay bridge. (lydia) (dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow
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weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday. (lydia) here's a look at the bay bridge. (lydia) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. (lydia) here's a look at the golden gate bridge... (lydia) here's a live look
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outside at the bridge. (lydia) a big story we're following this morning .. two people are dead after a small plane crashes in petaluma. the plane came down right near the airport... the wreackage spread across several lanes of the street... kron 4's hermela aregawi has the story. two people are dead after a plane crashed here on east washington street near adobe road. witnesses describe hearing unusual noises and the plane flying low.micah combs/witnessyou look up in the air right now, you can hear one as it was going by. so many planes because the airport is right there. you just constantly keep going back and forth and i could tell by that one sound that was not right.dominic borgo/witness "we were kind of cleaning carts kind of like we are right now. saw a plane kinda take off, go this way. it was a little low. it just didn't sound like a plane should sound. it was like choppy. the motor was kind of choppy just not really fully running, it sounded like. because i'm here most of the days and i see planes fly over me a lot and this one, i just noticed it was a little bit lower than usual." investigators say.. that the pilot attempted to return back to the airport shortly after take off.. but he didn't make it. you could tell that the
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pilot definitely knew what he was doing and tried to make an emergency landing. because i could tell something was going on in the air and immediately he was trying to save himself. investigators say they there were no flames or fire.. or any hazardous matrials that spilled from the crash. (hermela aregawi)the faa and ntsb were on site for hours today combing through the scene.. the cause is still under investigaton. reporting live in petaluma. hermela aregawi. kron 4 news. (lydia) that was kron4's hermela aregawi reporting. (lydia) firefighters in alameda are investigating a suspicious fire that happened at a preschool center in newark. the fire happened saturday afternoon at the safari kid preschool. the center was closed because it was the weekend. multiple rooms sustained fire and water damage but no one was injuried. (lydia) police are investigating a stabbing that happened in dolores park. this is video from the scene. san francisco police say they responded to calls of a fight at the park on sunday night. when officers arrived the victim appeared to have been injured by a sharp object. the victim was taken to the hospital for non life threatening injuries. police tell us several people have been detained. (lydia) this festive memorial day weekend can turn dangerous when people drink or use drugs...then drive.
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already california highway patrol officers in marin county have arrested 4 people for a d-u-i since friday night's maximum enforcement period started... as kron 4's ella sogomonian tells us... one of the people arrested had in an infant in the car. officers with the california highway patrol marin unit are zoned in on dui drivers this holiday weekend...with four arrests made so far...friday night at 8 a woman was arrested after a caller noticed her swerving on highway 101 north by novato with two kids in the car.sot: sgt. andrew barclay, california highway patrol marin// "when the officer contacted the driver he determined she was extremely intoxicated and was arrested for a dui but to further the situation she had an 18-day old baby and an 8 year old child in the car so she was also charged with two felony counts of childhood endangerment."then saturday night at 8:45 a crash was reported just before the golden gate bridge near the robin williams tunnel... when an 18-year-old allegedly impaired by drugs and alcohol flipped over a car with five
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passengers between 16 and 21 years old who made laps into seats... he then ran off but was found hiding in bushes. sot: sgt. andrew barclay, california highway patrol marin// "well unbeknownst that driver our place was flying overhead so they established an orbit followed them reported it to us and was taken into custody."around the same time another driver was arrested after an officer spotted their car weaving on the road as passengers threw beer bottles out the window. the maximum enforcement period continues until monday at midnight.if you plan to drink or use drugs don't drive...not this weekend...not ever.in marin county ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (lydia) the oakland police department also has a warning. they tweeted these photos after towing multiple cars for being involved in sideshow activity. they say sideshow units are in full force this memorial day. (lydia) memorial day weekend is the unofficial kick off to boating season ... but if you were in discovery bay -- you were surrounded---
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not just other boaters -- but marine patrol units, as well. kron4's michelle kingston jumped on board and watched as they educated and cited boat operators not following the law. (mk)ánatsáhonkingdozens of law enforcement boats from several different agencies out in full force for what they delta blitzánatsámusica small island off discovery bay known as ski beach -- attracts boaters ... dancers ... loud music ... and ...ánatsáhonking citations.ánatsá"you guts been drinking or anything like that?"boaters pulled over for not carrying their registration, or enough life jackets ... one man arrested ... others speeding through no wake zones or in front of officers -- which is against the blue light lawánatsá"any time you see blue lights at all ... sorry about that man." law enforcement officers hands out about two dozen citations every weekend in the summer here -- and about 2 to 4 boating under the influence
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tickets a day."we just ask that if you are going to come out and use the waterways you understand the laws that govern boating and you operate safely so that everybody can enjoy it and people dont get hurt."michelle kingston, @mkingstonnews new this year -- boaters under the age of 20 have to have a california boater card in order to operate a boat in the state.in discovery bay michelle kingston kron 4 news (lydia) in sonoma county a man is behind bars ...accused of being in possession of a concealed firearm. it happened tuesday at the petaluma wetlands preservation park-- parking lot. a witness called police to report a man unconscious in his car. police say the 34-year-old suspect displayed signs of being under the influence of alcohol. officers found a semi-automatic glock handgun...along with a loaded magazine. the man was booked for dui...and possesion of a concealed firearm. (lydia) the dancing. the music. the great costumes.... san francisco celebrated the 40th year of
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the carnaval parade in the mission district. kron4's sara stinson marched along the route and brings us the sights and sounds of the parade. reporter intro: ("fancy cars, loud music, and dancing is what you can expect at the 40th annual carnaval and parade. people i spoke with say it's more about showing off just how diverse san francisco is.")("carnaval really shows the mission as it is, the folks who live here, the community and i'm just here because i love it!)for the last 31 years - the aztec group xiuhoatl danza has been blessing the parade before it begins. ("we're asking for blessings so it will be a peaceful event so that there is no problems, no violence. that's why we do this every year. it's a prayer in motion, not just dancing.")ánatsá revving their engines - the first to kick off the parade was hundreds people driving old fashioned tricked out cars. catching the eyes of people of all ages.("that car is clean!)natsevery year thousands of people fill 24th street for the carnaval and parade to celebrate latin american and caribbean roots in the city. ("there is the dancers, there is the costumes, the music, and then there is ceremony.")some groups have been in the parade
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since they were little. ("and now i'm back walking with the mission neighborhood float with flags representing different places.")while others joined in for the first time from out of the city. ("it's a great opportunity to represent stockton and to represent the phillippines and to represent the migitnow tribe.")several elementary schools entered a float and performed dances.as each float went by you could see flags from almost every country in the world. natsand music blaring from every culture. ("just seeing the different cultures like the aztec dancing and then it's about being with my friends and family representing where we are from.")reporter tag: ("after the hours long parade on 24th street, the fun continued with 5 different stages of music on harrison street. in san francisco, sara stinson, kron 4 news.") (lydia) still ahead still ahead on the kron4
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morning news ... hear from a woman who áaccidentally sat down on a needle on a bart train... and now has to endure more than a year of testing and medication. (lydia) plus ... lava continues to devaste hawaii. the latest on how homeowners are responding. (lydia) and after the break ... the latest on two abused puppies who were found in the trash in the east bay. (lydia) and here's a live look outside...at the san mateo bridge. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
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(lydia) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast.
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(dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday. (lydia)
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(dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday.saturday.
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(lydia) a heartbreaking discovery in oakland.. two german shepherd puppies found in the trash - neglected and injured. one's foot has been cut off, the other suffered a broken jaw. kron 4's gayle ong has details on their condition and who is helping them.
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the 4 month old shepherd sisters were taken to the vet and are being treated for infections and other health issuesit's also unknown if this was abuse or unintentional..photos show the conditions they were found in..under a freeway at 89th avenue and g streetit's been less than 24 hours since they've been rescued..this puppy named friggs is getting her first bath should make a full recovery - her sister freya, not so lucky, she suffered a broken jaw
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(lydia) a close call for a bay area woman after she was nearly shot by a paintball. the santa rosa woman was heading northbound on highway 101 in petaluma. kron 4's gabe slate talked to her and has the story. sound from rachel thurow - santa rosa " shocking someone could do this to another person" on thursday just before 2 pm, rachel thurow says she was driving northbound on highway 101 in petaluma...about a mile north of the east washington street exit.... sound from rachel thurow - santa rosa " i heard a loud bang" rachel says a blue paintball came through her open driverside window and splattered inside her car. sound from rachel thurow - santa rosa " i don't know how it didn't hit me in the head" rachel says this blue paint on the inside of her passenger side trunk window is where the blue paintball exploded.sound
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from rachel thurow - santa rosa " i got no sleep last night because i thought if it had hit me in the head the big accident it would have caused" rachel says her window was the only one open so she believes the paintball would have had to pass right by her head based on where it landed. there is an outdoor paintball facility in petaluma called play land.. but they have barriers set up and it's a couple miles way to the south of where rachel says she was on the highway traveling north... so unlikely a rouge shot from the paintball park... sound from rachel thurow - santa rosa " i'm for sure not going to be keeping windows down on highway" sound from reporter gabe slate - "chp said no whitnesses and no leads, they have not had any other incidents, "sound from rachel thurow - santa rosa " i just want others to know " rachel thurow says from now on she will be keeping her windows up when driving on 101. in santa rosa gabe slate kron 4 news.
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(lydia) in the south bay... an argument at a bar led to a man hitting two people with his car...trapping a woman underneath it. it happened saturday morning at the sports page bar and grill in mountain view. police say a man got into an argument with a man and woman while inside the bar. the pair was leaving... and the other man got into his car and ran them over. witnesses flipped the car on its side to save the woman who was trapped underneath. all three people involved were hospitalized... however, there is no word on their current conditions. (lydia) a reminder for bart riders... trains will ánot run between the pleasant hill and concord bart stations today. crews are doing maintenance work on the tracks. bart will run free buses between the two stations... with 20-minute delays expected for passengers. (lydia) starbucks will be closing stores for one day this week. the company will close more than 8- thousand stores átomorrow for racial sensitivity training . this after two black men
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were arrested at a philadelphia starbucks last month. the story sparked national outrage and protests with starbucks c-e-o kevin johnson apologizing to the men in person. the company reached a one dollar settlement in exchange for the creation of a 200-thousand program aimed at young entrepreneurs. starbucks now has a new policy that allows anyone to use its restrooms even if they don't buy anything. (lydia) happening now. the lava flow in hawaii...has not stopped. and it has entered the property of a geo-thermal power plant on the big island. officials previously moved 50-thousand gallons of potentially toxic gas offsite. the lava flow in leilani estates...is now covering more than 23-hundred acres, or almost 4-square miles. the crater is producing small bursts of lava and volcanic ash. the lava has already taken out some homes here. (lydia)
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the kilauea volcano has been erupting for three weeks. it as destroyed a total of 82 structures, that includes about 37 homes. (lydia) still ahead on the kron four morning news... justin timberlake is doing his part to help a victim from the texas shooting. we'll have this and more ... coming up in the hollywood minute. (lydia) and here's a live look outside... at the golden gate bridge.
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welcome back to the kron four morning news. i'm tracking your entertainment headlines... a music- filled hollywood minute today, with a pop star on a mercy mission, a chart-topping boy band, and a classic musical debuting on blu-ray. here's david daniel with details. "you guys are the best fans in the world." (nat-screams)
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justin timberlake makes his fans happy -- one special fan in particular. in texas on his current tour, timberlake stopped at a houston hospital to visit sarah salazar, who's in intensive care after the sante fe high school shooting. her mother posted this photo on facebook, saying the singer brought salazar a gift. (nat-music)no "fake love" for b-t-s! the korean boy band's latest album, "love yourself: tear" (rhymes with cheer), has debuted at number one on the billboard 200. it's the first k-pop album to top the chart. (nat-music)"seven brides for seven brothers" is finally singing and dancing its way to blu-ray! the classic 50's musical is set for release in the format for the first time june sixth, newly restored to bring its oscar-winning score and totally sexist plot to a new generation. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (lydia) coming up next on
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the kron4 morning news ... one year after a young boy fell off a slide at a dublin waterpark... the slide is reopened. we hear from those who took the áemerald plungeá when we come back. (lydia) and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll be back with more of your kron 4 morning news after the break.
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(áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) (áábreakáá) (robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast with dave spahr
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(dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling
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expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday.
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(lydia) here's a look at the bay bridge. (lydia) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. (lydia) here's a look at the golden gate bridge... (lydia) here's a live look outside at the richmond bridge. (lydia) san francisco firefighters rescued two ship repair workers. it happened on sunday afternoon. the fire department tweeted out these photos from the rescue. officials say the
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two men were injured on-board a ship at pier 80. their injuries are not considered life threatening. rescue crews were brought in and both men were taken to a hospital for evaluation. (lydia) a woman's life changed forever -- after she says she was ááápricked by a needle while taking a seat on bart. and now she is demanding answers. kron 4's dan kerman has the story. sotthursday morning linda quan headed to the dublin bart station and boarded a san francisco bound train for work 30 minutes into the ride the san ramon mother of two felt something pierce her behind.sot linda quan/bart passenger stuck with needle 11-20when i felt that i got up and looked at what was poking me and i felt it and didn't know what it was and realized it was s syringe tip.this is the broken tip of the hypodermic needle quan sat on. when she looked under the seat she found even more drug paraphenalia now she wonders why bart isn't doing more to prevent this from happening.sot
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it's peoples live and people safety and one puncture like that could change the rest of my life if i am infected.sot chris filippi/bart spokesperson 46-56anecdotally police say they have reports similar to this once or twice a month as far as we are concerned that is once or twice a month too many this is a serious and this is something bart needs to address and is addressing with the resources that we havebart says they've hired more police officers, they're redploying train cleaners so bart cars get cleaned more often and are working with police to address the homeless issue sotthey are not doing enough of this would not have happened.after reporting the incident to the train operator and to bart police quan was tested for hiv and hepatitis. now she's on a month supply of drugs to prevent contracting hiv, she's getting the hepatitis vaccine, and she must get her blood tested every 3 months for the next year and half just in case she was infected with something from that needlesot i'm really worried, i worried all day today and yesterday and i will probably be worried
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for the next 18 months 141/18 months (lydia) in the east (lydia) (lydia) in the east bay ... a beloved restaurant is closing it's doors this summer. salute e vita in richmond's marina bay will be closing on july sixth. the owner, says she is closing the restaurant because of a landlord-tenant dispute. the immigrant turned business owner says she will be offering free meals on july fifth and sixth in exchange for donations to help her 40 employees who are losing their jobs. (lydia) new this morning... a major tobacco company is pumping millions of dollars into a campaign to get voters to áreject a ban on selling flavored tobacco. it includes menthol cigarettes and vaping liquids with flavors like cotton candy and mango. "r-j reynolds" has
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contributed nearly 12-million to the "no on proposition e" campaign. supporters of the prop have raised nearly 3- million dollars.... most of that coming from former new york city mayor michael bloomberg. (lydia) the city of dublin reopened the wave waterpark one year after a young boy was seriously injured at the park. kron4's michelle kingston explains -- the emerald plunge slide went through a number of tests and the city says it's now safe for riders. (mk)mike menacag, dublin"it's a blast. i like that falling feeling. you get the butterflies when you're going down.it's exciting."the wave in dublin opened its doors for its second season on saturday ...kids swimming in the pool -- splashing around -- and taking the "emerald plunge" -- this slide opening for the first time on saturday since it was shut down last year after a 10 year old boy violently flung off the slide during its grand openingalex
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nouripour, dublin"the thrill when you go down. all the steepness. all your insides rush up."kids and adults rushing down the slide -- all getting out safely and with smilesben weiss-ishai, alamo "it actually wasn't that bad. it was just like scary."mike menacag, dublin"it's totally safe. one freak accident can't make you stay away from it so i feel fine."the young boy who fell last year suffered scrapes and bruises.the state investigated and found the water flow and water height settings were too high.the boy's parents dropped the lawsuit filed against the city and settled with the makers of the water slide.the city says the slide has been fixed ... and tested ... and is now safe for riders.shari jackman, city of dublin public information officer"it did put a damper on last season quite a bit but we feel really confident that the slides are safe now. we certainly wouldn't have opened the slides if we felt anyone would be in danger."ben weiss-ishai, alamo"my friends were saying go on it go on it and i said why not?"alex nouripour, dublin"it was just cool and awesome and achieving."the city shut down the slide right next to the plunge last year as well just as a precaution -- they say both slides are safe for everyone this season. in dublin michelle kingston kron 4 news
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(lydia) take a look at this ... a young man in france is being praised for saving a child... who was dangling from a balcony. video shows the man scaling four floors... pulling himself up from balcony to balcony... until he makes it to the four-year-old and pulls him to safety from midair. french president emmanuel macron has invited him to the palace... to thank him personally. (lydia)coming up after the break... if you're feeling patriotic this memorial day... but don't feel like firing up the grill... we'll show you one place in the city where you can fire up your patriotism... (lydia) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero. (lydia) memorial day is
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today and for many ... that includes b-b-q's, picnics and parades. this morning on dine and dish - kron four's vikki liviakis shows you another patriotic option, in san francisco. like a flashback to 1776... patrons here - dine under the watchful eyes of our founding fathers. patriot house gastropub is tucked away in san francisco's embarcadero two. between big screen tv's - patriotic paintings hang on the wall. you can order up dishes like - george washington's fish stew. fish and chips. fried chicken sandwich. a lighter salad or this hearty
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pot roast. after a healthy amount of patriot pot roast you're going to want to wash it down with grant's elixer, as in ulysses s... and this cocktail named for a more obscure former president. yeah, taft. the president? all that. so who's behind this restaurant with a patriotic theme? why the four browne sisters - from ireland. leona, danielle, marissa and natalie. it's a family operation - including neices and nephews. and julie. q: she's not named after a president. no! ha ha. she will be the first woman president. in san francisco, vicki liviakis, (lydia)(lydia) (lydia) if you have a restaurant, cafe or bar that you would
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like to see featured on 'dine and dish'... you can send an email to dine and dish at kron 4 dot com .... or fill out the submission form on our website. you can also check out our 'dine and dish' facebook (lydia) coming up on the kron4 morning news ... mother nature is kicking off hurricane season early. we'll bring you the latest on sub-tropical storm alberto. (lydia) live look outside... at the san francisco international airport. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá) áá)
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(robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. (dave)a warming trend will
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continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday. (lydia)
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reporting. i'm john lorinc ends.the flooding rebuild once want to rebuild once the flooding ends.i'm john lorinc reporting. reporting.
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saturday. (lydia) (lydia) (lydia) happening now...
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subtropical storm alberto is churning in the gulf of mexico -- it's gaining strength. and is expected to be a fully-tropical storm this morning. david daniel has more as the storm heads toward land. memorial day weekend spent filling sandbags and preparing for floods...communities along the gulf coast are gearing up for the impact of alberto. katressa wilson / sarasota resident: "i'm just preparing just in case -- i'm a first time homeowner so i'm not sure what to expect..."it's the first named storm of the year -- days before the 2018 hurricane season officially begins.three states have already declared a state of emergency.mississippi, alabama, and florida are ready to take action if and when the storm makes landfall.gov. rick scott / -r- florida: "hopefully we won't have landfall in this state, but
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get ready. we live in a penninsula state the nice thing is, i think people are getting prepared and we've got to continue to do that everyday."alberto is on track to slam the florida panhandle late sunday or early monday. heavy rain is expected throughout the gulf coast and southeast.officials are already taking steps to mitigate the impact of flooding.john m. course / director, broward county-water management: "before the storm like in the period we are in right now, we let water out of the system to allow more room from the runoff from the storm to come in."as the storm strengthens over warm waters in the gulf of mexico, officials are warning residents and memorial day vacationers of the potentially dangerous conditions.dave greenwood / escambia county water safety chief: "you have to use caution because nature can sometimes be dangerous and if you're not familiar with it, your very, very happy holiday can all of a sudden go from extreme joy to extreme sadness"i'm david daniel reporting. (lydia) a baltimore community is ravaged with flash floods. a state of emergency was declared sunday for ellicott city. and the national weather service says more rain is expected. john lorinc reports. a deluge of brown water devours ellicott city,
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maryland.... overtaking vehicles like they were toy cars, and destroying the area. kali harris/ellicott city resident"there were trees sticking out everywhere and cars standing up straight, wholly upright, everywhere. buildings wiped out, windows gone, inventory from the stores everywhere. it's all wiped out."ellicott city is about twelve miles west of baltimore, in the valley of the patapsco pah-tap-sko river. on sunday the river rose nearly 18-feet within two hours...reaching a record high of just over 24-feet.mos/no name given"i actually know a lot of people that work down here and a lot of them were trapped on, like, the second and third story floors, because they couldn't get out." local officials say this situation rivals a 20-16 flooding that killed two people and left the area severely damaged.gov. larry hogan/r-maryland "it's just devastating because people have their lives tied up in this and went through a heck of a lot and came back and now they're starting all over again and it's pretty devastating."rescue crews are on the scene and residents of
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the downtown area were urged to evacuate.howard county executive allan kittleman says.... resources will be available for people who want to rebuild once the flooding ends.i'm john lorinc reporting. (lydia) former president george h-w bush is back in the hospital. a spokesperson says the 93-year old was taken to a maine facility after experiencing 'low blood pressure and fatigue.' he's expected to stay there for a few days for observation. the hospital stay comes a day after visiting with military veterans. last month, bush was hospitalized for an infection the day after a funeral was held for his wife, barbara bush. (lydia) the indiana science teacher credited with disarming a school shooter is now out of the hospital. 29-year-old jason seaman was shot three times while tackling and stopping the shooter friday. two others were wounded in the shooting. one female student is in critical condition. another student fractured his ankle. the suspected
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gunman, also a student, is in custody. the shooting comes a week after 10 people were killed at a school in santa fe, texas. there have been 23 school shootings so far this year (lydia)coming up after the break... students get a field trip they'll never forget. how its meant to inspire them to set their own goals. (lydia) and here's a live look outside...from the sutro cam.the sutro cam. outside...from live look and here's a (lydia) goals. set their own (lydia) an elementary
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school teacher in washington d.c. wanted to inspire his students to go to college some day. so, he took his
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students along to his graduation ceremony. they sat in the audience wearing graduation caps. as a first generation college student, alejandro dias- granados... also known as mr. dias... wanted to share this experience with his class and inspire them to set their own goals. < "many of them haven't been to a college graduation or a high school graduation as well, so an experience like this, i mean, it's more than just a field trip, it's an experience.">(lydia)(lydia) the students got an extra perk for going to the graduation. they went to the national aquarium in baltimore after the ceremony. (lydia) sesame workshop, the company behind "sesame street," is suing the makers of an upcoming puppet comedy geared toward a more mature crowd. actress melissa mccarthy's "the happytime murders" references the popular kids show in its marketing campaign. sesame workshop argues the film's tagline -- "no sesame. all street" "confuses consumers." the lawsuit claims people may think sesame workshop is associated with it. the suit asks that "the happytime
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murders' changes its advertising. "the happytime murders" hits theaters august 17th. (lydia) outsidelands is enforcing a new "clear bag" policy that will require those attending to bring their belongings in -see-through bags. backpacks and tote purses will have to be clear plastic. but small clutch bags and fanny packs between 4 to 5 inches wide do not have to be made of clear plastic. many festivals have adopted the clear bag policy because it reduces time for security checks and enhances safety. (lydia) coming up in the next hour ... police in alameda are investigating a fire that happened at a preschool in newmark. we'll have a live report with the details. (lydia) plus ... two people are dead after a plane crash in petaluma. you'll hear from a witness. (lydia) and with boating season underway officers are making sure boaters are staying safe. we'll have tips from law enforcement. (ácommercialá) i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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going beyond expectations... because our pets deserve it. beyond. natural pet food. ( darya ) good morning i'm good morning i'm darya folsom..( james ) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow
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weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday. ( james ) here's a look at the bay here's a here's a look at the bay bridge.
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( james ) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( james ) here's a look at the golden gate bridge... ( james ) here's a live look outside at the richmond ( james ) this year marks the 150th anniversary of the presidio's participation in the city's annual memorial day observance. ( darya ) kron 4's terisa estacio is in san francisco with what you can expect at todays events. terisa? ? the ceremony gets underway in a few hours here is a look at last year's tribute to those american soliders that died in military service. (take vo) usually a large crowd shows up to honor those
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buried here and in general stop to honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. memorial day was original called declaration day. it became a federal holiday after the civil war to honor the union and confederate dead. the flag raising ceremony starts at 9:30 herea t the presidio. dignitaries are expected including lt. governor gavin newsom. newsom is running fo rgovernor, we should mention. i know many who come out here every year to take part in this ceremony they say it is special to take time out and pay tribute to those who served and died for america. back to you. back to you. america. back to you. thanks terisa. we will check back with you
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through out the morning. ( james ) memorial day celebrations are happening across the bay area... to honor those who died while serving our country. this is video taken from the u-s-s hornet museum in alameda. more than 100 people boarded the navy's historic world war 2 vessel last year. today's ceremony will include the casting of a wreath into the bay. ( james ) and in san bruno... the memorial day observance at golden gate national cemetery is happening at 10:30. over the weekend... thousands attended a flag ceremony at the cemetery. boy and girl scout troops decorated the graves of fallen soliders. more than 110-thousand people are buried at the golden gate national cemetery. ( darya ) two people are dead after a small plane crashes in petaluma. the plane came down by the airport shortly after four p-m. petaluma police say the plane came down on east washington street near old adobe road while trying to land at the
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airport. investigators say the pilot attempted to return back to the airport after take off. witnesses described hearing unusual noises and seeing the plane fly low. ( darya ) investigators say there was no fire or any hazardous materials that spilled from the crash. ( darya ) firefighters in alameda are investigating a suspicious fire that happened at a preschool center in newark. the fire happened saturday afternoon at the safari kid preschool. the center was closed because it was the weekend. multiple rooms sustained fire and water damage but no one was injuried. ( james ) this memorial day can turn deadly when people drink or use drugs... and then drive. c-h-p officers in marin county have arrested 4 people for a d-u-i since friday night's maximum
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enforcement period started. one of the people arrested -- a woman who was swerving on highway 101 near novato. she had 2 kids in the car with her... an 18-day old baby and an 8 year old child. along with d-u-i... she was also charged with 2 felony counts of child endangerment. the maximum enforcement period ends tonight at midnight. ( james ) the oakland police department is out with a warning. they tweeted these photos... after towing multiple cars for taking part in a sideshow. police say sideshow units are out in full force. ( james ) officers hit the water for this season's delta blitz... making sure boaters were following the law and staying safe. law enforcement boats from multiple agencies were out in full force for memorial day weekend in discovery bay. boaters were pulled over for not having their registration... not having enough life jackets onboard... and for speeding through no wake zones. officers told us they trying to keep the waters safe for everyone.
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waterways you understand the laws that govern boating and you operate safely so that everybody can enjoy it and people dont get hurt.>( james ) this is the first year boaters under the age of 20 are required to have a california boater's card to operate a boat. ( darya ) police are investigating a stabbing that happened in dolores park. they say it started with calls of a fight. the victim was taken to the hospital... but will be okay. police tell us several people have been detained. ( darya ) in sonoma county... a man is behind bars for having a concealed firearm. officers arrested joel barrera at the petaluma wetlands preservation park. a witness called police... saying barrera was unconscious in a parked car. officers say barrera appeared to be drunk. they then found a semi-automatic glock handgun... along with a loaded magazine. barrera was also charged with d-u-i. ( darya ) starting
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today... fremont police will begin two-week targeted parking enforcement throughout the city. the department will focus on expired registration tags... cars blocking fire hydrants... or parking in a no stopping zone. fines will start at 63 dollars but can go up to 3- hundred dollars for the third violation. ( james ) happening today... the possible redevelopment of the alameda marina will be the topic of discussion at a city meeting. the alameda planning board will consider turning the area into a modern dockyard. the project will include over 7-hundred housing units...commercial space... and upgraded piers. officials say they are hoping to repair the marina into a working waterfront that can accommodate boaters. ( james ) in the east bay... a drop-off box will be available for voters in downtown berkeley. the box is in front of the martin luther king junior civic center buiding... about a block away from the downtown berkeley bart station. voters have to submit their ballots to the drop-off by election day, june 5th. ( james ) a reminder a reminder for bart riders...
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trains will ánot run between the pleasant hill and concord bart stations today. crews are doing maintenance work on the tracks. bart will run free buses between the two stations... with 20-minute delays expected for passengers. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... puppies suffering from horrific abuse are found in the garbage in the east bay. ( darya ) plus... a teacher who stopped a school shooter is now home from the hospital. ( darya ) and after the break... streets turn to rivers in maryland... swiping cars off the road. and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
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and a state of emergency and a state of emergency is declared in ellicott city... near baltimore. right now... the city is under brown water. a nearby river rose nearly 18-feet within 2 hours... reaching a record high of just over 24-feet. first responders and rescue crews are going through the muddied, damaged downtown... doing safety checks and ensuring people evacuated. officials say this situation rivals a 20-16 flood that killed 2 people and left the area severely damaged. ( james )( james )( darya ) welcome back to the kron
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4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. (dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling
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will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday.
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( darya ) in the east bay... a heartbreaking find in oakland. two german shepherd puppies were found in trash - neglected and injured.( james ) one dog's foot had been cut off... and the other's jaw was broken. kron 4's gayle ong has the story. gayle ong: "i'm here at rocket dog rescue in oakland. where the owner is fostering the 4 month german shepherd puppies who are sisters. she says she gets calls about abandoned animals quite often but this is the worst she's ever heard. someone
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found the puppies in a pile of trash under a freeway in oakland and immediately called pali boucher (paylee boo- shay), owner of rocket dog rescuethe 4 month old shepherd sisters were taken to the vet and are being treated for infections and other health issuesit's also unknown if this was abuse or unintentional..photos show the conditions they were found in..under a freeway at 89th avenue and g streetit's been less than 24 hours since they've been rescued..this puppy named friggs is getting her first bath should make a full recovery - her sister freya, not so lucky, she suffered a broken jawgayle ong: "friggs is back at the rescue center waiting to be adopted.as for her sister freya, she is still fighting for her life at the vet -- which costs thousands of dollars.if you would like to help in any way, contact rocket dog rescue. in oakland, gayle ong kron 4 news. news.
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( darya ) new this morning... a major tobacco company is pumping millions of dollars into a campaign to get voters to áreject a ban on selling flavored tobacco. it includes menthol cigarettes and vaping liquids with flavors like cotton candy and mango. "r-j reynolds" has contributed nearly 12-million to the "no on proposition e" campaign. supporters of the prop have raised nearly 3- million dollars.... most of that coming from former new york city mayor michael bloomberg.
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( darya ) outside lands is enforcing a new "clear bag" policy... that includes backpacks and totes. but small clutches and fanny packs do ánot have to be see-thru. outside lands organizers say many festivals have adopted the clear bag policy because it reduces time for security checks and enhances safety. the festival starts august the festival starts august 10th in golden gate park. ( james ) lava now covers more than 23-acres of land on hawaii's big island. lava has also entered the property
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of a geo-thermal power plant on the big island. but officials had already moved 50- thousand gallons of potentially toxic gas offsite. offsite. meanwhile... a crater is producing small bursts of lava and volcanic ash. ( james ) the kilauea volcano has been erupting for three weeks. it's weeks. it's destroyed 82 buildings... including 37 homes. ( james ) former president george h-w bush is back in the hospital. a spokesperson says the 93-year old was experiencing "low blood pressure and fatigue." he's expected to stay the hospital for a few days for observation. the former president's hospital stay comes a day after visiting with military veterans.
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mister bush stopped by an american legion pancake- breakfast saturday in maine. last month... mister bush was hospitalized for an infection the day after a funeral was held for his wife, barbara bush. ( darya ) the indiana science teacher who stopped a school shooter is now out of the hospital. jason seaman was shot three times -- in the stomach, hip and forearm. seaman tackled the shooter. two students were hurt in friday's shooting at noblesville west middle school. a female student is in critical condition. another student broke his ankle. the gunman who is also a student is in custody. president trump praised seaman's actions... calling him a hero. ( darya ) happening tomorrow... starbucks will be closed. the company will close more than 8- thousand stores for racial sensitivity training. two black men were arrested at a philadelphia starbucks last month... while waiting for a friend. the story sparked
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national outrage and starbucks' c-e-o apologized to the men in person. starbucks now has a new policy that allows anyone to sit in its cafes or use its restrooms... even if they don't buy anything. ( james ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... you can stop feeling guilty about sleeping in. the benefits of staying in bed. ( james ) and after the break... a man risks his own life... to save a child dangling from a balcony... and it's captured on video. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge. (vo) dogs have evolved,
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continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest ( james ) a young man in france is being praised for saving a child... who was dangling from a balcony.
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video shows the man video shows the man scaling four floors... pulling himself up from balcony to balcony... until he makes it to the four-year-old and pulls him to safety from midair. french president emmanuel macron has invited him to the palace... to thank him personally. ( darya ) don't feel guilty about sleeping in late on weekends. getting more z's on saturday and sunday morning may extend your life.( james ) researchers based their findings on nearly 44-
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thousand people in sweden over a 13-year period. they say when people who get less sleep during the week slept in on weekends... their mortality rate was the same as those who got seven-hours per night.( darya ) there's no clear-cut answer yet on why sleeping on weekends makes a difference. ( will ) it is game 7 of the western conference finals between the warriors and the houston rockets. i'm live with the details.
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( james )( darya ) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday.
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( james ) here's a look at the bay bridge. ( james ) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( james ) here's a look at the golden gate bridge... ( james ) here's a live look outside at the richmond bridge. ( darya ) happening tonight... it is game 7 of the western conference
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finals between the warriors and trhe houston rockets.( james ) the winner will get to take on the cleveland cavaliers in the n-b-a finals. kron 4's will tran is kron 4's will tran is live in oakland as fans are gearing up for the winner take all matchup. ( will ) happening tonoght... it is win or go
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home for the golden state warriors. it is game 7 of the western conference finals and the winner gets to take on the cleveland cavaliers for the n-b-a championship. the warriors left for houston yesterday. this is video of them getting on the plane in oakland. the warriors blew out the rockets is game 6 on saturday night after falling behind byt 17 in the 1st quarter... the splash brothers came roaring back. they combined for 64 points. going into game 7... the warriors say they are looking forward to game 7.
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( james ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) in the south bay... an argument at a bar led to a man hitting two people with his car...trapping a woman underneath it. it happened saturday morning at the sports page bar and grill in mountain view. police say a man got into an argument with a man and woman while inside the bar. the pair was leaving... and the other man got into his car and ran them over. witnesses flipped the car on its side to save the woman who was trapped underneath. all three people involved were hospitalized... however, there is no word on their current conditions. ( darya ) a ( darya )
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a waterslide -- that injured a 10-year old boy in dublin -- is open once again. operators of the "wave waterpark" say they're confident that this time around... the slide is safe for children. last year... a 10 year old boy was violently flung off the slide known as the emerald plunge. the child suffered scrapes and bruises... that slide and another called 'the dublin screamer' were both shut down. the parents of the boy who was injured settled a lawsuit with the makers of the waterslide for an undisclosed amount. ( james ) san francisco firefighters rescued two ship repair workers. the fire department tweeted out these photos. officials say the two men were hurt onboard a ship at pier 80 yesterday afternoon. the workers will be okay. ( james ) in the east bay ... a popular restaurant is closing it's doors this summer.
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"salute e vita" in richmond's marina bay will be closing on july sixth. the owner says she is closing the restaurant because of a landlord-tenant dispute. the immigrant turned business owner says she will be offering free meals on july fifth and sixth in exchange for donations to help her 40 employees who are losing their jobs. ( darya ) dancing, music, and extravagent costumes... the 40th annual carnaval parade in the mission district brought in thousands of people to the streets of san francisco. every year crowds fill 24th street for the annual celebration of cultures around the world. people showed off their restored classic cars... and danced through the streets. people attending the parade say the celebration is all about diversity.
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just love it">( darya ) serval elementary schools joined in on the fun this year and performed for the crowd. ( james ) today communities across the country will celebrate memorial day and honor the men and women who have died fighting for our country.( darya ) karin caifa is in arlington, virginia, with the latest on today's tributes in and around the nation's capital. memorial day is off to a gray and cool start here in the nation's capital where events have been taking place throughout the weekend. the memorials and the monuments here in washington, they are a particularly poignant sight to see, on this weekend, on this day when we rememeber those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.the name has changed over time. the sentiment, has not.ami neiberger-miller / memorial day flowers foundation: it's a day to pay tribute and honor our loved ones who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country. memorial day was once decoration day - springtime tributes to civil war dead, by laying flowers on their graves. at arlington national cemetery yesterday, volunteers for the
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memorial day flowers foundation did the same. spokeswoman ami neiberger- miller, whose brother was killed in combat in iraq, says small gestures can mean a lot, today.ami neiberger-miller / memorial day flowers foundation: to know that someone's coming with a flower who just wants to honor your loved one, and that's a very sweet and genuine and human gesture that's really appreciated. the flowers, joining american flags placed by soldiers at arlington, in the tradition known as "flags in."washington's war memorials, taking on even greater meaning this weekend. visitors to the marine corps war memorial will now find recent campaigns, reflected here.aaron larocca / national park service park ranger: every campaign that the marines have participated in since the founding of the marines, are represented on the memorial. and in september of 2017 the national park service, with our partners the u.s. marine corps, who help us manage this memorial, unveiled iraq and afghanistan.no sacrifice to be forgotten this long weekend, whether remembered with the roar of rolling thunder's motorcycles or in quiet reflection.the marine corps war memorial here
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is just outside the fence of arlington national cemetery where a full program of events will take place later on this morning. that is expected to include a wreath laying and remarks by president trump.in arlington, virginia, i'm karin caifa. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... shocking video of an officer punching a woman in the face. the circumstances surrounding the incident when we come back. ( james ) plus... the first named storm of the season.. just hours away from its expected landfall in the united states. and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
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california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday. ( james ) shocking video of a woman being punched by a police officer at a new jersey beach. officials say she was intoxicated and acting violent... witnesses say the officers were acting to harshly. reporter joe holden has the story... nat sounda scuffle between a 20-year-woman and police exploded on the wildwood beach saturday afternoon.video of an officer throwing punches was
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captured by alexis hewitt. alexis hewitt/eyewitness"the next thing we know we hear all this commotion and yelling. i woke up and realized there were officers and everybody running around so i immediately grabbed my phone, it was when i started recording."emily weinman says officers approached her asking about underage drinking she wrote a lengthy facebook post about her side of the story. she admitted having an unopened bottle of alcohol.the situation apparently devolved. weinman says she refused to identify herself.tensions now up, police, through a news release, say weinman spit on an officer and kicked another in the groin.julia cortez and hewitt had been napping when all of the sudden....julia cortez/eyewitness "we saw her getting hit kinda like, we just saw it all happen firsthand, and people around us were running around and then we saw the other cop come in and try to push us all back."the city confirms the two officers have been placed on administrative duty while they investigate.but it's emily weinman who's in serious trouble facing three charges of aggravated assault of an officer.in a phone interview, the mayor said weinman was drunk.nat sound of q-and-a"is that the girl?""yeah, oh my god."this man heard about the altercation, but hadn't seen
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the video until we showed him. nat sound of q-and-a"give me your gut reaction.""well, it's a little excessive, i think." ( james ) that was joe holden reporting from new jersey... the chief of police says he was alarmed by the video.. but will not be rushing to judgement. ( james ) coming up after the break... a good day for east bay baseball fans. the a's pull out a win... while the giants leave chicago with a loss. with a loss. (ácommercialá) enamel is the strong, white, with a loss. (ácommercialá) outer layer of your tooth surface. the thing that's really important to dentists is to make sure that that enamel stays strong and resilient for a lifetime the more that we can strengthen and re-harden that tooth surface, the whiter their patients' teeth are going to be. dentists are going to really want to recommend pronamel strong and bright. it helps to strengthen and re-harden the enamel.
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back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. (dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected
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friday into saturday. ( darya ) the first named storm of the season is expected to make landfall over florida, alabama and ( darya ) the first named
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storm of the season is expected to make landfall over florida, alabama and mississippi.( james ) all three are under a state of emergency as they prepare for alberto. natasha chen has the details. just days before the official start of hurricane season, subtropical storm alberto churns its way towards the florida panhandlegov. rick scott/ -r- florida: "whether this is the storm that impacts your family or there's another one ... it looks like according to the national hurricane center, we're going to have an active hurricane season"memorial day is usually a busy one for the beaches along the gulf coast, with families looking to kick off their summer vacations.but alberto is putting a damper on that.with heavy rains, strong wind gusts and possible storm surgesofficials are urging people to stay off the beach. dave greenwood / escambia county water safety chief: "you have to use caution because nature can sometimes be dangerous and if you're not familiar with it, your very, very happy holiday can all of
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a sudden go from extreme joy to extreme sadness"and businesses along the water are boarding up...bert meyers/ owner, blind pass boat and jet ski rentals: "what's it worth trying to risk people going out on the water? to make 20 thousand dollars, 30 thousand dollars isn't worth it, in my opinion. no, i wouldn't take that risk." ( darya ) bay area baseball... and giants manager brude bochy is getting creative with the starting lineup.( james ) the giants took on the chicago cubs yesterday... and for the first time ever pablo sandoval
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played 2nd base. the giants grabbed an early 3-0 lead... but it was all downhill after that. san francisco lost 8-3. the giants are now in colorado to take on the rockies. the game starts at 4:10. ( james ) the a's were winners yesterday in oakland. they beat the arizona diamondbacks 2-1 for their 2nd straight win. today... the a's take on the tampa bay rays at the coliseum. the game starts at 1:05. ( james ) coming up after the break... "solo" tops the box office... but it's win actually fell short. (ácommercialá) it's time for the semi-annual sale
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"life of the party," starring melissa mccarthy, fell to fifth place with five-point- one million dollars. "book club" spent its sophomore weekend in fourth place, on ticket sales of nine-and- and-a-half million dollars. 16- and-a-half million dollars gave "avengers: infinity war" third place and a domestic total of 622-million. (nat-explosion)after one weekend on top, "deadpool two" fell to second with 42- point-seven million dollars. "captain lando calrissian." "han solo.""looks like you're, uh, having a good day.""solo: a star wars story" opened with 83-point-three million dollars -- easily enough to debut on top, but well below expectations. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( james ) coming up in the next hour ... police are investigating a fire that happened at a preschool in newmark. ( james ) plus ... two people are dead after a plane crash in petaluma... we're hearing from witnesses. ( james ) and with boating season underway officers
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are making sure boaters are staying safe. we'll have tips from law enforcement. (darya) good morning i'm
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fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions ( james ) here's a look at the bay bridge. ( james ) here's a live look at the
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san mateo bridge. ( james ) here's a look at the golden gate bridge... ( james ) here's a live look outside at the richmond bridge. ( james ) this year marks the 150th anniversary of the presidio's participation in the city's annual memorial day observance. ( darya ) kron 4's terisa estacio francisco with what you can expect at todays events. terisa? ( james ) memorial day celebrations are happening across the bay area... to honor those who died while serving our country. this is video taken from the u-s-s hornet museum in alameda. more than 100 people boarded the navy's historic world war 2 vessel last year. today's ceremony will include the casting of a wreath into
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the bay. ( james ) and in san bruno... the memorial day observance at golden gate national cemetery is happening at 10:30. over the weekend... thousands attended a flag ceremony at the cemetery. boy and girl scout troops decorated the graves of fallen soliders. more than 110-thousand people are buried at the golden gate national cemetery. ( darya ) two people are dead after a small plane crashes in petaluma. the plane came down by the airport shortly after the airport shortly after four p-m. petaluma police say the plane came down on east washington street near old adobe road while trying to land at the airport. investigators say the pilot attempted to return back to the airport after take off. witnesses described hearing unusual noises and seeing the plane fly low. ( darya ) investigators say there
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was no fire or any hazardous materials that spilled from the crash. ( darya ) firefighters in alameda are investigating a suspicious fire that happened at a preschool center in newark. the fire happened saturday afternoon at the safari kid preschool. the center was closed because it was the weekend. multiple rooms sustained fire and water damage but no one was injuried. ( james ) this memorial day can turn deadly when people drink or use drugs... and then drive. c-h-p officers in marin county have arrested 4 people for a d-u-i since friday night's maximum enforcement period started. one of the people arrested -- a woman who was swerving on highway 101 near novato. she had 2 kids in the car with her... an 18-day old baby and an 8 year old child. along with d-u-i... she was also charged with 2 felony counts of child endangerment. the maximum enforcement period ends tonight at midnight. ( james ) the oakland police department is out with a warning. they tweeted these photos... after towing
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multiple cars for taking part in a sideshow. police say sideshow units are out in full force. ( james ) this year marks the 150th anniversary of the presidio's participation in the city's annual memorial day observance. ( darya ) kron 4's terisa estacio is in san francisco with what you can todays events. terisa? the ceremony gets underway in a few hours you can see behind me the flags already set up here at the san francisco national cemetary in the presidio. this year marks the 150th anniversary of the annual ceremony. it pays tribute to the one million people americans killed while serving the us armed forces. here is a look at last year's tribute to those american soliders that died in military service. usually a large crowd shows up to honor those buried here and in general stop to honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. memorial day was original called
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declaration day. it became a federal holiday after the civil war to honor the union and confederate dead.here's what to expect here today the flag raising ceremony starts at 9:30. that is followed by the grand march - which is a community event with veterans, families and military dignitaries. lt. governor gavin newsom plans to attend the ceremony today. then at noon, there is a community picnic on the main parade ground. (estacio on cam) besides the ceremony here in the presidio at the officers club -there is a museum. today between 12- 12:30 rangers will offer tours of the national cemetary. there is an interfaith prayer later in the day. and all day, it is a blue star museum day at the walt disney museum which is here active and tretired military and their spouse or children are free of charge with military id. we put a link on kron four dot com so you can take a look if you want to learn the activities here in the in sf, te ( james )( james ) officers hit the water for this season's delta blitz... making sure boaters were following the law and staying safe. law enforcement
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boats from multiple agencies were out in full force for memorial day weekend in discovery bay. boaters were pulled over for not having their registration... not having enough life jackets onboard... and for speeding through no wake zones. officers told us they trying to keep the waters safe for everyone.
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joel barrera at the petaluma wetlands preservation park. a witness called police... saying barrera was unconscious in a parked car. officers say barrera appeared to be drunk. they then found a semi-automatic glock handgun... along with a loaded magazine. barrera was also charged with d-u-i. ( darya ) starting today... fremont police will begin two-week targeted parking enforcement throughout the city. the department will focus on expired registration tags... cars blocking fire hydrants... or parking in a no stopping zone. fines will start at 63 dollars but can go up to 3- hundred dollars for the third violation. ( james ) happening today... the possible redevelopment of the alameda marina will be the topic of discussion at a city meeting. the alameda planning board will consider turning the area into a modern dockyard. the project will include over 7-hundred housing units...commercial space... and upgraded piers. officials say they are hoping to repair the marina into a
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working waterfront that can accommodate boaters. ( james ) in the east bay... a drop-off box will be available for voters in downtown berkeley. the box is in front of the martin luther king junior civic center buiding... about a block away from the downtown berkeley bart station. voters have to submit their ballots to the drop-off by election day, june 5th. ( james ) a reminder for bart riders... trains will ánot run between the pleasant hill and concord bart stations today. crews are doing maintenance work on the tracks. bart will run free buses between the two stations... with 20-minute delays expected for passengers. ( darya ) happening tonight... it is game 7 of the western conference finals between the warriors and trhe houston rockets.( james ) the winner will get to take on the cleveland cavaliers in the n-b-a finals.
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kron 4's will tran is live in oakland as fans are gearing up for the winner take all matchup. ( will ) happening tonoght... it is win or go home for the golden state warriors. it is game 7 of the western conference finals and the winner gets to take on the cleveland cavaliers for the n-b-a championship. the warriors left for houston yesterday. this is video of them getting on the plane in oakland. the warriors blew out the rockets is game 6 on saturday night after falling behind byt 17 in the 1st quarter... the splash brothers came roaring back. they combined for 64 points. going into game 7... the
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warriors say they are looking forward to game 7.
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( james ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( darya ) still ahead on
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the kron4 morning news ... hear from a woman who was pricked by a needle on bart ... and now has to endure more than a year of testing and medications. ( darya ) plus ... puppies suffering from horrific abuse are found in the garbage in the east bay. ( darya ) and after the break... streets turn to rivers in maryland... swiping cars off the road. and i am tracking your bay area forecast. maybe you could save energy by weaving your own shoes... out of flax. or simply adjust your thermostat. do your thing, with energy upgrade california.
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expected in maryland... and a state of emergency is declared in ellicott city... near baltimore. right now... the city is under brown water. a nearby river rose nearly 18-feet within 2 hours... reaching a record high of just over 24- feet. first responders and rescue crews are going through the muddied, damaged downtown... doing safety checks and ensuring people evacuated. officials say
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this situation rivals a 20-16 flood that killed 2 people and left the area severely damaged. (darya)(james) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic this morning. (dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions
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will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday. ( darya ) a warning for people
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riding bart ... after a woman says she was pricked by a needle while taking a seat. now she is demanding answers. kron 4's dan kerman has the story. thursday morning linda quan headed to the dublin bart station and boarded a san francisco bound train for work 30 minutes into the ride the san ramon mother of two felt something pierce her behind.sot linda quan/bart passenger stuck with needle 11-20when i felt that i got up and looked at what was poking me and i felt it and didn't know what it was and realized it was s syringe tip.this is the broken tip of the hypodermic needle quan sat on. when she looked under the seat she found even more drug
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paraphenalia now she wonders why bart isn't doing more to prevent this from happening.sot it's peoples live and people safety and one puncture like that could change the rest of my life if i am infected.sot chris filippi/bart spokesperson 46-56anecdotally police say they have reports similar to this once or twice a month as far as we are concerned that is once or twice a month too many this is a serious and this is something bart needs to address and is addressing with the resources that we havebart says they've hired more police officers, they're redploying train cleaners so bart cars get cleaned more often and are working with police to address the homeless issue sotthey are not doing enough of this would not have happened.after reporting the incident to the train operator and to bart police quan was tested for hiv and hepatitis. now she's on a month supply of drugs to prevent contracting hiv, she's getting the hepatitis vaccine, and she must get her blood tested every 3 months for the next year and half just in case she was infected with something from that needlesot i'm really worried, i worried all day today and yesterday and i will probably be worried for the next 18 months 141/18 months
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( james ) a heartbreaking find in oakland. two german shepherd puppies were found in a pile of trash - neglected and injured. the 4-month-old shepherd sisters were found over the weekend under a freeway at 89th avenue and g street. they have been taken in by rocket dog rescue ... and are being treated at the vet. one dog's foot had been cut off... and the other's jaw was broken ... and she is fighting for her life. < she hasn't been able to eat or drink anybody because she's skin and bones. you can tell she's in shock, she's in pain." "this case left me shaken, it was terrible. horrific actually.">( james )( james )
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the other dog is expected to make a full recovery ... and is waiting to be adopted. if you would like to help in any way, contact rocket dog rescue. ( darya ) new this morning... a major tobacco company is pumping millions of dollars into a campaign to get voters to áreject a ban on selling flavored tobacco. it includes menthol cigarettes and vaping liquids with flavors like cotton candy and mango. "r-j reynolds" has contributed nearly 12-million to the "no on proposition e" campaign. supporters of the prop have raised nearly 3- million dollars.... most of that coming from former new york city mayor michael bloomberg. ( darya ) outside lands is enforcing a new "clear bag" policy... that includes backpacks and totes. but small clutches and fanny packs do ánot have to be see-thru. outside lands organizers say
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many festivals have adopted the clear bag policy because it reduces time for security checks and enhances safety. the festival starts august 10th in golden gate park. ( james ) lava now covers more than 23-acres of land on hawaii's big island. lava has also entered the property of a geo- thermal power plant on the big island. but officials had already moved 50-thousand gallons of potentially toxic gas offsite. meanwhile... a crater is producing small bursts of lava and volcanic ash. ( james ) the kilauea volcano has been erupting for three weeks. it's
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destroyed 82 buildings... including 37 homes. ( darya ) happening tomorrow... starbucks will be closed. the company will close more than 8- thousand stores for racial sensitivity training. two black men were arrested at a philadelphia starbucks last month... while waiting for a friend. the story sparked national outrage and starbucks' c-e-o apologized to the men in person. starbucks now has a new policy that allows anyone to sit in its cafes or use its restrooms... even if they don't buy anything. ( darya ) coming up ... a video game prompts outrage from parents in the wake of mass shootings. ( darya ) and after the break... a man risks his own life... to save a child dangling from a balcony... and it's captured on video. and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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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. outside... san mateo bridge.
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(áábreakáá) (dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. ( darya )(ááá2 shotááá) a video game depicting "active shooter" situations in school environments ... is getting backlash from parents across the country.( james )
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active shooter is set to be available for download next month on steam , a digital distribution platform for video games. one outraged mother wants the game off mother wants outraged mother wants the game off the market ... and has created a petition on change.org that already has more than a thousand signatures.( darya ) the creator of the game has since addressed the negative backlash, saying he may remove the ability for users to play as the active shooter. instead focusing the game around law enforcement.unless the steam decides to pull the game from its library ... its up to parents to watch what their kids play. ( james ) a young man in france is
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being praised for saving a child... who was dangling from a balcony. video shows the man scaling four floors... pulling himself up from balcony to balcony... until he makes it to the four-year-old and pulls him to safety from midair. french president emmanuel macron has invited him to the palace... to thank him personally. ( james ) coming up next... dancing, music, and extravagent costumes.. we'll have a recap of the 40th annual recap of the 40th annual carnaval parade.
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(james)(darya) lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... (dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling
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expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. ( james ) here's a look at the bay bridge. ( james ) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( james ) here's a look at the golden gate bridge... ( james ) here's a live look outside at the richmond bridge. ( darya )(ááá2 shotááá) in the east bay this morning ... homeless people living out of their cars in berkeley ... are protesting an eviction notice by the city.( james ) kron
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4's lydia pantazas is live at the berkeley marina with more. lydia? (lydia)the city of berkeley has posted a warning that if those living in their vehicles in the marina do not move them by this morning, monday, may 28, they will be towed, fined and impounded. most of those living in vehicles down at the marina have been evicted from their housing in berkeley or surrounding cities and/or from long-standing, organized homeless encampments such as the albany bulb. today at 5:00 a.m. berkeley vehicular residents at the marina will be joined by allies as they fight the city of berkeley's violation of their rights. they are demanding that the
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city of berkeley: ( james ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) in the south bay... an argument at a bar led to a man hitting two people with his car...trapping a woman underneath it. it happened saturday morning at
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the sports page bar and grill in mountain view. police say a man got into an argument with a man and woman while inside the bar. the pair was leaving... and the other man got into his car and ran them over. witnesses flipped the car on its side to save the woman who was trapped underneath. all three people involved were hospitalized... however, there is no word on their current conditions. ( darya ) a waterslide -- that injured a 10-year old boy in dublin -- is open once again. operators of the "wave waterpark" say they're confident that this time around... the slide is safe for children. last year... a 10 year old boy was violently flung off the slide known as the emerald plunge. the child suffered scrapes and bruises... that slide and another called 'the dublin screamer' were both shut down. the parents of the boy who was injured settled a lawsuit with the makers of the waterslide for an undisclosed amount. ( james ) san francisco
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firefighters rescued two ship repair workers. the fire department tweeted out these photos. officials say the two men were hurt onboard a ship at pier 80 yesterday afternoon. the workers will be okay. ( james ) in the east bay ... a popular restaurant is closing it's doors this summer. "salute e vita" in richmond's marina bay will be closing on july sixth. the owner says she is closing the restaurant because of a landlord-tenant dispute. the immigrant turned business owner says she will be offering free meals on july fifth and sixth in exchange for donations to help her 40 employees who are losing their jobs. ( darya )(ááá2 shotááá) san francisco celebrated the 40th year of the carnaval parade in the mission district over the weekend.( james )
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kron4's sara stinson marched along the route and brings us the sights and sounds of the parade. reporter intro: ("fancy cars, loud music, and dancing is what you can expect at the 40th annual carnaval and parade. people i spoke with say it's more about showing off just how diverse san francisco is.")("carnaval really shows the mission as it is, the folks who live here, the community and i'm just here because i love it!)for the last 31 years - the aztec group xiuhoatl danza has been blessing the parade before it begins. ("we're asking for blessings so it will be a peaceful event so that there is no problems, no violence. that's why we do this every year. it's a prayer in motion, not just dancing.")ánatsá revving their engines - the first to kick off the parade was hundreds people driving old fashioned tricked out cars. catching the eyes of people of all ages.("that car is clean!)natsevery year thousands of people fill 24th street for the carnaval and parade to celebrate latin american and caribbean roots in the city. ("there is the dancers, there is the costumes, the music, and then there is ceremony.")some groups have been in the parade since they were little. ("and now i'm back walking with the mission neighborhood float with flags representing different places.")while
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others joined in for the first time from out of the city. ("it's a great opportunity to represent stockton and to represent the phillippines and to represent the migitnow tribe.")several elementary schools entered a float and performed dances.as each float went by you could see flags from almost every country in the world. natsand music blaring from every culture. ("just seeing the different cultures like the aztec dancing and then it's about being with my friends and family representing where we are from.")reporter tag: ("after the hours long parade on 24th street, the fun continued with 5 different stages of music on harrison street. in san francisco, sara stinson, kron 4 news.")
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( james ) coming up on dine and dish ... we'll show you one place in san francisco ... where you can show your patriotism for memorial day. ( james ) plus ... check your pantry. details about the major food recall involving spam. and i am tracking your bay area forecast. (ácommercialá) my name is tony thurmond. education isn't the goal, - it's the gateway. hold the key... to every child's opportunity. we reject trump's attacks on our public schools. and invest in the teachers dreamers. modernize our curriculum and empower educators to teach beyond the test because creativity and critical thinking are as important as facts and figures. i'm tony thurmond the work starts now. state superintendent.
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♪ ice cream inspired iced coffee is here at dunkin' in the flavors you love, cookie dough, pistachio and butter pecan. and now, enjoy any medium iced coffee for $1.50. america runs on dunkin'. (dave)a warming trend will
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continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday. ( james ) hormel foods is recalling more than 228- thousand pounds of canned pork
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and chicken products ... because they may be contaminated with pieces of metal. the recall affects 12 ounce metal cans of hormel "spam classic" ... and 12-ounce metal cans of "hormel foods black label luncheon loaf".both have a february 20-21 best-by date. anyone with the affected products are asked to either throw them out or bring them back to where they were bought. ( james ) coming up next ... the first named storm of the season.. just hours away from its expected landfall in the united states.
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just hours from now the first named storm of the season is expected to make landfall over florida, alabama and mississippi. all three are under a state of emergency as they prepare for alberto. memorial day is usually a busy one for the beaches along the gulf coast, but alberto is putting a damper on that .... with heavy rains, strong wind gusts and possible storm surges officials there are urging people to stay off the beach. (james) (darya) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic...
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(dave) a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday.
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( james ) memorial day is today and for many ... that means b-b-q's, picnics and parades. this morning on dine and dish - kron four's vikki liviakis shows you another patriotic option, in san francisco. like a flashback to 1776... patrons here - dine under the watchful eyes of our founding fathers. patriot house gastropub is tucked away in san francisco's embarcadero two. between big screen tv's - patriotic paintings hang on the wall. you can order up dishes like - george washington's fish stew. fish and chips. fried chicken sandwich. a lighter salad or this hearty
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pot roast. after a healthy amount of patriot pot roast you're going to want to wash it down with grant's elixer, as in ulysses s... and this cocktail named for a more obscure former president. yeah, taft. the president? all that. so who's behind this restaurant with a patriotic theme? why the four browne sisters - from ireland. leona, danielle, marissa and natalie. it's a family operation - including neices and nephews. and julie. q: she's not named after a president. no! ha ha. she will be the first woman president. in san francisco, vicki liviakis, vicki liviakis, ( james ) if you have a restaurant, cafe or bar that
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you would like to see featured on 'dine and dish'... you can send an email to dine and dish at kron 4 dot com .... or fill out the submission form on our website. you can also check out our 'dine and dish' facebook ( darya ) bay area baseball... and giants manager brude bochy is getting creative with the starting lineup.( james ) the giants took on the chicago cubs yesterday... and for the first time ever pablo sandoval played 2nd base. the giants grabbed an early 3-0 lead... but it was all downhill after that. san francisco lost 8-3. the giants are now in colorado to take on the rockies. the game starts at 4:10. ( darya ) the a's were winners yesterday in oakland. they beat the arizona diamondbacks 2-1 for their 2nd straight win. today... the a's take on the tampa bay rays at the coliseum. the game
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starts at 1:05. ( james ) a vintage a vintage pair of jeans made in san francisco just sold for nearly 100-thousand dollars. the 125-year-old levi blue jeans sold to a buyer in southeast asia. the jeans were originally purchased in 18-93. the denim was produced in new hampshire and made into a pair of jeans by levi's in san francisco. the price puts the jeans near record territory. a pair of 5-0-1 jeans from the 1880's sold for 60-grand while another pair sold for
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six figures. ( james ) coming up next -- this alligator has no worries about affording a new home in silicon valley. we'll meet the san jose zoo's newest addition. ( james ) we'll be back as the kron 4 morning news continues... and here's a live look outside... embarcadero.
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only marshall tuck will change that. year after year, policians fail to improve public schools. tuck turned around failing schools, raising graduation rates 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. (dave)a warming trend will
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continue today as high pressure builds over california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with
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more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday. ( james ) as the housing crisis worsens in the bay area... there's one san jose resident who has no worries ... bayou the alligator. bayou just got a deluxe new residence at happy hollow park and zoo. he is likely the only san jose resident to have acquired a new residence for $400-thousand dollars. ( darya ) a cat is going viral
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after it found out it was pregnant ...and reacted with a priceless expression... the pictures were taken by the animal shelter in greenland that conducted the ultrasound. the cat quickly went viral after the photos were posted online with the caption: "when you find out you're pregnant" ( darya ) coming up in the next hour ... police are investigating a fire that happened at a preschool in newark. ( darya ) plus ... two people are dead after a plane crash in petaluma... we're hearing from witnesses. ( darya ) and with boating season underway officers are making sure boaters are staying safe. we'll have tips from law enforcement. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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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 say no to the nra and yes to common-sense gun laws. john chiang's father came it'heh little money,r nation. 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.
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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. good (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom.. (james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (dave)a warming trend will continue today as high pressure builds over
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california and onshore flow weakens. coastal cooling will develop on tuesday with more widespread and significant cooling expected by wednesday as a dry upper trough develops over the state. cool conditions will persist into thursday, with modest warming expected friday into saturday. ( james ) here's a look at the bay bridge. ( james ) ( james )

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