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now at eight: the dub nation... feelin it, feeling warm feeling heated ... .we are live at oracle arena, whooshas the bay area celebrates the unofficial start of summer ... east bay park officials hang up no vacancy signs.whoosha pair of very large visitors bid farewell to the bay area ... check out these humpback whales making their way through the golden gate,whoosh and the fbi says russian hackers are targeting home internet routers.we'll tell you about the quick and easy way to protect yourself from dangerous malware. (ken) game 7 of the western conference finals is in it's last minutes right now.
it is 'do or die' for the warriors... if they want a chance to repeat against king james and the cavs in the n-b-a finals.(ken) thanks for joining us. i'm ken wayne. (pam) and i'm pam moore. the warriors will need both k-d and steph to perform .... to pull out a win in houston... since they won't have the support of the hometown fans. but roaracle arena is with the team in spirit.. kron4's ali reid is there live in oakland... where dubs faithful are cheering on the team from afar... this is by far the largest watch party in the bay area ... and fans are on the edge of there seats inside that arena.the warriors may be 2- thousand miles away, but dub nation is holding them down here in oakland tonight.the energy is on high .... it's really a big party happening as we speak.tickets were $20 bucks, and the earlier people go them, the closer they were able to sit to the court.it's an exciting time ... game 7 of
the western conference finals against the houston rockets ... the warriors are playing hard, and so are the rockets. houston has the home court advantage for the do-or-die game.but warriors fans have no doubt in their minds, dubnation will come through ...so they can go up against the cavs in the finals.sot - i'm anxious but i'm ready for this to be over with ...sotsot sot - we are ready and we're gonna win tonight. we got this ... owwwwwwwwwwwit's a pretty close game, and houston has held the lead the entire game. warriors fans have no doubt their team will make it happen in the 4th quarter.reporting live from oracle arena .... (pam) we'll have more on the we'll have (pam) arena ....from oracle reporting live from oracle arena ....
arena .... (pam) we'll have more on the game later in sports tonight with mark carpenter. ( ken ) new at 8 --it was an absolutely beautiful memorial day today.the weather was fantastic and so many people were out and about enjoying the day.(pam) but as kron4's michelle kingston explains -- not everyone got to head to the parks like they wanted to this afternoon. (mk)aaron gonzalez"one thing that i like about this day is that i get to spend time with
family and friends and have a really great time."aaron gonzalez and his family are some of the lucky ones who got into del valle regional park just in time this morning ... splashing around in the lake and barbecuing.the regional park police department tweeting just after one o'clock on memorial day that the park had closed because it reached capacity.five other parks also closed.. and were turning people away.alexa sanchez"we came early in the morning but there was some people here already."eleazar sanchez"when we got here it was very full but we got in here just in time."michelle kingston, @mkingstonnews"it might be busy but it's not stopping people from having a great time. they're enjoying the weather, they're enjoying the lake, and of course, being with their families."emmanuel sanchez"this is my first time being here. i like it because there is grass around so we can play football or something and there's also a lake right next to it so we can play catch and swim and stuff." julyssa sandoval"it's been very hot here so it's been very nice to go in the lake and cool down and hang with friends."the park did re-open its gates later in the day -- allowing people to enjoy the rest of their memorial day weekend.in livermore michelle kingston kron 4 news (ken) this memorial day, president trump is honoring
the lives of fallen service members. he attended a wreath-laying ceremony at 4 news (ken) this memorial day, president trump is honoring the lives of fallen service members. he attended a wreath-laying ceremony at arlington national cemetery. the president also released this memorial day message on twitter. hundreds of volunteers at arlington national cemetery were busy preparing for the memorial day events. they placed roses and other flowers by the headstones of fallen military service members. (pam) in the bay area -- people gathered at the national cemetery in san francisco ... to pay tribute to those who died serving our country. kron 4's terisa
estacio was there for the celebration. it was a special day here at sf national cemetary. today marked the 150 anniversary of the annual memorial day celebration. . but before things got underway to honor the many who gave their life for their country. there were dozens working behind the scenes to get everything ready. there were flowers to be laid on each of the grave sites there were chairs to be set up for the nearly 2k expected. i spoke with some of the volunteers who got up very early to be here and make this day possible for others. alexandria wilson, volunteer. i am honored to be here. adam silva. i like it because i get to honor those who fought for our country. q. you put up chairs? yeah. and you got up early, very early, yeah. here in sf, terisa estacio kron four news
(ken) in san bruno -- there are 143-thousand military service men and women buried at the golden gate national cemetary. today -- about 300 scouts with the help of their familes, veterans and volunteers all pitched in to place flags on almost 113-thousand grave sites. (pam) and in san jose -- oak hill cemetary was the backdrop for one of the south bay's most widely attended memorial day ceremonies.. there are 14-thousand veterans buried at oak hill. each and every grave was decorated with an american
flag. roughly 5-thousand people were expected to attend one or more of four separate events honoring veterans.. this year's observance featured exhibits including vintage tanks.. also, a fly-by from a fully- restored vietnam war- era huey helicopter. a live look outside right now on this friday ... (ken) as we get our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day all the way to the coast today. it was hot inland with temperatures soaring into the 90s. even at the coast it wias nice with highs there in the 60s and low 70s. we'll see a little sea breeze tonight but overall offshore winds continue into tomorrow. it will be a very mild well into the evening and only cooling into the 50s and 60s by early morning. on the satellite you can see high pressure over the state bringing us the sunshine. it will bring another day of sunny weather but we may see a
few patches of fog late in the day with cooler temperatures at the beach. it will still be hot inland tomorrow with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s, 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s at the coast. it will become much cooler with windy weather on wednesday and thursday with highs as much as 30 degrees cooler. high pressure will return on friday to warm us up into the weekend with mostly sunnu skies. (pam) if you were hanging out by the golden gate bridge
yesterday, you might have noticed these humpback whales in the bay. these photos were sent in by a viewer. we can see at least two whales in these pictures ... it appears to be a mom and her baby.... and more whales sighted today.... the viewer who sent the pictures called them the "splash brothers two..." and said, the siting was a good omen for tonight's warriors game. certainly a great thing to see ... after all the recent sightings of dead whales across the bay area. (pam) in the north bay -- the identities of the pilot and passenger... who died after a small plane crash in petaluma... have yet to be released. but we do know they are from carmichael. the crash happened shortly after take off yesterday afternoon. a witness said, it sounded like the plane was having engine problems... and was turning around and heading back to the airport.. when it crashed in a street ... about half a mile from the runway. nobody on the ground was hurt-- but both people on the plane died. the f-a-a and n-t-s-b are currently investigating the crash. the f-a-a says, the plane was a two- seat, single engine r-v -home- built
from a kit. coming up coming up at eight.. an f-b-i warning you need to know about -- why security experts say, you should reboot your routers.. a live report on that -- right after the break. and -- the way you use the internet is about to change... internet user protections are going to be rolled back .. we will let you know what to expect..plus -- it may be warm here in the bay area-- but other parts of the country dealing with flash flooding this holiday weekend. we'll take a look at the aftermath in maryland. ♪ ♪ ♪ down where the summer and the late nights last forever ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i feel most times we're high and low ♪ ♪ high and low ♪ if i had my way, never let you go ♪ ♪ never let you go enhance your moments.
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issued an urgent warning asking people to reboot their internet routers. the fbi says this can help protect people from a dangerous sophisticated system linked to russia..(pam) kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate joins us live from the newsroom with more on this gabe according to the fbithis is a nasty piece of malware they discoveredand the timing is not gooda holiday weekend
most people are out and away from their home or office so. the fbi is trying to get the word out there..as soon as people can get to their internet router.they need to take action the fbi has issued a public service announcement advising that everyone reboot their internet router the router is the box that pushes out wifi to the devices in your home or office. it's your gateway to the internet and that's why this fbi warning is so serious fbi says they discovered hundreds of thousands of wireless routers and other devices infected by malicious software under the control of a russian hacking group that typically targets government, military and security organizations.the sophisticated malware system is believed to be the same - as the one used to hack in to the democratic national committee -- before the 2016 presidential election..once sitting on someone's router, the malware is capable of blocking web traffic, collecting information that passes through the router, and it can even shut down a router
leaving you without wi-fi.. the fbi has figured out how this malware works and now they are asking for the public's help to defeat it before it spreads and causes real damage. what they want people to do is reboot their internet router the easiest way to do that is to unplug it for 10 seconds and plug it back in in if you have a paper clip or safety pin you can reboot by pressing in the reset button on the box. the reboot will disrupt malware if it's sitting on your device and at the same time a reboot will help the fbi identify and track infected devices . the fbi is also asking people password that allows you to router. not password but the password that access the router itself to make changes. the fbi also recommds everyone updates their internet routers firmware.. that can be complicated. i have posted some instructions on how to that on our tech trends page on our website - kron 4 dot com. in the newsroom gabe slate kron 4 news. (pam) net neutrality rules were enacted during the obama presidency... to regulate internet service providers and to protect customers.. . the rules prevent the providers -- the largest being comcast, a-t & t, and verizon -- from blocking internet content. but now on june 11th --
these new rules kick in and they are definitely going to affect the way internet providers do business.. however, the big changes will likely roll out slowly ... so, what should consumers be on the look out for? mary moloney has details .. though major internet service providers say the web will remain essentially unchanged after net neutrality rules are rolled back --according to consumer reports -- there are a few things consumers should keep an eye out for once deregulation goes into effect. zero-rating plans -- also called sponsored data plans -- allow customers to access a specific service without using data.i-s-p's use zero-rating plans to promote a particular service -- usually one they own or have a stake in. data caps -- are expected to become widespread for broadband service.if customers hit their data limit, i-s-p's could either throttle their bandwidth, or charge fees for increased data usage. paid- prioritization -- enables i-s-p's to charge access fees to content providers like google, facebook, and netflix... in order to send content to consumers --and the fees could vary, depending on the bandwidth required. companies that pay more are essentially given higher priority.paid prioritization can lead to price hikes for internet accesscontent providers can raise
subscription rates or monthly fees for customers in order to offset the cost of access fees. and the last major concern is blocked contenti-s-p's could change their terms of service to censor content deemed offensive or immoral.or they could block websites or apps that offer competing services to their own.the most effective way for consumers to protect themselves from any upcoming change is to read the fine print on their service plans.i-s-p's will have to disclose changes they make because of deregulation -- so consumers should have access to updated information about data caps... paid- prioritization... or any other changes a service provider may make.for consumer watch, i'm mary moloney. (ken) making national headlines for a second time since 20-16 -- ellicott city, maryland is
once again being hammered by flood waters. this is video of the aftermath two years ago. but this year the flooding is much worse. (ken) maryland crews are ready to help communities struggling in the aftermath of damaging floods. the governor announced a coordinated response from state agencies for cleanup and assistance. his response detailed efforts that will be made by several organizations.. . including the maryland state police... department of transportation... and the state emergency management agency. the plan comes after the governor declared a statewide state of emergency on sunday. communities like ellicott city saw severe flash flooding over the weekend after slow- moving storms dropped several inches of rain. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o. kron-4's chief meteorologist
lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day all the way to the coast today. it was hot inland with temperatures soaring into the 90s. even at the coast it wias nice with highs there in the 60s and low 70s. we'll see a little sea breeze tonight but overall offshore winds continue into tomorrow. it will be a very mild well into the evening and only cooling into the 50s and 60s by early morning. on the satellite you can see high pressure over the state bringing us the sunshine. it will bring another day of sunny weather but we may see a few patches of fog late in the day with cooler temperatures at the beach. it will still be hot inland tomorrow with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s, 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s at the coast. it will become much cooler with windy weather on wednesday and thursday with highs as much as 30 degrees cooler. high
pressure will return on friday to warm us up into the weekend with mostly sunnu skies. new ahead at 8 -- investigators are trying to figure out how a preschool caught fire over the weekend. the discovery that led them to believe this may be suspicious. and -- the sudden death of a bay area woman, means the 28 dogs she was caring for are now looking for a new home. these senior dogs are in san francisco now and we'll introduce to you them after the break. ((gary sports tease))"and just ahead, highlights from houston. game 7 of the western conference finals. warriors-rockets, with a trip to the finals on the line. that's coming up." ((ken))here's what we ((ken)) here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine... (pam) so, aunt katy,
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(ken) police are investigating the cause of a fire at an east bay preschool. the fire was reported around 1-30 in the afternoon on saturday at safari kid preschool in newark. emergency crews arrived within minutes and say fire sprinklers had already put out most of the flames. they were on site for several hours investigating the cause of the fire, and say there was a break-in to the facility. cost of damages to the building and school supplies is called "significant." coming up at eight.. sub- tropical storm alberto made landfall along the gulf coast today... after the break, we'll hear how residents are reacting. plus -- lawmakers are looking to end another backlog in the state... this one: involving illegal guns. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4
i am extremely proud of jackie, gaby and stephanie. we worked with pg&e to save energy because we wanted to help the school. they would put these signs on the door to let the teacher know you didn't cut off the light. the teachers, they would call us the energy patrol. so they would be like, here they come, turn off your lights! those three young ladies were teaching the whole school about energy efficiency. we actually saved $50,000. and that's just one school, two semesters, three girls. together, we're building a better california. (ken) lawmakers are looking to
only state run program in the country for an automated system for tracking prohibited firearm owners.it's been around from more than a decade. the system is not perfect..in march -- the department of justice released new data - showing more than 10-thousand people are still in the system. it's a backlog..xavier becerra, attorney general 32;16 the difficulty for the department of justice and our apps program is we haven't been able to -- the last year or two -- grow with the population that is possessing weapons. 25 looking at year to year numbers...only about 400 people were taken off the list over the past year.but d-o-j says it doesn't show the full picture -- with thousands of new people now prohibited from owning firearms, doj says they cleared 7200 from the list. still...the backlog --- upsetting some lawmakers.asm. catharine baker (r-san ramon) " they're on a list. we know they have guns. we know they're not allowed to..."bay area republican assemblymember catharine baker and southern california assemblymember melissa melendez first requested the state legislature to give d-o-j additional dollars this year. their proposal -- $25 million over two years..with a catch: doj had to cut the list in half by next july or lose the money.but last week-- an assembly budget subcommittee voted unanimously approved providing d-o-j less than 10 million over two years.xavier
becerra, attorney general 33;04 we're ready to work with the legislature on a bipartisan basis to make sure we come up with a good proposal for the apps program moving forward 09kl sig out. (ken) (ken) happening now -- subtropical storm alberto makes landfall along the gulf coast....(pam) the storm is disrupting memorial day for thousands of people. natasha chen ... in pensacola, florida, with the latest. people along the gulf coast brace as alberto makes landfall near laguna beach, florida.the first named storm of the 2018 atlantic hurricane season.sot governor rick scott, florida"this is the beginning of hurricane season, everybody has got to start the process of getting prepared. three days of water, three days of food. have your medicine, know your evacuation route, all of these things. you can go to florida- disaster-dot-org that you get prepared but i can assure you the state is prepared."more than a foot of rain could fall
in certain spots.and that is not the only concern.rip currents could sweep swimmers out to sea.families who are riding it out, say:they are doing everything they can to stay safe.sot katressa wilson, sarasota county resident"i'm just preparing just in case. i'm a first time homeowner so i'm not sure what to expect so i just know there's some low levels around so i'm just putting them up to be (pam) that was natasha chen reporting. two members of a t-v news crew died in the storm... florida gov. rick scott declared a state of emergency for all 67- counties in his state. (ken) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day all the way to the coast today. it was hot inland with temperatures soaring into the 90s. even at the coast it wias nice with highs there in the 60s and low 70s. we'll see a little sea breeze tonight but overall offshore winds continue into tomorrow. it will be a very mild well into the evening and only cooling into the 50s and
60s by early morning. on the satellite you can see high pressure over the state bringing us the sunshine. it will bring another day of sunny weather but we may see a few patches of fog late in the day with cooler temperatures at the beach. it will still be hot inland tomorrow with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s, 70s and 80s around the bay and 60s at the coast. it will become much cooler with windy weather on wednesday and thursday with highs as much as 30 degrees cooler. high pressure will return on friday to warm us up into the weekend with mostly sunnu skies.
still ahead at 8 -- a pilot accused of kidnapping a flight school student is behind bars tonight. details on what led to his arrest coming up. plus... we have chilling survelliance video ..... of a pizza store employee taking matters into his own hands, as a robber enters his store.... and -- talks continue on a meeting between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un... the latest on the summit after the break.
in northern california... a worried brother helped lead officers... to rescue a flight school student .... who was almost sent overseas against his will.. that's according to police. jonathan mcconkey, and his assistant kelsi hoser... of the i-a-s-c-o flight school in redding, are accused of kidnapping tianshu shi. police say, the two went to shi's home thursday, to tell him they would be sending him back to china. they allegedly came back a day later on friday... and attacked and threatened the student before taking him to the redding municipal airport.
shi's brother -- who lives in china -- said, shi told him about the incident before he was taken away. his brother contacted police ... who later found shi and the suspects at the airport. mcconkey and hoser are now facing charges of kidnapping and conspiracy.the motive is still unclear.. (ken) donald trump marked memorial day today with a wreath-laying ceremony and some self-promotion on twitter. but while the president pauses to remember, a group of american ambassadors arrived in north korea to continue talks about a meeting between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un. boris sanchez has more. president trump marking memorial day by laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier -- sending a message to the families of fallen service members president donald trump: "to every parent who weeps for a child, to every child who mourns for a parent, and to every husband or wife whose heart has been torn in two, today we ask god to comfort your pain, to ease your sorrow and to wipe away your tears." earlier trump took to twitter
to thank the troops -- but also promote his agenda writing quote: "those who died for our great country would be very happy and proud at how well our country is doing today. best economy in decades, lowest unemployment numbers for blacks and hispanics ever (& women in 18 years), rebuilding our military and so much more. nice!"and again on twitter, trump propagating a conspiracy theory. quoting a discussion on fox news about a deep state spy embedded in his presidential campaign to help hillary clintonwhile still providing no evidence. meantime the white house is carefully eyeing developments out of north korea - where an american delegation, including two former ambassadors and a nuclear negotiator, arrived on sunday.the group expected to lay the groundwork for a proposed summit with north korean leader kim jong un - set to take place in just over two weeks.the white house striking a hopeful tone over the weekend - just days after president trump withdrew from the summit.president trump: "a lot of people are working on it. it's moving along very nicely. so we're looking at june 12th in singapore. that hasn't changed and it's moving along pretty well. so we'll see what happens, okay?" following a surprise reunion
over the weekend between kim and south korean president moon jae-in - trump added that other secret meetings were taking place not far from the nation's capitol - and that talks were going well.and while the president appears optimistic on denuclearizati on, many, even within his own party, remain skeptical.sen. jeff flake: "i think the north koreans realize that total denuclearization on their part is that it is not in their national interests. that's how they see it. i don't think the rest of us see it that way. but that's how they see it." (ken) that was boris sanchez
reporting. the proposed meeting between trump and kim jong un still has not been confirmed. it was originallly set for june 12th. ( pam ) in sports -- it was another nail biter but golden state just pulled out the win in the state just pulled out the win in the best of seven in the western conference.(ken ) the warriors are heading to the finals for the fourth straight year .. mark carpenter has all the highlights coming up next at 8 -- a man risks his life to save a little boy... he's now being praised across the world. we'll show you what happened.
florida police are looking into a deadly shooting at a little caesars pizza.(pam) an employee shot a man wearing a mask ... who attacked him as he was leaving the restaurant. take a look at this survelliance video. as the employee was leaving the restaurant... he was immediately attacked by a suspect that was waiving a wooden board. minutes before the attack... another surveillance camera caught the suspect walking around the restaurant... carrying what looked like a piece of wood. police say, the suspect was wearing this clown mask ... and knew when to strike. (sot) chief stephen aldrich/holly hill police: "he came dressed as he was in the attack with a board, so he apparently knew when the restaurant itself closed."(pam) the victim
says, the suspect hit him on the face and shoulder... then tried to stab him with a pair of scissors. that's when police say, the employee pulled out a gun he was carrying... and fired multiple shots, hitting the attacker. the suspect was taken to the hospital...where he died. authorities are checking to see if the victim has a concealed weapon license ... adding, right now he's not facing any charges. (ken) take a look at this -- a young malian migrant is being praised in france ... after scaling up four floors to rescue a young child dangling from a balcony. you can see him pulling himself up from balcony to balcony, until he makes it to the four-year-old and pulls him to safety from midair. reports that french president emmanuel macron has invited him to the elysee palace today to thank him personally.
no time wasted here. game 7 of the western conference finals... warriors-rockets in houston. --we go to texas, this is what the rockets have worked for all season. a chance to have a game 7 on their home court. --they won't be at full strength. chris paul...out for the 2nd straight game with a hamstring injury. --andre iguodala...misisng his 4th game with a bone bruise. --real ugly start to this one. james harden...step back 3...gets the and one. and fouled by klay thompson. thompson had 3-fouls in the first 4 minutes and had to go to the bench --harden was rolling early on. 14-points in the 1st quarter. gets the steal... runs back the other way and slams it home. chris paul... loving it on the bench. --warriors were just getting destroyed in the paint. look at harden creating... slips the past to clint capela capela... 14 in the 1st half. 30 points in the paint for houston..they went into the break up 11. --then in the 2nd half, the rockets went cold.
warriors went on a 3rd quarter run.... started chipping away... kevin durant....pull up 3...makes the game 61-all. kd had 10 in the quarter. --and we saw another curry flurry.. steph curry....cooking once again in this series. look at the between the legs pass from jordan bell. curry 3 good. --then, from way back.. a heat check 3. 14-pts for curry in the 3rd... warriors outscored houston 33-15 in that period alone. --rockets had 27-straight missed 3-pointers. and the warriors were just relentless. durant... from nearly halfcourt and right over james harden. --houston would make a tiny run later, but kd goes right to the rack... and puts in the final dagger. he would end with a game high 34-points... --curry added in 27-pts, 10-assists, and 9- rebounds. warriors take the series 101-92....and are going back to the nba finals for the 4th year in a row.
stanley cup final. --capitals-golden knights in las vegas... the second time an expansion team has made it to the finals... the other being the st. loius blues in 1968 tied 4-4 in the 3rd period... tomas nosek... gets the pass from shea theodore... and puts it in the back on the net!.. vegas added an empty netter with a couple of seconds left golden knights w in 6-4... they lead the series 1-0... game 2 is wednesday... in las vegas moving on to the giants--- their 8-game road trip heads to colorado. --some mile high rain...delaying the festivities for about an hour. --bottom 1st, 2-0 giants, trevor story...climbing some stories. 3-run jack to left..about halfway up the stands. rockies take a 3-2 lead. --top 6th, 4-4 tie... pablo sandoval bounces a single to left... opposite field liner. and the throw comes home. brandon crawford scores. giants go up 5-4. -- game would go
into extras knotted at 5. chris iannetta... takes hunter strickland up the middle... giants can't field it... nolan arenado scores... rockies win 6-5 in 10 innings over at the coliseum... two warriors fans have the deck to watch a's-rays nd --hardly any offense in this one.. we pick it up in the 9th, scoreless game. , 2-on for stephen piscotty...but he strikes out and the game going to extra innings. a's 0-for-6 with runners in scoring position. --top 13th-- tampa bay has the go-ahead run at 2nd.. mallox smith...slaps a single to right...just over the head of jed lowrie. run comes home and tampa leads 1-zip. --bottom of the frame, the a's down to their final out.. matt olson...facing a full count and trying to make something happen. doesn't work out. --a's lose 1- nothing... (ken) a crowd in california made sure the national anthem would ring out
during their softball game. it all started with the announcer telling the crowd the star-spangled banner would not be sang at the start of the division one softball valley championship game in visalia. some in the audience booed the news... then a few people began to sing. pretty soon just about everybody in the stadium joined in. tonight at 9 if you've never spent time on san francisco's embarcadero, might i suggest up give it a spinnats ambiance i was only there for a couple of hours and not i can't decide who behaves the worst, scooters, ride hails or bikes i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
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. (pam) now take a look at
this -- on this holiday weekend... breakfast food was being put to a unique use. a group of people in denver took their love of waffles to a new level. a world record breaking level! they built the tallest stack of the breakfast classic. this waffle tower is 67 centimeters high -- breaking the previous record of 51 centimeters. the group says they plan on making this waffle-building a yearly tradition. (ken) happening tomorrow -- starbucks stores across the country will close tuesday afternoon for company-wide diversity training. the coffee giant willl train over 175 thousand employees to better identify and prevent
prejudices and bias. this comes after two black men were arrested in a philadelphia store for using the bathroom back in april. starbucks also says the techniques their employees learn will be used to train new hires in the future. many stores plan to close their doors at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon-- but check your local starbucks for the exact time. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.() grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant)) thank you pam and ken... an elimination game matchup ends with a game matchup ends with a warriors win... and the dubs now advance to their fourth advance to their fourth straight nba finals... beating the houston rockets in game seven... we'll have the hilites as they stormed back in the second half and dubs fans supporting their team at the roaracle watch party... hear reaction from fans that's next in a live report
plus, a warning for people in the east bay... thieves target a man's car, not once, not twice, but three times in the last two months...all for his catalytic converter... where people need to be extra careful when they park... that's new tonight at nine... ((grant)) and..the holiday weekend wraps up and many are headigng back to work tomorrow..our chief meteorologist tells us what we can expect for the rest of the work week.... don't go away..kron 4 news at nine starts right after the break.
(grant) (grant) the western conference finals came down to a winner take all game seven... and its with a warriors triumph ... beating the rockets tongiht...in houston. (grant) thanks for joining us i'm grant lodes...(pam) and i'm pam moore in for vicki livakis... golden state going back to the finals for the fourth year in a row ...
and it will be a rematch of the last n-b-a finals .... (grant) mark carpenter joins us with to show how it all unfolded. mark? this matchup was very similar to what we saw in game 6. the warriors made a run in the 2nd half... aft shaking off an after shaking off an ugly start to the game. we go to the highlights.