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and pulled off the win in the second half. thank you for joining us im pam moore. (ken)and kim ken wayne. in the third quarter golden state out scoring houston and will head to the finals, facing cleveland and lebron james ...sports reporter mark carpenter is here with more on how this game turned around. this matchup was very similar to what we saw in game 6. the warriors made a run in the 2nd half... after shaking off an ugly start to the game. we go to the highlights. --we go to texas, rockets trying to return to the finals for the first time since 1995. --chris paul...out for the 2nd straight game with a hamstring injury. --andre iguodala...misisng his 4th straight 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 --the warriors were down 11 at halftime... out of the break, a classic golden state
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3rd quarter run. outscored houston 33-15 in the stanza. the rockets went cold from three...missed 27-consecutive times from downton. --warriors were untouchable... steph curry 14-points in the 3rd....finished with 27 points, 10 assists and a rebound shy of a triple double. kevin durant put up 34-points the champs would lead for most of the way from mid 3rd quarter on. 101-92...and the warriors going back to the finals for the 4th year in a row. "we walked in at halftime and i said i don't even recognize this team. we've been together four 4 years, i didn't even recognized this group that we were seeing. sometimes you forget... game 7 you get some nerves and there's so much nervous energy. it was really, i don't know how to describe it. it was a bizzare half". "we were actually encouraged believe it or not. we need we would have a great shot coming out of the second half. we just stuck together, moved the ball, cut our turnovers down, and made
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them take tough shots". game 1 against the cavaliers set for thursday at oracle. chat with mark (pam)(pam) (pam) we have team we (pam)
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we have team coverage... as the warriors beat out the rockets.. (ken) the game may have been in houston but dub nation still filled oracle to support their team. kron 4's ali reid joins us live from oakland with fan reactions. ali whats the mood like out there? it started out a little stressful, but turned into a huge party by the 4th quarter. pkgfor the fourth year in a row ... the confetti inside oracle came flowing down. champs of the western conference.we got this. we got this.fans headed straight to the warriors store.got one for my mom dad uncle, myselfthe first three quarters had fans on the edge of their seats, while the houston rockets led the game. once the warriors took the lead, it was game over.they never disappointthe warriors may've been playing 2- thousand miles away, but dub nation is holding them down at the largest watch party in the bay area ...sotthey're ready for them to face off with the cavs in the finals. back to back, back to back standupfans are already gearing up for game one of the finals here on thursday...reporting live from oracle arena ....
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(ken)it was an absolutely beautiful memorial day today. the weather was fantastic and so many people were out and about enjoying the day.but as kron4's michelle kingston explains -- not everyone got arena ....from oracle reporting live from oracle arena ....
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(ken)it was an absolutely beautiful memorial day today. the weather was fantastic and so many people were out and about enjoying the day.but as kron4's michelle kingston explains -- not everyone got to head to the parks like they wanted to this afternoon (mk)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." people packed the east bay regional parks this memorial day ...they were so busy that five of them actually had to turn away visitors.alexa sanchez"we came early in the morning but there was some people here already."the regional park police department tweeting just after one o'clock that del valle had closed because it reached
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capacity.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."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."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 (pam)(pam) the question is: will the weather continue this way? chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here with that anwser.lawrence how is the rest of the week looking? 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
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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. skies.mostly sunnu skies.
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an oakland man has been a victim three times now to a car part that keeps getting cut out from under his suv. the catalytic converter may be of interest to thieves because of a precious metal inside... kron 4's ella sogomonian is in oakland with his warning other drivers.. (ken) sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "yeah, not once but now three times so you can imagine how fed up this family is out here. most recently it happened at this home depot parking lot in oakland and they are warning drivers that there are specific cars they believe are being targeted." (nats: car starting)anthony scuderi has had his catalytic converter stolen three times from his 2005 honda element in just weeks. sot: anthony scuderi, theft victim// "i had no idea that it could possibly have been stolen and it took a while looking underneath the car to realize what happened. and after doing research and talking to police i realized it's common believe it or not." the car part is an exhaust emission control device...that a former police officer tells kron4 news says is attractive to thieves because it's made with platinum.the first two times the part was sawed off at the fruitvale bart station parking lot. then it happened again at the home depot parking lot on friday around 1:30 in the afternoon while scuderi was shopping.sot: ella
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sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "and scaderi is specifically warning owers of suv's because it's high off the ground it's easily accessible to thieves." sot: anthony scuderi, theft victim// "i think that this is important that people know this is even an option. especially older cars or suv's that are higher off the ground people can get in and out. so i was just in home depot for thirty minutes so it must have just happened so fast."oakland police didn't respond to questions monday about common of a problem this may be. scuderi says his family is now incovenienced as they're one car short to get their newborn to daycare.sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "this family says this piece and the labor cost them around $3,000 but they were fortunate enough to have insurance cover it the first two times, they're just now worried about the third. in oakland ella sogomonian kron 4 news." (grant) kron 4 is your local
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election headquarters... tonight we're taking a look at one of the biggest contests ahead of the june election. san francisco will be electing a new mayor. we've talked to london breed, jane kim, angela alioto, mark leno, and republican richie greenberg. and tonight--- amy farah weiss joined us... and said that helping solve the housing crisis is about developing private.. and public partnerships.
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(grant) kron4 has invited all of the mayoral candidates to our studio to talk about their candidacy. to hear the full interview with amy farah weiss and the other candidates head to our website at kron 4 dot com. (pam) a drop-off box is available for voters in downtown berkeley. it is in front of the martin luther king junior civic center building... about a block from the downtown bart station. voters have to submit their ballots to the drop-off box by election day, june 5th. (pam) the sticker shock is not going away in the bay area's real estate market. what one home sold for in sunnyvale .. (ken)plus: a 30-year-old plan to keep san francisco safe during an earthquake isn't complete.what the city still needs to do to make sure the
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buildings can withstand a major quake. (pam) a new warning from the f-b-i ... why the agency says ... you need to reboot your internet router,. the f-b-i has
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issued an urgent warning.... asking people to reboot their internet routers. the f-b-i says, this can help protect people from a dangerous and sophisticated system which is linked to russia..(ken) kron 4's gabe slate explains what the malware does and how to
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protect yourself. 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
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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 little tiny 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 to change the password that allows you to log into your router. not your wifi password but the password that lets you access the router itself to make changes. (pam) the fbi also recommends that everyone should update their internet routers firmware..however, that can be a complicated proccess. we have posted some instructions on how to that.... on our tech trends page... on our website - kron 4 dot com. (ken) according to a new study, drone usage among law enforcement agencies is rising. numerous police and fire departments say they're using drones in a variety of ways. the center for the study of the drone at new york's bard college says the number of law enforcement agencies with drones has more than doubled since the end of 2016. it estimates there are more than 900 state and local authorities with drones.
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the study finds that california is among the most agencies with drones. (pam) several delightful whale sitings the last couple days.. if you were near the golden gate bridge yesterday, you might have noticed these humpback whales in the bay. that's right... these photos were sent in by a viewer. we can see at least two whales in these pictures... it's believed to be a mother and her baby.... and more whales sighted today.... the viewer who sent the pictures called them the "splash brothers two..." and said it 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 ) a live look outside .. it was a beautiful memorial day.. and a nice night tonight..(ken)lawrence is here with the forecast. lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day all the way to the coast today. it was hot inland with temperatures
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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 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 friday to warm us up into the mostly sunnu skies.
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(ken) a new warning in hawaii... winds are firing up and will blow volcanic gases from the kilauea summit. the hawaii county civil defense agency expects the winds to pick up around the fissures on the east rift zone. an explosion sent an ash cloud about 13 thousand feet into the air this morning. sulfur dioxide and ash are continuing to affect air
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quality and officials encourage limiting the time spent outdoors. firefighters have been going door-to-door urging people to evacuate. the oozing lava has destroyed a total of 82 structures on hawaii's big island about 22-hundred acres have been covered in lava since the kilauea volcano eruptions began may third. (pam) coming up: a california pilot was arrested in connection with an attempted kidnapping. who police say he was trying deport.. agaisnt their will. (ken)and next: a home close to high tech jobs.. breaking records. what one home in sunnyvale was sold for in this hot real estate market.
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(ken) we're keeping tabs on the red hot real estate market in the bay area and one of the hottest spots seems to be sunnyvale.(pam) kron four's rob fladeboe has the details about the latest record- breaking sale. escrow closed last week on this large, 2-story, single family home on albion court in sunnyvale. the highly sough after home tucked away on a quiet cul de sac in a west side neighborhood sold for $3,150,000 dollars. according to mls listings it's now the city's most expensive single-parcel sale going back at least 18 years. keller williams anne moran was the broker.anne moran/keller williams "...this house just
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fit the bill perfectly for my clients, it has the right floor plan, a nice big lot and a big back yard, ready to move in with the right schools..." what does one get for three million dollars in sunnyvale. take a look. there are 5- bedrooms. a state of the art kitchen, hardwood floors and no need for any extensive remodeling. it sits on a huge 12,000 square foot lot, the landscape described as a backyard oasis. it's also very close to google, facebook and other high tech job factories.anne moran/keller williams "....it's close to high tech and frankly it has not reached the heights of palo alto, menlo park and mountain view just yet so it's still relatively affordable compared to those communities..."for the record, the average home in mountain view sells for about 2.4 million. it's $3 million in menlo park and $4 million in palo alto. that $3.15 million for this hosue was 25 percent over the asking price.rob fladeboe/sunnyvale "...and, of course, there were multiple offers for this home, which was on the markey for just 8 days. in sunnyvale rob fladeboe kron 4 news (pam) coming up: you may have to get (pam) coming up: you
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may have to get your coffee somewhere else tomorrow. how starbucks says, closing its doors for one day .. will benefit customers long-term. (ken)plus: san francisco's embarcadero brings all kinds of visitors. and that means as our stanley roberts finds... plenty of people behaving badly. (pam) and next: experts say a big earthqauke is coming.. but are we ready? an in-depth look at what the city of san francisco is doing to prepare. (lawrence)tease ten at ten (ken)
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to california schoolsd, need big change. marshall tuck is the only candidate for state superintendent who's done it before. less bureaucracy, more classroom funding. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. (ken) did you feel that....
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a 3.0 magnitude earthquake rattled the south bay this evening. the quake happened around five p.m. ...and was centered 13 miles east of san jose. fortunately no one was injured...and no structures were damaged...but the shaking did scare a few kron four viewers who called in to report the earthquake. (pam) new at ten: it has been 29 years since the loma prieta earthquake shook the bay area... killing 63 people and injuring thousands more. (ken)
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that 6.9 quake also caused billions of dollars worth of damage in our region. since then, billions more have been spent on preparing for the next big earthquake, which geologists say could happen at anytime. (pam) one major area of concern are any large, older public buildings which are still in use, even though they may not be seismically safe.(ken) kron 4's charles clifford has an in-depth look at several buildings in san francisco that are in process of being updated. san francisco has a 30 year plan to improve the seismic safety of buildings across the city. thousands of homes and businesses have already been retrofitted but there are many large, old public buildings that are still in use even though they may not be safe after the next big earthquake. the hall of justice along bryant street was built in the 1950's. even though this facility serves a very important role in san francisco, the building is considered to be seismically unsafe.sotthe hall of justice has been a challenging building for us for many many years.brian strong is the director of san francisco's office of resilience and capital planning. he says the city decided years ago to move
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it's employees out 850 bryant. the police department, medical examiner and several other departments have already relocated and there are plans in the works to move the jail and courts court as well. the new hall of justice might be built on the same spot.sotthe idea is to tear down the hall of justice. . the l building. that will provide land for a new hall of justice to be built.a few blocks away, sits san francisco's animal care and control facility, which handles the city's wayward pets and critters. this building is actually an old warehouse that does not meet modern earthquake safety standards. the city is in the process of relocating animal care and control to another sit at 1419 bryant st.sot we know how important it is for san franciscans to have a place for their cats and dogs and pets to go after an earthquake.over in the mission district, sits san francisco general hosptial, home to the citys primary trauma center. as the hospital would be needed to care for the injured after a major quake, the city has prioritized phasing out the older buildings.. in 2016, the new zuckerberg san francisco general hosptial and trauma center was completed. the older buidling remains and the city does plan on using it. sot that building is being renovated not to be a trauma
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center but to provide out patient services. that was funded through our last public safety bond.it's important to note that none of these buildings are considered to be an immediate danger to the public. in the event of a major earthquake, city official expect the people inside will be able to make it out unharmed. sotthey are built to make sure people get out alive.however, after the quake the city will have to examine the structures to see if they are still usable. the city hopes to complete it's long term seismic safety project by 2042. in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news. lawrence karnow: it was a beautiful day all the way to the coast today. it was hot inland with temperatures
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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.
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(pam) sub-tropical storm alberto makes landfall along the gulf coast... disrupting memorial day for thousands of people. this is the first named storm of the 2018 atlantic hurricane season. alberto hit near laguna beach, florida, with sustained winds of 45- miles per hour. alberto is expected to bring heavy rain and flooding to much of the southeast.... through the middle of the week. more than a foot of rain could fall in certain spots. and that is not the only concern ....
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as rip currents could sweep swimmers out to sea. (ken) 4 people have been arrested in connection with a stabbing at dolores park in san francisco. the stabbing happened just before 7:30 last night. police arrived after reports of a fight. one man was stabbed-- but is expected to be okay. police have not yet identified the suspects. (pam) in the north bay.... a pilot and passenger are killed after a small plane crashed in petaluma. it happened shortly after takeoff yesterday afternoon. the plane was turning around and heading back to the sonoma county airfield when police say it crashed in a street in petaluma. 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 airplane that is home-built from a kit. a bizarre episode at a flight school in redding, california. two managers threatened to deport a chinese student who
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was in the u-s legally.police said a worried brother in china helped lead officers to rescue a flight school student who was almost sent overseas against his will.fas cnn's kyung lah reports, someone made audio recordings of their threats. natsot: "you're in my /bleeped/ custody right now. do you know what that means? i will forcibly remove your ass from here."the threat is unmistakable on the audio file. a man who the record searchlight newspaper identifies as jonathan mcconkey is a manager at iasco flight training school.he's recorded threatening a chinese student at the flight school with deportation inside the student's apartment.natsot: "your ass is getting on a plane right now or i'll break your /bleeped/ arm. you better believe i'm /bleeped/ threatening you. and the united states government needs you out of this country right now. you understand?"natsot / woman: "you're here illegal. if you don't go with us, you go to jail."that woman appears to be kelsi hoser, an english and mandarin speaker, and the flight school's director of administration. redding police
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say they don't know what motivated hoser and mcconkey. the chinese student reportedly had a year long visa that was still valid.iasco flight training school caters to chinese students and is owned by a chinese company, jiutian international flight academy. on its promotional video on facebook, it projects a warm atmosphere, a home away from home for the chinese students. quite a contrast to this. natsot: "hey, listen to me. i got your /bleeped/ passport. you're leaving now."natsot: "immigration will /bleeped/ take you to jail. get your /bleeped/ together. you have five minutes." ÷÷ (ken)redding police later got involved and arrested the two flight school employees,they are now facing conspiracy and kidnapping charges - but they're out on bond. (grant)also new at ten: the indiana science teacher credited with disarming a school shooter friday is home
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from the hospital.and for the first time - 29-year-old jason seaman addressed the public,. seaman was shot three times -- as the former college footbnall player charged and tackled the shooter....ending the terror. he's humble, ...but he's a hero...and now he's reluctantly sharing his story.story.sharing his story. as a person who isn't looking for attention nor entirely comfortable with the situation i'm currently in, i want to make it clear that my actions on that day in my mind were the only acceptable actions i could have done given the circumstances. i my students and their well-being. so that is why did what i did that day." two others were wounded two others were wounded in the shooting-- a female student is in critical condition. another student fractured his ankle. the suspected gunman, also a student, is now in custody.president trump
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praised seaman's actions saturday, calling him quote, "very brave" and a "hero" for saving "so many precious lives." (ken) starbucks will close more than 8- thousand stores nationwide tomorrow -- to conduct anti- bias training.. the first of many steps the company is taking - to restore its diversity-friendly image... starbucks began lining up bias training experts after the arrestof two black men at a philadephia store last month. the men had asked to use the restroom and refused to buy anything or leave when asked. they'd been waiting for a business meeting. starbucks' new policy - 'anyone' can use the restroom without being a customer. although there's a list of new guidelines on dealing with 'disruptive' behavior. the company will train more than 175 thousand employees - in what it calls an 'honest exploration of bias." many stores plan to close their doors at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon-- but check your local starbucks for the exact time. the sudden death of a solano county woman has
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put dozens of senior dogs in search of a new home. (pam) tonight kron 4's dan kerman visited those dogs at a san francisco rescue organization which has taken them in.
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coming upif 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 (sports) coming up, we head back out to houston.... the warriors sound off on vanquishing the rockets in game 7 and earning a 4th straight trip back to the finals.
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our stanley roberts seems to have no trouble finding drivers behaving badly. (ken) but this time it's just about everything on wheels... cars, bikes and scooters. 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 package we are use to seeing bicycles on the embarcadero in san francisco but have you seen this many
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taking over all three lanes of the road people behaving badly if you've never spent time on san francisco's embarcadero, might i suggest up give it a spinafter being on the embarcadero for just a couple of hours i notice a lot of completely different things help me figure out which is worse first let's look at distracted drivers, if you see one wave and see if they wave back as the passenger make sure you driver isn't on the phone.nats: ambiance there there ae the scooters they are motorized so they must follow the rules of the road like not running red lights not riding on the sidewalk . and not riding two on one at a time now as it relates to the scooters .. you have to be 18 to ride but they remind me of the ride sharesgooowhere this lyft was riding in the bike lane. but look at this uber the driver already ran the light but is sitting in the intersection sectionand is not sure whether to activate his lights or to continue driving ..nats: ambiance so between
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the ride (pam) some major american pride shown this weekend for memorial day. (ken) a crowd in visalia, in tulare county made sure the national anthem would ring out during their softball game.singing (ken) (ken)it all started with the announcer telling the crowd the star-spangled banner would not be performed at the start of the division one softball valley championship game.some in the audience booed the news... then a few people began to sing.pretty soon just about everybody in the stadium joined in. considering lebron james made it to an 8th straight finals, the warriors couldn't let their streak come to an end. golden state playing in june for the 4th year in a row... after picking apart
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houston in game 7 of the western conference finals. --rockets worked for homecourt advantage all year. --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 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. --and we saw another curry flurry.. steph curry....cooking once again in
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this series. look at the between the legs pass from jordan bell. curry 3 good. --then, from way back.. 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 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. 'the guy i've heard talk the most these last two games is the guy who talks the least any other time. it's klay, he's been talking and haha... that really rubbed off on everybody else, so i can't take the credit for that. it was a complete team efoort. everybody was talking and sticking together, and we got it done.""i'm proud of our guys for the way they held together, after almost coming completely unglued in the first half, but that second half was something.""they
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say that two basketballs can fit inside the hoop at one time. that's kind of how big they are, and for some reason i couldn't figure it out. and then eventuall i keep shooting the same shots and they go in, si, i sound like a broken record, but i never lose confidence in myself." "is there a different feeling with this team. are you any more proud of this team than you are of the other three that have went to the finals?""that's like asking which is your favorite child. for the record maddie is my favorite (laughter). nick and mathew are okay, but maddie, she's my pride and joy." and here's a look at the schedule--- games 1 and 2 in oakland...on thursday and sunday. then the series moves to cleveland for game 3 on wednesday.. game 4 on wednesday..for game 3 on wednesday.. game 4 on friday. until that gets going. another championship series already underway. game 1 of the 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
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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. --top 6th, 4-4 tie... pablo sandoval slaps in liner to the opposite field. 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 place to themselves in the 2nd deck to watch a's-rays --we went in scoreless to extras. top 13th-- tampa bay has the go-ahead run at 2nd.. mallox smith...slaps
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a single to right...just over the head of jed lowrie. run comes home --a's lose 1-nothing... (weather) coming up i'll have the seven day forecast.
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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. semi-annual sale
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narrator: in the criminal justice system sexually based offenses are considered especially heinous. in new york city, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the special victims unit. these are their stories. i found her-- moaning, half-naked bleeding from her chest and privates. couldn't tell her age. her face was too badly beaten. she moan anything you could make out? nothing that sounded like words. we got this call 45 minutes ago. what's she still doing here? they've only been here five minutes. moses wasn't available to part the morning rush hour. deep stab wound, left chest-- hand me a four-by-four. yeah, i was afraid to move her. i called for the bus. i put a rush on it. what do we got? good old-fashioned stoning, new york style. my guess, after the stabbing and the rape. what about the weapon? nothing yet. any i.d.? still looking. b.p. 90/60. that's as good as we're going to get. let's get her out of here! what is this, open season? a few drinks, a little smoke

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