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( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)slight warming (dave) slight warming is forecast for sunday along with continued breezy conditions. robust warming is then expected on monday and tuesday as high pressure builds over california. temperatures are expected to return to near seasonal averages during the second half of next week.
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(marty)s-f-p-d is investigating an officer involved shooting in north beach. it happened early saturday morning.. on grant avenue between green and vallejo street. kron4's ella sogomonian talked to
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witnesses and has the story. sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "there are a lot of unanswered questions as san francisco police have yet to reveal what led up to the chase that ended in a shooting."(nats)people pulled out their cell phones and shot video as police officers swarmed a north beach neighborhood in san francisco early saturday morning just after midnight.witnesses said a man running on grant avenue was shot by police at least twice on this sidewalk between tope and tupelo bars.sot: alex darrow, witness//"i came around the bar to get dishes and i stepped here and he was laying right in front of the window. first the cops were hand cuffing him and then the paramedics came and it was a bit of a scene."sfpd confirmed two officers started a pursuit on foot but haven't said what led up to the shooting.people were forced to stay inside the bar for about 2 hours as police roped off the street - then let them out 15 at a time checking id's and taking down reports.sot: alex darrow,
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witness//"there was everything from people freaking out, freaking out that they were trapped in the bar. someone actually kicked in the back door to the liquor room looking for a back exit after we told repeatedly everyone there was no back exit. some people could care less. there were a lot of people filming it."one witness claims they saw officers shoot the man in the back.sfpd hasn't confirmed that information.a tupelo employee said detectives reviewed their surveillence video but the vantage points didn't capture the shooting. ...while the tope bar's employees say cameras weren't working because of water damage from last week. witnesses described the suspect as a tall heavy set man, bald, with a lot of tattoos...they say a gun lay on the ground for three hours during the investigation. police confirm a firearm was recovered but didn't specify who's it was.the man officers shot was taken to zuckerberg general hospital with life threatening injuries.sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "the police department issued a statement saying more information will be released when it's available and a town hall meeting will be held within ten days. in san francisco ella sogomonian kron4 news."
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( marty )a north bay lawmaker has a lot to say about the new cal fire rert.it says p-g & e is responsible for most of the devastating northern california fires last fall. state senator jerry hill talked to kron four's hermela aregawi. cal fire blaming pg&e tonight for causing 8 more of the deadly fires ..that devastated parts of northern california last october. state senator jerry hill (d-san bruno):unfortunately i was not susprised because i expect this based on what i had seen and learned over the last six months. state senator jerry hill helped lead the effort to convict and fine pg&e in the 2010 san bruno explosion. state senator jerry hill (d-san bruno):pg&e had diverted 500-million dollars from safety, from maintenance, from operations to and diverted to bonuses and incentives for executives, that they had not done the mainteance that was necessary, had not done the proper testing, they neglected the system. and that is what investigators say is the case with the fires.they say.. 11
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out of the 16 that have been fully investigated... started because of damaged pg&e power lines and equipment. state senator jerry hill (d-san bruno):pg& e is going out of their way right now in sacramento trying to convince everyone that there is a new normal, that the narrative has changed, that now we have a common problem of climate change that is causing these fires. climate change did not start a fire, it doesn's start fires a fire has to be ignited by something, a spark somewhere. and if pg& e is negligent allowing and causing that spark, they should be responsible for the cost of that fire. (hermela aregawi)in the san bruno explosion, pg&e was convicted of a felony and fined 1.6 billion dollars.the latest cal fire report alleges the company violated state law and they've passed on that information to each county's district attorney.that could mean future charges, convictions and more fines for the gas and electric company. in the newsroom hermela aregawi kron 4 news ( marty ) today victim's of those north
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bay fires are taking some time to get their minds off rebuilding. the oakland a's gave over 3-thousand free tickets to wildfire victims... for a day at the ballpark. kron 4's sara stinson joins us now live at the coliseum with the details. sara? marty - today is called "north bay day" it's all about treating the people who lived through the brutal north bay fires.the a's are t only providing free tickets to over three thousand north bay residents.but there will also be a pre-game ceremony with the oakland fire department who will serve as the color guard.a fan affcted by the fires will also throw the first pitch.this day also serves as firefigher apperciation day recognizing the hard work of first responders during fires last year.if you are a firefighter you can get a free ticket on the athletics site - those who attend will get an a's firefighter day t shirt.we look forward to talking to some of the north bay first responders and the residents
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who survived the fires.the game starts at one this afternoon. live in oakland, sara stinson, kron 4 news. thanks sara. we'll check back with you in the next hour. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... there's a new leader in the race for san francisco mayor. we give you an update on the vote count and tell you who's now in the lead. ( marty )plus... president
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trump is feeling optimistic about tuesdays summit with north korean leader... kim jong un. we'll find out why. ( marty )and... the latest red flag about plastic pollution in the oceans. one whale swallowed 18 pounds of plastic trash -- including 80 plastic bags. (ácommercialá)
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( marty ) here's a live look at yosemite falls this morning. ( marty ) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning.
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toss to weather. (dave)slight warming is forecast for sunday along with continued breezy conditions. robust warming is then expected on monday and tuesday as high pressure builds over california. temperatures are expected to return to near seasonal averages during the second half of next week.
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( marty ) london breed is now ahead of mark leno in the race to become san francisco's next mayor. the latest numbers show breed ahead by 4-hundred-98 votes. on friday, leno was in the lead by 1-hundred-44 votes. the department of elections is still counting about 42- thousand ballots. you can track the latest developments on our website... kron4.com ( marty )a new poll shows the majority of bay area voters, disagree with the government's immigration crackdown. of the one-thousand people surveyed by the bay area council, 55-percent disagree, 28-percent are in favor of the crackdown and 17-percent are undecided. the study comes at a time where the trump administration is being
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slammed for losing track of 15-hundred children, and separating immigrants from their families. < :05 cheering>( marty ) state w waking up at home this morning. the nba champions arrived in oakland saturday afternoon... along with their championship trophy. kron4's gayle ong was there with warriors fans to welcome the heroes home. no need for game 7 a day after the warriors' historic sweep of lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers steph curry and kevin durant walked off the delta airline flight.curry hoisting the larry o'brien trophydurant with the m-v-p.. the team was greeted by members of the warriors front office on the tarmac..fans waited outside the gates for hours
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hoping to catch a glimpse of the players.. some even bringing out the brooms
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( marty ) here's a look at the route for next tuesday's parade. it starts on 11th and broadway... then loops around the north-west side of lake merritt... and ends with a rally at 13th and oak. the route is shorter than last year and there wont be a rally following the parade. if you won't be able to make it there... no worries. kron 4 will have live coverage of the warriors parade...next tuesday starting... at 10 a-m. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... now that the n-b-a finals are over, baseball takes center stage. the giants and a's are both in action. we've got the highlights coming up. live look outside... richmond bridge ♪ lookin' for a new spring dress. ♪ ♪ for the latest styles where you'll spend less. ♪ ♪ you gotta go to ross. if you want to save big on dresses for every occasion,
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the golden state warriors are back in the bay area. back to back champions who have won the championship three out of the last four years.they touched down saturday afternoon around 3:30...the first two players off of the plane were stephen curry with the larry o' brien trophy and kevin durant with his finals mvp trophy. they were greeted by dozens of warriors fans. you can see it in this shot but as their plane taxi'd to the terminal there were fire trucks blasting water into the air in celebration of the warriors arriving back home.in case you missed it this is what the trophy presentation looked like in cleveland last night. all smiles from the warriors players. head coach steve kerr said it was fitting that the team played their best game of the entire playoffs last night to end the season. certainly good times on the court... and good times in the locker room. it was a champagne party as the players doused each other and even got the camera pretty we with
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champagne. the team will have a couple more days to celebrate before the big parade in oakland on tuesday. that parade starts at 11 a.m. and more than a million people are expected. folks can start lining up on the parade route as early as 6:30 in the morning. a reminder there is no rally after the parade. the team will have an interactive part of the parade that can be seen online. in other sports news saturday the san francisco giants were in action trying to win their third in a row in washington. exciting start to the game as the washington capitals who just won the stanley cup showed off their trophy to start the game. they then threw out the first pitch. bottom of the second....giants already down three to nothing and matt adams rips this ball. that is a shot to deep right center. two runs would score. nationals up 5 to nothing. top of the third...here come the giants. nick hundley at the plate...hundley says good day and good bye....three run home run. five to three giants. washington
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though...just too much for the giants...bryce harper sends this ball deep...real deep...it's gone. nationals beat the giants seven to five. the oakland a's tyring to win their third in a row and it didn't start very well. top of the second paulo orlando...line drive to center field...man on second would score. royals go up one to nothing. we go to the seventh inning. a's trying to get something going with two men on base...mike moustakas strikes out swinging. danny duffy had 10 strikeouts on the day. in the 9th alex gordon says good bye...that ball is gone. athletics lose this game 2 to zero. they are back at the coliseum against the royals tomorrow afternoon.and that is sports... now back to you. ( marty )and a reminder on next tuesday's parade for the golden state warriors, here's a look at the route. it starts on 11th and broadway... then loops around the north-west side of lake merritt... and ends with a rally at 13th and oak. the route is shorter than last year and there wont be a rally
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following the parade. if you won't be able to make it there... no worries. kron 4 will have live coverage of the warriors parade...next tuesday starting... at 10 a-m. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. sometimes,
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bipolar i disorder can make you feel unstoppable. but mania, such as unusual changes in your mood, activity or energy levels, can leave you on shaky ground. help take control by asking about your treatment options. vraylar is approved for the acute treatment of manic or mixed episodes of bipolar i disorder in adults. clinical studies showed that vraylar reduced overall manic symptoms. vraylar should not be used in elderly patients with dementia due to increased risk of death or stroke. call your doctor about fever, stiff muscles, or confusion, which may mean a life-threatening reaction, or uncontrollable muscle movements,
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which may be permanent. side effects may not appear for several weeks. high cholesterol and weight gain; high blood sugar, which can lead to coma or death; decreased white blood cells, which can be fatal; dizziness upon standing; falls; seizures; impaired judgment; heat sensitivity; and trouble swallowing may occur. you're more than just your bipolar i. ask your doctor about vraylar. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) ( marty ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)slight warming is forecast for sunday along with continued breezy conditions. robust warming is
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then expected on monday and tuesday as high pressure builds over california. temperatures are expected to return to near seasonal averages during the second half of next week.
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( marty ) president trump is in singapore this morning. he's setting an optimistic tone ahead of his tuesday meeting with north korean leader kim jong un. his outlook is positive and hopeful that he can reach an agreement that will lead to the reclusive nation's nuclear disarmament. reporter james dinan takes a look at the attitudes ahead of the historic meeting.(pkg) president trump: "so it's a one time, it's a one time shot, and i think it's going to work out very well." president trump has some high expectations for his upcoming summit with north korean leader kim jong un next week trump spoke to reporters in canada saturday, as he was preparing to depart the g7
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summit for the historic meeting in singapore.when asked if he thought the reclusive leader was serious about the negotiations, trump referenced his intuition that he says has made him a successful businessman president trump: "i think within the first minute i'll know. just my touch, my feel. that's what i do."((butt to)) "i think i'll know very quickly whether something good is going to happen or not. i also think i'll know whether or not it'll happen fast."the on-again, off-again, on-again meeting is set for tuesday and will be the first ever for a sitting u.s. president and a north korean leader. sources tell cnn that there is a plan in place for a possible second day of discussions, should the first go well.trump says he plans on bringing up "every issue" with kim, including human rights violations. but number one on the list is denuclearization.president trump: "this is a leader who really is an unknown personality" (((butt-to)))"i think he's going to surprise on the upside"(((butt-to)))"so we're going in with a positive outlook and i think we're going to come out, fine. but i've said it many times. who knows?"i'm james dinan, reportin ( marty ) san francisco police say a woman
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who was shot to death, may have been the victim of domestic violence. 34-year-old vanessa palma was shot thursday on mission street. she later died in the hospital. police say palma was killed by her husband...43-year-old robert riley. they believe riley fled after the shooting. he was last seen driving a white chrysler 300. the vehicle has the california license plate 7-u-a-b-8-3-1. riley is considered armed and dangerous. ( marty ) the san mateo county board of supervisors is calling for a ban on gun shows at the cow palace. this in the midst of a two-day gun show at the venue hosted by
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utah-based "crossroads of the west." just four days ago... county supervisors voted unanimously to support banning gun shows at the palace. the supervisors saying the state should not profit from the sales of guns.... and that the board has been urging the state to ban gun shows for 15 years. ( marty ) in the east bay... caltrans will close part of the caldecott tunnel for maintenance work starting this week. bore number four on westbound highway 24 will close monday through wednesday nights. the bore will be closed from 9:30 p.m. until four a.m. each day. the closure will allow workers to wash the inside of the tunnel. cal-trans says motorists should expect delays and allow extra time for the commute. ( marty ) after a change in policy and mandatory anti-bias training, starbucks changed how it deals with people who don't buy anything. philadelphia's police department also has new guidelines for its officers on how to work with those situations. david spunt has the story.
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capt. sekou kinebrew/philadelphia police: "it's always better to have more tools in your toolbox!" officials released a four page memorandum to officers friday, outlining how they are supposed to handle what's called a defiant trespass. it's when a person refuses to leave a privately owned business that's open to the public after being asked to leave. on april 12, two men were arrested at this rittenhouse square starbucks for not buying anything and refusing to leave. the arrests sparked outrage and starbucks held anti-bias training across the united states. the highlights of the new policy include deescalation of tensions with an offender. also, calling for a crisis officer and supervisor. bottom line: the department will not jump to an arrest unless multiple warnings and discussions don't work. capt. sekou kinebrew/philadel ( marty ) that was david spunt reporting. starbucks changed it's policy last month. the theme there is de-escalation. philadelphia mayor jim kenney praised the police department's new policy. ( marty )coming up after the break.... lava from the kileua
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volcano has destroyed more than 600 homes on hawaii's big island. we'll hear from the evacue who we're fortunate enough to return when we come back.
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really important stuff down to kapoho and it's all gone. and have come back here to kind of an empty house thinking wow it would have all still been here if i just hadn't moved anything. so its about detachment and also realizing that stuff is stuff. as special as it is, stuff is replaceable. kids and animals and friends and loved ones, that's what its all about." even with running water and electricity, the burrows ohana is considering leaving leilani estates out of concern for their health. due to the possibility that sulfur dioxide levels can change at any time, plus continuous falling ash.smiley burrows/resident"i still don't feel completely safe living in leiliani. so'm grateful to be here, but i thinwe're going relocate pretty soon and we'll stl have this home, thank god, and we'll just see how things happen." ( marty ) that was mileka lincoln
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reporting. coming up after the break... our health expert has a way to pay attention to extra pounds. she introduces a hunger scale after the break. live look outside... san francisco international airport.
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(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (dave)slight warming is forecast for sunday along with continued breezy conditions. robust warming is then expected on monday and tuesday as high pressure builds over california. temperatures are expectedto return to near seasonal averages during the second half of next week.
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born pounds.weight loss problem you may eat big green salads, bean soups, oatmeal and other whole grains, apples, salmon, and potatoes - all the healthy foods, but you still can't lose weight and worse yet, you may even tack on some pounds. here's why mindlyou're eating beyond being full, you're stuffed.á you've lost touch with when you're hungry and when you've had enough to eat.
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'reach and eat' behaviorreach and eat behavior is mindless eating. it's automatic. you eat without asking yourself, "am i hungry?" or "am i full?". 'reach and eat' triggers:á walking past a vendor on the streetá driving by a burger drive-throughá passing a bowl of candies or food samplesá walking into the office snack roomá gassing up your car at a gas station/convenience store
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use 'the hunger scale' to lose weight (a.k.a. how to stop dieting)losing weight requires two key fundamental habits:1. recognizing your own levels of hunger and fullness (satiety) 2. acting on your body's hunger and satiety signsthe plus side to using the hunger scaleyou decide what and how much to eat and cultivate a healthy relationship with food.
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instead of focusing on external cues (i.e., being told what you should eat), you get to focus on your own internal cues (i.e., your level of hunger/fullness, cravings).as a baby or toddler, you likely ate naturally when you were hungry, and stopped when you were comfortably full. use "the hunger scale" as an easy tool to help re-learn how to eat. master it, and you can lose weight without "dieting".
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the hunger scale(don't wait this long to eat)1 ravenous - "i'm starving!" dizzy, weak, nauseous, shaky. you're so hungry you'll eat anything.2 uncomfortably hungry - lots of stomach growling. you are over- hungry and pre-occupied with hunger. you're irritable, have low energy and a headache. feel like ordering everything on the menu.(eat now, then stop)3 very hungry - stomach is beginning to growl. you have hunger pangs. the urge to eat is strong.4 a little hungry - beginning to feel hungry. it's time to think about what to eat, but you can wait to eat.5 neither full nor hungry - "my mind is on things other than food."6 satisfied and light - "i could eat more but". pleasantly full.(stop eating before this point)7 full - slightly uncomfortable. you won't be hungry for 3 to 4 hours.8 very full - feeling stuffed. need to unbutton your pants. you don't want anything else. "i ate more than i needed to."9 very uncomfortably full - feel heavy. thanksgiving full. stomach aches.10 painfully full - binge fullness. so full you may feel sick.become reacquainted with your hunger and sati
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) ( marty ) comic book fans were on hand for the second day of san francisco comic con in oakland kron 4 viewer karen griego sent us these
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photos from the big event. thousands of people have turned out for previous comic cons held in the bay area. the comic book convention features exhibits, panels and performances. the comic book convention is taking place at the oakland convention center. it will finish up today. tickets are 40 dollars. ( dave )more sun and a little warmer as we gear up for another heat spike. your forecast is next ! (sara) coming up in the next hour... victims of the north bay wildfires... are destressing at the ballpark today... all thanks t just when you thought you were done painting... ...you discover paint bleed under your tape... not with frogtape! frogtape is the only painter's tape treated with patented paintblock technology. paintblock reacts with the water in latex paint to form a micro-barrier against paint bleed, giving you the sharpest lines possible.
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the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)slight warming is forecast for sunday along with continued breezy conditions. robust warming is then expected on monday and tuesday as high pressure builds over california. temperatures are expected to return to near seasonal averages during the second half of next week.
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(marty)s-f-p-d is investigating an officer involved shooting in north beach. it happened early saturday morning.. on grant avenue between green and vallejo street. kron4's ella sogomonian talked to witnesses and has the story. sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "there are a lot of unanswered questions as san francisco police have yet to reveal what led up to the chase that ended in a shooting."(nats)people pulled out their cell phones and shot video as police officers
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swarmed a north beach neighborhood in san francisco early saturday morning just after midnight.witnesses said a man running on grant avenue was shot by police at least twice on this sidewalk between tope and tupelo bars.sot: alex darrow, witness//"i came around the bar to get dishes and i stepped here and he was laying right in front of the window. first the cops were hand cuffing him and then the paramedics came and it was a bit of a scene."sfpd confirmed two officers started a pursuit on foot but haven't said what led up to the shooting.people were forced to stay inside the bar for about 2 hours as police roped off the street - then let them out 15 at a time checking id's and taking down reports.sot: alex darrow, witness//"there was everything from people freaking out,
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freaking out that they were trapped in the bar. someone actually kicked in the back door to the liquor room looking for a back exit after we told repeatedly everyone there was no back exit. some people could care less. there were a lot of people filming it."one witness claims they saw officers shoot the man in the back.sfpd hasn't confirmed that information.a tupelo employee said detectives reviewed their surveillence video but the vantage points didn't capture the shooting. ...while the tope bar's employees say cameras weren't working because of water damage from last week. witnesses described the suspect as a ( marty )a north bay lawmaker has a lot to say about the new cal fire report.it says p-g & e is responsible for most of the devastating northern california fires last fall. state senator jerry hill talked to kron four's hermela aregawi. cal fire blaming pg&e tonight for causing 8 more of the deadly fires ..that devastated parts of northern
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california last october. state senator jerry hill (d-san bruno):unfortunately i was not susprised because i expect this based on what i had seen and learned over the last six months. state senator jerry hill helped lead the effort to convict and fine pg&e in the 2010 san bruno explosion. state senator jerry hill (d-san bruno):pg&e had diverted 500-million dollars from safety,rom maintenance, from operations to and diverted to bonuses and incentives for executives, that they had not done the mainteance that was necessary, had not done the proper testing, they neglected the system. and that is what investigators say is the case with the fires.they say.. 11 out of the 16 that have been fully investigated... started because of damaged pg&e power lines and equipment. state senator jerry hill (d-san bruno):pg& e is going out of their way right now in sacramento trying to convince everyone that there is a new normal, that the narrative has changed, that now we have a common problem of climate change that is causing these fires. climate change did not start a fire, it doesn's start fires a fire has to be ignited by something, a spark somewhere. and if pg& e is
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negligent allowing and causing that spark, they should be responsible for the cost of that fire. (hermela aregawi)in the san bruno explosion, pg&e was convicted of a felony and fined 1.6 billion dollars.the latest cal fire report alleges the company violated state law and they've passed on that information to each county's district attorney.that could mean future charges, convictions and more fines for the gas and electric company. in the newsroom hermela aregawi kron 4 news ( marty )today victim's of those north bay fires are taking some time to get their minds off rebuilding. the oakland a's gave over 3- thousand free tickets to wildfire victims... for a day at the ballpark. kron 4's sara stinson joins us now live at the coliseum with the details. sara? marty - today is called "north
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bay day" it's all about treating the ople w lived through the brutal nortba fires.the a's are not ly oviding free tickets to over three thousand north bay residents.but there will also be a pre-game ceremony with the oakland fire department who will serve as the color guard.a fan affcted by the fires will also throw the first pitch.this day also serves as firefigher apperciation day recognizing the hard work of first responders during fires last year.if you are a firefighter you can get a free ticket on the athletics site - those who attend will get an a's firefighter day t shirt.we look forward to talking to some of the north bay first responders and the residents who survived the fires.the game starts at one this afternoon. live in oakland, sara stinson, kron 4 news.
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thanks sara. we'll check back with you in the next hour. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... there's a new leader in the race for san francisco mayor. we give you an update on the vote count and tell you who's now in the lead. ( marty )plus... president trump is feeling optimistic about tuesdays summit with north korean leader... kim jong un. we'll find out why. ( marty )and... the latest red flag about plastic pollution in the oceans. one whale swallowed 18 pounds of plastic trash -- including 80 plastic bags. (ácommercialá) please keep your shoes on! stop messing with your sister! hey! hey! don't make me come back there!
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thailand last week had nearly 20 pounds of plastic in its stomach. that is the latest red flag about plastic pollution... and its affect on marine life. the u-n says if pollution levels continue to rise in the next 30 years, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. researchers say marine life often can't tell the difference between plastic trash and food. scientists estimate eight million tons of plastic enter the ocean every year.
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look at yosemite falls this morning. ( marty ) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)slight warming is forecast for sunday along with continued breezy conditions. robust warming is then expected on monday and tuesday as high pressure
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builds over california. temperatures are expected to return to near seasonal averages during the second half of next week.
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( marty ) london breed is now ahead of mark leno in the race to become san francisco's next mayor. the latest numbers show breed ahead by 4-hundred-98 votes. on friday, leno was in the lead by 1-hundred-44 votes. the
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department of elections is still counting about 42- thousand ballots. you can track the latest developments on our website... kron4.com ( marty )a new poll shows the majority of bay area voters, disagree with the government's immigration crackdown. of the one-thousand people surveyed by the bay area council, 55-percent disagree, 28-percent are in favor of the crackdown and 17-percent are undecided. the study comes at a time where the trump administration is being slammed for losing track of 15-hundred children, and separating immigrants from their families. < :05 cheering>( marty )the golden state warriors are waking up at home this morning. the nba champions arrived in oakland saturday afternoon... along with their championship trophy. kron4's gayle ong was there with warriors fans to welcome the heroes home.
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afternoon. the plane landed just after four and they were greeted by adoring fans.">no need for game 7 a day after the warriors' historic sweep of lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers steph curry and kevin durant walked off the delta airline flight.curry hoisting the larry o'brien trophydurant with the m-v-p.. the team was greeted by members of the warriors front office on the tarmac..fans waited outside the gates for hours hoping to catch a glimpse of the players.. some even bringing out the brooms
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sweep, let's go warriors! we did it! thank you for this golden opportunity, champs again, number one!.">
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the golden state warriors are back in the bay area. back to back champions who have won the championship three out of the last four years.they touched down saturday afternoon around 3:30...the first two players off of the plane were stephen curry with the larry o' brien trophy and kevin durant with his finals mvp trophy. they were greeted
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by dozens of warriors fans. you can see it in this shot but as their plane taxi'd to the terminal there were fire trucks blasting water into the air in celebration of the warriors arriving back home.in case you missed it this is what the trophy presentation looked like in cleveland last night. all smiles from the warriors players. head coach steve kerr said it was fitting that the team played their best game of the entire playoffs last night to end the season. certainly good times on the court... and good times in the locker room. it was a
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champagne party as the players doused each other and even got the camera pretty we with champagne. the team will have a couple more days to celebrate before the big parade in oakland on tuesday. that parade starts at 11 a.m. and more than a million people are expected. folks can start lining up on the parade route as early as 6:30 in the morning. a reminder there is no rally after the parade. the team will have an interactive part of the parade that can be seen online. in other sports news saturday the san francisco giants were in action trying to win their
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( marty )and a reminder on next tuesday's parade for the golden state warriors, here's a look at the route. it starts on 11th and broadway... then loops around the north-west side of lake merritt... and ends with a rally at 13th and oak. the route is shorter than last year and there wont be a rally following the parade. if you won't be able to make it there... no worries. kron 4 will have live coverage of the warriors parade...next tuesday starting... at 10 a-m. live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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life, lived victor's way. chase. make more of what's yours. if you're looking for anon for incredible selection of the brands you love, this season's newest trends for a fraction of what you'd pay at department stores, ♪ you gotta go to ross ( marty ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has
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your forecast... (dave)slight warming is forecast for sunday along with continued breezy conditions. robust warming is then expected on monday and tuesday as high pressure builds over california. temperatures are expected to return to near seasonal averages during the second half of next week.
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( marty ) president trump is in singapore this morning. he's setting an optimistic tone ahead of his tuesday meeting with north korean leader kim jong un. his outlook is positive and hopeful that he can reach an agreement that will lead to the reclusive nation's nuclear disarmament. reporter james dinan takes a look at the attitudes ahead of the historic meeting.(pkg) president trump: "so it's a one time, it's a one time shot, and i think it's going to work out very well." president trump has some high expectations for his upcoming summit with north korean leader kim jong un next week trump spoke to reporters in canada saturday, as he was preparing to depart the g7 summit for the historic meeting in singapore.when
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asked if he thought the reclusive leader was serious about the negotiations, trump referenced his intuition that he says has made him a successful businessman president trump: "i think within the first minute i'll know. just my touch, my feel. that's what i do."((butt to)) "i think i'll know very quickly whether something good is going to happen or not. i also think i'll know whether or not it'll happen fast."the on-again, off-again, on-again meeting is set for tuesday and will be the first ever for a sitting u.s. president and a north korean leader. sources tell cnn that there is a plan in place for a possible second day of discussions, should the first go well.trump says he plans on bringing up "every issue" with kim, including human rights violations. but number one on the list is denuclearization.president trump: "this is a leader who really is an unknown personality" (((butt-to)))"i think he's going to surprise on the upside"(((butt-to)))"so we're going in with a positive outlook and i think we're going to come out, fine. but i've said it many times. who knows?"i'm james dinan, reporting.
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( marty ) san francisco police say a woman who was shot to death, may have been the victim of domestic violence. 34-year-old vanessa palma was shot thursday on mission street. she later died in the hospital. police say palma was killed by her husband...43-year-old robert riley. they believe riley fled after the shooting. he was last seen driving a white chrysler 300. the vehicle has the california license plate 7-u-a-b-8-3-1. riley is considered armed and dangerous. ( marty ) the san mateo county board of supervisors is calling for a ban on gun shows at the cow palace. this in the midst of a two-day gun show at the venue hosted by utah-based "crossroads of the west." just four days ago... county supervisors
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voted unanimously to support banning gun shows at the palace. the supervisors saying the state should not profit from the sales of guns.... and that the board has been urging the state to ban gun shows for 15 years. ( marty ) in the east bay... caltrans will close part of the caldecott tunnel for maintenance work starting this week. bore number four on westbound highway 24 will close monday through wednesday nights. the bore will be closed from 9:30 p.m. until four a.m. each day. the closure will allow workers to wash the inside of the tunnel. cal-trans says motorists should expect delays and allow extra time for the commute. ( marty ) after a change in policy and mandatory anti-bias training, starbucks changed how it deals with people who don't buy anything. philadelphia's police department also has new guidelines for its officers on how to work with those situations. david spunt has the story. capt. sekou kinebrew/philadelphia police:
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"it's always better to have more tools in your toolbox!" officials released a four page memorandum to officers friday, outlining how they are supposed to handle what's called a defiant trespass. it's when a person refuses to leave a privately owned business that's open to the public after being asked to leave. on april 12, two men were arrested at this rittenhouse square starbucks for not buying anything and refusing to leave. the arrests sparked outrage and starbucks held anti-bias training across the united states. the highlights of the new policy include deescalation of tensions with an offender. also, calling for a crisis intervention ( marty )that was david spunt reporting. starbucks changed it's policy last month. the theme there is de-escalation. philadelphia mayor jim kenney praised the police department's new policy. ( marty ) a home depot employee in florida was attacked by a customer's pet
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monkey earlier this week. marilyn howard says she was taking a break outside when the monkey, attached to a leash and wearing a diaper, walked up to her. she says it was friendly at first but got spooked by the sliding glass doors....jumped on howard and bit her on her back and twice on her arm. ( marty ) the owner showed up and was able to get the monkey under control. one of howard's wounds is infected but the others are healing fine. she says she doesn't blame the monkey and hopes it is not euthanized. ( marty )coming up after the break.... lava from the kileua volcano has destroyed more than 600 homes on hawaii's big island. we'll hear from the evacuees who we're fortunate enough to return when we come back. live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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( marty ) lava from the kilauea volcano has destroyed more than 600 homes on hawaii's big island. now, community members are working to build temporary shelters. some residents who were evacuated are being allowed to return. mileka lincoln visited one family who is back home... for now. smiley burrows/resident"the plume comes from behind the house at night and it sounds like a jet engine. and then of course its been raining rocks." it's been an adjustment for burrows and her ohana to return to their home on kula street.they say its a huge blessing to come back to four walls and a roof that hasn't been covered by lava.but the house itself is mostly empty. smiley burrows/resident"i actually brought all of my really important stuff down to kapoho and it's all gone. and have come back here to kind of an empty house thinking wow it would have all still been here if i just hadn't moved
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anything. so its about detachment and also realizing that stuff is stuff. as special as it is, stuff is replaceable. kids and animals and friends and loved ones, that's what its all about." even with running water and electricity, the burrows ohana is considering leaving leilani estates out of concern for their health. due to the possibility that sulfur dioxide levels can change at any time, plus continuous falling ash.smiley burrows/resident"i still don't feel completely safe living in leiliani. so i'm grateful to be here, but i think we're going to relocate pretty soon and we'll still have this home, thank god, and we'll just see how things happen." ( marty ) that was mileka lincoln reporting.
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(dave)slight warming is forecast for sunday along with continued breezy conditions. robust warming is then expected on monday and tuesday as high pressure builds over california. temperatures are expected to return to near seasonal averages during the second half of next week.
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born pounds.weight loss problem you may eat big green salads, bean soups, oatmeal and other whole grains, apples, salmon, and potatoes - all the healthy
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foods, but you still can't lose weight and worse yet, you may even tack on some pounds. here's why mindlyou're eating beyond being full, you're stuffed.á you've lost touch with when you're hungry and when you've had enough to eat. 'reach and eat' behaviorreach and eat behavior is mindless eating. it's automatic. you eat without asking yourself, "am i hungry?" or "am i full?". 'reach and eat' triggers:á walking past a vendor on the streetá driving by a burger drive-throughá passing a bowl of candies or food samplesá walking into the office snack roomá gassing up your car at a gas station/convenience store use 'the hunger scale' to lose weight (a.k.a. how to stop
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dieting)losing weight requires two key fundamental habits:1. recognizing your own levels of hunger and fullness (satiety) 2. acting on your body's hunger and satiety signsthe plus side to using the hunger scaleyou decide what and how much to eat and cultivate a healthy relationship with food. instead of focusing on external cues (i.e., being told what you should eat), you get to focus on your own internal cues (i.e., your level of hunger/fullness, cravings).as a baby or toddler, you likely ate naturally when you were hungry, and stopped when you were comfortably full. use "the hunger scale" as an easy tool to help re-learn how to eat. master it, and you can lose weight without "dieting".
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the hunger scale(don't wait this long to eat)1 ravenous - "i'm starving!" dizzy, weak, nauseous, shaky. you're so hungry you'll eat anything.2 uncomfortably hungry - lots of stomach growling. you are over- hungry and pre-occupied with hunger. you're irritable, have low energy and a headache. feel like ordering everything on the menu.(eat now, then stop)3 very hungry - stomach is beginning to growl. you have hunger pangs. the urge to eat is strong.4 a little hungry - beginning to feel hungry. it's time to think about what to eat, but you can wait to eat.5 neither full nor hungry - "my mind is on things other than food."6 satisfied
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and light - "i could eat more but". pleasantly full.(stop eating before this point)7 full - slightly uncomfortable. you won't be hungry for 3 to 4 hours.8 very full - feeling stuffed. need to unbutton your pants. you don't want anything else. "i ate more than i needed to."9 very uncomfortably full - feel heavy. thanksgiving full. stomach aches.10 painfully full - binge fullness. so full you may feel sick.become reacquainted with your hunger and sati
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maybe not. maybe you could trust you won't have to actually talk to your neighbor. are you watching the game tonight? or... ...you could just trust duracell. ♪ ( marty ) comic book fans were on hand for the second day of san francisco comic con in oakland kron 4 viewer karen griego sent us these photos from the big event.
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thousands of people have turned out for previous comic cons held in the bay area. the comic book convention features exhibits, panels and performances. the convention is taking place at the oakland convention center. it will finish up today. tickets are 40 dollars. ( dave )more sun and a little warmer as we gear up for another heat spike. your forecast is next ! (sara) coming up in the next hour... victims the next hour... victims of the north bay wildfires... are destressing at the ballpark today... all thanks to the oakland a's
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look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)slight warming is forecast for sunday along with continued breezy conditions. robust warming is then expected on monday and tuesday as high pressure builds over california. temperatures are expected to return to near seasonal averages during the second half of next week. (marty) s-f-p-d is investigating an
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officer involved shooting in north beach. it happened early saturday morning.. on grant avenue between green and vallejo street. kron4's ella sogomonian talked to witnesses and has the story. sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "there are a
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lot of unanswered questions as san francisco police have yet to reveal what led up to the chase that ended in a shooting."(nats)people pulled out their cell phones and shot video as police officers swarmed a north beach neighborhood in san francisco early saturday morning just after midnight.witnesses said a man running on grant avenue was shot by police at least twice on this sidewalk between tope and tupelo bars.sot: alex darrow, witness//"i came around the bar to get dishes and i stepped here and he was laying right in front of the window. first the cops were hand cuffing him and then the paramedics came and it was a bit of a scene."sfpd confirmed two officers started a pursuit on foot but haven't said what led up to the shooting.people were forced to stay inside the bar for about 2 hours as police roped off the street - then let them out 15 at a time checking id's and taking down reports.sot: alex darrow, witness//"there was everything from people freaking out, freaking out that they were trapped in the bar. someone actually kicked in the back door to the liquor room
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looking for a back exit after we told repeatedly everyone there was no back exit. some people could care less. there were a lot of people filming it."one witness claims they saw officers shoot the man in the back.sfpd hasn't confirmed that information.a tupelo employee said detectives reviewed their surveillence video but the vantage points didn't capture the shooting. ...while the tope bar's employees say cameras weren't working because of water damage from last week. witnesses described the suspect as a tall heavy set man, bald, with a lot of tattoos...they say a gun lay on the ground for three hours during the investigation. police confirm a firearm was recovered but didn't specify who's it was.the man officers shot was taken to zuckerberg general hospital with life threatening injuries.sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "the police department issued a statement saying more information will be released when it's available and a town hall meeting will be held within ten days. in san francisco ella sogomonian kron4 news." ( marty )cal fire is blaming p-g-and-e for causing most of
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the deadly north bay fires. those fires devastated parts of northern california last october.north bay senator, jerry hill helped lead the effort to convict and fine pg&e in the 20-10 san bruno explosion. he had a lot to say about about cal fire report. hill says he is not surprised based off what he's seen and learned... over the last 6 months. ( marty )in the san bruno explosion, pg&e was fined one and a half billion dollars. the latest cal fire report concludes pg&e violated state law. the report has been delivered to district attorneys in each affected county. ( marty )today victim's of those north bay fires are taking some time to get their minds off rebuilding. the
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oakland a's gave over 3- thousand free tickets to wildfire victims... for a day at the ballpark. kron 4's sara stinson joins us now live at the coliseum with the details. sara? marty - today is called "north bay day" it's all about treating the people who lived through the brutal north bay fires.the a's are not only providing free tickets to over three thousand north bay residents.but there will also be a pre-game ceremony with the oakland fire department who will serve as the color guard.a fan affcted by the fires will also throw the first pitch.this day also serves as firefigher apperciation day recognizing the hard work of first responders during fires last year.if you are a firefighter you can get a free ticket on the athletics site - those who attend will get an a's firefighter day t shirt.we look forward to talking to some of the north bay first responders and the residents who survived the fires.the game starts at one this afternoon. live in oakland, sara stinson, kron 4 news.
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thanks sara. we'll check back with you in the next hour. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... there's a new leader in the race for san francisco mayor. we give you an update on the vote count and tell you who's now in the lead. ( marty )plus... president trump is feeling optimistic about tuesdays summit with north korean leader... kim jong un. we'll find out why. ( marty )and... the latest red flag about plastic pollution in the oceans. one whale
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swallowed 18 pounds of plastic trash -- including 80 plastic bags.
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reakáá) ( marty )officials found that a pilot whale that died in thailand last week had nearly 20 pounds of plastic in its stomach. that is the latest red flag about plastic pollution... and its affect on marine life. the u-n says if pollution levels continue to rise in the next 30 years, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. researchers say marine life often can't tell the difference between plastic trash and food. scientists estimate eight million tons of plastic enter the ocean every year.
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bags to the supermarket. ( marty )swedish furniture giant... ikea... says it will stop using all single-use plastic products in its shops and restaurants by 20-20. that includes plastic straws, plates, cups, and garbage bags. in two years, ikea is aiming to use only renewable energy, and only renewable and recycled materials in its products. the company also wants to make its home deliveries zero emission by 20- 25. ( dave )more sun and a little warmer as we gear up for another heat spike. your forecast is next !
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( marty ) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)slight warming is forecast for sunday along with continued breezy conditions. robust warming is then expected on monday and tuesday as high pressure builds over california. temperatures are expected to return to near seasonal averages during the second half of next week.
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( marty ) london breed is now ahead of mark leno in the race to become san francisco's next mayor. the latest numbers show breed ahead by 4-hundred-98 votes. on friday, leno was in the lead by 1-hundred-44 votes. the department of elections is still counting about 42- thousand ballots. you can track the latest developments on our website... kron4.com ( marty )a new poll shows the majority of bay area voters, disagree with the government's immigration crackdown. of the one-thousand people
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surveyed by the bay area council, 55-percent disagree, 28-percent are in favor of the crackdown and 17-percent are undecided. the study comes at a time where the trump administration is being slammed for losing track of 15-hundred children, and separating immigrants from their families. < :05 cheering>( marty )the golden state warriors are waking up at home this morning. the nba champions arrived in oakland saturday afternoon... along with their championship trophy. kron4's gayle ong was there with warriors fans to welcome the heroes home. no need for game 7 a day after the warriors' historic sweep of lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers steph curry and kevin durant walked off
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the delta airline flight.curry hoisting the larry o'brien trophydurant with the m-v-p.. the team was greeted by members of the warriors front office on the tarmac..fans waited outside the gates for hours hoping to catch a glimpse of the players.. some even bringing out the brooms
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( marty ) here's a look at the route for next tuesday's parade. it starts on 11th and broadway... then loops around the north-west side of lake merritt... and ends with a rally at 13th and oak. the route is shorter than last year and there wont be a rally following the parade. if you won't be able to make it there... no worries. kron 4 will have live coverage of the warriors parade...next tuesday starting... at 10 a-m. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... now that the n-b-a finals are over, baseball takes center stage. the giants and a's are both in action. we've got the highlights coming up. live look outside... richmond bridge ( marty ) here's a live look at kirkwood this morning...
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♪ you gotta go to ross (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) the golden state warriors are back in the bay area. back to back champions who have won the championship three out of the last four years.they touched down saturday afternoon around 3:30...the first two players off of the plane were stephen curry with the larry o' brien trophy and kevin durant with his finals mvp trophy. they were greeted by dozens of warriors fans. you can see it in this shot but as their plane taxi'd to the terminal there were fire trucks blasting water into the air in celebration of the warriors arriving back home.in case you missed it this is what the trophy presentation looked like in cleveland last night. all smiles from the warriors players. head coach
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steve kerr said it was fitting that the team played their best game of the entire playoffs last night to end the season. certainly good times on the court... and good times in the locker room. it was a champagne party as the players doused each other and even got the camera pretty we with champagne. the team will have a couple more days to celebrate before the big parade in oakland on tuesday. that parade starts at 11 a.m. and more than a million people are expected. folks can start lining up on the parade route as early as 6:30 in the morning. a reminder there is no rally after the parade. the team will have an interactive part of the parade that can be seen online. in other sports news saturday the san francisco giants were in action trying to win their
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third in a row in washington. exciting start to the game as the washington capitals who just won the stanley cup showed off their trophy to start the game. they then threw out the first pitch. bottom of the second....giants already down three to nothing and matt adams rips this ball. that is a shot to deep right center. two runs would score. nationals up 5 to nothing. top of the third...here come the giants. nick hundley at the plate...hundley says good day and good bye....three run home run. five to three giants. washington though...just too much for the giants...bryce harper sends this ball ( marty )and a reminder on next tuesday's parade for the golden state warriors, here's a look at the route. it starts on 11th and broadway...
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then loops around the north-west side of lake merritt... and ends with a rally at 13th and oak. the route is shorter than last year and there wont be a rally following the parade. if you won't be able to make it there... no worries. kron 4 will have live coverage of the warriors parade...next tuesday starting... at 10 a-m. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. (ácommercialá) deal talk. right now, you can get my spicy chicken club combo with fries and a drink in one delicious deal. that's amazing, jack! hey, thanks, stanley. ow. ...wait, what's happening? stanley! you're deflating! hold me, jack! try my new spicy chicken club combo today.
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get my new spicy chicken club combo with a spicy, crispy chicken breast, hickory-smoked bacon, and melted cheese on toasted sourdough, plus fries and a drink, in one delicious deal. all that in one deal? well, tickle my elbow! no thank you. try my spicy chicken club combo today. ( marty ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)slight warming is forecast for sunday along with
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continued breezy conditions. robust warming is then expected on monday and tuesday as high pressure builds over california. temperatures are expected to return to near seasonal averages during the second half of next week.
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( marty ) president trump is in singapore this morning. he's setting an optimistic tone ahead of his tuesday meeting with north korean leader kim jong un. his outlook is positive and hopeful that he can reach an agreement that will lead to the reclusive nation's nuclear disarmament. reporter james dinan takes a look at the attitudes ahead of the historic meeting.(pkg) president trump: "so it's a one time, it's a one time shot, and i think it's going to work out very well." president trump has some high expectations for his upcoming summit with north korean leader kim jong un next week trump spoke to reporters in canada saturday, as he was
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preparing to depart the g7 summit for the historic meeting in singapore.when asked if he thought the reclusive leader was serious about the negotiations, trump referenced his intuition that he says has made him a successful businessman president trump: "i think within the first minute i'll know. just my touch, my feel. that's what i do."((butt to)) "i think i'll know very quickly whether something good is going to happen or not. i also think i'll know whether or not it'll happen fast."the on-again, off-again, on-again meeting is set for tuesday and will be the first ever for a sitting u.s. president and a north korean leader. sources tell cnn that there is a plan in place for a possible second day of discussions, should the first go well.trump says he plans on bringing up "every issue" with kim, including human rights violations. but number one on the list is denuclearization.president trump: "this is a leader who really is an unknown personality" (((butt-to)))"i think he's going to surprise on the upside"(((butt-to)))"so we're going in with a positive outlook and i think we're going to come out, fine. but i've said it many times. who
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knows?"i'm james dinan, reporting. ( marty ) san francisco police say a woman who was shot to death, may have been the victim of domestic violence. 34-year-old vanessa palma was shot thursday on mission street. she later died in the hospital. police say palma was killed by her husband...43-year-old robert riley. they believe riley fled after the shooting. he was last seen driving a white chrysler 300. the vehicle has the california license plate 7-u-a-b-8-3-1. riley is considered armed and dangerous. ( marty ) the san mateo county board of supervisors is calling for a ban on gun shows at the cow palace. this in the midst of a two-day gun show at the venue hosted by utah-based "crossroads of the west." just four days ago... county supervisors
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voted unanimously to support banning gun shows at the palace. the supervisors saying the state should not profit from the sales of guns.... and that the board has been urging the state to ban gun shows for 15 years. ( marty ) in the east bay... caltrans will close part of the caldecott tunnel for maintenance work starting this week. bore number four on westbound highway 24 will close monday through wednesday nights. the bore will be closed from 9:30 p.m. until four a.m. each day. the closure will allow workers to wash the inside of the tunnel. cal-trans says motorists should expect delays and allow extra time for the commute. ( marty ) after a change in policy and mandatory anti-bias training, starbucks changed how it deals with people who don't buy anything. philadelphia's police department also has new guidelines for its officers on how to work with those situations. david spunt has the story. capt. sekou kinebrew/philadelphia police: "it's always better to have more tools in your toolbox!"
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officials released a four page memorandum to officers friday, outlining how they are supposed to handle what's called a defiant trespass. it's when a person refuses to leave a privately owned business that's open to the public after being asked to leave. on april 12, two men were arrested at this rittenhouse square starbucks for not buying anything and refusing to leave. the arrests sparked outrage and starbucks held anti-bias training across the united states. the highlights of the new policy include deescalation of tensions with an offender. also, calling for a crisis ( marty )that was david spunt reporting. starbucks changed it's policy last month. the theme there is de-escalation. philadelphia mayor jim kenney praised the police department's w policy. ( marty ) a home depot employee in florida was attacked by a customer's pet monkey earlier this week. marilyn howard says she was
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taking a break outside when the monkey, attached to a leash and wearing a diaper, walked up to her. she says it was friendly at first but got spooked by the sliding glass doors....jumped on howard and bit her on her back and twice on her arm. ( marty ) the owner showed up and was able to get the monkey under control. one of howard's wounds is infected but the others are healing fine. she says she doesn't blame the monkey and hopes it is not euthanized. ( marty )coming up after the break.... lava from the kileua volcano has destroyed more than 600 homes on hawaii's big island. we'll hear from the evacuees who we're fortunate enough to return when we come back. live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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lava from the kilauea volcano has destroyed more than 600 homes on hawaii's big island. now, community members are working to build temporary shelters. some residents who were evacuated are being allowed to return. mileka lincoln visited one family who is back home... for now. smiley burrows/resident"the plume comes from behind the house at night and it sounds like a jet engine. and then of course its been raining rocks." it's been an adjustment for burrows and her ohana to return to their home on kula street.they say its a huge blessing to come back to four walls and a roof that hasn't been covered by lava.but the house itself is mostly empty. smiley burrows/resident"i actually brought all of my really important stuff down to kapoho and it's all gone. and have come back here to kind of an empty house thinking wow it would have all still been here if i just hadn't moved anything. so its about
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detachment and also realizing that stuff is stuff. as special as it is, stuff is replaceable. kids and animals and friends and loved ones, that's what its all about." even with running water and electricity, the burrows ohana is considering leaving leilani estates out of concern for their health. due to the possibility that sulfur dioxide levels can change at any time, plus continuous falling ash.smiley burrows/resident"i still don't feel completely safe living in leiliani. so i'm grateful to be here, but i think we're going to relocate pretty soon and we'll still have this home, thank god, and we'll just see how things happen." ( marty ) that was mileka lincoln reporting. coming up after the break... our health expert has a way to pay attention to extra pounds. she introduces a hunger scale after the break.
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live look outside... san francisco international airport. ( marty ) here's a live look at kirkwood this morning... (ácommercialá) something incredible is coming
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(dave)slight warming is forecast for sunday along with continued breezy conditions. robust warming is then expected on monday and tuesday as high pressure builds over california. temperatures are expected to return to near seasonal averages during the second half of next week.
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born pounds.weight loss problem you may eat big green salads, bean soups, oatmeal and other whole grains, apples, salmon,
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and potatoes - all the healthy foods, but you still can't lose weight and worse yet, you may even tack on some pounds. here's why mindlyou're eating beyond being full, you're stuffed.á you've lost touch with when you're hungry and when you've had enough to eat. 'reach and eat' behaviorreach and eat behavior is mindless eating. it's automatic. you eat without asking yourself, "am i hungry?" or "am i full?". 'reach and eat' triggers:á
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walking past a vendor on the streetá driving by a burger drive-throughá passing a bowl of candies or food samplesá walking into the office snack roomá gassing up your car at a gas station/convenience store use 'the hunger scale' to lose weight (a.k.a. how to stop dieting)losing weight requires two key fundamental habits:1. recognizing your own levels of hunger and fullness (satiety) 2. acting on your body's hunger and satiety signsthe
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plus side to using the hunger scaleyou decide what and how much to eat and cultivate a healthy relationship with food. instead of focusing on external cues (i.e., being told what you should eat), you get to focus on your own internal cues (i.e., your level of hunger/fullness, cravings).as a baby or toddler, you likely ate naturally when you were hungry, and stopped when you were comfortably full. use "the hunger scale" as an easy tool to help re-learn how to
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eat. master it, and you can lose weight without "dieting". the hunger scale(don't wait this long to eat)1 ravenous - "i'm starving!" dizzy, weak, nauseous, shaky. you're so hungry you'll eat anything.2 uncomfortably hungry - lots of stomach growling. you are over- hungry and pre-occupied with hunger. you're irritable, have low energy and a headache. feel like ordering everything on the menu.(eat now, then stop)3 very hungry - stomach
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is beginning to growl. you have hunger pangs. the urge to eat is strong.4 a little hungry - beginning to feel hungry. it's time to think about what to eat, but you can wait to eat.5 neither full nor hungry - "my mind is on things other than food."6 satisfied and light - "i could eat more but". pleasantly full.(stop eating before this point)7 full - slightly uncomfortable. you won't be hungry for 3 to 4 hours.8 very full - feeling
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stuffed. need to unbutton your pants. you don't want anything else. "i ate more than i needed to."9 very uncomfortably full - feel heavy. thanksgiving full. stomach aches.10 painfully full - binge fullness. so full you may feel sick.become reacquainted with your hunger and sati
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( marty ) take a look at this... a fisherman in texas reeled in an eight-foot long, four-hundred pound bull shark. wesley myers was packing up when he decided to throw his rod in one more time. and moments later... myers had a bite. it took him two hours to find out what was on the other end of the
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line myers says this is a fish story he will never forget. ( marty ) after catching the monster, myers released the bull shark back into the water. experts say these sharks can swim in freshwater and are often found in high-population coastal areas. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ... and tonight for kron 4 news at eight.
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