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tv   KRON 4 Early News  KRON  June 19, 2018 4:00am-7:01am PDT

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(robin) good morning and thanks for joining us for the kron 4 morning news.im robin winston. lets start this morning with a check on weather and traffic. (anny hong): temperatures will warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected
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from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas. no major hot no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.
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(robin) the situation at the (robin) the situation at the u.s.- mexico border is causing intense concern around the world. many calling the new "zero tolerance" policy towards undocumented immigrants heartbreaking. meantime... the department of homeland security is refusing to stop the practice ... and claims the problem was created by the democrats.. kron 4's ali reid has the
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story. d-h-s defends the border separations and detentions.and say it will continue to enforce the law enacted by congress.as video of detainees in cages emerge ... children cry after being separated from their parents.the president has the full authority to stop the separation of children from their parents. it's his attorney general jeff sessions that announced the policy in april of zero tolerancethat means criminally prosecuting anyone that crosses the border illegally.those 2 things are unprecendented. no other president has allowed that to happencritics are calling on president trump to stop the practice ... he blames it on the democrats.president trump: "if democrats would sit down instead of obstructing we could have something done very quickly - good for the children, good for the country, good for the world." released today .... child: "daddy!""daddy! daddy!"audio recorded at a detention facility ... "mommy!"children crying ... after being separated at the u.s.-mexico border.the department of
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homeland security secretary .... defending the policy. kirstjen nielsen / u.s. secretary of homeland security claiming these children and their parents are treated inhumanely is not true and completely disrespects the hard-working men and women at the office of refugee resettlement. the trump administration has the power to end the separations by shifting its policy. and on capitol hill, members from both parties are calling on the president to step in. rep. will hurd, (r) texas:"i don't think separating a kid from their mommy will prevent terrorists or drugs from coming into our country. how do the parents know where the kids are?"rep. mark pocan / -d- wisconsin: "you don't think a child who is in this facility who has a 6 by 10 living area - by the way a supermax prison cell is 8 by 12 - a six by ten area and you get out two hours a day? that to i think a child 10 years old is a prison."the white house says the goal of the border policy is to deter illegal border crossings --- one of those alleged crossings turning deadly sunday. but those who oppose the harsh law say ...we shouldn't forget these people that are coming are fleeing some pretty bad violence. domestic, gang and cartel violence.according to the d-h-s, at least two- thousand immigrant children were separated from their families between april and may, under the new "zero tolerance" policy.president trump is scheduled to talk immigration with congressional republicans on tuesday. border detention could possibly be part of the conversation.pam ....
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(robin) that was kron4's ali reid reporting. (robin) in an audio recording... you can hear children crying for their parents after being separated at the border. the investigative non-profit group "pro-publica" says the audio was recorded at a detention facility last week. the children you are about to hear are between 4 and 10 years old. (robin)(robin) (robin) homeland security
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secretary kirstjen nielsen says she has ánot heard the audio... but says the children are being treated humanely. (robin) u.s. senator dianne feinstein issued a statement saying in part -- "there's no law requiring the separation of families. president trump could end this immoral policy today. if he won't, congress must act." (robin) in the north bay... the santa rosa fire department is investigating several suspicious brush fires. over the weekend, firefighters answered a number of calls for brush fires. kron 4's terisa estacio talked to firefighters and has the story.
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terisa estacio, reporting, santa rosa. i am in this neighborhood off of dutton in santa rosa, and right over there,is the santa rosa creek trail at dutton avenue... sgt. marcus sprague, santa rosa police dept. this is where one of the fires occurred right off of road along and second one just down 50 yards on the trail. we had a total of 13 fires and now looking for the publics help. sgt. marcus sprague with the santa rosa police department on these suspicious fires over the weekend. sgt. sprague. what is your biggest concern? it is getting drier. we live here, we don't want another big fire storm. we are just starting to rebuild. the sgt. says so far, their evidence points to someone or several people on bicyles. sgt. sprague. no indication of tools, but probably someone on a bike. please call if you were out saturday night around midnight. as for motive, sgt sprague says it is difficult to understand how anyone could act out like this... given the widespread devastation including the many people killed in the fires back in the fall. sgt. sprague. i can't imagine. motiviation. there is a 2500 dollar reward being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect or suspects. in santa rosa,
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terisa estacio kron four news. ### (robin)(robin) (robin) state lawmakers are talking about potential policy changes on how harassment cases are handled at the capitol. a survey, involving workers in the legislature found that capitol employees are dealing
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with more harassment than those working in the district offices. lawmakers now have a draft plan to address the problem. anit includes creating an independent panel of experts to look at the cases... then make recommendations to the legislature. (robin) the sub- committee on sexual harassment prevention and response is expected to meet again on thursday ... to vote on the recommendations.. (robin) in the east bay... police in hercules are looking for two men who robbed a home depot twice in less than a week. kron 4's charles clifford has the story. the hercules police department says police the hercules police department says that back on june 12th officers responded to home depot on
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reports of someone stealing power tools just before 930 in the morning. the suspect were described as african american adult males and surveillance video from the store shows at least one of the men carrying several large items as he leaves the building without paying.witnesses reported that the suspects were driving a black bmw with dealer plates. officers spotted the vehicle leaving the araea on west bound 80 but following a short pursuit the suspects escaped. two days later on june 14th, officers again responded to the home depot on reports of robbery. this time the video show a single suspect who bears a strong resemblance to the suspect from two days earlier. he also appears to be taking some of the times as before. according to police, the suspect put the tools in a shopping cart and left through the contractor exit, passing right by two registers without paying. the suspect then loaded the tools into a blue nissan maxima, which had tape covering the license plates and fled the area. a second occupant was also seen in the vehilce.so far police have not identified these suspects, nor
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do we know the value of the items that were taken. (robin)(robin) still ahead on the kron4 morning news ... a newborn in the east bay came into this world with a lot of excitment. how an antioch officer was there for his first moments. (robin) plus... we'll tell you about the report that says thousands of bay area homes could be underwater in the next 20 years. (robin) and an east bay woman is asking for help ... after her mother's ashes were stolen. (robin) and here's a live look outside...at the san mateo bridge. major hot spot in oakland eb
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580 at keller ave overturn
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crash blocks the two right lanes. slow from hwy 13. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. (robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. (anny hong): temperatures will (anny hong): temperatures will warm
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throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot
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temperatures forecast for inland areas.
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(robin) in the east bay... the victim of a heatbreaking theft now begging for help. the ashes of her mother stolen out of her own home. kron 4's j.r. stone has more on who police are looking for. sot i just want my mom back marjorie ferguson is broken up and begging for help. within the last week a thief broke into the rv she is living in with her husband and stole numerous items...includin g the keepsake urn that held a portion of her mother's ashes. sot they took a wooden box.....that had my mother's urn in it with her ashes and her rosery beads and an angel and different memorabilia stuff that i had packed away to keep with me and i just want that back i want my mom's ashes backit has been a tough
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couple of weeks for marjorie. she and her husband were forced out of their home, they are living in this r.v. and have been unable to find an affordable site to park it. days after they began living on the streets in the r-v the ashes were stolen. the keepsake urn looks similar to this only teal in color according to those at the skyview cemetary in vallejo where the urn was purchased. most of marjorie's mother's ashes were buried but these were stolen.sot and i'm just begging pleading whoever did this i don't need to know your name or anything if you would just return my mother's urn please (robin) (robin) that was kron4's
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j-r stone reporting. marjorie says the urn is the size of a large salt or pepper shaker. she is hopeful that someone will drop it off at a police station. (robin) san francisco police say they've arrested the man captured on surveillance video átwice... kicking homeless people... has been arrested. the latest incident happened near san francisco's tenderloin on may 24th on leavenworth street. a homeless man was lying down on the sidewalk when the man approached him and without warning... started kicking his face. in the other attack... police say the same man approached another homeless man and kicked him, police arrested samuel youmtoub on suspicion of aggravated assault. (robin) happening tonight.. the first mosquito fogging of the season is taking place in sunyvale. the concern is growing over the increase of west nile
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virus in the bay area. vector control says that along with mosquitoes... crows are also carrying the virus. crews will be fogging several blocks bordered by east arquez avenue on the north... the el camino on the south.. fair oaks on the west and bowers avenue on the east. residents in the foggin zone believe this is important. the fogging will end overnight at two in the morning. four people have contracted west nile virus in southern california. none so far in the bay area. (robin) powerful images from hurricane irma ... seawater surging into the lobbies of miami beach highrises. and a new report now says, scenes like this could become (robin) the union of
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concerned scientists predicts, rising sea levels will almost certainly drive tens of thousands of americans from their homes by the year 2045. kron4's catherine heenan has the story. drone nathundreds of miles of shoreline in the bay ... the report says by the year 2045, thousands of people now living on the water will find themselves living in the water. the worst flooding will be concentrated in san rafael, san mateo and san jose.in the north bay, more than 2=thousand homes worth nearly one=billions dollars are at risk.on the peninsula, nearly 4=thousand homes worth more than two billion will be flooded.and in the south bay, 26=hundred homes worth two point six billion.by comparison, the study found fewer than 3=hundred san francisco homes in peril, 6=hundred in alameda, 100 in fremont and 54 in hayward. statewide, california's loss to the rising seas is expected
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to top 15=billion dollars worth of real estate, less than new jersey and florida, where the lost homes could be worth more that 50=billion.in florida alone as many as 100=thousand people may be displaced. (robin) still ahead on the kron four morning news... a star of "the incredibles two" gets real on the oscars. we'll explain in the hollywood minute. welcome back to the kron
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four morning news. i'm tracking your entertainment headlines today... a star of "incredibles two" gets real about the oscars! david daniel has that and more in the hollywood minute. "you got everything under control, right?" (nat-baby) "what the...?"samuel l. jackson's character "frozone" gets a little freaked out in "incredibles two," but jackson
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himself has been around for awhile, and admits he's become jaded to some things -- even big hollywood traditions."it's only awesome to go to the academy awards the first time. you know, after that it's like 'aw, man, i gotta be in the car at one o'clock, the show's not 'til five. and when we get on the red carpet, it takes three hours. and we gotta sit there, through the whole show. they don't even give gift bags anymore! why are we going to this?' you know, so, yeah, it becomes very different."(nat) will ferrell is giving streaming and singing a try. the comic actor has signed with netflix to write and star in the comedy "eurovision," about the long-running international t-v music competition that helped launch the careers of abba and celine dion.(nat-music) "my sister is... a bit much.""how can i help you? you've been standing in line all this time, and you don't know what you want? okay, you can just stand right there and think about it." tiffany haddish and tika sumpter play very different sisters in tyler perry's next movie, "nobody's fool." the first trailer just dropped... the comedy hits theaters -- and tiffany hits the floor -- november second."how you get sparkles in the back of a animal? what is this, a care bear?"in hollywood, i'm david daniel.
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(robin) still ahead on the kron4 morning news ... an unusual sight for beachgoers near santa cruz. more on the great white shark that washed ashore. (ácommercialá)
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major hot spot in oakland eb 580 at keller. an overturn wb 24 at 13. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to
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(anny hong): temperatures will warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas.
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(robin) a stunning site for beachgoers in santa cruz county. a dead, great white shark washed ashore on 'beer can beach in aptos.. kron4's michelle kingston spoke to one of the men who helped move the carcass -- it measured about nine- feet long... and weighed about 500- pounds. (mk)captain giancarlo thomae, marine bioloigst"pretty sad to see such a majestic animal dead on the beach"a group of people on beer can beach in aptos on sunday ...natsáanyone wanna help us?á... helping to pick up a nearly 500 pound great white shark found dead along the shore.captain giancarlo thomae, marine bioloigst"i think that we are seeing all these sharks because their populations are rebounding and showing signs of healthier oceans."giancarlo thomae has been studying these sharks off of aptos beaches for about four years now -- kayaking alongside them in the water ... often seeing about 25 of them a day.captain giancarlo thomae, marine
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bioloigst"i've seen these sharks four feet behind the breakers and i've had them about a half mile out."even with them so close to the beach -- he says visitors shouldn't be too worried captain giancarlo thomae, marine bioloigst"for the last four years when i've been going out ... not one person has been injured from kayaking or swimming with these white sharks."michelle kingston, @mkingstonnews"there were about 15 people on the beach on sunday morning when they discovered this dead great white shark. it had a number of cuts and scrapes on its body, likely from sea lions ... but thomae says that's probably not how the shark died."the shark was transported off the beach to a veterinary pathologist to determine its cause of death. thomae believes a bacterial infection may have killed the shark -- just like the one found dead at a nearby beach last year.in aptos michelle kingston kron 4 news (robin) a bay area mother has quite a story to tell.... she gave birth to a healthy baby boy but baby jameson didn't wait for his parents to get to the hospital. kron 4's ella sogomonian explains... they got some
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much -needed help from one very surprised officer. sot: ella sogomonian,@e llasogomonian//" corporal robert green says this is is his first time delivering a baby in his 18 years of experience and the timing couldnt have been better- the officer lost a lov one the same day so this birth was an emotional reminder of the circle of life. baby jameson took his parents by surprise forcing mom to deliver at home thursday afternoon.sot: katie beam, mom// "it was too late he had pulled the car aside and this little guy was already hanging out of me so my husband had to call 911." little did corporal robert green know he would be getting the call...sot: corporal robert green, antioch police department//"the dad was on the phone with the dispatcher and we put her on speaker and she was the voice in the dark for us and we followed instructions and i did the best i could to help dad. the real hero is mom and dad that's not how they want the baby born and they did it and i was proud to be a part of it."mom and baby made it safe to the hospital where mcorporal green paid a visit bearing gifts from the antioch police department.sot: katie
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beam, mom// "i'm glad he had help because it was a very scary experience so the help was definitely appreciated and we are very grateful."sot: corporal robert green, antioch police department//"we are all inately humanitartians in this job and we do want to help people fortunately i was blessed to be a part of this and this is a statement o where our true heart is i hope the message is clear."sot: ella sogomonian,@e llasogomonian//"corporal green says he now feels like a part of the family in antioch ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (robin) in the east bay ... a new safety lane for bicyclist is frusturating drivers in concord. they say the problem with the green bike box... is due to the lack of signage... some drivers and bicyclist don't exactly know how it works. the new bike lane was painted back in may. city officials are trying to make the intersection of grant and willow pass road less dangerous. they say drivers cannot make a right turn on a red light.
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light turns green the drivers will then be able to make a right hand turn without conflicting with the bicyclist that are going straight".> (robin) according according to the city of concord ... a no turn on red sign will be installed by the end of july. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero.
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people in one neighborhood on the peninsula .... have been parking one way for years -- but now the city is telling them they need to do something different. but for some people who live in the area... they have a hard time breaking bad habits... kron4's stanley roberts explains on this edition of people behaving badly. in 38 years i've have never seen anybody come down in a wheelchair i brought a wheelchair an electric wheelchair a couple months ago it's almost impossible use, so gotta use the street if i want to go and by something. there are two side to every coin horacho live across the street maybe 4 houses from diane and
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her husband in the brentwood section of south san francisco (so if somebody has to come up with a wheelchair how come they couldn't come up with way) oh you mean go around your truck..no i'm not saying go around the truck im saying go up here if they have to go that way ok , before i have you thinking this story is about one truck and one person using a wheelchair its not it's bout the whole neighborhood i am thinking about being considerate about the disabled and people that can't get by i mean but what about liability of my car, i mean the cities not going to pay for the liability for my car, i mean my mirror or anything elseyou see the city of south san francisco, has just alerted car owners that it will no longer be business as usual when it comes to parking on the sidewalk it's strangely weird because on one street, check this out ok so this side is legal and on
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this side its illegal why is that.. so why are we parking on the sidewalk, there's no sidewalk.. what is that that part of the thing what is the thing are you trying to find a story are you just trying to make some crap man come on give me a break i found one person who was parking totally legit your mom parked legally, why? it's just important to park legally so people are able to walk on the sidewalk, like sometimes my brother and i are trying to go to the store and it's hard so a crackdown on bad parking is imminent this ain't san francisco people here have families and their kids and they park there cars all over the place you got a placard and everything and they make you ride in the street that's ridiculous yea that is outright ridiculous yes it is in south san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news (robin) coming up after
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the coming up coming up after the break ... a merchant in san francisco was arrested for selling fake drugs and causing some customers to get sick. we'll have the details after the break. (robin) live look outside... at the san francisco international airport. (robin) welcome back.
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checking in on your morning forecast. (anny hong): temperatures will warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high
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pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is
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less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.
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(robin) a merchant in san frcisco's chinatown is facing 14 misdeamnor charges for allegedly selling counterfeit . kron4's maureen kelly talked to the city's district attorney... who says several people got sick because of these practices the san francisco district attorney says an undercover investigation was launched into the hue an company here on jackson street after people reported getting violently ill from an allergic reaction from drugs being dispensed by the owner....bihn vi.he was selling over the counter counterfeit, mislabeled and sometimes drugs without a prescriptionthe 67 year old store owner did not want to go on camera but told me he's been at this location since 1989. he pleaded not guilty to the charges. his attorney said in a statement "mr. vi is a law-abiding family man and longtime san franciscan who is looking forward to clearing
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his name in court." today the d-a along with public health officials talked to seniors at the self help for the elderly because they believe there are other victims out there.....and not only from this one case. it's a national problem, in 2014 federal agents seized about 73 million worth of counterfeit and adulterated drugs in this country they warned those in the audience to make sure if they are buying prescriptions to make sure the dispensary's liscense is displayed...and if they aren't asked for a prescription...that's a red flag that it's an illegal operation.you have to ask yourself for the cost savings if it isn't worth my health is it worth the long-term potential effects. they were also warned to watch out for medications that come in packaging not property sealed, and make sure the pills are consistant in shape color and size.you might be getting a drug that and has not enough the active ingredient or none of the egg active ingredient anyone who believes they've been sold counterfiet drugs can call the california department of public health's drug hotline...which is posted
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on our website, kron4-dot-com. maureen kelly kron4 news. (robin) 4 your money this morning ... the gas tax is now a hot political topic now that the republican candidate for governor has made it a cornerstone of this election. as our capitol bureau reporter kody leibowitz reports... candidate john cox wants to repeal the tax and supports a november ballot measure to do it. on opposite sides of the capitol...robbie hunter, state building & construction trades council of california "this fund will improve the quality of californians."carl demaio, reform california, gas tax repeal initiative "shame on the politicians for raising this tax.there's opposing views on the gas tax fight. those wanting to keep sb1 and those wanting to repeal the gas tax that was put in place last novembergraham knaus, california state association of counties "what's being proposed is a dangerous scheme that would threaten the safety of those roads."that's graham knaus -- of califoria state association of counties...he supports the gas tax and wants it to continue.knaus and his group say a repeal would eliminate more than 5-thousand transportation projects currently underway...such as fixing potholes, upgrading bridges and easing traffic congestion.on the other side...
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republican candidate for governor john cox is helping support the efforts to repeal the gas tax..he says the state has wasted money in the past. john cox, republican gubernatorial candidate "we're going to build a lot of roads...but we're not going to do it by raising taxes, we're going to start using our money efficiently."their next step...getting the repeal measure on the ballot...they believe they have the votes. to get it passed..kl sig out.. (robin) your i-phone will soon be able to share your exact location data ... with 9-1-1. more than 80-percent of calls made to 9-1-1 each year are from cell phones. and emergency responders only have a vague sense of where the emergency call is coming from. but soon an apple feature will be able to calculate a caller's location. that will be based on data collected from wi-fi access points...cellular towers ... and g-p-s. the feature will be available in apples' next i-phone software update... later this year. (robin) coming up after
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the break ... we'll tell you how elvis fans can own a rare piece of the king''s memorbilia.. (robin) and here's a live look outside...from the sutro cam. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. (robin) a private jet once owned by elvis presley is back on the auction block. the jet has sat on a runway in new
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mexico for nearly four decades... and now it's back on the market. this after its current owner bought it last year for 430-thousand dollars. the king of rock and roll owned the jet wi his father. portions of the plane's interior were custom designed. including gold-tone hardware... red velvet seats and red shag carpet. the starting bid for it was ten-thousand dollars. (robin) take a look at this with summer just days away -- beachgoers are kicking off sand sculpture competitions! the ones u see here -- aren't your ordinary sand sculptures. these creations in new hampshire are fit for an international competition that drew contestants from the u-s and canada. it's called the áhampton beach master sand sculpting classicá. after carefully reviewing all the sculptures, judges crowned abe waterman as the winner.
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there's 10 fabulous sculptures out there. at this level of competition, i was able to take it.">(robin) this year marked the competition's 18th anniversary. (robin) coming up in the next hour ... protestors will gather in redwood city this morning ... in response to president trump's zero tolerance policy ... separating some children from their parents at the border. we'll have a live report. (robin) plus... a bay area woman is asking for the public's help after her mother's ashes were stolen. (robin) and ... the concern is growing over the increase of west nile virus in the bay area. we'll tell you what's being done to keep people in the bay area safe. (ácommercialá) healthier pet
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breaking overnight... police in union city are investigating an officer involved shooting. ( darya ) it happened during a traffic stop just before midnight. kron 4's will tran is live at the scene... will? on monday, june 18, 2018 at 11:35 pm, officers attempted to stop a car in the area of e street and railroad avenue in union city. while making the stop, there was an exchange of gunfire between the occupants of the vehicle and several officers. no officers were injured in the exchange of gunfire. one suspect drove the car to the area of railroad avenue and whipple road and all three suspects ran into
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the surrounding neighborhoods. all three have since been located and taken into custody. at least one suspect sustained a gunshot injury and was transported to a local hospital. his injury does not appear to be life-threatening. there is no on-going danger to the general public as a result of this incident. thanks will. we will with you through out the morning. ( darya ) good morning i'm darya folsom..( james ) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic...
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(anny hong): temperatures will warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is
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less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) a big story this morning... the backlash is growing against the government's "zero-tolerance" practice -- separating children from their parents at the border. ( james ) amid the criticism... president trump is meeting with publican leaders to discuss immigrion reform. camila bernal has the latest from texas. marbel/ detained immigrant from honduras: "i didn't know this was going to happen to me. that they would take him from me."separations like this
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one are fueling outrage and criticism.these two women from honduras were separated from their families...weeks after the trump administration began its so-called "zero-tolerance" enforcement of immigration laws.olga/ detained immigrant from honduras: "my son told me on the phone he misses me and when am i going to be with him again. i told him i don't know."democrats in congress have criticized the administration's approach, denouncing the practice as inhumane.but the trump administration says the practice already existed and only congress can stop it. kirstjen nielsen/ dhs secretary: "we are enforcing the laws as they exist on the books. as long as illegal entry remains a criminal offense, dhs will not look the other way" the president will meet with republican legislators to discuss immigration.president donald trump: "if the democrats would sit down instead of obstructing, we could have something done very quickly. od for the children."but with democrats like nancy pelosi calling the practice heartbreaking and barbaric-- reaching a deal on immigration won't be an easy task.rep. nancy pelosi/ -d- california: "the fraud of the republicans saying they're gonna correct this in their bill when what they have in their bill makes matters worse for children."
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( darya ) this morning bay area faith leaders will gather to protest the white house's policy of seperating children from their parents at the border. ( james ) kron4's lydia pantazas is live in redwood city with the details. ( lydia )this morning clergy, faith leaders, and community leaders from across san mateo county will gather at the san mateo county board of supervisors meeting to urgently seek funding for deportation defense. the faith community will deliver 3,000 postcards in support of
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deportation defense that it has collected over the past two weeks from constituents from across san mateo county. while neighboring counties such as san francisco county, alameda county, and santa clara county fund deportation defense, san mateo county does not. ( james ) thanks lydia.
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( darya ) a new elementary school in mountain view will be named after an undocumented immigrant -- jose antonio vargas. vargas is a pulitzer prize-winning journalist who came to the u-s from the philippines in 1993. he was 12-years old at the time. vargas says he's overwhelmed by this "deeply meaningful honor." vargas has written for a number of newspapers... including the san francisco chronicle. he was part of the the washington post team that won the pulitzer prize in 2008 for its breaking news coverage of the virginia tech massacre. ( james ) in the east bay... a concord woman is asking for help ... after her mother's ashes were stolen. marjorie ferguson says a thief broke into the r-v she is living in and stole several items..including the urn that held her mother's ashes. ferguson says she was forced out of her home and had only been living in the r-v for a
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few days when the theft happened: ( james ) marjorie ( james ) ( james ) marjorie says the urn is the size of a large salt or pepper shaker. she says she is hopeful that someone will drop it off at a police station ( james ) also in the east bay.. the man known as 'jogger joe' pleaded not guilty to a second-degree felony robbery charge. henry sintay was recorded stealing a cellphone from a man who confronted him for throwing a homeless man's belongings into lake merritt. sintay was arraigned last week and released on bond. he is scheduled to return to court in august. ( james ) in the north bay... firefighters are investigating 13 suspicious fires in santa rosa. this is an update to a story we told you about yesterday morning. police say the small brush fires sparked within two hours of each other over the weekend. the
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first three fires were started near hearn avenue along the train tracks. the others -- 30 minutes later on the santa rosa creek trail. police say the evidence points to someone -- or several people - - on bikes. santa rosa police are offering a 25- hundred reward for information leading to an arrest. ( james ) happening tonight.. the first mosquito fogging of the season is taking place in sunnyvale. the concern is growing over the increase of west nile virus in the bay area. vector control says that along with mosquitoes... crows are also carrying the virus. crews will be fogging several blocks bordered by east arquez avenue on the north... the el camino on the south.. fair oaks on the west and bowers avenue on the east. residents in the foggin zone believe this is important. ( james )
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the fogging will end at two in the morning wednesday. four people have contracted west nile virus in southern california. none so far in the bay area. ( darya ) new this morning... caltrain has announced it will be raising it's fees for people with a monthly pass. the fees will increase anywhere from 7 to 29 dollars depending on howmany zones you are traveling within. according to caltrain... a record breaking number of riders and an aging system have lead to increased maintenance costs... and that is why they are raising the prices. ( james ) breaking news this morning... dow futures are plumeting overnight after president trump threatens more tariffs against china. this morning dow futures are down more than 300 points. yesterday presdient trump said he is now considering slapping a 10 percent tariff on an extra 200-billion dollars' worth of chinese exports. the move came after trump announced new tariffs on china on friday - and beijing
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retaliated. the president says the additional tariffs are a response to china's retaliation. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news.. .a big development in the case where a man kicks a homeless man in the head. the details straight ahead. ( james ) plus... a new safety lane for bicyclist in one bay area city is frustrating drivers. we'll take you there. ( james ) and after the break... rising sea levels could put some bay area communities in serious jeopardy. ( anny ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. checking the bay bridge commute on wb 80. your drive time is less than 30 min from the maze to fremont street (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
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( james ) take a look at this... an illinois woman posts video on facebook of her
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father and several others... working to free a man trapped inside a car that's surrounded by water. minutes later... the driver emerges and as the men climb off the back of the car, the front end quickly sinks into the water. the flooding in illinois follows that in wisconsin and michigan... where heavy downpours have opened sink holes and washed out roads. ( james )( darya ) welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. (anny hong): temperatures will warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over
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the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot
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temperatures forecast for inland areas. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101.
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( james ) scenes similar to this... of seawater rising in florida because of hurricane irma... could become common. scientists say rising sea levels will almost certainly drive tens of thousands of americans from their homes by the year 2045. as kron 4's catherine heenan tell us.... some of the communities that will suffer the most are right here in the bay area. drone nathundreds of miles of shoreline in the bay ... the repo says by the year 2045, thousands of people now living on the water will find themselves living in the water.
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the worst flooding will be concentrated in san rafael, san mateo and san jose.in the north bay, more than 2=thousand homes worth nearly one=billions dollars are at risk.on the peninsula, nearly 4=thousand homes worth more than two billion will be flooded.and in the south bay, 26=hundred homes worth two point six billion.by comparison, the study found fewer than 3=hundred san francisco homes in peril, 6=hundred in alameda, 100 in fremont and 54 in hayward. statewide, california's loss to the rising seas is expected to top 15=billion dollars worth of real estate, less than new jersey and florida, where the lost homes could be worth more that 50=billion.in florida alone as many as 100=thousand people may be displaced. ( darya ) in the east bay--
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a new safety lane for bicyclist is frustrating drivers in concord. they say the problem with the green bike box is the lack of signage... some drivers and bicyclists don't exactly know how it works. the new bike lane was painted back in may. city officials are trying to make the intersection of grant and willow pass road less dangerous they say drivers can ánot make a right turn on a red light. ( darya ) the city of concord says a "no turn on red" sign be installed by the end of july.
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( james ) state lawmakers are talking about potential policy changes on how harassment cases are handled at the capitol. a first-ever attitude survey... involving workers in the legislature... found that capitol employees are dealing with more harassment than those working in the district offices. lawmakers now have a draft plan to address the problem... which includes creating an independent panel of experts to look at cases... and then make recommendations to the legislature. ( james ) a committee on sexual harassment prevention and response is expected to meet again on thursday ... to vote on the recommendations. ( james ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... a mountain lion sighting in the bay area and this time it's near a school.
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warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over
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the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas. ( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( james ) millennials are more likely to leave a bad tip. that's according to a new report by credit cards dot com. the numbers show ten percent of millennials don't tip at all. as for the ones that do... it's an average of 15 percent or less. the research showed that men and parents with young children are also bad tippers. ( james ) coming up next... a bay area home depot is targeted... and now we're getting new images of the person police are looking for. ( will ) breaking overnight... police are involved in a shooting in union city. i'm live with the latest. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá)
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lethargy and lack of appetite. see your vet for more information on flea and tick protection you and your dog will love. nexgard. the vet's #1 choice. ( james ) breaking overnight... police in union city are investigating an officer involved shooting. ( darya ) it happened during a traffic stop just before midnight. kron 4's will tran is live at the scene... will? on monday, june 18, 2018 at 11:35 pm, officers attempted to stop a car in the area of e street and railroad avenue in union city. while making the stop, there was an exchange of
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gunfire between the occupants of the vehicle and several officers. no officers were injured in the exchange of gunfire. one suspect drove the car to the area of railroad avenue and whipple road and all three suspects ran into the surrounding neighborhoods. all three have since been located and taken into custody. at least one suspect sustained a gunshot injury and was transported to a local hospital. his injury does not appear to be life-threatening. there is no on-going danger to the general public as a result of this incident. of this incident.
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of this incident. public as a result of this incident. thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. in oakland wb 24 to nb 13 ramp closed to clear an overturn acccident. slow from the
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tunnel. (anny hong): temperatures will warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for
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inland areas. ( darya ) san francisco police say they've arrested the man captured on surveillance video átwice... kicking homeless people. the latest incident happened near san francisco's tenderloin on may 24th on leavenworth street. a homeless man was lying down on the sidewalk when the a man approached him and without warning... started kicking his face. in the other attack... police say the same man approached another homeless man and kicked him, police arrested samuel youmtoub on suspicion of aggravated assault. ( james ) in the east bay... police in hercules are looking for two men who robbed a home depot twice in one week. the thieves took power tools from the store and then returned two days later and stole more items. surveillance video from the
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store on june 12th shows at least one of the men carrying several large items as he leaves without paying. then on june 14th the video shows another man taking items out of the store. the theif put tools into a shopping cart and then leaves through the contractor exit. ( james ) in the south bay... police need help tracking down an armed robber. san jose police say this man walked into a public storage business back on may first. he then demanded money from an employee. the man got away with cash. he was driving a 1990-s silver chevy blazer. ( james ) petaluma police have arrested a man who they say attacked another man with a golf club... and then stole his bike. it happened near the lynch creek trail at a park saturday night. police say lee bussell knocked the victim off his bike... and then started hitting him with his own golf club. bussell now faces robbery and assault with a deadly weapon charges. ( darya ) dublin police have arrested two robbery suspects in connection with three laptop thefts at various
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starbucks locations. police say adam uzelac (left) and khan roadwall (right) as responsible for the robberies. when uzelac and roadwall were arrested, police did a search of their homes and found at least one of the stolen laptops. both uzelac and roadwall have been charged with numerous counts of robbery and grand theft. ( james ) also in the east bay... also in the east bay... we now know the name of the man who died at the berkeley marina. christopher cheung died saturday night... after his canoe overturned. his body was spotted by a bystander... who called for help. police don't believe there was anyone else in the canoe with cheung when it overturned. ( james ) a san francisco store owner is facing charges... after customers say they got violently ill from prescribed pills. police launched an undercover investigation into the "hue an" company on jackson street in chinatown. customers say they suffered from allergic reactions to the drugs they bought. the store's owner -- bihn vi -- is accused of selling drugs without a license. the
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district attorney's office believes there may be more victims. ( james ) in san bruno... a mountain lion was spotted near parkside middle school. police got a call around noon... from someone who heard from someone else about the mountain lion. that created a buzz on the "next door" app and in the neighborhood where people were not surprised. ( james ) if you come face to face with a mountain lion... experts say don't run. instead... try to look big and make a lot of noise. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... a blue whale washes ashore in the bay area. ( darya ) plus... a major company promises to get a lot more women behind the
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develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas.
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( james ) family and friends will say their farewells to designer kate spade thursday in her hometown. spade took her own life june 5th in her manhattan apartment. a mass will be held in kansas city, missouri. spade's husband and other family members opened up about her
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struggle with depression in the days following her suicide. ( james ) the company behind tide, bounty and pampers... is pushing for gender equality in the ad business. procter and gamble has just set a new goal... to have women direct at least half its commercials by 2023. right now... women only direct about 10-percent of commercials. p-and-g -- which spends 7- billion dollars a year on ads -- is also pushing for gender equality in top marketing and creative jobs at advertising agencies. the company is teaming up with queen latifah and katie couric as part of its initiative. ( james ) coming up after the break... a great white shark washes up on a local beach. now reseachers want to know what killed it. (ácommercialá)
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(anny hong): temperatures will warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas.
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( james ) a blue whale carcass washes up in point reyes. the marine mammal center will head to the beach today... to figure out how the animal died. ship strikes and and getting caught up in fishing gear are the leading
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causes of whale deaths. blue whales are the largest animals on earth and are listed as an endangered species. about 28-hundred blue whales live off the california ( james ) a stunning site for beachgoers in santa cruz county. a dead, great white shark washed ashore on "beer can beach" in aptos. it measured about 9-feet long... and weighed about 500- pounds. a marine biologist who's been studying these sharks for about 4-years now... kayaking alongside them in the water... often sees about 25 of them a day. ( james ) the shark had a number of cuts and scrapes on its body... likely from sea lions. but the marine biologist we talked to believes a bacterial infection killed the shark. ( darya ) a bay area mother has quite a story to tell... she just gave
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birth to a healthy baby boy.( james ) and she got some help from an antioch officer. kron 4's ella sogomonian explains. sot: ella sogomonian,@e llasogomonian//" corporal robert green says this is is his first time delivering a baby in his 18 years of experience and the timing couldnt have been better- the officer lost a loved one the same day so this birth was an emotional reminder of the circle of life. baby jameson took his parents by surprise forcing mom to deliver at home thursday afternoon.sot: katie beam, mom// "it was too late he had pulled the car aside and this little guy was already hanging out of me so my husband had to call 911." little did corporal robert green know he would be getting the call...sot: corporal robert green, antioch police department//"the dad was on the phone with the dispatcher and we put her on speaker and she was the voice in the dark for us and we followed instructions and i did the best i could to help dad. the real hero is mom and dad that's not how they want the baby born and they did it and i was proud to be a part of it."mom and baby made it safe to the hospital where mcorporal green paid a visit bearing gifts from the antioch police department.sot: katie beam, mom// "i'm glad he had help because it was a very scary experience so the help was definitely appreciated and we are very grateful."sot: corporal robert green, antioch
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police department//"we are all inately humanitartians in this job and we do want to help ople fortunately i was blessed to be a part of this and this is a statement o where our true heart is i hope the message is clear."sot: ella sogomonian,@e llasogomonian//"corporal green says he now feels like a part of the family in antioch ella sogomonian kron 4 news. ( james ) coming up after the break... for the second time this spring... six flags is welcoming a new addition to its park.
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( james ) a sea lion pup is born at six flags.... and here she is. she was born on saturday. her mother is 5-year-old "lulu." lulu was rescued by the marine mammal center. she's been at the park since 2014. lulu and her new pup are off-exhibit for now... but
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you'll be able to see them at the seal cove habitat by next week. meanwhile... six flags needs a name for the new pup. they're holding a contest on their facebook page. this is the second pup born at six flags this spring. "missy" was born last month. ( james ) coming up in the next hour... we're following breaking news out of union city... where police were involved in a shooting that injured one person. ( james ) plus... protestors will gather in redwood city this morning ... in response to president trump's zero tolerance policy at the border.
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will tran is live at the scene with the < nats children crying>( james ) heartbreaking audio is released from the u-s mexico border ... as children cry out for their parents. ( james ) and get ready to pay more to ride caltrain. the new prices set to start next month. (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... in oakland wb 24 to nb 13 ramp closed to clear an overturn acccident. a crash in sf sb 101 after 80 blocking the two left lanes
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(anny hong): temperatures will warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas. ( james ) breaking overnight... police in union city are investigating an officer involved shooting. ( darya ) it happened during a traffic stop just before midnight. kron 4's will tran is live at the
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scene... will? on monday, june 18, 2018 at 11:35 pm, officers attempted to stop a car in the area of e street and railroad avenue in union city. while making the stop, there was an exchange of gunfire between the occupants of the vehicle and several officers. no officers were injured in the exchange of gunfire. one suspect drove the car to the area of railroad avenue and whipple road and all three suspects ran into the surrounding neighborhoods. all three have since been
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located and taken into custody. at least one suspect sustained a gunshot injury and was transported to a local hospital. his jury does not appear to be life-threatening. there is no on-going danger to the general public as a result of this incident. thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( james )(ááá2 shotááá) that was reaction from house minority leader nancy pelosi ... speaking out about white house's policy of seperating children from their parents at the border. ( darya ) this morning bay area faith leaders will gather to protest of the policy. kron4's lydia pantazas is live in redwood city with the details. ( lydia )this morning clergy, faith leaders, and community leaders from across san mateo county will gather at the san mateo county board of supervisors meeting to urgently seek funding for deportation defense. the faith community will deliver 3,000 postcards in support of deportation defense that it has collected over the past two weeks from constituents from across san mateo county. while neighboring counties such as san francisco county, alameda county, and santa clara county fund deportation defense, san mateo county does not.
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( james ) thanks lydia.
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( darya )(ááá2 shotááá) a bay area couple has raised more than 4 million-- and counting -- througfacebook, to help reunite undocumented families that have been separated at the border.( james ) charlotte and dave willner were inspired to start the campaign when they saw the viral image showing a frightened, crying 2-year-old girl at the border in texas. now ... 3 days later ... nearly 4-thousand dollars a minute are pouring into the cause. more than 100-thousand people and counting are donating to the willner's facebook fundraising page. ( james ) you can follow more on this story at kron-4 dot com. there you will find some of the troubling stories surrounding at least one detention center. and stay connected on breaking updates by downloading our free mobile app and opting in for push alerts. ( james ) breaking news this morning... dow futures are plumeting overnight after president trump threatens more tariffs against china. this morning dow futures are
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down more than 300 points. yesterday presdient trump said he is now considering slapping a 10 percent tariff on an extra 200-billion dollars' worth of chinese exports. the move came after trump announced new tariffs on china on friday - and beijing retaliated. the president says the additional tariffs are a response to china's retaliation. ( darya ) a new elementary school in mountain view will be named after an undocumented immigrant -- jose antonio vargas. vargas is a pulitzer prize-winning journalist who came to the u-s from the philippines in 1993. he was 12-years old at the time. vargas says he's overwhelmed by this "deeply meaningful honor." vargas has written for a number of newspapers... including the san francisco chronicle. he was part of the the washington post team that won the pulitzer prize in 2008 for its breaking news coverage of the virginia tech massacre. ( james ) also in the east bay.. the man known as 'jogger joe' pleaded not guilty to a second-degree felony robbery charge.
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henry sintay was recorded stealing a cellphone from a man who confronted him for throwing a homeless man's belongings into lake merritt. sintay was arraigned last week and released on bond. he is scheduled to return to court in august. ( james ) in the north bay... firefighters are investigating 13 suspicious fires in santa rosa. this is an update to a story we told you about yesterday morning. police say the small brush fires sparked within two hours of each other over the weekend. the first three fires were started near hearn avenue along the train tracks. the others -- 30 minutes later on the santa rosa creek trail. police say the evidence points to someone -- or several people - - on bikes. santa rosa police are offering a 25- hundred reward for information leading to an arrest. ( darya ) new this morning... caltrain has announced it will be raising it's fees for people with a monthly pass. the fees will increase anywhere from 7 to 29 dollars depeing on howmany zones you are traveling within. according to caltrain... a
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record breaking number of riders and an aging system have lead to increased maintenance costs... and that is why they are raising the prices. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news.. a big development in the case where a man kicks a homeless man in the head. the details straight ahead. ( james ) plus... a bay area woman making a desperate plea for help ... after her mother's ashes were stolen. ( james ) plus... a new safety lane for bicyclist in one bay area city is frustrating drivers. we'll take you there. ( anny ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. (ácommercialá)
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welcome back. lets get a
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check of weather and traffic this morning. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. no maj hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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(anny hong): (anny hong): temperatures will
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warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas.
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( james ) in the east bay... the victim of a heatbreaking theft now begging for help. the ashes of her mother stolen out of her own home. kron 4's j.r. stone has more on who police are looking for. sot i just want my mom back marjorie ferguson is broken up and begging for help. within the last week a thief broke into the rv she is living in with her husband and stole numerous items...includin g the keepsake urn that held a portion of her mother's ashes. sot they took a wooden box.....that had my mother's urn in it with her ashes and her rosery beads and an angel and different memorabilia stuff that i had packed away to keep with me and i just want that back i want my mom's ashes backit has been a tough couple of weeks for marjorie. she and her husband were forced out of their home, they are living in this r.v. and have been unable to find an affordable site to park it.
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days after they began living on the streets in the r-v the ashes were stolen. the keepsake urn looks similar to this only teal in color according to those at the skyview cemetary in vallejo where the urn was purchased. most of marjorie's mother's ashes were buried but these were stolen.sot and i'm just begging pleading whoever did this i don't need to know your name or anything if you would just return my mother's urn please
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( darya ) staying in the east bay-- a new safety lane for bicyclist is frustrating drivers in concord. they say the they say the problem with the green bike box is the lack of signage... some drivers and bicyclists don't exactly know how it works. the new bike lane was painted back in may. city officials are trying to make the intersection of grant and willow pass road less dangerous they say drivers can ánot make a right turn on a red light.
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that are going straight."> ( darya ) the city of concord says a "no turn on red" sign be installed by the end of july. ( james ) state lawmakers are talking about potential policy changes on how harassment cases are handled at the capitol. a first-ever attitude survey... involving workers in the legislature... found that capitol employees are dealing with more harassment than those working in the district offices. lawmakers now have a draft plan to address the problem... which includes creating an independent panel of experts to look at cases... and then make recommendations to the legislature. a committee on sexual harassment prevention and response is expected to meet again on thursday ... to vote on the recommendations. ( james ) take a look at this... an illinois woman posts video on facebook of her father and several others... working to free a man trapped inside a car that's surrounded
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by water. minutes later... the driver emerges and as the men climb off the back of the car, the front end quickly sinks into the water. the flooding in illinois follows that in wisconsin and michigan... where heavy downpours have opened sink holes and washed out roads. ( james ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... a mountain lion sighting in the bay area and this time it's near a school. ( james ) plus ... a parent's worst nightmare.the warning one couple has as you take your children to the pool. ( james ) and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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t 24 hours, you finished preparing him for college. in 24 hours, you'll send him off thinking you've done everything for his well-being.
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but meningitis b progresses quickly and can be fatal, sometimes within 24 hours. while meningitis b is uncommon, about 1 in 10 infected will die. like millions of others, your teen may not be vaccinated against meningitis b. meningitis b strikes quickly. be quick to talk to your teen's doctor about a meningitis b vaccine. (anny hong): temperatures will
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warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas. (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge
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drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( darya )(ááá2 shotááá) as the weather gets hotter this week. one family has a warning for parents ... keep a close eye on your children around the pool.( james ) take a look at this video. a two year old massachusetts boy climbs the outside of a locked pool ladder, able to almost get all the way to the top before his mom takes him down. the boy climbed the closed ladder once before. when he tried a second time, his parents recorded the video to send a message about the dangers of pools.
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all these things, safety precautions, but your eyes, you have to keep em on them at all times.">( darya ) the family returned the ladder, but all the other designs were similar. they are reaching out to the manufacturer to push for a design change. ( james ) coming up next... a bay area home depot is targeted... and now we're getting new images of the person police are looking for. ( will ) breaking overnight... police are involved in a shooting in union city. i'm live with the latest.
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( james ) opening bell for the
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stock exchange.dow futures are plumeting overnight after president trump threatens more tariffs against china. this morning dow futures are down more than 300 points. yesterday presdient trump said he is now considering slapping a 10 percent tariff on an extra 200-billion dollars' worth of chinese exports. we'll be checking in on the big board throughout the morning. (james)(darya) lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo
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bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 major hot spot in oakland wb 24 in the tunnel accident blocks the left lane. jammed out of orinda (anny hong): temperatures will warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend
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develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas. inland areas. forecast for inland areas. ( james ) breaking overnight... police in union city are investigating an officer involved shooting involving juveniles. ( darya ) it happened during a traffic stop just before midnight. kron 4's will tran is live at the scene... will? on monday, june 18, 2018 at 11:35 pm, officers attempted to stop a car in the area of e street and railroad avenue in union city. while making the stop, there was an exchange of gunfire between the occupants of the vehicle and several
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officers. no officers were injured in the exchange of gunfire. one suspect drove the car to the area of railroad avenue and whipple road and all three suspects ran into the surrounding neighborhoods. all three have since been located and taken into custody. at least one suspect sustained a gunshot injury and was transported to a local hospital. his injury does not appear to be life-threatening. there is no on-going danger to the general public as a result of this incident.
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thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) san francisco police say they've arrested the man captured on surveillance video átwice... kicking homeless people.
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the latest incident happened near san francisco's tenderloin on may 24th on leavenworth street. a homeless man was lying down on the sidewalk when the a man approached him and without warning... started kicking his face. in the other attack... police say the same man approached another homeless man and kicked him, police arrested samuel youmtoub on suspicion of aggravated ( james ) in the east bay... police in hercules are looking for two men who robbed a home depot twice in one week. the thieves took power tools from the store and then returned two days later and stole more items. surveillance video from the store on june 12th shows at least one of the men carrying several large items as he leaves without paying. then on june 14th the video shows another man taking items out of the store. the theif put tools into a shopping cart and then leaves through the contractor exit. ( james ) in the south bay... police need help tracking down an armed robber.
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san jose police say this man walked into a public storage business back on may first. he then demanded money from an employee. the man got away with cash. he was driving a 1990-s silver chevy blazer. ( james ) petaluma police have arrested a man who they say attacked another man with a golf club... and then stole his bike. it happened near the lynch creek trail at a park saturday night. police say lee bussell knocked the victim off his bike... and then started hitting him with his own golf club. bussell now faces robbery and assault with a deadly weapon charges. ( darya ) dublin police have arrested two robbery suspects in connection with three laptop thefts at various starbucks locations. police say adam uzelac (left) and khan roadwall (right) as responsible for the robberies. when uzelac and roadwall were arrested, police did a search of their homes and found at least one of the stolen laptops. both uzelac and roadwall have been charged with numerous counts of robbery and grand theft. ( darya ) also in the east
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bay... we now know the name of the man who died at the berkeley marina. christopher cheung died saturday night... after his canoe overturned. his body was spotted by a bystander... who called for help. police don't believe there was anyone else in the canoe with cheung when it overturned. ( james ) a san francisco store owner is facing charges... after customers say they got violently ill from prescribed pills. police launched an undercover investigation into the "hue an" company on jackson street in chinatown. customers say they suffered from allergic reactions to the drugs they bought. the store's owner -- bihn vi -- is accused of selling drugs without a license. the district attorney's office believes there may be ( james ) in san bruno... a mountain lion was spotted near parkside middle school. police got a call around noon... from someone who heard from someone else about the mountain lion. that created a buzz on the "next door" app and in the neighborhood where people were not surprised.
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building up in the hill and there are forcing the animals down but i am surprised a mountain lion found his way down here, i guess i will have to see it to believe it.">( james ) if you come face to face with a mountain lion... experts say don't run. instead... try to look big and make a lot of noise. ( james ) a bay area mother has quite a story to tell... she recently gave birth at home with the help from an antioch officer. baby jameson took his parents by surprise ... forcing mom to deliver at home last week. katie beam says it was too late to go to the hospital .. and her husband called 9-1-1. corporal robert green answered the call and guided them during labor. he says the parents handled things very well. and says he was proud to be a part of it.
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fortunately i was blessed to be a part of this and this is a statement o where our true heart is i hope the message is clear.">( james ) mom and baby made it safe to the hospital where mcorporal green paid a visit bearing gifts from the antioch police department. ( darya ) coming up ... crews are working on tackling west nile virus in the bay area. the action that's being taken tonight. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... a blue whale washes ashore in the bay area. ( darya ) and smoking in america is burning out.the new figures from health officials after the break. ( anny ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
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( james ) for your health this morning ... more and more people ... are turning down cigarettes. the c-d-c now says about 14 percent of u-s adults were smokers last year. that represents roughly 30 million americans who are smokers. smoking among high schoolers is also at a new low ... but officials say vaping among teens is on the rise. experts say electronic cigarettes and their growing popularity have likely played a role bringing down cigarette smoking rates. ( james ) coming up after the break... a great white shark washes up on a local beach. now reseachers want to know what killed it. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)
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( james ) coming up in 15 minutes, kron4 will be your only station with local news, weather and traffic. here's what we are working on: a young bay area mother is killed... when she was hit while crossing the street. now her family is demanding the city makes changes at the spot where she died. ( james ) plus, gas prices are on the rise and this morning experts tell us how long the pain at the pump will last. ( james ) and if you are still making your summer plans ... we know the airline that will get you there on time.
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those stories plus much more topl local news, weather and traffic coming up at 7 a.m. (james)(darya) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): temperatures will warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little
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day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. slow oon wb 580 from richmond pkwy.capitol corridor delays due to policeaction in union city train 524 not stopping
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( james ) happening tonight.. the first mosquito fogging of the season is taking place in sunnyvale. the concern is growing over the increase of west nile virus in the bay area. vector control says that along with mosquitoes... crows are also carrying the virus. crews will be fogging several blocks bordered by east arquez avenue on the north... the el camino on the south.. fair oaks on the west and bowers avenue on the east. residents in the foggin zone believe this is important.
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extra precautions if you are over fifty...">( james ) the fogging will end at two in the morning wednesday. four people have contracted west nile virus in southern california. none so far in the bay area. ( james ) a blue whale carcass washes up in point reyes. the marine mammal center will head to the beach today... to figure out how the animal died. ship strikes and and getting caught up in fishing gear are the leading causes of whale deaths. blue whales are the largest animals on earth and are listed as an endangered species. about 28-hundred blue whales live off the california coast. ( darya ) a stunning site for beachgoers in santa cruz county. a dead, great white shark washed ashore on "beer can beach" in aptos. it measured about 9-feet long... and weighed about 500- pounds. a marine biologist who's been studying these sharks for about 4-years now... kayaking alongside them in the water... often sees about 25 of them a day.
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( darya ) the shark had a number of cuts and scrapes on its body... likely from sea lions. but the marine biologist we talked to believes a bacterial infection killed the shark. ( darya ) bay area baseball... and tonight the giants are looking to bounce back from a tough loss at home against the miami marlins.( james ) bottom of the 2nd... pablo sandoval hit a 2-run home run... giving the giants a 3-0 lead. but in the bottom of the 9th... with a 4-0 lead... the giants just could not hold on. hunter stickland had a rough night... blowing the lead. the marlins scored 5 runs... and up end winning this one 5-4. the 2 teams face off again tonight. first pitch is 7:15. (james) james adlib big board. ( james ) still ahead ... nasa shows
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(anny hong): temperatures will warm throughout the interior this afternoon as high pressure begins to build over the southwestern united states. little day-to-day change in highs are expected from tuesday to wednesday as the ridge flattens before a more noted warming trend
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develops late in the week and into the weekend with hot temperatures forecast for inland areas. ( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. ( james ) take a look at this.new incredible images of jupiter ... that look like an oil painting. nasa says the massive clouds are made of ammonia-ice crystals, and contain huge cyclonic wind patterns. scientists think the dark patches are deeper clouds within the belt. the image was taken from the juno spacecraft ... which was about 49-hundred miles from the top of the clouds of the gas giant. ( james ) coming up in the next
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hour... we're following breaking news out of union city... where police were involved in a shooting that injured one person. ( james ) plus... protestors will gather in redwood city this morning ... in response to president trump's zero tolerance policy at the border (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) an overnight police
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shooting rocks an east bay
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neighborhood. im live at the scene with the latest. the latest.the scene with im live at the scene with the latest. < nats children crying>( james ) heartbreaking audio is released from the u-s mexico border ... as children cry out for their parents. ( james ) and get ready to pay more to ride caltrain. the new prices set to start next month. (darya) good (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom.. (james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (anny hong): temperatures will

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