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now at eight .... nat ... calfire pouring additional crews into the sprawling pawnee fire in lake county ... we have an date from the scene. whoosh new child sex charges against an east bay teacher and babysitter as the list of alleged victims grows. we are getting calls every day whoosh nat and she told her neighbor to go back to mexico with all the other drug dealers. the american born man's calm response has gone viral. (pam) firefighters battle walls of flames... as the pawnee fire in lake
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county grows tonight.. and shows little sign of slowing down.(pam) thank you for joining us i'm pam moore.(ken) and i'm ken wayne. here's a look at where we stand at this hour. the pawnee fire has burned 13 thousand acres and is now 17 percent contained. 22 structures including homes have burned. and 600 more are threatened. (pam) kron-4's gabe slate reports from near the fire line in lake county. stand up - gabe slate " all day tuesday firefighters battled the stubborn pawnee fire up in lake county, there is no end in sight, here is an update from cal fire" sound from david clark - cal fire pio "the fire is 5% contained, over 11,00 acres burned, 22 structures burned, 12 are residents, the others are out buildings" cal fire public information officer david clark says 5 percent contained might not sound like much but it was a good day for them weather wise sound from david clark - cal fire pio "what really makes it hard is the whipping hot wind, we did not have that today" david
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clark says it's the wind that really complicates things. sound from david clark - cal fire pio"the high winds do two things, dry out the tinder in front of the fire and make it burn more intense and make the airplane efforts harder, the retardant dropping" nats truck the pawnee fire has grown to cover roughly 18 square miles 600 structures are threatened.. firefighters from all over the bay area are up here hayward, berkeley, alameda, san jose. today a new advisary warning evacuation, meaning be ready to evaucate any moment, went out for colusa county east of the walker ridge area. the fire jumped a damn near there and is spreading east david shows us on their fire map, which was printed a few hours ago but is now outdated.. sound from david clark - cal fire pio"the fire jumped this river and damn and is spreading here to the ridge - tomorrow we will have to make a new map " cal fire says roughly 300 people right now are evacuated most of them are here camping outside the mooselodge which is located just a few miles south west of the fire. sound from daylon clausen - "i just want to go home" daylon clausen echoes what many are feeling here there is nothing to do but sit and wait and think about thinigs that could have been grabbed during the evacuation. sound from fay draperkett "i had to leave my dogs "
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animal control did get fay's dogs out safely.. they are currenly at a kennel. frusteration here among the evacuees with no end to the fire in sight but they are thankful for the help and what the fire fighters are doing. sound from aden gardner sound from bryan shwartzin lake county gabe slate kroon 4 news. stand up - gabe slate lawrence 4 news. lawrence karnow: it became mostly sunny and breezy for most of the bay area. highs were cooler but still warm inland with 80s. the sea breeze is blowing again and
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will bring fog and low clouds further inland tonight. we could see some patch drizzle too. fire weather conditions will improve a little more tomorrow and thursday with increaing humidity and decreasing winds. that changes starting on friday with hot temperatures and gusty offshore winds. on the satellite you can see an area of low pressure approaching the coast. that will help to deepen the marine layer and cool temperatures to below normal the next couple of days. highs tomorrow will be in the 70s to low 80s inland, 60s and 70s around the bay and 50s and low 60s at the coast. it will be very similar and breezy on thurday. but on friday high pressure will build overhead to bring hot temperatures inland. highs on friday will be in the 90s and low 100s by saturday. the weather pattern will cool to near normal by next week. (pam ) new charges filed against a former bay area high school teacher.... accused of molesting children.(ken) 28 year old brandon genest has now been charged with two new felonies -- now making a total of seven -- involving four alleged victims -- all under the age of 14.(pam) kron4's michelle kingston is
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live in martinez with new details tonight.. michelle? genest's bail has increased to two million dollars.now that two more victims have been identified. (mk)28 year brandon genest -- chemistry teacher by day ... babysitter by night.and now behind bars -- accused of molesting not one.. not two.. but four victims -- three boys, and one girl -- all under the age of 14. authorities say the incidents happened while babysitting -- and not while teaching.he was previously employed at bentley high school in lafayette before his arrest.devon bell, deputy district attorney"you can never be sure. parents really have to trust their gut but at the end of the day you can never be sure. people who molest and take advantage of children can be anyone in the community and they are difficult to spot."kron4 news told you earlier this month about two of genest's victims -- a six and seven year old boy and girl in walnut creek. two new victims have now been
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identified as two boys -- one in san francisco and the other also in walnut creek.the alleged offense dates go back as far as last october.police say their investigation is only beginning.devon bell, deputy district attorney"we are searching mr. genest's social media accounts, his computer, his phone, attempting to contact as many victims as we possibly can." police say genest was advertising his babysitting services on a number of websites including sittercity, urban sitter, care and facebook.they're also working with law enforcement officers in both rhode island and virginia -- where genest lived prior to the bay area. devon bell, deputy district attorney"he does have ties to other states so we're trying to get the word out and trying to spread as much information as we can to contact as many potential victims as we can in other states." police do anticipate additional charges as they continue to investigate.in martinez, michelle kingston kron 4 news.
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president trump: today's supreme court ruling just coming out, a tremendous success, a tremendous victory for the american people.(ken) the u.s. supreme court is upholding the president's travel ban in a 5-4 ruling. but not everyone is calling it a victory.(pam) this case involved the third version of the travel ban which has been in effect since december. natasha chen explains how we got here. today the supreme court ruled 5-4 that presiden't trump's travel restrictions on people from seven countries will stay in effect. president donald trump: thng shows that all of the attacks from the media and the democrat politicians are wrong and they turned out to be very wrong and what we're looking for as republicans, i can tell you is strong borders, no crime. the policy restricts nationals from iran, north korea, syria, libya, yemen, somalia...and certain venezuelan government officials ...from entering the united states. but this travel ban is very different from the first travel ban issued in
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january of 2017.mass protests followed at various airports across the country, lawsuits were filed, and the ban was blocked.in march 2017 - a second travel ban was unveiled - and blocked again. the trump administrtation released the most recent version of the travel ban in september of last year.in december, the supreme court allowed this newest version to take effect pending appeal. the state of hawaii - as lead plaintiff - argued against the ban, saying one - that the preshad overstepped his authority.and two - that the order violates the constitution's establishment clause- which bars the government from favoring one religion over another.at issue are some of the comments then candidate- trump made during his campaign - "donald j. trump is calling for a complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states"but today - chief justice john roberts said the travel ban fit quote "squarely within the scope of presidential authority." in washington, i'm natasha chen reporting.
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(ken) people gathered for an impromptu rally against the supreme court's decision to uphold the travel ban. their message: the fight against the travel ban is not over. the speakers say the the president's policy is actually a muslim ban. because five of the seven countries on the list have overwhelmingly muslim populations. protesters called the decision to uphold it....shameful.
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defunct vallco shopping mall .... could help ease the bay area housing crunch. valco mall owner sandhill properties ... is proposing a massive housing project with one- point- eight million square feet of office space and 400,000 square feet of retail. the project would include 24-hundred housing units, 50-percent of which, would be considered affordable housing. test case for the recently a passed senate bill -35, which would require cities to fast-track such projects. (sot) ".....that's really what sb-35 was designed to do, designed to help provide tools to actually get housing built in places where there are processes and delays and we hope this project in cupertino will serve as an example for other projects that are interested in getting this kind of housing built to address the hosing crisis..." (pam) the city has notified vallco the city has (pam) hosing crisis..." (pam) the city has notified vallco owner -sand hill properties- the project appears to meet the bills
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requirements. a final decision could come by late september. coming up at eight.. kids get sick after playing at an east bay water park. what an inspection revealed.
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the east bay.. a new report clai, that lake temescal in the oakland hills may be more vulnerable to sewage spills than previously reported.(ken) yeah, the lake is occasionaly closed because of algae blooms created by
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contamination, especially after big orms, but according to this new report the public may not be getting all the facts.kron 4's charles clifford is live for us tonight in oakland with details. charles. . . a new alameda county grand jury final report concludes that lake temescal , in the oakland hills, is sometimes contaminated by sewage.the report finds that "a particularily troubling source of contamination is untreated sewage that periodically seeps into the lake's usual water flows."the lake is frequently closed when water testing reveals contamination, but the grand jury finds that the public isnt always told what the contamination is, saying "we learned that citizens were not adequetly notified about sewage spills at the lake." around the lake on tuesday, park goes were suprised to hear that the closures might
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be the result of sewage spills. soti think i've seen signs out here that talk about the algae but i haven't seen anything that's mentioned sewage.the grand jury report notes that the most likely source of the sewage contamination is probably aging sewer lines that are damaged or overwhelmed during big rain storms. the report also conlcudes that east bay regional parks and oakland public works need to do a better job of communicating with the public.in a statement tuesday, regional parks said "the park district has received the grand jury report and takes public health and safety very seriously. when notified of a city of oakland sewer system overflow, the park district immediately closes the lake, posts signage, and tests for water quality. the lake is only reopened once safe according to california state health and safety standards."the grand jury report also reccommends that sewer repair crews and third party contractors who work on sewer lines, recieve additonal training and keep detailed records of their work.
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(pam) the fallout from a battle over the sale of bottled water is not over. the woman nickamed "permit patty" has now resigned from her job, following the backlash over the viral video. (ken) we're now hearing directly from the woman whose name is alison ettel. she's been under fire for complaining about an 8 year old african- american girl selling water without a permit. the girl's mother took this video---which includes ettel's claim she was calling police. something that never happened. ettel now says she wants people to know she's sorry.
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it was - all i heard was the yelling. how could it possibly be racism? i should have never have confronted her and i know that but i did and i'm embarrassed by that.">(ken) ettel says she wishes she'd just walked away. (ken) a popular east bay water park been shut down due to a malfunction that left children sick.(pam) it happened at the blue goose water park in brentwood. that is where officials recieved a complaint... that four kids had become sick with gastro- intestinal illness after visiting. that prompted health services to inspect the park. they then found a malfunction with the water purification system. officials say, that would not necessarily make someone sick. but for now, the park remains closed... until the system i fixed and officials sign off on the repairs.. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o. kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow
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is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: it became mostly sunny and breezy for most of the bay area. highs were cooler but still warm inland with 80s. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring fog and low clouds further inland tonight. we could see some patch drizzle too. fire weather conditions will improve a little more tomorrow and thursday with increaing humidity and decreasing winds. that changes starting on friday with hot temperatures and gusty offshore winds. on the satellite you can see an area of low pressure approaching the coast. that will help to deepen the marine layer and cool temperatures to below normal the next couple of days. highs tomorrow will be in the 7 tlow 80s inland, 60s and 70s around the bay and 50s and low 60s at the coast. it will be very similar and breezy on thurday. but on friday high pressure will build overhead to bring hot temperatures inland. highs on friday will be in the 90s and low 100s by saturday. the weather pattern will cool to
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near normal by next week. (pam) if you are worried about the future of american democracy, you are not alone. in a new, bi-partisan survey... one out of two people say, they feel the country is in danger of becoming un-democratic.(pam) (pam) if you are
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worried about the future of american democracy, you are not alone. in a new, bi-partisan survey... one out of two people say, they feel the country is in danger of becoming un- democratic. the study, funded from the joseph biden and george w bush foundations, revealed that american patriotism runs deep. natlast month a softball crowd in visalia spontaneously sang the national anthem at the start of a game.the new study found six out of ten americans
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say living in a democracy is highly important to them.a majority also agreed that it is more important that the majority does not trample on the rights of individuals and small groups.thirty nine percent chose the alternative: it is more important that the will of the majority prevails. the report also uncovered deep concerns about how our democracy is functioning,68 percent say it;s getting weaker, 55 percent say it is weak right nowand fully half the respondents agreed that america is in real danger of losing its democratic government altogether,the big problems threatening democracy: 28 percent said it 's big money influencing elections. slightly fewer then came government paralysis and the news media's lack of reliability, (ken) the poll asked people how to reverse the trend.fully 80 percent supported stronger protections against racialbias
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in policing and criminal sentencing." new ahead at 8 he was armed with a knife, duct tape and pepper spray. and trying to get into the home of a teen girl. what happened when her mother confronted him. why five teens who taunted a drowning man and filmed it.. will not face any criminal charges. ((gary sports tease))"coming up a little bit later in this broadcast. we'll look in on the giants. a's are hitting home runs at a rapid pace. we'll check our their game from pam's home town of detroit. and also, when flipping the bird is okay. we'll show you with the legendary bill russell. later in this broadcast."
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new at 8 five teens who recorded a man drowning will not face charges. that's because by law they were not required to help.
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the video recorded last july...shows the teens laughing as jamel dunn struggled to stay alive. the teens taunted dunn. saying he was "going to die" and they were not going to help. the cocoa police department in florida had recommended the state attorney's office file charges for failure to report a death. but the office says no charges will be filed. because no law requiring a death to be reported is on the books. (pam) a georgia teacher's dying wish ... was for mourners to help needy children get school supplies. tammy waddell died of colon cancer earlier this month. but before she passed away, she told her family, instead of flowers at her funeral, she wanted people to donate backpacks filled with school supplies for students in need. one of the photographs from her funeral shows church pews home says, it got roughly 130 packs - each filled with enough supplies to last half a school year, and the donations are still coming in.
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coming up at eight.. a woman's racist rant against a man goes viral... after she calls him and his mother "illegals" and "animals" plus. the tick bite that could give you an allergy to meat. and next. a facility housing girls recently separated from their families and it is right here in the bay area. what the conditions are like there. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast. details are right after the break.
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(ken) tonight we're learning that about two dozen children are being held at an east bay shelter for immigrant youth.(pam) two of them are young girls who were separated from their families... as a result of the administration's zero- tolerance policy. kron4's dan kerman has the details. up until recently this pleasant hill facility was a temporary shelter for immigrant children who crossed the border alone. but when president trump authorized the separation of parents and children at the border, the background of those transferred her changed.sot martin nelis/city of pleasant hill spokesman 14-24two of the minors currently at the facility are adolescent girls between 12 and 17 who were recently separated from their parents at the border as a result of the administrations policy and they have been transferred into the facility in the last 24 days.city of pleasant hill spokesman martin nelis says southwest key, which operates the facility for the federal government's office of refugee resettlement
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says efforts are now underway to reunify the two girls with their parents.sotweve never had any issues or complaints with this facility over the last 13 years . they've always been good neighbors to residents and businesses that surround that facility.sot rep. mark desaulnier (d-walnut creek) 55-105i'd love to be able ee the facitand be able to talk to the kids and make sure they are ok and do everything we can to make sure they get back with their parents as soon as possible. east bay congressman mark desaulnier who's district covers pleasant hill, and has been a harsh critic of the president's separation policy says he just found out about the separated children being at pleasant hill facility. and says he has requested a tour and is awaiting approval from the department of health and human services.sotright now those kids are in our community and we want them to know we care about them and dont want them to be traumatized any further, so respect their privacy and help us to make sure they are reunified and this president is stopped from doing these horrible policies that divide familiesstandup dan kerman/pleasant hill 140-150 in the meantime, southwest key which operates the facility said says it does not support separating families at the border.... and believes keeping families together is best for all involved. in
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pleasant hill, dan kerman, kron 4 news.152/std (ken) california is among 17 states suingthe trump administration to reunite families separated at the u-s mexico border. it's the first legal challenge by states over the practice. immigration authorities have separated about 23-hundred children from their parents in recent weeks. it's sparked global outrage. the president signed an executive order to end the practice. but critics say it's riddled with caveats and fails to reunited families reunited families already separated.the lawsuit says the migrants have been denied due process and their right to seek asylum. (ken) new at 8. we're getting a look at viral video of a woman going on an anti-immigrant rant in southern california.(pam)
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in the video, a woman uses racial slurs and even waves her finger in the face of a latino man .... who is a u.s. citizen. brittney hopper reports. nats: 00:00:15 why do you hate us? cause you're mexican. cause we're mexicans?!!" in this video that has now gone viral you can hear a woman screaming to this man and his mother to go back to mexico, calling this man a drug dealer, a rapist and an animal... what the woman doesn't know is that the man is 27 year old esteban guzman who was born and raised in lake arrowhead. he just graduated from cal state pomona and is now working on getting his masters degree... sot: 03:28:17 "she doesn't know who we are. so if she wants to sit down and talk i am more than happy to explain who i am and what i do." guzman who works as an administrative assistant in culver city monday through friday, then helps his family's construction business in lake arrowhead on the weekends was doing yard work with his mother saturday morning.. guzman says the confrontation started after some debris went onto her yard. in the video you can hear guzman telling the woman he was born and raised in the unites states and that he is not a rapist or drug dealer to which the woman replied, but our president says you are...
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sot: 03:19:07 "i don't blame her. i don't blame the president. i just think its morally wrong. what she is doing. she doesn't know. who we are. guzman posted the video to his facebook page which sparked hundreds of thousands of views and comments. some people praising guzman for remaining so calm, while others wrote, "i am saddened by this ignorance." guzman says he doesn't know the woman but he says he isn't angry with her either. he says he just wants to educate her and anyone else who might act thisway... sot: 02:28:08 "i believe teaching people about our culture, about our traditions is the better way to go because that way they can better understand somewhat of a background of where we are coming from and who we are" (pam) guzman also said, he
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felt it was important to speak up for people that do not have a voice in the country. the video currently has more than six- million views. (ken) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the sutro camera over san francisco(pam) kron-4's chief kron-4's (pam)san francisco (pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: it became mostly sunny and breezy for most of the bay area. highs were cooler but still warm inland with 80s. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring fog and low clouds further inland tonight. we could see some patch drizzle too. fire weather conditions will improve a little more tomorrow and thursday with increaing humidity and decreasing winds. that changes starting on friday with hot temperatures and gusty offshore winds. on the
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satellite you can see an area of low pressure approaching the coast. that will help to deepen the marine layer and cool temperatures to below normal the next couple of days. highs tomorrow will be in the 70s to low 80s inland, 60s and 70s around the bay and 50s and low 60s at the coast. it will be very similar and breezy on thurday. but on friday high pressure will build overhead to bring hot temperatures inland. highs on friday will be in the 90s and low 100s by saturday. the weather pattern will cool to near normal by next week.
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still ahead at 8 a boy gets stuck inside a statue in solano county.....how he was finally freed. plus. a woman turns a bus into her home. see the amazing transformation. and next. an airline passenger's explosive outburst as she demands to be let off a plane. the scary moments were caught on camera. ((fsc/pami))and a program
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reminder...be sure to tune into our special 4th of july show.we will cover fireworks shows from concord, san rafael, san jose and san franciscoit's the only bay area televised live.the fun starts wednesday..july 4th at 9:00 right here on kron 4.
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"get me the fóák off this g-d d--m plane... you gotta be. you don't see me "i don't f---ing care. put me in a f---ing psych vest." a spirit airlines flight was diverted from houston to minneapolis... after this irate passenger had to be removed from the plane. police officers eventually arrive and take the woman off the plane, but witnesses say, she did not go quietly -- screaming and cursing until she was off the plane. no one was hurt... however,
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many passengers and some members of the crew were shaken up... some even crying after the incident. (ken) a young boy got stuck in a statue at a solano county library yesterday. (ken) fire crews found the boy at the the fairfield civic center library. they chipped away at a small piece of stone on the statue to free him. his age and just how he got inside the statue is unclear at this time. the boy did not have any injuries. but the statue sustained minor (pam) in sports... the warriors start to zero- in on free agency... as the rest of the league chases them ... ( ken) and the swinging a's add to their major league home run record in detroit... but was it enough for a win?... gary has the highlights... and all the sports... coming up next at 8 a man flies around the world to track down a teen girl he met online. what happened when he tried to break into the girl's home.
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investigating a man who reportedly tried to break into a family's home in virginia. (ken) he flew to the u-s om new zealand, the family's 14- year-old daughter online. authorites say the girl's mother shot him... when he tried to get inside. (ken) 25-year old troy
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george skinner was shot last week... after allegedly smashing a glass door and trying to enter the home. skinner bought a knife and duct tape after arriving to the u.s. the girl's mother spotted skinner trying to break in....prompting her to fire her gun. she says her 14-year-year-old daughter met him playing video games online...but he was not invited to their home. skinner was struck in the neck and remains hospitalized...his condition is unknown. he has not officially been charged yet. (ken) there's a kind of tick-- mostly found in the south-- that can make people allergic to red meat. (ken) one woman in maine was bitten by a lone star tick... much different than your typical deer or dog tick. experts say that species is now being found in new england. adult female lone star ticks have a large white dot or álone stará on their backs. people who develop what's called the alpha-gal meat allergy from a tick can break out in hives after eating beef, pork, lamb and often dairy products. for now
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the woman is sticking to (pam) a drug sniffing dog made a huge bust in chicago. this is jayda. she helped officers seize 15-hundred pounds of marijuana. that's a street value of about ten -million dollars. she sniffed out the pot when officers pulled over a driver suspected of narcotics trafficking. the driver was arrested and charged. police say , the cannabis came from california. right now the giants... tied with the rockies 1-1 in the 6th inning... a's for the a's... when you see a tiger in front of the stadium,
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you know you're in pam's home town of detroit... it didn't look good early... bottom 3rd... dixon machado... drives one off franie montas and into the gap in left- centerfield... it's off the wall... 2 runners score on the triple for machado... 6-0 tigers but the a'scome back again... top 5th... chad pinder... with the 2-run home run... the 27th straight game the a's have homered on the road... a major league record.... 7-5 tigers top 9th... 7-7 tie... jed lowrie... who had 4 hits and a home run... lines a single to right-center... matt joyce scores... 8-7 a's... they added one more in the 9th final: 9-7 a's... they are now 4 games over .500 (42-38)... they are back at comerica park tomorrow night... they have won 6 of 8 on this road trip (sot: lexus highlight open) our lexus ultimate highlight... last night in texas... george spring of the
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astros with a deep drive to right... if it's gone it ties the game... but randal grichuk of the toronto blue jays leaps above the wall to rob him of a 3-run home run take a couple of more looks... the poor astors fan thought he had caught a game-tying home run... but no dice as girchuk makes a great catch... springer also blue jays win 6-3... and lexus ultimate highlight! with the nba draft all over with, the next item on the agenda for the warriors front office-- free agency. bob myers and his staff have a number of contract issues to address as the team has several players with their deals coming up such as nick young, javale mcgee, zaza pachulia, and david west. another thing to keep in mind is how much the rest of the league is going to rosters... what's going to happen with lebron james and paul last year-- we saw several teams load up including oklahoma city. this time around, myers expecting more of the same. "whether we are good or not, the league is gonna come after us, or any team for that matter, which is what it should be. this is competition, you are trying to win a championship. you expect it, so for us. the job would more be about what we accomplish internally and whatever happens in the league, you tip your hat to them because there's just some really smart people out there. there's some really competitive front offices, ownership, coaches, players. that's what makes winning a championship worthwhile"
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not many not many surprises at the nba awards show last night... but the most memorable may have been bill russell's reaction to charles barkley calling him last before presenting a lifetime achievment award... "sitting at this table right here is living legends. you got chet the jet walker. thank you for everything you did for me. mister elgin baylor. thank you for everything you did for me. we got mister bill russell. thank you."> now look at the smile on russell's face when e does it... he is obviously having some fun with having some obviously it... he is when e does it... he is obviously having some fun with barkley... who he knows and you figure if anyone is cool with a little "trolling"... it would be barkley russell... or course the greatest winner in team sports history with 11 nba titles... and a social activist when it wasn't very popular... just having some fun last night
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the lakers are expected to make a lot of noise in free agency with all their cap room... in fact magic johnson says he will step down as the lakers' president of basketball operations if he can't persuade an elite free agent to sign with his club within the next two summers. the lakers proimary targets for this summer are lebron james and paul george... they should have enugh cap money to sign them both if johnson can convince them to come to los angeles... if those efforts don't work... johnson will pursue the large crop of 2019 free agents magic took over the lakers' front office in february of last year.
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last year. world cup... only one game of note... but it was a big one... lionel messi... and argentina... facingelimination if they don't beat nigeria 14th minute... scoreless... messi... gets the through... great touch onto his right foot... and hammers it into the back of the net... 1-0 argentina diego maradona... loves it! but nigeria ties it 1-1... 86th minute.. argentina with the cross to maojos.. he finds the back of the net to win it!.... messi jumps on his back in celebration final... 2-1 argentina... they advance to the knockout (wipe to argentina fans celebrate) back in buenos aires... argentina fans go wuild after the winning goal is scored... argentina will now face france in the round of 16... a oneand-done kniockout stage
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next at 8. we take a look inside a bus converted into a tiny home... and why the owner is having trouble selling it. tonight at 9 i try to follow the actual rules i guess, i've had enough close calls if i actually try and do what i need what it tell me to do then i might not dieat the intersection of market and valencia there is this black and white sign what does it mean? i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
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i'm april kennedy and i'm an arborist th pg&. since the onset of the drought, more than 129 million trees have died in california. pg&e prunes and removes over a million trees every year to ensure that hazardous trees can't impact power lines. and since the onset of the drought we've doubled our efforts. i grew up in the forests out in this area and honestly it's heartbreaking to see all these trees dying. what guides me is ensuring that the public is going to be safer and that these forests can be sustained and enjoyed by the community in the future. woman has spent thousands of
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dollars and three years - converting an old greyhound bus into a tiny home. (pam) with a bed at one end and a steering wheel at the other ... jessie lipskin spent three years converting this old style passenger bus into her home which she started living in-- in january. (pam) a full size bedroom and fishbowl window fill the back bedroom, there's a full size shower, more than 7 feet of closet space and a kitchen with sink, stove and refrigerator. she said it still works and comfortably fits four. now she's selling it on craigslist for 149-thousand dollars.. < sot jessie lipskin, bus owner: "it's too large for me. i can't drive it on my own. it was a labor of love for sure, so i want to find to the right person that will really
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appreciate it."> (pam) she says she's had trouble finding buyers because real estate agents and r-v brokers say they're not allowed tot sell the converte lipskin says she wants to live in a tiny home again ... but wants to downsize to one smaller than the bus. (pam) window washers became super - heroes for a day ... for young patients at an iowa hospital. employees from a window cleaning service changed into their secret identities of captain america... batman... spiderman and daredevil. they then repelled do 'blank children's hospital' in des moines... and played tic-tac-toe on the windows.. as they cleaned. the entertainment for the children is apparently a regular event for larry's window cleaners. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken) but our primetime coverage is just getting started this busy tuesday.vicki liviakis ihere with kron 4 news at 9...vicki? ((vicki))thank you pam and ken...next at nine...outrage is growing over a prop
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detention centerat a formal naval base in concord.today protesters marched to a city council meeting to express their frustration.we'll hear from them..next in a live report.plus...the wildfire burning in lake county has now grown to 13-thousand acres.but another heat wave could spell trouble for firefighters battling the blaze.the latest on the containment effort...coming up.((vicki)) plus...several children fall ill at a popular water park. what officials think is the cause.keep it here...kron 4 news at nine starts right after the break.
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(ken) (ken) california is among 17 states suing the trump administration to reunite families separated at the u-s mexico border. good evening -- i'm ken wayne. (vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis. it's the first legal challenge by states over the practice.(vicki) immigration authorities have separated about 23-hundred children from their parents in recent weeks. it's sparked global outrage. the president signed an executive order to end the practice. but critics say it's riddled with caveats and
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fails to reunited families already says the migrants have beenenied due process and their right to seek asylum. (grant) an immigrant detention center in the east bay is set to be built on a former navalweapons base in concord.and several people are not happy about it. kron 4's ali reid is live in concord with the story...ali? the city council chamber is packed with people speaking out against building a detention camp here in concord. they tell us this all came as a surprise when that u-s navy document was leaked last friday ...and now people are standing up and speaking out. this evening they marched from the concord bart station to city hall ...where they rallied outside the building for abput an hour before making their way into the council chambers.this community is standing

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