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( lydia ) breaking news we are following... out of the east bay. a public health advisory has been issued for martinez and pacheco because of an incident at the shell refinery in martinez. here's a look at a map of the area that is under an advisory. officials are not saying what the "incident" is that forced this advisory but do say that it could impact people with breathing problems. kron4's sara stinson is headed to the scene and will have a live report in just a few minutes. (lydia) good morning and thanks for joining us for the kron 4 morning news.im lydia pantazes.lets start this morning with a check of weather. a modest a modest warming trend will
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continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure
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weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time.time.expected at this convection is expected at this time. (lydia) an east bay golf coach is behind bars this morning. the 52-year-old man is accused of assaulting multiple underage students. officials say it happened during his time as a golf coach in sunol... and that there could be more victims. kron4's gayle ong has the story.
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trusted as a golf coach.52-year-old ki (kee) kim - known as kenny now faces 8 felony counts of sexual assault of multiple underage girlsalameda county detectives say the victims were all his golf studentsit doesn't look like much now.. but this used to be the country drives golf center in sunol where detectives say kim workedthe center closed more than two years ago but an employee of a business next door who does not want to reveal her identity says she remembers kimonly when i showed her this picture she says he would come in to get coffee and saw him with his
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studentsand she is quite surprised of the news..nat sound (lydia)that was kron 4s gayle ong reporting. the alameda county sheriff's office believes there could be more victims. anyone is urged to call police. (lydia)an update to a story we brought you back in may. no charges will be filed in the drowning of an east bay high school student.danville police say, the death of 15-year-old benjamin curry in the school's pool was accidental. detectives say they found no signs of foul play in the death, nor any criminal negligence. the investigation included the review of video footage from the pool area, as well as numerous interviews with family, classmates, and staff... along with a final review by the contra costa
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district attorney's office. (lydia)also in the east bay... investigators are trying to determine how a dead body ended up in a park. a woman's body was found in a park in oakland ... on krause avenue... near bancroft and 73rd avenue.. kron4's haaziq madyun has the story. sotit happened around 9:30am here at arroyo viejo creek in east oakland. police secured the area with yellow crime scene tape, while investigators collected multiple pieces of evidence at the scene. opd spokesperson felicia aisthorpe describes the area where the woman's body was foundsot the creeruns through a neighborhood park. there is also an elementary school near by. several years ago a female homicide victim was found in
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this same creek. a suspect was arrested and charged in that case. police say there appears to be no connection to this case. although it is early in the investigation police are not ready to rule out foul play sotthere are no surveillance cameras in the area near the creek where the body was found or in arroyo park park. anyone who has information about what happened oakland police would like to hear from you...in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news (lydia)in the north bay... a man is dead this morning after being struck by two vehicles... while riding his bike. it happened on stony point road in unincorporated sonoma county. there authorities found the bicyclist dead. his name has not yet been released. the vehicles fled...but evidence at the scene indicated a jeep libery was one of the vehicles. officers eventually caught up to the jeep's driver... 22- year-old gyvaughn smith. officers are currently searching the area for the
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second driver... beleived to be the owner of a dark colored sedan. (lydia)the fire burning in yolo and napa counties has now scorched more than 88 - thousand acres . new numbers just released from calfire has containment up to 33- percent... with some evacuations lifted. however other new mandatory evacuations are in effect... as nearly one thousand structures are still in serious danger. kron-4's terisa estacio has the latest. (terisa estacio reporting, yolo county fire)just recently, the flames flared up on the ridge behind me...take a look - you can see how helicopters staged an aggressive air assault on the fire... dropping thousands of gallons of water in an attempt to stop the further spread of the yolo county fire... this all happening off of highway 16 near the town of rumsey.... it is quite a battle going on out here.. the winds picked up on thursday afternoon, so did the temperature. it pushed toward 100. the combination plus the dry conditions, presented the perfect opportunity for the fire to spread according to calfire
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officials. look over here at these other hot spots and flare ups. a calfire spokesperson says a large crew of fire fighters in the air and on the ground are working hard to make progress. chris elms calfire spokesperson we are so thankful. in the community - a deep sense of gratitude to those braving the elements to save homes, livestock and valuable agriculture. these signs of thanks dot the landscape. still there is a lot of worry out here.thalin umbay, yolo co. resident. yeah, me and my grandmother have asthma it was bad out here, scary? yeah. terisa estacio - temperatures are expected to rise again this weekend - and that will be yet another challenge for crews to face. in yolo county, terisa estacio kron four news. < :08 - nats of < :08 - nats of explosion> explosion>< :08 - nats of <
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:08 - nats of explosion>< :08 - nats of < :08 - nats of explosion> (lydia)25 people are dead... and at least 40 others are hurt ... after this massive firework explosion just outside mexico city. it happened at an open air market which sells fireworks and was crowded with dozens of shoppers thursday. 300 emergency fire responders rushed to the scene ... those injured were transferred to nearby hospitals. (lydia)in northern thailand... a diver has died, trying to help 13 people trapped inside
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a cave. the 12 boys and their soccer coach have been trapped for almost two weeks now. and now... the diver's death calls attention to the dangers rescuers face... trying to keep those boys alive. andrew spencer reports. officials in northern thailand say the rescue diver was a former thai navy seal. he had just finished delivering oxygen tanks to the cavern where 12 boys and their soccer coach, who have been trapped inside a cave since june 23.on his way from the boys to an underground command center, officials say the diver ran out of air while underwater. after his death, other rescue divers are trying to stay focused on the task at hand: keeping the boys alive.mikko paasi, volunteer diver: "definitely, you can feel it. that it has an effect. but, uhh... we're moving on. everybody is a professional, so we're trying to put it away and avoid it never happen again."for days, experts have emphasized the dangers of cave diving, even for experienced divers -- traveling for hours in the darkness, often with or against the flow of water through very narrow passages.
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claus rasmussen, thai cave diving association: "it's hard work. it's a scary sensation if you're not used to it. even when you are used to it, it can be very scary."crews are still pumping as much water out of the cave as they can -- especially with heavy rain in the forecast. divers have been teaching the boys how to use oxygen masks, but the death of an experienced diver in those tunnels punctuates the dangers of trying to bring the boys out that way.dr. lise van susteren, forensic psychiatrist: "the fear that someone will panic is absolutely legitimate, and then of course, that brings not only a hazard to the child but also to the expert diver." i'm andrew spencer, reporting (lydia)also in thailand.. officials say 56 people are still missing off the island of phuket.. after a storm overturned a diving boat. the boat was carrying 105 people, 93 of those were tourists... 11 crew members and one tour guide when it toppled in 16- foot waves yesterday. one male passenger has been confirmed
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dead, and at least 12 people hospitalized. (lydia) coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... a large batch of racist fliers... invade a bay area community. we tell you where it happened. (lydia)plus... contra costa county is working overtime to reunite lost pets and their owners... following wednesday firework displays. why they say they are expecting more lost pets... to end up in their care. (lydia)and... because of illegal fireworks... a bay area man has lost at least one finger. that story's next... after the break. (lydia) and here's a live look outside...at the san mateo bridge.
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at the marine mammal center, the environment is everything. we want to do our very best for each and every animal, and we want to operate a sustainable facility. and pg&e has been a partner helping us to achieve that. we've helped the marine mammal center go solar, install electric vehicle charging stations, and become more energy efficient.
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pg&e has allowed us to be the most sustainable organization we can be. any time you help a customer, it's a really good feeling. it's especially so when it's a customer that's doing such good and important work for the environment. together, we're building a better california. a tornado touching down in florida. it destroyed a warehouse, knocked a hole in a restaurant ... and even sent boaters fleeing when it passed over a lake thursday. once the shock and the sky settled ... many people spent the rest of their holiday afternoon cleaning up. no injuries were reported. (lydia) welcome back.
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checking in on your morning forecast. a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near
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the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time. (lydia)in the east bay... fourth of july celebrations
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went wrong for two men... leaving both severely injured by illegal fireworks. kron 4's ali reid reports from newark... where one man lost at least one finger. neighbors tell me it was a big celebration.fireworks were being set off right at this intersection.around 10pm, things took a turn for the worse.pkgduring the 4th of july celebrations ... fireworks could be seen all over the bay area. some of them, however ... were illegal. i heard them shouting and stuff.those screams of fear ... a big explosion amputated a 28 year old man's finger and part of a second finger .... while he was lighting fireworks on dupont avenue.charlotte duval / neighborthey looked like they were using safe precautions, so we don't know if it was just a bad one. we were thinking, what if it was a defective one.regardless if the crowd was using precautions, fireworks are illegal in newark. that's unless they're safe and sane - meaning anything that doesn't
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shoot into the air.an arreguin / neighborthey were having a big, big big (like a lot of fireworks?) some really big onesparamedics treated him at the scene before taking him to the hospital.they were inside for a while, for like 20 mins then they took him to the hospitalover in antioch ... outside an atuo body shop the firework was on top of the debris pile and he decided to light it. a 32 year old suffered severe hand injuries after lighting fireworks he found in a dumpster, even after his brother in law urged him not to.all i hear was an explosion and i run to him and it was hecca bleeding on his hand, so i tied it up for him to stop the bleeding.he was rushed to the hospital ...the firework is going to have a lasting impact on this person's life. damaging both hands. it's possible there may even be an amputation of one handstandupofficials say even with these reports, there will be people shooting off
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fireworks through the weekend. and the risk of fire will increase, as its expected to be hotter and windier over the next couple days.reporting live from newark ... ali reid ... kron 4 news. (lydia)this morning... police are looking for a driver who they say... threw a firework at a woman... sending her to the hospital. the woman was standing on the coner of fulton street and masonic avenue in san francisco when she says a man in a sedan pulled up and threw a firework at her... and the firework went off and injured her left foot. the driver then sped off, and crews took the woman to the hospital. she is expected to be okay. (lydia)a bay area wide crackdown on illegal fireworks... ends in dozens of arrests... and hundreds of pounds of confiscated fireworks. it was an especially busy night for san bruno police. officers there say they got lucky wednesday afternoon... while driving past a party. police seized 316 pounds of illegal fireworks from a car
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parked in front the party and made four arrests. later that evening when officers responded to an illegal fireworks call... they found more than just sparklers. (sot)
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owner ".....it makes people happy, they come over here and they set up chairs towatch it..."the intersection of bonita avenue and east san antonio streetseemed to be the main launch pad for quite a display judging fromthe spent fireworks littering the street. there are several scenes like this around the five wounds neighborhood. i saw dozens of spent rockets, firecracker debris and sparklers. the show lasted into to the wee hours said one resident.mike/five wounds resident ".....san jose police and firefighters are so overwhelmed with all these illegal fireworks that it's impossible for them to enforce the law...."san jose police were no doubt busy but said statistics about arrests and citations issued for illegal fireworks were not immdiately available. the number of complaints and citations issued by way of the city's on-line reporting tool wont be available for two weeks said a fire department official. mike says folks here either don't know it's illegal ot they dont care.mike/resident "...of course you've got yojr knuckleheads who are going to
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hurt themselves and blow thigs up but you've got to let people celebrate at least one day a year, to make it illegal turns everyone into criminals..."whie he is unwilling to turn in his neighbors, one man said he is more concerned about the mess in the streets right now. another said his dog has not come out from under the bed. sooner or later someone will be hurt worries maria aranda. maria aranda/resident "...alot of people like it and alot of people dont like it but there is just nothing we can do about it...."in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news (lydia) still ahead on the kron four morning news... white house e-p-a chief scott pruitt resigns... who's to take his place monday (lydia) and here's a live look outside... at the golden gate bridge. the hollywood minute is coming up after the break.
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(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) a modest warming trend will
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continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time. (lydia) i'm tracking your entertainment headlines today. we've got the scoop on a big movie due out next summer, and two smaller films opening this weekend. here's david daniel with the hollywood "you wanna tell me why you just put me in a room with this tea-and-crumpets-eating criminal?""you know, i think that tight t-shirt's cutting off the circulation to your brain. you should get a bigger size.""you guys are gonna work together.""love to."dwayne
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johnson and jason statham squared off last year in "the fate of the furious" -- now their spinoff has a villain! according to multiple reports, idris elba has been cast as the bad guy in "hobbs and shaw," which is s to hit theaters next july."she was a little tough on whitney, because she knew what whitney had." (nat) "there were always a lot of secrets. when you don't resolve them, when you don't deal with things..." (nat) "...they never go away." troubled superstar singer whitney houston returns to the big-screen in the documentary "whitney." interviews with family and friends, and previously unseen home video, help bring new insights into houston's tumultuous life and early death. "whitney" opens in limited release this weekend."you wanna make some money here, use your white voice.""my white voice?""i'm not talking about will smith white. like this, young blood: 'hey, mr. kramer, this is langston from regal view."also opening limited this weekend: "sorry to bother you," from writer-director boots riley. lakeith stanfield stars as a black telemarketer with self- esteem issues. the satire about race and power is earning rave reviews -- at last check, the rating website rotten-tomatoes dot-com had it at 95-percent fresh. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. (lydia) (lydia) still ahead on the
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kron four morning news... a small south bay community... littered with racist fliers. hear who police say may be responsible. (lydia)and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll be back with more of your kron 4 morning news after the break. (áco ( lydia )breaking news we are
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following this morning... a health advisory is issued after an incident at the shell refinery in martinez. kron 4's sara stinson is live in martinez with the details. sara. ( sara )this is a public health advisory for martinez and pacheco. an incident at the shell refinery in martinez could affect individuals with respiratory sensitivities. most people will not be affected. eye, skin, nose or throat irritation may be possible for some people in
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the affected area. if people experience any irritation, advise them to go inside and rinse any irritated area of their body with water. handle this as advisory information only. ( lydia ) information only. this as advisory information only.
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( lydia ) thanks, sara. a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday
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of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time.
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(lydia)in the south bay, neighors in the small community of saratoga are in shock.... after someone put up racist posters downtown. the posters have since been taken down, but no one knows who is responsible. kron 4's charles clifford has reaction from residents and the mayor. well, big basin way here in saratoga is a meticulously manacured street and when these posters appeared a lot of people were upset.earlier this week, someone put these posters up through out downtwon saratoga. they encouraged people to report illegal immigrants by calling the phone number for immigrations and custom enforcement or ice. there's also the web address of a texas based white supremicist group.in a statement thursday, saratoga's mayor said, "these posters do not represent what the city of saratoga stands for." the posters were apparently found along big basin way in saratoga and taken down quickly.on thursday, neighbors expressed outrage that alt-right propoganda would be posted in their community. sotwell, my
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viseral reaction is that its disgusting and saddens medr. greg sancier says he's dismayed that someone would be so bold as to post blantant racism here.sotthat in this community that is so diverse, and of varying backgrounds and cultural backgrounds of every type you can think of. that someone would be that racist to distribute that type of literature.he also doesn't recall anything like this happening here before.soti'm unaware of anything like this previously. certainly in other parts of the country but not in this community.the mayor says that "there are no specific steps being taken to prevent this from occurring again" butg she adds that "public works will be going around to make sure this is prevented."so far the person who posted the posters has not been identified. in saratoga, charles clifford kron 4 news. (lydia) d-n-a testing is being used to verify biological links
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between parents and children separated at the border.... but it's sparking controversy. activists are concerned the government is being too invasive with children. but federal officials say it helps expedite the confirmation process... as they work to meet court demands. so far... exact numbers on separations are still unclear but the department of health and human services says under áthree- thousand children are in custody with around a hundred under the age of five. a federal judge in california ordered a halt to most family separations at the u-s border. by july 10th children under 5 must be reunited with their parents... and by july 26th all children should be reunited with their parents. (lydia)here at home kron 4 reached out to san francisco based company... '23 and me' ... which previously said, it would be willing to supply d-n-a kits to reunite familes. in a statement, the company told us, it is not involved in the health department's program right now. however the company did say, it is in discussions with non- profits and legal aid
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groups to see how it can help. kron 4 will stay in contact with the company and bring you updates as soon as we get them. (lydia)border arrests dropped 18 -percent in june according to u-s authorities. customs and border protection staff said, they made more than 42-thousand arrests in june. that's compared to nearly 52-thousand in may. the june number is still nearly double from last year at the same time. it's unclear what drove the decline. but seasonal changes like heat... and the president's zero tolerance policy, may be factors. (lydia)embattled e-p-a administrator, scott pruitt, has stepped down. president trump made the announcement on twitter yesterday... saying he had accepted pruitt's resignation. the president recently- confirmed deputy andrew wheeler is taking over as acting e-p-a administrator starting monday. pruitt's resignation follows months of criticism, during which he was the subject of one ethics controversy after another-- including excessive spending on security and travel, as well as questionable use of
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government resources. (lydia) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news ... the gender wage gap may start much younger than you would think. how children are paid differently ... according to a new report. (lydia)and after the break... a look at an experimental brewery... where beer goes from tap to table... next in dine and dish. (lydia) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero. (ácommercialá)
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are "bringing it" to their craft brewery and restaurant in historic ghiradelli square. here at san francisco brewing co, beer comes in flights. with a wide range of flavor profiles. sports fans line up to cheer on their team, while downing all manner of beer. there's a beer garden, ping pong... you can even hit the self-serve beer wall to self pour using high tech. there's pub faire to compliment the beverage - like fish tacos, chicken salad and gourmet pizza... for holidays - you might order up this sparkle beer brew... head brewmaster justin educates on how to get the most out of hops and malt. if you want to do more than inbibe - you can always take the tour... or ask either leavy bro about their favorite beverage - and you'll be sure to get a mouthful. mouthful.
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(lydia) mouthful.to get a you'll be sure beverage - and you'll be sure to get a mouthful. (lydia)if you have a restaurant, cafe or bar that you would like to see featured on 'dine and dish... you can send an email to dine and dish... at kron 4 dot com .... or fill out the submission form on our website. you can also check out our 'dine and dish' facebook page. (lydia)still ahead on the kron four morning news... a richmond restaurant ... known for serving the community ... is shutting down. hear from the well- known owner.. on what her plan is for the future. (lydia) live look outside... at the san francisco international
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airport. i'm april kennedy and i'm an arborist with pg&e in the sierras. since the onset of the drought, more than 129 million trees have died in california.
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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. (lydia)the national weather
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service is warning beach goers.... about large waves and rip currents. the dangerous conditions started yesterday... and an advisory is in effect unitl sunday. south- facing locations such as santa cruz and stinson beach ... will be affected the most. that's according to the weather service. they say beach goers should never turn their back to the water. the largest waves can reach up to 8 feet. (lydia) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast. a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend
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with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time.
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(lydia)for your money this morning.. it turns out gender wage gaps start earlier than you might think. in the workplace, the average woman earns 80 cents for every dollar a man makes, with women of color making even less. but that gap could start as early as grade school, according to 20-18 data from busy-kid, a chores and allowance app. the average boy earned 13-dollars-and-80 cents as a weekly allowance. but girls earned a mere 6-71, less than half of what parents gave boys. busy-kid's c-e-o says the gap may be because parents are giving boys physically harder jobs that can take longer, such as mowing the lawn or
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washing the car. meanwhile, girls are getting chores like cleaning, babysitting or other domestic work. (lydia)a landmark resturant in richmond will be closed by the end of the week. salute, is known for its owner.. and her passion for giving back to the community. kron 4's hermela aregawi made a visit.. and has the story from richmond. it's been a dream come true for menbere aklilu..she started as a hostess here in 1993..a few years later ... with a generous loan from a customer.. she bought the restaurant..now a community staple.menbere aklilu/salute ownerit touched so much this restaurant because the stories because of the story, the event like thanksgiving homeless dinner. like how many people they came here. we serve 1300 homeless every thanksgiving. children, mothers.having survived domestic violence and the birth of her son in a women's shelter.. akililu says her passion is giving backmenbere aklilu/salute owneri love people. i am a people person. so the restraunt is my platform to tell my story to inspire other people, no
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matter who you are, no matter from where you came, you can realize your dream.more than 800 people are here for dinner tonight..they eat for free but all donations go to akililu's 40 empoloyees.jaime dooleyit's incredible to work for a place that's more than just a job. but the things you do just ripple throughout the community. and you come you hear people say oh my gosh, you guys, salute or menbe changed my life in this way or that. it's just incredible to be a part of that.customers say. they're sad to see her go... but will follow her whereever she ends up.ann arbogast/customeri was pretty angry at first, i think menbe deserves better. i know we came out a while back when she was threatened and turned it around. oh she's just amazing. she's really an asset to the community (lydia) that was kron 4's hermela aregawi reporting. (lydia)investigators say illegal fireworks are to blame for a house fire in
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sacramento. the fire started around 10 wednesday night. the flames quickly spread from the roof to the attic. witnesses say they spotted fireworks shoot up high into the sky... then landed on the roof. yesterday... the family returned to see the extensive damage caused by the fire. the wooden roof was destroyed. smoke heavily damaged the walls inside. (sot) (lydia)crews say fortunately the flames did not spread to other home's in the area. no one was hurt... and no word on any arrests. (lydia)the fourth july weekend is often the busiest time of the year for animal shelters. kron four's philippe djegal reports from contra costa county... where animal services took in runaway pets who were spooked by fireworks. (philippe) since monday, when people started shooting fireworks into the air leading up to independence day... contra costa county animal services says 70 pets have
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been brought into the shelter reported lost. 39 of them dogs. 21 cats, and 10 other animals. steve burdo with animal services says, on the actual holiday itself, he says fewer lost pets were reported then expected.steve burdo/animal services- "we've actually had our best fourth of july since i've been here, which is three years, um, we only brought in 12 animals, uh, eight dogs, four cats. so, we're expecting that to rise over the next few days." animal services says typically the three days prior to the fourth of july... and, the three days immiediately after, mark the busiest time of the year for the shelter.steve burdo/animal services- "certainly, one of the best ways to reunite with your lost pet if they become lost is to have them licensed and micro-chipped. that is the most traditional tride and true way to increase your chances of being reunited with your pet if they become lost." throughout the day, volunteers waited outside the shelter, giving people the tools they need to help find a lost pet or notify the public that a pet has been found. pet owners can also download the finding rover app, which
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uses facial recognition technology to reunite missing pets with their owners.steve burdo/animal services- "pets are our family members and if they become lost, you know, its no different then if you lost a kid." burdo says animal services brings in more than 10-thousand lost pets a year... about 20-percent of those pets are eventually returned to the owner. in contra costa county, philippe djegal, kron four news. (lydia) coming up on the kron four morning news... the oakland zoo is about to get a lot bigger. we'll give you a birds eye view... of the new california trail. california trail. ( ♪ ) pixar pier has arrived! prepare to be awed. prepare to be moved. prepare to make a mad dash... ( ♪ ) ...because with the incredicoaster, pixar pal-a-round, and a bunch of your favorite pixar characters, it's going to be pretty incredible.
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pixar pier is now open! only at disney california adventure park. a modest warming trend will
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continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore
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flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time. (lydia)in the east bay... the oakland zoo's highly anticipated california trail... is finally set to open. you are looknig at drone video of the new trail .... from our quadcopter four. the landmark exhibition will open july 12th. the $72- million dollar project... will explore the golden state's native flowers and animals... and the impact humans have on the natural world. the 56-acre california trail will double the facilities size. making the oakland zoo the largest in the entire bay area. amo the attractions are eight habitats which recreate environments of our state's indigenous animals such as... the grizzly bear, and the california condor. (lydia)big news for facebook. the social media site is i- phones' most downloaded app of all time. that's according to market research firm... annie. in second place... none other than facebook
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messenger. you-tube took the title of third place... followed by instagram... and what's app. google maps, snapchat and skype rounded out the top eight. (lydia)coming up at 5 on the kron 4 morning news... it looks like illegal fireworks were the cause of a bay area man... losing at least one finger. we tell you more about that story in the next hour. (lydia)plus an alameda golf coach is behind bars this morning. he's accused of sexually assualting several of his students.now police believe ... there may be more (lydia)and ... a large batch of racist fliers... invade a bay area community. we tell you where it happened. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (ken) ( darya ) breaking news we
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are following this morning... a health advisory is issued after an incident at the shell refinery in martinez. ( james ) kron 4's sara stinson is live in martinez with the details. sara. ( sara )this is a public health advisory for martinez and pacheco. an incident at the shell refinery in martinez could affect individuals with respiratory sensitivities. most people will not be affected. eye, skin, nose or throat irritation may be possible for some people in the affected area. if people experience any irritation, advise them to go inside and rinse any irritated area of their body with water. handle this as advisory information only.
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information only. ( james ) ( james ) thanks sara. ( 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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a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time.expected at this convection is and friday. no region tonight move across the will continue to move across
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the region tonight and friday. no convection is time. ( james ) here's a look at the bay bridge. ( james ) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( james ) here's a look at the golden gate bridge... ( james ) here's a live look outside at the richmond bridge. ( james ) a big story this morning... the yolo county fire has now burned 88- thousand acres in yolo and napa counties. containment
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is now up to 33-percent. kron 4's terisa estacio has more from the fire line on the challenges facing crews. (terisa estacio reporting, yolo county fire)just recently, the flames flared up on the ridge behind me...take a look - you can see how helicopters staged an aggressive air assault on the fire... dropping thousands of gallons of water in an attempt to stop the further spread of the yolo county fire... this all happening off of highway 16 near the town of rumsey.... it is quite a battle going on out here.. the winds picked up on thursday afternoon, so did the temperature. it pushed toward 100. the combination plus the dry conditions, presented the perfect opportunity for the fire to spread according to calfire officials. look over here at these other hot spots and flare ups. a calfire spokesperson says a large crew of fire fighters in the air and on the ground are working hard to make progress. chris elms calfire spokesperson we are so thankful. in the community - a deep sense of gratitude to those braving the elements to save homes, livestock and valuable agriculture. these signs of thanks dot the landscape. still there is a lot of worry out here.thalin umbay, yolo co. resident. yeah, me and my grandmother have asthma it was
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bad out here, scary? yeah. terisa estacio - temperatures are expected to rise again this weekend - and that will be yet another challenge for crews to face. in yolo county, terisa estacio kron four news. news. kron four news. ( james ) ( james ) the pawnee fire
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burning in lake county is close to full containment. the 15-thousand acre fire is 92-contained. the pawnee fire has destroyed 22 buildings... including some homes. ( darya ) in the east bay... a woman's body is found in a neighborhood park in oakland. this happened at arroyo viejo creek. police say the woman was in her 50's. this is ánot the first time a body has been found at the park. several years ago... a murder victim was found in the same creek. police did make an arrest in that case. ( darya ) a woman is arrested for stealing a police technician's car in oakland... and when police tracked her down they found this dog in the back seat. the car was stolen form a police civilian service technician on the
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21-hundred block of myrtle street. police found the woman about 2 hours later and arrested her. the dog is now at the oakland animal shelter until its owner can be located. ( darya ) in the north bay... a man is dead after being hit by two cars... while riding his bike. it happened on stony point road in unincorporated sonoma county. both cars took off after hitting the man... but evidence at the scene indicated a jeep libery was one of the cars. officers eventually caught up to the jeep's driver... 22-year-old gyvaughn smith. police are still looking for the second driver. ( james ) charges will ánot be filed after an east bay high school student drowns in a campus pool. benjamin curry was a freshman at san ramon valley high school. he was found in the deep end of the school's pool back on may 8th. danville police say curry's death was accidental. they say they
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found no signs of foul play... or criminal negligence. investigators say they reviewed video footage from the pool area... and interviewed staff, classmates and curry's family. ( james ) by today... every parent separated from their child under president trump's zero-tolerance policy... must have a way to contact their child. this is just one of the deadlines set by a california judge. the federal judge also ordered a halt to family separations at the u-s border. by july 10th... children under 5 must be reunited with their parents and by july 26th... all children should be reunited with their parents so far... exact numbers on separations are unclear. the department of health and human services said last week about 2-thousand children were separated from their parents. it's now saying under 3- thousand kids are in custody. ( james ) an an immigrant mother from guatemala has been reunited with her daughter in boston.
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angelica gonzalez-garcia and her 8-year-old saw each other for the first time in almost two months. that's after the mother filed a lawsuit demanding to be back with her daughter. gonzalez-garcia says they crossed the border... after fleeing domestic abuse. ( darya ) california scores a win over the trump administration. a sacramento judge has upheld the state's sanctuary laws. the first.... limits the ability of state and local law enforcement to help federal agents enforce immigration law. the second - allows the state attorney general to inspect detention facilities in the state. oakland mayor libby schaaf weighed in on the court's decision.
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say that sanctuary cities like oakland are actually becoming safer and that is ánot because of ice enforcement. ( darya ) border arrests are ádown 18-percent. customs and border protection staff say they made more than 42-thousand arrests in june. that's compared to nearly 52- thousand in may. but the june number is still nearly double what it was last year. it's not clear what's behind the drop. but seasonal changes... like the potentially lethal heat and the president's zero tolerance policy may be factors. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... the rescue of a thai youth soccer takes a tragic turn... as a diver working to save the boys dies. ( james ) plus... a richmond restaurant ... known for serving the community ... is shutting down. now... the owner is taking about her plans for the future
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( james ) and after the break... a warning if you're heading to the beach this weekend. ( mabrisa ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. we do is a challenge...
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beach-goers... watch out for big waves and rip currents. an advisory is in effect until saturday afternoon. ásouth-facing beaches... like stinson beach or beaches in santa cruz... will be affected the most according to the national weather service. they say beach goers should never turn their back to the water and should always keep an eye on pets. the largest waves can reach up to 7 feet.
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( james )( darya ) welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but
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seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time.
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( james ) here's a look at the bay bridge. ( james ) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( james ) here's a look at the golden gate bridge... ( james ) here's a live look outside at the richmond
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bridge. ( james ) an east bay golf coach is behind bars this morning... he is accused of assaulting multple underage students.( darya ) kron 4's lydia pantazes joins us now in the studio with the details. ( lydia ) 52-year-old kee kim was arrested on 8 felony counts of sexual assualt. kim was a long-time coach at the old 'country drives golf center' in sunol. detectives say the victims were all of his golf students. many people said kim always cared about his students.. he always went to the store next to the center and would get the kids anything they wanted. ( lydia ) the alameda county sheriff's office believes there could be more victims. anyone is urged to call police. james.. darya.. back to you. ( darya ) a big story this morning... a diver has died... trying to help a youth
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soccer team trapped inside a cave in thailand.( james ) the 12 boys and their coach have been in that cave for almost 2 weeks. andrew spencer has the story. officials in northern thailand say the rescue diver was a former thai navy seal. he had just finished delivering oxygen tanks to the cavern where 12 boys and their soccer coach, who have been trapped inside a cave since june 23.on his way from the boys to an underground command center, officials say the diver ran out of air while underwater. after his death, other rescue divers are trying to stay focused on the task at hand: keeping the boys alive.mikko paasi, volunteer diver: "definitely, you can feel it. that it has an effect. but, uhh... we're moving on. everybody is a professional, so we're trying to put it away and avoid it never happen again."for days, experts have emphasized the dangers of cave diving, even for experienced divers -- traveling for hours in the darkness, often with or against the flow of water
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through very narrow passages. claus rasmussen, thai cave diving association: "it's hard work. it's a scary sensation if you're not used to it. even when you are used to it, it can be very scary."crews are still pumping as much water out of the cave as they can -- especially with heavy rain in the forecast. divers have been teaching the boys how to use oxygen masks, but the death of an experienced diver in those tunnels punctuates the dangers of trying to bring the boys out that way.dr. lise van susteren, forensic psychiatrist: "the fear that someone will panic is absolutely legitimate, and then of course, that brings not only a hazard to the child but also to the expert diver." i'm andrew spencer, reporting ( darya ) in the east bay... salute restaurant is shutting down today after more than 20 years of serving the community. menbere aklilu started as a hostess in 19-93... and then a few years later thanks to a loan from a customer she bought the
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restaurant. but after years of struggling to maintain the lease.. she's decided to go elsewhere...with the help of the community. over 800 people showed up for dinner last night.. they don't pay for the food. they donate anything they can and it goes to the employees. aklilu is known for not only running the restaurant but doing a lot of charity work in the community. ( darya ) customers say they are sad to see her go but will follow her wherever she goes. ( james ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... a thief tries to steal a car... with kids inside. but one mom goes to great lengths to protect her children.
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( james ) and after the break... one of the most poisonous spiders in the world... invades one woman's apartment. now... she can't get rid of them. you could generate your own energy,
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continue through the weekend
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with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time. ( james ) a woman in tennessee is recovering after being bitten multple times by brown recluse spiders... one of the most poisonous spiders.
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( darya ) she says the creatures have invaded her apartment... despite the fact that the management company sprayed her apartment. now she wants to leave. walking through her apartment.. its hard ot miss the spriders traps in every corner. angela wright put them there after finding nearly 50 brown recluse spiders in her bedroom. doctors confirmed that she was bitten at least three times. after her complex sprayed..the spiders just kept coming back. wright has asked her landlord to break her lease.. and she recorded the conversation.
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( james ) so wright will have to pay 22-hundred dolars to get out of her lease. she has already packed up most of her things... and hopes to move out as soon as possible. ( james ) coming up next... an east bay man could lose his hand... after setting off a firework. ( sara ) breaking news... a health advisory in the east bay. i'm live with the details. ♪
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are following this morning... a health advisory is issued after an incident at the shell refinery in martinez. ( james ) kron 4's sara stinson is live in martinez with the details. sara. ( sara )this is a public health advisory for martinez and pacheco. an incident at the shell refinery in martinez could affect individuals with respiratory sensitivities. most people will not be affected. eye, skin, nose or throat irritation may be
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possible for some people in the affected area. if people experience any irritation, advise them to go inside and rinse any irritated area of their body with water. handle this as advisory information only. ( james ) we first alerted you to this breaking news at 3:55 this morning ... through our kron 4 mobile app.
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make sure to download it from the app store for breaking news updates on this story. ( james )( darya ) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near
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the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time. ( james ) here's a look at the bay bridge. ( james ) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( james ) here's a look at the golden gate bridge... ( james ) here's a live look outside at the richmond
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bridge. ( james ) a big story we are following this morning... the yolo county fire has grown to 88-thousand acres burned. ( darya ) kron 4's will tran joins us live from the command center in woodland with the latest.. will?
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( james ) ( james ) thanks will.
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( darya ) new this morning... a registered sex offender in san francisco is arrested... accused of uploading child porn. officers arrested robert sudakow after searching his harrison street home. investigators say they found images of child porn and videos. police are now asking victims to come forward. ( darya ) in the east bay... a funeral will be held this morning for jahi mcmath -- the oakland teen at the center of a medical debate over brain death. mcmath's mother says her daughter died from excessive bleeding and liver failure last week in new jersey. mcmath had been in a unresponsive state since december 2013... when she was declared brain dead following complications when her tonsils were taken out. she was 13 at the time. her family refused to accept the idea she
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was dead... and moved her to a care facility. ( james ) in antioch... we're seeing just how dangerous fireworks can be. an auto shop worker severely injured both of his hands... after finding a firework in a dumpster. it happened outside 'gumaro's auto repair and mufflers' yesterday morning. the 32-year-old man found the firework and decided to light it... despite being warned not to by his brother- in- law. the man was then rushed to a nearby hospital. fire officials say one hand may have to be amputated. ( james ) san francisco police are looking for a driver who they say threw a firework at a woman... sending her to the hospital. the woman was standing on the corner of fulton street and masonic avenue... when she says a man pulled up and threw a firework at her. that firework went off and injured the woman's foot. ( james ) california lawmakers have agreed on legislation to restore net neutrality in the state.
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the agreement comes two weeks after a state assembly committee... angered net neutrality advocates... by scaling back the bill. the provisions removed during that meeting have now been restored. lawmakers will vote on the newest bill .. when they return from a summer break. but inrnet companies claim state-level provisions are not practical... compared to a nationwide standard. ( darya ) the fourth of july weekend is often the busiest time of the year for animal shelters. just since monday.. the contra costa county animal service says 70 pets have been brought ot the shelter... that's down from this timje last year. animal services says typically the three days prior to the fourth of july and the three days right after mark the busiest time of year. volunteers at the shelter giving people the tools they need to help find a lost pet or notify the public that a
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pet has been found. ( darya ) animal services brings in more than 10-thousand lost pets a year... abitu 20-percent of those pets are returned to the owner. ( darya ) the oakland zoo's highly anticipated california trail is finally set to open. you are looknig at drone video of the new trail .... from our quadcopter four. the landmark exhibition will open july 12th. the 72-million dollar project will explore the state's native flowers and animals... and the impact humans have on the natural world. the 56-acre california trail will double the facilities size... making the oakland zoo the largest in the entire bay area. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... racist posters are found in a bay area community. this morning... neighbors want to
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know who did it. ( james ) plus... help may be on the way for the giants.... after a blowout loss to the cardinals. ( james ) and next... the murder of tupac is back in the headlines... as police address rumors of a potential arrest. ( mabrisa ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas.
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my name is jamir dixon and i'm a locate and mark fieldman for pg&e. most people in the community recognize the blue trucks as pg&e. my truck is something new... it's an 811 truck. when you call 811, i come out to your house and i mark out our gas lines and our electric lines to make sure that you don't hit them when you're digging.
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811 is a free service. i'm passionate about it because every time i go on the street i think about my own kids. they're the reason that i want to protect our community and our environment, and if me driving a that truck means that somebody gets to go home safer, then i'll drive it every day of the week. together, we're building a better california. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are
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starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-hurricane fabio will continue to region tonight and friday. no expected at this time. ( james ) las vegas police say despite rumors... tupac shakur's 1996 murder is still an open investigation. reports out of las vegas had said an arrest in the case was "imminent." but police say that's not the case. las vegas police say they've been looking into the case for months... a man came forward - - claiming to know who killed the rapper. former gang member duane keith davis made the comments in a "b-e-t" documentary. davis says he was inside a car with shakur's shooter on the vegas strip more than 20 years ago. he says he's speaking out now because he has cancer. ( james ) coming up... a mother desperate to protect
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her children... shoots a carjacr. we'll hear from her.
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(áábreakáá) ( james )( darya ) welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures
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expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time.
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( james ) here's a look at the bay bridge. ( james ) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( james ) here's a look at the golden gate bridge... ( james ) here's a live
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look outside at the richmond bridge. ( darya ) in the south bay... neighors in saratoga are in shock... after someone put up racist posters downtown.( james ) they've since been taken down... but no one knows who is responsible. kron 4's charles clifford has the story. well, big basin way here in saratoga is a meticulously manacured street and when these posters appeared a lot of people were upset.earlier this week, someone put these posters up through out downtwon saratoga. they encouraged people to report illegal immigrants by calling the phone number for immigrations and custom enforcement or ice. there's also the web address of a texas based white supremicist group.in a statement thursday, saratoga's mayor said, "these posters do not represent what the city of saratoga stands for." the posters were apparently found along big basin way in saratoga and taken down quickly.on thursday, neighbors expressed outrage that alt-right propoganda would be posted in their community. sotwell, my viseral reaction is that its disgusting and saddens medr. greg sancier says he's
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dismayed that someone would be so bold as to post blantant racism here.sotthat in this community that is so diverse, and of varying backgrounds and cultural backgrounds of every type you can think of. that someone would be that racist to distribute that type of literature.he also doesn't recall anything like this happening here before.soti'm unaware of anything like this previously. certainly in other parts of the country but not in this community.the mayor says that "there are no specific steps being taken to prevent this from occurring again" butg she adds that "public works will be going around to make sure this is prevented."so far the person who posted the posters has not been identified. in saratoga, charles clifford kron 4 news. kron 4 news.charles clifford kron 4 news. kron 4 news. ( darya ) a carjacker is in the hospital... after his victim shoots him. she did it to protect her children.
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this all started after the woman stopped at a gas station with her 2 kids in dallas. she went inside... and that's when she saw the man get into her car -- with her kids -- and start to pull away. so she ran after them and jumped back into the car. she then got her gun out of the glove box... and shot the carjacker in the head. the car then crashed into a telephone pole. the woman and her kids were ánot hurt. ( darya ) the carjacker is in the hospital in serious... but stable condition. ( james ) bay area baseball... the giants are back in town... but their series against the saint louis cardinals is off to a rough start.( darya ) johnny cueto made his first start since april 22nd yesterday. and it was not
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good. cueto gave up 5 runs in 5 innings of work. the giants lost this one 11-2. the 2 teams play again tonight. first pitch is 7:15. ( james ) jeff samardzija is expected to start tomorrow. he had been on the disabled list because of shoulder tightness. derek holland will move to the bullpen to make room for samardzija. the right- hander will not be on a pitch count... after throwing 90 pitches in his final rehab start. this season... samardzija has been struggling. he has a 1-4 record with a 6-point-56 e-r-a. ( james ) coming up after the break... a horror franchise is back in theaters... as we get a look at "the first purge." battery in your smart lock?
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a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time.
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just sort of happened.">( james ) paul rudd and evangeline lilly buzz into theaters as "ant-man and the wasp." and this movie is a first for marvel... lilly's "wasp" is the first female marvel super-hero to share equal title billing with a male hero. this movie was filmed in san francisco and berkeley. "ant-man and the wasp" is rated "p-g-13." ( james ) "the first purge" is now in theaters. the newest movie in the horror franchise explores the origins of the annual event. "the first purge" stars marisa tomei as one of the architects of the night of violence. "the first purge" is rated "r." ( darya ) coming up in the next hour... we're following breaking news out of the east bay... where a health advisory is in effect at the shell refinery in martinez. ( darya ) plus... an
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alameda golf coach is behind bars this morning... accused of sexually assualting his students. now investigators are looking for more victims. ( darya ) and... an emotional reunion between a mother and daughter -- who were separated for almost 2 months after crossing the border.
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( sara )this is a public health advisory for martinez and pacheco. an incident at the shell refinery in martinez could affect individuals with respiratory sensitivities. most people will not be affected. eye, skin, nose or throat irritation may be possible for some people in the affected area. if people experience any irritation, advise them to go inside and rinse any irritated area of their body with water. handle this as advisory information only. ( james ) ( james ) thanks sara.
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( james ) we first alerted you to this breaking news at 3:55 this morning ... through our kron 4 mobile app. make sure to download it from the app store for breaking news updates on this story. a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures
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are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time. ( james ) here's a look at the bay bridge. ( james ) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( james ) here's a look at
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the golden gate bridge... ( james ) here's a live look outside at the richmond bridge. ( james )(ááá2 shotááá) happening now.... firefighters are working around the clock to get a handle on the yolo county fire burning in in yolo and napa counties.( darya ) kron 4's will tran is live at the command center in woodland with the latest numbers for us this morning. will? the yolo county fire has now yolo and napa counties. containment is now up to 33- percent... but close to a thousand buildings are threatened. ( james ) thanks will.
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we will check back we will thanks will. thanks will. we will
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check back with you through out the morning. ( james ) the pawnee fire burning in lake county is close to full containment. the 15-thousand acre fire is 92-contained. the pawnee fire has destroyed 22 buildings... including some homes. ( james ) in the east bay... deputies have arrested a golf coach accused
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of child sex abuse. now... the alameda county sheriff's office believes there could be more victims. kee kim was arrested on 8 felony counts of sexual assault. kim was a long-time coach at the old "country drives golf center" in sunol. detectives say his victims were underage girls... and they were all his students. ( darya ) also in the east bay... a woman's body is found in a neighborhood park in oakland. this happened at arroyo viejo creek. police say the woman was in her 50's. this is ánot the first time a body has been found at the park. several years ago... a murder victim was found in the same creek. police did make an arrest in that case. ( darya ) a woman is arrested for stealing a police technician's car in oakland... and when police tracked her down they found this dog in the back seat. the car was stolen form a police civilian service technician on the
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21-hundred block of myrtle street. police found the woman about 2 hours later and arrested her. the dog is now at the oakland animal shelter until its owner can be located. ( darya ) in the north bay... a man is dead after being hit by two cars... while riding his bike. it happened on stony point road in unincorporated sonoma county. both cars took off after hitting the man... but evidence at the scene indicated a jeep libery was one of the cars. officers eventually caught up to the jeep's driver... 22-year-old gyvaughn smith.still looking for the second driver. ( james ) charges will ánot be filed after an east bay high school student drowns in a campus pool. benjamin curry was a freshman at san ramon valley high school. he was found in the deep end of the school's pool back on may 8th. danville police say curry's death was accidental. they say they
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found no signs of foul play... or criminal negligence. investigators say they reviewed video footage from the pool area... and interviewed staff, classmates and curry's family. ( james ) california scores a win over the trump administration. a sacramento judge has upheld the state's sanctuary laws. the first.... limits the ability of state and local law enforcement to help federal agents enforce immigration law. the second - allows the state attorney general to inspect detention facilities in the state. oakland mayor libby schaaf weighed in on the court's decision.
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say that sanctuary cities like oakland are actually becoming safer and that is ánot because of ice enforcement. ( darya ) border arrests are ádown 18-percent. customs and border protection staff say they made more than 42-thousand arrests in june. that's compared to nearly 52- thousand in may. but the june number is still nearly double what it was last year. it's not clear what's behind the drop. but seasonal changes... like the potentially lethal heat and the president's zero tolerance policy may be ( james ) still ahead ... a richmond restaurant ... known for serving the community ... is shutting down. now... the owner is taking about her plans for the future (lydia)(ááálanding ááá) the rescue of a thai youth soccer team and their coach takes a tragic turn... as a rescue worker dies. ill bring you the story. ( james ) and after the
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break... a warning if you're heading to the beach this weekend. ( mabrisa ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast.forecast.
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( james ) a warning for
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beach-goers... watch out for big waves and rip currents. an advisory is in effect until saturday afternoon. ásouth-facing beaches... like stinson beach or beaches in santa cruz... will be affected the most according to the national weather service. they say beach goers should never turn their back to the water and should always keep an eye on pets. the largest waves can reach up to 7 feet. (darya)(james)( robin ) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic this morning.
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a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time.
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time. expected at this convection is and friday. no region tonight move across the will continue to hurricane fabio level clouds from weakens. mid- pressure week as high tuesday of next week as high
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pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no expected at this time. ( james ) here's a look at the bay bridge. ( james ) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( james ) here's a look at the golden gate bridge... ( james ) here's a live look outside at the richmond bridge. ( darya ) a big story this morning... a diver has died... trying to help a youth soccer team trapped inside a cave in thailand.( james ) the 12 boys and their coach have been in that cave for almost 2 weeks. kron 4's lydia pantazas is live in the studio with more.lydia.
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(lydia)(ááálandingááá) officals in thailand say that rescue diver was a former thai navy seal.. he had just finished delivering oxygen tanks into the cavern. (ááávo fullááá) on his way back from the boys to the underground command center.. officals say the diver ran out of air while under water. for days experts have emphasized the dangers of cave diving.. even for experienced divers. traveling for hours in the darkness.. often with or against the flow of water through very narrow passages. (lydia)(ááálandingááá) crews are still pumping as much water out of the cave as they can -- especially with heavy rain in the forecast. in the meantime ... divers have been teaching the boys how to use oxygen masks. james.. darya... back to you. ( james ) tech
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billionaire elon musk is sending engineers to thailand to help aid the rescue of the 12 boys and their football coach trapped in a cave.musk hopes his engineers can join the already huge operation being carried out. musk says his company could aid rescue efforts with its advanced ground penetrating radar as well as the company's fully charged powerpacks and pumps. ( darya ) in the east bay... salute restaurant is shutting down today after more than 20 years. menbere aklilu started as a hostess in 19-93... and then a few years later... thanks to a loan from a customer... she bought the restaurant. but after years of struggling to maintain the lease.. she decided to go elsewhere. over 800 people showed up for dinner last night. but instead of paying for their meals... they donated what
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they could. those donations are going to the employees. aklilu is known for not only running the restaurant... but doing a lot of charity work in the community. ( darya ) customers say they are sad to see her go but will follow her wherever she goes. < :08 - nats of explosion>( james ) 25 people are dead... and at least 40 others are hurt ... after this massive firework explosion just outside mexico city. it happened at an open air market which sells
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fireworks and was crowded with dozens of shoppers thursday. 300 emergency fire responders rushed to the scene ... those injured were transferred to nearby hospitals. ( james )embattled e-p-a administrator, scott pruitt, has stepped down. president trump made the announcement on twitter yesterday... saying he had accepted pruitt's resignation. the president recently- confirmed deputy andrew wheeler is taking over as acting e-p-a administrator starting monday. pruitt's resignation follows months of criticism, during which he was the subject of one ethics controversy after another-- including exorbitant spending on security and travel, as well as questionable use of government resources. ( darya )singer chris brown spent some time yesterday bars in west palm beach, florida. the 29-year-old was arrested on an outstanding warrant from last year. he was in
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florida to perform a concert on his nation-wide tour. it's not known what the warrant was for, but it originated in hillsborough county, which is in the tampa area. brown was booked and released after posting bail. ( darya ) still ahead ... an emotional reunion after a mother and daughter were separated at the border. ( darya ) and california taking action on net neutrality. the tough new legislation that's being brought forward. ( darya ) and here's a live look outstse... san mateo bridge.
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continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time.
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( james ) california lawmakers have agreed on legislation to restore net neutrality in the state. the agreement comes two weeks after a state assembly committee... angered net neutrality advocates... by scaling back the bill. the provisions removed during that meeting have now been restored. lawmakers will vote on the newest bill .. when they return from a summer break. but internet companies claim state-level provisions are not practical... compared to a nationwide standard. ( darya ) the u-s postal service has been slapped with a 3-and-a-half million dollar
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fine over a mishap involving its "forever" stamp. the stamp appeared to show the statue of liberty, but it's actually a smaller replica located in las vegas.... its sculptor later sued the u-s-p-s for copyright infringement. a federal judge agreed and ordered the service to pay the fine. the service said it took the image from a licensed photograph, and didn't know the image was not the original. the stamp still racked up more than two-billion dollars in sales, before it was retired in 20-14. ( james ) coming up next... an east bay man could lose his hand... after setting off a
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most people will not be affected. eye, skin, nose or throat irritation may be possible for some people in the affected area. if people experience any irritation, advise them to go inside and rinse any irritated area of their body with water. handle this as advisory information only.
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( james ) thanks sara. ( james ) we first alerted you to this breaking news at 3:55 this morning ... through our kron 4 mobile app. make sure to download it from the app store for breaking news updates on this story. a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday
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of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time. ( james ) here's a look at the bay bridge. ( james ) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge san mateo look at the san mateo bridge. ( james ) here's a look at the golden gate bridge...
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( james ) here's a live look outside at the richmond bridge. ( james ) by today... every parent separated from their child under president trump's zero-tolerance policy... must have a way to contact their child. this is just one of the deadlines set by a california judge. the federal judge also ordered a halt to family separations at the u-s border. by july 10th... children under 5 must be reunited with their parents and by july 26th... all children should be reunited with their parents so far... exact numbers on separations are unclear. the department of health and human services said last week about 2-thousand children were separated from their parents. it's now saying under 3- thousand kids are in custody.
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( james ) an immigrant mother from guatemala has been reunited with her daughter in boston. angelica gonzalez-garcia and her 8-year-old saw each other for the first time in almost two months. that's after the mother filed a lawsuit demanding to be back with her daughter. gonzalez-garcia says they crossed the border... after fleeing domestic abuse. ( darya ) new this morning... a registered sex offender in san francisco is arrested... accused of uploading child porn. officers arrested robert sudakow after searching his harrison street home. investigators say they found images of child porn and videos. police are now asking victims to come forward. ( darya ) in the east bay... a funeral will be held this morning for jahi mcmath -- the oakland teen at
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the center of a medical debate over brain death. mcmath's mother says her daughter died from excessive bleeding and liver failure last week in new jersey. mcmath had been in a unresponsive state since december 2013... when she was declared brain dead following complications when her tonsils were taken out. she was 13 at the time. her family refused to accept the idea she was dead... and moved her to a care facility. ( james ) in antioch... we're seeing just how dangerous fireworks can be. an auto shop worker severely injured both of his hands... after finding a firework in a dumpster. it happened outside 'gumaro's auto repair and mufflers' yesterday morning. the 32-year-old man found the firework and decided to light it... despite being warned not to by his brother- in- law. the man was then rushed to a nearby hospital. fire officials say one hand may have to be amputated. ( james ) san francisco police are looking for a
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driver who they say threw a firework at a woman... sending her to the hospital. the woman was standing on the corner of fulton street and masonic avenue... when she says a man pulled up and threw a firework at her. that firework went off and injured the woman's foot. ( darya ) the fourth of july weekend is often the busiest time of the year for animal shelters. just since monday.. the contra costa county animal service says 70 pets have been brought ot the shelter... that's down from this timje last year. animal services says typically the three days prior to the fourth of july and the three days right after mark the busiest time of year. volunteers at the shelter giving people the tools they need to help find a lost pet or notify the public that a pet has been found.
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"pets are our family members and if they become lost, you know, its no different then if you lost a kid.">( darya ) animal services brings in more than 10-thousand lost pets a year... abitu 20-percent of those pets are returned to the owner. (james) taking a look at the big board this morning. this as china accuses the united states of starting "the biggest of starting united states accuses the this as china morning.board this look at the big taking a (james) taking a look at the big board this this as china united states of starting "the biggest trade war in economic history". new tariffs between both sides kick in today ... affecting tens of billions of dollars of each other's exports. the trump administration's tariffs affect more than 800 chinese products worth 34-billion such as industrial machinery, medical devices and auto parts. the united states is also set to impose more tariffs on another 16-billion in chinese exports later in
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the summer, and china has vowed to retaliate against us goods worth a similar amount. ( james ) still ahead ... we'll take you to the oakland zoo's new trail ... before it opens for people to explore. (lydia)(ááálanding ááá) and racist posters are found in a bay area community. this morning... neighbors want to know who did it. ( mabrisa ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. (ácommercialá) you could generate your own energy, at home. or to save energy, unplug unused appliances. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. (áábreakáá)
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a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning week as high weakens. mid-hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight convection is time. ( darya ) the oakland zoo's highly anticipated california trail is finally set to open. you are looknig at drone video of the new trail .... from our quadcopter four. the landmark exhibition will open july 12th. the 72-million
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dollar project will explore the state's native flowers and animals... and the impact humans have on the natural world. the 56-acre california trail will double the facilities size... making the oakland zoo the largest in the entire bay area. ( darya ) coming up... a mother desperate to protect her children... shoots a carjacker. we'll hear from her.
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(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) ( james ) take a look at
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this ... a dust storm rolls through the phoenix arizona ... causing extremely low visibility for drivers. it's the first major dust storm for the season there.the dust hit right after the reached an official high temperature of 115 degrees yesterday, making it the hottest day so far this year. (james)(darya) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic... a modest warming trend will continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over
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inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this
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( james ) here's a look at the bay bridge. ( james ) here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. ( james ) here's a look at the golden gate bridge... ( james ) here's a live look outside at the richmond bridge. ( darya ) in the south
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bay... neighors in saratoga are in shock... after someone put up racist posters downtown.( james ) they've since been taken down... but no one knows who is responsible. kron 4's lydia pantazas is live in the studio with more.lydia? (lydia)(ááálandingááá) earlier this week, someone put these posters up through out downtown saratoga. they encouraged people to report undocumented immigrants by calling the phone number for immigrations and custom enforcement or ice. there's also the web address of a texas based white supremicist group.the posters were taken down quickly. neighbors expressed outrage that alt-right propoganda would be posted in their community. (lydia)(ááálandingááá) the mayor of saratoga says that
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"there are no specific steps being taken to prevent this from occurring again" but she adds that "public works will be going around to make sure this is prevented."so far the person who put up the posters has not been identified. james, darya. ( darya ) a carjacker is in the hospital... after his victim shoots him. she did it to protect her children.( james ) this all started after the woman stopped at a gas station with her 2 kids in dallas. she went inside... and that's when she saw the man get into her car -- with her kids -- and start to pull away. so she ran after them and jumped back into the car. she then got her gun out of the glove box... and shot the carjacker in the head. the car then crashed into a telephone pole. the woman and her kids were ánot hurt.
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but i do believe in defending what's mine.">( darya ) the carjacker is in the hospital in serious... but stable condition. ( james ) bay area ( james ) bay area baseball... the giants are back in town... but their series against the saint louis cardinals is off to a rough start.( darya ) johnny cueto made his first start since april 22nd yesterday. and it was not good. cueto gave up 5 runs in 5 innings of work. the giants lost this one 11-2. the 2 teams play again tonight. first pitch is 7:15. ( james ) jeff samardzija is expected to start tomorrow. he had been on the disabled list because of shoulder tightness. derek holland will move to the bullpen to make room for samardzija. the right- hander will not be on a pitch count... after throwing 90 pitches in his final rehab start. this season...
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samardzija has been struggling. he has a 1-4 record with a 6-point-56 e-r-a. (james) james adlib big board. ( darya ) still ahead ( darya ) still ahead ... a youth soccer team takes inspiration from brazilian soccer star neymar. we'll show you the new drill they are practicing. ( darya ) we'll be back as the kron 4 morning news continues... and here's a live look outside... embarcadero.
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i am extremely proud of jackie, gaby and stephanie.
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we worked with pg&e to save energy because we wanted to help the school. they would put these signs on the door to let the teacher know you didn't cut off the light. the teachers, they would call us the energy patrol. so they would be like, here they come, turn off your lights! those three young ladies were teaching the whole school about energy efficiency. we actually saved $50,000. and that's just one school, two semesters, three girls. together, we're building a better california. a modest warming trend will
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continue through the weekend with above normal temperatures expected, especially over inland areas. already this morning temperatures are starting off more comfortable. daytime highs will be in the mid 60s-70s along the coast and 80s-90s inland. onshore flow will maintain cooler but seasonabletemperatures near the coast. cooler temperatures are forecast beginning tuesday of next week as high pressure weakens. mid-level clouds from hurricane fabio will continue to move across the region tonight and friday. no convection is expected at this time. ( james ) the world cup quarter finals kick off this morning ... and at center of the matchup between brazil and belgium ... is brazil star neymar. ( darya ) he is known for his elaborate diving ...
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or flopping after getting fouled. now young players are taking inspiration.( james ) taking a cue from neymars soccer theatrics ... a youth team in switzerland has added a "neymar drill" during practice. the numbers have been crunched ... so far neymar has spent 14 minutes on the ground in this world cup. ( darya ) coming up in the
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next hour... we're following breaking news out of the east bay... where a health advisory is in effect at the shell refinery in martinez. ( darya ) breaking news we
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are following this morning... a health advisory is issued after an incident at
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the shell refinery in martinez. ( james ) kron 4's sara stinson is live in martinez with the details. sara. ( sara )i just got off the phone with a spokesperson with shell who clarified what a unit upset, its a malfunction in a processing unit and crews are working to stabilize it. until it's stabilized this health advisory will be in effect. during the malfunction an odor was potentially released which could cause irritation for some. this is a public health advisory for martinez and pacheco. an incident at the shell refinery in martinez could affect individuals with respiratory sensitivities. most people will not be affected. eye, skin, nose or throat irritation may be possible for some people in the affected area. if people experience any irritation, advise them to go inside and rinse any irritated area of their body with water. handle this as advisory information only.

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