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showing that fire.. it is burning near curie drive and san ignacio avenue at santa theresa county park. it is an area near a lot of homes.... (grant) evacuation orders have been issued for the i-b-m facility and muriel wright school. joining us now to update the situation is pam temmermand from cal fire. from cal fire. temmermand pam temmermand from cal fire.
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(grant) the other brush fire we mentioned is burning in morgan hill.. the fire broke out at around 2:00 this afternoon. in the area of hale avenue and monterey road. that's a rural area-- but it is close to several homes. (vicki) kron4's rob fladeboe is live in morgan hill tonight with
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the latest. rob?
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(grant) (grant) thanks rob. let's
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continue our team coverage now. (vicki) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is standing by in the weather center with a look at the conditions where those fires are burning. lawrence? lawrence karnow: it was mostly sunny and nice today with hot a summer monsoon continues to bring shower and thunderstorms into southern california. highs today were in the 90s inland with 60s at the beaches. on the satellite you
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can see the area of low pressure moving to our north. that will help cool the temperatures a little tomorrow but we will still have 80s to low 90s inland. more fog will develop along the coast and bay tonight. highs at the beaches tomorrow will also be cooler with fog and in the 60s with 70s and a few 80s around the bay. high pressure will begin to build in slowly and our temperatures will warm into the weekend. it will be muggy on friday with moonsoonal clouds moving through. more sunshine is expected for the weekend with hotter temperatures. (vicki) kron4 first
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told you about both fires through a push alert. make sure you download our mobile app to always get the latest breaking news. (grant)breaking news - two children were hurt after an apartment fire in antioch. this is new video from the scene.the flames broke out in a 12 unit apartment building -- just after 1:30 this afternoon near barcelona circle and buchanan road. the two children hurt were taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. investigators are still trying to determine what started the fire. (grant) another big story tonight... a 27-year-old san francisco woman was killed by a stray bullet while leaving a restaurant in an upscale area of mexico city. (vicki) kron4's maureen kelly has reaction to the tragic loss from the victims friends and family. bullet casings and shattered glass mark the scene outside the taqueria where 27 year old tatiana miruntenko (mare-you- tenko)was gunned down saturday. mexican authorities say the victim was struck by a stray bullet fired by gunmen
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aiming for a bar bouncer inside the eatery . the crime happening in an upscale section of mexico city. the bouncer was hospitalized, and a manhunt is underway for the shooters. the 27 year old victim vacationing with her husband and friends, celebrating the couple's one year wedding anniversary. today her husband answered the buzzer at the home they shared in this mission bay building.....but he declined to go on camera.tatiana seen here with her family, grew up outside chicago.....in a phone interview her sister roma, who you see on the right, called tatiana her best friend. saying "i don't know how i'm going to survive without her, but with her memory and knowing how amazing she was to every single person that she ever came across, i will use that to incorporate into my life to be as great as she was to honor her memory."tatiana worked forsan francisco-based biopharmaceutical company. nektar therapeutics. it a statement a company spokes person described a loss as their of their employee as devastating as they described tatiana is someone valued for her positive energy, insight and shira enthusiasm for life lessons as they say she'll be incredibly missed maureen kelly kron four news
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(grant) it's been four days since an oregon woman was last seen passing through the bay area on her way to southern california. and, now, the san mateo county sheriff's office is calling 23- year-old angela hernandez's disappearance suspicious. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with woman's family -- desperate to find her. (philippe)christina ambriz/sister- "she is very loved by a lot of friends and family and strangers even at this point, and we just want her home." christina ambriz says the last time her family heard from her 23-year- old sister angela hernandez was before eight o'clock friday morning... when she spoke with her other sister letting her know where she was... and, where she was going. angela started her road trip from her home in portland oregon. a family wedding in lancaster in southern california is her intended destination. she stopped behind this safeway in
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half moon bay and spent thursday night in her car -- a white 20-11 jeep patriot with oregon plates. she then spoke with her other sister saying she was continuing south towards davenport. christina ambriz/sister- "there was a nine hour gap from leaving here when she text us about to say i'm leaving here to the point where her phone pinged in davenport. and, we all know, even me not living here, around here, doesn't take nine hours to get from this point to davenport. so, i don't know if someone held her against her will for that length of time and continued with her car and ditched it somewhere. or, something happened -- i just don't know." half moon bay to davenport is more like a 45 minute drive. the san mateo county sheriff's office says the santa cruz county sheriff's office helped search the coastline in the air and on the ground, but nothing turned up. detective rosemerry blankswade says active searches have been suspended... but that investigators are still following up on leads. rosemerry blankswade/smcso- "based on all of the circumstances, we're definitely considering it suspicious circumstance christina ambriz/sister- "we want her home and we want her safe and as soon as possible. the sooner the better." christina says her family is not wealthy... but that
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they're willing to do anything to help find her sister angela. that's why they're offering a 10-thousand dollar reward to help find her and her car. in san mateo county, philippe djegal, kron four news. (vicki) coming up.... a teen is badly burned by her iphone... and it happened while she was sleeping. (grant) mission accomplished. after nearly three weeks-- all boys have been rescued from a cave in thailand. details on how they were brought to safety. (vicki) and after the break... a desperate plea from a newlywed... after a bag full of her sentimental jewelry was stolen from her bridesmaid in san francisco.
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(vicki)(on cam)a thief gets away with priceless family heirlooms dating back over 100-years. it is jewelry a grandmother gave to her grandaughter to wear during her wedding. now a close friend of the bride is asking for the jewlery to be returned...no questions asked. kron4's haaziq madyun has the story you will only see here sotthis pendant is among several
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pieces of jewelry in a backpack that was stolen during a snatch and grab theft sunday night on the 2800 block of buchanon street in san francisco sotthe snatch and grab victim rachel lodge says it happened very fastsot you heard her right, the expectant mother took of after the thiefsota few days earlier lodge was a bridesmaid in her friend's wedding in ireland. the bride wore the jewelry during the wedding. the jewelry belongs the bride's 92-year-old great grandmother. she says this pendant has been in the family for over 100-years. the bride left ireland for a honeymoon in africa. she gave the jewelry to lodge to take back
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to her grandmother here in the statessotsan francisco police have limited information on the suspect. limited information on the suspect vehicle, investigators are checking surveillance cameras in the area for any possible leads. rachel lodge says she just wants her friends family heirlooms returned no questions asked in san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news (grant) people opposing an initiative to split califonria into three states...are asking the state supreme court to pull the measure from the ballot. the lawsuit filed yesterday on behalf of an environmental scope of an initiative...becascope of an initiative...because it would drastically alter california's government and constitutional framework. however supporters of splitting come un-governable
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because of it's size... wealth disparities...and geographic diversity. the initiative would break the state into northern california...cali fornia...and southern california. the bay area...would be in...california. (vicki) the 169 adult ice detainees currently being held at the west county detention facility in richmond will soon be leaving. contra costa county's sheriff has announced he is cancelling the contract with ice to house detainees in that facility. kron 4s' dan kerman joins us live from the sheriff's office in martinez with more (anchor)
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look outside-- overlooking downtown san francisco. (anchor) (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was mostly sunny and nice today with hot temperatures again inland. the summer monsoon continues to bring shower and thunderstorms into southern california. highs today were in the 90s
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inland with 60s at the beaches. on the satellite you can see the area of low pressure moving to our north. that will help cool the temperatures a little tomorrow but we will still have 80s to low 90s inland. more fog will develop along the coast and bay tonight. highs at the beaches tomorrow will also be cooler with fog and in the 60s with 70s and a few 80s around the bay. high pressure will begin to build in slowly and our temperatures will warm into the weekend. it will be muggy on friday with moonsoonal clouds moving through. more sunshine is expected for the weekend with hotter temperatures.
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(grant) still ahead... southwest is making changes for passengers with food allergies. the snacks that are soon going away for everybody. (vicki) and after the break-- a heist at an apple store is caught on camera. details on how much the thieves got away with.
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take a look at this... four young people -- caught on camera raiding an apple store in fresno..-- and making off with 27-thousand with 27-and making off with 27- thousand dollars in charged in and ripped out more than two-dozen mac-books, ipads and iphones. the store has a hands-off policy -- meaning workers do not intervene during robberies. but a customer who tried to block the doorway -- was
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knocked down. the customer was not hurt. police say the thieves jumped into a nearby vehicle and took off. police say the suspects never showed any weapons. no arrests have been made. (vicki) a warning after an 18-year-old was burned by her cell phone. she says she fell asleep on her i-phone-7... and woke up to a large burn on her arm. we want to warn you-- some might find the images disturbing. jason marks reports. "i've never been in that much pain ever"raele manning-moore is just like any other 18-year- old. she needs her phone to survive, (raele manning- moore/burned by cell phone) "oh my gosh my phone"but for the past couple weeks she has been phone-less. manning- moore says it started when she went to bed with her phone charging next to her.(raele manning-moore/burned by cell phone)"the burn woke me up.. burning so bad it was like really hurting"the 18-year-old believes she way lying on her iphone 7 and it became overheated.(raele manning- moore/burned by cell phone) "i was like wow my phone litterally just burned me to the point that there's a blister. my skin is gone." manning-moore was left with a half-dollar size burn on her upper arm. (raele manning-
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moore/burned by cell phone) "i could not stop crying i was like mom. this really hurts. it really hurts"the 18-year-old took her phone to an apple store. staff told her they wanted to look at it but two weeks later still hasn't given it back.(raele manning-moore/burned by cell phone) "they wanted to see what happened with the phone like what caused it stuff like that"10 on your side contacted apple and they told us they're looking into the situation. they did ask if raele was using a factory charger and she says she was. the wound is now starting to heal but the high school grad who's headed to odu wanted to tell her story to warn others. (raele manning-moore/burned by cell phone) (vicki) that was jason marks reporting. apple says the most important thing you can do to protect yourself from burns like this-- is to use the charger that comes with the phone. (grant) next at 5:30... we'll show you how rescuers were able save all 12 boys and their soccer coach... after being stuck in a cave for more than 2 weeks. (vicki) and after the break... more on our breaking news tonight as two brush fires are burning in the south bay.
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ignacio avenue drive and san near curie drive and san ignacio avenue at santa theresa county park. it is an area near a lot of homes....at least 100 acres have burned. evacuation orders have been issued for the i-b-m facility and muriel wright school., while firefighters contunie to gain the upper hand. (vicki) that fire is about 15 miles away from a grass fire that broke out in morgan hill close to homes. that happened in the area of hale avenue and monterey road... firefighters appear to have gotten a handle on that fire this evening. nat cheers(grant) cheers in thailand and around the world. twelve boys and their soccer coach rescued after 17 days in a flooded cave.just imagine having to spend more than two weeks trapped in a cave as water rose around you... miles
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away from the outside world.. (vicki)world..(vicki)some of these kids were as young as 11 years old.and there were times that their fate seemed sealed. catherine heenan is here to tell us about the desperate international effort that paid off today.catherine? (catherine) the boys and their coach are seeing daylight for the first time since june 23rd. that's when they entered the cave in northern thailand... monsoon rains began flooding the underground passages...so they kept going deeper and deeper inside.. they were eventually found here -- two and a half miles from the entrance ... their path to safety - blocked by a narrow, water- filled channel no bgger than the home plate on a baseball filed. residents of the city of
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chiang rai stayed up to cheer the last ambulance arriving at the hospital.parents who had feared the worst for weeks struggled to express their joy. "i want to hug him. i already said in the interview before that i wanted to hug him and i want to tell him that i'm happy. "the complex rescue operation brought hundreds of experts flying in from around the world to help.british divers found the group huddled on a muddy bank eight days ago. the first four children were brought out on sunday, the second batch on monday, and the rest were freed today . each boy was attached by a rope to a rescuer and escorted by two divers.the conditions challenged even the most experienced. "we could see only our hands with short distance. secondly, the stones are razor sharp which is dangerous for our diving, (and) thirdly the passage is very narrow."the risks proved too grear for former thai navy seal saman kunan he died on his way back from delivering oxygen tanks
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to the boys.the last people to emerge from the cave were four other thai navy seals - including a medic - who had been stayed with the group since they were discovered a week ago.the mission commander says he hopes that the near tragedy will never be repeated. osotthanakorn/mission commander: "i want this case to be immortal to prevent any possible situations like this in the future." (catherine) two of the boys have suspected lung infections.right now all 13 are being kept in isolation to protect their health. vicki and grant? (grant) tonight at 5:30... kron4 is always tracking local stories. here's a look at what's going on in your neighborhood right now. (vicki) in the south bay... protesters gathered outside of google's annual marketing conference today. they are upset with the company's proposed campus in san jose. kro4's lydia pantazes explains why. they'll be protesting google's plans to build a new 8 million sq ft mega-campus in san jose. this isn't the first time the group has protested the construction of the mega campus.organizers of the
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protest say the new development will lead to increases in evictions, homelessness and displacement. they are asking google to negotiate an agreement with the community to protect residents from the impacts of tech gentrification when the tech giant comes to san jose. some of the demands include: -allocating 25% of units in any residential developments for the lowest-income residents.-supporting legal defense for tenants facing eviction.-giving local residents first consideration for jobs.reporting live in san jose, lydia pantazes kron 4 news. (vicki) google responded
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to the protests... they released a statement reading in part... "we are engaged in an open dialogue with the san jose community surrounding our proposed development. we are listening to and working with the community and government officials to be a part of the solution for the concerns surrounding housing, gentrification, displacement, and employment opportunities." (grant) in the east bay... police in oakland have released two new videos they hope will help them solve two homicides. one video addresses the 20-16 shooting death of brian bole. that is the video on the left. the f-b-i and the oakland crime stoppers are offering 35- thousand dollars for information on that shooting. the other video addresses the 20-13 shooting death of aya na-ka-no. 125-thousand dollars is being offered for information in that case. (vicki) on the peninsula.. . police in palo alto are looking for several people who tried to rob two victims... just minutes apart. the first attempted robbery happened on
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newell road. in thse a man was able to escape n trie to hand over his wallet. about 10 minutes later... there was another attempted robbery on cowper street. in both cases the attacker acted like he had a gun. neither victim was injured. lawrence karnow: it was mostly sunny and nice today with hot temperatures again inland. the summer monsoon continues to bring shower and thunderstorms into southern california. highs today were in the 90s inland with 60s at the beaches. on the satellite you can see the area of low pressure moving to our north. that will help cool the temperatures a little tomorrow but we will still have 80s to low 90s inland. more fog will develop along the coast and bay tonight. highs at the beaches tomorrow will also be cooler with fog and in the 60s with 70s and a few 80s around the bay. high pressure will begin to build in slowly and our tempatwill warm into through. more sunshine is expected for the weekend with hotter temperatures.
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(grant) an update now on the wildfire burning in napa and yolo counties. the fire started back on june 30th. so far it has burned more than 90-thousand acres and it is 80-percent contained. tonight all evacuation orders have been lifted-- but several roads remain closed. 20 structures have been destroyed in the fire. (grant) and the klamathon fire in siskiyou county along the california oregon border is still spreading tonight. it has covered more than 35- thousand acres .... and is 45 percent contained. 82 structures have been destroyed. several evacuation orders are in place. (vicki) coming up... wild video after a lamborghini goes up in flames at a gas station. details on how it happened. (grant) and after the break... the snacks you will no longer be able to get on southwest flights. my name is jamir dixon and i'm a locate and mark fieldman for pg&e.
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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. 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. (grant) on southwest
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airlines... you might want to bring your own snacks. the carrier will stop serving peanuts on its planes beginning august first. the decision to remove the free snacks... is being done out of consideration for passengers with peanut allergies. fortunately... free pretzels will continue to be served on board. (grant) and american airlines says it will stop using plastic straws and drink stirs... and replace them with bio-degradable alternatives.
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starting in november... american will use bamboo straws. the airline says the move will eliminate more that 71 thousand pounds of plastic waste every year. (vick) still ahead... a postal worker dies in record heat in southern california. and now her family is going after the postal service... demanding change for their workers. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll bay area forecast after the break.
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(vicki) a postal worker nearing retirement was found unresponsive in her mail truck in southern california -- on a record-hot day. attempts to revive her failed -- and she was pronounced dead at the scene. kareen er spoke with a family member -- who wants changes at the postal service. a dedicated postal worker with 28 years of service, close to retirement, peggy frank's sister lynn calkins says the beloved mail carrier had just returned to work for medical leave.her first day back in
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months due to a broken ankle, when tragedy struck on friday. the 63 year old was found unresponsive in her mail delivery truck in this neighborhood, according to residents... as temperatures topped more than 115 degrees in the record breaking heat. lynn calkins/sister"i am really so sad because she retire really soon, now she can't." coroners confirmed that while an autopsy has been performed, the cause of death is still pending, so it's unclear how she died.but frank's family believes the extreme temperatures which they say give her heat stroke last year during the scorching summer months may have been a factor this time.lynn calkins/sister"and they need to do something, because you representative with the u.s. postal service said in a statement, it's been a very challenging time.our thoughts and prayers are with the employees family at this time. that spokesperson added, while mail trucks aren't equipped with air conditioning units (quote)--"the safety of employees is always a priority also that workers are reminded every day to stay hydrated where clothing and hats, carry sufficient amounts of water and ice and to stay in the shade as much as possible." possible."
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(vicki) that was kareen wynter reporting. calkins says she hopes her sister's death will lead to safey improvements for postal workers... including the installation of air conditioning systems in all mail delivery trucks. (catherine) in oakland - a first year teacher is already making a big impression.his students love him - and his principal calls him a 'gift to education.' tray britt - is our teacher of the week. 'miss christina - are you taking a.t.?' tray britt's fourth graders contentedly fall into line when he says so.. something you can't always say about a brand new teacher. teacher - 'ok we're entering the building silently. stop at the corner.' he knows how to keep order and keep young minds engaged. principal - 'he's
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phenomenal. in my 15 years as an educator i've never seen a first year teacher be so impactful so early on.' this is aspire triumph technology academy in east oakland. the student population - 70 percent african american.... tray says it's important that his kids have a strong teacher - who 'looks like them.'tray britt - 'i believe that is true for them just as well as it was true for me. cuz i had a few teachers coming up when i was young. and they were also black men. and me seeing them - that kind of gave me the inspiration to know like 'hey, there's no restriction on what i can do. it's limitless.'he's a former college basketball star who says he brings that sense of competitiveness to the classroom..tray britt - 'i'm looking for the group that can build a balloon tower in 12 minutes.'today - what looks like play time with balloons is actually about planning, teamwork and deadlines. they might have fun in here...but you're expected to follow the rules. and if the kids are picking up on tray's positive attitude - that's by design.student - 'he says the words can't and won't shouldn't be in your vocabulary.'student - 'when i
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go in the class i look forward to having a nice day with mr. britt.' a lot of people are enjoying time with mr. britt.when there was talk of him moving out of state at one point - this was the reaction of his principal. principal - 'ah...no way. i'm not having that. you gotta stay here with the kids! (laughs) they love him so much.'tray - 'i'm more than happy that i stayed here. and i wouldn't leave.'tray says his favorite teachers always expected him to give his best. here at aspire triumph..........it's something he's doing every day. (catherine) tray was nominated by a student and her mom. they love the fact he also shows up for them 'outside' the classroom...inc luding their sports events. if you have a teacher you'd like to nominate...just go to our website kron-4- dot-com and choose 'features.' then click on 'teacher of the week.'vicki and grant (anchor) taking a live look outside... at san francisco's embarcadero.
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(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was mostly sunny and nice today with hot temperatures again inland. the summer monsoon continues to bring shower and thunderstorms into southern california. highs today were in the 90s inland with 60s at the beaches. on the satellite you can see the area of low pressure moving to our north. that will help cool the temperatures a little tomorrow but we will still have 80s to low 90s inland. more fog will develop along the coast and bay tonight. highs at the beaches tomorrow will also be cooler with fog and in the 60s with 70s and a few 80s around the bay. high pressure will begin to build in slowly and our temperatures will warm into the weekend. it will be muggy on friday with moonsoonal clouds moving through. more sunshine is expected for the weekend with hotter temperatures. (vicki) the trump administration has missed the first deadline to reunite children separated from their families at the border because of the zero tolerance policy.
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washington correspondent alexandra correspondent temperatures.with hotter temperatures.
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(vicki) the trump administration has missed the first deadline to reunite children separated from their families at the border because of the zero tolerance policy. washington correspondent alexandra limon reports the administration says it needs more time federal officials admit they have a problem. they are missing the court's deadline to reunite most of the children under age 5. because they cannot find some of the parents of children who were taken from their families at the border. possibly because the parents have already been deported. and another problem. officials say they need more time to verify the family relationships...for the chldren's safety.president trumpwell i have a solution, tell people don't come to our country illegally. that's the
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solution.but long time republican linda chavez, a staffer under president ronald reagan, says many of the asylum seekers who have been arrested for entering the u.s. outside of ports of entry...may not have violated the law....linda sanchez / director, becoming american initiativeif in fact you are not able to do it at a legal port of entry, it doesn't say in the law that you are not allowed to do it elsewhere. california senator kamala harris agrees that the president's zero tolerance policy may conflict with asylum laws.sen. kamala harris / california (d)well that's going to be debated in a court of law, but from my perspective they should not have created the zero tolerance policy and it's inhumane.sen. richard durbin / illinois (d)trump wants to change all the rules, alexandra limon / @alexlimonnew sthat's sen richard durbin talking about the trump administration'house the migrant families together- indefinitely - on military bases. but a california judge refused to overrule a longstanding court order that says children can only be jailed for 20 days.... sen. richard durbin / illinois (d) i'm glad that the court spoke out against this attempt to change it.it's still unclear how quickly the families can be reunited...and for how long. in washington alexandra limon. (grant)
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news at 5... see how a lamborghini goes up in flames at a gas station.
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(grant) a very pricey sportscar in missouri is now just a charred frame after it went up in flames. (vicki) it happened after the driver of another car
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pulled away with the gas pump still in the car. derrion henderson has the story. (pkg)"not one ... but two."'a cell video admiring two exotic - and very expensive - sports cars bared witness to its demise that would hurt the heart of any car enthusiast.if you look closely you'll see the van on the opposite side of the blue lamborghini pull off with the fuel pump still inside.thomas george: "i've seen people drive away from pumps and make mistakes, but never seen something to that extent with that much money being destroyed."the driver of the red car, parker gelber, says in a facebook post the pump sprayed fuel into the engine bay of the lamborghini huracan and it ignited.these photos show the $200,000 car engulfed in flames.thankfully, no one got hurt and gelber's red ferrari only got covered in ash.brent oesterle: "crazy ... just blows my mind actually."days after the incident, dozens of onlookers are stopping by the now blocked off gas pump to snap a photo and take a look at whatús left.brent oesterle: "i feel sorry for their insurance company by seeing that and for
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the person that owns it, too." onlookers say this is a clear indication that drivers should always pay attention before, during and after fueling. (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) ken wayne and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (pam) thank you grant and vicki..coming up at six.. we are continuing to we are continuing to follow breaking news...hot and windy conditions are creating a dangerous situation.... we are monitoring two grass fires burning in the south bay - one forcing evacuations.(ken) then - new at six...tesla announces it will build its first plant outside the united states.. we'll talk to an expert about what that could mean for its fremont factory. kron4 news at six is next.
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about what (pam) (pam) breaking news tonight.. firefighters are battling two grass fires in the south bay. this is video from one in morgan hill... and our reporter just arrived on the scene in san jose... where a fire that broke out this afternoon is forcing evactuations. thank you for joining us. i'm pam moore. (ken) and i'm ken wayne. here is a map showing that fire in san jose.. it is burning near curie drive and san ignacio avenue at santa theresa county park. evacuations are in place....at the ibm facility ... santa theresa county park... and muriel wright school. joining us now with the latest... kron4's jr stone.
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( pam ) the other brush fire we mentioned is burning in morgan hill.. the fire broke out at around 2:00- this afternoon. in the area of hale avenue and monterey road... that's a rural area-- but it is close to several homes. kron4's rob fladeboe has the latest from morgan hill.
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(pam) and this just into the kron4 newsroom... we have confirmed that four horses have died as a result of the morgan hill fire. joined now by our chief meterorologist lawrence karnow... lawrence... fire
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season is off to an early start this year lawrence karnow: it was mostly sunny and nice today with hot temperatures again inland. the summer monsoon continues to bring shower and thunderstorms into southern california. highs today were in the 90s inland with 60s at the beaches. on the satellite you can see the area of low pressure moving to our north. that will help cool the temperatures a little tomorrow but we will still have 80s to low 90s inland. more fog will develop along the coast and bay tonight. highs at the beaches tomorrow will also be cooler with fog and in the 60s with 70s and a few 80s around the bay. high pressure will begin to build in slowly and our temperatures will warm into the weekend. it will be muggy on friday with moonsoonal clouds moving through. more sunshine is expected for the weekend with hotter temperatures. (pam) (pam)
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(pam) tonight... we have learned that the san francisco pedicab driver who was injured in a hit and run crash last month... has died. (ken) grant lodes joins us now in the newsroom with details. (grant) 66-year-old (grant) 66-year-old kevin manning died from his injuries last night at san francisco general hospital. the crash happened on june 27th... when he was traveling on the embarcadero near sansome street. the hit-and-run driver sped off towards the bay bridge. police are hoping the video will help locate the vehicle--a gold or champagne colored, four-door honda civic. four other people riding in pedi-cabs.. including two children... were injured in the crash. the crash has prompted the san francisco bicycle coalition to
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pressure the s-f-m-t-a and port of san francisco to make safety improvements along the traffic corridor. manning had been a driver for dixi....f six years. a gofundme ... initially set up to help pay for manning's medical bills... has raised more than 29 thousand dollars. (pam) an anniversary trip to mexico city.... ends in tragedy for a young san francisco couple after the wife was killed by a stray bullet. the killing happened inside a taqueria located in an upscale section of the capital.(ken) kron4's maureen kelly has reaction from those who knew the 27 year old victim. the 27 year old victim tatiana mirutenko was vacationing with her husband and friends, trying to eat in as many michelan starred restuarants as possible as they celebrated the couple's one year wedding anniversary. they were inside a taqueria located in an exclusive section of mexico city when mexican authorities say two gunmen on a motorcycle
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opened fire. the intended target...a bar bouncer inside the eatery. he was hospitalized but a stray bullet stuck and killed the american tourist. a manhunt for the shooters is ongoing. today her husband answered the buzzer at the home they shared in this mission bay building.....but he declined to go on camera.tatiana seen here with her family, grew up outside chicago.....in a (pam) a fire that broke out last night has displaced nine people in san francisco's north beach neighborhood. (pam) it happened around midnight at fiddler's green pub. the pub is located on the lower level.. residential spaces are on the top floor. four adults living in the building have been displaced. and a family of five tourists staying in a nearby air- b-n-b relocated to a hotel because of the heavy smoke. one firefighter suffered minor injuries. officials are investigating what caused the fire. new tonight at 6. a one- alarm fire in east oakland has displaced six people. fire crews say, a two- story building was blazing along 52-
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hundred international blvd at just after four- this morning. one firefighter suffered minor burns to his back as he made his way up the building. no other injuries were reported.. injuries were reported.. was held to one building.. it was under control by 5 a-m. although the blaze did cause major damage to the building. (ken) two children were hurt after an apartment fire in antioch. this is new video from the scene.the flames broke out in a 12 unit apartment building -- just after 1:30 this afternoon near barcelona circle and buchanan road. the two children hurt were taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. investigators are still trying to determine what started the fire. new tonight at 6. a concord man has been sentenced to 4 years in state prison for a road rage incident and starting a fire in the east bay last august.in the east bay last august. 25-year-old alfredo bautista pleaded no contest to arson and assault from the incidents in the grizzly peak area of
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oakland and berkeley. bautista admitted to starting fires in the area using a cigarette lighter. before setting the fire... investigators say bautista followed another car.. rammed into it several times... pointed a gun at the other driver and then took off. bautista has been ordered to pay more than 126-thousand dollars in restitution to cal fire for the costs of fighting the 20-acre fire... which took 5 days to fully contain. (pam) a judge says, evidence claiming that 'roundup' weed killer causes cancer seems weak. however, district judge vince chhabria will allow experts to make the claim at trial.. he made the ruling today. the ruling also allows hundreds of lawsuits against roundup's manufacturer, monsanto, to continue. the lawsuits by cancer victims and their families say, monsanto long knew about roundup's cancer risk ... but failed to warn them. many government regulators have rejected a link between
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an agro- chemical in roundup and cancer. monsanto has denied such a connection. ( ken ) coming up... the bay area's own tesla motors is making a big move to asia ... we'll look at what that means to the company overall, and the fremont plant in particular. (pam) also .. tragedy rocks a central california family ... when a toddler finds a gun in the home and shoots himself in the head.. details ahead. ( ken ) and next... a major crackdown on graffiti artists and the felony charges they will now face in one bay area city.
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i am extremely proud of jackie, gaby and stephanie. 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. san francisco's
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district attorney announced a string of felony charges against graffiti vandals today.. he says the city is cracking down on the worst vandals in the city.. catherine heenan is here with the story.. (catherine) a grand jury has indicted seven high-profile graffiti vandals... the d.a. accuses them of tagging and vandalizing buildings in the city - repeatedly. calling them the people who 'drive' the problem in san francisco. you're looking at some of the graffiti blamed on the 7 men. aside from anything else....d.a. george gascon says it's a very expensive problem. gascon says there's been lots of property damage.... and it's particularly harmful to small business owners who find it hard to keep coming up with the cash to clean things up. authorities say most of the authorities say
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things up.to clean things up. authorities say most of the damage is being done by taggers...as opposed to hard core gang graffiti. ken and pam? (pam) new at 6. bay area based tesla announced today .... it will build its first factory outside of the united states... in the chinese city - shanghai. this news is coming less than a month after announcing around 500- worker layoffs here in the bay area. the agreement signed today calls for construction on the new facility to start sometime in the near future... eventually ramping up to produce a half- million cars each year. china is the world's largest electric vehicle market. (pam) the (pam) (pam)
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the (pam) (pam) the announcement is
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coming as trade tensions mount between the chinese and u-s governments. (ken) joining us now to talk about this... wall street journal reporter tim higgins.. let's take a let's take a look outside
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right now...(ken) chief meteorologist chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. lawrence karnow: it was mostly
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sunny d nice today with hot temperatures again inland. the summer monsoon continues to bring shower and thunderstorms into southern california. highs today were in the 90s inland with 60s at the beaches. on the satellite you can see the area of low pressure moving to our north. that will help cool the temperatures a little tomorrow but we will still have 80s to low 90s inland. more fog will develop along the coast and bay tonight. highs at the beaches tomorrow will also be cooler with fog and in the 60s with 70s and a few 80s around the bay. high pressure will begin to build in slowly and our temperatures will warm into the weekend. it will be muggy on friday with moonsoonal clouds moving through. more sunshine is expected for the weekend with hotter temperatures. (pam) in the east bay. the 169- adult ice detainees (pam)
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(pam) (pam) in the east bay. the 169- adult ice detainees currently being held at the west county detention facility in richmond, will soon be leaving. the contra costa county's sheriff has announced, he is cancelling the contract with ice to house detainees in that facility. (ken) kron 4s' dan kerman joins us live from the sheriff's office in martinez with more cc sheriff cancels ice contract 0710186 insertcontra costa county sheriff david livingston has announced he is canceling the contract with ice to house up to 200 immigrant detainees at the west county detention facility in richmond. the sheriff says the decision is in part based on ecnomics and also on recent protests.sot david livingston/contra costa county sheriff 16-26supervisor john gioia called the decision historic and congratulated protesterssot john gioia contra costa county supervisor 33-43sotbut board of
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superisors chair karen mitchoff said she fears closing this facility will be a hardship on bay area families who have loved ones sot karen mitchoff/contra costa county supervisor 106-115 124/having access (pam) coming (pam) access124/having 115supervisor 106-a costa county supervisor 106-115124/having access
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(pam) coming up... thousands of dollars worth of apple products gone in a flash .. police now looking for at least four teen suspects responsible for the daring theft. (ken) and next... a fast moving thief in a 'snatch and grab' in san francisco... leaves the victim begging for the return of precious family heirlooms.. ♪ ♪ can world-renowned artist red hong yi use the chase mobile app® to pay practically anyone, at any bank? all while creating a masterpiece made of tea leaves?
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thief gets away with priceless family heirlooms dating back more than 100-years. it is jewelry.... a
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grandmother gave to her grandaughter to wear during her wedding. now, a close friend of the bride is asking for the jewlery to be returned... no questions asked. kron4's sotyou heard her right, the expectant mother took of after the thief sotthis pendant is among several pieces of jewelry in a backpack that was stolen during a snatch and grab theft sunday night on the 2800 block of buchanon street in san francisco . the victim rachel lodge says a few days earlier lodge was a bridesmaid in her friend's wedding in ireland. the bride wore the jewelry during the wedding. the jewelry belongs the bride's 92-year-old great grandmother. she says this pendant has been in the family for over 100-years. the bride left ireland for a honeymoon in africa. she gave the
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jewelry to lodge to take back to her grandmother here in the statessotsan francisco police have limited information on the suspect. limited information on the suspect vehicle. investigators are checking surveillance cameras in the area for any possible leads. rachel lodge says she just wants her friend's family heirlooms returned no askedsotin san francisco haaziq madyun kron4news ( ken ) still ahead at six... a california 2- year is dead from a self - inflicted gunshot wound, and an adult is in custody .. as investigators try to piece together exactly what happened..
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(pam) and the world breathes a collective sigh of relief at the rescue of the last boys and their soccer coach... stranded in a dangerous, dark, water filled cave in thailand.. (pam) breaking news tonight..
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firefighters are battling a grass fire in san jose that is causing evacuations. it is now 75 percent contained. (ken) it is burning near curie drive and san ignacio avenue at santa theresa county
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park. it is an area near a lot of homes....at least 100 acres have burned. evacuation orders have been issued for the i-b-m facility .... santa terisa county park.... and muriel wright school., while firefighters continue to gain the upper hand. (pam) that fire in san jose.. is about 15 -miles away from a grass fire that broke out in morgan hill ... close to homes. that happened in the area of hale avenue and monterey road... firefighters have gotten a handle on that fire this evening. but we did learn.. four horses were killed. (pam)(ken) time now for a look at tonight's top local stories. cc sheriff cancels ice contract 0710186 insertcontra costa county sheriff david livingston has announced he is canceling the contract with ice to house up to 200 immigrant detainees at the west county detention facility in richmond. the sheriff says the decision is in part based on ecnomics and also on recent protests.sot david livingston/contra costa county sheriff 16-26supervisor john gioia called the decision historic and congratulated
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protesterssot john gioia contra costa county supervisor 33-43sotbut board of superisors chair karen mitchoff said she fears closing this facility will be a hardship on bay area families who have loved ones sot karen mitchoff/contra costa county supervisor 106-115 124/having access in san mateo county... the family of 23-year-old angela hernandez is offering a 10-thousand dollar reward for information that will help find her. she's been missing since friday. she is from portland oregon... and, was passing through half moon bay to lancaster for a family wedding when all of a sudden she stopped communicating with her family. her sisters say that's out of the ordinary for her, and the sheriff's office considers her disappearance suspicous. in san mateo county, philippe djegal, kron four news. they'll be protesting google's plans to build a new 8 million sq ft mega-campus in san jose. this isn't the first time the group has protested the construction of the mega campus.organizers of the protest say the new increases in evictions,
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homelessness and displacement. they are asking google to negotiate an agreement with the community to protect residents from the impacts of tech gentrification when the tech giant comes to san jose. some of the demands include: -allocating 25% of units in any residential the lowest- income residents.-supporting legal defense for tenants facing eviction.-giving local residents first consideration for jobs.reporting live in san jose, lydia pantazes kron 4 news. lawrence karnow: it was mostly sunny and nice today with hot temperatures again inland. the summer monsoon continues to bring shower and thunderstorms into southern california. highs today were in the 90s inland with 60s at the beaches. on the satellite you can see the area of low pressure moving to our north. that will help cool the temperatures a little tomorrow but we will still have 80s to low 90s inland. more fog will develop along the coast and bay tonight. highs at the beaches tomorrow will also be cooler with fog and in the 60s with 70s and a few 80s around the bay. high pressure will begin to build in slowly and our temperatures will warm into the weekend. it will be muggy on friday with moonsoonal clouds moving through. more sunshine is
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expected for the weekend with hotter temperatures. (ken) (ken) a mission impossible... was possible. after an almost three-week ordeal that prompted an international rescue effort -- all of the members of a boys soccer team and their coach have been recovered from a flooded cave in thailand. (pam)omar jimenez has the latest on the remarkable rescue... the the whole world was watching.. mission accomplished... narongsak osotthanakorn/mi ssion commander: "i want this case to be immortal to prevent any possible situations like this in the future." it ábegan back on june 23rd...the wild boars soccer team...12 boys aged 11 to 16 and their 25- year-old coach...were exploring a cave in northern thailand when seasonal rains flooded the entrance... forcing them further in.after
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nine days of searching for the boys -- then came the rescue effort. it unfolded in chiang rai, thailandthe group was found two and a half miles from the cave entranceover a half mile underground and monsoon rains threatened to push them even further in.the path to get to the boys, was a winding one flooded in different portions and áextremely narrow at times. leaving álittle to no margin for error.each boy was attached by a rope to a rescuer and escorted by átwo divers.and those tasked with átransporting the áoxygen tanks describe the danger... narongsuk keasub, diver: "we could see only our hands with short distance. secondly, the stones are razor sharp which is dangerous for our diving, (and) thirdly the passage is very narrow.the dangerous mission proved deadly for one rescuer...former thai navy seal saman kunan died on his way back from delivering oxygen tanks to the boys. narongsak osotthanakorn/mi ssion commander: saman kunan was a true hero.his memory met with cheers and applause.as for the áboys and coach rescued? they're now recovering at a local hospital. all after a 17 day rescue operation that at times seemed impossible.now proven to be just the opposite.i'm omar z reporting. (ken) an adult
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is being held responsible for the accidental shooting death of a toddler in fresno. investigators say the 2-year-old shot himself in the head saturday...but 9-1-1 wasn't called immediately. corin hoggard reports. jace alexander started this last saturday like a lot of others.his dad went to work. his father's fiancee fixed his breakfast, fed him, and set the 2-year-old in front of the t-v to watch cartoons.but she left the room for half an hour to play video games and talk to their roommate, oscar ramos. chief jerry dyer/fresno police "and during that time she thought jace was in the living room watching cartoons when both her and oscar heard a loud pop come from the other side of the house."they found jace bleeding in his bedroom, with a handgun lying next to
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him.the fiancee couldn't get her phone to work, so she asked ramos to call 911.chief jerry dyer/fresno police "and for whatever reason, he did not. he paced around the house for 5-10 minutes. she finally grabbed his phone and called 911 and that's when we were first notified."police say paramedics probably couldn't have saved jace's life anyway, but the delay was concerning.the boy's dad told investigators he'd found ramos' gun lying around the house before and asked him to keep it in his safe and away from his three kids who lived in the house part-time.police say ramos took full responsibility for the boy's death, admitting he'd left the gun out and couldn't even remember where.chief jerry dyer/fresno police "he thought maybe he had placed the gun on the entertainment center in the living room area, but could not be certain." (ken)that was corin hoggard reporting.police arrested ramos on charges of criminal storage of a gun and child endangerment. (pam) four young
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people -- caught on camera raiding an apple store in fresno.. and making off with 27-thousand dollars in electronics. the hoodie- wearing suspects burst in and ripped out more than two- dozen macbooks, i-pads and i-phones.. which were tethered to display tables -- as stunned customers look on. the store has a hands- off policy -- meaning workers do not intervene in such a situation. a customer did try to block the doorway -- but was knocked down. the customer was not hurt. police say, the thieves jumped into a nearby vehicle and took off. people are looking for the four looking for the four suspects -- who are about 16 -to 18 -years old -- as well as the getaway driver. police say, the suspects never displayed any six... another dead humpback whale discovered along the california coastline .. puzzling scientists and beachgoers alike..
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(pam) beachgoers on california's central coast came across a 29-foot whale carcass... while enjoying the surf and sun over the weekend. scientists do not always know why whales beach themselves, but they think this one died at sea... and then washed ashore. and while it is a rarity to find a dead humpback on the beach... it was definitely a source of curiosity for beachgoers after it washed ashore this
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weekend. "it's something you don't see all the time even when you come down here" "it's sad to see any animal die but it's just the cycle of life." (pam) marks along the creature's tail ... could indicate the humpback was entangled at some point. and while a necropsy could not be performed because of the carcass decompostion, scientists took skin and blubber samples, in hopes of getting more information. humpback whales are not permanent residents of monterey bay. they come from central america to feed. in sports... the giants make a change in their pitching rotation... johnny cueto is out... at least for tonight and the a's get a second all-star... gary has that story... and all the sports...coming up
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jed lowrie will be an all- star after all... the a's 2nd baseman... who finished third in the fans and players votes for two of the spots at his position... was added to the squad as the automatic replacemnt for the yankees gleyber torres... who is on the disabled list with a hip strain many believe lowrie was snubbed when the teams were announced sunday... this will be his first all-star appearance in an 11 year major league career lowrie is tied for 2nd in the american league with 62 rbi and has hit a career-high 16 home runs... he is the first a's mid-fielder to make the spring classic since miguel tejada in 2002.. and one of only two a's second baseman... phil garner being the other in 1976
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the giants are shaking up their starting rotation the last wek of baseball before the all-star game... most notable... derek holland will be taking johnnny cueto's spot tonight against the chicago cubs... this will alow cueto to take five days off before his next start... the rotation this weekend against the a's is "to be determined" according the manager bruce bochy cueto has only made one start since a two-month layoff due to elbow problems... he will take the mound tomorrow night his return was not a good one... as he gave up 4 runs in the first inning... five overall over 5 innings... last thursday to the st. louis cardinals the nfl players association has filed a grievance with the league challenging its national anthem policy... the union says that the new policy... they prohibits players from kneeling or sitting during the national anthem with the punishment of
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a fine... which the league imposed without consultation with the nflpa... is inconsistent with the collective bargaining agreement and infringes on players' rights. the policy only allows the policy only allows players to protest during the national anthem by staying in the locker room,... commissioner roger goodell called it a compromise aimed at putting the focus back on football after a tumultuous year in which television ratings dipped nearly 10 percent(wipe to mccoy)
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this one is disturbing... buffalo bills running back lesean mccoy is denying allegations by an unidentied person on instagram of domestic abuse, child abuse and aminal cruelty the unidentified user posted a photo of a women... claimed to be a friend... with cuts and bruises on her face... allegedly at the hands of mccoy the posted also made allegations that mccoy beat his son, beat his dog and used "illegal steroids." in a statement... mccoy vehemently and categorically denied the allegations
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the world cup bracket is coming down to the wire... --we go to st. petersburg...fr ance and belgium..in the semifinals. the french president, emmanuel macron in attendance. --we pick it up in the 21st minute... belgium trying to take advantage of a corner kick... check out the strike through traffic.... and hugo lloris (low-reese) is right there for the diving save. --30-minutes later, france shows em how it's done. off the corner again... and samuel umtiti (um-tee-tee) rises to knock in the header. what a shot into the back of the net. --president macron loves it... as france goes on to win 1-nil...and awaits the winner of england and croatia in the final. (wipe to ronaldo new team) in other soccer news,
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this is a big headline. cristiano ronaldo...a player many would consider the best in the world...is leaving real madrid and will play for the italian club-- juventus (you-vent-es). the clubs agreed on a the clubs (you-vent-es). the clubs agreed on a transfer fee of 100-million euro..which is about 117-euro..which is about 117-euro..which is about 117- million in u-s dollars. the 33-year-old leaves madrid as the club's all-time top goal scorer...and he led them to four league titles. big day at wimbledon for serena williams. -- williams..entering as the 25th seed...looking for a spot in the semifinals. a lot of starpower in the crowd.. drake, jessica biel and justin timberlake in attendance. -- serena giorgi.. we pick it up in set one.... and giorgi smokes a return past williams to take the opening set.... serena on the ropes early... but... --williams came roaring back...got even in winning the 2nd set... great reflexes on the return winner... and then sealed the deal to take match point. williams..back in the semis for the 11th time in her
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career... she has won 7 wimbledon singles titles (pam) coming up... a land dispute between neighbors escalates to a big argument and an unusual slow speed chase..
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it's not unusual to hear about arguments between neighbors getting heated - and things escalating.. but a case in florida is getting national attention - simply because it'sso strange.. catherine heenan is here with the story.. (catherine) when a florida man got really, really angry with a neighbor....this happened... he hopped on his tractor...and began chasing the guy.. it doesn't look like he was in any huge danger since a tractor only moves so fast... but scott lynch began running and yelling...while hiswife took this video. maybe it wasn't life and death...but lynch was angry and scared.
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and his wife called 911... 911 call - and when you say he came after your husband with his tractor - did he chase him down, or...?yes - he chased him down on the tractor and my husband had to run, yes. this apparently began with a property dispute...scott and his wife claim the neighbor is using some of their land and blocking their driveway. the 72-year-old driver has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. he's been told not to contact his neighbors. pam and ken? (ken)zsa zsa,an english bulldog who was crowned the "world's ugliest dog" in petaluma last month... has died.according to her owner .... the 9 year old passed away in her sleep last night. according to the new york post, zsa zsa was named after hungarian actress zsa zsa gabor, because she enjoyed lounging on the couch like a "beautiful model." lawrence karnow: it was mostly sunny and nice today with hot
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temperatures again inland. the summer monsoon continues to bring shower and thunderstorms into southern california. highs today were in the 90s inland with 60s at the beaches. on the satellite you can see the area of low pressure moving to our north. that will help cool the temperatures a little tomorrow but we will still have 80s to low 90s inland. more fog will develop along the coast and bay tonight. highs at the beaches tomorrow will also be cooler with fog and in the 60s with 70s and a few 80s around the bay. high pressure will begin to build in slowly and our temperatures will warm into the weekend. it will be muggy on friday with moonsoonal clouds moving through. more sunshine is expected for the weekend with hotter temperatures. last weather and goodbye temperatures. last weather and goodbye
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