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it's sunday july 15th, 2018 ...good morning ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. ( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. (dave)today looks to be pretty similar to saturday, then a modest warming trend appears
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in store for the first part of next week as high pressure aloft strengthens over california. monsoonal moisture looks to return later in the week. model solutions vary widely in the details, but opens the door to some possibility of high-based showers or thunderstorms for our area beginning around wednesday evening. ( marty )police are
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investigating a multi vechicle crash this morning in walnut creek.it happened around 3-30 this morning on interstate 6- 80... just south of north main street. at least 2 cars were involved in the crash... but according to a witness... atleast 10 vehicles were involved. one person was sent to a nearby hosptial. no word on that persons current condition. ( marty )also in the east bay, two people have been killed and one injured following a single-vehicle crash in alameda county. it happened on redwood road near the intersection of marciel road saturday night. thats near the upper san leandro reservior. the injured person was transported to a nearby hospital... no word on their condition this morning, nor the cause of the accident.. ( marty )the mother of two girls who were killed when the car she was driving plunged into a river, has reached a tentative plea agreement with prosecutors. 27-year-old alejandra hernandez pleaded no contest last month to two
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counts of felony gross vehicular manslaughter. a sonoma county superior court judge will review the terms of the agreement next month, and issue a sentence. hernandez's two daughters drowned in august of 20-16 - after her car crashed into the petaluma river. authorities say she had meth and marijuana in her system at the time. ( marty )in the north bay, police are searching for a man, accused of robbing two tourists at a convenience store. it happened thursday at val's liquors on third street in napa. a suspect waving a semi-auto handgun... entered the store and confronted the tourists. the gunman took their digital camera and selfie stick. he then pointed the gun at a store employee...and demanded his cell phone. the suspect ran off before police arrived. ( marty )a deadly fire is ravaging parts of the forest this morning near yosemite-- the ferguson fire is burning in mariposa county. so far it's charred one-thousand acres and is just 5-percent contained. no word on what
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caused the fire. ( marty )while trying to get a handle on the fire, the calfire fire team lost one of their own. cal fire says, braden varney was cutting a "fire break" with his bulldozer ... to prevent the fire from spreading when he was killed. ( marty ) the chief also says, varney was with calfire for almost 10 years. his father, who was also a cal-fire bulldozer operator, and just died of cancer. varney is survived by his mom, his wife , and two children aged 3 and 5 years old. he was 36 years old.
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( marty ) and we have an update on the yolo county fire. that fire is now 100- percent contained. the fire started two weeks ago. cal fire says it burned just over 90-thousand acres. no one was injured, but 20 buildings were destroyed while three others were damaged. the cause of the fire was traced back to an improperly installed electric livestock fence in woodland. ( marty ) viral video in san francisco shows a woman asking a street vendor about having a permit. people online reacted calling the woman racist and labeling her "permit betty." kron-4's justine waldman spoke with the woman in the video to get her side. nats rene folena says she lost her job, by doing what she is suppose to do.. trying to help street vendors. nats? until thursday, she worked in out-reach with streetplus, a community group that contracts with yuerba
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beuna communitty benefit district which aims to make the city a more welcoming place. in this now viral video, folena is seen talking to a street vendor on market street, and holding her phone the man recording the video, it appears, accuses her of harassing the vendor about having a permit.nat she got to mess with people trying to make a livingsot i wish people would stop thinking i was on the phone with police over the phone folena tells me, while on her lunch, she says she made call to a community guide at her job to come check on the vendor to help get the woman a 1 day permit. folena tells me she 1/2 mexican and 1/2 irish. and in no way a racist. sot i am sorry that i did not make the phone call myself and give her the information in a statement the ybcbd says "we are vigilant in ensuring that our values of inclusivity and of treating people with compassion, respect and dignity" and a service provider misrepresented it and no longer works there. streetplus, did not return requests for comment. the
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grandmother believes the video does not show the whole story.nats sot what i regret is not having the district have my back ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... a firefighter is recovering this morning... after being attacked by a pitbull while on the job. ( marty ) plus at 7:30...
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kron 4's sara stinson will join us live at golden gate park for the 32nd annual aids walk. ( marty )and parents pushback... after a statewide rule requires kids to be vaccinated. we'll learn how some parents are finding a way around it.
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of medical exemptions statewide climb.sfx from under a thousand in 2013, they have quadrupled to more than four thousand last year.doctors say only about three percent of all children can't tolerate vaccines ... if they have a gelatin allergy, for example, or are in chemotherapy.and if more than ten percent are not immunized, they lose what is known as "herd protection"moo this graphic from the c=d=c shows that when only a few people are immunized ... they're the ones in yellow ... diseases spread easily from one individual to another. but if enough people are protected, the individual is isolated.and in cases of highly contagious diseases like measles ... as many as 95 percent of people need to be vaccinated. ( dave )cool and cloudy at the coast, still quite warm
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(dave) today looks to be pretty similar to saturday, then a modest warming trend appears in store for the first part of next week as high pressure aloft strengthens over california. monsoonal moisture looks to return later in the week. model solutions
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vary widely in the details, but opens the door to some possibility of high-based showers or thunderstorms for our area beginning around wednesday evening.
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( marty )an east bay firefighter is recovering this morning... after being seriously injured on the job by a dog. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke to firefighters and has the story from san leandro. this is the pitbull firefighters say... attacked
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one of their own.it was around 10 saturday morning.. shortly after firefighters finished putting out a fire in this home.a woman who was rescued out of the window was sitting on this curb with a pitbull on a leash. the battalion chief was walking over to ask her questions about the fire.alan evans /division chief, alameda countyand as he approached, he was making sure that the job was subdued and it was okay to approach. she said yes. she started talking to as part of investigation to ask questions. and he was two to three feet away from the gal. for whatever reason, the dog jumped up and attacked out battalion chiefjohn whiting suffered major injuries to his face. and is being treated at stanford hospital.around 9:30 saturday morning.. fireifighters received a report about a house fire here on the 16-thousand block of maubert avenue... whiting and several others arrived to find multiple people in the home and twenty pitbulls. two of them died in the fire but they were able to save the rest. including this one.. that
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firefighters describe as male dominant.. which means he is the pack leader and the defender. he is the one they say.. turned on battalion chief john whiting.alan evans /division chief, alameda county you know going to talk to somebody and somebody had a dog, the dog was on a leash. we secured it. we make sure. we ask questions. you make sure it looks like the dog was on a leash. she just wasnt holding the leash taught. so when the dog went to go jump, it pulled her and pulled the leash. she wasn;t hoding it taught to make sure the dog wouldn't jump. this is another prime example of our first responders, firefighters, you know fighting fire is one danger and other circumstances that we encounter ( marty ) that was kron 4s hermela argawi reporting. all of the dogs are in animal control custody. the pitbull in question was quarantined... and the alameda county sherrifs department tell us they have initiated an animal neglect and cruelty investigation. ( marty )we're learning of a helicopter rescue in the delta. it happened after a
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woman's boat crashed in the delta. this is video from thursday afternoon. you can see the boat up on the rock levee near the franks tract state recreational area. officials say the woman became pinned inside the boat after the crash. a helicopter was dispatched to the scene just before one o'clock. the woman was then airlifted to an area hospital for treatment. her condition is unknown. no one else was injured. ( marty )also in the eastbay, a small dog is recovering this morning after it was attacked by a coyote. it happened in the owners backyard in alamo. kron4's michelle kingston has the story. (mk)this is lucy -- a nine year old jack russell terrier who is lucky to be alivekent molinaro, lucy's dad "i just threw open the glass door and screamed really loud" her dad let her outside their alamo oaks home first thing in the morning and before he knew it ... lucy was in a coyote's mouthkent molinaro, lucy's dad
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"i didn't know when i threw open the door and yelled if she was dead or alive"the coyote ran off and left lucy bleeding around her neck ... this is a photo a neighbor took of the coyote possibly in question ... lucy is now recovering from surgery and wearing a red bandana to hide her woundskent molinaro, lucy's dad"i knew right away that's a coyote"unfortunately -- lucy's dad is familiar with these attacks ...neighbors have had six in the past month ...one of the deadly ones was lucy's brother enzo ... who disappeared and was found five days later in a neighbor's yard -- his body partially eatenkent molinaro, lucy's dad "we've been here 22 years and we've never had a problem. we've had dogs before these two and never a problem."the molinaro family sees coyotes around their home often -- these are videos they've taken of them before ...but they say the one who grabbed lucy was different -- dark in color and much larger than the ones they typically seekent molinaro, lucy's dad"i can't see us letting her out here though knowing that that animal is out there.." ( marty ) ( marty ) still ahead on kron 4... the
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a's try to even the bay bridge series... and.. steph curry enjoys a round of golf at lake tahoe. j-r stone has the highlights .. next in sports. just when you thought you were done painting... ...you discover paint bleed under your tape... not with frogtape! frogtape is the only painter's tape treated with patented paintblock technology. paintblock reacts with the water in latex paint to form a micro-barrier against paint bleed, giving you the sharpest lines possible. get professional results with frogtape... no messy lines, no paint bleed. for sharp lines every time, frog it! the last time the giants and
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a's had at least 50 wins before the all-star break was in 2014. the a's trying to even the bay bridge series after losing 7-1 on friday. it seems everyone wants to be at a-t and tee park marty
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mcfly and doc's time machine was hanging out in mccovey cove tonight game tied at two in the fourth austin slater with a pinch-hit single to left field steven duggar scores... giants up 3-2 still in the fourth... giants with two on brandon belt gets called out on strikes take another look at belt's check swing that would end the inning but belt still not agreeing with the call as he's walking back to the field he gets ejected for arguing with umpire he throws he glove and let's greg gibson have it top seven... a's known for their late game heroics mark canha pinch-hitting hits no- doubter off tony watson... two runs come in a's retake the lead 4-3 bottom nine... giants with two outs... two on a's all star closer blake treinen hangs on brandon crawford strikes out oakland wins 4-3 series is tied at one
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game 3 starts at one p-m sunday steph curry is not only a three-time n-b-a champion... he's a great golferwe head to lake tahoe for round 2 of the american century celebrity championship. the two-time m- v-p has one heck of a golf swing. we go to the eigth hole. approach shot for curry....looks like it's on target...it's got the distance and wow....look how close this show is to the hole. how bout it steph curry. that would set up this....a putt for birdie...he's got quite the under armor golf shoes on. he sinks the birdie shot.curry had a few great shots...we go to the 15th hole...hole...cl ose...closer...and in. and check out the curry shimmey. he is doing it on the links now. fans were loving that. curry had quite a few tough shots today. check this one out....someone should have yelled fourrrrr because currys got distance and he's got the
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water. he was tied for 19th today after finishing with a 79.that is sports ( marty ) live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)today looks to be pretty similar to saturday, then a modest warming trend appears in store for the first part of next week as high pressure
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aloft strengthens over california. monsoonal moisture looks to return later in the week. model solutions vary widely in the details, but opens the door to some possibility of high-based showers or thunderstorms for our area beginning around wednesday evening.
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happening today... thousands are expected at san franccisco's golden gate park for the 32nd annual aids walk. kron 4'as sara stinson joins us live at the event.. sara? golden gate park will host thousands today for the 32nd annual - aids walk san francisco. there will be a 10-k walk .... which starts and ends in golden gate park. actors from shows, such as 'n-c-i-s los angeles' and 'orange is the new black' .. will be at the opening ceremony. a post-walk show will be held at robin williams meadow. the walk is to support people living with hiv
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and aids.... this is video of a previous walk. since 1987, a-w-s-f has raised more than $90 million for a variety of bay area hiv/aids care head to our website kron-4-dot-com for information on how to sign up.
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( marty ) in national news -- the trump administration now says it has a plan to reunite migrant children and their parents separated at the southern border. still, more than 25-hundred kids are being held at various centers around the country. ( marty ) in the bay area -- the contra costa county sheriff announced this week that his office is cancelling it's contract with ice to house detainees at the county jail in richmond. immigration advocates are happy about the news. but they now fear that detainees will be transferred further away from their families. kron four's philippe djegal reports from richmond -- where families called for the release of their loved ones. (philippe)nats- "it's gone on far too long." anxious immigrant families cautiously await the fate of their loved ones held at the west county detention facility in richmond.
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tony bravo/advocate- "we want to free them all." fernando cabrillo stayed here for six months on an immigration hold until april when he says he won his case in court.fernando cabrillo/former detainee- "it was the worst six months of my life." he's been reunited with his wife and three kids. but there are still more than 160 undocumented adults being held at the facility... and the announcement this week by the contra costa county sheriff that his office has cancelled it contract with immigration and customs enforcement to house detainees here further complicates the matter. now families of detainees are wondering what's next. are their loved ones staying here going to be released? are the going to be transferred somewhere out of state? it's all up in the air.deborah lee/reverend- "and, some were already transferred this week." i-c-e has 120-days from tuesday until the contract is formally terminated. the closest ice detention facility is about 110-miles northeast of richmond in marysville california. anna tutckaia's (toot-sky-uh) husand alexey has been here for ten months. she says moving him elsewhere could cripple their family.anna
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tutckaia/wife of detainee- "i see my husband weekly here in the detention center -- it is through the glass. we cannot touch eachother. but at least we can see eachother. but currently, like if he's detained, i won't be able to visit him because i have two little kids. i don't have enough funds to go anywhere." deborah lee/reverend- "we see the announcement as a, as a partial victory, uh, and it will only be a complete victory when the people who are in here are home with their families." that means the detainees be released on bond... in richmond, philippe djegal, kron four news. coming up... the home featured in the t-v show "full house" has become a nuisance for some neighbors...we'll explain what they want the city to do about it. (ácommercialá) migraine with botox®.
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now... there is a renewed push to limit the number of picture snapping tourists. who have been flooding the lower pacific heights neighborhood. kron-4's maureen kelly reports the city is considering banning tour buses from driving on that block. a steady crowd of visitors come to snap selfies in front of the broderick street home. and pose with their familes on the same steps of the home of the fictional tanner clan...from both in the 90's hit show full house....and the now netflix reboot fuller house...the show's producer bought the house for a cool 4 million when it came on the market two years ago telling the hollywood reporter at the time that it was great to be able to preserve it for the fans....the tourists i talked to said it was an important stop on their trip.because we watched it all of our lives is one of those bucket list things you're gonna be in san francisco you got to see the tanner housebut those who live on the street say having so many nostaglia seekers stopping by is a nuisance.it's a nightmare for those who live here we get asked all the time why don't you move why do you live here ich doesn't seem
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reasonable i mean someone should be able to live here but but with thousands of visitors double park cars block driveway's tour buses it just gets out-of-control that's a lot of visitors for one block any day or weekend next week the sfmta board will consider banning tour buses like this one you see double parked from being able to drive on this one block. the full house fans i spoke to were sympathetic. we love the show we watch fuller house also but to live around it probably be like all right come on this is getting annoying now but the neighbor i talked to isn't sure a tour bus ban will keep the crowds away. i don't know if that's gonna help if they just push them one block in other directions i expected just going to inconvenience the people in the next box i'm not sure what it really do if the proposed tour bus band is passed on tuesday it could go into affect in about 4 to 6 weeks maureen kelly kron4 news ( marty )still ahead... if you want to enter this popular beach... it's going to cost you. a total of 100-dollars per year! people who live nearby... say its outrageous.. and needs to be free to the public.
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look at yosemite falls this morning... dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)today looks to be pretty similar to saturday, then a modest warming trend appears in store for the appears in store for the first part of next week as high pressure aloft strengthens over california. monsoonal moisture looks to return later in the week. model solutions vary widely in the details, but opens the door to some possibility of high-based showers or thunderstorms for our area beginning around
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wednesday evening. ( marty ) in the east bay...
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the fbi is asking for help to find a serial bank robber. officers call him the "faux badge" bandit. and he hit another bank friday in danville. these are pictures of the man they are looking for. the fbi is offering a five thousand dollar reward. ... and wants you to reach out if you
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recognize him or have any information about him. ( marty )a popular beach in santa cruz ... is currently under lock and key. if you'd like to use the beach... you'd have to pay a pretty hefty fee. reporter phil gomez has more. the coastal commission demanded that the neighborhood group start the permit process from scratch but the district fought back by withdrawing their participation in today's hearing. mark massara/attorney: "coastal staff turned to the notion to try invalidate 35 years of existing permits regarding management and infrastructure of the park " pat veesart/enforcement supervisor northern california district: "what happens now, is that everything that's out there remains unpermitted and we're not in the process to resolve it at this."the focus of this argument----a nine foot high fence, locked gate, and an annual fee of $100 for a keycard keeping the public from enjoying the beach. however, that fee goes toward the maintenance of the park it's been that way since the 1940's so far the district has made compromises including keeping the entrance open free to public access through the
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summer mark massara/attorney: "the district is proposing and right now is having the gate and the park accessible to the public for free all summer. what the district needs is some sort of viable fundraising" aaron peskin/coastal commissioner: "the vast majority of the funds that they raise every year actually go to keep a posted guard there to limit access so without that position that costs them $30,000 a year. the amount of money they would need to maintain the park would be much much less." the coastal commission says the gate and the fees go against the coastal act, which mandates all beaches on the california coast are open to the public. the opal cliffs recreation district is the only public agency in the state of california that charges a beach access fee and there's concern that could set a precedent pat veesart/enforcem ent supervisor northern california district: "precedent is definitely an issue! if this public agency charges a fee to access the beach other public agency's
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might think that's a good idea also" mark massara/attorney: "the only way, that this could establish a bad precedent is if other parks have 35 year old permits that have fees to maintain the park " for now, it appears to be a stalemate as both sides weigh their options including the possibility of litigation. ( marty ) that was phil gomez reporting. arguably the most controversial beach debate in california.... is over martin's beach... near half moon bay. the billionaire owner wants to restrict people from using a road located through his property... to beach. ( marty ) microsoft is asking the government to regulate facial recognition technology. in a blog post, microsoft president brad smith says regulation is necessary due to what he calls the technology's "potential for abuse". smith called on lawmakers to regulate the proper use of facial recognition technology. supporters say such technology improves safety for customers
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and companies, as well as helps police find suspects and missing children. but critics warn the technology can infringe on privacy and allow for illegal surveillance and monitoring. there are also concerns the software could lead to false identifications. ( marty ) twitter has suspended two accounts allegedly used by russian intelligence to spread hacked information during the 20-16 u-s election. the social media giant says the accounts for "guccifer two" and "d-c leaks" have been suspended. the move comes after 12 russian intelligence officers were indicted for allegedly hacking the computers and email accounts of democrats ... ... as well as releasing documents from those hacked accounts before the election. ( marty ) coming up... you only have one more day to head out to the annual flower piano event at golden gate park. we have the details on how to enjoy beautiful music in a lovely setting.
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escamilla of gilroy.. now has 7- figures in his bank account.. after buying some scratchers. the teenager admitted he doesn't play the lottery often, but when he and his father stopped for some gas, he decided to buy a scratcher card. he scanned the ticket with his cell phone on the calfornia lottery app and it read- "you're a winner! you have won one - million dollars!" ( marty ) only one more day left to find the music in san francisco's golden gate park. the annual flower piano event invites you to come out and listen to professional pianists perform in the beautiful surroundings of the san francisco botanical gardens. it starts today at nine, and runs all day. and the pianos are open to the public to play tommorow. ( marty ) we want to take you out to tajikistan for a moment... to meet... maria the camel. maria loves to eat and loves to pick winners during the world cup. the
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camel picked france to win its third world cup trophy. france takes on croatia in the final in moscow this morning. mia also picked france to beat uruguay in the quarterfinal and croatia over england in the semifinal. ( dave )cool and cloudy at the coast, still quite warm inland. putting your forecast together next ! (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) that's a mini-wheat. delicious. but it's more than that. 10 layers of crunchy wheat to fill you up on big days.
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look at the embarcadero. here in the kron 4 studios, it's sunday july 15th, 2018 ...good morning ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)today looks to be pretty similar to saturday, then a modest warming trend appears in store for the first part of next week as high pressure aloft strengthens over california. monsoonal moisture looks to return later in the week. model solutions vary widely in the details, but opens the door to some possibility of high-based showers or thunderstorms for our area beginning around wednesday evening.
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( marty )police are investigating a multi vechicle crash this morning in walnut creek.it happened around 3-30 this morning on interstate 6- 80... just south of north main street. at least 2 cars
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were involved in the crash... but according to a witness... atleast 10 vehicles were involved. one person was sent to a nearby hosptial. no word on that persons current condition. ( marty )also in the east bay, two people have been killed and one injured following a single-vehicle crash in alameda county. it happened on redwood road near the intersection of marciel road saturday night. thats near the upper san leandro reservior. the injured person was transported to a nearby hospital... no word on their condition this morning, nor the cause of the accident.. girls who were killed when the car she was driving plunged into a river, has reached a tentative plea agreement with prosecutors. 27-year-old alejandra hernandez pleaded no contest last month to two counts of felony gross vehicular manslaughter. a sonoma county superior court judge will review the terms of the agreement next month, and issue a sentence. hernandez's two daughters drowned in august of 20-16 -
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after her car crashed into the petaluma river. authorities say she had meth and marijuana in her system at the time. ( marty )in the north bay, police are searching for a man, accused of robbing two tourists at a convenience store. it happened thursday at val's liquors on third street in napa. a suspect waving a semi-auto handgun... entered the store and confronted the tourists. the gunman took their digital camera and selfie stick. he then pointed the gun at a store employee...and demanded his cell phone. the suspect ran off before police arrived. ( marty )a deadly fire is ravaging parts of the forest this morning near yosemite-- the ferguson fire is burning in mariposa county. so far it's charred one-thousand acres and is just 5-percent contained. no word on what caused the fire. ( marty )while trying to get a handle on the fire, the calfire fire team lost one of their own. cal fire says, braden varney was cutting a "fire break" with his bulldozer ... to prevent the
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fire from spreading when he was killed. ( marty ) the chief also says, varney was with calfire for almost 10 years. his father, who was also a cal-fire bulldozer operator, and just died of cancer. varney is survived by his mom, his wife , and two children aged 3 and 5 years old. he was 36 years old. ( marty ) and we have an update on the yolo county fire. that fire is now 100- percent contained. the fire started two weeks ago. cal fire says it burned just over 90-thousand acres. no one
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was injured, but 20 buildings were destroyed while three others were damaged. the cause of the fire was traced back to an improperly installed electric livestock fence in woodland. ( marty )it was a special day for one north bay family... that lost two homes due to wildfires last year. janet mondragon sent us these photos of their new home in santa rosa. mondragon and her family lost their home in the middletown fires in 20-15. then mondragon's mother lost her home in the santa rosa fires last year. saturday, the family held a party in celebration of their new home located in santa rosa. today is the soccer showdown in the world cup. it's the little country croatia versus the big power house france. kron 4s sara stinson joins us live now... from a watch party in san francisco. sara?
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thanks sara well check back with you in the next hour. ( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend news... a firefighter is recovering this morning... after being attacked by a pitbull while on the job. ( marty )plus... one sheriff's office says it's cancelling it's contract with i-c-e.
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we'll explain why. ( marty )and parents pushback... after a statewide rule requires kids to be vaccinated. we'll learn how some parents are finding a way around it.
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( marty )for your health this morning... two years after california tightened its school vaccination rules, an increasing number of parents who are opposed to the shots... are finding ways to avoid them. they are known as anti=vaxxers. they are turning to doctors to gain exemptions for their children. the result is that in some bay area kindergarten classes... the vaccination rate is less than 50 -percent. kron 4's catherine heenan has more. sfxsebastapol. petaluma, santa rosa, sausalito and berkeley. at these bay area schools, the percentage of kindergarteners with medical exemptions for vaccines ranges up to 58 percent.they are fueling a trend that has seen the number of medical exemptions
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statewide climb.sfx from under a thousand in 2013, they have quadrupled to more than four thousand last year.doctors say only about three percent of all children can't tolerate vaccines ... if they have a gelatin allergy, for example, or are in chemotherapy.and if more than ten percent are not immunized, they lose what is known as "herd protection"moo this graphic from the c=d=c shows that when only a few people are immunized ... they're the ones in yellow ... diseases spread easily from one individual to another. but if enough people are protected, the individual is isolated.and in cases of highly contagious diseases like measles ... as many as 95 percent of people need to be vaccinated. ( dave )cool and cloudy at the coast, still quite warm inland. putting your forecast together next !
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>> dr. stanley: remember this: cannot change the laws of god. when he has visited you in some form of adversity and he brings you through that, that's like he has increased the strength of the foundation of your life and your faith in him. [music] ( marty ) here's a live
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look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)today looks to be pretty similar to saturday, then a modest warming trend appears in store for the first part of next week as high pressure aloft strengthens over california. monsoonal moisture looks to return later in the week. model solutions
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vary widely in the details, but opens the door to some possibility of high-based showers or thunderstorms for our area beginning around wednesday evening.
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( marty )an east bay firefighter is recovering this morning... after being seriously injured on the job by a dog. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke to firefighters and has the story from san leandro. this is the pitbull firefighters say... attacked one of their own.it was around 10 saturday morning.. shortly
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after firefighters finished putting out a fire in this home.a woman who was rescued out of the window was sitting on this curb with a pitbull on a leash. the battalion chief was walking over to ask her questions about the fire.alan evans /division chief, alameda countyand as he approached, he was making sure that the job was subdued and it was okay to approach. she said yes. she started talking to as part of investigation to ask questions. and he was two to three feet away from the gal. for whatever reason, the dog jumped up and attacked out battalion chiefjohn whiting suffered major injuries to his face. and is being treated at stanford hospital.around 9:30 saturday morning.. fireifighters received a report about a house fire here on the 16-thousand block of maubert avenue... whiting and several others arrived to find multiple people in the home and twenty pitbulls. two of them died in the fire but they were able to save the rest. including this one.. that firefighters describe as male dominant.. which means he is the pack leader and the defender. he is the one they say.. turned on battalion chief john whiting.alan evans /division chief, alameda county you know going to talk to somebody and somebody had a dog, the dog was on a leash. we secured it. we make sure. we ask questions. you make sure it looks like the dog was on a leash. she just wasnt
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holding the leash taught. so when the dog went to go jump, it pulled her and pulled the leash. she wasn;t hoding it taught to make sure the dog wouldn't jump. this is another prime example of our first responders, firefighters, you know fighting fire is one danger and other circumstances that we encounter ( marty ) that was kron 4s hermela argawi reporting. all of the dogs are in animal control custody. the pitbull in question was quarantined... and the alameda county sherrifs department tell us they have initiated an animal neglect and cruelty investigation. ( marty )we're learning of a helicopter rescue in the delta. it happened after a woman's boat crashed in the delta. this is video from thursday afternoon. you can see the boat up on the rock levee near the franks tract state recreational area.
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officials say the woman became pinned inside the boat after the crash. a helicopter was dispatched to the scene just before one o'clock. the woman was then airlifted to an area hospital for treatment. her condition is unknown. no one else was injured. ( marty )still ahead on kron 4... the a's try to even the bay bridge series... and.. steph curry enjoys a round of golf at lake tahoe. j-r stone has the highlights .. next in sports. live look outside... richmond bridge
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mcfly and doc's time machine was hanging out in mccovey cove tonight game tied at two in the fourth austin slater with a pinch-hit single to left field steven duggar scores... giants up 3-2 still in the fourth... giants with two on brandon belt gets called out on strikes take another look at belt's check swing that would end the inning but belt still not agreeing with the call as he's walking back to the field he gets ejected for arguing with umpire he throws he glove and let's greg gibson have it top seven... a's known for their late game heroics mark canha pinch-hitting hits no-doubter off tony watson... two runs come in a's retake the lead 4-3 bottom nine... giants with two outs... two on a's all star closer blake treinen hangs on brandon crawford strikes out oakland wins 4-3 series is tied at one game 3 starts at one p-m
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sunday steph curry is not only a three-time n-b-a champion... he's a great golferwe head to lake tahoe for round 2 of the american century celebrity championship. the two-time m- v-p has one heck of a golf swing. we go to the eigth hole. approach shot for curry....looks like it's on target...it's got the distance and wow....look how close this show is to the hole. how bout it steph curry. that would set up this....a putt for birdie...he's got quite the under armor golf shoes on. he sinks the birdie shot.curry had a few great shots...we go to the 15th hole...hole...cl ose...closer...and in. and check out the curry shimmey. he is doing it on the links now. fans were loving that. curry had quite a few tough shots today. check this one out....someone should have yelled fourrrrr because currys got distance and he's got the water. he was tied for 19th today after finishing with a 79.that is sports
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in store for the first part of next week as high pressure aloft strengthens over california. monsoonal moisture looks to return later in the week. model solutions vary widely in the details, but opens the door to some possibility of high-based showers or thunderstorms for our area beginning around wednesday evening. ( marty )in world news...
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haiti's prime minister has resigned following violent and deadly protests in the caribbean country. prime minister jack guy lafontant turned in his resignation letter saturday. his move comes as haiti's parliament was planning to hold a vote of no confidence against him. he had been under fire for his controversial plan to raise gasoline, kerosene and diesel prices. the proposal sparked protests nationwide that left at least two people dead. ( marty ) in national news -- the trump administration now says it has a plan to reunite migrant children and their parents separated at the southern border. still, more than 25-hundred kids are being held at various centers around the country. ( marty ) in the bay area -- the contra costa county sheriff announced this week
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that his office is cancelling it's contract with ice to house detainees at the county jail in richmond. immigration advocates are happy about the news. but they now fear that detainees will be transferred further away from their families. kron four's philippe djegal reports from richmond -- where families called for the release of their loved ones. (philippe)nats- "it's gone on far too long." anxious immigrant families cautiously await the fate of their loved ones held at the west county detention facility in richmond. tony bravo/advocate- "we want to free them all." fernando cabrillo stayed here for six months on an immigration hold until april when he says he won his case in court.fernando cabrillo/former detainee- "it was the worst six months of my life." he's been reunited with his wife and three kids. but there are still more than 160 undocumented adults being held at the facility... and the announcement this week by the contra costa county sheriff that his office has cancelled it contract with immigration and customs enforcement to house detainees here further complicates the matter. now families of detainees are wondering what's next. are their loved ones staying here going to be released? are the going to be transferred somewhere out
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of state? it's all up in the air.deborah lee/reverend- "and, some were already transferred this week." i-c-e has 120-days from tuesday until the contract is formally terminated. the closest ice detention facility is about 110-miles northeast of richmond in marysville california. anna tutckaia's (toot-sky-uh) husand alexey has been here for ten months. she says moving him elsewhere could cripple their family.anna tutckaia/wife of detainee- "i see my husband weekly here in the detention center -- it is through the glass. we cannot touch eachother. but at least we can see eachother. but currently, like if he's detained, i won't be able to visit him because i have two little kids. i don't have enough funds to go anywhere." deborah lee/reverend- "we see the announcement as a, as a partial victory, uh, and it will only be a complete victory when the people who are in here are home with their families." that means the detainees be released on bond... in richmond, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) a deadly shooting in salinas.
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it happened friday in chinatown... just after five p-m. officers found the victim suffering from multiple gunshot wounds at bridge street and east lake street. the man died at the scene. police still don't know the motive of the shooting. ( marty ) police in emeryville arrested a man for having a fake gun. a officer pulled over 48 year old byan black, who was driving a car without a license plate friday night. during a probation search of his car, the officer found a fake firearm that was concealed in black's bag. the fake gun did not have the required orange tip attached. black was arrested for that and a probation violation. ( marty ) a popular mural of musician carlos santana was vandalized this weekend in san francisco's mission district. a lal non-profit went as far as calling it a hate crime...kron 4's ella
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sogomonian met the artist as he worked to restore his mural. sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "the artist mel waters has been here since noon. distrought by the vandalism he told me off camera he can't understand why someone would be so aggressive in ruining his gift to the community."(nats: shaking paint can)it's been an emotional afternoon for bay area artist mel waters... (nats: shaking paint can)for seven hours now he's poured his soul into restoring a mural he created four years ago...after a vandal poured white paint across the center of the piece...the face of latin musician carlos santana. sot: // "it gives the artist opportunity to reclaim himself and get him known out there by the publicity. but it's also a shame that 15 seconds can destroy something so beautifu"waters woke up to the disturbing news saturday morning after a picture of the desacrated mission district mural went viral. locals in the area were pained to see the work vandalized...some including the non profit 'our mission not eviction' took the act as a hate crime against the latino community. sot: gregory dillan, mission district resident// "it's really upsetting because it feels like we're in a time when kids are being put in cages. trump is over there in europe saying immigration is
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bad for the culture of our country... but the immigration of his wife is good."swaters said he spent countless hours on the details during the initial work back in 2014 which took him a month to complete. he says it will never be the same because it's nearly impossible to tap into the feelings he had at the time that led to the creation of this mission district staple now known across the bay area.sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "waters told me he plans to be out here into the night and back again tomorrow to do the best he can bring the piece as close as possible back to it's original state. in san franciso ella sogomonian kro n4 news." coming up... the home featured in the t-v show "full featured in the t-v show "full house" has become a nuisance for some neighbors...we'll explain what they want the city to do about it. live look outside... san mateo bridge.mateo bridge. just when you thought you were done painting...
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( marty ) it's the san francisco home made famous by the t-v show "full house." now... there is a renewed push to limit the number of picture snapping tourists. who have been flooding the lower pacific heights neighborhood. kron-4's maureen kelly reports the city is considering banning tour buses from driving on that block. a steady crowd of visitors come to snap selfies in front of the broderick street home. and pose with their familes on the same steps of the home of the fictional tanner clan...from both in the 90's hit show full house....and the now netflix reboot fuller house...the show's producer bought the house for a cool 4 million when it came on the market two years ago telling the hollywood reporter at the time that it was great to be able to preserve it for the fans....the tourists i talked to said it was an important
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stop on their trip.because we watched it all of our lives is one of those bucket list things you're gonna be in san francisco you got to see the tanner housebut those who live on the street say having so many nostaglia seekers stopping by is a nuisance.it's a nightmare for those who live here we get asked all the time why don't you move why do you live here which doesn't seem reasonable i mean someone should be able to live here but but with thousands of visitors double park cars block driveway's tour buses it just gets out-of-control that's a lot of visitors for one block any day or weekend next week the coming up after the break... some talented bay area kids are hosting a free concert... and you don't want to miss it. we tell you all about it next... after the break.the break.next... after all about
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disturbing up to the waters woke beautiful."something so destroy seconds can shame that 15 but it's also a by the publicity. known out there and get him reclaim himself opportunity to the artist sot: // "it gives santana. carlos musician of latin piece...the face center of the across the white paint vandal poured ago...after a years created four mural he restoring a soul into he's poured his hours now for seven paint can)(nats: shaking mel waters...bay area artist afternoon for emotional it's been an paint can)(nats: shaking community."to the ruining his gift aggressive in would be so why someone understand (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (dave)today looks to be pretty similar to saturday, then a modest warming trend appears in store for the first part of next week as high pressure aloft strengthens over california. monsoonal
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moisture looks to return later in the week. model solutions vary widely in the details, but opens the door to some possibility of high-based showers or thunderstorms for our area beginning around wednesday evening. evening. wednesday around beginning around wednesday
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evening. < :10 seconds nats of singing> ( marty ) ( marty )you're listening to talented young bay area children singing a piece by mozart. they are members of the young musicians young musicians choral orchestra. (2-shot)joining me this morning is exective directior, exective directior, daisy
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newman... to share with us more about the choir, and some free concerts that they have going on this summer. the young the young musicians choral orchestra is a non-profit which helps to fill the enormous gap left by the lack of music training available in public schools.. the children learn classical, jazz, and r and b .. with instrumental and vocal training..the group has served more than 3000 low income / underserved children ages 8-to 18 since its inception .. and is funded entirely by donations... the program provides year round private music lessons ... instruments .. tutors for music and academics.. college counseling and more.. ymco is having a two day series of free performances to close out the summer season thursday july 19 and friday july 20 at 1 pm, montera middle school, 5555 ascot drive, 5555 ascot middle school, 5555 ascot drive, oakland.ymco's executive director would be happy to come and be interviewed and she can bring some of the children to
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perform and talk about the value the program gives their lives.. these are children who would not otherwise have music training.. website - www.youngmusiciansco.org ( marty ) again... ymco is ( marty )
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( marty )( marty ) again... ymco is having a two day series of áfree performances to close out the summer season. happening thursday on july 19th... and friday july 20 at 1 pm at montera middle school, 5555 ascot drive, in oakland. (ácommercialá)
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find the music in san francisco's golden gate park. the annual flower piano event invites you to come out and listen to professional pianists perform in the beautiful surroundings of the san francisco botanical gardens. it starts today at nine, and runs all day. and the pianos are open to the public to play tommorow. ( marty ) we want to we want to take you out to tajikistan for a moment... to meet... maria the camel. maria loves to eat and loves to pick winners during the world cup. the camel picked france to win its third world cup trophy. france takes on croatia in the final in moscow this morning.
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maria also picked france to beat uruguay in the quarterfinal and croatia over england in the semifinal. ( dave )cool and cloudy at the coast, still quite warm inland. putting your forecast together next ! (sara)coming up in the next hour... fans are pumped up for today's world cup. i'll have the details in a live report.
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( marty ) here is a live look at the here is a live ( marty )( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. here in the kron 4 studios, it's sunday july 15th, 2018 ...good morning
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( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)today looks to be pretty similar to saturday, then a modest warming trend appears in store for the first part of next week as high pressure aloft strengthens over california. monsoonal moisture looks to return later in the week. model solutions vary widely in the details, but opens the door to some possibility of high-based showers or thunderstorms for our area beginning around wednesday evening.
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( marty ) police are investigating a multi vechicle investigating a multi vechicle crash this morning in walnut creek.it happened around 3-30 this morning on interstate 6-80... just south of north main street. at least 2 cars were involved in the crash... but according to a witness... atleast 10 vehicles were involved. three people were sent to a nearby hosptial. no word on that persons current condition. ( marty )also in the east bay, two people have been killed and one injured following a single-vehicle crash in alameda county. it happened on redwood road near the intersection of marciel road saturday night. thats near the upper san leandro reservior. the injured person was transported to a
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nearby hospital... no word on their condition this morning, nor the cause of the accident.. ( marty )the mother of two girls who were killed when the car she was driving plunged into a river, has reached a tentative plea agreement with prosecutors. 27-year-old alejandra hernandez pleaded no contest last month to two counts of felony gross vehicular manslaughter. a sonoma county superior court judge will review the terms of the agreement next month, and issue a sentence. hernandez's two daughters drowned in august of 20-16 - after her car crashed into the petaluma river. authorities say she had meth and marijuana in her system at the time. ( marty )in the north bay, police are searching for a man, accused of robbing two tourists at a convenience store. it happened thursday at val's liquors on third street in napa. a suspect waving a semi-auto handgun... entered the store and confronted the tourists. the gunman took their digital camera and selfie stick. he then pointed the gun at a store employee...and
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demanded his cell phone. the suspect ran off before police arrived. ( marty )a deadly fire is ravaging parts of the forest this morning near yosemite-- the ferguson fire is burning in mariposa county. so far it's charred one-thousand acres and is just 5-percent contained. no word on what caused the fire. ( marty )while trying to get a handle on the fire, the calfire fire team lost one of their own. cal fire says, braden varney was cutting a "fire break" with his bulldozer ... to prevent the fire from spreading when he was killed. ( marty )( marty )( marty )( marty ) the chief also says, varney was with calfire for
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almost 10 years. his father, who was also a cal-fire bulldozer operator, and just died of cancer. varney is survived by his mom, his wife , and two children aged 3 and 5 years old. he was 36 years old. ( marty ) and we have an update on the yolo county fire. that fire is now 100- percent contained. the fire started two weeks ago. cal fire says it burned just over 90-thousand acres. no one was injured, but 20 buildings were destroyed while three others were damaged. the cause of the fire was traced back to an improperly installed electric livestock fence in woodland. it was a special day for one north bay day for one it was a special day for one north bay family... that lost two homes due to wildfires last year. janet mondragon sent us these photos of their new home in santa rosa. mondragon and her family lost their home in the middletown fires in 20-15. then mondragon's mother lost her home in the
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santa rosa fires last year. saturday, the family held a party in celebration of their new home located in santa rosa. today is the soccer showdown in the world cup. it's the little country croatia versus the big power house france. kron 4s sara stinson joins us live now... from a watch party in san francisco. sara? thanks sara well check back with you in the next hour. ( marty ) coming up on the kron 4 coming
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up on the kron 4 weekend news... a firefighter is recovering this morning... after being attacked by a pitbull while on the job. ( marty )plus... one sheriff's office says it's cancelling it's contract with cancelling it's contract with i-c-e. we'll explain why. ( marty )and parents pushback... after a statewide rule requires kids to be vaccinated. we'll learn how some parents are finding a way around it.
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( marty )coming up on the kron 4 weekend ( marty ) on the job.pitbull while attacked by a on the job.on the job.on the job.pitbull while sfxsebastapol. petaluma, santa rosa, sausalito and berkeley.at these bay the
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percentage kindergartener exemptions for vaccines ranges up to 58 percent.ranges up to 58 percent.they are fueling a trend that has seen the number of medical exemptions statewide climb.sfx from under a thousand in 2013, they have quadrupled to more than four thousand last year.doctors say only abo three percent of all children can't tolerate vaccines ... if they have a gelatin allergy, for example, or are in chemotherapy.and if more than ten percent are not immunized, they lose what is known as "herd protection"moo this graphic c=d=c shows that when only a few people are immunized ... they're the ones in yellow ... diseases spread easily ... diseases ones in yellow they're the ones in yellow ... diseases spread easily from one individual to another. but if enough people are protected, the individual
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is isolated.and in cases of highly contagious diseases like measles ... as many as 95 percent of people need to be vaccinated. ( dave )cool and cloudy at the coast, still quite warm inland. putting your forecast together next !
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(dave) today looks to be pretty similar to saturday, then a modest warming trend
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appears in store for the first part of next week as high pressure aloft strengthens over california. monsoonal moisture looks to return later in the week. model solutions vary widely in the details, but opens the door to some possibility of high-based showers or thunderstorms for our area beginning around wednesday evening.
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( marty ) an east bay firefighter is recovering this morning... after being seriously injured on the job by a dog. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke to firefighters and has the story from san leandro. this is the pitbull firefighters say... attacked one of their own.it was around 10 saturday morning.. shortly
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after firefighters finished putting out a fire in this home.a woman who was rescued out of the window was sitting on this curb with a pitbull on a leash. the battalion chief was walking over to ask her questions about the fire.alan evans /division chief, alameda countyand as he approached, he was making sure that the job was subdued and it was okay to approach. she said yes. she started talking to as part of investigation to ask questions. and he was two to three feet away from the gal. for whatever reason, the dog jumped up and attacked out battalion chiefjohn whiting suffered major injuries to his face. and is being treated at stanford hospital.around 9:30 saturday morning.. fireifighters received a report about a house fire here on the 16-thousand block of maubert avenue... whiting and several others arrived to find multiple people in the home and twenty pitbulls. two of them died in the fire but they were able to save the rest. including this one.. that firefighters describe as male
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dominant.. which means he is the pack leader and the defender. he is the one they say.. turned on battalion chief john whiting.alan evans /division chief, alameda county you know going to talk to somebody and somebody had a dog, the dog was on a leash. we secured it. we make sure. we ask questions. you make sure it looks like the dog was on a leash. she just wasnt holding the leash taught. so when the dog went to go jump, it pulled her and pulled the leash. she wasn;t hoding it taught to make sure the dog wouldn't jump. this is another prime example of our first responders, firefighters, you know fighting fire is one danger and other circumstances that we encounter ( marty )that was kron 4s hermela argawi reporting. all of the dogs are in animal control custody. the pitbull in question was quarantined... and the alameda county sherrifs department tell us they have initiated an animal neglect and cruelty investigation. ( marty )we're learning of a helicopter rescue in the delta. it happened after a
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woman's boat crashed in the delta. this is video from thursday afternoon. you can see the boat up on the rock levee near the franks tract state recreational area. officials say the woman became pinned inside the boat after the crash. a helicopter was dispatched to the scene just before one o'clock. the woman was then airlifted to an area hospital for treatment. her condition is unknown. no one else was injured. ( marty )also in the eastbay, a small dog is recovering this morning after it was attacked by a coyote. it happened in the owners backyard in alamo. kron4's michelle kingston has the story. (mk)this is lucy -- a nine year old jack russell terrier who is lucky to be alivekent molinaro, lucy's dad"i just threw open the glass door and screamed really loud"her dad let her outside their alamo oaks home first thing in the morning and before he knew it ... lucy was in a coyote's mouthkent molinaro, lucy's dad "i didn't know when i threw open the door and yelled if she was dead or alive"the
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coyote ran off and left lucy bleeding around her neck ... this is a photo a neighbor took of the coyote possibly in question ... lucy is now recovering from surgery and wearing a red bandana to hide her woundskent molinaro, lucy's dad"i knew right away that's a coyote"unfortunately -- lucy's dad is familiar with these attacks ...neighbors have had six in the past month ...one of the deadly ones was lucy's brother enzo ... who disappeared and was found five days later in a neighbor's yard -- his body partially eatenkent molinaro, lucy's dad "we've been here 22 years and we've never had a problem. we've had dogs before these two and never a problem."the molinaro family sees coyotes around their home often -- these are videos they've taken of them before ...but they say the one who grabbed lucy was different -- dark in color and much larger than the ones they typically seekent molinaro, lucy's dad"i can't see us letting her out here though knowing that that animal is out there.."
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( marty )still ahead on kron 4... the a's try to even the bay bridge series... and.. steph curry enjoys a round of golf at lake tahoe. j-r stone has the highlights .. next in sports. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)
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the last time the giants and a's had at least 50 wins before the all-star break was in 2014. the a's trying to even the bay bridge series after losing 7-1 on friday. it seems everyone wants to be at a-t and tee park marty mcfly and doc's time machine was hanging out in mccovey cove tonight game tied at two in the fourth austin slater with a pinch-hit single to left field steven
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duggar scores... giants up 3-2 still in the fourth... giants with two on brandon belt gets called out on strikes take another look at belt's check swing that would end the inning but belt still not agreeing with the call as he's walking back to the field he gets ejected for arguing with umpire he throws he glove and let's greg gibson have it top seven... a's known for their late game heroics mark canha pinch-hitting hits no-doubter off tony watson... two runs come in a's retake the lead 4-3 bottom nine... giants with two outs... two on a's all star closer blake treinen hangs on brandon crawford strikes out oakland wins 4-3 series is tied at one game 3 starts at one p-m sunday steph curry is not only a three-time n-b-a champion... he's a great golferwe head to
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lake tahoe for round 2 of the american century celebrity championship. the two-time m- v-p has one heck of a golf swing. we go to the eigth hole. approach shot for curry....looks like it's on target...it's got the distance and wow....look how close this show is to the hole. how bout it steph curry. that would set up this....a putt for birdie...he's got quite the under armor golf shoes on. he sinks the birdie shot.curry had a few great shots...we go to the 15th hole...hole...cl ose...closer...and in. and check out the curry shimmey. he is doing it on the links now. fans were loving that. curry had quite a few tough shots today. check this one out....someone should have yelled fourrrrr because currys got distance and he's got the water. he was tied for 19th today after finishing with a 79.that is sports ( marty ) live look
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outside... golden gate bridge.. (ácommercialá)(ácommercialá) ( marty ) here's a live
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look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)today looks to be pretty similar to saturday, then a modest warming trend appears in store for the first part of next week as high pressure aloft strengthens over california. monsoonal moisture looks to return later in the week. model solutions
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vary widely in the details, but opens the door to some possibility of high-based showers or thunderstorms for our area beginning around wednesday evening. -- the trump administration now says it has a plan to reunite migrant children and their parents separated at the southern border. still, more than 25-hundred kids are being held at various centers around the country.
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( marty ) in the bay area -- the contra costa county sheriff announced this week that his office is cancelling it's contract with ice to house detainees at the county jail in richmond. immigration advocates are happy about the news. but they now fear that detainees will be transferred further away from their families. kron four's philippe djegal reports from richmond -- where families called for the release of their loved ones. (philippe)nats- "it's gone on far too long." anxious immigrant families cautiously await the fate of their loved ones held at the west county detention facility in richmond. tony bravo/advocate- "we want to free them all." fernando cabrillo stayed here for six months on an immigration hold until april when he says he won his case in court.fernando cabrillo/former detainee- "it was the worst six months of my life." he's been reunited with his wife and three kids. but there are still more than 160 undocumented adults being held at the facility... and the announcement this week by the contra costa county sheriff that his office has cancelled it contract with immigration and customs
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enforcement to house detainees here further complicates the matter. now families of detainees are wondering what's next. are their loved ones staying here going to be released? are the going to be transferred somewhere out of state? it's all up in the air.deborah lee/reverend- "and, some were already transferred this week." i-c-e has 120-days from tuesday until the contract is formally terminated. the closest ice detention facility is about 110-miles northeast of richmond in marysville california. anna tutckaia's (toot-sky-uh) husand alexey has been here for ten months. she says moving him elsewhere could cripple their family.anna tutckaia/wife of detainee- "i see my husband weekly here in the detention center -- it is through the glass. we cannot touch eachother. but at least we can see eachother. but currently, like if he's detained, i won't be able to visit him because i have two little kids. i don't have enough funds to go anywhere." deborah lee/reverend- "we see the announcement as a, as a partial victory, uh, and it will only be a complete victory when the people who are in here are home with
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their families." that means the detainees be released on bond... in richmond, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) police are investigating a deadly shooting in salinas. it happened friday in chinatown... just after five p-m. officers found the victim suffering from multiple gunshot wounds at bridge street and east lake street. the man died at the scene. police still don't know the motive of the shooting. ( marty ) police in emeryville arrested a man for having a fake gun. a officer pulled over 48 year old byan black, who was driving a car without a license plate friday night. during a probation search of his car, the officer found a fake firearm that was concealed in black's bag. the fake gun did not have the required orange tip attached. black was arrested for that and a probation violation. ( marty ) a popular mural of musician carlos santana was vandalized this weekend in san francisco's mission district. a local non-profit went as far as calling it a hate
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crime...kron 4's ella sogomonian met the artist as he worked to restore his mural. sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "the artist mel waters has been here since noon. distrought by the vandalism he told me off camera he can't understand why someone would be so aggressive in ruining his gift to the community."(nats: shaking paint can)it's been an emotional afternoon for bay area artist mel waters... (nats: shaking paint can)for seven hours now he's poured his soul into restoring a mural he created four years ago...after a vandal poured white paint across the center of the piece...the face of latin musician carlos santana. sot: // "it gives the artist opportunity to reclaim himself and get him known out there by the publicity. but it's also a shame that 15 seconds can destroy something so beautiful."waters woke up to the disturbing news saturday morning after a picture of the desacrated mission district mural went viral. locals in the area were pained to see the work vandalized...some including the non profit 'our mission not eviction' took the act as a hate crime against the latino community. sot: gregory dillan, mission district resident// "it's really upsetting because it feels like we're in a time
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when kids are being put in cages. trump is over there in europe saying immigration is bad for the culture of our country... but the immigration of his wife is good."swaters said he spent countless hours on the details during the initial work back in 2014 which took him a month to complete. he says it will never be the same because it's nearly impossible to tap into the feelings he had at the time that led to the creation of this mission district staple now known across the bay area.sot: ella sogomonian, @ellasogomonian// "waters told me he plans to be out here into the night and back again tomorrow to do the best he can bring the piece as close as possible back to it's original state. in san franciso ella sogomonian kro n4 news." coming up... the home featured in the t-v show "full house" has become a nuisance for some neighbors...we'll explain what they want the city to do about it. (ácommercialá) it's the san
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francisco home made famous by the t-v show "full house." now... there is a renewed push to limit the number of picture snapping tourists. who have been flooding the lower
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pacific heights neighborhood. kron-4's maureen kelly reports the city is considering banning tour buses from driving on that block. a steady crowd of visitors come to snap selfies in front of the broderick street home. and pose with their familes on the same steps of the home of the fictional tanner clan...from both in the 90's hit show full house....and the now netflix reboot fuller house...the show's producer bought the house for a cool 4 million when it came on the market two years ago telling the hollywood reporter at the time that it was great to be able to preserve it for the fans....the tourists i talked to said it was an important stop on their trip.because we watched it all of our lives is one of those bucket list things you're gonna be in san francisco you got to see the tanner housebut those who live on the street say having so many nostaglia seekers stopping by is a nuisance.it's a nightmare for those who live here we get asked all the time why don't you move why do you live here which doesn't seem reasonable i mean someone should be able to live here but but with thousands of visitors double park cars block driveway's tour buses it just gets out-of-control that's a lot of visitors for one block any day or weekend
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next week the sfmta board will consider banning tour buses like this one you see double parked from being able to drive on this one block. the full house fans i spoke to were sympathetic. we love the show we watch fuller house also but to live around it probably be like all right come on this is getting annoying now but the neighbor i talked to isn't sure a tour bus ban will keep the crowds away. i don't know if that's gonna help if they just push them one block in other directions i expected just going to inconvenience the people in the next box i'm not sure what it really do if the proposed tour bus band is passed on tuesday it could go into affect in about 4 to 6 weeks maureen kelly kron4 news coming up on the kron 4 morning news... the soccer world cup is wrapping up in russia. but theres another world cup set to kick off in san francisco. what fans can expect for the big weekend... after the break. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) the employee of the year, anna.
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similar to saturday, then a modest warming trend appears in store for the first part of next week as high pressure aloft strengthens over california. monsoonal moisture looks to return later in the week. model solutions vary widely in the details, but opens the door to some possibility of high-based showers or thunderstorms for our area beginning around wednesday evening.
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( marty )with the soccer world cup ending this morning. there is another world cup set to kick off... and the bay area will be it's home. i'm talking about the rugby world cup sevens, which starts later this week at a-t and t park.(2-shot)joining me to talk about the world cup is general manager rosie spaulding. rosie, i've hear the rugby cup sevens hear the rugby cup sevens described as bay to breakers meets carnival. usa rugby fans pic of fans from fiji the san from fijipic of fans fansusa rugby usa rugby fans fansusa rugby fans
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pic of fans from fiji the san francisco bay area will host rugby world cup sevens this july 20-22, the first time a rugby world cup will be played on american soil. the premier stand-alone in international rugby sevens competition, rugby world cup sevens is bringing
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fans together from around the globe and the region alike to celebrate one of the biggest sporting events in the world. over the course of three days, country pride will be running high. with just seven minutes per half and seven players on the pitch, the tournament's knockout match play means both high stakes and high displays of athleticism. this is the first time knockout-style play will be seen in a rugby world cup. at&t park in san francisco will play host to the event, which will feature the best teams from around the globe, with 24 men's and 16
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women's teams in the hunt for the trophy. competing nations will include argentina, australia, brazil, canada, chile, china, england, fiji, france, hong kong, ireland, jamaica, japan, kenya, mexico, new zealand, papua new guinea, russia, samoa, scotland, south africa, spain, tonga, uganda, uruguay, united states of america, wales and zimbabwe. rugby world cup sevens 2018 will also be broadcast around the globe, and in the united states on the nbc sports network. organizers look to leave a legacy that extends beyond the stadium walls through usa rugby's impact beyond initiative. in partnership with play rugby
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usa, usa rugby academies and playworks northern california, impact beyond will be made available to schools, nonprofits and after-school programs across the bay area through lesson plans, and a series of events and tournaments. the curriculum strives to educate in three areas inclusion, cultural appreciation and the skills of rugby and is available at usarugby.org/impact-beyond. more than 80 bay area schools are participating in impact beyond, which will reach 20,000+ children by the time the tournament kicks off in july. ( marty )the the tournament will kickoff with a free welcome ceremony on july 19th. it starts at 5:00 p.m. on justin herman plaza along the
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embarcadero near san francisco's market street. the welcome ceremony will feature the men and women of the 40 competing teams. the event will begin with a special performance by a cast steve silvers beach blanket babylon, and a performance from a cantonese opera act. opera act. cantonese ♪ ♪ legendary jockey víctor espinoza
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thousands today for the 32nd annual - aids walk san francisco. there will be a 10-k walk .... which starts and ends in golden gate park. actors from shows, such as 'n-c-i-s los angeles' and 'orange is the new black' .. will be at the opening ceremony. a post-walk show will be held at robin williams meadow. the walk is to support people living with hiv and aids.... this is video of a previous walk. since 1987, a-w-s-f has raised more than $90 million for a variety of bay area hiv/aids care head to our website kron-4-dot-com for information on how to sign up. we have a crew on the way to the park for a live update in just a few minutes.
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( marty ) only one more day left to find the music in san francisco's golden gate park. the annual flower piano event invites you to come out and listen to professional pianists perform in the beautiful surroundings of the san francisco botanical gardens. it starts today at nine, and runs all day. and the pianos are open to the public to play tommorow. ( marty ) 19-year-old giovanni escamilla of gilroy.. now has 7- figures in his bank account.. after buying some scratchers. the teenager admitted he doesn't play the lottery often, but when he and his father stopped for some gas, he decided to buy a scratcher card. he scanned the ticket with his cell phone on the calfornia lottery app and it read- "you're a winner! you have won one - million dollars!" ( marty ) we want to take you out to tajikistan for a moment... to meet... maria the camel. maria loves to eat and loves to pick winners during the world cup. the
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camel picked france to win its third world cup trophy. france takes on croatia in the final in moscow this morning. maria also picked france to beat uruguay in the quarterfinal and croatia over england in the semifinal. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning
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[music] >> joel osteen: well, god bless you. it's a joy to come into your homes, and if you're ever in our area please stop by and be a part of one of the services. i promise you we'll make you feel right at home. i like to start with something funny, and i heard about these three pastors that were in a boat fishing together one day and one of them said, "we never get to let our hair down. let's each tell the area that we struggle in the most so we can pray for each other." first one said, "i hate to admit this but i have a problem with gambling. i sneak out a lo

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