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(grant) 17 people (grant) 17 people are dead after an amphibious tour bout capsized and sank on table rock lake near branson, missouri last night....as a powerful thunderstorm turned the lake into an angry sea. im grant lodes. (vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis. camila bernal is in branson, missouri with the very latest on those who are demanding answers. authorities have confirmed that 17 of the 31 passengers on the "ride the ducks" amphibious tour boat that capsized and sank on tabl rock lake near branson, missouri, thursday evening are dead.sheriff doug rader / stone county missouri: it's been a long night and been a very trying night and please, keep all of our families involved and all of our first responder personnel in your thoughts and prayers. it was just before 7 p.m. local time thursday when a massive storm
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hit the area, spawning 60 mile per hour wind gusts and strong waves.video of the incident shows two duck boats on the water when the storm hit. one docked safely. the other sank as people watched helplessly from shore.(mos) oh no, somebody needs to help them...oh my gosh.within minutes first responders were mobilizedvoice of dispatcher: a duck has capsized. approximately 30 individuals in the water. voice of dispatcher: western base make sure (tta) brings an ambulance right to the show boat, we have injuries, uh, possible cpr in progress and there's a couple of pontoons getting people out of that water.the victims range in age from one to seventy years old, according to the sheriff, and include driver robert williams. missouri governor mike parson is determined to find answers. gov. mike parson / missouri: we as a state will do everything within my powers to make sure that they all have the resources here they need to come to a conclusion on this incident, and to finish with the this tragedy.in branson, missouri, i'm camila bernal reporting.
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quack quack(grant) the same company offered ride the duck tours san francisco.the rides ended in 2015, not because of safety concerns, but because they weren't making enough money.the ducks are converted from landing craft dating back to world war two.(vicki)the last two decades have seen a string of accidents, some of them deadly. our justine waldman is here with that perspective.justine? (justine) the branson tragedy is just the latest in a string of deadly incidents that have taken dozens of lives. the first happened nearly 20 years ago in arkansas. in 1999, one of the ducks sprung a leak on a lake near hot springs,thirteen of the 21 people on board died, including three children.the ntsb says they wwere trappened by the vehicle's canopy.natin 2010, stunned tourists are
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pulled from the delaware river after a stalled duck boat is run down by a barge.two tourists from hungary were killed.the barge operator admitted he was distracted by his laptop and cell phone. three years later ... more tourists in the water.a london duck boat burst into flames on the river thames .. forcing all 28 people on board to swim for safety.there were no serious injuries.natthen three years ago ... another deadly mishap ... a duck boat driver careened into oncoming traffic on a seattle bridge.he crashed into a charter bus filled with students from overseas.five of them were killed. (justine) at least two people have been run down and killed by duck boats on city streets: a pedestrian in philadelphia in 2015. and a 29 year old woman on a scooter in boston the next year.vicki and grant? (vicki) as we mentioned, duck boats have been gone from san francisco for several years. in fact the type of vessel most people in the bay ride is not anything like a duck... of course we're speaking of our ferry system.
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(grant) but the recent duck boat incident is bringing up concerns about boat safety in the bay. tonight kron 4's dan kerman takes a look at safety systems aboard ferry boats. he joins us live from the ferry building(dual) (dan) the san francisco bay ferry operates 13 boats on the bay, some taking as many as 400 passengers... but these vessels have strict opearational requirementssot keith stahnke/sf bay ferry-weta 09-19keith stahnke showed us the safety equipment that is standards on san francisco bay ferryssotbut stahnke says being safe is more than just equipment.. it's knowing when to weather conditions might cancel a trip. sotbut that doesn't happen very often... in fact they might cancel only one or two service trips a year... a year (dan)
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telegraph hill neighbors have filed a lawsuit trying to stop the reopening of the historic julius' castle.kron4's maureen kelly talked to people on all sides of the legal battle. after being closed for 10 years....the historic restaurant perched high on telegraph hill had been inching closer to reopening.....until this new legal setback. the planning commission allowed the new owner of nearly 100 year old hot spot an exemption so he could skip getting an enviromental review....that move brought a lawsuit against the city from a neighborhood
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group called the friends of montgomery street..alledgiing the granting that exemption violated the california environmental quality act.one of those neighbors behind the suit told me by phone that he thinks city officials helping this restauarnt reopen are more motivated by nostalgia than what's right..he for one does not look back on when julius' castle was open as the good old days.there was a tremendous amount of traffic going back hundreds of cars a day trucks coming earlier in the morning and then noise up until around midnight. now the restaurant was already there what was open in the 1920s or something it goes way back. when it was open there was no such thing as an environmental impact report, the california environmental quality act which regulates all these things had not yet been passed had anyone tried to open a restaurant from scratch given the present legal situation it would never get approvedthe new owner, who says it's taken six years and millions of dollars to get the restaurant ready to once again says he has no plans to give up.i've had literally hundreds of people people talk about having a prom hear their first date here there for his job interview it's endless every time i meet people who are all-time san francisco they have some special memory here and i want to keep that alivea spokesperson for the city attorney calls the lawsuit baseless and a classic case of nimbyism....a hearing is set for november...the new owner says he plans have julius's castle back open sometime this year.maureen kelly kron4 news
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(vicki) (vicki) the "ferguson fire" continues to grow... just west of yosemite. nearly 23-thousand acres have burned. and the fire is only 7-peent contained. (grant) highway 140 is closed... west of midpines, before "el portal". and many are under a mandatory evacuation. connie tran joins live from "mariposa"... connie... how is the fire affecting tourism to those mountain towns? (connie)speaking to some hotels here in "mariposa"... they tell me many tourists are trying to cancel their reservations for this weekend. people don't want to deal with the awful air quality...and road closures.meanwhile... firefighters are working around the clock to try to get a hold of this fire.
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(nat pop of fire)though the "ferguson fire" is dozens of miles away...from the "mariposa lodge" hotel... employee "jessee brownell" says it's still affecting their business. (14:41) this is our busiest season; it is the height of our season; summerbrownell welcomed some tourists in...on friday...(nat of jessee at front desk)but most of her day has been spent on the phone... (14:01) we've been getting just most questions on hows the air quality up here and if they can cancel their reservation and really we've been trying to stay away from cancellations because we're not really affected; you can still come here we're still open for youthis ferguson fire continues to grown in the mountains...west of yosemite national park.fire information officer "jacob welsh"...says fire crews have a lot against them... (00:43) a lot of standing dead trees which when they ignite they fall and pose they serious risks to firefighters; we also have a lot of steep slopes and inacccesible terrain that we're dealing with welsh says the triple digit heat doesn't help either...the
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weather... only contributing to the rapid speed of spread. (01:37) highway 140; that whole corridor is it's closed; and they're working on securing that; that's the north flank of the fire the "el portal" trailer court is under a mandatory evacuation...and welsh fears the blaze will grow through the weekend. (15:06) the firefighters know what they're doing they're very comfortable with what they do; and they'll get it done; they'll get it out (connie) (anchor1) taking a live look outside-- our sutro camera looking at the golden gate bridge. (anchor 2)(anchor
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2) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was another nice day with slightly cooler temeratures. highs today were still in the 80s and low 90s inland with patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring more clouds into the bay. monsoonal clouds will also continue to move through over the next couple of days. it was another active day across the sierra with dozens of lightning strikes. on the satellite you can see as high pressure moves east we begin to cool slightly. highs tomorrow will be in the upper 80s to low 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and patchy fog at the coast. we'll see more suinshine on sunday. high pressure will then build back in to the bay ares to bring another round of hot temperatures next week.
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(vicki) a funeral for a young boy brings friends and family together. we hear about his fight to stop bullying at his school. (grant) a coach arrested in his brand new masareti...his alleged victim...a 17 year old girl...in there with him. his former employer is now speaking out about his alleged molestation charge. (vlv)a new doggy day care in planning on opening up in san ramon. but neighbors tell us why they don't want that kind of service in their community.
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ramon want to press pause on plans to bring a doggy day care service into their community.(grant) people against it say the business will disrupt traffic and potentially cause sanitation issues. kron four's philippe djegal shows us the proposed site. (philippe)no name/neighbor- "so, this is where i live -- this building. and, here is the dog daycare gonna be. you can see it's very close by." and, this neighbor isn't thrilled about the prospect of camp bow wow moving in.no name neighbor- "the dogs, they gonna have all bugs, other flees. you know, i'm also worried because we, you know, we live so close." camp bow wow is a dog service company that stays open 24- hours a day, seven-days a week. no name neighbor- "they bark and they cannot control
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themselves." the company already has facilities in concord and livermore. in april, the business applied for a minor-use permit for this building on alcosta boulevard in san ramon. thursday, the city zoning administrator held a hearing open to the public where several neighbors, like this woman, living in the condos next door -- voiced concerns about the business potentially moving in. the city staff report on the application says the building could house up to 125 dogs at a time. with services including overnight boarding, day care, grooming and training.no name neighbor- "the smell is definitely another thing that i concerned." the staff report says the dogs would stay inside at all times with the exception of a fenced outdoor area in the back. t-c cagle lives in the same condo complex and supports the business moving in.tc cagle/neighbor- "the funny thing about them disrupting our lives, we live next to a commercial lot. we knew that risk when we moved here. so, if you didn't want to live next to a commercial property, you shouldn't have moved here. that's the way i look at it."
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community development director for the city of san ramon, debbie chamberlain says public comments will continue to be heard on this application.debbie chamberlain/administrator- "as part of the public hearing process, um, whatever decision is made, that decision is appealable to the planning commission and ultimately to the city council also." the next public meeting is scheduled for august 16th. in san ramon, philippe djegal, kron four news. (grant) we now have an update on a badminton coach arrested on the peninsula. the academy where he worked has released a statement responding to his arrest. we first brought you this story last night... and according to the santa clara sherriff's office, the coach... khan-kham malay- thong.... was found in a park with one of his underage students...sitting in his brand new maserati s-u-v. he was arrested and charged with sexual assault. the synergy badminton academy in menlo park responded today saying "khankham malaythong, is no longer employed with the organization." they went on to say in the statement
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that "synergy will not tolerate behavior that jeopardizes the well-being of people enrolled in badminton training at the academy." (anchor) taking a live look outside-- overlooking downtown san francisco. (anchor) (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was another nice day with slightly cooler temeratures. highs today were still in the 80s and low 90s inland with patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring more clouds into the bay. monsoonal clouds will also continue to move through over the next couple of days. it was another active day across the sierra with dozens of
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lightning strikes. on the satellite you can see as high pressure moves east we begin to cool slightly. highs tomorrow will be in the upper 80s to low 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and patchy fog at the coast. we'll see more suinshine on sunday. high pressure will then build back in to the bay ares to bring another round of hot temperatures next week. (vicki) a ten year (vicki) (vicki) (vicki) a ten year old boy
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allegedly tortured and killed by his mother and her boyfriend was remembered friday in california. kandiss crone was at the funeral and talked to family members who call him a hero. maria barron/ aunt:"he was full of laughter. the biggest smile ever. you couldn't even tell what he was going through."maria barron sobbed as she prepared to say her final goodbyes to her 10-year old nephew, anthony avalos. family members wore special t- shirts that said, 'forever in our hearts, anthony.'the little boy was loved by many and taken to soon. victor avalos/ father:"no words to say about the pain that i am feeling right now. we hope no one goes through what i'm going through."maria barron/ aunt:"teaching him how to read, how to write his name. i will forever hold him in my heart dearly and he will forever be my hero."a hero is exactly what he will be remembered as.mourners showed up in superhero gear as a tribute to the boy who spoke up for others that were being bullied. david barron/ uncle: "we've had some of his classmates reach out us and
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tell us that they were bullied and he stood up for them at school and his siblings abused at home."family members wish anthony had gotten the same support.the boy died last month after being tortured and brutally beaten.anthony's mother, 28-year-old heather barron and her boyfriend 32-year-old kareem leiva have both been charged in the boy's murder.instead of focusing on how he died, relatives and friends gather to celebrate his life. jonathan peidz/ friend: "he was a really good kid and he did a lot of good stuff."jonathan peidz went to school with anthony.he and his dad came to support the grieving family.a prayer card jonathan held provided a ray of light to a very somber day. jonathan peidz/ friend:"you will always be loved by us and by the father above." above." (vicki) a county official
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says the boy came out as gay in the weeks before his death-- and authorities were trying to determine if homophobia may have played a role in his death. (grant) the mega millions jack-pot is growing!. how long you have to grab a ticket...and we'll dream big with people on the peninsula...four hundred and thirty three million dollars. (vicki) wedding ring found. meet the man pleading on social media to help him find the ring's proper owner. (vicki) the mystery of who
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is that naked man riding a bicycle down a south bay freeway wedneday is now in custody. san jose police tracked down the naked cyclist. but he was not on a bike. he was walking on north king road yesterday. police say he was wearing only a shirt. police said the man was in mental crisis.. and was taken to a local hospital. police did not disclose his name.
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(grant)the discovery of an old wedding ring in the east bay has turned into an online mystery... because of social media, people across the county are now on the hunt to to find the rightful owner. (vicki) kron 4's gabe slate spoke with the oakland man who says he found the ring and hopes all this exposure will help reunite the wedding band with the family it belongs to. sound from richard grassetti - found wedding ring on beach "we walked down to the beach and i saw this thing glinting" richard grassetti was on a beach in richmond point near santa fe avenue when he found this gold wedding ring. sound from gabe slate reporterthe inscription inside says "from now to eternity lily 5-1-49" sound from richard grassetti - found wedding ring on beach "the question is who is lily, the owner or their kids should get it back" richard had his social media savvy friend christina toms whip a post on twitter about the ring with close up pictures. and it took off sound from richard grassetti - found wedding ring on beach"i'm surprised by how fast it's spreading people intrigued." lily if you're out there or lily's family let us know we need an end to this story. in oakland gabe slate kron 4 news..
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(vicki) and we have just learned the owners may have been found! someone in santa cruz saw the ring and believe it may belong to their family. (grant) two confirmed cases of west nile have been found in the bay area.
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we'll tell you exactly where the two were found and three ways to prevent infecting yourself. (vicki) big rig over turned. we speak to the man inside while a tree came through his windshield.
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tonight at 5:30... kron4 is always tracking local stories. here's a look at what's going on in your neighborhood right now. (grant) kron 4's lydia
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pantazes is on the peninsula...where people are feeling lucky... and dreaming big...already planning how they'll spend all that money from the mega millions jackpot. what would you do with four hundred and thrity three hundred million dollars. that is the question that a lot of people are asking them selves this is the 6th largest in mega millions and 16th largest lottery winnings ever. i spoke with aman with a dollar and a dream who was just waiting to get his winning ticket."if you won the mega millions what would you do with the money?pay taxes on the half of it and buy classic cars."oh not at all but you cant win if you don't play." the drawling is a t 8 tonight but you have to buy your ticket by 7:45.reporting in burlinggame lp kron4 news
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(vicki) traffic was backed up for several hours this morning as a semi-truck crashed on highway 92 in burlingame.(vicki)
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to help get the cat down. pg&e pulled up a ladder and climbed the pole to reach the cat and then handed him over to the spca. other than being dehydrated and hungry the cat is expect to be just fine... now they are working on reuniting him with his family. (grant) police say a healdsburg man got car jacked after arranging a sexual encounter online. the 32 year old man had a woman meet him at her business on stony point and sebastopol roads in santa rosa on wednesday. the two agreed to go to a hotel when another man got in the car...and punched the victim...and pointed a gun at him. the victim then got out of the car and ran, the man and woman drove away in the honda accord. police were able to recover the car in san pablo...and are still looking for the spepects...both white...both in their mid-30's. the victim has a head injury after getting punched. (grant) two cases of west nile have been confimed in contra costa county...at two
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different locations... in discovery bay and brentwood. experts there tell us the hot weather...and hot water is helping the mosquitos multiply...increasing the chances of more west nile cases. the three best ways to defend yourself are to use repellents, avoid standing water, and avoid going outside at dawn or dusk. (vicki) police have arested two teenagers after what they are calling a quote "long and exhaustive investigation." 19 year old jonathan salazar and a 15 year old boy have been arrested in connection to a homicide back in october 2017. back in 2017 police arrived to del monte ave in salinas to find 20 year old jamie martinez with a gunshot wound. crews transported martinez to the hospital but he later died from his injuries. during the investigation police have discovered this is shooting is believed to be gang related. ( vicki ) firefighters are dealing with more challenges as the fast-moving ferguson fire continues to engulf more land in mariposa county.
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sontaya rose has the story. close to 16 hundred firefighters from as far away as arizona are spraying, shoveling and chopping down trees. the steep terrain is full of fuel. hot and busy crews generally keep conversations to fire talk.tim hutten/calfire"trategy as we're working, maybe some dangers or hazards that are in the area. like you've got a tree right over here that is burning in a couple spots on it's trunk." the non stop, hot and physical work is necessary to halt the spread of the flames in the jerseydale area. structure protection crews are standing by- in case the fire becomes erratic."you have to be very diligent and very thorough." hand in hand strike teams worked together- on the fire lines for 16 hours at a time, cleaning up areas where containment lines were reinforced.eff crandall/us forest service"so this road system right here was part of the containment line that we use to identify where we are going to make a stand and stop part of the main fire coming down." the inversion layer, and cooler weather also helped firefighters gain ground thursday. direct sunlight held off for much of the day.brandon vaccaro/public
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information officer"the fire is still moving fairly slowly based on just the lack of air movement. we don't have a lot of wind pushing it and we don't have unstable air allowing it to get lift and get air under it which would then feed feed the fire." 12:07:06 with 21 thousand acres already burned- and the potential of thunderstorms looming- crews are too concerned to say whether the fire could be put out anytime soon. anytime soon. lawrence karnow: it was another nice day with slightly cooler temeratures. highs today were still in the 80s and low 90s inland with patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring more clouds into the bay. monsoonal clouds will also continue to move through over the next couple of days. it was another active day across the sierra with dozens of lightning strikes. on the satellite you can see as high pressure moves east we begin to cool slightly. highs tomorrow will be in the upper 80s to low 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and patchy fog at the coast. we'll see more suinshine on sunday. high pressure will then build back in to the bay ares to bring another round of hot temperatures next week.
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(vicki) to end what was an already crazy week -- the white house announced an invitation to russian president vladimir putin, to visit washington this fall. (grant) the news came after a fallout from the helsinki summit, and stoked more concern about russian meddling in the upcoming midterm elections. reporter karin (kay-fuh) caifa is in washington with the latest. after their helsinki summit, where president trump was widely criticized for showing too much deference to vladimir putin, the idea of a washington meeting this fall has many, up in arms.rep. eric swalwell / -d- california: most americans when they have their home broken into, they upgrade their security system. they don't invite the burglar over for dinner, and the president shouldn't let vladimir putin take a victory lap.standing next to putin
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monday, trump declined to endorse the u.s. intelligence community's assessment that russia interfered in the 2016 u.s. elections.upon returning home, he said he misspoke. and news of the fall invitation, extended by national security adviser john bolton, notably caught trump's own director of national intelligence off-guard thursday.dan coats / director of national intelligence: say that again? any visit before november 6th would put putin here at the peak of midterm campaigns.the justice department on thursday issued a report detailing cyber threats facing the u.s. warning of a greater russian threat.rod rosenstein / deputy attorney general: the russian effort to influence the 2016 presidential campaign is just one tree in a growing forest. still, secretary of state mike pompeo endorsed another meeting between the two leaders.mike pompeo / secretary of state: it is incredibly valuable to the people of the united states of america that president putin and president trump continue to engage in dialogue to resolve the difficult issues that our countries face.at least one world leader thinks the same. german chancellor angela merkel said she believes it "has to become normal" for the leaders of the u.s. and russia to meet.in washington, i'm karin caifa.
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(grant) michael cohen- president trump's former lawyer and fixer - recorded a conversation with mister trump... discussing payments to former playboy model karen mc-dougal. the f-b-i seized the recording earlier this year during a raid at cohen's office. on the tape...recorded during a face to face conve the two men discussed paying mc-dougal 150- thousand dollars. mc-dougal said she had nearly year long affair with president trump...around the time his youngest son barron was born. prosecutors want to know if the payment violated federal campaign finance laws. (grant) hey rugby fan's in the bay area! you are not alone. thousands of people are pouring into at&t park for rugby's world cup sevens. spoke with fans about why today's kickoff is so important. (takevo) need a new car?
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you can now buy one from marky mark. we'll tell you where in two and a half mins.
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you won't find any burgers at mark wahlberg's newest business venture... but you will find cars. the actor and part-owner of wahlburgers ... has bought a chevrolet dealership in columbus, ohio. his business partner, jay feldman, owns eight dealerships across michigan. they plan to open additional dealerships
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together in the future. wahlberg's other businesses include a movie production company, a health and wellness company and a line of bottled water. (grant) it will soon be legal to post plans for 3-d printable guns online. the government has reached an agreement with a gun-rights activist that will allow the plans to be posted as of august first. back in 2013, a man named cody wilson posted plans for a 3-d printable gun. the government ordered him to remove it. wilson complied, but sued the federal government. a gun made almost entirely out of a-b-s plastic --- the same material used to make lego bricks. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
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(vicki) it is here! rugby's world cup sevens - it officially kicked of today at att park. the match up
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with world class rugby players is a first in the country... (grant) kron four's terisa estacio caught up with some fans who were all ready to go early this morning. (terisa estacio)this is going to be quite the sporting event here at att park. rugby is huge and now it will take center state as these teams face off for the rugy world cup sevens... 24 mens teams and 16 womens teams will duke it out at att park for the next 3 days. this is the first time teams will compete for the melrose cup on us soil. there are 30 million fans in the us and the organization hopes by the end of this, there will be even more fans. there are some new rules in this match up... it is now a knockout pool, meaning if you lose, you are out, no playoffs... the united states is in play as they won a leg in the march series. i caught up with some fans about their hopes for this years cup. austin percifell, rugby fan. "i am really looking forward to it. i have never been here so it is cool, it is great the us got it and it is a great sport." ateca suguturaga,
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rugby fan. "i have the official fiji shirt on, i am a big fan, they won in 2007 and 1995 and they are going to win this year." (terisa) if you plan on coming, better get ticket quickly they are going fast. here at att park, terisa estacio kron four news (grant) hard to believe hard to (grant) (grant) hard to believe
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football season is right around the corner. next week, teams around the league will open training camp. here in the bay area, the 49ers wil be down in santa clara... while the raiders head up to napa.(vicki) but before making the trip to wine country, raider nation convening in the east bay tonight for a special fan appreciation celebration hosted by jon gruden. for the sights and sounds, we turn to mark carpenter...who's live at ricky's in san leandro. mark? (mark) when jon gruden returned earlier this year, he said he wanted to make it a point to reconnect with fans... and see the black hole once again. well, we have something close...a party at the unofficial headquarters for raider nation, ricky's in san leandro. it's a fan appreciation hosted by jon gruden and the raiders... something he wanted to organize to say
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thank you to the team's loyal supporters. --doors opened at 4pm, but people were lining up just hours before... --and it's no secret, there's an issue hovering over this team...as they are moving to las vegas, a move that's projected to happen by 2020. --in the meantime, fans want to soak up the time that's left in the bay area...and say thank you to the man that's poised to lead this franchise back to glory. (mark)up next, it's all business from here. as training camp begins next week.. with the veterans reporting on thursday and practice opening on friday.
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political fight over gasoline.. as we head toward the november election. justine waldman is in the newsroom now with that story.. that we are working on for the news at six. (justine) the battle is
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over the gas pump... in what you are paying in taxes per gallon. but the political battle is already racking in big dollars. who is putting in money to repeal the gas tax. proposition 6 will be the hot measure to watch. and a big change in place now at one of san francisco's most popular parks. how to get around crissy field.... comi up at six. right now let's get back to the news at five. (anchor) (anchor) taking a live look outside... at the san mateo bridge.(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was another nice day with slightly cooler temeratures. highs today were still in the 80s and low 90s inland with patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring more clouds into the bay. monsoonal clouds will also continue to move through over the next couple of days. it was another active day across
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the sierra with dozens of lightning strikes. on the satellite you can see as high pressure moves east we begin to cool slightly. highs tomorrow will be in the upper 80s to low 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and patchy fog at the coast. we'll see more suinshine on sunday. high pressure will then build back in to the bay ares to bring another round of hot temperatures next week.
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that wraps up kron 4 news at 5. justine joins grant with kron 4 news at six. (justine) dive teams will resume searching a lake in missouri where a duck boat capsized and sank.. not all of the bodies have been recovered. we will bring you the latest from branson as the investigation into tragedy continues.(grant) and we go one one one with vice president mike pence... and talk about russia..putin..trade... and and will the country change course? kron4's national correspondent mark meredith has that exclsuive interview... coming up at six... (justine) and ... and the fight to pay less at the gas pump has supporters
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pumping in more money to force a change.(grant) the news continues in 70 seconds on kron 4 news at six. "we have a report of a duck
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that has sank completely. they have lost sight of it completely.... they say there are about 20 on board." (justine) tragedy on a lake in the ozarks ... seventeen people killed when a duck boat capsizes near branson, missouri. thank you for joining us tonight at 6. i'm justine waldman.(grant) and i'm grant lodes. pam and ken are off tonight. our vicki liviakis is here now with the latest on the accident...vicki?
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(vicki) the little amphibious tour boat was in the middle of table rock lake, when disaster struck.people on shore watched it unfold. oh no, somebody needs to help them...oh my gosh.the duck boat filled with families struggled in the wind and waves,...oh it's going under. the victims ranged from just one year old to seventy.one lady lost nine members of her 11 members of her family. the boat's operator says the weather was fine when the duck entered the water. just before seven p=m local time a massive storm hit the area, spawning 60 mile per hour wind gusts and strong waves.it was almost like a micro burst that that just came out of nowhere. divers worked all night to recover the bodies.this is just the latest in a string of deadly accidents involving dock boats ... seventeen people died on an arkansas lake in 1999 ... two people died in philadelphia in 2010 ... and five people were killed when a seattle duck boat driver swerved into the path of a bus three years later.
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(vicki) san francisco used to have its own ride=the-duck tours.they halted three years ago ... for financial, not safety reasons.justine, grant? (grant) here in the bay...the type of vessel most people ride is nothing like a duck... of course we're speaking of our ferry system. (justine) but the recent duck boat incident is bringing up concerns about boat safety in the bay. tonight kron 4's dan kerman takes a look at safety systems aboard ferry boats. he joins us live from the ferry building. if you're a regular on the san francisco bay ferry you are in good company, the system carries 10-thousand people a day.. and safety is a
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key priority.sot keith stahnke/sf bay ferryour vessels exceed coast guard requirements for safety equipment.the 13 vessels in the fleet vary in size, but not in safety sytems... rafts to accomodate more than the total passenger load are standard, as are life jackets which can be found under seats and in cabinets. sotsotin adition we have advance communication and navigation equipment we have monitoring system to detect for fire smoke and engine conditionsbut ferry operations manager keith stahanke says being safe is more than equipment. while the boats are designed to tackle all kinds of weather on the bay, there are times in the winter when winds and tides prove to be too much, and service must be suspended sotwe typically cancel one or two service trips a year (grant)(grant) (grant) new tonight at
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six.... a suspected bank robber was found dead in southern california today. officials say the suspect robbed a bank at gunpoint in goleta... before he was found dead from a single gun shot wound in a nail salon bathroom. authorities believe the gunman is the "faux badge bandit" wanted in connection to multiple bank robberies in the state. the f-b-i has been searching for him since may. at this
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point, investigators believe the bank robber and the deceased man are the same person, but they have not confirmed the link. (justine) the mystery of who this naked man is ... who rode a bicycle down a south bay freeway on wednesday... has been solved. police say the man is now in custody. san jose police tracked down the naked cyclist.... on north king road yesterday. police say he was wearing only a shirt. police said the man was in mental crisis.. and was taken to a local hospital. police did not disclose his name. (grant) kron4''s maureen kelly talked to those on all sides of the legal battle. after being closed for 10 years....the historic restaurant famous for it's waterfront views.....l had been inching closer to reopening.....until this new legal setback. the planning commission allowed the new owner of nearly 100 year old hot spot an exemption so he could skip getting an
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enviromental review....that move brought a lawsuit against the city from a neighborhood group called the friends of montgomery street..alledgiing the granting that exemption violated the california environmental quality act.one of those neighbors behind the suit told me by phone he thinks city officals are forgetting the tremendous amount of traffic and late night noise there was on this small street back when the restaurant was a telegraph hill fixture.... my impression was at the members of the planning commission were more influenced by their nostalgia for dinner is 20 or 30 years back at the restaurant then for the california environmental quality actthe new owner, who says it's taken six years and millions of dollars to get the restaurant ready to once again says he has no plans to give up. it's a piece of history you can't stand in front of his place without having literally hundreds of people come up to you tell you how special it is and have any other idea of what to do with it the writings on the wall it's obvious what to do it's history it's all time san francisco i'm not gonna be the guy to change the coursea spokesperson for the city attorney calls the lawsuit baseless and a classic case of nimbyism....a hearing is set
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for november...the new owner says he plans have julius's castle back open sometime this year.maureen kelly kron4 news (grant) we now have an update on a badminton coach arrested on the peninsula. the academy where he worked has released a statement responding to his arrest. we first brought you this story last night... and according to the santa clara sherriff's office, the coach... khan-kham malay- thong.... was found in a park with one of his underage students...sitting in his brand new maserati s-u-v. he was arrested and charged with sexual assault. the synergy badminton academy in menlo park responded today saying the coach is no longer employed with the organization." they went on to say in the statement that "synergy will not
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tolerate behavior that jeopardizes the well-being of people enrolled in badminton training at the academy." a live look outside right now... as we get our first look at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it was another nice day with slightly day with another nice karnow: it was lawrence karnow: it was another nice day with slightly cooler temeratures. highs today were still in the 80s and low 90s inland with patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring more clouds into the bay. monsoonal clouds will also continue to move through over the next couple of days. it was another active day across the sierra with dozens of lightning strikes. on the satellite you can see as high pressure moves east we begin to cool slightly. highs tomorrow will be in the upper 80s to low 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and patchy fog at the
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coast. we'll see more suinshine on sunday. high pressure will then build back in to the bay ares to bring another round of hot temperatures next week. (justine) new tonight at 6.. crissy field avenue in
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san francisco's presidio is permanently closed to traffic. the roadaway is being converated into a trail for pedestrians and bicyclists to help connect crissy field to the golden gate bridge. pedestrians will still be able to go in both directions. however, bicyclists will only be able to travel uphill only be able to bicyclists will only be able to travel uphill until improvements are completed in the coming months. motorists will still be able to access the area using lincoln blvd and mcdowell avenue. (grant) the golden gate park golf course has re-opened after a fire earlier this month. the blaze destroyed it's clubhouse. the clubhouse was built in 1951 and was removed just over a week ago. a temporary unit has been put in it's place. all operations are now open however food service is limited. the fire happened in the middle of the night, back on july 2nd at the west end of the park. the san francisco fire department continues to investigate the cause of the two-alarm fire. (grant) coming up...
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new numbers of the amount of land burned in the ferguson fire. and what people heading to yosemite need to know about road closures and air quality. (justiners) efforts to repeal the gas tax are heating up all over the state. the latest on the efforts to dial back the pain at the pump. (grant) and do you need to hire a hit man? the confusion surrounding a websites name.... that is attracting the wrong type of customer. (grant)a website's domain
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name is a play on words that has people contacting a computer hacking prevention service about wacking...or killing people. not the desired result says the owner of website, who talked to kron4's haaziq madyun. sotbob innis is reading a disturbing email that he just received at his website rent-a-hitman.com. the problem is innis is not actually a hitman. he is currently a computer data recovery specialist from novato. back in 2005 he and his college buddies started a computer network intrusion detection business. they named it...rent a hit mansothe parted ways with is buddies. the rent-a-hitman.com website was
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dormant for three years. in 2008 he decided to check the email in box and found hundreds of messages from people who were not interested in his netweork intrusion skillsnat/sot haaziqin this field where they give a description it gets a little dicey?sotwhen he realized people from all over the world were looking to hire him or join the hitman business he did two things. he put a disclaimer on the site making it clear that hit man is a play on words sot the second thing he did was reach out to law enforcement to give them a heads up about the messages he was receiving. i contacted a deputy in augusta county virgina who confirmed they are actively working a solicite first degree murder case. the tip came from the rent-a-hitman websitesothowever just in case anyone out there still thinks innis is a real hit man sotwho will put you behind bars...in novato haaziq madyun kron4news
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(justine) new tonight at six. alcoholic beverage
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control agents have revoked the license of "cafe durant" in berkeley. this comes during accusations the cafe sold alcohol to minors, multiple times. the a-b-c and berkeley police say this happened on three separate occasions. the first accusation allegedly happened in 2016 - the cafe paid a three-thousand dollar fine. police say it happened twice in 2017. the a-b-c has permanently revoked the establishments alcohol license. this means the sale and consumption of alcohol is no longer allowed at the business. (justine) the ferguson fire... burning near yosemite national park... grew around a thousand acres overnight to 22-thousand eight hundred and ninety two acres... it is still just 7 percent contained. and as of last night... glacier point road in yosemite national park is closed until further notice. according to the yosemite faceboook page... this is to ensure there are no conflicts with park visitors and to allow for the possibility of helicopter operations in the area.
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(justine) highway 140 is also closed... west of midpines, before "el portal". and many residents are under a mandatory evacuation. connie tran has more from "mariposa". (nat pop of fire)though the "ferguson fire" is dozens of miles away...from the "mariposa lodge" hotel... employee "jessee brownell" says it's still affecting their business.(no cg) this is our busiest season; it is the height of our season; summer brownell welcomed some tourists in...on friday...(nat of jessee at front desk)but most of her day has been spent on the phone... (14:01) we've been getting just most questions on hows the air quality up here and if they can cancel their reservation and really we've been trying to stay away from cancellations because we're not really affected; you can still come here we're still open for youthis ferguson fire continues to grown in the mountains...west of yosemite national park.fire information officer "jacob welsh"...says fire crews have a lot against them... (00:43) a lot of standing dead
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trees which when they ignite they fall and pose they serious risks to firefighters; we also have a lot of steep slopes and inacccesible terrain that we're dealing with welsh says the triple digit heat doesn't help either...the weather... only contributing to the rapid speed of spread. (01:37) highway 140; that whole corridor is it's closed; and they're working on securing that; that's the north flank of the fire the "el portal" trailer court is under a mandatory evacuation...and welsh fears the blaze will grow through the weekend. (15:06) the firefighters know what they're doing they're very comfortable with what they do; and they'll get it done; they'll get it out. fire crews say they are expecting thunder storms in the forecast this weekend, which can produce gusty out flow winds.and just a reminder, yosemite national park is open.in mariposa, connie tran, kron4 news.
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lawrence karnow: it was another nice day with slightly cooler temeratures. highs today were still in the 80s and low 90s inland with patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring more clouds into the bay. monsoonal clouds will also continue to move through over the next couple of days. it was another active day across the sierra with dozens of lightning strikes. on the satellite you can see as high pressure moves east we begin to cool slightly. highs tomorrow will be in the upper
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80s to low 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and patchy fog at the coast. we'll see more suinshine on sunday. high pressure will then build back in to the bay ares to bring another round of hot temperatures next week.
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(grant) still ahead. we will take you to the biggest drone race around. where first prize is a cool 25 thousand. (justine) the reasons why a community in the east bay is trying to stop a doggy daycare from setting up shop.
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♪ ♪ hong yi! it's for the strongest man in her life. ♪ ♪ life. lived red's way. chase. make more of what's yours. (justine) neighbors in san ramon want to press pause on plans to bring a doggy day care service into their community. those against it say the business will disrupt traffic and potentially cause sanitation
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issues. kron four's philippe djegal shows us the proposed site. (philippe) camp bow wow has it's eyes set on this building and lot on alcosta boulevard in san ramon. in april, the dog care business applied for a minor-use permit to open up here. the city staff report on the application says the building could house up to 125 dogs at a time. with services including overnight boarding, day care, grooming and training... and, some neighbors are concerned about the sanitiation, noise and parking issues that may result in the application being approved.no name/neighbor- "as you can see that the, its really uh narrow road, and all when there's gonna turn a dog daycare, there's already have like illegal parkings." this woman is raising a young family in the condo she shares next door to the lot with her husband.no name/neighbor- "the smell is definitely another, another thing that i concerned." but not all neighbors are against the business, which already has facilities in concord and livermore... it would stay open 24-hours a day, seven-days a week.tc cagle/neighbor- "we live in america, where it's a capitolistic country, and you can actually have freedom to have your business, any business you want." the staff report says the dogs would stay inside at all times with the exception of a fenced outdoor area in the back. debbie chamberlain is the
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community development director for the city of san ramon. thursday, the city zoning administrator held a hearing open to the public to discuss the application.debbie chamberlain/administrator- "and, so at the next hearing, um, the application could be approved, it could be denied or it can be continued to a subsequent meeting still for additional information."no name/neighbor- "it's just not right." the next public meeting is scheduled for august 16th. in san ramon, philippe djegal, kron four news. (grant) drones were buzzing, and even sometimes crashing, during california's biggest drone-race... ever. eight top qualifying teams from around the world met up in sacramento thursday for the california drone speed
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challenge.a team from europe took the grand prize... 25-thousand dollars in cash.it was for a good cause too... comcast, which put up the prize money, also made a 25- thousand-dollar donation to the local boys and girls club. (justine) (grant) (justine) (justine) (grant) we go one-on-one with the vice president of the united states.... mike pence talks with our rerorters about... alleged russian meddeling and inviting vladimir putin to the white house. (lawrence)and i'm tracking your weeknight forcast... that's just ahead.
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(justine) tonight -- vice president mike pence is defending president trump's decision to invite russian president vladimir putin to the white house.(grant) the vice president sat down with our white house correspondent mark meredith...here's what he had to say... in an interview you will only see on kron 4. nat: "mr. vice president...thanks for taking the time to speak with us..." in a one-on-one interview...vice president mike pence told me president trump's decision to invite russian president vladmir putin to a second summit in washington is about promoting peace..... "president trump is absolutely determined to see
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if we could improve our relationship with russia...the vice president says the world's two biggest nuclear powers need to be talking to each other...many in congress say the president has been too soft on putin and russia. but the vice president disagrees...."we'll be very clear, we won't tolerate a malign influence by russia...." this weekend the vice president is traveling to tennessee and georgia.two states where farmers and manufacturers are already losing money and jobs because of the president's trade battles with china and our allies in europe, canada, and mexico..mark nat: "is the white house going to be able to stay on this path..or are you guys looking to change course""we have every confidence in the days ahead...that we'll be able to make real progress, whether it be in nafta that's make significant progress in recent months, or re-negotiating our trade relationship with the eu"//o"our message to people across the country is...be confident"on america's immigration battles.....the vice president says it's up to congress to act.but he hints the president intends to put the pressure on lawmakers this fall..."there will be another round of spending bills, i can assure you the president is going to continue to fight"the vice president will be spending the next several weeks on the road....in an effort to promote the president's accomplishments and agenda... to voters ahead
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of the midterm elections.in washington, i'm mark meredith. (grant)(justine) time now for a look at tonight's top local stories. in san francisco a neighbhood group calls friends of montgomery street has filed a lawsuit to try and stop the historic telegraph hill restaurant from re-opening. they are suing the city allegeding that the planning commission violated the state's environmental quality act by voting to let the new owner skip an environmental review. they say there was too much traffic and late night noise on the small street....the new owner says he's going ahead with his plans to restore a piece of old san francisco history. a spokesperson for the city attorney calls the lawsuit baseless and a classic case of nimbyism....maureen kelly
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kron4 news here in sf we used to have those ducks that were involved in the insident in branson mo, but now people mostly use ferries. cosat gurad regulations are either met or exceeded and ferries are more apt to come to another vessels aid because they are trained first respondeder dk kron4 news sothere in novato a computer network intrusion detection website named hitman.com has received hundreds of emails from people wanting to hire a real hitmansotthe website's owner says he forwards all questionable inquieries to law enforcement because he is not in the hitman business...in novato haaziq madyun kron4news
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in san ramon... some neighbors are upset about the possiblity of a dog care service moving in next door. camp bow wow applied for a minor-use permit in april to open up a 24-hours a day, seven-days a week day care service for dogs. some neighbors believe the business would cause noise, sanitation and traffic problems. other neighbors support the business moving in. the city is still accepting public comments on the application. the next public meeting is august 16th. in san ramon, philippe djegal, kron four news. what would you do with four hundred and thrity three hundred million dollars. that is the question that a lot of people are asking them selves this is the 6th largest in mega millions and 16th largest
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lottery winnings ever. the drawling is a t 8 tonight but you have to buy your ticket by 7:45.reporting in burlinggame lp kron4 news 24 mens teams and 16 womens teams will duke it out at att park for the next 3 days. this is the first time teams will compete for the melrose cup on us soil. there are 30 million fans in the us and the organization hopes by the end of this, there will be even more fans.if you plan on coming, better get ticket quickly they are going fast. here at att park, terisa estacio kron four news four news
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four news lawrence karnow: it was another nice day with slightly cooler temeratures. highs today were still in the 80s and low 90s inland with patchy fog and 50s and 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is blowing again and will bring more clouds into the bay. monsoonal clouds will also continue to move through over the next couple of days. it was another active day across the sierra with dozens of lightning strikes. on the satellite you can see as high pressure moves east we begin to cool slhtly. highs tomorrow will be in the upper 80s to low 90s inland with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and patchy fog at the coast. we'll see more suinshine on sunday. high pressure will then build back in to the bay ares to bring another round of hot temperatures next week.
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(grant) new at six..... governor brown signed a new bill today giving álocal governments the chance to negotiate deals to withdraw ballot initiatives. it's a practice that is already taking place at the state level. like with the soda tax ban.... the proponents of that bill withdrew their initiative from the november ballot after lawmakers agreed to ban local taxes on soda and sugary drinks. critics of the tactic say it allows powerful special interest groups to "weaponize" the ballot process to get what they want. proponents say it forces lawmakers to make policy on issues they otherwise would not. (justine) the most recent jobs report has california's unemployment rate holding steady at 4.2 percent. it's been at that record low number for three straight months. that's down over half a percent from last year's june unemployment rate... which was 4 point 8 percent.
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(grant) coming up.. the beauty draws tourists... and trouble. now authorities have arrested several people for doing this dangerous activity off the tallest bridge in california.
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(grant) at 730 feet above ground, the forest-hill bridge
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in placer county is the tallest bridge in california. it attracts everyone from photographers to thrill seekers. and it also attracts trouble. about a half dozen people recently tried to base jump off the bridge... resulting in several arrests. reporter ben deci has the story. foresthill -- three men were arrested sunday after placer county sheriff's deputies say they were seen base jumping from the foresthill bridge.the sheriff's office says deputies were at the bridge shortly after 9 p.m. responding to reports of a suicidal woman. there, investigators say they witnessed three people with parachutes jump from the catwalk under the bridge.the placer county sheriff's office says the men first climbed out onto a catwalk hanging underneath the bridge. there were six or seven of them. "yeah, they scooped up their shoots and tried to run," said placer county lt. andrew scott. "state parks turned on their lights and sirens, was able to catch up to them because they were in a vehicle and these guys were on foot."a park ranger below caught and arrested three: 27-year-old christopher ludlow of sacramento, 30-year-old christopher peterson of davis and 29-year-old michael king of south lake tahoe.ludlow, peterson and king were booked into the placer county jail in auburn for trespassing and resisting arrest.at 730 feet above the ground, it is the tallest span in california and
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the fourth highest in all the united states. it is a popular destination for photographers and thrill seekers.lt. scott says in roughly the last two and a half years alone, the placer county sheriff's office has been called out there some 30 times and arrested or cited 88 people for either trespassing or base jumping. "and sometimes when people do the base jumping in parachutes they can get caught up in the trees, especially when they do it at night and can't see very well," scott said.that was the case in 2011 when a base jumper got hung up. the placer county sheriff's department had to send their parachute to cut him down. it was a risky mission for law enforcement and the jumper. (grant)that was ben deci reporting.the three men police caught have been booked into
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placer county jail.it is not known exactly how many other jumpers were able to get away. (justine) beachgoers in the dominican republic are being greeted by waves of trash. according to people associated with the environmental group parley for the oceans, this happens every time heavy rains take place. parley for the oceans is sounding the alarm about pollution in the world's oceans. they clean up plastic around the world and try to promote change. for this project, they are working with over 500 public workers. that includes the island's armed forces and government officials to clean up the beach. (justine) in sports -- part two of the bay bridge series is underway at the coliseum we'll have reaction how the giants and a's will approach the second half of the season.(grant) also -- head coach, jon gruden and the raiders are hanging out with raider nation in san leandro... we have a live report from mark carpenter.
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and kim smith has all the sports coming up
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it's almost that time again... yes... i know you can't wait for it.. training camp is almost here.. the final season for the raiders in oakland.... but the first with their new head coach...jon gruden is kicking things off with a party at ricky's sports bar ... mark carpenter is live at the raiders event in san leandro... mark, looks like gruden knows how to throw a party.. ### when jon gruden returned earlier this year, he said he wanted to make it a point to reconnect with fans... and see the black hole once again. well, we have something close...a party at the unofficial headquarters for
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raider nation, ricky's in san leandro. it's a fan appreciation hosted by jon gruden and the raiders... something he wanted to organize to say thank you to the team's loyal supporters. --doors opened at 4pm, but people were lining up just hours before... --and it's no secret, there's an issue hovering over this team...as they are moving to las vegas, a move that's projected to happen by 2020. --in the meantime, fans want to soak up the time that's left in the bay area...and say thank you to the man that's poised to lead this franchise back to glory. "i don't want to make a lot of promises, but we have one hell of a quarterback in derek carr. the other thing i can promise you our center and our two guards are as good as anyone in football. we are going to find a way to get back"."come on man, there is nothing like a bunch of raiders fans coming together and having a good time. there's nothing like it, i mean you can talk to other teams in the league. you can fans across the bay and they will even tell you when you come to the oakland raider tailgates there's nothing like it". up next, it's all business from here. as training camp begins next
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week.. with the veterans reporting on thursday and practice opening on friday. this is the reason training camp needs to go ahead and start... one of tom brady's
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best targets, rob gronkowski... swimming with sharks... he tweeted out.. the tiger shark... equals huge, strong misunderstood and endangered.... but on a recent shoot for discovery channel... gronk goes diving with the sharks ... no cage involved... tiger sharks are known as the top 3 shark predators that will attack humans.. gronk escaped safely...i'm sure this is the last thing bill belichick wants to watch heading into camp.. it's the bay bridge series part 2... the interleague rivalry wrapped around the all star break...this time it's across the bridge at the coliseum... no brandon belt in the giants lineup tonight..congrats to him and his wife... welcoming their baby boy today... belt wi be back tomorrow...it's an important restart for both teams... while the giants-- missed out on manny machado... they still need another right handed power hitter at the plate as the trade deadline approaches at the end of the month.. and the a's have been one of the hottest teams in baseball over the last month... an exciting young team to watch.. they need to carry over that momentum...
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both the giants and the a's have to set a tone coming out the break.. "it just depends if you win the first game, everything feels good. you know everyone is in the same boat. some teams work out the night before, some teams do it a little bit later on the next day, but everybody feels it a little bit because the normal routine of baseball season would be everyday". "it's up to us to be a little bit better this season half. we need to be a little bit more consistent on offense. you know it's going to be a battle, it's a tight race in the division we know what's going on, but it's in our hands too to come out here and pick it up with our overall play". matt carpenter.. with the st. louis cardinals set an m-l-b record today...carpenter is the first player in cardinals history to hit three homers and 2 doubles in a game... he's just the second in the mlb history books...this all
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coming in the first 6 innings... the cardinals whooping up on the cubs... 18 to 5..
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today, all smiles with his new team... but, the raptors can't blame it on a communication break down... derozan was loyal to the end of his last deal... sticking with toronto.. but, business is business... and derozan can look at it this way... hey, there's no state tax in texas. ### you get to be very close on the pga tour... 7 golfers in one house....well, this may be a little awkward... zach johnson and kevin kisner are sharing the compound during the open... they are also sharing the overnight lead... round 2...rainy day on the course.... never good for golf.. fans hanging in there... tiger woods on the fifth..making up for a few bogeys....his longest birdie putt... finishes even at 71 makes the cut... 6 back from the lead...---zach johnson.. looking for his third major victory...held the lead on his final hole... 30 foot putt on the money... finished 6 under, 67 today...--but... kevin kisner....on 14 from the bunker... sets up his birdie putt... ties it up with
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johnson at 6 under ... to share the lead... wonder if they'll be talking at the dinner table tonight...### (justine) and one of the cute curry kids takes on the "in my feelings" challenge that is sweeping the internet... and kiki ...we love it... ( proposition 6 is shaping
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up to be one of the larger ballot initiative battles come november. prop 6 - would repeal the gas tax . it's not just the rhetoric -- it's also about the money.. capitol bureau reporter kody leibowitz tells us about.... the large sums of cash in the campaigns to repeal and to keep the gas tax. money and the proposition 6 fight go hand-in-hand.those supporting prop 6 -- say more cash will be in the hands of families if the curent 12- cent gas tax -- is repealed. david wolfe, legislative dir., howard jarvis taxpayers association (yes on prop 6) "you can do a lot with the extra $400-$500 a year that average california families are paying in these new gas and car taxes."those opposing the initiative say the current 65-hundred transportation projects will come to a grinding hault -- because of the lack of funds.kiana valentine, senior legislative representative california state association of counties (no on prop 6) "prop 6
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jeopardizes all of those projects."that's why...roger dickinson, exec. dir., transportation california "there's a lot at stake."as of july 20 -- the secretary of state's office reports more than $17 million dollars have been contributed to the prop 6 battle. it's the second highest total of the 11 measures slated for he november ballot.the no on prop 6 side -- with 87 percent of the total dollars thus far. 17-point-1 million dollars raised for those trying to keep the gas tax.with three contributions of $1-million in may and june..another contribution close to $1 million just this week.the highest contributions for the repeal thousand, from campaigns of several congressional candidates across california. roger dickinson, exec. dir., transportation california "we're tens of thousands going to harm out that takes some time, so the funds we have will give us time to spend with voters and help them understand the consequences and the risks."david wolfe, legislative dir. howard jarvis association (yes on prop 6) "the side will be campaign, but again we think we're on the side of the voters on this."kl sig out (grant) the #inmyfeelings challenge that is sweeping the nation has inspired some not-so-stellar moments. it involves doing a funny dance, usually in a street, synced to
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the drake song. (justine) the problem is that people have started jumping out of cars, often times while they are still moving, to do it. one of the most stellar moments of this challenge to date, however -- involves one of the youngest members of the curry family. we can't play the audio ... because of, you know, copyright issues... but the cuteness is undeniable. ayesha curry posted this video to her instagram in honor of riley's birthday. riley switching up the lyrics a bit... lip syncing... "mommy, do you love me. are you riding?" it has over 3 million views.
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