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we are covering four major wildfires burning across california tonight.... causing major evacuations and with the heat rising firefighters are working around the clock... and it's only july. i'm grant lodes(vicki) i'm vicki liviakis... governor brown has declared a state of emergency. as california burns. the good news... fire crews are getting the upper hand on the marsh fire, which broke out near clayton yesterday afternoon. while the fire is officially 60 percent contained, progress seems much more significant. kron 4's dan kerman is live along marsh creek road, just east of clayton with more. (dan) thursday fire crews spent much of the day mopping up from the marsh fire in clayton.the blaze started wednesday afternoon in what can best be described as horse country, though in addition to ranches there are also residential homes. strong winds propelled
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the fire along marsh creek road engulfing dry grass and brush and forcing evacuations sot jake anglin/evacuated 20-27as the fire battle continued past dusk, one home went up in flames.sot asst. chief mike marcucci/cal fire 33-42for the one home that was lost there were 100 that were saved very brave actions by the firefighters to get in the way of the fire and the homes. in fact if you like at the hillside thursday you can see some of the homes that were saved covered in pink fire retardant... roadblocks remain in effect for those along marsh creek road. while firefighters say there is now a permineter around the fire and now forward movement, more work must be done before homeowners can return.sot (dan) (vicki) and in southern california... crews are struggling to get the upperhand on a wildfire burning in riverside county. so far the cranston fire has burned four-thousand-700 acres. and tonight it is just 5-percent contained. more than 3-thousand people
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are under evacuation orders. and a man has been arrested in connection to the fire. investigators say brandon (vicki) (dan) sotcan return.homeowners can return.sot (dan) (vicki) and in southern california... crews are struggling to get the upperhand on a wildfire burning in riverside county.
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so far the cranston fire has burned four-thousand-700 acres. and tonight it is just 5-percent contained. more than 3-thousand people are under evacuation orders. and a man has been arrested in connection to the fire. investigators say brandon mcglover is accused of setting the fire. they say he is also accused of setting other fires in riverside county. officials have not said how the ma set the fire. (grant) another massive wildfire...this one in shasta county...is growing tonight. the "carr" fire now stands at 20-thousand acres. this is time-lapse video from redding last night... about eight miles east of the fire. firefighters are working to save lives and property -- with several structures already lost in the flames. containment is just ten percent. the fire has forced evacuations and road closures as thick smoke blackens the sky above. (vicki) and the weather is creating hard conditions for firecrews.. as the temperatures remain hot across
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the state. (grant) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow has the latest on the hot wildfire weather. lawrence karnow: it wias another hot day away from the coast. highs soared well above 100 degrees inland with 60s at beaches. a heat advisory continues through friday with another round of hot weather expected. doppler radar is also tracking another round of thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite you can see high pressure starting to weaken. this will allow for some slight cooling tomorrow and this weekend. highs will still be hot and in the 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and fog at the coast. while these temperatures will cool they will still be running above average away from the coast. cooler weather is expected to start the new month (grant) (grant) we have been
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following this developing story on air and online and with our mobile app. make sure you download our kron 4 app for the latest breaking news alerts right at your finger tips. (vicki) new tonight at 5... police have arrested a woman they believe is responsible for the fatal byclist hit and run. the victim... christopher bunag.. was biking along san pablo ave when a car hit him around 7:20 in the evening. police say the vehicle didn't stop and bunag died at the scene. investigators have arrested 28 year old kylie derksen after someone sent in an annonomous
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tip to chp. she is being charged with felony vehicular manslaughter and suspicion of felony hit and run. (grant) new video tonight showing a side-show hotspot. you can see the smoke from the burning rubber on the asphalt... this is a huge parking lot in an east bay marina...where cars come to do donuts and other stunts...and the guy who recorded this video says he is concerned that someone is going to get hurt. kron4's haaziq madyun takes us there...and tells us what police are doing to stop it. nats/sideshow videoyou are looking video of an illegal sideshow that happened monday here at mulford point in the san leandro marinasotjohn frazier recorded this video from his boat. he says illegal sideshows in this parking lot have been a problem for as long as he can remembersot
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on">these tire burn-out marks are a testament to that. there are skid marks just about everywhere you look in this parking lotsot that is exactly what happened 22-year-old andrew robles-lara of grass valley. he was arrested for reckless driving his bmw in a different sideshow the day after this video was recorded says san leandro police lt. robert mcmanussotsot that is a concern for the san leandro police department as wellsot in san leandro haaziq madyun kron4news
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arrested a woman accused of kidnapping a toddler. mountain view officers say schauntel gomez went up st a woman while wearing a mask and forcably tried to take the woman's grand child. she hid the gtrandmother on the head and started threatening the mother. gomez then drove away without the child. police arrested gomez for attempted kidnapping, criminal threats, battery and possession of drug paraphernalia (vicki) for the second time in her two week old administration, san francisco mayor london breed takes an impromptu tour of one of the
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grittiest parts of her city. kron4's maureen kelly talked to the mayor who says she wants an unvarnished look at what residents in these areas experience every day. the care of streets is the concern residence, businesses everyone you'll see the grime on the sidewalks so how often are they power washedmayor london breed talks to the director of the fix it program about the problems that exist south of market....and what's being done to correct them. the pair, along with a few of her staff and some members of the media walked several blocks around 6th street and mission....getting a first hand look at grime on the evidence of hypodermic needles that litter the ground. it's public health issue the needles the feces the garbage in general it's something we need to address and it's not just about cleaning it up it's also about changing behavior. she says that's why she's proposing safe injection sites..to get needles and addicts shooting up off the streets.....and to give them a place where they can ask for help getting clean. but opening up a city sponsored shooting gallery could bring serious consequences from the federal government....which they need to carefully consider as they move forward. i wish we could open one yesterday but i also need to
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be responsible in the approach it's not just about the mayor same i'm gonna take responsibility i got to protect the citizens of the city to sell they're putting their lives on the line to work at these facilities i don't want them in jail so i need to make sure i am responsible in my approach that's what this is about the goal is to get it done as quickly as possiblethe mayor says she is going to aggressively push to try and make safe injection sites a reality by the end of the year. maureen kelly kron4 news. (grant) facebook takes a major loss. the biggest stock drop in history. just how much came out of mark zuckerburgs own wallet. (grant) recall alert.
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the frozen dinner that could be in your fridge has been linked to salmonella poisoning. (grant) housing prices just keep going up in the bay area. we take a look at the average price in a some neighborhoods and the reason for the sky high prices.
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(vicki) the "ferguson fire"... continues to burn tonight near "yosemite national park". fire officials say... more than 43- thousand acres have burned... and the fire is at 27-
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percent containment. dozens of communities are being forced to evacuate... (grant) and... parts of "yosemite" remain closed as well.remain closed as well. connie tran joins us live tonight from the "american red cross" shelter in oakhurst. connie... how many structures are threatened? (connie)right now...fire officials say more than five-thousand structures are threatened...that is why it is critical that if you are under a mandatory evacuation order... that you leave... there is a shelter here in oakhurst as well as in mariposa. ---take pkg---(nat pop)it's been nearly two weeks...and there is no end in sight...for the "ferguson fire".(nat)air support...and more than 36-hundred firefighters...work around the clock...to try to get a handle of the blaze.fire information officer "jim mackensen"...(06:12) we've got a lot of crews back here
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at the bottom of this hill putting in bulldozer line; hand line; there's a lot of engines stuck back at each of these structures prepping the structuresfive thousand plus structures are threatened... including the area near triangle road...and "lushmeadows"...east of "mariposa".(16:02) we've been having ash fall; when we came out to the car yesterday; there was like almost a layer of ash i noticed all along the rim of the windows"cass crowley" and her husband "dennis" live in coarsegold...and though they are far from evacuating... their hearts go out to those who are away from their homes. (16:35) terribly; terribly; i just feel so bad for the people the communities up here though really come together; bring donations together to help all the emergency crewsmackensen says the triple digit heat coupled with poor overnight humidity... created conditions for active fe behavior.
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officer; us forest service> (09:18) this thing is just in such very tough terrain; with all of this fuel all the dead trees from the bark beetle kill is making it just a really tough fight for the firefighters (connie)some residents in the "jerseydale" and "mariposa pines" area have been allowed to return home.there is a community meeting tonight in groveland...at tenaya elemetary school to discuss the current situation of the "ferguson fire".oakhurst. connie tran. (vicki) (vicki) we try to keep (vicki) we try to keep tabs on the red hot real bay area real estate market for you and there are some indications the market may be slowing down.(grant)
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a lack of inventory may be the reason but as kron four's rob fladeboereports now, single-family homes, if you can find one, just keep going up in price. jim bolton/better homes and garden real estate "...there is some seasonality, july is a big vacation month..."san mateo based realtor jim bolton says inventory is down but prices arestill going up.jim bolton "...houses still sell quickly and they are selling for more than the asking price, typically..."indeed, median prices in june for existing homes in the nine county region have seen double- digit gains over a year ago, to $920,000, but sales dropped 9-point-2 percent according to the real estate data firm core logic. i asked bolton to weigh in on that.jim bolton "....we are seeing some degree of variability, by that i mean price increases versus price decreases, so we're seeing a bit moe decreases which may be be an indication of what some are seeing as a softening of the market..."but not here in san mateo county, where the median sales price in june for single family homes was 1.5 million.nats (sales video) bolton has the listing for this home in montara. it has five bedrooms and an ocean view. jim bolton '......things are little less expensive out on the coast, it's about 3100 square feet, priced at about 2.1 million, that seems like a lot and it is for some people but based on a cost per square foot, this house is very reasonably priced..."bolton expects the montara home to sell quickly. he says the average sales price for the 400 homes sold so far this month in san mateo
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county rose by 6 percent. most had multiple offers and sold quickly.jim bolton "...the economy in the area is booming, silicon valley is going gang busters, the bo tech industry in south san francisco is gangbusters, unemployment is at 2 percent, there is still a big demand for housing here..."a demand that will remain high, even as affordability may be chasing some buyers away, until the supply of inventory can catch up. in san mateo rob fladeboe kron4news (grant) (grant) another big story
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tonight... facebook just a catastrophic day on wall street. one of the reasons: executives warned revenue growth would slow as the company focuses on user privacy. take a look at the dramatic drop today... on the right you can see just how much the stock price plunged. facebook shares dropped 19- percent today. that works out to about 119 billion dollars in market value - the biggest single-day loss for any public company in history. according to forbes.... founder mark zuckerberg lost almost 16 billion dollars.... dropping him from fourth to sixth on the list of richest people in the world.
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company leaders say they're "putting privacy first" after the cambridge analytica scandal triggered a wave scrutiny around the world. (vicki) the califonria supreme court is ruling in favor of starbucks employees. workers must be paid for routine tasks they do off the clock including locking up or setting a store alarm. the ruling this morning was unanimous and a big victoy for hourly workers. orginially the district court rejected the lawsuit saying time spent on those taks is minimal. (anchor) taking a live look outside-- overlooking downtown san francisco. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it wias another hot day away from the coast. highs soared well above 100 degrees inland with 60s at beaches. a heat advisory continues through friday with another round of hot weather expected. doppler radar is
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also tracking another round of thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite you can see high pressure starting to weaken. this will allow for some slight cooling tomorrow and this weekend. highs will still be hot and in the 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and fog at the coast. while these temperatures will cool they will still be running above average away from the coast. cooler weather is expected to start the new month (vicki) over turned truck load... the thousands of monthstart the new month
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load... the thousands of pounds of organic produce spilled all over the road. (grant) cat poop (grant) cat poop health benefits. that's right. a certain parasite could have positive benefits to your brain. but it could also come with some negative side effects.
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maybe you could save energy by
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weaving your own shoes... out of flax. or simply adjust your thermostat. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. ( grant) happening now... popular frozen dinner brand "hungry man" is recalling it's "chipotle barbeque chicken wings" dinner. this all because of fear of salmonella. pinnacle
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foods is pulling the frozen food item. the company says the whey protein used to thicken the sauce might be contaminated with salmonella. no illnesses have been reported. the recall is strictly precautionary. if you have these in your freezer, you can return them to the store for a refund. (grant) more mothers are in the work force than ever before. (vicki) and new research suggests that being raised by a mom who works, is a good thing researchers in the u.s. and the u.k. looked at data from more than 100,000 men and women the results told a positive story. women who were raised by working moms were not only more likely to be employed, but also more likely to hold supervisory positions in their jobs, and make more money (grant) men who grew up with mother's who worked were found to spend an additional 50 minutes each weekcaring for family members. the study
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also found happiness levels as adults weren't affected whether mom had a career or stayed at home. (grant) a new study links a parasite found in cat feces with a lack of fear and increased risk-taking behaviors commonly found among entrepreneurs. humans can be infected with the toxoplasma parasite through direct contact with cat feces or things that have already been contaminated. the study estimates as many as two billion people around the world have been infected by the parasite. along with lack of fear ... the parasite has been associated with road rage incidents ... schizophrenia and even suicide. (vicki) single-use plastics threaten to overwhelm our oceans. as the movement to ban plastic straws gains popularity one park plans to completely ban straws and other plastics. (grant) 50 people have
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been displace from a fire. just how many structures have been distroyed. we take you to the scene just after the to the s
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yesterday afternoon in concord. officers followed the backhoe through the city for 20 minutes...closing various roads out of a concern for safety. the man ended up on willow pass road. the driver...whose name has not yet been released...eventually stopped...and was taken into custody on suspicion of auto theft....and evading police. investigators determined that the backhoe was stolen...and officers returned it to the rental company. (grant) check this out. chp out of oakland tweeted out sunflower seeds are the cause of a seeds are the cause of a road closure. 40,000 pounds of it! you can see the seeds made a huge mess along the roadway. the truck overturned blocking a lane of the west grand ave on ramp to east bound i-80/ (vicki ) a fire in the south bay near gilroy has destroyed several buildings. kron 4's lydia pantazes is in san martin with the latest. this fire is now fully contasined a total of five structures 3 of them homes.
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a total of 50 people displaced it statrted at 4:30 in the unincorportated area of gilroyauthorities briefly closed us 101 as they battled the flames last night they reopened at 7 pm we spoke to a woman who owns a garden center in the area and was forced to evacuate. no one was injured in this fire but authorities say you need to be careful because of the dry weather and hot temperatures. lp kron4 news san rafael fire tweeted out these pictures of a truck dangeling over and overpass.
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the department says two cars were involved in the accident. two vehicles also damaged below in parking area from trees below in parking area from trees by vegitation contained in overturned truck. (grant) also in the north bay. law enforcement agencies and first responders held an active shooter training exercise today. it just wrapped up at piner high school in santa rosa. the exercise was designed to prepare local law enforcement agencies...fire agencies...and school officials how to respond together to an active shooter incident. participants included the santa rosa police and fire departments...and california highway patrol. (vicki) imagine being woken up by a stranger asking for your wifi. a couple in palo alto called the police when a teenager broke into their house and then asked for their wifi password. police say the couple was asleep in their room when a masked teen woke them up and asked to use the internet. the male victim then shoved the suspect out of the house
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no one is injured. police arrested the boy on suspicion of felony residential burglary, prowling and providing false information to an officer. he is being held in santa clara county juvenile hall. lawrence karnow: it wias another hot day away from the coast. highs soared well above 100 degrees inland with 60s at beaches. a heat advisory continues through friday with another round of hot weather expected. doppler radar is also tracking another round of thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite you can see high pressure starting to weaken. this will allow for some slight cooling tomorrow and this weekend. highs will still be hot and in the 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and fog at the coast. while these temperatures will cool they will still be running above average away from the coast. cooler weather is expected to start the new month
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( vicki ) in national headlines tonight... it's deadline day for the government to reunite immigrant families separated at the u-s border - after entering the u-s illegally. ( grant ) the separations -- stemming from the trump administration's 'zero- tolerance' policy - announced in early april. as omar jimenez reports -- while many families are now back together - there are still hundreds who have yet to see their loved ones. arely/mother separated from son: (translated) "it was an incredibly hard experience for me when they separated me from my son. áthat has been the reality for many immigrant parents separated from their children at the border. arely/mother separated from son: (translated) "they took away my son, they told me i
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would never see him. they told me they would deport me and he would stay with the government. the u-s government says more than 1-thousand families have been reunited. nats but many still haven't had the chance to see their loved ones. more than á900 parents have been not reunited with their children missing thursday's key deadline.some parents can't be located - some have serious criminal records -- and others have already been deported -- without their children. the missed deadline sparking protests across the country. nats- protestsefren olivares/texas civil rights project: we don't know the circumstances of all the cases, but at least our clients, at least the ones we have been able to locate in central america. they did need not to be deported without their children. it was back on june 26th that a federal judge in california ordered a halt to most family separations and mandated a july 10th deadline to reunite children under 5 -- along with thursday's july 26th deadline to reunite áall remaining children.sen. jeff merkley/(d) oregon: so the separation itself was a horrific dark act. but then the administration didn't track the children and parents so it's having an enormously difficult time reuniting the families. jeff sessions/attorney general/ wcvb: we need congress to deal with the immigration question. there are loopholes in our laws and we need that are being exploited and we need to get them focused. in washington i'm omar jimenez
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more than half of hispanic adults have a difficult time communicating with a health care provider because of a language or cultural barrier. the associated press poll shows half of those who have faced those barriers turned to a family member or to another health care provider for assistance. in addition, many hispanics involved in the poll said they're concerned about language or cultural accommodations for those seeking nursing or long-term care services. (vicki) the walt disney company...has announced it will stop using single-use plastic straws and plastic stirrers at all of it's locations. disney officials said today that the policy will be in place by mid- 2019. the plan will eliminate more than 175
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million straws and 13 million stirrers annually. disney also announced it will transition to refillable in- room amenities like cups and glasses in hotels and cruise ships over the next few years. (grant) the award (grant) the award winning musical hamilton has grown in huge popularity. where you can see it next. (vicki) advertisers are now selling new ads you can post on your body. the unlikely place the ads will be posted.
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my name is cynthia haynes and i am a senior public safety specialist for pg&e. my job is to help educate our first responders on how to deal with natural gas and electric emergencies. everyday when we go to work we want everyone to work safely and come home safely. i live right here in auburn, i absolutely love this community. once i moved here i didn't want to live anywhere else. i love that people in this community are willing to come
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together to make a difference for other people's lives. together, we're building a better california. (vicki) get a whiff of
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this: a japanese company is hoping to turn armpits into a gold mine for advertising. you can now advertise on an armpit for under a hundred dollars an hour. and if think you've got some aesthetically pleasing pits and want to earn some money on the side... the wakino ad company is also looking for armpit models, both women and men. hopefully you like wearing tank tops and raising your hand a lot. in case you're wondering, wakino is owned by an underarm beauty product company. (vicki) southwest airlines says the mid-air accident in april that caused a passenger's death has cost the airline 100-million dollars worth of business. debris from a failed engine blew out a window on the jet, nearly sucking passenger jennifer riordan out of the plane. other passengers pulled her
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back in, but she died from her injuries at the hospital later. southwest reported a strong second-quarter profit thursday. however, it said it's still feeling the impact from the deadly accident. southwest's c-e-o said he expects the financial effects of the accident to abate in the third quarter. (grant) second day of 49ers camp is here...and we're moving on from jimmy garapolo's date with a porn star. now football is the focus... kron 4's kim smith takes us to the first offical day of practice. (lawrence) i'm chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, i'll have your full bay area forecast after the break.
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(grant) the 49ers are back on the field ...today fans in santa clara had the chance to check out the team's first training camp practice.(vicki) it's always fun because the fans can actually get an inside peek at how their team is coming along...kim smith was also in attendance alongside the faithful in santa clara
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you can see groups of fans out here at the first day of practice for the 49ers . you can see the fans behind me taking pictures and taking all that's to come with this new season.. and of course the 49ers are ready to push past all of the talk about how they ended last season and really get after showing and proving. today -- is the first day towards showing and proving... we saw an energetic group out on the field... it's always kind of like that first day of school feeling..everyone eager to get after it... jimmy g and the offense completing 4 of 9 passes... and the defense... already going for it on the back end... 2 interceptions today, coming when it's time to put the cameras down... richard sherman full go today for his first practice back.. defensive coordinator robert saleh worked with sherman in seattle... and he's enjoyed having some what of an assistant coach in sherman here with the niners....(sot) (saleh: he was talking to me in the entire practice about little things little indicators that our offense gives and just little things here and there.. but he's so into it mentally regards to football... athletically he looks the same.. and he'll tell you he's a little rusty
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but he looks great and we're excited to have him.)reuben foster continued to take first team reps... despite an upcoming suspension... shanahan and saleh both say he will continue to go with the ones and they will start addressing who will step in for him during that 2 me suspension when it gets closer to the season... but for now,, he is allowed to practice and play in preseason games..the players are itching to put on the pads... that starts on saturday...in santa clara... kim smith kron 4 sports### (vicki) moving on over to the raiders-- their first practice is set for tomorrow morning... and today was the day for the veteran players on the roster to report. (grant) but not everyone is present and accounted for... namely...their defensive superstar is m-i-a. mark carpenter joins us with the details on the back and forth between the team and khalil mack?
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it could be a while before we see number 52. he's already missed the team's voluntary workouts... last month's minicamp... and as mack is holding out of training camp due to contract negotiatons. here's a quick look at some of his teammates already in napa... you see marshawn lynch, martavis bryant, jordy nelson, and quarterback derek carr reported earlier this week --now, it's not known where mack and the raiders currently stand on their talks for a new deal. he's entering the final year of his rookie contract and set to make just under 14-million. . he is certainly in line to be among, if not áthe league's highest-paid defensive player. the all-pro was defensive player of the year in 2016..and has racked up more than 40-sacks through 4-seasons. --there's an interesting tidbit that surfaced today...espn reported that mack and jon gruden have yet to even speak to each other since gruden was hired in january. it's also worthy to note that rams d-lineman aaron donald, last year's defensive player of the year. .is also
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going through contract negotiations and is holding out of camp as well. so there's some belief that mack and donald are waiting to see how each other's talks pan out to see how the new pay scale is set. regardless, camp rolls on tomorrow and we will be there getting our first look at the jon gruden raiders. (grant) this might be no surprise... but wildfire are getting worse... and becoming more frequent across the state. ken wayne is in the newsroom tonight with what we're working on for kron4 news at 6. (ken) thank you grant. tens of thousands of acres burning in california right now... and tonight cal fire says there is no end in sight... and fire season is year-round problem. but-- fire officials say there is a reason for the increase in fires. and it is out of our control. plus-- get ready to pay more the next time you want a can of soda. the reason those prices are going up. we have those stories and more coming up on kron4 news at 6. grant and vicki now back to you in the studio. (vicki) we are getting
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reports of an earthquake near lake tahoe the nevada seismological laboratory says the 3.5 magnatude earthquake struck near lake tahoe early this morning. more than 380 people reported feeling the shaking.. according to the u.s. geological survey. this is including people about 50 miles away all the way in sparks, nevada. (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 wias another hot day away from the coast. highs soared well above 100 degrees inland with 60s at beaches. a heat advisory continues through friday with another round of hot weather expected. doppler radar is also tracking another round of thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite you can see high pressure starting to
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weaken. this will allow for some slight cooling tomorrow and this weekend. highs will still be hot and in the 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and fog at the coast. while these temperatures will cool they will still be running above average away from the coast. cooler weather is expected to start the new month ( grant ) the smash broadway hit
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'hamilton' could soon be hitting the big screen. several studios are reportedly
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in a bidding war for the rights to a recording of a live performance of the show. the rights could sell for more than 50 million dollars. but since the stage show is now touring the u-s and europe, owners want to keep the movie out of theaters until 20-20 or 20-21. hamilton has won eleven tony awards and the 20-16 pulitzer prize for drama. up next...dine and dish.a local restaurant is a favorite of oprah and she's putting her money where her mouth is...
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(grant) these days, the hottest trend in eating out is eating well.(vicki) tonight on dine and dish - i take a look at a healthy restaurant in walnut creek that's even caught the attention of oprah... it's called true food kitchen. "i love the chocolate cake. is it gluten free? it is gluten free." wicked gluten free dessert. "this is my favorite vinegrettes, it's a tumeric chia vinegrette." exotic salad dressing... just some of the menu items you'll find at true food kitchen that are yummy and healthy. "we're definitely a healthy dining out option." and that's caught the attention of media mogul oprah winfrey. "it works!" oprah likes the meals at true food kitchen so
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much that she's putting her money where her mouth is.. and investing in the healthy restaurant chain. we visited true food kitchen in walnut creek when it first opened to find out the inspiration behind it all. (clip...diet no diet it's realy good) as for oprah, her diet has been in the public eye for years. (clip) oprah's been a spokeswoman for weight watchers since 2015. (clip) now it seems oprah has set her sights on- the true food kitchen. her go to cocktail - the thai grapefruit martini. (vicki) (vicki)
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(vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(granti) ken wayne and pam moore are here with kron 4 news at six. (pam) thank you grant and vicki. new tonight at 6... incredible video highlighting the dangers of driving when you are too tired. a truck driver crashes-- nearly missing a construction worker, and killing two other people. what investigators are saying about the drowsy driver. (ken) plus... fire crews are mopping up a brush fire in the east bay... while other wildfires burn out of control in northern and
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southern california. and yosemite national park is closed to visitors. we have the latest on the firefighting efforts across the state. the news continues, next on kron 4 news at six. you could save energy by living off the grid. completely. you could generate your own energy, at home. maybe you could save energy by weaving your own shoes... out of flax. or... just set the washing machine to cold. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. (pam) governor
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jerry brown declaring a state of emergency in two counties.... as new wildfires erupted in northern and southern california. firefighters are battling not only flames but blistering heat.thanks for joining us. i'm pam moore and i'm ken wayne . homes have been lost, still more are in peril from one end of the state to the other. grant lodes is here to show us
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what's happening.grant? (grant) we've been telling you about the ferguson fire that has forced evacuations at yosemite. but right now bay area crews are also heading to the carr fire up by lake shasta. and overnight the cranston fire destroyed homes down in riverside county. "the big question is today, what is today going to bring?" triple digit temperatures stoked up the fire that exploded in the mountains west of palm springs yesterday. mario deniz, resident: "we had to leave our trucks over by the post office and we just hiked in. it's devastating seeing everything go like this."nat air tankers spread fire retardant in terrain too dangerous for ground crews. "the planes have been, almost nonstop there for about eight hours."the flames raced through the community of idyllwild, driving thousands of residents from their homes. scary, it's scaryanxious residents watched the wall of fire."everything that's precious to me is in my home right now."tmaking the community's loss even more heartbreaking... authorities think the fire was intentionally set. calfire
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officers arrested 32-year-old, brandon mcglover of temecula. they think he set several fires in southwest riverside county yesterday. one of them grew into the cranston fire.nat in shasta county, the carr fire tripled in size overnight to 20=thousand acres overnight, with only ten percent containment.nearly two hundred homes are threatened. the town of french gulch is under evacuation orders, but many people are staying to protect their homes and historic buildings.eric jue, french gulch hotel and saloon: "this bar here came from around the horn from england in 1850."in yosemite tonight, the visitors have left and fire crews have moved in.the giant ferguson fire expanded to 43=thousand acres and is moving toward the park boundaries.the fire is in its 14th day and it's still only 27 percent contained.here again the terrain is too dangerous for firefighters on the ground.the heavy smoke that forced the evacuation of yosemite valley also grounded air tankers, though a fleet of 18 helicopters has been dumping water on the steep hillsides.nat (grant) yosemite valley remains yosemite (grant) (grant) (grant) yosemite valley remains
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closed until valley remains yosemite valley remains closed until likely sunday... (ken)here is a look at temperatures around the state... as we get our first look at the four zone forecast at the four zone forecast with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it wias another hot day away from the coast. highs soared well above 100 degrees inland with 60s at beaches. a heat advisory continues through friday with another round of hot weather expected. doppler radar is also tracking another round of thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite you can see high pressure starting to weaken. this will allow for some slight cooling tomorrow
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and this weekend. highs will still be hot and in the 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and fog at the coast. while these temperatures will cool they will still be running above average away from the coast. cooler weather is expected to start the new month (pam) fire crews are getting the upper hand on the marsh fire, which broke out near clayton yesterday afternoon. while the fire is officially 60-percent contained, progress seems much more significant. kron 4's dan (pam) month
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(pam) fire crews are getting the upper hand on the marsh fire, which broke out near clayton yesterday afternoon. while the fire is officially 60-percent contained, progress seems much more significant. kron 4's dan kerman has more. this is what the marsh fire looked like when it broke out thursday along marsh creek road east of clayton... in what can best be described as horse country, gusty winds coupled with steep terrain and dry brush propelled the fire along marsh creek road forcing evacuationssot jake anglin/evacuated 35-45as day turned to dusk and then to night, the fire ultiamtely destroyed one home.. but fire crews say for the one destroyed, they saved at least 100 others, and these pink hillsides are proof of thatsot asst. chief mike marcucci/cal fire 59-109as firecrews worked thursday to mop up, roadblocks remained in effect for those along marsh creek road. while
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firefighters say there is now a permineter around the fire and no forward movement, more work must be done before homeowners can return.sot standup dan kerman/near clayton 149-159
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(pam) still ahead later in the newscast ... we will hear from the director of cal- fire...to talk more about the wildfires burning all over the state. stay with us. (ken) new video out of the east bay tonight showing a side-show hotspot. you can see the smoke from the burning rubber on the asphalt... this is a huge parking lot in an east bay marina...where cars come to do donuts and other stunts...and the guy who recorded this video says he is concerned that someone is going to get hurt. kron4's haaziq madyun takes us there...and tells us what police are doing to stop it. nats/sideshow videoyou are looking video of an illegal sideshow that happened monday
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here at mulford point in the san leandro marinajohn frazier recorded this video from his boat. he says illegal sideshows in this parking lot have been a problem for as long as he canremembersot that is exactly what happened 22-year-old andrew robles-lara of grass valley. he was arrested for reckless driving his bmw in a different sideshow the day after this video was recorded says san leandro police lt. robert mcmanussot
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not have seen the officers sitting in their marked patrol car and he started spinning donuts in the middle of the parking lot while jhis passenger stoood very close by and was video taping the incident. probably to post on a social media website. the officers quickly reacted and stopped that vehicle and arrested that individual driving the car right away">sot that is a concern for the san leandro police department as wellsot in san leandro haaziq madyun kron4news (ken) in the east bay. police have arrested a woman they believe is responsible for a hit and run that resulted in the death of a cyclist in crockett. the victim... christopher bunag.. was biking along san pablo avenue on tuesday evening when a car hit him. police say
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the vehicle didn't stop and bung died at the scene. investigators have arrested 28 year old kylie derksen after someone sent in an annonomous tip to the c-h-p. she is being charged with felony vehicular manslaughter and suspicion of felony hit and run. (pam) on the peninsula.... police are investigating a shooting threat .. made at a veterans affairs campus. it happened on miranda avenue, near page mill road in palo alto. police responded to reports of an active shooter around ten- o'clock this morning. officials say, they swept the campus but did not find any evidence of an active shooter. a v-a spokesperson says, the campus resumed regular activities an hour later. police say, they do not know who made the threat .. but takes them very seriously. (ken) also on the peninsula.... police have arrested a woman accused of kidnapping a toddler. mountain view officers say schauntel gomez went up st a woman while wearing a mask and forcably tried to take the woman's grand child. she hid the gtrandmother on the
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head and started threatening the mother. gomez then drove away without the child. police arrested gomez for attempted kidnapping, criminal threats, battery and possession of drug paraphernalia (pam) tonight the trump administration is under orders from a federal judge ... to reunite migrant families .. who were separated at the border. the judge ordered families to be reunited by this evening. but many say, the effort is falling short. mark meredith is in washington with a closer look. shouting (nats) and singing protestors took to capitol hill demanding the government work faster to reunite migrant families who were separated at the border.nat: "i am a child..."a federal judge ordered the government to reunite families by midnight thursday.but house democrats say hundreds of kids won't see their parents by the deadline...because they were already deported...nat: we can do better and we must do better "it is unclear that they have any plan, on how to to reunite those families" the administration the the
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administration says some children will stay in government care...because of safety concerns over adults with criminal records.illinois democratic senator dick durbin says the department of homeland security botched the separations and are now stalling. "the grim reality is they didn't keep track of the parents or the kids, who knows what they were thinking"but republican senator john kennedy says the government is reunite as many families as they can."they're doing everything they can to get the kids back with their parents, and i think they will"in washington, i'm mark meredith. (ken) coming up... drowsy driving by the operator of a semi - truck leads to a deadly crash.. (pam) also.. don't blame the soda tax... but the price you pay for a can of coke may soon be going up... (ken) some of san francisco's toughest neighborhoods under scrutiny by the city's new mayor london breed .. she wants to see and hear first- hand, what people are dealing with .. details next.
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today some gritty streets in san francisco's south of market got a surprise inspection from mayor london breed.it's part of a series of tours the mayor has done since taking office a little over two weeks ago. on friday the 13th... she walked out of city hall through the tenderloin to civic center bart.tuesday the 17th was a more official visit to watch the dismantling of a homeless encampment off king street... and today... the mayor walked several blocks around 6th and
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mission for another impromptu look-see. kron4's maureen kelly talked to the mayor about what she hopes to accomplish with these visits. we are going to continue walking straight thru the allyes which continue to be a problem.mayor london breed walked with the director of the fix it program about the problems that exist south of market....and what's being done to correct them. their power washed ad hoc basis when we get a 311 call that's what we need to change the pair, along with a few of her staff and some members of the media got a first hand look at grime on the streets, homelesses, and the evidence of hypodermic needles that litter the ground. while there were some signs of people working to clean up....the mayor felt like more could be done.i've seen maybe four people five people clean up i'm not seeing any police officers i haven't seen anyone from the homeless out reach team i haven't seen anyone except a merchant doing power washing that's really my concern we know that is the hotspot for so many different things we know there are a lot of different places like this all over the city what i'd like to knowwhere people deployed in the middle of the day where they deployed in the
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middle of the night?recently she took a similar tour around the tenderloin. an aide says she plans to take similar unannounced strolls around trouble spots regularly i don't want want the departments to come and clean it up and make it look all nice i want to see it like it looks every day. i can't walk every block of this city every day but there is someone walking these blocks every day and they are seeing the dirt the feces and what is problematic in our city.after her stroll she said she plans to hire more people to clean the streets and help with homeless outreach...in addition to adding more resources...she said and she wants reallocate resources so that streets that are known problem areas to be steam cleaned daily...maureen kelly kron4 news. time now for a live look outside... as we get a look at the forecast with meteorologist
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lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: it wias another hot day away from the coast. highs soared well above 100 degrees inland with 60s at beaches. a heat advisory continues through friday with another round of hot weather expected. doppler radar is also tracking another round of thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite you can see high pressure starting to weaken. this will allow for some slight cooling tomorrow and this weekend. highs will still be hot and in the 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and fog at the coast. while these temperatures will cool they will still be running above average away from the coast. cooler weather is expected to start the new month (pam) new video in tonight.... of a crash that killed two people in nevada last week.(pam) monthstart the new month
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(pam) new video in tonight.... of a crash that killed two people in nevada last week. in this dash cam video -- you can see a construction worker flagging down cars to stop. then suddenly, the semi-truck comes crashing in -- hitting multiple cars and just barely missing the worker. police say, the semi hit another car just before this video -- killing the driver and one passenger. investigators believe drowsy driving was a factor in the crash. the crash remains under investigation. police say, so far, no charges have been filed. (ken) new at 6. police say vandals in ohio targeted a yacht owned by education secretary betsy devos' family on sunday. the vessel - seen in this image from super-yacht- fan-dot-com - is reportedly
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worth 40-million dollars. police responded to a call sunday morning to find that the boat had been untied from a dock and set adrift. the yacht slammed into the dock before the captain says the crew was able to regain control of it. the resulting damages are estimated between five and ten thousand dollars. secretary devos was not in the area at the time of the incident. ( pam tele vo) affordability issues and not enough inventory may be to blame for a slight cooling ... of the still red hot bay area real estate market so far this summer. but as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, you wouldn't know it, judging from the market in san mateo county. jim bolton/better homes and garden real estate "...there is some seasonality, july is a big vacation month..."san mateo based realtor jim bolton says inventory is down but prices arestill going up.jim bolton "...houses still sell quickly and they are selling for more than the asking price, typically..."indeed, median prices in june for existing homes in the nine county region have seen double- digit gains over a year ago, to $920,000, but sales dropped 9-point-2 percent according to
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the real estate data firm core logic. i asked bolton to weigh in on that.jim bolton "....we are seeing some degree of variability, by that i mean price increases versus price decreases, so we're seeing a bit moe decreases which may be be an indication of what some are seeing as a softening of the market..."but not here in san mateo county, where the median sales price in june for single family homes was 1.5 million.nats (sales video) bolton has the listing for this home in montara. it has five bedrooms and an ocean view. jim bolton '......things are little less expensive out on the coast, it's about 3100 square feet, priced at about 2.1 million, that seems like a lot and it is for some people but based on a cost per square foot, this house is very reasonably priced..."bolton expects the montara home to sell quickly. he says the average sales price for the 400 homes sold so far this month in san mateo county rose by 6 percent. most had multiple offers and sold quickly.jim bolton "...the economy in the area is booming, silicon valley is going gang busters, the bo tech industry in south san francisco is gangbusters, unemployment is at 2 percent, there is still a big demand for housing here..."a demand that will remain high, even as affordability may be chasing some buyers away, until the supply of inventory can catch up. in san mateo rob fladeboe kron4news
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(ken) coming up (ken) (ken) coming up at six.. starbucks loses a major court challenge by employees not getting paid for work they do, when they are off the clock .. the broad implications for other workers. (pam) plus, facebook loses more than one - billion dollars .. among the
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biggest one day losses the market has ever seen .. what's behind the dramatic drop and what's next for the social media company.
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(ken) 4 your money tonight... we're taking a look at the news of the day that might affect your bottom line.(pam) our grant lodes joins us now with some stories that deal with your money.. .. grant? (grant) the coca-cola company is increasing its prices in response to the impact of president trump's recent tariffs. coke says the price hike is meant to compensate for increases in delivery costs and metal prices. it comes after mister trump imposed billions of dollars in tariffs on chinese goods earlier this year. coke is one of many... caught in the cross fire of rising u-s trade tensions china, mexico, canada, and the european union. tariffs on steel and aluminum are having an impact on companies including
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whirlpool, g-m, ford, and fiat- chrysler. (grant) a disaster day on wall street for facebook. shares plunged 19-percent today after executives warned that revenue growth would slow as the company focuses on user privacy. according to reuters....the sell-off vaporized about 119 billion dollars in market value - the biggest single-day loss for any public company in history. according to forbes.... founder mark zuckerberg lost almost 16 billion dollars. that dropped him from fourth to sixth on the list of richest people in the world. (grant) and starbucks is at the center of a law-suit involving paying workers for performing tasks when they're off the clock. today the califonria supreme court ruled in favor of starbucks employees who say they should be paid for tasks like closing down the store. the ruling states that workers must be paid for routine tasks they traditionally do off the clock... including locking up
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or setting a store alarm. initially the district court had rejected the lawsuit saying time spent on those tasks is minimal. however the ruling this morning was unanimous and a big victory for hourly workers. it means other companies will have to do the same thing. (ken) still ahead... the "john" in 'papa johns' pizza ... is now suing his own company because of the controversy that led to his ouster from the board ... (pam) massive wildfires raging up and down the state ... threatening lives and homes and pushing fire crews to the limit .. next up, we hear from the head of cal-fire about the challenge and what all california residents need to know. (lawrence)and i'm tracking your weeknight forcast... that's just ahead. you know when you go to ross for bedding... ...and you suddenly realize you're really into art? that's yes for less. every trend. every room. on any budget.
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...and you suddenly realizes you're really into art? that's yes for less. every trend. every room. on any budget. it feels even better when you find it for less. at ross. yes for less. (pam) we are covering four of the major wildfires burning across california tonight.... they are causing major evacuations, and with the heat rising, firefighters are working around the clock... and it is only july. (ken) governor brown has declared a state of emergency. earlier we spoke with the director of cal fire... ken pimlott... about why the wildfires are seeming to get worse over the years. the last four or five year's we've been comparing the current year to the previous year and almost every year it's been more fires and often more acres burned. this year we are seeing an increase in fires compared to this time last year and what has changed
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is this is earlier. the kinds of conditions right now. there isn't any part of the state that is immune to these conditions right now. these are the kids of peak conditions we would see in august or september and we are doing this in the middle of july. almost every year the more intense part of fire season comes earlier. we are seeing more extre weather events. we are seeing more weather storms and weather events that are more intense than they have been in the past. we also see our precipitation come more in the form of rain than snow and at different times and different patterns and all of that is generating fuel conditions and growth or drought that is different than what we have seen in the past. the droughts are more intense. and we are seeing it at different times of the year. so it's not that california hasn't experience catastrophic fire in previous decades. it's just that this is happening more intensely. our fire weather conditions are lasting for longer events and so are red flag warnings. (ken)(pam) time now (ken) (pam)(ken)(pam) time now
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for a look at tonight's top local stories. nats/sideshow videoyou are looking video of an illegal sideshow here at mulford point in the san leandro marina. sot
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nats/sideshow videoyou are looking video of an illegal sideshow here at mulford point in the san leandro marina. sotsot in san leandro haaziq madyun kron4news
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here in san mateo county, where the median sales price for a single-family home is 1-point-5 million dollars, sales are brisk and prices keep climbing. the average sales price for the 400 homes sold so far this month rose by 6 percent. but across the 9- county region, sales are down roughly 9 percent over a year ago according to threal estate data firm core buyers may be summer off but core logic affordability and scarce inventory are cool down. rob fladeboe kron 4 news lawrence karnow: it wias another hot day away from the coast. highs soared well above 100 degrees inland with 60s at beaches. a heat advisory continues through friday with another round of hot weather
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expected. doppler radar is also tracking another round of thunderstorms over the sierra. on the satellite you can see high pressure starting to weaken. this will allow for some slight cooling tomorrow and this weekend. highs will still be hot and in the 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s and fog at the coast. while these temperatures will cool they will still be running above average away from the coast. cooler weather is expected to start the new month (pam) papa john's pizza is getting sued by papa john himself. founder john schnatter was ousted as chairman of the board recently, after using the 'n-word' on a conference
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call with a marketing firm. he said he intended no harm, but agreed to resign as chairman while remaining on the board as a director. he filed a lawsuit in delaware thursday -- seeking to inspect company documents. the suit cites quote, "the unexplained and heavy- handed way... in which the company has treated him since the publication of a story... that falsely accused him of using a racial slur." schnatter still owns 29- percent of papa john's stock. (ken) drought and fire danger go hand in hand... something hand in hand... danger go hand in hand... something europeans are very aware of right now as wildfires grip the continent. but tongiht we're learning that the most devastating one... may be the result of arson...
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get my new spicy chicken club combo with a spicy, crispy chicken breast, hickory-smoked bacon, and melted cheese on toasted sourdough, plus fries and a drink, for just $5.99! $5.99? well, tickle my elbow! no thank you. try my spicy chicken club combo today. ( ken ) california isn't the only place dealing with devastating wildfires this month. greek authorities are now saying they have "serious indications" that the deadly wildfires near athens were set deliberately. that fire has killed at least 82 people. public order minister nikos tosk says the evidence is in the satellite image analysis and ground inspections. he says the blaze broke out in several areas during a short time frame on monday. and that it was likely a result of arson. the death toll from this fire has risen as the search for victims continues. ( ken ) meanwhile, countires across europe are
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battling record high temperatures and limited rain fall this summer.(pam) like greece ... sweden has had to contend with dozens of severe, drought -fueled forest fires as a result. these images show the vantage points above germany, sweden and denmark from space... and illustrate how rapidly the drought is affecting europe. vegetation is no longer green, but brown. (ken) and some of these issues may have to do with global warming... warm temperatures and dry weather in switzerland are having a massive impact on the nation's fish. between april and july, the country saw its lowest level of rainfall in nearly a century.( pam @ bam ) with rivers and creeks starting to run dry, officials have resorted to relocating fish to deeper bodies of water. in one area, fishing inspectors have conducted the process in 25 creeks -- stretching a total of roughly 21- point-seven miles.( ken @ bam ) biologists say if rain doesn't come soon, fish deaths in the area could reach levels
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not seen since 20-03, when roughly 90-thousand fish died. ( ken @ bam ) while the hot weather is mostly having a negative effect on the contenent... heatwaves in the united kingdom have actually unearthed lost or hidden ruins of former castles and garden decorations. (pam) the u-k national trust has released a selection of photographs of those hidden gems. you can see the outlines in the lawns. among them -- outlines of the mansion site in clumber park, nottinghamshire .. have reappeared. they show where the rooms and corridors once stood.. before the building was demolished. the u-k is currently in the midst of one of the hottest summers on record. in sports -- will khalil mack show up to training camp? new details have emerged on jon gruden's relationship with his all-pro pass rusher. meanwhile .. in santa clara... jimmy garoppolo and the niners open training camp.. our sports director, gary radnich has sights and sounds from 49ers headquarters.
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after winning their final five games of the season with jimmy garoppolo under center the niners have become the new darlings on the n-f-l. they are the only team with 5 games in prime time this season. today the 49ers kicked off training camp in santa clara. this offseason jimmy g signed a five year contract worth 137-point-5 million dollars. the niners have been looking for a franchise quarterback for nearly 20 years. with the addition of garoppolo... last season the 49ers finished with six wins after losing their nine games of the year head coach, kyle shanahan has higher expectation in year two "i see us as a team that has a chance to be
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better than we were last year. i think we've improved our talent, i think we've all gotten better at the schemes. i believe we're a better team, but that's just from experience and on paper. we gotta go out and put the work in. we finished last year strong but that has nothing to do with this year.""i think it's exciting for the fans, no doubt about it. it was a good end of the season, but, i mean, it sounds very cliche but it's a new year. we have new players, every team is different around the league now. you gotta start from the ground up and i think we started with that in otas and got a good jump on it. but now training camp is here and we have to take it one day at a time." the raiders will have their the raiders tomorrow in napa the big
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question is wheter oakland will offer khalil mack a new deal... to end his holdout. gruden and star pass rusher khalil mack reportedly have yet to speak since chucky returned to the sidelines the report says gruden made an attempt to get in contact with mack, but to no avail. the three-time pro bowler is currently in the last year of his rookie deal and is holding out, seeking a deal similar to divisional rival von miller. around the n-f-l... the packers are keeping their annual tradition going. this morning ...young packers
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fans lined up with their bicycles in hopes that a packers player would pick theirs to ride to their first training camp practice of the year. this started during the vince lombardi era. dozens of packers participated this year ... including former stanford linebacker blake martinez. mccollum: "i'm in the
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league, what do you mean why am i mad? in the western gotta play you mf'ers all the it is over and got eliminated by y'all a few times in the first durant: "you know you guys aren't going to championship." mccollum: "bro, we have the the capabilities. possible, we can championship." it got a little testy between kevin durant and blazers guard cj mccollum yesterday. kd went on his podcast and told him that portland essentially has no chance of winning a title and played like an 8-seed in the
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playoffs. that would set the stage for some back and forth on twitter. when mccollum called durant's decision to join golden state 'soft'... and it'd be like 'getting jumped with ur brothers by a gang you should have beat then joining the gang that jumped you' --durant then responded with... 'u think that low of me cj?' i just did your f'n podcast..snakes in the grass boy i tell ya. --and today, durant at u-s-a basketball minicamp... was asked about the social media chatter. durant: "wait so i'm the upset one because he responded to something i said?" reporter: "well it seemed like he was almost saying something about you and then you responded to that."durant: "yeah, but he didn't have to say something about me. okay then, so how am i upset?" reporter: "he went first." durant: "exactly."reporter: "you're upset that he went first."durant: "so cjs not upset, but i am."reporter: "i thought you might be upset at the notion of what was being..."durant: "maybe he was upset about something i did."
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(ken) (ken) (ken) technology... it can be invasive... or it can be live saving.the story of how one family is using technology to locate their missing daughter.
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you could save energy by living off the grid. completely. you could generate your own energy, at home. maybe you could save energy by weaving your own shoes...
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out of flax. or... just set the washing machine to cold. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. (pam) a family is
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desperate to find missing 20- year-old student mollie tibbetts. she is a university of iowa student... but is from oakland. investigators say, tibbetts was last seen more than a week ago. at least fifteen f-b-i agents are on the case... and they are using information from mollie's fitbit and social media accounts to help find her. angelina salcedo reports. nats:"we've got to find her, we will find her."from brookyln all the way to des
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moinesnats:"we're looking for you and we'll never stop."the search for mollie tibbetts is expanding.scott tibbetts/ mollie's brother:"its a missing person, my sister actually, we're just trying to spread the word as much as we can."while investigators sift through leads, mollie's family is spreading the word each day. hitting the road making sure each part of the state knows her story.scott tibbetts/ mollie's brother:"it's very important to spread the word and get people to call that number."mitch mortvedt/ iowa division of criminal investigation:"we are one week into he investigation. mollie disappeared last wednesday evening july 18th"both dci and the fbi have been called into to investigate mollie's disappearance.mitch mortvedt/ iowa division of criminal investigation:"we feel pretty confident with the timeline that we have put together, the direction she was going on her run."forensics experts have requested access to all of mollie's social media accounts including the fitbit she was wearing when she went missing. mitch mortvedt/ iowa division of criminal investigation:"it tracks so many things about
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you, about the user and that's what we are hoping to glean from any information, from any of these social media apps." say they aren't ruling out the possibility that this could be an abductionmitch mortvedt/ criminal investigation:"we're treating it is criminal" mollie's brother:"you don't ever imagine that in your life. walking by and seeing your sister on a billboard because she's missing." lawrence lawrence karnow: it wias another hot day away from the coast. well above 100 degrees inland with 60s at beaches. a heat advisory continues through friday with another round weather expected. is also tracking another round of thunderstorms over the satellite you can see high pressure starting to weaken. this will allow for some slight cooling this weekend. highs will still be hot and in 70s and 80s and 50s and 60s and fog at while these will cool they will still be average away from the coast. cooler weather is expected to start the new month last weather
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