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three of her family members. the wildfires burning across northern california are raging on and there is no sign of slowing down. hello i'm vicki liviakis. (grant) and i'm grant lodes. the most destructive fire burning tonight is in shasta and trinity counties. that's the carr fire burning near redding tonight. so far it has burned over one-thousand homes-- and e burned. let's go live chen is standing by with an update. natasha? thousands of firefighters are battling more than a dozen wildfires that are burning across california -- with officials saying they're likely going to get worse before they get better. natasha chen is in redding, california where the carr fire has destroyed more than 115- thousand acres. california officals are saying that all hands are on deck in the fight against 16 wildfires that have already burned at least 320- thousand acres across the state.the carr fire, burning near redding, california, has killed at least six people,
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and is now the sixth most destructive fire in california history.other major wildfires burning across california include the ferguson fire burning nearing yosemite national park, and the mendocino complex.authorities and forecasters both say residents should expect things to get worse before they get better.natasha chen, redding, california
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thousands of firefighters are battling (grant) now to the two fires burning in mendocino and lake counties. the fires have formed what is being calleed the mendocino complex... and right now it is threatening several locations in mendocino and lake counties. here is a look at exactly where those fires are burning near clearlake.
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the river fire is near lakeport in lake county... and the ranch fire is near upper lake right now-- more than 12-thousand buildings are threatened by these fires. (vicki) kron4's terisa estacio is live near lakeport tonight... terisa, what's the latest on these fires?
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these fires? latest on what's the latest on these fires?
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has more. will tran now.. (grant) california (grant)
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(grant) and a new fire is burning in mendocino county. this one is called the "eel" fire... and it broke out yesterday afternoon near covelo. so far it has burned 865 acres. we are expected to get updated numbers on this fire shortly. mandatory evacuations mandatory shortly. this fire shortly. mandatory evacuations are in place. (grant) now to the ferguson fire burning in mariposa county. it has now burned more than 62- thousand acres and is 39- percent contained. this fire has been burning for about two and a half weeks now. two firefighters
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were killed in this fire. one building has been one building has been destroyed... but no homes have burned. the fire has also forced the closure of yosemite valley...through at least sunday.sunday. (vicki) a health advisory remains in effect in solano county... where smoke, mostly from the mendocino complex fires, has engulfed the area for days on end. kron four's philippe djegal reports from vacaville where people are doing their best, dealing with smoky skies. (philippe) unhealthy air covers the solano county skies... affecting some visibility for drivers on the road... but having more of an impact on people trying to get errands done around town. kristina kawczynski/passerby- "it is terrible out here."jan littlefield/passerby- "it's pretty bad."tom stuart/passerb
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y- "oh, gosh its awful." tom stuart lives just east of sacramento... and, says he's taking a road trip to the coast to get away from the smoke.tom stuart/passerby- "the smoke is backing up in in the valley. i'm kind of at the edge of the foothills right there between placerville and folsom, and um, gosh you sit there all day long and your eyes burn and itch and all that good stuff." the smoke advisory issued by the solano county public health department tuesday remains in effect. warning that outdoor activities should be avoided or reduced until the skies clear up. especially for those with heart conditions... or, respiratory issues like lee singleton in vacaville.lee singleton/asthmatic- "you know, a lot of ash in the air, you know, making it a little difficult to breathe, but you know, just keep an inhaler and try to stay inside, keep thr a/c running and, um, helps out a lot." the health department says children are especially at risk for negative effects from exposure to wildfire smoke and ash... mainly because their lungs are still growing. most of the smoke in solano county is coming from the mendocino complex fires.kristina kawczynski/passerby- "it's just, you know, such a terrible time, i know its summer vacation still for a
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lot of kids and that sort of thing. but its its tough." deborah suttkus/struggling to breathe- "exercise has to be done indoors, you know, no gardening right now. but what are you gonna do? it's fires, you know. they're pretty bad right now." for people who have to work outside... the health department suggests checking in with your employer about taking more frequent breaks. in solano county, philippe djegal, kron four news. (grant) (grant) let's get a check on the conditions now with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.(vicki) lawrence, is the air quality going to get worse in the coming days? lawrence karnow: hiigh pressure is finally showing signs of weakening on this first day of august. it was still hot inland with some highs reaching into the low 90s. but overall temperatures cooled today and that trend will continue. more afternoon thunderstorms developed over the sierra again, on the satellite image you can see a couple areas of low pressure off the coast. they will help
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weaken the high pressure and move it further east. highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and patchy fog at the coast will keep highs there in the 50s to low 60s. lows tonight will be cooler and actually slip into the 40s in the north bay. it may warm slightly with plenty of sunshine on friday before it coole below normal this weekend. high pressure will strengthen again next week to bring hot weather inland again. (vicki) and stay with kron-4 as we have continuing coverage of the wildfires burning across the state. download our kron-4 mobile app to always get the latest breaking news alerts. (grant) coming up... a major salad and wrap recall - because of parasite concerns. where the possibly tainted food may have been sold here in the bay area. everything just went black and ... you didn't see anything. you just felt like you were suffocating and i thought i was dying."(vicki) the story of a survivor. a girl injured on a lava boat
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tour speaks about the moment the lava bomb hit and the one person she is so thankful for helping her. (grant) and after the break... a new school in the south bay... won't be ready in time for the school year. where parents are now scrambling to find a place for their kids to go. at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world. connecting with the things that matter most. and because nothing keeps us more connected than the internet, we've created access from at&t. california households with at least one resident who receives snap or ssi benefits may qualify for home internet at a discounted rate of $10 a month. no commitment, deposit, or installation fee. visit att.com/accessnow to learn more. (grant/on cam) it's
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august already. and for many familes across the bay area, it wont be long before it's time to go back to school.
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but the launch of a new charter school in the south bay has hit a snag. kron four's rob fladeboe joins us now live from san jose to explain what'sgoing on. rob? (rob live) im here at "allen at steinbeck school in south san jose. for a while there it looked like steinbeck would be sharing it's facilities with a brand new public charter school, but now that's not going to happen. heres more. yolanda bernal-samano/promise charter school parent "....we were definitely very excited about opening promise academy...."yolanda bernal-samano and some 200 other families have enrolled their children in the new promise academy public charter school, which was offered space here at allen at steinbeck school, to open this fall, but now that's not going to happen.yolanda-bernal- samano "....were disappointed
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we were unable to come to a collaboration on a school in the downtownarea...." bernal-samano would have preferred horace mann or one of five otherdowntown area elementary schools, but san jose unified school district, which is mandated by law to provide space to charter schools, says that's not possible,lili smith/san jose unified school district ".....we do not have any facilities available that would meet the needs for k-8 students, it's justnot there...but we do have a school that meets all their needs and it's there waiting for them..."san jose unified acknowledges that some of the downtown schools do indeedhave extra space due to declining enrollmement and that allen at steinbeck would better accommodate the promise students. lili smith/san jose unified "...it has appropriate bathrooms, it has a gym and it is just abetter fit for a middle school aged student..."the promise charter parents had hoped for a downtown school to be close to the the tech museum of innovation, which was going to help with the schools innovative ciriculum. yolanda bernal-samano says allen at steinbeck school, five miles south of her downtown home, is just too far away.yolanda bernal-samano "....transportation wise it's just not going to work, we had hoped the district would come around andgive us one of the schools in the downtown area..." (rob live) yes, the district says transportation is available. the kids could ride
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a bus, bt the charter school or it's families would have to would have to pay for it,no different than other public school families. barring a change of heart on one side or the other, it looks like the promise charter families will send their kids back to their neighborhood schools this fall. live in san jose rob fladeboe kron4 news. a health alert has been issued for salads and wraps that were sold at popular grocery and drug stores including trader joe's and walgreens. the u-s department of food safety says the salads may have been contaminated with a parasite that can cause intestinal illness. the salads... which contained certain beef... pork and poultry...
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all had "best by" dates between july 18th and july 23rd. but doctors say it could take more than a week before people start feeling the symptoms. the symptoms include weight loss... stomach cramps... vomiting... headache and fever. the illness can last for a few days to a few months and be treated with antibiotics. for a list of the products affected you can visit our website at kron 4 dot com. (grant) celebrating a bay area icon. today was a day to remember and feflect on dwight clark's remarkable life. people packed grace catherdral in san francisco today. the 49ers receiver... best known for "the catch" died after a long battle with als back in june. kron4's maureen kelly as he was remembered by the team's former owner and his teammates. one of the most striking moments was when team's pastor asked for all of dwight clark's former teammates and coaches to come up to the alter at grace catherdral.... those in attendence said he
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speaks to the man they were there to honor.....dwight clark. i think it was an impact of a life well lived can i have can have on so many people and even as a business it is rough and tough and cutthroat as professional football i think it just speaks to the man that he was off the field it was on the field that he cemented his place in sports history and his status as beloved hero in the hearts of 49ers fans with the catch in 1982 during the nfc championship. a touchdown that helped the niners beat the then seemingly unstoppable dallis cowboys and put the team on the road to their first of five superbowl victories. he was remembered by former quaterback joe montana and as loyal teammate and humble and funny man.the one thing he would always say to me though, you know they don't call it the throw. in ending i will say do you do you see, yes that's true my friend and i will catch you on the other side, i love you and i miss you and it was a pleasure having you in my life the team's former owner, eddie debartalo says als took a lot from the star player...but not everything.i couldn't break his spirit and i didn't dare touch his heart and his great smile. i'm so very thankful that i've had so many moments he left me to cherish, how many of us can say that our best moments where as magnificent as histhe candlestick goal post where clark made history is now installed on debartalo's ranch in montana.(standup) some of dwight clarks'a ashes have been scattered there....at a stone placed near that goal
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post....the same appromiate distance where the catch was made....an inscription on the stone reads "dwight clark the dynasty began with you." maureen kelly kron4 news.some of dwight clark's ashes have been scattered a tombstone placed near the goal post from what is arguably the greatest catch in sports historysome of dwight clarks ashes have been scattered at eddie debartolo's montana ranch (anchor) (anchor) taking a live look outside-- overlooking look outside-- taking a live (anchor) (anchor) taking a live (anchor) taking a live look outside-- overlooking downtown san francisco.
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(anchor) time now to check on our weather... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: hiigh pressure is finally showing signs of weakening on this first day of august. it was still hot inland with some highs reaching into the low 90s. but overall temperatures cooled today and that trend will continue. more afternoon thunderstorms developed over the sierra again, on the satellite image you can see a couple areas of low pressure off the coast. they will help weaken the high pressure and move it further east. highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and patchy fog
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at the coast will keep highs there in the 50s to low 60s. lows tonight will be cooler and actually slip into the 40s in the north bay. it may warm slightly with plenty of sunshine on friday before it coole below normal this weekend. high pressure will strengthen again next week to bring hot weather inland again. (vicki) still ahead.. a warning in the east bay after a credit card skimmer is found. why police say it's a growing problem.
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(grant) plus after the break-- a young woman injured by the lava explosion in hawaii-- is opening up about her horrific injuries. (vicki) (vicki) and it's been more
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than two weeks since 23 people on a hawaiian tour boat were injured by a lava bomb. the tourists were in kapoho bay, trying to get a closer look at kilauea's eruption -- when a flying hunk of lava hit the vessel. manolo morales checked in with one of the victims -- a young illinois woman named jessica tilton. jessica tilton/lava accident victim: "everything just went black and ... you didn't see anything. you just felt like you were suffocating and i thought i was dying."tilton describes the lava rocks combined with ash as a cloud that overcame the left side of the tour boat. she was sitting closest to the railing, and says she leaned over to protect her sister sitting right next to her, when a lava rock about two feet in
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diameter hit her.jessica tilton/lava "i kept screaming, 'cause my leg because my leg hurt. i heard the captain saying is anyone hurt, and my dad was saying my daughter, my daughter."she's grateful to those who helped, including two surgeons who were also sightseeing.rob tilton/victim's father: "there was a french surgeon who left his own sons that were injured." jessica tilton/lava accident victim: "he was the nicest man ever. i cannot thank him enough, i don't even remember his name. he was so nice, he was seriously the nicest man alive."she says she raised concerns about how close the boat was getting right before everything happened.jessica tilton/lava accident victim: "it was too close for comfort for me personally. i said that to my sister, just was a little closer. i just thought it was a little close."so now she a has long road to recovery with her leg broken in two places, as well as injuries to her hips and back. jessica tilton/lava accident victim: y know, just using a lot of hope, just the goal of returning to normal life."
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(vicki) the coast guard is investigating the incident ... and has expanded the required safety zone surrounding active lava flows in hawaii. (grant) next.. an east bay community steps up after recent and deadly attacks on bart. what volunteers are doing to make riders feel safe. (vicki) plus... we'll show you how people here in the bay area are helping victims of the deadly carr fire.
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(grant) back to the latest on the wildfires burning across northern california tonight. combined, the fires in mendocino, lake, shasta, trinity, and mariposa counties have burned more than 250- thousand acres. and right now-- firefighters are grinding...working grueling shifts in extreme heat...trying to increase containment. more than one thousand homes and been lost... and right now-- more than 14-and right now-- more than 14-thousand structures are still threatened. (vicki) thousands of people have been forced from their homes due to these fires... kron 4's dan kerman is live in lower lake tonight at an evacuation
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center... dan?
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joining us on the phone now is scott mclean with cal fire. scott, give us the latest update. australia and new zealand are sending 146 firefighters and fire managers to help their counterparts in the western united states.the u.s. national interagency fire center said wednesday it requested the help because its resources are stretched thin. the two countries are sending supervisors, safety officers, heavy equipment and helicopter managers, helicopter crew members and structure
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protection specialists.they're expected to arrive at the interagency fire center in boise, idaho, late this week and then be deployed after a one-day orientation.this is the seventh season since 2000 that australia and new zealand have sent firefighters to the united states. the u.s. sent firefighters to australia in 2003, 2007, 2009 and 2010.a disaster relief organization says it's preparing to send respiratory masks, hygiene kits and other first aid supplies to help thousands of people displaced by a massive wildfire in northern california.americares said wednesday it is working with a local health center in redding, california, where 38,000 residents were displaced by the blaze. thousands have been allowed to return home, but the hardest-hit areas in impoverished lake county remain out of reach.americares says the shipment will help families to protect their health.red cross spokesman stephen walsh says the organization has five shelters opened, though he says some people are starting to return home.the wildfire burning and polluting the air since july 23 has destroyed more than 1,000 homes. it was 34 percent contained wednesday.california gov. jerry brown says the state will spend whatever it takes to fight wildfires ravaging california that have wiped out more than 1,000 homes and killed eight people so far. just a month into the budget year, the state has already spent one quarter of its annual fire budget, at least $130 million.brown said wednesday that the state's funding is in good economic shape thanks to a robust rainy
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day fund.but the democratic governor warned that about 16 large fires now burning mostly in northern california represent a new threat for firefighters and emergency officials.he says they are being surprised and every year is teaching authorities new lessons. a wildfire near redding that destroyed more than 1,000 homes is now the sixth-most destructive in state history. officials said tornado-like winds whipped up the fire in unpredictable ways. (vicki)(vicki) also (vicki) (vicki) also 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) in the east bay... police are warning about a possible credit card scam. over the weekend...
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alameda police officers discovered a card reader with a camera attached to it on an a-t-m. these are pictures of the a-t-m. police say a pinhole camera was being used to record people's pin numbers. experts say that the number of a-t-m's being targeted by these types of devices has increased by nearly 10% in a year. (vicki) in the south bay... police are searching for three men who ransacked a home in milpitas. this video surveillance of the burglary shows three men at the scene. the burglary happened last monday on the 1300 block of chewpon avenue. police say the men drove away in a black ford or toyota pickup truck. ford or toyota pickup truck. (grant) in the north bay... voters innovember whether to renew a half-cent sales tax to pay for transportation projects. the tax would be good for the next 30 years... áif it's renewed. the board of supervisors unanimously
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approved putting the sales tax measure on the ballot. the tax would raise 49-million dollars a year. lawrence karnow: hiigh pressure is finally showing signs of weakening on this first day of august. it was still hot inland with some highs reaching into the low 90s. but overall temperatures cooled today and that trend will continue. more afternoon thunderstorms developed over the sierra again, on the satellite image you can see a couple areas of low pressure off the coast. they will help weaken the high pressure and move it further east. highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and patchy fog at the coast will keep highs there in the 50s to low 60s. lows tonight will be cooler and actually slip into the 40s in the north bay. it may warm slightly with plenty of sunshine on friday before it coole below normal this weekend. high pressure will strengthen again next week to bring hot weather inland again.
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(grant) coming up... a new tool could help you track your social media use. why facebook and instagram are trying to help curb online addiction. (vicki) a major car maker is trying to prevent parents from leaving their kids in hot cars. see the new technology after the break. you know when you're at ross shopping for backpacks... ...and mom also gets a back-to-school bag? that's yes for less. ross has the brands you want for back to school. and it feels even better when you find them for less. at ross. yes for less. and i am a senior public safety my namspecialist 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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remembering things a little easier. they've created a back-seat alarm. it reminds drivers of anything they may have forgotten in the back seat -- like kids. the rear door alert will monitor how often you open and close your door. if it finds that a door was open and closed... but not reopened again -- it will alert the driver using a series of distinctive honks. the new technology will debut in the new pathfinder s-u-v when it's released next month. (grant) still ahead... the community sets up after recent deadly attacks on bart. what volunteers are doing to make riders feel safe.
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(vicki) a big story tonight-- after several recent homicides at bart stations... a number of community members are joining forces as safety escorts at bart stations across the east bay. kron 4's ali reid spoke to the safety advocates... and has
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the story. this group of men decided to take a stand ... hoping with their work, the fatalities surrounding bart will stop.pkg at the richmond bart station ... safety escorts, we want you to feel safe tonight.a group of men volunteer walk anyone that may need their help.we could walk them down to the bart station, or to their cars. we just want them to know the community cares this comes after 4 people were recently found dead at different bart stations. i just cant even think about that we want to prevent those types of issues from re-occurring in the bay areanot everyone is willing to accept the offer at first glance.at first there's an apprehension, they don't know what we're doing. as the days went by they saw us and were more receptivebut there are definitely those who appreciate it.sometimes i don't feel safe anymore and i come home latei thought, what a great thing to do. what a wonderful community thing to do. it exemplifies what a great community we live in after helping out in richmond, the safety escorts headed over to el cerrito del norte. it
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didn't stop there.we got folk at pittsburg, concord, west oakland, macarthur station, as well as the ashby stationit's just a little bit more comforting to know that these people are out here trying to do something and lend a helping handstandupthe group started the safety escorts last tuesday. they plan to continue doing it until they feel a sense of safety has been restored on bartreporting live from richmond ... ali reid ... kron 4 news. (grant) citizen escorts are not the only idea to improve safety on bart. justine waldman is standing by in the newsroom with what we are working on for kron4 news at six.(justine) thank you grant..coming up new tonight at six.. following a spike in violent crime....we will hear from a bart board member who has a "five point plan" to keep bart riders safe. it includes getting bart cops out of their cars.. plus -
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former president barrack obama has put out a list of candidates he's endorsing for 2018.. but one very notable california democrat is not on it. that's coming up next at six.. grant? (grant) thank you justine- we will see you at six. (vicki) ever wondered ájustá how much time you spend on social media!? well now facebook and instagram want to answer that question for you. today... the two companies are rolling out new features on their mobile apps to help users better manage their time on social media. the features break down time spent on each app on a daily and weekly basis. users can also temporarily mute push notifications... and set reminders to tell them when they've reached a self- determined cut-off time for the day. (vicki)(vicki) facebook announced it identified and shut down 32 fake accounts yesterday... calling them sophisticated efforts to disrupt the u-s elections. (grant) cyber security
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experts told senators today that's no longer enough for cyber protection. alexandra limon reports from washington.
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(anchor) taking a live (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: hiigh pressure is finally showing signs of weakening on this first day of august. it was still hot inland with some highs reaching into the low
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90s. but overall temperatures cooled today and that trend will continue. more afternoon thunderstorms developed over the sierra again, on the satellite image you can see a couple areas of low pressure off the coast. they will help weaken the high pressure and move it further east. highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and patchy fog at the coast will keep highs there in the 50s to low 60s. lows tonight will be cooler and actually slip into the 40s in the north bay. it may warm slightly with plenty of sunshine on friday before it coole below normal this weekend. high pressure will strengthen again next week to bring hot weather inland again. inland again. (grant) tball season
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gets closer. we'll take a the team is doing.
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(grant) you have to love this news if you are a football fan... the first game of the year is tomorrow night when the bears and ravens meet in the hall of fame game. as for our bay area teams, they don't open the preseason until next week, so in the meantime, the 49ers and raiders...are rolling on with training camp.(vicki) starting with the silver and black, mark carpenter tells us how players are settling in to jon gruden's system nearly a week into camp. when jon gruden was first hired he said he wanted to throw it back to 1998, but maybe he wanted to go back a little further. earlier this week, players said one of the
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hallmarks of their meetings with coach...is a lot of grainy film from the 1970s, th. it's partof learning the raiders system...and seeing what worked in the past and how some concepts can translate to today's game. coach says there's a lot of wisdom to be gained from the classicssot"'i'm just trying to make some points. there were some guys that played the game that were pretty good. i think they love it. they love seeing berry sanders. i think they love seeing joe montana in the two-minute drill. i had a couple of young guys get up there, they didn't know who jack tatum was. they didn't know who art shell was. part of that is having a respect for the league that you're in and the guys that came before you. you try to accomplish a lot. you only have them for so long. you try to keep their attention span. then all of a sudden, man, there's dan marino. man, i didn't know he had that quick of a release. geez, he was pretty good. a lot of these guys never heard of mark cooper or mark clayton. i think they like it. you can make some points, show some great routes and also teach them a little bit about the people that can before you. as gruden works with the players who are currently here, the big story remains..still no khalil mack, who's continuing his contract holdout. until he comes back, the raiders carry on and the next big highlight of camp are joint practices with the lions next week.reporting fromnapa, mark carpenter kron4 news (vicki) that wraps up kron 4 news
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that wraps up kron 4 news at 5.(grant) ken wayne and justine waldman are here with kron waldman are and justine ken wayne and justine waldman are here with kron 4 news at six. (ken) thank you grant and vicki.coming up tonight at six.. we are tracking the spread wildfires that have caused death and destruction across california. as firefighters try to get a handle on the situation - we are now seeing new fires starting...(justine) then - new at six..after a spike in crime on bart... we'll hear from a bart board member about her plan to keep riders safe on trains.we'll tell you what exactly she wants from bart police. that's all coming up next on kron4 news at six. just when you thought you were done painting... ...you discover paint bleed under your tape... not with frogtape!
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california: "t i would suspect there will be more fires to come. and more fires each year for a very long time."> governor jerry brown speaking today about the fires that continue to burn across the state. almost 13- thousand firefighters are on the lines of the 16 large wildfires burning in california. (ken) thank you for joining us. i'm ken wayne.(justine) and i'm justine waldman in for pam moore. this is a map of the fires burning all over the state. combined, they have burned more than 320 thousand acres and destroyed more than 16-hundred structures. (ken) the carr fire... in shasta counties is now more destructive than the 2017 nuns fire in sonoma county. meanwhile...the
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two fires burning in mendocino and lake counties... which is being called the medocino complex fire.... is threatening several different areas tonight. (justine) here is a look at exactly where those fires are burning near clearlake. the river fire is near lakeport in lake county... and the ranch fire is near upper lake right now-- more than 12-thousand buildings are threatened by these fires. (ken) kron4's terisa estacio is live near lakeport tonight...with the latest on these fires.
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(ken) thanks terisa. and
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we have team coverage tonight of the fires burning (ken) thanks terisa. and we have team coverage tonight of the fires burning in mendocino county. (justine) kron 4's dan kerman is live at an evacuation center in lower lake.... with evacuees. dan? dan? dan?
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(justine) now to the most destructive fire burning tonight... up in shasta and trinity counties. so far.... the carr fire has burned over one-thousand homes-- and more than 115- thousand acres are burned. (ken) let's go live to redding tonight. natasha chen is standing by with an
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update. natasha? q: it sounds like more areas are opening up for people to return home. what needs to be done for people to return to where you are? that's going to be quite a shock for some of them...q: firefighters from different areas are covering redding today. that's to give the local firefighters in town a moment to grieve for a fallen colleague?q: has the white house said anything about federal resources to help with these wildfires?q: the california governor has watched the fire conditions change over the decades. what does he say about the worsening situation?q: natasha -- officials say this is pretty early for fires to be this bad, right? (justine) (justine) now to the
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ferguson fire burning in mariposa county. it has now burned more than 62- thousand acres and is 39- percent contained. this fire has been burning for about two and a half weeks now. two firefighters were killed in this fire. one building has been destroyed... but no homes have burned. the fire has also forced the closure of yosemite valley...through at least sunday. lawrence karnow: hiigh pressure is finally showing signs of weakening on this first day of august. it was still hot inland with some highs reaching into the low 90s. but overall temperatures cooled today and that trend will continue. more afternoon thunderstorms developed over the sierra again, on the satellite image you can see a couple areas of low pressure off the coast. they will help weaken the high pressure and
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move it further east. highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and patchy fog at the coast will keep highs there in the 50s to low 60s. lows tonight will be cooler and actually slip into the 40s in the north bay. it may warm slightly with plenty of sunshine on friday before it coole below normal this weekend. high pressure will strengthen again next week to bring hot weather inland again. (ken) (ken) a health (ken) (ken) a health advict in s county... where smoke, mostly from the mendocino complex fires, has engulfed the area for days. kron four's philippe djegal reports from vacaville where people are doing their best, dealing
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with smoky skies. (philippe) for some people... under the hazy skies... comes a shortness of breath, coughing, wheezing chest tightness or pain.robert young/retired fire fighter- "if you have heart or lung issues, um, or respiratory problems, its probably best to stay inside." most of the smoke hovering over solano county is coming from the mendocino complex fires... carrying with it small particulate matter than can be breathed danergously deep into the lungs.joy taylor/passerby- "i like to run outside. i'm finding its hard to run out there." difficult and also unsafe.jan littlefield/pass erby- "we're certainly staying inside and you know, taking it kind of easy, and you feel congested and you can really, i mean, its, its really bad." kristina kawczynski (kuh-zin-ski) has been in the south bay for a few days... but is driving back home north near redding.kristina kawczynski/passerby- "i've been driving with my, my windows up and a/c blasting. so, that way i'm not dying." the health department says children and pregnant women are at greater risk of experiencing health problems related to wildfire smoke. deborah suttkus/passerby- "it stings the eyes and it does make me cough and that's no good. so pretty much, all the neighbors are indoors for now."
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kristina kawczynski/passerby- "netflix and chill all day, if you can."tom stuart/passerby- "heading to the coast. getting of the smoke." if you're in prolonged pain or discomfort as a result of the poor air quality... the health department says contact a physcian immediately. in solano county, philippe djegal, kron four news. (justine) dramatic new video shows the frightening moments a mexican airliner crashed. what passengers are saying about what they thought could be their last moments alive. (ken) and we'll take you to the emotional service for 49ers legend dwight clark. the tears and laughter as his life is honored. (justine) and... a five point plan to increase safety on bart. we'll talk about what exactly it entails.... after the break.
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carrying 103 people crashed just after taking off from an airport in northern mexico yesterday. new video tonight shows the frightening moments just before and after the crash. (ken) passengers escaped via the emergency slides minutes before the aircraft went up in flames. durango officials say it appears that a strong wind brought down flight 2431.
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no one died...but more than four dozen people were hospitalized. one of the passengers -- a priest from chicago -- suffered a broken arm."well to be honest with you i thought that was it. i'm just very glad that we weren't able to climb any higher, or fly any faster. i think that would've made the biggest difference." (ken) according to mexico's health ministry, 25 people are still in the hospital tonight. that includes the pilot, who is in serious condition after five hours of surgery... and an 8 year old girl who suffered burns over a quarter of her body. (justine) the coast guard announced today during its investigation of the duck boat incident in missouri... the tour boat violated inspection. the vessel sank back in july killing 17 people who were on board. the coast guard discovered the boat could only handle winds up to 35 miles per hour. and while the boat started the excursion in calm conditions... investigators said the wind speed at the
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time of the accident was more than 70 miles per hour. (ken/on cam) to the south bay now where disappointment looms as this month signals back to school. as kron fours rob fladeboe reports now, thegrand opening of a new charter school has been delayeduntil next fall. yolanda bernal-samano/promise charter school parent "....we were definitely very excited about opening promise academy...."yolanda bernal-samano and some 200 other families have enrolled their children in the new promise academy public charter school, which was offered space here at allen at steinbeck school, to open this fall, but now that's not going to happen.yolanda-bernal- samano "....were disappointed we were unable to come to a collaboration on a school in the downtownarea...." bernal-samano would have preferred horace mann or one of five otherdowntown area elementary schools, but san jose unified school district, which is mandated by law to provide space to charter schools, says that's not possible,lili smith/san jose unified school district ".....we do not have any facilities available that would meet the needs for k-8
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students, it's justnot there...but we do have a school that meets all their for acknowledges that some of the downtown schools do indeedhave extra space due to declining enrollmement and that allen at steinbeck would better accommodate the promise students. lili smith/san jose unified "...it has appropriate bathrooms, it has a gym and it is just abetter fit for a middle school aged student..."the promise charter parents had hoped for a downtown school to be close to the the tech museum of innovation, which was going to help with the schools innovative ciriculum. yolanda bernal-samano says allen at steinbeck school, five miles south of her downtown home, is just too far away.yolanda bernal-samano "....transportation wise it's just not going to work, we had hoped the district would come around andgive us one of the schools in the downtown area..." rob fladeboe/san jose "....a spokesman for promise charter says it is committed to working with the district to hopefully work something out for nextyear. but this fall, the families signed up for promise charter will returnto their neighborhood schools. in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news
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(justine) silicon silicon valley is backing off the per employee tax... for now. the cupertino city council voted on tuesday to let voters decide in 20-20. the tax would have produced nearly ten million dollars a year to help relieve traffic. the tax was specifically geared toward the city's largest employer, apple, which pushed back at the tax. currently the tech company employes more that 24-thousand people. mountain view placed a similar tax on google with no objection. that will create 6-million dollars for transit and housing. (ken) wells fargo has agreed to pay a 2-billion dollar fine to settle claims it misled investors about subprime mortgage loans sold between 2005 and 2007. the
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collapse of the subprime mortage market let to the financial crisis of 2008. however the san francisco based company did not admit to any wrongdoing in the settlement. the bank has been under fire in more recent years for other practices... such as opening accounts without customers knowledge, charging for unnecessary car insurance... and alleged overdraft fee charges. (ken) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now with the four zone forecast. lawrence karnow: hiigh pressure is finally showing signs of weakening on this first day of august. it was still hot inland with some highs reaching into the low 90s. but overall temperatures cooled today and that trend will continue. more afternoon thunderstorms developed over the sierra again, on the satellite image you can see a couple areas of low pressure off the coast. they will help weaken the high pressure and move it further east. highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and patchy fog
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at the coast will keep highs there in the 50s to low 60s. lows tonight will be actually slip into the 40s in the north bay. it may warm plenty of sunshine on friday before it coole below normal this weekend. high pressure will strengthen again next week to bring hot weather inland again. (justine) (justine) another update
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on the wildfires still burning out of control in california. and the devastating loss for a firefighting pilot who is still battling the flames. (ken) dwight clark honored with a service in san francisco... but we've learned the 49ers legend is buried in a special place hundreds of miles away. we'll tell you about that connection to candlestick.
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remembered by 49ers fans for "the catch..."the play that took down the cowboys 28-27 in the 19-81 nfc championship game... but he is also remembered by those that knew him as a kind, charming and loyal teammate.and loyal teammate.today family and friends gathered in san francisco to pay their respects to the man that wore number 87.kron4's maureen kelly was there. the laughter, tears the cries of sheer happiness that ball the catch of all catches, never to be surpassed by any play to this day nothing will ever come closeformer niner tight end brent jones reads a fan's letter to the crowd at grace cathdral remembering thic dwight clark's place in sports history.....and his status as a beloved hero in the hearts
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of the 49er faithful.the catch....a touchdown play in 1982 during the nfc championship. a touchdown that helped the niners beat the then seemingly unstoppable dallis cowboys and put the team on the road to their first of five superbowl victories.his friend and fan huey lewis wearing a pin with clark's jersey number says it was an unforgettable moment for fans. i couldn't believe that we finally beat the dallas cowboys i remember like it was yesterday and that was such a moment not only for football but for city for everything there's a great great thingformer niner's quarterback joe montana says it was hard seeing his friend battle a-l-s these last few years.i try as i look back and i don't think about how he was and i saw him, i try to think of him in those times, when we were winning and losing championships and the ups and downs that we had as players and in our lives and try to remember the fun loving man that he was, the team's owner at the time eddie debartalo said disease took a lot from the star players life but did not break clark's spirit. i'm so very thankful that i've had so many moments he left me to cherish, how many of us can say that our best moments where as magnificent as his the candlestick goal post where clark made history is now installed on debartalo's ranch in montana.(standup) some of dwight clarks'a ashes have been scattered there....at a stone placed near that goal post....the same appromiate distance where
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the catch was made....an inscription on the stone reads "dwight clark the dynasty began with you." maureen kelly kron4 news. (justine)a federal court in san francisco rules against the trump administration... what it means for sanctuary cities... coming up (ken)and... nobody is immune from the devastating effects of the wildfires that continue to burn out of control across the state.that includes one man who lost his home while fighting to save the homes of others.
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gov. jerry brown/(d) california: "we're in for a really rough ride ...(ken) lost lives and devastated communities.governor jerry brown warning that california's fire catastrophe will likely only grow more serious.the grim warning comes as firefighters report progress in the three major fires.(justine)grant lodes is here to bring us up to date on what has become a battle fought under incredibly tough conditions.grant> (grant) tough indeed. triple=digit temperatures, treacherous terrain, tinder dry vegetation.four people have lost their lives fighting the flames.four civilians have
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died in their homes.and some others had very narrow escapes. oh my god oh my god oh my god newly released video from a mother and daughter stuck in traffic as a wall of fire fire rushed down on redding last week.don't cry mommyyoure a brave little girl they made it out, but three members of amanda woodley's family were caught. "the tornado was hovering over the house, it hadn't even hit the ground. it was just a tornado fire over the housewith more than 12=hundred homes destroyed, the carr fire near redding is now the sixth most destructive in state history.one of those homes belonged to a calfire air tanker pilot... just once i saw my house gone, it was - there's going be plenty of time to go back through the the remains and see what we out to the people that not d only have lost everything they had but they've lost a loved one - that just... that's the part that really gets me." national guard military police are roadblocks around the fire=devastated neighborhoods,.
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"it looks like something from another world. it looks surreal, kind of like some of the devastation we see overseas in other countries. you're just not used to seeing that in the united statesthe carr fire is now moving west, away from reddingin six days it has spread to 180 square miles.farther south the ranch and river fires are still threatening the clear lake communities of upper lake and lakeport.almost 20=thousand people have been evacuated ... 12=thousand homes are threatened.and the ferguson fire has reached the border of yosemite.... still unchecked. and those are just three of the challenges facing firefighters.since this fire siege began weeks ago in july, we've been tracking sixteen major fires in the statethe pentagon also joining the war. we are fighting the fires on the ground, in the air. we are providing manned and unmanned surveillance systems.whatever resoruces are needed we are putting them there. (grant) (grant) calfire officials
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noted today that in past decades... the state had maybe one or two big fires a year ... now, they are routinely encountering 100=thousand acre=plus fires several times a month.. (ken)thanks grant.(justine) time now for a look at tonight's top local stories. in solano county... wildfire smoke from the mendocino complex fires resulted in the county health department issuing a smoke advsory tuesday, which remains in effect. the health department says young children and pregnant women are especially vulnerable to serious heart and respiratory problems in these conditions. people are being asked to limit their exposure outdoors. stay inside and keep the air conditioning running at home and in cars on recycle or recirculate. in solano county, philippe djegal, kron four news. jose the much anticipated opening of the new promise charter here in san jose the much here in san here in san jose the much here
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promise charter school has been delayed until the fall of 2019. san jose unified school district, mandated by law to provide space for the new school, has offered classrooms at it's allen andsteinbeck school in the santa teresa neighborhood. promise charter parents had hoped for space at horace mann or several other downtown schools but thedistrict says those are elementrty schools and do not have appropriate facilities for middle school agestudents. in san jose rob fladeboe kron4 news lawrence lawrence karnow: hiigh pressure is finally showing signs of weakening on this first day of august. it was still hot inland with some
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highs reaching into the low 90s. but overall temperatures cooled today and that trend will continue. more afternoon thunderstorms developed over the sierra again, on the satellite image you can see a couple areas of low pressure off the coast. they will help weaken the high pressure and move it further east. highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and patchy fog at the coast will keep highs there in the 50s to low 60s. lows tonight will be cooler and actually slip into the 40s in the north bay. it may warm slightly with plenty of sunshine on frid before it coole below normal this weekend. high pressure will strengthen again next week to bring hot weather inland again. (ken) he's no longer president... but barack obama still carries plenty of weight in democratic politics.
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we'll tell you who's picking up his endorsement in this year's elections.... and who suprisingly.... is not.
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(justine) in a break from what has been a politically quiet post-presidency ... former president barack obama took to twitter today to endorse 81 candidates ahead of november's miderm elections... tweeting that the candidates he's endorsing will strengthen the country by upholding a fundamental
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commitment to justice, fairness, responsibility, and the rule of law. here in california, obama gave lt. governor gavin newsom his support in his gubernatorial campaign. it was one of 10 endorsements obama handed out in the state... seven of which are democratic congressional candidates hoping to be a part of a "blue wave" in november to take back the house for the party. notably, however, obama did not endorse incumbent democratic senator dianne feinstein... in a tight race against fellow democrat kevin de leon this fall. thought it is worth noting... this is just the first round of expected endorsements from the former president... and obama did not endorse any incumbents. also noticably absent... alexandria ocasio- cortez... who was just in san francisco last night. the 28 year old self-styled democratic socialist is running for congress in new york. she's viewed as a rising star in the party... after she beat out longtime representative joseph crowley in june's democratic primary in that state.
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(ken) new tonight at 6. the 9th circuit federal court in san francisco has found president donald trump's proposed policy on sanctuary cities unconstitutional. the president made an executive order threatening to withhold funding from sanctuary cities. san francisco and santa clara counties sued to block the president's executive order, arguing it could strip them of billions of dollars in federal funding. however, today the court ruled the president does not have that power. (ken) san francisco city attorney dennis herrera released the following statement."...this ruling is a sharp rebuke of the trump administration's cynical attempt to undermine the u.s. census and dramatically undercount the dramatically undercount the population. an undercount would deprive needy families of federal help to get food, health care and housing... he goes on to say..."...we are going to protect our children, our seniors and our hard-working families." (justine) in sports... the 49ers and raiders both in camp today... jon gruden comments on why he likes showing the players vintage film... (ken) and the a's
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the a's are now tied for a wild card playoff spot... the seattle mariners lost to the first place astros today... the a's hosting toronto...17,.058 on a wednesday afternoon at the coliseum... bottom 2nd... jonathan lucroy... he had a big day... goes the opposite way into the right field corner... khris davis and maa's lucroy with 3 hits and 4 rbi sean manaea... they call him the "samoan randy johnson"fty w giving only a run on 5 hits and striking out 5 bottom 6th... 5-0 a's... franklin barreto... goes down the left field line and into the corner... marcus semien and lucroy score... 7-0 a's
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final... 8-3 a's... again... with the win they are tied with seattle for the 2nd wild card spot in the american league... and remain 5 games back of the astros in the a-l west some giants news... it's oficial...johnny cueto will undergo tommy jon surgery and is expected out for at least a year... some better news for an all-time giants great... hall of famer willie mccovey... at the age of 80... married his girlfriend estela... ... she is 45 and was his nurse when they met... nacy pelosi posted this congratulatory tweet of her... mccovey... and the bride earleir this afternoon with the caption ... "what a joy
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and honor to celebrate the wedding of estela and willie mccovey. best wishes and love!" so congratulations to willie mccovey... finind matrimony at the age of 80! 49ers 49ers working in santa clara today... kyle shanahan... guiding the troops jimmy garoppolo... getting his work in reuben foster... can now just concentrate on football ow that his legal issues are
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settled a couple of rookies... immanuel mosley and fred warner... get into a tussle during a drill shanahan said today was the most physical practice of training camp so far...(sot: shanahan) "yeah, it seemed like that a little bit more today. it seemed like a little more hits down the field on a few screens and stuff. i didn't get to see the end of them. i'll see when i get to the tape. but yeah, i did feel the same thing you did out there, which i was happy about." meanwhile at raiders camp in napa... jon gruden... talking to owner mark davis derek carr... getting instruction as he goes through drills amari cooper... former pro-bowler
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hopes to get his mojo back gruden... said he shows the players a lot of vintage film of the all-time greats... he said he enjoys and it likes to show the players how the best got it done so they can better learn how to do things right... a gain a better appreciation of their predacessors...(sot: gruden) i think they love it. they love seeing barry sanders. they love seeing joe montana in the two-minute drill. i had a couple young guys get up there. they didn't know who jack tatum was. they didn't know who art shell was. you try to keep their attention span. and all of a sudden, there's dan marino. man, i didn't know he had that quick a release. jeez he was pretty good.
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yesterday it came out that draymond green got punched in the face by the cavaliers tristan thompson at a los angels club.... right after the espys today... kevin durant is in the news again... offering a justification for his recent social media controversies... "the guy you see now is the ' chris broussard...
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this month, durant argued with a teenager on instagram...then got into a twitter fight with c.j. mccollum of the portland trail blazers... on the court, durant was ejected five times last year...he had only been ejected once in his entire career before that... durant added: quote: "the guy in o.k.c. was the phony. i was just trying to please everybody..." (justine) things get a little heated at a subway sandwich shop... after a customer asks for a hot sandwich... the shocking video just after the break... video just after the break...
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charges after she was caught on camera waving a knife around customers. (ken) one of the customers... vicente timaros... says he got into a heated exchange over a sandwich... and the employee... 29-year-old chelsea lloyd grabbed a knife.
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timaros says he had his gun on him at the time... but didn't pull it out. instead he pulled out his cellphone and started recording. vincente timiraos/subway customer: "the subway employee came out with a knife. you know the size of god knows what. she started coming out swinging the knife everywhere. she came outside with a knife." ///buttvincente timiraos/subway customer: "it was over toasted bread. i didn't feel the need to kill someone over toasted bread." (ken) lloyd was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. she has since been fired from her job... and did not respond to a request for comment on this story. (justine) ever dream of owning a home in westeros? you can if you have 656- thousand sitting around. that a hit hbo show "game of thrones" - is up for sale. the gosford castle... better known as "the castle at river run" by fans... is located in northern ireland. if that's not enough to make you shell out your gold... airbnb has offered to give one of the rooms a 'game of thrones'
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style renovation... should the owners be willing to list the room on the home sharing site. bids for the 200-year old castle can be made anytime. lawrkarnow: hiigh pressure is f signs of weakening on this first day of august. it was still hot inland with some highs reaching into the low 90s. but overall temperatures cooled today and that trend will continue. more afternoon thunderstorms developed over the sierra again, on the satellite image you can see a couple areas of low pressure off the coast. they will help weaken the high pressure and move it further east. highs tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 80s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and patchy fog at the coast will keep highs there in the 50s to low 60s. lows tonight will be cooler and actually slip into the 40s in the north bay. it may warm slight wn friday before it coole below normal this weekend. high pressure will
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