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tv   KRON 4 Early News  KRON  August 20, 2018 4:00am-7:01am PDT

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(robin) good morning and thanks for joining us for the kron 4 morning news. it monday august 20th ...2018im robin winston.lets start this morning with a check on weather cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week
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ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is
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less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. toll to 101. ( robin ) a big story we are following this morning... loved ones gathered in antioch to honor the lives of the two boys who were killed in a car crash in walnut creek last weekend. kron 4's gayle ong has the details. everyone in that car were all close friends who just graduated from deer valley
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high school.tonight loved ones gathered here to honor the two boys whose lives were cut short.pkgfamily, friends and classmates of two students consoled one another during this vigil at deer valley high school saturday.. sotsotall of them came to remember, honor and pray for the 17 and 18 year old students that was killed in a car crash last weekend dakari (duh-car-ee) fagorala (fah-go-rah-la) and john walizada of antioch were passengers in a car that veered off highway 24 near 680 c-h-p says the teen driver ramya ramey (..is now facing manslaughter and d-u-i charges the other two female passengers are still recovering at the hospital families of the boys supporting each other as they're still reeling from the tragic accidentsot sot the vigil was on a day that would have been dakar's 18th birthday - his twin brother blowing out the candles on their cakes..and one dove
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honoring dakari..and 18 more doves symbolizing 18 years of lifefuneral services for dakari is set for september 1st dakari's mother is asking everyone to forgive the driver.. ramya ramey.. and says they all made the decision to get into the car. live in antioch gayle ong kron4 newsgayle ong kron4 news gayle ong live in antioch gayle ong kron4 news ( robin ) in dublin... people gathered for a march and vigil demanding changes ...after a woman died shortly after being released from the santa rita jail. the sheriff's office released 26- year old jessica saint louis at 1:30 in the morning... hours later she was found dead at the dublin bart station. there is growing outrage that she was relased in the middle of the night.... with just a bart card... during a time
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that bart is closed. state senator nancy skinner plans to introduce legislation this week... saying people should only be released during business hours. ( robin ) the alameda county sheriff's office says the jail releases up to 100 people a day and cannot keep people in custody after released. saint louis' cause of death overdose... but a toxicology pending. ( robin ) one person is dead and one other seriously injured after a shooting at an apartment complex in antioch. it happened on san jose drive. police say both victims were together when they were shot in the were shot in when they were together when they were shot in the apartment's parking lot. the shooter is still on the loose. ( robin ) another big story we are following this morning... today is the first day of school for the san francisco unified school district and now the disrict is warning some of its
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students that local bus servce delays... could make them late for school. a message on the district's website says an operator shortage has resulted in muni delays across the city. according to muni... about half of the district's students use muni buses to get to and from school each day. ( robin ) and i am here with john shrable in the weather center with a look at your back to school forecast this morning. cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a
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noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas. ( robin ) and as your child heads back to school this morning... we want to see their pictures. you can send them to us through the kron 4 mobile app... just use the "report it" tab. the mobile app is free to download. ( robin ) in the east bay... c-h-p arrested one person after a sideshow on the bay bridge. this is video taken by another driver who was stopped behind the side show yesterday morning.
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the driver of one of the cars involved was taken into custody for reckless ( robin ) happening now... berkeley police are investigating a triple shooting inside san pablo park. it happened while children were playing nearby. kron 4's ali reid has the latest. there were upwards of 200 people at the park. kids, families, bounce housesand in an instant ... shots rang out saturday evening. police tell me a car rolled up to san pablo park and opened fire on a group of young men.byron white / berkeley police departmentwe also have information that the same group of men may have returned firea 25 year old was hit multiple times in his mid- section, and is now in critical conditon. also ... in the park .... a 57 and 63 year old were hit by stray bullets. one in the torso, the other in the hand. authorities tell me both men will survive. in addition, several vehicles and at least one home were also
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struck by gunfire.we just started praying then we came on outon sunday, families were back out enjoying their neighborhood park. new christian fellowship kept their annual bbq.vince collins / new christian fellowship there's problems everywhere. one park isn't worse than another. so we're just here to have a good time and fellowship.although some may have been skeptical to make the trip after hearing about a triple shooting...they feel a sense of safety.galenia goins / new christian fellowshipnow i'm feeling a little safe but i was skeptical and scared of coming up here, you know detectives are investigating if the 25 year old was the intended target.for now, police do not have any suspect or car descriptions.they're asking anyone that may have surveilance footage to come forward.reporting from berkeley ... ali reid ... kron 4 news. (robin) coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... police bust a major car burglary ring
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in one san francisco area. but they say they still have a long way to go to prevent future burglaries. ( robin ) and coming up at 4:45...the latest challenge some bay area restaurants are facing... is blackmail. how restaurants are being threatened - if they don't pay up. (robin) and after the break... a new warning as the west nile virus is found in more places in the east bay. (robin) and here's a live look outside...at the san mateo bridge. welcome back. checking
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in on your morning forecast. cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a
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weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge
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drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin ) health officials in contra costa
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin ) health health officials in
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contra costa county are warning people after insects and animals have tested positive for west nile virus. health officials tell kron 4 that the virus is more active this year than in the past. so far this year a total of ten groups of mosquitos, eight dead birds and 13 chickens tested positive for the virus. that's compared to last year
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when officials found the virus in just three groups of mosquitos and five dead birds. so far the virus has been found in three cities in contra costa county including... oakley... antioch and concord.
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facebook event page, the group believes there has been an epidemic within the sci-fi community abusing children and covering it up. another group named " hate not welcome in san jose" showed up for a counter protest. extra police were on hand to make sure the protests stayed peaceful. ( robin ) san franciscco police have arrested 12 men in connection to car burglaries in the japantown neighborhood. kron 4's sara stinson has the details. this is a huge win for s-f-p-d and for anyone who lives in the city. most of the break-ins these 12 men were involved in happened on geary street ranging from gough street to laguna. i spoke with several people who say this has happened to them not once, not twice, but several times. victims of
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car break-ins in san francisco are to report the incident on the s-f-p-d website, but - although - they say it's a huge relief to hear about this string of arrests. take a look at the mug shots of each of the 12 men - they range in age from 18 to 39 years old. police say they are all in connection to eight cases of car burglaries in the japantown area which happened between july 26th and last wednesday.these men were booked on a variety of charges including burglary, possession of stolen property, probation violations, resisting arrest. this year the city has been concentrating its efforts on car break ins after alarming data revealed there has been over 81-thousand car break-ins in the last seven years.áin that time - only 13 arrests were made.áthe numbers show just how much of a win this string of arrests are for police.but one has to wonder
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if these men are found guilty, will they re-offend?a trend we will have to look out for - but in the mean time - s-f-p-d is working to continue lowering the number of break ins which is already 20 percent down from last year. i spoke to several people in the area - who want to know how s-f-p-d was so successful - i reached out to the department but no one was available for comment. in san francisco, sara stinson, kron 4 news.### ( robin ) in the east bay... the berkley police department is asking people to register their home security cameras. registering the cameras would allow the police department to quickly find cameras that could help investigtors solve crimes. it could also save investigators time in identifying criminals. registering security cameras is free... and personal information would be kept confidential. ( robin ) new this morning. pope francis has issued a letter to catholics around the world condemning
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sexual abuse and cover-up by priests. his letter demanding accountability is in response to new revelations in the united states of decades of misconduct by the catholic church. pope francis begged forgiveness for the pain suffered by victims saying quote "we showed no care for the little ones; we abandoned them." a pennsylvania grand jury released a report detailing allegations of widespread predatory behavior by more than 300 priests against more than one thousand children. (robin) still ahead on the kron four morning news... a shooting overnight near an east bay bart station. we have the details into the newsroom overnight. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the golden gate bridge. the hollywood minute is coming up after the break. welcome back to
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the kron four morning news. in entertainment headlines ... a chart-topping singer wants to give her fans a "musical hug." david daniel has that story and more
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in today's hollywood minute. "we just have to, like, be there for each other, as much as we can."ariana grande got emotional on beats-one radio, discussing her new album, sweetenerand the song "get well soon," which refers to the deadly bombing at her 20-17 concert in manchester, england."you try not to give into fear, because obviously that's the whole point of being here. that was the point of finishing my tour, to set an example for my fans, who were fearless enough to show up."(nat) "my god. it's megalodon."he's kidding, right?"it's no joke: "the meg" may have lost the top spot at the domestic box office this weekend, but it's still a monster hit worldwide. the super-sized shark thriller has made more than 314-million dollars globally in less than two weeks -- nearly three- quarters of that internationally."do you think by the rules?"then there's the ironically-titled "billionaire boys club." the drama based on a true story did not figure to do big business: it debuted on video-on-demand before reaching theaters, and it co-stars kevin spacey, who's under investigation for sexual
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misconduct. sure enough, in its first two days of release, playing in a handful of theaters, the film earned an estimated 287-dollars. not 287-thousand -- 287 bucks, by far the worst debut of spacey's career."where's the money?""there was never any money."in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( robin ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... more airquality concerns for the bay area. we will take a closer look at the place that will be impacted the most. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll be back with more of your kron 4 morning news after the break.
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cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of
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afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101.
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( robin ) ( robin )( robin ) in the east bay... oakland police are investigating three separate shootings... and all of the shooters are still on the loose. the first happened near international boulevard and sixth avenue. that's in the city's eastlake district. a 36-year-old woman was shot in the leg. the second shooting happened near 14th and madison street. police say a man was injured when he was shot during an attempted robbery. and the third shooting happened near i-980 and west grand. police say the victim is in critical condition. ( robin ) and new this morning... police in oakland are investigating a shooting near the fruitvale bart station. it happened just before midnight last night. at least one person was injured. ( robin ) happening now... police in san francisco are searching for a driver
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involved in a hit-and-run. it happened near jones street and eddy street in the city's tenderloin neighborhood. police say a man was crossing the street saturday morning when a car hit him... and didn't stop. the man was seriously injured. police say the car they are looking for is orange or metallic red .. likely with front end damage. ( robin ) state lawmakers are fighting to hold utility companies accountable for their roles in massive wildfires. they are rejecting a plan by governor jerry brown that would limit liability for companies like p-g-and-e. kron 4's hermela aregawi explains. a fight on capitol hillwho pays for property damaged when a utility companies' equipment contributes to a fight on capitol hilla fight on a fight on capitol hillwho pays for property damaged when a utility companies' equipment contributes to a massive fire? california law says.. the
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utility company does..and pg&e have spent millions fighting that.but state senator bill dodd says.. he wants to raise the current standard of responsibility. state senator bill dodd (ca - district 3)pg and e should have their day before a court or the california public utilities commission to be able to find fault and to see if there's any other extenuating factors and ultimately pay as much as they can possibly pay without becoming insolvent state senator dodd represents district 3 in napa.. a community devastated by the fires last october.a cal fire investigation found that faulty or damaged pg&e equipment was responsible for at least 12 of the deadly fires in that area. state senator bill dodd (ca - district 3)the technology is there right now. there are other utilities in the state of california that have done a better job. i will say that pg& e's service area may be 10 times larger than the next service area. but also we have a new normal now. with weather changes and drought, and then heavy rain years and so we have more fuel than we've ever had dodd says there are several are contributing to the kind of massive fires we are already seeing in california this year. he says.. making sure utility companies take extra care is of the solution state senator bill dodd (ca - district 3)i think our public utilities commission could and should
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establish tougher standards and also establis oversight that will really make a difference. (hermela aregawi) this is a high stakes issue for pg&e.the utility company could face up to billions in liability..reporting in napa hermela aregawi kron 4 news ( robin ) happening today... an air happening ( robin )( robin ) happening today... an air quality advisory is issued across the bay area today and tomorrow because of the smoke from nearby wildfires.
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john shrable is here with more on that advisory.that advisory. with more on that advisory. cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region
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will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas. ( robin ) the biggest fire in state history is now 76-percent contained. the mendocino complex fire has burned nearly 390-thousand acres.. it's burning in la... mendocino... colusa and glenn counties... and is made up of the river and ranch fires. flames have destroyed more than 150 homes. more than a thousand buildings are still threatened this morning and more evacuations have been issued for parts of glenn and colusa counties.
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outside... at the embarcadero. ( robin ) many times
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people think when stanley roberts interviews someone its for the sole purpose of ambushing the person caught behaving badly... this morning we look at how he actually talks to people and how they respond to him. you didn't see that stop sign huh? you know you cross through so many of them on the way it's hard to know, hards to know i probably did go through it, it's hard to recall what are the rules for stop signs well, you're suppose to stop. when producing these segments, i actually like trying to get the drivers side of the story, some are happy to talk to me
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like this guy driver who sat an intersection for quite a bit before making an illegal left hand turn at an intersection which recently had a fatal collision ((you didn't see it, you sat there for like)) three minutes ((laughter)) crazy/ i'm going to be on the news ((yea)) what channel ((people behaving badly channel 4)) because you sat there like forever and i'm thinking at some point you're going to see it .no i didn't and my gps said turn left yes gps doesn't see signs then he told me this ((second one in one month)) you got a ticket already, for what stop sign, ((where)) san mateo you're not going good this month two fifty and and this one another two fifty well if it makes him feel any better.. each ticket is 238 each.. oh and a point for each violationnow not everyone is tickled pink to talk to me and i get it, what want to
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talk on camera right after being pulled over this driver piggybacked off another driver on truesdale in burlingame, and if you look carefully you will notice he already has hid blinker on you know that if the person in front of you stops you have to stop too now i usually walk up rolling so i get a honest response ((good morning, channel 4 how are you doing today)) you know schools back in session right so you know why there are out here)) ah yea i notice you had your'e blinker on to pull over before)) i saw you guys up there! well that that went well but wait for it i didn't consent to having any video tape, i don't actually need your consent . there there are the people who say no but keep talking to you like like this driver who rolled the stops sign what happened back there, i really don't want to do all this(( you don't want to talk to me yea what's this for im with channel 4 and they're doing a crackdown because schools starting, and one of the problems are people running stop signs and you ran the stop sign back there yea what happened yea i don't want to
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do this you late for work i don't want to do this now for the record, if you happened to notice over the years if a person is driving a company vehicle is pulled over i typically won't interview the driver why, well it's simple, many companies forbid their employees from taking to the media, i'm really not here to get you fired, i here to educate ambiance that being said if you are driving a company vehicle covered in logo 's don't behaving badly behind the wheel, you never know who might have a camera in burlingame stanley roberts kron 4 news (robin) coming up after the break on the kron four morning news... new signs show that the bay area housing market could be cooling down.
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checking in on your morning forecast. cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a
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noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures
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fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( robin ) 4 your money this morning... it may just be a summertime slow-down but there are signs that the local real estate market is cooling off a
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bit.. kron 4's rob fladeboe takes a look. rob fladeboe/san jose "....right now the annual household income needed to buy a median-priced home in the greater san jose metro areas is roughly $274,000. that number is expected to keep rising but maybe not as fast...."you may have noticed a few more "for sale" signs in your neighborhood of late, suggesting that inventories are up. homes are still selling but there are also signs some of those homes are selling for a little less right now says climb real estate's david contreras.david contreras/climb real estate '......there is talk of it cooling off a little bit but what we're seeing is more of a market correction...."in san jose, for example, the real estate website zillow reports prices were dropped on 9-point-5 percent of listings in june, up from 7-point-2 percent one year ago.david contreras/climb real estate "....what's happening is we're
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seeing prices not going up $100,000 or $200,000 over the asking price, things are getting a little more tamer..." contreras says certain properties are staying on the market longer than what sellers have been used to during the historic five year plus run of risingprices but there are other factors to consider.david contreras/climb real estate ".....people are a little concerned about interest rates going up but this time of year, july through august you're seeing more people on vacation so there are simply fewer buyers during that time frame...." zillow expects the market to slow down next year but a strong economy means demand for housing will also remain strong. dont expect home prices to fall too far says david conteras.david contreras/climb real estate ".....i think sellers are going to have to price thins accordingly, they shouldn't expect those $200,000 over the asking pice offers but in some areas they are still going to see a high demand..."rob fladeboe/san jose "....places where demand is expected to
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remain high are santa clara, san mateo and san francisco counties where the median priced home is over one million dollars. in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news ( robin ) another big story we are following... restaurants are facing a new challenge in the bay area... blackmail. in the last week - nearly a dozen restaurants have received letters threatening their reputation - unless the restaurants pay up. one of the retaurants threatened was san francisco's waterbar. waterbar received an email saying that the sender was hired by the restaurants competitor to write a negative review about the restaurant. the scammer says they will refuse to write the negative review if the restaurant pays up. ( robin ) the golden gate restaurant association says 15
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restaurants have received similar emails. ( robin ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... one kid's costume for a california comic book convention gets the ultimate upgrade. the reason it means so much to his family.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. ( robin ) to 101.
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( robin ) stockton con was in full swing this weekend ... with hundreds of people dressing up as their favorite super heroes and villains ... at the stockton arena. this year ... one young boy had a very special costume. 12 year old xavier valero ... who has muscular dystrophy ... had his wheelchair transformed ... to fit perfectly with his darth vader costume. non-profit - magic wheelchair - created the costume ... at no cost to xavier's family. < my son is grateful for what every body's done for him it's awesome.>( robin ) over the 7 years that stockton con has been put on... it has raised more than 130-thousand dollars for charities. ( robin ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... a sideshow blocks traffic on the
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bay bridge and it is all caught on camera/ ( robin ) and school starts in san francisco today but a muni bus driver shortage could make it harder for students to get there on time. (robin) and... a new warning as the west nile virus is found in more places in the east bay.
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new kellogg's raisin bran with bananas. two scoops meet real banana slices. i've done a great job of raisin ya. ( darya ) good morning i'm darya folsom..morning i'm good morning i'm darya folsom.. ( james ) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will cooler air pushing in overnight will cooler air pushing in
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overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region will ensure the no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( darya ) a sideshow blocked traffic on the bay bridge over the weekend and it was caught on camera. ( james ) kron 4's lydia pantaes joins us live with the details. lydia? one person is in custody after chp san francisco officers broke up a sideshow on the bay bridge sunday morning. according to chp, the sideshow happened around 10:45 a.m. the video was taken by a passerby in one of the many cars that was stopped behind the sideshow as traffic came to a halt.officials say the driver of one of the cars involved
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was taken into custody for reckless driving and exhibition of speed. chp thanked those who called to report and handed over video to authorities. "we want to remind all of the danger involved to participants and innocent bystanders from sideshow involvement and reckless driving," chp said on twitter. in the east bay... c-h-p arrested one person after a thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out ( darya ) a big story we are following this morning... loved ones gathered in antioch to honor the lives of the two boys who were killed in a car crash in walnut creek last weekend. 17-year-old dakari fagorala and 18-year-old john wa-liz-ada of antioch were passengers in a car that veered off the 680 ramp. both boys were students at deer valley high
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school in antioch where a vigil was held last night. families of the boys supporting each other as they're still reeling from the tragic
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sheriff's office says the jail releases up to 100 people a day and cannot keep people in custody after they are released. saint louis' suspected cause of death is a drug overdose... but a toxicology report is still pending. ( james ) one person is dead and one other seriously injured after a shooting at an apartment complex in antioch. it happened on san jose drive. police say both victims were together when they were shot in the apartment's parking lot. the shooter is still on the loose. ( darya ) one person is in critical condition following a shooting in berkeley that left two others injured. a 25-year-old man was shot multiple times in his mid- section... at san pablo park saturday night. a 57-year- old and a 63-year-old were hit by stay bullets... but are expected to be okay.
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several cars and homes were also hit by bullets. some people were a little hesitant to go to the park after the shooting.
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monday - the district's first day of classes for the 2018-19 school year. a message on the district website, and websites of several individual public schools reads, "an operator shortage has resulted in muni delays across san francisco, which muni is working on addressing. students and staff who ride muni may experience delays getting to and from school." another big story we are following this morning... today is the first day of school for the san francisco unified school district and now the disrict is warning some of its students that local bus servce delays... could make them late for school. a message on the district's website says an operator shortage has resulted in muni delays across the city. according to muni... about half of the district's students use muni buses to get to and from school each day.
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( darya ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( james ) and i am here with john shrable in the weather center with a look at your back to school forecast this morning. cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued
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cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas. ( james ) and as your child heads back to school this morning... we want to see their pictures. you can send them to us through the kron 4 mobile app... just use the "report it" tab. the mobile app is free to download.
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( darya ) health officials in contra costa county are warning people after insects and animals have tested positive for west nile virus. health officials tell kron 4 that the virus is more active this year than in the past. so far this year a total of ten groups of mosquitos, eight dead birds and 13 chickens tested positive for the virus. that's compared to last year when officials found the virus in just three groups of mosquitos and five dead birds. so far the virus has been found in three cities in contra costa county including... oakley... antioch and concord.
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should get rid of any standing water you may have around your house. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news ... police bust a major car burglary ring in one san francisco area. but they say they still have a long way to go to prevent future burglaries. ( james ) plus... pope francis has issued a letter to catholics around the world... in response to the sexual abuse and cover-up investigation. we have the detials. ( james ) and after the break... bay aea protestors rallying against pedophilia content in sci-fi entertainment... were met by counter protestors at a large convention. checking the bay bridge commute on wb 80. your drive time is less than 30 min from the maze to fremont street (ácommercialá) ( darya ) welcome
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back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's
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and 70's with plenty of afternoon cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in e 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air
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settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas. no major hot
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101.
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( darya ) in the south bay... demonstraters gathered in san jose to protest outside of "world-con" at the san jose convention center. world con is an annual gathering of science fiction fans and creators. the protesters say they were demonstrating against pedophiles in scifi. according to their facebook event page, the group believes there has been an epidemic within the sci-fi community abusing children and covering it up. another group named " hate not welcome in san jose" showed up for a counter protest. extra police were on hand to make sure the protests stayed peaceful. ( james ) san franciscco police have arrested 12 men in connection to car burglaries in the japantown neighborhood. kron 4's sara stinson has the details. this is a huge win for s-f-p-d and for anyone who lives in the city. most of the break-ins these 12 men were involved in happened on geary street ranging from gough street to laguna. i spoke with
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several people who say this has happened to them not once, not twice, but several times. victims of car break-ins in san francisco are to report the incident on the s-f-p-d website, but - although - they say it's a huge relief to hear about this string of arrests. take a look at the mug shots of each of the 12 men - they range in age from 18 to 39 years old. police say they are all in connection to eight cases of car burglaries in the japantown area which happened between july 26th and last
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wednesday.these men were booked on a variety of charges including burglary, possession of stolen property, probation violations, resisting arrest. this year the city has been concentrating its efforts on car break ins after alarming data revealed there has been over 81-thousand car break-ins in the last seven years.áin that time - only 13 arrests were made.áthe numbers show just how much of a win this string of arrests are for police.but one has to wonder if these men are found guilty, will they re-offend?a trend we will have to look out for - but in the mean time - s-f-p-d is working to continue lowering the number of break ins which is already 20 percent down from last year. i spoke to several people in the area - who want to know how s-f-p-d was so successful - i reached out to the department but no one was available for comment. in san francisco, sara stinson, kron 4 news.### ( james ) in the east bay... the berkley police department is asking people to register their home security cameras. registering the cameras would allow the
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police department to quickly find cameras that could help investigtors solve crimes. it could also save investigators time in identifying criminals. registering security cameras is free... and personal information would be kept confidential. ( darya ) new this morning. pope francis has issued a letter to catholics around the world condemning sexual abuse and cover-up by priests. his letter demanding accountability is in response to new revelations in the united states of decades of misconduct by the catholic church. pope francis begged forgiveness for the pain suffered by victims saying quote "we showed no care for the little ones; we abandoned them." a pennsylvania grand jury released a report detailing allegations of widespread predatory behavior by more than 300 priests against more than one thousand children. ( darya ) coming up on the kron four morning news... a shooting overnight near an east bay bart station. we have the details into the
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newsroom. ( darya ) and after the break.... a father detained by ice.. driving his wife to the hosptial. now she wants answers. and here's a live look outside... bay bridge. this is not a bed.
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cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's ( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. late road work wb 80 near richmond paky bacjed upbeyond hwy 4 ( james ) a new mother is demanding answers after she says ice agents detained her husband as he was driving her to the hospital to give birth. surveillance video shows
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them at a san bernardino gas station when two cars surrounds their car. maria venegas says ice agents asked for her i-d and then they asked for her husbands. venegas says the agents asked her husband to step out of the car and that's when they took him into custody. venegas is then seen on camera inside the gas station trying to figure out what to do next. she was forced to drive herself to the hosptial where she then gave birth. venegas saus there is still no word on the status of her husband. ( james ) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news.. more air quality concerns for the bay area. we will take a closer look at the areas that will be impacted the most. (ácommercialá) back to the kron four morning
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news... lets start the
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half hour with a check of weather and traffic... cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas. no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. late road work wb 80 near richmond paky bacjed upbeyond hwy 4 ( james ) in the east bay... oakland police are investigating three separate shootings... and all of the shooters are still on the loose. the first happened near international boulevard and sixth avenue. that's in the city's eastlake district. a 36-year-old woman was shot in the leg. the second shooting happened near 14th and madison street. police say a man was injured when he was shot during an attempted robbery.
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and the third shooting happened near i-980 and west grand. police say the victim is in critical condition. ( james ) and new this morning... police in oakland are investigating a shooting near the fruitvale bart station. it happened just before midnight last night. at least one person was injured. ( darya )( darya ) happening now... police in san francisco are searching for a driver involved in a hit-and-run. it happened near jones street and eddy street in the city's tenderloin neighborhood. police say a man was crossing the street saturday monring when a car hit him... and didn't stop. the man was seriously injured. police say the car they are looking for is orange or metallic red .. likely with front end damage. ( james ) state lawmakers are fighting to hold utility companies accountable for their roles in massive wildfires.( darya ) they are rejecting a plan by governor jerry brown that would limit liability for companies like p-g-and-e. kron 4's hermela aregawi explains. a fight on capitol hillwho pays for property damaged when
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a utility companies' equipment contributes to a massive fire? california law says.. the utility company does..and pg&e have spent millions fighting that.but state senator bill dodd says.. he wants to raise the current standard of responsibility. state senator bill dodd (ca - district 3)pg and e should have their day before a court or the california public utilities commission to be able to find fault and to see if there's any other extenuating factors and ultimately pay as much as they can possibly pay without becoming insolvent state senator dodd represents district 3 in napa.. a community devastated by the fires last october.a cal fire investigation found that faulty or damaged pg&e equipment was responsible for at least 12 of the deadly fires in that area. (hermela aregawi)this is a high stakes issue for pg&e.the utility company could face up to billions in liability.. reporting in napa hermela aregawi kron 4 news
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( darya ) happening today... an air quality advisory is issued across the bay area today and tomorrow because of the smoke from nearby wildfires. john shrable is here with more on that advisory.
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cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas. ( james ) the biggest fire in state
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history is now 79-percent contained. the mendocino complex fire has burned nearly 390-thousand acres.. it's burning in lake... mendocino... colusa and glenn counties... and is made up of the river and ranch fires. flames have destroyed more than 150 homes. more than a thousand buildings are still threatened this morning and more evacuations have been issued for parts of glenn and colusa counties. ( james ) the ferguson fire that was burning in mariposa county and closed down yosemite national park has been fully contained. the fire burned more than 96- thousand acres. two firefighters were killed in the fire... and 10 structures were destroyed. officials say some parts of the forest will continue to smolder and burn causing lingering smoke. ( darya ) another big story we are following... people are using the threat of a bad review to blackmail bay area restaurants. in the last week - nearly a dozen restaurants have received letters threatening their
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reputation - unless the restaurants pay up. one of the retaurants threatened was san francisco's waterbar. waterbar received an email saying that the sender was hired by the restaurants competitor to write a negative review about the restaurant. the scammer says they will refuse to write the negative review if the restaurant pays up. ( darya ) the golden gate restaurant association says 15 restaurants have received similar emails. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... new signs show that the bay area housing market could be cooling down. ( james ) and after the break... the dates for aretha franklin's funeral have
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cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas. ( robin )
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) dates have been announced for aretha franklin's funeral. the queen of soul died thursday after a battle with
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pancreatic cancer. public viewings will be held on august 28-th and 29-th at the charles h. wright museum of african american history in detroit. funeral services will follow at friday, august 31-st at detroit's greater grace temple. it will be for family and close friends. organizers are also working on a musical tribute to franklin featuring major recording artists. ( james ) coming up after the break... the a's look to take sole possession of the a-l west from defending champs houston astros. we have the highlights. ♪
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well well well, what have we here? a magical place... that's lookin' to get scared! with bats...and ghouls... and cars in disguise. i've cast quite a spell now... you won't believe your eyes! (laughter) the spell is cast. halloween time is back with spook-tacular experiences
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in disneyland and disney california adventure parks! (laughter) (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) ( james )( darya )( robin ) checking bay area roads before you head out the door.. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is
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less then 30 min from the maze to sf. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 cooler air pushing in
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overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas.
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( james ) 4 your money this morning... it may just be a summertime slow-down but there are signs that the local real estate market is cooling off a bit.. kron 4's rob fladeboe takes a look. rob fladeboe/san jose "....right now the annual household income needed to buy a median-priced home in the greater san jose metro areas is roughly $274,000. that number is expected to keep rising but maybe not as fast...."you may have noticed a few more "for sale" signs in
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your neighborhood of late, suggesting that inventories are up. homes are still selling but there are also signs some of those homes are selling for a little less right now says climb real estate's david contreras.david contreras/climb real estate '......there is talk of it cooling off a little bit but what we're seeing is more of a market correction...."in san jose, for example, the real estate website zillow reports prices were dropped on 9-point-5 percent of listings in june, up from 7-point-2 percent one year ago.david contreras/climb real estate "....what's happening is we're seeing prices not going up $100,000 or $200,000 over the asking price, things are getting a little more tamer..." contreras says certain properties are staying on the market longer than what sellers have been used to during the historic five year plus run of risingprices but there are other factors to consider.david contreras/climb real estate ".....people are a little concerned about interest rates going up but this time of year, july through august you're seeing more people on vacation so there are simply fewer buyers during that time frame...."
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zillow expects the market to slow down next year but a strong economy means demand for housing will also remain strong. dont expect home prices to fall too far says david conteras.david contreras/climb real estate ".....i think sellers are going to have to price thins accordingly, they shouldn't expect those $200,000 over the asking pice offers but in some areas they are still going to see a high demand..."rob fladeboe/san jose "....places where demand is "....places where joserob fladeboe/san rob fladeboe/san jose "....places where demand is expected to remain high are santa clara, san mateo and san francisco counties where the median priced home is over one million dollars. in san jose rob fladeboe kron4news ( james ) now to bay area baseball ...the oakland a's are looking to take sole possession of first place in the a-l west from defending world champions houston astros. ( darya ) the a's
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hosted the astros yesterday. in the 1st inning ... the a's score off a matt chapman homer. khris davis also gets a solo homer for oakland. after the astros fight back ... khris davis hits his second homer of the day ... tieing the game ... then its all houston after the top of the 7th ... wining 9 - 4 to take back 1st place for themselves. the a's take on the texas rangers tonight.first pitch is at 7:05. ( james ) moving on over to the giants ... it's been a rough trip in cincinnati... at the bottom of the 3rd ...reds batter scooter gennett hits one down the first base line ... the ball bounces off of the wall.andrew mccutchen struggles to pick it up. that leads to a triple for gennett. the reds batter eugenio suarez belts one deep to center field for the 2-run homer. in the end ... the reds beat the giants 11-4.the giants have lost 4-straight. they travel to new york to play the mets today.first
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pitch is at 4:10. ( james ) coming up in the next hour... police in stanislaus county are investigating a police shooting that killed a 15- year-old boy. we have the latest on the investigation. you could generate your own energy, at home. or to save energy, unplug unused appliances. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. new sleep number 360 smart bed. it senses your movement and automatically adjusts to keep you both comfortable. and now, all beds are on sale. save 50% on the new sleep number 360 limited edition smart bed. only for a limited time.
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cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only ( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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maze to sf. ( james )( james ) three new movies debuted in the top five at the weekend box office. david daniel has the scoop. "mission: impossible - fallout" made 10-and-a-half million dollars for a domestic total of 181-million... and a fourth-place tie with the ice age drama "alpha," which opened with 10-and-a-half million, higher than some forecasts. the mark wahlberg action thriller "mile 22" made 13-point-six million dollars, slightly lower than expected, for a third-place debut.(nat) "the meg" lost the top spot after one weekend, but 21-point-two million dollars gave it second place and a 10-day domestic total of 84-million."so your family's, like, rich?""we're
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comfortable.""crazy rich" indeed! the rom-com "crazy rich asians" debuted well above expectations, opening with 25-point-two million dollars. in hollywood, i'm vid daniel. ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... a sideshow blocks traffic on the bay bridge and it is all caught on camera/ ( darya ) and school starts in san francisco today but a muni bus driver shortage could make it harder for students to get there on time. ( darya ) and... a new warning as the west nile virus is found in more places in the east bay. a popular east bay park
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is the scene of a triple shooting over the weekend. we have the latest on the search for the gunman. (lydia)a side show stops traffic on the bay bridge over the weekend and we have the video. san francisco schools is warning of muni delays because of a shortage of drivers. (darya) good (darya) (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(james) and
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i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( james ) another big story we are following this morning... today is the first day of school for the san francisco unified school district. ( darya ) and students who take muni buses could be delayed.. due to a driver shortage. kron 4's will tran joins us live now with the latest. will?
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the san francisco unified school district and some of its individual campuses are warning students, parents and staff that local bus service delays could mean delays getting to and from school monday - the district's first day of classes for the 2018-19 school year. a message on the district website, and websites of several individual public schools reads, "an operator shortage has resulted in muni delays across san francisco, which muni is working on addressing.
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students and staff who ride muni may experience delays getting to and from school." school." another big story we are following this morning...first day of san francisco district and disrict is of its students servce make them late a message district's an operator resulted in muni delays across the city. according to muni... about half of the district's students use muni buses to get to and from school each day. ( darya ) thanks will.( darya ) ( darya ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning.
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( james ) and i am here with john shrable in the weather center with a look at your back to school forecast this morning. cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool across the region will ensure the even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas. inland areas.80's for some down into the low even further temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas.
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inland areas. ( james ) and as your child heads back to school this morning... we want to see their pictures. you can send them to us through the kron 4 mobile app... just use the "report it" tab. the mobile app is free to download. ( darya ) a sideshow blocked traffic on the bay bridge over the weekend and it was caught on camera. ( james ) kron 4's lydia pantaes joins us live with the details. lydia? one person is in custody after chp san francisco officers broke upa sideshow on the bay
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bridge sunday morning. according to chp, the sideshow happened around 10:45 a.m. the video was taken by a passerby in one of the many cars that was stopped behind the sideshow as traffic came to a halt.officials say the driver of one of the cars involved was taken into custody for reckless driving and exhibition of speed. chp thanked those who called to report and handed over video to authorities. "we want to remind all of the danger involved to participants and innocent bystanders from sideshow involvement and reckless driving," chp said on twitter. thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) a big story we are following this morning... loved ones gathered in antioch to honor the lives of the two boys who were killed in a car crash in walnut creek last weekend. 17-year-old
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dakari fagorala and 18-year-old john wa-liz-ada of antioch were passengers in a car that veered off the 680 ramp. both boys were students at deer valley high school in antioch where a vigil was held last night. families of the boys supporting each other as they're still reeling from the tragic accident.
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introduce legislation this week... saying people should only be released during business hours. ( james ) the alameda ( james ) the alameda county sheriff's office says the jail releases up to 100 people a day and cannot keep people in custody after they are released. saint louis' suspected cause of death is a drug overdose... but a toxicology report is still pending. ( james ) one person is dead and one other seriously injured after a shooting at an apartment complex in antioch. it happened on san jose drive. police say both victims were together when they were shot in the apartment's parking lot. the shooter is still on the loose. ( darya ) one person is in critical condition following a shooting in berkeley that left two others injured. a
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25-year-old man was shot multiple times in his mid- section... at san pablo park saturday night. a 57-year- old and a 63-year-old were hit by stay bullets... but are expected to be okay. several cars and homes were also hit by bullets. some people were a little hesitant to go to the park after the shooting.
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when you go to ross ...and you suddenly realize 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. (áábreakáá) (darya)(james)( robin ) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic this morning. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas.
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inland areas. 80's for some inland areas.
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inland areas. ( james ) san franciscco police have arrested 12 men in connection to car burglaries in the japantown neighborhood. the 12 men range in age from
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18 to 39 years old. police say they are connected to eight cases of car burglaries between july 26th and last wednesday. they were booked on a variety of charges including burglary, possession of stolen property, probation violations, resisting arrest. for comparison ... s-f-p-d says there has been over 81-thousand car break-ins in the last seven years ... and in that time - only 13 arrests were made. they also say car break-ins are down 20 percent from last year. ( darya ) health officials in contra costa county are warning people after insects and animals have tested positive for west nile virus. health officials tell kron 4 that the virus is more active this year than in the past. so far this year a total of ten groups of mosquitos, eight dead birds and 13 chickens tested positive for the virus. that's compared to last year when officials found the virus in just three groups of mosquitos and five dead birds. so far the virus has been found in three cities in contra costa county oakley... antioch and concord.
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program to try and stop people who don't pay to ride the trains. kron 4's gabe slate followed up with bart to find out how effective the program is. sound from - debora allen - bart director district 1it's really like a needle in a haystack, they're looking for people who are evading bart when they could just stand in front of the gates. debora allen sits on the bart board of directors. she says what they have learned so far from this pilot enforcement program is that the problem is worse than they thought. sound from - debora allen - bart director district 1the problem is worse than we thought, a lot of evaders. in just two months 15% of those riders asked had not paid their bart ride. fare evasion is the gateway crime, it's very unlikely that a person who commits a crime in september bart police will be presenting the bart board of directors an official update on this pilot program and provide numbers showing it's success or failure so it's early to judge it. but debora allen says the money could be better spent. sound from - debora allen - bart director district 1why not have those officers at the gates of the stations getting people, or invest in making the gates and entry points more secure, people ride the elevators up and skip the gates, we have emergency exits left open people can walk through all day long"
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( james ) ( james ) morning. pope francis has issued a letter to catholics
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around the world condemning sexual abuse and cover-up by priests. his letter demanding accountability is in response to new revelations in the united states of decades of misconduct by the catholic church. pope francis begged forgiveness for the pain suffered by victims saying quote "we showed no care for the little ones; we abandoned them." a pennsylvania grand jury released a report detailing allegations of widespread predatory behavior by more than 300 priests against more than one thousand children. ( darya ) dates have been announced for aretha franklin's funeral. the queen of soul died last thursday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. public viewings will be held on august 28-th and 29-th at the charles h. wright museum of african american history in detroit. funeral services will follow at friday, august 31-st at detroit's greater grace temple. it will be for family and close friends. organizers are also working on a musical tribute to franklin featuring major
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recording artists. ( darya ) coming up on the kron four morning news... a shooting overnight near an east bay bart station. we have the details into the newsroom. ( darya ) plus ... a mailman is stopped from doing his job ... after coming face to face with a large reptile. ( darya ) and here's a livelook outside... san mateo bridge.
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(áábreakáá) cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a
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noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. accident wb 80 at hwy 4 cleared ( darya ) (ááá2 shotááá) the postal
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service promises to deliver the mail in the rain, sleet, or snow... but they never said anything about snakes.( james ) a kansas mailman had to skip a house on friday ... after finding a massive boa constricter wrapped around the mailbox of the home in overland park. it's unclear when the red tail boa constrictor slithered onto the home.her size didn't make it easy for the responding animal control officer.
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the boa is six to seven years old. ( james ) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news... more air quality concerns today for the bay area. we will take a closer look at the areas that will be impacted the most. ( james ) we'll be back as the kron 4 morning news continues... and here's a live look outside... embarcadero. maybe you could save energy by weaving your own shoes... out of flax. or simply adjust your thermostat. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
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(james)(darya) lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will
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cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in cooler air pushing in
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overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( james )(ááá2 shot bamááá) (ááá2 shot bamááá) happening today... an air quality advisory is issued across the bay area today and tomorrow because of the smoke from nearby wildfires. this is
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the eighth time the agency has pushed out this alert. kron 4's sara stinson has details. walking downtown lafayette you really get a feel for how poor the air quality is, but if you come up here to deer hill road you can see just how bad it is...if i pan over to mount diablo you can see how smoggy and smokey the air is right above highway 24. i spoke to people who say they can physically feel how bad the air is...but the poor air quality is not just impacting the east bay - the spare the air alert is in effect in all nine counties in the bay area. officials with the bay area air quality management district say the south bay is experiencing the most unhealthy air because of
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all the air pollution from people on the roads. it's the smog plus the smoke from fires in california, oregon and canada that makes the skies to hazy. many people in lafayette spent the day taking advantage of the warm weather - but officials advise people to stay indoors especially is you smell smoke in the air. the air quality is mostly harmful to children and seniors.these unhealthy and moderate levels can cause throat irritation, congestion, chest pain and it can trigger asthma.that's why judy sandberg takes measures to protect her family.air quality officials ask you to not add to the pollution and instead carpool or take public transportation. wood burning is not banned today but it is highly discouraged. air quality officials say it's not as bad as last year during the wine country fires - but it is something people should take seriously.live in lafayette, sara stinson, kron 4 news.###
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( james ) happening today... an air quality advisory is issued across the bay area today and tomorrow because of the smoke from nearby wildfires. john shrable is here with more on that advisory.
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( darya ) the biggest fire in state history is now 79-percent contained. the mendocino complex fire has burned nearly 390-thousand acres.. it's burning in lake... mendocino... colusa and glenn counties... and is made up of the river and ranch fires. flames have destroyed more than 150 homes. more than a thousand buildings are still threatened
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this morning and more evacuations have been issued for parts of glenn and colusa counties. ( darya ) the ferguson fire that was burning in mariposa county and closed down yosemite national park has been fully contained. the fire burned more than 96- thousand acres. two firefighters were killed in the fire... and 10 structures were destroyed. officials say some parts of the forest will continue to smolder and burn causing lingering smoke. ( darya ) in the east bay... oakland police are investigating three separate shootings... and all of the shooters are still on the loose. the first happened near international boulevard and sixth avenue. that's in the city's eastlake district. a 36-year-old woman was shot in the leg. the second shooting happened near 14th and madison street. police say a man was injured when he was shot during an attempted robbery. and the third shooting happened near i-980 and west grand. police say the victim is in critical condition. ( james ) and new this
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morning... police in oakland are investigating a shooting near the fruitvale bart station. it happened just before midnight last night. at least one person was injured. ( james ) happening now... police in san francisco are searching for a driver involved in a hit-and-run. it happened near jones street and eddy street in the city's tenderloin neighborhood. police say a man was crossing the street saturday monring when a car hit him... and didn't stop. the man was seriously injured. police say the car they are looking for is orange or metallic red .. likely with front end damage. ( james ) in the east bay... the berkley police department is asking people to register their home security cameras. registering the cameras would allow the police department to quickly find cameras that could help investigtors solve crimes. it could also save investigators time in identifying criminals. registering security cameras is free... and personal information would be kept confidential. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... new signs show that the bay area housing market could be cooling down.
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( james )plus... people caught on camera using the sidewalk as a restroom. we hear from the bay area business fed up with the problem. ( james ) and police in stanislaus county are investigating a police shooting that killed a 15- year-old boy. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( darya ) a 15-year-old boy was killed in a police shooting in stanislaus county over the weekend. the sheriff's department said carmen mendez was shot
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saturday after a car chase. they say mendez jumped out of a lexus, armed with a handgun. police connected the lexus to two separate incidents -- a hit and run... and a report of someone brandishing a gun.it remains unclear if mendez was driving the lexus, because there were four others in the vehicle at the time of the shooting. a 20-year-old was arrested on an unrelated warrant. ( darya ) coming up next ... the latest challenge some bay area restaurants are facing... is blackmail. how restaurants are being threatened - if they don't pay up. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) akáá)
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(james)(darya) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and (james)(darya) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic... cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air
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settling in across the region will ensure the temperatures fall cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool air settling in across the region
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will ensure the temperatures fall even further down into the low 80's for some inland areas.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. no problems across the golden gate bridge bridge ( james ) one san francisco business has had enough of people are using the area outside the front door of the business as a bathroom. there is security video of it
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happening in the south of market neighborhood. a man in a orange worker-vest is seen crouching down and takes off his blue plastic gloves to apparently use the bathroom.recently, a woman was also desperate to go ... and caught on camera in the act. the business wants the city to respond with the same urgency ... as the people needing to go to the bathroom. < i would say we have had 30 incidents since we got new cameras which was a year ago that is we have a business to run, people have children it is unacceptable>( james ) public works says when someone calls 3-1-1 it should take 24 hours or less for a crew to respond. they say those types of calls are a priority to clean up. ( darya ) 4 your money this morning ... it may just be a summertime slow-down ... but there are signs that the but there are signs that the local real estate market is cooling off a bit. in the
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south bay ... you may have noticed a few more "for have noticed a few more "for sale" signs in your neighborhood ... suggesting that inventories are up. experts say homes there are signs some of those homes are selling for a little less right now.certain properties are also staying on the market longer than what sellers have been used to.
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people are using the threat of a bad review to blackmail bay area restaurants. in the last week - nearly a dozen restaurants have received letters threatening their reputation - unless the restaurants pay up. one of the retaurants threatened was san francisco's waterbar. waterbar received an email saying that the sender was hired by the restaurants competitor to write a negative review about the restaurant. the scammer says they will refuse to write the negative review if the restaurant pays up. ( darya ) the golden gate restaurant association says 15 restaurants have received similar emails. ( james ) now to bay area baseball ...the oakland
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a's are one game behind the defending world champions houston astros.... for first place in the a-l west. ( darya ) the a's hosted the astros yesterday. in the 1st inning ... the a's score off a matt chapman homer. khris davis also gets a solo homer for oakland. after the astros fight back ... khris davis hits his second homer of the day ... tieing the game ... then its all houston after the top of the 7th ... wining 9 - 4 to take back 1st place for themselves.the a's take on the texas the a's take on the texas rangers tonight.first pitch is at 7:05. ( james ) moving on over to the giants ... it's been an awful trip to cincinnati... at the bottom of the 3rd ...reds batter scooter gennett hits one down the first base line ... the ball bounces off of the wall.andrew mccutchen is struggling to pick it up. that leads to a triple for gennett. the reds batter eugenio suarez belts one deep to center field for the 2-run homer. in the end ... the
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reds beat the giants 11-4.the giants have lost 4-straight. they travel to brooklyn to play the mets today.first pitch is at 4:10. ( james ) coming up in the 7 o'clock hour of the kron 4 morning news... a father detained by ice.. while he was driving his wife to the hosptial. now she wants answers. rnoon with plenty of
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the 60's and 70's temperatures in continued cool the coast expect in the 80's. along week ahead only in the 90's to a (áábreakáá) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead onlyin the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon
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( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... a sideshow blocks traffic on the bay bridge and it is all caught on camera. ( darya ) and school starts in san francisco today but a muni bus driver shortage could make it harder for students to get there on time. ( darya ) and... a new warning as the west nile virus is found in more places in the east bay. this is not a bed.
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well well well, what have we here? a magical place... that's lookin' to get scared! with bats...and ghouls... and cars in disguise. i've cast quite a spell now... you won't believe your eyes! (laughter) the spell is cast. halloween time is back with spook-tacular experiences in disneyland and disney california adventure parks! (laughter) a popular east bay park is the scene of a triple shooting over the weekend. we have the latest on the search for the gunman. (lydia)a side show stops traffic on the bay bridge over the weekend and we have the video. san francisco schools is warning of muni delays because of a shortage of drivers.
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(darya) good (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom.. (james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... cooler air pushing in overnight will result in a noticeable drop in temperatures today which will take inland areas from a weekend in the 90's to a week ahead only in the 80's. along the coast expect continued cool temperatures in the 60's and 70's with plenty of afternoon sunshine. cool

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