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tv   KRON 4 Early News  KRON  August 27, 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 is monday august 27th. im robin winston. lets start this morning with a check on weather and traffic. stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again
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start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by temperatures again falling below average. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the below average. again falling temperatures followed by later in the week followed by
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temperatures again falling below average. 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.
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( robin ) two people are dead and three others are injured after two separate shootings in oakland. this is a picture of the scene of the first shooting on the 95- hundred block of 'e' street. one person died in that shooitng and another was injured. then about 90 minutes later... another person was shot and killed near 11th avenue and international boulevard. one man died in that shooting and two others were injured. right now it is not clear if the shootings are related. the gunmen are still on the loose. ( robin ) the body of a 79-year-old man... was found in an alley in menlo park. the body was found yesterday morning in the alley of the 100 block of willow road. the man had a visible head wound. police say right now... there is no sign of foul play but they are still investigating.
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( robin ) happening now... police are investigating a stabbing at the macarthur bart station. now police say they are looking for this man. they say he stabbed another man while on a fremont bound train the victim suffered an injury to his thumb... and was taken to a nearby hospital... and is expected to be okay. ( robin ) two teenage boys are under arrest after leading police on a chase that ended in a crash near a south bay high school. the car was reported stolen early sunday morning in santa clara. the 15-year-old driver lead police on a chase that ended near wilson high school. the driver lost control and drove through a chain link fence and crashed into a tree. the driver suffered a broken leg. the 16-year- old passneger was not injured. both are facing charges of grand theft auto and evading police. ( robin ) a fire in san pablo has displaced seven people. firefighters were called to heather drive.. when they arrived.... the back of the home was engulfed. no one was injured. the
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cause of the fire is under investigation. ( robin ) a man is under arrest this morning after two people were stabbed outside a restaurant in the north bay. it happened at la-perla tapatio on santa rosa avenue in santa rosa. police say jose lopez-mendoza stabbed two security guards after he and his friends were kicked out for being intoxicated. both of the victims are expected to survive. lopez mendoza... was also taken to the hospital after he was found with large amounts of blood on his hands. he is being charged with attempted murder. ( robin ) investigators say say a tesla driver, who said he áthoughtá his car was in autopilot mode... crashed into the back of a firetruck in san jose. c-h-p says says the tesla rear-ended a fire engine that was stopped with its emergency lights turned on along highway 101 on saturday. 37-year-old michael tran told officers "i think i had auto-pilot on."
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tran was later arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. it was unclear whether autopilot was activated. tesla says in a statement that it has not yet received any data from the car, but they are working to figure out what happened. ( robin ) in the east bay... police in berkeley are looking for this man after he was caught on camera breaking into cars. this happened ne the u-c berkeley campus. the man broke into two cars and then was seen looking into several others. he was last seen in this 1998 nissan pathfinder. ( robin ) another big story we are following... video of an arrest in vallejo has sparking controversy this morning. some witnesses believe police used excessive force when taking a 22 year old into custody friday night. vallejo police say they were responding to a 911 call of a teenage girl who said she was being held captive in the suspects car. kron 4's
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hermela aregawi has the latest. hey don't beat him!a dramatic arrest caught on a cell phone cameravallejo police arresting a 22 year old man friday night..while on-lookers yell at officers to stop beating the suspect.elaine wallace/vallejothe guy is screaming. he's screaming for help and in so much pain. did you see that blood that was on his skull? that was horrific to watch.the vallejo police department says officers responded to a call from a 14 year old girl reporting that she was stuck in a man's car.. and that he would not take her home.they say.. when they approached that car.. the suspect 22 year old angel bagos ran away from the scene.. and to the front part of mod pizza which is where the video was taken.the man who captured the arrest on his cell phone says.. officers tackled bagos so hard into the door that the glass and wood broke.but police say.. bagos tripped on the sidewalk as officers trying take him
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down to arrest him.elaine wallace/vallejohe was just a little guy. there's no way he could trip from this curb and do that much damage to that door..police also say.. that bagos refused to comply when officers ordered him from underneath his body.. so one of them used a flashlight to repeatedly hit him in his back area and left arm.elaine wallace/vallejothere's no way that the police should be in a position like that. first of all, it's two cops. the guy is on the ground. and while the guy is spending all that energy beating him, the other cop was taking his precious time putting him in handcuffs. and we don't know what happened before because of where the video started . but that does not have to do with the end result was, them beating him like a meat cleaver. he was screaming like an animal screaming and they had no sympathy. they just kept beating him.
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( robin ) another big story we are following... two people are dead and several others are injured following a mass shooting at a video game tournament in florida. the gunman is also dead. he has been identified as 24-year old david katz from baltimore, maryland. andy rose has the latest. a live stream interrupted by gunfire.as dozens of people took part in a video game tournament in jacksonville--- authorities say a gunman opened fire."what did you shoot me with?"confusion and panic as confusion and panic as gunshots were heard before game came to a sudden stop. mos: "it was supposed to be a nice weekend. just a nice weekend and enjoy playing madden against some people i've played against online." one witness says he ran to the restroom and hid there for ten minutes.voice of ryan alemon,
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witness: "this happened so quick. like, we just seen the gun. i guess he had a laser on the gun and he shot through, and everybody just started running."the shooting happened sunday afteroon at a shopping and dining complex-during a qualifying event for the madden 19 tournament.it's still unclear what led up to the attack, but authorities say the suspected gunman is among the dead.mike williams, jacksonville sheriff's office: "we have no outstanding suspects at this time. no outstanding suspects. we have one suspect in this case. he's diseased."the injured were transported to area hospitals, some with multiple gunshot wounds.dr. marie crandau, uf health jackson: "we want to extend condolences. second, continue to care for our patients and make sure they get adequate care for their injuries."i'm andy rose reporting. ( robin ) happening today -- the california highway patrol is hosting a summit on marijuana traffic safety. the summit will center on the legalization of marijuana in the state and its impact on impaired driving. it starts this morning at 8:00 at
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the alameda county office of emergency services. the event is free and open to the general public. (robin) coming up on the kron 4 morning news ... one east bay community is using a softball game to try and put an ened to the violence in their city. ( robin ) plus... an apple store targeted again in a smash and grab robbery in the bay area. (robin) and after the break... family and friends remember the iowa college student... originally from the bay area... who was found murdered in a corn field. (robin) and here's a live look outside...at the san mateo bridge. checking in on your
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morning forecast. stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below
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average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by temperatures again falling below average. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy
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followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by temperatures again falling below average. no major hot 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 ) another big
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story we are following this morning... mourners paid their last respects to mollie tibbetts. the 20-year-old university of iwoa student who was orginally from the bay area... disappeared in july....while she was out jogging. her body was found last week, and a suspect is in custody. omar jimenez has the latest. nat bugs/crickets corn fieldit was in a corn field near this very spotwhere police found the body of mollie tibbetts.a former psychology major at the university of iowa.days laterfamily and friends try to come to grips with a saga that began with her disappearance in mid-july.her funeral service brought together hundreds...a mix of family, friends, and members of the community...emotions still raw.she was last seen on july 18thjogging.omar jimenez/reporting"one family member tells me this is the path she would normally run and, according to investigators, it was surveillance video from around this intersection that led to
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the suspect's arrest. police say she was taken just about a mile down the road." 24-year-old christian rivera is accused of killing mollie. rick rahn/special agent in charge at the iowa division of criminal investigation"at one point he tells us that mollie grabbed a hold of her phone and told him you need to leave me along i'm going to call the police. and then she took off running. he in turn chased her down."nat soundpolice say the abduction happened on this remote road and according to a preliminary report from the autopsy, she died from "multiple sharp force injuries."rivera is also an undocumented immigrant, investigators say.it's been ammunition for some republicans.president trump...among them.president trump/no font needed"you saw what happened to that incredible beautiful young woman. should've never happened. illegally in our country- we've had a huge impact, but the laws are so bad. the immigration laws are such a disgrace."but members of the tibbetts family have been against politicizing her death.instead they've tried to
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focus on the positives.nat sound from gamemollie tibbetts' brotherscottwasn't supposed to play in his high school's season opener just days after police discovered his sister's body.but he didand as the quarterback...t hrew for two touchdowns and ran for a third in a win.coach jerod burns/head football coach - brooklyn, guernsey, and malcom high school"the tibbetts family, they've just been a rock for this community, i think it's the epitome of what this community stands for. they've just had an outpouring of support. they've been there for everybody and everybody's been there for them."and it seemed everyone was there for them...at her funeral...with the eulogies focusing on turning to the page in life...and living it to the fullest.mollie tibbetts was 20 years old. omar jimenez...cnn...brooklyn, iowa ( robin ) a bay area attorney who spent nearly a week inside a texas detention center says the u-s has a human rights crisis. shikha (she-kah) hamilton returned from an ice facility that held mostly fathers and
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children. hamiliton was one of 16 people that volunteered to give leagal counsel to the detainees. she says many came with hope... and then lost it within the walls of the detention centers.
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it was the people of richmond against former gang members from los angeles. all the players are volunteers -- the main purpose is to promote peace and to stop local violence.. ( robin ) this was the 4th annual soulful softball game. organizers say it's the kind of gathering needed to help stem the rising crime in the city of richmond. as for the game... los angeles won 25 to 23. ( robin ) thousands of runners might be a little sore this morning... after taking part in the bridge-to-bridge race. the race started at the ferry building in san francisco yesterday morning. it was all in support of the special olympics of northern california. there was both a 5-k and 12-k race. runners made their way through
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fisherman's wharf and ghirardelli square... before ending at crissy field. (robin) still ahead on the kron four morning news... verizon says it is making big changes after it is accused of throttling service for firefighters. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the golden gate bridge. the hollywood minute is coming up after the break.
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(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by temperatures again falling below average. (robin) (robin) in entertainment
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headlines... marevel is making a push to get one of its biggest movies an oscar nomination. david daniel has that story and more in the hollywood minute. "i've seen aliens drop from the sky..." (nat) "but i have never seen anything like this." when the motion picture academy announced a "best popular film" category, some people started calling it the "black panther" award -- after all, no super-hero movie's ever been nominated for best picture. but according to the l-a times, marvel still has its eyes on the big prize for "panther," hiring veteran oscar strategists, and for the first time, budgeting for an oscars campaign."i think it felt particularly poignant..." a change in emmas! variety reports, emma watson has joined the star-studded remake of "little women." she'll replace emma stone, who'll be busy promoting her award-season contender "the favourite," opening november 23rd."you know that feeling, like there's a song in the
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air, and it's playing just for you?""coco" cleaned up at the imagen awards, which honor positive portrayals of latinos in entertainment. the animated tale won best feature film and best director, plus a creative achievement award... "overboard" stars eugenio derbez (ay-oh-hen-ee-oh dare- bayz) and eva longoria received acting trophies for "overboard." in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( robin ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... bay area groups voice strong opposition against president donald trump's conservative supreme court nominee. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the bay bridge toll plaza. we'll be back with more we'll be
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(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (robin) welcome back. checking in on your morning forecast.
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stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine
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into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by temperatures again falling below average.
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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 ) hundreds of people hundreds (
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robin ) hundreds of people rallied against president donald trump's conservative supreme court nominee in san francisco. many arguing that giving judge brett kavanaugh a lifetime appointment would be a terrible mistake. kron4's michelle kingston was there. (mk)michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"this is an event taking place across the country and here in san francisco hundreds have gathered together demanding justice for all and standing together against kavanaugh."on sunday -- people against judge bretkavanaugh came together ... in a nationwide "unite for justice" day of action to demand the senate reject his nomination.karen grove, san francisco"this is just too important. everything we've worked for for 50 years is at risk so i came out. i've been
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coming out and coming out and i will keep coming out because it's just too important not to."nats"this justice, no peace."local politicians and activists took to the stage "this is the single largest day of action ever in american history to oppose a supreme court nominee." "i choose the life of women who have to make difficult decisions in a world that does not provide resources for reproductive health.""as tired as we are coming together to fight against this president, we are not going to stop until we win."dozens of organizations joined in on the movement taking place in all fifty states.in san francisco -- hundreds cheered and held signs in support of women and environmental rights -- worried that kavanaugh may reverse all they've worked for mayor london breed, san francisco"we are going to continue to fight every challenge you put before us
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because here in san francisco this is where the work gets done this is where we come together. this is where we stand tall and proud." confirmation hearings for kavanaugh, who would succeed retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy are slated to begin next monthin san francisco michelle kingston kron 4 news ( robin ) in walnut creek... an apple store that's only been open for a month is targeted by thieves. police say the thieves were able to walk in... steal macbooks and i-phones... and escape in a black mercedes that was waiting outside. a shopper used their phone to get video of the getaway car. police say no weapons were used. just last week... thieves robbed an apple in corte madera. they got away with 19-thousand dollars worth of merchandise. ( robin ) verizon says it has changed its policy after a bay area fire chief filed a lawsuit claiming the company slowed down their data speeds while they were battling the mendocino complex fire.
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the lawsuit states that slowing the internet speed was actively impeding firefighters' ability to provide essential emergency services. just days after the lawsuit was filed ... verizon says they will ánow lift restrictions on public safety customers, providing full network access. ( robin ) verizon has apologized saying they are sorry they did not live up to their own promise of service. ( robin ) thousands of people are in black rock city, nevada taking part in the week-long burning man festival. but would-be festival goers are out thousands of dollars. they were turned
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away at the gate.. for having fake tickets. one man says he spent thousands buying tickets from a guy on craigslist. and another woman we talked to says she spent over thousand dollars on fake tickets. ( robin ) burning man organizers say you should avoid ticket resale sites that mark up the prices... if found -- those tickets will be voided. ( robin ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... one bay area group is stepping up to help students in the east bay. (robin) and after the break... see how the country is honoring senator john mccain. (robin) and here's a live look outside... at the embarcadero.
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( robin ) in national news... the political world is still reeling after the death of arizona senator john mccain. right now flags in the u-s capital and around the country are flying at half staff in honor of the war hero. he died saturday after battling brain cancer for a little more than a year. karin caifa is outside mccain's ranch in sedona, arizona, with how the country is remembering john mccain. the world paused on sunday to remember john mccain's service to his
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country.sen. jeff flake/-r- arizona: "i have admired him, like i said, my entire life. it's tough to i said, my entire admired him, like i said, my entire admired him, like arizona: "i have admired him, like i said, my entire life. it's tough to imagine a senate without him. it's tough to imagine politics without john mccain, but we need to go on." the 81-year-old republican senator died saturday afternoon following a battle with brain cancer.his wife cindy tweeted: "my heart is broken. i am so lucky to have lived the adventure of loving this incredible man for 38 years." as the sun set over mccain's beloved ranch in central arizona on saturday... constituents stopped outside to pay their respects.senator lindsey graham -- mccain's longtime friend and political ally -- expressed his grief in a tweet --reading in part: "america and freedom have lost one of her greatest champions. and i've lost one of my dearest friends and mentor." sen. kelly ayotte/-r- new hampshire: "he's tough as nails, incredibly bright, so strong and corageous. but to his friends... we loved his sense of humor, his optimism. he was always getting ready for the next fight."as mccain was transported from his home
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to phoenix saturday night... people gathered along the procession route to honor his maverick spirit.after leaving arizona, he will lie in state at the u.s. capitol in washington. in sedona i'm karin caifta (robin) (robin) coming up on the kron four morning news... after months of construction... a big improvement project could bring relief to bay area commuters. (robin) live look outside... at the san francisco international airport. on your morning forecast.
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stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by temperatures again falling below average. 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
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the toll to 101.
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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. county... residents are concerned that the coyote population is growing. but wildlife officails say there is no cause for concern. a resident and his wife found a carcus of a cat that appeared to be half eaten last fall. he says he's lived
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there for 46 years, but didn't start seeing coyotes on his street until three or four years ago. in the past year he says he and his neighbors have reported up to two dozen coyote-related incidents. ( robin ) hensel says he wants the county to take an accurate count of all coyotes living here, round them up and send them back to open space. ( robin ) it's the first day of school for kids in berkeley... and a bay area non- profit is helping low income kids get the school supplies they need. kron 4's sara stinson has the details. hundreds of volunteers came out to the international house at u-c berkley to assemble over three thousand back to
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school kits full of items like notebooks, folders, colored pencils you name it anything a lowincome child may need heading into the school year. "california is now the 5th largest economy in the world yet there is 2.3 million students in the public school who can't provide for their own school supplies and the schools don't supply them anymore. plus, there are 5 million homeless children."in effort to help those in need of supplies - supply bank dot org has been hosting this event for eight years. "it started as a grass roots event out of a fraternity at berkley and it's turned into the largest school supply donation event in the united states." volunteers come out from a variety of organizations."a couple hundred kaiser volunteers and later on today there will be a couple hundred more from supply bank and the city of berkley and other interested parties will come here for 3 or 4 hours."as each school supply gets packed into the totes - volunteers say
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it's rewarding to give back. "i'm very grateful i'm helping the community especially the children.""it's even more rewarding when you get to see the kids pick up these backpacks."the back to school kits will be handed out to those in need at san pablo park on september eighth. in berkley, sara stinson, kron 4 news.### ( robin ) some relief for commuters in san francisco as the twin peaks tunnel is now back open. the tunnel has been under construction for the past two months. kron 4's gayle ong has the latest on how this will change peoples commutes. the twin peaks tunnel is back open saturday..after being under construction for two months..a big relief for commuters...and businesses as the construction site took up parking spaces ..edgar lugo
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owns this shoe shop near the tunnel, he also commutes via public transportation from the east bay -- he says the project affected business but it needed to get donethe city's municipal transportation agency was replacing tracks and drainage systemsthe completion comes two weeks after a tragic accident during the project..51-year-old patrick ricketts of colusa county died after he was hit by a steel beamwhile working inside the tunnelricketts was a signal technician for shimmick construction...which was later revealed to have a history of workplace and safety violations...muni recieved criticism of the project after reports stating the company denied any citations and violations on documentsbut transit officials ensured the company did meet the requirments to pre-qualify for the bid in san francisco gayle ong kron 4 news.
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(robin) (robin) coming up on the kron four morning news... a big weekend at the box office. see which movie claimed the top spot.
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"crazy rich asians" rules the box office for another week. while
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melissa mccarthy's new movie was a major flop. david daniel runs down the week's top 5 films. "christopher robin" moved up a spot to fifth place, on ticket sales of six-point-three million dollars. "mission: impossible - fallout" stayed in fourth place: eight-million dollars gave it a domestic total of 194-million."you two are the most decorated officers in this department. what do you see?""looks like a robbery gone wrong to me.""this wasn't a robbery. this was a hit." "the happytime murders" was dead on arrival, opening in third place with just 10- million dollars -- the worst debut ever for a movie with melissa mccarthy in the lead role.(nat)"the meg" took second place for the second straight weekend, gobbling up 13-million dollars to cruise past the 100-million mark in domestic box office."hi, i'm astrid. what's your name?"more riches for "crazy rich asians!" the singapore-set rom-com stayed atop the chart with 25-million dollars --
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almost as much as it made in its debut weekend. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( robin ) coming up in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news... another attack on a bart train. we are live with more on the person police are looking for this morning. ( robin ) and a new warning this morning for people in contra costa county after more insects and birds test positive for west nile virus. ( robin ) and an arrest caught on camera is stirring up controversy all acorss the bay area. ♪ flintstones! meet the flintstones. ♪
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from
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the maze to sf. ( darya ) happening now. police are investigating a stabbing at the macarthur bart station.( james ) this is the second violent attack on bart... in less than a week. kron 4's will tran joins us live from san francisco. ( will ) now police say they are
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looking for this man. they say he stabbed another man while on a fremont bound train the victim suffered an injury to his thumb... and was taken to a nearby hospital... and is expected to be okay.
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( james ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) a big story this morning... two people are dead and three others are injured after two separate shootings in oakland. this is a picture of the scene of the first shooting on the 95- hundred block of 'e' street. one person died in that shooitng and another was injured. then about 90 minutes later... another person was shot and killed near 11th avenue and international boulevard. one man died in that shooting and two others were injured. right now it is not clear if the shootings are related.are still on the loose. ( darya ) video of an arrest in vallejo has sparked
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controversy. witnesses say police used excessive force when taking a 22- year-old man into custody.. but the police department says approriate force was used. the vallejo police department says officers responded to a call from a 14-year-old girl who says she was stuck in a man's car. they say when they approached the car... 22- year-old angel bagos ran away. the man who captured the arrest on his cell phone says officers pushed bagos into a door.. causing the glass and wood to break. the vallejo police department says bagos refused to comply with their commands.
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police say the suspect was taken to the hospital for treatmemt. the 14-year- old girl was released to her family. ( james ) in the north bay.... a man is under arrest this morning after two people were stabbed outside of a restaurant. it happened at la-perla tapatio on santa rosa avenue in santa rosa. police say jose lopez-mendoza stabbed two security guards after he and his friends were kicked out for being intoxicated. both of the victims are expected to survive. lopez-mendoza is being charged with attempted murder. ( james ) in the south bay... two teenage boys are under arrest after leading police on a chase that ended in a crash near a south bay high school. the car was reported stolen early sunday morning in santa clara. the 15-year-old driver lead police on a chase that ended near wilson high school. the driver lost control and drove through a chain link fence and crashed into a tree. the driver suffered a broken leg. the 16-year- old passneger was not injured. both are facing charges of grand theft auto and evading police.
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( james ) the body of a 79-year-old man was found in an alley in menlo park. the body was found yesterday morning in the alley of the 100 block of willow road. the man had a visible head wound. police say as of right now... there is no sign of foul play. ( darya ) a big story this morning... mourners have paid their last respects to mollie tibbetts. the 20-year-old university of iowa student -- who was from the bay area -- disappeared in july while she was out jogging. her body was found last week in a cornfield. a now suspect -- cristhian rivera -- is in custody. tibbetts' funeral service brought hundreds together... a mix of family, friends and community members.
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played in his high school's season opener. he threw for two touchdowns and ran a third one in for the win. ( james ) this morning the fbi is searching the home of the gunman who killed two people at an online gaming tournament in jacksonville, florida. police say the gunman killed himself as they were closing in. ( darya ) 11 people were also injured in the attack. camila bernal is in jacksonville with the details. gov. rick scott/ -r- florida: "we have got to change. we've got to really stop and say to ourselves: there's something wrong"two people were killed in another mass shooting in floridathis time at a online gaming tournament in jacksonvilleparticipants from all over the country had gathered in a pizza restaurant sunday afternoonto compete in a madden nfl tournament at jacksonville's landing complex that's where police say 24- year-old david katz, a gamer from baltimore, opened fire. crowds of people scattered in all directions, trying to get to safety in the populated outdoor marketplaceshawn richardson/witness: "i heard the gunfire and the next thing
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i know i see people coming out of hooters and they were falling, one person fell on the ground."almost a dozen others were injured by bullets, or while trying to fleesheriff mike williams/ jacksonville: "there were nine victims transported by jfrd to area hospital, several of those had gunshot wounds...i'm happy to report that they are all in stable condition at this time."the fbi searched the suspect's home in baltimore, hoping to find some clue, as to why katz committed this horrible act.gov. rick scott/ r- florida: "this is a horrible day ... at the end of the day we have to grieve for individuals that senselessly lost their lives."in jacksonville, florida, i'm camilla bernal. ( james ) ( james ) bernal.camilla florida, i'm in jacksonville, their lives." senselessly lost their lives." in jacksonville, florida, i'm camilla bernal.
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( james ) in walnut creek... an apple store that's only been open for a month is targeted by thieves. police say the thieves were able to walk in... steal macbooks and i-phones... and escape in a black mercedes that was waiting outside. a shopper used their phone to get video of the getaway car. police say no weapons were used. just last week... thieves robbed an apple in corte madera. they got madera.apple in corte robbed
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an apple in corte madera. they got away with 19-thousand dollars worth of merchandise. ( james ) ( james ) ( james ) police in berkeley are looking for this man after he was caught this man after he was caught on camera breaking into cars. this happened near the u-c berkeley campus. the man broke into two cars and then was seen looking into several others. he was last seen in this 1998 nissan pathfinder.
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( darya ) happening today... the c-hp is partnering with the nevada highway patrol to participate in the i-80 challenge. it is an effort to reduce distracted and reckless driving along i-80 from san francisco all the way to the nevada-utah state line. the effort will start today and last through september 3rd. c-h-p will increase safety operations along the route. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... fake burning man tickets for sale. this morning.. some bay area festival-goers are now out thousands of dollars. ( darya ) plus... remembering a maverick. this week... the u-s capitol will honor the late arizona senator john mccain. ( darya ) and... an east bay community is using a softball game to try and put an ened to the violence in their city. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. checking the bay bridge
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commute on wb 80. your drive time is less than 30 min from the maze to fremont street
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the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast.
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stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by temperatures again falling below average. mjor bart delays due to equipment problem. delay between antioch and pittsburg, in the sfo directions. 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. ( darya ) thousands of
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people are in black rock city, nevada taking part in the week-long burning man festival. but would- stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by temperatures again falling below average. mjor bart delays due to equipment problem. delay
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between antioch and pittsburg, in the sfo directions. 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. to 101. ( darya ) thousands of people are in black rock city, nevada taking part in the
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week-long burning man festival. but would-be festival goers are out thousands of dollars. they were turned away at the gate.. for having fake tickets. one man says he spent thousands buying tickets from a guy on craigslist. and another woman we talked to says she spent over a thousand dollars on fake tickets. ( darya ) burning man organizers say you should avoid ticket resale sites that mark up the prices... if found -- those the prices... if found -- those tickets will be voided. ( james ) hundreds of people in san francisco rallied against president trump's supreme court nominee. many arguing that giving
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judge brett kavanaugh a lifetime appointment would be a terrible mistake. kron4's michelle kingston has more. michelle kingston, mkingstonnews"this is an event taking place across the country and here in san francisco hundreds have gathered together demanding justice for all and standing together against kavanaugh."on sunday -- people against judge brett kavanaugh came together ... in a nationwide "unite for justice" day of action to demand the senate reject his nomination.karen grove, san francisco"this is just too important. everything we've worked for for 50 years is at risk so i came out. i've been coming out and coming out and i will keep coming out because it's just too important not to."nats"this justice, no peace."local politicians and activists took to the stage "this is the single largest day of action ever in american history to oppose a supreme court nominee." "i choose the life of women who have to make difficult decisions in a world
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that does not provide resources for reproductive health.""as tired as we are coming together to fight against this president, we are not going to stop until we win."dozens of organizations joined in on the movement taking place in all fifty states.in san francisco -- hundreds cheered and held signs in support of women and environmental rights -- worried that kavanaugh may reverse all they've worked for mayor london breed, san francisco"we are going to continue to fight every challenge you put before us because here in san francisco this is where the work gets done this is where we come together. this is where we stand tall and proud." confirmation hearings for kavanaugh, who would succeed retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy are slated to begin next monthin san francisco michelle kingston kron 4 news ( darya ) around the world... people are celebrating the life of the
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man known as a maverick. arizona senator john mccain died on saturday of brain cancer. mccain was a third generation naval officer... and then as prisoner of war. to commemorate his more than 30-year career in the senate -- new york democrat chuck schumer wants to rename the russell senate office building after mccain. on wednesday... mccain will lie in state at the arizona capitol -- on what would have been his 82nd birthday. then - he will lie in state at the u-s capitol. ( james ) a former archbishop has called on the pope to resign. pope francis also faced protests in ireland this weekend... as he attended a gathering of the catholic church. the pope's visit came amid an international scandal of child sex abuse in the church -- and reports detailing decades of cover-ups in the u-s, chile, and australia. former
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archbishop carlo maria vigano -- said he told the pope, in 2013, about allegations of sexual abuse against high- profile american cardinal theodore mccarrick. mccarrick resigned from his position last month. ( james ) coming up... verizon says it is making big changes after it is accused of throttling service for firefighters. ( james ) and after the break... a father pulls off an emotional gender reveal... using old videos of his wife's father. you could generate your own energy,
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brings a vacaville mother to tears. ( james ) jennifer jones-prothro and her husband james prothro are expecting their ninth child. jennifer wanted the gender to be a surprise but later decided she couldn't wait. she asked james to come up with a creative way to tell her since he already knew. ( darya ) so he took
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recordings of jennifer's late father... and edited them to create an audio message with her father announcing it was a girl. the video was uploaded to twitter by the couple's 17-year-old the couple's 17-year-old daughter. it has already been viewed more than five-point-five million times. ( james ) coming up... not only did they have to put out flames... but firefighters had to battle a man -- who was trying to steal their truck. ( lydia ) in the east bay.. health officals are warning about the west nile virus after more insects and birds have tested positive. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
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( james )( darya ) welcome back to the kron four morning news... lets start the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy
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followed by plenty of sunshine into the no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. mjor bart delays due to equipment problem. delay between antioch and pittsburg, in the sfo directions. ( darya ) in the east bay.. health officals are warning about the west nile virus after more insects and birds have tested positive. ( james ) kron 4's lydia pantazes joins us live in concord with the latest. a new warning for a new
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a new warning for contra costa county residents... more insects and birds have tested positive for west nile virus. so far 13 groups of mosquitoes.. 8 dead birds and 13 chickens have 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 nine areas of contra costa county.. oakley.. martinez.. holland tract.. discovery bay.... quimby island... brentwood.. bryon... antioch and concord. ( james ) thanks lydia. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( james ) investigators say say a tesla driver who said he áthoughtá his car was
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in autopilot mode... crashed into the back of a firetruck in san jose. c-h-p says says the tesla rear-ended a fire engine that was stopped with its emergency lights turned on along highway 101 on saturday. 37-year-old michael tran told officers "i think i had auto-pilot on." tran was later arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. it was unclear whether autopilot was activated. tesla says in a statement that it has not yet received any data from the car, but they are working to figure out what haened. ( darya ) verizon says it has changed its policy after a bay area fire chief filed a lawsuit claiming the company slowed down their data speeds while they were battling the mendocino complex fire. the lawsuit states that slowing the internet speed was actively impeding firefighters' ability to provide essential emergency services. just days after the lawsuit was filed ... verizon says they will ánow lift restrictions on public
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safety customers, providing full network access. ( darya ) verizon has apologized saying they are sorry they did not live up to their own promise of service. ( darya ) a bay area attorney who spent nearly a week inside a texas detention center says the u-s has a human rights crisis. shikha hamilton returned from an ice facility that held mostly fathers and children. hamiliton was one of 16 people who volunteered to give leagal counsel to the detainees. she says many came with hope... and then lost it within the walls of the detention centers.
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are people coming under very difficult circumstances. there's gangs, there's violence, there's poverty. and they took a lot of effort to get to our border to protect their child>( darya ) hamilton says a lot of the detainees she spoke with are fleeing the violence in guatemala and hondurus. she says a lot of non-profits are helping but there are still many people who are being detained for months.. without a chance to speak to a lawyer. ( james ) in the east bay... richmond has dealt with a number of violent shootings this summer but over the weekend... the community gathered for a game of softball to promote peace and stop violence. that game happened at nichol park. it was the people of richmond against former gang members from los angeles. all the players are volunteers -- the main purpose is to promote peace and to stop local violence..
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it's the best thing that happened to richmond in a long time.">( james ) this was the 4th annual soulful softball game. organizers say it's the kind of gathering needed to help stem the rising crime in the city of richmond. as for the game... los angeles won 25 to 23. ( james ) happening today... the c-h-p is hosting a summit on marijuana traffic safety. the summit will center on the legalization of marijuana and its impact on impaired driving. it starts this morning at 8:00 at the alameda county office of emergency services. the event is free and open to the public. ( james ) the twin peaks tunnel is back open after being under construction for two months. a relief for commuters and for business owners near the tunnel. some businesses had to work around the construction equipment that took up parking spaces. the city's municipal transportation agency was replacing trcks and drainage systems. this comes two weeks after 51-year- old patrick ricketts died after he was hit by a steel
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beam working inside the tunnel. ( darya ) firefighters in stockton had to forcibly remove a man from their fire engine after they said he tried to steal it. the incident happened early saturday morning... police say the man was pushing a lit garbage can up the driveway when fire crews arrived before he hopped in the front seat of the truck. after a short struggle.. they were able to get him out of the truck before he could take off. the man was arrested and faces chares for trying to steal a fire truck.. battery on a firefighter and arson. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... one bay area group is stepping up to help students in the east bay get school supplies. ( darya ) plus... we're taking a look at the mess left behind in hawaii... after the islands were drenched by hurricane lane. ( darya ) and next... where you can pay just 13- hundred dollars for a tiny studio... that doesn't even have a bathroom door.
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( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) we all know real estate in the bay area is pricey.. but this listing for a studio apartment in new york city is a little out there. ( darya ) the 140- square-foot studio at the top of a fourth-floor walk up in the upper west side hit the market for 1,375 dollars a month. you are getting a tiny lounging area.. bathroom without the door and a mini fridge stacked on top of your bed frame. ( james ) utilities are included
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and the apartment has been renovated with hardwood floors. ( james ) coming up after the break... the a's continue their winning ways. we've got 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 in disneyland and disney california adventure parks!
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(laughter) kellogg's chocolate mmm chocolatey mmm mmm mmmmmm yeah, chocolate! chocolatey. crunch into chocolatey gr-r-reatness.
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they're gr-r-reat! ( james ) the once powerful hurricane lane is drifting away from hawaii... but the people who live on the islands now have to deal with the mess left behind. in hilo, hawaii... a huge chunk of land more than 60 feet long slid down more than 25 feet... crumbling a large retaining wall. ( james ) meanwhile... meanwhile... the bay front remains underwater. longtime residents say they've never seen anything like this. ( james )( darya ) welcome
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back to the kron 4 morning news. let's get a check of the forecast. stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again
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start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be
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experienced later in the week followed by temperatures again falling below average. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo
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bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. ( james ) it's the first day of school for kids in berkeley... and a bay area non- profit is helping low income students get the supplies they need.( darya ) kron 4's sara stinson has the story. hundreds of volunteers came out to the international house at u-c berkley to assemble over three thousand back to school kits full of items like notebooks, folders, colored pencils you name it anything a lowincome child may need heading into the school year.
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"california is now the 5th largest economy in the world yet there is 2.3 million students in the public school who can't provide for their own school supplies and the schools don't supply them anymore. plus, there are 5 million homeless children."in effort to help those in need of supplies - supply bank dot org has been hosting this event for eight years. "it started as a grass roots event out of a fraternity at berkley and it's turned into the largest school supply donation event in the united states." volunteers come out from a variety of organizations."a couple hundred kaiser volunteers and later on today there will be a couple hundred more from supply bank and the city of berkley and other interested parties will come here for 3 or 4 hours."as each school supply gets packed into the totes - volunteers say it's rewarding to give back. "i'm vergrateful i'm helping the community especially the
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children.""it's even more rewarding when you get to see the kids pick up these backpacks."the back to school kits will be handed out to those in need at san pablo park on september eighth. in berkley, sara stinson, kron 4 news.### ( james ) bay area baseball.. and the a's win again... after striking first against the minnesota twins.( darya ) top of the first... matt chapman hit a solo home run. and he did again in the top of the 7th. the a's win this one 6-2. today the a's are in houston -- taking on the astros. first pitch is 5:10. ( darya ) the giants picked up a win against the texas rangers. bottom of the 4th... game tied at 1... steven duggar hit a 2 run triple... giving the giants a 3-1 lead. and that would be the final score. up next for the giants... they're taking on the diamondbacks tonight at a-t-and-t park. first pitch is 7:15. meanwhile... buster posey is set to have season-ending hip surgery today in colorado. ( james ) thousands of
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runners might be a little sore this morning... after taking part in the bridge-to-bridge race. the race started at the ferry building in san francisco yesterday morning. it was all in support of the special olympics of northern california. there was both a 5-k and 12-k race. runners made their way through fisherman's wharf and ghirardelli square... before ending at crissy field. ( james ) coming up at 6 o'clock. we'll break down the price of relying on ride-sharing services to get to work. this is not a bed. it's a revolution in sleep. the new sleep number 360 smart bed is on sale now, from $899, during sleep number's 'biggest sale of the year'. it senses your movement, and automatically adjusts to keep you both comfortable.
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stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will
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continue their trend below ( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. ( james ) "crazy rich asians" rules the box office for another week.( darya ) while melissa mccarthy's new movie was a major flop. david daniel runs down the week's top 5 films. "christopher robin" moved up a spot to fifth place, on ticket sales of six-point-three million dollars. "mission: impossible - fallout" stayed in fourth place: eight-million dollars gave it a domestic total of 194-million."you two are the
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most decorated officers in this department. what do you see?""looks like a robbery gone wrong to me.""this wasn't a robbery. this was a hit." "the happytime murders" was dead on arrival, opening in third place with just 10- million dollars -- the worst debut ever for a movie with melissa mccarthy in the lead role.(nat)"the meg" took second place for the second straight weekend, gobbling up 13-million dollars to cruise past the 100-million mark in domestic box office."hi, i'm astrid. what's your name?"more riches for "crazy rich asians!" the singapore-set rom-com stayed atop the chart with 25-million dollars -- almost as much as it made in its debut weekend. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( darya ) coming up in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news... another attack on a bart train. we are live with more on the person police are looking for this morning. ( darya ) plus... the f- b-i is searching the home of a
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gunman who killed two people at a gaming tournament in florida. ( darya ) and an arrest caught on camera is stirring up controversy all acorss the bay area. more violence on bart.im
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live with reaction from riders. ( lydia ) ( james ) plus ... a violent arrest in the north bay sparks controversy.we have the shocking video. more violence on bart.im live with reaction from riders. ( james ) in the east
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bay.. health officals are warning about the west nile virus after more insects and birds have tested positive. ( james ) plus ... a violent arrest in the north bay sparks controversy.we have the shocking video. (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... and traffic... of weather and traffic... stepping outside and traffic... of weather and traffic... teststepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below
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average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by temperatures again falling below average. below average. again falling below average. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 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 ) happening now. police are investigating a stabbing at the macarthur bart station.( james ) this is the second violent attack on bart... in less than a week.
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kron 4's will tran joins us live from san francisco. ( will ) looking for this man. they say he stabbed another man while on a fremont bound train the victim suffered an injury to his thumb... and was taken to a nearby hospital... and is expected to be okay.
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( james ) thanks will. we will check back with you through out the morning. ( darya ) a big story this morning... two people are dead and three others are injured after two separate shootings in oakland. this is a picture of the scene of the first shooting on the 95- hundred block of 'e' street. one person died in that shooitng and another was injured. then about 90 minutes later... another person was shot and killed near 11th avenue and
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international boulevard. one man died in that shooting and two others were injured. right now it is not clear if the shootings are related.are still on the loose. ( darya ) video of an arrest in vallejo has sparked controversy. witnesses say police used excessive force when taking a 22- year-old man into custody.. but the police department says approriate force was used. the vallejo police department says officers responded to a call from a 14-year-old girl who says she was stuck in a man's car. they say when they approached the car... 22- year-old angel bagos ran away. the man who captured the arrest on his cell phone says officers pushed bagos into a door.. causing the glass and wood to break. the vallejo police department says bagos refused to comply with their commands.
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result was, them beating him like a meat cleaver.>darya ) police say the suspect was taken to the hospital for treatmemt. the 14-year- old girl was released to her family. ( james ) in the north bay.... a man is under arrest this morning after two people were stabbed outside of a restaurant. it happened at la-perla tapatio on santa rosa avenue in santa rosa. police say jose lopez-mendoza stabbed two security guards after he and his friends were kicked out for being intoxicated. both of the victims are expected to survive. lopez-mendoza is being charged with attempted murder. ( james ) in the south bay... two teenage boys are under arrest after leading police on a chase that ended in a crash near a south bay high school. the car was reported stolen early sunday morning in santa clara. the 15-year-old driver lead police on a chase that ended near wilson high school. the driver lost control and drove through a chain link fence and crashed into a tree. the driver suffered a
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broken leg. the 16-year- old passneger was not injured. both are facing charges of grand theft auto and evading police. ( james ) the body of a 79-year-old man was found in an alley in menlo park. the body was found yesterday morning in the alley of the 100 block of willow road. the man had a visible head wound. police say as of right now... there is no sign of foul play. ( darya ) in national headlines this morning ... the fbi is searching the home of the gunman who killed two people at an online gaming tournament in jacksonville, florida. police say the gunman killed himself as they were closing in. that was the sound of gunfire ... as the attack was partially recorded during a live online stream of the madden football gaming tournament.one of the two video gamers killed was from woodland hills in
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southern california. 11 people were also injured in the attack ... as crowds scattered in all directions, trying to get to safety in the populated outdoor marketplace.
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police say no weapons were used and no one was hurt. ( james ) just last week... thieves robbed an apple in corte madera. they got away with 19-thousand dollars worth of merchandise. ( james ) police in berkeley are looking for this man after he was caught on camera breaking into cars. this happened near the u-c berkeley campus. the man broke into two cars and then was seen looking into several others. he was last seen in this 1998 nissan pathfinder. ( darya ) happening today... the c-h-p is partnering with the nevada highway patrol to participate in the i-80 challenge. it is an effort to reduce distracted and reckless driving along i-80 from san francisco all the way to the
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nevada-utah state line. the effort will start today and last through september 3rd. c-h-p will increase safety operations along the route. ( darya ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... fake burning man tickets for sale. this morning.. some bay area festival-goers are now out thousands of dollars. ( darya ) plus... remembering a maverick. this week... the u-s capitol will honor the late arizona senator john mccain. ( darya ) and... a rally takes over in san ancisco ... as people voice their displeasure against president trump's supreme urt pick. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. (james)( robin )
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welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic this morning. no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their stepping outside today to
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another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by temperatures again falling below average.
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( darya ) thousands of people are in black rock city, nevada taking part in the week-long burning man festival. but would-be festival goers are out thousands of dollars. they were turned away at the gate.. for having fake tickets. one man says he spent thousands buying tickets from a guy on craigslist. and another woman we talked to says she spent over a thousand dollars on fake tickets.
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site, the form, the logos they incorporated and signature was all ripped off. and i work in tech part of my job was identifying false sites so it's not like i'm just someone off the street i considered my self somewhat savvy.">( darya ) burning man organizers say you should also avoid ticket resale sites that mark up the prices... if found -- those tickets will be voided. ( james ) hundreds of people in san francisco rallied against president trump's supreme court nominee brett kavanaugh. in a nationwide protest... 'unite
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for justice' day of action demanded the senate reject kavanaugh's nomination. many arguing that giving kavanaugh a lifetime appointment would be a terrible mistake. local politicians and activists took the stage in support of women and environmental rights.
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war hero. he died saturday after battling brain cancer for a little more than a year. mary moloney shows us how the country is remembering john mccain. senator john mccain left a hole in the heart of a country of he loved.dan rivera / mourning mccain: "he fought for the military. no matter what he did, you respected him for that." throughout his life -- the maverick conservative fought fiercely -- first as a third generation naval officer -- then as prisoner of warhe took on members of his own party in the senate -- and ran for presidentbut the final fight for the long-term statesman was battling cancer.steve duprey / fmr. senior adviser to john mccain: "he had some wonderful times with his family, got to see a lot of friends, did really important work right up until the very end that's just so john mccain."at the funeral home in phoenix where his body is held -- people pay tribute -- lighting candles and laying flowers.amid the memorial -- a group of vietnam war veterans and other members of the military stand watch.david carrasco / vietnam veteran: "it's an honor to stand and to
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honor senator john mccain."to commemorate his more than three -decade career in the senate --and to celebrate his spirit of bipartisanship -- senator chuck schumer wants to rename the russell senate office building after mccain. sen. chuck schumer / -d- senate minority leader: "i'd like, decades from now, little children to ask their parents, 'who was john mccain?' and they'll explain his sacrifice, his patriotism, and most of all his fidelity to do the right thing as he saw it." wednesday -- mccain will lie in state at the arizona capitol -- on what would have been his 82nd birthday.then - he will lie in state at the u-s capitol --dan rivera / mourning mccain: "god bless john mccain."i'm mary moloney reporting. ( darya ) a big story this morning... mourners have paid their last respects to mollie tibbetts. the 20-year-old university of iowa student -- who was from the bay area -- disappeared in july while she was out jogging. her body was found last week in a cornfield. a now suspect -- cristhian rivera -- is in custody. tibbetts'
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funeral service brought hundreds together... a mix of family, friends and community members. ( darya ) a former archbishop has called on the pope to resign. pope francis also faced protests in ireland this weekend... as he attended a gathering of the catholic church. the pope's visit came amid an international scandal of child sex abuse in the church -- and reports detailing decades of cover-ups in the u-s, chile, and australia. former archbishop carlo maria vigano -- said he told the pope, in 2013, about allegations of sexual abuse against high- profile american cardinal theodore mccarrick. mccarrick resigned from his position last month. ( james ) coming up ... an east bay community is using a softball game to try and put an end to the violence in their city. ( james ) and if you are looking to save money....you may want to buy a car. details are straight ahead.
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stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's (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 ( james )(ááá2 shot bamááá) for your money ... if you live in a city like san francisco ... using uber and lyft to get to work may seem like a money saver. but triple-a says you should stick
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to owning a car. a new study found that using uber or lyft as your primary mode of transportation more than twice as expensive as than owning a car. that is with the cost of fuel, insurance, parking, and the vehicle itself considered. in san francisco ... triple-a estimates people would pay nearly 22-thousand dollars a year when relying on uber or lyft.compare that to the average cost of owning a car in the city at nearly 85- hundred dollars. ( james ) coming up... not only did they have to put out flames... but firefighters had to battle a man -- who was trying to steal their truck. ( lydia ) in the east bay.. health officals are warning about the west nile virus after more insects (darya) lets start
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the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... stepping outside today to
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another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a 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 ) in the east bay.. health officals are warning about the west nile virus after more insects and birds have tested positive. ( james ) kron 4's lydia
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pantazes joins us live in concord with the latest. a new warning for contra costa county residents... more insects and birds have tested positive for west nile virus. so far 13 groups of mosquitoes.. 8 dead birds and 13 chickens have 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 nine areas of contra costa county.. oakley.. martinez.. holland tract.. discovery bay.... quimby island... brentwood.. bryon... antioch and concord. ( james ) thanks ( james ) ( james ) thanks lydia.
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we will check back with you through out the morning. ( james ) investigators say say a tesla driver who said he áthoughtá his car was in autopilot mode... crashed into the back of a firetruck in san jose. c-h-p says says the tesla rear-ended a fire engine that was stopped with its emergency lights turned on along highway 101 on saturday. 37-year-old michael tran told officers "i think i had auto-pilot on." tran was later arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. it was unclear whether autopilot was activated. tesla says in a statement that it has not yet received any data from the car, but they are working to figure out what happened. ( darya ) a bay area attorney who spent nearly a week inside a texas detention center says the u-s has a human rights crisis. shikha hamilton returned from an ice facility that held mostly fathers and children. hamiliton was one of 16 people who volunteered to give leagal counsel to the detainees. she says many came with hope... and then
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lost it within the walls of the detention centers.
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main purpose is to promote peace and to stop local violence.. ( james ) this was the 4th annual soulful softball game. organizers say it's the kind of gathering needed to help stem the rising crime in the city of richmond. as for the game... los angeles won 25 to 23. ( darya )( darya ) it's the first day of school for kids in berkeley... and a bay area non-profit is helping low income students get the supplies they need. over the weekend ...hundreds of volunteers came out to the international house at u-c berkley to assemble over three thousand back to school kits full of supplies to help kids succeed in class.. the back to school kits will be handed out to those in need at san pablo park on september eighth.
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( darya )( john ) and i am here with john shrable in the weather center with a look at your back to school forecast this morning. stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day.
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temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will ( james ) happening today... the c-h-p is hosting a summit on marijuana traffic safety. the summit will center on the legalization of marijuana and its impact on impaired driving. it starts this morning at 8:00 at the alameda county office of emergency services. the event is free and open to the public. ( james ) firefighters in stockton had to forcibly remove a man from their fire engine after they said he tried to steal it. the incident happened early saturday morning... police say the man was pushing a lit garbage can up the driveway when fire crews arrived before he hopped in the front seat of the truck. after a short struggle.. they were able to get him out of the truck before he could take off. the man was arrested and faces chares for trying to steal a fire truck.. battery on a firefighter and arson. ( darya ) coming up...
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verizon says it is making big changes after it is accused of throttling service for firefighters. ( darya ) and after months of construction... a big improvement project could bring relief to bay area commuters. ( darya ) and neighbors have coyote concerns in the bay area. but experts say there's nothing to fear. this is not a bed.
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no card? no problem. life, lived serena's way. chase, make more of what's yours. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. a maze to sf. amin from the less
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then 30 bridge wb 80 is spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. a ( james ) in marin county... people are concerned that the coyote population is growing. but wildlife officails say there is no cause for concern. one man and his wife recently found a carcass of a cat that appeared to be half eaten in the past year the man says he and his neighbors have reported up to two dozen coyote-related incidents. but marin humane says coyote sightings in the last five years has not fluctuated higher or lower. officials say at the turn of the century, the county adopted a non-lethal predator
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program ... choosing to take steps to protect livestock being attacked by coyotes, rather than rounding up coyotes and displacing them. ( james ) coming up at 7....a bay area k-mart is shutting its doors and the liquidation sales start this week. the details on when you can get your hands on a bargain are coming up at 7 on the kron 4 morning news.
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( james ) the once powerful hurricane lane is
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drifting away from hawaii... but the people who live on the islands now have to deal with the mess left behind. in hilo, hawaii... a huge chunk of land more than 60 feet long slid down more than 25 feet... crumbling a large retaining wall. meanwhile... the bay front remains underwater. (james)(darya) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic... stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will
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continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by
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temperatures again falling below average. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. tic alert issued for an
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accident involvung twi big rigs in antioch on sb160 at hwy 4 split. traffic jammed through the merge mergethrough the jammed through the merge ( james ) speaking of traffic .. the twin peaks tunnel in san francisco ... is back open after being under construction for two months.
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a relief for commuters and for business owners near the tunnel. some businesses had to work around the construction equipment that took up parking spaces. the city's municipal transportation agency was replacing trcks and drainage systems. this comes two weeks after 51-year-old patrick ricketts died after he was hit by a steel beam working inside the tunnel. ( darya ) verizon says it has changed its policy after a bay area fire chief filed a lawsuit claiming the company slowed down their data speeds while they were battling the mendocino complex fire. the lawsuit states that slowing the internet speed was actively impeding firefighters' ability to provide essential emergency services. just days after the lawsuit was filed ... verizon says they will ánow lift restrictions on public safety customers, providing full network access.
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point is quite simply public safety, firefighters, police officers, shouldnt have to rely on internet service providers whether it's verizon or someone else to decide what to do here. we should have some basic regulation to ensure they have the access they need.">( darya ) verizon has apologized verizon has apologized saying they are sorry they did not live up to their own promise of service. ( james ) bay area baseball.. and the a's win again... after striking first against the minnesota twins.( darya ) top of the first... matt chapman hit a solo home run. and he did again in the top of the 7th. the a's win this one 6-2. today the a's are in houston -- taking on the astros. first pitch is 5:10. ( darya ) the giants picked up a win against the texas rangers. bottom of the 4th... game tied at 1...
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steven duggar hit a 2 run triple... giving the giants a 3-1 lead. and that would be the final score. up next for the giants... they're taking on the diamondbacks tonight at a-t-and-t park. first pitch is 7:15. meanwhile... buster posey is set to have season-ending hip surgery today in colorado. ( james ) thousands of runners might be a little sore this morning... after taking part in the bridge-to-bridge race. the race started at the ferry building in san francisco yesterday morning. it was all in support of the special olympics of northern california. there was both a 5-k and 12-k race. runners 12-k race. runners 12-k
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race.both a 5-k and 12-k race. runners made their way through fisherman's wharf and ghirardelli square... before ending at crissy field. (james) james adlib big board. ( james ) coming up at 7 o 'clock ... a member of the warrior's championship team is arrested an we just got our hands on the video of his arrest. that's coming up at 7 o'clcok. 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
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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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stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will continue their trend below average with 70's and low 80's inland and 50's and 60's along the coast. skies will again start mostly cloudy and foggy followed by plenty of sunshine into the afternoon. a brief warm-up will be experienced later in the week followed by temperatures again falling below average. below average. again falling below average. ( robin ) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf.
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( james ) coming up in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news... ( james ) coming up in the next hour on the kron 4 morning news... another attack on a bart train. we are live with more on the person police are looking for this morning. ( james ) plus... the f- b-i is searching the home of a gunman who killed two people at a gaming tournament in florida. ( james ) and an arrest caught on camera is stirring up controversy all acorss the bay area. more violence on bart.im
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live with reaction from riders. ( james ) in the east bay.. health officals are warning about the west nile virus after more insects and birds have tested positive. ( darya ) plus ... a violent arrest in the north
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bay sparks controversy.we have the shocking video. (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... stepping outside today to another comfortable late summer day. temperatures will

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