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( sara ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( sara ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)moist onshore flow will continue to produce widespread clouds and scattered showers across the region today and possibly into tonight.
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precipitation through the remainder of the weekend will mostly be light. another potentially wet system approaching from the west is then forecast to generate widespread rain next tuesday and wednesday. heaviest rainfall with next weekús system is currently projected to impact central or southern california, but at least a brief period of heavy rain could occur in the san francisco bay area as well. area as well. francisco bay the san could occur in the san francisco bay area as well.
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( sara ) happening today... teachers in oakland will vote on a tentative agreement that would end their seven-day strike. if teachers approve the contract, they will return to class on tomorrow. the district and the union both announced the tentative agreement friday afternoon which includes an 11-percent salary increase plus a one time 3 percent bonus for educators. "community and labor.">( sara ) oakland educators have been working without a
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contract since 20-17, according to the union, the starting salary of an oakland teacher is 46-thousand-dollars, higher, livable wages, smaller classroom sizes and more resources were the top reasons for the strike. ( sara ) a big story out of sacramento this morning... the county district attorney will not charge the officers involved in the shooting death of stephon clark last march. the officers fired 20 rounds, hitting clark at least seven times. the d-a believes they had reason for claiming self defense.( sara ) sacramento bureau reporter ashley zavala was there when the d-a made the announcement.. . and explains what led to the d-a's decision and how the family is reacting. ((anne marie schubert- sacramento district attorney)) "as a result we will not charge these officers with any criminal liability."saying it outloud for the first time....sacramento county district attorney concluding the case of the officers who killed stephon clark.after a year long investigation... district attorney anne marie schubert said the night he
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died.. clark was on several drugs and suicidal over a domestic violence incident with the mother of his child. the chase with police through his neighborhood began when he smashed car windows along a street. officers said when they finally approached him.. they saw clark in a shooting stance, advancing toward them. the officers worried about this light flashing in front of them.."gun gun gun" investigators never found a gun, but a cell phone. the clark family called the da's announcement a smear campaign. ((se'quette clark -stephon's mother)) "if everyone could just stop and think about what they did at 22, everybody make mistakes, everybody was human, parties, messed up, but 22 does not determine who you are who you become. but he never has that chance, he's burried in the ground.""this goes beyond stephon clark!!" after the announcement...protestors demonstrated in the parking lot of the sacramento police department.((nats))the city's mayor calling for both change and peace in the community.. ((darrell steinberg - sacramento mayor)) "our community and its leadership have different questions, was the outcome wrong, was the outcome unacceptable? the answer to both questions is yes. today's announcement is not a surprise. what matters most now is what we do going forward together."az:
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lawmakers this year could change the law on police use of force. there are two competing bills in the legislature: one endorsed by police across the state, the other endorsed by the clark family and mayor of sacramento. tag. ( sara ) senator and presidential candidate kamala harris tweeted out her reaction to the decision saying quote... stephon
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clark should still be alive. today's news is a tragic and all too painful reminder that our criminal justice system is deeply flawed and lacks accountability. our fight for justice continues. ( sara ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news....how police say they were able to track down the suspect accused of attacking a woman in mountain view. ( sara ) plus, the dangers all of that snow in the sierra could cause once it starts to melt. ( sara ) and, its been more than a week since a landslide took the life of a woman...we'll hear from her boyfriend after the break. (ácommercialá) this morning we're hearing
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from the boyfriend of the 22-year-old woman who died in a landslide at san francisco's fort funston. kyra sunshine scarlet's body was never recovered. the national park service announced friday that they are done searching and that her body was likely swept out to sea by the high tide. kron4's j-r stone spoke to scarlet's boyfriend shawn gan who says explains how difficult this all has been. sotshawn gan is talking about his former girlfriend 22 year old kyra sunshine scarlet who was buried in a landslide at san francisco's fort funston beach more than a week ago.sot gan says that kyra, her friend, and her dog were trying to avoid the high tide when the landslide occured. the two and the dog were trapped in the mud. kyra's
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friend and her dog were saved but she was never found. the search for her remains have been called off with an assumption by officials that her body was swept out to sea. sot oc: you'd never be bored ( sara ) ( sara ) ( sara ) that was j-r ( sara ) that was j-r stone
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reporting. shawn says kyra's friend who survived is hopeful that what happened leads to either more safety regulations in spots like this or signs to warn people of the dangers ( dave )
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look at kirkwood this morning... ( sara ) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather.
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(dave)moist onshore flow will continue to produce widespread clouds and scattered showers across the region today and possibly into tonight. precipitation through the remainder of the weekend will mostly be light. another potentially wet system approaching from the west is then forecast to generate widespread rain next tuesday and wednesday. heaviest rainfall with next weekús system is currently projected to impact central or southern california, but at least a brief period of heavy rain could occur in the san
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francisco bay area as well.
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a suspect insi a home was involved in a stand-off with police that lasted for five hours... people living in the neighborhood were told to stay inside their homes as officers tried to talk to the suspect. kron 4's gayle ong has more. . just before 11 saturday morning,central marin police responded to reports of shots fired in a house on grove hill avenue south in san anselmo.. police say another person in the house - fled the home - uninjured..and met with officersresidents in the area had to shelter in place..and was later evacuated..as multiple law enforcement agencies rushed to the scene ..
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residences and then were able to send our special response team officers into the house and they located the suspect deceased and it appears to be from a self inflicted gunshot wound.">authorities do not have details on what started the incident..the lockdown was lifted just before 6 in the evening, ( sara ) in the south bay... police have arrested the man they say attacked a woman on the stevens creek trail in mountain view. 29 year old michael adonis was arrested friday at a home on santa clara avenue. the victim says he introduced himself as "jerry"... before he attacked her monday night..
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officers say they were responding to a separate incident when they noticed bite marks on his hands consistent with what the victim told police...she said she bit him in an effort to get away. police say they also found the clothes the victim told police he was wearing. the victim was treated for serious injuries to her face, but is expected to be ok. ( sara ) a woman is dead after police say she lost control of her car and crashed on highway 101. it happened saturday afternoon just south of the central san rafael exit. police say she lost control and drifted into the center divider...and then back across all northbound lanes before hitting a guard rail. the woman, who has not been identified, was taken to a hospital where she died. police belive rain may be a factor in the crash. a passenger suffered non-life threatening injuries. ( sara ) it's been nearly 54 years since a pivitol moment in the civil rights movement... bloody sunday. on sunday, march 7th in in 19-65... police in selma
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alabama attacked civil rights marchers as they tried to cross the edmund pettis bridge that linked the city with the state capitol. 17 people were sent to the hospital because of the attack. and it sparked outrage across the country... and helped push the 19-65 voting rights act forward. ever since... thousands of people gather each year to cross the bridge. former secretary of state hillary clinton and several 20-20 president candidates are expected to take part in today's events. ( sara ) the warriors tried to course correct last night in philly after a rough couple of weeks. but the 76-ers weren't going to make it easy. we'll see if the dubs could get a needed win in the city of brotherly love --- after the break. < ella: i'm ella sogomonian - we've been telling you a lot about kron-on.. the bay area's only commercial free streaming news service... but the kron on app gives you a lot more than just live local breaking news around the clock. it also gives you on-demand access to the kron 4
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here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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forecast... (dave)moist onshore flow will continue to produce widespread clouds and scattered showers across the region today and possibly into tonight. precipitation through the remainder of the weekend will mostly be light. another potentially wet system approaching from the west is then forecast to generate widespread rain next tuesday and wednesday. heaviest rainfall with next weekús system is currently
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projected to impact central or southern california, but at least a brief period of heavy rain could occur in the san francisco bay area as well.
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( sara ) protests broke out in sacramento after learning the two police officers who shot and killed stephon clark would not be criminally charged. the 22-year-old clark was shot and killed in his grandmother's backyard in march of last year. the sacramento police were responding to a 9-1-1 call about a man breaking car windowns. two officers said they thought clark had a gun before firing 20 times and killing him. but no gun was ever found. the only thing clark had on him was a cellphone. after a nearly year-long investigation... the sarcramento d-a announced saturday those two officers would not face any criminal charges. ( sara ) stephon clark's family was at that announcement and spoke shortly after. karma dickerson spoke with them about how they are handling the news and the new bill they want to pass. sacramento -- district attorney anne marie schubert announced saturday that the officers who killed stephon clark will not face criminal charges.for nearly 80 minutes, schubert discussed the moments
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immediately before, during and after clark's death.the district attorney's office released its findings on its website. click here to view the report.schubert said her office's job was to find whether a crime had been committed by the two officers. "the answer to that question is no and as a result we will not charge these officers with any criminal liability related to the shooting death and the use of force against stephon clark," she said.investigators say forensic evidence linked clark to three broken car windows, but he did not take anything. police officers were in clark's neighborhood investigating the broken windows.officers terrence mercadal and jared robinet went to several backyards in the area looking for the suspect, who schubert said later said turned out to be clark.video from a sacramento county sheriff's department helicopter shows clark hopping a fence into what would later be revealed to be his grandmother's backyard, where clark was ultimately killed. schubert says both officers told investigators that they saw clark take an "aggressive stance" and a bright light flash, which they believed was a muzzle flash from a gun. clark was advancing toward officers when he was shot, schubert said."the total amount was about 30 feet in distance initially, and he advanced 15 feet," schubert said.clark was in fact unarmed, holding only a cellphone.a toxicology report revealed that at the time of his death, clark has a mixture of drugs and alcohol in his system. schubert said this, along with evidence found on his phone, is indicative of his fragile emotional state.
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two days before the shooting, there was a reported domestic incident between clark and his girlfriend, who is the mother of his two children. schubert says when clark's girlfriend told him she would report him to the police, he began to research ways to commit suicide."he searches over two dozen websites about how one can commit suicide and the focus is how one can do it by ingestion," schubert said. schubert did not say if she felt clark was seeking death by officer.activists and clark's own family criticized schubert for including that information in her report, saying his character was assassinated nearly a year after his death.investigators did not look at the officers' phones as they did clark's, schubert said.clark's death nearly a year ago led to weeks of protests in sacramento. ( sara ) that was karma dickerson reporting. governor gavin newsom released a statement following the sacramento police departments announcement. "our hearts continue to ache for the loss of stephon clark and the circumstances that led to his death. this must be a time for change. we need systemic reforms that reduce inequities, increase community confidence in our criminal justice system, and that reinforce the sanctity of human life...""...we need to bolster proven community
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policing programs and expand other programs that help strengthen bonds between law enforcement and the communities they serve..." "...but most of all, we need to acknowledge the hard truth -- our criminal justice system treats young black and latino men and woman differently than their white counterparts. that must change." ( sara ) the west bound lanes of highway- 37 are back open. caltrans closed part of the highway because of flooding earlier this week. the westbound side between atherton and 101 in novato... reopened just before 2:30 yesterday afternoon. the east bound side was also closed for a short time after heavy rain flooded the nearby novato creek. caltrans officials say if the bay area experiences another round of sustained heavy rain and flooding, the highway may have to be closed again. ( sara ) some residents in
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guerneville are back home this morning after evacuation orders were lifted friday following devastating flooding. families in the tight-nit community are still assessing the damage. kron four's philippe djegal has the story. (philippe)lauren cabitac/nats- "here's the waterline. so, this is the highest point it got here." lauren cabitac and her husband walter, rode the storms out in their home along highway 116... watching the russian river rising and eventually stream into their house. the damage is significant. the lower part of the home will have to be completed remodled. the house, like so many others in guerneville also yellow-tagged. the home won't really be considered safe until the sheetrock downstairs is removed... and, the electrical panel submerged in flood waters drys out.lauren cabitac/homeowner- "i don't really know, but i bet there's probably at least 50 or 60-thousand in damage." so far, the county has assessed the damage up here at 155-million dollars.
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impacting 19-hundred homes -- most of them severely damaged... and, 578 businesses.nats- "can we give you a cleaning kit today? oh my god, that would be so awesome. excellent -- i'll pass that through." throughout the day, the american red cross passing out cleaning kits... including bleach and gloves, to neighbors like the cabitac's disinfecting their homes. the county also making large garbage bins available to people needing a place to throw away destroyed furniture and other trash. piles of debris lined up along the highway, becoming an all too familiar sight. and, the oddity of people having to powerwash the interiors of their space.lauren cabitac/homeowner- "it's the price you pay for living in paradise, and we appreciated everyday." the cabitac's also appreciate the love and support they've received from friends and family... keeping them company during the beginning stages of what may be a long journey back to square one. in guerneville, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( sara ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...a look at how the snow is affecting our water levels with the latest snow survey. and the dangers it could cause once all that snow starts to melt.
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select hotels to your existing trip. that leave therea lasting impression. like the feeling of movement as a new journey begins, or the sight of soft fur, warmed by the morning sun. you might remember new flavours, the sound of an old friend's laugh, or a view that defies all expectations. these are the memories that stay with you, long after the moments have passed. water officials say the snow pack in the sierra is well above average. and while that may hold off drought conditions... it could also pose some flooding threats when the temperatures get warmer.. capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains. az: here at the sierra at tahoe parking lot you can see mountains and mountains of snow have just piled up,
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towering over some of the cars you see behind me. this after a month full of snow storms, which made for a record smashing snow survey.((chris orrock)) "california has had a cold and wet february in fact i just found out in talking to some of the staff at sierra at tahoe that this february broke all records that they've ever had for the month of february as far as snow fall, in fact they were inches away for the most snow fall in any given month."snow flakes flurrying across the sierra at phillips station thursday... another promising snow survey state wide showing the snow pack at 153% average.proof of the powerful snow storms reflected as the department of water resource's twelve foot measuring pole plunged nearly all the way into the ground... homes nearby buried in white. the survey at this site showing a snow depth of 113 inches.dwr engineers say its stormed so much, collecting some of this month's data will take longer than usual.((john king- dwr engineer)) "there's been a lot of storms that have come in so our surveyors haven't had an opportunity to go our yet."while the state's drought conditions improved significantly this month... the dwr says all this snow pack could pose a potential flooding threat..((mike anderson - dwr climatologist)) "there is the possibility of a
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faster melt if you see warmer than average conditions. we'll keep track and pay attention to the forecast and work with snow survey team to anticipate how much melt is happening each week."az: more snow is on the way this weekend. the next survey is in the beginning of april. tag. ( sara ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news...south lake tahoe could lose a lot of tax dollars... after residents voted to ban most vacation rental homes. what this means for locals and tourists.
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(áábreakáá) (dave)moist onshore flow will continue to produce widespread clouds and scattered showers across the region today and possibly into tonight. precipitation through the remainder of the weekend will mostly be light. another potentially wet system approaching from the west
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is then forecast to generate widespread rain next tuesday and wednesday. heaviest rainfall with next weekús system is currently projected to impact central or southern california, but at least a brief period of heavy rain could occur in the san francisco bay area as well. ( sara )
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area as well. ( sara ) this morning we are getting an in depth look at a mesaure in the sierra that's banning most vacation home rentals in south lake tahoe. residents who voted yes... say visitors have been causing problems with noise, parking and trash in neighborhoods. but as kron 4's gayle ong reports, the people against the measure say it will be terrible for the tourism industry.
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from the skiing..to the lake..beach, and trails..south lake tahoe..just a 3 hour drive from san francisco,where many bay area residents trade city life..for mountain life.. when it comes to how people vacation,these property managers say vacation rentals are on the rise,it's a chance for visitors to live like the locals..but soon...certain vacations will violate city law.south lake tahoe voters passed measure t. an ordinance to eliminate most vacation home rentals in residential neighborhoods..it passed by a mere 58 votes.city
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manager frank rush:a lawsuit has been filed by property owners who are trying to stop the measure..rush tells me the city and plaintiffs have agreed on a limited injunction:maximum occupancy limits.. right now, there are 14- hundred vacation home rentals in residential areas..the city is not issuing any new residential v-h-r permits, existing permits would phase out until now and 20-21.over the last ten years, joshua priou (pree-you) has been talking to city council to stop a ballot like measure t.. priou manages properties around the lake from the northshore and southshore in california and nevada,but the majority of his rentals are within south lake tahoe -
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where measure t is.. // "we're talking about thousands of thousands of people traveling here, spending money in our restaurants, renting skis, boats, everything you can possibly imagine, just retail alone.">for priou, it's beyond the tourism industry..it's the company he helped build.. even though the ban will take place in two years..other businesses are concerned of what's to come. stu roberson owns r-n-r vacation rentals, a company exclusively in south lake tahoe.
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and if measure t follows through..the fear is vacationers may go elsewhere.. in the meantime,in south lake tahoe, gayle ong kron 4 news. ( sara ) the city of south lake tahoe calculates it could lose up to four million dollars a year in taxes, because of the ban. as for the lawsuit, the case is pending and won't likely be heard from a judge until later this year. ( sara ) and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge. "if you are watching
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what would she do without me? ( sara ) snow... just absolutely covering our lake tahoe camera. this is a timeplase from saturday. the snow just will not stop falling in the sierra. finally the sun did peak out later in the day. and i'm
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sure all the skiers are loving the fresh powder on the slopes but getting to and from tahoe is the dangerous and unpredictable part. ( sara ) take a look at this historic moment for american space flight. we told you yesterday about space x launching it's first capsule meant for manned flight. there is no one onboard this time... but it hopes in the future to use american-made rockets to take astronaughts into space once again. early this morning nasa released video of the dragon capsule docking with the international space station. again... it managed to get to the i-s-s and dock... without anyone onboard flying the rocket... just a dummy named "riply." the capsule is carrying about 200 pounds of supplies for the space station. ( dave ) (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) ♪ no hormones!
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( sara ) residents in sonoma county can expect a little rain today as clean up efforts continue following the massive flooding last week. kron 4's dan kerman is joining us now live with more on the recovery process happening in guerneville. local assistance centerbank of america building16390 main street., guernevillenoon - 6pm
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( sara ) happening today... teachers in oakland will vote on a tentative agreement that would end their seven-day strike. if teachers approve the contract, they will return to class on tomorrow. the district and thunion both announced the tentative agreement friday afternoon which includes an 11-percent salary increase plus a one time 3 percent bonus for educators. ( sara )labor.">"community and labor.">labor.">"community and
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( sara ) this morning we're hearing from the boyfriend of the 22-year-old woman who died in a landslide at san francisco's fort funston. kyra sunshine scarlet's body was never recovered. the national park service announced friday that they are done searching and that her body was likely swept out to sea by the high tide. kron4's j-r stone spoke to scarlet's boyfriend who explains what a difficult time this has been. sotshawn gan is talking about his former girlfriend 22 year old kyra sunshine scarlet who was buried in a landslide at san francisco's fort funston beach more than a week ago.sotgan says that kyra, her friend,
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and her dog were trying to avoid the high tide when the landslide occured. the two and the dog were trapped in the mud. kyra's friend and her dog were saved but she was never found. the search for her remains have been called off with an assumption by officials that her body was swept out to sea.sot oc: you'd never be bored
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( sara ) that was j-r stone reporting. shawn says kyra's friend who survived is hopeful that what happened leads to either more safety regulations in spots like this or signs to warn people of the dangers out there. ( dave ) (ácommercialá) ♪ no hormones!
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toss to weather. (dave)moist onshore flow will continue to produce widespread clouds and scattered showers across the region today and possibly into tonight. precipitation through the remainder of the weekend will mostly be light. another potentially wet system approaching from the west is then forecast to generate widespread rain next tuesday and wednesday. heaviest rainfall with next weekús system is currently projected to impact central or southern california, but at least a brief period of heavy rain could occur in the san francisco bay area as well.
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( sara ) ( sara ) in marin county, a suspect inside county, a in marin ( sara )( sara ) in marin county, a suspect inside a home was
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involved in a stand-off with police that lasted for five hours... that ended with one person dead. people living in the neighborhood were told to stay inside their homes as officers tried to talk to the suspect. kron 4's gayle ong has more. . just before 11 saturday morning,central marin police responded to reports of shots fired in a house on grove hill avenue south in san anselmo.. police say another person in the house - fled the home - uninjured..and met with officersresidents in the area had to shelter in place..and was later evacuated..as multiple law enforcement agencies rushed to the scene .. authorities do not have details on what started the incident..the lockdown was lifted just before 6 in the evening,
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bay... police have arrested the man they say attacked a woman on the stevens creek trail in mountain view. 29 year old michael adonis was arrested friday at a home on santa clara avenue. the victim says he introduced himself as "jerry"... before he attacked her monday night.. officers say they were responding to a separate incident when they noticed bite marks on his hands consistent with what the victim told police...she said she bit him in an effort to get away. police say they also found the clothes the victim told police he was wearing. the victim was treated for serious injuries toer face, but is expected to be ok. ( sara ) the warriors tried
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to course correct last night in philly after a rough couple of weeks. but the 76-ers weren't going to make it easy. we'll see if the dubs could get a needed win in the city of brotherly love --- after the break. < ella: i'm ella sogomonian - we've been telling you a lot about kron-on.. the bay area's only commercial free streaming news service... but the kron on app gives you a lot more than just live local breaking news around the clock. it also gives you on-demand access to the kron 4 archives... that includes people behaving badly. plus - all the in-depth award winning bay area documentaries produced by kron 4.. and if you've ever wondered what's it is like to work in a newsroom.. we've posted every episode of the backstory. and that's just a small sample of what you'll get with the kron on app. it's available on iphones, ipads, apple tv, android devices and amazon fire. we're offering a 7 day free trial for new subscribers -
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suffering some road woes as of late.....>they've dropped their last two and are just 1-2 on this current east-coast road trip......>and it didn't get any easier today as they took on the sixers....a team that beat them last month......>steph curry had 41
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against the sixers in oakland back in january......>let's go right the second half....tied up at 90......andre iguodala hits a corner three against his old squad....dubs by three.....>4th quarter...mike scott...fakes out curry and knocks down a three of his own......scott had a season- high 22 points on the night......>but the warriors answer....kd knocks down the jumper....he had a game high 34 points.......>this one remained tight through out....curry drains a three at the top of the key.....28 for steph and the dubs get a big win on the road 120-117 to finish 2-2 on their east coast roadtrip......> "it was just, 'get it done. have it. you can,' type of win. the way the last two games have gone, it was definitely a feel good for us to get on this long flight to go back home and have some smiles on our faces and feel good about ourselves. we obviously don't loose confidence in what we're about and what our goal is. but, games like tonight are almost play offense, where you might not play perfect but you figure out a way to win and definitely helped us."on to the cactus league....giants
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taking on the league....giants cactus on to the us." definitely helped us."on to the cactus league....giants taking on the padres out in arizona......>bottom of the 7th inning....padres up 6-4....hudson potts hits a deep drive to center field....that one is way back....hits of the wall....and the padres extend their lead to 7-4...>top of the 9th....jonah arenado goes opposite field....that's onto the lawn seating area....giants would inch closer....but ultimately fall to the padres...7-6.....>well it was a ng, drawn out process that i think just about everyone was sick of.....but bryce harper finally made it official today during his introductory press conference with the phillies......>harper signed a 13 year deal worth 330 million....with no opt outs....and a no trade clause......meaning he will
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most likely retire as a phillie.....>"i can't...can't wait to get on that field and do philly nation proud and do everything i can to bring love to the city and do the things i can to help the community, bring that family oriented thing to the clubhouse and be a part of that group. i'm excited to get started and...you know. here's to a new chapter, here's to a new phase in the life of everybody at philly. i'm excited to be a part of it, so thank you.and we have more sports after the news.....> join me for kron4 hoop session....>we will break down all things warriors with other fun stuff sprinkled in.....> ( sara ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge.. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (áábreak ( sara ) here's a live
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look at the bay bridge. ( sara ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)moist onshore flow will continue to produce widespread clouds and scattered showers across the region today and possibly into tonight. precipitation through the
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remainder of the weekend will mostly be light. another potentially wet system approaching from the west is then forecast to generate widespread rain next tuesday and wednesday. heaviest rainfall with next weekús system is currently projected to impact central or southern california, but at least a brief period of heavy rain could occur in the san francisco bay area as well.
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( sara ) protests broke out in sacramento after learning the two police officers who shot and killed stephon clark whould not be criminally charged. the 22-year-old clark was shot and killed in his grandmother's backyard in march of last year. sacramento police were responding to a 9-1-1 call about a man breaking car windows. two officers said they thought clark had a gun before firing 20 times and killing him. but no gun was ever found. the only thing clark had on him was a cellphone. after a nearly year-long investigation... the sarcramento d-a announced saturday those two officers would not face any criminal charges.
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( sara ) stephon clark's family was at that announcement and spoke shortly after. karma dickerson spoke with them about how they are handling the news and the new bill they want to pass. sacramento -- district attorney anne marie schubert announced saturday that the officers who killed stephon clark will not face criminal charges.for nearly 80 minutes, schubert discussed the moments immediately before, during and after clark's death.the district attorney's office released its findings on its website. click here to view the report. schubert said her office's job was to find whether a crime had been committed by the two officers."the answer to that question is no and as a result we will not charge these officers with any criminal liability related to the shooting death and the use of force against stephon clark," she said.investigators say forensic evidence linked clark to three broken car windows, but he did not take anything. police officers were in clark's neighborhood investigating the broken windows.officers terrence mercadal and jared robinet went to several backyards in the area looking for the suspect, who schubert said later said turned out to be clark.video from a sacramento county sheriff's department helicopter shows clark hopping a fence into what would later be revealed to be his grandmother's backyard, where clark was ultimately killed. schubert says both officers told investigators that they saw clark take an "aggressive
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stance" and a bright light flash, which they believed was a muzzle flash from a gun. clark was advancing toward officers when he was shot, schubert said."the total amount was about 30 feet in distance initially, and he advanced 15 feet," schubert said.clark was in fact unarmed, holding only a cellphone.a toxicology report revealed that at the time of his death, clark has a mixture of drugs and alcohol in his system. schubert said this, along with evidence found on his phone, is indicative of his fragile emotional state. two days before the shooting, there was a reported domestic incident between clark and his girlfriend, who is the mother of his two children. schubert says when clark's girlfriend told him she would report him to the police, he began to research ways to commit suicide."he searches over two dozen websites about how one can commit suicide and the focus is how one can do it by ingestion," schubert said. schubert did not say if she felt clark was seeking death by officer.activists and clark's own family criticized schubert for including that information in her report, saying his character was assassinated nearly a year after his death.investigators did not look at the officers' phones as they did clark's, schubert said.clark's death nearly a year ago led to weeks of protests in sacramento. ( sara ) that was karma dickerson reporting. governor gavin newsom released a statement following the sacramento police departments announcement. "our hearts
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continue to ache for the loss of stephon clark and the circumstances that led to his death. this must be a time for change. we need systemic reforms that reduce inequities, increase community confidence in our criminal justice system, and that reinforce the sanctity of human life...""...we need to bolster proven community policing programs and expand other programs that help strengthen bonds between law enforcement and the communities they serve..." "...but most of all, we need to acknowledge the hard truth -- our criminal justice system treats young black and latino men and woman differently than their white counterparts. that must change." ( sara ) the west bound lanes of highway- 37 are back open. caltrans closed part of the highway because of flooding earlier this week. the westbound side between atherton and 101 in novato... reopened just before 2:30 yesterday afternoon. the east bound side was also closed for a short time after heavy rain flooded the nearby
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novato creek. caltrans officials say if the bay area experiences another round of sustained heavy rain and flooding, the highway may have to be closed again. ( sara ) some residents in guerneville are back home this morning after evacuation orders were lifted friday following devastating flooding. families in the tight-nit community are still assessing the damage. kron four's philippe djegal has the story. (philippe)lauren cabitac/nats- "here's the waterline. so, this is the highest point it got here." lauren cabitac and her husband walter, rode the storms out in their home along highway 116... watching the russian river rising and eventually stream into their house. the damage is significant. the lower part of the home will have to be completed remodled. the house, like so many others in guerneville also yellow-tagged. the home won't really be considered
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safe until the sheetrock downstairs is removed... and, the electrical panel submerged in flood waters drys out.lauren cabitac/homeowner- "i don't really know, but i bet there's probably at least 50 or 60-thousand in damage." so far, the county has so far, the damage." so far, the county has assessed the damage up here at 155- million dollars. impacting 19-hundred homes -- most of them severely damaged... and, 578 businesses.nats- "can we give you a cleaning kit today? oh my god, that would be so awesome. excellent -- i'll pass that through." throughout the day, the american red cross passing out cleaning kits... including bleach and gloves, to neighbors like the cabitac's disinfecting their homes. the county also making large garbage bins available to people needing a place to throw away destroyed furniture and other trash. piles of debris lined up along the highway, becoming an all too familiar sight. and, the oddity of people having to powerwash the interiors of their space.lauren cabitac/homeowner- "it's the price you pay for living in paradise, and we appreciated everyday." the cabitac's also appreciate the love and support they've received from friends and family... keeping them company during the beginning stages of what may be a long journey back to square one. in guerneville, philippe djegal, kron four news.
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( sara ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...a look at how the snow is affecting our water levels with the latest snow survey. and the dangers it could cause once all that snow starts to melt. ( sara )
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state water officials say the snow pack in the sierra is well above average. and while that may hold off drought conditions... it
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could also pose some flooding threats when the temperatures get warmer.. capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains. az: here at the sierra at tahoe parking lot you can see mountains and mountains of snow have just piled up, towering over some of the cars you see behind me. this after a month full of snow storms, which made for a record smashing snow survey.((chris orrock)) "california has had a cold and wet february in fact i just found out in talking to some of the staff at sierra at tahoe that this february broke all records that they've ever had for the month of february as far as snow fall, in fact they were inches away for the most snow fall in any given month."snow flakes flurrying across the sierra at phillips station thursday... another promising snow survey state wide showing the snow pack at 153% average.proof of the powerful snow storms reflected as the department of water resource's twelve foot measuring pole plunged nearly all the way into the ground... homes nearby buried in white. the survey at this site showing a snow depth of 113 inches.dwr engineers say its stormed so much, collecting some of this month's data will
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take longer than usual.((john king- dwr engineer)) "there's been a lot of storms that have come in so our surveyors haven't had an opportunity to go our yet."while the state's drought conditions improved significantly this month... the dwr says all this snow pack could pose a potential flooding threat..((mike anderson - dwr climatologist)) "there is the possibility of a faster melt if you see warmer than average conditions. we'll keep track and pay attention to the forecast and work with snow survey team to anticipate how much melt is happening each week."az: more snow is on the way this weekend. the next survey is in the beginning of april. tag. ( sara ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news...south lake tahoe could lose a lot of tax dollars... after residents voted to ban most vacation rental homes.
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dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)moist onshore flow will continue to produce widespread clouds and scattered showers across the region today and possibly into tonight. precipitation through the remainder of the weekend will mostly be light. another potentially wet system approaching from the west is then forecast to generate widespread rain next tuesday and wednesday. heaviest rainfall with next weekús system is currently projected to impact central or southern california, but at least a brief period of heavy rain could occur in the san francisco bay area as well.
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( sara )( sara ) this morning we are getting a closer look at a mesaure in the sierra that's banning most vacation home rentals in south lake tahoe. residents who voted yes... say visitors have been causing problems with noise, parking and trash in the neighborhood. but as kron 4's gayle ong reports, the people against the measure say it will be terrible for the tourism industry. from the skiing..to the lake..beach, and trails..south lake tahoe..just a 3 hour drive from san francisco,where
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many bay area residents trade city life..for mountain life.. when it comes to how people vacation,these property managers say vacation rentals are on the rise,it's a chance for visitors to live like the locals..but soon...certain vacations will violate city law.south lake tahoe voters passed measure t. an ordinance to eliminate most vacation home rentals in residential neighborhoods..it passed by a mere 58 votes.city manager frank rush:a lawsuit has been filed by property owners who are trying to stop the measure..rush tells me the city and plaintiffs have agreed on a limited injunction:maximum
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occupancy limits.. right now, there are 14- hundred vacation home rentals in residential areas..the city is not issuing any new residential v-h-r permits, existing permits would phase out until now and 20-21.over the last ten years, joshua priou (pree-you) has been talking to city council to stop a ballot like measure t.. priou manages properties around the lake from the northshore and southshore in california and nevada,but the majority of his rentals are within south lake tahoe - where measure t is.. // "we're talking about thousands of thousands of people traveling here, spending money in our restaurants, renting skis, boats, everything you can possibly imagine, just retail alone.">for priou, it's beyond the tourism industry..it's the company he helped build..
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staff of 30 people, we'd still manage homes around the lake but we'd be looking at possible job losses, housekeeper losses, people that we employthat has vendors like hot tub service people and plumbers and carpet cleaners and we're talking about all of them losing their accounts with us because we wouldn't need them at all in this area.">even though the ban will take place in two years..other businesses are concerned of what's to come. stu roberson owns r-n-r vacation rentals, a company exclusively in south lake tahoe. and if measure t follows through..the fear is vacationers may go elsewhere.. in the meantime,
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people living next to us that they have come from all walks of life. whether they're short term or long term.">in south lake tahoe, gayle ong kron 4 news. ( sara )( sara ) ( sara ) the city of south lake tahoe calculates it could lose up to four million dollars a year in taxes, because of the ban. as for the lawsuit, the case is pending and won't likely be heard from a judge until later this ( sara ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge. "if you are
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what would she do without me? ( sara ) a three year
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old's response to a marriage proposal is going viral. popping the question ended in a head lock.. as andy banker reports, the child says she is just too young to get mom off camera: what happened at school?kynlee mcfetridge, 3- year-old: "i took a headlock down on jack and took him down."mom off camera: "you took him down? why, what did he say?"kynlee mcfetridge, 3- year-old: "because kids don't get married so that's why i put headlock down on him."when the star of this viral video arrived, she had me take her hand.she walked me back to the studio for a wide-ranging
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interview about that incident. kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "sometimes you just gotta take 'em down."about other fun at pre-school."we play with the slime. do circle time."and along with playing with slime and circle time, her future. kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "i wanna be a princess."and finally she opened up about the head lock that's made her famous.mom off camera: "did he say he wanted to marry you?" kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "yeah. but kids don't get married so that's why i put a headlock down on him."kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "i put a head lock down on him because i wanted to marry chelsea."chelsea is her aunt. kynlees wrestling moves go back to an open-heart surgery she had when she was 5 months old to correct heart defects known as the trilogy of fallot. physically, she fell behind kids her age. once she was well enough, wrestling with daddy became a favorite way to eage.it still is but during her interview, kynlee also reflected on lessons learned.scott mcfetridge, kynlee's dad: "that was my whole theory behind wrestling
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and roughhousing with her because she was behind the other kids so i was trying to make her stronger so she could catch up. in doing so, she got a little rough, i guess." kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "and that's why i took him down."mom off camera: "i don't think you're supposed to do that."kynlee mcfetridge, 3- year-old: "but that's the greatest thing ever.:"mom off camera: "no. lets not put headlocks on boys, okay? mom told her in the video. lets not put headlocks on boys." andy banker off camera: "was that a good thing do?kynlee year-old: "it's a bad thing." and in the end, we learned art may play a prominent role in her future.and don't rule out a career in tv journalism. kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "this is kynlee. news 11."andy banker off camera: "yes! you did it again. oh yeah!" ( sara ) snow... just absolutely covering our lake tahoe camera. this is a timeplase from saturday. the snow just will not stop falling in the sierra. finally the sun did peak out later in the day. and i'm sure all the skiers are loving the fresh powder on the slopes but
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getting to and from tahoe is the dangerous part. ( dave ) (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá) ♪ a lot happens in a day. outlast happens once. outlast all day lip color with 24 hour stay power. now in custom nudes. from covergirl. ( sara ) here is a live look at
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the embarcadero. ( sara ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)moist onshore flow will continue to produce widespread clouds and scattered showers across the region today and possibly into tonight. precipitation through the remainder of the weekend will mostly be light. another potentially wet system approaching from the west is then forecast to generate widespread rain next tuesday and wednesday. heaviest rainfall with next weekús system is currently projected to impact central or southern california, but at least a brief period of heavy
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rain could occur in the san francisco bay area as well. ( sara ) as rain ( sara ) ( sara ) as rain potentially hits the north bay this afternoon - people continue to clean up the wreckage following massive flooding from the russian river last week. kron 4's dan kerman
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is joining us now live with more on the recovery process happening in guerneville. local assistance center bank of america building16390 main street., guernevillenoon - 6pm local assistance centerbank of
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america building16390 main street., guernevillenoon - 6pm ( sara ) thanks dan.
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( sara ) happening today... teachers in oakland will vote on a tentative agreement that would end their seven-day strike. if teachers approve the contract, they will return to class on tomorrow. the district and the union both announced the tentative agreement friday afternoon which includes an 11-percent salary increase plus a one time 3 percent bonus for educators. oakland educators have been working without a contract since 20-17, according to the union, the starting salary of an oakland teacher is 46-thousand-
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dollars, higher, livable wages, smaller classroom sizes and more resources were the top reasons for the strike. ( sara ) protests broke out in sacramento after learning the two police officers who shot and killed stephon clark would not be criminally charged. the 22-year-old clark was shot and killed in his grandmother's backyard in march of last year. the sacramento police were responding to a 9-1-1 call about a man breaking car windowns. two officers said they thought clark had a gun before firing 20 times and killing him. but no gun was ever found. the only thing clark had on him was a cellphone. after a nearly year-long investigation... the sarcramento d-a announced saturday those two officers would not face any criminal charges. lawmakers could soon change the law on police use of force. there are two competing bills in the
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legislature: one endorsed by police across the state, the other endorsed by the clark family and mayor of sacramento. ( sara ) plus, the dangers all of that snow in the sierra could cause once it starts to melt. ( sara ) and, its been more than a week since a landslide took the life of a woman...we'll hear from her boyfriend after the break. (ácommercialá) oh! oh! oh! ♪ ozempic®! ♪ (announcer) people with type 2 diabetes are excited about the potential of once-weekly ozempic®. in a study with ozempic®, a majority of adults lowered their blood sugar and reached an a1c of less than seven and maintained it. oh! under seven? and you may lose weight. in the same one-year study, adults lost on average up to 12 pounds. oh! up to 12 pounds? a two-year study showed that ozempic® does not increase the risk of major cardiovascular events like heart attack, stroke, or death. oh! no increased risk? ♪ oh, oh, oh, ozempic®! ♪ ozempic® should not be the first medicine for treating diabetes, or for people with type 1 diabetes
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or diabetic ketoacidosis. do not share needles or pens. don't reuse needles. do not take ozempic® if you have a personal or family history of medullary thyroid cancer, multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2, or if you are allergic to ozempic®. stop taking ozempic® and get medical help right away if you get a lump or swelling in your neck, severe stomach pain, itching, rash, or trouble breathing. serious side effects may happen, including pancreatitis. tell your doctor if you have diabetic retinopathy or vision changes. taking ozempic® with a sulfonylurea or insulin may increase the risk for low blood sugar. common side effects are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, and constipation. some side effects can lead to dehydration, which may worsen kidney problems. i discovered the potential with ozempic®. ♪ oh! oh! oh! ozempic®! ♪ ask your healthcare provider if ozempic® is right for you. ( sara ) this morning we're
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hearing from the boyfriend of the 22-year-old woman who died
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in a landslide at san francisco's fort funston. kyra sunshine scarlet's body was never recovered. the national park service announced friday that they are done searching and that her body was likely swept out to sea by the high tide. kron4's j-r stone spoke to scarlet's boyfriend who explains what a difficult time this has been. sotshawn gan is talking about his former girlfriend 22 year old kyra sunshine scarlet who was buried in a landslide at san francisco's fort funston beach more than a week ago.sot gan says that kyra, her friend, and her dog were trying to avoid the high tide when the landslide occured. the two and the dog were trapped in the mud. kyra's friend and her dog were saved
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but she was never found. the search for her remains have been called off with an assumption by officials that her body was swept out to sea. sot oc: you'd never be bored ( sara ) that was j-r stone
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reporting. shawn says kyra's friend who survived is hopeful that what happened leads to either more safety regulations or signs to warn people of the dangers at the park.. ( dave ) (ácommercialá) here's a live
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look at here's a live look at kirkwood this morning... ( sara ) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)moist onshore flow will
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continue to produce widespread clouds and scattered showers across the region today and possibly into tonight. precipitation through the remainder of the weekend will mostly be light. another potentially wet system approaching from the west is then forecast to generate widespread rain next tuesday and wednesday. heaviest rainfall with next weekús system is currently projected to impact central or southern california, but at least a brief period of heavy rain could occur in the san francisco bay area as well.
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( sara ) a tense stand-off with police in marin county lasted five hours and ended with one person dead. people living in the san anselmo neighborhood were told to stay inside their homes as officers tried to talk to the suspect. kron 4's gayle ong has more. .
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just before 11 saturday morning,central marin police responded to reports of shots fired in a house on grove hill avenue south in san anselmo.. police say another person in the house - fled the home - uninjured..and met with officersresidents in the area had to shelter in place..and was later evacuated..as multiple law enforcement agencies rushed to the scene .. authorities do not have details on what started the incident..the lockdown was lifted just before 6 in the evening,
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( sara ) in the south bay... police have arrested the man they were looking for who they say attacked a woman on the stevens creek trail in mountain view. 29 year old michael adonis was arrested friday at a home on santa clara avenue. the victim says he introduced himself as "jerry"... before he attacked her monday night.. officers say they were responding to a separate incident when they noticed bite marks on his hands consistent with what the victim told police...she said she bit him in an effort to get away. police say they also found the clothes the victim told police he was wearing. the victim was treated for serious injuries to her face, but is expected to be ok. ( sara ) also new this morning... four people are recovering after a shooting early this morning at a bar in oakland. police it happened on the 300 block of the 14th street around 12-30 this morning. one man has been arrested. the four people
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--- two men and two women --- are all listed in stable condition at a local ( sara ) the warriors tried to course correct last night in philly after a rough couple of weeks. but the 76-ers weren't going to make it easy. we'll see if the dubs could get a needed win in the city of brotherly love --- after the break. (ácommercialá)
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today as they took on the
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sixers....a team that beat them last month......>steph curry had 41 against the sixers in oakland back in january......>let's go right the second half....tied up at 90......andre iguodala hits a corner three against his old squad....dubs by three.....> 4th quarter...mike scott...fakes out curry and knocks down a three of his own......scott had a season- high 22 points on the night......>but the warriors answer....kd knocks down the jumper....he had a game high 34 points.......>this one remained tight through out....curry drains a three at the top of the key.....28 for steph and the dubs get a big win on the road 120-117 to finish 2-2 on their east coast roadtrip......> "it was just, 'get it done. have it. you can,' type of win. the way the last two games have gone, it was definitely a feel good for us to get on this long flight to go back home and have some smiles on our faces and feel good about ourselves. we
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obviously don't loose confidence in what we're about and what our goal is. but, games like tonight are almost play offense, where you might not play perfect but you figure out a way to win and definitely helped us."on to the cactus league....giants taking on the padres out in arizona......>bottom of the 7th inning....padres up 6-4....hudson potts hits a deep drive to center field....that one is way back....hits of the wall....and the padres extend their lead to 7-4...>top of the 9th....jonah arenado goes opposite field....that's onto the lawn seating area....giants would inch closer....but ultimately fall to the padres...7-6.....>well it was a long, drawn out process that i think just about everyone was sick of.....but bryce harper finally made it official today during his introductory press conference with the phillies......>harper signed a 13 year deal worth 330
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million....with no opt outs....and a no trade clause......meaning he will most likely retire as a phillie.....>"i can't...can't wait to get on that field and do philly nation proud and do everything i can to bring love to the city and do the things i can to help the community, bring that family oriented thing to the clubhouse and be a part of that group. i'm excited to get started and...you know. here's to a new chapter, here's to a new phase in the life of everybody at philly. i'm excited to be a part of it, so thank you.and we have more sports after the news.....> kron4 hoop session....>we will break down all warriors with other fun stuff sprinkled in.....> ( sara ) ( sara ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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look at the bay bridge. ( sara ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave) moist onshore flow will
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continue to produce continue to flow will moist onshore (dave)moist onshore flow will continue to produce widespread clouds and scattered showers across the region today and possibly into tonight. precipitation through the remainder of the weekend will mostly be light. another potentially wet system approaching from the west is then forecast to generate widespread rain next tuesday and wednesday. heaviest rainfall with next weekús system is currently projected to impact central or southern california, but at least a brief period of heavy rain could occur in the san francisco bay area as well.
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( sara ) residents in sonoma county can expect a little rain today as clean up efforts continue following the massive flooding last week. kro4's dan kerman is joining us now live with more on the recovery process happening in guerneville. local local assistance centerbank of america building16390 main street., guernevillenoon - 6pm
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flood community meetingel molino high school7050 covey road, forestville2pm - 4pm ( sara ) thanks dan. ( sara ) protests broke out in sacramento after learning the two police officers who shot and killed stephon clark would not be criminally
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charged. the 22-year-old clark was shot and killed in his grandmother's backyard in march of last year. the sacramento police were responding to a 9-1-1 call about a man breaking car windowns. two officers said they thought clark had a gun before firing 20 times and killing him. but no gun was ever found. the only thing clark had on him was a cellphone. after a nearly year-long investigation... the sarcramento d-a announced saturday those two officers would not face any criminal charges. ( sara ) stephon clark's family was at that announcement and spoke shortly after. karma dickerson spoke with them about how they are handling the news and the new bill they want to pass. sacramento -- district attorney anne marie schubert announced saturday that the officers who killed stephon clark will not face criminal charges.for nearly 80 minutes, schubert discussed the moments immediately before, during and after clark's death.the district attorney's office
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released its findings on its website. click here to view the report.schubert said her office's job was to find whether a crime had been committed by the two officers. "the answer to that question is no and as a result we will not charge these officers with any criminal liability related to the shooting death and the use of force against stephon clark," she said.investigators say forensic evidence linked clark to three broken car windows, but he did not take anything. police officers were in clark's neighborhood investigating the broken windows.officers terrence mercadal and jared robinet went to several backyards in the area looking for the suspect, who schubert said later said turned out to be clark.video from a sacramento county sheriff's department helicopter shows clark hopping a fence into what would later be revealed to be his grandmother's backyard, where clark was ultimately killed. schubert says both officers told investigators that they saw clark take an "aggressive stance" and a bright light flash, which they believed was a muzzle flash from a gun. clark was advancing toward officers when he was shot, schubert said."the total amount was about 30 feet in distance initially, and he advanced 15 feet," schubert said.clark was in fact unarmed, holding only a cellphone.a toxicology report revealed that at the time of his death, clark has a mixture
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of drugs and alcohol in his system. schubert said this, along with evidence found on his phone, is indicative of his fragile emotional state. two days before the shooting, there was a reported domestic incident between clark and his girlfriend, who is the mother of his two children. schubert says when clark's girlfriend told him she would report him to the police, he began to research ways to commit suicide."he searches over two dozen websites about how one can commit suicide and the focus is how one can do it by ingestion," schubert said. schubert did not say if she felt clark was seeking death by officer.activists and clark's own family criticized schubert for including that information in her report, saying his character was assassinated nearly a year after his death.investators did not look at the officers' phones as they did clark's, schubert said.clark's death nearly a year ago led to weeks of protests in sacramento. ( sara ) that was karma dickerson reporting. governor gavin newsom released a statement following the sacramento police departments announcement. "our hearts continue to ache for the loss of stephon clark and the circumstances that led to his death. this must be a time for change. we need systemic reforms that reduce inequities, increase community confidence in our criminal justice system, and that reinforce the sanctity of human life...""...we need to bolster proven community policing programs and expand other programs that help strengthen bonds between law enforcement and the communities they serve..."
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"...but most of all, we need to acknowledge the hard truth -- our criminal justice system treats young black and latino men and woman differently than their white counterparts. that must change." ( sara ) city leaders are also reacting to the da's decision. bridgette bjorlo says some are demanding there needs to be change in the police department. oc 1:39 "do that well" that well"oc 1:39 "do that well" ( sara )
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( sara ) the west bound lanes of highway- 37 are back open. caltrans closed part of the highway because of flooding earlier this week. the westbound side between atherton and 101 in novato... reopened just before 2:30 yesterday afternoon. the east bound side was also closed for a short time after heavy rain flooded the nearby novato creek. caltrans officials say if the bay area experiences another round of sustained heavy rain and flooding, the highway may have to be closed again. ( sara ) state water officials say the snow pack in the sierra is well above average. and while that may hold off drought conditions... it could also pose some flooding threats when the temperatures get warmer.. capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains. az: here at the sierra at tahoe parking lot you can see mountains and mountains of snow have just piled up, towering over some of the cars you see behind me. this after a month full of snow storms,
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which made for a record smashing snow survey.((chris orrock)) "california has had a cold and wet february in fact i just found out in talking to some of the staff at sierra at tahoe that this february broke all records that they've ever had for the month of february as far as snow fall, in fact they were inches away for the most snow fall in any given month."snow flakes flurrying across the sierra at phillips station thursday... another promising snow survey state wide showing the snow pack at 153% average.proof of the powerful snow storms reflected as the department of water resource's twelve foot measuring pole plunged nearly all the way into the ground... homes nearby buried in white. the survey at this site showing a snow depth of 113 inches.dwr engineers say its stormed so much, collecting some of this month's data will take longer than usual.((john king- dwr engineer)) "there's been a lot of storms that have come in so our surveyors haven't had an opportunity to go our yet."while the state's drought conditions improved significantly this month... the dwr says all this snow pack could pose a potential
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flooding threat..((mike anderson - dwr climatologist)) "there is the possibility of a faster melt if you see warmer than average conditions. we'll keep track and pay attention to the forecast and work with snow survey team to anticipate how much melt is happening each week."az: more snow is on the way this weekend. the next survey is in the beginning of april. tag. ( sara ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news...south lake tahoe could lose a lot of tax dollars... after residents voted to ban most vacation rental homes. what this means for locals and means for what this rental homes. most vacation voted to ban residents after dollars... lot of tax could lose a lake tahoe news...south morning on the kron 4 ( sara ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news...south lake tahoe could lose a lot of tax dollars... after residents voted to ban most vacation rental homes. what this means for locals and tourists. live look outside...at
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the embarcadero. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)moist onshore flow will continue to produce widespread clouds and scattered showers
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across the region today and possibly into tonight. precipitation through the remainder of the weekend will mostly be light. another potentially wet system approaching from the west is then forecast to generate widespread rain next tuesday and wednesday. heaviest rainfall with next weekús system is currently projected to impact central or southern california, but at least a brief period of heavy rain could occur in the san francisco bay area as well.
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area as well. ( sara ) this morning we are getting an in depth look at a mesaure in the sierra
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that's banning most vacation home rentals in south lake tahoe. residents who voted yes... say visitors have been causing problems with noise, parking and trash in neighborhoods. but as kron 4's gayle ong reports, the people against the measure say it will be terrible for the tourism industry. from the skiing..to the lake..beach, and trails..south lake tahoe..just a 3 hour drive from san francisco,where many bay area residents trade city life..for mountain life.. when it comes to how people vacation,these property managers say vacation rentals are on the rise,it's a chance for visitors to live like the locals..but
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soon...certain vacations will violate city law.south lake tahoe voters passed measure t. an ordinance to eliminate most vacation home rentals in residential neighborhoods..it passed by a mere 58 votes.city manager frank rush:a lawsuit has been filed by property owners who are trying to stop the measure..rush tells me the city and plaintiffs have agreed on a limited injunction:maximum occupancy limits.. right now, there are 14- hundred vacation home rentals in residential areas..the city is not issuing any new residential v-h-r permits,
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existing permits would phase out until now and 20-21.over the last ten years, joshua priou (pree-you) has been talking to city council to stop a ballot like measure t.. priou manages properties around the lake from the northshore and southshore in california and nevada,but the majority of his rentals are within south lake tahoe - where measure t is.. // "we're talking about thousands of thousands of people traveling here, spending money in our restaurants, renting skis, boats, everything you can possibly imagine, just retail alone.">for priou, it's beyond the tourism industry..it's the company he helped build.. even though the ban will take place in two years..other businesses are concerned of what's to come. stu
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roberson owns r-n-r vacation rentals, a company exclusively in south lake tahoe. and if measure t follows through..the fear is vacationers may go elsewhere.. in the meantime,in south lake tahoe, gayle ong kron 4 news. ( sara ) the city of south lake tahoe calculates it could lose up to four million dollars a
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year in taxes, because of the ban. as for the lawsuit, the case is pending and won't likely be heard from a judge until later this ( sara ) and here's a live look outside... san mateo bridge. "if you are watching us on the kron on app - here is an 'extra' check on weather and traffic. visit kron-on-dot-tv to subscribe." kron-on-dot-tv to subscribe." it's a deal so good, it will make everyone a fish lover. you get 100%, wild-caught alaska pollock breaded with panko bread crumbs and topped with tartar sauce. plus, hot and salty fries and a drink. for just $4.99! the $4.99 fish sandwich combo.
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it's a deal so good, it will make everyone a fish lover. you get 100%, wild-caught alaska pollock breaded with panko bread crumbs and topped with tartar sauce. plus, hot and salty fries and a drink. for just $4.99! the $4.99 fish sandwich combo. ( sara ) a three year
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old's response to a marriage proposal is going viral. popping the question ended in a head lock.. as andy banker reports, the child says she is just too young to get married. mom off camera: what happened at school?kynlee mcfetridge, 3- year-old: "i took a headlock down on jack and took him down."mom off camera: "you took him down? why, what did he say?"kynlee mcfetridge, 3- year-old: "because kids don't get married so that's why i put headlock down on him."when the star of this viral video arrived, she had me take her hand.she walked me back to the studio for a wide-ranging interview about that incident. kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "sometimes you just gotta take 'em down."about other fun at pre-school."we play with the slime. do circle time."and along with playing with slime and circle time, her future. kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "i wanna be a princess."and finally she opened up about the head lock that's made her
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famous.mom off camera: "did he say he wanted to marry you?" kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "yeah. but kids don't get married so that's why i put a headlock down on him."kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "i put a head lock down on him because i wanted to marry chelsea."chelsea is her aunt. kynlees wrestling moves go back to an open-heart surgery she had when she was 5 months old to correct heart defects known as the trilogy of fallot. physically, she fell behind kids her age. once she was well enough, wrestling with daddy became a favorite way to engage.it still is but during her interview, kynlee also reflected on lessons learned.scott mcfetridge, kynlee's dad: "that was my whole theory behind wrestling and roughhousing with her because she was behind the other kids so i was trying to make her stronger so she could catch up. in doing so, she got a little rough, i guess." kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "and that's why i took him down."mom off camera: "i don't think you're supposed to do that."kynlee mcfetridge, 3- year-old: "but that's the greatest thing ever.:"mom off camera: "no. lets not put headlocks on boys, okay? mom told her in the video. lets not put headlocks on boys." andy banker off camera: "was that a good thing or a bad thing to do?kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "it's a bad thing." and in the end, we learned art may play a prominent role in her future.and don't rule out a career in tv journalism. kynlee mcfetridge, 3-year-old: "this is kynlee. news 11."andy banker off camera: "yes! you did it again. oh yeah!"
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oh yeah!" ( sara ) take a look at this historic moment for american space flight. we told you yesterday about space x launching it's first capsule meant for manned flight. there is no one onboard this time... but it hopes in the future to use american-made rockets to take astronaughts into space once again. early this morning nasa released video of the dragon capsule docking with the international space station. again... it managed to get to the i-s-s and dock... without anyone onboard flying the rocket... just a dummy named "riply." the capsule is carrying about 200 pounds of supplies for the space station. ( sara ) take a look at this strange, gigantic fish that
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washed up on a southern california beach last week. and it turns out --- the seven-foot long fish has never been seen before in north america. the "hoodwinker sunfish" has only been seen in modern history in australia, new zealand, south africa and chile. sceintists aren't sure how --- or why --- it was found thousands of miles from its typical habitat. ( sara ) it's been nearly 54 years since a pivitol moment in the civil rights movement... bloody sunday. on sunday, march 7th in in 19-65... police in selma alabama attacked civil rights marchers as they tried to cross the edmund pettis bridge that linked the city with the state capitol. 17 people were sent to the hospital because of the attack. and it sparked outrage across the country... and helped push the 19-65 voting rights act forward. ever since... thousands of people gather each year to cross the bridge. former secretary of state
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hillary clinton and several 20-20 president candidates are expected to take part in today's events. which gets going in about an hour. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ... and tonight for kron 4 news at eight.news at eight. (ácommercialá)
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