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rescue teams are back out this morning in albama after an outbreak of deadly tornadoes overnight. ( james ) and two northern california girls go missing in the woods for two days. we'll tell you how they were able to survice. (darya) good morning i'm darya folsom..(james) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic...
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besides a few sprinkles this morning skies will remain dry through the day today with increasingly clear conditions into the afternoon. daytime highs will boost into the mid to upper 50's and low 60's for parts of the east bay. tomorrow into wednesday rainfall returns with heavy rain at times before increasingly dry conditions leading into the latter part of the week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza.
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richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 teachers in oakland will be back in the classrooms today after reaching a deal with the school district to end the seven day teachers strike. members of the oakland education association voted to accept the contract from the school district. teachers lined up at the paramount theater to vote on the districts deal yesterday. the union and the district have been negotiating for the past two years. teachers were demanding higher wagers, smaller class sizes and more resources. here's a breakdown of what's inside the new contract.
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teacher's are getting an 11-percent salary increase.. with a 3-percent bonus. they will see lower class sizes...one student will be removed from each classroom. there will be more student support...which will reduce caseloads for counselors from a ratio of 600 students to one counsleor... to 500 students. the district is also pausing the closure of some scools. school officials say they will also hold more community input sessions. mark zucker/oakland teacher: "this is not the first or last step, we're in the middle of of a battle. i was in the strike in '96, i was in the strike now, and it was worth it because we showed we cared, the community showed they cared. we pulled together and this is the next step, we achieved some important gains, we want to get them in writing and move forward from here."> ( james ) new this
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morning...police in pacifica are searching for answers after two people were found dead inside a home. officers found the bodies yesterday afternoon in the 11-hundred block of banyan way. right now, there are no suspects and police say there's no public safety concern. ( james ) in the east bay... four people were shot over the weekend inside a business in downtown oakland. the victims, two men and two women, were shot just after midnight sunday at a business in the 300 block of 14th street. a man has been arrested in connection with the shooting. police were not able to provide any additional information about what led to the shooting or the identity of the shooter. ( james ) we're learning more about an assault that happened on the u-c berkley campus last month. authorities say, a man who's not a student at the university, passed through the open market place and got into an altercation with hayden williams. on friday, officers arrested zachary green who was caught on camera
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punching williams in the face. witnesses say the victim was out protesting jussies smollett, who's accused of staging a hate crime. u-c berkeley says neither williams or green are affiliated with the university. ( darya ) flooding victims in guerneville are getting a little bit of help from a local assistance center. which could come just in time before another string of storms threatens to flood the russian river again. kron 4's dan kerman shows us how this pop-up is preparing to help. sunday morning sonoma county officials prepared to open a local assistance center for flood victims at the old bank of america building on main street in guernevillesot michael gossman/sonoma county :09a local assitance center is meant to be a one stop shop for your governmenta and non profit services in time of a disasterofficials say this will really streamline the process for many who have to make repairssotyou can geta
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permit right here in guerneville and not have to go to santa rosa to start work on your hosue and start rebuidling your propertythat's good news for a lot of local sot armando mushik/flood victim :32we got about 4 and a half feet of water we are right off the river, lost most of our furniture and appliances are pretty much shot so we are taking everyitng out and eplacing the walls half way upand the assistance center will also offer non rebuilding related services.sotyou will be able apply right here for food stamps, you can talk to our behavorial health folks if yo uneed cousneling , you can talk to our community development comission and if you need help finding housing or housing assistance, you can talk to the dmv to the contractor state licensing board without having to drive all over town and especially to santa rosa. standup dan kerman/guerneville 1:18going forward the assitance center will be open from 9 am to 6pm alt elast through next saturday. in guerneville, dan kerman kron 4 news.129/std
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( james ) a drop-off site for non-toxic flood debris is available for residents in sonoma county who are cleaning up after the recent storms. the service is intended only for waste originating from the flood, and those using it will be asked to show i-d or proof they live in the flood- affected community. residents are asked not to mix hazardous and toxic waste with other flood debris. officials are planning to collect toxic materials...that information will be shared on the sonoma county emergency planning website. residents are asked to no leave debris at unattended sites or in public areas. ( darya ) 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
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about a man breaking car windowns.( james ) 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. ( darya ) lawmakers could soon 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. (á2 shotá)( darya ) a memorial service is happening today for san francisco public defender jeff adachi.( james ) it will take place at 11 oclock- at city hall ... its open to the public. the 59-year old died last month, after dining with a friend in north beach. police say, they have ruled out foul play
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in the death. however, the public defender's office has asked the san francisco board of supervisors ... for a formal investigation into adachi's passing. ( james ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news... salesforce has another problem besides the cracked transit center... now windows are cracking on its tower next door. ( james ) and... how two girls learned to survive in the woods after being missing for two days. ( james ) but first... the search and rescue mission has resumed this morning in alabama... after tornadoes claimed the lives of at least 23 people. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast. < ella: i'm ella sogomonian - we've been telling you a lot about kron-on.. the bay area's only commercial free
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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 - visit kron-on-dot-tv to sign up.>
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to simone, i leave the van gogh. to harrison, the wine collection. to craig, this rock. the redwoods to the redheads.
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the rainbows to the proud. i leave these things to my heirs, all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything in your power to preserve and protect them. with love, california. least 23 people are at
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least 23 people are dead this morning... following an outbreak of tornadoes in central alabama.( james ) this morning the national weather service and first responders are back on the ground as the search and rescue continues. it's complete devestation in lee county and other parts of west alabama and east georgia. two tornadoes touched down in lee county within an hour of eachother... devestating that small community. the search and rescue efforts had to stop overnight for safety reasons... but resumed at first light this morning.. and officials are expected the death toll to continue to rise.
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this has been a horrific event for lee county. i can't - just to see all the agencies that have come together and the citizens of this county to throw out the help, help for the people that have lost loved ones, that have lost everything they have is just very heartwarming."> ( darya ) the death toll has not gone up in the latest report from the lee county coroner. but he does say at least 20 people are still missing or unaccounted for. more people died from these tornadoes --- than all the people killed by tornadoes, across the country, in 20-18. (darya)(james)( robin ) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic this morning. besides a few sprinkles this morning skies will remain dry
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through the day today with increasingly clear conditions into the afternoon. daytime highs will boost into the mid to upper 50's and low 60's for parts of the east bay. tomorrow into wednesday rainfall returns with heavy rain at times before increasingly dry conditions leading into the latter part of the week.
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(á2 shotá)( james ) happening today...city leaders in petaluma could approve the construction of a safeway gas station along a busy intersection. ( darya ) kron4's charles glifford was at that intersection sunday where dozens of people were
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protesting the gas station. natswoo hoo!sunday afternoon, dozens of people walked along mcdowell boulevard honk! honk! natsand drove around the block to oppose a plan by safeway grocery stores to build a fuel station. . or gas station. . on this corner.if approved, the fuel station would be built here at the intersection of mcdowell and maria drive. those opposed to the project say that's to close to the petaluma child development center and mcdowell elementary. sotwe would welcome a safeway gas station if it wasn't across the street from what are know as sensitive receptors. according to bay area quality management district. children, small childern, lungs.they also worry that the new fuel station would increase traffic in the area.the gas station was proposed over a year ago, but so far the city has not given a green light.late last year, the city council delayed the project and asked safeway to do additional work on its environmental impact review . the issue is scheduled to be taken up by the council again on monday. protestors here hope the city will put an end to the project or force safeway to move the fuel station somewhere else.sotwe aren't against gas station just the location.
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( darya ) coming up on the kron4 morning news... how police say they were able to track down the suspect accused of attacking a woman in mountain view.
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besides a few sprinkles this morning skies will remain dry through the day today with increasingly clear conditions into the afternoon. daytime highs will boost into the mid to upper 50's and low 60's for parts of the east bay. tomorrow into wednesday rainfall returns with heavy rain at times before increasingly dry conditions leading into the latter part of the week. (robin) no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from
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the maze to sf. ( darya ) cracks have been discovered in the windows of- the salesforce tower. two pieces of interior glass have cracked... one on the 12th floor the other on the 14th. bill strawn with the san francisco department of building inspection says a reporter notified the city about the crack. in a statement the building owner says they acted immediately to determine the cause of the cracked windows and to took preventative steps. a building inspector has now been briefed by the property owner but the city is not conducting its own investigation.
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expecting it to be a standard buidling maintenance item.> ( darya ) becuase these were interior pieces of glass, there's no concern for anything falling on the sidewalk. both pieces of glass are expected to be replaced sometime this month. ( james ) coming up next... oakland teachers are back in school after they agreed on a deal. what the superintendent is saying about the agreement. ( james ) and... how two girls survived in the woods after being missing for two days. (ácommercialá) even if no one in your home smokes, secondhand smoke can be closer than you think. secondhand smoke from a neighbor's apartment can enter your home through air vents, through light fixtures and even through cracks in the walls and the floors. secondhand smoke is toxic.
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the half hour with a check of weather and traffic... besides a few sprinkles this morning skies will remain dry through the day today with increasingly clear conditions into the afternoon. daytime highs will boost into the mid to upper 50's and low 60's for parts of the east bay. tomorrow into wednesday rainfall returns with heavy rain at times before increasingly dry conditions leading into the latter part of the week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. golden gat bridge drive time less than 30 min from 37 to the toll plaza. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101 ( darya ) students in oakland will
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be back in the classrooms today after and teachers reached a deal with the school district to end the seven day teachers strike. members of the oakland education association voted to accept the contract from the school district. teachers lined up at the paramount theater to vote on the districts deal yesterday. the union and the district have been negotiating for the past two years. teachers were demanding higher wagers, smaller class sizes and more resources. here's a breakdown of what's inside the new contract. teacher's are getting an 11-percent salary increase.. with a 3-percent bonus. they will see lower class sizes...one student will be removed from each classroom. there will be more student support...which will reduce caseloads for counselors from a ratio of 600 students to one counsleor... to 500 students. the district is also pausing the closure of some scools. school officials say they will also hold more
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community input sessions. ( darya ) oakland unified school district superintendent -kyla johnson trammell released a statement on the end of the strike. it reads in part: "my hope is that this new contract demonstrates our commitment to recruiting and keeping the best teachers in oakland. we know that not all members were fully supportive of the contract terms. i understand the sense of urgency to fix all of our long-standing fiscal and systems issues, but the reality is that it will take a few years to stabilize the district. ( darta ) protests broke out in sacramento this weekend after learning the two police officers who shot and killed stephon clark would not be criminally charged.( james ) 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
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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. ( james ) stephon clark's family was at that announcement and spoke shortly after.( darya ) karma dickerson spoke with them about how they are handling the news and the new bill they 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
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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. 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 ( james ) that was karma
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dickerson reporting. governor gavin newsom released a statement following the sacramento police departments announcement. reading in part: "...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." ( darya ) senator and presidential candidate kamala harris tweeted out her reaction to the decision saying quote... stephon 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. (á2 shotá)( darya ) sacramento's largest shopping center was closed sunday --- over concerns of protests due to the d-a's decision.( james ) arden fair mall did not
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open because 10 demonstrators camped overnight in the mall to talk to shoppers about racial justice. kristi gross says sacramento police and mall executives agreed to keep the mall closed becaue they were worried the protest might grow too big. nats: people trying to open mall doorssunday shoppers turned away at the door--- signs posted--- arden fair mall--- closed for the day. dominique brown/ upset shopper wow that really sucks because i wanted to get my husband a gift. adrian santiago/ upset shoppermy wifeús pregnant and she wants wetzel pretzels, so iúm over here trying to please her and whatnot and itús closed. totally unfair for everybody else. a small group of college students and community activists, staged a silent sit-in at arden faire mall overnight saturday night, into sunday morning--- when mall officials announced they would be shutting down for the day. khalil ferguson/ mall protest organizer weúre protesting and causing a disturbance because we still have to fight for equal rights. we still have to fight for civil rights, human rights. itús a shame in 2019. dozens of supporters joined in throughout the day---there's police brutality against colored people. that's what i believe. at one point protestors blocked access to bj's brewhouse...linking arms at the front entrance as diners ate inside.protestors
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say they hope the financial hit helps lead to change. khalil ferguson/ mall protest organizer we wanted to disturb maybe the most lucrative businesses like champs that does high numbers, like victoriaús secret, like apple. we did not know it was going to turn into the whole mall shutdown which of course is exponentially greater than what we wanted initially. so this is a great feat and we will not stop. nats: arden mall, shutdown! shoe stores, shutdown! food court, shutdown! while some shoppers were upset with the inconvenience--- dominique brown/ upset shopper i know why theyúre protesting and i think they have a right to protest but i think that they could do it at a better place instead of at the mall others stood in support--- calling it a worthy cause. lorraine taufa/ supporterif youúre going to do it peacefully thatús fine. i donút believe in violence but if youúre going to do it peacefully then thatús your right. ( james ) that was kristi gross reporting. the mall will resume normal operating hours this morning. ( darya ) 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 at a home on santa
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clara avenue. the victim says he introduced himself as "jerry"... before he attacked her last week. 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. (darya) a woman is dead after 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 believe rain may be a factor in the crash. a passenger suffered non-life threatening injuries. ( james ) two young sisters from northern california missing since friday have been found alive.... humboldt
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county sheriff deputies say 8- year old leia carrico and 5- year old caroline carrico spent nearly 44 hours in the thick muddy forest. the girls were last seen friday at their home and somehow ended up nearly 2 miles away. they were found "safe and sound" on sunday morning by a fire captain and firefighter who followed the girls' boot tracks. ( james ) though the girls were dehydrated and cold, they were uninjured and in good spirits. the sheriff says the girls the sheriff says the girls were trained in outdoor survival through their local 4-h club and authorities believe that helped them. ( john ) and i am tracking your bay area forecast.
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this video of an avalanche sunday on copper mountain in colorado. some vehicles had to be dug out. a
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second avalanche happened that day in the same general area.( james ) there were no reports of injuries or anyone trapped. the avalanches did close part of interstate-70. more than interstate-70. more than 80-million people are under winter weather alerts from colorado to maine. (james)(darya) welcome back. lets get a check of weather and traffic...
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besides a few sprinkles this morning skies will remain dry through the day today with increasingly clear conditions into the afternoon. daytime highs will boost into the mid to upper 50's and low 60's for parts of the east bay. tomorrow into wednesday rainfall returns with heavy rain at times before increasingly dry conditions leading into the latter part of the week.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. (álandingá)(álandingá) ( darya ) hundreds of people hundreds of ( darya ) ( darya ) hundreds of people
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marched across the edmund pettus bridge in selma, alabama sunday as part of the 54th anniversary of "bloody sunday." several democratic presidential candidates were in attendance to remember a somber day in american civil rights history. david daniel was there. a somber look back.and a focus on the future.bernie sanders/(d) presidential candidate: "how sad it is that 54 years later we are still fighting for the right to vote."several democratic presidential candidates joined community leaders to commemorate the civil rights marches in selma, alabama. including the assault on marchers on the edmund pettus
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bridge known as "bloody sunday."54 years ago--peaceful demonstrators were beaten by state troopers as they rallied in support for voting rights. candidates praising the progress that's been made... but acknowledging there's still work left to be done. hillary clinton/former presidential candidate: "starting right now here in selma, once again, to redouble our efforts with a 21st century civil rights movement devoted to claiming, enforcing and defending the right to vote, once and for all."cory booker/(d) presidential candidate: "i worry now that we are at a point in our country where we see a moral vandalism that is attacking our ideals and eroding the dream of our nation."despite the threat of a tornado-- the selma community gathered to re- enact the symbolic edmund pettus bridge crossing.civil rights leader john lewis-- who was badly beaten in the 1965 confrontation on the bridge-- also paid tribute this weekend. a stormy forcast not keeping the community from marking the pivotal chapter of u-s history that led to the passage of the
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voting rights act.i'm david daniel reporting. ( james ) new this morning... former colorado governor john hickenlooper has thrown his hat into the 20-20 presidential race. e made the announcement in a video this morning. this brings the democratic field for 20-20 to 14 candidates. including two former governors and six senators. he is known in his state for being able to make deals across party lines and is a staunch democratic moderate. he served as governor of colorado from 20-11 through 20-19. ( james ) tesla c-e-o elon musk announced on twitter last night that he will unveil the new s-u-v tesla model y later this month. that will become
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the fifth car tesla has produced since it was founded back in 2003. details are very limited at this point --- but musk has said it will be about 10 percent bigger than the model 3... which is tesla's cheapest car. and will also cost about 10 percent more than that car... which starts at around 35- thousand dollars. ( james ) coming up after the break... we'll explain why the u-s women's soccer team was wearing jersey's with the names of iconic women from history. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)
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besides a few sprinkles this morning skies will remain dry through the day today with increasingly clear conditions into the afternoon. daytime highs will boost into the mid to upper 50's and low 60's for parts of the east bay. tomorrow into wednesday rainfall returns with heavy rain at times before increasingly dry conditions leading into the latter part of the week. ( 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
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(á2 shotá)( darya ) some big names were on the field with the u-s women's soccer team in nashville this weekend. ( james ) each u-s player had a different name on the back of their jersey during their 'she-believes' cup match against england. the players each chose to honor a famous woman who inspired them. some of the iconic names on the jerseys included supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg, beyonce, serena williams, author j-k rowling, and maya angelou. ( darya ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...teachers in oakland vote to end a strike....we've got a breakdown of their new contract. ( darya ) plus, devastating tornadoes rip through alabama...and officials expect the death toll to rise.
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besides a few sprinkles this morning skies will remain dry through the day today with increasingly clear conditions into the afternoon. daytime highs will boost into the mid to upper 50's and low 60's for parts of the east bay. tomorrow into wednesday rainfall returns with heavy rain at times before increasingly dry conditions leading into the latter part of the week. no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo br

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