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( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)upper level low will continue to move south along the coast today bringing scattered to numerous showers to the region as well as a
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slight chance of thunderstorms . although dry conditions will prevail on monday, another weak system will move through the region on tuesday. high pressure will finally build back over the st coast for second part of the work week and next weekend, with dry and warmer conditions developing.
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( marty ) there are no survivors in an ethiopian airlines flight that crashed early this morning. the airline says 157 passengers --- including 8 americans --- and eight crew members were on board the plane when it went down. search and rescue operations are underway this morning. this is the second new boeing 7-37 that has gone down in the last 6 months. but there is no word on a cause for the crash at this point. ( marty ) there's concern in half moon bay after a chunk of conrete broke away from the bluff at the pedestrian bridge. you may remember that a big section of the bluff gave
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way back in 20-16. since then the city has been keeping an eye on it, kron 4's gayle ong reports that some fear the recent storms could cause further erosion. metal barricades and sandbags are still set up to protect mirada road,from exposure to high tides and storm events.. the bluff at the pedestrian bridge eroded back in 20-16.. long time resident john brennan says after recent winter storms,it's been eroding aw..san mateo county workers put these boulders on the beach to break the surf..but with the rounds of storms over the years, high energy waves and coastal conditions have caused the boulders to shift..leaving areas along mirada road unprotected..carol is also seeing eroding issues on moss beach..near the fitzgerald marine reserve
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years, we lost about 18 feet of our land.">she's hoping she could install a seawall in her backward where the damage is,but the process is not simple.half moon bay is considered an "erosion hot spot"city and county planners are aware and still evaluating long term solutions to stabilize and protect the coast.. ( marty ) new this morning.....poli ce in oakland say a security guard was shot 10 times last night. it happened inside a pot cultivating house on the 12-hundred block of 23rd avenue. the shooting happened around 9. the guard was taken to a hospital with major injuries. no word on his condition this morning. police have not arrested any suspects.
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( marty ) bart service is back to normal this morning following a big problem yesterday. the system was completely shutdown for around three hours yesterday morning because of a computer glitch. service was partially restored around 9... and full service was up and running an hour later. bart has reported no other issues since then. ( marty ) the loud sound of airplanes may soon be a thing of the past for residents near s-f-o new technology is being tested right now... that could all but silence the commercial aircrafts kron 4's haaziq madyun has the story. nats/haaziqwhat's that sound overhead?sotthat is the sound of another airplane flying over this foster city neighborhood heading to sfo. that noise is part of the foster city lifestyle that may soon be coming to an end thanks to a ground based augmentation system or gbas being tested at sfo. sfo spokesperson doug yakel explains how it workssot
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of landings at sfo that don't exist today">and he says there are a couple of real benefits for the airport and those who live along the arrival flight pathsot sotfoster city residents paige mcdonald and ric turek describe what is has been like living in the path of sfo's runway for the past 12-yearssotsotwhat will life be like without that sound?sot
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city resident: "although you do get use to it over the years, it will be nice and the kids will sleep better too"> officials at sfo say there are still a few hurdles like getting the faa on board. if all goes well gbas could be up and and running in 2020...at sfo haaziq madyun kron4news ( marty ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...we'll take you to the memorial service honoring three women who were shot and killed at a california veteran's home in yountville. ( marty ) and a week of protests ends with a vigil and prayer rally honoring stephon clark in sacramento.stephon clark in sacramento. you know when you're at ross
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and you realize great minds shop alike? yes. or when you find those name-brand shoes that everyone notices? oh, yeah! or when you get exactly what you need for your growing family? yes! that's yes for less. yep! yes, yes, yes, yes... yes! seriously, 20 to 60 percent off department store prices every day. at ross. yes for less. a viral photo of a car's
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windows broken out after the driver parked in front of a fire hydrant has received some unexpected criticism. stacey butler has the story.
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to people that it isn't feasible to do that., bc of the flow of the water and the kink of the hose and it's just not possible.in a video just released by the anaheim fire department...firefighters demonstrated slowing the flow of water by going around the car could have had disastrous effects.most people think...nothin gonna happen...trapped inside.eight people got out safe.jose lopez/anaheim: as the owner of the car, i would have been mad but if that's the only way to do it, then i guess.leticia serrano/anaheim: they had to do to get the fire out.> ( marty ) that was stacey butler reporting. meanwhile... a jaguar attacked a woman trying to take selfie at a zoo in arizona. witnesses at the zoo say the woman crossed over a barrier to take a picture. that's when the animal reached out and attacked her arm. the jaguar let go after a witness distracted it with a bottle. the woman needed medical attention but is expected to be okay. this is not the first time the female jaguar has hurt a park visitor. the zoo director says a year ago it scratched another person who crossed the barrier. crossed the person who another person who crossed the person who another scratched ( marty ) that was stacey butler
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reporting. meanwhile... a jaguar attacked a woman trying to take selfie at a zoo in arizona. witnesses at the zoo say the woman crossed over a barrier to take a picture. that's when the animal reached out and attacked her arm. the jaguar let go after a witness distracted it with a bottle. the woman needed medical attention but is expected to be okay. this is not the first time the female jaguar has hurt a park visitor. the zoo director says a year ago it scratched another person who crossed the barrier. ( dave ) (ácommercialá) ( marty ) here's a live
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look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)upper level low will continue to move
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south along the coast today bringing scattered to numerous showers to the region as well as a slight chance of thunderstorms. although dry conditions will prevail on monday, another weak system will move through the region on tuesday. high pressure will finally build back over the west coast for second part of the work week and next weekend, with dry and warmer conditions developing.
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women's history month... we recognize a woman who helped break barriers in journalism. dorothy gilliam was the first african american female reporter at the washington post. her stories helped give a voice to communities that were often overlooked. brie jackson has the story. she's a journalism pioneer.... "as a first i had to open the doors for some others who would be following."in 1961 dorothy butler gilliam became the first black female reporter for the washington post. at the time the paper was male dominated and-- like the nation as a whole--mostly segregated.gilliam recalled facing unexpected challenges while trying to do her job." because of these outside factors that i had no control over such as the fact that these white cab drivers wouldn't pick up a black woman" despite obstacles, gilliam was driven to succeed.she relied on her skills.. such as short- hand.. to finish assignments on-time.she believed missing
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deadline would only make it harder for any women or minorities who followed. "it would be very easy for editors who didn't want to have diversity to say "we tried but they couldn't even get cabs". as the 1960's civil rights movement and women's movement made headlines, gilliam's articles were required reading.... she covered historic events including the integration of central high school in little rock arkansas and the university of mississippi."few white reporters at that time were going into the black community to say what do you all think what are your opinions of whats happening at ole miss"in her memoir called " trailblazer", gilliam wrote of her experiences including her efforts to promote diversity in the newsroom." the way journalism works. its important that we have all people represented around the table"in addition to her work in journalism, gilliam also co-
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founded the maynard institute in washington d.c.the organization works to improve media coverage by making sure newsrooms reflect the communities they serve . rothy gilliam is a legend in the industry.cathy trost is the executive director of the newseum's freedom forum institute.she says while gilliam and other women broke barriers decades ago, there's still room for progress.its been clear that we need more women and diversity in leadership. because tone gets set at the top and decisions get made at the top about the expectations you are communicating about your values in the newsroom. trost says the newseum programs and exhibits highlight the rise of female journalists and their vital role in the media.she's hopes increasing awareness of the history, the struggles and the accomplishments will lead to more positive changes. we've been hearing that message for 30, 40 years even before dorothy gilliam and it's time now to standup and make a changegilliam says being the first wasn't easy. but after nearly 60 years in the news business, she says she is proud to see more females and journalists of color taking on tough assignments...from the city hall....to the white house press room.... "reporters who
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are being singled out and denigrated. i want to let them know their effort is appreciated" in washington, brie jackson. ( marty ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news...a look back at the life and legacy of former 49ers and raiders defensive end... cedrick hardman.. (ácommercialá)
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some breaking news tonight in the sports world....it's official! ---steelers wide receiver antonio brown is heading to the oakland raiders.... ---brown' will receive $30 million over the next three years with the raiders...guara nteed....making him the highest paid wide receiver in the nfl.... ---through 2021...he was expected to make about 39-million. but his new deal increases it to just over $50- million....
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---in return....the steelers will get oakland's 3rd and 5th 2019 draft picks.... ---and now some unforunate news...former 49ers and raiders defensive end, cedrick hardman, passed away today. ---hardman was drafted by the san francisco 49ers in the first round in 1970, and he ended his nfl career with the oakland raiders in 1981... ---he is the current all- time leader in sacks for the 49ers franchise...with 107 sacks between 1970-1979.... ---hardman is also a super bowl champion, winning super bowl 15 with the raiders.... ---hardman was 70 years old.... no cause of death has been officially released. moving on to the nba....it was a spectacular night in oracle....as the warriors rebounded from their disappointing loss against the celtics.... ---hosting the denver nuggets... ---the warriors got off to a
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strong start....leaping to a 15-point run to cap off the first quarter... ---but their hot streak was stalled in the second....as denver retaliated..... ---but the dubs fought back....aided by a returning klay thompson.... ---warriors would defeat the nuggets....122-105... ---steve kerr and klay thompson reflect on thompson's 39-point performance..."uh, just play with energy. those two games felt like an eternity, and you miss it when you're teammates and friends are out there competing without you. so, for me, it was just about playing with energy and passion, and when i do that and i'm focused, other parts of my game will open up." "he impacted the game in so many ways. i mean, he, obviously, had 39 points, but it's his defense, too. you know, chasing ball handlers over those high screens, being physical, using his length and intelligence to make guys uncomfortable. so, it was huge just having klay back. he was amazing. he was awesome." ----some exciting news for the bay area...as the oakland tech bulldogs defeat the northview vikings...to become the c.i.f. division 4 state champions.... ---the bulldogs limited
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northview's offense to just 22 percent shooting ---stephanie okowi had 16 points, 24 rebounds, and blocked seven shots for the bulldogs... ---a big congratulations to the oakland tech bulldogs on their historic win!! ---heading over to the shark tank...san jose sharks have won their last three games....and look to continue their hot streak against the st. louis blues... ---to end the first....timo meier shoots in his second goal of the game....that puts the sharkies ahead 2-1... ---seconds left in the 2nd...brayden shenn ties it up for the blues....2 all....game would ultimately go into overtime.... ---1:45 left in overtime....logan couture ....labanc rifles it in.... ---sharks win in overtime....3-2....and have now won 4 straight games....next stop....they travel to minnesota to play the wild on monday.... ( marty ) as we head to break,
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here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge.. ♪
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look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your
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forecast... (dave) upper level low will continue to move south along the coast today bringing scattered to numerous showers to the region as well as a slight chance of thunderstorms. although dry conditions will prevail on monday, another weak system will move through the region on tuesday. high pressure will finally build back over the west coast for second part of the work week and next weekend, with dry and warmer conditions developing.
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( marty ) dozens of people remembered the lives of three women who were killed a year ago at the veterans home in yountville. kron four's philippe djegal reports the pain from that deadly day has not gone away. kerri dorman/vice mayor- "on march 9, 2018, hope and redemption and charity and love did not leave this valley." though the town of yountville is still recovering from the deadly events of march 9th a year
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ago... rather than dwell on the loss of life... the community honoring the three women who died and their contributions to so many people.kerri dorman/vice mayor- "i'm here because i believe, that the memories we bring, are the seeds and the sprouts, that give us the roots to follow our commitment to the mission, the shared mission of not only those, whose lives were taken, but those who survived." saturday's memorial was held in the town community center. the pathway home at the veteran's home of california in yountville shutdown last summer...larry kamer/pathway home- "it's been a hard year. it's been a year of figuring out the path of the pathway home." returning to the pathway home was too much to bare for employees and former residents there, says spokesperson larry kamer. losing doctor jennifer gonzales shushereba... doctor jennifer golick... and, executive director chrstine loeber (chris-teen low-burr) -- closed a chapter at that facility that yountville won't soon forget. larry kamer/pathway home-
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"they had dedicated their lives to helping vets who were dealing with traumatic brain injury, mental health, physical health, ad other issues. you know, we ask a lot of our warriors, and we send them to some very very difficult situations, and we just need to do a better job of getting them out of the military and into society as we do in preparing them to come into the military. and, that's what those three women were dedicated to doing." the gunman killed himself after shooting the women. he was a veteran who had recently been treated and released from the home. in yountville, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) cal vet tweeted this statement marking the memorial. it reads-- today marks the one-year anniversary of an unthinkable tragedy that took place at the pathway home, on the grounds of the veterans home of california- yountville. we have gone to great lengths to ensure our staff and residents have the ongoing care and support they
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need. cal vet serves california's veterans and their families. ( marty ) it was a weekend of vigils and memorials in sacramento honoring the life of stephon clark. they come just days after the d-a announced no charges will be filed against the officers who fatally shot the unarmed man. bridgette bjorlo has the story.
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was armed - and that they feared for their lives when they shot the 22 year old. carmen losenicky/ choir director:"we definitely pray for the clark family and pray they'll be healed and whole. and laws can be passed so that moving forward these types of situations don't have to happen ever again."natsthe prayer rally follows a tense week of protests with demonstrators making their voices heard and demanding justice for stephon clark. darien slushes/ demonstrator: "as a young person myself, i understand the frustration and the confusion, but we want to make a difference in a peaceful and loving way."nats but the message today is love and unity.for the community to stand strong together during a time of uncertainty and unrest darien slushes/ demonstrator: "the general purpose of this is to just show the unity in sacramento, of the leaders and the people, to show that we can all come together to bring peace and pray for our city to unite."people in this crowd say if the community rallies together, positive change can be had...christopher ash/ demonstrator:"we need people to come together and say things are wrong and need to be changed, and we need people to come together and uphold what is right."...and through peace and support for one another.. a divided city can become one.carmen losenicky / choir director:"we're here for one another. we love each other and so we're standing here just to heal this community.">
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( marty ) that was bridgette bjorlo reporting. friday, a crowd of more than 100 people marched through the neighborhood where stephon clark was shot by police. the demonstrators stopped outside his grandmother's house before walking into the backyard where he was killed last year. coming up on the kron 4 morning news....shocking video of a teacher berating a student with insults. so far, the only person who has been punished in the incident is the boy who took that video. our hillshire farm craftsmen
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in your noise cancelling trheadphones?ry maybe not. maybe you could trust you won't be next to a loud eater. (eating potato chips loudly) or you could just trust duracell. (silence) ♪ ( marty ) a video shot by a student in a milwaukee classroom shows a teacher berating another student with insults and foul language. derica williams reports the only person who has been punished in the incident is the boy who took the video. natsot"excuse me ?!"kindness to cursing in a matter of seconds.natsot"your dirty (bleep) needs to learn how to take a bath. shut up. get out
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of my classroom. i know you ain't talking with your (bleep)."shalonda ezell says her son watched his classmate get berated and belittled by his teacher.shalonda ezell/mother"i just feel like she bullied him. she could have been more professional." she says her son recorded the incident involving a child in his class with special needs. shalonda ezell/mother"for an adult to say that to a child is traumatic. you don't do that"ezell shared the video with a friend who posted the incident on social media. shalonda ezell/mother"i think it's a sad situation, i think it needs to be brought to light."she says her son took the video to expose the treatment.shalonda ezell/mother "it's a good thing that he did it. how would we know what was going on inside these special ed classes?"but ezell says her son is the one who was penalized and suspended for three days for inappropriate use of electronic communication.shalonda ezell/mother"you cant fault the child, because he's trying to help. he seen that student was in need and he did what was best."what she believes is best is for teachers to keep their composureshalonda ezell/mother"evaluate the situation before they explode and i think people who deal with children with special need to be trained thoroughly."
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that was derica williams reporting. as we head to break, here's a live look outside... san francisco international airport.
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( marty ) live look outside...
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dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)upper level low will continue to move south along the coast today bringing scattered to numerous showers to the region as well as a slight chance of thunderstorms . although dry conditions will prevail on monday, another weak system will move through the region on tuesday. high pressure will finally build back over the west coast for second part of the work week and next weekend, with dry and warmer conditions developing.
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( marty ) in national news-- there's a crowded field of candidates for the democratic presidential nomination. jeff zeleny takes a look at the young contenders for the white house. mayor pete buttigieg/-d- presidential candidate: "people are a little too polite to ask the question of why a 37-year-old mayor thinks he has any business being in a discussion about the highest office in the land?" that's precisely the question facing pete buttigieg - the youngest candidate in the presidential race.he's the mayor of south bend, indiana now turning heads as he audaciously eyes the white house.-nats reporter question-mayor pete buttigieg/-d- presidential candidate: "i know you don't expect to hear this from the
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youngest person in the conversation, but my simplest answer is experience // i know there's a more conventional path that involves marinating in washington for 10 or 20 or 40 years, but i actually think we want washington to begin looking more like our best run cities and towns, not the other way around."he's touting his youth as a virtue ... and his biography filled with a list of firsts.mayor pete buttigieg/-d- presidential candidate: "the fact that i'm a veteran, that i'm young, that i'm in a same sex marriage, those are important parts of who i am. but that profile just gets you a look. the real question is once people take that look, what do they see? and what do they hear?"democrats are giving him a look ... but his challenge is to be seen as a serious candidate on a crowded stage. he's at the forefront of a new generation of leaders ... who have little appetite to wait their turn.even democrats not constitutionally old enough to seek the presidency, like congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez, 29, also influencing the party.on the campaign trail, buttigieg is not the only millennial in the race.rep. tulsi gabbard/-d- presidential candidate: "when someone tells me to shut up, i
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speak up louder."hawaii congresswoman tulsi gabbard is also 37 and an iraq veteran who is building her candidacy around foreign policy.rep. tulsi gabbard/-d- presidential candidate/wowt:"that is the change that i seek to bring to this country of bringing these uniquely american ideals of service before self. that come from my heart as a soldier." she's still explaining a 2017 meeting withyria's president, bashar al-assad and has apologized for what she now calls "wrong" and "hurtful" statements when she worked for an anti-gay group. two young congressmen also exploring a white house bid: 38-year-old eric swalwell of california and 40-year-old seth moulton of massachusetts ... highlighting a divide, with joe biden and bernie sanders nearly four older.it's become a ready-made punchline -- at least for the younger candidates.mayor pete buttigieg/-d- presidential candidate: "i understand the audacity of running for president at my age (laughter) especially because sometimes downstairs i'll still get carded when i order a beer." jeff zeleny reporting
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( marty ) more people are flocking to southeast l-a to check out the gorgeous poppies. nicole comstock takes a look at the superbloom.
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can back up for ten to twenty miles.paul brion"kinda like disneyland out here. haha." except mother nature doesn't charge admission to stop and snap a pictureof your family your significant otheror your dog.brion "he would love to just run wild."although you can see the wildflowers from the freeway,chp warns drivers it's illegal to pull over on the shoulder and get out to take pictures.its something they saw with the last super bloom in 2017.this time around they have officers on site so they're encouraging visitors to take the lake street exit and wait their turnisaac sierra, corona resident"during the day, probably early morning, it's gonna be busy." "its pretty cool like i didnt realize how many poppies are actually over here."> ( marty ) that was nicole comstock reporting. the antelope valley poppy reserve says their bloom will likely peak later this month or at the beginning of april. ( dave )
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my name is jedda and my favorite thing about the grilled chicken club is the multigrain bun. it's toasted and then you get the cheese. so if you but really slowly you can literally taste every level of the sandwich. i don't eat very slowly, but if you do. my name is leslie. well i love the grilled chicken club sandwich because the grilled chicken. like, it's actually been on a grill. as soon as you grab it to go take your first bite, it's like just like, "psscheew". insanely good. ( marty ) here is a live look at
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the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with
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the weather. (dave) upper level low will continue to move south along the coast today bringing scattered to numerous showers to the region as well as a slight chance of thunderstorms. although dry conditions will prevail on monday, another weak system will move through the region on tuesday. high pressure will finally build back over the west coast for second part of the work week and next weekend, with dry and warmer conditions developing.
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( marty ) ( marty ) there are no survivors in an ethiopian airlines flight that crashed early this morning. the airline says 157 passengers --- including 8 americans --- and eight crew members were on board the plane when it went down. search and rescue operations are underway this morning. this is the second new boeing 7-37 that has gone down in the last 6 months. but there is no word on a cause for the crash at this point. ( marty ) there's concern in half moon bay after a chunk of conrete broke away from the bluff at the pedestrian bridge. you may remember that a big section of the bluff gave way back in 20-16. since then the city has been keeping an eye on it, kron 4's gayle ong reports that some fear the recent storms could cause further erosion. metal barricades and sandbags
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are still set up to protect mirada road,from exposure to high tides and storm events.. the bluff at the pedestrian bridge eroded back in 20-16.. long time resident john brennan says after recent winter storms,it's been eroding away..san mateo county workers put these boulders on the beach to break the surf..but with the rounds of storms over the years, high energy waves and coastal conditions have caused the boulders to shift..leaving areas along mirada road unprotected..carol is also seeing eroding issues on moss beach..near the fitzgerald marine reserve
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the life with the marine reserve with the soil falling and dropping down.">she's hoping she could install a seawall in her backward where the damage is,but the process is not simple.half moon bay is considered an "erosion hot spot"city and county planners are aware and still evaluating long term solutions to stabilize and protect the coast.. ( marty ) new this morning.....poli ce in oakland say a security guard was shot 10 times last night. it happened inside a pot cultivating house on the 12-hundred block of 23rd avenue. the shooting happened around 9. the guard was taken to a hospital with major injuries. no word on his condition this morning. police have not arrested any suspects. ( marty ) bart service is back to normal this morning following a big problem yesterday. the system was completely shutdown for around three hours yesterday morning because of a computer glitch.
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service was partially restored around 9... and full service was up and running an hour later. bart has reported no other issues since then. ( marty ) the loud sound of airplanes may soon be a thing of the past for residents near s-f-o new technology is being tested right now... that could all but silence the commercial aircrafts kron 4's haaziq madyun has the story. nats/haaziqwhat's that sound overhead?sotthat is the sound of another airplane flying over this foster city neighborhood heading to sfo. that noise is part of the foster city lifestyle that may soon be coming to an end thanks to a ground based augmentation system or gbas being tested at sfo. sfo spokesperson doug yakel explains how it workssotand he says there are a couple of real benefits for the airport and those who
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live along the arrival flight pathsot sotfoster city residents paige mcdonald and ric turek describe what is has been like living in the path of sfo's runway for the past 12-yearssotsotwhat will life be like without that sound?sot officials at sfo say there are
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still a few hurdles like getting the faa on board. if all goes well gbas could be up and and running in 2020...at sfo haaziq madyun kron4news ( marty ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...we'll take you to the memorial service honoring three women who were shot and killed at a california veteran's home in yountville. ( marty ) and a week of protests ends with a vigil and prayer rally honoring stephon clark in sacramento. ( marty ) and a california fire department is under fire after firefighters broke a car window in order to get to a fire hydrant.
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at midas, with every oil change you get a free tire rotation. makes you feel like a king! king for a day! well, maybe not the whole day. our 19.99 or 49.99 oil change includes a tire rotation. a viral photo of a car's
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windows broken out after the driver parked in front of a fire hydrant has received some unexpected criticism. stacey butler has the story.
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the hose under or over the car, we wanted to demonstrate to people that it isn't feasible to do that., bc of the flow of the water and the kink of the hose and it's just not possible.in a video just released by the anaheim fire department...firefighters demonstrated slowing the flow of water by going around the car could have had disastrous effects.most people think...nothin gonna happen...trapped inside.eight people got out safe.jose lopez/anaheim: as the owner of the car, i would have been mad but if that's the only way to do it, then i guess.leticia serrano/anaheim: they had to do to get the fire out.> ( marty ) that was ( marty ) ( marty ) that was stacey
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butler reporting. meanwhile... a jaguar attacked a woman trying to take selfie at a zoo in arizona. witnesses at the zoo say the woman crossed over a barrier to take a picture. that's when the animal reached out and attacked her arm. the jaguar let go after a witness distracted it with a bottle. the woman needed medical attention but is expected to be okay. this is not the first time the female jaguar has hurt a park visitor. the zoo director says a year ago it scratched another person who crossed the barrier. ( dave )
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here's a live look at kirkwood this morning... ( marty ) ( marty ) here's a live look at the
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embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)upper level low will continue to move south along the coast today bringing scattered to numerous showers to the region as well as a slight chance of thunderstorms . although dry conditions will prevail on monday, another weak system will move through the region on tuesday. high pressure will finally build back over the west coast for second part of
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( marty ) as we celebrate women's history month... we recognize a woman who helped break barriers in journalism. dorothy gilliam was the first african american female reporter at the washington post. her stories helped give a voice to communities that were often overlooked. brie jackson has the story. she's a journalism pioneer.... "as a first i had to open the doors for some others who would be following."in 1961 dorothy butler gilliam became the first black female reporter for the washington post. at the time the paper was male dominated and-- like the nation as a whole--mostly segregated.gilliam recalled facing unexpected challenges while trying to do her job." because of these outside factors that i had no control over such as the fact that these white cab drivers
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wouldn't pick up a black woman" despite obstacles, gilliam was driven to succeed.she relied on her skills.. such as short- hand.. to finish assignments on-time.she believed missing deadline would only make it harder for any women or minorities who followed. "it would be very easy for editors who didn't want to have diversity to say "we tried but they couldn't even get cabs". as the 1960's civil rights movement and women's movement made headlines, gilliam's articles were required reading.... she covered historic events including the integration of central high school in little rock arkansas and the university of mississippi."few white reporters at that time were going into the black community to say what do you all think what are your opinions of whats happening at ole miss"in her memoir called " trailblazer", gilliam wrote of her experiences including her efforts to promote diversity in the newsroom." the way
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journalism works. its important that we have all people represented around the table"in addition to her work in journalism, gilliam also co- founded the maynard institute in washington d.c.the organization works to improve media coverage by making sure newsrooms reflect the communities they serve . dorothy gilliam is a legend in the industry.cathy trost is the executive director of the newseum's freedom forum institute.she says while gilliam and other women broke barriers decades ago, there's still room for progress.its been clear that we need more women and diversity in leadership. because tone gets set at the top and decisions get made at the top about the expectations you are communicating about your values in the newsroom. trost says the newseum programs and exhibits highlight the rise of female journalists and their vital role in the media.she's hopes increasing awareness of the history, the struggles and the accomplishments will lead to more positive changes. we've been hearing that message for 30, 40 years even before dorothy gilliam and it's time now to standup and make a changegilliam says being the first wasn't easy. but after nearly 60 years in the news business, she says she is proud to see more females and journalists of color taking on tough assignments...from the city hall....to the white house press room.... "reporters who are being singled out and
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denigrated. i want to let them know their effort is appreciated" in washington, brie jackson. ( marty ) still ahead on the kron 4 morning news...a look back at the life and legacy of former 49ers and raiders defensive end... cedrick hardman.. cedrick hardman.. with expedia, i saved when i added a hotel to our flight. so even when she grows up, she'll never outgrow the memory of our adventure. unlock savings when you add select hotels to your existing trip. only with expedia.
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select hotels to your existing trip. so let's promote our spring ftravel deals, on choicehotels.com like this: (sneezes) earn one free night when you stay just twice this spring. allergies. or.. badda book. badda boom. book now at choicehotels.com. some breaking news tonight in the sports world....it's official! ---steelers wide receiver antonio brown is heading to the oakland raiders.... ---brown' will receive $30 million over the next three years with the raiders...guara nteed....making him the highest paid wide receiver in the nfl.... ---through 2021...he was expected to make about 39-million. but his new deal increases it to just over $50- million.... ---in return....the steelers will get oakland's 3rd and 5th 2019 draft picks.... ---and now some unforunate news...former 49ers and
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raiders defensive end, cedrick hardman, passed away today. ---hardman was drafted by the san francisco 49ers in the first round in 1970, and he ended his nfl career with the oakland raiders in 1981... ---he is the current all- time leader in sacks for the 49ers franchise...with 107 sacks between 1970-1979.... ---hardman is also a super bowl champion, winning super bowl 15 with the raiders.... ---hardman was 70 years old.... no cause of death has been officially released. moving on to the nba....it was a spectacular night in oracle....as the warriors rebounded from their disappointing loss against the celtics.... ---hosting the denver nuggets... ---the warriors got off to a strong start....leaping to a 15-point run to cap off the first quarter... ---but their hot streak was stalled
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in the second....as denver retaliated..... ---but the dubs fought back....aided by a returning klay thompson.... ---warriors would defeat the nuggets....122-105... ---steve kerr and klay thompson reflect on thompson's 39-point performance..."uh, just play with energy. those two games felt like an eternity, and you miss it when you're teammates and friends are out there competing without you. so, for me, it was just about playing with energy and passion, and when i do that and i'm focused, other parts of my game will open up." "he impacted the game in so many ways. i mean, he, obviously, had 39 points, but it's his defense, too. you know, chasing ball handlers over those high screens, being physical, using his length and intelligence to make guys uncomfortable. so, it was huge just having klay back. he was amazing. he was awesome." ----some exciting news for the bay area...as the oakland tech bulldogs defeat the northview vikings...to become the c.i.f. division 4 state champions.... ---the bulldogs limited
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northview's offense to just 22 percent shooting ---stephanie okowi had 16 points, 24 rebounds, and blocked seven shots for the bulldogs... ---a big congratulations to the oakland tech bulldogs on their historic win!! ---heading over to the shark tank...san jose sharks have won their last three games....and look to continue their hot streak against the st. louis blues... ---to end the first....timo meier shoots in his second goal of the game....that puts the sharkies ahead 2-1... ---seconds left in the 2nd...brayden shenn ties it up for the blues....2 all....game would ultimately go into overtime.... ---1:45 left in overtime....logan couture ....labanc rifles it in.... ---sharks win in overtime....3-2....and have now won 4 straight games....next stop....they travel to minnesota to play the wild on monday.... ( marty ) as we head to break,
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my name is jedda and my favorite thing about the grilled chicken club is the multigrain bun. it's toasted and then you get the cheese. so if you but really slowly you can literally taste every level of the sandwich. i don't eat very slowly, but if you do. my name is leslie.
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well i love the grilled chicken club sandwich because the grilled chicken. like, it's actually been on a grill. as soon as you grab it to go take your first bite, it's like just like, "psscheew". insanely good. alright,yeah!excited? waaahoo... well... that was fun, right? it's time to get more. lower fares. better service. sweeter rewards. alaska airlines. ( marty ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has
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your forecast... (dave) upper level low will continue to move south along the coast today bringing scattered to numerous showers to the region as well as a slight chance of thunderstorms. although dry conditions will prevail on monday, another weak system will move through the region on tuesday. high pressure will finally build back over the west coast for second part of the work week and next weekend, with dry and warmer conditions developing. ( marty ) ( marty ) dozens of people
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remembered the lives of three women who were killed a year ago at the veterans home in yountville. kron four's philippe djegal reports the pain from that deadly day has not gone away. kerri dorman/vice mayor- "on march 9, 2018, hope and
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redemption and charity and love did not leave this valley." though the town of yountville is still recovering from the deadly events of march 9th a year ago... rather than dwell on the loss of life... the community honoring the three women who died and their contributions to so many people.kerri dorman/vice mayor- "i'm here because i believe, that the memories we bring, are the seeds and the sprouts, that give us the roots to follow our commitment to the mission, the shared mission of not only those, whose lives were taken, but those who survived." saturday's memorial was held in the town community center. the pathway home at the veteran's home of california in yountville shutdown last summer...larry kamer/pathway home- "it's been a hard year. it's been a year of figuring out the path of the pathway home." returning to the pathway home was too much to bare for employees and former residents there, says spokesperson larry kamer. losing doctor jennifer
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gonzales shushereba... doctor jennifer golick... and, executive director chrstine loeber (chris-teen low-burr) -- closed a chapter at that facility that yountville won't soon forget. larry kamer/pathway home- "they had dedicated their lives to helping vets who were dealing with traumatic brain injury, mental health, physical health, ad other issues. you know, we ask a lot of our warriors, and we send them to some very very difficult situations, and we just need to do a better job of getting them out of the military and into society as we do in preparing them to come into the military. and, that's what those three women were dedicated to doing." the gunman killed himself the gunman killed himself after shooting the women. he was a veteran who had recently been treated and released from the home. in yountville, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) cal vet tweeted this statement marking the memorial. it reads-- today marks the one-year anniversary of an unthinkable tragedy that took place at the pathway home, on the grounds of the
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veterans home of california- yountville. we have gone to great lengths to ensure our staff and residents have the ongoing care and support they need. cal vet serves california's veterans and their families. ( marty ) it was a weekend of vigils and memorials in sacramento honoring the life of stephon clark. they come just days after the d-a announced no charges will be filed against the officers who fatally shot the unarmed man. bridgette bjorlo has the story.
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she will not be charging the police officers who killed stephon clark.the d-a's office and the state's attorney general - xavier becerra - both determined there was a lack of evidence to file criminal charges... both laying out their cases that the officers believed clark was armed - and that they feared for their lives when they shot the 22 year old. carmen losenicky/ choir director:"we definitely pray for the clark family and pray they'll be healed and whole. and laws can be passed so that moving forward these types of situations don't have to happen ever again."natsthe prayer rally follows a tense week of protests with demonstrators making their voices heard and demanding justice for stephon clark. darien slushes/ demonstrator: "as a young person myself, i understand the frustration and the confusion, but we want to make a difference in a peaceful and loving way."nats but the message today is love and unity.for the community to stand strong together during a time of uncertainty and unrest darien slushes/ demonstrator: "the general purpose of this is to just show the unity in
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sacramento, of the leaders and the people, to show that we can all come together to bring peace and pray for our city to unite."people in this crowd say if the community rallies together, positive change can be had...christopher ash/ demonstrator:"we need people to come together and say things are wrong and need to be changed, and we need people to come together and uphold what is right."...and through peace and support for one another.. a divided city can become one.carmen losenicky / choir director:"we're here for one another. we love each other and so we're standing here just to heal this community."> ( marty ) community."> ( marty ) that was bridgette bjorlo reporting. friday, a crowd of more than 100 people marched through the neighborhood where stephon clark was shot by police. the demonstrators stopped outside his grandmother's house before walking into the backyard where he was killed last year. coming up on the kron 4 morning news....shocking video of a teacher berating a student with insults. so
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far, the only person who has been punished in the incident is the boy who took that video. (ácommercialá) a video shot by a student
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in a milwaukee classroom shows a teacher berating another student with insults and foul language. derica williams reports the only person who has been punished in the incident is the boy who took the video. natsot"excuse me ?!"kindness to cursing in a matter of seconds.natsot"your dirty (bleep) needs to learn how to
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take a bath. shut up. get out of my classroom. i know you ain't talking with your (bleep)."shalonda ezell says her son watched his classmate get berated and belittled by his teacher.shalonda ezell/mother"i just feel like she bullied him. she could have been more professional." she says her son recorded the incident involving a child in his class with special needs. shalonda ezell/mother"for an adult to say that to a child is traumatic. you don't do that"ezell shared the video with a friend who posted the incident on social media. shalonda ezell/mother"i think it's a sad situation, i think it needs to be brought to light."she says her son took the video to expose the treatment.shalonda ezell/mother "it's a good thing that he did it. how would we know what wa going on inside these special ed classes?"but ezell says her son is the one who was penalized and suspended for three days for inappropriate use of electronic communication.shalonda ezell/mother"you cant fault the child, because he's trying to help. he seen that student was in need and he did what was best."what she believes is best is for teachers to keep their composureshalonda ezell/mother"evaluate the situation before they explode and i think people who deal with children with special need to be trained thoroughly."
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morning... ( marty ) live look outside...sutro tower. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave) upper level low will continue to move south along the coast today bringing scattered to numerous showers to the region as well as a slight chance of thunderstorms.
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although dry conditions will prevail on monday, another weak system will move through the region on tuesday. high pressure will finally build back over the west coast for second part of the work week and next weekend, with dry and warmer conditions developing.
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( marty ) in national news-- there's a crowded field of candidates for the democratic presidential nomination. jeff zeleny takes a look at the young contenders for the white house. mayor pete buttigieg/-d- presidential candidate: "people are a little too polite to ask the question of why a 37-year-old mayor thinks he has any business being in a
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discussion about the highest office in the land?" that's precisely the question facing pete buttigieg - the youngest candidate in the presidential race.he's the mayor of south bend, indiana now turning heads as he audaciously eyes the white house.-nats reporter question-mayor pete buttigieg/-d- presidential candidate: "i know you don't expect to hear this from the youngest person in the conversation, but my simplest answer is experience // i know there's a more conventional path that involves marinating in washington for 10 or 20 or 40 years, but i actually think we want washington to begin looking more like our best run cities and towns, not the other way around."he's touting his youth as a virtue ... and his biography filled with a list of firsts.mayor pete buttigieg/-d- presidential candidate: "the fact that i'm a veteran, that i'm young, that i'm in a same sex marria, those are important parts of who i am. but that profile just gets you a look. the real question is once people take that look, what do they see? and what do they hear?"democrats are giving him a look ... but his challenge is to be seen as a serious candidate on a crowded stage. he's at the forefront of a new generation of leaders ... who have little appetite to wait their turn.even democrats not
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constitutionally old enough to seek the presidency, like congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez, 29, also influencing the party.on the campaign trail, buttigieg is not the only millennial in the race.rep. tulsi gabbard/-d- presidential candidate: "when someone tells me to shut up, i speak up louder."hawaii congresswoman tulsi gabbard is also 37 and an iraq veteran who is building her candidacy around foreign policy.rep. tulsi gabbard/-d- presidential candidate/wowt:"that is the change that i seek to bring to this country of bringing these uniquely american ideals of service before self. that come from my heart as a soldier." she's still explaining a 2017 meeting with syria's president, bashar al-assad and has apologized for what she now calls "wrong" and "hurtful" statements when she worked for an anti-gay group. two young congressmen also exploring a white house bid: 38-year-old eric swalwell of california and 40-year-old seth moulton of massachusetts ... highlighting a divide, with joe biden and bernie sanders nearly four decades older.it's become a ready-made punchline -- at least for the younger candidates.mayor pete
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buttigieg/-d- presidential candidate: "i understand the audacity of running for president at my age (laughter) especially because sometimes downstairs i'll still get carded when i order a beer." jeff zeleny reporting reportingjeff zeleny order a beer." get carded when i downstairs i'll still get carded when i order a beer." jeff zeleny reporting here's a live look outside... richmond bridge
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my name is jedda and my favorite thing about the grilled chicken club is the multigrain bun. it's toasted and then you get the cheese. so if you but really slowly you can literally taste every level of the sandwich. i don't eat very slowly, but if you do. my name is leslie. well i love the grilled chicken club sandwich because the grilled chicken. like, it's actually been on a grill. as soon as you grab it to go take your first bite, it's like just like, "psscheew". insanely good. more people are flocking
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to southeast l-a to check out the gorgeous poppies. nicole comstock takes a look at the superbloom.
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its so pretty, but i never come up here.marianne dilworth, encinitas resident "this is so...breathtaking. there's the word."nicole standup "all the rain we've received this winter made for one spectacular super bloom of poppies in lake elsinore.it's drawing a lot of visitors and creating a lot of traffic." especially on the weekends, when upwards of 1,000 people per day stop to see the super- bloomtraffic on the 15 freeway can back up for ten to twenty miles.paul brion"kinda like disneyland out here. haha." except mother nature doesn't charge admission to stop and snap a pictureof your family your significant otheror your dog.brion "he would love to just run wild."although you can see the wildflowers from the freeway,chp warns drivers it's illegal to pull over on the shoulder and get out to take pictures.its something they saw with the last super bloom in 2017.this time around they have officers on site so they're encouraging visitors to take the lake street exit and wait their turnisaac sierra, corona resident"during the day, probably early morning, it's gonna be busy." "its pretty cool like i didnt realize how many poppies are
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actually over here."> ( marty ) that was nicole comstock reporting. the antelope valley poppy reserve says their bloom will likely peak later this month or at the beginning of april. ( marty ) check this out... captain america has a big fan in congress. texas republican dan crenshaw --- who lost an eye during combat service in afghanistan --- revealed his glass eye painted with the comic book character's famous shield to actor chris evans this weekend. evans plays captain america in the marvel movies. evans was on capitol hill to meet with lawmakers about several topics --- including criminal justice reform. ( dave )
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here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)upper level low will continue to move south along the coast today bringing scattered to numerous showers
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to the region as well as a slight chance of thunderstorms . although dry conditions will prevail on monday, another weak system will move through the region on tuesday. high pressure will finally build back over the west coast for second part of the work week and next weekend, with dry and warmer conditions developing.
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( marty ) breaking overnight...a man is dead following a shooting in antioch. it happened last night just after 9 at near the intersection of west 19th and d streets.thats where police say they found two men with gunshot wounds in the middle of the street. a 20-year- old man died at the hospital..while a 25-year-old man, suffered non-life threatening injuries. police have not arrested a suspect. ( marty ) there are no survivors in an ethiopian airlines flight that crashed early this morning. the
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airline says 157 passengers --- including 8 americans --- and eight crew members were on board the plane when it went down. search and rescue operations are underway this morning. this is the second new boeing 7-37 that has gone down in the last 6 months. but there is no word on a cause for the crash at this point. ( marty ) there's concern in half moon bay after a chunk of conrete broke away from the bluff at the pedestrian bridge. you may remember that a big section of the bluff gave way back in 20-16. since then the city has been keeping an eye on it, kron 4's gayle ong reports that some fear the recent storms could cause further erosion. metal barricades and sandbags are still set up to protect mirada road,from exposure to high tides and storm events.. the bluff at the pedestrian bridge eroded back in 20-16.. long time resident john
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brennan says after recent winter storms,it's been eroding away..san mateo county workers put these boulders on the beach to break the surf..but with the rounds of storms over the years, high energy waves and coastal conditions have caused the boulders to shift..leaving areas along mirada road unprotected..carol is also seeing eroding issues on moss beach..near the fitzgerald marine reserve she's hoping she could install a seawall in her backward where the damage is,but the process is not simple.half moon bay is considered an "erosion hot spot"city and county planners are aware and still evaluating long term solutions to
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stabilize and protect the coast.. ( marty ) new this morning.....poli ce in oakland say a security guard was shot 10 times last night. it happened inside a pot cultivating house on the 12-hundred block of 23rd avenue. the shooting happened around 9. the guard was taken to a hospital with major injuries. no word on his condition this morning. police have not arrested any suspects. ( marty ) bart service is back to normal this morning following a big problem yesterday. the system was completely shutdown for around three hours yesterday morning because of a computer glitch. service was partially restored around 9... and full service was up and running an hour later. bart has reported no other issues since then. happening today...the kick off of the sunday streets season in san francisco. the event transforms streets to car-free spaces for kids.
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kron 4's sara stinson is joining us now live from the mission with more on the event...including some road closures.. thanks sara. thanks thanks thanks sara.
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( marty ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...we'll take you to the memorial service honoring three women who were shot and killed at a california veteran's home in yountville. ( marty ) and a week of protests ends with a vigil and prayer rally honoring stephon clark in sacramento. (ácommercialá)
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( marty ) a viral car's windows broken out driver parked in front of a fire hydrant has received some unexpected criticism. stacey butler has the story.
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toss to weather. (dave)upper level low will continue to move south along the coast today bringing scattered to numerous showers to the region as well as a slight chance of thunderstorms . although dry conditions will prevail on monday, another weak system will move through the region on tuesday. high pressure will finally build back over the west coast for second part of the work week and next weekend, with dry and warmer conditions developing.
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( marty ) ( marty )( marty ) as we celebrate women's history month... we recognize a woman who helped break barriers in journalism. dorothy gilliam was the first african american female reporter at the washington post. her
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stories helped give a voice to communities that were often overlooked. brie jackson has the story. she's a journalism pioneer.... "as a first i had to open the doors for some others who would be following."in 1961 dorothy butler gilliam became the first black female reporter for the washington post. at the time the paper was male dominated and-- like the nation as a whole--mostly segregated.gilliam recalled facing unexpected challenges while trying to do her job." because of these outside factors that i had no control over such as the fact that these white cab drivers wouldn't pick up a black woman" despite obstacles, gilliam was driven to succeed.she relied on her skills.. such as short- hand.. to finish assignments on-time.she believed on-time. she believed on-time.she believed missing she believed missing deadline would only make it harder for any women or minorities who followed. "it would be very easy for editors who didn't want to have diversity to say
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"we tried but they couldn't even get cabs". as the 1960's civil rights movement and women's movement made headlines, gilliam's articles were required reading.... she covered historic events including the integration of central high school in little rock arkansas and the university of mississippi."few white reporters at that time were going into the black community to say what do you all think what are your opinions of whats happening at ole miss"in her memoir called " trailblazer", gilliam wrote of her experiences including her efforts to promote diversity in the newsroom." the way journalism works. its important that we have all people represented around the table"in addition to her work in journalism, gilliam also co- founded the maynard institute in washington d.c.the works to
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improve media coverage by making sure newsrooms reflect the communities they serve . dorothy gilliam is a legend in the industry.cathy trost is the executive director of the newseum's freedom forum institute.she says while gilliam and other women broke barriers decades ago, there's still room for progress.its been clear that we need more women and diversity in leadership. because tone gets set at the top and decisions get made at the top about the expectations you are communicating about your values in the newsroom. trost says the newseum programs and exhibits highlight the rise of female journalists and their vital role in the media.she's hopes increasing awareness of the history, the struggles and the accomplishments will lead to more positive changes. we've been hearing that message for 30, 40 years even before dorothy gilliam and it's time now to standup and make a changegilliam says being the first wasn't easy. but after nearly 60 years in the news business, she says she is proud to see more females and journalists of color taking on tough assignments...from the city hall....to the white house press room.... "reporters who are being singled out and denigrated. i want to let them know their effort is appreciated" in washington, brie jackson. ( marty ) still ahead ( marty ) still ahead on the kron
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4 morning news...a look back at the life and legacy of former 49ers and raiders defensive end... cedrick hardman.. fact is, every insurance company hopes you drive safely.
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brie jackson. in washington, is appreciated"know their effort want to let them denigrated. i out and are being singled "reporters who press room.... white house hall....to the rom the city assignments...fon tough color taking journalists of and more females and journalists of color taking ( marty ) still ahead (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) some breaking news tonight in the sports world....it's official! ---steelers antonio brown is heading to the oakland raiders.... ---brown' will receive $30 million over the next three years with the raiders...guaranteed....making him the highest paid wide receiver in the nfl.... ---through 2021...he was expected to make about 39- million. but his new deal increases it to just over $50- million.... ---in steelers will get oakland's 3rd and 5th 2019 draft picks.... ---and now some unforunate news...former 49ers and raiders defensive end, cedrick hardman, passed away today.
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---hardman was drafted by the san francisco 49ers in the first round in 1970, and he ended his nfl career with the oakland raiders in 1981... ---he is the current all- time leader in sacks for the 49ers franchise...with 107 sacks between 1970-1979....is also a super bowl champion, winning super bowl 15 with the raiders.... ---hardman was 70 years old.... no cause of death has been officially released. moving on to the nba....it was a spectacular night in oracle....as the warriors rebounded from their disappointing loss against the celtics.... ---hosting the denver nuggets... ---the warriors got off to a strong start....leaping to a 15-point run to cap off the first quarter... ---but their hot streak was stalled in the second....as denver retaliated..... ---but the dubs fought back....aided by a returning klay thompson.... ---warriors would defeat the nuggets....122-105... ---steve kerr and klay thompson reflect on thompson's 39-point performance..."uh, just play with energy. those two games felt like an eternity, and you miss it when you're teammates and friends are out there competing without you. so, for me, it was just about playing with energy and passion, and when i do that and i'm focused, other parts of my game will open up." "he impacted the game in so many ways. i mean, he, obviously, had 39 points, but it's his defense, too. you know, chasing ball handlers over those high screens, being physical, using his length and intelligence to make guys uncomfortable. so, it was huge
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just having klay back. he was amazing. he was awesome." ----some exciting news for the bay area...as the oakland tech bulldogs defeat the northview vikings...to become the c.i.f. division 4 state champions.... ---the bulldogs limited northview's offense to just 22 percent shooting ---stephanie okowi had 16 points, 24 rebounds, and blocked seven shots for the bulldogs... ---a big congratulations to the oakland tech bulldogs on their historic win!! ---heading over to the shark tank...san jose sharks have won their last three games....and look to continue their hot streak against the st. louis blues... ---to end the first....timo meier shoots in his second goal of the game....that puts the sharkies ahead 2-1... ---seconds left in the 2nd...brayden shenn ties it up for the blues....2 all....game would ultimately go into overtime.... ---1:45 left in overtime....logan couture
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....labanc rifles it in.... ---sharks win in overtime....3-2....and have now won 4 straight games....next stop....they travel to minnesota to play the wild on monday.... ( marty ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge.. the ross spring dress event is here-finally!
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at these prices, oh, yeah. or find a look that's, like... wow ...at a price that's, like... whoa. that's yes for less. seriously, 20 to 60 percent off department store prices! more new dresses means more reasons to say yes. at the ross spring dress event. on now! yes for less. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) ( marty ) here's a live look at the embarcadero camera. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)upper level low will continue to move south along the coast today bringing
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scattered to numerous showers to the region as well as a slight chance of thunderstorms . although dry conditions will prevail on monday, another weak system will move through the region on tuesday. high pressure will finally build back over the west coast for second part of the work week and next weekend, with dry and warmer conditions developing.
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developing.conditions warmer conditions developing. developing.conditions developing. happening today...the kick off of the sunday streets season in san francisco. the event transforms streets to car-free spaces for everyone. kron 4's sara stinson is joining us now live from the mission with more on the event...including some road closures.. thanks sara. thanks sara.
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( marty ) dozens of people remembered the lives of three women who were killed a year ago at the veterans home in yountville. kron four's philippe djegal reports the pain from that deadly day has not gone away. kerri dorman/vice mayor- "on march 9, 2018, hope and redemption and charity and love did not leave this valley." though the town
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of yountville is still recovering from the deadly events of march 9th a year ago... rather than dwell on the loss of life... the community honoring the three women who died and their contributions to so many people.kerri dorman/vice mayor- "i'm here because i believe, that the memories we bring, are the seeds and the sprouts, that give us the roots to follow our commitment to the mission, the shared mission of not only those, whose lives were taken, but those who survived." saturday's memorial was held in the town community center. the pathway home at the veteran's home of california in yountville shutdown last summer...larry kamer/pathway home- "it's been a hard year. it's been a year of figuring out the path of the pathway home." returning to the pathway home was too much to bare for employees and former residents there, says spokesperson larry kamer.
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losing doctor jennifer gonzales shushereba... doctor jennifer golick... and, executive director chrstine loeber (chris-teen low-burr) -- closed a chapter at that facility that yountville won't soon forget. larry kamer/pathway home- "they had dedicated their lives to helping vets who were dealing with traumatic brain injury, mental health, physical health, ad other issues. you know, we ask a lot of our warriors, and we send them to some very very difficult situations, and we just need to do a better job of getting them out of the military and into society as we do in preparing them to come into the military. and, that's what those three women were dedicated to doing." the gunman killed himself after shooting the women. he was a veteran who had recently been treated and released from the home. in yountville, philippe djegal, kron four news. ( marty ) cal vet tweeted this statement marking the memorial. it reads-- today marks the one-year anniversary of an unthinkable tragedy that took place at the pathway home, on the grounds of the veterans home of california- yountville. we have gone to
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great lengths to ensure our staff and residents have the ongoing care and support they need. cal vet serves california's veterans and their families. ( marty ) it was a weekend of vigils and memorials in sacramento honoring the life of stephon clark. they come just days after the d-a announced no charges will be filed against the officers who fatally shot the unarmed man. bridgette bjorlo has the story.
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demonstrators making their voices heard and demanding justice for stephon clark. darien slushes/ demonstrator: "as a young person myself, i understand the frustration and the confusion, but we want to make a difference in a peaceful and loving way."nats but the message today is love and unity.for the community to stand strong together during a time of uncertainty and unrest darien slushes/ demonstrator: "the general purpose of this is to just show the unity in sacramento, of the leaders and the people, to show that we can all come together to bring peace and pray for our city to unite."people in this crowd say if the community rallies together, positive change can be had...christopher ash/ demonstrator:"we need people to come together and say things are wrong and need to be changed, and we need people to come together and uphold what is right."...and through peace and support for one another.. a divided city can become one.carmen losenicky / choir director:"we're here for one another. we love each other and so we're standing here just to heal this community.">
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( marty ) that was bridgette bjorlo reporting. friday, a crowd of more than 100 people marched through the neighborhood where stephon clark was shot by police. the demonstrators stopped outside his grandmother's house before walking into the backyard where he was killed last that was derica williams reporting.derica williams that was that was derica williams reporting. as we head to break, here's a live look outside... san francisco
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>> dr. stanley: remember this: cannot change the laws of god. when he has visited you in some form of adversity and he brings you through that, that's like he has increased the strength of the foundation of your life and
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your faith in him. [music] (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá)
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( marty ) the comedy steve is running at the new convervatory theatre center in san francisco. clove galilee joins me now to talk about the show.
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1. clove-daniel- the play is about relationships and what happens after "happily ever after"2. what attracts you most to your roles and the play?3. steve is a comedy, but 3. steve is a serious moments4. the play runs for a month- how do you
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keep your performance you keep your month- how do runs for a 4. the play momentsserious moments4. the play runs for a month- how do you keep your month- how do
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you keep your performance fresh?5. steve runs fresh?5. steve runs now through march 31st. at the
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new conservatory theatre center in san francisco. clove-daniel thanks for joining me. the show goes until the its playing conservatory in san francisco. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) lowe's knows you're the type who does it right.
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has been making folks feel right at home, with meals like homestyle country fried steak, grandma's sampler, and our signature chicken n' dumplins. so, come on home to what you love. come on home to cracker barrel. flocking more people are flocking to southeast l-a to check out the gorgeous poppies. nicole comstock takes a look at the superbloom.
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come up here.marianne dilworth, encinitas resident "this is so...breathtaking. there's the word."nicole standup "all the rain we've received this winter made for one spectacular super bloom of poppies in lake elsinore.it's drawing a lot of visitors and creating a lot of traffic." especially on the weekends, when upwards of 1,000 people per day stop to see the super- bloomtraffic on the 15 freeway can back up for ten to twenty miles.paul brion"kinda like disneyland out here. haha." except mother nature doesn't charge admission to stop and snap a pictureof your family your significant otheror your dog.brion "he would love to just run wild."although you can see the wildflowers from the freeway,chp warns drivers it's illegal to pull over on the shoulder and get out to take pictures.its something they saw with the last super bloom in 2017.this time around they have officers on site so they're encouraging visitors to take the lake street exit and wait their turnisaac sierra, corona resident"during the day, probably early morning, it's gonna be busy." "its pretty cool like i didnt realize how many poppies are actually over here."> ( marty ) that was nicole comstock
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reporting. the antelope valley poppy reserve says their bloom will likely peak later this month or at the beginning of april. ( marty ) check this out... captain america has a big fan in congress. texas republican dan crenshaw --- who lost an eye during combat service in afghanistan --- revealed his glass eye painted with the comic book character's famous shield to actor chris evans this weekend. evans plays captain america in the marvel movies. evans was on capitol hill to meet with lawmakers about several topics --- including criminal justice reform. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 news weekend
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