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portion of our area through late evening. dry conditions will return by monday, but slight rain chances return on tuesday as a weak cold front moves through the area. most locations will see little to no precipitation as the system passes on tuesday. high pressure will build over the west coast for the remainder of the week and into next weekend, resulting in a warming and drying trend. no major hot spots. bay bridge
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wb 80 is less then 30 min from the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 min from the toll to 101. ( james ) the loud sound of airplanes may soon be a thing of the past for residents near s-f-o. new technology is
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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 live along the pathsot
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francisco bay, keeping them further away from communities"> 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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of west 19th and d streets.thats where liwounds 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. ( james ) the oakland unified school district is planning layoffs in the wake of the contract agreement with oakland teachers. the board voted monday to cut 22 million dollars from the budget to fulfill the new contract agreement with teachers. the district is planning to lay off more than 100 employees --- but the exact number has not yet been released. school officials must provide notice this month to the employees being laid off. they will take effect at the end of this school year in june. ( james ) local high school and middle school students from oakland, san francisco, and marin county are planning to walk out of school friday morning to demand urgent action on climate change. they plan to rally at 10:00 a-m in front of u.s. representative nancy pelosi's office in downtown
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san francisco. from there they will march past the office of u.s. senator dianne feinstein. the students are calling on both feinstein and pelosi to back the green new deal, as introduced by u.s. representative alexandria ocasio cortez. you may remember last month -- a group of youth activists recently demanded feinstein's support of the green new deal and were initially rejected in an interaction at her san francisco office that went viral. the students are also planning to rally at union square, where speakers will talk about the urgent need for the green new deal. hundreds of similar strikes by youth are planned in an estimated 75 countries. ( james ) dozens of people gathered at the state capitol for a prayer rally honoring stephon clark. the sacramento district attorney's office and the state's attorney general - - both determined there was a lack of evidence to file criminal charges against the officers who fatally shot the 22-year- old man last year. their reports found that the officers believed clark was armed - and they feared for their lives when they shot him
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in his grandmother's backyards phone and not a weapon. the prayer rally follows a tense week of protests with demonstrators making their voices heard and demanding justice for clark. ( james ) since the d-a and attorney general have both decided not to file criminal charges... many are now calling on the sacramento police department to dismiss the two officers who fatally shot stephon clark. ( james ) a memorial service was held saturday to remember the lives of the women who were killed a year ago at the veterans home in yountville. kron-4's phillipe djegal has the story. 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
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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 gonzales shushereba... doctor jennifer golick... and, executive director chrstine that yountville won't soon forget. larry kamer/pathway home- "they had dedicated their
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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. ( james ) coming up on the kron four morning news... a sunday event kicked off anothe. ( james ) and here's a live look outside... at the < ella: i'm ella sogomonian -
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(áábreakáá) (dave)an upper level low moving south offshore will continue to produce scattered showers across the southern portion of our area through late evening. dry conditions will return by monday, but tuesday as a weak cold front moves through the area. most locations will see little to
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no precipitation as the system passes on tuesday. high pressure will build over the west coast for the remainder of the week and into next weekend, resulting in a warming and drying trend.
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no major hot spots. bay bridge wb 80 is less then 30 min from
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the maze to sf. san mateo bridge less then 30 min from 880 to 101. richmond bridge drive less than 20 the toll to . ( james ) ( james ) curbside clean
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up starts this week for russian river flood victims. the drop center closed....and now the waste will be collected on the curb starting today until friday....and next week as well. sonoma county employees ask that you separate debris into three categories. appliances with metals. then
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household hazardous waste. and other debris. also remember to remove refrigerator doors so animals do not get trapped inside, put a tarp over the piles and drive slowly around workers. ( james ) all of the recent rain has helped produce some gorgeous poppies in southern california. nicole comstock takes a look at the superbloom.
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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 on 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." realize how many poppies are ac> ( james ) 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.
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( james ) the 11th annual sunday streets in san francisco kicked off in the mission district over the weekend. yesterday, the open street event shut down valencia street to all cars and allowed people to get outdoors and experience the neighborhood. kron-4's sara stinson has the story. (on cam) the 11th annual sunday streets event kicked off in the mission district. they comple valencia street from duboce avenue to 26th street. i brought my skateboard so we can go check it out. (nat)the 11th season of sundays streets didn't disappoint as people of all ages were able to dabble with music, street art, leggos, hulla hoops - you name it.the whole point of the event is to transform an area into a car- free community space for everyone to enjoy. sunday streets started as a mayorial initiative by our current governor gavin newsom back in 2008. the event coordinator ysunty and non-profit liveable city.
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creates a sense of a mission an get to see eachother for the first time in a while you know."> i skated - others walked, rode bikes and scooters and some even brought out their dogs too to check out the different booths, vendors and activities.(on cam) new this morning... harley-davidson is trying to attract a new generation of riders with these e-bikes for kids. the company saying its meant for kids between the ages of 3 and 7. the bikes have a top speed of about 10
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miles per hour and sell for a range of $649 to $699. it is also developing other electric bikes that it plans to start selling in 2021. ( james ) coming up next on the kron 4 morning news... caught on camera... a man arrested for pulling a knife out at the oakland airport. find out who sherrifs say he was planning to hurt with the weapon. ( james ) live look outside... at the san francisco international airport.
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(dave)an upper level low moving south offshore will continue to produce scattered showers across the southern portion of our area through late evening. dry conditions will return by monday, but slight rain chances return on tuesday as a weak cold front moves through the area. most locations will see little to no precipitation as the system passes on tuesday. high pressure will build over the west coast for the remainder of the week and into next weekend, resulting in a warming and drying trend. drying trend.warming and resulting in a weekend, resulting in a warming and drying trend.
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( james ) coming up on the kron-4 morning news... the son of an oakland city councilwoman is killed in an act of violence... what lynette gibson-mcelhaney has to say about her son's death. ( james ) plus... president trump is looking to get more funding for a border wall... and he's asking for billions to get it constructing. ( james ) and... hail hits the south bay over the weekend... we have a look at what residents saw across san jose. what does help for heart failure look like?
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frontline plus. the number 1 name in flea and tick protection. ( darya ) good morning i'm darya folsom..( james ) and i'm james fletcher. lets start the morning with a check of weather and traffic... (dave)an upper level low movingoffshore will continue to produce scattered showers across the southern portion of our area through
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late evening. dry conditions will return by monday, but slight rain chances return on tuesday as a weak cold front moves through the area. most locations will see little to no precipitation as the system passes on tuesday. high pressure will build over the west coast for the remainder of the week and into next weekenin a warming an.

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