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(pam) california's big city mayors met with the governor today ... to talk about tackling the state's homelessness problem. (ken) capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains what the mayor's are hoping for when the state budget is finalized in may. "the budget just changed." governor gavin newsom's conclusion after meeting with the state's big city mayors on california's homelessness issue. "it's not just about more money, it's about reprioritizing some of those investments." the governor didn't give specifics wednesday but he had originally budgeted $500 million dollars for homeless emergency shelters, navigation centers and supportive housing state-wide. the big city mayors are hoping for more... ((darrell steinberg - sacramento mayor)) "the emphasis this year is going to be to focus as much attention
on prevention and early intervention." mayors from the bay area to the border praised the state's homeless emergency aid program, which gives cities flexible funding for the problem..((libby schaaf - oakland mayor)) "we've seen when given the opportunity, mayors move fast and we are innovative, for example in oakland, we have used our heap dollars to resolving encampments in a dignified and effective way, our cabin communities program has expanded our ability to serve more than 600 unsheltered residents a year." ((lee brand- fresno mayor)) "like so many here, part of it is going to navigation centers, shelters, rapid rehousing, permanent housing."although mayors are in agreement about the benefits of the program... not all agree with the governor's proposal to pull gas tax funds from cities that don't meet housing production goals... mayors in support of the measure were asked to raise their hands.. ((steinberg)) "members come from different parts of the state with different points of view, and that's great." they say their common agenda is taking care of the homeless (ken) (ken) congressman devin
nunes is suing twitter -- but it has nothing to do with his 395 thousand followers. the california republican is angry about this parody account called "devin nunes' cow" -- which now has more followers than the congressman's account at over 480 thousand. but that number didn't soar until nunes filed a lawsuit tuesday against twitter over posts he calls quote "abusive, hateful, and defamatory". before the filing, the devin nunes' cow account only had about one thousand followers -- in a day it gained hundreds of thousands. twitter hasn't commented on the lawsuit. and for now -- the parody account is still up and tweeting. (pam)let's get a check of the weather around the bay area.... (ken)time now for the 4zone forecast... with chief meteorologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: we started with plenty of clouds and rain
this morning making for a difficult commute. by the afternoon the clouds had parted and the sunshine returned but it was much cooler. highs today were in the 50s and 60s. on the radar you can see more showers and thunderstorms across the state. the rain will decrease overnight but another storm is not far away. tomorrow will be mostly dry with a slight chance of coastal showers. highs will be in the 50s to mid 60s. storm clouds will return on friday with rain and gusty winds. showers will linger into saturday morning. more rain is expected next week. (pam) lots to talk about in the sports world tonight... (ken) kate rooney joins us in the studio. studio. week.expected next rain is expected next week. week.
(pam) lots to talk about in the sports world tonight... (ken) kate rooney joins us in the studio. if the early bird really does catch the worm, then the oakland a's are in luck...not only was their game this morning the earliest opening day in history, but also took place bright and early...2:30 a-m pacific time... that's because the a's are kicking their season off in japan...after two exhibition games they hit the diamond for the real thing in tokyo...at the tokyo dome...taking on the seattle mariners...and it was a slugfest early on...stephen piscotty going yard in the bottom of the first...1- nothing oakland...starting
pitcher mike fiers would give up a grand slam in the third so seattle took the lead...5-2 seattle...khris davis hits a two-run homer...one of the highlights though, a homecoming for ichiro suzuki...an for ichiro suzuki...an incredible career, possibly his last season...gets a standing ovation...and in the end the a's couldn't keep up with the mariners bats...9-7 seattle the final score...game two for you night owls, starts at 2:30 this morning. after a couple early games, march madness is getting going in earnest...and st. mary's is in connecticut for their big dance date with reigning champions and 6-seed villanova...the game tips off at tomorrow at 4:20 pacific. st mary's owns a 2-1 lead in the all-time series, but it's been nearly a decade since these two teams last saw action together, with the gaels beating the wildcats in round two back in 2010...and this year's squad knows tomorrow's matchup will probably look a little bit different.
"it's really cool, there's a lot of hype around it but we just have to make sure we lock in on the task at hand and not focus on all the hype, just go out there and play basketball like we know how to do." "you know, we know that they're defending national champs. but we just got to come out here and play, just play like how we have been lately. i just think our hard work will soon payoff for this moment." the sharks became the third n-h-l team to qualify for the playoffs yesterday...and they didn't even have to be on the ice to do it. san jose clinched a berth due to colorado's win over minnesota, and are officially headed to the stanley cup playoffs for the fourth straight year. the sharks currently sit in second place in the western conference...they're three points behind calgary, which was the first team to clinch a playoff berth this season. the sharkies are back on the ice tomorrow to take on los angeles...where they'll look to snap their three game losing streak. if you want to feed your sports fix... the best place
is the kron on app...that's where you can find bay area sports night every night at 7 p.m... the best in local sports and the biggest national stories...your kron4 sports team joined by a wide range of guests...so make sure you check it out by downloading the kron-on app. (pam) coming up: the risks of hot tea and cancer. details on just how hot... is too hot.
4 your health tonight. a new study has uncovered a correlation between drinking hot tea and cancer. the american cancer society report found... drinking two cups of tea at more than 140- degrees, almost doubles your chance of esophageal cancer. it is thought... the heat may damage the esophagus, causing repeated injuries that lead to cancer, in the same way smoke, alcohol and acid reflux do. an expert at the london school of hygiene and tropical medicine says, consuming anything hot enough to cause esophageal injury.. will likely lead to an increased cancer risk. the bottom line is... you can likely keep drinking your tea, coffee and cocoa without a problem -- just keep the heat down. (ken) still ahead... spring training is all about baseball but there's lots to do outside the stadium. coming up we'll explore the streets of old town scottsdale. if you're watching us on the 'kron on' app - our news
(ken) there is a (ken) there is a rapid push towards gender equality happening right now in the united states. from the last mid-term election, to the me-too movement, women's voices are being heard like never before. (pam) but change does not happen overnight.... and many of the rights women continue to fight
for today ... have been fought over.. for decades. in tonight's celebration of women's history month... reporter carrie lazarus takes us to the birthplace of the women's rights movement. carrie standup: i'm carrie lazarus in seneca falls. it was in this tiny upstate ny town in 1848 that the women's rights movement got its start. today, it's home to the national women's hall of fame. this is the 50th anniversary, of the hall. every other year a new class is inducted, for their enduring contributions to the nation and the world. there are 276 women on these walls. authors, astronauts, actresses, athletes, and of course, the suffragists. many are world famous, some you've never heard of.betty bayer, women's hall of fame board president there are artifacts, the
program from billie jean king's match with bobby riggs. this outfit donated by amelia erharts family. the torch carried from seneca falls to a women's march in texas. it's one of two, the other one is athe smithsonian. many items remain in storage because the hall has outgrown its space. but that's about to change. the seneca knitting mill, four times the size of the current hall is being tranformed into the new hall of fame. built when the women's rights movement was born, it will be a world class showplace for the history of american women. jean giovannini, chair of mill rehabilitation project. it's here on the third floor that the past and present really come together. visitors can look across the water and see the wesleyan chapel, sight of the women's rights convention of 1848. brennan gilbane koch, gilbane building company the hall of fame is being built in phases. organizers are fundraising one floor at a time.carrie standup: the first phase of
the project will be complete by september just in time for the induction of this year's class. from the site of the future national women's hall of fame, i'm carrie lazarus short pkg script:carrie standup: i'm carrie lazarus in seneca falls. it was in this tiny upstate ny town in 1848 that the women's rights movement got its start. today, it's home to the national women's hall of fame. gloria steinem: this is the 50th anniversary, of the hall. every other year a new class is inducted, for their enduring contributions to the nation and the world there are 276 women on these walls... authors, astronauts, actresses, athletes, and of course, the suffragists. many are world famous, some you've never heard ofbetty bayer, women's hall of fame board president the biggest question has been what to do about the fact that the hall has outgrown its space. here's the answer. the seneca knitting mills is being transformed into the new women's hall of fame.carrie standup: the first phase of the project will be complete by september just in time for the induction of this year's class. from the site of the future national women's hall of fame, i'm carrie lazarus.
about a week of spring training baseball left ... if you would like to catch the giants or the a's in arizona. (ken) and if you're wondering what to do in between games in scottsdale ... i have some ideas. "the west's most western town." that's what locals have called scottsdale for years. and there's plenty of cowboy culture here to back up that slogan. but scottsdale is evolving. you see more cowboy art than actual cowboys. old town is dog friendly. we got our tourist fix with scottsdale local ace bailey leading carole and i into some funky southwestern shops... arizona's answer to haight street. :25 ace bailey/scottsda lelike i was saying if you can't find a souvenir here (you can't find a souvenir anywhere) you're not going to
find one. for a daytime break there are new brew pubs everywhere. "craft 64" has more than 30 different arizona brews on tap. beyond ale and coffee trails there's a growing wine market. carlson creek vineyard features wines sourced from grapes grown at 42-hundred feet above the desert floor. :51sam farnsworth/carlson creek vineyard because they're grown at elevation the grapes pick up a lot more uv radiation which causes their skins to grow thicker which is where you get most of your flavor from. for a daytime snack we popped into "simon's" for a colombian hot dog. felipe rondan/simon's hot dogstell me what i got here. i got potato chi ps here. crushed potato chips. the pink sauce is simon sauce. basically ketchup and mayo. warmer desert nights are perfect for night time strolls... with plenty of light to guide you. there are 800 restaurants here... many of them worthy of bay area taste buds. we had an extraordinary dinner at the mission... right next to the original catholic mission in old town. another popular spot is citizen public house... where we spied some giants broadcasters enjoying
dinner. but the true spring training dining experience has to be don and charlies... which sadly... is closing next month.1:51don carlson/don & charlie's restauranti'm closing because i'm going to be 75 on my next birthday and i've been working in restaurants and enjoyed every second, not every minute every second, every hour, every month every year every decade. and it's just time to cut back a little. the restaurant is filled with sports memorabilia... including hundreds of autographed baseballs.is there a date on the closure?4-10. wednesday 4-10.you could have made it 4-20. that has real meaning in the bay area.i didn't think of that. we could give everybody medical cards for the night and they could just fire up.(laugh) (ad lib) (ad lib)
even if no one in your home smokes, secondhand smoke can be closer than you think. secondhand smoke from a neighbor's apartment can enter your home through air vents, through light fixtures and even through cracks in the walls and the floors. secondhand smoke is toxic. especially to children. protect your family. visit tobaccofreeca.com. (ken) happening tonight
now at 550 million dollars. it's the eighth largest in the history of the game. the winner can choose to get annual installments or take a lump sum of 335 million dollars before taxes. but the odds of getting that winning ticket is 292 million to one. the drawing is at 8:00 -- so you still have time to pick up a ticket. (pam) when you think about dangerous florida animals ... your first thought might be of something like ... an alligator.(ken) in eastern sarasota... there is one áfar smaller animal, who has attacked four people so far. and one man now lives in fear... of a squirrel.. who's gone nuts. robby armstrong's security camera caught the saturday sneak attack.the attack lasted only seconds, but the little guy did a number in robby's arm and elbow.there are plenty of squirrels and other wildlife living in this rural part of sarasota county.but robby's attacker is different. a neighbor nursed the squirrel to heal as a baby.recently,
the same squirrel that got him, scratched his step-son. robby recognizes him when he see him.he's named him "8-up" after his race car and truck. watch one more time."8-up" b-lines for robby.climbs up his leg and goes to town.robby used a b-b gun to try to scare "8-up" away.it didn't work. he's likely plotting his next attack.
lawrence karnow: we started with plenty of clouds and rain this morning making for a difficult clouds had parted and the the sunshine returned but it was much cooler. highs today were in the 50s and 60s. on the radar you can see more showers and thunderstorms across the state. the rain will decrease overnight but another storm is not far away. tomorrow will be mostly dry with a slight chance of coastal showers. highs will be in the 50s to mid 60s. storm clouds will return on friday with rain and gusty winds. showers will linger into saturday morning. more rain is expected next
to harrison, the wine collection. grace, you get the beach house, just don't leave the lights on, okay? to mateo, my favorite chair. to chris, the family recipes. to craig, this rock. to jamie, well, let's just say, enjoy the ride. the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. the almonds to walter.
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