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( will ) ( will ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( will ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)a frontal boundary will move from northwest to southeast across the early saturday, resulting in widespread rainfall. mainly dry conditions are expected over the weekend with unsettled weather likely to return during at least the
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first half of next week. ( will ) the person who stabbed a
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man outside a bart station is still on the run this morning. this latest round of violence happpened friday at the fruitvale bart station. (áboxesá) kron 4's sara stinson is joining us now live with the latest on the investigation and what reaction from riders. bart's fruitvale station in oakland is open again following a stabbing friday afternoon that left one person hospitalized, bart officials said. as of 5:22 p.m. the station had reopened and trains were stopping on both platforms. bart officials said the stabbing occurred just before 3 p.m. on a train as it approached the station. two people had gotten into a fight on the train, and once it was in the station, the altercation spilled out onto the platform. one person was stabbed and he was taken to a hospital with injuries not considered life- threatening. police said the suspect is at large. oakland police are searching
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for a suspect in connection to a stabbing on a bart train. officers say -- the stabbing happened this afternoon as the train was rolling into station. bart officials temporary closed the station and the victim was taken to a nearby hospital. bart says -- the victim suffered non-life threatening injuries. police are investigating what exactly led to the stabbing. stabbing.
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( will ) the big story in national news -- special counsel robert mueller has finished his investigation into russia's election interference and ápossible ties to the trump campaign. his final report is now in the hands of the attorney general ábill barr.á barr has some big decisions to make and members of congress are seeking answers... quickly. omar jimenez has the very latest on what happens next. fter nearly two years, special counsel robert mueller's comprehensive report on the
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russia probe is over.it's now in the hands of attorney general bill barr and it's up to him how much lawmakers and the public see of mueller's work.sen. chuck schumer / -d- senate minority leader: the president himself has called without qualification for the report to be made public. there is no reason on god's green earth why attorney general barr should do any less.overall, the special counsel the investigation led to: 199 criminal counts; 37 people and entities charged; seven people pleading guilty; five people sentenced to prison; one person convicted at trial; and critically, the special counsel is not recommending any further indictments, according to a senior justice official. now, it's a waiting game.in a statement, senate majority leader, republican mitch mcconnell calling for, "as much openness and transparency as possible."and democrats want to see everything.sen. richard blumenthal / -d- connecticut: we need to see the mueller report and not the barr report. the american people paid for the mueller
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report and they deserve to know all the findings and evidence.in a statement, white house press secretary sarah sanders wrote, "the next steps are up to attorney general barr, and we look forward to the process taking its course." in washington, i'm omar jimenez. ( will ) as soon as the mueller report was turned in... a number of bay area lawmakers weighed in. senator kamala harris, speaker nancy pelosi and others are demanding that the findings be made public.
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( will ) house speaker nancy pelosi releasing this statement on the mueller investigation: "... it is imperative for mr. barr to make the full report public and provide its underlying documentation and findings to congress. attorney general barr must not give president trump, his lawyers or his staff any 'sneak preview' of special counsel mueller's findings or evidence... ...and the white house must not be allowed to interfere in decisions about what parts of those findings or evidence are made public." ( will ) east bay representative barbra lee releaed this satement: "the questions probed by special counsel robert mueller go to the very core of our democracy. the american people deserve to know whether foreign powers interfered in our elections - and whether there were illegal attempts to obstruct federal investigators from determining the answer." ( will ) and congresswoman anna eshoo from the south bay and peninsula released a statement saying in part: "the american people deserve
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to know the facts about the russian attack on our democracy during the 2016 election. questions of grave concern are at stake, and the country has a right to the full truth." ( will ) house democrats are having a caucus-wide conference at noon local time, 3 p-m in washington, to to briefed on the mueller report. again president trump has not yet responded to the conclusion of the investigation... but he has repeatedly called the investigation a quote "witch hunt" and claims there was no obstruction and no collusion between his campaign and russia. ( will ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... we'll hear from the head football coach at u-c berkeley after a former student accused members of the school's football program...of sexaul harassment. ( will ) and we're learning more about the death of jeff adachi..what health officials believe contributed to his death.contributed to believe contributed to his death.
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a developing story we're following this morning. a report from the medical examiner is revealing more about the death of san francisco public defender jeff adachi. as kron 4's michelle kingston reports, cocaine and alcoholo contributed to adachi's death. michellethe medical examiner ruled adachi's death as accidental.adachi's death examiner ruled the medical michellemichellethe medical
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examiner ruled adachi's death as accidental.and in addition to the cocaine and alcohol in his system -- they say he also had a form of heart disease. jeff adachi served as the city's public defender since 2002.he died last month ... after a night out with a female companion.according to the san francisco medical examiner report ... adachi had spent the day with this woman ... named "catalina."according to the report ..."at some point, they consumed some edibles (cannabis). around 4pm, they went to a north beach restaurant and had dinner. they drank a glass or two of champagne, and mr. adachi ate well."at dinner -- he began to complain of upper respiratory problems and began sweating.his friend asked if he wanted to go to the hospital but he refused.they took a ride share back to a north beach apartment, which, according to the report, belongs to a lawyer who lives outside of the bay area.at the apartment, he took ibuprofen ... but continued to sweat and experience severe abdominal pain.he asked his companion to pick up some zantac. when she returned from the corner store, he was still in pain and became confused.she called 911.paramedics say that "...witnesses at the scene stated that (adachi) had been acting 'strange' and unlike himself, grinding his teeth before collapsing. emergency services found (him) unresponsive on the floor of a
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bedroom."he was administered narcan and was transported to the hospital -- where he was later pronounced dead.michelle adachi died back on february 22 at the age of 59. in the newsroom michelle kingston kron 4 news ( dave )
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here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)a frontal boundary will move from northwest to southeast across the early saturday, resulting in widespread rainfall. mainly dry conditions are expected over the weekend with unsettled weather likely to return during at least the first half of next week.
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( will ) the cal- bears football coach is reacting to the sexual harrasment allegations facing his team. kron 4 was the only t-v news station to cover his first public address since the controversy went viral on social media. kron 4's maureen with
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reaction now from the football team this cuts to the core it hurts really bad the bears head coach making these remarks just after the last practice of the post season... he's talking about the allegations by a former sports medicine intern who claims she endured what she calls ruthless, endless and persistant sexual harrasment both on and off the field....by both players and coaches. the most serious allegations involved one unnamed coach who she says grabbed and kissed her after inviting her to come to the his office at memorial stadium and told her the next day during practice that he would get her fired if she do not have sex with him. it's very concerning do you have any type of behavior that someone would be subject to in that way. it's not something that we would tolerate at our university or in our football program and it is something that is really tough to hear. there were several young women
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working in various capacities during friday's practice. coach wilcox says they are taking the allegations very seriously and fully support the investigation now underway by campus officials. we are committed here at cal football to providing an environment where people are protected and respected. we're committing to the institution and the integrity of the program we expect everybody, we expect everybody to be held accountable for their actions. wilcox says he could not answer specific questions regarding the allegations....in cluding whether or not the coach accused of the most egregious behavior was still employed because of federal and state privacy laws and the ongoing nature of the investigation.maureen kelly kron4 news ( will ) on the peninsula... the search is over..... two men have been arrested in connection with a series of garbage bin fires set in downtown san mateo. carlos cristerna and wilbert ramirez were friday on
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suspicion of arson and conspiracy to commit a crime. the pair is suspected of setting garbage bins on fire in an alley off second avenue. a building was damaged. police say they used surveillance video and anonymous tips to identify the suspects. ( will ) a temporary teacher at martinez junior high school teacher was arrested this morning on susicion of misdemeanor battery. alex aono was arrested. police say they responded to the school for a report of a battery on campus. they did not provide any details about the battery or who else was involved. ( will ) police are looking for two people in connection to an armed robbery on the campus of u-c berkeley . officers say -- the incident happened around 7 p-m thursday -- when two men approached the victim and tried to grab the victim's backpack. when the victim tried to fight them off -- police say one of the suspects
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punched the victim in the face. the backpack was later found in a parking lot. ( will ) another robbery happened 'near' the u-c berkeley campus earlier this week. a student reported being robbed at gunpoint early monday morning, on shattuck avenue near addison street. the student was walking with a friend when two males approached.. one of the suspects had a handgun and demanded a backpack and shoulder bag from the victim. the suspects took the items and fled westbound on addison. ( will ) still ahead...the warriors blew out the pacers.... with six warriors scoring in double digits... we'll recap and hear from steve kerr....next.... we're all busy.
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was fantastic. he was physical in there, he was, you know, getting a lot of drives to the hoop and drawing a lot of attention defensively, you know, making great passes. we had 19 assists at halftime even though we weren't really clicking yet. but, i thought some of that was just playing through demarcus and his aggressiveness."and speaking of the dubs.....there news digs is almost completed over in mission bay....>and today the organization annouced when the warriors will make their debut in the brand new chase center.....>they will play the los angeles lakers on october 5th in a pre season matchup.....>this will make the first professional basketball game played in san francisco since 1971......> warriors forward draymond green also paid a visit to chase center today.....>let's to the ice....the san let's to the ice....the san jose sharks
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in anaheim tonight facing the ducks....>pick things up in the 3rd period....sharks down by 1.....justin braun gets it off the board....and ties it to force an overtime.....>but that wouldn't last long....jakob silverberg ends this one in a hurry and wins it for the ducks....>sharks fall to the ducks in overtime.....4-3.....this is their 5th straight loss...> moving onto some march madness action....zion williamson and the duke blue devils taking on the north dakota state bison....>1st half....tied at 16....speaking of zion.....he throws down the two-handed slam to give duke the lead..... 2nd half....duke leading by 15....zion....from beyond the arc.....splashes down a trey.....he had 25 points tonight for the blue devils....>about a minute later....rj barrett....showing off a little razzle dazzle.....he ledthe blue devils with 26 points tonight....duke goes on to defeat north dakota diamond....it was a very e short-lived giants career for cameron maybin.....>the giants
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released the outfielder today.....>if you remember, maybin was arrested earlier this month for a dui.....>the giants season open their season march 28th on the road against san diego....>their home opener is april 5th against tampa bay.....> ( will )( will )( will )( will ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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look at the bay bridge. ( will ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)a frontal boundary will move from northwest to southeast across the early saturday, resulting in widespread rainfall. mainly dry conditions are expected over the weekend with unsettled weather likely to return during at least the first half of next week.
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( will ) in the east bay...get ready to see major changes to the parking situation at the
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walnut creek bart station. kron 4's haaziq madyun breaks it all down there are some new changes here at the walnut creek bart station. it comes in the form of a new bus transit center and a new parking garage. here is what you need to knowsot nat/haaziqi couldn't help but notice that new bart police substationsotone big noticiable change is the location of the passenger drop off area. that white zone is
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no longer right outside the ticket agent booth. you're going to have to do a little walking to get to the location where passengers are being picked upnat/haaziqnot too bad for you huh?sotsot
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by 25 cents. so by 2023 a fastrak driver will by 8.75 and pay as you go drivers will pay nine dollars. but if you don't use fastrak or pay as you go... the bridge will send you a bill for 9.75.
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market marijuana-related products. there is a long list of cbd products on-sale at cvs .. they include- creams, sprays and roll-ons.the hemp-products will be available in 8 states, including california.some items are now on the shelves at this marin city cvs. the large drug-store chain made the move to as it says " meet consumer demand for alternative care options."cvs customers kron 4 news spoke with seemed pleased with the decision.sot i think is going to help people and think people should not be afraid of it this is the healing of a nationsot you come here to get your rx it makes it easier i am all for itsot personally this makes sense to me it is medicinal benefits ah!cbd gets credit for its medicinal benefits.soon, about 800 stores will carry cbd products over-the-counter.cvs is not selling any supplements or food with cbd... so no gummies at the checkout counter.and the store says it will comply with the law, including testing for thc.justine waldman kron 4 news. ( will ) ( will ) a government watchdog
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says fema wrongly released the information of 2 point 3 million survivors of disasters... including california wildfires in a massive data breach. the information of victims of hurricanes harvey, irma and maria were also released. authorities say the breach occurred in 2017 when fema was working with a contractor that helps provide temporary housing to those affected by disasters. information, like names, last four digits of a social security number are required to confirm eligibility. but fema also provided the contractor bank names, electronic funds transfer numbers and bank transit numbers. the watchdog says the victims could be vulnerable to identity theft. fema
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officials say they are changing how they deliver information to avoid giving too much information and it will be completed by next year ( will ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...governor gavin newsom is declaring a state of emergency to speed up forest management. details on how it could prevent wildfires. governor gavin newsom is
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taking executive action for fire prevention in vulnerable
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parts of the state. reporter lonnie wong shows us where the work is happening and how soon it will begin. newsom: "we go to step up our game..." governor gavin newsom says this yearús fire season is just around the corner. he announced an ambitious fire prevention plan in middletown in the heart of lake county which suffered the first of a series of massive wildfires in 2015. it is still recovering after 60 percent of the county was burned... since then there have been other catastrophic wildfires newsom 'iúm signing a proclamation declaring an emerncy in advance of an emergency... newsomús proclamation allows fast tracking prescribed burns, clearing out fire breaks, and manage forests, in the most vulnerable areas. newsom 'projects that could take two years, we can do them in 2 months it also means doing faster environmental reviews. newsom 'iúve made no bones about the fact if we can fast track ceqa for football stadiums and arenas, we can do so to save lives among the other initiatives, the plan helps local officials organize and prepare for disasters, and provides 50
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million dollars to mobilize volunteer groups like americorps which have always responded to the need for help. karen baker, california volunteers...'thats why the governor is initating this california for all emergency campaign because heús going to be galvanizing all these individuals who want to be a part of preparing their community. lonnie 'the governor says the cost in lives and property from a catastrophic wildfire can be massive, and itús much cheaper to invest in prevention efforts. in lake county, lonnie wong kron 4 morning news..we're taking you to where the american women's rights movement began....we've got a look inside a hall of fame.
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live look outside...sutro tower.
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your weather forecast. (dave)a frontal boundary will move from northwest to southeast across the early saturday, resulting in widespread rainfall. mainly dry conditions are expected over the weekend with unsettled weather likely to return during at least the first half of next week. of next week. (ápause for opená)
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(álandingá)( will ) this has been an historic year for women in the united states. from the mid-term elections, to the me-too and times up movements, women's voices movements, women's voices are being heard like never before. reporter carrie lazarus takes us to the place where america recognizes its extraordinary women. 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.
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"she embraced that." "yes she did!">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 at the 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.
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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...
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authors, astronauts, actresses, athletes, and of course, the suffragists. many are world famous, some you've never heard ofwomen's hall of fame board president
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opens in theaters this weekend ... and it could knock "captain marvel" from the top spot at the box office. here's david daniel with a preview. "if you want to get crazy, we can get crazy." (nat)fans of "get out" have been dying to know what jordan peele would do next, and it appears "us" won't disappoint them. critics are raving about the horror flick, and analysts are expecting an opening weekend anywhere from 38-to-50 million dollars. anywhere in that range would top "get out's" debut of 33-million... and it could be enough to dethrone "captain marvel" as the box office champ. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( will ) check out this job offer. you can make a thousand dollars in just two days... all you have to do is
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than 380 million before taxes. but the odds of winning are one in 292 million to one. tonight's drawing is at eight. ( dave ) ( sara ) and im at bart with concerns from riders after a man was stabbed friday night...the assailant is still on the run. all tyson any'tizers chicken, is raised with no antibiotics ever. [ music winding down ] they're a great decision for snacktime. allowing the band to practice at your house... not a great decision. keep it real. keep it tyson any'tizers.
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(eating potato chips loudly) or you could just trust duracell. (silence) ♪ ( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)a frontal boundary will move from northwest to southeast across the early
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saturday, resulting in widespread rainfall. mainly dry conditions are expected over the weekend with unsettled weather likely to return during at least the first half of next week. ( will ) the person who
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stabbed a man outside a bart station is still on the run this morning. this latest round of violence happpened friday at the fruitvale bart station.(áboxesá) kron 4's sara stinson is joining us now live with the latest on the investigation and what reaction from riders. bart's fruitvale station in oakland is open again following a stabbing friday afternoon that left one person hospitalized, bart officials said. as of 5:22 p.m. the station had reopened and trains were stopping on both platforms. bart officials said the stabbing occurred just before 3 p.m. on a train as it approached the station. two people had gotten into a fight on the train, and
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once it was in the station, the altercation spilled out onto the platform. one person was stabbed and he was taken to a hospital with injuries not considered life- threatening. police said the suspect is at large. oakland police are searching for suspect in connection to a stabbing on a bart train. officers say -- the stabbing happened this afternoon as the train was rolling into the fruitvale station. bart officials temporary closed the station and the victim was taken to a nearby hospital. bart says -- the victim suffered non-life threatening injuries. police are investigating what exactly led to the stabbing.
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( will ) ( will ) attacked.">> ( will ) the big story in national news -- special counsel robert mueller has finished his investigation into russia's election interference and ápossible ties to the trump campaign. his final report is now in the hands of the attorney general ábill barr.á barr has
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some big decisions to make and members of congress are seeking answers... quickly. omar jimenez has the very latest on what happens next. fter nearly two years, special counsel robert mueller's comprehensive report on the russia probe is over.it's now in the hands of attorney general bill barr and it's up to him how much lawmakers and the public see of mueller's work.sen. chuck schumer / -d- senate minority leader: the president himself has called without qualification for the report to be made public. there is no reason on god's green earth why attorney general barr should do any less.overall, the special counsel the investigation led to: 199 criminal counts; 37 people and entities charged; seven people pleading guilty; five people sentenced to prison; one person convicted at trial; and critically, the special counsel is not recommending any further indictments, according to a senior justice official. now, it's a waiting game.in a statement, senate majority leader, republican mitch mcconnell calling for, "as much openness and transparency as possible."and democrats want to see everything.sen. richard blumenthal / -d- connecticut: we need to see the mueller report and not the barr report. the american people paid for the mueller report and they deserve to know all the findings and evidence.in a statement, white house press secretary sarah
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sanders wrote, "the next steps are up to attorney general barr, and we look forward to the process taking its course."in washington, i'm omar jimenez. ( will ) as soon as the mueller report was turned in... a number of bay area lawmakers weighed in. senator kamala harris, speaker nancy pelosi and others are demanding that the findings be made public.
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( will ) house speaker nancy pelosi releasing this statement on the mueller investigation: "... it is imperative for mr. barr to make the full report public barr to make the full report public and provide its underlying documentation and findings to congress. attorney general barr must not give president trump, his lawyers or his staff any 'sneak preview' of special counsel mueller's findings or evidence... ...and the white house must not be allowed to interfere in decisions about what parts of those findings or evidence are made public." ( will ) house democrats are having a caucus-wide conference at noon local time, 3 p-m in washington, to to briefed on the mueller report. again president trump has not yet responded to the conclusion of the
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investigation. he is meeting with his lawyers and allies today at mar-a-lago. ( will ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... we'll hear from the head football coach at u-c berkeley after a former student accused members of the school's football program...of sexaul harassment. ( will ) and we're learning more about the death of jeff adachi..what health officials believe contributed to his death.
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following this morning. a report from the medical examiner is revealing more about the death of san francisco public defender jeff adachi. as kron 4's michelle kingston reports, cocaine and alcoholo contributed to adachi's death. michellethe medical examiner ruled adachi's death as accidental.and in addition to the cocaine and alcohol in his system -- they say he also had a form of heart disease.jeff adachi served as the city's public defender since 2002.he died last month ... after a night out with a female companion.according to the san francisco medical examiner report ... adachi had spent the day with this woman ... named "catalina."according to the report ..."at some point, they consumed some edibles (cannabis). around 4pm, they went to a north beach restaurant and had dinner. they drank a glass or two of champagne, and mr. adachi ate well."at dinner -- he began to
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complain of upper respiratory problems and began sweating. his friend asked if he wanted to go to the hospital but he refused.they took a ride share back to a north beach apartment, which, according to the report, belongs to a lawyer who lives outside of the bay area.at the apartment, he took ibuprofen ... but continued to sweat and experience severe abdominal pain.he asked his companion to pick up some zantac. when she returned from the corner store, he was still in pain and became confused.she called 911.paramedics say that "...witnesses at the scene stated that (adachi) had been acting 'strange' and unlike himself, grinding his teeth before collapsing. emergency services found (him) unresponsive on the floor of a bedroom."he was administered narcan and was transported to the hospital was later pronounced michelleadachi died february 22 at the age of 59. newsroom michelle 4 news ( dave ) (ácommercialá) ( dave ) here's a live look at the
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(dave) a frontal boundary will move from northwest to southeast across the early saturday, resulting in widespread rainfall. mainly dry conditions are expected over the weekend with unsettled weather likely to return during at least the first half of next week. ( will )( will )
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( will ) the cal- bears football coach is reacting to the sexual harrasment allegations facing his team. kron 4 was the only t-v news station to cover his first public address since the controversy
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went viral on social media. kron 4's maureen with reaction now from the football team this cuts to the core it hurts really bad the bears head coach making these remarks just after the last practice of the post season... he's talking about the allegations by a former sports medicine intern who claims she endured what she calls ruthless, endless and persistant sexual harrasment both on and off the field....by both players and coaches. the most serious allegations involved one unnamed coach who she says grabbed and kissed her after inviting her to come to the his office at memorial stadium and told her the next day during practice that he would get her fired if she do not have sex with him. it's very concerning do you have any type of behavior that someone would be subject to in that way. it's not something that we would tolerate at our university or in our football program and it is something that is really tough to hear. there were several young women working in various capacities during friday's practice. coach wilcox says they are taking the allegations very seriously and fully support the investigation now underway by campus officials. we are committed here at cal football to providing an environment where people are protected and respected. we're committing to the institution and the integrity of the program we
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expect everybody, we expect everybody to be held accountable for their actions. wilcox says he could not answer specific questions regarding the allegations....in cluding whether or not the coach accused of the most egregious behavior was still employed because of federal and state privacy laws and the ongoing nature of the investigation.maureen kelly kron4 news the man accused of fatally stabbing another man at fisherman's wharf this week has been charged with murder. bruce penn was arraigned friday for the death of brook
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pettyjohn. the stabbing happened near taylor and jefferson street. penn has not yet entered a plea deal but is set to be back in court tuesday. ( will ) a temporary teacher at martinez junior high school teacher was arrested this morning on susicion of misdemeanor battery. alex aono was arrested. police say they responded to the school for a report of a battery on campus. they did not provide any details about the battery or who else was involved. ( will ) police are looking for two people in connection to an armed robbery on the campus of u-c berkeley . officers say -- the incident happened around 7 p-m thursday -- when two men approached the victim and tried to grab the victim's backpack. when the victim tried to fight them off -- police say one of the suspects punched the victim in the face. the backpack was later found in a parking lot. ( will ) another robbery happened 'near' the u-c berkeley campus earlier this week. a student reported being robbed at gunpoint early monday morning, on shattuck avenue near addison street. the student was walking with
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a friend when two males approached.. one of the suspects had a handgun and demanded a backpack and shoulder bag from the victim. the suspects took the items and fled westbound on addison. ( will ) one person died this morning in a house fire near bay point. firefighters were called to the home on the 100 block of loftus road around 1 am friday. fire crews learned a woman was able to get out of the home through a window, but a man was still trapped inside. firefighters were able to get the man out of the home, but he later died at the hospital. ( will ) in the south bay... a man's body was found in san jose's coyote creek lake. police recovered the body near monterey and metcalf roads yesterday morning. a hiker saw the body and told an area maintenance worker who called 9-1-1. investigators don't believe he was murdered. ( will ) still ahead...the warriors blew out the pacers.... with six warriors
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oracle on thursday night for a little bit of home cooking.....and boy did they put on a show for the home crowd.....>they jumped all over the pacers from start to finish.....>this was demarcus cousins' first game back after missing two games due to injury.....>and he looked fresh as he led the dubs with 19 points and 11 rebounds....> but it was a great all around effort from the dubs.....>klay had 18.....steph and kd each chipped in with 15......>after the game....kerr was full of praise for his prized big man.....>"demarcus was fantastic. he was physical in there, he was, you know, getting a lot of drives to the hoop and drawing a lot of attention defensively, you know, making great passes. we had 19 assists at halftime even though we weren't really clicking yet. but, i thought some of that was just playing through demarcus and his aggressiveness."and speaking of the dubs.....there news digs is almost completed over in mission bay....>and today the organization annouced when the warriors will make their debut in the brand new chase center.....>they will play the
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los angeles lakers on october 5th in a pre season matchup.....>this will make the first professional basketball game played in san francisco since 1971......> warriors forward draymond green also paid a visit to chase center today.....>let's to the ice....the san jose sharks in anaheim tonight facing the ducks....>pick things up in the 3rd period....sharks down by 1.....justin braun gets it off the board....and ties it to force an overtime.....>but that wouldn't last long....jakob silverberg ends this one in a hurry and wins it for the ducks....>sharks fall to the ducks in overtime.....4-3.....this is their 5th straight loss...> moving onto some march madness action....zion williamson and the duke blue devils taking on the north dakota state bison....>1st half....tied at 16....speaking of zion.....he throws down the two-handed slam to give duke the lead..... 2nd half....duke leading by 15....zion....from beyond the arc.....splashes down a trey.....he had 25 points tonight for the blue devils....>about a minute later....rj barrett....showing off a little razzle dazzle.....he ledthe blue devils with 26 points tonight....duke goes on to defeat north dakota
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state.....85-62.....to the diamond....it was a very short-lived giants career for cameron maybin.....>the giants released the outfielder today.....>if you remember, maybin was arrested earlier this month for a dui.....>the giants season open their season march 28th on the road against san diego....>their home opener is april 5th against tampa bay.....> ( will ) ( will ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside...
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live look at sutro camera. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)a frontal boundary will
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move from northwest to southeast across the early saturday, resulting in widespread rainfall. mainly dry conditions are expected over the weekend with unsettled weather likely to return during at least the first half of next week. ( will )
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bay...get ready to see major changes to the parking situation at the walnut creek bart station. kron 4's haaziq madyun breaks it all down there are some new changes here at the walnut creek bart station. it comes in the form of a new bus transit center
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and a new parking garage. here is what you need to knowsot nat/haaziqi couldn't help but notice that new bart police substationsotone big noticiable change is the location of the passenger drop
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off area. that white zone is no longer right outside the ticket agent booth. you're going to have to do a little walking to get to the location where passengers are being picked upnat/haaziqnot too bad for you huh?sotsotsot
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as you go... the bridge will send you a bill for 9.75.
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will be available in 8 states, including california.some items are now on the shelves at this marin city cvs. the large drug-store chain made the move to as it says " meet consumer demand for alternative care options."cvs customers kron 4 news spoke with seemed pleased with the decision.sot i think is going to help people and think people should not be afraid of it this is the healing of a nationsot you come here to get your rx it makes it easier i am all for itsot personally this makes sense to me it is medicinal benefits ah!cbd gets credit for its medicinal benefits.soon, about 800 stores will carry cbd products over-the-counter.cvs is not selling any supplements or food with cbd... so no gummies at the checkout counter.and the store says it will comply with the law, including testing for thc.justine waldman kron 4 news. ( will ) ( will )( will ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...governor gavin newsom is declaring a state of
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emergency to speed up forest management. details on how it could prevent wildfires.
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( will ) governor gavin newsom is taking executive action for fire prevention in vulnerable parts of the state. lonnie wong shows us where the work is happening and how soon it will begin. newsom: "we go to step up our game..." governor gavin newsom says this yearús fire season is just around the
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corner. he announced an ambitious fire prevention plan in middletown in the heart of lake county which suffered the first of a series of massive wildfires in 2015. it is still recovering after 60 percent of the county was burned... since then there have been other catastrophic wildfires newsom 'iúm signing a proclamation declaring an emergency in advance of an emergency... newsomús proclamation allows fast tracking prescribed burns, clearing out fire breaks, and manage forests, in the most vulnerable areas. newsom 'projects that could take two years, we can do them in 2 months it also means doing faster environmental reviews. newsom 'iúve made no bones about the fact if we can fast track ceqa for football stadiums and arenas, we can do so to save lives among the other initiatis, the plan helps local officials organize and prepare for disasters, and provides 50 million dollars to mobilize volunteer groups like americorps which have always responded to the need for help. karen baker, california volunteers...'thats why the governor is initating this california for all emergency campaign because heús going to be galvanizing all these
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individuals who want to be a part of preparing their community. lonnie 'the governor says the cost in lives and property from a catastrophic wildfire can be massive, and itús much cheaper to invest in prevention efforts. in lake county, lonnie wong ( will ) as we head ( will ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... san francisco international airport.
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(dave)a frontal boundary will move from northwest to southeast across the early saturday, resulting in widespread rainfall. mainly dry conditions are expected over the weekend with unsettled weather likely to return during at least the first half of next week.
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( will ) there's an
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initiative underway to help more than a dozen students in the east bay get to prom. marques reed is joining me now to talk about his initiative and how you can help. talk about why an initiative like this is important for the community.is important for the community.this idea was party of a this idea was the community.this idea was party of a birthday wish....explain
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what was getting ready for prom like for you?how many students are you looking to help?which schools are benefitting from the initiative? how are teachers getting involvedtalk about some of the items you're looking forwhat have you collected so far? you're also looking for some professionals...hairstylists, make up artists, who else?how much time is artists, who else? rstylists, make up artists,
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who else? how much time is artists, who else?rstylists, make up professionals...hailooking for some you're also llected so far?what have you you're looking forof the items talk about some getting involved talk about some of the items you're looking forwhat have you collected so far?you're also looking for some professionals...hailooking for
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some you're also looking for some you're also looking for some professionals...hairstylists, make up artists, who else?how much time is there left to donate?how can people connect with you?marques reed will be here marques reed will be here saturday, march will be here marques reed will be here saturday, march 23rd at 8:30am. he is a college access coordinator with east bay college fund. for his birthday this year, he is collecting donations to help make sure 30 high schoolers in oakland get the ultimate prom experience. he turned 30th on march 5th. all month, he's been collecting, tuxedos, dresses, accessories, and etc..to deliver to students ahead of prom at castlemont high and fremont high. teachers at both schools are identifying students who are items in order to make prom happen. this campaign is special to marques because he remembers his own struggle getting to prom. so far he's collected 6 suits and he is waiting for other dresses and materials. he is also collecting monetary donations to help students get haircuts and makeovers. he is
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coming on the show to talk about his initiative, why its important, and how people can get involved. get involved. how people can important, and initiative, why its about his show to talk coming on the makeovers. he is haircuts and students get haircuts and makeovers. he is coming on the show to talk about his important, and how people can get involved. with the home depot,
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celebrating after she earned a perfect score on the a-c-t. the 17-year-old from folsom says she practiced the college admissions test every day. she says she even surprised herself with the outstanding achievement. ( will ) the high school junior has not started applying to universities yet.. but she
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hopes the high score will help her stand out. she is considering studying business and she has already created multiple websites. ( will ) only one big movie opens in theaters this weekend ... and it could knock "captain marvel" from the top spot at the box office. here's david daniel with a preview. "if you want to get crazy, we can get crazy." (nat)fans of "get out" have been dying to know what jordan peele would do next, and it appears "us" won't disappoint them. critics are raving about the horror flick, and analysts are expecting an opening weekend anywhere from 38-to-50 million dollars. anywhere in that range would top "get out's" debut of 33-million... and it could be enough to dethrone "captain marvel" as the box office champ. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( will ) check out this job offer. you can make a
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thousand dollars in just two days... all you have to do is binge watch all 20 movies in the marvel cinematic universe before the new avengers movie comes out next month. the website behind the offer is looking for somebody to watch all of the movies consecutively... without stopping to sleep... and live tweet about the experience. the movies combined are more than 40 hours long. if you are willing... we have a link to apply on our website at kron 4 dot com. ( will ) two men were in for a surprise when they found a refrigerator packed with cold beer after some flooding in nebraska. kyle simpson and gayland stouffer were cleaning up when they saw the fridge. they trekked through waist-deep water, ice jams and washouts to get it. when they opened it up they found the prize. simpson called it quote "a bright spot in a crappy day." the two men touched base with the owner of the fridge and promised to return it. ( will ) you have a chance
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tonight to win the seventh largest jackpot in u-s history. nobody won thursday's powerball... and the jackpot has now climbed to an estimated 625-million dollars. if you choose the lump sum-- the payout would be more than 380 million before taxes. but the odds of winning are one in 292 million to one. tonight's drawing is at eight. ( dave ) ( sara ) and im at bart with concerns from riders after a man was stabbed friday night...the assailant is still on the run.
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♪ ♪ with the chase mobile app, jason wu could pay practically anyone, at any bank, all while putting on a runway show for new york fashion week. ♪ ♪ he could. or, he could make it even easier - and set up recurring payments to his neighbor. for cat sitting. (meow) whoa. you've groomed her, too. (cell phone vibrating)
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and now she's ready for the catwalk. life, lived jason's way. chase. make more of what's yours. ( marty ) here is a live look at
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the embarcadero.look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather.
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(dave)a frontal boundary will move from northwest to southeast across the early saturday, resulting in widespread rainfall. mainly dry conditions are expected over the weekend with unsettled weather likely to return during at least the first half of next week. ( will ) the person who stabbed a
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man outside a bart station is still on the run this still on the run this morning. thi latest round of violence happpened friday at the fruitvale bart station. (áboxesá) kron 4's sara stinson is joining us now live with the latest on the investigation and what reaction from riders. bart's fruitvale station in oakland is open again following a stabbing friday afternoon that left one person hospitalized, bart officials said. as of 5:22 p.m. the station had reopened and trains were stopping on both
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platforms. bart officials said the stabbing occurred just before 3 p.m. on a train as it approached the station. two people had gotten into a fight on the train, and once it was in the station, the altercation spilled out onto the platform. one person was stabbed and he was taken to a hospital with injuries not considered life- threatening. police said the suspect is at large. oakland police are searching for a suspect in connection to a stabbing on a bart train. officers say -- the stabbing happened this afternoon as the train was rolling into the fruitvale station. bart officials temporary closed the station and the victim was taken to a nearby hospital. bart says -- the victim suffered non-life threatening injuries. police are investigating what exactly led to the stabbing.
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( will ) to report it.">responsibility have the responsibility to report it."> ( will ) ( will the big story in
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national news -- special counsel robert mueller has finished his investigation into russia's election interference and ápossible ties to the trump campaign. his final report is now in the hands of the attorney general ábill barr.á barr has some big decisions to make and members of congress are seeking answers... quickly. omar jimenez has the very latest on what happens next. it took 675 days but now special counsel robert mueller's report on the russia probe is finished and lawmakers could learn the principal findings as soon as this weekend.rep. madeleine dean / -d- pennsylvania: we have a right to know what this president and his campaign and his advisers did in terms of the 2016 election and what involvement russia had. we have a right to know.as for what's exactly in this report, that's still an unknown.but
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what is known is, president trump never sat for an interview with the special counsel, the department of justice never overruled any mueller requests, plus the investigation led to: 199 criminal counts; 37 people and entities charged; seven people pleading guilty; five people sentenced to prison; one person convicted at trial.the special counsel is not recommending any further indictments either, according to a senior justice official. sen. chris coons / -d- delaware: that's possible. the report needs to be released as fully as possible, as soon as possible, to congress. because its our job to conduct oversight.republicans have echoed those calls, with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell calling for, "as much openness and transparency as possible."moving forward it's in the hands of attorney general bill barr and it's up to him how much lawmakers, and the public, see of mueller's work.in washington, i'm omar jimenez ( will ) ( will )( will ) as soon as the mueller report was turned in... a number of bay area lawmakers weighed in.
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senator kamala harris, speaker nancy pelosi and others are demanding that the findings be made public. ( will ) house speaker nancy pelosi releasing this statement on the mueller investigation: "... it is imperative for mr. barr to make the full report public and provide its underlying documentation and findings to congress. attorney general barr must not give president
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trump, his lawyers or his staff any 'sneak preview' of special counsel mueller's findings or evidence... ...and the white house must not be allowed to interfere in decisions about what parts of those findings or evidence are made public." ( will ) house democrats are having a caucus-wide conference call at noon to to briefed on the mueller report. again president trump has not yet responded to the conclusion of the investigation.. he is meeting with allies and his lawyers this morning at his mar-a-lago resort. ( will ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news... we'll hear from the head football coach at u-c berkeley after a former student accused members of the school's football program...of sexaul harassment. ( will ) and we're learning more about the death of jeff adachi..what health officials believe contributed to his death. a developing story we're
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following this morning. a report from the medical examiner is revealing more about the death of san francisco public defender jeff adachi. as kron 4's michelle kingston reports, cocaine and alcoholo contributed to adachi's death. michellethe medical examiner ruled adachi's death as accidental.and in addition to the cocaine and alcohol in his system -- they say he also had a form of heart disease.jeff adachi served as the city's public defender since 2002.he died last month ... after a
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night out with a female companion.according to the san francisco medical examiner report ... adachi had spent the day with this woman ... named "catalina."according to the report ..."at some point, they consumed some edibles (cannabis). around 4pm, they went to a north beach restaurant and had dinner. they drank a glass or two of champagne, and mr. adachi ate well."at dinner -- he began to complain of upper respiratory problems and began sweating. his friend asked if he wanted to go to the hospital but he refused.they took a ride share back to a north beach apartment, which, according to the report, belongs to a lawyer who lives outside of the bay area.at the apartment, he took ibuprofen ... but continued to sweat and experience severe abdominal pain.he asked his companion to pick up some zantac. when she returned from the corner store, he was still in pain and became confused.she called 911.paramedics say that "...witnesses at the scene stated that (adachi) had been acting 'strange' and unlike himself, grinding his teeth before collapsing. emergency services found (him) unresponsive on the floor of a bedroom."he was administered narcan and was transported to the hospital -- where he was later pronounced dead.michelle adachi died back on february 22 at the age of 59. in the newsroom michelle kingston kron 4 news ( dave ) ( dave )
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( will ) here's a live look at the golden gate bridge
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this morning from the sutro camera. toss to weather. (dave)a frontal boundary will move from northwest to southeast across the early saturday, resulting in widespread rainfall. mainly dry conditions are expected over the weekend with unsettled weather likely to
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return during at least the first half of next week. ( will ) the cal- bears football
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coach is reacting to the sexual harrasment allegations facing his team. kron 4 was the only t-v news station to cover his first public address since the controversy went viral on social media. kron 4's maureen with reaction now from the football team this cuts to the core it hurts really bad the bears head coach making these remarks just after the last practice of the post season... he's talking about the allegations by a former sports medicine intern who claims she endured what she calls ruthless, endless and persistant sexual harrasment both on and off the field....by both players and
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coaches. the most serious allegations involved one unnamed coach who she says grabbed and kissed her after inviting her to come to the his office at memorial stadium and told her the next day during practice that he would get her fired if she do not have sex with him. it's very concerning do you have any type of behavior that someone would be subject to in that way. it's not something that we would tolerate at our university or in our football program and it is something that is really tough to hear. there were several young women working in various capacities during friday's practice. coach wilcox says they are taking the allegations very seriously and fully support the investigation now underway by campus officials. we are committed here at cal football to providing an environment where people are protected and respected. we're committing to the institution and the integrity of the program we expect everybody, we expect everybody to be held accountable for their actions. wilcox says he could not answer specific questions regarding the allegations....in cluding whether or not the coach accused of the most egregious behavior was still employed because of federal and state privacy laws and the ongoing nature of the investigation.maureen kelly kron4 news
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the man accused of fatally stabbing another man at fisherman's wharf this week has been charged with murder. bruce penn was arraigned friday for the death of brook pettyjohn. the stabbing happened near taylor and jefferson street. penn has not yet entered a plea deal but is set to be back in court tuesday. ( will ) on the peninsula... the search is over..... two men have been arrested in connection with a series of garbage bin fires set in downtown san mateo. carlos cristerna and wilbert ramirez were friday on suspicion of arson and
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conspiracy to commit a crime. the pair is suspected of setting garbage bins on fire in an alley off second avenue. a building was damaged. police say they used surveillance video and anonymous tips to identify the suspects. ( will ) police are looking for two people in connection to an armed robbery on the campus of u-c berkeley . officers say -- the incident happened around 7 p-m thursday -- when two men approached the victim and tried to grab the victim's backpack. when the victim tried to fight them off -- police say one of the suspects punched the victim in the face. the backpack was later found in a parking lot. ( will ) another robbery happened 'near' the u-c berkeley campus earlier this week. a student reported being robbed at gunpoint early monday morning, on shattuck avenue near addison street. the student was walking with a friend when two males approached.. one of the suspects had a handgun and demanded a backpack and shoulder bag from the victim.
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the suspects took the items and fled westbound on addison. ( will ) one person died this morning in a house fire near bay point. firefighters were called to the home on the 100 block of loftus road around 1 am friday. fire crews learned a woman was able to get out of the home through a window, but a man was still trapped inside. firefighters were able to get the man out of the home, but he later died at the hospital. ( will ) in the south bay... a man's body was found in san jose's coyote creek lake. police recovered the body near monterey and metcalf roads yesterday morning. a hiker saw the body and told an area maintenance worker who called 9-1-1. investigators don't believe he was murdered. ( will ) still ahead...the warriors blew out the pacers.... with six warriors scoring in double digits... we'll recap and hear from steve kerr....next.... and as we head to break,
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here's a live look outside... richmond bridge reynold's kitchens™ has eliminated plastic wrap
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frustration for good. to celebrate, award winner jeff russo composed the world's shortest victory song. [sfx: victory song plays] yes! this is the good stuff™ the dubs returned to the oracle on thursday night for a little bit of home cooking.....and boy did they put on a show for the home
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crowd.....>they jumped all over the pacers from start to finish.....>this was demarcus cousins' first game back after missing two games due to injury.....>and he looked fresh as he led the dubs with 19 points and 11 rebounds....> but it was a great all around effort from the dubs.....>klay had 18.....steph and kd each chipped in with 15......>after the game....kerr was full of praise for his prized big man.....>"demarcus was fantastic. he was physical in there, he was, you know, getting a lot of drives to the hoop and drawing a lot of attention defensively, you know, making great passes. we had 19 assists at halftime even though we weren't really clicking yet. but, i thought some of that was just playing through demarcus and his aggressiveness."and speaking of the dubs.....there news digs is almost completed over in mission bay....>and today the organization annouced when the warriors will make their debut in the brand new chase
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center.....>they will play the los angeles lakers on october 5th in a pre season matchup.....>this will make the first professional basketball game played in san francisco since 1971......> warriors forward draymond green also paid a visit to chase center today.....>let's to the ice....the san jose sharks in anaheim tonight facing the ducks....>pick things up in the 3rd period....sharks down by 1.....justin braun gets it off the board....and ties it to force an overtime.....>but that wouldn't last long....jakob silverberg ends this one in a hurry and wins it for the ducks....>sharks fall to the ducks in overtime.....4-3.....this is their 5th straight loss...> moving onto some march madness action....zion williamson and the duke blue devils taking on
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the north dakota state bison....>1st half....tied at 16....speaking of zion.....he throws down the two-handed slam to give duke the lead..... 2nd half....duke leading by 15....zion....from beyond the arc.....splashes down a trey.....he had 25 points tonight for the blue devils....>about a minute later....rj barrett....showing off a little razzle dazzle.....he ledthe blue devils with 26 points tonight....duke goes on to defeat north dakota state.....85-62.....to the diamond....it was a very short-lived giants career for cameron maybin.....>the giants released the outfielder today.....>if you remember, maybin was arrested earlier this month for a dui.....>the giants season open their season march 28th on the road against san diego....>their home opener is april 5th against tampa bay.....> ( will ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge.. bridge.. ( will ) here's a live
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look at the embarcadero camera. ( will ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)a frontal boundary will
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move from northwest to southeast across the early saturday, resulting in widespread rainfall. mainly dry conditions are expected over the weekend with unsettled weather likely to return during at least the first half of next week.
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( will ) in the east bay...get ready to see major changes to the parking situation at the walnut creek bart station. kron 4's haaziq madyun breaks it all down there are some new changes here at the walnut creek bart station. it comes in the form of a new bus transit center and a new parking garage. here is what you need to knowsot nat/haaziqi couldn't help but notice that new bart police
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substationsotone big noticiable change is the location of the passenger drop off area. that white zone is no longer right outside the ticket agent booth. you're going to have to do a little walking to get to the location where passengers are being picked upnat/haaziqnot too bad for you huh?sotsotsot
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even more money to cross the golden gate bridge. yesterday the board of directors approved a plan to increase tolls over 5 years. right now it costs fastrak drivers 7-dollars to cross the bridge... as of july first that will go up by 35 cents. every year for the next five years... it will increase by 25 cents. so by 2023 a fastrak driver will by 8.75 and pay as you go drivers will pay nine dollars. but if you don't use fastrak or pay as you go... the bridge will send you a bill for 9.75.
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says it conducted extensive public outreach to educate the public about the plan. but they say compared to years past, very few people chimed in. ( will ) some c-v-s stores in the bay area are now selling products made with c-b-d. that's the non- psychoactive component of cannabis. kron 4's justine waldman has details on the drug store chains move to market marijuana-related products. there is a long list of cbd products on-sale at cvs .. they include- creams, sprays and roll-ons.the hemp-products will be available in 8 states, including california.some items are now on the shelves at this marin city cvs. the large drug-store chain made the move to as it says " meet consumer demand for alternative care options."cvs customers kron 4 news spoke with seemed pleased with the decision.sot i think is going to help people and think people should not be afraid of it this is the healing of a nationsot you come here to get your rx it makes it easier i
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am all for itsot personally this makes sense to me it is medicinal benefits ah!cbd gets credit for its medicinal benefits.soon, about 800 stores will carry cbd products over-the-counter.cvs is not selling any supplements or food with cbd... so no gummies at the checkout counter.and the store says it will comply with the law, including testing for thc.justine waldman kron 4 news. ( will ) a government watchdog says fema wrongly released the information of 2 point 3 million survivors of disasters... including california wildfires in a massive data breach. the information of victims of hurricanes harvey, irma and maria were also released. authorities say the breach occurred in 2017 when fema was working with a contractor that
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helps provide temporary housing to those affected by disasters. information, like names, last four digits of a social security number are required to confirm eligibility. but fema also provided the contractor bank names, electronic funds transfer numbers and bank transit numbers. the watchdog says the victims could be vulnerable to identity theft. fema officials say they are changing how they deliver information to avoid giving too much information and it will be completed by 2020. ( will ) some supervisors in san francisco are looking to shutdown juvenile hall and replace it with a state of the art facility. supervisors hillary ronen and shamann walton plan to introduce legislation in april, to have the facility closed in 2021 .. they say, it is an
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ineffective way to deal with juvenile offenders. they say it would be better to spend the millions of dollars annually.. on a state of the art facility ... with improved rehabilitation for young offenders. ( will ) ( will ) ronen envisions a new type of facility which focuses on therapy and education for at -risk youth. the full board is expected to address the matter at the end of may.. ( will ) governor gavin newsom is taking executive action for fire prevention in vulnerable parts of the state. lonnie wong shows us where the work is happening and how soon it will begin. newsom: "we go to step up our game..." governor gavin newsom says this yearús fire season is just around the corner. he announced an ambitious fire prevention plan
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in middletown in the heart of lake county which suffered the first of a series of massive wildfires in 2015. it is still recovering after 60 percent of the county was burned... since then there have been other catastrophic wildfires newsom 'iúm signing a proclamation declaring an emergency in advance of an emergency... newsomús proclamation allows fast tracking prescribed burns, clearing out fire breaks, and manage forests, in the most vulnerable areas. newsom 'projects that could take two years, we can do them in 2 months it also means doing faster environmental reviews. newsom 'iúve made no bones about the fact if we can fast track ceqa for football stadiums and arenas, we can do so to save lives among the other initiatives, the plan helps local officials organize and prepare for disasters, and provides 50 million dollars to mobilize volunteer groups like americorps which have always responded to the need for help. karen baker, california
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volunteers...'thats why the governor is initating this california for all emergency campaign because heús going to be galvanizing all these individuals who want to be a part of preparing their community. lonnie 'the governor says the cost in lives and property from a catastrophic wildfire can be massive, and itús much cheaper to invest in prevention efforts. in lake county, lonnie wong ( will ) ( will ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... san francisco international airport.airport. (dave)a frontal boundary will
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move from northwest to southeast across the early saturday, resulting in widespread rainfall. mainly dry conditions are expected over the weekend with unsettled weather likely to return during at least the first half of next week. ( will )( will ) ( will ) march is "save your
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vision month". your eyes age just like your skin and....and there are some risks for chronic diseases. our health expert, karen owoc, is here with some anti- aging tips for your eyes.
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cataract risk factors ultraviolet radiation from sunlightá diabetes á hypertensioná overweightá smoking; alcoholism age-related macular age-related age-related macular degeneration (amd) risk factors family historyfactors(amd)
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risk degeneration macular degeneration (amd) risk degeneration macular age-related age-related
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age-related macular degeneration (amd) risk factors family historyá chronic inflammationá femaleá light-colored irisesá far-sightedness
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plant pigments that protect studies show lutein and zeaxanthin can:á lower the need for cataract surgery by up to 20%á reduce the risk for age-related macular degeneration (amd) by up to 40%
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sources of lutein and zeaxanthinper 100 grams (about 1/2 cup):1. spinach (about 1/2 cup):1. spinach (cooked) = 15.7 mg2. swiss chard (cooked) = 11.0 mg3. collard greens (cooked) = 10.9 mg4. mustard greens (cooked) 4. mustard greens (cooked) = 10.4 mg5. sweet red peppers = 5.8 mg6. kale (cooked) = 5.0 mg7. romaine lettuce = 2.3 mg8. egg yolk, one = 1.1 mg8. egg yolk, one lettuce = 2.3 mg8. egg yolk, one = 1.1 mg9. corn (cooked) = 0.9 mg10. carrots (raw) = 0.3 m = 0.3 m
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the takeaway: caring for your eyes includes paying special attention to what you eat. eat at least 5 to 9 servings of colorful fruits and vegetables daily to consume adequate amounts of lutein (at least 6 mg per day) + zeaxanthin in addition to other healthful nutrients.
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( will ) a california teenager is celebrating after she earned a perfect score on the a-c-t. the 17-year-old from folsom says she practiced the college admissions test every day. she says she even surprised herself with the outstanding achievement. ( will ) the high school junior has not started applying to universities yet.. but she hopes the high score will help her stand out. ( will ) only one big movie opens in theaters this weekend
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... and it could knock "captain marvel" from the top spot at the box office. here's david daniel with a preview. "if you want to get crazy, we can get crazy." (nat)fans of "get out" have been dying to know what jordan peele would do next, and it appears "us" won't disappoint them. critics are raving about the horror flick, and analysts are expecting an opening weekend anywhere from 38-to-50 million dollars. anywhere in that range would top "get out's" debut of 33-milli... and it could be enough to dethrone "captain marvel" as the box office champ. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( will ) check out this job offer. you can make a you can make a thousand dollars in just two days... all you have to do is binge watch all 20 movies in the marvel cinematic universe before the new avengers movie comes out next month. the website behind the offer is
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looking for somebody to watch all of the movies consecutively... without stopping to sleep... and live tweet about the experience. the movies combined are more than 40 hours long. if you are willing... we have a link to apply on our website at kron 4 dot com. ( will ) you have a chance tonight to win the seventh largest jackpot in u-s history. nobody won thursday's powerball... and the jackpot has now climbed to an estimated 625-million dollars. if you choose the lump sum-- the payout would be more than 380 million before taxes. but the odds of winning are one in 292 million to one. tonight's drawing is at eight. adlib seven day.day.
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adlib seven adlib seven day. adlib seven eight. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ... and tonight for kron 4
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