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embarcadero.look at the here is a live ( will ) ( will ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( will ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)dry and mild weather will continue through sunday evening. periods of rain are expected from late sunday night through at least thursday of next week as a series of storm systems
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impact northern and central california. dry weather may return late in the week and into next weekend.
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( will ) happening this morning...a portion of highway 101 in san mateo is closed while pg&e performs some work in the area. you can expect delays on highway 101 between state highway 92 and kehoe avenue. crews are working on high-voltage power lines in the area. the on-ramp at northbound fashion island is also closed. a detour is in place. its expected to reopen at 9 this morning. ( will ) if you live in the north bay a major highway is closed right now. highway 37 just east of highway 121 remains closed for emergency repair work to a railroad crossing. kron4's dan thorn shows us what sections are affected and how to avoid the area until it reopens later this morning. crews hard a work to repair a
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railroad crossing along highway 37 near sears point.. the heavily used stretch of road was forced to close in both directions saturday night..sot: so we're replacing all the concrete crossing panels and both of the rails that cross the road and we're going to raise that section of track at the same time and pave out about 30 foot in either direction to make a nice smooth transition for traffic.. jake struder with northwestern pacific railroad says this emergency work is because of this broken piece of rail..the jagged metal could've been dangerous to not only trains but traffic..nats. the bulk of the construction work involves heavy duty vehicles...meanwhile, drivers are being told to watch for detours..plan ahead and take alternate routes..during this closure west bound highway 37 traffic should use northbound highway 29 to westbound sr-12 to southbound highway 121. drivers can re-enter westbound 37 at the highway 121/37 interchange. eastbound 37 drivers should use northbound 121 to eastbound highway 12 to southbound highway 29. do this before re-entering highway 37 at the highway 29/37 interchange..
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( will ) that was dan ( will ) ( will ) that was dan throne reporting. the emergency repair work is expected to wrap up at 10 this morning. ( will ) we continue to follow breaking news out of san francisco. four people were shot in a san francisco... leaving one person dead. three others were transported to the hospital... but their conditions are not known. police say it happened around 8:40 satruday night in the 1300 block of fillmore. that's near fillmore an eddy street in the city's western addition. the circumstances are unknown right now. we are not aware of any arrests that have been made. ( will ) breaking overnight --- one woman died in a house
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fire in redwood city. another person was injured in the fire... but his injuries are not believed to be life threatening. it was first reported a little after 10 last night on jackson avenue. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. ( will ) and in contra costa county --- a 61-year-old man died early this morning in a house fire in el sobrante. fire crews pulled the man from the fire around 3-45 this morning --- but he died at the scene. officials say no one else was inside the home at the time. the cause is under investigation. ( will ) happening today --- democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders will be in the bay area. the vermont senator has been campaigning in the state all week --- including stops in san diego and l-a yesterday.
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increase in hate crimes. and let's be clear this is not just an american phenomenon, it is taking place throughout the world."> he is having a campaign rally today in san francisco at great meadows park at fort mason. it's scheduled to begin at 12-30 this afternoon --- doors open at 11 this morning. ( will ) still to come on the kron4 morning news... we are waiting to find out what parts of the mueller report will be released. and it could happen as soon as today. ( will ) plus a nightmare on a cruise ship after it lost an engine forcing an evacuation of hundreds of passengers...hu ndreds are still on board. ( will ) and a look at the sports that could have your child spending more time with a doctor than on the field. < ella: i'm ella sogomonian - we've been telling you a lot about kron-on.. the bay area's only commercial free streaming news service...
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but the kron on app gives you a lot more than just live local breaking news around the clock. it also gives you on-demand access to the kron 4 archives... that includes people behaving badly. plus - all the in-depth award winning bay area documentaries produced by kron 4.. and if you've ever wondered what's it is like to work in a newsroom.. we've posted every episode of the backstory. and that's just a small sample of what you'll get with the kron on app. it's available on iphones, ipads, apple tv, android devices and amazon fire. ( will ) a helicopter made
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an emergency landing yesterday at a k-mart parking lot in redwood city. the plane landed two miles from the san carlos airport. the pilot reported a mechanical issue around 4:30 and then made a safe, controlled landing in the parking lot on veterans boulevard. mechanics from the airport was able to make the repairs and the helicopter was back in the air. no one was hurt. ( will ) go fund me is shutting down any campaigns that promote "misingformation" about vaccines. it has a policy that prohibits users from making health claims that have not been approved or verified by regulatory agencies. the move to specifically ban anti- vaccination campaigns comes
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after companies like facebook, instagram, pinterest and youtube have removed similar content. health officials have blamed high-profile outbreaks of measles earlier this year on unvaccinated people. ( will ) 4 your health this morning...a new government report lists the sports most likely to send your little ones to the e-r with a traumatic brain injury. melisa raney runs through the list in today's health minute. whether on the grid iron.... or on the playground... kids of all ages remain at risk of traumatic brain injuriesthe injuries can cause long-term physical, emotional and cognitive consequencesand a young person's developing nervous system and thinner skull can put them at higher risk of these effectsaccording to a c-d-c report, t-b-i's sent nearly 2 million kids to the emergency room between 2010 and 2016the leading causes...footballbicycling basketballplayground activities and soccerwhile all these activities carried a risk... contact sports resulted in nearly twice as many emergency visitsthe c-d-c says boys are
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twice as likely as girls to get a brain injurythe risk also increases with age...with kids between 10 and 17 having the highest ratethe c-d-c has issued guidelines on their website for diagnosing and treating kids with traumatic brain injuriesfot today's health minute... i'm melisa raney. ( dave )
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keep it real. keep it tyson any'tizers. here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)dry and mild weather will continue through sunday evening. periods of rain are expected from late sunday night through at least thursday of next week as a series of storm systems impact northern and central
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california. dry weather may return late in the week and into next weekend.
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( will ) in sonoma county... someone is breaking into many cars in healdsburg.... so be careful and take out your valuables.. kron 4's gayle ong has the story healdsburg police are warning drivers to secure their vehicle after several reports of car thefts. one incident happened on tuesday night and surveillance video captured a person walking up to a driveway and checking for unlocked cars. the person is then seen getting into one of the vehicles and looking around inside. it's unclear whether they took anything, but the individual then moves to another parked vehicle that appears to be locked.residents say healdsburg is a tight-knit community where everyone knows and looks out for each other. "everybody knows each other and passes the word around so it's only 25,000 people who live in healdsburg city," christopher huber said.huber said he is not surprised about the recent thefts because it happened to him. "i have in the past because i left my car opened," he said. officers say most of the thefts that were reported involved unlocked cars.
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(álandingá) ( will ) we are getting dramatic images from a cruise ship --- stranded off the coast of norway. nearly 13- hundred passengers and crew are still on the boat in extremely rough seas. we've gotten reports of waves reaching 25 to 30 feet high. all the boats engines shut off --- leaving the ship and its passengers at the mercy of the rough sea. 400 passengers have been air-lifted to safety, one at a time, by helicopters. two american passengers that were rescued tell us what they saw onboard before being air-lifted out. jan terbruegen, american
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passenger: "furniture would slide across the room slide back and with it came people and glass. it was a very dangerous situation frankly. few people got hurt so."beth clark, american passenger: "we have some friends that are still onboard. two couples one couple decided to stay. the other couple decided to take a helicopter out. that was probably less than an hour ago. so we are hoping they'll get here to the hotel." reporter: "when were you told that you had to abandon the ship?"jan: "happened rather quickly. we were trying to stay lower in the ship towards the center just because it was a recipe for seasickness. and then they called master stations and within half an hour we figured out that we're getting off here. we could see that we were getting blown in towards some rocks. that was the most frightening thing i think. but luckily that wasn't our destiny."beth: "the guy came down from the helicopter one of the coast guards snapped my belt and said hold it and shot me up about 100 feet in the air and onto the helicopter."jan: "they didn't leave us enough time to be as scary as we probably should have been."beth: "i was more terrified of hitting the blades. i didn't look down so that was my big fear. everyone had their different fears. that was mine but they were awesome. i mean as soon as they hoisted you up he grabbed me and pulled me in like a sack of potatoes and drug me
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to the back of the helicopter. he was next. i can't get over how magnificent the crew was on the ship. the national guard and how kind the norway folks people have been spent. like. just shocking how wonderful people are." wonderful people just shocking how been spent. like. folks people have been spent. like. just shocking how wonderful people are." (álandingá)( will ) ( will ) some promising news this morning --- 3 of the ship's four engines are back up and working again. and tug boats are out there, helping to tow the boat back to shore. but they have to act quickly --- as the boat is in notoriously dangerous seas off the coast of norway. and
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another storm is moving into the area. ( will ) just ahead in sports....the warriors took on the dallas mavericks at oracle.....we'll have those highlights....next.... (ácommercialá)
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come on home to cracker barrel. so, come on home reynold's kitchens™ hasfrustration for good.rap to celebrate, award winner jeff russo composed the world's shortest victory song. [sfx: victory song plays] yes! this is the good stuff™ the warriors....fresh off of a
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drubbing of the indiana pacers....figured to do the same tonight to the lowly dallas mavericks.....>but that's why you play the game....and the mavs had a different plan in mind......> get this ---- dirk made his oracle arena debut on february 7th, 1999....it was his second career nba game...he had 16 points.....>this could be his final game in oracle and he really turned back the clocks on the dubs tonight......> mav's jumped ahead early.....dirk from beyond the arc....they would go on a 16-5 run to start the 1st....>3rd quarter....nowitzki again....draining threes left and right.....i mean even if you're a dubs fan...this is so cool to see....>4th quarter....dirk....finishing the night with 5 treys and 21 points for the mavericks....> golden state falls to dallas.....126-91....on possibly dirk nowitzki's final night at oracle....>steve kerr reacts thoughts on tonight's loss to dallas...> "well, defensively, we were not connected. we weren't talking and we got off to that slow start, and dallas is always a hard team to guard. i mean, they execute well and i think they made 12 threes in the first half, 21 for the game. lot of miscommunication. but, we just couldn't pull together after that slow start
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and we could never get any traction in the game. so, we just got to flush this one down the toilet and move on to tomorrow. not much else to do." march madness time....mark few and the gonzaga bulldogs taking on scott drew and the baylor bears....>1st half....gonzaga's brandon clarke....with the wide open lane....showing off his power with the two handed slam....bulldogs up by 9....> 2nd half....gonzaga's killian tillie misses the dunk....but clarke recovers it and slams it in....clarke led the bulldogs with 36 points....6 for 8 from the three....> gonzaga defeats baylor....83- 71....and will take on the 4th seed florida state seminoles next thursday....>let's go to the college kids....game of the tournament so far....lsu
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maryland....winner goes to the sweet 16....>under a minute to go....we have a tie game....skyler mays....from nba range....puts his squad up three.....>but the terps answer....anthony cowan gets into the lane and finds a wide open jalen smith in the corner.....big time shot from the freshman.....>under 10 to go.....tremont waters uses the screen....gets into the lane and scores the game- winner.....lsu survives and advances...they'll head to washington dc for the sweet 16.....>let's go to the college kids....game of the tournament so far....lsu maryland....winner goes to the sweet 16....>under a minute to go....we have a tie game....skyler mays....from nba range....puts his squad up three.....>but the terps answer....anthony cowan gets into the lane and finds a wide open jalen smith in the corner.....big smith in the corner.....big time shot from the freshman.....>under 10 to go.....tremont waters uses the screen....gets into the lane and scores the game- winner.....lsu survives and advances...they'll head to washington dc for the sweet 16.....>the lakers are officially out of playoff contention.....after their loss to the brooklyn nets last night......>lebron james....for the first time in
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14 years....since 2005....will not appear in the playoffs this year....>before this.....lebron had appeared in 13 straight playoffs....> the oakland raiders have a new backup quarterback.....>after releasing aj mccarron last week....the team signed former buc and former bear....mike glennon....>glennon spent last year backing up josh rosen with the arizona he is orginally a third round pick by the bucs in 2013....> ( will ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge.. (ácommercialá) oh! oh!
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yes! this is the good stuff™ ( will ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( will ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)dry and mild weather will continue through sunday evening. periods of rain are expected from late sunday night through at least thursday of next week as a series of storm systems impact northern and central california. dry weather may return late in the week and into next weekend.
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( will ) a loaded gun magazine caused a security scare at san francisco international airport. flights were grounded yesterday and some boarding areas were shutdown. here's kron 4's philippe
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djegal with the story. for about an hour... two checkpoints in terminal three and another in the international terminal at san francisco international airport were shutdown early saturday morning. this while law enforcement tracked down a passenger who just been flagged by transportation security administration agents -- who noticed a loaded gun magazine in the passenger's bag.nats- the ordeal caused major delays and long lines. passengers were prevented from entering some boarding areas.nick martin/traveler- "it was a bit, um, a lot of confusion, so all of the, all of the tsa guards sort of yelled breach." and, while the search was underway to find the passenger in question... flights not already on the taxiway were grounded.nats- the t-s-a agents initially pulled the wrong bag for inspection at a screening.. so, the passenger involved took their luggage with the loaded magazine into the terminal.nick martin/traveler- "we had thought originally that somebody was waiting for their bags, tsa saw that there was something in there that they were discussing and that
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that person had just bolted and run because they were anxious about getting caught, but it does seem like now that that person didn't realize that they had packed their loaded magazine." eventually, the t-s-a agents were able to track that person down. travelers impacted by the incident took to social media to share their experiences and frustrations. one person saying they saw a man dragged away by law enforcement... another remarking how little communication was coming from the airport about the situation. long lines and long delays drawing the ire of someone else waiting to board a flight. an aiport duty manager says the passenger had the gun magazine in his carry-on bag after visiting a shooting range. once located, he was re-screened and allowed to leave. philippe djegal, kron four news. ( will ) san francisco is on the list of the fbi's highest child sex trafficking areas in the u-s. the event called "dare to fight back against human trafficking," was held yesterday at dominican university in san rafael. activists...
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police officers and legal professionals were all at the event that focused on human trafficking awareness. speakers included a trafficking survivor, young activists, and legal professionals. organizers also showed a film produced by a teen survivor and activist. ( will ) the f-b-i considers human trafficking to be the third-largest criminal activity in the world. ( will ) today...members of congress could get their first glimpse into the principal conclusions within special counsel robert mueller's report to the attorney general. until then, democrats are already positioning themselves to get
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as much information on mueller's probe as possible. karin caifa has the story. attorney general bill barr -- spent saturday at the office -- working to get principal conclusions of special counsel robert mueller's 22-month investigation -- to congress. with him -- deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and a select few advisers, a justice official said.the number of people with knowledge of what's in mueller's report -- remains few.house democrats kickstarted their post-report strategy with a caucus-wide conference call saturday afternoon.they want full transparency -- the full report and underlying documents -since it's justice department policy to not indict a sitting president. rep. steve cohen / -d- tennessee: "there might be something in there saying that he would if there were not those regulations, or that there was proof but not sufficient proof to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt."republican allies of president trump -- also eager to see the report -- and pointing to the close of mueller's investigation, with no further indictments.rep. chris stewart / -r- utah: "i'm relieved. i'm relieved for the president. i'm relieved, importantly, for dozens of people who have had this cloud hanging over their head for
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two years now."the white house -- has said little since friday.and the president -- surrounded by a larger group of aides than a typical mar-a- lago weekend -- uncharacterist ically quiet -- including on twitter.in washington, i'm karin caifa. ( will ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...the action a california university is looking to take as the fallout over the college admission scandal continues.
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admission scandal fallout continues as more cases of fraud are being discovered. now u-s-c is thinking of revoking degrees for some alumni. laurie perez has the story. if you're there by fraud, what right have your really to be there at all?attorney steve meister says usc can and should take away the degrees of any alum found to have gotten in by fraud.ácaná, he says: because colleges have broad discretion to protect the system by which degrees are awardedand áshouldá because:if they don't do it they undermine the integrity of any degree they award to anyone else.anyone who looks at that degree is gonna wonder about the integrity of the admissions process for the person who's holding that degree.tmz is reporting usc has eight suspicious cases where alums used admission scam ring leader rick singer's servicesand is considering revoking the degrees of any alums involved.some usc students we spoke with were,
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perhaps surprisingly, forgiving:i don't think they should take away their degree if they completed their course work and did it while they were at sc, but yeah there should be some penalty to some extent."i think it depends on a case to case basis probably." "i don't know there has to be some sort of consequences, can't go through the system the wrong way and have this rewarding, the same rewards, 04 so i mean they have to figure something out."one student suggested something akin to major league baseball's asteriskkeep the degree but with a checkmark: "it kinda falls under the degrees of like barry bonds you're gonna take his records away just cause he took steroids?"meister is less charitable, saying even students who claim they didn't know their parents were cheating to get them inshould lose their degree:you give a second break to the kid who never should have gotten the first oneat everyone else's expense and it has to stop. "first they were victims of parents who didn't believe in them and now they're victims of what their parents did to them but that doesn't mean just because you're a victim of something doesn't mean that everything is going to work out your way." ( will ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... san francisco international airport. this is loma linda,
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a place with one of the highest life expectancies in the country. you see so many people walking around here in their hundreds. so how do you stay financially well for all those extra years? well, you have to start planning as early as possible. we all need to plan, for 18 years or more, of retirement. i don't have a whole lot saved up, but i'm working on it now. i will do whatever i need to do. plan your financial life with prudential. bring your challenges. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (dave)dry and mild weather will continue through sunday evening. periods of rain are expected from late sunday night through at least thursday of next week as a series of storm systems
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impact northern and central california. dry weather may return late in the week and into next weekend. tahiti is one of those bucket list vacations many those bucket list tahiti is one of
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tahiti is one of those bucket list vacations many travelers dream about. but the cost of getting to paradise is changing. travel enthusiast dana rebmann joins us now..((2 shot)) we're very lucky in the bay area. countless flights give us easy access to just about everywhere in the world. but one of the newer options to tahiti is also surprisingly budget friendly.((take vo tape 1)) (aerials)cg2=the window seatthe islands of tahiti halfway between california and
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australia, it's about an eight hour flight. it's images like these, with water every shade of blue, that makes most of us long to visit. tahiti is in the same time zone as hawaii, so jet lag shouldn't be a serious issue. (you don't cross the international date line.)low-cost, long-haul airline, french bee offers non-stop flights from sfo to tahiti two to three times a week, starting at $330 each way. it's a la carte flying, and you get what you pay for.a basic ticket comes with a carry-on (26 pounds), but nothing else. if you want a soda, cup of coffee, or a meal, you have to pay for it. french bee only hatwo planes, so if a flight is delayed or cancelled, there aren't as many alternatives as there would with a major airline, but for the price is right.((wipe vo tape 2)) (jet skis and underwater footage) cg2= jet ski snorkelmooreaand
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stretching your budget in the air, means you can splurge when you're on the ground, or in the water. welcome to moorea, one of the most popular of tahiti's 118 islands and atolls, and where snorkeling tours operate off of jet skis. along with colorful coral and fish, you can splash around with sting rays and blacktip reef sharks. you spend about three hours on the water with moorea activities center. ($208 jet skis, $208 atv, $275 combo per person)((wipe vo tape 3)) (atv/coastal views from above) cg2= atv toursmooreabut if you're up for more, once you dry off a bit, you can head inland on atvs. you'll roll through pineapple plantations, visit a farm stand scooping ice cream, a juice factory that mixes in some rum for good measure, and be treated to some postcard worthy views at spots like magic mountain. ($208 jet skis, $208 atv, $275 combo per person)((wipe vo tape 4)) (farm fields & cooking class)cg2= culinary tour & cooking classmooreafood is big part of life in moorea. so many things don't just grow, they thrive here. pineapples grow so fast here,
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farmers can harvest three times a year. think bananas, sweet grapefruit, papayas, guavas, and i've never seen avocados so big. think the size of a salad plate. when she's not cooking, the chef and owner of lilikoi garden cafe runs culinary tours. but in addition to orchards and shrimp farms, she'll take you to her favorite beach, and where to get a whipped glass of pineapple juice with a view. the tour ends in the kitchen at moorea beach lodge, where you learn how to make some classic island recipes. ($85 per person)((wipe vo tape 5)) ( )cg2= culinary tour & cooking classmoorea and that reminds me of another quick budget-friendly tip to pass along. moorea beach lodge is what's considered a tahitian guesthouse. smaller, and typically family-operated, there's only 12 bungalows, but a night here will run you substantially less than if you stayed in a large resort. with sunsets like this, you don't feel like you're missing out. (rates starting at $234 per night) (ácommercialá)
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yes! this is the good stuff™ with expedia, i saved when i added a hotel to our flight. so even when she grows up, she'll never outgrow the memory of our adventure. unlock savings when you add select hotels to your existing trip. only with expedia. ( will ) there's a mansion for sale just outside of sacramento that includes a time capsule. the home in rosemont was built in 18-98. mike teselle gives us a look. natsonce you see the way cassie decker transformed the 120-year old manlove mansion... maybe you'll react like others....cassie decker/selling mansion:"they are stunned. absolutely stunned. they can't believe this is the same house or the same property."three years ago, decker took over an overgrown 2-and-a-half-acre property surrounding the neglected victorian built in 1898... and transformed into this.cara ryan/realtor: "i'm absolutely shocked. i'm
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shocked. seeing the very first photos she has of it -- it's a completely different house. completely different."inside, cassie restored all the original wood... restored the fixtures... restored all the original stained glass.she kept pieces of history like the old telegraph poles outside and the old telephone hook-up in the basement untouched.but perhaps the biggest gem in this story happened next...cassie decker/selling mansion:"i was stunned and i was going through it and i just couldn't even speak."during the restoration project... contractors found this time capsule hidden in old chimney. inside... pictures... a still intact sprig of hops and a letter dated august 1916 highlighting that year's hops harvest.cassie decker/selling mansion:"i couldn't believe that somebody actually did that 100 years ago. it was almost a 100 years to the day when we found the time capsule because it was placed in there in 1916 and we found it in 2017."and now she's decided to pass this unreplacable piece of history to whoever buys this transformed home. ( will ) that was ( will ) home.transformed this whoever buys this transformed home.
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( will ) that was ámike teselleá reporting. the home... plus time capsule is on the market for 1 point 2 million ( will ) once again, no one matched all six numbers in the powerball drawing. that pushes the jackpot up to 750 million dollars! so all is not lost. there were several winners who matched five numbers. double check your tickets. the winning numbers are: 24, 25, 52, 60, and 66 and the powerball is 5. the next powerball drawing is wednesday. ( dave )
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( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather.
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(dave)dry and mild weather will continue through sunday evening. periods of rain are expected from late sunday night through at least thursday of next week as a series of storm systems impact northern and central california. dry weather may return late in the week and into next weekend. ( will ) ( will ) if you live in the
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north bay a major highway is closed right now. highway 37 just east of highway 121 remains closed for emergency repair work to railroad crossing. kron4's dan thorn shows us what sections are affected and how to avoid the area until it reopens later this morning. crews hard a work to repair a railroad crossing along highway 37 near sears point.. the heavily used stretch of road was forced to close in both directions saturday night..sot: so we're replacing all the concrete crossing panels and both of the rails that cross the road and we're going to raise that section of
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track at the same time and pave out about 30 foot in either direction to make a nice smooth transition for traffic.. jake struder with northwestern pacific railroad says this emergency work is because of this broken piece of rail..the jagged metal could've been dangerous to not only trains but traffic..nats. the bulk of the construction work involves heavy duty vehicles...meanwhile, drivers are being told to watch for detours..plan ahead and take alternate routes..during this closure west bound highway 37 traffic should use northbound highway 29 to westbound sr-12 to southbound highway 121. drivers can re-enter westbound 37 at the highway 121/37 interchange. eastbound 37 drivers should use northbound 121 to eastbound highway 12 to southbound highway 29. do this before re-entering highway 37 at the highway 29/37 interchange.. ( will ) that was dan throne
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reporting. the emergency repair work is expected to wrap up at 10 this morning. ( will ) we continue to follow breaking news out of san francisco. four people were shot in a san francisco... leaving one person dead. three others were transported to the hospital... but their conditions are not known. police say it happened around 8:40 satruday night in the 1300 block of fillmore. that's near fillmore an eddy street in the city's western addition. the circumstances are unknown right now. we are not aware of any arrests that have been made. ( will ) breaking overnight --- one woman died in a house fire in redwood city. another person was injured in the fire... but his injuries are not believed to be life threatening. it was first reported a little after 10 last night on jackson avenue. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. ( will ) and in contra costa
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county --- a 61-year-old man died early this morning in a house fire in el sobrante. fire crews pulled the man from the fire around 3-45 this morning --- but he died at the scene. officials say no one else was inside the home at the time. the cause is under investigation. ( will ) happening today --- democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders will be in the bay area. the vermont senator has been campaigning in the state all week --- including stops in san diego and l-a yesterday. he is having a campaign rally today in san francisco at great meadows park at fort mason. it's scheduled to
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begin at 12-30 this afternoon --- doors open at 11 this morning. ( will ) new this morning....seven teenagers in san mateo are facing charges after police say they were caught rummaging through a stolen car. it happened friday morning on south fremont street. the group ran away when officers arrived. police say the teenagers were uncooperative when officers caught up with them. police say they fought with officers and gave them fake names. the teenagers range from ages 14 to 17...they are charged with possession of stolen property and obstructing a police officer. ( will ) still to come on the kron4 morning news... we are waiting to find out what parts of the mueller report will be released. ( will ) plus a nightmare on a cruise ship after it lost an engine forcing an evacuation of hundreds of passengers. ( will ) and we'll take a look at the sports that could have your child spending more
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time with a doctor than on the field. < ella: i'm ella sogomonian - we've been telling you a lot about kron-on.. the bay area's only commercial free streaming news service... but the kron on app gives you a lot more than just live local breaking news around the clock. it also gives you on-demand access to the kron 4 archives... that includes people behaving badly. plus - all the in-depth award winning bay area documentaries produced by kron 4.. and if you've ever wondered what's it is like to work in a newsroom.. we've posted every episode of the backstory. and that's just a small sample of what you'll get with the kron on app. it's available on ipho a helicopter made an
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emergency landing yesterday at a k-mart parking lot in redwood city. the plane landed two miles from the san carlos airport. the pilot reported a mechanical issue around 4:30 and then made a safe, controlled landing in the parking lot on veterans boulevard. mechanics from the airport was able to make the repairs and the helicopter was back in the air. no one was hurt.
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( will ) 4 your health this morning...a new government report lists the sports most likely to send your little ones to the e-r with a traumatic brain injury. melisa raney runs through the list in today's health minute. whether on the grid iron.... or on the playground... kids of all ages remain at risk of traumatic brain injuriesthe injuries can cause long-term physical, emotional and cognitive consequencesand a young person's developing nervous system and thinner skull can put them at higher risk of these effectsaccording to a c-d-c report, t-b-i's sent nearly 2 million kids to the emergency room between 2010 and 2016the leading causes...footballbicycling basketballplayground activities and soccerwhile all these activities carried a risk... contact sports resulted in nearly twice as many emergency visitsthe c-d-c says boys are twice as likely as girls to get a brain injurythe risk also increases with age...with kids between 10 and 17 having the highest ratethe c-d-c has issued guidelines on their website for diagnosing and treating kids with traumatic brain injuriesfot today's health minute... i'm melisa raney.
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( dave ) here's a live look at the
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embarcadero this morning.
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toss to weather. (dave)dry and mild weather will continue through sunday evening. periods of rain are expected from late sunday night through at least thursday of next week as a series of storm systems impact northern and central california. dry weather may return late in the week and into next weekend. weekend. into next weekend.
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( will ) new video out of sausalito -- where a rescue was caught on camera. it's hard to see everything because of the conditions... but if you look closely you can see a
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vehicle that has rolled over. the engine was actually smoking when these people walked up to it. they worked hard to get the woman inside out. eventually you see her pop her head out and she is okay. this happened in sausalito just north of the golden gate bridge near spencer avenue. the northbound lanes of highway 101. elvira gonzalez sent us this video and says the accident happened just before ten thirty last night. officers and fire crews arrived a short time later but again no one was hurt. (álandingá)( will ) we are getting dramatic images from a cruise ship --- stranded off cruise ship --- stranded off the coast of norway. nearly 13-hundred passengers and crew are still on the boat in extremely rough seas. we've gotten reports of waves reaching 25 to 30 feet high.
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all the boats engines shut off --- leaving the ship and its passengers at the mercy of the rough sea. 400 passengers have been air-lifted to safety, one at a time, by helicopters. two american passengers that were rescued tell us what they saw onboard before being air-lifted out. jan terbruegen, american passenger: "furniture would slide across the room slide back and with it came people and glass. it was a very dangerous situation frankly. few people got hurt so."beth clark, american passenger: "we have some friends that are still onboard. two couples one couple decided to stay. the other couple decided to take a helicopter out. that was probably less than an hour ago. so we are hoping they'll get here to the hotel." reporter: "when were you told that you had to abandon the ship?"jan: "happened rather quickly. we were trying to stay lower in the ship towards the center just because it was a recipe for seasickness. and then they called master
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stations and within half an hour we figured out that we're getting off here. we could see that we were getting blown in towards some rocks. that was the most frightening thing i think. but luckily that wasn't our destiny."beth: "the guy came down from the helicopter one of the coast guards snapped my belt and said hold it and shot me up about 100 feet in the air and onto the helicopter."jan: "they didn't leave us enough time to be as scary as we probably should have been."beth: "i was more terrified of hitting the blades. i didn't look down so that was my big fear. everyone had their different fears. that was mine but they were awesome. i mean as soon as they hoisted you up he grabbed me and pulled me in like a sack of potatoes and drug me to the back of the helicopter. he was next. i can't get over how magnificent the crew was on the ship. the national guard and how kind the norway folks people have been spent. like. just shocking how wonderful people are." (álandingá)( will ) some ( will ) some
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promising news this morning --- 3 of the ship's four engines are back up and working again. and tug boats are out there, helping to tow the boat back to shore. but they have to act quickly --- as the boat is in notoriously dangerous seas off the coast of norway. and another storm is moving into the area. ( will ) just ahead in sports....the warriors took on the dallas mavericks at oracle.....we'll have those highlights....next....
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(áábreakáá) the warriors....fresh off of a drubbing of the indiana pacers....figured to do the same tonight to the lowly dallas mavericks.....>but that's why you play the game....and the mavs had a different plan in mind......> get this ---- dirk made his oracle arena debut on february 7th, 1999....it was his second career nba game...he had 16 points.....>this could be his final game in oracle and he really turned back the clocks on the dubs tonight......> mav's jumped ahead early.....dirk from beyond the arc....they would go on a 16-5 run to start the 1st....>3rd quarter....nowitzki again....draining threes left and right.....i mean even if you're a dubs fan...this is so
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cool to see....>4th quarter....dirk....finishing the night with 5 treys and 21 points for the mavericks....> golden state falls to dallas.....126-91....on possibly dirk nowitzki's final night at oracle....>steve kerr reacts thoughts on tonight's loss to dallas...> "well, defensively, we were not connected. we weren't talking and we got off to that slow start, and dallas is always a hard team to guard. i mean, they execute well and i think they made 12 threes in the first half, 21 for the game. lot of miscommunication. but, we just couldn't pull together after that slow start and we could never get any traction in the game. so, we just got to flush this one down the toilet and move on to tomorrow. not much else to do." march madness time....mark few and the gonzaga bulldogs taking on scott drew and the baylor bears....>1st half....gonzaga's brandon clarke....with the wide open lane....showing off his power with the two handed
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slam....bulldogs up by 9....> 2nd half....gonzaga's killian tillie misses the dunk....but clarke recovers it and slams it in....clarke led the bulldogs with 36 points....6 for 8 from the three....> gonzaga defeats baylor....83- 71....and will take on the 4th seed florida state seminoles next thursday....>let's go to the college kids....game of the tournament so far....lsu maryland....winner goes to the sweet 16....>under a minute to go....we have a tie game....skyler mays....from nba range....puts his squad up three.....>but the terps answer....anthony cowan gets into the lane and finds a wide open jalen smith in the corner.....big time shot from the freshman.....>under 10 to go.....tremont waters uses the screen....gets into the lane and scores the game- winner.....lsu survives and advances...they'll head to washington dc for the sweet 16.....>let's go to the college kids....game of the tournament so far....lsu maryland....winner goes to the sweet 16....>under a minute to go....we have a tie
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game....skyler mays....from nba range....puts his squad up three.....>but the terps answer....anthony cowan gets into the lane and finds a wide open jalen smith in the corner.....big time shot from the freshman.....>under 10 to go.....tremont waters uses the screen....gets into the lane and scores the game- winner.....lsu survives and advances...they'll head to washington dc for the sweet 16.....>the lakers are officially out of playoff contention.....after their loss to the brooklyn nets last night......>lebron james....for the first time in 14 years....since 2005....will not appear in the playoffs this year....>before this.....lebron had appeared in 13 straight playoffs....> the oakland raiders have a new backup quarterback.....>after releasing aj mccarron last week....the team signed former buc and former bear....mike glennon....>glennon spent last year backing up josh rosen with the arizona cardinals....> he is orginally a third round pick by the bucs in 2013....> ( will ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate 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]
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♪ the home depot. more saving. more doing. here's a live look from our sutro camera. you should be looking at san francisco right now... ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)dry and mild weather will continue through sunday
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evening. periods of rain are expected from late sunday night through at least thursday of next week as a series of storm systems impact northern and central california. dry weather may return late in the week and into next weekend.
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magazine caused a security scare at san francisco international airport. flights were grounded yesterday and some boarding areas were shutdown. here's kron 4's philippe djegal with the story. for about an hour... two checkpoints in terminal three and another in the international terminal at san francisco international airport were shutdown early saturday morning. this while law enforcement tracked
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down a passenger who just been flagged by transportation security administration agents -- who noticed a loaded gun magazine in the passenger's bag.nats- the ordeal caused major delays and long lines. passengers were prevented from entering some boarding areas.nick martin/traveler- "it was a bit, um, a lot of confusion, so all of the, all of the tsa guards sort of yelled breach." and, while the search was underway to find the passenger in question... flights not already on the taxiway were grounded.nats- the t-s-a agents initially pulled the wrong bag for inspection at a screening.. so, the passenger involved took their luggage with the loaded magazine into the terminal.nick martin/traveler- "we had thought originally that somebody was waiting for their bags, tsa saw that there was something in there that they were discussing and that that person had just bolted and run because they were anxious about getting caught, but it does seem like now that that person didn't realize that they had packed their loaded magazine." eventually, the t-s-a agents were able to track that person down. travelers impacted by the incident took to social media to share their experiences and frustrations. one person saying they saw a man dragged away by law
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enforcement... another remarking how little communication was coming from the airport about the situation. long lines and long delays drawing the ire of someone else waiting to board a flight. an aiport duty manager says the passenger had the gun magazine in his carry-on bag after visiting a shooting range. once located, he was re-screened and allowed to leave. philippe djegal, kron four news.four news.djegal, kron four news. ( will ) san francisco is on the list of the fbi's highest child sex trafficking areas in the u-s. the event called "dare to fight back against human trafficking," was held yesterday at dominican university in san rafael. activists... police officers and legal professionals were all at the event that focused on human trafficking awareness. speakers included a trafficking survivor, young
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activists, and legal professionals. organizers also showed a film produced by a teen survivor and activist. ( will ) the f-b-i considers human trafficking to be the third-largest criminal activity in the world. ( will ) today...members of congress could get their first glimpse into the principal conclusions within special counsel robert mueller's report to the attorney general. until then, democrats are already positioning themselves to get as much information on mueller's probe as possible. karin caifa has the story. attorney general bill barr -- spent saturday at the office -- working to get principal
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conclusions of special counsel robert mueller's 22-month investigation -- to congress. with him -- deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and a select few advisers, a justice official said.the number of people with knowledge of what's in mueller's report -- remains few.house democrats kickstarted their post-report strategy with a caucus-wide conference call saturday afternoon.they want full transparency -- the full report and underlying documents -since it's justice department policy to not indict a sitting president. rep. steve cohen / -d- tennessee: "there might be something in there saying that he would if there were not those regulations, or that there was proof but not sufficient proof to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt."republican allies of president trump -- also eager to see the report -- and pointing to the close of mueller's investigation, with no further indictments.rep. chris stewart / -r- utah: "i'm relieved. i'm relieved for the president. i'm relieved, importantly, for dozens of people who have had this cloud hanging over their head for two years now."the white house -- has said little since friday.and the president -- surrounded by a larger group of aides than a typical mar-a- lago weekend -- uncharacterist
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ically quiet -- including on twitter.in washington, i'm karin caifa. ( will ) coming up on the kron 4 morning news...the action a california university is looking to take as the fallout over the college admission scandal continues. wednesdays. at outback, they're for steak and beer.
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walkabout wednesdays are back! get a sirloin or chicken on the barbie, fries, and a draft beer or coca-cola - all for just $10.99. hurry in! wednesdays are for outback. outback steakhouse. aussie rules. ( will ) the college admission scandal fallout continues as more cases of fraud are being discovered. now u-s-c is thinking of
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revoking degrees for some alumni. laurie perez has the story. if you're there by fraud, what right have your really to be there at all?attorney steve meister says usc can and should take away the degrees of any alum found to have gotten in by fraud.ácaná, he says: because colleges have broad discretion to protect the system by which degrees are awardedand áshouldá because:if they don't do it they undermine the integrity of any degree they award to anyone else.anyone who looks at that degree is gonna wonder about the integrity of the admissions process for the person who's holding that degree.tmz is reporting usc has eight suspicious cases where alums used admission scam ring leader rick singer's servicesand is considering revoking the degrees of any alums involved.some usc students we spoke with were, perhaps surprisingly, forgiving:i don't think they should take away their degree if they completed their course work and did it while they were at sc, but yeah there should be some penalty to some
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extent."i think it depends on a case to case basis probably." "i don't know there has to be some sort of consequences, can't go through the system the wrong way and have this rewarding, the same rewards, 04 so i mean they have to figure something out."one student suggested something akin to major league baseball's asteriskkeep the degree but with a checkmark: "it kinda falls under the degrees of like barry bonds you're gonna take his records away just cause he took steroids?"meister is less charitable, saying even students who claim they didn't know their parents were cheating to get them inshould lose their degree:you give a second break to the kid who never should have gotten the first oneat everyone else's expense and it has to stop. "first they were victims of parents who didn't believe in them and now they're victims of what their parents did to them but that doesn't mean just because you're a victim of doesn't mean that everything is going to work out your way." ( will ) as we head (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) airport.international san francisco look outside... here's a live to break, as we head as we head as we head live look outside...sutro
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tower. dave spahr is here with your weather forecast. (dave)dry and mild weather will continue through sunday evening. periods of rain are
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expected from late sunday night through at least thursday of next week as a series of storm systems impact northern and central california. dry weather may return late in the week and into next weekend.
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tahiti is one of those bucket list vacations many travelers dream about. but the cost of getting to paradise is changing. travel enthusiast dana rebmann joins us now..((2 shot))we're very lucky countless flights give us easy access to just about everywhere in the world. but one of the newer options to tahiti is also surprisingly budget friendly.((take vo tape cg2=the window seatthe islands of tahitihalfway between california and australia, it's about an eight hour flight. it's images like these, with water every shade of blue, that makes most of us long to visit. tahiti is in the same time zone as hawaii, so jet lag shouldn't be a serious issue. (you don't cross the international date line.) low-cost, long-haul airline, non-stop flights from sfo to tahiti two to three times a week, starting at $330 each way. it's a la carte flying, and you get what you pay for.a basic ticket comes with a carry-on (26 pounds), but nothing else. if you want a soda, cup of coffee, or a meal, you have to pay for it. french bee only has two planes, so if a flight is
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delayed or cancelled, there aren't as many alternatives as there would with a major airline, but for the price is right.((wipe vo tape 2)) (jet skis and underwater footage) cg2= jet ski snorkelmooreaand stretching your budget in the air, means you can splurge when you're on the ground, or in the water. welcome to moorea, one of the most popular of tahiti's 118 islands and atolls, and where snorkeling tours operate off of jet skis. along with colorful coral and fish, you can splash around with sting rays and blacktip reef sharks. you spend about three hours on the water with moorea activities center. ($208 jet skis, $208 atv, $275 combo per person)((wipe vo tape 3)) (atv/coastal views from above) cg2= atv toursmooreabut if you're up for more, once you dry off a bit, you can head inland on atvs. you'll roll through pineapple plantations, visit a farm stand scooping ice cream, a juice factory that mixes in some rum for good measure, and be treated to some postcard worthy views like magic mountain. et skis, atv, $275 ccg2= culinary tour & cooclasfood is paof life a.so they thpineapples hrvtimes a year. thisweet ize of a late.not oking, thf lilcafe culinbut in ddor srishe'll take you ineapple with a kitcbeach ith a wherehow to make omisland rec ($85 per((wipe coclmoorea and tha remindsanothe tmoorea ahitian guesthousesmalle toperated, %theonlybungalows, b substantstayed in a resort.suns you do yout. (rates per nigh (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)
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( will ) there's a mansion for sale just outside of sacramento that includes a time capsule. the home in rosemont was built in 18-98. mike teselle gives us a look.
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nats once you see the way cassie decker transformed the 120-year old manlove mansion... there's a mansion for
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sale just outside of sacramento that includes a time capsule. the victorian home in rosemont was built in 18-98. its been three years since cassie a-half acre property and d- completely transformed it. she restored all of the original wood, the fixtures,
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and the original stained glass. she kept pieces of history like the old telegraph poles outside and the old telephone hook-up in the basement. but perhaps the biggest gem is the time capsule that contractors found hidden in an old chimney. inside are pictures... a still intact sprig of hops, and a letter dated august 1916 highlighting that year's hops harvest. she's decided to pass that piece of history to whoever buys the home. it is on the market for 1 point 2 million dollars. ( will ) no one won the big powerball jackpot last night. once again, no one matched all six numbers in the powerball drawing. that pushes the jackpot up to 750 million dollars! so all is
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not lost. there were several winners who matched five numbers. double check your tickets. the winning numbers are: 24, 25, 52, 60, and 66 and the powerball is 5. the next powerball drawing is wednesday. in case you are wondering...the lump-sum cash payout for a 750 million dollar jackpot is about 465 million dollars. ( dave )
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( marty ) here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)dry and mild weather will continue through sunday evening. periods of rain are expected from late sunday night through at least thursday of next week as a series of storm systems impact northern and central california. dry weather may
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return late in the week and into next weekend. ( will ) if you live in the north bay a major highway is closed
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right now. highway 37 just east of highway 121 remains closed for emergency repair work to a railroad crossing. kron4's dan thorn shows us what sections are affected and how to avoid the area until it reopens later this morning. crews hard a work to repair a railroad crossing along highway 37 near sears point.. the heavily used stretch of road was forced to close in both directions saturday night..sot: so we're replacing all the concrete crossing panels and both of the rails that cross the road and we're going to raise that section of track at the same time and pave out about 30 foot in either direction to make a nice smooth transition for traffic.. jake struder with northwestern pacific railroad says this emergency work is because of this broken piece of rail..the jagged metal could've been dangerous to not only trains but traffic..nats. the bulk of the construction work involves heavy duty vehicles...meanwhile, drivers are being told to watch for detours..plan ahead and take alternate routes..during this closure west bound highway 37 traffic should use northbound
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highway 29 to westbound sr-12 to southbound highway 121. drivers can re-enter westbound 37 at the highway 121/37 interchange. eastbound 37 drivers should use northbound 121 to eastbound highway 12 to southbound highway 29. do this before re-entering highway 37 at the highway 29/37 interchange.. ( will ) that was dan throne reporting. the emergency repair work is expected to wrap up at 10 this morning. ( will ) we continue to follow breaking news out of san francisco. four people were shot in a san francisco... leaving one person dead. three others were transported to the hospital... but their conditions are not known. police say it happened around 8:40 satruday night in the
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1300 block of fillmore. that's near fillmore an eddy street in the city's western addition. the circumstances are unknown right now. we are not aware of any arrests that have been made. ( will ) breaking overnight --- one woman died in a house fire in redwood city. another person was injured in the fire... but his injuries are not believed to be life threatening. it was first reported a little after 10 last night on jackson avenue. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. ( will ) and in contra costa county --- a 61-year-old man died early this morning in a house fire in el sobrante. fire crews pulled the man from the fire around 3-45 this morning --- but he died at the scene. officials say no one else was inside the home at the time. the cause is under investigation. ( will ) happening today --- democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders will be in the bay area. the vermont senator has been
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campaigning in the state all week --- including stops in san diego and l-a yesterday. he is having a campaign rally today in san francisco at great meadows park at fort mason. it's scheduled to begin at 12-30 this afternoon --- doors open at 11 this morning. ( will ) new this morning....seven teenagers in san mateo are facing charges after police say they were caught rummaging through a stolen car. it happened friday morning on south fremont street. the group ran away when officers arrived. police say the teenagers were uncooperative when
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officers caught up with them. police say they fought with officers and gave them fake names. the teenagers range from ages 14 to 17...they are charged with possession of stolen property and obstructing a police officer. ( will ) still to come on the kron4 morning news... we are waiting to find out what parts of the mueller report will be released. ( will ) plus a nightmare on a cruise ship after it lost an engine forcing an evacuaon of hundreds of passengers. ( will ) and we'll take a look at the sports that could have your child spending more time with a doctor than on the field. < ella: i'm ella sogomonian - we've been telling you a lot about kron-on.. the bay area's only commercial free streaming news service... but the kron on app gives you a lot more than just live local breaking news around the clock. it also gives you on-demand access to the kron 4 archives... that includes people behaving badly. plus
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- all the in-depth award winning bay area documentaries produced by kron 4.. and if you've ever wondered what's it is like to work in a newsroom.. we've posted every episode of the backstory. and that's just a small sample of what you'll get with the kron on app. it's available on iphones, ipads, apple tv, android devices and amazon fire. we're offering a 7 day free trial for new subscribers - visit kron-on-dot-tv to sign up.>
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a helicopter made an emergency landing yesterday at a k-mart parking lot in redwood city. the plane landed two miles from the san carlos airport. the pilot reported a mechanical issue around 4:30 and then made a safe, controlled landing in the parking lot on veterans boulevard. mechanics from the airport was able to make the repairs and the helicopter was back in the air. no one was hurt. ( will ) go fund me is shutting down any campaigns that promote "misingformation" about vaccines. it has a policy that prohibits users from making health claims that have not been approved or verified by regulatory agencies. the move to specifically ban anti- vaccination campaigns comes after companies like facebook,
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instagram, pinterest and youtube have removed similar content. health officials have blamed high-profile outbreaks of measles earlier this year on unvaccinated people. ( will ) 4 your health this morning...a new government report lists the sports most likely to send your little ones to the e-r with a traumatic brain injury. melisa raney runs through the list in today's health minute. whether on the grid iron.... or on the playground... kids of all ages remain at risk of traumatic brain injuriesthe injuries can cause long-term physical, emotional and cognitive consequencesand a young person's developing nervous system and thinner skull can put them at higher risk of these effectsaccording to a c-d-c report, t-b-i's sent nearly 2 million kids to the emergency room between 2010 and 2016the leading causes...footballbicycling basketballplayground activities and soccerwhile all these activities carried a risk... contact sports resulted in nearly twice as many emergency visitsthe c-d-c says boys are twice as likely as girls to get a brain injurythe risk also increases with age...with kids between 10 and 17 having the highest ratethe c-d-c has
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issued guidelines on their website for diagnosing and treating kids with traumatic brain injuriesfot today's health minute... i'm melisa raney. ( dave ) (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) ( marty ) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) ( dave ) ( dave )
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( marty ) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave)dry and mild weather will continue through sunday evening. periods of rain are expected from late sunday night through at least thursday of next week as a series of storm systems impact northern and central california. dry weather may return late in the week and into next weekend.
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( will ) ( will ) ( will ) ( will ) in sonoma
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county... someone is breaking into many cars in healdsburg.... so be careful and take out your valuables.. kron 4's gayle ong has the story healdsburg police are warning drivers to secure their vehicle after several reports of car thefts. one incident happened on tuesday night and surveillance video captured a person walking up to a driveway and checking for unlocked cars. the person is then seen getting into one of the vehicles and looking around inside. it's unclear whether they took anything,
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but the individual then moves to another parked vehicle that appears to be locked.residents say healdsburg is a tight-knit community where everyone knows and looks out for each other. "everybody knows each other and passes the word around so it's only 25,000 people who live in healdsburg city," christopher huber said.huber said he is not surprised about the recent thefts because it happened to him. "i have in the past because i left my car opened," he said. officers say most of the thefts that were reported involved unlocked cars. (álandingá)( will ) we are getting dramatic images from a cruise ship --- stranded off the coast of norway. nearly 13- hundred passengers and crew are still on the boat in extremely rough seas. we've
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gotten reports of waves reaching 25 to 30 feet high. all the boats engines shut off --- leaving the ship andts passengers at the mercy of the rough sea. 400 passengers have been air-lifted to safety, one at a time, by helicopters. two american passengers that were rescued tell us what they saw onboard before being air-lifted out. jan terbruegen, american passenger: "furniture would slide across the room slide back and with it came people and glass. it was a very dangerous situation frankly. few people got hurt so."beth clark, american passenger: "we have some friends that are still onboard. two couples one couple decided to stay. the other couple decided to take a helicopter out. that was probably less than an hour ago. so we are hoping they'll get here to the hotel." reporter: "when were you told that you had to abandon the ship?"jan: "happened rather quickly. we were trying to stay lower in the ship towards the center just because it was a recipe for seasickness. and then they called master stations and within half an hour we figured out that we're getting off here. we could see
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that we were getting blown in towards some rocks. that was the most frightening thing i think. but luckily that wasn't our destiny."beth: "the guy came down from the helicopter one of the coast guards snapped my belt and said hold it and shot me up about 100 feet in the air and onto the helicopter."jan: "they didn't leave us enough time to be as scary as we probably should have been."beth: "i was more terrified of hitting the blades. i didn't look down so that was my big fear. everyone had their different fears. that was mine but they were awesome. i mean as soon as they hoisted you up he grabbed me and pulled me in like a sack of potatoes and drug me to the back of the helicopter. he was next. i can't get over how magnificent the crew was on the ship. the national guard and how kind the norway folks people have been spent. like. just shocking how wonderful people are." (álandingá)( will ) promising news this morning
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--- 3 of the ship's four engines are back up and working again. and tug boats are out there, helping to tow the boat back to shore. but they have to act quickly --- as the boat is in notoriously dangerous seas off the coast of norway. and another storm is moving into the area. ( will ) just ahead in sports....the warriors took on the dallas mavericks at oracle.....we'll have those highlights....next....
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(ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) the warriors....fresh off of a drubbing of the indiana pacers....figured to do the same tonight to the lowly dallas mavericks.....>but that's why you play the game....and the mavs had a different plan in mind......> get this ---- dirk made his oracle arena debut on february 7th, 1999....it was his second career nba game...he had 16 points.....>this could be his final game in oracle and he really turned back the clocks on the dubs tonight......> mav's jumped ahead early.....dirk from beyond the
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arc....they would go on a 16-5 run to start the 1st....>3rd quarter....nowitzki again....draining threes left and right.....i mean even if you're a dubs fan...this is so cool to see....>4th quarter....dirk....finishing the night with 5 treys and 21 points for the mavericks....> golden state falls to dallas.....126-91....on possibly dirk nowitzki's final night at oracle....>steve kerr reacts thoughts on tonight's loss to dallas...> "well, defensively, we were not connected. we weren't talking and we got off to that slow start, and dallas is always a hard team to guard. i mean, they execute well and i think they made 12 threes in the first half, 21 for the game. lot of miscommunication. but, we just couldn't pull together after that slow start and we could never get any traction in the game. so, we just got to flush this one down the toilet and move on to tomorrow. not much else to do." march madness time....mark few and the gonzaga bulldogs
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taking on scott drew and the baylor bears....>1st half....gonzaga's brandon clarke....with the wide open lane....showing off his power with the two handed slam....bulldogs up by 9....> 2nd half....gonzaga's killian tillie misses the dunk....but clarke recovers it and slams it in....clarke led the bulldogs with 36 points....6 for 8 from the three....> gonzaga defeats baylor....83- 71....and will take on the 4th seed florida state seminoles next thursday....>let's go to the college kids....game of the tournament so far....lsu maryland....winner goes to the sweet 16....>under a minute to go....we have a tie game....skyler mays....from nba range....puts his squad up three.....>but the terps answer....anthony cowan gets into the lane and finds a wide open jalen smith in the corner.....big time shot from the freshman.....>under 10 to go.....tremont waters uses the screen....gets into the lane and scores the game- winner.....lsu survives and advances...they'll head to washington dc for the sweet 16.....>let's go to the
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college kids....game of the tournament so far....lsu maryland....winner goes to the sweet 16....>under a minute have a tie game....skyler mays....from nba range....puts his squad up three.....>but the terps answer....anthony cowan gets into the lane wide open jalen smith in the corner.....big time shot from the freshman.....>under 10 to waters uses the screen....gets into the lane and scores the game-survives and advances...they'll head to washington dc for the sweet 16.....>the lakers are officially out of playoff contention...after their loss to the brooklyn nets last night......>lebron james....for the first time in 14 years....since 2005....will not appear in the playoffs this year....>before this.....lebron had appeared in 13 straight playoffs....> the oakland raiders have a new backup quarterback.....>after releasing aj mccarron last week....the team signed former buc and former bear....mike glennon....>glennon spent last year backing up josh rosen with the arizona cardinals....> he is orginally a third round pick by the bucs in 2013....> ( will ) ( will ) as we head to break, here's a live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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continue through sunday evening. periods of rain are expected from late sunday night through at least thursday of next week as a series of storm systems impact northern and central california. dry weather may return late in the week and into next weekend.
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police in redwood city have shutdown a road because of a water main break. kron 4's christina tetreault is joining us now with more on the area to avoid.
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redwood city (bcn) police are asking motorists to avoid the area of marshall street between beech and chestnut due to a water main break on sunday morning. public works crews are at the scene, police said in an alert sent about 6:30 a.m. redwood city (bcn) police are asking motorists to avoid the area of marshall street between beech and chestnut due to a water main break on sunday morning. public works crews are at the scene, police said in an alert sent about 6:30 a.m. (áboxesá) thanks (áboxesá) (áboxesá) thanks christina.
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( will ) a loaded gun magazine caused a security scare at san francisco international airport. flights were grounded yesterday and some boarding areas were shutdown. here's kron 4's philippe djegal with the story. for about an hour... two checkpoints in terminal three and another in the international terminal at san francisco international airport were shutdown early saturday morning. this while law enforcement tracked down a passenger who just been
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flagged by transportation security administration agents -- who noticed a loaded gun magazine in the passenger's bag.nats- the ordeal caused major delays and long lines. passengers were prevented from entering some boarding areas.nick martin/traveler- "it was a bit, um, a lot of confusion, so all of the, all of the tsa guards sort of yelled breach." and, while the search was underway to find the passenger in question... flights not already on the taxiway were grounded.nats- the t-s-a agents initially pulled the wrong bag for inspection at a screening.. so, the passenger involved took their luggage with the loaded magazine into the terminal.nick martin/traveler- "we had thought originally that somebody was waiting for their bags, tsa saw that there was something in there that they were discussing and that that person had just bolted and run because they were anxious about getting caught, but it does seem like now that that person didn't realize that they had packed their loaded magazine." eventually, the t-s-a agents were able to track that person
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down. tvelers impacted by the incident took to social media to share their experiences and frustrations. one person saying they saw a man dragged away by law enforcement... another remarking how little communication was coming from the airport about the situation. long lines and long delays drawing the ire of someone else waiting to board a flight. an aiport duty manager says the passenger had the gun magazine in his carry-on bag after visiting a shooting range. once located, he was re-screened and allowed to leave. philippe djegal, kron four news. ( will ) san francisco is on the list of the fbi's highest child sex trafficking areas in the u-s. the event called "dare to fight back against human trafficking," was held yesterday at dominican university in san rafael. activists... police officers and legal professionals were all at the event that focused on human trafficking awareness. speakers included a trafficking survivor, young activists, and legal professionals. organizers also showed a film produced by
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a teen survivor and activist. ( will ) the f-b-i considers human trafficking to be the third-largest criminal activity in the world. ( will ) today...members of congress could get their first glimpse into the principal conclusions within special counsel robert mueller's report to the attorney general. until then, democrats are already positioning themselves to get as much information on mueller's probas possible. karin caifa has the story. house judiciary committee chairman jerry nadler says democrats are ready to fight if necessary -- to see special counsel robert mueller's full report, and the underlying documents.rep. jerry nadler / -d- judiciary committee
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chairman: "the special prosecutor is limited in scope. his job was limited in scope and limited to crimes. what congress has to do is look at a broader picture." nadler and fellow democrats held a conference call saturday afternoon to discuss their strategy around the report -- ahead of attorney general bill barr determining principal conclusions to communicate to capitol hill. barr went back to work sunday morning.he spent saturday with deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and advisers -- working through the process of what to share with lawmakers, and the public.preet bharara / former u.s. attorney, southern district of ny: "i would hope and expect since these folks know each other, that bill barr will consult with robert mueller and say, 'look, here's the summary we're planning to are you comfortable that this is an accurate small version of your big report?'" republican ted cruz -- a member of the senate judiciary committee -- agrees the report should be made public -- but says democrats have made the process too political -- and too personal.sen. ted cruz / -r- judiciary committee: "if anyone thinks that the mueller report being concluded is the end of the democrats attempt to take down president trump, they haven't been attention the last two years."the president on sunday morning -- golfing in south florida. people familiar with his reaction this weekend -- say he's voiced uncertainty over what barr will do next.in washington, i'm karin caifa.
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( will ) ( will ) new video out of sausalito -- where a rescue was caught on camera. it's hard to see everything because of the conditions... but if you look closely you can see a vehicle that has rolled over. the engine was actually smoking when these people walked up to it. they worked hard to get the woman inside out. eventually you see her pop her head out and she is okay. this happened in sausalito just north of the golden gate bridge near spencer avenue. the northbound lanes of highway 101. elvira gonzalez sent us this video and says the accident happened just before ten thirty last night. officers and fire crews arrived a short time later but again no one was hurt. ( will ) as we head to break, here's a live look
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outside... san francisco international airport.
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breaking news we are following this moring...residents in benicia with respiratory issues are urged to stay inside their homes. the city says this is because of an ongoing issue at the valero benicia refinery
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involving emissions. a kron 4 viewer sent us this video of the refinery spewing smoke. we're following this developing story and will bring you more information as it becomes available. (dave)(dave)dry and mild weather will continue through sunday evening. periods of rain are expected from late sunday night through at least thursday of next week as a series of storm systems impact northern and central california. dry weather may return late in thweek and into next weekend.
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tahiti is one of those bucket
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list vacations many travelers dream about. but the cost of getting to paradise is changing. travel enthusiast dana rebmann joins us now..((2 shot))we're very lucky in the bay area. countless flights give us easy access to just about everywhere in the world. but one of the newer options to tahiti is also surprisingly budget friendly.((take vo tape 1)) (aerials)cg2=the window seatthe islands of tahiti halfway between california and australia, it's about an eight hour flight. it's images like these, with water every shade of blue, that makes most of us long to visit. tahiti is in the same time zone as hawaii, so jet lag shouldn't be a serious issue. (you don't cross the international date line.)low-cost, long-haul airline, french bee offers non-stop flights from sfo to tahiti two to three times a week, starting at $330 each way. it's a la carte flying, and you get what you pay for.a basic ticket comes with a
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carry-on (26 pounds), but nothing else. if you want a soda, cup of coffee, or a meal, you have to pay for it. french bee only has two planes, so if a flight is delayed or cancelled, there aren't as many alternatives as there would with a major airline, but for the price is right.((wipe vo tape 2)) (jet skis and underwater footage)cg2= jet ski snorkel mooreaand stretching your budget in the air, means you can splurge when you're on the ground, or in the water. welcome to moorea, one of the most popular of tahiti's 118 islands and atolls, and where snorkeling tours operate off of jet skis. along with colorful coral and fish, you can splash around with sting
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rays and blacktip reef sharks. you spend about three hours on the water with moorea activities center. ($208 jet skis, $208 atv, $275 combo per person)((wipe vo tape 3)) (atv/coastal views from above) cg2= atv toursmooreabut if you're up for more, once you dry off a bit, you can head inland on atvs. you'll roll through pineapple plantations, visit a farm stand scooping ice cream, a juice factory that mixes in some rum for good mixes in some factory that cream, a juice factory that mixes in some rum
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for good measure, and be treated to some postcard worthy views at spots like magic mountain. ($208 jet skis, $208 atv, $275 combo per person)((wipe vo tape 4)) (farm fields & cooking class) cg2= culinary tour & cooking classmooreafood is big part of
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life in moorea. so many things don't just grow, they thrive here. pineapples grow so fast here, farmers can harvest three times a year. think bananas, sweet grapefruit, papayas, guavas, and i've never seen avocados so big. think the size of a salad plate. when she's not cooking, the chef and owner of lilikoi garden cafe runs culinary tours. but in addition to orchards and shrimp farms, she'll take you to her favorite beach, and where to get a whipped glass of pineapple juice with a view. the tour ends in the kitchen at moorea beach lodge, where you learn how to make some classic island recipes. ($85 per person)((wipe vo tape 5)) ( )cg2= culinary tour & cooking classmoorea and that reminds me of another quick budget-friendly tip to pass along. moorea beach lodge is what's considered a tahitian guesthouse. smaller, and
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typically family-operated, there's only 12 bungalows, but a night here will run you substantially less than if you stayed in a large resort. with sunsets like this, you don't feel like you're missing out. (rates starting at $234 per night) (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) breaking news we
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are following this moring...residents in benicia
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with respiratory issues are urged to stay inside their homes. the city says this is because of an ongoing issue at the valero benicia refinery involving emissions. a kron 4 viewer sent us this video of the refinery spewing smoke. we're following this developing story and will bring you more information as it becomes available. ( will ) no one won the big powerball jackpot last night. once again, no one matched all six numbers in the powerball drawing. that pushes the jackpot up to 750 million dollars! so all is not lost. there were several winners who matched five numbers. double check your tickets. the winning numbers are: 24, 25, 52, 60,
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and 66 and the powerball is 5. the next powerball drawing is wednesday. in case you are wondering...the lump-sum cash payout for a 750 million dollar jackpot is about 465 million dollars. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty morning... i'm saturday for this news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ...for kron 4 news at eight. (ácommercialá)
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[music] >> joel osteen: well, god bless you, and thanks for letting us come into your homes, and if you're ever in our area, please stop by and be a part of one of our services. i promise you, we'll make you feel right at home. i like to start with something funny, and i heard about this elderly minister. he was close to death. he sent word for two of his members, an irs agent and a lawyer, to come to his house. upon arrival, he motioned for them to sit on each side of the bed. the men were very moved that

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