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home. police say the boy found the loaded gun in an unlocked case under a bed. the boy's father nathan jackson is currently in jail in salinas. his side of the family is
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calling on governor newsom to allow jackson to be by the boy's bedside. organization's including california families united for justice and march on plan to visit jackson at the prison tomorrow. a statement from navaun's great aunt jamilia land says in part quote.."our family is devastated and all we're asking for now is some mercy from governor newsom. navaun deserves tohave his father by his side as fights for his life. if this isn't a moment for compassion, what is?"there was a heavy police presence in the oakland neighborhood where the shooting happened wednesday afternoon. police arrested the mother's boyfriend 37-year-old terrence wilson on thursday. he's facing several felony charges including being a felon in possession of a firearm. ( marty ) that was kron4's dan thorne reporting. navaun's aunt plans to give his father an update on his son's condition at the prison later today.
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there will then be a press conference where the family plans to call on the governor for help. ( marty ) also in the east bay, police have charged the wife of a pittsburg principal with murder. 45-year-old paul shatswell died last sunday. police say his wife -- 39-year-old ámaria videsá --shot him in the head at their home two weeks ago. shatswell was a principal at pittsburg adult education center. he was also a father of eight children -- ranging from six- to 29 -years old. vides is being held on 2-million dollars bail at the contra costa county jail in ( marty ) also in the east bay -- a 16-year-old boy is charged in connection with a deadly shooting outside the west oakland bart station. police say the shooting happened in the bart parking lot thursday. a 17-year- old girl was killed. police arrested the suspect friday afternoon outside of his home in oakland. police say the two teenagers knew each other -- and the shooting was targeted. officers have not released a motive-- but say the pair got
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into a fight before the shooting. the victim's identity has not yet been released. ( marty ) police in richmond are investigating a fatal shooting in the area of second street and chanslor avenue. they responded to the neighborhood thursday night and found 36-year-old jorge ponce suffering from several gun shot wounds. police say ponce was unresponsive and died at the scene. they are asking anyone who has information on the shooting to contact them. ( marty ) breaking overnight --- a man was hit and killed by a vehicle in concord. concord police say it happened around 7 friday night on arnold industrial way. the driver remained at the scene and cooperated with investigators. they say it does not appear drugs or alcohol were involved. the identity of the victim has not yet been released. ( marty ) another case of measles has been reported in the south bay. that makes three cases in just the last few weeks.(áboxesá) christina tay-tro joins us live now at the santa clara health department with the latest. christina?
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this rash more commonly known as the measles continues to make its way back.. santa clara county has reported it's 3rd case of the year. in this latest case a santa clara county resident returned after travelling internationally and came down with the measles. the county health department says this is not related to the incident announced march 26 when an international traveler visiting the county contracted measles, or to the santa cruz resident traveling on an international flight to sfo got the measles and then two additional passengers, one from santa clara county and another from san francisco ended up getting it too.in that second announcement, the health department released a full list of places the person with measles had been to. this time around they are not because they say they know
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exactly where this person was while contagious and none were public places like airports or restaurants. at this time the public health department is contacting all individuals who might have come in contact with this person while they were were contagious. and health professions say this should serve as a reminder to make sure kids are vaccinated. sot dr. alex evens/marin general hospital 1:12parents shouldnt panic, most patients dont die from measles, but if your child is not vaccinated, about 1 in 500 or 1 in 1000 who get measles will die. standup dan kerman 127once the health department identifies who has been in contact with the person who has measles thay can take several steps including isolation, quarantne, and making certain spots off limits. it all depends on the individual. dan kerman kron 4 news. (áboxesá) thanks (áboxesá) (áboxesá) (áboxesá) thanks (áboxesá) thanks (áboxesá) thanks christina.
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( marty ) still ahead on kron4 news weekend... fremont students, parents joined together with teachers with their demand for better pay. ( marty ) plus... a family is speaking out after police body cam footage was released of the night their son was shot and killed. ( marty ) but first... doctors across the country are pushing for new laws to discourage kids from drinking sugary drinks. sugary drinks. in your noise cancelling trheadphones?ry maybe not. maybe you could trust you won't be next to a loud eater. (eating potato chips loudly) or you could just trust duracell. (silence) ♪ ( marty ) 4 your health this
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morning... physicians' groups have long been against high consumption of sugary drinks in the united states. and now, they are calling for several new policies to limit access to those kind of drinks by children and teens. meredith wood has parents aren't the only ones concerned abouthow much sugar their kids are consuming.the american academy of pediatrics and the american heart association have teamed up, targeting the makers of sugary beverages.the two physician groups released policy recommendations for lawmakers across the country, to encourage them to help reduce the amount of sugary drinks children consume.the recommendations include adding a tax on those beverages. according to the lead author, taxing these products would have the greatest impact.other recommendations include:- a federal nutrition assistance program to ensure access to healthy foods and discourage sugar-sweetened drinks- regulations that require added sugar contents be listed on product labels, advertisements
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and restaurant menusan increase in childhood obesity and type two diabetes were among the reasons behind the changes.the american beverage associationresponded to the policy suggestions saying parents are the ones who should be in charge of their child's nutrition.they also argue not the sole reason behind the country's obesity epidemic.for today's health minute, i'm meredith wood. ( marty ) more americans believe -- e-cigarettes are harmful. that's according to a study published this week in the journal of the american medical association. researchers reviewed data from two national surveys of adults every year. they found that between 20-12 and 20-17-- the number of people who believed that e-cigarettes are equally as bad as regular cigarettes... went up. in one study-- the number more than tripled during those years. the study also found an increase in those who thought e-cigarettes were more harmful than regular cigarettes. researchers say -- the changing public perception of e-cigarettes could benefit teens and young adults the most. ( marty ) take a look at this. this vending machine in las vegas is stocked with narcan. that is the nasal spray which blocks the effects
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that opioids have on the body and -- in some cases -- prevents an overdose. nevada health officials say, the easy availability of narcan is making a major difference with opioid addiction in the southern part of the state. the machines will also eventually have other health- related items such as hygiene kits, safe sex kits ... and pregnancy tests. (ácommercialá) tests.pregnancy tests.tests.
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this morning. lets send it over to lawrence karnow to tell us what we can expect for the rest of the morning and the rest of this beautiful saturday... to keep things a very unsettled probably wet in the latter part of next week too
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so enjoy the sunshine while we the sunny much of the state numbers running up in the 70's in the southern california and you look at the beautiful weather here to 61 degrees in san francisco, 57 degrees and the civic a breezy along the coastline 61 in burlingame unclear. a beautiful day of foster city of 64 66 in palo alto our friends in the south they enjoy temperatures near 70 degrees in the san jose and campbell to 72 in pleasanton 72 also in dublin about 70 walnut creek 71 degrees for a high. and sunny and conquer 67 degrees in oakland 68 enrichment 69 and lael 70 degrees in the napa valley, beautiful weather a little breezy along the coastline, keeping those temperatures in the 50's and low 60's over the next couple days can ask for a nicer weekend and then things begin to change on monday with a chance showers later in the day, maybe some lingering showers on tuesday. more rain late in the week. thanks a lot back to the news this morning, the chp made a startling discovery during that route
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traffic stop. >>on highway 99 or said this week, according to the chp the officer found 3 cereal boxes each one of them contained. one key low of cocaine. the officer it stopped 45 year-old jose cardenas for illegally tinted windows in uncovered the boxes during a search of his vehicle. police say on the average price of a kilo of cocaine is $28,000 but broken ( marty ) in national news -- president trump is again threatening to shut down the u-s southern border. he called the situation at the border a cascading crisis. áed lavanderaá takes a closer look at illegal immigration... and how it is affecting communities there. everyday this week, buses have dropped off nearly 100 central american migrants on the doorstep of the good neighbor settlement house shelter in brownsville, texas.most are requesting asylum but the scene is sparking frustration among immigrant-rights advocates, as legions of
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volunteers scramble to help mothers and fathers with their children. christina patino houle/equal voice network: "what we see is that our community is being instrumentalized as a tool in a larger political game that is completely antithetical to what the communities here want."good neighbor settlement is one of several shelters helping migrants suddenly released this week by customs and border protection. the agency says it can't handle the massive numbers of migrants crossing the border. kevin k. mcaleenan/cbp commissioner: "our immigration system is at the breaking point. that breaking point has breaking point. >>cbp officials say border patrol agents are on pace for apprehensions and encounters with more than a 100,000 migrants in march which would be the highest number of monthly illegal border crossings in a decade, the department of homeland security secretary today is warning the system is in freefall and president trump says the 10's of thousands of migrants requesting asylum, we're carrying out a big fat
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con job and is now threatening to shut down the border to control illegal immigration. >>and we're track. for a million illegal aliens. trying to rush our borders, it is an invasion, you know the >>we met and her daughter at the shelter in brownsville and they asked we not show their faces because they fear being returned to el salvador. you do miss as she fled her home country with her daughter because they feared being killed. gang members murdered her mother last year. her daughter says 3 police officers unleashed a bruising attack on her in january, kicking and punching her for reasons that were never clear that's when they decided to leave. advocates say this is not a con job, but real people facing life and death consequences. >>we are not ignorant here in administration is deliberately creating a sense of chaos with mass releases of migrants or housing migrants under a bridge in el paso and giving
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families confusing paperwork. ed lavandera/reporting: "this is one of the migrants here who asked us not to identify her. but these are the forms they are given once they are released from custody here. and if you look closely this is supposed to be a notice to appear giving them a date and time when they're supposed to appear in immigration court. but here they are not getting those dates."the trump administration says there is no "manufactured crisis on the southern border" and that there is a real humanitarian and security crisis unfolding. laura peqa is a former immigrations and customs enforcement agency lawyer turned immigrant advocate. laura peqa/immigrant advocate: "they're holding folks longer than they're supposed to and then orchestrating mass releases intended to really frustrate the already fragile infrastructure that's here in place in the rio grande valley." ed lavandera/reporti ng: "so you think it's deliberate?"laura pena/immigrant advocate: "yes." ( marty ) that was áed lavanderaá reporting. the president says he could shutdown the border as early as next week if mexico does not stop the flow of migrants into the u-s. but when asked if the department of homeland
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security is making plans to fully close the border... a senior official said, not as of now. ( marty ) it was madness on the hardwood last night in the n-c-a-a tournament. we'll brake down the nail bitting games... and take a look at who is moving on the the elite 8... after the break. 8... after the break. with expedia, i saved when i added a hotel to our flight. so even when she grows up, she'll never outgrow the memory of our adventure. unlock savings when you add select hotels to your existing trip. only with expedia.
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select hotels to your existing trip. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) we were on the verge of witnessing history and not in a good way. through the franchise's existence, the giants have never been shut out twice to start a season... and they were close tonight. --giants in san diego... pablo sandoval hyping up tonight's pitcher derek holland pregame. --but it didn't seem to work out. bottom 2nd-- no outs, padres with runners at 2nd and 3rd.. manuel margot...base hit to right field... padres up 2-nothing. -fast forward to the 9th, san diego up 4-zip... looking to close it out, evan longoria has other plans... longo... deep to left center and it's gone. first run of the year for the giants. --then it got interesting... giants managed to load the bases... brandon belt, can save the day.. but he strikes out looking to end the game.. --giants fall 4-1...and move to 0-and-2. back at it tomorrow. back in oakland--a's looking to make it 2 wins in a row at home
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--bottom of the 6th--no score....until khris davis....launches one to left field.....a tape measure homerun.. his 3rd in 4- games.. that gives the a's a 2-nothing lead... --angels would tie it up. iin the 8th, andrelton simmons... soft liner into center .... that would bring in kole calhoun and mike trout... halos move out in front 4-2.... --top of the 9th, same score, trout helps put it away... hits a 2-run double to deep right.... --6-2 angels your final... game 3 tomorrow night. night. tomorrow night. now to the warriors, who can't finish off the regular season quietly... crazy night for the champs in minnesota. --warriors and the wolves. jordan bell back with the team after a one game suspension for conduct detrimental to the team. --now to the game, we'll go right to overtime...warriors down 2. .kevin durant....with the jumper to tie it....117-all. 23-points for the finals mvp. --moments later, wild drama. 4-seconds to
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go, warriors down 3. steph curry...with no room at all... throws up a corner 3.... and comes up clutch. game tied at 130, with .8 seconds to go . --looks like we are in line for double ot, but not so fast....with five tenths of a second left.... foul is called on kevin durant for holding karl anthony towns on the inbound. --towns to the line for 2-shots... would hit one... and grab the rebound on the other. --warriors lose a heartbreaker 131-130, barely clinging to first place out west. they host the hornets on sunday. --now to some madness at the college leve, coach k and the blue devils meeting virginia tech. --2nd half....duke up by 4....welcome to the zion show. tre jones lobs it up and zion williamson...right there to throw it down. -- later on-- a second helping... jones to zion again... what a game for the freshman sensation, 23-points. --but tech would give them a fight, in the final seconds, duke up 2, hokies have a chance to tie... ahmed hill, misses at the rim.
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--top-seed duke survives once again, 75-73... classic showdown on sunday against michigan state. now to a wild day in college basketball, more brackets busted this afternoon. bruce pearl and auburn facing top seed north carolina... --and the tigers feasted on the tar heels... converted 17-times from downtown... and shot 55-percent from the field... --carolina just completely overwhelmed... number one goes down, 97-80... waits for either houston or kentucky. live look outside... golden gate bridge.. ( marty ) here's a live
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look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) lets check in with lawrence karnow to find out what to expect for the rest of the day.
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concord about 70 degrees. the santa rosa in the napa valley 61 degrees downtown san francisco and 67 degrees in redwood city as we look out over the next couple days here we go beautiful sunshine today, more sunshine tomorrow with a few high clouds in the afternoon but warmer temperatures. a chance of rain developing late the day on monday. all right lauren sounds good. let's get back to the news this morning new video released by the police department shows what led up to the deadly officer-involved shooting of 20 year old willie mccoy. >>kron four is gail long reports mccoy's family is outraged by that video and says that they're going to move forward with a civil lawsuit against the vallejo police department. >>every time that we look at that video all we can do is just think about where the you know. when he is a person that was i'm always trying to help somebody for him to get that is just the acceptable. >>the family of 20 year-old willie mccoy and their attorney john burris are speaking out after just released a video by the vallejo police departments.
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>>showing what led up to the deadly officer-involved shooting was a fine squad. >>now use that term lightly but when you have that many shot this young man was shot to pieces. >>mccoy was killed by police in his car last month at a taco bell drive-thru in vallejo someone would expect. but no, what you're saying is by him moving kind of in an involuntary way, and the officers kept a barrage of shots.">police say mccoy moved suddenly and looked at the officers,when officers told mccoy to put his hands up, he did not comply and moved his hands quickly towards the gun.. and, that's what led to the officers firing at himmccoy died at the scene. his family outraged by the body camera video.
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give him a chance, they was waiting anytime to yell let me see your hands after telling the rest of the officers if he moves they know what to do."> on friday, vallejo police released the body cameras of 6 officers involved in the fatal shooting that night.mccoy's family and their attorney acknowledge that it's important for the public to see exactly what happened but they will be looking into whether what happened to mccoy was a violation of his civil rights. ( marty ) investigators in san mateo county are looking into a deadly crash involving cal- train. a passenger took this picture on board the train, near the hillsdale cal- train station. investigators say -- the train hit a man who was trespassing on the tracks. the incident shutdown the tracks in both directions for about an- hour and a- half friday. no word yet on the victim's
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identity. this is cal- train's third fatality of this year. ( marty ) back to our big story this morning... there has been a third case of measles reported in the south bay. this latest case involves someone who recently returned to santa clara county from an over seas trip. all three cases of measles reported in the south bay were from people returning from trips overseas. and are just a few of the hundreds of cases reported around the other parts of the state and country in recent weeks. ( marty ) and in stanislaus county, health officials are looking at a possible measles exposure there too. they say -- a woman with measles attended a high school basketball game last week. the event drew hundreds of people to turlock high school last thursday, a health official says -- at that time -- the woman did ánotá know she had the virus. ( marty ) the measles concern has state leaders on alert. our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala caught up with the director of the state department of public health to find out how the
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state is addressing the with sixteen measles cases confirmed in california..the state department of public health sent out a health alert friday to doctors across the state.((karen smith, ca dept. of public health)) "we want to be sure to remind providers that people can transmit measles before they're sick, so in a situation like the one we're having, asking people who come in with symptoms that might be measles, it's just important to have measles in front of mind and to ask about travel and contact with travelers."california department of public health director karen smith says california typically sees about 25 measles cases a year. so far most of the state's cases are in northern california.((karen smith, ca dept. of public health)) "they are generally always associated with returning travelers who were unvaccinated or undervaccinated. the same thing is true this year although we do have slightly more cases than we had in the past few years."smith says the majority of the recently confirmed cases come from just a few travelers.((karen smith, ca dept. of public health)) "the biggest concern for us is the more people that come in to california with measles, the more likely they'll transmit in the period of time before they're sick.((az standup)) "smith says california is not in a measles emergency the way washington and new york are."smith: "but we are being very vigilant." the department expects to see slightly more measles cases this year. smith says vaccines are the single best protection
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society has against measles. tag. measles. tag.against measles. tag. ( marty ) you now have a better chance to find a parking spot at the walnut creek bart station...ábutá it will cost you a bit more. you may have seen these signs around surface parking lots. the surface lots are now closed, following the opening of a new parking garage on friday. the new garage offers 118 daily spots for 15 to 18 dollars a day. áandá 700 permit spots for 120 dollars a month. that's nearly double the number of permit spots at the old garage. riders tell us -- they are happy about more permit
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parking but are not about the cost.
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francisco. a 14-year-old is back with his prized possession -- his violin. the teenager accidently left his áveryá expensive violin on a muni bus earlier last month. kron 4's charles clifford was there for the very special reunion. friday afternoon, a very grateful teenager received his prized violin back. the san francisco returned this 1200 dollar violin to 14 -year-old william paik. william accidentally left the violin on muni bus back on feb. 20th. he contacted muni and police but it took a more than a month to find it. video on the muni bus showed this woman taking the violin off the bus. the police department says that after they went public
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with the story someone returned the violin but they wouldn't say if it was the same women. or if anyone will face charges for taking the violin.william is just happy to have it back.sotthank you to the officers for finding it. with out you i wouldn't have gotten it back.william also says that since he lost the violin he's been using a borrowed on which he will now need to return.in san francisco ,charles clifford kron 4 news. coming up after the break... teachers at an east bay school staged a walk in to try and avoid a strike.
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live look outside... at the golden gate bridge. lets send it back over to lawrence karnow for a look at your forecast this morning.
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some rain moving back in late in the afternoon showers continuing into tuesday. a little break after that but then you know what we're going to keep things a very unsettled probably wet in the latter part of next week too so enjoy the sunshine while we the sunny much of the state numbers running up in the 70's in the southern california and you're looking at beautiful weather here to 61 degrees in san francisco, 57 degrees and the civic a breezy along the coastline 61 in burlingame unclear. a beautiful day of foster city of 64 66 in palo alto our friends in the south they enjoy temperatures near 70 degrees in the san jose and campbell to 72 in pleasanton 72 also in dublin about 70 walnut creek 71 degrees for a high. and sunny in cocker 67 degrees in oakland 16 enrichment, 69 and laos, 70 degrees in the napa valley, beautiful weather a little breezy along the coastline, keeping those temperatures in the 50's and low 60's over the
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next couple days can ask for a nicer weekend and then things begin to change on monday with a chance of showers late in the day, maybe some lingering showers on tuesday. more rain late in the week. by lawrence thanks a lot for now let's go to the east bay, where you've heard of walkouts but parents and students. >>state to walk in across schools and freeman friday to support teachers who are fighting for a new contract. kron for sarah stinson reports from warm springs elementary school. >>it wasn't just fremont unified school district teachers in this walking today. it was also dozens of parents and students standing together with teachers in the fight for a fair contract. when you get soaked up some time they come out they fight for us because. >>we need it we need their help we need their support the district's only get a budget they see that parents are upset and the parents i spoke with say they can't believe teachers are getting the support they need to help their children succeed. >>to to not support the core of our community is is a
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travesty. >>the fremont unified school district, teachers association are at impasse with the superintendent doctor kim wallace said in part "we remain optimistic towards finding solutions in our negotiations with the teachers association that will benefit all parties."the district is proposing a 0.71 percent raise while teachers are asking for a four percent raise.with little to no progress being made so far - teachers are getting frustrated.heather driscoll and her husband both work as teachers in the district - both of them are now waiting to apply to other districts as she says she just can't afford to live here with the current pay. (nat)the district and teachers association will meet next on april fourth for a fact finding hearing.(on cam) teachers say they hope an agreement can be reached soon so they can avoid authorizing a strike.in fremont, sara stinson, kron four news. ( marty ) a health scare on áthisá
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united airlines plane .. heading to san francisco. the plane was diverted to the washington d.c. area ... because of a strong odor onboard,.. seven passengers were taken to the hospital a passenger shared on twitter that united blamed the issue was caused by a ventilation problem. united did not confirm the cause. ( marty ) taking out your laptop to get through airport security can be a hassel. but, soon -- you may not have to. the t-s-a is buying 300 computer tomography systems. c-t scanning can provide 3-d images that the current x-ray scanners can't. that means you can leave your electronics in your bag. the t-s-a says the machines will arrive in some airports this summer. in the next three to four years, software improvements are expected to allow passengers to leave liquids, gels, and aerosols in carry-on luggage.
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( marty ) a measure to send relief to thousands of natural disaster victims is at standstill -- again. a portion of the 13 and a half billion dollar disaster fund would help wildfire victims in california. but as anna wiernicki reports -- lawmakers are at odds over how much money will go to hurricane ravaged puerto rico. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says america's heartland is under watermitch mcconnell: many americans are still waiting, praying, and working to mitigate the destruction from devastating flooding. mcconnell says the $13 billion dollar disaster relief bill is long overduethe bill would help states rebuild military bases damaged in recent hurricanes and repair water systems. it even provides help for farmers washed out by this spring's river flooding...but the bill has hit yet another road block. new jersey democrat bob menendez says more money should be going to puerto rico bob menendez: this legislation should help them get the job done, not set them back. 3.5
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million americans living on the island are still trying to recover basic services and rebuild after hurricane maria two years ago.anna wiernicki (stand up)@annaewiernickitake cg @ 0:47-0:54democrats say they won't support the disaster relief bill áunless it includes more money for puerto ricobut president trump says puerto rico has enough already.donald trump: they don't know how to spend the money and they're not spending it wisely.anna wiernicki: but senate minority leader chuck schumer says puerto rico is still suffering...chuck schumer: have received a sliver of the funding they need.anna wiernicki: mcconnell says there's no time to argue about this. farmers in the midwest and southeast need the money now, if there's going to be a harvest this year. the senate is expected to vote on the bill next week.in washington, i'm anna wiernicki. ( marty ) even without the federal money -- there are small signs of rebuilding in paradise. last november's 'camp fire' wiped out the town... and killed 85 people. this week -- a city hall clerk issued building permits to a pair of families to rebuild the first two ... of the 11-thousand homes
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destroyed in the fire so far, only three properties have been given the green light to rebuild. but the mayor of paradise says, that's still a good sign. ( marty ) we could see a redacted version of special counsel robert mueller's report in the next few weeks. attorney general áwilliam barrá says the justice department will release the edited documents to congress and the public by mid-april or sooner. barr released a summary of mueller's 400 page report on the russia investigation last sunday. in it -- barr said the russia investigation did not establish the trump campaign conspired with the russian government ahead of the 2016 election. but he said mueller's report did not exonerate trump on whether he obstructed justice. barr is offering to testify before congress shortly after it's released. live look outside... richmond bridge
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this weekend... but, how high will it fly? david daniel has the box office preview. "welcome, baby dumbo. we're all family here, no matter how small."return to the big top this weekend as "dumbo" takes flight. tim burton directed this live-action take on the animated classic, which analysts expect to debut at 50- million dollars or more -- far less than other recent disney
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remakes, such as "beauty and the beast" and "the jungle book," but enough to nose out "us" for the weekend title. "moondog's from another dimension."two very different films are opening on a smaller scale than "dumbo" -- the matthew mcconaughey stoner comedy "the beach 750 screens, and the anti-abortion drama "unplanned," on about a thousand. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( marty ) a california man is feeling like a million bucks -- after a babe ruth baseball card he bought for just two bucks could be auctioned off for more than 4 million dollars. dale ball says this is a genuine 1921 babe ruth, w-5- 7-5-point-one-b card made by the shotwell company. ball says he has a host of other high-priced, old baseball cards he could sell -- of ty cobb, cy young, walter johnson... even an old cleveland team card featuring "shoeless joe jackson."
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( marty ) happening today --- a celebration to honor labor activists cesar chavez and dolores huerta. it kicks off later this morning in pittsburg. the free event starts at 11 with a march and rally at pittsburg city hall. followed by a celebration at marina vista elementary school at noon. a health fair will also be held.. ( christina ) i'm live in the south ay --- where yet of measles has been reported. i'll have the very latest --- coming up. ( marty ) plus... a father is pleading with governor newsom to be allowed to see his son, who is fighting for his life in an east bay hospital. ( marty ) and a family is speaking out after police released body cam footage of the night their son was shot and killed.
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yes. or when you find those name-brand shoes that everyone notices? oh, yeah! or when you get exactly what you need for your growing family? yes! that's yes for less. yep! yes, yes, yes, yes... yes! seriously, 20 to 60 percent off department store prices every day. at ross. yes for less. ( marty ) here is a live look at
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over san francisco this saturday morning. ( marty ) a great start to the morning... but what can we expect for the rest of the weekend? lets check in with lawrence karnow to find out.
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weather while we have these numbers look good toward the afternoon 73 degrees and live more 71 in concord about 70 degrees. the santa rosa in the napa valley 61 degrees downtown san francisco and 67 degrees in redwood city as we look out over the next couple days here we go beautiful sunshine today, more sunshine tomorrow with a few high clouds in the afternoon but warmer temperatures. a chance of rain developing late the day on monday. >>all right lauren sounds good. let's get to the news this morning a 4 year-old oakland boy continues to cling to life after accidentally shooting himself in the head earlier this week. his father is currently in prison and is kron4's dan thorne has the story. 4 year old navaun jackson is
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clinging to life after accidentially shooting himself in the head at an east oakland home. police say the boy found the loaded gun in an unlocked case under a bed. the boy's father nathan jackson is currently in jail in salinas. his side of the family is calling on governor newsom to allow jackson to be by the boy's bedside. organization's including california families united for justice and march on plan to visit jackson at the prison tomorrow. a statement from navaun's great aunt jamilia land says in part quote.."our family is devastated and all we're asking for now is some mercy from governor newsom. navaun deserves tohave his father by his side as fights for his life. if this isn't a moment for compassion, what is?"there was a heavy police presence in the oakland neighborhood where the shooting happened wednesday afternoon. police arrested the mother's boyfriend 37-year-old terrence wilson on thursday. he's facing several felony charges
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including being a felon in possession of a firearm. ( marty ) that was kron4's dan thorne reporting. navaun's aunt plans to give his father an update on his son's condition at the prison later today. there will then be a press conference where the family plans to call on the governor for ( marty ) also in the east bay, police have charged the wife of a pittsburg principal with murder. 45-year-old paul shatswell died last sunday. police say his wife -- 39-year-old ámaria videsá --shot him in the head at their home two weeks ago. shatswell was a principal at pittsburg adult education center. he was also a father of eight children -- ranging from six- to 29 -years old. vides is being held on 2-million dollars bail at the contra costa county jail in martinez. ( marty ) a 16-year-old boy is charged in connection with a deadly shooting outside the west oakland bart station. police say the shooting happened in the bart parking lot thursday. a 17-year- old girl was killed.
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police arrested the suspect friday afternoon outside of his home in oakland. police say the two teenagers knew each other -- and the shooting was targeted. officers have not released a motive-- but say the pair got into a fight before the shooting. the victim's identity has not yet been released. ( marty ) police in richmond are investigating a fatal shooting in the area of second street and chanslor avenue. they responded to the neighborhood thursday night and found 36-year-old jorge ponce suffering from several gun shot wounds. police say ponce was unresponsive and died at the scene. they are asking anyone who has information on the shooting to contact ( marty ) breaking overnight --- a man was hit and killed by a vehicle in concord. concord police say it happened around 7 friday night on arnold industrial way. the driver remained at the scene and cooperated with investigators. they say it does not appear drugs or alcohol were involved. the identity of the victim has not yet been released. ( marty ) another case of
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measles has been reported in the south bay. that makes three cases in just the last few weeks.(áboxesá) christina tay-tro joins us live now at the santa clara health department with the latest. christina? this rash more commonly known as the measles continues to make its way back.. santa clara county has reported it's 3rd case of the year. in this latest case a santa clara county resident returned after travelling internationally and came down with the measles. the county health department says this is not related to the incident announced march 26 when an international traveler visiting the county contracted measles, or to the march 6 announcement when a santa cruz resident traveling on an international flight to sfo got the measles and then two additional passengers, one from santa clara county and another from san francisco ended up getting it too.in that second announcement, the health department released a full list of places the person with measles had been to. this time around they are not because they say they know exactly where this person was while contagious and none were public places like airports or restaurants. at this time the public health department is contacting all individuals
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who might have come in contact with this person while they were were contagious. and health professions say this should serve as a reminder to make sure kids are vaccinated. sot dr. alex evens/marin general hospital 1:12parents shouldnt panic, most patients dont die from measles, but if your child is not vaccinated, about 1 in 500 or 1 in 1000 who get measles will die. standup dan kerman 127once the health department identifies who has been in contact with the person who has measles thay can take several steps including isolation, quarantne, and making certain spots off limits. it all depends on the individual. dan kerman kron 4 news. (áboxesá) thanks christina. ( marty ) still ahead on
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kron4 news weekend... fremont students and parents joined together with teachers with their demand for better pay. ( marty ) plus... a family is speaking out after police body cam footage was released body camera footage the and what happened the night their son was shot and killed. but first doctors across the country pushing for
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>>for your health this morning physicians groups have long been against high consumption of sugary drinks here in the u s and now they're calling for several new policies to limit access to those kinds of drinks, my children and teenagers meredith wood has the story. >>and are the only ones concerned about how much sugar their kids are consuming the american academy of pediatrics and the american heart association have teamed up groups released policy recommendations for lawmakers across the country, to encourage them to help reduce the amount of sugary drinks children consume.the recommendations include adding a tax on those beverages. according to the lead author, taxing these products would have the greatest impact.other recommendations include:- a federal nutrition assistance program to ensure access to healthy foods and discourage sugar-sweetened drinks- regulations that require added sugar contents be listed on product labels, advertisements and restaurant menusan
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increase in childhood obesity and type two diabetes were among the reasons behind the changes.the american beverage associationresponded to the policy suggestions saying parents are the ones who shoulde in charge of their child's nutrition.they also argue beverages are not the sole reason behind the country's obesity epidemic.for today's health minute, i'm meredith wood. ( marty ) more americans believe -- e-cigarettes are harmful. that's according to a study published this week in the journal of the american medical association. researchers reviewed data from two national surveys of adults every year. they found that between 20-12 and 20-17-- the number of people who believed that e-cigarettes are equally as bad as regular cigarettes... went up. in one study-- the number more than tripled during those years. the study also found an increase in those who thought e-cigarettes were more harmful than regular cigarettes. researchers say -- the changing public perception of e-cigarettes could benefit teens and young adults the most. ( marty ) take a look at this. this vending machine in las vegas is stocked with narcan. that is the nasal spray which blocks the effects that opioids have on the body and -- in some cases --
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prevents an overdose. nevada health officials say, the easy availability of narcan is making a major difference with opioid addiction in the southern part of the state. the machines will also eventually have other health- related items such as hygiene kits, safe sex kits ... and pregnancy tests. (ácommercialá) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) here's a live look at the
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trans america pyramid. not a cloud in the sky. lets send it over to lawrence karnow to tell us what we can expect for the rest of the morning and the rest of this beautiful saturday... the sunny around much of the state numbers running up in the 70's in the southern
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california and you're looking at beautiful weather here to 61 degrees in san francisco, 57 degrees and the civic a breezy along the coastline 61 in burlingame unclear. a beautiful day of foster city of 64 66 in palo alto our friends in the south they enjoy temperatures near 70 degrees in the san jose and campbell to 72 in pleasanton 72 also in dublin about 70 walnut creek 71 degrees for a high. and sunny and conquer 67 degrees in oakland 16 in richmond, 69 and laos, 70 degrees in the napa valley, beautiful weather a little breezy along the coastline, keeping those temperatures in the 50's and low 60's over the next couple days can ask for a nicer weekend and then things begin to change on monday with a chance showers later in the day, maybe some lingering showers on tuesday. more rain late in the week. all thanks a lot back to the news this morning, the chp made a startling discovery during a to the c-h-p... the officer found three cereal boxes, each containing one kilo of cocaine.
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the officer had stopped 45-year old jose cardenas for illegally tinted windows, and uncovered the boxes during a search of his vehicle. police say, the average price of a kilo of cocaine is 28 -thousand dollars.... but broken down and sold by the gram... each of the boxes would be worth 40-thousand dollars. ( marty ) in national news -- president trump is again threatening to shut down the u-s southern border. he called the situation at the border a cascading crisis. áed lavanderaá takes a closer look at illegal immigration... and how it is affecting communities there. everyday this week, buses have dropped off nearly 100 central american migrants on the doorstep of the good neighbor settlement house shelter in brownsville, texas.most are requesting asylum but the scene is sparking frustration among immigrant-rights advocates, as legions of volunteers scramble to help mothers and fathers with their children. christina patino
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houle/equal voice network: "what we see is that our community is being instrumentalized as a tool in a larger political game that is completely antithetical to what the communities here want."good neighbor settlement is one of several shelters helping migrants suddenly released this week by customs and border protection. the agency says it can't handle the massive numbers of migrants crossing the border. kevin k. mcaleenan/cbp commissioner: "our immigration system is at the breaking point. that breaking point has arrived this week at our border."cbp officials says border patrol agents are on pace for apprehensions and encounters with more than 100- thousand migrants in march, which would be the highest number of illegal border crossings in a decade.the department of homeland security secretary today is warning the "system is in free fall."and president trump says the tens of thousands of migrants requesting asylum are carrying out a "big fat con job" and is now threatening to shut down the border to control illegal immigration. president trump: "and we are on track for a million illegal aliens trying to rush our borders. it is an invasion, you know that."we met vilma and her daughter at the shelter in brownsville.they asked we not show their faces because of they fear being
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returned to el salvador.vilma says they fled el salvador with her daughter because they feared being killed.gang members killed her mother last year.her daughter says 3 police officers unleashed a bruising attack on her in january, kicking and punching her for reasons that were never clear.that's when they decided to leave.advocates say this is not a con-job but real people facing life and death consequences.laura pena/immigrant advocate: "we are not ignorant here in the rio grande valley. we know what's happening."immigrant rights advocates say the trump administration is deliberately creating a sense of chaos with mass releases of migrants or housing migrants under a bridge in el paso and giving families confusing paperwork. ed lavandera/reporting: "this is one of the migrants here who asked us not to identify her. but these are the forms they are given once they are released from custody here. and if you look closely this is supposed to be a notice to appear giving them a date and time when they're supposed to appear in immigration court. but here they are not getting those dates."the trump administration says there is
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no "manufactured crisis on the southern border" and that there is a real humanitarian and security crisis unfolding. laura peqa is a former immigrations and customs enforcement agency lawyer turned immigrant advocate. laura peqa/immigrant advocate: "they're holding folks longer than they're supposed to and then orchestrating mass releases intended to really frustrate the already fragile infrastructure that's here in place in the rio grande valley." ed lavandera/reporti ng: "so you think it's deliberate?"laura pena/immigrant advocate: "yes." ( marty ) that was áed lavanderaá reporting. the president says he could shutdown the border as early as next week if mexico does not stop the flow of migrts into the u-s. but when asked if the department of homeland security is making plans to fully close the border... a senior official said, not as of now. ( marty ) meanwhile... the secretary of homeland security is asking her
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employees to do 'volunteer' work at the u-s border with mexico. in a letter to d-h-s agency leaders earlier this week ... secretary ákirstjen nielsená said the situation at the border is 'dire'. she is asking for employees to volunteer and help with transportation, food distribution, and medical needs. neilsen said customs and border protection, along with ice are "not equipped" to handle the current number of migrants. she also asked for attorneys to volunteer for year- long rotations ...to work on immigration litigation and case support. ( marty ) we could see a redacted version of special counsel robert mueller's report in the next few weeks. attorney general áwilliam barrá says the justice department will release the edited documents to congress and the public by mid-april or sooner. barr released a summary of mueller's 400 page report on the russia investigation last sunday. in it -- barr said the russia investigation did not establish the trump campaign
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conspired with the russian government ahead of the 2016 election. but he said mueller's report did not exonerate trump on whether he obstructed justice. barr is offering to testify before congress shortly after it's released. ( marty ) it was madness on the hardwood last night in the n-c-a-a tournament. we'll brake down the nail bitting games... and take a look at who is moving on the the elite 8... after the break. (ácommerci (áábreakáá)
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we were on the verge of witnessing history and not in a good way. through the franchise's existence, the giants have never been shut out twice to start a season... and they were close tonight. --giants in san diego... pablo sandoval hyping up tonight's pitcher derek holland pregame. --but it didn't seem to work out. bottom 2nd-- no outs, padres with runners at 2nd and 3rd.. manuel margot...base hit to right field... padres up 2-nothing. -fast forward to the 9th, san diego up 4-zip... looking to close it out, evan longoria has other plans... longo... deep to left center and it's gone. first run of the year for the giants. --then it got
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interesting... giants managed to load the bases... brandon belt, can save the day.. but he strikes out looking to end the game.. --giants fall 4-1...and move to 0-and-2. back at it tomorrow. back in oakland--a's looking to make it 2 wins in a row at home --bottom of the 6th--no score....until khris davis....launches one to left field.....a tape measure homerun.. his 3rd in 4- games.. that gives the a's a 2-nothing lead... --angels would tie it up. iin the 8th, andrelton simmons... soft liner into center .... that would bring in kole calhoun and mike trout... halos move out in front 4-2.... --top of the 9th, same score, trout helps put it away... hits a 2-run double to deep right.... --6-2 angels your final... game 3 tomorrow night. now to the warriors, who can't finish off the regular season quietly... crazy night for the champs in minnesota. --warriors and the wolves. jordan bell back with the team after a one game suspension for conduct detrimental to the team. --now to the game, we'll go
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right to overtime...warriors down 2. .kevin durant....with the jumper to tie it....117-all. 23-points for the finals mvp. --moments later, wild drama. 4-seconds to go, warriors down 3. steph curry...with no room at all... throws up a corner 3.... and comes up clutch. game tied at 130, with .8 seconds to go . --looks like we are in line for double ot, but not so fast....with five tenths of a second left.... foul is called on kevin durant for holding karl anthony towns on the inbound. --towns to the line for 2-shots... would hit one... and grab the rebound on the other. --warriors lose a heartbreaker 131-130, barely clinging to first place out west. they host the hornets on sunday. --now to some madness at the college leve, coach k and the blue devils meeting virginia tech. --2nd half....duke up by 4....welcome to the zion show. tre jones lobs it up and zion williamson...right there to throw it down. -- later on-- a second helping... jones to zion again... what a game for the freshman sensation, 23-points. --but tech would give them a fight, in the final seconds, duke up 2, hokies have a chance to tie...
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ahmed hill, misses at the rim. --top-seed duke survives once again, 75-73... classic showdown on sunday against michigan state. now to a wild day in college basketball, more brackets busted this afternoon. bruce pearl and auburn facing top seed north carolina... --and the tigers feasted on the tar heels... converted 17-times from downtown... and shot 55-percent from the field... --carolina just completely overwhelmed... number one goes down, 97-80... waits for either houston or kentucky. live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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we are the bobcat belles. we are a drill team from hallsville, texas. i'm the marketing director at the chick-fil-a in longview, texas. every year we do a novelty routine last year we were inflatable cows. some lady posted it online - got so many views. that made the video, the cow suits. the morning we were leaving for our nationals competition we surprised them and sent them off with a chick-fil-a cow. we were star-struck. we just wanted to let them know we love them. we knew we had to make this cow proud. yes! (laughs)
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to take care of yourself. but nature's bounty has innovative ways to help you maintain balance and help keep you active and well-rested. becae hey, tomorrow's coming up fast. nature's bounty. because you're better off healthy. ( marty ) here's a live look at the outside. lets check in with lawrence karnow to find out what to expect for the rest of the day. ( marty )
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we go beautiful sunshine today, more sunshine tomorrow with a few high clouds in the afternoon but warmer temperatures. a chance of rain developing late the day on monday looks fantastic. thanks for its all right, let's get back to the news this morning, new video released by the vallejo police department shows what lead. >>to the deadly officer-involved shooting of 20 year old willie mccoy. kron forza gayle long reports mccoy's families outraged by the video and says they're moving forward with a civil lawsuit against the police department. >>every time that we look at that video we can do is just think about where he went. you know. whether he is a person that was i'm always trying to help somebody for him to get that is just the acceptable.
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>>the family of 20 year-old willie mccoy and their attorney john burris are speaking out after just released a video by the vallejo police departments. >>showing what led up to the deadly officer-involved shooting was a squad. >>now use that term lightly but when you have that many shot this young man was shot to pieces. >>mccoy was killed by police in his car last month at a taco bell drive through and the >>my director according to police mccoy was found asleep inside his car officers noticed he had a gun on his lap. >>police say mccoy moved suddenly and look at the officers when officers told mccoy to put his hands up he did not comply and moved his hands quickly towards the gun and that's what led to the officers firing at mccoy died at the scene his family
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outraged by the body camera video where he was a sitting duck to that call. >>the was sleep. >>and anybody can see that he give him a chance, they was waiting anytime to yell let me see your hands after telling the rest of the officers if he moves they know what to do."> on friday, vallejo police released the body cameras of 6 officers involved in the fatal shooting that night.mccoy's family and their attorney acknowledge that it's important for the public to see exactly what happened but they will be looking into whether what happened to mccoy was a violation of his civil rights. ( marty ) investigators in san mateo county are looking into a deadly crash involving cal- train. a passenger took this picture on board the train, near the hillsdale cal- train station. investigators say -- the train hit a man who was trespassing on the tracks. the
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incident shutdown the tracks in both directions for about an- hour and a- half friday. no word yet on the victim's identity. this is cal- train's third fatality of this year. ( marty ) back to our big story this morning... there has been a third case of measles reported in the south bay. this latest case involves someone who recently returned to santa clara county from an over seas trip. all three cases of measles reported in the south bay were from people returning from trips overseas. and are just a few of the hundreds of cases reported around the other parts of the state and country in recent weeks. ( marty ) and in stanislaus county, health officials are looking at a possible measles exposure there too. they say -- a woman with measles attended a high school basketball game last week. the event drew hundreds of people to turlock high school last thursday, a health official says -- at that time -- the woman did ánotá know she had the virus. ( marty ) the measles concern has state leaders on alert. our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala
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caught up with the director of the state department of public health to find out how the state is addressing the problem. with sixteen measles cases confirmed in california..the state department of public health sent out a health alert friday to doctors across the state.((karen smith, ca dept. of public health)) "we want to be sure to remind providers that people can transmit measles before they're sick, so in a situation like the one we're having, asking people who come in with symptoms that might be measles, it's just important to have measles in front of mind and to ask about travel and contact with travelers."california department of public health director karen smith says california typically sees about 25 measles cases a year. so far most of the state's cases are in northern california.((karen smith, ca dept. of public health)) "they are generally always associated with returning travelers who were unvaccinated or undervaccinated. the same thing is true this year although we do have slightly more cases than we had in the past few years."smith says the majority of the recently confirmed cases come from just a few travelers.((karen smith, ca dept. of public health))
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"the biggest concern for us is the more people that come in to california with measles, the more likely they'll transmit in the period of time before they're sick.((az standup)) "smith says california is not in a measles emergency the way washington and new york are."smith: "but we are being very vigilant." the department expects to see slightly more measles cases this year. smith says vaccines are the single best protection society has against measles. tag. ( marty ) you now have a better chance to find a parking spot at the walnut creek bart station...ábutá it will cost you a bit more. you may have seen these signs around surface parking lots. the surface lots are now closed, following the opening of a new parking garage on friday. the new garage offers 118 daily spots for 15 to 18 dollars a day. áandá 700 permit spots for 120 dollars a month. that's nearly double the number of permit spots at the old garage. riders tell us -- they are
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happy about more permit parking but are not about the cost.
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( marty ) a happy reunion in san francisco. a 14-year-old is back with his prized possession -- his violin. the teenager accidently left his áveryá expensive violin on a muni bus earlier last month. kron 4's charles clifford was there for the very special reunion. friday afternoon, a very grateful teenager received his prized violin back. the san francisco returned this 1200 dollar violin to 14 -year-old william paik. william accidentally left the violin on muni bus back on feb. 20th. he contacted muni and police but it took a more than a month to find it. video on the muni bus showed this woman taking the violin off thbus. the police department says
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that after they went public with the story someone returned the violin but they wouldn't say if it was the same women. or if anyone will face charges for taking the violin.william is just happy to have it back.sot thank you to the officers for finding it. with out you i wouldn't have gotten it back. william also says that since he lost the violin he's been using a borrowed on which he will now need to return.in san francisco ,charles clifford kron 4 news. coming up after the break... teachers at an east bay school staged a walk in to try and avoid a strike.
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( marty ) live look outside... at the golden gate bridge. lets send it back over to lawrence karnow for a look at your forecast this down the golden gate bridge this morning, let's go ahead and get the forecast from lawrence karnal high lawrence. we couldn't ask for better timing with high pressure building in that's going to kind of shut off the rain for the weekend see the jet stream well to the north now that means not only was he the sunshine gets warm temperatures coming away maybe tomorrow. so those numbers may be getting near upper 70's the warmest parts the bay area. enjoy while we have a little break in the stormy weather but storms on the horizon
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today, lots of sunshine coming our way and then a few high clouds begin to move in late in the day on sunday by monday guess what we have a chance of some rain moving back in late in the afternoon showers continuing into tuesday. a little break after that but then you know what we're going to keep things a very unsettled probably wet in the latter part of next week too so enjoy the sunshine while we the sunny much of the state numbers running up in the 70's in the southern california and you're looking at beautiful weather here to 61 degrees in san francisco, 57 degrees and the civic a breezy along the coastline 61 in burlingame unclear. a beautiful day of foster city of 64 66 in palo alto our friends in the south they enjoy temperatures near 70 degrees in the san jose and campbell to 72 in pleasanton 72 also in dublin about 70 walnut creek 71 degrees for a high. and sunny and conquer 67 degrees in oakland 16 in richmond, 69 and lael 70 degrees in the napa valley, beautiful weather a little breezy along the coastline, keeping those temperatures in
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the 50's and low 60's over the next couple days can ask for a nicer weekend and then things begin to change on monday with a chance of showers late in the day, maybe some lingering showers on tuesday. more rain late in the week. all right lawrence, thanks a lot of us go to the east bay this morning where you've heard of walkouts but parents and students staged a walk in. >>across schools in fremont on friday to support teachers who are fighting for a new contract. kron for sarah stinson reports from warm springs elementary school in fremont. >>it wasn't just fremont unified school district teachers in this walking today. it was also dozens of parents and students standing together with teachers in the fight for a fair contract. when you get soaked up some time they come out they fight for us because. >>we need it we need their help we need their support the district's only get a budget they see that parents are upset and the parents i spoke with say they can't believe teachers are getting the support they need to help their children succeed.
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>>to to not support the core of our community is is a travesty. >>the fremont unified school district, teachers association are at impasse with the school district as negotiations continue. >>in a statement to kron 4 news the district's superintendent doctor, kim wallace said fighting for - they are just choosing to not give us the money.">heather driscoll and her husband both work as teachers in the district - both of them are now waiting to apply to other districts as she says she just can't afford to live here with the current pay. (nat)the district and teachers association will meet next on april fourth for a fact finding hearing.(on cam) teachers say they hope an agreement can be reached soon so they can avoid authorizing a strike.in fremont, sara stinson, kron four news.
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( marty ) a health scare on áthisá united airlines plane .. heading to san francisco. the plane was diverted to the washington d.c. area ... because of a strong odor onboard,.. seven passengers were taken to the hospital a passenger shared on twitter that united blamed the issue was caused by a ventilation problem. united did not confirm the cause. ( marty ) taking out your laptop to get through airport security can be a hassel. but, soon -- you may not have to. the t-s-a is buying 300 computer tomography systems. c-t scanning can provide 3-d images that the current x-ray scanners can't. that means you can leave your electronics in your bag. the t-s-a says the machines will arrive in some airports this summer. in the next three to four years, software improvements are
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expected to allow passengers to leave liquids, gels, and aerosols in carry-on luggage. ( marty ) a measure to send relief to thousands of natural disaster victims is at standstill -- again. a portion of the 13 and a half billion dollar disaster fund would help wildfire victims in california. but as anna wiernicki reports -- lawmakers are at odds over how much money will go to hurcane ravaged puerto rico. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says america's heartland is under watermitch mcconnell: many americans are still waiting, praying, and working to mitigate the destruction from devastating flooding. mcconnell says the $13 billion dollar disaster relief bill is long overduethe bill would help states rebuild military bases damaged in recent hurricanes and repair water systems. it even provides help for farmers washed out by this spring's river flooding...but the bill has hit yet another road block. new jersey democrat bob menendez says more money should be going to puerto rico bob menendez: this legislation should help them get the job done, not set them back. 3.5 million americans living on
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the island are still trying to recover basic services and rebuild after hurricane maria two years ago.anna wiernicki (stand up)@annaewiernickitake cg @ 0:47-0:54democrats say they won't support the disaster relief bill áunless it includes more money for puerto ricobut president trump says puerto rico has enough already.donald trump: they don't know how to spend the money and they're not spending it wisely.anna wiernicki: but senate minority leader chuck schumer says puerto rico is still suffering...chuck schumer: have received a sliver of the funding they need.anna wiernicki: mcconnell says there's no time to argue about this. farmers in the midwest and southeast need the money now, if there's going to be a harvest this year. the senate is expected to vote on the bill next week.in washington, i'm anna wiernicki. ( marty ) even without the federal money -- there are small signs of rebuilding in paradise. last november's 'camp fire' wiped out the town... and killed 85 people. this week -- a city hall clerk issued building permits to a pair of families to rebuild the first two ... of
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the 11-thousand homes destroyed in the fire so far, only three properties have been given the green light to rebuild. but the mayor of paradise says, that's still a good sign. live look outside... richmond bridge a certain big-
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earred elephant is set to soar this weekend... but, how high
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will it fly? david daniel has the box office preview. "welcome, baby dumbo. we're all family here, no matter how small."return to the big top this weekend as "dumbo" takes flight. tim burton directed this live-action take on the animated classic, which analysts expect to debut at 50- million dollars or more -- far less than other recent disney remakes, such as "beauty and the beast" and "the jungle book," but enough to nose out "us" for the weekend title. "moondog's from another dimension."two very different films are opening on a smaller scale than "dumbo" -- the matthew mcconaughey stoner comedy "the beach bum," on about 750 screens, and the anti-abortion drama "unplanned," on about a thousand. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( marty ) a california man is feeling like a million bucks -- after a babe ruth baseball card he bought for just two bucks could be auctioned off for more than 4 million dollars. dale ball says this is a genuine 1921
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babe ruth, w-5- 7-5-point-one-b card made by the shotwell company. ball says he has a host of other high-priced, old baseball cards he could sell -- of ty cobb, cy young, walter johnson... even an old cleveland team card featuring "shoeless joe jackson." ( marty ) happening today --- a celebration to honor labor activists cesar chavez and dolores huerta. it kicks off later this morning in pittsburg. the free event starts at 11 with a march and rally at pittsburg city hall. followed by a celebration at marina vista elementary school at noon. a health fair will also be held.. ( christina ) i'm live in the south bay --- where yet another case of measles has been reported. i'll have the very latest --- coming up. ( marty ) plus... a father is pleading with governor newsom to be allowed to see his son, who is fighting for
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his life in an east bay ( marty ) and a family is speaking out after police released body cam footage of the night their son was shot and killed.
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( marty ) a great start to the
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morning... but what can we expect for the rest of the weekend? lets check in with lawrence karnow to find out. ( marty ) ( marty ) ( marty ) a four-year-old oakland a four-year-old
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oakland boy continues to cling to life after accidently shooting himself in the head earlier this week. his father is currently in prison, and is asking governor newsom to let him see his son. kron4's dan thorne has the story. 4 year old navaun jackson is clinging to life after accidentially shooting himself in the head at an east oakland home. police say the boy found the loaded gun in an unlocked case under a bed. the boy's father nathan jackson is currently in jail in salinas. his side of the family is calling on governor newsom to allow jackson to be by the boy's bedside. organization's including california families united for justice and march on plan to visit jackson at the prison tomorrow. a statement from navaun's great aunt jamilia land says in part quote.."our family is devastated and all we're asking for now is some mercy from governor newsom. navaun deserves tohave his father by his side as fights for his life. if this isn't a moment for compassion, what is?"there was a heavy police presence in the oakland neighborhood where the shooting happened wednesday afternoon. police arrested the mother's boyfriend 37-year-old terrence wilson on thursday. he's
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facing several felony charges including being a felon in possession of a firearm. ( marty ) that was kron4's dan thorne reporting. navaun's aunt plans to give his father an update on his son's condition at the prison later today. there will then be a press conference where the family plans to call on the governor for help. ( marty ) also in the east bay, police have charged the wife of a pittsburg principal with murder. 45-year-old paul shatswell died last sunday. police say his wife -- 39-year-old ámaria videsá --shot him in the head at their home two weeks ago. shatswell was a principal at pittsburg adult education center. he was also a father of eight children -- ranging from six- to 29 -years old. vides is being held on 2-million dollars bail
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at the contra costa county jail in martinez. ( marty ) a 16-year-old boy is charged in connection with a deadly shooting outside the west oakland bart station. police say the shooting happened in the bart parking lot thursday. a 17-year- old girl was killed. police arrested the suspect friday afternoon outside of his home in oakland. police say the two teenagers knew each other -- and the shooting was targeted. officers have not released a motive-- but say the pair got into a fight before the shooting. the victim's identity has not yet been released. marty ) police in richmond are investigating a fatal shooting in the area of second street and chanslor avenue. they responded to the neighborhood thursday night and found 36-year-old jorge ponce suffering from several gun shot wounds. police say ponce was unresponsive and died at the scene. they are asking anyone who has information on the shooting to contact ( marty ) breaking overnight --- a man was hit and killed by a vehicle in concord. concord police say it happened around 7 friday night on
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arnold industrial way. the driver remained at the scene and cooperated with investigators. they say it does not appear drugs or alcohol were involved. the identity of the victim has not yet been released. ( marty ) another case of measles has been reported in the south bay. that makes three cases in just the last few weeks.(áboxesá) christina tay-tro joins us live now at the santa clara health department with the latest. christina? the third measles case so far just this year in santa clara...and there's one common thread amungst all of them. each one had to do with international travel.however the santa clara county health department tells us this case is not connected to the two precious cases reported on march 26th or march 6th.in this latest incident a santa clara resident came home from traveling out of the country and came down with the disease. the health department tells us they know exactly where this person was while contagious and none were pubic places like the two other cases before. they are reaching out to all who might have come into contact with this person while they were contagious.health professionals tells us you should make sure your children
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are vaccinated.sot: "dr. alex evens, sot: "dr. alex evens, marin general hospital"parents shouldn't panic, most patients don't die from measles but if your child is not vaccinated about 1 in 500 or 1 in 1000 who get measles will dielook live: one the health departent identifies who has been in contact iwth has been in contact iwth has been in identifies who has been in contact iwth the person who has measles ...there are several steps they can take to help elleviate the symptoms and cure the issue...it all depends reporting in san jose ... christina tetreault kron4
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(áboxesá) thanks christina. ( marty ) speaking of flights into the bay area --- a health scare on áthisá united airlines plane .. heading to san francisco. the plane was diverted to the washington d.c. area ... because of a strong odor onboard,.. seven passengers were taken to the hospital a passenger shared on twitter that united blamed the issue was caused by a ventilation problem. united did not confirm the cause. ( marty ) taking out your laptop to get through airport security can be a hassel. but, soon -- you may not have to. the t-s-a is buying 300 computer tomography systems. c-t scanning can provide 3-d images that the current x-ray scanners can't. that means you can leave your electronics in your bag. the t-s-a says the machines will arrive in some airports this summer. in the next three to four years, software improvements are expected to allow passengers
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to leave liquids, gels, and aerosols in carry-on ( marty ) still ahead on kron4 news weekend... fremont students and parents joined together with teachers with their demand for better pay. ( marty ) plus... a family is speaking out after police body cam footage was released of the night their son was shot and killed. ( marty ) but first... doctors across the country are pushing for new laws to discourage kids from drinking sugary drinks.
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4 your health this morning... physicians' groups have long been against high consumption of sugary drinks in the united states. and now, they are calling for several new policies to limit access to those kind of drinks by children and teens. meredith wood has more. parents aren't the only ones concerned abouthow much sugar their kids are consuming.the american academy of pediatrics and the american heart association have teamed up, targeting the makers of sugary beverages.the two physician groups released policy recommendations for lawmakers across the country, to encourage them to help reduce the amount of sugary drinks children consume.the recommendations include adding a tax on those beverages. according to the lead author, taxing these products would have the greatest impact.other recommendations include:- a federal nutrition assistance program to ensure access to healthy foods and discourage sugar-sweetened drinks- regulations that require added sugar contents be listed on product labels, advertisements and restaurant menusan increase in childhood obesity
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and type two diabetes were among the reasons behind the changes.the american beverage associationresponded to the policy suggestions saying parents are the ones who should be in charge of their child's nutrition.they also argue beverages are not the sole reason behind the country's obesity epidemic.for today's health minute, i'm meredith wood. ( marty ) more americans believe -- e-cigarettes are harmful. that's according to a study published this week in the journal of the american medical association. researchers reviewed data from two national surveys of adults every year. they found that between 20-12 and 20-17-- the number of people who believed that e-cigarettes are equally as bad as regular cigarettes... went up. in one study-- the number more than tripled during those years. the study also found an increase in those who thought e-cigarettes were more harmful than regular cigarettes. researchers say -- the changing public perception of e-cigarettes could benefit teens and young adults the most. ( marty ) take a look at this. this vending machine in las vegas is stocked with
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naan. that is the nasal spray which blocks the effects that opioids have on the body and -- in some cases -- prevents an overdose. nevada health officials say, the easy availability of narcan is making a major difference with opioid addiction in the southern part of the state. the machines will also eventually have other health- related items such as hygiene kits, safe sex kits ... and pregnancy tests. live look outside... san francisco international airport. you know when you're at ross
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out on downtown san francisco this morning. salesforce tower in the background. not a cloud in the sky. lets send it over to lawrence karnow to tell us what we can expect for the rest of the morning and the rest of this beautiful saturday... ( marty )
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you're looking at beautiful weather here to 61 degrees in san francisco, 57 degrees and the civic a breezy along the coastline 61 in burlingame unclear. a beautiful day of e% foster city of 64 66 in palo alto our friends in the south they enjoy temperatures near 70 degrees in the san jose and campbell to 72 in pleasanton 72 also in dublin about 70 walnut creek 71 degrees for a high. and sunny in cocker 67 degrees in oakland 16 enrichment, 69 and lael 70 degrees in the napa valley, beautiful weather a little breezy along the coastline, keeping those temperatures in the 50's and low 60's over the next couple days can ask for a nicer weekend and then things begin to change on monday with a chance of showers late in the day, maybe some lingering
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showers on tuesday. more rain late in the week. all back to the news this morning, the chp made a startling discovery during a stop on highway 99. >>said this week, according to the chp officer found 3 cereal boxes. each one of them contained a kilo of cocaine. the officer had stopped 45 year-old jose cardenas for illegally tinted windows and uncovered the boxes during the search of his vehicle. police say the average price of a kilo of cocaine is $28,000 but broken down and sold by the gram each of the boxes would be worth $40,000. in national news this morning president trump is again threatening to shut down the us southern border. he called the situation of the border, a cascading crisis ed lavandera takes a closer look at the legal immigration and how it's affecting communities along the border. >>every day this week buses have dropped off nearly a 100 central american migrants on
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the doorstep of the good neighbor settlement, how shelter in brownsville texas. most are requesting asylum but the scene is sparking frustration among immigrant rights advocates as legions of volunteers scrambled to help mothers and fathers with their children. >>what we see is that our community is being instrumental eyes as of. as a tool in larger political game that is completely antithetical to what the communities here wants. >>good neighbor settlement is one of several shelters helping migrants suddenly released this week by customs and border protection. the agency says it can't handle the massive number of migrants crossing the border. >>and the ration system was at breaking point. >>cbp officials say border patrol agents are on pace for apprehensions and encounters with more than a 100,000 migrants in march which would be the highest number of monthly illegal border crossings in a decade, the department of homeland security secretary today is warning the system is in freefall and president trump
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says the 10's of thousands of migrants requesting asylum, we're carrying out a big fat con job and is now threatening to shudown the border to control illegal immigration. >>and we're track. for a million illegal aliens. trying to rush our borders, it is an invasion, you know that come from muslim the >>we met doma and her daughter at the shelter in brownsville they asked we not show their faces because they fear being returned to el salvador. >>the new miss as she fled her home country with her daughter because they feared being killed. gang members murdered her mother last year. her daughter says 3 police officers unleashed a bruising attack on her in january, kicking and punching her for reasons that were never clear that's when they decided to leave. advocates say this is not a con job, but real people facing life and death consequences. >>we are not ignorant here in time when they're supposed to appear in immigration court. but here they are not getting
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those dates."the trump administration says there is no "manufactured crisis on the southern border" and that there is a real humanitarian and security crisis unfolding. laura peqa is a former immigrations and customs enforcement agency lawyer turned immigrant advocate. laura peqa/immigrant advocate: "they're holding folks longer than they're supposed to and then orchestrating mass releases intended to really frustrate the already fragile infrastructure that's here in place in the rio grande valley." ed lavandera/reporti ng: "so you think it's deliberate?"laura pena/immigrant advocate: "yes." ( marty ) that was áed lavanderaá reporting. the president says he could shutdown the border as early as next week if mexico does not stop the
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flow of migrants into the u-s. but when asked if the department of homeland security is making plans to fully close the border... a senior official said, not as of now. ( marty ) meanwhile... the secrety of homeland security is asking her employees to do 'volunteer' work at the u-s border with mexico. in a letter to d-h-s agency leaders earlier this week ... secretary ákirstjen nielsená said the situation at the border is 'dire'. she is asking for employees to volunteer and help with transportation, food distribution, and medical needs. neilsen said customs and border protection, along with ice are "not equipped" to handle the current number of migrants. she also asked for attorneys to volunteer for year- long rotations ...to work on immigration litigation and case support. ( marty ) we could see a redacted version of special counsel robert mueller's report in the next few weeks. attorney general áwilliam barrá says the justice department will release the
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edited documents to congress and the public by mid-april or sooner. barr released a summary of mueller's 400 page report on the russia investigation last sunday. in it -- barr said the russia investigation did not establish the trump campaign conspired with the russian government ahead of the 2016 election. but he said mueller's report did not exonerate trump on whether he obstructed justice. barr is offering to testify before congress shortly after it's released. ( marty ) it was madness on the hardwood last night in the n-c-a-a tournament. we'll brake down the nail bitting games... and take a look at who is moving on the the elite 8... after the break. (ácommercialá)
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we were on the verge of witnessing history and not in a good way. through the franchise's existence, the giants have never been shut out twice to start a season... and they were close tonight. --giants in san diego... pablo sandoval hyping up tonight's pitcher derek holland pregame. --but it didn't seem to work out. bottom 2nd-- no outs, padres with runners at 2nd and 3rd.. manuel margot...base hit to right field... padres up 2-nothing. -fast forward to the 9th, san diego up 4-zip... looking to close it out, evan longoria has other plans... longo... deep to left center and it's gone. first
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run of the year for the giants. --then it got interesting... giants managed to load the bases... brandon belt, can save the day.. but he strikes out looking to end the game.. --giants fall 4-1...and move to 0-and-2. back at it tomorrow. back in oakland--a's looking to make it 2 wins in a row at home --bottom of the 6th--no score....until khris davis....launches one to left field.....a tape measure homerun.. his 3rd in 4- games.. that gives the a's a 2-nothing lead... --angels would tie it up. iin the 8th, andrelton simmons... soft liner into center .... that would bring in kole calhoun and mike trout... halos move out in front 4-2.... --top of the 9th, same score, trout helps put it away... hits a 2-run double to deep right.... --6-2 angels your final... game 3 tomorrow night. night. night. now to the
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warriors, who can't finish off the regular season quietly... crazy night for the champs in minnesota. --warriors and the wolves. jordan bell back with the team after a one game suspension for conduct detrimental to the team. --now to the game, we'll go right to overtime...warriors down 2. .kevin durant....with the jumper to tie it....117-all. 23-points for the finals mvp. --moments later, wild drama. 4-seconds to go, warriors down 3. steph curry...with no room at all... throws up a corner 3.... and comes up clutch. game tied at 130, with .8 seconds to go . --looks like we are in line for double ot, but not so fast....with five tenths of a second left.... foul is called on kevin durant for holding karl anthony towns on the inbound. --towns to the line for 2-shots... would hit one... and grab the rebound on the other. --warriors lose a heartbreaker 131-130, barely clinging to first place out west. they host the hornets on sunday. --now to some madness at the college leve, coach k and the blue devils meeting virginia tech. --2nd half....duke up by 4....welcome to the zion
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show. tre jones lobs it up and zion williamson...right there to throw it down. -- later on-- a second helping... jones to zion again... what a game for the freshman sensation, 23-points. --but tech would give them a fight, in the final seconds, duke up 2, hokies have a chance to tie... ahmed hill, misses at the rim. --top-seed duke survives once again, 75-73... classic showdown on sunday against michigan state. now to a wild day in college basketball, more brackets busted this afternoon. bruce pearl and auburn facing top seed north carolina... --and the tigers feasted on the tar heels... converted 17-times from downtown... and shot 55-percent from the field... --carolina just completely overwhelmed... number one goes down, 97-80... waits for either houston or kentucky. live look outside...
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outside. lets check in with lawrence karnow to find out what to rest of the day.
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while we have these numbers look good toward the afternoon 73 degrees and live more 71 in concord about 70 degrees. the santa rosa in the napa valley 61 degrees downtown san francisco and 67 degrees in redwood city as we look out over thnext couple days here we go beautiful sunshine today, more sunshine tomorrow with a few high clouds in the afternoon but warmer temperatures. a chance of rain developing late the day on monday. >>back to the news this morning new video released by the vallejo police department shows what led up to the deadly officer-involved shooting of 20 year old willie mccoy. kron four scale long reports mccoy's family is outraged by the video and says they're moving forward with a civil lawsuit against the vallejo police department. >>every time that we look at
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that video we can do is just think about what will be you know. whether he is a person that was i'm always trying to help somebody for him to get that is just the acceptable. >>the family of 20 year-old willie mccoy and their attorney john burris are speaking out after just released a video by the vallejo police departments showing what led up to the deadly officer-involved shooting was a squad. >>now use that term lightly but when you have that many shot this young man was shot to pieces. >>mccoy was killed by police in his car last month at a taco bell drive through and the unresponsive to call. >>my director according to police mccoy was found asleep inside his car officers noticed hr had a gun on his lap. police say mccoy moved suddenly and look at the officers when officers told mccoy to put his hands up he did not comply and moved his hands quickly towards the gun
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and that's what led to the officers firing at mccoy died at the scene his family outraged by the body camera video where he was a sitting duck to that call. >>he was sleep. >>and anybody can see that he moves they know what to do."> on friday, vallejo police released the body cameras of 6 officers involved in the fatal shooting that night.mccoy's family and their attorney acknowledge that it's important for the public to see exactly what happened but they will be looking into whether what happened to mccoy was a violation of his civil rights. ( marty ) investigators in san mateo county are looking into a deadly crash involving cal-
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train. a passenger took this picture on board the train, near the hillsdale cal- train station. investigators say -- the train hit a man who was trespassing on the tracks. the incident shutdown the tracks in both directions for about an- hour and a- half friday. no word yet on the victim's identity. this is cal- train's third fatality of this year. ( marty ) our other big story this morning... we are hearing of another case of measles in the south bay. this is the third measles case in santa clara county just this month. as kron four's dan kerman reports -- the latest case is a person who recently came back from a trip overseas. this rash more commonly known as the measles continues to make its way back.. santa clara county has reported it's 3rd case of the year. in this latest case a santa clara county resident returned after travelling internationally and came down with the measles. the county health department says this is not related to the incident announced march
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26 when an international traveler visiting the county contracted measles, or to the march 6 announcement when a santa cruz resident traveling on an international flight to sfo got the measles and then two additional passengers, one from santa clara county and another from san francisco ended up getting it too.in that second announcement, the health department released a full list of places the person with measles had been to. this time around they are not because they say they know exactly where this person was while contagious and none were public places like airports or restaurants. at this time the public health department is contacting all individuals who might have come in contact with this person while they were were contagious. and health professions say this should serve as a reminder to make sure kids are vaccinated. sot dr. alex evens/marin general hospital 1:12parents shouldnt panic, most patients dont die from measles, but if your child is not vaccinated, about 1 in 500 or 1 in 1000 who get measles will die. standup dan kerman 127once the health department has measles thay can take several steps including
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isolation, quarantne, and making certain spots off limits. it all depends on the individual. dan kerman kron 4 news. ( marty ) earlier this week -- we told you about a measles case linked to áthisá restaurant in livermore. the 'sauced barbeque restaurant' is downtown.. the alameda county health department is advising people who werethere between 8-pm and 11-pm on march 23rd , to follow up with their doctor immediately.. ( marty ) in stanislaus county --- health officials are looking to a possible measles exposure there too. they say -- a woman with measles attended a high school basketball game last week. the event drew hundreds of teens, parents and kids to turlock high school last thursday, a health
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official says -- at that time -- the woman did ánotá know she had the disease as far as they know -- the high school was the only place she went in the county. ( marty ) the measles concern now has state leaders on alert. our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala caught up with the director of the state department of public health to find out what is being done statewide... to address the problem. with sixteen measles cases confirmed in california..the state department of public health sent out a health alert friday to doctors across the state.((karen smith, ca dept. of public health)) "we want to be sure to remind providers that people can transmit measles before they're sick, so in a situation like the one we're having, asking people who come in with symptoms that might be measles, it's just important to have measles in front of mind and to ask about travel and contact with travelers."california department of public health direor karen smith says california typically sees about 25 measles cases a year. so far most of the state's cases are in northern california.((karen smith, ca dept. of public health)) "they are generally always
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associated with returning travelers who were unvaccinated or undervaccinated. the same thing is true this year although we do have slightly more cases than we had in the past few years."smith says the majority of the recently confirmed cases come from just a few travelers.((karen smith, ca dept. of public health)) "the biggest concern for us is the more people that come in to california with measles, the more likely they'll transmit in the period of time before they're sick.((az standup)) "smith says california is not in a measles emergency the way washington and new york are."smith: "but we are being very vigilant." the department expects to see slightly more measles cases this year. smith says vaccines are the single best protection society has against measles. tag. ( marty ) a measure to send relief to thousands of natural disaster victims is at standstill -- again. a portion of the 13.5 billion dollar disaster would also help wildfire victims in california. but as anna
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wiernicki reports -- lawmakers are at odds over how much money goes to puerto rico. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says america's heartland is under watermitch mcconnell: many americans are still waiting, praying, and working to mitigate the destruction from devastating flooding. mcconnell says the $13 billion dollar disaster relief bill is long overduethe bill would help states rebuild military bases damaged in recent hurricanes and repair water systems. it even provides help for farmers washed out by this spring's river flooding...but the bill has hit yet another road block. new jersey democrat bob menendez says more money should be going to puerto rico bob menendez: this legislation should help them get the job done, not set them back. 3.5 million americans living on the island are still trying to recover basic services and rebuild after hurricane maria are still trying to recover basic services and rebuild after hurricane maria 2 years ago democrats say they won't support the disaster relief bill unless it includes more
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money for puerto rico. but president trump says puerto rico has enough already. >>they don't not spend the money and they're not spending it wisely but senate minority leader chuck schumer says puerto rico is still suffering they've received a sliver of the funding they need. ( marty ) even without the federal money -- there are small signs of rebuilding in paradise. last november's 'camp fire' wiped out the town... and killed 85 people. this week -- a city hall clerk issued building permits to two families. they would build the first two ... of the 11-thousand homes destroyed in the fire so far, only three properties have been given the green light to rebuild. but the mayor of paradise says, this is still a good sign that the town will rebuild.
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send tower.outside...sutro live look ( marty )( marty ) live look outside...sutro tower. lets send it back over to lawrence karnow for a look at your forecast this morning. ( marty ) when people think of good nutrition, they often
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forget to think about water. water is healthy and hydrating, but it's not "nutritious". hydrating, but it's healthy and water is water. think about often forget to nutrition, they think of good when people ( marty ) in the southern california and you're looking at beautiful weather here to 61 degrees in san francisco, 57 degrees and the breezy along the coastline 61 in burlingame unclear. a beautiful day of foster city of 64 66 in palo alto our friends in the south they enjoy temperatures near 70 degrees in the san jose and campbell to 72 in pleasanton
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72 also in dublin about 70 walnut creek 71 degrees for a high. and sunny and conquer 67 degrees in oakland 16 in richmond, 69 and laos, 70 degrees in the napa valley, beautiful weather a little breezy along the coastline, keeping those temperatures in the 50's and low 60's over the next couple days can ask for a nicer weekend and then things begin to change on monday with a chance showers later in the day, maybe some lingering showers on tuesday. more rain late in the week. all right, thank you lawrence. well when we think of nutrition of good nutrition we often forget about water. >>it's not real sec see, but it is healthy and hydrating also not very nutritious didn't have any fat, no calories, no protein, our health expert, karen owoc, is here to clarify whether tasty caffeinated drinks are good or bad for staying hydrated. (á2 shotá)is water exciting to drink? plain water is
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odorless, tasteless, and colorless. if you aren't "thirsty", your taste buds may not be all that excited to drink water. some people find it difficult to drink plain water, so they opt for tea or coffee for hydration and enjoyment. but if you're trying to stay hydrated, you may have been told to avoid drinking tea and coffee because it may adversely affect your hydration. this is because caffeinated drinks, such as tea, have been thought to be "natural diuretics". "natural diuretics". what are
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diuretics? a diuretic is any substance that promotes the production of urine which causes you to lose more water (or excess water) from your body. studies that led to the theory that caffeinated drinks are diuretics arose from animal studies or human studies that used high-dose caffeine pills. the tea test (demo) tea is one of the healthiest beverages you can drink. it's rich in phytonutrients (healthy plant compounds) and like water, it's calorie-free. a study published in the british journal of nuition tested the effects of black tea which is a more complex substance than caffeine pills. test protocol á after a 10-hour fast and 24 hours of avoiding all caffeine, alcohol and vigorous exercise, 21 healthy resting exercise, 21 healthy resting men consumed 10 cups of
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caffeinated black tea at regular intervals - roughly 170 to 250 mg of caffeine or 17-25 mg/cup. note: a cup of brewed coffee contains 100-175 mg of caffeine; green tea: 20-30 mg. á the tea was prepared using tea bags and mixed with 20 ml of low-fat milk. á all food was controlled and they had nothing else to drink during the trial. á every drop of tea going in and every drop going out was measured and examined for color and electrolyte-water balance over a 24-hour period. á blood was sampled at the start of the trial and again at 1, 2, 4, 8, and 12 hours. á the test was repeated with á the test was repeated with boiled water. the results á there was absolutely no significant difference between drinking tea and water on blood and urine values. black tea had the same hydrating effects as water. the takeaway: enjoy your cup of tea and don't worry about your pee!
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why you need water water has many important functions. for example, water: á regulates body temperature á protects vital organs á lubricates joints á carries nutrients and oxygen to cells á moistens tissues á helps with digestion what are diuretics? á any substance that promotes the production of urine á causes the loss of water from your body
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stirring. >>take the tea bag out and then poured in the 4 teaspoons of become because they're doing scientific research they need to be that specific yes and the subjects had to be fasting for 10 hours. >>no they say still alcohol, no for 24 hours because those things will all cause you dehydrated so they ask a lot of the volunteers told you and only to actually dropped out the what a lot of testing. yeah, why not only that fast for 10 hours. and then watch them stir the ics ok so so it it doesn't include iced doesn't include green tea right and i would guess that doesn't include any type of sweetener either right right right because those sugars can cause you to dehydrate sure it really sucks the study said
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babe ruth card made by the shotwell company. ball says he has a host of other high-priced, old baseball cards he could sell -- of ty cobb, cy young, walter johnson... even an old cleveland team card featuring "shoeless joe jackson." ( marty ) a man in stockton came to the rescue of a puppy stuck inside a storm drain this week. jeremy cabaccang said he was driving around when he heard the puppy's cries for help. he noticed two puppies on the side of the road, waiting anxiously near a storm drain. sure enough, there was another puppy that had fallen through the narrow opening, and couldn't get out. jeremy stayed with the frightened pups while he waited on an animal control officer. the officer was able to get a lasso around the puppys beck and pull it to safety. jeremy says he will be the first one in line once the puppies are reafdy for adoption. ( marty ) happening today
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--- a celebration to honor labor activists cesar chavez and dolores huerta. it kicks off later this morning in pittsburg. the free event starts at 11 with a march and rally at pittsburg city hall. followed by a celebration at marina vista elementary school at noon. a health fair will also be held.. 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 news at eight. (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) (áábreakáá)(ácommercialá) - [announcer] if you want to make more money
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