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out there they're increasing in san francisco and elsewhere in the bay area. >>sexually transmitted diseases on the rise, not only in the city but across the bay area. thanks for joining us. i'm can way and i think you will kissin for pam moore, the concerning increase an std cases has public officials calling on people to get tested on first-and thorn spoke to a specialist at the city's department of public health and he has details for us tonight, hey dan. >>vicki a as these are rates continue to rise for infections like syphilis doctors are urging people that are sexually active to take precautions and to help fight against the spread of stds they also want these people to know that if they need help it's out there. as std numbers go up in san francisco, public health officials are calling on people to get tested. >>and just go is always been a place that's had relatively high rates of stds compared to other parts of the country doctor susan philip with the san francisco, public health
department says. >>the high rates of syphilis chlamydia and gonorrhea are concerning simple as has been especially worrying between 2017 2018 the number of women infected with syphilis increased by a 144% also in 2017 more than 280 babies were born in california with syphilis the groups most at risk for infection are sexually active game n transgender people young people and pregnant women. health officials are urging these groups to get tested treatment is curative for these infections. we have highly effective treatment. >>once you're treated you're cured of the bacterial infection. the syphilis gonorrhea chlamydia and you can't transmit any other partner. >>public health officials say condom use has gone down in the city of san francisco. it's believed that's one of the reasons there's an increase in the number of infections doctors recommend continuing the use of condoms because they're highly effective at preventing
syphilis chlamydia and gonorrhea. public health officials also recommend getting vaccinated against hepatitis a hepatitis b and human papilloma virus which can also be transmitted through sectional activity. reporting in san francisco, dan thorn kron 4 news. >>say you are following some developing news out of orange county one person has died in a plane crash at the fullerton municipal airport that's south of la and not too far away from disneyland the crash was reported just before 8 o'clock tonight. it's a beechcraft duke which is a twin engine plane that crashed during takeoff. that's according to an f a a spokesperson. officials say they believe the pilot was the only person on board th i that aircra'lcontinue to track this story updates will be posted online at kron four dot com and taking a look here in the bay area is a live look outside at san francisco's
embarcadero to its partner with a look or whether all that up and nice doesn't look and that will see the fog problems there but around the golden gate coca. >>trout that fog it's come to the troops. change is happening, you know a little bit cooler tomorrow and looks like on your saturday, somewhat unsettled with some winds and cooler field all of this. that's a father was speaking of right there right across alcatraz although we can make up just above that certainly the skyline which looks pretty nice all it up there as well. so what we have going on here some scattered cloud cover going on tonight tomorrow. yeah we're going to be reduced slightly on temperatures. the high is weakening, so we don't have the offshore flow. we're taking away some of the elements that really gave us a nice warm up today. they were not going to have tomorrow and then upstream this front is going to be a game changer to make saturday feel quite different than it was today, let's watch and a motion with the future cast for there's a cloud cover going on for tomorrow afternoon. kind of mostly sunny would probably som get to friday night saturday here comes the front. the possibility is there was some sprinkles was going make the mention of it there most
likely the higher elevations and if you do get rain enough to kind of mess up the car and not much more. we'll also get winds with this too which will be chip projecting for you in the future as well. now the longer range forecast talks about another incident like this later this is first of all the first one going on to a fraught tomorrow and saturday. high pressure reasserts itself so much of next week is going to be really feeling spring-like then we get to the end of next week and don't you know to get another disturbance which may have with it some rain by next friday into saturday certainly cooler temperatures will fall about and the extended and forecast to attend also show you that to 53 the low tonight, san francisco open coming in at 54. 55 meanwhile for san jose noting some one of those partly cloudy skies. highs tomorrow as we can see a little reduced those inland valleys into the lower 80's looks like that the east bay shoreline, it's back to the 70's along with the north bay, mid 70's, up there, upper 70's down around the south bay in the peninsula places like half
moon bay are going to be struggling into the upper 50's and you might get a little bit more of that fog hanging around more cloud cover because we don't have the offshore influence like we did for today. now so that more on shore and its correcting temperatures which we can also see for san francisco. some of the forecast here was pretty good by sunday and there's the warm up in a flavor of spring for the balance of the week but towards the end the week we got to watch out and see what happens with the new system coming up in a bit rid of the 4 zone forecast for you and also the tenet and back to you. >>facts that are now established by this report are damning whether they could or should have resulted in the indictment of the president are people around him. they are damning and we should call for better from our elected officials are accepting apologies today to for anybody who feels the grace. >>on in offering them there was no collusion and there certainly is no criminal conspiracy that any russians. >>after 2 years of
investigations are redacted version of the 400 plus page report from special counsel robert mueller is now public. and it's revealing how the president feared the investigation the president his claim for weeks said it exonerates him but the report is creating more questions. reporter kristen holmes has details now from washington. >>after 22 months of investigation, thousands of subpoenas and hundreds of interviews. the mueller report is finally out well at least the partially redacted mueller's report is out and with this. a lot of new questions. >>special counsel robert mueller's partially redacted report new in the trump campaign showed interest in emails stolen from democrats by russians meant to hurt hillary clinton. but found no evidence of a crime. >>the russian government illegally interfere with the 2016 presidential election. but did not find that the trump campaign or other americans colluded in those >>on the question of obstruction of justice mueller
is less clear his report identifying 10 instances with the president or his aides. they have attempted to curtail the investigation. a clue ding firing former fbi director james comey the evidence developed by the special counsel. >>is not sufficient to establish that the president committed and the destruction of justice just moments after the report's release. trump claimed a victory, no collusion, no obstruction. democrats disagree whether these contacts was officially elicit or not to rise level of a criminal conspiracy. they are unquestionably dishonest unethical immoral and unpatriotic and should be condemned. >>by every american. >>congressional democrats want more answers and demand the full unredacted report the special counsel made clear that he did not exonerate the president. and the responsibility now falls to congress to hold the president accountable for his actions.
>>and moving forward we now know that gary naylor who you just saw there the head of the judiciary committee has asked robert mueller to testify on capitol hill in a public hearing as soon as possible, reporting from washington, i'm kristen holmes back to you. >>i'm a story. we're following some of california's top leaders are weighing in on the release of the mueller report capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala is in sacramento with what they're saying. >>with lawmakers on spring break today, the capital is quiet. but many are still speaking out secretary of state alex by said in part the mueller investigation has heightened our need for additional resources to defend against cyber attacks and combat misinformation in elections. he went on to say in california we've taken action where the trump administration has failed to do so free and fair elections define america. it's time that the white house and republican leadership put our values ahead of partisanship and take action to preserve our democracy. meanwhile, california republican chairwoman jessica milan patterson was not available to speak on camera thursday, but
she did give us this statement, she said quote the mueller investigation is complete and his findings have been made public. ce trust that voters will consider it fully. california republicans are focused on the issues that matter to californians, including housing affordability homelessness health care public safety quality schools and economic opportunity by every measure the democrats are failing the people but republicans will offer solutions that 60's real and a worsening problems. bay area, congressman and presidential candidate eric swalwell is calling for attorney general william barr's resignation circulating this petition online. neither governor gavin newsome nor attorney general have ems commented directly to the release of the mueller report thursday afternoon that you did celebrate california's win in federal court against the trump administration's attempts to block some california laws that protect undocumented immigrants in a brief statement, the attorney general said quote as much as all the attention is on whether donald trump obstructed justice. we continue to prove in california that the rule of law not only stands for something but that people can not act outside of it.
reporting 4 news, the search continu deadly hit and run in that crash. >>the kill the mom and her 6 year-old son the child's uncle is fighting for his life tonight in the hospital today there was a march calling for a major change at the crash site. our first michelle kingston spoke to students demanding action. police have identified the man responsible for this hit and run but he's on the loose and they need your help tracking him down to bring justice to little angel. >>his mother alma and his uncle jamie. >>hundreds of students staff and parents marching for justice marching for or stop light in marching to remember angel land his small craft fair. that they die on saturday 6 year-old angel garcia vasquez was walking to the laundry mat on the corner of 26th and foot hill with his mom and uncle. >>when police say this man hit them and took off 27 year-old
ross not jalen is the suspect in this case and police say he's on the loose angel and his mom were killed in jamie garcia. the angels uncle is fighting for his life in the hospital while this and this from fremont high school. >>it was like a brother to me so seeing all these people around here makes me feel happy makes me too. there's something right that we have to fight for it. >>among the flowers candles stuffed animals and as drivers honked their horns in support of their movement everyone feels. >>school is like it could have been anyone and i think this has brought the community together they want to stop sign or stop light at the intersection where neighbors say people speeding don't pay
attention. >>which is why justice because this was not fair to take a lot of weight and there's just possible for just running away from people like from that's not our parks there's a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the driver. >>in opening the show kingston kron 4 news. >>another big story tonight after the massive wildfire in paradise last year officials are telling residents. not to drink the water they say that the water is now contaminated with cancer causing chemicals of benzene fixing the problem that could cost about million and take up to 2 years experts believe the extreme heat of the november firestorm created a toxic cocktail of gases in burning homes that was sucked into water pipes about 1500 of the town's 27,000 residents. they're living in the few surviving homes there. a water officials have warned them not
to drink to cook bathe in or brush their teeth with tap water. they only take really quick showers with warm water. they're giving cases are free bottled water to the residents on a daily basis. the attorney for an australian man charged with kidnapping said his client may have had a disengagement from reality when he allegedly grabbed a 2 year-old boy and tried to run off 34 year-old roscoe holyoke pleaded not guilty to kidnapping and child endangerment charges related to the incident that happened last friday in san francisco's castro district. today a judge ruled that holyoke must remain in custody without bail holyoke is reportedly in the us on a visa through 2023 if convicted, he could face up to 8 years in prison a south bay family is in shock tonight, their child is dead and his grandmothers been arrested for that death. >>the 70 year-old grandmother is facing a number of charges, including murder from force dan kerman has the details. >>this woman 70 year old boss hoss she's been charged with murder and child abuse for
allegedly strangling her 3 year-old grandson. police say monday afternoon they received a 911 call from the child's aunt when authorities arrived at this milpitas home. but the child lived with the and her children and his grandmother, the boy was unresponsive and later pronounced dead the child's grandmother was arrested wednesday evening in san jose. >>we never have to respond to that location for new types of the abuse allegations we don't have any knowledge of any previous abuse allegations police are not releasing any details about what led up to the murder saying they don't want to compromise the investigation. >>we're here speaking for that 3 year-old boy who cannot speak anymore tell us a thing about what happened. so we want to make sure have this the integrity of the case so again we can speak for this boy when it goes when it comes time for legal proceedings. >>neighbors didn't want to go on camera, but one young mother told me the incident terrified or to the point where she doesn't even want to think about it. police say the family including the parents
who live out of state are in shock. >>they say they've both been co-operative this well as started as for the grandmother, she is due to make her first court appearance 4 news. >>an 18 year-old is missing tonight after he fell off his bogey board this afternoon off the coast. in half moon bay rescuers. ended the search little earlier this evening for the team was last seen about 03:00pm at poplar beech the teens friends last saw him about 15 yards offshore and he appeared to be unresponsive rescuers were facing challenges such as high surf and low visibility from dense fog. contra costa. sheriff's deputies have arrested 27 year-old joshua johnson in connection to a dead body of a point on sunday deputies found the man at a park he was unconscious and not breathing first responders began cpr but the victim was pronounced dead at the scene detectives say johnson knew the victim they apparently had a dispute before the victim died johnson is currently being held at the
martinez detention facility on the peninsula, 40 year-old man pleaded not guilty to several charges related to an alleged machete attack marco i up on top cop is alleged to have attacked his former girlfriend. >>and her boyfriend in the lobby of their apartment in redwood city monday night. a poncho cop who has a son with his former girlfriend said he wanted to visit the boy when they came down to the lobby he confronted them with a machete i often joke hop and took the boy to a nearby park as for san mateo county sheriff's deputies say they were able to arrest the suspect 5 inmates were injured after a sheriff's office van was involved in a five-car crash in san jose this morning actually looks like a boss that happened on interstate 80 just north of highway 1 one santa clara county jail is taking the inmates in the bus when a previous was apparently trying to change lanes the driver of that car hit the bus and it immediately burst into flames 3 other cars were involved in the crash 5 inmates were taken to hospital for minor
injuries. nobody else was hurt. an emergency room employees being hailed as a hero tonight in san jose that employee. >>took action and what was at the time thought to be an active shooter situation. a good samaritan hospital. our first rough lot reports. >>as dozens of police responded to reports of a man with a gun here at good samaritan hospital. the man drove right up to the emergency room and then stormed inside says san jose police lieutenant todd lone act. >>the inner the emergency room and demanded to be seen. produced a handgun as people panicked and ran outside thinking there was an active shooter. >>a male nurse still inside the e r calmly confronted the intruder who had sat down on a gurney disarmed him and held him down until police arrived he walked up to him grabbed the gun threw it in tackle him and to come to that. it turns out the gun is a replica of a
sig sauer 9 millimeter pistol likely a pellet gun. but the whom police say is a military veteran did not know that when he decided to step up and take it from the man. >>you know in hindsight not a real gun, but he didn't know that it looks fight. it's absolutely looks real functions like a real gun, there's no reason to believe it was a real. >>no shooting occurred and no one was hurt the hospital did not identify the nurse who declined to be interviewed. police are the only ones who think he is a hero cindy in wayne our hospital neighbors very very brave to tackle him and take care of business and even the probably know was a pellet gun. >>so you know that doesn't minimize the the effort and a hero to the guy put in on that. >>in a statement, good samaritans said nothing about the merits but thanked police for their swift response. it's not clear if the intruder n nee he arrived the gun may have been fake but the panic it caused was the real thing said lieutenant low knack it just. >>the chaos that ensued from people running out in the
crowded emergency room and you know people assume the worst witch was reasonable a male nurse that confronted him thinking at a real fire. and disarmament tackle them was a hero in san jose rep flood kron 4 news. >>the couple in the southern california house of horrors case will be sentenced tomorrow, david and louise turpin were convicted of child abuse for torturing and starving 12 of their children. the riverside county district attorney's office says the couple pleaded guilty to 14 charges including account of torture back in february. authorities say 12 of the couple's 13 children were abused malnourished and rarely allowed to even leave their home. the youngest was just 2 years old when they were rescued in january of 2018 was the o ly one who did not appear to be abused. a 29 year-old female victim weighed just 82 pounds, new information tonight on the fires the notre john cathedral, french investigators believe an
electrical short circuit most likely caused the devastating fire. officials say they're still working to stabilize fragile sections of the church wall before repair work can begin inside in the meantime they're considering building a small temporary church on the plaza outside the cathedral to hold mass until they can move back inside the notre cathedral houses more than religious history of the cathedral's pipe organ is considered by many as a. >>first place of western tonight, we're learning about one georgia man special connection to the instrument. >>bach is the music director and organist at the cathedral of saint john the baptist here in savannah. he's actually playing music written on order dom's famous pipe organ. the last 2 years doctors or knox been preparing to perform a concert at the world famous cathedral on an instrument that changed the course of
musical history. well, it's one of the great important places in the whole music history of western music. the lee emanates from there this organ is the largest in france with 5 keyboards in more than 8,000 pipes, 900 of which are considered historic this great instrument has changed over the centuries, but it's been in the same spot under the iconic rose window since the 15th century, the first organ in that building dates for about 1460. >>the organ that exists now. was first installed in 1918 but it has many pipes that predate to the 1868. >>the concert was set for march, but the invitation was extended 2 years i've had a long association with the organist there. >>that and friends and colleagues for a long time and then just one day i got this invitation to complain so it was sort of the culmination of
are. >>career for not hopes the fired didn't score to future be really wonderful to be invited back after the funeral is restart. well no one can tell if there's been any water damage to note or doms oregon but its full restoration, that'll likely be required to address any damage done by smoke and debris from that fire. >>still ahead tonight at 1030 some backlash over the proposed site of a new ballpark for the oakland a's will hear from people who are fighting to keep the team in east oakland. plus from bad to worse concerns about the problems are growing sinkhole could cause of it's not a fix soon. and after the break president trump hosting wounded warriors today at the white house will have details ahead. >>and if you're streaming us on kron on the news continues during
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because we believe all men deserve a razor just for them. the best a man can get. gillette. >>president trump hosted wounded warriors from a cross country this morning at the white house the a recovering veterans say they appreciate the president's support as they fight the battle at home against ptsd depression and suicide our washington dc correspondent jackson has details. >>president trump says he's having a good day and he's happy to be among friends in the wounded warriors started to be in the presence of true american hero sue group of injured service members and veterans visited the white house just one day after their annual soldier ride the 40
cycling event helps wounded warriors overcome physical and mental challenges veteran jeremiah polly from ohio suffered injuries in iraq and says the right help him get back on his feet because i know for myself if this organization didn't exist. i might not be alive today. i know there are a lot lawyers that feel the same way figure shows suicide rates among service members are rising advocates say resources from lawmakers defense officials and the president are needed we know that with the right support wounded veterans regularly overcome the adversity of their injuries president trump says he's committed to rebuilding our nation's military and improving mental health services. >>for veterans and service members. that's why he's pushing for increased funding for the defense department and the department of veterans affairs as part of his proposed 2020 budget because without the defense of our nation our budget does it matter wounded warriors showed their gratitude by presenting this bronze statue to the commander in chief. >>president trump assured them will continue to support those who served and sacrificed was will find a permanent place at
least 4 6 years. in washington 3 jackson. coming up families heading to a pop and in elk grove enjoy the amenities, the park has to offer but now park officials are enforcing new restrictions on visitors. >>to help get duck's back on a healthy diet plus a brazen burglary at a nice page or east or we'll take a closer look at who police are looking for tonight little bit of fog is the setting across the bay a bit but the suffer clear shopping get from our sutro can temperatures mostly in the 60's. coming up your super duper extended that's the tenet and keep it here on for news. there's a lot more
>>the oakland a's plans for a new stadium on the city's waterfront is getting some loud opposition from people working in and around the port of oakland trumpers morning. kelly was at a rally today were dock workers and truck drivers voice their concerns that this project could jeopardize operations. >>it was here at oakland city hall that a group of people representing different factions of the cities. bustling maritime industry came to voice their opposition to the idea of the oakland a's, making a new home that the city's waterfront. >>longshoreman and others representing truck drivers and those in shipping said putting a ballpark and housing at howard terminal could mess up shipping and loading schedules
and restrict the ports ability to grow. >>this port of oakland is no different then an assembly long you have the brothers of the out w the thought boat operators you have the less the lines that come in from all over the world. you hoff the world that are bringing in thrall plan. trains over a mile long were talking about putting a playground in the middle of type of a work area. what is on they also expressed concerns about moving jobs away from the a's kerr. >>a location in east oakland. that's where they say the a's should build their new ballpark. the mayor says it's possible that their city's maritime industry can be protected while the a's build a new waterfront stadium and she believes that the team moving out of east oakland could actually create more opportunities there now the coliseum land has amazing potential.
>>to actually create many more jobs than it currently hosts. i mean right now it is primarily a giant surface parking lot that does not support many jobs at all and so oakland can happen folks they can have a fantastic job growth both as part of the howard terminal project and as a redevelopment of the coliseum area. those speaking out in opposition here said repeatedly that they support the oakland a's. >>they just want them to stay where they are now kelly kron 4 news. it's an annual tradition to honor those who were lost, but remember san francisco's resilience. the city commemorated the. >>19 oh 6 earthquake today. each year hundreds turn out many and there are early 20th century garb including maryland and breed. it is the 113 per year of the gathering events include a stop at lot as fountain where there was a moment of silence for thousands of victims of the quake and the building of a fire hydrant that help save the mission district from the
fires. >>sinkhole in the town of morocco continues to get wider the sinkhole outside mike peterson's business green valley auto repair is now 2 feet by 5 feet and 12 feet deep. he says he noticed an indentation in the ground at the end of march but about 2 weeks ago. it caved in. we're lucky we're getting into the dry season now. >>you know it's not that ring. we're also fortunate that that happened we caught it before anybody got her phone the whole minds else. >>here's what the asphalt on grass look like on april 6th less than 2 weeks ago and here's what it looks like now on center street at read boulevard sinkhole is located on private property not owned by the town of morocco so public works is working with the property owner to arrange for immediate repairs before the already fragile pipe underground failed us and turning to bury a weather with a meteorologist. sparked
that's his name today. i even guys get 80 or a buddy a very mild night in stores, what we got a. >>some wispy high clouds making an appearance to receive picking up a little bit coming in from the south. that's the big game changer up there that saturday story and it's going to be a little cooler and murray's ear. this light on shore when taken hold in the peninsula, san francisco to 15 miles per hour. but most other locations are single digits for the inland areas and coming out of the kind of variable direction look at current temperatures were in the 60's lighting up the east bay shoreline antioch still standing at 70 though, but again most areas are retired to the 60's and some chilly 50's off towards the west about or 5952 for half moon bay, lining up for you about 62 by the witching hour 1 o'clock in about 60 with mostly clear skies. again the little the way some high clouds to make an appearance there let's take a look at your 10 to 10 we have the forecast snapping back to spring like weather looks like as we get into early next week, however, towards the end of the forecast period friday
into saturday sunday looks like another system look out for which may bring some showers our way come on saturday in a very energetic money. he is an overachiever jumping into monday there too back to you. i think you dates a jewelry heist in a quiet ease baytown police releasing surveillance images of the suspects having somebody in the community recognizes them. >>clapper says it made you gives us a closer look at who police are looking for tonight. >>take a close look at these surveillance images of burglars breaking into the diablo fine jewelry store in the town about a the contra costa county sheriff's office dispatch received a report of an alarm sounded at the jewelry store around one 30 am on monday april 15th. with deputies arrived the burglars were nowhere to be found. the investigation revealed that these gain entry to the store by shattering the front ay with undisclosed amount of >>that actually is a really cool little store and i'm shocked that something like that would happen of brazen jtw
burglary as out of character for their quiet little town it is strange that because they are the cop stations right over there. it's safe we're not that far and this is actually the area they patrol the river that right on red right there so pretty. >>pretty crazy it could happen right here such a quiet and beautiful place i mean we go walking every day. >>we know we were walking at 11 o'clock at night you now out and about. >>the residents here everyone are so friendly, you know, everyone's willing to help everyone so it's a shopping. >>investigators with the sheriff's office counted 4 mill burglary suspects in the surveillance videos flood wearing a very distinct sweatshirt with a huge logo on the back the suspect vehicle is described as a newer 4 door honda civic with aftermarket rims and . >>lives are believed to have driven away going east on stone down the road for the interstate 6, 8, >>if you think you recognize the man in these images. the sheriff's office would like to hear from you. in alamo has a kron 4 news.
>>sacramento, mayor darrell steinberg and other members of the city council announced another homeless shelter will be opening up soon this time in downtown sacramento. the city is working with mercy housing in the sacramento housing redevelopment agency to renovate capitol park hotel once renovations are complete city leaders say it will have a 180 rooms including somewhat r-az facilities. the city says the project could begin within the next year. >>and so this is big and it's exciting. and it gets says another 180 beds towards the of 800 >>it is not lost on my residents, our businesses are the people come to visit or work downtown that homelessness is a serious problem and our central city core. one of the biggest and most meaningful steps to resolving hotel, but city says it will help find them a new place to live.
>>for your money tonight, a big error by the state for the process his tax returns officials say they issued more than 23,000 refunds without verifying whether people had entered accurate wage information. the franchise tax board plans to start sending out letters to people across california next week they're going to let you know if you received an improper refund because of the air officials say most of the people affected will see no change in their returns but the board is still evaluating. it's not clear just how many people might have received a larger or a smaller return and they should have the mistake was due to a technology. much. more problems for facebook the company has admitted it collected one and a half million users email contacts without their consent. it is the latest privacy issue hit the giant tech firm facebook said yesterday the user's email contact list had been unintentionally uploaded to facebook following a design change almost 2 years ago a facebook spokesperson said the firm did not realize this was happening intel this month.
the company says that they are now in the process of deleting the mistakenly uploaded contact lists and that they had not been shared with anybody outside of facebook or also earning millions more instagram passwords were exposed than previously thought last month facebook which owns instagram said it had inadvertently stored passwords in plain text that made it possible for thousands of employees to search them facebook and instagram initially thought the security lapses affected 10's of thousands of people but now they're estimating the number is in the millions, you know some people say the business world. >>and actually the case for an 11 year-old fresno county girl reporter gilbert my own has more on how she's captivating audiences with her slimy creations. ari's og of khloe this slime opens up a world of possibilities are endless you can. thank so many different time. >>different colors textures.
>>she owns and operates her very princess signs turn is really crank he has really good couple still in a squeeze it sounds really good. it started as a hobby and transformed over time. kind of what makes life or find a share it with their friends i used to make it from a friend school. >>and they loved it so i thought when started an instagram to show off all my haitian she took to social media to share with the world. >>people started to take notice some became so interested they wanted to buy her creations people started messaging like all over the nation asking to buy my friends, the next logical step for her became starting a business so touchy and i went to her mom bara is also a business owner and asked for help she said can i started at sea and i said well absolutely if you want to. >>so as she did on her own actually i isis to her a little bit the since then everything she does she does
on her own her social media presence is expanding through you to >>she's been invited to several slime conventions and even took part in the owners glue national competition. >>the league luis lane games. she made 9 gallons of slime is part of the challenge still one of her favorite ways to connect with people is face to face selling at farmers markets and events. >>people say that you sign is great job, makes me feel really good that i doing can make impact. >>people you can buy tatyana slides through her etsy page coming up she has 2 big conventions, one in la and another in san francisco. >>still ahead why one part is having to enforce restrictions on visitors feeding wildlife a popular pond and a girl went to the beach for spring break. she came back with a treasure of millions of years old. and it sports warriors not messing around tonight in la take care
>>outgrowth is known to be a popular spot for families to gather to go fishing maybe feed the animals, maybe too much flooding long tells us the increase traffic is leading to litter and overweight ducks. >>the phone is a signature feature of elk grove regional park. it's a popular place to feed the ducks and geese and to go fishing. but the concern is community services district plans to put a halt to fishing temporarily to that. i was be a travesty not to be able to fish or but park officials are concerned about an ongoing problem, discar gear left of the pond, the ducks and geese get tangled in henri fishing lures lead weights. discarded day they've caused injuries and deaths the
water fall. despite the installation of special receptacles for dangerous fishing items placed all around the pond. we're admits there are plenty of irresponsible fisherman here there's a guy with a net out here the other day trying to catch one to us. you know get all the fishing line off of this. but none fishermen are adding to the problem for wildlife as well most people feed that sundays at public parts feel they're doing them. a favor but that isn't necessarily the case. parks officials say human food even the ubiquitous stale bread is harmful subtleties and the ducks, i'm just their wing structure little subtleties and the health and the characteristics of that the ducks and geese that is attributed to their diet with a temporary fishing moratorium will get parks officials time to get public input and look at options like seasonal fishing requiring a fishing license or even a moratorium on feeding is not bird feed and the focus education effort is trying to change the trend and get the deaths on a decent healthier
the girl on spring break went home was quite the treasure, it's millions of years old. >>of very faust avery files, i'm sorry is a type of their a brief house khaled on shark tooth monday, searching the sand near north top sale be to north carolina. her dad has been looking for one of those teams for more than 20 years and got a free in her sister's interested in hunting for shark teeth as well. avery said she was down by the water when she saw something in the sand and that's when she pulled it out and everyone started screaming. >>jumping up and down and screaming really loud. and my dad and believe us at first in a space timing people and they said that we bought it so they can employ less ever i came back and shown. they've says really cool. >>the mail and on was so large is shark ever documented about 60 feet long it went extinct millions of years ago that whose could be up to 3 million years old.
>>to finnerty making it easy to access all your favorite entertainment. >>all excited because speaking of shark right now. her supporters though, looked really good tonight all is well again now, here's a positive take away from that warriors collapse the other night they at least know going up by 30 points isn't a problem. so tonight they showed that they can maintain that dominance the series moved to the staples center in los angeles kevin, duran after falling out after taking only 8 shots in game 2. a picture of focus tonight 1st quarter 2 ranch right out of the gate that tough time jumper warriors late in the first steph curry getting ha sixers,
was all about durant's 2nd quarter kade each with the layup and the file golden state still ahead by 18. still in the second durrant grabs the miss puts it watch this falling down drying another file career playoff-high 27 in the 1st half or durrant 7352 warriors at the break. the 3rd quarter more katie it's that rate again fallen away. that's the clippers know who he was tonight, 38 points for him final one 30 to one oh 5 warriors golden state leads the series 2 one game 4 sunday in l a after the game steve kerr talk about who else kevin durant. >>i was aggressive from the bill funds they the city yesterday's kevin duran. and showed everybody who kevin duran is. >>again the game for sunday in a lane out of the sharkies in the most desperate of spots tonight down 3, 1, trying to keep their season alive game 5 sharks golden knights opening
up the door for the team to skate out oakland a's mark hanna liam hendriks kanell the san jose is. >>one 16 into the game you got to love that the jaws of their sharks draw first blood to last hurdle. gathers the past beat marc andre fleury glove side one nothing sharks. second stands up to one san jose barkley good rosa parks, right from the net 10 to extend the lead back to 2, 3 one sharks 3rd period, the knights cut it to 3 to but marty jones says no more 30 saves for jones in a performance, remarkable. a couple of minutes later, foot away with the power play goal. his second of the game final score 5, 2, starts the night still lead the series however, 3, 2, game 6 is sunday in las vegas. let's hear for peter double. >>it was nice to get the first goal in just takes a little pressure often they know they're going to push back you know they're going to hang around right till the end which they didn't.
>>you know i don't think anyone thought the series is going to be a fouror five-game series of credit to our guys for stayin alive. >>now to some baseball a's had the day off of the front office went to work locked in a new deal for chris davis, the team announced this afternoon that the reigning home run king as 2 year extension through the 2021 season said to be worth 33 and a half million dollars to go. and it's good for every any rate since 2016 he's in one of the league's most powerful hitters leading the majors with a 143 home. a big day in our nation's capital but the giants were there. police in baseball, bottom 4th, do nothing national defoe dtv to drew pomeranz deep to left gone for a solo home run a 3 nothing nasa they before runs to 4 to 34 to nets 2 out in the knife brandon crawford representing the go ahead run. strikes out to end the game sean former a guy he to close it out final score for to washington. the giants now off to pittsburgh for 3 games, starting tomorrow, they can to its
word. all right once the warriors just a angry actually stay a thursday press is yes, they all right dave spar here with the sunny >>thank you well we have some sunshine to deal with and tomorrow a little bit cooler temperatures and that fog spilling across the bay. we'll take a look at your 4 zone forecast the ♪
quite a crowd in aquatic park in san francisco that elephant seal is between the years 2 years old experts say the animal in which is when elephant seals lose a layer and that's a baby usually come ashore to molt only difference here is that this time the and we'll has gone to a very busy public location. what's the melting has been completed it should return to the water resume of forging it is expected stay on the beach anywhere from between us several hours to several days or more to veteran recently celebrated his 98th birthday doing what he loves do the most and that's go to his gym in the portland oregon suburbs for his work out fred lawrence has been going to the gym for a few years now he turned 98 today, he works out there 3 days a week is a retired marine, he did 3 tours of duty went on to become a pastor. his friends at 24 hour fitness say they're grateful for him and what to make sure he knew that when he walked in and encountered the balloons and streamers happy per se something else.
>>ok good evening, everybody and checking up bay area we'll see a little bit more cloud cover thrown in overnight and tomorrow, slightly cooler temperatures because we're losing the influence of this high which is going to open up the door for this guy come saturday. so say the models we talk a lot about this saturday looks like a little hint, maybe potentially a couple sprinkles. the cooler temperatures in some cloud cover to deal with sunday we recover all of next week high pressure builds in that's pretty cool and then end of next week it looks like another system look out for potentially bring us some showers but check out your 4 zone forecast what shaken 67 san francisco back to the 50's along the peninsula coast. they cite peninsula upper 60's it looks like 68 burlingame to the south though it's a mid 70's story and the south they will check in about 78 morgan hill 79 meanwhile for san jose tri valley reaching about 80. so we saw some 80's left over for tomorrow still dublin 79 union city 72. and up along a creek 78 conquered still making up to about 80 looks like and jumping into the north bay, this is where the
70's are going to be hiding out maybe some leftover 80's for pittsburgh fairfield inn 81 napa 7577 for santa rosa and 70's heading down south to southern moran. but check out your 10 a 10 forecast lines up here we've got the 80's again back next week as high pressure reasserts itself another system look out for towards the end of next week may bring some potential showers friday and saturday and our bunny he's all ready dy in monday's like make it happen. easter looks good in easter bonnets. >>bought it ready to go. termites, feasting on homes 24/7.
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