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>>at the moment, he got his first chance heejun and seen that blood hanging in knowing that somebody had given half hour of their time little bit of a pain for a minute, but it saves up to 3 lives with just one unit of blood we do face shortages from time to time when a gibson is the collections manager at stanford blood center in campbell. >>she says a number of traumas and hide usage of local hospitals is causing them to face a shortage because of the high demand inoall of our hospital partners. we our sure to ensue a lot of different blood types but mainly r o blood types. >>on average the stanford blood center sent out about 50 units of o positive blood to each hospital every day. this week they sent out nearly 3
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times that amount you have to replenish our stores and we work very closely with transfusion servic at the hospital's truly cannot describe the greatest gift i appreciate that we have that stranger. it's like the the the heroes that you never know who they are. >>as she and her husband celebrated his birthday this week. johnson says it was a reminder of just how important that is to give there's not many other things you can do to save a life in 30 minutes and to something really simple people can do. in campbell know, i'll mellow kron 4 news. >>storm tracker for at least the rain is trying to lift off a little bit out of san francisco for the bay to breakers meanwhile, heavy rain off to the east bay in the south bay about the outlook for you now we're back in forecast next. i'm mildly obsessed with numbers.
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>>passing over the bay area this probably be the largest mass of rain we're going to have outside of this because most of its going to be very very isolated and scattered. but that will be more of a scattered thunder shower event for around the dinner hour say 4 o'clock or 5 o'clock after that we do get a little bit of a break bay bridge shot it's wet and as you can see cloud cover all the way up to the east bay hills mount diablo you can see and engulfed in all that fog. so what is future cast for have to say once this is all password to the scattered thunder shower event, taking us all the way to 1 o'clock 2 o'clock there's a little chunk i told you about with a probably the best mass in terms of area of heavy rain happening. by say 5 o'clock or so after that or look how it clears out. we get clear skies, not much going on that we should see some sun tomorrow morning and then boom it starts to build the cloud
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cover scattered showers are back again for monday night taking us into tuesday. we don't get our final break until we get into the end of the week released by thursday, here's a look at the winds and with that secondary wave or tongue as i mentioned good on shore when returns good geography coverage, you can see with the winds all well in the business of the teens by that point pretty much drained out by the time we get into tonight morning showers thunder showers with that mostly cloudy scattered thundershowers are isolated for the balance of today once this all passes going to a scattered shower even by this evening tonight early evening, thundershowers lake clearing. then this week monday's mostly afternoon evening going back to the rain for tuesday clearing out wednesday looks good into next weekend by the way 56 san francisco, 58 for oakland and 62 san jose will have your extended coming up in a bit marty all right dave thanks a lot. well to san francisco tradition every year 10's of thousands of runners descend on downtown san
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francisco. >>for the annual bay to breakers race but will the rain this morning put a damper on things we're asking a kron four is christina about that she's at the starting line without the turnout is looking so far. >>it's a rainy start to things out here at the 108 the bay to breakers race. now crowds open at 00:30am in the morning. but as you can tell behind me there are a lot of people out here we've got volunteers crews, ready and rain here and if you're a nurse who worked actually out here. all right now seeking cover. >>expecting a mob of people with all kinds of the tire. and it was going to be really hard to get in the correct route that was near the site. >>today's race starts at 08:00am reporting in san francisco christina tetreault kron 4 >>and a big story that we're covering this morning, a state lawmakers in missouri moving forward with a bill that would ban abortions after 8 weeks of pregnancy even in cases of incest and rape. the governor there says that he will sign that legislation and steven dial has the details. >>i will sign the bill is up
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for senate missouri governor mike parson vowing to sign an 8 week abortion bill into law is really what he didn't give a clear answer as to why he supports but for exceptions for rape or incest or a sign the bill at is a not answer a couple times now i don't want to sign the bill as it is has a piece of legislation lesser voted on i believe in the pro life side of the issue i will sign the bill earlier in the day emotions still the house floor. protesters multiple times interrupted the debate eventually being removed from the house chamber. >>we talked to some of them who drove hours to attend. and it's trash. i think that it takes away bodily autonomy, clay county republican doug ritchie says he voted for this bill because it will save lives in 2017 state records show. >>more than 3700 women got an abortion at 9 weeks of
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pregnancy. this bill would make it illegal at a to my vote was looking at the fact that i believe this bill by itself if nothing ever happens with roe v wade saves lives meanwhile democrats say this will force women to bring children into a system they say doesn't support that we don't have any resources in missouri, we're supposed to be pro-life. i think this bill is just another of the state bills that have gone on the here. >>to try to test roe v wade and i'm ok with that just be honest about what you're for don't tell me you're for pro-life. and you're not. >>governor gavin newsome promises to protect women's rights in california he partnered with planned parenthood to host a women's rally, a woman's rights rally yesterday in san diego. about the unborn folks that righteously talk about the unborn are the exact. >>same people when those children are born. programs to support those children and their families. that rally was
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part of the governor's statewide healthcare tour his budgetlpain plan aims to a double funding. >>for reproductive health services to million. in national news, the first republican member of congress has come out to say that there is evidence to support the impeachment of president trump. congressman just a name on a show of michigan tweeted his reasoning saying that the attorney general deliberately misrepresented the mueller report and that the president engaged in impeachable conduct. he also said partisanship has eroded our system of checks and balances and that few members of congress have even read the mueller report, several democrats in congress have pushed to begin impeachment proceedings, but a representative and watch says that he will he has not yet said whether or not he will support those efforts. and still ahead on kron 4 news weekend. the brooms are out in the bay area after tha jobs. take a big step.
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>>steph curry knocked down the tray through contact warriors within 9 after the free the closing moments of the 32 point game now curry again warriors overcome an 18 point deficit and take the lead 4th quarter warriors up 3 zach colls drop a 3 of his own we have a tie game but the dubs slowly and surely.
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>>scores so our guys know that they've been through it and i'm so when we were down we we knew we we could get back in it and again the defense. it's what allowed us to do that. >>to the ice we all know the blues had the blues after they felt that game 3 was snatched from them by the rest but we didn't know is if they would channel the anger positively or negatively of well we found out they posit channel it positively right away. blues scored on their first shot of the game and did not look back. they went on to win 2 to one. turtle with the sharks loans player to get on the board now the series is tied up in coming back to san jose for game 5 on sunday. let's hear from the captain as the sharks prepare for sunday's showdown. let's hold over to
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oracle park, a giant hosted the diamondbacks tonight we go right to the top of the 8th, inning giants of 64 and pablo sandoval he just unloads on that won his 6th homer of the year. the giants to go on to win this 1, 8, to 4 your final. now on to some mace baltimore baseball the a's in the motor city taking on the tigers. top of the 3rd no score former giant connelly writes as one right field testing that warning coming back that's just over the wall hunley with his first homer of the season is go out in front 2 to nothing. of the 5th get his first case of the top 2 to one that the jury profar he's
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going to hit this one into the gap in left-center field robbie grossman comes all the way into school profar into second with an rbi double great baseball. now let's go to the top of the 7 days leading 3 to one had pinned her to the left also one that's high and deep to left field store turning and you can tell that when you mike pender with his 5th homer of the season a's. tigers 4 to one your final a's looking for the sweep tomorrow. all right jason, thanks. a lot of us go ahead take you live outside for look at conditions of the golden gate a lot of clouds there and some rain as well dave will sort it all out for us when we come back.
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>>good morning, welcome back on for news we can take this live look from the embarcadero camera this morning showing a the overcast skies. >>andreessen brave siegel making its way across the screen there days farsi with the forecast is thinks of it take a break in the action went up for matter to get answers. yes, that's right. so that's what pretty much today will be here in the east bay you're getting that heavy rain that everybody got earlier today there you can see it lined up on storm tracker for now it's out toward san ramon down the freeman as you can see it bends back over the south bay. but it's continuing to move to the east and to the south. let's is upon further south see what's going well actually antioch first you can see out about the wind and the leading edge is of the moderate to heavy rain showers then to the south we go
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livermore you can see san jose now finally getting it los altos and that extends all the way out to almost monterey bay really so this will continue to move east and in its wake will be left with scattered thunder vest almost isolated thunder showers and then another patch gets here by the time we get to this evening around 4 o'clock now blows they're just covered up with that fog which by the way in the wake of all we just showed you the east bay, get lots of fog going on ground fog. typical what we say radiation fog after a rain event with all that surface moisture did negotiate through. right now the golden gate not looking too bad at almost looks like it wants to clear out a little bit just a touch but watch out the wet road still with us. so we get a little patch behind the civil law here we get a little patch of clearing into monday. so overnight monday looks okay late afternoon, those clouds start billet building will take at those high clouds already and then overnight or to the evening and overnight. we're going to get another batch of rain it looks like tuesday and that may be clearing out a little bit on wednesday. last check
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with winds other out of the western almost about 10 they will build up with another little batch here late afternoon into the evening hours but at least for bay to breakers a proving a bit on that breaks it down like this 11 o'clock isolated scattered thundershowers by the time we get around 2 o'clock in anticipation of that next dose oh 4 bay to breakers going on temperatures in the 50's. morning scattered thundershowers. the major mass is now far off towards the east outside of san francisco, breezy to windy like conditions still prevail so watch out for that. temperatures today, 56, san francisco opened 5862 san jose with the jumping back and forth here the rain coming and going. giving us a nice dark view. pm clouds as we get into monday with more rain developing although most of the earlier part of the day will be clear possible showers to greet you into tuesday morning, but the latter portion of the week looks good we'll take a look at the long-range forecast for you there marty ok, dave sounds good. thank you. well, the wet
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weather for us cal state east bay to cancel its commencement ceremony yesterday. now although the event the event will not be rescheduled students are encouraged to participate in today's commencement ceremony that's taking place on the hayward campus. kron four is dan thorne has the details. a field of white seats meant for new college graduates or instead filled with puddles rainy weather forces, cal state east bay to cancel their concord campus commencement. >>i'm disappointed and hurt. >>jerry norton is getting her degree in sociology jenny says it took her 6 years of studying while working a full-time job. what came across this stage was going to be part of the reward for all of her hair. >>and i worked really hard to get here to block and have many male out saying that it was him but this can >>cal state east bay is not rescheduling the concord commencement however, the university has offered students an opportunity to walk at their hayward campus
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on sunday. but jenny says the concord students deserve to graduate on their own campus. >>i feel like the concrete students really worked hard so we should be celebrating at our campus. >>jenny sister eleanor is visiting from los angeles. but she will not be able to see jenny walk in hayward and said for other graduates year. blocking the stage in. and be a part of this ceremony is. is what it's all about i know the degree is spent for his family, it's seen them, walk the stage. however the rain didn't stop them from doing their own commencement ceremony. we have the graduate we have our phones to take pictures so. we're still very proud of her. reporting in concord and thorn kron 4 news. >>their own individual graduation and don't forget to track the forecast in your neighborhood anytime you can do it on the ground for mobile
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app you downloaded for free it's our interactive radar also push alerts for weather where you live in the bay area. university of california is raising tuition for out-of-state and international students the you see board of regents approved a $762 hike on thursday now this was despite some loud protests from students, the 2.6% increase will take effect in the upcoming school year. the board approving nearly $1000 increase last year. students coming to you see schools from abroad or out of state will now pay more than $42,000 a year in tuition and fees that's more than 3 times what students from california pay. for your health this morning. the national institute on drug abuse says that 130 people in the us die every day after overdosing on opioids and that adds to the problem continues with the problem of dirty needles that also spread hiv and hepatitis c health
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officials are hoping that the use of clean needles will help start that put a stop that part of the opioid crisis, kristen holmes has more. >>kentucky a state hit hard by the opioid epidemic as in new york for 10 years and i've never seen people inject this many times the use of id drugs now fueling another crisis, hepatitis c if left untreated the virus can be deadly. he has the highest incidence of hep c in the country hepatitis c rates have gone up. it's 7 times the national rate. the state tackling the problem with clean needle exchanges open in may. but they're syringes and when they bring him back ideally thei. r ll getting here in the lush rolling hills of appalachian is the town of hazard with the virus is rampant. we've got a little over 300 individuals that participate in our needle exchange program is anonymous participants give their initials and birth date for registration card. but are asked to provide much more
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their used needles if they're injecting 12 times and 84 syringes if a person participates in a syringe exchange program. >>research shows that there are 5 more likely to go to treatment than individuals that doubt. >>donald davis and jennifer twyman are on the front lines of the epidemic we gave out. >>a 136,000 syringe is what goes there have those also in long-term recovery from drug addiction. >>i start injecting drugs back in the 70's. it takes over your life. and now they spend their time educating users on how to prevent contracting have to encouraging them to get tested the majority of our people appreciate everything that we do they thank us. what does it mean to me to be able to do this everything in kentucky. it means everything i'm kristen holmes reporting. my wife is yelling. >>and screaming saying i'm having a baby. ok will be
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>>they're healthy some near rye is still reeling from the big surprise this morning when he jumped in and play doctor after his wife jasmine went into labor in their tustin home. my wife is yelling and screaming saying i'm having a baby. >>ok will be with a hostile right now said not having right now dad guided the baby out but knew right away he needd help. >>because his wife who was 37 weeks-long was pregnant with twins that stunning news came just 2 weeks ago the rise, we're shocked believing they were only having one baby. back home as the delivery played out a neighbor called 911. the orange county fire
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authority rushed to the house to pick up jasmine wright still in labor with baby number 2. it couldn't wait either and came out feet first in the ambulance. risky in the best of circumstances. it was a life threatening emergency for the baby. >>they were able to create an airway for the baby to the mother could push the baby completely out for the child birth. so our paramedics did a wonderful job today they actually probably save this child's life. >>well that was michelle guile reporting. now the mom is in stable condition at a hospital in santa ana officials say she expects that she will fully recover. kron 4 news weekend we're going to take an in-depth look at what goes into deep cleaning parked cars that story's next.
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>>we've had rain off and on throughout the morning and uh and might be raining where you live right now discourse here to sort it all out in the east bay, it's still remaining and out of the south bay as well now it's starting to break up a little t is that mass is moving to your south and the east. >>everybody gets a break but scattered to isolated thunder showers remain today to keep the sun comes out a little bit we get some daytime heating that just gives the atmosphere more energy to play with storm tracker for want to give you the complete perspective. we have a line that goes all the way up to sacramento in north bending all the way across our east bay through the south that you can see and exiting out to monterey bay like a
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huge bo we have here what this continues to move east and the south so get this about another hour until that intense rain that you have in your home starts to let up a bit and then it will be replaced by scattered are isolated thunder showers. and this other little those here this is this other klum per batch for late this afternoon into the evening, let's zoom little closer here we can see some of the communities here dublin is the western edge of most of this fremont is just about to exit you and tracy more to come and there you can see san jose to the south. so this is sfo a lot of cloud cover going on, but my kit, some patches of sun coming out before we get into the scattered isolated kind of thunder shower thing. they bridge pretty just ribbon of clouds you can see up ahead over have overcast skies and this is lick observatory now a good movie up in disaster something like that. but there you can make it out the observatory right there and they're kind of in the thick of what's going on up there in mount hamilton as we're showing you that massive heavy rain right down to the south
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bay. so there we have this clump that's going to be a late afternoon evening. that's where the source of the low is driving all this energy then we get a break in the monday. and then another patch in here into tuesday. after that it looks fairly smooth sailing for the remainder of the week now sort of are still kind of watching this low in the southwest that may be a problem all right we got lower 60's, 58 for open for highs today, 57 for napa 60 for debacle not a lot of movement with the mercury going on even statewide central valley, lower 60's sacramento, 37 big bear 65 for l a x. now the rain tracking. ok what's left over with the scattered showers and thunder showers. this is what we get in terms of collection maybe a 10th of an a and shove you hit the bonanza. you get a quarter of an inch this reset by the way from the moment, i'm talking to you going forward, we stopped at about 03:00pm there comes another clump in here boom, not much more so you get maybe a total of a quarter of
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an inch of rain added to what we have right now as we speak and as we get into tuesday. there you can see what happens byuesday morning that's up a little batch that happens monday night into tuesday morning. all right, here's what goes on a long-range perspective we get out of all of this mess in the monday for some clearing. tuesday's batch moves in for it and maybe as late as wednesday morning we clear out but still we have churning in the west. maybe still a problem by saturday in terms of some rain trying to sneak back in here for now we'll call partly cloudy, here's what lay ahead for us dry now for your wednesday thursday warming up a touch. middle 70's, my goodness what's going on as we see a dry pattern start to develop marty ok to have well for many riders hopping on bart is not always the cleanest experience kron four is noelle bellow watch bart's night time cleaning crew. >>at work to try and find out how those trains are deep cleaned. >>love it or hate it it is the
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train that gets more than 400,000 people around the bay every day. 1000 shoes stepping on to trains 4 million fingers touching the straps and a whole lot of other things down to make you squirm. >>needles lehmann seats getting on the part so yes. trash you kind of name >>when it comes to keeping the traiee bart's first line of defense. this spot cleaners mark says when a writer complains it takes action. >>colleges ceases to anything that's left in the trade that these of the service right away. >>doesn't gross you out those hot lunches, she's talking about that's actually code for vomit. >>according to bart every night it's trains get a
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general cleaning that's your basic sweep in seat wiped down. but when cars are due for a heavy duty cleaning rhonda morrow and her team write >>and make sure we scrub everything from the top to the bottom every night here at the millbrae station at least one car gets a deep cleaning. >>we just affect us equally lee. the back seats to make sure. >>it's 2 hours of screen scrubbing and sanitizing. >>we have basket which is are getting cleaner and we have htc one 50 which is to greece a cleaner which i see the love because it cleans everything despite the thoroughness each bar car only gets this treatment once every 60. >>the manpower we have. and if
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you are didn't make the message. we see the mess that's what everybody here. >>asa danya just started with bart he wants writer snow his team does the best they can also to on. if there's one thing the cleaning crew and writers agree on it's that everyone can help keep it clean a lot of fire i figure they pay for their tickets so they can just do. they want and here to clean it up so. >>so if you wouldn't do grandma's house don't do it on bart in millbrae know fellow crops. >>let's go and take a live look outside of conditions at sfo this morning, they're dealing with 36 minute delays likely because of the weather. we'll be right back.
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charged with dui now these officers were honored in connection with national police week. a 29 year-old single mothers graduation photo is going viral mainly because of the story behind it and all that she had to overcome in order to make this photo a reality take a look her name is erika, alfaro and she stands with a cap and gown with her parents this is in a strawberry field in san marcos near san diego. the daughter of the farm workers says that she overcame a lot obstacles to reach your goals such as having and are educated parents, learning english at the age of 13 being a teenage mom and surviving domestic violence. she says all of these hurdles inspired her to never give up. >>i just decided to keep i'm because i wanted to prove myself wrong. how my doubts i wanted to show myself and show my son that uh it was possible. >>graduates with a master's degree in education from san diego state later today, she hopes to be a high school
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counselor to help. underrepresented students on their own educational juries and from what we've seen erica sure to be a positive role model for those teenagers. we're tracking the mass of rain going on. >>for this morning live shot a storm tracker for shows the most intense rain is east of the east bay hills stolen around fremont down to the south bay isolated thunder showers in your future will have your sunday forecast coming u
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because the future only happens with people you're staying dry. this sunday morning as we take this live look outside from the embarcadero camera. hi everybody i'm already gonzalez states farsi with the forecast and it's been another wet one for the bay area hard to believe in the middle of may. i know you see these of what we had last or yesterday was a typical february ok and march you know whatever. >>april may mind that doesn't happen and it was cold to have that cold coming all right. so what we had we had this massive rain move on to this morning the san francisco now it's in the east bay the south bay. that's the heaviest rain we're going to get probably be the on anything we're looking at least the next 7 days. so the heavy stuff that you see here. this is the that your presence or the past that you already had as you can see the most intense rain in the east bay breaking up a little bit or on compared to the south here east of
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san ramon and over the east bay hills and extending down to the south as well also discovery bay there. and you can see san jose donna morgan hill and exits around monterey bay in its wake will be left with isolated showers and potentially some thunder showers golden gate bridge overcast this morning. lick observatory it looked a little bit better about 15 minutes ago, but the observatory is now you can see covered up and not much fog. this is really just the heavy rain they're getting the cloud cover and so forth. this is what does happen with that fog in the wake of the rain we have the fall redeveloping we like to say that's radiation fog because of all of this moisture at the surface. see even redevelop later on during the day today because we're going to see a whole lot of sun but in the sun we do get only gives the atmosphere more energy, one draw your attention real quick at this little batch right about there. that's what's going to happen about 3 4 o'clock this evening with another batch of what we'll call scattered thunder showers breaking things up a little bit for
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your monday. another batch to look out for on tuesday. what you see behind me that is a shot of sun old. we have isolated going on for noon but back to the scattered showers and thunder showers by about 3 o'clock we're plot. this in time the suffering a bit marty ok, thanks. a lot. and as we wait for the next round of rain to hit the bay area they are still cleaning up 5 in the opeast bay, especially from saturday storms. >>a tree along the creek was toppled in nearly missed a house kron forcefully chagall spoke to that relieved unlucky homeowner. >>it stood tall for at least a 150 years but with a little rain a solid just like an explosion something blew up this oak tree on valley vista road near oak grove road split falling into the canal below it in walnut creek behind pierre paulin caused so >>thousands of pounds like collapse here. i won't say them that. >>nobody was in the contra costa county public works crews responded handing the
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cleanup off to a tree removal company, public works as the tree fell mostly because of rotting but the weather accelerated the snout. in hayward people without shelter willing to trespass to find cover. it didn't take long for the roads to become soaked for a saturday, fewer people were on the streets and for those who had no choice hoodies and umbrellas keeping them dry. weekly hayward farmers market went on as planned will use good that we in the rain the matter was still some vendors canceled because of the weather but visitors still showed up and the crew with india gourmet says they stayed busy some does he get the lines even in the rain. it not booed in danville the consistent light drizzle resulting in ponding at businesses and on the road. >>neighbors also taking advantage of the townsoffering free sand outside the maintenance services department it will be available as long as the supply lasts felipe should all kron 4 news.
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>>and we're going to attract the forecast you can do it any time on the kron four mobile app it's free and you can download it today on our interactive radar you also get push alerts. weather events all around the bay area the kron four mobile weather app. police in oakland continue to investigate a deadly shooting officers responded to the 9200 block of sunnyside street at 10 o'clock friday night where they found a man dead with a gunshot wound. no word just yet on the man's id nor a suspect. in san francisco police say a security guard is recovering after being cut by a shoplifting suspect it happened at a grocery store on 7th avenue in the inner richmond on saturday afternoon that security guard was rushed to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. police arrested the suspect no one else was injured. an afternoon high turn into a dratic rescue after nice pay woman lost her balance and fell into a steep ravine it happened in the last trump us and regional wilderness area that's close to san ramon. kron four is
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gail long spoke to the survivor and her son. >>it was a trail the mom and son have taken before scary moments for the family and their 2 dogs they are thankful for the helicopter rescue team. >>3 helicopters seen here carrying no return or to safety. >>i was very grateful that they showed up because i thought oh my god am i going to add here in late april turner and her son frank went for an afternoon hike in the last rumpus regional wilderness area. >>well in a creek bed in a steep ravine turner somehow lost her balance and fell backwards. she landed on her back in the head and suffered serious injuries. remember yelling frankie. >>i was just down and i couldn't get back up. >>frank was able to call 911 there was a scary moment, i'm at first. >>i tried to. encouraged her to move and i didn't realize how severe her injuries were after about 5 minutes. maybe
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we decide to call 911 contra costa county sheriff's office says star 3 arrived within minutes. >>turner was in an area not accessible to rescue vehicles in steep wet and muddy to rain. >>video shows the struggle to get to the small space through tall trees and never been around anything like that so is something you see on tv. the entire crew was so professional and they did a an excellent job. >>almost a month later. turner still has back pains and is still recovering from her injuries, i'm very grateful to the rescue everybody that helped assess me with the paramedics everybody. >>no need her son frank visited the helicopter rescue team to thank them in person last week in the meantime contra costa county sheriff's office says with out a helicopter a rescue like this could take several hours in pleasant hill get along kron 4
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news. >>happening now it's a bay area tradition bay to breakers officially kicked off just a couple minutes ago at 8 o'clock despite the rainy weather and we have kron four us christina tate row on the racetrack all morning long she'll be having the reports throughout the morning here on kron four next one's coming up in just a few minutes. and coming up next. weekend rain forces in the east bay university to cancel its graduation ceremony. we'll have reaction from students and parents coming up. and take a look at what part is doing to keep its cars clean. we'll take an in-depth look. and coming up next the stand for blood center is dealing with a major shortage, what health officials want ♪ flintstones! meet the flintstones. ♪ ♪ they're the modern stone age family. ♪ ♪ from the town of bedrock. ♪ meet george jetson. ♪ ♪ his boy elroy. with instant acceleration, electric cars are more fun to drive
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stand for blood center has an urgent need for donors health officials there are asking people with type o blood to donate kron four is noelle bellow spoke with one woman who says a simple blood donation changed her life. >>and never knew power that a blood donation has. >>emily johnston became a regular blood donor last year after she and her husband were struck by a car in a crosswalk. >>my husband needed a blood transfusion to stay never forget the moment, he got his first chance heejun and seen that blood hanging in knowing that somebody had given half hour of their time little bit of a pain for a minute, but it saves up to 3 lives with just one unit of blood we do face shortages from time to time when a gibson is the collections manager at stanford blood center in
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campbell. >>she says a number of traumas and hide usage of local hospitals is causing them to face a shortage because of the high demand in all of our hospital partners. we our sure to ensue a lot of different blood types but mainly r o blood types. >>on average the stanford blood center sent out about 50 units of o positive blood to each hospital every day. this week they sent out nearly 3 times that amount you have to replenish our stores and we work very closely with transfusion services at the hospital's truly cannot describe the greatest give me my appreciation that we have for that stranger. it's like the the the heroes that you never know who they are. >>as she and her husband celebrated his birthday this week. johnson says it was a reminder of just how important that is to give there's not many other things you can do to save a life in 30 minutes and to something really simple people can do. in campbell know, i'll mellow kron 4 news. and we'll continue to track.
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>>rain of course we had a mass of some heavier rain showers now it's in the far east bay bridge would get so have your daughter a little more. and the south that you can see as well live shot of mount diablo hey we can see it now that forecast coming up next month forecast coming up next month for a morning news. this. 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) ♪
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rain and this fog that we see like somebody got on the shower type that is yes this is typical radiation fog because of all the heavy rain of course and you're going to see that in the east bay going on too. >>what maybe see the sun come out a little bit that will only produce isolated thunder showers and that's what we got going on for the balance now today so that question um i get rained on again. you have the little chance of doing so really we don't see any mass of rain redeveloping until we get to say 3 4 o'clock of much better coverage. so what we have right now with this massive rain you have you can see out to antioch almost a up about island to extending down to the south now obviously over the east bay hills to the east. heavy stuff go on a mount hamilton right now and that extends all the way down the monterey bay, but most of the rest that they has been now cleared as you can see and these dots are isolated little showers or thundershowers and that clump up there at the very end of this loop. that's we're talking about into the late afternoon into the evening hours to get better overall coverage at the same time. this will be something
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worse and ramon like it's something that bandol gets nothing for example from an isolated shower or thundershower. this is we have right now bay bridge shot you can see the overcast sky conditions. they may break up a little bit speaking about the wild and here's the shot that we have going on here overcast as well. so let's go to the future cast for really give you an idea what's going on we get past this mass of rain here the isolated pops of showers thunder showers and then later on that clump develops and dropped to the south that's we're going to get really better coverage clearing up pretty nicely 08:00am we might have some wet roads left over. but at least have the sun come out of that that will be pretty nice until the late afternoon evening and this is where we start to get another line moving in here monday night. tuesday might be a little wet to start the day somewhat spotty and isolated it looks like. winds will have a good stiff wind going on for most of the day today out of the west 10 to 15 miles per hour winds again pretty much due west they depart tonight into your monday. we'll call
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about 56 san francisco, the high 58 going on for oakland, san jose managing 62, it's another chilly winter like type rainy day. but again saying isolate is probably the best way of doing it so by now most folks will be able to avoid the rain if you just plan carefully and just jump out of the raindrops for about 10 minutes or so well some more that longer-range forecast for you coming up in a bit marty ok, thanks a lot see in a few minutes, let's get to a big story. we're following this morning a state lawmakers in missouri are moving forward with a bill that would ban abortions after 8 weeks of pregnancy. >>even in cases of incest or rape. the governor there says that he will sign the legislation, steve and i'll has more. >>i will sign the bill is up for senate missouri governor mike parson vowing to sign an 8 week abortion bill into law is really what he didn't give a clear answer as to why he supports but for exceptions for rape or incest or a sign the bill at is a not answer a
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couple times now i don't want to sign the bill as it is has a piece of legislation lesser voted on i believe in the pro life side of the issue i will sign a bill earlier in the day emotions feel the house floor. protesters multiple times interrupted the debate eventually being removed from the house chamber. >>we talked to some of them who drove hours to attend. and it's trash. i think that it takes away bodily autonomy, clay county republican doug ritchie says he voted for this bill because it will save lives in 2017 state records show. >>more than 3700 women got an abortion at 9 weeks of pregnancy. this bill would make it illegal at a to my vote was looking at the fact that i believe this bill by itself if nothing ever happens with roe v wade saves lives meanwhile democrats say this will force women to bring children into a system they
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say doesn't support that we don't have any resources in missouri, we're supposed to be pro-life. i think this bill is just another of the state bills that have gone on the here. >>to try to test roe v wade and i'm ok with that just be honest about what you're for don't tell me you're for pro-life. and you're not. >>meantime governor noose and promises to protect women's rights in california, he partnered with planned parenthood to host a woman's rights rally yesterday in san diego. spe me. you're in dignity about the unborn folks that righteously talk about the unborn are the exact same people when those children are born. programs to support those children and their families. the rally was all part of the governor's statewide healthcare tour his budget plan aims to double funding for reproductive health services to million in california. now national news
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this morning, the first republican member of congress has come out to say there is evidence to support the impeachment of president trump, he's congressman justin amash of michigan and he tweeted his reasoning saying the attorney general deliberately misrepresented the mueller report and that the president engaged in impeachable conduct. he also said partisanship has eroded our system of checks and balances and that few members of congress have even read the mueller report. several democrats in congress have pushed to begin impeachment proceedings, but my says that he's not sure if he will support those efforts. breaking news this morning from the east bay, an 18 year-old woman was killed early this morning when her car left the road and hit a power pole. we had understand it happened on kercher pass road about 12 40 this morning. police have not yet released the woman's name. the cause of the crash still under investigation will continue to update the story as we get more information. and still
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ahead this morning on kron 4 news weekend the crews are out in the bay area after the dobbs take a big step in their effort to sweep the blazers and move on to the nba finals one more time we have the highlights coming up after the break. glad you're back how you feeling? ♪ ♪ (both) exhausted. but finally being able to make that volunteer trip happen was... awesome. awesome. you have to scrub. what do they... they use for washing. ♪ ♪ let's do it every year.
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after golden state took a commanding 3 nothing. >>series lead over the blazers tonight, let's get right to the highlights ever since katie went down step curry had a run-in everyone that he is a 2 time mvp in his own right meanwhile, dame lillard still trying to get going in this series corley came out the gate strong meyers leonard if that ray leonard had all 16 of his points in the 1st half. well led by 13 at the break 3rd quarter places of 12 step curry knocked down the tray 3 contact warriors within 9 after the free the closing moments of the 32 point game now curry again warriors overcome an 18 point deficit and take the lead 4th quarter warriors up 3 zach collins drop the 3 of his own we have a tie game but the dubs slowly and surely snatched a blaze us all i think we saw it leave the arena. right there after that curry 3 3336 from step tonight one 30 left game pretty much over. but the warriors still hustling klay thompson with the block when evan turner. the warriors go
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on to beat the blazers won 1099, your final state warriors can close it out and complete that four-game sweep on monday. let's hear from steve kerr after the game. a lot of big games. >>many games, you know by pretty big margin, sore guys know we have a an excellent defensive team and we've got some explosive score. so our guys know that they've been through it and i'm so when we were down we we knew we we could get back in it and again the defense. it's what allowed us to do that. >>to the ice we all know the blues had the blues after they felt that game 3 was snatched from them by the rest but we didn't know is if they would channel the anger positively or negatively well we found out they posit channel it positively right away. blues scored on their first shot of the game and did not look back. they went on to win 2 to one. turtle with the sharks loans player to get on the board now the series is tied up and coming back to san jose for game 5 on sunday. let's
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hear from the captain as the sharks prepare for sunday's showdown. let's hold over to oracle park, a giant hosted the diamondbacks tonight we go right to the top of the 8th, inning giants of 64 and pablo sandoval just unloads on that won his 6th homer of the year. the giants to go on to win this 1, 8, to 4 your final. now on to some mace baltimore baseball the a's in the motor city taking on the tigers. top of the 3rd no score former giant connelly writes as one right field testing that warning coming back that's just over the wall hunley with his first homer of the season
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is go out in front 2 to nothing. of the 5th get his first hayes of the top 2 to one that the jury profar he's going to hit this one into the gap in left center field robbie grossman comes all the way into school profar into second with an rbi double great baseball. now let's go to the top of the 7th a's leading 3 to one had pinned her to the left also one that's high and deep to left field store turning you can tell that when you mike pender with his 5th homer of the season a's. tigers 4 to one your final a's looking for the sweep tomorrow. all right jason, thanks a lot, let's go and take a live look outside golden gate bridge this time around light traffic wet pavement cloudy skies. dave has it all covered for you coming
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i'm talking about these little blobs here which can grow and shrink and move around and so forth the flow pattern is still the same west to east. let's go closer what's left over just about to exit now bethel island in brentwood. you can see the heavy rain far to the east of that then in the south bay east now of livermore the heavier rain mt hamilton it seems to be exiting as well down to the south bay so most of the heavy stuff is pretty much moved out now nepal island overcast shot for you there may be some leftover showers and this is what i'm talking about here for golden gate looks like we're getting some patches of sun that's energy or a nasal cells. so what we do have stolen a little clump of lorca middle rain if you will that maybe everybody will share in before we turn that off for the overnight and into monday morning by late afternoon evening. it changes and this is tuesday's weather out there. all those winds to one. we'll keep them out of the west a little blustery at times in some locations to key in the city of that. so we'll
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say maybe a little higher they are 10 to 15 mph mostly out of the west. oh there's a beautiful shot of some know how about that just by luck we have isolated isolated basically up to about noon 3 o'clock more scattered is that club i talked about makes way across the bay area and with the daytime heating because the energy and we're so close to the core of the low the drives all of this the bay to breakers forecast. i've met now called that isolated shower thundershower breezy to windy with temps into the 50's you're long range forecast coming up party. ok dave thanks long. well. it is a san francisco tradition every year about 70,000 runners descend. >>on downtown san francisco for bay to breakers and we're wondering this year what effect the wet weather is having on the runners kron force christina tetreault has more from the starting line. >>i've a debate a breakers rain is the way 1000 then you can see behind you're near the embarcadero are going across town but today got off to a rainy start thhouse opened
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up at 06:30am and there many runners insight because is 7.30 runners started trickling in as rain drops stopped of course, this and dressed up in costumes and ready for a good time. the runners will be crossing the finish line across town near ocean beach reporting in here in just over a scene at a for news. >>well the wet weather forced cal state east bay to cancel its commencement ceremony and even though that event will not be rescheduled. the students are being encouraged to participate in today's commencement ceremony on the hayward campus kron four stand for and has more. >>a field of white seats meant for new college graduates or instead filled with puddles rainy weather forces, cal state east bay to cancel their concord campus commencement. >>i'm disappointed and hurt. >>jerry norton is getting her degree in sociology jenny says it took her 6 years of studying while working a full-time job. what came across this stage was going to be part of the reward for all
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of her hard work. >>and i worked really hard to get here to block and have many male out saying that it was him for his kind heart breaking. >>cal state east bay is not rescheduling the concord commencement however, the university has offered students an opportunity to walk at their hayward campus on sunday. but jenny says the concord students deserve to graduate on their own campus. >>i feel like the concrete students really worked hard so we should be celebrating at our campus. >>jenny sister eleanor is visiting from los angeles. but she will not be able to see jenny walk in hayward. >>and said for other graduates year. blocking the stage in. in be a part of this ceremony is. is what it's all about i know the degree is spent for his family, it's seen them, walk the stage. >>however the rain didn't stop them from doing their own commencement ceremony.
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>>we have the graduate we have our phones to take pictures so. we're still very proud of her. >>reporting in concord and thorn kron 4 news and keep in mind you can now track the forecast for your neighborhood anytime you want on the kron four mobile app you can download it for free on our for interactive radar. >>also push alert of course and that you can check up on whether all around the bay area. university of california is raising tuition for out-of-state and international students that you see board of regents approved a $762 hike on thursday. this was despite loud protests from students, the 2.6% increase will take effect in the upcoming school year. the board approved a nearly $1000 increase last year. so students who come to you see schools from abroad or out of state will now be paying more than $42,000 a year in tuition fees that's more than 3 times. what
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students from california pay for tuition. my wife is yelling. >>and screaming saying i'm having a baby. ok will be without a hostile right now not having it. >>well coming up next to parents find out they were getting a lot more than what they expected. we'll have details one mom's unique birthing experience that's comi
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good morning, welcome at kron 4 news weekend a set of twins in southern california came into the world in a very unique way. >>one of them was born at home the other in an ambulance. michelle guile has the story. here's baby. >>when i delivered so happy. >>they're healthy some near big surprise this morning when he jumped in and play doctor after his wife jasmine went into labor in their tustin home. my wife is yelling. >>and screaming saying i'm having a baby. ok will be with a hostile right now said not having right now dad guided the baby out but knew right away he needed help. >>because his wife who was 37 weeks-long was pregnant with twins that stunning news came just 2 weeks ago the rise, we're shocked believing they were only having one baby. back home as the delivery played out a neighbor called 911. the orange county fire
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authority rushed to the house to pick up jasmine wright still in labor with baby number 2. it couldn't wait either and came out feet first in the ambulance. risky in the best of circumstances. it was a life threatening emergency for the baby. >>they were able to create an airway for the baby to the mother could push the baby completely out for the child birth. so our paramedics did a wonderful job today they actually probably save this child's life. >>well that was michelle guile reporting mom is in stable condition at a hospital in santa ana. and officials there say they expect she will fully recover. for newsweek and we're going to take an in-depth look at what goes into deep cleaning bart cars that story's next. ♪
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>>good i look at wow. >>millions who live in the central us are getting ready for more heavy rain, strong winds even tornadoes. people who live i in texas all the way to southern minnesota are under the threat of severe weather today. its peak tornado season since friday morning parts of the us have reported 34 twisters in oklahoma tornado destroyed 2 homes in texas. another twister caused some widespread
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damage. >>we've got a lot of water. to part of the roof off. and the's damage in the backyard. >>well the national weather service says the too much rain too quickly is raising flooding concerns in already heavily saturated areas. get back home. we're not dealing with much compared to that at all just some light rain around the bay area this morning. taking a live look outside the golden gate bridge from sutro cam days here with the forecast that thing to say at this point now marty is mentioned this yesterday said you know saturday that could be the most moderate where to get for a while now. >>this it even compared to this morning. it's all going to be scattered to isolated is what we got going on so we're not all going at and you can dodge and you can plan around them and so forth. here's what is on storm tracker for that's the most the heaviest rain that we can find right now in our area at all to go now extends from sacramento east actually down to mt hamilton as you can see and exiting looks like carmel behind it.
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it's isolated issue will see like a huge bow and its wake. this little plump up here that's another thing by the late afternoon evening hours. we have another batch of some scattered rain showers at work. but again it's not going to be anywhere near as heavy will take a gander what some of the totals estimated estimations are say from tracy down the mount hamilton you can see it swings around to southern portions of the south bay live shot at sfo here we have some clear patches breaking out about that action let in the sun come out given the atmosphere little bit of energy to play with. bay bridge. kind of overcast right now that looks like it's brightening up quite a bit off towards the distance and double island. still socked in with the overcast skies in the wake of the heavier rain so the wider perspective to give you a timing in all of this that's the clump by the late afternoon evening we expected a little bit better been mass of rain but a baby compared even this morning and nothing at all like saturday. nice break in here monday got to get some sun out here in the morning early afternoon. then
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the clouds start to build again and more rain for monday night in tuesday, the latter portion of the 7 day looks like things to settle down a little bit here, 60's and upper 50's for highs east bay shoreline, a touch, warmer and the far east bay all contingent on how much raise a son that we get today, lower 60's even in the central valley is quite chilly. 53 sacramento, don't forget that bo is extending outward so they have rain a little bit later in the day, 65 elliott 63 down to san diego rainfall totals. ok this is from this point forward what will get and you can see very very modest that's at 04:00pm little batch comes here and ok not much show right and then we go all the way out to monday morning or monday evening rather at 5 where that tuesday rain overnight into tuesday morning. and you can see we haven't really add much more from this point forward san francisco getting about a quarter of an inch of rain all the way out too tuesday morning. so we're going to be
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spreading things out a little bit. here's what happens in the long-range forecast models that again another batch of rain coming our way expect maybe a quarter inch of rain in places like san francisco, rest of the week is someone an eventful this churning loeb it has to be watched in the west to see what the potential impact is for some return moisture, how about that 70 forecast and get more sun in here finding about that middle 70's all the way carrying us into next weekend marty all right. thank you. >>over a lot of people hopping on bart is not always the cleanest experience kron four is noelle bellow watch bart's night time cleaning crew at work to find out how those trains are deep cleaned. >>love it or hate it it is the train that gets more than 400,000 people around the bay every day. 1000 shoes stepping on to trains 4 million fingers touching the straps and a whole lot of other things down to make you squirm.
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>>i have needles lehmann seats getting on the part so yes. trash you kind of name >>when it comes to keeping the trains garbage free bart's first line of defense. this spot cleaners mark says when a writer complains it takes action. >>colleges ceases to anything that's left in the trade that these of the service right away. >>doesn't gross you out those hot lunches, she's talking about and actually code for vomit. >>according to bart every night it's trains get a general cleaning that's your basic sweep in seat wiped down. but when cars are due for a heavy duty cleaning rhonda morrow and her team >>and make sure we scrub everything from the top to the
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bottom every night here at the millbrae station at least one car gets a deep cleaning. >>we just expect to see what we the back seats to make sure. >>it's 2 hours of screen scrubbing and sanitizing. >>we have basket which is are getting cleaner and we have htc one 50 which is to greece a cleaner which i see the love because it cleans everything despite the thoroughness each bar car only gets this treatment once every 60. >>with the manpower we have. and if you are didn't make the message. we see the mess that's what everybody years. >>asa danya just started with bart. he wants writer snow his team does the best they can also to lean on. if there's
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one thing the cleaning crew and writers agree on it's that everyone can help keep it clean. lot fire, i figure they pay for their tickets so they can just do. they want and here to clean it up so. >>so if you wouldn't do it at your grandma's house. do it on bart in millbrae know a fellow crime. >>a 29 year-old single mothers graduation photo is going viral because of the story behind it and all that she had over khan in order to make this photo reality take a look erica all farro is standing in her cap and gown with their parents. this es in a strawberry field in san marcos near san diego, she's the daughter of farmworkers and she says she overcame a lot of obstacles to reach your goals such as having under educated parents learning english at the age of 13 being a teenage
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>>good sunday morning to you thanks a lot for joining us like on for news weekend as we're taking a look at the the embarcadero in the bay bridge this morning and we have some cloudy conditions of the rain for the most part over hunted down is just an isolated event will be turning to a little bit scattered by this evening. >>that's the most most the bulk of the rain has already happened now at this point and actually a couple patches of some sun trying to come that stuff we get lucky, you might
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see the golden gate as i did earlier here the isolated showers you can track and see right there san francisco down the peninsula and also up to the north bay. meanwhile, the heavier mass of rain barely footing on the radar scope as you can see what the sun does comes out and gives the atmosphere more energy to play with in the south bay. it's far to the east up the eastern side of mt hamilton south is looking pretty good but again some isolated showers back up to the peninsula. there's the golden gate bridge, there's the sun. you can see the clouds breaking up just a little bit. not entirely done with the rain program just yet but we're waiting now with just scattered remaining in the forecast that's island now so what we have upstream is a a love of a back here to make note of into this afternoon evening. then it shuts down for most of overnight tomorrow morning might have some leftover wet roads but that's it i think the commute to be ok tomorrow but this is what will start to produce some showers for late tomorrow overnight into tuesday morning. and then after that hits that we should be fairly quiet for the remainder of the
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week isolated isolated to 1 o'clock scattered showers and thunder showers noting the sun trying to come out a little bit and this on shot here. this is an all but at least it's showing the sun trying to come out there a little bit forecast calls for 56, san francisco oakland at 5862, san jose and the bay to breakers forecast we moved that to isolated morning shower or t teach t shower in their breezy to windy conditions with chilly temps into the 50's but their movements other woman up marty all right dave thanks a lot. well you can track the forecast in your neighborhood anytime on the kron four mobile app all you have to do is download it for free. >>for our interactive a radar also push alerts on weather events all around the bay area. >>happening now the rainy weather not stopping thousands of runners from taking part in this year's bay to breakers kron force christina tetreault is there for us you've been
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there for us all morning. we'll have more on this year's race. coming up in just a few minutes in a report from christina. and as we wait for this next round of rain the dave mentioned to hit the bay area they are still cleaning up in the east bay from saturday's storms, a tree along the creek was toppled in nearly missed a house kron forcefully chagall spoke to that very lucky homeowner. >>it stood tall for at least a 150 years but with a little rain a solid just like an explosion something blew up this oak tree on valley vista road near oak grove road split falling into the canal below it in walnut creek behind pierre paulin caused so >>thousands of pounds like collapse here. i won't say them that. >>nobody was in the contra costa county public works crews responded handing the cleanup off to a tree removal company, public works as the tree fell mostly because of rotting but the weather accelerated the snout. in hayward people without shelter willing to trespass to find
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cover. it didn't take long for the roads to become soaked for a saturday, fewer people were on the streets and for those who had no choice hoodies and umbrellas keeping them dry. weekly hayward farmers market went on as planned will use could we in the rain the matter was still some vendors canceled because of the weather but visitors still showed up in the crew with india gourmet says they stayed busy some doehe get the lines even in the rain. it not booed in danville the consistent light drizzle resulting in ponding at businesses and on the road. >>neighbors also taking advantage of the town offering free sand outside the maintenance services department it will be available as long as the supply lasts felipe should all kron 4 news. >>and police in oakland continue to investigate a deadly shooting on his officers responded to the 9200 block of sunny side street at 10 o'clock friday night where they found a man who died from a gunshot wound. there's no
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word on the man's id nor suspect this morning. in san francisco police say a security guard is recovering after being caught by a shoplifting suspect it happened at a grocery store on 7th avenue in the inner richmond district on saturday afternoon. the security guard was rushed to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. police arrested the suspect and no one else was injured. an afternoon high turned into a dramatic rescue after an east bay woman lost her balance and fell into a steep ravine it happened in the last rumpus regional wilderness area that's in san ramon. kron four scale long spoke to the lucky survivor and her son. >>it was a trail the mom and son have taken before scary moments for the family and their 2 dogs they are thankful for the helicopter rescue team. >>starr 3 helicopters seen here carrying no return or to safety. >>i was very grateful that they showed up because i thought oh my god am i going to add here in late april
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turner and her son frank went for an afternoon hike in the last rumpus regional wilderness area well in a creek bed in a steep ravine turner somehow lost her balance and fell backwards. she landed on her back in the head and suffered serious injuries. >>remember yelling frankie. >>i was just down and i couldn't get back up. >>frank was able to call 911 there was a scary moment, i'm at first. >>i tried to. encouraged her to move and i didn't realize how severe her injuries were after about 5 minutes. maybe we decide to call 911 contra costa county sheriff's office says star 3 arrived within minutes. >>turner was in an area not accessible to rescue vehicles in steep wet and muddy to rain. >>video shows the struggle to get to the small space through tall trees and never been around anything like that so is something you see on tv. the entire crew was so
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professional and they did a an excellent job. >>almost a month later turner still have to back pains and is still recovering from her injuries, i'm very grateful to the rescue everybody that helped assess me with the paramedics everybody. >>no need her son frank visited the helicopter rescue team to thank them in person last week in the meantime contra costa county sheriff's office says with out a helicopter a rescue like this could take several hosrs in pleasant hill hill on. >>and coming up on kron four news weekend rain forces in the east bay university to cancel its graduation ceremony. we'll have reaction from disappointed, students and parents. plus we'll take a look at what bart is doing to keep its cars clean. and coming up next the stanford blood center dealing with a major sh you need to place yourself whilin the moment.sears,
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the a stand for blood center has urgent need for donors. health officials are asking people with type o blood to donate. >>crawford's noelle bellow spoke with one woman who says a simple blood donation changed her life. >>and never knew power that a blood donation has. >>emily johnston became a regular blood donor last year after she and her husband were struck by a car in a crosswalk.
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>>my husband needed a blood transfusion to stay never forget the moment, he got his first chance heejun and seen that blood hanging in knowing that somebody had given half hour of their time little bit of a pain for a minute, but it saves up to 3 lives with just one unit of blood we do face shortages from time to time when a gibson is the collections manager at stanford blood center in campbell. >>she says a number of traumas and hide usage of local hospitals is causing them to face a shortage because of the high demand in all of our hospital partners. we our sure to ensue a lot of different blood types but mainly r o blood types. >>on average the stanford blood center sent out about 50 units of o positive blood to each hospital every day. this week they sent out nearly 3 times that amount you have to replenish our stores and we work very closely with transfusion services at the hospital's truly cannot describe the greatest give my appreciation that we have that
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stranger. it's like the the heroes that you'll know who they are as she and her husband celebrated his birthday this week. >>johnson says it was a reminder of just how important it is to give there's not many other things you can do to save a life in 30 minutes and to something really simple people can do. in campbell know, i'll mellow kron 4 news. >>the heavy rain is already marched through we're left with some spotty to isolated showers appearing on storm tracker for right now live shot of love island is we can see overcast skies that the sun is peering out there a touch. bay area temperatures in the lower to middle 50's
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>>good morning. we're back on kron 4 news weekend. when you say the sneak peek outside from the embarcadero camera this morning a blustery conditions continue. many spots around the bay area days for us here with the forecast and the sun is trying to peer through a little bit as well so we're getting a little bit of today. the heavy stuff is pretty much passed despite, here's the spotty scattered isolated stuff that's pretty much going to be hallmarks of the rest of the day. good news is you can dodge a raindrop or so because if you're getting a patch of rain wait about 10 minutes and it will change as they say in some parts of the country. there you see the heavier stuff off to open right now what's left of the spotty showers and up to the north a little bit as well as down the peninsula. now that's the real heavy stuff that we had all this morning. this mass of rain type of program. we're not going to see that at all for the rest of the week we're going to see patches of rain develop. yes and it's going to be returning a little
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bit early next week but nothing like we've already been through there's the low that we've talked about for today. there's all the scattered showers that you can see potentially thunder showers if we get an update, i'm heating and then another mass to worry about upstream that will be the story for monday night into tuesday bay bridge shot, we were overcast, but it up against the east bay hills and left over from that heavy rain in mt hamilton this is supposed to be like observatory but all that service moisture producing that fog this right at the surface you can see. so let's go to future cast for see what's up stream. not much scattered about as we go to 1 o'clock 2 o'clock it remains that way starting to dry up a little bit by 7. look how quickly it clears out of here. i mean even with the fact of all the surface moisture looks like things clear out pretty nicely tonight. but as some ground fog tomorrow morning, a what rose a little caution with that redeveloping into monday overnight tuesday morning. this may be all taken care of a little bit left over showers for tuesday morning looks like. but after that point things looking up for us
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about those winds thia morning was talking about blustery due west temperatures not going much today. 50's for most of the bay, you add a nice west wind with that it's going to be chilly not just in san francisco, but off to the east bay north they even the south bay too so kind of kind of a winter feel going on for everybody and when you take these highs in consideration, 50's 62, meanwhile for san jose coming up a little bit later we'll be checking into that longer-range forecast for you marty sounds good day. thanks. a lot. well, it is a year about 70,000 runners are so descend upon the city. >>they take part of bay to breakers and this year we're wondering what effect of wet morning has on the runners kron for us see the tape cho has a look at what to expect with that race. >>rouse of runners are still starting their 12 day journey here the 108 to breakers race in san francisco know things got off to a start this morning and that did not stop people from arriving full of energy and of course in costumes i feel confident
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don't get it done. they all go back in is actually right. they come here to watch we and across town at ocean beach reporting in san francisco christina tetreault on for news. >>now let's get to a big story. we're following this morning state lawmakers in missouri are moving forward with a bill that would ban abortions after 8 weeks of pregnancy, even in cases of incest or rape. the governor there says he will sign that legislation and steven dial has more. >>i will sign the bill is up for senate missouri governor mike parson vowing to sign an 8 week abortion bill into law is really what they're didn't give a clear answer as to why he supports but for exceptions for rape or incest or a sign the bill at is a not enter a couple times now i don't want to sign the bill as it is has
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a piece of legislation lesser voted on i believe in the pro life side of the issue i will sign the bill earlier in the day emotions feel the house floor. protesters multiple times interrupted the debate eventually being removed from the house chamber. >>we talked to some of them who drove hours to attend. and it's trash i think that it takes away bodily autonomy, clay county republican doug ritchie says he voted for this bill because it will save lives in 2017 state records show. >>more than 3700 women got an abortion at 9 weeks of pregnancy. this bill would make it illegal at 18 my vote was looking at the fact that i believe this bill by itself if nothing ever happens with roe v wade saves lives meanwhile democrats say this will force women to bring children into a system they say doesn't support that we don't have any resources in missouri but
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we're supposed to be pro-life. i think this bill is just another of the state bills that have gone on the here. >>to try to test roe v wade and i'm ok with that just be honest about what you're for don't tell me you're for pro-life. and you're not. >>governor gavin newsome promises to protect women's rights in california he partnered with planned parenthood to host a women's rights rally. yesterday in san diego. about the unborn folks that righteously talk about the unborn are the exact. >>same people when those children are born. programs to support those children and their families. >>the rally was part of the governor's statewide healthcare tour his budget plan aims to double funding for reproductive health services to million. national news this morning, the first republican member of congress
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has come out to say that there is evidence to support the impeachment of president trump. congressman justin a much of michigan tweeted his reasoning saying that the attorney general deliberately misrepresented the mueller rert and that the president engaged in impeachable conduct. he also said that partisanship has eroded our system of checks and balances and the few members of congress have even read the mueller report. several democrats in congress have pushed to begin impeachment proceedings, but representative al much says that he is not sure whether or not he will support those efforts. still ahead a crime for newsweek and the brooms around in the bay area after the dobbs took a big step. >>in their effort to sweep the blazers and move on to the nba finals, one lowe's knows you're the type who does it right.
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warriors groom and it looks like a sweep could be on the horizon after golden state took a commanding 3 nothing. >>series lead over the blazers tonight, let's get right to the highlights ever since katie went down steph curry had a run-in everyone that he is a 2 time mvp in his own right meanwhile, dame lillard still trying to get going in this series corley came out the gate strong meyers leonard if that ray leonard had all 16 of his points in the 1st half. well led by 13 at the break 3rd quarter places of 12 step curry knocked down the tray 3 contact warriors within 9
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after the free the closing moments of the 32 point game now curry again warriors overcome an 18 point deficit and take the lead 4th quarter warriors up 3 zach collins drop a 3 of his own we have a tie game but the dubs slowly and surely snatched a blazer so i think we saw it leave the arena. right there after that curry 3 3336 from step tonight, one 30 left game pretty much over. but the warriors still hustling klay thompson with the block when evan turner. the warriors go on to beat the blazers won 1099, your final state warriors can close it out and complete that four-game sweep on monday. let's hear from steve kerr after the game. a lot of big games. >>many games, you know by pretty big margin, sore guys know we have a an excellent defensive team and we've got some explosive scores so our guys know that they've been through it and i'm so when we were down we we knew we we could get back in it and again the defense. it's what allowed
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us to do that. >>to the ice we all know the blues had the blues after they felt that game 3 was snatched from them by the rest but we didn't know is if they would channel the anger positively or negatively of well we found out they posit channel it positively right away. blues scored on their first shot of the game and did not look back. they went on to win 2 to one. turtle with the sharks loans player to get on the board now the series is tied up in coming back to san jose for game 5 on sunday. let's hear from the captain as the sharks prepare for sunday's showdown. let's hold over to
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oracle park, a giant hosted the diamondbacks tonight we go right to the top of the 8th, inning giants of 64 and pablo sandoval he just unloads on that won his 6th homer of the year. the giants to go on to win this 1, 8, to 4 your final. now on to some mace baltimore baseball the a's in the motor city taking on the tigers. top of the 3rd no score former giant connelly writes as one right field testing that warning coming back that's just over the wall hunley with his first homer of the season is go out in front 2 to nothing. of the 5th get his first taste of the top 2 to one that the jury profar he's going to hit this one into the gap in left-center field robbie grossman so homes all the way into school or control far into second with an rbi double great baseball. now let's go to the top of the 7 days leading 3 to one had pinned her to the left also one that's high and deep to left field store turning and you can tell that when you
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mike pender with his 5th homer of the season a's. tigers 4 to one your final a's looking for the sweep tomorrow. all right jason, thanks. a lot while look at the difference a few minutes banks, what a beautiful views golden gate bridge is the clouds start to a m
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>>starting to cross the finish lowered ocean beach a golden
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gate park. now keep in mind that a lot of roads remain closed in san francisco. uh so if you're in the city right now be sure to a. >>be a ticket note of that and just so watch out for the senate peeps are flocking to the city right now far as here with the forecast and a you're saying earlier that pretty much made a breakers rain is gone the idea of just an isolated showers what's left over and scattered about as what we got really for the afternoon into the evening as another little batch want to watch out too but really from what we had from saturday, nothing can top that. nor even this morning, this heavy rain that we had its all the way out the stockton that it was unable to topple we had from yesterday, here's the scattered showers the swowers we have left over all the way from the north the east bay shoreline down to the peninsula you will see closer inspection of that by the way and when we get the daytime heating you might get a couple little strikes of lightning potentially in that shot from u c berkeley looks like we're getting a little bit of sun out there in the east bay shoreline, same shot of the golden gates, the puffy cumulus here but sometimes it
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might be a little nebulous and there and that is the strikes of lightning with that as well so on the larger perspective. we have as we have this this afternoon. then a break for late tonight tomorrow. then another patch for tomorrow afternoon. overnight into tuesday morning after that we probably should be pretty much ok. current winds we do have a little bit on shore wind in place most areas being affected by wins best single digits to the lower teens. but at this afternoon might pick up a little bit again with these patches of isolated showers and thundershowers seminole little shot of that keeping in the forecast all day today, scattered about will call at about 4 o'clock the bay to breakers forecast they're keeping that mention in there with temperatures in the 50's but a brisk wind but they're moving around a bit so and today's expectations in the 50's everywhere except maybe san jose managing about 62. coming up in a bit we'll take a look at that long-range forecast which is little bit more optimistic than what we've been through marty coke a day, thanks a lot. while the
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wet weather for us cal state east bay to cancel its commencement ceremony yesterday. now the of the event will not be rescheduled. but students are being encouraged to participate in today's commencement ceremony at the hayward campus kron forced down thorne has the story. a field of white seats meant for new college graduates or instead filled with puddles rainy weather forces, cal state east bay to cancel their concord campus commencement. >>i'm disappointed and hurt. >>jerry norton is getting her degree in sociology jenny says it took her 6 years of studying while working a full time job. what came across this stage was going to be part of the reward for all of her heart. >>and i worked really hard to get here to block and have many male out saying that it was him but this can again. >>cal state east bay is not rescheduling the concord commencement however, the university has offered students an opportunity to walk at their hayward campus on sunday. but jenny says the
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concord students deserve to graduate on their own campus. >>i feel like the concrete students really worked hard so we should be celebrating at our campus. >>jenny sister eleanor is visiting from los angeles. but she will not be able to see jenny walk in hayward and said for other graduates year walking the stage in and be a part of this ceremony is. is what it's all about i know the degree is spent for his family, it's seen them, walk the stage. however the rain didn't stop them from doing their own commencement ceremony. we have the graduate we have our phones to take pictures so we're still very proud of her. reporting in concord and thorn kron 4 news. don't you love it. well don't forget you can track the forecast in your neighborhood anytime by downloading >>for mobile app you can
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download it for free and they get our interactive radar also push alerts on whether all around the bay area. university of california is raising tuition for out-of-state and international students. you see board of regents approved a $762 hike on thursday despite some loud protests from students. the 2.6% increase will take effect in the upcoming school year. the board approved a nearly $1000 increase in tuition last year. so students who attend you see schools from abroad or from out of state will now pay more than $42,000 a year in tuition and fees that's more than 3 times what students from california. pay. for your health this morning. the national institute on drug abuse says that 130 people in the us die every day after overdosing on opioids adding to the problem is the use of dirty needles that spread of hiv and hepatitis c health officials are hoping the use of clean needles will help start help stop that part of the opioid crisis, kristen holmes has more.
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>>kentucky a state hit hard by the opioid epidemic as in new york for 10 years and i've never seen people inject this many times the use of id drugs now fueling another crisis, hepatitis c if left untreated the virus can be deadly. he has the highest incidence of hep c in the country hepatitis c rates have gone up. it's 7 times the national rate. the state tackling the problem with clean needle exchanges, these but they're syringes and when they bring him back ideally their full. getting here in the lush rolling hills of appalachian is the town of hazard with the virus is rampant. we've got a little over 300 individuals that participate in our needle exchange program is anonymous participants give their initials and birth date for registration card. but are asked to provide much more their used needles if they're injecting 12 times and 84 syringes if a person participates in a syringe
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exchange program. >>research shows that there are 5 more likely to go to treatment and individuals that doubt. >>donald davis and jennifer twyman are on the front lines of the epidemic we gave out. >>a 136,000 syringe is what goes there have those also in long-term recovery from drug addiction. >>i start injecting drugs back in the 70's. it takes over your life. and now they spend their time educating users on how to prevent contracting have to encouraging them to get tested the majority of our people appreciate everything that we do they thank us. what does it mean to lead to be able to do this everything in kentucky. it means everything, i'm kristen holmes reporting. >>now for many riders hopping on bart is not always the cleanest experience kron four is noelle bellow watch bart's night time cleaning crew at work to find out just how those trains are deep cleaned.
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>>love it or hate it it is the train that gets more than 400,000 people around the bay every day. 1000 shoes stepping on to trains 4 million fingers touching the straps and a whole lot of other things down to make you squirm. >>needles lehmann seats getting on the part so yes. trash kind of name >>when it comes to keeping the trains garbage free bart's first line of defense. this spot cleaners mark says when a writer complains it takes action. >>colleges ceases to anything that's left of the trade that he's in the service right away. >>if all that doesn't gross you out those hot lunches, she's talking about that's actually code for vomit. >>according to bart every night it's trains get a
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general cleaning that's your basic sweep in seat wiped down. but when cars are due for a heavy duty cleaning rhonda morrow and her team write >>and make sure we scrub everything from the top to the bottom every night here at the millbrae station at least one car gets a deep cleaning. >>we just expect to see what we lee. the back seats to make sure. >>it's 2 hours of screen scrubbing and sanitizing. >>we have basket which is are getting cleaner and we have htc one 50 which is to greece a cleaner which i see the love because it cleans everything despite the thoroughness each bar car only gets this treatment once every 60. >>with the manpower we have.
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and if you are didn't make the message. we see the mess that's what everybody here. >>asa danya just started with bart. he wants writer snow his team does the best they can also to on. if there's one thing the cleaning crew and writers agree on it's that everyone can help keep it clean. lot fire, i figure they pay for their tickets so they can just do. they want and here to clean it up so. >>so if you wouldn't do it at your grandma's house don't do it on bart in millbrae know a fellow crime. >>a 29 year-old single mothers graduation photo is going viral and it's because of the story behind it and all that she had to do to overcome in in order to make this picture
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reality. her name is erika alfaro and she's standing in when with her cap and gown now with her parents in a strawberry field in san marcos that's near san diego. the daughter of farm workers. she says she overcame a lot of obstacles to reach your goal such is having and are educated parents learning english at the age of 13, being a teenage mom and surviving domestic violence. she says all of these hurdles inspired her to never give up. >>i just decided to keep i'm because i wanted to prove myself wrong. how my doubts i wanted to show myself and show my son that it was possible. >>graduates with a master's degree in education from san diego state later today and she's hoping to be a house high school counselor to help underrepresented students on their own educational journeys. erica is sure to be a positive role model for those teenagers. a set of twins in southern california came into the world in a very unique way one was born at home the other in an ambulance. michelle guile has the story. here's baby.
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>>i delivered so happy. >>they're healthy some near rye is still reeling from the big surprise this morning when he jumped in and play doctor after his wife jasmine went into labor in their tustin home my wife is yelling and screaming saying i'm having a baby. >>ok will be with a hostile right now said not having right dadnowuided the baby out but knew right away he needed help. >>because his wife who was 37 weeks-long was pregnant with twins that stunning news came just 2 weeks ago the rise, we're shocked believing they were only having one baby. back home as the delivery played out a neighbor called 911. the orange county fire
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authority rushed to the house to pick up jasmine wright still in labor with baby number 2. it couldn't wait either and came out feet first in the ambulance. risky in the best of circumstances. it was a life threatening emergency for the baby. >>they were able to create an airway for the baby to the mother could push the baby completely out for the child birth. so our paramedics did a wonderful job today they actually probably save this child's life. >>well that was michelle guile reporting we understand that the mom is in stable condition at a santa ana hospital this morning. where officials say they expect that she will fully recover. >>let's go and take outline for a look at conditions at sfo and they have changed
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>>welcome by the ground for morning news, good morning. everybody let's check out the old storm tracker for radar see what's going on as we're left with the spotty isolated and a scattered about thunder showers that we have in showers of the heavy line you can see from sacramento extending down to the south it's get just a closer view of what's going on around the media today and just the return of the spotty scattered showers one north of looks like of castro valley down the freeman, another collection and off to the southern end of the peninsula in the north bay, but looks like the city is getting a little bit of a break in san francisco for the runners hopefully. also the hold off. sfo getting some sun out there how about that action we just say it looks like a kind of a a semi cloudy
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day but this is an improvement given the atmosphere a little bit of energy to play with a bird shot also showing the sun coming out a little bit and all along the east bay shoreline. this is also recent with the sun coming out breaking up these clouds again keeping those scattered showers and thunder showers in our forecast this afternoon. there's another clump way to the west of us and then there's this big space. and there you see that bright white off to the northwest of us that's going to be our monday night. tuesday morning, a rain to look out for and then after should remain fairly try high temperatures today and the upper 50's some lower 60's lot of it depends on how much sun we get stateline a sun-like central valley, quite chilly 55 fresno 68 bakersfield and the so cal 65 also for l e x 63 san diego central coast. well we have some rain on the monterey 58 today and 56 san francisco. so let's look at the models have to say breaking up for monday tuesday looking okay on that until the rain gets here
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overnight monday night tuesday after that got to watch that churning low to see if we might have the return of some rain towards the end of the week for now we're going to call it somewhat partly cloudy. 70 forecast that's what it is temperatures returning to the middle 70's, this is close to seasonality finally we have this winter like feel we have of like it's feels like almost february or march, mid 60's or 70's going on by the time we get to saturday for now to some scattered clouds will call it marty. >>all right davis too little traffic. this morning, northern lights reindeer antique cars and just a few of the things awaiting due in fairbanks alaska cartel and the zetas dana redmond joins me this and fairbanks looks like a lot of fun just from what little and a little bit of everything they're >>but he's executions when you plan a trip to alaska are a little different somewhat scenery, someone wildlife right. their banks has just a whole lot of surprises waiting for you and it's easier than ever this summer because now we've got a new nonstop straight flight from that banks for a new night oh great so let's go. outside in
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fairbanks, ok and this is a great way to do it sure you get you get the scenery you get see planes taking off and and you know air travel is such an important part of life use their leases can't get too with a car. what people consider these taxes absolutely and you know, it's %pjust fun to be able to wch them come and go and the cruise takes you by this is as the dog kennels of the for time i did or at camp randall champion, susan butcher, so you get to kind of see what a day in the life that they were these incredible racers they put a little bit of an story. look at all those dogs that are really really cited you can't quite hear him, but you. the of the landscape and the things that they do move in very fast. they're real. training sessions, the training session absolutely so it's going to get a sneak peek
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at what goes on in as like yeah. and a little dirty yeah. and yeah, ok this is so much harder than it looks patients is what is like a fiend is not. she says the key here. once the once you get that. see it but we have some little flakes re that you actually can be you know go go figure i am so i can. >>do it anyone can do it is the world of the story. kind of clean. this is that same gold you're holding in your hand. cleanup and polish it. so you leave with a sense of accomplishment. look what i did now that you've got kind of that gold rush feeling showing, let's go for a walk ok to that energy. fairbanks, you don't walk alone. you walk with reindeer. yes that was is a range years and you're strolling withering here, this is running reindeer right and
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where you go out for a stroll swim reindeer, because of course it's kind of course sure. what a beautiful shot of the day. they are just kind of love bugs to a degree not they come run. they do some not barking that they make some noise, stopping to eat along the way. all this you know my name all they don't know humans at all well truthfully. and the mood there in one may %pbe walking on a leash with a gallon, the front one may not and then they all just kind of follow along. you know change in heck of a lot of fun, sure looks like and they they have. they come up next you want their head scratch that kind of thing just enjoy completely domesticated completely domesticated fun. it's like for you. i've got something
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for you to k. antique auto museum now that. really a museum person i'm going to sit this really caught my. they have a video click into vintage video collection along with the car's this look familiar, but marcus it is shot just a few days in 19 oh 6 before the before the quake for this ring. 7 minutes in length, how we watched it 3 or 4 times that. so you know you never know what james you're going to discover when you travel and this is a this is kind of a perfect example, so in between the car as i sat down and and took this the to me they're like this is like and there's another wreck. a good thing to kind of put on your list of your car bomb or and fairbanks is really unique for. from may 17 to july 27th, 24 hours of sunshine right,
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ok, yeah. so that's just different but it's also a great place for northern lights sure from august 21th to april 21th, this is what you can see you know if you say of late and look to the skies now so these are shots that i took in early september so it doesn't have to be the dead of winter that i guess that's that's my point that you know a great thing to know no special camera a lot of these were shot on my phone. there's a there's a spot borealis base camp that little light down you can watch a bad if you want to deny you saw this in person i like it's absolutely phenomenal and it is one of those things if you are not the type of person who finds you can stay up late. you will be up all night because you will it is constantly changing constantly moving the colors are phenomenal. what a great show. it's incredi
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>>former governor and movie star arnold schwarzenegger is brushing off a man who attacked him in south africa. take a look at the moment that the man kick schwarzenegger. this was yesterday 71 year-old former governor shared the video on twitter and you can see the security immediately pinned him down and took the man away. shorts nager also tweeted quote thanks for your concerns but there's nothing to worry about i thought i was just being jostled by the crowd which happens a lot and we realized i was kid when i saw the video like all of you,
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i'm just glad the idiot didn't interrupt my snapchat. entertainment news this morning, comedian chris rock is set to reboot the infamous horror movie franchise saw now rock has written a new vision for the horror film about the serial killer jigsaw will also be the executive producer of the film. now this movie could be released by october of next year in time for halloween. the last movie title jigsaw came out in 2017 it was the 8th movie in that franchise that started back in 2004. and take a look at this 9 hole heroic a police officers have been honored for lifting a car off of the crash victim this is in canada. the man was pinned under the vehicle following the crash and was struggling to breathe. a group of officers lifted that vehicle up and held it for nearly 2 minutes while the man was pulled to safety. the rescue was a success but the man was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries. the driver of the vehicle was charged with dui the officers were all honored in connection with nasa national police week
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dave. >>all right marty that's going take a look at radar real we have some spotty showers going on left over as we get daytime heating that could turn into a little thunder shower briefly and before it moves out and then will get clear knows how it works. another dose to make note of looks like after the evening commute monday night into tuesday morning will be an overnight shower which is good rain but nothing like we've been through already good warming up for the balance of the week and right now it's all right like that. thanks dave has got to wrap things up for us thanks for joining us this morning. we'll see you again next weekend of 07:00am don't forget. kron 4 news tonight at 8.10. >>and always on kron on kron four dot com. [music]
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>> joel osteen: well, god bless you. it's a joy to come into your homes, and if you're ever in our area, please stop by and be a part of one of our services. i promise you we'll make you feel right at home. i like to start with something funny, and i heard about these four catholic ladies, they were bragging on their sons. the first one said, "my son is a priest. when he walks in the room, everyone calls him father." the second one said, "my son is a bishop. when he walks in the room, everyone calls him

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