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(jrstone) now at 10 -- a scary experience for a woman and her two grandchildren. they were rescued from their s-u-v as it started to sink in a pond. (jrstone) good evening i'm j.r. stone.(justine) and i'm justine waldman. rohnert park police say the woman accidentally drove into the water while driving at a mobile home park saturday night. emergency crews were able to quickly jump into action and help them out.. kron4's dan thorn is live in rohnert park tonight with more on this rescue..dan? police say the grandmother
police say the woman showed no signs of being impaired after this accident. however, they have requested the dmv evaluate her driving status. reporting live in rohnert park dan thorn kron4 news. (jrstone) on the penninsula -- police in san mateo arrested a man they say may have been armed at the hillsdale mall today. this is a photo of the suspect. police have not confirmed
whether the man was actually armed. the suspect was found at the laurelwood shopping center on the 1200 block of west hillsdale boulevard and taken into police custody. police have not released the suspect's identity. (justine) in the east bay -- police are investigating a crash that killed an 18- year-old woman from pittsburg. the crash happened around 12:40 this morning in concord. police say the driver veered off ákirker pass roadá and hit a pole. the crash closed the southbound lanes of kirker pass road at hess road for more than three hours. police are still looking into the cause... and have not released the name of the victim. (justine) police tell kron 4 news, a 63-year-old - repeat d-u-i offender is now in custody after a car crash in petaluma. police say ápamela longá rear ended a car on east washington street, injuring a child in the car she hit. witnesses say she smelled like alcohol and that at one point she tried to walk away, forcing some witnesses to take her keys and make her stay on scene. when police arrived, they determined that
her blood alcohol level was just over the legal limit. she was also found to be on probation following a prior dui conviction. she was arrested for "dui causing injury" and violation of dui probation. she was booked in the sonoma county jail dry weather will return late tonight and into monday. expect slightly cooler temperatures during the overnight hours with most cities in the bay area cooling down into the upper 40s. daytime highs monday will remain below average, tracking upper 50s along the coast, low to mid 60s inland. a cold system dropping in from the north will bring renewed shower chances from monday night through tuesday evening. rain totals with this storm will be weak, 0.25" or less. wind gusts will be 30 mph or less, well below advisory level. drier weather is forecast later in the week, but temperatures will remain cooler than normal.
teachers are planning to go on strike tomorrow. the teachers union and the school district tried again today to reach an agreement - but failed. the two sides have been negotiating since last year. but talks were stalled over higher pay. kron 4's gayle ong spoke to both sides today after they met for hours. she is live in union city with the latest. gayle. the union and district spent hours at the bargaining table today.the
union city gayle ong kron 4 news. (justine) in the north bay -- a 16-year-old and a 17- year-old are in the juvenile justice center tonight in connection to a robbery that happened at a high school. santa rosa police responded to áelsie allen high schoolá close to 10 last night. the victim reported two males stole items from his car that was parked in the school's parking lot. the victim said -- he followed the suspects through the school grounds to confront them. then one of the suspects threatened the victim with a gun. police posted a picture of the gun. they say -- it's a replica. police will not release the teens' name due to their age. (jrstone) turlock police are warning the public to be on alert---- after a burglary suspect stole a law enforcement officer's guns and gear and is now impersonating an officer...(justine) police say the suspect--
rain didn't stop thousands of people from lacing up their running shoes and hitting the pavement. ágabriel geayá -- who you see on the left -- is the overall winner of this year's bay to breakers race. and on the right is -- caroline rotich...she is the winner of the female division. (jrstone) it was announced on twitter -- he finished the 12-k race in 35 minutes and one second.(justine) ácaroline rotichá took the top spot in the female division with a time of 39:28. kron four's christina tetreault (tay-tro) was at the start line this morning.
(jrs) an tough loss today for the san jose sharks. in game five of the western conference finals -- the st. louis blues defeated them five nothing. (justine) but fans are confident the sharks will just keep swimming to the top. kron 4's taylor bisacky spoke to fans who are hoping the sharks bite back.
southeast san jose. she said there was hail and also thunder and lightning. they had a little of everything down there. (justine) lets to go m-rod. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. dry weather will return late tonight and into monday. expect slightly cooler
temperatures during the overnight hours with most cities in the bay area cooling down into the upper 40s. daytime highs monday will remain below average, tracking upper 50s along the coast, low to mid 60s inland. a cold system dropping in from the north will bring renewed shower chances from monday night through tuesday evening. rain totals with this storm will be weak, 0.25" or less.
(jrstone) a sacramento cemetery- left to pick up the piecesafter someone broke in last week and destroyed several headstones.(justine) the gravestones belonged to volunteer fire fighters and they date back to the 18- hundreds. the vandalism happened at the sacramento historic city cemetery thursday night. the cemetery manager says whoever is responsible caused 6 to 8 thousand dollars worth of damage. and volunteers say these historic headstones are not easily repaired. street.across the business camera at the suspect from a possible footage of a surveillance there is (justine) there is surveillance footage of a possible suspect from a camera at the business across the street. (justine) coming up -- a
surprise gift for nearly 400 of these students -- graduating today. their commencement speaker pledges to pay off their studen loans. hear from one graduate about how that's about to change his life. (jrstone) and -- trayvon martin's mother has her eyes set on public office! we'll explain after the break. (justine) kron4 is now streaming live local news 24 hours a day. if you haven't tried kron-on yet - here's what you are missing: watching now.>tv to start watching now.>
generations of my family that have been in this country, we're gonna put a little fuel in your bus. / and my family is making a grant to eliminate their student loans. cheering"> (jr) a stunning announcement today at a commencement ceremony. billionaire technology investor árobert f smithá told nearly 400 graduating seniors -- he is paying off their students loans. (jr) smith is the founder and c-e-o of ávista equity partnersá -- headquartered right here in san francisco.(justine) last year -- forbes magazine named him the richest african- american in the country. he was this year's morehouse college. it's an all-male, historically black
school.(justine) the student debt for the class of 20-19 is estimated to be as much as 40-million dollars. (jrstone) trayvon martin's mother is running for public office in florida. sybrina fulton's campaign manager said she will formally announce her candidacy monday for a seat on the miami-dade board of county commissioners. fulton became a social justice activist following the 2012 fatal shooting of her 17-year- old son. former neighborhood watch captain george zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder for trayvon martin's death, igniting protests. the case gave rise to the black lives matter movement. fulton is seeking the commission seat that will open up in 2020, when term limits will keep barbara jordan from running again. miami gardens mayor oliver g. gilbert iii is also running for the seat. (jrstone) up next -- the
abortion law debate is heating up. we'll hear how the president is weighing in on the issue... when we come back. (justine) plus -- police in texas find this little girl safe...hours after she was abducted. how two brave citizens helped police find the girl and the suspected kidnapper. (mabrisa)a look at your forecast coming up...
is reiterating his position on abortions as a wave of conservative states are banning them. in a series of tweets shortly before midnight on saturday, the president wrote that his view is "the same position taken by ronald reagan." he said that he is strongly pro-life with three exceptions being -- rape, incest and protecting the life of the mother. (jrstone) and -- hundreds of demonstrators marched to the alabama capitol today to protest the state's newly approved abortion ban, chanting "my body, my choice!" and "vote them out!"(justine) the demonstration came days after governor kay ivey signed the most stringent abortion law in the nation that makes performing an abortion a felony in nearly all cases-- unless necessary for the mother's health. the law provides no exception for rape and incest. today -- marchers said the measures have energized supporters of legalized abortion. and they say they are digging in for a legal and political
fight. governors in kentucky, mississippi, ohio and georgia have approved bans on abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can happen as early as the sixth week of pregnancy. pregnancy. (justine) a young girl has been reunited with her family after she was abudcted while walking outside with her mom ... this is surviellance video showing the moment the suspect sped off -- you can see the girl's mother on the ground.(justine) and authorities are hailing citizen heroes for their detective skills. the hours-long search involved several law enforcement agencies -- but it was a social media post that led two locals to the suspect's vehicle.david daniel has more. has more.
(justine)the suspect faces first-degree felony charges of aggravated kidnapping.police said he is not related to the girl and that his motive remains unclear. (jr) there is no spring in sight up in the sierra. this is video posted today by squaw valley/alpine meadows. they picked up several inches of snow overnight...aga in.(justine)- quick adlib - (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. dry weather will return late tonight and into monday. expect slightly cooler
temperatures during the overnight hours with most cities in the bay area cooling down into the upper 40s. daytime highs monday will remain below average, tracking upper 50s along the coast, low to mid 60s inland. a cold system dropping in from the north will bring renewed shower chances from monday night through tuesday evening. rain totals with this storm will be weak, 0.25" or less. wind gusts will be 30 mph or less, well below advisory level. drier weather is forecast later in the week, but temperatures will remain cooler than normal.
(jrstone) acting homeland security secretary kevin mcaleenan says migrants detained along the southern us border will not be sent to sanctuary cities as president donald trump and some members of his administration have previously pushed for.(justine) customs and border protection has started flying some migrants to san diego.
and another location in texas for processing because the facilities along the border are at capacity. last week there were talks of a possible government plan to send migrants who are in federal custody to south florida. the acting customs and border protection commissioner said in a statement that the agency "has no plans" to transport migrants to northern or coastal cities, including those in florida as had initially been discussed. (justine) coming up -- a school district is under fire after conducting an active-shooter drill. why some people think the props they used were insenstive. (jrstone) and -- big changes with the housing market in the bay area. what it means for people looking to buy a home. you know when you're at ross and you find.hmmm.
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back against criticism of an active-shooter drill, where the gunman wore a traditional arab headdress. the drill was conducted for staff at the penn-trafford school district in january. parts of a drill-video began circulating, showing the gunman wearing a keffiyeh, (keh-fee-uh)... a blonde wig and a paintball mask. the drill was criticized by civil rights and advocacy groups. that includes the director of the american-arab anti- discrimination committee who says the video sends the message that quote 'people wearing arab headdresses or muslims are suspicious.' the district says there was no intent by the district, the police department or the consulting group they used to represent any particular culture or religion. the sharks were looking to take a 3-2 lead in their western confernce finals series against the st. louis blues... hopes were high as
san jose was on home ice... but those hopes came crashing down quickly... jonathan cheechoo... remember him... get on the "cheechoo train"... he opened the door for the team 10 seconds into the game... evander kane... golden opportunity for an early goal... but his shot bounces off the post... could have been a huge momentum-builder for the sharks about 5 minutes leter... eric karlsson can't clear the puck... oskar sundqvist capitalizes on the one-tumer... 1-0 blues 2nd period... martin jones.... leaves the puck out in front of the net... jaden schwartz scores off the error... 2-0 blues still 2nd period... karlsson trips vladimir tarasenko to prevent the breakaway...but it's a penalty shot and tarasenko converts... beating jones top-shelf... 3-0 blues injuries mount for the sharks... karlsson... left the game with an injured thigh... thomas hertl had to leave after a hard check... joonas
donskoi took a puck to the face and left... and joe pavelski... another hard hit... he had to limp off the ice... four regulars couldn't finiish the game 3rd period... 4-4 blues... schwartz... finishes it off.... scoring his 3rd goal of the game... it's his 2nd hat trick in the playoffs and joe thornton... can only look on, as this could be his final game in the shark tank if they can't win game 6 in st. louis... blues shut out the sharks....5-0....your final...game 6 in st. louis on tuesday.... the warriors sent a loud message to any team looking to dethrown them last night... better play hard or else. steph curry and company... much like game two... got down double digits in the first half... but a 3rd quarter run was too much for portland to overcome...curry went for a game-hiugh 36 points but this was the draymond green game... green... doing
everything on the court... finished with a triple double and played his usual stellar defense to lead the warriors to a 29-13 third quarter advantage the combination of green, curry, and another excellent performance by the bench... pulled away in the 4th... holding the blazers to 33 second-half points "tomorrow is a big opportunity for us. obviously, close out the series and get back to the finals. take advantage of the little break to get healthy and get our bodies refreshed, and understanding how difficult it's going to be to win a championship." now on to some baseball....gian looking for a series win against the arizona diamondbacks.... we go to extras... top 10th. tied at 2.... pablo sandoval... homered as a pinch-hitter last night... and he does it again!... sends this oneopposite field... into the left field bleachers... solo job... giants defeat the diamondbacks in the 10th....3-2...your final....giants head back home to face the atlanta
braves....tomorrow... (the a's game in detroit was suspended due to rain with oakand up 5-3 in the 7th... they will finish the game september 6th) no tiger woods in the final round of the pga championship... but a new star.....has arrived brooks koepka... sinks the par putt on 18 to seal his 2nd straight pga title koepka... wins his 3rd overall major title... you figure he... johnson... and tiger should be atop the favorites list for the u-s open... next month at pebble beach a big congrats to brooks koepka.... (jrstone) the reign is over for "avengers: endgame." the marvel movie was finally shot down at the weekend box office, but it still has something to celebrate. david daniel has estimates for the weekend top five.
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