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tv   KRON 4 News Weekend  KRON  July 31, 2016 7:00am-10:01am PDT

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you can see the san francisco marathon well underway on this span, but traffic is pretty good on the span in both directions but it
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is pretty chilly out there for the runner, getting a little bit of relief from the heat earlier in the last week. bay bridge looks great as well, looking at rather -- traffic very light, getting into downtown san francisco, not going to be an issue so far at this point. switching things over to the san mateo span right now, where the overcast skies continue here, but it's pretty smooth sailing across the entire span right now. and the richmond bridge westbound 580, just a couple of cars on the left hand side, not bad. and planning your day today, heading out the door, you're going to want to have a jacket now, but by noontime, you can peel that off buzz the warm temperature -- because the warm temperatures will be returning with a lot of sunshine expected today. breaking overnight, one woman is dead and another four are injured after two shootings in texas. police arrested one person and are now looking for another
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shooter. here's the new video into the kron4 newsroom, police received multiple calls of shots fired after midnight pacific time. three other women were injured. three were taken to the hospital. police said that the shooter fired into a crowd of people. the shooter is still at large this morning. and the second shooting happened in a parking gr raj when a man dr garage when a man fired off shots in an aggravated assault. the assault victim was taken to the hospital, his injuries are not serious. but it's not clear if anyone in the parking garage was hit by gunfire. austin's police chief says that the incidents were not related. and happening now, over 26,000 people are racing in this year's annual san francisco marathon, the 26 mile race kicked off at 5 po -- 5:30. there are road closures. more on the race and the road
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closures, avery. >>reporter: yeah, i'm just at the finish line, the first runner is getting ready to cross the finish line, right now. there are 26,000 people running in this race today, and i wanted to show you, i think he's coming right now, he is coming, i just want to wait and so you guys can see the first runner come through. he might not be running through right now. the starting line, this is the 26.2 mile run, through the city, you can hear all of the cheers of the people, because that first runner is coming through. along the way, they put all of the san francisco land mashes, fisherman's wharf, the golden gate bridge, this is a tough course, i talked to part of the marathon race staff and he ran the race before. what the runners about to experience as they cross the finish line. >> it's probably one of the most
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exhilarating emotions that is self-induced, and that no one can take away from you, and it's one that i encourage everyone to seek and it's incredible. and it's amazing to me to see that there are so many people year after year, wanting to challenge themselves, to achieve the marathon distance. >>reporter: now, quite obviously, with this marathon, cops a lot of -- comes a lot of road closure, be mindful if you live or, wo or have to get along the route that you need to give yourself extra time. some of the first runners are coming through the finish line right now. we're going fo be here to talk to the first person who finished. and i'll be sure to bring that to you the next hour. back to you. >> looking forward to that. we'll check with you later. also, happening now, it's the second and final day of the delays on bart for track improvements. closed all weekend long, one of the 7 closures happening in up
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the coming months. there will be an express shuttle service to accommodate customers who would normally ride the train. bart crews say they're working to make sure that sound dampenning equipment, in an effort to make customer's rides quieter. a story you saw first here on the kron4 news, a grandmother was attacked after having her car stolen twice in one week. the police arrested two of the suspected thieves. kron4 spencer blake spoke to the grandmother and has the story. >>reporter: it was right here in this neighborhood that a woman's car was stole rngs found and then stolen again. the bad guys beat her up in the process. but now that woman has her car back, she says she's glad to know one of her neighbors is locked up t. woman this shadow belonged to, felt it safest not to show her face. she's standing on the curb where her car was stolen earlier. she found the car a few houses away from her own. >> this was in my neighborhood,
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and down the street, like five houses down from my neighborhood, and i would see them, and i would pass, and i would say hello. >>reporter: when she hopped in to drive it home, the thieves put up a fight. >> got in the passenger's seat and pulled my mom out of the kashgs pushed her out of the car. >>reporter: she ended up with this road rage, and a few other minor injuries. but she noticed the trail the robbers left with her stolen credit cards. the carjackers spending her money. >> one of the things the officer told me was he was a vej administered gun -- registered gun owner and i didn't feel safe with him knowing where i live and my family. so again, now, i'm happier now, he's arrested and i can feel more relaxed now. >> her daughter put up a facebook blast and got a huge response about the guy. one suspect is arrested and in
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jail in kost ra county jail. >> you know who is watching you. >>reporter: the woman says she's going to add security features to her car and her house, and again, she did get her car back, but she had to take it into the dealership today for some repairs. that scuffle with the carjackers left it in pretty bad shape. spencer blake, kron4 news. and coming up on kron4 news. we'll tell you what led to this altercation. and the mayor of stockton is under intense criticism after a gun stolen from him was used in a crime, hear what he says happened. also, avocado prices on the rise, the reason you're paying more per avocado. that's all coming up next.
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for your money, here are the stories from the week that could impact your bottom line. you may have noticed, prices are going up at the grocery store,
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the reason for -- on avocados, the reason for higher prices and the significant shortage in year's harvest. the average price has jumped up from 93 cents per avocado to more than a dollar. in mexico, suppliers grow avocados year round, but the june harvest was low. a heat wave ruined most of california's crop. the federal reserve has decided not to bump up interest rates over the summer. there were indications a rate chould change this month, but -- could change this month, after several good reports, the high eing slowed and after great britain voted to leave the europeanion union, analysts say an interest rate is likely to happen before the end of the year. coming up on the kron4 news weekend, bart officials closed an east bay station for several hours due to a freak occurrence. what happened, that's next. and taking a live look outside right now, at the approach to
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the bay bridge toll plaza, the sunshine is on the way, though, i'll have all of the details coming up. and for the weekend, it's off the grid in san francisco, enjoy food from 29 different vendors. it's at the main -- from 11:00 to 4:00 and free to attend.
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bridge, we have already much the fog, definitely, especially along the coast and you're going to see the gray skies continue throughout the morning, but it's going to clear, but it's lightly travelled if you're going to be taking the san mateo bridge soon this morning. richmond bridge, looking good, getting out to the noshlth bay, just a minor back up on the left side of your screen. and some of the cash lanes, but other than that, it will be a problem for your drive and n and out of the north bay. current temperature, bundle up if you're making your way out of the door any time soon this morning, it's mostly 50s and low 60s around the bay area. but the warmup is on the way. i'll have full details, that's coming up next. and the bay area news, a new video has many questioning the tactics used by the bart police officers. this video shows an arrest made right near the bart tracks, in san francisco, many witnesses say the suspect did nothing wrong, one facebook witness said that two black teenagers were bothering an older white man who called the police. the two were trying to get away when an officer put his knee against one of their backs and
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an officer on the scene pulled a gun out, but did not shoot. the bart conducter actually encouraged the witnesses to report the incident and hundreds of witnesses filmed the incident. >> they have it closed off and i have to go around the other side. it's inconvenient. i spent all day on my feet. in the east bay, a fire on the bart tracks cause delays in walnut creek, officials shut down the station for a couple of hours, as the crews worked on the tracks. fire officials are calling this a freak accident. and kron4 spoke with riders who got stuck in the delays and has the details on what could have caused this fire. >>reporter: a fire broke out on westbound tracks at the bart walnut creek station before 3:00 in the afternoon saturday. no trains were there at the time. contra costa fire crews put the blaze out in under a man. >> it was likely that it was a power pickup paddle, on the side of the bart car, picks up the
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powder from the rail. sometimes those get stuck in an up position and they make contact with the fiberglass covering, which would have the potential to set it on fire. >>reporter: but just that minute, caused up to an hour of delays for some bart passengers. and those waiting for them. >> i've got a text about an hour ago, to come pick up but still not arrived yet. but still here. >>reporter: the station closed for 45 minutes, while bart electricians assessed the damage. the eastbound track was then reopened forcing bart shuttles to use one lane, adding to the commute times. >> everybody who got off the train was up it s. cursing. crazy. >>reporter: others were more optimistic about the experience and say their commute wasn't badly affected by the fire. >> going slow, it was still pretty much faster than the freeways. and in monterrey county, a fire near big sur has burned 35,000 acres. 57 homes have been destroy
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because of the fire. the monterrey county sheriff's office has ordered many people to evacuate the area. some people were able to return to their hopes but then when they returned, they came back to destroyed neighborhoods. >> it just took up one of our oldest community members, took him to his house, i want you to find out for me and i know you need to see it. >> one person died in the fire. and more than 5,000 firefighters are battling the week-long wildfire. fire crews say they believe the fire will linger until the end of august, south blowing winds have kept the fire from moving up north into more heavily populated areas. but the south end of the fire has been a struggle for firefighters dealing with high temperatures and extremely low humidity. and in southern california, upper hand on the sand firee burning near santa clarita. the wildfire has burned nearly 39,000 acres and now at 93% contained. nearly 1700 firefighters are
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working to control this fire. and in california news, the mayor of stockton says he is in shock after one of the two guns stolen from him last year was used in a murder. many are angry at mayor anthony silva because he failed to notify the police after the gun was stolen from him. prosecutors say a 13-year-old boy was shot and killed by a gun registered to silva. silva did not report the gun stolen until a month after the murder. and critics say the mayor believe he should be held accountable. this is what the mayor had to say about the shooting. >> still in shock, and i'm heart broken and you know, all i can say is you know, my deepest sympathies and condolences to the family. >> i wouldn't have known because i didn't live in the house. >> the gun was recovered by the police after a domestic disturbance. well, for the first time, since may, there is a powerball winner, one lucky person in new
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hampshire matched six out of the six numbers, we also have three winners right here in california. who matched five out of the six numbers. one of which is from the bay area. the winning tickets were purchased in sunnyvale at the liquor and food martover south fair oaks avenue, and long beach. here are the lucky numbers, the jackpot was a whopping 478 million dollars. the 8th biggest jackpot in u.s. history. still ahead on the kron4 news weekend, a wildfire breaks out in the south bay, the progress fire crews have made, that's next. and taking a live look outside, right now, overlooking sfo, with lots of cloud cover, and fog. but the sunshine is on the way. for the weekend, it's the art and wine fair in alameda, enjoy arts, food and wine along with live music, it's all happening along park street from 10:00 to 6:00 tonight. and it's free to attend.
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welcome back to the kron4 news weekend, as we take a live look outside, this is our camera at the golden gate bridge now, it's socked in with the fog and the san francisco marathon well underway, folks have been out there since 5:30 this morning, so they're definitely getting a nice, cool run, as they're working up a sweat. you can see what it looks like for the 8:00 hour, you can see it's really socked in for the north bay and along the peninsula, along the coast we have some through oakland and hayward as well. but as we advance forward ahead, it will start mixing out. some of will stick around and lit come back out as we advance toward tsz the evening hours -- towards the evening hours, getting into overnight. fully returning and you're going to be waking up to a similar story tomorrow morning. on the cool side right now,
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definitely grab a light sweater, if you're headed out the door this morning, 55 degrees currently in san francisco, 60 in oakland. 61 in hayward. 62 currently in mountain view, 61 also in san jose, 63 currently in antioch right now. but the heat is on the way, we're going to see that right around noontime. we are having a cooling trend, things won't be as hot as what we've been experiencing, but lit be warm and we'll have a lot of sunshine peeking out around lunchtime. 3:00, going to be hot inland, we are going to see low 90s, warmer on the bay, but pretty mild and cool along the coast. this is what it looks like for lunchtime, if you're going to spend the day outside, you can definitely barbecue today, it will be beautiful to do so. 72 degrees, expected for oakland and 79 in hayward. 63 for san francisco, 67 half moon bay. 80 degrees expected for mountain view, and 85 for san jose. and the sunshine isn't going anywhere, you're going to see it all week long, as you head your way back to work, and we're going to see 90s and then it
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will tip into the 80s, for thursday and friday, for our warmest inland spots, we're going to see mainly 70s around the bay. and 60s along the coast. more news, weather and traffic, when the kron4 news weekend continues next. ♪ ♪
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because i use aczone gel. you could pay as little as $15 for aczone gel. learn more at aczone.com aczone. prescription treatment. proven results. welcome back to the kron4 news weekend, a quick look at weather and traffic now, starting things off at the golden gate bridge, where the san francisco marathon is well underway, folks have been out there since 5:30 this morning, it's overcast and cool right
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now. the bay bridge, toll plaza, pretty light getting into san francisco right now and the gray skies continue here as well. bundle up this morning. san mateo span, problem-free for # 2 in either -- 92 in either direction. smooth sailing and the overcast skies continue here. it will be clearing out, throw around 11:00 and noontime. this looks good if you're travelling here, a minor wait in some of those cash lanes but other than that, it will be an easy ride once you get on to the span, no delays reported and we are looking at highs today, it's going be quite warm, especially if you're inland, it's going to be cooler as far as what we've seen the last couple of week, but we still have a 92 creeping up in livermore, 80s for fairfield and concord at 85. 70s around the bay, 60s along the coast. on the peninsula, a boy from elk grove died after the car he was in rolled over in redwood city friday night around 8:30 on the whip l avenue off ramp.
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the 17-year-old was found on the pavement after being ejected from the car. he later died at the hospital. and an investigators say the car was speeding in the far left lane when the driver then veered to the right, crossing all lanes to exit the freeway. that's when the car hit an suv, causing the driver to lose control. the driver suffered minor injuries. everyone was wearing a seat belt, and police say it does not appear that the drugs or alcohol played a part in the incident. in the south bay, a fire has burned over a 100 and 20 acres -- 120 acres in san jose, the fire was reported at around 6:00 yesterday evening. it's burning around sierra road in eastern san jose. take a look at another video sent in by a viewer, cal fire says it's 70% contained and there are homes in the area. drivers are being turn add way at sierra road where the sheriffs have blocked off the passage way. two helicopters dumping
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retardant on the flames as well. you can see. >> never actually, this is the first time that there's been a strong fire back here. a lot of brush coming up here with the fires, but we've made barriers to protect against the firewall. the pastures and all of that for the horses. >> there are 13 major fires burning across california in addition to the latest sierra fire. and in national news. 16 people are dead after a hot air balloon crashed in central texas, you first broke the story yesterday morning during the kron4 news weekend. and kron4 reports on what witnesses say prior to the crash. >>reporter: a horrific sight in central texas. a hot air balloon caught fire, slammed into the ground, and killed all 16 people on board. the balloon may have hit power lines before the crash. >> i don't think any of them even realized what was going on
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because we heard the popping sounds, and i didn't look in time to see the balloon go down. but the way it went up, i don't think any of them had any idea what was going on. >>reporter: the balloon belonged to a company called heart of texas, hot air balloon rides. >> i heard a swoosh, you know, like a swooshing sound and then it just -- a big ball of fire up. >>reporter: the faa and the ntsb are investigating. officials say it will take several days to collect evidence and interview witnesses. >> you have coordination with a number of resources here, local state and federal, getting the documentation, much like a crime scene. you only get one chance at it, we want to make hur we do everything correctly. >>reporter: texas governor greg abbott called this a heartbreaking tragedy, and asked all of texas to pray for the families of the victims. a sunny field in texas, now the sight of the deadliest hot air
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balloon crash in u.s. history. and in san diego, a police officer who survived a deadly shooting is now alert, and awake. police chief shelley zimmerman announced wade irwin is on his way to full recovery, on thursday, irwin and another officer, were shot while they were making a stop. when the police responded to the calls for help, that's when they found guzman wounded and irwin dead. >> just in the last few weeks, across our great country. it is tragic for everyone. >> two suspects have been arrested in the shooting. irwin has been on the police force for nine years and from salis. fresno -- from t train conductor says he sounded the horn multiple times, but the man didn't react. police don't though why the man was on the tracks.
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it's not clear if he had left the hospital, he was believed to be about 47 years old. in decision 2016, the democratic presidential nominee and her vp hit the cam train thal this weekend, the fib are investigating a computer hack in the campaign, following the dnc data breach. diana gallagher reports on the recent hacking. >>reporter: hillary clinton and tim kaine debuting at the democratic party as presidential ticket this weekend as they continue their three-day bus tour through pennsylvania and ohio, highlighting their economic vision. but for many, the spotlight has been on clinton's recent campaign data breach, that the fbi and justice department are investigating in addition to the dnc hacks. the clinton camp released a statement saying the internal systems were not compromised but was, however, a data program. used by the campaign that was maintained by the dnc. a clinton aide says that the
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program was used for voter sdmfgs did not include social security or credit card numbers. the man at the helm of the wilileaks says that the data was public information. >> from me privately, there has been multiple hacks of the dnc over the last two years. >>reporter: private investigators hired by clinton's campaign made the discovery while investigating the dnc hack. the feds say there's more to come. >> we have more material related to the hillary clinton campaign. and yeah, extremely interesting. and we will see what will come of it. >>reporter: i'm diane gallagher reporting. a u.s. navy ship will be named after san francisco gay rights leader, a navy official says a new fleet will honor harvey milk and five other civil rights leaders. becoming a san francisco supervisor, his time on the board was cut short when he was
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assassinated in 1978. along with the navy ship, milk has schools, streets and parks named after him. coming up on the kron4 news weekend, a mother is facing criminal charges after she said she accidentally put vodka in her baby's formula. that's next on kron. a quick peek outside, the bay bridge, you can see the runners on the center bottom of your screen, for the san francisco marathon, overcast sky, i'll have full details on what your weather looks like, coming up. for the weekend, the festival in san francisco, enjoy a live performance at the stern grove starting at 2:00 this afternoon and it's free to attend.
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in national news, a woman from oklahoma is facing child neglect charges after she says she sdeptly gave her baby -- accidentally gave her baby formula mixed with vodka. she went out drinking friday night and filled a water bottle with vodka. when she returned home, a friend put the water bottle next to the baby's items and she made it formula for the morning. the woman realized something was wrong, when she could smell coming from the child's breath. a friend of the mother says this was all a big mistake. >> just a freak incident. a freak incident. she always loved her kids, she has three. >> hospital staff members say the four-month-old girl had a blood alcohol level of 0.19%. the woman was arrested and facing charges, the police have not addressed the baby's condition this morning. coming up, changes have been made at twin peaks. to the cheers of some people,
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and the sighs of others. i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly. a live look outside, right now, the camera overlooking the bay bridge, you can see the runners for the san francisco marathon in the bottom of your screen there, overcast conditions, and cool temperatures but the warmup is on the way. and for the weekend, it's the pokemon go toy drive, and crawl in oakland, donate one item for a raffle ticket to win fun prizes, happening at end games from 12:30 to 3:30 this afternoon and it's free to attend.
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welcome back to the kron4 news weekend, we are starting off with a live picture outside right now with the cameras at the golden gate bridge, that's socked in by the fog, you can see a lot of runners on the northbound side, traffic is light. it's chilly in san francisco right now. so the runners are definitely
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getting a nice break from that. foggy conditions are going to be sticking around through much of the morning, 9:00, you can see really socked in, especially along the coast, and some of the east bayshore line as well. it will start mixing up, out right around the 11:00 hour. so by noontime, we'll have a lot of sunshine and visibility far better, especially in the east bay. as we move ahead, it's going to start creeping back in as we get into the evening hours, and then everyone more so as we head into the overnight hours, you're going to be waking up to similar conditions with the fog tomorrow morning. as you head back to work. right now, temperatures on the cooler side of things, 55 degrees, currently in san francisco. 60 in oakland, 61 for hayward as well as livermore and san jose, a lot of if 60s on the screen. 56 for ant knock. 56 degrees currently in napa. planning your day today, yep, right now, we have the foggy conditions and chilly and breezy conditions as well. but by noontime, we'll see the warm temperatures, with a lot of
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sunshine, 3:00, you can expect it will be hot inland, we will see low 90, upper 80s, warmer on the bay, pretty cool, though, if you are going to be along the coast. around lunchtime, your highs look like this, 88 degrees for fairfield, 85 concord and 92 expected for livermore. 85 for san jose, 79 hayward, 72 oak land, 63 degrees in san francisco. it's going to be a nice day to ams go catch a -- also go catch a giant's game in san francisco, 1:05, taking on the nationals, expect it to be low 60s, bring layers of course. partly sunny conditions, but breezy as well. so it will be a little chilly at the ballpark today. 7-day around the bay, the sunshine is going to be sticking around for your workweek ahead. here's what it looks like, 90s, upper 80s thursday and friday for inland, basically 70s around the bay, and 60s along the coast. well, back to the news this morning, it's a popular tourist
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attraction offering spectacular views of the bay area. twin peaks, it is offering a dish of behavior. the new traffic rules on twin peaks. >>reporter: as tour buses pour into twin peaks, changes are being made as i speak. new rules to follow and old rules to break. allow me to explain. it's being called the twin peaks pilot promenade. it's a two-year test, which will change almost everything you know about twin peaks. as the signs go up, so will the size. from motorists, most of them regs and tour companiess. but for the pedestrians, and the cyclists, they have an area free from cars, buses or trucks. plus, they get a fantastic view. and there'll be a zero chance of your car being burglarized because there will be no cars. the important thing is to remember t roadway that was once used as a one-way is now a
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two-way and bicyclists are permitted for use of the lanes. the stop sign is not new, so it should not be ignored by anyone, this means cyclists and especially tour bus drivers. the fact is, here at twin peaks, this is the most ignored stop sign despite all of the traffic and pedestrians walking around, some drivers simply refuse to stop. but there's another problem, and it has to do with this sign. tour buses have one way in and one way out. but some choose to take the road less travelled. basically ignoring the no tour bus signs f. you've never been to twin peaks, i highly recommend it, but bring your jacket, it's usually 20 degrees cooler than on the flat lands. the rules for the road have changed, there are roads to keep you on track, but always the person that believes that gps is always right. if this two-year pilot program is a success, it can become a normal way of life. and a safer place for cyclists
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and pedestrians. at twin peaks in san francisco, stanley roberts, kron4 news. and on the bay area baseball now, we are tracking the giants,, looking to bounce back after losing two straight games to the nationals at at&t park with the game tied up, a big 7th inning helped give the giants a victory. take a listen. >> goes to the inner right. he makes the catch. on the edge of the warning track. he scores. 3-1. away. ball 4. coming home to score is -- can their fans welcome back -- >> and this was hunter pence's first game back since june 1st, the giants went on to win 5-3, they close out the series today at 1:05. i don't know what it was.
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>> see. what did i just tell you. >> yeah. look at that now. >> what did i just tell you? don't get him started, you won't keep up. >> butler hitting this deep solo home run to tie things up against the cleveland indians but it wouldn't be enough, the indians went on to score four runs later that inning, the a's lost 6-3, losing the second straight game against tind yans. -- the indians. they close out at 10:10. a new oakland alameda county coliseum logo, the new logo was unveiled on friday. the coliseum is known for hosting nearly 100 events, including sports, games, concerts, and family shows each year. well, pokemon go may have been the most downloaded app, the first week it launch but now it looks like it's popularity has reached its peak. new report says it's paying user base has zung when the app first came out, it had 56% more paying
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users than all gaming apps combined. since mid july, that number is a 32%. users can buy pokemon balls and other items in the game. coming up on the kron4 news weekend, a 7-year-old in remission, takes to the tracks, of the sonoma raceway, to fulfill a life-long dream. we'll meet the little guy, next. and a live look outside right now, with our camera overlooking sfo, hazy conditions, a lot of fog along the coast, but the warmer temperatures are on the way. and for the weekend, it's the kite festival in berkley, learn how to make kites and check out some of the world's largest kites at the berkeley marina from 10:00 to 6:00 tonight and free to attend.
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it was a special day for this 7-year-old boy from sacramento who was able to fulfill his dream of becoming a race car driver. the boy is in remission after battling leukemia. j.r. stone reports from the sonoma race way after the boy got a chance to drive inside a race car. the 7-year-old was out at the sonoma race way. >> i just want to race. >> reporter: guy was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of three. today it was all about being a race car driver, courtesy of the make a wish foundation. you can't see him now but he is in the race car. >> he loved it. never wanted to wear his ear muffs. always taking them off, i want
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to hear it. it was great to get him out here. >> this was a great time for him out here. >> reporter: guy took a drink of the mellow yellow. we asked the little guy how it felt. >> it felt good. fossil experts believe a bone discovered belonged to the carvadasaurus. the texas police officer and little girl celebrate the anniversary of the day he saved her life with a tea party. the two first met just over a year ago. the girl now 3 years old had choked on a coin and the officer got her breathing again. her mother never wants to forget. she hired a professional photographer to capture her
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daughter with her favorite police officer. and her mother says that with all the negativity being brought on police, she hopes this shows them in a different light.
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good morning and welcome to the kron4 this weekend. thanks for joining us this sunday morning. i'm rebecca strom. as we head to the golden gate bridge where we can still see the san francisco marathon on the way. folks have been out there since
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4:30 in the morning. windy conditions. we can see hardly any vehicles coming up to the pay gate so that's going to be an easy right up to san francisco. bundle up this morning if you're heading out any time soon. switching thing out to the span over to the peninsula. the richmond san rafael bridge looking pretty good. we have a minor back up. the span itself is problem free. we're seeing breezy conditions. the warm up is definitely going to be on the way. with lots of sunshine expected and the afternoon as well. we might see some 90s for our warmest. police arrested one man and are now looking for another shooter. here's new video just into the
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kron4 newsroom. police received multiple calls of shots fired. a woman was killed and three other women were injured. three were taken to the hospital. police said the shooter fired into a crowd of people. the shooter is still at large this morning. the shooting happened at a parking garage. people near by disarmed them and held them for police. the assault victim was taken to the hospital. his in -- his injuries are not serious. austin's police chief said the incidents were not related. and happening now over 26,000 people are racing in this year's annual san francisco marathon. the 26-mile race kicked off at5:30 this morning. there's several road closures making it a little difficult for people trying to make it through the city. more on the race and the road
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closures, avery. >> good morning, i'm surrounded by very, very exhausted runners behind me is the finish line where people are finishing up that race. i'm going to step out of the way so you guys can see exactly what's going on here. runners were challenged with the run in the city. along the way they hit all of san francisco's mayor landmarks. we were able to talk to the first woman to complete the race today. her name is jan tyler. >> it's a tough race. i feel you can gain momentum going down the hills and then build it back going up. >> rest, just hang out and i have other friends who ran the race too. eat some food and get some rest. maybe go back to rest because it's pretty early too.
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>> reporter: along the rout, there's lots of road closures, so if you have plans or work, you feed to take extra time to get around the closures. there are express shuttle services to accommodate customers who would normally ride the train. this is just one of the seven closures happening in the upcoming months. bart says they're looking to make adjustments to make the ride quieter. a grandmother was attacked after having her car stolen twice in one week. that woman has now known police arrested two of the suspected thieves. >> reporter: it was right here in this vallejo neighborhood
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that a woman's car was stolen, found and stolen again. the bad guys beat her up in the process but now that woman has her car back and is glad to know that one of her neighbors is locked up. the woman this shadow belongs to felt it safest not to show her face. she's standing on the curb where her car was stolen earlier this week. purse, credit cards and all. a few weeks later she found her credit card a few houses away from her own. >> this gentleman was in my neighborhood. about five houses down the street in my neighborhood. i would see them, they would pass and see me go. >> they got in the passenger's seat and pushed my mom out of the car. >> reporter: she ended up with road rash and a few other injuries. she was able to get surveillance video from a few extra stores of the carjackers spending her money. >> one of the things the officers told me was that he was a registered gun owner and that being said, i didn't feel
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safe with him knowing where i live and my family. so again, now i'm happy that he's arrested and i can feel a bit more relaxed now. >> reporter: her taughter put out a facebook ad. today police confirmed one suspect was arrested in the case and is in contra costa jail. >> just check your surroundings when you're going in and out of your car. >> reporter: that scuffle with the carjackers left the car in pretty bad shape. this video has many questioning the tactics used by bart police officers. we'll tell you what led to this altercation. >> the mayor of stockton is under intense criticism after a
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gun stolen from him was used in a crime. hear what he says happened. >> also, avocado prices have been on the rise. we'll tell you the reason you're paying more per avocado. that's all coming up next. and with this standard of luxury... it's an oasis. introducing the completely redesigned e-class. it's everything you need it to be... and more. see your authorized dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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for your money here are your stories from the week that could impact your bottom line. you may have noticed avocado prices are going up at the grocery store. the reason for the prices are significant lower. the average price has jumped up from 93 93-cents to more than a dollar now. in mexico, avocado suppliers grow a vocado s all yearlong but the drought had an implication on the crop. there were indications a rate change would come this month after several good reports on the u.s. economy but
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that all changed when hiring slowed and after great britain voted to leave the european union. a rate change is still likely to happen before the ends of the year. bart closed a station due to a freak occurrence. westerly -- we'll tell you what happened, that's next. here's the camera approaching the bay camera. as far as the back up goes we have overcast conditions right now. a lot of fog along the coast but it's all set to clear out right before at noontime we're going to have warm temperatures return to the bay area. for the weekend, it's off the grid in san francisco, enjoy 29 different vendors all kinds of food. south of preci dio and it's free to attend.
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may be directed to beth thomas at 415-441-4444. welcome back to the kron4 weekend. we want to take a look at weather and traffic starting at the golden gate bridge where we still have the san francisco marathon under way. a couple of folks running through there. that's good news but a lot of fog along the coast. it's set to burn off right around the 11:00 hour so that's good news. san mateo bridge is looking good as well. it's going to be a smooth ride over toward the peninsula. if shun shine is on the way. over to the richmond san rafael bridge now. where we see minor back up at a couple of the pay spans. it's going to go smooth going once you get on the span.
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weather wise as far as current temperatures definitely bundle up if you're heading out the door. a chilly 61 in oakland right now. san jose coming in at 63 degrees. planning your day here's what you need to know by noontime that's when we're going to see lots of sunshine and warm temperatures kick in. by 3:00 we might have low 90s for system of our warmest inland spots. bay area news, a new video has many questioning the tactics used by bart police officers. this video shows an arrest made at the bart tracks in san francisco. many witnesses say the suspect did nothing wrong. one facebook witness said that two black teenagers were bothering an older white man who called police. the two were trying to get away when an officer put his knee against one of their backs. an officer on scene pulled out a gun but did not shoot. the bart conductor encouraged people to report the incident
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and hundreds of witnesses filmed it. >> like they have it closed off and now i have to go around to the other side. it's just inconvenient. i literally spent all day on my feet. >> in the east bay, a fire on the bart tracks caused delays. officials shut down the station for a couple of hours as crews worked on the tracks. fire officials are calling this a freak accident. who got stuck in the delays and have details on what could have caused this fire. >> a fire broke out on westbound tracks just before 3:00 in the afternoon saturday. no trains were there at the time. contra costa fire crews responded to this scene and put the blaze out in about a minute. >> it's likely it was a power pick up paddle which picked up the car. sometimes those get stuck in an up position if they do that they make contact with that fiberglass covering which has
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the potential of setting it on fire. >> that caused a delay of an hour. >> i got a call about an hour ago to come pick up but they haven't arrived yet. so i'm still here. >> reporter: the station closed for 55 minutes while crews fixed. >> everybody who got off the train is upset. cursing, it's going crazy. >> others were more optimistic about the other all experience and say their commute wasn't too badly affected by the fire. >> even when it was going slow it was still pretty much faster than the freeway. >> in monterey county a wildfire near big sur has burned over 35,000 acres and is only 15% contained this morning. 57 homes have been destroyed because of the fire and another 2,000 more have been threatened. the monday ray county sheriff's office has ordered many people to evacuate the area. some people were able to return to their homes but then when
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they return, they came back to destroyed neighborhoods. >> i just took up one of our old community members, took him to his house and he said i want you to find out from me and i know you need to see it. >> one person died in the fire and more than 5,000 firefighters are battling the week long wildfire. fire crews say they believe the fire will linger until about the end of august. south flowing winds have kept the fire from moving up north into more heavily populated areas. but the south end of the fire has been a real struggle dealing with fire dangers and extremely low humidity. in southern california, firefighters are getting the upper hand on the sand fire burning near santa clarita. the wildfire has burned nearly 39,000 acres and is now 93% contained. nearly 1,700 firefighters are working to control this fire. in california news, the mayor of stockton says he is in shock after one of the two guns
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stolen from him last year was used in a murder. many are angry at the mayor anthony silva because he failed to notify police after the gun was stolen from him. prosecutors say a 13-year-old boy was shot and killed by a gun registered to silva. silva did not report the gun stolen until a month after it was stolen. here's what the mayor had to say. >> i'm still in shock, heartbroken. all i can say is you know my deepest sympathies and condolences to the family. >> the gun was recovered last week after a domestic disturbance. from there, officials revealed silva was the original opener. one lucky person in new hampshire matched six out of the six winning numbers. we also have one winner in
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california, from the bay area. here are the lucky winning numbers, the jackpot was a whopping $478 million. it's the eighth biggest jackpot in u.s. history. the names of all the lucky winners have yet to be released. still ahead on kron4 weekend. a wildfire breaks up in the south bay. we'll update you on the progress crews have made. >> here's a live look outside with our cameras overlooking sfo. you can see lots of gray conditions but we do see a couple of peaks of blue. don't worry, we'll have all the details coming up next. >> for the weekend, it's the arts fair in alameda. it's all happening along park street from 10:00 to 6:00. and it's free to attend.
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welcome back to the kron4 newsweek end. taking a live look outside right now. this is the camera on the golden gate bridge where you can see it's pretty socked in in the morning but the fog will be clearing. we're going to see it around for the next couple of hours. san francisco marathon still under way here we are seeing just a couple of runners pass along the bridge. traffic still light in the area so that's the good news if you are traveling on the 101. speaking of the fog. here's fog tracker four here's what it looks lightning right now -- looks like at the5:00 hour. as we advance forward into noontime it's all going to start mixing out and heading
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more toward the coast. and then as we head back into the 5:00 hour getting into the evening it's going to slowly start to creep back in. especially for the overnight hours. so it's going to be a similar story that you're going to wake up two tomorrow morning as you head to work. we're going to have that coastal fog but it will be warming up through the afternoon. temperatures on the chilly side of things. 67degrees currently in san francisco. 61 for oakland. 62 hayward. 63 for san jose and live -- livermore. we have that coastal fog like i said still sticking around right now. the warm up is going to kick in by noontime. nice temperatures and lots of sunshine expected as we head into the afternoon right around 3:00. it's going to be hot inland. not as hot as what we've seen the last couple of weeks. but we've seen a couple of low 90s on the board. it's going to stay pretty mild and cool along the coast.
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right around lunchtime here are your highs. 88degrees expect for fairfield. 92 for livermor earthquake. -- livermore. expect to bundle up though because temperatures are going to be in the low 60s so wear layers. társ - - it's going to be partly sunny but we're going to have cloudy conditions. we're going to see warm conditions inland it's going to be pretty mild around the bay, cool along the coast. more news, weather and traffic coming up next as the kron4 weekend continues.
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welcome back, traffic pretty light on 101 so that's the good news. switching things over now to the bay bridge. it's been pretty light getting into san francisco it still remains that way so far in the westbound 80 commute. we saw the overcast skies as you make your way into san francisco. this will be your view if you're leaving your home any time soon. san mateo bridge looks good in the 92 in both directions. no problems on the span. but of course we still have that stubborn fog sticking around this morning. into the richmond bridge, that's in the left hand side of the screen but once you get on to the bridge itself it's going to be smooth failing in that
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connection with 101. we still have a 92 for liver more expected. and 60s along the coast. on the peninsula a boy from elk grove died after the car he was in rolled over in redwood city. it happened friday night at around 8:30. the boy was found on the pavement, he was rushed to the hospital but died. the driver suffered minor injuries. everyone was wearing a seat belt. and police say it does not appear that drugs or alcohol played a part in the incident. in the south bay, a fire
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has burned over 120 acres in san jose. you're looking at video that was sent to us from our viewers. the video was reported at around 6:00 yesterday evening. it's burning around sierra road in eastern san jose. take a look at another video sent in by a viewer. calfire reports it's now at 75% containment. there are homes in the area, drivers are being turned away at sierra road where sheriffs have blocked off the passage way. you can see a couple of helicopters flying back and forth dropping retardant on the flames. officers say they have never seen anything like this before. >> this is actually the first time we've had a pretty strong fire up here. there's a strong risk with the fires and all that. we've made barriers, to protect against the fire wall like 50 yards out. calfire reports there are 13 major fires burning across california in addition to this latest sierra fire.
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in national news, at least 16 people are dead after a hot air balloon crashed in texas. christine waldman reports on what people saw after the crash. >> a hot air balloon crashes into the ground killing all 16 people in the balloon. the balloon may have hit wire before it crashed. >> i don't think they realized what was going down. because they heard the crackling sounds. the way it went up i don't think any of them had any idea what was going on. >> the balloon belonged to a company called heart of texas balloon rides. >> i heard a wo sh, like a wooshing sound then a big ball
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of fire. >> officials say it will take several days to collect evidence and interview witnesses. >> you have coordination with a number of resources here, local state and federal getting the documentation it's much like a crime scene. you only get one chance at it. you want to make sure we do everything correctly. >> governor abbot t called this a tragedy and asked all of texas to pray for the victims. now the site of the deadliest hot air balloon crash in u.s. history. in san diego, a police officer who survived a deadly shooting is now alert and awake. police chief shelley zimmerman announced wade irwin is on his way to full recovery. on thursday, irwin and another officer deguzman were shot while answering a call. that's where they found
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deguzman dead and irwin wounded. >> we've seen this many times throughout the country. it's tragic for everyone. two suspects have been arrested in the shooting, irwin has been on the police force for nine years and is from salinas. a man wearing a hospital gown got hit by a amtrak train and later died. the train conductor said he sounded a horn the man did not react. it's unclear if he had been released from a hospital or if he just left. he was believed to be about 47 years old. in decision 2016 of the democratic presidential nominee and her vp hit the campaign trail this week end. the fbi are investigating a computer hack into clinton's campaign following the recent dnc data breach.
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>> hillary clinton and tim kaine debuting as the party's presidential ticket as they continue their bus tour highlighting their economic vision. for many the spotlight has been on clinton's recent data breach. that the fbi is now reporting. its internal systems were not compromised, what was however a data program used by if campaign that was maintained by the dnc. a clinton aide said the system was used to gain voter information that did not contain social security numbers. wikileaks says the documents were public information. >> it's coming from me, there has been multiple hacks of the dnv over the last few years. >> private investigators made the discovery while investigating the dnc hack.
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hassan says there's more to come. >> we have more material related to the hillary clinton campaign. and yeah, it'll be extremely interesting. we'll see what will forth come. >> i'm diane gallagher reporting. >> milk was in the navy for four years before becoming a san francisco supervisor. his time was cut short when he was assassinated in 1978. milk has schools, streets and parks named after him. coming up on kron4 newsweek end. a mother is facing criminal charges after she says she accidentally put vodka in her baby's formula. that story is coming next on kron. and taking a peak outside. this is our camera in the
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embarcadero overlooking the bay. we have all the details coming up. >> on the weekend, it's the stern grove celebration. it's all happening at the stern grove starting at 2:00 this afternoon and it's free to attend.
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in national news a woman from oklahoma is facing child neglect charges after she says she accidentally gave her baby formula mixed with vodka. the woman told police she went out drinking friday night and filled a water bottle with vodka. she says when she returned home a friend put the water bottle next to the baby's items and she grabbed it to make formula for the baby. the mother says that she
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realized it when she was burping the baby and she smell alcohol. a friend says that this was all an accident. >> the woman was later arrested and is facing charges. police have not addressed the baby's condition this morning. coming up, changes have been made at twin peaks. to the cheers of some people and the sighs of others. i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly. >> and taking a live look outside right now. this is our camera at the embarcadero. chilly temperatures especially in san francisco right now. but the warm up is on the way. and for the weekend, it's the pokemon go toy drive. win fun prizes. it's all happening at end game from 12:30 to 3:30 later this afternoon and it's free to attend.
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through mercedes-benz financial services. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. welcome back to the kron4 newsweek end. we're taking a live look outside with our live camera overlooking us. again a lot of this coastal fog and clouds will be fully cleared up. right before noontime. temperatures though still on the cool side. we've got mostly 60s around the bay area right now. san francisco 61 as well as oakland. a couple of 63s for san jose, livermore and concord. santa rosa coming in at 60 degrees right now. the warm temperatures are going to kick in with lots of sunshine. 3:00 this afternoon. it's going to be relatively hot for some of the warmest locations. it's going to be nice and warm around the bay. mostly 70s and 80s. along the coast it's going to
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be nice and cool. we're going to see lots of 60s. for lunchtime this is what it looks for your highs. 92 expected for livermore. san jose 85, 80 in mountain view. arounded the bay you can see 70s. 72 in oakland. 79 in hayward. 63 expected for san francisco. if you're going to be coming out to san francisco this is what you need to know as far as dressing. dress in layers today for the game. it's going to first pitch is going to be at 1:05. they're going to be taking on the nationals. it's going to be partly sunny. low 60s expected and breezy conditions. so that's definitely going to be sunny out there at at at&t park today. next weekend 90s expected. low 90s this time around. upper 80s for some of our warmest inland spots as we wrap up the week. mostly 70s around the bay.
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we're looking at nice coastal temperatures though. we have upper 60s, mid-60s during the week. it's going to taper off just a bit. expect mostly sunny conditions for your workweek ahead. >> and back to the news this morning, it's a popular tourist attraction offering spectacular views of the bay area we're talking about twin peaks. but it's also offering a dish of bad behavior. kron4 stanley roberts shows us the new traffic rules on twin peaks. >> as tour buses roll into twin peaks changes are being made as i speak. there'll be new rules to follow and old rules to break. allow me to explain. it's being called the twin peaks pilot prominade. as the signs go up so will the sighs from motorists. mostly the regulars and some
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tour companies. but for the pedestrians and the cyclists they have an area free from cars, buses or cars. plus this they get a fantastic view and there'll be zero chance of your car to be burglarized because there will be no cars. but the important thing to remember. first off the roadway that was once used as a one way is now a two way. and bicyclists are still permitted for use of the lanes. also the stop sign at twin peaks and christmas tree point is not new. so it should not be ignored by anyone. this means cyclists and especially tour bus drivers. the fact is, here at twin peaks, this is the most ignored stop sign despite all the traffic and pedestrians walking around, some drivers have to refuse to stop. but there's another problem and has to do with this sign. tour buses have one way in and one way out. but some choose to take the road less traveled. basically ignoring the no tour bus signs. if you've every been to twin
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peaks i highly recommend it but bring your jacket. it's usually 20 degrees cooler than in the flat lands. the rules for the road have changed. there are cameras to keep you on track but there's always that person that believes that gps is also right. if this two year pilot program is a success it could become a normal way of life. at twin peaks in san francisco, stanley roberts, kron4 news. on the bay area baseball, the giants looking to bounce back after losing two straight games to the nationals at at&t park. a big 7 inning helped give the giants a victory. take a listen. and lifts it in the air to right. harper back. he makes the catch on the edge of the warning track.
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posey scores. 3-1, mission away. this was hunter pence first game back. they close out the series against the nationals today at 1:05. i don't know what it was. >> see what did i just tell you. what did i just tell you. >> look at jimenez now. >> what did i just tell you. don't wake him up. don't wake him up. >> butler hitting this deep solo home run to tie things up against the cleveland indians but it wouldn't be enough. the indians went on to score four runs later that inning. the as lost 6-3. take a look at this. the the new oakland alameda county coliseum logo. the new logo was unveiled on friday. the coliseum was known for
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hosting 90 eventers including sports games, concerts and family shows each year. pokemon go may have been the most downloaded app the first day it launched. but now it seems its popularity has reached its peak. when the app came out it had 50% most users. since mid-july that number of is now at 32%. users can buy pokemon balls and other items in the game. a man from the orlando florida believes his sweet tooth got him into trouble with police. he was arrested last december after police found what looked like cars in his car. they thought they spotted meth near the floorboard. when the lab tested the powder substance they found it was icing from a crispie creme donut. the man says he's now considering legal action for what he believes was a wrongful
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arrest. coming up on kron news. a 7-year-old in remission takes to the track to fulfill a lifelong dream. we're going to meet the little guy, that's next. taking a live look outside right now. this is the camera for sfo, where we're seeing blue skies peaking through those clouds. we're seeing cool temperatures but the warm up is on the way. i'll have all the details coming up next. for the weekend it's the kite festival in berkeley, learn how to make kites and check out some of the world's largest kites. it's happening at the berkeley and marina from 10:00 to 6:00 and it's free to attend.
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>> his name is. >> guy. >> guy was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 3. he's currently in remission after finishing his treatments last december more than three years later, on this day though it was all about being a real race car driver. courtesy of the make a wish foundation. you can't see him inside but guy is actually in this drag car. he's been coming to this park with his family for years. >> he just loves it. never wanting to wear his ear muffs. pulling them off saying i want to hear it. it's just great to be out here. >> upon winning the race, guy took a swig of mellow yellow soda and was given a special trophy. we asked the little guy breezy how it felt and he got straight
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to the point. >> it felt good. a texas police officer and little girl celebrate the answer verse -- the an anniversary of the day he saved her life. her mother never wants to forget. she hired a professional photographer to capture her daughter with her favorite police officer. the mother says with all the negativity directed at police she hopes these pictures show them in a better light. well checking out the seven day around the bay, forecast right now. you can see it's going to be lots of sunshine for the week ahead. we're going to have 90s upper 80s for the end of the week. mostly 70s around the bay. upper 60s to mid-60s also along the coast. so get ready for lots of sunny skies headed your way as you head back to work. we'll that's the kron4 sunday
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. (music open) . (applause) joel osteen intro: 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. i heard about this lady that died. she was at the pearly gates and saint peter said, "you can't come in yet. you have to correctly spell a word." she said, "what word?" he said, "any word." so she spelled the word "love", l-o-v-e. he said, "welcome to heaven." then peter asked her if she would take his place for just a moment. he instructed her if anybody came up just to

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