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>>live, from the bay area's news station, this is kron4 news amorning news. >>marty: good morning and happy mother's day. thank you for joining us. >>henry: we are at the
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moment mom free. our resident is off today happy mother's day. >>marty: coming at this hour were going to get a look and video from inside the osama bin laden compound in pakistan. we have home videos from the leader. we will also learn how the mothers of injured try and is spending mother's day. >>henry: my mom would be really proud of the interview were doing. were going to talk about an organization that helps refugees all over the world. terrible troubles and war that created so many refugees. for to talk to an organization that helped my parents way back when. >>marty: what a terrific story, i look forward to that it. of live look outside were expecting a mix of weather today. some clouds, blue skies and here to sort of all-out is brian.
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>>reporter: were taking a live look inside at the golden gate bridge same situation as our roof cam, partly sunny conditions. we had a cool and cloudy start to the morning, those breezes will pick up this afternoon but it will make for partial clearing and sunny conditions. how it will start to warm up by mid-week. temperatures into the '50s except for fairfield hanging on to the '40's. 51 santa rosa, 50 through san francisco and 53 in san jose. wind speeds high through fairfield and oakland sitting at 20 mi. per hour. 14 at sfo and 16 at livermore. michael breezy day today afternoon highs getting to 66 in santa rosa, 59 san francisco, upper 60s along the delta and low 60s along the bay today. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, partly cloudy conditions for mother's day
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and a string of sunshine next week. >>marty: we are getting an inside look at the al-qaeda leader osama bin laden and his pakistan compound. u.s. officials releasing five videos that give this a peak of his life there. officials are sent his three wives and eight children still being held for questioning still no country has sought for their extradition. we take a closer look. >>j.r. stone: this is newly released a video of osama bin laden, five new videos of the former al-qaeda leader. if the department of defense released clip saturday morning. officials say this video shows a pop osama watching himself on television. a much different picture than we previously seen. you could see he is wrapped in a blanket holding remote-control rocking as he watches television. with a
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beard that appears to be great in them cut. that did you is total opposite of this one, osamas sitting in a chair well lit giving a message to the united states. it's believe this is recorded in october or november of last year. it appears much was and balding getting to this point. this other video shows osama looking off-camera, there is a miscue and looks as though a light may have gone out. this other video shows a wrinkled sheet behind the leader. in this one it shows and are more behind osama one u.s. official said was found in his compound. although he was fighting, he was still very active when it came to decision making for strategic moves for al- qaeda. the videos you saw came from computers, hard drives all sorts of storage devices that were found inside his compound. u.s. officials say they are still sorting through that stuff as i >> . reporting in the
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newsroom, kron 4 news. >>marty: 10 in an extraordinary week since the announcement has been made, vicki has a timeline of the operation that the white house go ahead about 10 days ago. >>vicki: on friday president barack obama. authorizes an operation to get the head of al-qaeda, that happened sunday in the pakistan town about 60 mi. from the capital of islam. the mission carried it out by an elite group of navy seals and helicopters. a small team of americans carried out the operation. in law and not resist the assault and is killed in the firefight. shot in the head. that breaking news from last sunday night. the president takes to the airwaves and speaks to the american people. behind the scenes this with his video shows more candid moments. president barack obama sits down with 60 minutes and there will be no release of graphic photos showing his
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death. on thursday the president and vice-president attend a ceremony at ground zero the site of the 911 attacks. on friday al-qaeda confirms osamas death in an internet message and vows not to abandon armed struggle. if on saturday the u.s. government releases these videos found during the raid to join the most wanted man in the world sitting in a bare room and watching himself on a small tv set. >>marty: turning now to local news and san jose the department of homeland security and transportation and security are holding an anti-terrorism drop. the exercise was planned well before the death of osama. federal agents will be on hand of the operation scheduled from 3:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. at the cal train station in san jose. this morning to men are dead at how young man hospitalized after an early
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morning shooting in san jose. happened around 5:00 a.m. saturday morning. police are saying the two men pronounced dead at the scene, a 17 year-old shot and his condition is unknown. please have no suspects or motive behind the shooting. police and fairfield are investigating what they believe to be a murder-suicide. it took place at this home just before noon saturday. officers responding to a call inside the house that shots had been fired. they found two people dead, one critically injured and the other with the non-life threatening injury. police believe a domestic disturbance earlier caused the incident. a fairfield resident of the home died at the hospital. as the person a suspect in the shooting. >> that person we believe was the suspect in the event. that person was later pronounced deceased of the trauma center, we believe to
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be self-inflicted gunshot wounds. police say this was not the first disturbance at the home third in several domestic dispute since the middle of last year. the latest was 24 hours before the shooting. investigators still trying to sort it all out. they believe all involved will have been accounted for. still ahead, welcome news for drivers who and agitated by high gas prices. the could be 505 a gallon cheaper. we'll explain when that is expected. before that, a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. a mother's day march scheduled for peace at both ends of the bridge. that starts and in today. i am a sneeze whisperer.
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>>marty: analysts say gas prices should start going down. the prices could decrease at as much as 505 a gallon by the summer but it warned the drop will happen quickly. oil prices have
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tumbled 15%. that was driven by investors were worried about lower demand in the west. also a stronger dollar. a 50% and gas prices would save drivers about $189 million a day. let's take a look at current gas prices around the bay. san francisco $4.32 a gallon, oakland $4.27 a gallon same thing in the south bay and san jose. national news, heavy flooding along the mississippi river continues to concern residents from the financmemphis. residents any awaiting for the river to rise and reach its peak. that's expected this week. it's supposed to crest at 48 ft. by tuesday and that's inches short of a record set seven years ago. some residents have already left for higher ground. some
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relief in communities farther up the river as the water levels finally begin to recede. video out of northern georgia, crews cleaning up the rubble of a high school from last week's stores. the main campus and football field heavily damaged by a tornado. school officials remain optimistic. students will not able to return to class for the rest of the school year. the wealthiest this semester at at the nearby schools. we're going to bring you back to the bay area, beautiful starts to they a nice picture of the bay bridge with blue skies and clouds. before we get to the forecast let's check in with henry. >>henry: to be a downer mother's day kidskin pandemic, cullet which will depression there's a lot of it going around and it has to do with our environment today there ways that to be dealt with. we're going to talk with that coming up on kron 4 news weekend. [ male announcer ] hi lauren and greg, what's up?
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>>marty: were back on kron 4 news weekend, have been mother's day. it was a windy saturday. take a look good gust brought down this massive retreat in san francisco. part of the tree landed on the car and another part on power lines. despite the strong winds it was not over a nice day around the bay. to find out how the mother's day forecast looks less turnover. >>reporter: where going to stay similar conditions today than we did yesterday. in the south bay st. partly sunny and cloudy conditions. we did have a classical start to the morning. in the afternoon breezes will pick up again. that will make for the clouds to mix a little bit so we will see partial clearing this afternoon. it will clear tomorrow and warm up slightly by mid-week. temperatures are in the '50s right now. 52 santa rosa,
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fairfield, low 50s along the coast and 54 in mountain view. the satellite and radar showing we saw some moisture pass through the bay area last night, nothing heavy or measurable. now that's clear were still seeing cloud cover and the winds will pick up this afternoon. wind gusted to 24 m.p.h. and cinephile, a 22 san francisco, 23 oakland. by 5:00 p.m., 26 fairfield, 33 in san rafael. we will continue to see those cast into the overnight at worst. still sang in the '20s and over santa rosa. we will have a cool, breezy afternoon and mild temperatures this afternoon. 66 santa rosa, 59 degrees in san francisco, 67 fairfield. 59 los gatos, 64 for morgan hill. here is a look at your
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7 day around the bay, partly cloudy today and a string of sunshine into next week. >>henry: thank-you, i mentioned that depression or a least a mood disorders are pandemic. it may have something to do with the way we live today. or our ancestors walking round depressed? maybe they were. our next guest jeff reak is a clinical psychologist and he is the life management director at canyon ranch health resort located in new england. thank you for coming in. the book is called the mind body moved solution. it a drug-free program for lasting impression. mind and body. let's break it down. a lot of useful pieces of information. star of body. >> food, exercise, sleep, light and brass. when people
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are depressed oftentimes the low and energy and the need to work with your body in order to enhance their energy and get it flow wind. what is the most powerful ways to do that is the physical exercise. we were designed by nature to move. when we do particular with our world exercise, get our heart of things faster and did the blood flowing an increase in neurotransmitters that are healthy. we feel better. >>marty: when i'm feeling down i do want to exercise. >> that's the challenging part. it could help exercise with a friend. >>henry: you mention food, sleep in light. >> food is vitally important. many people's mood is affected by the food. unfortunately the standard american diet the initials are s a.d. cannot help us to feel better. a diet that is a high and refined sugar, white flour
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and additives is a move down there. we need to do is eat whole foods, vegetables, fruits, whole grains, proteins and help the facts. we need to stay away from trans fat and eat more olive oil and get plenty of people make a three fatty acids which of our brain function better. >>henry: far we talked about two things that of changed in modern society, what about sleep? >> unfortunately we are sleeping less and less. wheat help people sleep about an hour less than 50 years ago. the real reason is electricity. have we have light, computers >>henry: darn that electricity. >> to a number of our mood. it is vitally important to a range of life, to get to sleep on time, get up at the same time and really pay attention to sleep. it is vital for our mood.
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>>henry: we have a whole minute for you to talk about the mind. it should be no problem. let me just talk about, you talk about judgment alyssum been the key to all of this. that sounds vague to me. >> the way that we say. if we are judgmental and critical of ourselves another that's a real downer for mood. an important thing to do is to make peace with that and our critic. we all have one. if we can learn to identify when the critic is being hard on this and be more compassionate with ourselves, or going to feel better. >>henry: forgiving ourselves and others as their programming to follow? >> there are practices you could do to be more forgiving. one would be, if someone has charmed you, first take a moment to feel the feeling, feel the hurt to ask yourself why did that person do that? effective put myself and issues have
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and i understand it. then the decision to want to forgive? if i do it is for me, it may help him but ultimately it will call me to feel better. >>henry: the mine body solutions the drug free solution to the depression. jeffrey is the director of life management, and thank you very much. >>marty: all the device, and thank you henry. it still ahead of big boxing match in las vegas. we will have the highlights for you when we come back. >>reporter: still miss the 100th running of the zazzle bay to breakers. for >>gary: the 100th you are being brought back by popular demand. >>reporter: and you've been here for all of them. >>gary: it will be fought
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this is the bay area's no. 1 party. >>reporter: sunday may 15th and we will start here on kron 4 and atm. join us. i'm a curious seeker. i am a chemistry aficionado. diphenhydramine. magnesium hydroxide. atheletes foot. yes. i'm a people pleaser. if elected, i promise flu shots for all. i am a walking medical dictionary. congratulations virginia. inflamed uvula. i'm virginia. i'm a target pharmacist and i'm here to answer your questions.
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>>marty: skorts, the highly anticipated match between mostly, they were fighting for the world championship last night. a very good fight and surprisingly it lasted all 12 rounds. in the end and he keeps his belt. there was a unanimous decision, mostly and you could see on the defensive most of the night. manny with this 53rd win of his rare. how animal kingdom is the winner of horseracing biggest event. the three- year-old sped past the leader at the turn at churchill downs and then
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roared down the stretch to clinch the victory. the jockey one after animal kingdoms of original writer broke his nose earlier this week. this was the 137th running of the kentucky derby. still ahead, on mother's day ever going to take a look at how much mom is really worth. all live look outside this time from the south bay, overcast skies in san jose. it will be right back. promise me low prices.
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>>live, from the bay area's news station, this is kron4 news akron 4 morning news. >>marty: welcome back of the happy mother's day, let's take a live look outside walnut creek on the left and heavenly on the right. you can see we have overcast skies in both areas go were expecting a good day today. >>reporter: it morning, of live look outside at san
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francisco and were seeing partly sunny skies, partly cloudy. a similar to yesterday. san francisco 51, hitting an afternoon high of 59 coming back down to 54 by 8:00 p.m. everywhere in the bay area sitting in the low 50s. or feeling those plans out there about 17 mi. per hour winds in fairfield and novato. this will mix up some of that cloud cover so by 10:00 a.m. we will see partial clearing and similar conditions by 3:00 p.m. by 5:00 p.m. we will come mostly clear conditions with cloud cover in the south bay. the afternoon will be pretty breezy and cool. 66 santa rosa, 68 novato not making it out of the '50s. low '60s hugging the immediate day, 63 antioch, 64 in san jose. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, partly cloudy conditions and a string of sunshine next week. cooling
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by next weekend. >>marty: thank you, u.s. officials have released a handful of video showing the al-qaeda leader osama bin laden. out takes of the tapes show that were heavily scripted. the video showed that osamas hair was dyed and is here trend and died as well for the cameras. there's one video showing osama appearing hunched over and tired sitting on the floor of watching himself on television. these videos were among evidence seized by the navy seals after the raid last week period that ended in else on his death. computer drives, and written notes to reveal the compound that was also command-and-control center for al-qaeda. kron 4 will continue to follow the u.s. and pakistan response to osama bin laden death. stay with us on kron 4 and www.kron4.com for the latest. the mother of dry
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and the giants fan who was brutally beaten at a giants game in march said she's spending this mother's day by her son's bedside. he still remains in critical condition in a late this morning. the good news is that he does not need surgery to put in a shot at this time. they continue to lower his medication and a little bit at a time, aside from that he is still in a coma and usc medical center. with families said there struggling to hold on to hope. >> i was looking at his eyes to see if there is movement. any dreaming. there is nothing there. this on the we knew, the brother, the dad who he is basically gone. when brian comes out of this were going to have to create new memories for him. he is in a bed with all these leaks coming in to feed him and into the
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stomach, a tracheotomy and it really shocked me the other day because it was the first time i've actually seen this side of his head without his gulf. >>marty: the family doesn't know when the return home to northern california but they say they will not leave l.a. without try and. the big in the public to come forward with information about the suspects who attacked him. several giants fans returned at&t park last night for the first time since the major league pitching coach threaten them with a baseball bat. that happened a few weeks ago when the atlanta braves were in san francisco to play against the giants. major league baseball has suspended the pitching coach roger mcdowell, they ordered him to pay a fine. kron 4 explains what happened. >>reporter: major league baseball is hoping to win back loyalty of of the fresno family and many others after an embarrassing incident the league invited
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justin his wife and twin daughters to attend saturday's giants game at at&t park. it was at the same ball park a few weeks ago of visiting team is led the braves pitching coach roger mcdowell apparently shot today's lawyers at fans and threatened twin with a baseball bat. happened during a baseball practice on april 23rd after fans had something to coach a golf tee it currently costs three giants fans are you will homo couple or three some? then he assimilated day sex with a baseball bat. justin and his twin daughters of the exchange. quinn said he told the coach that children were present. he claims that's when mcdowell approached him with a bat and ask him how much are your teeth worth? it was the twin girls first time attending a baseball game. >> i felt reagan scared at first and then i felt ok. >>reporter: major-league investigated the incident after clinton and his
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attorney contacted the leak. if major league baseball has suspended roger mcdowell for two weeks without pay. he is also required to complete sensitivity training. >> i'm happy to see major league baseball take the issue. >>reporter: clip holes mcdowell will learn from the mistake because his daughters have learned a valuable lesson. >> we'll try to teach the kids that forgiveness is a trait that we aspired to have because nobody is perfect. >>reporter: in san francisco, kron 4 news. >>marty: a sacrifice fly worked in favor of the giants last night. it might drove in the rule winning run as the giants beat colorado by a score of 3-2. there is a fly ball. another close one is they had a walk off victory on friday. it will try to complete a sweep of the division rivals this afternoon. on the road the a's came up short of the kansas city royals despite the three run home run. when
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oakland lost on the sacrifice fly and the bases loaded for the royals in the bottom of the ninth. the defeat dropped the a's to the 500th record two games of first-place. still ahead, or going to take a look at world news, including clashes between to religious groups in egypt. it results in a large church going up in flames. before that, live look outside the approach to the bay bridge. it a bit overcast. will be right back. [ coach ] in albuquerque, citi pre-approved my mortgage.
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>>henry: clashes are rise between christians and muslims in egypt. this is video of the violence. " church was set on fire by protesters. add the six people killed, more than 100 injured. muslims are upset about a report of a woman
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who's been held against her will because she converted to islam. in afghanistan, security forces are trying to turn back an assault by television militants. the most recent fighting in kandahar. it is secure for now but at heavy cost to government soldiers to were killed, 40 wounded. a 23 fighters have died in this battle. in a rocker, officials are facing renewed criticism about their ability to secure the country. prisoners who nearly took over what's considered the most tightly run detention facility in baghdad. that revolt left 17 people dead, including six police officers. this is seen as a setback in a rock ongoing efforts to prove to the world they're prepared for the transfer security responsibilities. still ahead, to check in with henry. >>henry: match and you're driving home and suddenly a soldier gets into your car and says we have your house,
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were taking your car here stock you're on your own. all the sudden you're refugees, surviving on your wits. that happens thousands of times every day around the world. what are we going to do to help? we will talk about that coming up on kron 4 newmorning news.
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>>marty: here with the mother's day forecast. >>reporter: a beautiful shot from the mount tam cam. sunshine, clouds glowing in the wind, we did have a " cloudy starts to the morning. the breezes will pick up this afternoon. that will make up for partly clearing and will slightly warm up by mid of work week. temperatures in the '50s, 52 santa rosa, fairfield 54-
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day in hayward. mountain view feeling the wind speeds rate now at 17 m.p.h. winds. 16 for now, oakland and sfo. those are just the stain to the means the gusts will be higher. and when gusting up to 24 mi. per hour in san rafael, 5:00 in to 33 m.p.h. in san rafael, 23 santa rosa and that will last into the middle of the night staying in the '20s for santa rosa in san rafael. it will be a breezy cool afternoon only getting up to 66 santa rosa, 61 richmond, 59 san francisco. low '60s down in the east bay, the peninsula only getting 59 degrees today for los gatos and 60 for morgan hill. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, partly cloudy conditions on mother's day today and sunny conditions
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and your next workweek and then a cool down into the next weekend. >>henry: right after world war to the young couple faced persecution, escaped from poland into germany and there they were helped by an organization. they received shelter from the umm... and also received help and eventually the young child received help as well. that was my parents and me. they are still performing a major mission of helping refugees all over the world to survive the horrible conditions. there is a fund- raiser it taking place on behalf of the icrc. i found out more about them. joining us is david he is with the irs see how come he is a writer and photographer in
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covered wars all over the world. his photographs will be shown. what is the problem with refugees? what can be done? >> with the icrc is we do slogans from hard to home. we help our refugees on location but when they come to the united states in refugee you don't know how to acclimate yourself. we will literally pick you up from the airport and help provide financial support, at educational support, career support. when you come here not left on your own. >>henry: it helps people who are not placed as well. you have witnessed the creation of refugees in the course of your coverage in afghanistan and iraq. i still your thunder talking about having your car taken away but how does this happen? >> unfortunately it's very
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commentary over the past decade we have seen huge populations who displaced, people in a rock and afghanistan and refugees as well. >>henry: because the creation of a refugee? >> it's based on fear of conflict. people for living in a specific region, they are displaced by conflicts. battles between international soldiers and armed opposition groups. they moved into suburban areas where people are living and eventually families are forced from their homes. >>henry: can either sit there and wait and scarf and have low home or what? >> that's the challenge that many families base. are we going to see how long this last, it is a good deal week
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or month or should we pack up and grabbed a few things we have and leave the region and we go? that becomes more complicated once you cross the border into another country because now we've lost a lot of the rights you have in your own country. >>henry: this is incredibly widespread idles the most people realize just how common the problem with refugees is. can you help us address >> we sent over 35,000 refugees here from places like afghanistan and iraq. as a volunteer i of worked with refugees for a couple of years. it's a problem that's out of sight and out of mind. the reason why i joined as a volunteer, the reason why we have guys like james auctioning their work of this event is to promote awareness of " the screw problem. i think the images
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will demonstrate that there's a lot of stuff going on in the world that we don't know about. >>henry: let me tell people how you can get involved, a fund raiser taking place on may 19th at 6 to 9:00 p.m. at a museum in san francisco " tget more details by going to www.rescue.org/. thank you guys on behalf of many refugees like myself. all we're going to take a break, when we come back one of the most controversial ladies. the so called this expert susie. coming up of kron 4 news. ♪
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>>marty: families all over the country will be giving gifts are going have to mom's favorite restaurant. gino just how much your
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mother is actually work. allison takes a look. >>reporter: mothers day is americans will be treating mom right this year. according to ebay online spending is up 50% this year, they're predicting mother's day spending will also climb. mothers day is the most popular day for americans to eat out. the the, association predicts that 75 million adults will go for a meal on may 8th. not surprisingly the majority of mom's polled say they enjoy getting out of the kitchen. while mother's day is celebrated nationwide people of certain states open their wallets wider than in others. the big spenders in 2010 oregon, north dakota and maryland. while alabama and missouri and arkansas showed out the least on mom's big day. are families showing enough love to mom? mothers are the one we turn knee's or picking up the him and really add up and with rate an annual
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salary of more than $61,000 a year. for example a year's worth of cooking would cost the household, $7,000. child care can cost more than $20,000 and even planning activities is worth about $9,000. make sure you show mom the love this weekend. in new york, kron 4 news. >>marty: and even with that i think will need to raise. it the spca is having a to we'll we'll lose up. in reducing the adoption fee by half for those who like to adopt a chihuahua. organizers say there's an overabundance of of these stocks. have fleecy, these dogs are cute, their small and their popularity. q: what popular is. could and they want to buy these dogs
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and unfortunately they and shelters. the sba copies have been spayed or neutered and today the adoption takes place at the dublin shelter. you could still adopt one at the oakland shelter as well. one week away from the 100th running of the zazzle bay to breakers. we have a cover for you. jacqueline has a look of which can expect. >>reporter: i'm going to be the finish line this year, it will be the first time it will go into the race. it's the 100th year, a very special and i will be there to greet the elite runners as the cross the finish line. all of you folks, coming through taking in the sides. i will see you there sunday. kron 4 >>marty: has exclusive coverage of the running of the zazzle bay to breakers. we will have coverage all along the race. we will bring you complete coverage of the race. it's sunday morning a week from today may 15 that 8:00 a.m. here
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on kron 4. then we will have an hour long replay of the race at 7:00 p.m. that same night. it will be right back.
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>>live, from the bay area's news station, this is kron4 news amorning news. >>marty: to morning bank you for joining us happy mother's day to all your moms out there. >>henry: isabel is off today doing good work. during the latino and cancer association doing a mother's day walk. this at were were going to offer you more video of the osama bin laden compound. personal look at the al-qaeda leader. which you could do was an extra $600 a month? >>marty: one of our gas has a tip this morning on how you could save that amount
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of money each and every month. we will have that as well. >>henry: one of the pioneers in sex positive philosophy, susie will be here she was there at the creation of the new attitude of sexuality. also on a very different note or going to take a look at the document that in many ways was behind our own constitution. a copy of it right here in san francisco. >>marty: i look forward to that. a live look to outside on this mother's day we have overcast skies, breezy conditions as well. >>reporter: good morning were taking a live look outside at the toll plaza. a partly cloudy conditions, oakland is sitting at 54 degrees, 65 noon. hackling back down about 55 degrees
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by 8:00 p.m.. also in a vague area we are sitting in the '50s and seen the wind speeds pick up outside. 16 for now, oakland did sfo the winds will mix up some cloud cover for. 10 am partly sunny, 3:00 p.m. it will mixup, by 5:00 p.m. mostly clear and cloud cover in the south bay. the afternoon mild, breezy 66 santa rosa, 61 san rafael, 59 san francisco, low 60s fog in the immediate bay. 59 degrees at 4 los gatos. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, we have sunny days ahead heading into next workweek. >>marty: the headlines this hour, u.s. officials have released a handful of video
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showing slain al-qaeda leader osama bin laden. outtakes of his videos show that those were heavily scripted. in this video, his hair is dyed and trend for the camera. it's important to know no sound accompanies the videos. u.s. officials tried to keep his word from being used as militant propaganda. the videos were among the evidence that were seized by navy seals after raid last week that ended with his death. this is what a security analyst said could describes what shown in the video. >> there's choirs from the wall, it's dirty, he's for real god knows how old the television set is. there's a blanket covering the window. he looks like he really is a man on the run. to make the point that it he is of a leader of an organization was an image of being power
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and inspirational and benevolent but that's not what you're seeing. in one of the other videos, the reason the government takes this is because of the are more behind it. government officials say that was in the compound here. >>marty: computer disks hard drives also revealed that osamas compound was really a command-and-control center for al-qaeda. we will continue to follow the u.s. and pakistan in response to osamas death. stay with us on kron 4 and www.kron4.com. in the area news, two people dead a young man hospitalized after an early morning shooting in san jose. it happened around 5:00 a.m. saturday morning at a whole ohome. to mend pronounced dead at the scene, a 17 year-old also shot and his condition
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unknown. police have no suspects or motive. police and fairfield are investigating what they believe to be a murder- suicide. it took place at this home before noon saturday officials responded to a call that shots had been fired. if found to people def. one injured and one with the non-life threatening injury. they believed the domestic disturbance earlier caused the incident. a 37 year-old resident of a home died at the hospital. that person is the the suspect in the shooting. >> we believe that person was the suspect in the event. that person was later pronounced deceased at the trauma center for what we believe to be self-inflicted gunshot wounds. please >>marty: are saying this is not the first disturbance at that house, there have been several. the latest was 24 hours before the shooting. investigators sorting it out
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this morning. they believe those involved have been accounted for. still ahead, taking a look at national news including residence in tennessee keeping a close eye out water levels alone the mississippi river. before that, are mother's day forecast ahead as we take a live look outside at walnut creek. we will be right back with more news, weather and traffic in a few moments.
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lots of us are sick or hurt we have four times as many emotional problems as other kids i'll have to move over and over again. i'm twice as likely to drop out of high school. there's a 50-50 chance i'll end up homeless.
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not everyone can be a foster parent but anyone can help a foster child. >>marty: we have good news for drivers in the list say gas prices should start going down. the prices could decrease as much as 505 a gallon by the summer. the drop will not happen quickly. oil prices have been tumbling by 15% driven by investors were worried about rising oil supplies and lower demand. also stronger dollar. a 50% drop will save drivers about $189 million a day. reticulated gas prices of around the bay, for san francisco
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$4.32, $4.27 in oakland in san jose. national news, heavy flooding along the mississippi river, you're taking a look at video from saturday north of memphis. residents are waiting for the rising of the river to reach its peak later this week. it expected to crest at 48 ft. by tuesday. that is in short of our records set over 7070 years ago. take a look at this at of northern georgia. crews still cleaning up all the rubble from a high school from last week's storms. the main campus and a football field were heavily damaged by a tornado. school officials are optimistic about the eventual recovery.
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students will not return to class for the rest of the school year, they will finish this semester at other schools nearby. still ahead, how far would you go to save money at the grocery store? big money. how about a dumpster dive for those coupons. we have a woman and mom who does that. she said it is all worth it. before that, a live look inside it's san francisco. partially obscured by the clouds. will be right back.
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>>marty: a windy day saturday so much that winds brought down a huge tree in san francisco. part of the trees planted on the car and power lines. despite the strong wind to was a nice day. let's find out what the mother's day forecast looks like. >>reporter: a beautiful shot
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partly cloudy, blue skies in fact we have a cool cloudy start to the day. in the afternoon, breezes again. it will make up the cloud cover making for partially clearing. and will clear up and warm up as we head into the mid workweek. temperatures outside sitting in the '50s. 57 now, 55 have been day, 56 mountain view, 51 in fremont. 70 m.p.h. winds in fairfield, 13 santa rosa, 13 at sfo. those are sustained winds of the gusts will get higher. future cast for a set for noon, 24 m.p.h. in san rafael, 22 in san francisco and by 5:00 today to get into a 33 m.p.h. in san roof tile. we
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will see those costs into the overnight at worst especially since sasanta rosa ad san francisco and sanford weill. 59 san francisco, 67 fairfield and 66 concord. low '60s hugging the immediate bay. a cool day along the coast in 64 crews for morgan hill. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, partly cloudy conditions on mother's day and a string of sunny days next to come on your work week. >>marty: he may have heard about them or seen them in the store shoppers with the stock of coupons in hand it is spending a tremendous amount of time clip in and printing coupons and they end up saving the unbelievable amounts of money. they say it's worth it. joining me this morning is an extreme couponer and she is a brand new book called kick another check
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out lelane honelane honey. if it featured in the popular tlc show extreme cold bonding.coupo >> this is how saving money, the exciting thing about the industry is that it's going digital. in addition to these coupons, there are so many more available on line. hope crazy coupon lady.com, all we do is coupons deals. some of the most ever saved in one shot is on tlc one i bought 600 where the brochures for $2. for many runs this saved a thousand dollars over the month. >>marty: pod looking at your
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craw to, this is your stockpile. >> out of the pantry hopes to use my grosz >>marty: this is like a full-time job isn't it? >> and to the time commitment. it's really worth it it pays off. their studies done that showed couponing quinn is about 86 bucks an hour. i think i'd do better than that. if you have 15 minutes a week to devote you think you could save $50. >>marty: people complain about bonds designed by a lot of things i don't need. where do restored all? >> it's a dangerous pitfalls you need to avoid, so to see a great deal but it's not something your family uses so that's not a great deal. you have to personalize it for what space you have. if you're live single and an apartment or studio and to stockpile the small things,
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razors' expense of things. another trick that i love it is saving money in other ways besides coupons. people call it the looking for a great cash back credit card. a friend of credit-card it from american express that pays 6% on groceries. it's all about saving and find creative ways to keep more money in your wallet. anderson and you've got as far as taking your family a dumpster diving i go to the recycle bin and i will pull out from the french newspapers. i had my son was me, and on television foi got in the dumpster. and famous for. it was a newspaper only been and we ended up saving $600. >>marty: with all the goods and money you save you do a lot of donations for nonprofit. >> it's not just me, most of
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the people you see on the show were doing the same thing. when you're able to get toothbrushes for free every other week you don't keep buying them. i've never been able to give back the way i have since it started, on a couponing. >>marty: did you discover this was a way to not to save money, fame and fortune? >> my college roommates, my business partner twisted my arm. it was the most skeptical of all. there is no way, and was fighting. there were so many myths and i believe all of them. she twisted my arm and got me to this story the first week we save $500. >>marty: the title of the book is called take another check go lelane honey it's all about coupons and a big way and she has more on how you could learn by coupons
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just go to crazycouponlady.com, i'm going to visit it. >>henry: except for the lawful judgment of his peers or the law of the land. you can be arrested unless you've done something that is wrong. sounds comment today, back when that was written in the 13th century that was a big deal. part of a magnet card debt. we have a copy of the document on view, we are going to talk about it why it matters. i am a sneeze whisperer. i am an allergy analyst. bermuda grass. ragweed. willow. i am a dander decoder.
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>>henry: men to your 1215 and there was on have this in the land of england. king john was a miserable cane, the nobles were up said, he mismanaged and is ruled the
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country. they got him to agree with a document which we now call them make the card off. although back then it was dealing with a lot of trivial issues, it dealt with very absorbent issues that today are essential for our own liberties and. a copy of this, 1217 version is on display in san francisco. it is at the palace of regional honor. we have a curator joining us, why should we be excited? >> it isn't every day he could see the made in a carjack. there only 17 copies from the 13th century. only one of them is in this country on display in washington d.c.. this one comes from the library and oxford. there is on the
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screen. it's a sheet of parchment, 21 by 16 in., written and i involved in using a quill pen. if it thinks that was used it during the middle ages from hauterive not to. there is an overall shot of it, you could see the entire document is 56 lines of latin text. at the bottom are to tags that hang off and those are sealed with wax seals. that's how official signs things back in those days. >>henry: there are no signatures. >>marty: most people couldn't write, even the king. they would have metal engraved seals that they would use to authenticate singles, and they would stand it. that was the law. ops >>henry: there is a promise of a certain criteria. >>marty: it's full of all
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kinds of interesting and obscure clauses and chapters. there are a couple of key ideas in bed. two- thirds of the way through, chapter 35 says, we have a translation handy. this was all done and latin because the english language didn't exist. >>henry: that influenced our own constitution? >> yes the bill of rights and the 56 amendments. this is the key idea that is absolute and something we hold to be important. >>henry: john i alluded he was a bit, and, can you tell us about him and why he would agree to this? >> think to call him and confident is doing him a great service. he was a
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disaster. he waged wars with france, he lost english territories and according to fuel society lawyer, he was able to collect taxes and particularly from the wealthy nobles whenever he felt like it. he abused his power, he abused the legal system as it was. he made many enemies. he also irritated the post which is not a good thing. >>henry: if your running the country don't get rich people angry, don't get the " angry. it is on display now through june 5th at the region of honor for more details go to the website. by the way, it to other clauses 1 is about fish weirs must be removed and let there be one measure for wines throw cold can dump. now were talking to. we're going to take a break, we'll be back. [ coach ] in albuquerque, citi pre-approved my mortgage.
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>>live, from the bay area's news station, this is kron4 news amorning news. here to sort of a weather for the mother's day forecast his genujanu. >>reporter: the north bay 57 degrees warning to 62 by noon. calling back down to 58 degrees by 8:00 p.m.. wins in oakland wind speeds 18 mi. per hour, 17 fairfield, 15 sfo. those will mix of the cloud cover so we will
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track conditions throughout the day. sunshine and cloud cover that will mix out of by a blow for o'clock and really clear up by 5:00 p.m.. a little to cloud cover in the south bay. a pretty breezy, mild temperatures this afternoon. 66 santa rosa, 60 novato, 59 san francisco and low 60's hugging the bay. >>marty: u.s. officials have released a handful of videos showing slain an al-qaeda leader osama. the of takes of his tapes were heavily scripted. his hair is dyed, trimmed for the camera. one video shows osama hunched over and tired of sitting on the floor watching himself on a tv as he is wrapped a blanket. the videos were
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evidence that were sealed by navy seals that ended with osamas death. computer disk, handwritten notes were feel the osamas compound was a command and control center for al-qaeda. kron 4 will continue to fall to u.s. and pakistan response to osamas death. stay with us on kron 4 and www.kron4.com. this morning the mother of grey in the giants fan brutally beaten at a dodgers game in l.a. said she is spending for mother's day besides her son. the good news is the doctors say he does not need surgery to put in a shot at this time. they continue to lower his medication one at a time, aside from that he is still in a coma at the medical center. this them said they are struggling to hold onto hope. >> i this looking at his eyes to see if there was any
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movement. any dreaming more anything. there is nothing there. the son and brother and dad thought we knew who is basically gone. when bryant comes out of this, we will create new memories for him. he is in a bed with all of these tubes coming in for food, to an estimate, tracheotomy and really shocked me the other day because it was the first time i've actually seen this side of his head without his gulf. i could not believe it. >>marty: don't know when they will return home to northern california, they say they're not coming home without try and. the state in the public to come forward with information about the suspects to attack him. several giants fans returned at&t park for the first time such a major league pitching coach from the with the baseball bat. that happened a few weeks ago when the
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braves were in town. major league by scull has suspended the pitching coach and ordered him to pay a fine. kron 4 explains what happened to and talk to those fans. >>reporter: major league baseball is hoping to win back the loyalty of the fresno family and many others after an embarrassing incident the league invited justin his wife and twin daughters to attend saturday's giants game at at&t park. it was at the same ball park a few weeks ago a visiting team atlanta braves pitching coach roger mcdowell apparently shot a gay slurs at fans and threatened quinn with a baseball bat. it happened during a baseball practice on april 23rd after fans said something to coach mcdowell he apparently asked three giants fans are you homo couple or threesome? then he simulated gay sex with a baseball bat. justin and his twin daughters saw the exchange. quinn said he told the coach that children were present.
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he claims that's when mcdowell approached him with a bat and asked him how much are your teeth worth? it was the twin girls first time attending a baseball game. >> i felt worried and scared at first and then i felt ok. after quinn and his attorney league baseball has faceoff waterford if ford does>> i'm happy to see major cause of a mistake because his daughters have learned a valuable lesson. if his storm-to and thought safi francisco, kron 4 news. >>marty: wash and on and off
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the answer some it the it to fly to bolster the idays lost oe fly with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth. the defeat dropped the keys to the five countries to record. kron 4 news weekend, headlines from around the world including video of clashes between christian and muslim groups in egypt. first of live look inside, and downtown san francisco a beautiful start to this mother's day. will be right back.
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>>marty: video of violence at a church in cairo. that church was set on fire. six people killed, 100 injured. muslims are upset about a woman being held against her will because she converted to islam. security forces still trying to turn back a massive assault by tablet and militants. the most recent fighting in canada are, that's for the targeted to government buildings. they are security now. two government soldiers killed and 40 wounded. 23 television fighters died on the battle. the latest in iraq, officials facing renewed criticism about the ability to secure the country. prisoners nearly took over what was considered the most tightly run detention facility in baghdad. that revolt left 17 people dead including six police officers. this was
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seen as another setback in iraq's efforts to prove to the world that they're prepared for the transfer of security responsibilities. still ahead, to check in with henry. >>henry: ladies and gentlemen, a sexual revolution. in 1984 she published her the first erotic magazine for women. she has since been a revolutionary promoter of sex positive. she'll talk about her latest book called big sex. and in the mark. coming up on kron 4 news weekend.
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>>marty: let's check in and what our weather forecaster. >>reporter: looking for more roof cam in san francisco, partly sunny and partly
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cloudy. cool this morning. we're going to have partial clearing this afternoon and clear up and starts to warm up by mid-week. top pitchers outsider in the '50s right now. and i'm think it's about mid to upper 50s right now, currently worth taking a look at santa rosa, 57 of fog, 54 fairfield, 56 mountain view and 55 in san jose. a 18 m.p.h. winds and oakland, 15 sfo, 17 fairfield. the gusts could get even higher. let's track that for you. winds gusting up to 24 m.p.h. in san assault, a 22 san francisco. by 5:00 p.m. this evening getting to 33 m.p.h. gusts in san rafael, 26 and fairfield and we will see the winds stay in the '20s even over night. a pretty
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mild temperatures, windy day. 66 santa rosa, 59 san francisco, 64 vallejo and now and more low 60s hugging the immediate bay. 59 los gatos, 64 for morgan hill. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, a partly cloudy conditions for mother's day and a string of sunshine to come in and tear next work weeks. time is 9:47 a.m. lunch check in with henry. >>henry: next guest to change the world, certainly change people's attitudes toward sexuality. she was among those who led what is the modern version of the sexual revolution. she was the woman who first published on our backs which was a sex positives magazine for women. eventually a collection of erotic offer women. her latest book is
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called big sex, little gaffewhodeathlittle death. >> in some ways you wonder if you're supposed to come out and say my work is done. i can't say that. i would love to be glad to be put out of business but unfortunately public policy hopes and a lot of the con fines we live with to date is really dictated by a very conservative fanatically religious ideology. i often feel the tension in the culture between left and right when it comes to sex. it seems likely to the of the breaking point for my entire life. (laughter) >>henry: it's true to that extent. , when you start
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doing magazines and folks people were shocked. >> yes, they would say i think it's because on so pale and freckles and imagine the much younger hopes and what's a nice girl like you doing a filthy magazine like this? >>henry: what was a nice girl like you doing with the field to make a scene like that? >> for a kiss someone, or held chance i had a sheltered life but i had a passion about how things should be fair. i remember reading stories about little girls should do this, little boy should do that and i would say that's not true. even when they said boys and they would teach you about puberty and it would say to the young man you can expect to be having sexual feelings and dreams of you go off older, girls how is there a bottle of hair dye or tam
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tax for you? there's nothing to we have sexual feelings are daydream's? i remember in junior high and that is not true. i do and i don't think on that's strange. >>henry: he certainly were out there for a long time, when you first started this it was still pretty shocking for much of the world. >> i actually saw a shift, i was one of the first feminist of vibrator store clerks. i worked in the store that was about the size of the sofas put together and when i first began the only people who came and would say, something is wrong with me my doctor sent me in when crippled. it was a complete disgrace to. i remember my boss said i don't care if you say anything or sell anything all day just talk to people. it do to attend. she was a great
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philanthropist and. then i remember this woman came in and said hyde high won a magic wand. she was in a good mood, she wasn't acting like she was crippled. how you know about this? she said, all the doubts of the switchboard to have this. she worked at at&t when there was a switchboard. something has changed. she's not a radical she doesn't have a mohawk but she is changing. >>henry: the book is called big sex, a little tough it is a memoir. an adventure story. thank you for joining us happy mother's day. back to you marty. hawks >>marty: not sure if we could follow that but i will try. the east bay spca is having a puppy to lose us. it the shelters in oakland and dublin are reducing the adoption fee by half for those would like to a doctor to walk. organizers say
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there's no overabundance of the dogs because they turned out to be more work than the owners bargained for. >> original issue hopes of these dogs are very cute they're small ahead and they're everywhere. people what was really popular. if lots of people coming and buying the dogs and unfortunately they end up in our shelters. the to what was settled in stay to endure today the drive takes place at the dublin as pc gay shelter. if you could still adopt one of the oakland shelter as well. still ahead, the hats are flying at the kentucky derby this weekend. we will show you the big winner coming up next. >>gary: sunday may 15th to 8:00 a.m., the 100th running who bay to breakers kamen i will be playing around. response >>reporter: revise sasso, we're so happy to be here and we hope you join us at 8:00 a.m. that morning when
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and how he signs up for every activity. ♪ he even hangs out with the camp director. just like that. [ male announcer ] the new citi thankyou premier card gives you more ways to earn points. what's your story? citi can help you write it. >>marty: animal kingdom was the big winner of the run for the roses. he roared down the stretch to claim the victory. it was a jockey john who won after animal kingdoms of original rider broke his nose earlier in the week and had to be replaced. this is the 137th running of the kentucky derby. a lot of us agree that the greatest gift our mother ever gave us was life itself. on this mother's day a special surprise for the mother of all households you're serving overseas. take a look.
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>> (cheering & applause) sergeant joseph will be home for 26 days the city's quinn to enjoy every single moment with his family and i'm sure they will with him. what a great mother's day gift. what a touching moment. we wish all of you a happy mother's day of their hope you can enjoy the day. >>henry: for henry and isabel thank you for joining us will see you next saturday morning at 7:00 a.m. be sure to watch kron 4 news tonight at 9:00.
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