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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> the wind really picking up tonight all around the bay. and stronger gusts are on the way. we're getting a first hand view from a live look outside at our camera in san jose. you see it bouncing around quiet a bit. and another angle from our bay bridge bridge. where there are high wind advisories brian van aken tells us when the wind is really expected love bob buena the >> it has been breezy with over 50 m.p.h. in 40-50 m.p.h. in several locations.
and even towards concord. the wind is diminishing. and still breezy. we are going to see mostly cloudy skies and the chance of an isolated shell of. this weather system towards the bay area with a lot of cold air to affect. for tomorrow, the clouds there is a wind advisory. for between 50-60 m.p.h. with the event of downed trees and power lines possible. how long these will stick around, coming up. >> tonight, one little boy
is lucky to be alive after his heart stopped during a baseball game in rohnert park saturday. kron4's maureen kelly spoke to the two paramedics who just happened to be in the stands and sprang into action. we have interviews and images of the scene that you'll only see on kron. dan farren is describing the accident he and his wife sue farren witnessed while watching their son's baseball game. one of the other kids on the team . 8 year old matthew henry was at bat when he was hit by a baseball in what turned out to be a very bad place.was hit by a baseball in what turned out to be a very bad place >> it's a freak thing >> right in the chest >> reporter: the boy staggered.then starting running to first base but he collapsed after about five feet. >> that ball that hit him in the center of the chest had stopped his heart >> reporter: luckily dan and sue have more than 50 years of paramedic experience between them. they jumped on to the field and into action.this snapshot shows them adminstering cpr.which they kept going for approximently 6 minutes until an ambulance team arrived with a defibulator which administered a lifesaving shock to matthew's heart.
>> hi felt his chest beginning to beat again and he was starting to open his eyes. >> reporter: mathew was transported by helicopter to children's hospital.where he will be monitored for the next few days.but his family told the farrens that he's doing well. >> as of this morning, his brother said that he was awake and eating a popsicle and the hospital. >> reporter: matthew's parents did not want to appear on camerabut released a statement saying that to their family dan and sue ferran are heros because they saved their son's life.the ferrans just hope that this event will inspire more people to learn cpr.because if matthew didn't have help keeping his heart pumping unitl the ambulance arrived.he could have been left brain dead.or not have survived at all. maureen kelly kron4 news.. >> you have a little more than twenty four hours to file. tomorrow is the deadline to file individual tax returns or request for an automatic extension. it's always best to double check your return before filing with the i-r-s. kron four's philippe djegal speaks with a tax expert and talks about one tax
cheat you may want to avoid. san francisco based tax consultant lionel mayrand has more than 50 years of professional experience filing tax returns. he says one of the most common forms of fraud is marking someone down as a dependent -- who is not. as for monday's deadline. remember this. if you owe if you are claiming children that are not in your custody it could raise a red flag. and if you file a false claim the first will be approved but the second person comes along and it will start investigation. you can also be barred from
an income credit. the official position of the irs is saying that this is fraudulent. there is not much jill time involved because that is pretty expensive. most people and of ending $1,000-$2,000 and they can pay that back. >> remember, money, then regardless of the extension, you still need to pay by tomorrow or face stiff penalties. which could amount to an additional 25-percent of your balance owed to the i- r-s. for every year that the balance is not paid. philippe djegal, kron four news. >> what if google's russian co-founder sergey brin started his company in canada instead of the u.s. unthinkable, right? well, while congress haggles over immigration, our friendly neighbor to the north is trying to poach america's young immigrant entrepreneurs from under our nose. canada is starting to issue start up visas. they're only too happy to
take our top techie talent. just like the two you're about to meet. >> this is a three dimensional heart lifesaving tool. >> he started this in california but he is from france. he got a visa. >> it was very stressful and it was really just down to one person. >> and this young person started a global investment fund in the bay area. >> it would be impossible to be a company without him. >> and even they have given up. >> i could go back to india so they ended up doing that
but we were trying to get a green card. they just want back and pursued the master's. >> they came to the united states cannot looking for a job but they are creating jobs they say that it is difficult to stay with the current visa system. they are taking this message to the capitol hill and the white house that want to see changes in immigration. they see this as the future of the u.s. economy. >> canada began it's start up visa program just days ago to woo foreign innovators. the young techies we interviewed are staying put here in the bay area. but the next crop of entrepreneurs may not be so devoted to the american dream. coming up on kron 4 news at 8. america's secretary of state pays a visit to japan. topic number one - north korean aggression. work on the bart extension from fremont to san jose is starting to ramp up. we'll show you the project. plus
>> secretary of state john kerry wrapped up a three day trip to asia with a speech that focused on de- nuclearization in japan. during the trip he met with japanese leaders to discuss recent relations with north korea. who recently rejected an offer from south korea for peaceful negotiations. but as john kerry explains the united states and japan are open to rekindling nuclear talks with the communist regime. kerry added that north korea will find ready partners if it stops these recent string of threats and agrees to abandon its nuclear program. it is monday in north korea and the country is honoring its late founder kim-il- sung, kim jong un's grandfather. he was born on april fifteenth -- 101-years ago. workers and party loyalists
took part in a ceremony that honored their late leader -- who died almost 20-years ago. other celebrations included an international marathon in pyongyang. runners from all around the world took part in it. despite the fact that north korea recently warned foreign diplomats that they could no longer guarantee their safety during these tense times. for most south koreans the highly celebrated holiday to the north is mostly ignored. coming up. tim lincecum took the mound for the giants in chicago today. could he bounce back after his last disappointing start or would it be more of the same? find out when kron four news at eleven continues. , it is windy. for the wind will pick up even the chance of rainfall. details, coming up. >> kron 4 news is rolling out a new program called kron rewards. for the entire month of april, watch kron 4 news at eight in the morning or eight at night and you can earn valuable points you can redeem for prizes, cash cards or exclusive kron 4 items. we'll show you a word of the day during those times, you then enter that word on kron 4 rewards and start earning go to kron 4 dot com.
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our team coverage on the expansion continues as kron 4's charles clifford breaks down the numerous road closures and lane restrictions drivers will be facing in the months to come the extension of bart from fremont to north san jose is 10 miles long and there are 11 places where the new railway crosses existing roads and crews will need to build new intersections. that means a lot of traffic delays over the months to come. in the very near future, there are two projects that will affect traffic. first, warren avenue in fremont will be close down this weekend between kato road and warm springs boulevard. that same stretch of road will be closed again the weekend of april 29th.
now, starting next monday hostetter road in san jose between lundy avenue and flickinger avenue will be reduced from three to two lanes in both directions so that crews can start building a new overpass for the new bart rails. that work is expected to continue for 7 to 9 months. the entire bart extension project is scheduled to be completed in 2018 with a price tag of 3.2 billion dollars. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. tonight. four people are recovering after being rescued from their sinking tugboat yesterday. this is video of the the bay area coast guard saving the four people after their tug boat sank while towing a barge off the coast of big sur. coast guard crews received
the distress call at about three p-m and deployed a 47-foot motor life boat. a rescue helicopter from the monterey station was also called to the scene. the rescue helicopter found the survivors on a raft and hoisted them aboard. all four were taken to a local hospital , but no injuries were reported. >> we can see the strong wind speeds. in oakland but strongest have been about 15-20 m.p.h. and increasing as the system whirls out. the wind will really crank up by the afternoon. strongest along the coast and near the safe. 35 m.p.h. with a wind advisory 50s and 60s. cold air and place with 40's by the bay and
possibly near freezing for the inland locations. here is futurecast. midnight, notice the showers are light and isolated. notice, by 6, some futurecast showers through the central valley. the big story will be the wind. we started off with temperatures in the 40's. as we go for later, temperatures in the upper 50s and 60s. mostly sunny skies with a 30-50 m.p.h. 50s and 60s for the east bay. warmer inland. look for 60s in the north bay. oakland, 60 degrees your kron 4 7 day around the bay
it is going to be windy. 30- 40 m.p.h. temperatures will be warming. by the time we get to thursday and friday the wind would be dissipating. and very warm. for next weekend. and remember you can watch the weather forecast whenever it is convenient for you on our 24/7 bay area news channel. you can also get headlines and live traffic. it's on comcast 193 and you can also watch it live on kron4.com. >> kron 4 is saying farewell and thank you to ysabel duron. she retired today after 42 years in broadcast news. she has been a staple here at kron 4 since 19-92. as weekend anchor. and reporter. ysabel was one of the first latinas to work in television. breaking through in 19-71 in the bay area. she has won recognition nationally and regionally with two emmy's.
ysabel also covered prominent stories. such as the 1973 kidnapping of patty hearst and the 1976 assassination of san francisco mayor george moscone and supervisor harvey milk. this sunday morning was her final newscast. thank you ysabel, you shall be missed. we're now 35 days away from this year's bay to breakers. kron 4 will bring you the race from start to finish. bay to breakers -- happening -- sunday, may 19th.
>> movie-goers went out to the ball game this weekend. and "42" scores a home run at the box office. "42," which tells the life story of jackie robinson, topped the box office, scoring nearly 27-point- three million dollars in its opening weekend. "scary movie 5," featuring charlie sheen and lindsay lohan, grossed nearly 15- point-two million dollars in its debut week in theaters. and the animated feature "the croods" rounded out the top three, picking up another 13-point-two million dollars in its fourth weekend in theaters. despite the down-pour there was no rain on adam scotts parade as he became the first australian to win the augusta national. this is the second year in a row that the masters went into sudden-death as scott and angel cabrera made matching birdies on the 72nd hole. they both made par on the first extra hole -- number 18 -- but scott pulled ahead when he sunk a 12- foot birdie for the win. cabrera -- who won it all in 2009 -- finished in second place. tiger woods finished tied for fourth place.
the giants and starter tim lincecum got a lot of help from the cubs pitchers during their ten-to-seven victory today. lincecum had another shaky start -- giving up two home runs in the first inning. but then the cubs tied a major league record by throwing five wild pitches in the sixth. which allowed the giants to score four runs. then with two down in the ninth inning -- and the giants losing seven-to-six -- hunter pence hit a solo shot to tie the game. eventually they would go on to win by tacking on three more runs in the tenth. the a's struggles against the tigers continued today as they lost ten-to-one. a's starting pitcher jarrod parker didn't make it out of the fourth inning -- giving up eight runs. tigers outfielder austin jackson hit a home run as he went onto a four hit day. a's catcher derek norris doubled in the a's lone run in the fourth inning. oakland -- which entered the game leading the league in several offensive catagories -- struck out 38 times in just three games.
tomorrow the astros come to town for a three game series against the first place a's. and during todays game the cameras caught this precious moment when a father hands his son a foul ball -- only to have his son throw it right bacl. by the time the father turned back around the little guy had already fired the ball back down to the field bellow. mom and dad can't believe it and the kids seem upset until ballpark employees give the family another souvenir. which the family happily accepted. here's something you don't see every day -- a huge gorilla running in terror. from a goose! this video was captured by zookeepers at the sedgwick county zoo in kansas. apparently some canada geese ended up in the ape's enclosure, and scared off the gorilla that could reach up to 450 pounds. so it's official. in a round between a goose and a gorilla. the goose wins! you can catch the latest news, forecast and traffic conditions whenever it's
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