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tv   KRON 4 News at 11  KRON  April 28, 2013 11:00pm-11:31pm PDT

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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now.the golden state warriors with a big win over the denver nuggets. it's the first round of the n-b-a playoffs, and the warriors are now up three games to one, in a best of seven series. this is the first time the warriors have had a post- season since 2006! and fans are pumped. kron4's philippe djegal was with them at oracle arena, for the big win. >> reporter: what a night,
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in front of all of these warriors fans. a tremendous victory. 115-101. you can see the confetti, the warriors had six guys score double digits including curry who scored 31. and andrew bogut and david lee is injured. >> oh my gosh! >> it was a great perspective. >> amazing. they were on fire. >> we love you. >> that is what we are all about. let us go! >> great game. >> great defense. >> we want the defense. >> there were on fire. >> they are whining it and calling. the golden state
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wa ahead 3-1 and go to denver. we will have your complete highlights coming up later in sports. phillipe djegal, kron 4 news. >> and one of those highlights is this andrew bogut slam dunk over nuggets center javale mcgee. coming up at 11:23 kron 4's jason appelbaum will be in studio to break down the warriors big game four victory. stay tuned and we'll bring you full game highlights. >> some fantastic weather. we have seen some sunshine this bay bridge with a nice night. clear skies and no fault. sunshine for the
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entire day 90's and even 80s by the bay. a bit warmer. here are the temperatures. look for san francisco, 76 degrees. more 90's for the inland valley. we could even see record highs. more about that, coming up. a sketch released of a man police say grabbed a child in the east bay. the crime happening friday. a toddler snatched, then dropped down the block when the child's mother started to yell. tonight the child is safe, but a predator is on the loose. kron4's alecia reid takes us to the pittsburg neighborhood where it all happened. >> reporter: neighborhood
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watch is effect in this pittsburg area, but it was a mother keeping an eye on her 2 year old - at play - that saved her from being kidnapped. this is a sketch of the man police say walked up to the toddler in her snowflake way driveway friday afternoon. he grabbed her and ran off. the girl's mother started screaming after him.he dropped the child in some bushes and kept running. now although a little shaken up, police say she's ok. the home is near the california season's park, and since the attempted kidnapping, neighbors are on edge. this weather is absolutely beautiful, yet the park's kiddie playground is completely empty. parents whose children normally play here say they're being extra cautious. >> sometimes, but not right now because of >> my niece and nephew live right around the block and i'm scared for them still on the loose, the suspect is described as a white man between 30-35 years old, standing 5'9"
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tall, 190 pounds with dirty blond to light brown hair. in pittsburg alecia reid kron 4 news. nearby stores aren't taking any chances. fearing the suspect may try to abduct another child, flyers with his photo are posted outside. some stores have additional flyers on the inside so people can get a better look. they tell us there's a reason these flyers are being posted all over. the goal is to get this man off the streets. and here is one more look at the sketch. 30 - 35 years old, standing 5'9" tall, 190 pounds with dirty blond to light brown hair. new details are emerging in the investigation of the boston marathon bombings. and in washington. politicians are pointing fingers. here is the latest.
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we are learning more about intercepted communications made by russian authorities. that as marathon runners across the world honor the victims in the attack. and locally. hundreds of people come out to show their support for injured martinez boy aaron hern. we start our coverage with christina mutchler. >> reporter: according to a u-s official, russia intercepted communication "discussing jihad" between the mother of the accused boston marathon bombers and someone who may have been one of her sons back in 2011. the russians turned over the intercept to the f-b-i in just the past few days. however, the conversation is described as vague, and it is unknown why there was a delay in sharing the information. congressman peter king of new york says he believes this gap is one of the reasons why the f-b-i's interview with tamerlan tsarnaev in 2011 didn't raise red flags, even though russia had expressed concerns about his radical views. >> "if russians had given the fbi early on the information they had, it would have been a lot different investigation." >> reporter: as more details emerge on "who knew what" about the tsarnaev brothers, ranking democrat on the house homeland security committee urges patience. >> "at this point, trying to point fingers saying the dots weren't connected, is a little bit early. let's get
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in, let's review it. and at some point, if there are some things we need to change, let's change them." >> reporter: while authorities piece together the case. in solidarity with the boston victims." the running community is showing support for the victims. two marathons. in madrid, spain.where nearly 200 were killed by terrorist bombs nearly a decade ago. runners and spectators observed a minute of silence to remember boston before the race start. and in oklahoma city, the site of america's bloodiest terror attack before 9- 11.some runners who were unable to finish the race in boston laced up again to run the oklahoma city marathon. >> "i'm wearing exactly what i wore in the boston, except for a different number. um, i just wanted to keep with what i started with, and i actually have my boston bib on my back." i'm cristina mutchler for kron 4 news. >> the father of the boston marathon bombing suspects -- anzor tsarnaev -- has been planning on flying to the u.s. but says that he needs to
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postpone the trip due to illness. meanwhile a little closer to home. hundreds of people came together today to raise money for aaron hern. the 11-year-old martinez boy injured in the boston bombings. they held a fundraiser at alhambra high school. and as kron 4's mike pelton shows us the entire community hopes to see their friend soon. half >> it is not just a sunday morning run. these were to halt a loved one. kamal i've never seen anybody team up. with a rousing rendition of the national anthem. friends were custom t-shirt and were called what makes him so special. >> he is a phenomenal runner! >> he is really cool. >> this will only make him stronger it is a testament of who he is. >> just like those at the fund-raiser he likes to run
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but he is still recovering from shrapnel. >> i did not want to cry but i did at the same time it was hard. like losing your best friend. jeez, that is horrible! >> the foundation contributions will go to the family. >> is important to get the entire family will be suffering. >> he was injured while cheering on his mother he now has stranger's cheering on the best for him. >> as soon as he gets back i am going to give him a big hug. because i have missed >> reporter: they're hoping that he is back on wednesday which is his 12th birthday. mike pelton, kron 4 news. >> coming up at eleven. a new report claims there is
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another potential problem with the bolts on the new then -- a manhunt is on for the killer of an 8 year old little girl. we take you to the northern california neighborhood where she was stabbed. and where neighbors are on alert tonight. plus. a warm day around the bay is great for sun- bathing, but also be hitting us early. we've got details, next. i knew there were a lot of tech jobs available out there.
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>> new at 11. a new report claims the new eastern span of the bay bridge has bolts similar to those that are banned. 12-hundred of the bolts are made from galvanized steel that is identical to a high strength alloy that was banned because they can crack. other fasteners were purchased that--like the failed bolts-- are vulnerable to cracking. caltrans said that they are testing 192 bolts for possible future failure-- which can determine if the opening of the new span will be delayed. >> we are starting off with temperatures in the 40's.
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>> residents in a town just 30 miles east of stockton are doors locked and report anyone considered suspicious. this, after eight year old leila fowler was stabbed to death in her valley springs home. yesterday. today, authorities continue the search for the little girl's killer. authorities are conducting a door-to-door sweep of homes scattered across hilly terrain, checking storage sheds and horse stables, and even searching attics. leila fowler would have turned nine in june. >> did the surviving child recognize the suspect? >> not that i realize. >> a search started with a man running on foot that would be not common for a rural area. >> we are extensively searching in attics and it is a difficult area to
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search. with tall grass. >> this community is on hold until this man is found. >> this train is still the challenge attempt to rain. the little girl with a been 9 years old and the month of june. >> this stretch of hot weather. gusting winds on tuesday and wednesday. here is a look at the forecast. even some temperatures getting into the mid-90s.
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the east bay valleys. the north bay valleys could see '70s and '80s by the bay. many 90 degrees for the inland valleys. pittsburgh. and 70's for the bay. 76 degrees and '80s in the north bay. here is the seventh day of rounded a nine these inland. 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 90's-and linda!
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>> conditions have the state's largest fire protection agency jump starting their preparations for what could be a longer fire season. kron4's maureen kelly has the details. it's only april and the green spring grasses are already turning brown.and cal fire crews are already getting busier >> about the last two weeks we've seen an increased activity of vegetation fires thurout the unit activity like what you see happening in this video taken today in gilroy.firefighters mopping up a small grass fire fueled by the wind. firefighters mopping up a fire.officials say they believe it was started intentionally by a landowner to burn orchard tirmings.but then the wind caused it to get out of control and spread quickly to a nearby field. >> it doesnt take much wind to have a particually
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significant affect.expecially on dry fuels you can see for yourself the fuel he's talking about it. made brittle after an especially dry spring. and that has cal fire taking action. monday the unit that handles the south and east bay will start their seasonal hiring early. by about three weeks. so they can be ready. with hot tempatures expected this week cal fire division cheif jim crawford says they'll be keeping an eye on and if humidity,.,,but they are more concerned about the weather this summer.which is when fire season kicks into high gear. these drier than normal conditions are also triggering cal fire to declare a burn ban in four bay area counties.contra costa, alameda, santa clara and san mateo. which means open burning of things like this cut grass will not be allowed in areas were cal fire provides protection the ban is going into affect monday.and will last until the end of fire season. maureen kelley, kron 4 news
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>> welcome back everyone. steph curry lit up oracle tonight as the warriors put the nuggets on the ropes lakers spurs #4 kobe bryant - out til next year at earliest with torn achillies tendon steve nash and steve blake also out with injuries - as was metta world peace 3rd quarter dwight howard - gets tossed in the game the lakers needed him most for arguing this non-call.his second technical of the game. howard passes general manager mitch kupcheck on his way out.howard, whose now a free agentcalled this season a nightmare
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the game was over early. tony parker with play of the day - check out this circus shot he just kind of throws in parker: 23 points spurs blow the lakers out again final: 103-82 >> i have confidence in my shops. coach was also confidentn my- shots... >> for his entire career it
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was great. it was an incredible performance. >> it really was. they will wrap it up and the team is up 3-21. with 96 percent of the time, history is deftly on the warriors side. on the meantime, a kobe bryant is out. andsweep the series 4-0 san antonio now rests up and waits for what looks to be the warriors. a's orioles bot 9th, 8-6 orioles yoenis cespedes - first game back off the disabled list - ties the game with this 2 run homer left the a's once trailed 5-
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