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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> "into the attic" >> reporter: one home completely destroyed. another hit with major damage after a fire breaks out today. another fire wreaking havoc in the bay area.during this dry and early fire season. tonight those home owners in san ramon left to survey the damage and see what is salvagable. kron 4's alecia reid is at the scene with the latest details. >> tonight a handful of bay area firefighters are down south. helping southern california fire crews battle the raging springs fire in ventura county. the fire tripled in size yesterday. the fire has burned 28- thousand acres. and at this time is only 30 percent contained. firefighters are hoping that
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today's cool ocean breezes and possible chance of rain will help weaken the wild fires that have been burning throughout california. for an update on the fire we go now to cristina mutchler an uphill battle. >> reporter: firefighters working tirelessly to contain wildfires that look ominous even from space. thousands of homes still in danger as the inferno tears through tens of thousands of acres. lauren tunzi's family decided to evacuate-- as smoke started to cloud behind their home. >> "you're put into hyper- drive mode, but you need to stay calm and make sure you get everything out that's not replaceable." >> reporter: saturday brought hope of relief. according to the california department of forestry and fire protection, higher humidity and lower temperatures brought on by a low pressure weather system has created an opportunity to increase containment. >> "it's going to give us a leg up on the fire. it's going to make the conditions better for us to get that containment line built around it." >> reporter: but there is reason to be cautious, as the chance for isolated thunderstorms comes with the risk of lightning that could spark new fires. while evacuation orders were lifted in parts of newbury park, and at california state university, several areas are still under orders as crews chip away at the blaze. >> "there's still a lot of work to be done. a lot of hard, manual labor that's
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going to need to happen out there." >> reporter: though drought season typically begins much later in the year, the los angeles area has seen less than 2 inches of rain since january -- taking much of the blame for these fires. i'm cristina mutchler for kron 4 news. >> jacqueline: certainly closer to the coast. 56. 56 also in richmond, the cold marine air. 57 degrees for the inland valleys. however, 71 degrees for livermore. you heard the previous low pressure system coming from the north-west. this is coming from the east. it is rare. however, it is pressing towards the coast with cooler temperatures and that is going to bring us the chance of rainfall. with your full forecast, coming up. >> c-h-p is investigating a fatal crash that killed two people this afternoon on highway four near byron. kron four's jeff bush show's us the scene and explains
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what happened. >> reporter: the crash was reported ariound one thirty in the afternoon. chp says this blue subaru iprezza was hit by this flatbed tow truck with in the intersection of byron highway and marsh creek road. the female passenger of the imprezza was killed instantly. sgt. greg xepoleas c.h.p. >> the subaru imprezza made a left turn into the path of the tow truck. after the impact, the imprezza was pushed towards the north east corner of the intersection at which point it came to rest against the traffic light standard. >> reporter: chp says one of the drivers ran a red light. >> it's an unfortunate incident. >> the male driver was flown to john muir hospital in walnut creek but, unfortunatly, died a short time after arrival. you can see the massive amount of damage to the subaru. the entire right
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side of the car was caved in. the driver of the tow truck was not injured in the crash. chp says they are still trying to determine if speed or alcohol was a factor. i'm jeff bush in byron, kron four news. >> developing now. police are still trying to figure out who killed an eight-year-old girl in california. it's been a week since leila fowler was stabbed to death in her home in calaveras county. calaveras county investigators spent the day looking for more clues in the murder of 8 year old leila fowler. investigators canvassed the valley springs area knocking on more than 300 hundred doors in hopes of finding witnesses or refreshing potential witness memories. >> it is going to be a long process. we hope to gain some additional information to help and our investigation. >> the closest eyewitness was the brother who said
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that there was a stranger in the house. still, deputies have also found knivesrichmond police are investigating a fatal shooting that led to a car crashing into a home. kron 4's mike pelton shows us what police believe took place. and why neighbors are pleading for this type of violence to stop. >> reporter: neighbors describe the sound of gunfire that rang out in their community around 7-20 saturday morning >> i just heard a couple of gunshots. >> pop, pop, pop. >> pop, pop, pop. >> reporter: authorities say the man, who in his 40s and behind the wheel of this white 4-runner, was shot to death near 20th street and chanslor - he and the car then crashed into this home 2 blocks away. no one else was injured >> at this point it does not appear to appear that this is a gay activity a rivalry. this seems to be an asian male. we are investigating
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why he was here. >> reporter: lt bisa french with the richmond police department tells me this is yet another incident in what's become an >> this is our eighth, side of the year. for the month of april, we have had four homicides! >> reporter: lt french says much of april's violence involved people of younger age. as for saturday's shooting, there are no suspects, but >> concern to neighbors. >> this is outrageous! >> another mother has to bury her children. >> i have had to bury two of my sons with gun violence. >> reporter: and this mother says- that can't happen soon enough in richmond, mike pelton, kron 4 news >> a union city community still in shock after an elementary school teacher is arrested on disturbing molestation charges. kron 4's jeff pierce has the latest on the investigation
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parents and teachers at alvarado school in union city are dealing with the arrest of elementary teacher michael howey charged with eight counts of child molestation. he is accused of kissing and inappropriatly touching several young students. kron four talked with a teacher and a parent at the school today, both declined to speak on camera. the instructor's concern was the safety of her students. the parent in this car had a child in howey's classroom. she came to the school hoping to find out how the teacher could have committed such acts with a teachers aide in the classroom she left without answers. in addition to alavarado elementary howe taught kindergarten for two years at union city's cabello elementary. he was arrested at his home in this gated complex on wednesday. micheal howey told arresting officers he had been suspended from alvarado for being inappropriate with a student. he then asked for lawyer. in union city jeff the amountcoming up on kron 4 news at 8. the san jose mother and child injured when a car came crashing into their
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house. we'll show you how young friends are raising money to >> plus.going into effect this week - a new state law allows bart police that ends up banning certain riders! we explain who. and. san francisco one step closer to hosting superbowl 50. we'll explain what happened to make it a female narrator: for over 60,000 california foster children female narrator: for over 60,000 california a pair of shoes is a small but important gift. my shoes have a hole in them. i can barely fit in these anymore. i hope no one would notice.
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>> friends of the san jose woman critically injured when a car came crashing into her house say she is no longer in the i-c-u. today, for the second weekend in a row. a 12-year-old girl selling lemonade to raise funds for 40-year-old ping chen, and her 9-year-old daughter lily chen. the fundraiser -- held in front of the ping's home. corlista davison's sister goes to school with lily chen, and says lily has a broken arm, but is back in school. chen's mother is expected
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to stay in the hospital for about eight more weeks. but davison says her condition is improving. >> we are here about five of ours. saturday, sunday. -5:00 p.m. and we just have bright colored signs. and we chose this location because people came to look at the house. >> this is video from the day of the crash. april 24th. in total, five people were injured that day, witnesses say the crash was the end result of a street race between high school students. the drivers were arrested and charged with felony reckless driving. as for the fundraiser. so, far in just three days since setting up the stand, davison says she's collected more than 45- hundred dollars. with all of the money going to the family. she says she plans on setting up the stand every weekend for the foreseable future. >> jacqueline: impose a little bit cooler but
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dramatic cooling towards sunday. temperatures in the '60s and '70s for the entire bay area and '80s and '90s for the inland valley. however, big changes with the chance of thunderstorms. mainly for monday and cooler on monday. tuesday, temperatures are bubbling out of the 60s & 70 which is where we should be for this time of year. we will wake up to coastal fog. through santa rosa, by 3:00 a.m.. that fog will be also along the coast and also through the immediate bay. but also towards eight a m it will peel back. but i think that it will state to the coast towards . also increasing clouds and will talk about that in a moment first let us talk about the temperatures. tomorrow, in the south-bay, 70's! and 70's in palo alto, 70's and san jose. and
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also, the cool down with 70's in concord. livermore. the east bay shores in the 60s. 50s along the coast. we will see the fog along the coast by noon. 63 degrees in san francisco, and a range of 70's for the north bay. as the take a look get the satellite & radar. the satellite showing an area of low pressure that is dropping towards us right now. it is pretty rare. the chance of showers for mainly thursday. and a chance going towards the sierras. however, the increase with clouds for the afternoon. the sierras will continue to see those showers and as for go towards sunday morning. the returns picking up on the computer model and the coastline but showing the drizzle associated with the precipitation. and even
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more returns with the possibility of thunderstorms. we will see that for monday a look a your extended forecast with cooling. we are going to notice it to tomorrow with a big cooling with 15 degrees cooler. monday, the thunder showers tuesday, calmed conditions and '60s and '70s. >> seven u.s. soldiers and another member of the nato- led coalition have been killed in afghanistan. the cause of five deaths being linked to a roadside bomb. two other deaths linked to a soldier with the afghan national army who turned his weapon on american troops. today marks one of the deadliest days for americans and other foreign troops in the area in recent months. the deaths come as the taliban continue attacks as part of their spring offensive. >> a small theater company in san jose is about 5- thousand dollars lighter after being hit by thieves! here you can see the damage. early last saturday morning, burglars broke through and through small spaces to burglarize "city lights theater company.'
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the computer, which operates the sound and video system was stolen. a few i-phones were taken as were boxes of cash donations locked in drawers. all totaling about 5- thousand dollars in losses. >> what we think happened is they came into this theater and went up these stairs. that is our control booth. the nice this piece of equipment that we own is this imac desktop. and it ran all of our sound and video queues. thank goodness we are not on the middle of a show run. we do however, have a show opening up june 1st that would have been awful! it would have been devastating. >> the executive artistic director says they've already had to change the locks. they're also looking into upgrading their security system, which could cost an additional 5-thousand dollars. if you're willing to help, you can donate through their website. or, drop off donations at the theater. it's located at 529 south second street in south san
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jose. >> a new state law, scheduled to go into effect on monday, allows bart police to ban riders who commit certain types of crimes on their property. kron4's maureen kelly explains how it works. >> we've had assaults we've had physical violence, verbal violence, threats of killing, dog bites >> reporter: station agents and other bart employees taken a lot of grief over the years.and before this new law.bart police would have to work with district attorneys in the four different counties get stay away orders issued for is a book of 130 people who are currently banned.for acts of violence and other crimes.but that process could take months and in some cases the criminals.if they were out on bail could come back. the new law will allow bart police to issue their own prohibition some cases before waiting for a conviction. >> this will help us move faster. >> reporter: bart police chief kenton rainey says the new law doesn't just help keep their employees safe.but riders as well.
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because it could be used against people using violence while committing a cell phone robbery or a purse snatching.on a train or bart property. in addition to being banned for violence or threats of violence people can also be kept away for the system after being arrested for lewd or lascivious behavior, and selling drugs. people cited for more minor nuisance behavior can also find themselves looking for a new way to get around.if they are cited at least three times within 90 days.for things like unruly behavior, urinating or defecating in a train or station, or vandalism. prohibition orders could keep offenders away from just one station or the entire system.for as little as 30 days.or as long an entire year. maureen kelly kron4 news. >> the bay area's bid to host the 2015 superbowl is beginning to gain momentum. yesterday the florida state legislature failed to pass a proposal that would allocate money to refurbish the miami dolphins stadium. this is a crushing blow to miami's bid to host a superbowl in the next couple of years. all of that means that the bay area is one step closer to hosting the superbowl.
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the 49ers' new one-point- two-billion-dollar stadium in santa clara is the proposed sight for superbowl 50. the n-f-l owners will make their final decision on may 21st. >> you need to look out for a pickpocket. however, if you do not want to check look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. with qualifying bundles. (hocoming!ing) mom, come on.
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the world's first manned solar powered plane is done with the first leg of its cross country mission. early this morning the solar impulse touched down in arizona. over the next two months the plane will head across the country -- stopping at several cities along the way.
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during the day and night. and its four motors are powered by over twelve- thousand solar cells installed on the wings. to carry passengers -- instead it's meant to provoke discussions about they warn of pick pockets on the streets. but on your coming up, why you might want not want to check your bags on this particular airline. the next time you step onto a plane you might want to take your valuables with you in a carry-on. that's because baggage handlers at an italian airport were recently caught luggage and pocketing whatever they want. employees go through the bags several times. searching for anything of value. bags were locked the employees would damage it out of spite. italian police have arrested dozens of baggage handlers. all from the national airline "alitalia".
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>> you may have heard that kron-4's stanley roberts was attacked while shooting a people behaving badly story. an update -- stanley is fine and resting at home. he'll be back soon - and will tell the story of what happened. along with video of his attack. but for now, we bring you the best of 'people behaving badly' >> bicyclists love me, and it shows! many apparently think i'm number one you remember this guy yes he is the one who got one of those 388 dollar
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bike tickets a few days ago this rider called me an then told me to but i not think that possible and yet another number one vote of approval but it wasn't just bicyclist a website named the uptown almanac published an article calling me "anti bike" and some twitter comments claimed i was picking on bicyclist and why don't i pick on automobile drivers . really what is this the fifth grade? he's picking on me! well congratulation bicyclist you just poked a sleeping bear and just in case you forget to read the drivers manual you have to follow the rules of the road as everyone else first off duel earbuds are illegal end of disussion the same goes for duel headphones you need to hear what is going on around you it's a safty issue. some of you received the $388 tickets for running
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stop signs which would automatically make the average person take notice apparently this dosent apply to some people because all up and down the wiggle i watched as bicylist ran stop signs the funny part some actually signaled before commiting the violation as if that makes it okit dosent! you see some bicylist want the best of both worlds, they want to be treated like pedestrians, but respected like cars you can't have it both ways all i can say is game on!!!! welcome to the world of people behaving badly in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e- mail us at 'people behaving badly' at embarrassing arrest video one actress wishes she never starred in. coming up, we take a look at the dui controversy that haunts reese witherspoon and her husband.
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thousands of runners will take to the streets of san francisco. kron 4's charles clifford give us a virtual look at the course. >> reporter: bay to breakers runs 7.46 miles east to west across san francisco and it starts here in downtown at the intersection of of main street and howard, just off the embarcadero. from the start line runners head west along howard street a mile and half later they make a right hand turn onto ninth street... then the course crosses market street and veers left onto hayes. then there's a one mile climb to the top of hayes hill and alamo square park,
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the highest point in the race. on the downhill the course turns left onto divisadero and then one block later makes a right turn onto fell st then the race then parallels the pan handle of golden gate park before veering right into the park itself. from there runners continuing along jfk drive, winding their way through golden gate park... passing the conservatory of flowers, the de young museum, and spreckles lake. and then towards the west end of the park, the course makes two hairpin turns. one turn to the left and then another quick right onto martin luther king jr drive and then it's into the homestretch. there's one more right turn onto lincoln way and the finish line is right here at the great highway. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. we are now 15 days to this year's bay to breakers. kron 4 will bring you all the fun. we'll have cameras and crews along the course so you won't miss a step. bay to breakers, happening sunday may 19th. >> new information from the boston bombings shows a troubling lapse in u-s security.
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there's mounting criticism over the decision to allow tamerlan tsarnaev back into the u-s after his trip to russia last year. jake tapper has the story. >> reporter: over a decade after the worst terrorist attack in our nation's history it seems that the us immigration system that allowed the september 11th hijackers to enter the country legally is still very flawed. some lawmakers question whether tamarlan tsarnaev should have been so easily admitted back into the us after his trip to russia, chechnya and dagistan last year. after all, in 2011 the russian government warned both the fbi and the cia that they were worried that tamerlan had become an extremist and would be traveling to meet with underground groups. the u-s investigated and found nothing. and now there's another concern. three friends of alleged bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev have now been arrested for their alleged involvement after the boston marathon attack. 19 year olds azamat tazhayakov, dias kadyrbayev and robel phillipos all went to school with tsarnaev at the university of massachusetts-dartmouth. two are accused of removing evidence from tsarnaev's dorm room after the attack
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including a backpack containing fireworks and a laptop. tazhayakov and kadyrbayev, both from kazakhstan, were staying in the us on student visas. the only issue? tazhayakov is no longer a student. tazhayakov's returned to kazakhstan in december 2012, according to a us government official. his status as a student at u mass dartmouth was terminated the next month, on january 4th. at this point his student visa should have been invalidated. u mass dartmouth took the proper steps and provided information into the appropriate system for foreign students that he was no longer registered there officials say. but customs and border protection never got the message. when he returned back to the states on january 20th he was granted entry. the department of homeland half reforming the student visa system to ensure that how customs and border protection is provided with real time updates on all relevant student visa information. as of january 2012, more than 850,000 foreign students
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were in the united states enrolled at over 10,000 u.s. schools. tazhayakov - the dhs says - was not a threat at the time. jake tapper. .. >> new tonight at eight. a syrian state news agency is reporting that another israeli missile has hit a military research center near damascus. earlier today there were reports of large explosions. this is file video of the israeli airforce. if confirmed this would become the third israeli attack inside syria this year. the israeli government did confirm that they launched a missile at syria yesterday. the missile targeted a shipment of advanced missiles that were believed to be headed for the lebanese militant group hezbollah. president barack obama says that he still believes that israel is justified in guarding itself against the transfer of advanced weapons to organizations like hezbollah.
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>> jacqueline: it was much cooler along the coastline today temperatures are in the 80s and 90s. 89 degrees in concord. 92 degrees in napa. 90's in the south-bay. and sunnyvale, and cooler in open, 78 degrees. 60s in san francisco. right now, chilly. 56 degrees, 61 degrees in oakland. still, mild away from the coast. as we take a look of the satellite and radar, the clearing conditions over the bay area but the clearing conditions over the sierras. with this low pressure system along the coast. we do not receive this that often but even the chance of rainfall early next week would not-see that that often. will mature
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temperatures and the cloud coverage, details. with much cooler temperatures with much cooler temperatures, details ahead 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 >> hundreds of people were evacuated after a train carrying chemicals derailed and then caught on fire in the students of sandy hook laughed elementary will eventually need to find a permanent school to go to. the sandy hook building task force held its fourth meeting yesterday -- but a new sight has yet to be determined. there are however a handful of options which include consolidating the students into reed elementary or building a brand new facility. while some supporters say that a new building will lead to a fresh start. others say that nothing will take away from the loss that town and people have gone through. >> "whatever we build would be a new building. not a teardown.a new location; a new build." >> "anything we do there is what happened, and i really want that to be understood." many people want to know why the two options for new buildings on nearby riverside road were put on but for some those locations are just too close to the scene of the crime. >> take a look at this.
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a man faints and falls onto the tracks during morning rush hour commute in china. luckily a few people jump down onto the tracks -- risking their own lives in the process to save the injured man. train station staff saw what was going on and hit the emergency braking switch -- stopping all trains from entering the station. the rescuers then managed to pull the man off the tracks to safety. the man later regained conciousness and was reunited with his family. >> new police dashboard video is out - showing reese witherspoon's recent arrest. even so, the actress is trying to move past the incident. witherspoon pleaded no contest and paid a fine thursday, for allegedly interfering with the arrest of her husband on a drunk driving charge. and she offered the world a giant mea culpa. zoraida sambolin has more. >> reporter: hollywood golden girl reese witherspoon is accustomed to the spotlight, but since her disorderly conduct arrest last month she's dodged public appearances. >> "all i can say is i was just panicked." >> reporter: that is until her very public apology on "good morning america' thursday. >> "it's one of those nights. we went out to dinner in atlanta. we had one too many glasses of wine. we thought we were fine to drive and we absolutely were not. it's completely unacceptable and we are so sorry and
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embarrassed and we know better." >> reporter: witherspoon's contrite appearance came just hours before police dashboard video showing her contentious arrest was posted by the web site tmz. >> "i'm a u.s. citizen and i'm allowed to stand on american ground and ask any question i want to ask. you'd better not arrest me. are you kidding me? i'm an american citizen." >> "stop. i told you to get in that car and stay in there, didn't i?" >> reporter: witherspoon's husband, jim toth, who is shown being arrested for driving under the influence, tries to quiet her without success. >> "reese, can you please calm down?" >> "i have to obey your orders?" >> "yes you do." >> "no sir, i do not." >> reporter: seemingly unable to deter the officer from taking her into custody, witherspoon takes a different line of approach. >> "i'm now being arrested and handcuffed? do you know my name, sir?" >> "i don't need to know." >> "you don't need to know my name?" >> "not quite yet. i'll get
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that information." >> "oh really? ok. you're about to find out who i am." >> "that's fine. i'm not real worried about you ma'am." >> reporter: perhaps that's what witherspoon meant by embarrassing. her explanation? >> "i have no idea what i was saying that night. i saw him arresting my husband and i literally panicked. and i said all kinds of crazy things. " >> reporter: adding. >> "i was so disrespectful to him. i have police officers in my family. i work with police officers every day. i know better. and it's just unacceptable." >> reporter: when asked about what she learned from the incident, witherspoon wrapped up her damage control interview with a touch of humor. >> "when a police officer tells you to stay in the car, you stay in the car. i learned that for sure." >> zoraida sambolin, cnn new york. >> reese witherspoon's husband jim toth pleaded guilty to driving under the influence. he's been placed on a 12- month probation. >> teriyaki grill - the hot new trend. coming up on dine and dish - we take you to glaze where they're cooking up teriyaki with a twist. and dashcam video. of a man with a semi-automatic weapon. more news.after this.
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>> frightening video just released of a deadly police shoot out. we want to warn our viewers that some may find the following video disturbing. (shots and explosions and chaos) >> you cover! >> police in middlefield, ohio ended up in a shootout with the suspect when he pulled out a semi-automatic rifle and began firing during a routine traffic stop officers returned fire killing the suspect. at one point it seems as if the suspect asking the officers to kill him. both officers were shot, one in the leg, another in the hand but both are expected to survive. investigators still don't know why the suspect opened fire on the officers.
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>> there is a new hybrid that gives the toyota prius a run for its money. >> jacqueline: temperatures are quite chilly. we are looking for a cool down for tomorrow. rainfall, coming up... wow, the track looks perfect.
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>> quality hybrids are becoming more affordable. this is the 2013 ford fusion this is packed full
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of amazing gas mileage and amazing features and really not that expensive! a good alternative. there are too many hybrids with a small hatchback but this looks like a regular sedan. and ford has this with unbelievable features. with a lane keeper alert system and blinking lights. and also steering wheel vibrations of the blind spot information is due detect vehicles entering your blind spot. and also giving audible warnings of approaching traffic when you are slowly backing up. (beeps) limit this automatically keep you in cruise control and even decrease your speed if you get too close to the
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vehicle in front of you. and also to help the reduce emissions. this auto/start/stop will come to a complete stop and it will instantly start back up when your foot leaves the brake pedal. >> jacqueline: dramatic cooling a specially away from the coast scattered thunderstorms and temperatures leveling out into the 60s and seven ms a
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bit cooler. mild with 50s. with-temperatures a bit more mild. and also 70's. 75 degrees in cupertino. 72 in san jose. also 70's in livermore. 60s for the east bay shore. temperatures in the 50s. and a range of 70's for the north bay. the look at the satellite & righter, this is a bit unusual coming from the west. issues with push in
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from the east. however, from offshore and hovering towards monday/tuesday. the chance of showers as a result and the look on futurecast. notice the increase with local clouds. those will continue for the sierras. we are just seeing some cloud coverage. we will start to see some returns. with drizzle associated with that fog. and the computer model is showing that it is a possible under storm. a look get your extended forecast with much cooler and that chance of scattered thunderstorms. hit/this. tuesday, color conditions. hit/mess. colmar conditions hit and miss...
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this place called glaze. on fillmore street. >> one of the main tendency is to look and see your food being "and it is really kind of a great thing of your food been clocked. >> seattle natives teamed up to bring their home town teriyaki to san francisco. the magic ingredient? >> with a lot of practice & love. >> the chef will not give out his secret so far, it is a hit. >> you can smell that is just even down the street it attracts people. >> it is like the all-star with many people enjoy in the ingredients of the items on the marinade. the great product with all natural check-in. and a great piece of beef for our stake in the salmon is controlled by the
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season. >> i got the salmon with rice. and the honey lemon dressing salad. >> it looks healthy? >> it is healthy. >> maybe because i got brown rice. >> and even fresh coconut water. and the cult favored jacqueline's soda. and even the outdoors the joneses' soda my top is the organic salmon. and the baby green salad with carrot and ginger dressing and also a fresh coconut water. to find out more dine and dish anbout glaze. there would be no rain on this parade despite the poor weather conditions. find out who took home the coming up after the break.
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>> oflet the summer blockbuster season begin - "iron man 3" opens this weekend. here's a preview in now showing. robert downey jr. receive place iron man plays-iron man. as he works to rebuild himself. ♪ >> i have a lot of apologies
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to make. i am so sorry i put you in harm's way. ♪ and also when f. quinn deat gwenyth paltrow and don cheadle. and rated pg-13 last five games that bartolo colon started. but that streak came to an end today as the yankees beat the a's four-to-two. yankees starter phil hughes pitched eight shut out innings. the a's threatened in the ninth inning -- tacking on two runs -- but the yankees managed to close it out. the a's have lost ten of their last fifteen games but remain in second place -- two games behind the rangers. tomorrow they'll finish up their three game series with the yankees. and they're off. the winner of the 139th
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kentucky derby is. orb. he powered his way through a wet track to come away with the win. it gives hall of fame trainer shug mcgaughey his first career victory in the racing classic. normandy invasion grabbed the lead early but faded down the stretch as orb ended up prevailing. orb -- a five-to-one favorite -- ran the one-and- a-quarter-miles in two- minutes-and-two seconds. long shot golden soul came in second and revolutionary came in third. >> jacqueline: i would have a difficult time running a quarter of 1 mi.. >> normandy invasion ended up slipping into forth place. 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. the cooling trend? >> jacqueline: yes, much cooler for the inland valleys. attempts have been in the 80s and 90s. tourists with temperatures in the 80s and 90s, now, the 70's. with
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this low pressure system it is possible the we could see some lingering systems on monday. >>we will see you at 11:00 p.m.. ♪
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the dead boston bomber speaks. >> "et"'s exclusive interview with the fairytale wedding. i'm brooke anderson. >> i'm bob marciano. >> would you like to say your name? >> the chilling voice of an alleged killer. watched the first time on tv. his interview with his boston trainer. the unseen documentary footage. >> why not? you know? >> you better not arrest me. are you kidding me? >> reese's arrest rant. >> i'm an american citizen. >> "et" breaks down the embarrassing footage frame by frame. the handcuffs,


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