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>> marty: what looked outside we are tracking the weekend weather. this is a live look from ourwe are expecting some rain to hit the bay area later this good morning, i'm marty metoeorologist dave spahr is here with what you need to know before you leave the house. >> dave: the breeze on by the metro area then it will be on its way live look going on at the san mateo bridge as a step today to bring some clouds we may start off with or lower rays
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of sun and before all starts to unfold pretty mild in to the mid-50s as you can see off in the far east bay numbers drop court to middle forties. the satellite report shows a green charged a top wall and the north bay getting started becoming across big metro is still expected early in the set this afternoon. pictures not too bad upper 60s for the east bay shoreline oakland 67 by 2:00 we do have the wind shifting westerly and then the general breakdown for today mostly cloudy and noon read in the north bay by that point temperatures still holding mid- 60's passing over the metro. there's a more austere in december and early next week and we do see warm-up and the seven day. >> marty:breaking news this morning. a bus crash in northern spain kills 14 people. 30 are injured. the bus was filled with
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college students. the bus crashed on the highway that links spain with france along the mediterranean. it was carrying about 50 students when it crashed. stay with kron 4 news weekend as we keep you updated on this story all morning long. sot- "how do you feel about not having your bike? kinda depressed." in the south bay. a 16-year-old boy with special needs in san jose is heartbroken after discovering his custom-made bicycle was stolen. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the boy and his
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father -- who are both hoping whoever stole the six-thousand dollar bike brings it back. >> reporter:confined to this wheelchair, 16-year-old ramon avina waits patiently on his balcony overlooking greenlee drive. holding out hope that a thief grows a conscience. sot- "hopefully somebody will return it to me." ramon suffers from a rare central nervous system disorder which limits his mobility. he can't walk, so this customized bike he received from california children services in december provides his only chance to exercise with his father, rafael. sot- "especially saturday and sundays, we walk in this way right into the corner and to the back to that side." sot- "that way he gets to exercise his legs -- now, he's upstairs. nothing to do." rafael says the bike is worth six-thousand dollars. it took about two years to make -- and it was built specifically for his son, making it useless for anyone else. sot- "maybe they think they can
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sell to somebody else for something. i don't know, five dollars, ten dollars, just for a drink or something. i don't know. i don't have no idea." rafael says he noticed the bike was stolen early friday morning. he says it's always locked up on the stairs beneath his apartment. sot- "when i come out by 420 in the morning, i don't find the the avina's have filed a police report and have taken the initial steps to have another bike built. a gofundme account has also been made to help raise funds for a replacement, but the hope is it doesn't get that far. sot- "they can leave it in the street, put a big note on the door, and say your bicycle's on the corner. that's it. i don't want to be in trouble with nobody. i don't want to complain with nobody. i just want my son's bicycle back, because he needs. he needs to keep moving you know and this is the only way he can move his legs." for now, ramon will continue overlooking the balcony, optomistic the bike will pop up. sot- "they touched my son, you know. when they touch your family, whatever you really wants, who you really loves it when you get upset and you have to say something." in san jose, philippe djegal, kron four news.
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>> marty:happening today. it's a historic milestone for u- s - cuban relations. president obama leaves for the first presidential visit to the island nation in nearly *90 -years. take a look at the scene in cuba as they prepare for the visit. you can see signs and plaques with president obama and cuban president raul castro. during the visit, mr. obama is expected to meet with president castro, talk with society leaders, do some sight-seeing and attend a baseball game. the president and first lady the warriors came up short against the san antonio spurs. *but they are still on pace for an nba season record of 73 wins. the leagues two best teams squared off. it was intense from the start. despite golden states incredible season -- the spurs are only three games behind them. the spurs focused on shutting down steph curry. and they did just that. curry didnt make his first and only 3-pointer until the third quarter.
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great dee by the spurs held the warriors to their lowest point total of the year. the sprus win it 87- 79. the dubs have lost their last 33 regular season games in san antonio. they haven't won there since the nineties. their next game against the spurs is on april seventh, at oracle arena. kron four's kate cagle has post game reaction from warrior fans in the east bay. there was an enthusiastic crowd in san leandro for a show down in san antonio "well this is a big game this is like a finals play off game" in factsome called saturday's game against the spur's the nba's game of the year. "a lot of pressure i'm very nervous!" it had been awhile since the warriors have pulled off a win in san antonio. both the warriors and the spurs
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are on pace to post two of the three best records in nba history. the warriors were missing two key players. "we have two bright coaches are moving the chess pieces around now" season ticket holders called the front seats. and ended up disappointed. "right now the bullseye is on our back. they want steph. they want clay." fans hoping their team paces themselves. challenges going forward. we got a long playoff run." "it's all about the championship. it's all about the rings." reporting in san leandro. kron 4 news.
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weekend. a family searching for answers. how a south bay community rallied together to try and bring closure to the family of sierra lamar. plus. more violence erupts at a donald trump rally. and now the campaign manager is accused of getting physical with a protester. we'll show you the video. and for your money. a warning from the i-r-s as you get ready to file your taxes. what you need to know to make sure you don't get scammed.
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welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. taking a live look at kirkwood this morning. >> dave: the track home tonight somewhat roads going on and troubling to the system in the bay area today is a live look back at home. by the noon hour all developed in the north bay as it was hit by the bay area just yet. and then scatters about as and see it going to for
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clock moving through some clearing tries to happen overnight and by today another batch service to develop for monday passing over the bay area metro and then some lingering all the way till about tuesday morning. at the point high pressure starts to build up. we do pick up a little bit in the afternoon breeze and therefore you this afternoon all little bit of a storm ahead if you going on with the work winds along lasting as piquancy at the signal lumbers. for monday and your monday morning. temperatures how they are doing for the east bay middle upper 60s at work and probably this is being credited with the fact that we have all of cloud cover to go through not as much as and way of daytime heating. monday is not far from home welcome in the first week of spring. it is here officially now in the middle of the week high pressure builds here comes the '70s sometimes with these high pressure zones it goes into free
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climate he will approach 80. >> marty:breaking news from overnight. turkish authorities identify the istanbul suicide bomber as a militant with links to isis. two americans were killed in that bombing. it happened saturday on a busy street in istanbul. a total of five people were killed -- and at least 36 were injured. we are learning this morning that two of the israeli victims killed also held american citizenship. turkish authorities say five other suspects have been detained in the investigation. this is the sixth suicide attack in turkey during this year. use
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americans were among those before marines mark and set. for poor because. as a former marine ryan weldon is familiar with walking but saturday morning he completed a monumental march.i walked five thousand miles in four hundred days across the united states to raise awareness for ptsd because twenty two vets take their own life everyday.waiting at ocean beach in san francisco were his most ardent supporters.when he realized that twenty two vets a day commit suicide that was one too many so when he decided to do this walk as his mother i thought he had lost his mind.crazy or not they were there to greet him at the journey's endi can see the ocean, i can see the waves, i can smell the salt in the air. i people about veterans who suffer is.after pushing this cart for five thousand miles
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weldon now intends to start a non profit to continue the mission.he ends this journey today his journey is never going to stop to bring awareness of ptsd.that's my main mission to bring that number of twenty two suicides to none.at ocean beach in san francisco jeff pierce kron four news.
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in national news. a week of shouting and debate on our congressional correspondent alex schuman brings us the week and what's ahead in your capitol edge. nat - "the house will be in order!" the house votes to call the crimes against religious groups by isis - genocide. "it tells you the violations of
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the city!" flint, michigan's water crisis "so the epa is at fault." "i said, i thought we could have done more." "listen, that's political speak. are you at fault or not? yes or "in any respect i guess ms. the committee on oversight and government reform shouted down and questioned the governor of michigan and top officials from the e.p.a. in two different hearings. "you were not in a medically induced coma for a year." e.p.a. to resign. "what happened in flint should never have happened." "if you want to do the courageous thing like you said susan hedman did - than you too plus - senate republicans refuse to consider president obama's supreme court nominee. "so of course, of course, the american people should have a say." senate democrats plan to do lots of media interviews and photo ops - hoping public opinion pressures republicans to at least hold a hearing. next week - the senate will not be on capitol hill. some members will be headed with president obama on a historic trip to cuba. also for the first time in 20 years, the senate held someone in contempt for refusing to show up at a hearing on capitol hill. the senate voted 96 to 0 to hold the ceo of backpage.com - commonly used as a site for human trafficking - in contempt.
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the case now goes to federal court for a judge to require him to provide the information the committee wants. in washington, congressional correspondent alex schuman. and that's your capitol edge. the fugitive arrested for the paris terror attacks has officially been charged. we'll take a look at what's next in france's search for justice. live look outside. golden gate bridge. for the weekned. it's the word wit comedy show. enjoy a variety of stand-up comedy performances. it's happening at the caskhouse bar from 7:00 to 8:30 tonight. it is free to atttend.
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the embarcadero this morning. meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at the forecast. in the south bay - most >> dave: sleeker cloudy story throughout the bay area as you can see most of the tenants for visibility. the images and the other side of '50s and most are in there on the perimeter of the bay forties' not making themselves known. there will be so open and mounds and then the weather advisory this is much more subdued by the winter storm delayed till 5:00 a.m.
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tuesday. 48 in. before 500 ft. elevation with snell's dropping to 04 thousand feet. the so if you're heading back tonight will be after you leave. san jose breakdown 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. about 68 jobs galore 65:00. and the planet forecast by noon call for some rain in the north bay that time. then in the afternoon crossing of the bay area metro a few showers will called mostly cloudy temperature still in the middle set even upper 60s at bear warmth in store for us and the sunday forecast coming up a bit. >> marty: 5 that it release any details the continue worker to get more information on a shooting be will have that as soon as we get it. in the south
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bay this morningthe search for missing teenager sierra lamar has lasted four years and there is still no sign of her body. formal search parties have ended, but a group of volunteers gathered in morgan hill area once more. kron4's averi harper was there to talk to some of the people who hope to bring closure to sierra's family. >> averi: the message for these volunteers is clear finds your alomar the 15 year-old who went missing in 2012. many have been searching for four years and more than a thousand a formal
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searches last seen leaving her home to a school. all the presumed dead her body was never covered. quickly search out the effort was called off more than a year ago these volunteers pledged to keep looking for sierra. . crawling through brush looking at some of the most desolate areas all an effort to bring peace to serous family. the man charged in the disappearance set to stand trial next month. decision 2016.
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more violence erupting at donald trump rallies. this time in tucson, arizona. for a second time this month, a protester is sucker-punched. the demonstrator was being escorted out of the event when a trump supporter punches him in the man who punched the of the event. the incident was also captured on cell phone video. in this video you can clearly see the trump supporter punch the man in the face and then start kicking him after he falls this is the second time that at a trump rally. earlier this month a man punched carolina. that man is now facing assault charges. there is no word if the man inat that same rally. donald trump's campaign manager appears to grab a protester by his collar. the footage shows corey lewandowski reaching for the man's collar as a member of trump's security detail also grabs him from behind.
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but trump's camp says that lewandowski was talking to the protester when somebody else grabbed him. the incident comes after a reporter accused lewandowski of grabbing her by the arm and yanking her backward at a news conference earlier this month. lewandowski has denied that he touched her. and dozens of demonstrators blocked a street outside of another trump rally in arizona. the road was the main entrance to the rally near scottsdale. traffic was backed up for miles due to the demonstration. and three protesters were arrested. so far donald trump has not responded to any of these most recent protests. >> marty:happening now. one of the world's most wanted fugitive's is behind bars. this is paris terror attack suspect salah abdeslam. he was shootout on friday. yesterday, he was charged with
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participation in terrorist but the legal battle is just beginning. reporter steve nannes has the >> reporter: 26 year-old was released from the hospital saturday morning which are charged with participation in the murder and taking part in a terrorist organization. the first presence of the paris prosecutor's believe the process will happen fairly quickly.
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there today and friday, along the process. authorities believe that they were in hiding since the bloodshed and paris the left 430 people dead. an event about keeping your kids safe in the east bay - was paid may remember. we'll explain next on kron. live look outside. san francisco it's macy's flower show in union square. enjoy a stunning display ofit's
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>> marty:you might remember "chip" the bay bridge chicken. yesterday -- "chip" was taken back into custody -- for a good cause. the c-h-p tweeted this photo from the oakland coliseum. yes the handcuffs even came out. this was all part of the "safe free booster seats were given out to parents, along with other info on how to keep children safe and healthy. "chip" the chicken briefly became famous last year. after wandering into the fastrak lanes on the bay bridge. -- and reunited with its owner. take a look at this. in southern florida, more than forty burmese pythons, weighing about one ton, were rounded up by researchers over the last three months.
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for the week ahead. on monday. apple will announce the headliners are expected to be a smaller version of the i- phone and the i-pad pro. cupertino campus. and kron 4 will have coverage of the event beginning during the kron 4 morning news. also on monday. president obama meet with cuban president raul castro and do a little sight seeing. he is the first sitting in almost 90 years. and on tuesday. the presidential primaries move west. voters will make their choices democrats in idaho will caucus for their nominee. donald trump is looking to win big in both states for the g-o- p. and for the democrats. bernie
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sanders is looking to bounce back after a disappointing week in which he lost in all fiveand as always we are tracking the weather. >> dave: 50 in the north bay off the east bay we see plan the fifties until the far east bay's upper 40's we with this demo on and with the the racial epithet in and winds picked up at a few hours of the rain before after. and when so down and the late night and we have that for you in just a bit right now the forecast would have say by the noon hour moderate in spots and then building by the noon hour in the afternoon you can see it
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progressing through the bay area. it clears up to might not totally clear and then we start up and tomorrow morning you notice in the afternoon we of rain at about 3 clocker so will be gone through before fuel showers are left over for tuesday morning and that over the warming phase for the second half a week. in the wings in the morning hours not really heavy. and in the midteens looks like carly estimation the bay area cities and then monday tuesday pre much single digits by that point for the temperatures we keep it upper 60s at work given the far east bay and then not too far behind in the and in the middle of the week thursday seven going on there and then head on to next weekend temperatures sketching in the mid-70s high pressure starts to build we see this weather
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pattern it may even push a few degrees higher than that. >> marty:a lot of people are on edge when it comes to talk about muslims and islam. the combination of heated political rhetoric and terrorist attacks around the world. led one east bay woman who is muslim, to take action. she organized local community gatherings to open a broader dialogue between followers of moore has the story you will see only on kron 4. 1130-especially after san bernardino shootings i thought what can i do to reach out to the community and people that have never met a muslim and probably not going to meet a muslim on their own -1142 "meet a muslim". ive read some books where woman in the middle east are made to
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wear a burka. muslims make up less than one percent of the u-s population. and a recent pew research survey found. fewer than half of americans even know someone who is muslim. but those who do, rate muslims more favorably than those who do not. moina says, her next "meet a muslim" gathering will be held tuesday at 7-pm - at the
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connections counseling center in fremont.
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happening today. it is the first official day of spring! or the exact moment of the vernal equinox. that is when the sun's rays are directly over the equator. but while your calendar might say spring, when you look out hanging around. a snowstorm could hit parts of the mid-atlantic and northeast on sunday. as much as a foot of snow is england area as well. we are expecting some rain here later today, and snow in the sierra.
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take a look at this. thanks to all the storms combined with a lot of sunshine, flowers are blooming in death valley. for the first time in more then color! this is unofficially known as the "super bloom." unusual october storms lead to fields full of beautiful gold, purple, and white flowers. the rare sight has attracted many tourists. hotels close to the bloom are booked until mid-april. park officials say the bloom should last for some time. pope francis has entered the digital age. he gained one million followers on instagram in under 12 hours. that is a record if you were wondering. the previous record to reach one-million followers was 24 hours by former soccer star david beckham. his first photo was posted saturday, it shows him kneeling in prayer. the caption "pray for me" in 9 languages. the pope's instagram handle is "franciscus."
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>> dave: there is the conceit upstream with the cali lsi of all this the help those nice warm sunshine but the troublesome and if forecast coming
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we are tracking the weekend this is a live look from our we are expecting some rain to hit the bay area later this afternoon. good morning, i'm marty metoeorologist dave spahr is here with what you need to know
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unc >> dave: some thunder clouds in this bargain scattershot or event. winds that had a strong on a float short at work. scattered showers upstream and it will be the key issue scattered temperatures for you on the east bay shoreline oakland 67 at 2:00. and quit the club cover dropping back down through the '60s and the late afternoon evening. here planning purposes by
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rain in the north bay and by that time attracting across the bay area metro. there will be some more on monday to a thicket half the 70 forecast of a warming trend and details on that coming up. >> marty: lisa did the scene and oakland at happened at harrison and officers just confirmed last 15 minutes one person was killed in that incident. if not said how many people involved what may of been the reason for the shooting we're working to get the information for you will get that as soon as it comes available. >> marty:breaking news this morning. a kills 14 people. 30 are injured. the bus was filled with college emergency rescue workers are on scene still trying to pull people from the wreck. the bus crashed on the highway that links spain with france it was carrying about 50 students when it crashed.
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sot- "how do you feel about not having your bike? kinda depressed." in the south bay. a 16-year-old boy with special needs in san jose is heartbroken after discovering his custom- made bicycle was stolen. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the boy and his father -- who are both hoping whoever stole the six-thousand dollar bike brings it back. confined to this wheelchair, 16- year-old ramon avina waits patiently on his balcony overlooking greenlee drive.
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sot- "hopefully somebody will return it to me." ramon suffers from a rare central nervous system disorder he can't walk, so this customized bike he received from california children services in chance to exercise with his sot- "especially saturday and sundays, we walk in this way right into the corner and to the back to that side." sot- "that way he gets to exercise his legs -- now, he's upstairs. nothing to do." rafael says the bike is worth six-thousand dollars. it took about two years to make -- and it was built specifically for his son, making it useless for anyone else. sot- "maybe they think they can sell to somebody else for something. i don't know, five dollars, ten dollars, just for a drink or something. i don't know. i don't have no idea."
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was stolen early friday morning. he says it's always locked up on the stairs beneath hissot- "when i come out by 420 in the morning, i don't find the bicycle." the avina's have filed a police report and have taken the bike built. a gofundme account has also been made to help raise funds for a replacement, but the hope is it doesn't get that far. sot- "they can leave it in the street, put a big note on the the corner. that's it. i don't want to be in trouble with nobody. i don't want to complain with nobody. i just want my son's bicycle back, because he needs. he needs to keep moving you know and this is the only way he can move his legs." for now, ramon will continue overlooking the balcony, optomistic the bike will pop up.sot- "they touched my son, you know. when they touch your family, whatever you really wants, who you really loves it when you get upset and you have to say something." in san jose, philippe djegal, kron four news. happening today. it's a historic milestone for u- s - cuban relations. president obama leaves for the first presidential visit to the island nation in nearly *90 -years. take a look at the scene in cuba as they prepare for the visit.
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you can see signs and plaques with president obama and cuban president raul castro. during the visit, mr. obama is expected to meet with president castro, talk with society leaders, do some sight-seeing and attend a baseball game. the president and first lady arrive later today. against the san antonio spurs. *but they are still on pace for an nba season record of 73 wins. the leagues two best teams squared off. it was intense from the start. despite golden states incredible season -- the spurs are only three games behind them. the spurs focused on shutting down steph curry. and they did just that. curry didnt make his first and only 3-pointer until the third quarter. great dee by the spurs held the warriors to their lowest point
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total of the year. the sprus win it 87- 79. the dubs have lost their last 33 regular season games in san antonio. they haven't won there since the nineties. their next game against the spurs is on april seventh, at oracle arena. kron four's kate cagle has post game reaction from warrior fans there was an enthusiastic crowd in san leandro for a show down in san antonio like a finals play off game" in factsome called saturday's game against the spur's the nba's game of the year. "a lot of pressure i'm very nervous!" it had been awhile since the warriors have pulled off a win in san antonio. both the warriors and the spurs are on pace to post two of the history.
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the warriors were missing two key players. "we have two bright coaches are now" season ticket holders called the front seats. and ended up disappointed. "right now the bullseye is on fans hoping their team paces themselves. .because they have more big challenges going forward. "honestly i want them healthy. we got a long playoff run." "it's all about the championship. it's all about the rings." kate cagle still ahead on kron 4 news how a south bay community rallied together to try and bring closure to the family of sierra lamar. plus. more violence erupts at a
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and now the campaign manager is we'll show you the video. and for your money. a warning from the i-r-s as you get ready to file your taxes. what you need to know to make sure you don't get scammed.
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weekend. for your money, here are the stories that could impact your the i-r-s says it has seen a 400 per-cent surge in phishing and malware incidents this tax it issued a consumer alert on its website warning taxpayers that it is seeing more and more scammers posing as the i-r-s or tax software companies. according to the alert, scammers aimed at getting your personal information. the i-r-s warns links included in such messages may include malware that can infect your still ahead. a man on a mission. a former marine marches five thousand miles -- all for a good cause. our cameras were rolling when he
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crossed the finish line. live look outside. bay bridge toll plaza. for the weekned. it's sunday funday in berkeley. enjoy outdoor theatre, music along with specials on food and drinks. it's happening along shattuck 12:00 to 5:00. it is free to attend.
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welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. taking a live look at kirkwood
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>> dave: really the most that we get into in the second really have to do with tomorrow. as the good news as well live look at the golden gate. from yesterday little tougher player for today and then here's a we have going on this advisory another winter storm warning kicking and 11:00 a.m. tomorrow till 5:00 a.m. tuesday and then 48 in. above
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4,500 ft. in elevation only done 4000 at 453000 so forth a little higher later this season it will lower like that feature cast for we get into the showers the rain in the north bay this project. area metro by 4:00 in the currency and then we get a break in the action this evening overnight and morning 10:00 a.m. another batch but that area metro by midafternoon. and that all the way to a tuesday morning to see a shift. temperatures along the
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peninsula by shoreline in the peninsula becomes bring in big force middle '70s and to next week and. >> marty:breaking news from overnight. turkish authorities identify the istanbul suicide bomber as a militant with links to isis. two americans were killed in that bombing. it happened saturday on a busy street in istanbul. a total of five people were killed -- and at least 36 were we are learning this morning that two of the israeli victims killed also held american other suspects have been detained in the investigation. this is the sixth suicide attack authorities. he offered
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thoughts officials 10/the checks could reach north concord and pittsburgfewer train cars systemwide means more crowded cars. it also road as some people avoid taking the train. bart has been working all weekend long to pinpoint where the power surges are coming re-open tomorrow. but - it will take months to get all the train cars back in service. a former marine's five thousand mile march ended saturday in san kron4's jeff pierce reports it was all for a good cause. as a former marine ryan weldon is familiar with walking but monumental march.i walked five thousand miles in four hundred days across the united states to raise awareness for ptsd because twenty two vets take their own life everyday.waiting at ocean beach in san francisco were his most ardent supporters.when he realized that twenty two vets a day commit suicide that was one too many so when he decided to do this walk as his mother i thought he had lost his mind.crazy or not they were
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there to greet him at the journey's endi can see the ocean, i can see the waves, i can smell the salt in the air. i have every emotion you can have trans continental trek ryan weldon spoke to thousands of journey is because i still get is ptsd. if i get that question society is not being aware of jeff pierce kron four news. live look outside. richmond for the weekned. it's purim unmasked in san francisco. enjoy live music, magicians and festive food. it is happening at the san francisco jewish community afternoon. it is free to attend.
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>> reporter: this man did not one but three separate tickets pay attention i'll explain all this here's a tip if there's a crackdown going on did not park illegally in a disabled parking spot for starters. this man in handcuffs did just that with a few additional problems sitting in his car on the day of step was in full the affect. officer
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of menlo park police department patrolling a motorcycle rollover. the trevor's these buyers and tosses. he claimed yet at the coke can discard. the response was his medical carter was in the city council. center consul. but potter was tested and came back positive for mfn after being read his rights he admitted it was cocaine. a brief chat with him. his car was towed
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a issued three tickets partner and a single spot and $50 possession of marijuana and then i come to the point possession of a controlled substance of $20,000 fine but because of prop. 47 reduced to 7500 misdemeanor.
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get to know us at aarp.org/possibilities >> marty:welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. >> dave: scattered showers in the afternoon snub in the mountains a live look for it at the san mateo bridge in the way of some sign hazy is showing through a little bit too the east as you well know.
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entablatures and mid-50s territory with some solar heating we get in the '60s than 50 livermore right now pleasanton 4954 for san arose and that the checks and at this hour. and that looks like the selling rate are the system in see odyssey have your commitment of rain in california now this will strike the north bay by the new our spots of heavy moderate rain coat there will be repeating tomorrow even ended tuesday morning after that the warming trend in discussing that in just a bit.
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>> marty:in the south bay - the search for missing teenager sierra lamar has lasted four years and there is still no sign of her body. formal search parties have ended, but a group of volunteers gathered in morgan hill yesterday to look through the area once more. kron4's averi harper was there to talk to some of the people who hope to bring closure to sierra's family. >> averi: of closure after four years of searching. message for these volunteers is clear find the 15 year-old who went missing in thousand 12. the looking at
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throughout most desolate areas it's all in effort to bring peace to serous family.
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>> marty:decision 2016. more violence erupting at donald trump rallies. this time in tucson, arizona. for a second time this month, a protester is sucker-punched. the demonstrator was being escorted out of the event when a trump supporter punches him in the face. the man who punched the protester was also escorted out of the event. the incident was also captured on cell phone video. in this video you can clearly the man in the face and then to the ground. this is the second time that something like this has happened earlier this month a man punched carolina. that man is now facing assault charges. there is no word if the man in arizona will face charges. at that same rally. donald trump's campaign manager appears to grab a protester by his the footage shows corey lewandowski reaching for the man's collar as a member of trump's security detail also grabs him from behind.
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lewandowski was talking to the protester when somebody else grabbed him. the incident comes after a grabbing her by the arm and yanking her backward at a news lewandowski has denied that he get happening now. coming up. >> reporter: along with key but is getting ready to cut all
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u.s. economic environment congress still in place of, has not sure how much the leaders will open their economy return. >> reporter: full for new areas of public what 5. and that is what was restricted in the world and keep up.
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also on monday. president obama will continue his trip to cuba. and on tuesday. the presidential primaries move west. voters will make their choices in arizona and utah. while democrats in idaho will caucus for their nominee. donald trump is looking to win sanders is looking to bounce back after a disappointing week and as always we are tracking the weather. >> dave: lot of the clouds overhead tablatures of mid-50s over most the region in fact upper '40's of toward the east antioch pleasant 1049 livermore at 50 c at oakland coming in at about 56 with that in the next batch of rain shower you see working heavier coming in the
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north as the notice. and for this also packaged and is the winter weather advisory and then all of and tomorrow morning until five tuesday morning a general idea with all of this image is of 500 ft. in elevation and then dropping to about 4,000 ft. and then the heavy rain in the north bay over the metro area by four and then down to the south we get a break in the action and into tomorrow morning or brain develops in the north bay spring of the bay area metro toro afternoon and then as some lessor sprinkles will cover over the region tuesday morning before we start clear out and earn as with the high pressure building coupled with the rain today we will have some uptake on those winds not enough for advisory as it stays a pre much in the teens department treating pre quickly into this late afternoon evening's single digits. winds will not be a major factor a thing to know what we're talking about for
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today temperatures east bay shoreline upper 60s we do for today and the 74 cast of corsica do better luck this. in the middle of the week that's when the time really starts to happen high pressure that starts to build and sometimes a pattern not only does the repel systems from the pacific also puts the fun on the scale the push numbers even a little higher. and right now mid-70s its next week and enjoys some real flavor of spring. a lot of people are on edge when it comes to talk about muslims and islam. the combination of heated political rhetoric and terrorist attacks around the world. led one east bay woman who is muslim, to take action. she organized local community gatherings to open a broader dialogue between followers of islam and their neighbors. pam only on kron 4. 1130-especially after san bernardino shootings i thought what can i do to reach out to the community and people that have never met a muslim and probably not going to meet a muslim on their own -1142
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track - this gathering is called "meet a muslim". ive read some books where woman in the middle east are made to wear a burka. muslims make up less than one >> reporter: for is to reach out and get this paul miss it conceptions about muslims and sometimes lead to fear tension and violence. they've raised
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best pecan. followers point out that they're just like in christianity but many different people who practice a bit differently they practiced in fairly indifferent cultures and countries around the world and always people who do harm in the name of religion. the muslim community blames the media for focusing on islam when there is a terror attack.
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percent of the u-s population. and a recent pew research survey found. fewer than half of americans even know someone who is muslim. but those who do, those who do not. moina says, her next "meet a muslim" gathering will be held tuesday at 7-pm - at the connections counseling center in fremont. for the weekned. it's opera on tap in san francisco. check out this alternative take on classical opera shows. it's happening at the rite spot from 7:00 to 9:00. it is free to attend.
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depressed." in the south bay. a 16-year-old boy with special needs in san jose is heartbroken after discovering his custom- made bicycle was stolen.
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confined to this wheelchair, 16- year-old ramon avina waits patiently on his balcony overlooking greenlee drive. holding out hope that a thief grows a conscience. sot- "hopefully somebody will return it to me." ramon suffers from a rare central nervous system disorder which limits his mobility. he can't walk, so this customized bike he received from california children services in december provides his only chance to exercise with his father, rafael. sot- "especially saturday and sundays, we walk in this way right into the corner and to the upstairs. nothing to do."
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rafael says the bike is worth six-thousand dollars. it took about two years to make -- and it was built specifically for his son, making it useless for anyone else. sot- "maybe they think they can dollars, ten dollars, just for a drink or something. i don't rafael says he noticed the bike report and have taken thethe warriors came up short against the san antonio spurs.
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*but they are still on pace for >> marty:the leagues two best teams squared off. it was intense from despite golden states incredible season -- the spurs are only three games behind them. the spurs focused on shutting down steph curry. and they did curry didnt make his first and only 3-pointer until the third great dee by the spurs held the the dubs have lost their last 33 regular season games in san antonio. they haven't won there since the nineties. spurs is on april seventh, at game reaction from warrior fans in the east bay. there was an enthusiastic crowd in san leandro for a show down in san antonio "well this is a big game this is like a finals play off game" in factsome called saturday's game against the spur's the nba's game of the year. "a lot of pressure i'm very nervous!" it had been awhile since the warriors have pulled off a win in san antonio. both the warriors and the spurs are on pace to post two of the three best records in nba
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the warriors were missing two "we have two bright coaches are moving the chess pieces around season ticket holders called the front seats. and ended up disappointed. "right now the bullseye is on our back. they want steph. they want clay." fans hoping their team paces .because they have more big challenges going forward. "honestly i want them healthy. we got a long playoff run." "it's all about the championship. it's all about the rings." reporting in san leandro. kate cagle kron 4 news. hoffstill ahead on kron 4 news
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weekend. a family searching for answers. bring closure to the family of plus. more violence erupts at a and now the campaign manager is accused of getting physical with a warning from the i-r-s as you get ready to file your taxes. what you need to know to make
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welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. for your money, here are the stories that could impact your bottom line. apple is expected to go small on monday during its spring press conference. they are expected to introduce a smaller version of the i-phone, and the i-pad pro. the event will take place at apple's cupertino campus. it's a modest venue that holds fewer reporters and guests than other popular apple event locations. kron four's tech reporter gabe slate will be there tomorrow morning. he'll have updates throughout the day. if you've been noticing a lot of tax-related spam this year. you're not alone. the i-r-s says it has seen a 400
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per-cent surge in phishing and malware incidents this tax season. it issued a consumer alert on its website warning taxpayers that it is seeing more and more scammers posing as the i-r-s or tax software companies. according to the alert, scammers are sending out emails and texts aimed at getting your personal information. the i-r-s warns links included in such messages may include malware that can infect your computer. still ahead. a man on a mission. a marine veteran marches five thousand miles -- all for a good cause. our cameras were rolling when he crossed the finish line. live look outside. bay bridge toll plaza. for the weekned. it's sunday funday in berkeley. enjoy outdoor theatre, music along with specials on food and drinks. it's happening along shattuck and university avenues from 12:00 to 5:00. it is free to attend.
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welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at the forecast. light rain will continue to >> dave: another dose of snow or rain coming for us in the bay area and an ice passover not something that will interrupt too much going on for you today and at the bay bridge to look for you with the stratus clouds the continued hangover and then over some parts the bay area we get to those temperatures we talk about to reach the lower
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'70s to the satellite radar picture looks like in the north bay and must iran is developing dundas also looking for that dusk in the will be coming over by this afternoon. and how it shakes up for winter weather advisory of you that we had for you expect 11:00 a.m. monday the 5:00 a.m. tuesday this is the winter weather advisory zone. 48 in. above 4,500 ft. and so on to about 4,500 ft. elevation by tuesday morning had time for this rain for you in the north bay but the net new our hitting the bay area metro and then it's broken up as you notice a little more broken up from models issued yesterday. as for ursulines are concerned a little bit in the way of the teens it
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will not last very long it will determine the winds that merit an advisory or intensity and not particularly very high. upper 60s to work almost about 70 and then down on the south bay or all this will be delayed and timing green and some of the brain. and our '70s happening by the late afternoon. and then we do see warm-up happening with the precipitation by wednesday thursday and starting to see it 70 degrees or so
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>> marty:happening now in the east bay: bart workers are trying to fix an electrical problem that service remains shutdown between north concord and pittsburg means more crowded cars. it also could mean more vehicles on the road as some people avoid taking the train. bart has been working all weekend long to pinpoint where the power surges are coming from. fix the damaged train cars. officials tell us there is a small chance the tracks could all the train cars back in breaking news from overnight. militant with links to isis. two americans were killed in that bombing. it happened saturday on a busy street in istanbul. a total of five people were killed -- and at least 36 were injured. we are learning this morning that two of the israeli victims killed also held american citizenship.
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turkish authorities say five other suspects have been detained in the investigation. this is the sixth suicide attack russia official appellate lan and straw when some of visibility is a has been role of the crash. a marine veteran's five thousand mile march ended saturday in san francisco. kron4's jeff pierce reports it was all for a good cause.
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as a former marine ryan weldon is familiar with walking but saturday morning he completed a monumental march.i walked five thousand miles in four hundred days across the united states to raise awareness for ptsd because twenty two vets take their own life everyday.waiting at ocean beach in san francisco were his most ardent supporters.when he realized that twenty two vets a day commit suicide that was one too many so when he decided to do this walk as his mother i thought he had lost his mind.crazy or not they were there to greet him at the journey's endi can see the ocean, i can see the waves, i can smell the salt in the air. i have every emotion you can have in your body right now.along his trans continental trek ryan weldon spoke to thousands of people about veterans who suffer from post traumatic stress disorder.the reason i do this journey is because i still get fifteen twenty times a day what is ptsd. if i get that question society is not being aware of how serious this condition is.after pushing this cart for five thousand miles weldon now intends to start a non profit to continue the mission.he ends this journey today his journey is never going to stop to bring awareness of ptsd.that's my main mission to bring that number of twenty two suicides to none.at ocean beach in san francisco jeff pierce kron four news.
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festive food. earlier this week there was a major crackdown on bad drivers in burlingame. officers from all over san mateo county, including the highway patrol, issued 200 tickets. one man managed to get more than one -- but those tickets could have been easily avoided. you don't want to miss how. this man is getting not one but three separate tickets, pay close attention and i will explain all of them. but here is a tip, if there is a crackdown going on in any illegally in a disabled parking this man in handcuffs did just that, with a few additional problems, allow me to explain he was sitting in his car in
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burlingame on the day a step crackdown was in full effect step stands for san mateo county saturation traffic enforcement program there were 22 traffic officers patrolling the city looking for people behaving badly officer bayers of the menlo park police department .patrolling on an all electric motorcycle rolled up in the driver rolling power on said blunt the driver sees the officer and tosses the weed, partially while powder on the car. he claimed he had a medical cannibus card i can't find you medical marajuiana card but i found a bunch of baggies with some white substance in it alright so his response was his medical card was in the center console i went through the center console that where i found your white baggies and these aint weed he denied any knowledge of the white powder in the baggies the white power was tested by a san mateo county sheriff duputy and came back positive for meth however after being read his rights he admiteed it was cocaine i hade a brief chat with him about the cocaine you didn't realize you had bages know i thought i was hiding it pretty well obviously i didn't you're going to leave the habit alone not right you know that's a bad habit yea i know so last
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time im not going see you again promise me promise you fist bump bad in the end his car was towed and he was issued three tickets parking in the disabled spot $350 possision of marajuana by a driver $367 with a point and possission of a controlled sustance which normally carries a 20 thousand dollar fine. but because of prop 47 it's been i got caught behaving badly just think has he simply parked illegally he probably wouldn't have brought all that unwanted saying in burlingame stanley roberts kron 4 news.
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weekend. meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at the forecast. >> dave: we have showers shopping in the mature later today with it will be broken up in south and so far here is progress it will be shipping to the south east bay as the day starts to progress a live look at the bay bridge as you will. some sun making its presence and
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a little bit of that wants to help out temperatures in the upper 60s. in the mid-50s pretty much in this trend most of the region as you notice a little cooler in the far east bay 51 pleasanton livermore at 54. that's for temperatures and back to the selling rate are you see it moving from the salt less to the north east it starts turning out to the city later on today dipping down to the '60s and the north bay and the noon hour. in oakland a breakdown 67 or so by 2:00 rain is expected to spread out by 4:66 tropical more to lower 60s and the southeast southwest winds 10 to 15 noting. a breakdown by noon ec confined in the north bay at that point may upper 60s and then a change at 4:00 mostly cloudy some breaks to start happening in the overnight more rain is it do it tomorrow afternoon as well very
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scattered spread allen and then into tuesday. >> marty:in the south bay - the search for missing teenager sierra lamar has lasted four years and there is still no sign of her body. formal search parties have ended, but a group of volunteers gathered in morgan hill yesterday to look through the kron4's averi harper was there to talk to some of the people who hope to bring closure to sierra's family. volunteer >> averi: is a morgan hill looking for any sign of sierra and they want closure for her family after four years of searching. this is a scene
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leaving home although presumed dead body was never recovered. >> marty:decision 2016.
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more violence erupting at donald trump rallies. this time in tucson, arizona. for a second time this month, a protester is sucker-punched. the demonstrator was being escorted out of the event when a trump supporter punches him in the face. protester was also escorted out of the event. the incident was also capturedin this video you can clearly the man in the face and then start kicking him after he falls to the ground. something like this has happened earlier this month a man punched a protester at a rally in north carolina. that man is now facing there is no word if the man in arizona will face charges. collar. the footage shows corey lewandowski reaching for the man's collar as a member of trump's security detail also grabs him from behind. but trump's camp says that lewandowski was talking to the protester when somebody else grabbed him. the incident comes after a
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reporter accused lewandowski of grabbing her by the arm and yanking her backward at a news touched her. and dozens of demonstrators blocked a street outside of the road was the main entrance to the rally near scottsdale. traffic was backed up for miles due to the demonstration. and three protesters were arrested. so far donald trump has not responded to any of these most recent protests. happening today. president obama will make his historic trip to cuba. he will be the first sitting u-s president to visit the country in almost 90 years. the trip comes after a breakthrough in relations including the easing of travel restrictions. c-n-n's patrick oppmann has more on how this visit could impact both countries. its been a long wait but cuba is getting ready to welcome a u- s president. after 50 years of isolation from america, cubans are elated that relations with the u-s have improved to the point that an american president is visiting for the first time
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in 88 years. alejandro ended his studies to drive tourists in a 1950 chevrolet, earning more in an hour than he would have pulled down as an engineer in a month. he says he hopes to soon drive more americans. "i am only 21 years old. i never thought a us president would visit cuba. i hope that relations improve between the us and cuba, that the economic situation gets better, that's what cuba really needs." while the u-s economic embargo --which only congress can lift-- is still in place, obama has dulled some of the sanctions' sharpest teeth. it's not clear how much cuba's communist leaders will open the economy in return. already the opening with the u-s has changed some cuban'' lives. cici and her family sing happy birthday to her grandfather israel who is she is grateful for new areas with public wifi that the internet in cuba is some of the most restricted in the world. president obama has vowed to push for more access. "i am hoping for a little more flexibility now maybe to visit
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since we've been able to see them. now at least thanks to this we can see them on the long." some cubans are looking to mark the historic occasion by engaging in a little capitalism. crafts maker buby cañosa is "i think it's a gesture, something historic. his visit is this keepsake with them: obama in cuba" obama's visit is just one step in building trust between two countries that for decades were on opposite sides of the cold waited their whole lives for this moment. "ya era hora," is what cubans we spoke to told us about the new beginning with america. it was time. patrick oppmann--cnn havana.
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coming up. a visit by a chicken that you may remember. at an event about keeping your kids safe. we'll explain next on kron. live look outside. san francisco it's macy's flower show in union square. enjoy a stunning display of flowers, along with food and art. 11:00 to 7:00 tonight. it is free to attend.
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now on kron-4 news weekeknd: the four things you need to know for the on monday. apple will announce some of its newest products. the headliners are expected to phone and the i-pad pro. cupertino campus. and kron 4 will have coverage of the event beginning during the kron 4 morning news. also on monday. president obama will continue his trip to cuba. the president is expected to meet with cuban president raul castro and do a little sight seeing. he is the first sitting president to visit the country in almost 90 years. and on tuesday. the presidential
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primaries move west. voters will make their choices in arizona and utah. while democrats in idaho will caucus for their nominee. big in both states for the g-o- p. and for the democrats. bernie sanders is looking to bounce back after a disappointing week in which he lost in all five states that voted last tuesday. and as always we are tracking the weather. a chance of rain tonight and tomorrow before it starts to heat back up. meteorologist dave spahr is here with a look at the forecast. spread across the north bay this morning and down area by >> dave: his word is on storm trecker north of santa rosa you notice heavier rain showers in north bay hills and then this will be spreading out across the bay area metroliner on sunday. looks like in the early afternoon live shot if he will of the golden gate bridge
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continuing with a lot of stratus cloud cover almost a clarice story for most folks. this will also be mounting snow winter weather advisory posted in the mounds this officially kicks into morning at 11 until tuesday at 5 and 48 in. of snow and sells down to about 4,000 ft. by tuesday morning and by the noon hour most of the rain starts to spread out over a good portion of the north bay and then over the metro by midafternoon and then it is quite scared about their scattered showers rain will probably do it and then 10:00 a.m. tomorrow another batch again across the bay area metro until tomorrow afternoon and left over by tuesday morning with a fewshowers that will be for the rain part of the forecast. until we go with a warm-up and this is also coupled with a win is a little bit of a
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breeze not quite windy and then not enough to merit a wind advisory in terms of length and strength with all that. winds will be into the double digits this afternoon for a short time and temperatures in the north bay lower 50s here a little warmer to the south and then in east bay east bay shoreline middle to upper 60s to be found every where will be coming in the sunday forecast spring coming a '70s to about tuesday. and then saturday 74 with a sigh pressure building temperatures can be a little warmer than that and get a look out the see how warm it will be. >> marty: key political rhetoric and terrorist threats from the world when e split woman. she organized local community gatherings to open a broader islam and their neighbors. pam moore has the story you will see 1130-especially after san bernardino shootings i thought what can i do to reach out to the community and people that
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have never met a muslim and probably not going to meet a muslim on their own -1142 "meet a muslim". ive read some books where woman in the middle east are made to wear a burka. >> reporter: no questions off- limits the third is rich and talk and dispel misconceptions about islam and any ignorance about muslims that might sometimes lead to fear tension violence. born in pakistan she
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her husband lived in fremont for 34 years they've raised four children here and she has received commendations for her work in the interface community and for social justice. those
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who practice differently muslims practice as well in cultures countries are on a world there are always people who do harm in the name of religion. in the community blames the media for focusing on islam when there is a terror attack.
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>> marty:muslims make up less than one percent of the u-s population. and a recent pew research survey found. fewer than half of those who do not. moina says, her next "meet a tuesday at 7-pm - at the connections counseling center in for the weekned. it's opera on tap in san check out this alternative take on classical opera shows. from 7:00 to 9:00. it is free to attend.
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>> marty: some car blocked the driveway contra costa fire station at 730 this morning the body was found badly injured unclear what the cause of death was or the injury took place the sheriff's office is calling the death suspicious we have the latest for you tonight on kron 4 news and a clock all day long on our website kron4news-dot-com >> dave: talking about showers in then across the north bay piquancy and storm tracker north of santa rosa some of the heavier rain showers are and a few of scattered showers or is noting auto and not the center fielder use the off toward the coast more action is to be found woman's no winter
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weather advisory in place tomorrow morning until 5:00 a.m. tuesday for 8 in. above 4,500 ft. in so-called point of 44,000 ft. to its onetime fellow for you again talking up a new and our its busy and the north bay spreads out over the bay area metro is still scattered showers are rising and clearing up overnight just a touch before another dose of rain starts to build tomorrow morning spreading out in the bay area metro by the bad afternoon monday afternoon them by tomorrow night again selling down a bit. >> dave: mid-70s a looks like next weekend and then yesterday was a pretty decent day on balance public for all the snow in the weekend.
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>> joel osteen: may god bless you. it's a joy to come into your homes. and if you're ever in our area, please stop by and be a part of one of our services. i promise you we'll make you feel right at home. but i like to start with something funny. and i heard about this 84-year-old woman. she went on a blind date with a 93-year-old man. when she returned home to her daughter's house, she seemed kind of upset. and her daughter asked her what was wrong, and she said, "i had to slap him three times." she said, "you mean he tried to get fresh?" she said, "no, i thought he was dead."

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