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(justine) this is video from a past may day ... there are several other may day events in the bay area planned for monday... in san francisco, people will protest outside of the ice office on sansome street at 8am. plus, a rally is planned at 11am in justin herman plaza, followed by a march to civic center and
in oakland, a rally will start at 3pm at fruitvale plaza. with a march at 4pm heading to san antonio park. also, a few high schools have noted students will be walking out of class tomorrow... and marching down international boulevard. (justine) about 400 city workers in sunnyvale will strike tomorrow... on international workers' day. most city offices will be closed. union employees have not received a raise for over five years. in the last round of negotiations, the city offered a 10-percent raise and 6-thousand dollar bonus. union leaders are asking for a 14-percent raise. critical public health and safety workers, including police, fire crews and garbage collectors will remain on duty through the strike. (justine) for a full list of may day events- head to out website kron4.com. you can also download the free kron four mobile app - to alert you of any new information... (jr stone) breaking news- it appears there won't be a federal government shutdown,
at least for now. top capitol hill negotiators have reached an agreement on a one trillion-dollar plus spending bill that would fund the day-to-day operations of virtually every federal agency until october first. the "catchall spending bill" would be the first major piece of bi- partisan legislation to advance during president trump's presidency. the measure rejects white house proposals to cut popular programs such as funding medical research and community development grants. it adds 15- billion dollars to strengthen the military. it also does not include money for a wall along the u-s mexico border. police say a half moon bay man accused of hitting a cyclist on highway one this weekend didn't just leave the scene of the crime but he also had the victim's bike dragging under his car.kron four's spencer blake reports from the stretch of the highway where the deadly crash happened.
(looklive)this lane of northbound highway one was closed for a few hours saturday morning when first responders learned about a man lying on the side of the road. (pkg)this cyclist saw some of the commotion going on. "traffic was slow actually right here south of where all this blue tubing is. they had it all blocked off."paramedics say the man died there on the road.california highway patrol noticed several pieces of debris and other evidence that led them to believe the victim had been riding a bike, but niether the bike, nor the driver who hit him, were there. "there was two or three highway patrol vehicles, and guys kneeling down measuring stuff, so i figured there was some kind of accident; i didn't know what it was."c-h-p officer art montiel says they eventually found out the bike the man had been riding, got dragged away - lodged underneath an s-u-v."being hit by a car, that's sure a possibility. but hit and run, that's just - this is such a nice, friendly little area." soon, c-h-p was able to trace the evidence to an address near the scene of the hit-and-
run, close to furtado lane. they arrested angel gongora on suspicion of a deadly hit- and-run.(nats)the highway, which is one lane in each direction to begin with, is particularly narrow at the spot of the collision."it's good, but it's really hard to pass by up there because it's really dangerous."that's why this man wasn't the only one we found taking an alternate trail on the ásafe side of the guardrail.the area may have been busier than normal, too, because it was a saturday. "weekends are definitely a lot more because a lot of non-half moon bay people come over here, so there's extra traffic because of that on this stretch of one."the lane is back open, and gongora is in the san mateo county jail.in unincorporated half moon bay, spencer blake, kron four news. (justine) tragedy for a family in the east bay. a toddler was killed after he was run over by a car in the parking lot at shopping center. this happened yesterday afternoon at the shopping center off decoto and alvarado-niles roads in union city. police say the 23-month-old boy darted away
from his parents who were shopping in a store... and ran into the parking lot. that is when a slow moving car hit the boy. he became trapped underneath it. the driver is cooperating with the investigation. this appears to police to be a tragic accident. we now know the name of the man found dead on the oakland waterfront. police have identified the victim as kevin mulholland of alameda. the 48-year-old's body was found around eight friday morning beneath a pier near the embarcadero. it is unclear how mulholland ended up there. but officers say there were no obvious signs of foul play. an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow. (justine) in los angeles... police are investigating whether two suspects arrested for a carjacking are connected to a shooting rampage that killed one and injured three others. according to police-- a man and woman matching the description of the shooting suspects were taken into custody last night outside a motel in whittier. authorities say the suspects
opened fire while driving around in a vehicle. this was after a woman was attacked in the pico rivera area. one man was transfered to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. the victim of the carjacking was unharmed. (jr stone) in sonoma county. a preliminary magnitude 4.0 earthquake woke up many residents this morning. it struck just after three a.m. near the geysers geothermal steamfield. viewers from petaluma, rohnert park, and sebastopol all contacted us saying they felt the quake. one viewer said it shook their home pretty good. no word on damage or injury resulting from this earthquake. (jr stone) and in southern california. a small earthquake has rattled an inland area about 55 miles east of los angeles. the u.s geological survey says the magnitude 3.1 quake struck just before one p.m. just south of san bernardino. there have been no reports of damage or injuries tonight. (justine) more hot weather
on the way.(jr stone) turning to weather now, meteorologist lawrence karnow has our forecast. lawrence karnow: we made it two in a row today with sunshine and above normal temperatures. it finally feels like spring is here to stay but will that be the case? we are looking at mostly clear skies outside tonight with mild temperatures. the winds are a little stronger today especially near the coast. but the temperatures were still in the 70s and 80s and 60s at the coast. it's a beautiful evening with very mild temperatures in the valleys and breezy weather near the coast and bay. the hottest of the year are expected this week. we'll let you know when we can expect the peak of the heat and when we might cool
down in a few minutes. all the rain we've had is bringing with it a deadly problem at sea.dozens of dead sharks are washing up ashore all around the bay area.kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke with the experts about why this is happening. (hermela aregawi)marine experts suspect that there are hundreds of sharks in the bay area that are dead or dying because of toxic storm water run off.in the last six weeks, a marine foundation based in
monterey tells me they've gotten more calls than they can answer from people that are discovering these dead animals.scientists are calling it the largest mass die off in the last decade.just saturday alone - a half a dozen dead sharks were discovered on alameda beach.corinna chan/alameda resident:i have heard about it from a few of the neighbors here. i just live right around the corner here and i do walk around here everyday. it is unfortunate though that when we end up finding the sharks on the beach there is really nothing we can do at that point for them.linda avery/alameda resident:that is amazing. that is scary and creepy to think they're washing up all around. there is definitely a smell and i wonder if it's partly dead sharks and other stuff. and it's not just in alameda, dead sharks are washing up in redwood city and all along the peninsula.scientist suespect it's the toxins from storm water run off is what's killing them.things like dust, oil and pesticides.corinna chan/alameda resident:oh i just think its really sad after all this rain, we really
needed, desperately needed to know that because of the run off the sharks are dying. its very unfortunate.linda avery/alameda residentit makes me feel sad for the sharks and any wild life or crabs and all our natural habitat and all the pollution and problems i feel like we need the rain, but it really highlights how dirty and polluted things are experts also say it's not just sharks that are dying in large numbers. they're also finding infected sting rays, halibut and various other marine and fresh water fish.(hermela aregawi)right now researchers at san francisco state are studying some of these dead animals.to figure out what exactly is killing them.and what if anything can be done to prevent more marine life from dying in this way. reporting in alameda, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. (justine) in monterey... four gray whale calves have been killed in the past week.... and some whale watching tours had a front row seat.. according marine
biologists... the calves have been killed by orcas-- or killer whales. the biologists say a family of nine orcas are responsible. orcas commonly feed on gray whale calves. because the calves and their mothers are migrating to mexico a few weeks late this year... the killer whales are extra hungry. and the adult orcas might be been teaching their youngsters how to hunt. coming up at eight. deadly stroms rip through the south east. we'll have more on the frantic search to find those still missing tonight. plus a massive explosion caught on camera. how police say a wrong way driver is to blame. and delays at s-f-o to start the week... why you should check your flight information if you're planning to fly out of sfo anytime soon.... we'll explain why.
(jr stone) police say one person was killed in a crash on a busy ohio freeway. ohio department of transportation cameras caught it all on camera in dayton ohio. an accident then the explosion. officers believe the crash was caused by a wrong way driver. the driver of the car was confirmed dead in the crashwhile the truck driver has minor injuries. police are investigating are trying to determine if drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash. (jr stone) people in martinez and pleasant hill were left without power this
morning when a car collided with a power pole. it happened overnight on alhambra avenue near paso nogal road. authorities say the collision knocked down the pole and electrical wire blocking all lanes of the road. according to police... the underage driver had fallen asleep at the wheel... he was not injured. authorities do not believe drugs or alcohol were a factor in this crash. (justine) near the beach volleyball courts in santa cruz, police found a murder victim this morning. a 52-year-old man was found on main beach. police closed the popular volleyball courts to investigate. police tell us he was not shot or stabbed. but had been in a fight with another man earlier. officers say the victim and the suspect were both homeless. and had been camping on the beach. (jr stone) police are on the hunt for a man they say exposed himself to a group of people on the campus of stanford university. officers say the man was outside of a car when he exposed himself. he then drove offthe car he was in is
described as a newer white sedan. the man is described as being 30-50 years old , about six feet tall, heavy-set with short dark hair and a short beard. he was wearing glasses, a dark polo shrt and a dark track-suit jacket. (jrstone) the san francisco international airport is still experiencing flight delays because of the repair work on one of the two main runways. this is a live look at sfo right now. 42 flights have been canceled... and nearly 500 have been delayed. the repair work is expected to be finished in early june... the last time this runway was paved was in 2008. the new runway will feature long- lasting l-e-d lights and new ground markings. airport officials advise travelers to regularly check with their airlines for flight information. flight times should be back to normal tomorrow. (justine) turning to weather now, meteorologist lawrence karnow has our forecast.
lawrence karnow: we made it two in a row today with sunshine and above normal temperatures. it finally feels like spring is here to stay but will that be the case? we are looking at mostly clear skies outside tonight with mild temperatures. the winds are a little stronger today especially near the coast. but the temperatures were still in the 70s and 80s and 60s at the coast. these temperatures are still running about 10 to 12 degrees above average for this time of year and it's going to get hotter.you can see the huge dome of high pressure now building over california. as it continues to strengthen, offshore winds will start to blow. that means as we head into the middle of the week it will be hot inland and even warm all the way to the coast. highs at the beaches will be in the 70s. you can see the clouds staying away from the coast over the next several days with the offshore wind. i think we'll see the hottest temperatures so far this year with some places soaring into the 90s. highs tomorrow will begin to warm with some places moving into the upper 80s inland with 70s returning to san francisco. by tuesday i think we will see a few 90s
(jrstone) as the warm weather melts the snow in the sierra nevada... forecasters expect at least one california river to hit flood stages this week. forecasters expect the merced river in yosemite national park to rise about a foot over its banks on wednesday. the wet winter brought a record amount of snow to the sierra nevada mountain range. the national weather service says northern california usually doesn't see temperatures this high until early july. forcasters warn that rivers may run extra cold and extra fast. coming up- the latest season of the netflix series "orange is the new black" could start early- thanks to hackers. where you can reportedly see the unreleased episodes. coming up brand new stop signs were installed on laurel street in san carlos .. but the no u turn signs are oldi'm an attorney man i'm trying to figure out what's going on (you're an attorney) well i'm telling you wants going on
(jr stone) there are thousands of traffic signals and stop signs in the bay area and the numbers are likely to increase.(( justine 2sh )) in san carlos, a shortage of stop signs led to a decision to put up more..(jr stone)but not all drivers are abiding by the news signs. one ran the stop sign yesterday and made a u-turn cut in front of
me that two tickets right there right u-turn and going through the stop sign. i love the stop sign on every intersection i almost died on this street people like fly through think it's great i was here on a stop sign and he had a stop sign it was my turn to turn left and the car just ent throughok here the deal on laurel street in the city of san carlos four stop signs have been installed .. one-two at cherry and the other two at olive some people say adding a new stop sign is something drivers should be permitted to get use to after all it is new the stop signs have orange flags that are visible from a block away although one person thought they were pedestrian flags to assist in crossing nats ambiance the entire area also has no u-turn signs; they are not new .and for the most part many of the drivers have adjusted to the change nats: ambiance well, some have not because it wasn't tough to find drivers running the stop signs orange flags and all .
nats: ambiance this driver not only ran the stop sign he made the illegal u-turn all in one fell swoop but i have a feeling he'll be back i'm an attorney man i'm trying to figure out what's going on (you're an attorney) well i'm telling you wants going on you made a u-turn in a no you u-turn zone and i video taped it, that pretty much cut and dry it appears he was so worried about getting a ticket he calls sheriff if i'm going to get a ticket, i would rather deal with it right now, i told you i'm from channel 4 not the police (ok) for the record last time i checked the police sont stand on corners with camera to record violations to mail to the driver because if they did all the illegal u- turns and stop sign runners would be drowning in fines stupid people huh? (sounds of laughter) the fact remains when a new traffic control device ie a stop sin is installed there is often a 30 day grace period . however, if you blatantly run the stop sign you will get a ticket .so keep in mind that often new traffic signals are installed. it's up to you as a driver to pay attention . but there are no grace crash in san carlos stanley roberts kron 4 news if you have a comment or
story idea for stanley, e-mail us at 'people behaving badly' at kron- four-dot-com ... still ahead...the death toll is rising after a series of storms slams texas and mississippi. we'll have an update on the search for those still missing. plus a desperate plea for a northern california girl to return home. in her first interview... aly yeoman's mother.. explains how she is holding on to hope her daughter will come home.
(justine) deadly tornadoes and severe flooding in several states have rescue crews scrambling tonight. we're learning the latest victim is a 2-year old... who was killed when a metal soccer goal was blown over during heavy winds in tennessee. (jr stone ) across the u-s 11 people have been killed by tornadoes and flooding. david daniel has more on the destruction left by the series of storms.
"we are still in the search and recovery aspect of this disaster."widespread damage in parts of texas, after at least three tornadoes touched down about 60 miles outside dallas. mayor lou ann everett / canton, tx: "the damage was extensive. butt sot "it is heartbreaking and upsetting, to say the least."roofs were torn off .. homes and buildings demolished..vehicles and tractor trailers overturned...and according to officials, at least 4 people died .. and more than 50 others were left injured. search and recovery efforts began saturday but conditions made that process difficult. dr. dan kirkpatrick / van zandt county judge: "after the first reports, first response efforts were hampered due to the continuing severe weather coming through the area. butt sot "we would get out there start working and get reports of another tornado on the ground so we'd had to pull back."texas isn't the only state dealing with severe weather.in missouri, the governor declared a state of
emergency after storms brought heavy rain and flooding over the weekend...local officials are reporting nearly 100 evacuations and nearly three dozen rescues.severe thunderstorms remain in the forecast through sunday. storm-related deaths have also been reported in arkansas.i'm david daniel reporting. (justine) turning to weather now, meteorologist lawrence karnow has our forecast. lawrence karnow: we made it two in a
row today with sunshine and above normal temperatures. it finally feels like spring is here to stay but will that be the case? we are looking at mostly clear skies outside tonight with mild temperatures. the winds are a little stronger today especially near the coast. but the temperatures were still in the 70s and 80s and 60s at the coast. these temperatures are still running about 10 to 12 degrees above average for this time of year and it's going to get hotter.you can see the huge dome of high pressure now building over california. as it continues to strengthen, offshore winds will start to blow. that means as we head into the middle of the week it will be hot inland and even
warm all the way to the coast. highs at the beaches will be in the 70s. you can see the clouds staying away from the coast over the next several days with the offshore wind. i think we'll see the hottest temperatures so far this year with some places soaring into the 90s. highs tomorrow will begin to warm with some places moving into the upper 80s inland with 70s returning to san francisco. by tuesday i think we will see a few 90s showing up with 70s at the coast. the hottest day will likely be wednesday before a cooling sea breeze returns on thursday. a major drop in the temperatures is likely friday and into next weekend and we can't rule out the chance of rain.
(jr stone) the mother of missing 20-year old yuba college student, aly yeoman, is speaking for the first time. it's been nearly a month since aly went missing. but her mother says.. she's not giving up searching. reporter shirin rajaee has more. (pkg) paula ede/mother of aly yeoman "i wouldn't put this on the worst enemy to go through this."the last 3 1/2 weeks searching for aly --- a nightmare for her family-- paula ede/mother of aly yeoman "for a while i couldnt eat or sleep, cause i felt if she's not eating or sleeping, it's not fair to do that"paula ede says her and her daughter would stay in close contact-- texting all the time--so she knew when the texting stopped-- something was wrong-- paula ede/mother of aly yeoman "she loved to talk to us every second day, mom what are you doing? mom i miss you...but it wasn't happening."20 year old
aly yeoman is a yuba college student-- who was working two jobs--she last seen the night of march 30th-- leaving a friends house on romero street in yuba city.paula ede/mother of aly yeoman"i'm terrified, i don't know if she's hurt, i don't know whose hurting her, i don't know what's happened" aly's truck was found a few days later, down a levee, in an orchard--- stuck in mud. law enforcement found her cell phone and a single pair of footprints walking away from the truckshirin rajaee/reporter:"you've been silent this entire time, what made you want to speak out now?"paula ede/mother of aly yeoman"this is me telling her i love her, telling her i love her, and i just want her home." shirin rajaee/reporter:"do you believe your daughter is alive?"paula ede/mother of aly yeoman"you just have this mothers intuition, you can just feel it, i do believe she's alive"ede wouldn't speak on the details of the investigation but says she's trusting that law enforcement is working dilligently to find aly.her plea is now to the public.paula ede/mother of aly
yeoman"i just feel someone knows something, and they need to come forward" (jr stone) the reward for information leading to aly's whereabouts is at 50-thousand dollars. (justine) almost ten years after a little british girl went missing -- her parents are speaking out to mark the anniversary. three-year- old madeleine mccann disappeared from during a family vacation in portugal on may third 2007. her disappearance sparked global interest as pictures of her and her grieving parents were seen across the world. madeleine's parents say they still have hope their daughter is alive. (gerry mccann/father): "no parent is going to give up on their child, unless they know for certain their child is dead, and we just don't have any evidence."(kate mccann/mother): "my hope for madeleine being out there is no less than it was almost 10 years ago, i mean apart from those first 48 hours nothing has actually changed since then, i mean - i think the difficult thing has always been how will we find her."
(justine) british detectives say they are still pursuing leads in the case... and say there is no "definitive evidence" on whether the girl is alive or dead. season five of netflix favorite " orange is the new black" isn't due for release until june. but one hacker... say's he's releasing several episodes now. the hacker, which goes by the name " the dark overlord"...ann ounced the move on twitter this weekend. the post included a link to an illegal file-sharing sevice where 10 episodes from the upcoming season were reportedly available for download. the hacker had been demanding that netflix pay an unspecified ransom in exchange for not leaking the episodes prematurely online. netflix has yet to comment. an ohio family gets a visit from a tech billionaire . why mark zuckerburg is visiting all 50 states this year. plus former vice
insists he will not be not making another presidential bid in 20-20. the former vice president made the announcement today during a speech at an annual new hampshire democratic party dinner. biden's post- election visits to the state fueled speculation about presidential ambitions in the days leading up to the event. but he put those rumors to rest today. (joe biden/former vice president): "when i was asked by ray to come up here, there was no doubt in my mind, even though i know it caused a lot of speculation, guys, i'm not running...thank you for the support you've given me over the years, especially i want to thank you for the support you gave me and barack over the last 8 years and thank you for supporting hillary."
(justine) biden is in new hampshire to honor the nation's first all-female, all-democratic congressional delegation. he said he wants to start raising money and campaigning to get democrats elected at every government level. (jrstone) talk about pressure to put your best foot forward... a family in ohio had facebook c-e-o mark zuckerberg as a surprise dinner guest.(justine) as tyler trill reports-- they only had a 15-minute notice before he showed up at their door. natsot: "we toasted to his initiatives."as dan moore showed me a bottle of chardonnay mark zuckerberg gifted his family, he reflected on yesterday's visit. daniel moore, hosted mark zuckerberg:"and we did give him crystal wine glasses." moore says zuckerberg arrived for dinner in newton falls at 6, but he didn't know it was going to be facebook's ceo until 5:45. he was told he was having a mystery guest.daniel
moore, hosted mark zuckerberg: "his staff people said 'i work for a very wealthy philanthropist in california, 90% of americans use his product.'"moore says he got a call within the last week from a local guy who is connected with zuckerberg, asking if he'd like to have dinner with a special guest.this was a part of zuckerberg's tour of the country. he's meeting with people learning about their unique struggles and way of life. the conversation ranged. daniel moore, hosted mark zuckerberg:"anything and everything."his wife lisa spoke about education, his son dan talked about the mahoning valley dream center.daniel moore, hosted mark zuckerberg: "the more he talked, the more i liked him and was inspired by him."tyler trill, reporting / standup bridge:"zuckerberg posted a photo on his facebook page of him sitting here in this chair yesterday, and it already has 122 thousand likes."daniel moore, hosted mark zuckerberg:"surreal, incredible."moore say he'd love to have zuckerberg back in newton falls, whether it's for a barbeque, or another one of mark's hobbies.daniel moore, hosted mark zuckerberg: "he tells me loves to run. i
can try to run with him." (jr stone) zuckerberg's goal is to visit people in all 50-states this year and hear about their struggles. breaking news out of la jolla- police say 8 people have been shot at an aprtment complex pool. the suspect has been killed by police after he shot at officers. injuries range from superficial to critical. we'll continue to follow this breaking story and have the breaking story and have the latest at 10 and on kron4.com. next- it looks like something out of a science fiction movie... but researchers say it's real!
pennsylvania are developing a device that recreates a pregnant mammal's womb. the team hopes to one day to test it on humans. lynda kinkade has more on the device and the ethical issues it's raising. for decades scientists have been trying to develop an artificial womb... this could be the closest they've come.it might look more like a plastic bag but it has some key similarities with the womb of a mammal.dr. alan flake, the children's hospital of philadelphia: "it works by two major components: the first one is a circulatory system that goes through an oxygenator. so it's a connection through the umbilical cord vessels that allows blood to flow out of
the fetus through the oxygenator and back into the fetus and exchange gas like the placenta does. and the other component is a fluid environment that surrounds the fetus and allows the fetus to swallow and breathe amniotic fluid like it's supposed to during development."the research led by the children's hospital of philadelphia tested the artificial womb on five premature lambs who were the equivalent in size to a 23 week old human fetus.the lambs grew for four weeks showing normal brain and lung development. across the world it's estimated one in ten babies are born prematurely. and the chance of survival for babies born before 23 weeks is almost zero and for those that do survive they often suffer severe problems.doctors say much more work is needed to research the safety of this device but human trials could happen in about three years. ethical questions are far reaching - some worry science would allow some babies the
chance to stay alive longer only to suffer rather than die peacefully.others speculate whether women in the future would use the artificial womb instead of carrying a child to full term. the last trimester is often the hardest and giving birth carries it's own risks. continuing to follow breaking news out of la jolla-police say 8 people have been shot at an aprtment complex pool. we've just gotten pictures of the scene into the newsroom. you can see...(jr stone)the suspect in the shooting has been killed by police after he shot at officers. injuries range from superficial to critical. we'll continue to follow this breaking story and have the latest at 10 and on kron4.com.
sitting, stuffed in their like a sardine.. what about enjoying some yoga? riding a bike? or taking a seat at the bar? kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate met with a tech company.. that wants to change the game... so airlines can offer a more comfortable experience. airbus is one of the largest maker of commercial airplanes. they have an outpost here in silicon valley called a=cubed based that is developing technology to improve the in- flight experience.this month as san jose mineta airport in terminal b near gate 19 they are giving the public a first time look at what they have been working on. gabe slate /tech reporter in san jose says:
while flying">their idea is called transpose, making customizable cabins for inside the airplanes.which they call modules these modules could be quickly switched out before and after each flight when someone books a ticket they would choose what they want their area of the module to be a bicycle, a yoga set up, a bunk bed, a bar.. whatever and if there is turbulence there would be these little hopper seats near by to jump into. jason chua /project executive, airbus says: jason with a=cubed says this will not be just for the rich. they believe these modules will be sponsored by companies making it more appealing to the airlines to work with them. jason chua /project executive, airbus says:and this is not a moon shot decades away they think this will roll out soon. jason chua /project executive, airbus says:
gabe slate /tech reporter in san jose says:maryana saenko was walking by the display here, and was drawn into it she just flew in from a long flight she liked the exercise idea but also thought laying down massage chairs would be nice maryana saenko /airport traveler says: spinning in the skies. mmmm a nice thought hopefully one day.in san jose gabe slate kron 4 news. and if you'd like to connect with gabe slate... you can add him on facebook, follow him on twitter. or email - slate-at-kron4-dot-com.
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