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latest ice enforcement but at least one community is pushing back.u.s. immigrations and customs enforcement says that on wednesday ice officers visited seven elevens in four bay area counties, including here in sonoma county. according to ice, the visits involved officers entering stores and questioning the employees about their immigration status. if anyone was found to be in the country illegally, they were arrested. ice deputy director thomas human said in a statement wednesday that "today's actions send a strong message to u.s. businesses that hire and employ an illegal workforce: ice will enforce the law, and if you are found to be breaking the law, you will be held accountable,"ice may have also visited multiple 7-11's aross santa clara county. david campos is deputy county executive for santa clara county. he says that ice's actions are part of a pattern that has emerged since donald trump became president.sotthis is just part of the same tactic to intimidate the immigrant communitycampos also says that the county is working to identify anyone who might have been detained and to offer what help they can.sotfor one thing we created a program that provides legal representation to someone who is detained in these raids. so, if they are detained at least there's a fighting chance that they will have their rights representee and protected.although santa clara county and other bay area communities might pushback against ice, deputy director homan says that, "ice will continue its efforts to protect jobs for american
workers by eliminating unfair competitive advantages for companies that exploit illegal immigration." wednesday afternoon, kron 4 visited four differnet 7-11s here in sonoma county but employees declined to speak with us. in petaluma, charles clifford kron 4 news. (grant) happening now:berkeley police are hoping new surveillance video will lead to an arrest... in a robbery and shooting... some viewers may this disturbing.. the crime happened on vine
street near martin luther king junior way back in december. the victim had just parked this silver car -- and was getting something out of it... that's when you see the two thieves walkup... we've highlighted some of the video because it is dark.. one of the thieves grab man's back- pack... there is a struggle and the one of the crooks... shoots the victim.but - the man does not let but - the man victim.but - the man does not let go of the backpack.. he is dragged.. and then the thief fires two more times.. until the victim lets go. the victim was shot in the leg.. the robbers were last seen driving a newer model white sedan. if you can help, police would like to hear from you. (pam) another big story tonight..we are learning more about another airplane mishap at s-f-o. this time.... a plane nearly landed on the wrong runway.this is a live picture of san francisco international airport right
now. according to the f-a- a...yesterday morning, an aeromexico flight was cleared to land. but air traffic controllers noticed... it was lined up for the wrong runway. the plane was ordered to execute a missed approach.at the time --- a virgin america jet was on the same runway where the aeromexico plane nearly landed .. this incident comes... after two high profile air canada incidents .. these are photographs from back in july - in those cases... a plane almost landed on a crowded taxiway, instead of a runway... the tower told the incoming jet to go around... and at the last second... the air canada pilot pulled up and flew over the other planes... just in time. in other incident -- an air canada flight did not respond to repeated requests to abort a landing... the crew reported a radio problem ... after landing safely. (steve) tonight a suspect has been name in a gruesome murder case that happened last year. human remains were found
in hayward last june. tonight those have been identified as missing san francisco father piseth chhay.the 48-year-old who was a former uber driver was last seen on mother's day of last year. late last night... kron 4 received a message from his family confirming that d-n-a results proved the remains were chhay's. (steve) today police named chhay's friend bob tang as the murder suspect. (pam) kron 4's j-r stone is live tonight at police headquarters in san francisco. j.r., how close are police to catching this suspect? (jrs)(j.r.)it's really hard to say pam. it's believed that he fled to cambodia last year but officers say they are working to capture him. today 7 months after his remains were found in plastic bags police confirmed they are that of piseth chhaynow the attention again focuses on the murder suspect bob tang.sot in this situation he is a suspect and we are still looking for him we are actively working with our law enforcement partners to track him down and
bring him into custody because we do believe he is the suspect in the murder of mr. chhay.bob tang who you see here was origionally a person of interest in the disappearance of piseth chhay. now that chhay's remains have been identified they have named tang the murder suspect. tang was believe to be with chhay the day he went missing. days later his car was found at sfo and we soon learned he had fled to cambodia. family members of chhay told me last year that before tang fled the country he showed up to help them with the missing person search and it was at that point a cousin felt that something wasn't right.sot he was just pretty strange.lost for words and.sot he came to my house on monday evening with his wife acting like helping us out.passing out flyers and everything.(j.r.) officers tell me if you have any information that could help them in this case they urge you to call them. i have been talking with family members of piseth chhay this evening. they tell me they are deeply saddened by the news but have confidence that police will solve this case. (jrs) (steve) new at ten:the man who
faces escaped from the hawaii state hospital in november.he is being held at a correctional center unless he posts 500-hundred thousand dollars bail. if he posts bail, he'll be taken back to hawaii state hospital.saito walked out of the suburban honolulu hospital and took a taxi to the airport. police arrested him in stockton, california, three days later.saito was acquitted of a 1979 murder by reason of insanity. i thought she would be alright she was in the voluntary evacuation groupive been calling out her name all night and getting no response.her bedroom is upstairs if she only stayed upstairs. (pam) right now.. at least a dozen people are still missing in the santa barbara county mudslides .. the death toll has climbed to 17... and pictures of the destruction are chilling. reporter kara finnstrom
explains .... cleaning up the debris has been a difficult task. smashed cars - now marked as checked for missing people - came to rest not far from the 101the raging river of mud that came out of montecito's hillsides tuesday halted semis in their tracks and choked off the freeway"we drove our van as far as we could northbound on the mud covered 101 but just before we got to olive mill road we had to stop because you can see the freeway becomes a swamp. that's a car there stuck. abandoned in the waters.""i've never seen anything like it." michael fitzpatrick was home when the storm slammed montecito. he's been unable to drive out since? "i can walk, i can get out of here and get to work so that's what i'm contemplating.""we have no information coming to us other than family texting to us now and then and cell service is iffy so maybe we don't even get a text."kat wetzel is heartbroken for her neighbors now grieving or looking for missing loved ones - at the same time - she can't help but feel cut off from the rest of the world. now huge military vehicles and an army of dozers are working nonstop. they're
scooping and shoving the mud and debris off the 101 as more help waits to get in to montecito?."part of me wants to leave and let everything get cleaned up but part of me can't leave. i need to help somewhere." (pam) we are seeing dramatic video of some of the rescues taking place...take a look: the coast guard saved this family of five in carpenteria.. airlifting the mother, father, newborn baby and two young children. the family made sure their two dogs were not left behind as well. after this rescue... the crew flew to a shelter, rescuing 20 people and pets. jerry brown?verified account @jerrybrowngovfollow follow @jerrybrowngovmore jerry brown oesour thoughts are with californians officials. (steve) the aftermath of
the north bay firestorm is sparking concerns over landslides in the bay area as well this evening. a rockslide has already caused the death of one driver in the north bay. kron four's terisa estacio has more on what happened.... and how cal- trans is warning of more dangers ahead. here in napa, behind me a mini mountain of straw wattles the napa county office of emergecy services teamed up with wattle guys a local producr of straw wattles to offer these for free. these are for erosion contol specifically to be used in the areas effected by fires, that devastated so much. the 8 foot wattles hae instructions attached for residents. they are out at the lot at the napa valley expo. there are also wooden stakes to help keep the wttles in place to do their job. the goal is to help protect loal creeks and the napa river from ash and tocis materisal s by stabliizing the burned areas. already, tragedy has struck because of
unstable ground a boulder - part of a rock slide down on highway 121 in napa - the boulder colliding with a car, and the driver killed, the car went over the embankment. these are pictures from caltrans of the scene highway 121 near atlas peak shutdown for nearly 20 hours this is vince jacala with caltrans. vince jacala, caltrans spokesperson. we brought in geologists.jacala says they have been checking out hillsides ever since the fires and they will redouble their efforts especially now with the rains making matters even more fragile.jacala. we will be out and looking.in napa county, te
lawrence karnow: it was a rather gloomy day for most of the bay area with plenty of clouds and light showers. those clouds continue outside but will likely become partly cloudy overnight. satellite shows high pressur building in but the clouds continue to move over the top of the ridge. it looks high pressure will strengthen for into the weenend to bring more sunshine and warmer temperatures. highs tomorrow will be cool and in the 50s and 60s with partly to mostly cloudy skies. more sunshine is on the way for friday and the weekend with some temperatures moving well into the 60s. it will be dry this weekend too but more rain is possible toward the middle of next week. (pam) a group of thieves banded together and hit a nordstrom store hard. what they got away with... worth more than 100-thousand - dollars... plus, who police say they are looking for. (steve)speaking of thieves... a package thief are a major problem. san mateo police say they got one off the streets and got some of the items back.
we'll show you what they uncovered that could belond to you! (pam) flu season is here.. and experts tell us it is just getting worse... but why is it so bad? next - we find out how dangerous it is... and what we can do to keep ourselves from getting sick. ♪ it's time for sleep number's 'lowest prices of the season' on the only bed that adjusts on both sides to your ideal comfort, your sleep number setting. and snoring? does your bed do that? it's the lowest prices of the season on the queen c4 mattress with adjustable comfort on both sides. now only $1199, save $400. ends soon. visit sleepnumber.com
dispesnaries will be the "the apothecarium marina" on lombard street. sales to the public begin there begin at 11:00 a.m... on the kron four website ... we have a list of san francisco pot dispensaries currently selling recreational marijuana . (steve) another big story tonight.. two more flu- related deaths have bay area health officials concerned tonight -- about what could be the worst flu season in a decade continues to grow. (pam) we count 29 flu -related deaths in the state so far this season. there have been seven flu - related deaths in the bay area... all with people under the age of 65.... the state does not track flu deaths for people over age 65. five of the deaths have been reported in santa clara county. experts say, flu season is early this year, and all signs point to a more severe flu season... health officials are urging people to take every precaution they can... to avoid the flu... including the flu shot .
(pam) valley medical center and most other area hospitals are now restricting and screening visitors ... to help prevent the spread of the flu. (steve) this years flu season, according to the centers for disease control.. is the worst since 2015. kron 4's justine waldman tells us why this years flu is hitting us so hard... sot the flu it puts you out and you can't get out of bedif you've gotten it. or been around anyone the sick with the flu virus. you know it's a nasty.people ill with the flu are heading in droves to
emergency rooms. in the last two weeks, .there has been a 5 fold increase in the number of people with flu-like symptoms seeking care at er's such as valley medical center. sot it is concerning hospitals are busy 5 people in santa clara county have now died from the flu this season..according to assistant county health officer dr. george han.he announced latest fatality today.sotdr. george han/santa clara county health dept."...this person did not receive the flu vaccine similar to the other four who have died so far this flu season"the centers for diasese control reports widespread flu in 46 states, including california.the h3n2 virus is the main strain making people sick.and it is tough to fight. sot when we see h3n2 predominate in the community that means the elderly are going to be more infected and children will be more infected dr. alexander evens tells kroon 4 news the er where he works at marin general is seeing a high volume of patients sick with the flu. also, the h3n2 strain tends to have higher death rates.so he encourages people to get the fly shot.so if you do get the flu, it is less intense and doesn't last as long.sot i am still recommending people to get the flu shot even people who have had the flu even my mother in law needs to get this nowsot justine waldman
there is no shortage of flu shots or medications in california according to the state department of public health. justine waldman kron 4 news. ( pam) it's wednesday night.. let's take a live look outside.. it was cloudy and misty all day long.. (steve) lawrence has the forecast. lawrence karnow: it was a rather gloomy day for most of the bay area with plenty of
clouds and light showers. those clouds continue outside but will likely become partly cloudy overnight. satellite shows high pressur building in but the clouds continue to move over the top of the ridge. it looks high pressure will strengthen for into the weenend to bring more sunshine and warmer temperatures. highs tomorrow will be cool and in the 50s and 60s with partly to mostly cloudy skies. more sunshine is on the way for friday and the weekend with some temperatures moving well into the 60s. it will be dry this weekend too but more rain is possible toward the middle of next week.
new video tonight showing whales enjoying the waters off california... a group of 12 gray whales near monterey... on a south-bound migration. they are traveling from alaska to mexico ...where they will mate and have their offspring. this is the largest group of whales the monterey bay whale watch team has seen this season. though it is common to see gray whales passing during mid- january to
early february. it is great to see this video... as gray whales used to be an endangered species ..they were taken off that list in 1997. (steve) commuters get ready.. a major hike in bridge tolls could be coming soon... a new proposal today brought it just one step closer to a june vote. (steve) we are learning some voters are willing to a pay a little extra... others say it's too expensive.kron4's maureen kelly reports that the plan would fund billions of dollars of transit projects meant to ease gridlock. voters could soon decide if commuters will have to start coughing up more money...if they want to cross all of the bay area bridges, except the golden gate. but as painful as that could be to the pocketbook....those who support the idea says that extra money will finance billions of dollars of transportation projects that will ease gridlock. nobody
likes higher bridge tolls of course not but nobody likes sitting in congestion either the bay area toll authority will vote on january 24th on whether to put what will be called regional measure three on the june ballot. the bay area council will then start campaigning for it to pass. it'll add more vehicles to bart it would double the size of the ferry system. it'll improve highways and bridges and bus transitif passed by a majority of voters from all 9 counties the toll hikes would be implemented in phases. the cost to cross bay area state run bridges would be raised by $1 dollar in 2019, go up another buck in 2022, and then up another dollar in 2025.... (standup)which means in seven years it could cost 9 bucks to cross the bay bridge during peak commute times, and cost 8 bucks on the other six bridges. the mtc says their polling data shows most voters would pass the measure. but nearly all the drivers i talked to at his gas station in san francisco's south of market were firmly against the idea. i'm gonna vote no on that. people should think about it and lowing come people the people who have small kids we
need to help the people you know it's all just more gentrification push and poor people out and making it a playground for the rich it's just too expensive you know, some people have to commute back-and-forth every day every day just to work it's just too much the proposed toll hike would give a 50% discount to those with a two bridge commute, and car poolers would cap out at 4 bucks a crossing..maureen kelly kron4 news. (pam) 57- bags of heroin... 58- bags of crack.. 61- prescription pills taken off the streets. details on how san francisco details on how the streets. details on how san francisco police officers say, they are answering a call from one neighborhood. (steve)an interruption led to handcuffs for one teacher.. the viral video sparking support from the community...ne w tonight.. the teacher calling on others to act. (pam) a fire victim in the north bay is dealing with another battle after her cable boxes went up in flames. how much she says she is being
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tell your doctor if you've ever had hepatitis b, a liver transplant, other liver or kidney problems, hiv or any other medical conditions and about all the medicines you take including herbal supplements. taking amiodarone with harvoni can cause a serious slowing of your heart rate. common side effects of harvoni include tiredness, headache and weakness. ready to let go of hep c? ask your hep c specialist about harvoni. from the tubbs fire are now dealing with another issue. some a-t& t customers say they are being charged for the damaged equipment that went up in flames.(pam) kron 4's ali reid spoke with one former coffey park homeowner, who is
currently battling it out with the cable company... it is a story you'll only see here on kron4... the tubbs fire took patty geisler's home days later her mom passed away while on hospice. now she's dealing with another battle after at&t charged her nearly $500 for the cable boxes that went up in flames.pkgan entire neighborhood up in flames. what's left of patty geisler's coffey park home is this tree, which now has a bit of decor. as the family tries to keep their spirits up and move on, they're left to deal with a $472 charge to her account. never should they ever deduct money from someone's bank account without knowledge. patty says her husband called a-t-&-t right after the tubbs fire to let them know everything was lost. to their shock, those charges were debited in december.i went through 3 different people that day telling them my story until i finally i spoke to a
guy in loss retention that said yes that was a mistake you shouldn't have been charged. i'm going to write a ticket for it.after nearly a month and no refund, patty called back on monday. this time around, she was told she needed to file a claim with her personal property insurance in order to get reimbursed.she said well i've been here for a long time and i know what i'm talking about. and basically this is the end of the story. you've reached the end of the line. i'm not giving you credit.and it's not just patty that's dealing with this more than 2 dozen neighbors are going through it as well. some have had charges reversed. there's no consistency. everyone's been told something differentthey send you to the customer loyalty department yet those people do nothing for you. there's no consistency with their policies, and it's really frustrating for people who are already having to go through so much.standupwe reached out to a-t-&-t to get to the bottom of this.a rep tells me patty's file has been prioritized and is being looked into.i'm told the company wants to remedy these cases as soon as possible.we will stay on top of this. reporting in santa rosa, ali reid kron 4 news.
(pam) we are waiting to hear back from a-t-&-t about what avenues the other residents need to follow... in order to get reimbursed. we will keep you posted.we will keep reimbursed. we will keep you posted. (steve) new at ten:a scary situation in the fire ravaged coffey park neighborhood of santa rosa this afternoon... this is new video showing a gas fire...fire officials say it happened when somone hit a gas line... there is a lot of construction beginning in that area. crews were able to quickly get a handle on the situation.. no one was hurt. (pam) also new tonight.. san mateo police say, they
have arrested a package thief.. the department posted photos of the "stolen items"... hoping to reunite the items with the rightful owners. the suspect was spotted yesterday on state street and delaware street..' a resident who had seen the thief on home surveillance a few days earlier, recognized him and called police. they say, he was carrying a stolen package -- and the stolen items you see here. (pam) happening now: police are looking for the mob of thieves who rushed into a bay area nordstrom store ... and ran out with a lot of expensive merchandise. kron4's haaziq madyun shows us ... what those criminals targeted. you are doing some shopping just before closing time at this nordstrom department store when suddenly a group of theives run into the store and head for the high-end hand bag sectionsot the nordstrom is located at the stanford shopping center
in palo alto. that is where palo alto police investigators say monday night 4-men and 3-women used wire cutters to gain access to 49-purses and handbags with an estimated value of $100-thousand dollars. the theives targeted purses made buy gucci. as you can see on nordstrom's website some gucci hand bags cost as much as 19-hundred-dollars you know a little bit about the gucci brand yourself huh?nat/sot haaziqpalo alto police are hopping surveillance video will give investigators a more detailed description of the seven-hand bag theives ...police say no one was injured during the incident...in palo alto haaziq
madyun kron4news (steve) in the east bay tonight... oakland police have released the name of the bart officer involved in a deadly shoting outside the west oakland station. the is officer joseph mateu. police say, the incident began when the officer heard a shooting near the intersection of seventh and chester streets. he saw two men fighting, one of them with a handgun. police say, after giving several commands, the officer opened fire.. he has been placed on paid leave pending investigation. (steve) also new at ten tonight..san francisco police cracking down on heroin and coacine dealers in the city's tenderloin district.... take a look -- this is what police say confiscated these items..after arresting a drug dealer today on eddy street near lark and polk. we have some photos from over the weekend of another drug bust in the mid market area.police
say they arrested a drug dealer selling crack cocaine and heroin right outside the bart entrance on eight and mission streets.. officers say they arrested the dealer at teh start of his "shift" before he was able to make any money. (pam) another big story tonight....governer jerry brown released a proposed budget for california .... as he begins his final year in office. but some are unhappy with the budget and what the state is ánot spending this year.... (steve) it will stash away billions of dollars for the state's rainy day fund -- enabling his successor to weather some of the ups and downs of california's economy. reporter pedro rivera shows has more.
(steve) that was pedro rivera reporting from sacramento. (pam) a new controversy over abortion... this time -- where the abortion pill is available. state senator connie leyva (lay-va) has introduced a new bill on abortion... it will make the abortion pill available... at all c-s- u and u-c health centers by 20-22. leyva brought the bill before the senate education committee today. she assured the committee members, the 13- million dollars needed to start the program will be paid for by private sponsers. that includes training and new equipment. while layve argues the abortion pill is safe enough to be offered at colleges... many others say, they two-step medication is
too dangerous. (senator connie leyva, d-chino): "medicated abortion is so much safer and easier than a surgical abortion." (anna arend/students for life of america): "this is an unsafe procedure....women will be in their dorm rooms, taking the second pill in the abortion procedure, experience side effects, that could lead to hemoraging, sepsis." those in favor of the bill argue, students in need of the pill may not have access to off-campus healthcare... or the transportation. to that... opponents point to the prevalance of public transportation, ride- hailing apps or the abilit to ask a friend for a lift. the bill has passed senate education committee... and is now headed to appropriations. but opponents are not giving up... saying they are ready to write letters and hold rallies. (steve)new at ten: a louisiana teaching speaking out again. this time about her arrest during a school board meeting. deyshia hargrave was
expressing her opinion about the superintendent getting a 30-thousand-dollar raise... which landed her in handcuffs. reporter dalfred jones explains that hargrave does not want the conversation to stop with her. abbeville, la. (klfy) - for the first time since her arrest monday night, vermilion parish teacher deyshia hargrave addressed the public. she issued a video statement on facebook wednesday afternoon.the video was released on the louisiana association of educators facebook page.after a brief introduction, deyshia hargrave, the teacher who was arrested at a vermilion parish school board meeting made her first statement since the arrest."i'm appalled at this and you should be too," she said.hargrave goes on to talk about her upbringing. she says she was taught what's right is right, and what's wrong is wrong, and to speak out even if it doesn't affect you."this particular issue directly involved with me, directly involved my students, my fellow educators and support staff: cafeteria workers, citizens outside of the school
system, even," hargrave explained.after thanking her students and her community for supporting her through the situation, she encouraged those affected to not let the conversation end with her."i'm hoping that you choose to speak out after seeing what happened to me and don't let it become an intimidation to you. let it be your strength because it's slowly becoming mine," she said.she ended her message by advocating for the first amendment."exercise your right to gather, to speak. a lot of people came before you work really hard to make sure that was there for you," hargrave advisedsince the arrest, the city prosecutor has stated he will not approve any charges against hargrave. (steve)since the arrest, the city prosecutor has stated he will not approve any charges against hargrave.but the school board says they did nothing wrong. coming upgotta get you off the tracks man.as hard as try to stress the importance of being safe around tracks people just don't get it . what's left of this bmw is proof we have a long way to go .i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly (sports) coming up i'll have all the day's sports
does your bed do that? it's the lowest prices of the season on the queen c4 mattress with adjustable comfort on both sides. now only $1199, save $400. ends soon. visit sleepnumber.com for a store near you. (pam) actor james franco ... accussed of sexual misconduct... but denying it. (steve) controversy ignited when franco wore a "time's-up" pin in his golden globes acceptance speech sunday. the "time's-up" movement calls for an end to sexual abuse and other forms of abuse against women.(pam) people on social media started commenting that franco should not have worn the pin because of the accusations. franco told t-v host stephen colbert last night, he had no idea what he did. (steve) h-and-m apologized earlier this week for modeling a sweatshirt with what some considered a racial slogan. the company removed the ad from its website after hundreds of social media users called it racist. the
image of the child in the hoodie appeared on the british version of the swedish retailer's online store. the stockholm-based clothing giant issued an apology monday morning saying: "racism and bias in any shape or form, conscious or unconscious, deliberate or accidental, are simply unacceptable and need to be eradicated from society. in this instance we have not been sensitive enough to this agenda." (steve) it just keeps happening, police and fire crews are constantly being called to handle train crashes...(pam) our stanley roberts show us one specific area on the peninsula which is known for the problem... and there was some double trouble. this is what's left of a bmw 325i after it was struck by a train in burlingame it's being hauled away on a flatbed and it seems like your typical train versus car story except plot twistyou see this it the second time this bmw
was on a tow truck . the first time it was being pulled by this tow truckyou see the tow truck drivers didn't take into consideration that he couldn't clear the tracks . the hit at 60 miles per hour and snapped the tow bar ..here it is lying on the sidewalk waiting for yet another tow truck to clean it up .nats: ambiance while this is going on, the entire intersection is blocked off while all the debris is removed and caltrain workers fix the crossing arms the fact that the road is closed doesn't seem to prevent drivers from trying to cross the tracks .as if they are somehow magnetically attracted to them nats: ambiance and even after all the police, and sheriff leave and open the road drivers go right back to stopping on the very same trackssometimes it's because the driver was cut off they end up on the tracks just like what happened here gotta get you off the tracks man. (this guy cut me off) i know you gotta go around ..so you don't get hit by a train i watch you on tv every day get off the tracks ...thank you he'll get to watch kron 4 another day outside of people
stopping on the tracks and looking around to see if there is a train approaching another issue there are the people who see the flashing red lights nats ambiance ááand speed up to beat the crossing arms . the fine for that is 490 dollarsthere may be a crackdown in the works maybe that will catch some drivers attention . but for now it's reset the crossing and waitin burlingame stanley roberts kron 4 news the warriors... without steph curry or klay thompson... and with kevin durant on a 32-minute
restriction... kind of a dud tonght... durant... in the 2nd quarter... hits the jumper for his 20,000th point... he becomes the youngest player in nba history... after lebron james... to reach that milestone but them lou wlliams got hot... the leader for 6th man of of year... came off the bench for 26 points in the third quarter... 97-90 clippers after three late 4th quarter... warriors down 16... durant... 3-pointer... but not nearly enough tonight... he had 40 points in 31 minutes time running down... williams... throws in the triple from way out for 50 points... he has 8 games with 30 or more off the bench this season steve kerr joked williams would get 50 without steph and klay out there... he was right final score... 125-106 clippers... warriors on the road friday in milwakee the rapper drake is known for being somewhat of a front-runner... and a fan of many nba players... yesterday he shared this
instagram photo... decked out in lebron james' high school jersey on the basketball court... but upon closer inspection you can see kevin durant's number 35 and steph curry's numner 30 tatood on his arm as it ends up they apparently are durant and curry tatoos... one says for durant... drake got the curry tat first... then added the durant later it looks like the giants missed on another outfield target... accoridng to multiple sources... jay bruce... who hit 36 home runs and batted in 101 for the cleveland indians last seasion... is returning to the new york mets for 39-million- dollars over 3 years bruce's deal is the 2nd most for a position free agent this season... trailing only carlos santana's 3-year, 60-million- dollar deal with the phillies
first it was the ball family... now tom brady is going to have his own facebook reality show... the five time super bowl winner is releasing a documentary series on the internet platform called "tom versus time."... six episodes will showcase brady's pursuit of a sixth super bowl ring and personal aspects of his home life. he says the project was originally intended to show how he trains as a 40- year-old athlete... but the filmmaker kept cameras rolling well into the football season. brady's wife... gisele... three children... and parents are also a big part of the series and will share their personal feelings.
(weather) coming up seven day forecast. lawrence karnow: it was a rather gloomy day for most of the bay area with plenty of clouds and light showers. those clouds continue outside but will likely become partly cloudy overnight. satellite shows high pressur building in but the clouds continue to move over the top of the ridge. it looks high pressure will strengthen for into the weenend to bring more sunshine and warmer temperatures. highs tomorrow will be cool and in the 50s and 60s with partly to mostly cloudy skies. more sunshine is on the way for friday and the weekend with some temperatures moving well into the 60s. it will be dry
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i'm natalie morales. and i'm craig melvin. and this is dateline on mynetworktv. craig melvin: a sprawling southern family farm with a pair of churchgoing grandparents at its heart. nathan bennett: they were definitely the most loving individuals i've ever met in my life. craig melvin: there was no way it was supposed to end like this. amy bennett: she took my by the hand said, sugar and charlie have been murdered. craig melvin: the former church deacon and his wife, who on earth would want them dead? it doesn't make sense. they were loved by everyone. craig melvin: everyone maybe, but their own daughter, who admitted to a bitter, simmering dispute. fran humphries: bambi needed her stepfather her mother dead so she could get her property back. craig melvin: evidence pointed to her boyfriend as an accomplice. you got the victim's blood on your shoe. he was there.