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... neighbors are appalled "it's so sad, so horrible. i can't believe this, i can't believe this, it's so sad." whooshas flu cases soar ... pharmacies struggle to keep up witht he demand for ,vaccines whooshhere we go again, the storm door kinda open nowkron four tracking the storms lining up to soak the bay area (steve) now at 8. outrage growing over this video. a homeless advocate posted it. showing a wheel-chair bound man released from a hospital. and left at a bus stop wearing nothing but a hospital gown.(steve) thank you for joining us i'm steve aveson.(pam) and i'm pam moore. this happened last week in santa cruz, and homeless advocates are calling on the state to investigate the hospital where it happened. tonight, kron-4's dan kerman spoke to the homeless advocate and the homeless person involved.. he has our report.. last wednesday this homeless man called 911 because he had medical issues relating to his heart shoulder and legs. he was taken to dignity health dominican hospital in santa
cruz where he was treated in the e.r. the man, who prefers to remain anonymous, tells kron 4 news he asked to be admitted for the night but was turned down and told he was being discharged he says was given his clothes and offered help to dress.. but he refused he says the next thing you know he was being wheeled out of the hospital to this bus stop, wearing only a hospital gownsot this person was in agony , left at a bus stop and the sheriff's department called us up to get some warm clothing, the person is literally in a hospital smock, you know what that means no under garments, i'm pretty appalled.brent adams posted this video to the homeless outside santa cruz facebook page. adams, who runs the santa cruz warming center program finds the hospital's so called discharge procedure cruel.sot brent adams/ santa cruz warming center program 101-107a lack of human care, human compassion, we're treating people like garbage.the hospital says due to "patient privacy laws and hospital policy, we cannot comment on this case specifically." however they do say "patients in our emergency room are offered food, clothing, and access to transportation and housing resources if needed." but adams says this is not the first time this hospital has been cruel discharging
homeless people now adams wants the state to investigate what happened to this man, and several others.standup dan kerman/santa cruz 134-144this man says if he were to do it over again, he would have gotten dressed when asked to, but said he had no idea he would be wheeled down to the bus stop in only a hospital gown. he hopes by bringing his story to light this won't happen to other homeless people. in santa cruz, dan kerman kron 4 news.std/156 (pam) a big story we are following out of southern california.... where a house of horrors was discovered by police, with children victimized inside. (steve) thirteen siblings held captive by their parents... grant lodes is here
with the disturbing details. (grant)the parents are accused of holding 13 of their children captive in their home. police arrested david turpin...and louise turpin ... after reportedly making a sickening discovery in their riverside county home. now they are facing charges of torture and child endangerment. police found 12 siblings in filthy conditions....some of them malnourished and chained to beds. investigators say they were alerted to the say they were investigators say they were alerted to the situation by an emaciated teen girl...a 13-th victim=== who had escaped the home and had escaped the home and called 9-1-1. neighbors described what the alleged victims looked like after being rescued.
thought that they were much younger than what they were." //butted//jennifer luna /neighbor: "it's so sad, so horrible. i can't believe this, i can't believe this, it's so sad." >(grant) police say the girl who escaped is 17 but appeared to be about 10 because of her poor condition. police say they assumed all of the parents' children were juveniles, based on their appearances... but found out that seven of them were actually adults... ranging in age from 18 to 29. the yongest child in the home is just two years old. and we're learning the father was a principal of a private school. that's according to records on the california department of education. it says turpin ran a school with grades 1 through 12 out of the home. the two parents are being held on 9 million dollars bail each. (pam) new tonight at 8. as cases of the flu soar in california === the fight against the virus is getting
tougher... walgreens is reporting it has a limited supply of tamiflu in the bay area.(steve) that is the anti-viral prescription medicine that treats the flu. kron 4's gabe slate joins us live in the newsroom.gabe, you looked around to see how low supply is, what did you find out? once we heard that walgreens was reporting a limited supply of tamiflu we wanted to know if this was widespreadif we are on the eve of a serious shortage of tamiflu.. here is what i found out. according to public health officials this year's flu season is shaping up to be the nastieest one in the last 10 years.dr. matthew willis - marin - public health officer, department of health and human services "the most cases in 10 years at this time in the season"all these cases of the flu are straining the supply tamiflu, of the most common anti viral prescription drug used to treat the flu. a walgreens spokesperson told me the high demand for tamiflu in the bay area has lead to some of their pharmacies reporting a limited supply. they said they are going to take additional measures to help
meet patient demand.. "i spoke with several pharmacists at different walgreens in the bay area they all told me as of today they were fully stocked.. but they have had days where they ran out. i then called several rite aids in the bay area, the ones i spoke with each had under 10 adult tamiflu regiments left. one only had 3 two rite aids were out of the children tamiflu prescription. in a statement sent to us rite aid says they are not suffering from a shortage of tamiflu and at most a location may be temporarily out of stock but customers can generally find it at another location. cvs also sent us a statement, basically saying the same as rite aid that they are not experiencing severe tamiflu shortage on their end some stores may run out but should be re-supplied the next day. so far none of the public health agencies in the bay area have sent out alerts about tamiflu shortages but doctor matthew willis, public health officer for the marin county department of health and human services says marin county is aware of the tamiflu supply concnerns and they are keeping an eye on it doctor willis says the best way to slow down this spike of flu cases we are seeing infected to not pass it on dr. matthew willis - marin - public department of health and human services "if you cough use your elbow, the droplets land on then someone touches it and touches their face"if you have been tamiflu, the big three pharmacies walgreens, told me call first to they are headed to.. they have stock before going to drop off a prescription. in sf gs k4news the big three pharmacies.. walgreens, cvs, and rite all told me. people should call first to the pharmacy they are
headed to.. and make sure they have tamiflu in stock before going to drop off a prescription. ( steve) turning to our four zone forecast.(pam) chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is tracking rain. lawrence is this going to impact the morning commute? lawrence karnow: there was a mix of sunshine and clouds on this martin luther king day. a weak storm is headed our way now could bring a few light showers. you can see a few scattered showers popping up on the doppler radar. we're not expecting anything to heavy but it will be wet at times so be prepared for slick roads tonight and for tomorrows commute. on the satellite image you can see the storms off the coast. they are also generating big swells with some shore breaks as high as 20 feet. a high surf advisory is in effect until 4 pm tomorrow. the weather pattern looks active with several cold storms headed our way. tomorrow there is a chance of a few showers. highs will be in the 50s to low 60s. it should be partly cloudy and dry on wednesay. a much colder storm moves in on thursday to bring some gusty winds and rain. cold (pam) today, thousands
of people are celebrating doctor martin luther king junior's birthday.... with song, dance, and marches, speeches and with service to their communities. here in the bay area and across the nation. people were marking the day.. which is always celebrated the third monday in january. and this year it fell on the king's actual birthday.(steve) the american civil rights leader is remembered for his commitment to fighting racial inequality through non- violent resistance. (steve) in the south bay... a jubilant gathering to honor doctor king's legacy.(pam) once again, it was standing room only on board the m-l-k "celebration train" which starts on the peninsula. kron four's rob fladaboe boarded the train in san jose ... and rode with the crowd to san francisco. people on train singcaltrain's annual san jose to san francisco martin luther king junior celebration train was just that. riders joining the new birth fellowship praise team in celebrating the birthday and legacy of the late civil rights leader. "....he made the ultimate
sacrifice for america, for all of us, for everybody..." "...we're here, we're gonna march and celebrate dr king..." "...it's a teaching moment, a relation moment, a community moment...""...we're all immigtants, that's how i feel...."reflecting the bay area's diversity, most riders boarded in san jose for the 54 mile trip to san francisco to commemorate the historic march in 1965, led by king, from selma to montgomery, alabama. "....i have a dream that my children will one day be judged not by the color of their skin but by the content of their character..."adwoa manteete quoted from dr. king's epic "i have a dream speech."adwoa manteete/celebrat ion train rider"....king's birthday is supposed to be a day on not off and i wanted to make sure we are focused on the things he stood for and died for..."sponsored by the nor cal mlk community foundation, the train was sold out this year. it was a teaching moment for some, a tradition for others and a celebration for all."....i brought my grand daughter and this is a great opportunity for her...""...it's an opportunity to get out and be with people who think the same way that you do...""...the diversity up and down this train is a beautiful think.."
"...do king stood not just for one race but for everybody..." on board the celebration train...rob fladeboe kron 4 news (steve) those who got off the celebration train joined a large crowd of marchers in san francisco. some in the crowd felt standing up for civil rights is more important than ever...given today's political climate. the march ended at yerba buena gardens. where acting san francisco mayor said the crowd was doctor king's dream realized. but that there is more work to do. work to do. there is more work to do. (steve) those who got off the celebration train joined a large crowd of marchers in san francisco. some in the crowd felt
standing up for civil rights is more important than ever...given today's political climate. the march ended at yerba buena gardens. where acting san francisco mayor said the crowd was doctor king's dream realized. but that there is more work to do. and in the east bay, people gathered to honor the memory and activism of dr. king. hundreds of people gathered at the oakland airport hilton... where officials held the second annual martin luther king junior 'drum major for freedom' breakfast.. some of the conversations ... focused on president trump... prompting the question by many ... if dr. king were alive today.. what do you think he would be doing?
people kron four spoke with were pretty unanimous. they believe, if dr. king was alive today ... he would be busy working to make his dream come true .. of all people being judged by the content of the character and not the color of their skin... ahead at eight.. a tough, new rule kicking in for air=b=n-b in san francisco... the impact that could have on housing. plus. east bay parents welcome five new babies to their family. we hear from the mom of newborn quintuplets. and next. gunfire on another bay area freeway... hurts three people .. tonight, a search for the shooter. legend has it, the first voyagers arrived on canoes, sailing the seas day and night. they knew where they were going, by watching the clouds move in the sky or the way their boats rocked. that's how the waves and stars would speak to them.
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six people were driving southbound near the alemany exit when they were shot. the victims drove themselves to the hospital and called police to report the shooting. the c-h-p has not released the identity or condition of the victims. authorities say it is still unclear if the shooter was on the side of the road or driving on the highway. the investigation is ongoing. (pam) happening tomorrow.... new rules are kicking in for air- b-n-b in san francisco.. which may result in the loss of thousands of hosts in the city... by tuesday - all hosts must be registered. the registration rule follows a court battle last may... which led to limits on rentals and tougher registration requirements. roughly 22-hundred hosts have met the new rules. that number is way down from the nearly 85-hundred listings the city had in early august. city officials have argued that the tougher limits will prevent people from turning their properties into permanent hotels.... in an area where housing is already
scarce. (pam) those are the parents of four- day old quintuplets ... born in walnut creek on thursday.(steve) amy and chad kempel invited kron four's spencer blake into their hospital room to talk about the event that more than doubles their family in size. spencer's live in the east bay tonight. spencer - how are those babies doing? that's the best news - not only did they all survive a high-risk delivery, but all five babies - and mom - are doing as well as can be expected right now. after spending a month in the hospital already, amy kempel was felt calm as she went into delivery."it wasn't until like right before that i started freaking out a little bit." which is completely allowed, seeing as how she had five babies that were ready to be born."they just were taking
babies out one after the other, we were hearing cries." when kron four first talked to the kempels in november, they were worried that no bay-area doctors had experience with delivering quintuplets.but dad chad says...the care they got at kaiser permanente in walnut creek, has been great.there was a team of 60 specialists with hands on deck when the babies entered the world on thursday."our obstreticians, our neotaologists, our ancillary staff - our pharmacists, respiratory therapist, radiologist, and as well as our fabulous nurses from labor and delivery, post- partum, and our nicu team."in birth order, lincoln, noelle, grayson, preston, and gabriella are all in the nicu. they each weighed about two and a half pounds at birth, and are about the same size. "it's on par for other quintuplets and actually, most impressive, it's on par with other babies born at 27 weeks." doctor allen fischer says most babies born at 27 weeks, do survive.but they will also be in the hospital for about two and a half months."mom is doing great. she's recovering as would be expected at this point."amy says she's still in a lot of pain, and she and chad are happy, but still nervous each time they see their three tiny boys and their two tiny daughters with tubes and wires all over them.
"it's surreal still to like see them here in the flesh." every parent probably thinks of their child as one in a million, but these special babies are literally...some where in the neighborhood of five in sixty million. the kempels are keeping pictures and videos of the babies private for now.they're still waiting to get to hold them for the first time.live in walnut creek, spencer blake, kron four news. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o.kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: there was a mix of sunshine and clouds on this martin luther king day. a weak storm is headed our way now could bring a few light
showers. you can see a few scattered showers popping up on the doppler radar. we're not expecting anything to heavy but it will be wet at times so be prepared for slick roads tonight and for tomorrows commute. on the satellite image you can see the storms off the coast. they are also generating big swells with some shore breaks as high as 20 feet. a high surf advisory is in effect until 4 pm tomorrow. the weather pattern looks active with several cold storms headed our way. tomorrow there is a chance of a few showers. highs will be in the 50s to low 60s. it should be partly cloudy and dry on wednesay. a much colder storm moves in on thursday to bring some gusty winds and rain. cold showers continue on friday with a possible dusting of snow on some of our higher peaks. more showers are possible on sunday too.
gary says: "coming up a little bit later in this broadcast, the giants boy they got outfield help.. with a name you're very familiar with. he's an all-star, we'll tell you about it coming up as well as the warriors and cavs going back and forth, there was a bounce to this game they were really playing this evening. the highlights coming later in this broadcast." woman: so, greg, it's a lot to take in. woman 2: and i know that's hard to hear, but the doctors caught it early. hi, blake! my dad has cancer. woman: and i know how hard that is to hear. but you're in the right place. man: and dr. pascal and her team, they know what to do. they know what to do. the doctors know what to do. so here's the plan. first off, we're going to give you all... (voice fading away) first off, we're going to give you all... we can now repair complex at saortic aneurysmsare, without invasive surgery. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for varicose veins. and if we can precisely treat eye cancer
government shutdown looming -- president trump is squarely putting the blame on democrats for obstructing an agreement on daca and the so-called 'dreamers'.(steve) this as the fallout continues over his controversial comments about immigration in the oval office. cnn's pamela brown. reports. pres. trump: "i'm not a racist. i'm the least racist person you have ever interviewed, that i can tell you."tonight, president trump is responding to charges he's a racist - amid the fallout
over his disparaging comments about african nations and haiti.two republican senators who attended the oval office meeting last week - tom cotton and david perdue - say they didn't hear the president use the word "s-hole."sen. tom cotton/r- arkansas: "i didn't hear it. i was sitting no further away from donald trump than dick durbin was."sen. david perdue/r- georgia: "i'm telling you he did not use that word."illinois democratic senator dick durbin says he did.sen. dick durbin/d- illinois: "i know what happened. i stand behind every word that i said in terms of that meeting"senator lindsey graham - who also was in the oval office meeting confirmed to a fellow senator trump used the term and told the post and courier in south carolina today, quote: "my memory hasn't evolved," graham said. "i know what was said and i know what i said."but a senior gop source familiar with the matter says instead of hearing the president say that word, some republicans actually heard the word "s-house."sen. dick durbin/d- illinois: "i don't know that changing the word from hole to house changes the impact which this has."sen. lindsey graham/r- south carolina: "the discourse right now is pretty low. it's pretty embarrassing when you have to take your children out of the room just to report the news."the controversial comments have cast a shadow over a potential deal on daca..... lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have said they want a bipartisan daca fix before friday's government funding deadline.sen. chris coons/d- delaware: "it's gonna get even harder now for us to come together and reach any
sort of an agreement on daca. we've got a federal government that shuts down this coming week, this friday if we can't come to an agreement. and it's just getting harder when we have a president who, rather than tamping down our disagreements, fans them and enflames them." (steve) some democrats are insisting they will oppose a government funding vote if there's no deal on daca. g-o-p leaders don't anticipate finalizing any deal in time for the government shutdown deadline. and are instead proposing a stopgap-funding bill as the talks continue to avoid a shutdown on friday.
it's unclear if they have the votes to pass such a bill. coming up at eight.. a slew of new sexual assault allegations coming to light. who olympian simone biles is accusing of assault... and how comedian aziz ansari is responding to accusations. plus. a desperate search for three missing people in the southern california mudslides...the youngest among them just two years old. and first there was panic.... now outrage. the fallout from a missile scare in hawaii. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4 chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i will take a look at your 7 day forecast. details are right after the break.
(pam ) kron four's own vicki liviakis in hawaii ... one of more than a million people who spent the best part of an hour ... believing a ballistic missile was heading their way. now we know it was all a mistake... but the fallout remains.(steve) workers at hawaii's emergency agency are getting death threats.some of those people scared out of their wits are going ballistic right now. this is not a testthe escalation began at eight=oh-
seven saturday morning, hawaiian time.we were facing what we thought would be annihilationdeep within hawaii's emergency management bunker, mistakes were made. officials say someone pushed the wrong button and a test alert turned into the real thing.within three minutes the u=s missile command had confirmed that there was no missile threat.but the false alarm message did not go out to phones until eight=forty=fi ve.meanwhile ... panic in paradise. i just start running, we went to this other people and people were just running on the street they were all desperate"there were people crying you could see people were really frightened. i sent a text to all my grandkids at home it made me realize my god could have never seen them again.""we ran and i was totally freaking out" "there was a group of people crying. i saw people on the road just running in the middle of the road."at the walmart in pearl city ... the doors slammed shut."it's pretty appalling that kind of behavior, here's a community surrounding that supports store and then turns there back on them when they need them the most, what kind of conscious is that who does
something like that."the governor says the emergency worker responsible has been reassigned to other tasks.and the system will be modified so that false=alarm notices can go out as rapidly as the initial alerts.in the meantime..."i directed the agency to suspend all of these tests until we can do a better review." (steve) a new slew of sexual assault allegations are surfacing today. one from olympic gymnastics champion simone biles. who says former u-s-a gymnastics doctor larry nassar also abused her. (pam) she joins 140 women accusing nassar of abusing them ... while he worked for u-s-a gymnastics and michigan state university. biles came forward a day before his federal sentencing begins. nassar has pleaded guilty to seven -counts of criminal sexual conduct, and admitted he used his position to sexually abuse young girls-- biles is the latest member
of the "fierce five" 2012 u-s gymnastics team... to speak out against nassar. aly raisman, gabby douglas and mckayla maroney have said he abused them. (pam) actor and comedian aziz ansari is responding to sexual misconduct claims made against him... by a woman he dated briefly last year. a new york photographer says, she was forced into a sexual encounter with ansari at his apartment. he has issued a statement saying... that everything was consensual. and says, he was "surprised and concerned" after getting a text from the woman the next day... saying, she felt uncomfortable. the woman said... she decided to come forward after she saw ansari wearing a "time's up" pin at the golden globes. (steve) actress eliza dushku is accusing a well-known hollywood stunt coordinator of molesting her. dushku says joel kramer assaulted her in a hotel room in miami when she was 12-years old. it reportedly happened while dushku was filming the 19-94 movie "true lies" kramer he denies all of her accusations. (steve) the difficult...slow clean-up work
continues ... after the southern california mudslides. today authorities had a new estimate of when highway 101 near montecito will reopen...(pam) state transportation authorities say, they are hoping to get highway- 101 open on january 22nd. it has been shut down since january 9th... that's when the lanes were inundated during the powerful storm that triggered mudslides - leaving at least 20 people dead. tonight, crews are searching for three people listed as missing. among the three - is a 2-year-old girl. in terms of the ongoing field search - emergency officials admit, at this point, there is not much hope of finding any survivors. (steve) another winter storm created chaos for millions from the east coast to the midwest. check this out. in kentucky a driver losing control on an icy road. and slamming into a police car. in maine ...cars were submerged in a flooded neighborhood. and chunks of ice float down a connecticut river ...
just some dramatic impacts from that storm. (steve) and there is more cold weather in store for the east coast.(pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow is here with a look at the seemingly relentless winter conditions... and the rain heading our way in the bay lawrence karnow: there was a mix of sunshine and clouds on this martin luther king day. a weak storm is headed our way now could bring a few light showers. you can see a few scattered showers popping up on the doppler radar. we're not expecting anything to heavy but it will be wet at times so be prepared for slick roads tonight and for tomorrows commute. on the satellite image you can see the storms off the coast. they are also generating big swells with some shore breaks as high as 20 feet. a high surf advisory is in effect until 4 pm tomorrow. the weather pattern looks active with several cold storms headed our way. tomorrow there is a chance of a few showers. highs will be in the 50s to low 60s. it should be partly cloudy and dry on wednesay. a much colder
storm moves in on thursday to bring some gusty winds and rain. cold showers continue on friday with a possible dusting of snow on some of our higher peaks. more showers are possible on sunday too. (pam) popular bay area gospel singer, edwin hawkins ... best known for his hit "oh happy day" ... died early this morning. hawkins passed away at his home in pleasanton. his publicist says, he suffered from pancreatic cancer ... hawkins won a grammy for best soul gospel performance for "oh happy day" in 19-70. it reached the top ten on the pop charts (pam) sunday too.
(pam) popular bay area gospel singer, edwin hawkins ... best known for his hit "oh happy day" ... died early this morning. hawkins passed away at his home in pleasanton. his publicist says, he suffered from pancreatic cancer ... hawkins won a grammy for best soul gospel performance for "oh happy day" in 19-70. it reached the top ten on the pop charts ... and became an international hit. he grew up in east oakland with his well known musical family .. their family church is called the "love center" .. edwin hawkins was 74 years old... still ahead at 8.
(steve) new at 8 a demonstration by bikers in south florida has caused havoc this holiday weekend. motorcyclists and a-t-v riders took to the streets for an anti-gun violence protest called "wheels up, guns down." it's aimed at honoring doctor martin luther king junior. they performed wheelies and other dangerous stunts on busy roads... landing several people in the hospital with injuries. police towed dozens of unregistered cars... gave out over 25 tickets... and made several arrests. (pam) the federal government says.... grass and guns don't mix. and that is putting gun owners who use
marijuana... in an uncomfortable position. federal law does not allow marijuana users to own or possess a gun or ammunition. the government usually takes a hands-off approach. but president trump's decision to crack down on pot is raising concern. especially in states like pennslyvania, where there is a medical marijuana registry. marijuana activists believe the government will face backlash... if it begins to prosecute gun owners who use medical- marijuana in legal states ( pam) coming up in sports.. the giants add a former m-v-p to their outfield. gary joins us to tell us who it is... and what it could mean for the giants. (steve) plus. the warriors are in cleveland taking on lebron james and the cavs. we have the highlights from the high- scoring affair. next at 8. a dad put in a coma after getting the flu. what his wife thinks they did that landed him in the hospital.
felicia york/wife"if we had known it could be this bad, especially for someone young and healthy, we probably would have gone to the doctor as soon as we thought we had it." after felicia and adam york's three children caught the flu, 38 year old adam caught it too. he tried to fight the virus without going to see a doctor.felicia york/wife"you just feel bad. you stay home and ride it out but it just didn't ride out for him."and that's when felicia took her husband to the hospital. felicia york/wife"we thought we would just get some medicine, get him breathing again and go home, but they ended up keeping him because his oxygen level was too low. it wouldn't come back up and so he got a hospital room and within 24 hours he went from sitting up, talking to me in the bed to tubes down his throat, and sedated and on an ecmo machine to circulate his blood and oxygenate it instead of using his lungs."adam has been in the hospital for about 10 days.felicia says this flu season really opened her eyes to just how serious this virus can be.felicia york/wife"he is sedated and they have him on a paralytic. he's pretty much in a medically induced coma. it's a little unnerving, it is. and the doctors keep saying it mutates every year and it seems the flu season gets
worse and longer." (pam) that was jamiese price reporting. felicia york says, her husband was diagnosed with two strains of the flu. the family has set up a 'go-fund-me' page.... to help raise money for adam york's medical expenses. so far, it has raised more than 25-hundred dollars. (pam) that was jamiese price reporting. felicia york says, her husband was diagnosed with two strains of the flu. the family has set up a 'go-fund-me' page.... to help raise money for adam york's medical expenses. so far, it has raised more than 25-hundred dollars. the golden state warriors are in cleveland taking on the cavs... -lebron james greeting steph curry and kevin durant before the game.
-in the first quarter, isaiah thomas finds lebron for the alley-oop dunk -later in the first, kevin durant runs on the fastbreak for the slam dunk. and then moments later, he does it again. durant finishes with 32 points. -in the 2nd quarter, curry puts lebron james on skates and nails the step back three pointer. -then in the third quarter, curry had the dunk and a deep three pointer. he ends the game with 23 points and 8 assists. -it was a tight contest, with more than dozen lead changes or ties. but the warriors ran away with it in the 4th quarter. -golden state wins 118 to 108 in their final match-up of the season.
the san francisco giants have traded for former national league mvp andrew mccutchen. pitcher kyle crick and pitcher kyle mccutchen.andrew league mvp andrew mccutchen. pitcher kyle crick and minor league outfielder brian reynolds were a part of the deal. mccutchen will take over in the outfield. the five-time all-star will help the giants in a major position of need.. he takes over for denard span in center field. after the giants failed to sign giancarlo stanton, the team has added third baseman evan longoria and now mccutchen. the 31-year-old has played in at least 153 games in each of the past 3 seasons. he batted .279 with 28 home runs and 88 rbis in 2017.
puts team teal up by 2... and the kings never really recovered. san jose wins this game 4 to 1. the sharks are in arizona tomorrow night to take on the coyotes. in a bizzare twist, it looks like ken norton jr. will not be staying in the bay area after all. he's now in the process of reuniting with the seattle seahawks. norton was fired by the oakland raiders earlier this season. just last week, kyle shanahan added him to his staff as an assistant head coach. now several reports out of seattle is that he is leaving santa clara and will head back up north to become the seahawks defensive coordinator. shanahan says he respects norton's decision.
the new england patriots are contintuing to pay jimmy garoppolo for their playoff performance. garoppolo received 51-thousand dollars for the patriots win over the titans. and that's because he was on the team's active roster for at least 8 games and is now on an nfc team. if new england beats the jaguars, garoppolo gets 56- thousand more. and if they win the title, he gets another 56 grand. the ball brothers, liangelo and lamelo were held scoreless in their lithuanian pro debuts.. but they played much, much better today. proud father lavar ball in attendence. lamelo led all scores with 31 points.
surprising habits that can help you stay slim tonight at 9 how are we supposed to get a uber out here if thee is no service to get us herethe changes at muir woods national monument might leave some people stranded so how do people get back home ahhh i don't know i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
(steve) for some people it just seems like staying slim is effortless. genetics and a gym membership can help.(pam) but according to several studies, there are a few things you can do to keep those extra pounds away.. the lancet public health medical journal says, people living about a half a mile from a gym... weigh less than those who don't. other research has found that more walkable neighborhoods can also lead to weight loss. eating spicy food is another way to stay fit... increases your metabolism. researchers believe living in higher altitude and elevation can reduce your appetite. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(steve) grant lodes is here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))that's right pam and steve...we're tracking breaking news in the east bay. where a chp officer has suffered major injuries after being involved in a crash on highway four in concord. traffic..at a standstill in the area. our ali reid
just got to the scene...standby for a live report.plus...a bizaare scene in the south bay as the chp...chases a suspect who stole a box truck with thousands of dollars worth of appliances. tonight we hear from the man who was driving the truck before it was stolen...he even shot video of the pursuit.it's a story you won't want to miss. ((grant)) and...rain is headed to the bay.chief meteorologist lawrence karnow will tell us which areas will get hit the hardest...and when. keep it here...kron 4 news at 9 starts right after the break. okay mcdonald's.
like i tell jack jr., it's all about big values, jr. prices. that's value jack's way. (grant) that breaking news we're following tonight is in the east bay... where a c-h-p officer has been injured in a multi car crash....(grant) thanks for joining us.. i'm grant lodes...(pam) and i'm pam moore in for vicki liviakis... the crash happened just after six this evening .. on highway- four just east of highway- 242.... right now, all lanes are back open tonight after two
lanes were closed for hours....(grant) kron4's ali reid is live in concord with the latest details, ali what do you know? this accident happened hours ago, and was cleared up within the last hour. right now there's traffic backed up on highway 4 because of the hours long investigation.right now there aren't many details available, but what we do know right now is that a c-h-p officer was responding to a crash on eastbound state route 4 and port chicago highway when he was hit.i'm told he was not on his motorcycle at the time, so it is possible he may have been hit by an oncoming vehicle.officials tell me he was transported to a nearby hospital.his injuries are major, but non
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