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ive got kids ive got kids ive got kids (steve)tonight at ten : we are getting a closer look at the chaotic and frightening scene from the latest deadly officer involved shooting in san francisco. (steve)thank you for joining us tonight im steve aveson. that shooting broke out at a local barbershop. (vicki) and i'm vicki livakis, in for pam moore...a police officer... a teenager and two barbers were hit by bullets... before police finally shot the gunman. (steve) it happened last wednesday on geneva avenue and london street. tonight: the san francisco police department held a townhall meeting addressing the police involved shooting...(vicki) kron 4's ali reid joins us live from outside the meeting. ali, what was reaction like from the public? the meeting became contentious this evening .... not because
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the public was angry at p-d, but because the family was at ends, and at one point one of the suspect's uncle's got in the face of one of the barbers that was shot.the eid family has been torn apart by this deadly shooting.there is no agreement as to whether san francisco police were in the right or wrong. body cam footage revealed people running for their lives while gunfire erupted inside the barbershop.once the officers were inside, they opened fire. 21 year old jehad eid allegedly threatened his family with a gun, then went inside the amazon barbershop and flashed that weapon ... before shooting 2 barbers and a teenager.during the confrontation, police say the 21 year old fired 9 rounds towards responding oficers .... one was shot in the leg and managed to crawl out of the shop.p-d returned fire, striking eid 18 times.police say leading up to the shooting, family members called 9-11 to help with eid's erratic behavior.this tragedy has literally torn the family side believes the altercation did not have to end in a deadly shooting. the other side apologizes to the community and the s-f-p-d for
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what happened last wednesday. sotsotsotsotsot standupthis is an ongoing investigation. chief bill scott says both officers that discharged their weapons have been interviewed. however their names aren't being released at this time. reporting live in san francisco ... ali reid ... kron 4 news.
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(grant) another big story tonight: it's been four days now since an s-u-v plunged into the pacific ocean... killing five family members.. including three children. the search continues for three other kids in that family...who are preseumed to have also been in the s-u-v. kron 4's hermela aregawi is live in the newsroom with the latest on the search.hermela, were there any developments in the investigation today ?
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(steve)a funeral was held tonight for an african- american man shot and killed by sacramento police officers... police fatally shot 22-year-old stephon clark in his grandmother's backyard on march 18th.rowena shaddox was in sacramento today and has more on how the community mourned stephon's death.. and supported his
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family and friends who are calling for change. they lined up by the hundreds, hours before the funeral for stephon clark even began.there in solidarity, following the death of a young man and father, shot to death by sacramehto police officers, who responded for a burglary suspect.officers fired at clark 20 times, believing he was armed with a gun.but in reality he was only armed with a cell phone. he died laying on the back porch of the home he shared with his grandparents.among the hundreds lwaiting outside to pay their respects, were people of various colors (white foks)and creeds (muslim women)united for the family and to elicit change.cecile thompson came to today's services with her young children, because she said it was imiportant for them to understand what's happened. nats - anything from inside the church that shows lotsa peopleafter people were let inside for the service, there were several dozens who remained outside once all the seats were filled.nanette west was one of them.there was also cecil mcpherson... many hope the marches following clarks death continue, until positive change is brought about.. (vicki) among those hundreds in attendance.. stephon clark's brother... stevante
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clark. stevante has been highly active in the protest since his brother's brought about..change is brought about.. (vicki) among those hundreds
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in attendance.. stephon clark's brother... stevante clark. stevante has been highly active in the protest since his brother's death... including leading chants at a sacramento city council meeting earlier this week. today: stevante continued to speak out today... calling for resource centers to be built in his brothers name. yall are sick of seeing the homeless, lets build resource centers that are 24-hours. (vicki) reverned al sharpton was also at the funeral... calling stevante up on stage and explaining to the crowd that they should not be judging on how he choosing to grieve... al sharpton also delivered a passionate eulogy. "stephone has woke up the nation!""we will never let you forget the name of stephon clark!"(vicki) others mourners today included former sacramento kings player matt barnes amd sacramento mayor darrell steinberg. (steve)the driver arrested
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yesterday in san francisco - accused of running over five men-- has been identified. police say 33-year-old mark dennis is facing multiple charges -- including murder. kron four's philippe djegal reports from san francisco -- he talked to a woman who says she has interacted with the suspect before. (philippe) ann-marie says she's had at least four interactions with 33-year-old mark dennis dating back to last fall. she says this is him -- being arrested in san francisco wednesday... shortly after he is accused of running over five men with his van in the city's dog patch neighborhood, killing one of them.ann-marie/knows suspect- "he would come up to the fence and he'd be threatening and trying to start a fight." ann-marie says mark dennis has told her he is homeless. she'd see him when he'd park his van at heron's head park, where she walks her dogs. and, took this photo of him in january after she says she witnessed an incident involving the suspect.ann- marie/knows suspect- "this one woman told him to please go away and he spit in her eye, so then we say we're going to call the cop and he drives away." she says she's called the police on him several times in the past, but never filed a report. now he is facing charges of murder and attempted murder. ann-marie/knows suspect- "he would do everything he could
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to basically cause you to interact with him in a really negative way. (philippe) why? (ann-marie) i don't know -- i think he's very unhappy." the san francisco medical examiner's office says 34- year-old eliseo lopez was the man killed in the collision. two victims remain hospitalized... one in critical condition, the other serious. the other two victims were released from the hospital. mark dennis is due in court next week. in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. (vicki) an update on one of the three people injured when a car jumped the curb at oakland airport tuesday night. a woman who was visiting from canada... tells kron4 that she'd been waiting for a ride when the driver slammed into her. she has four broken bones between her neck
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and skull. doctors say she'll be in the hospital for six months. the driver of the car-- juan pablo-- was arrested on suspicion of felony reckless driving and driving without a license. (steve) for 30 years, sonoma raceway has provided a spot for regular folks to drag race. wednesday night, the event turned tragic when one competitor died after crashing his vehicle into a guard rail. kron 4's dan kerman reports this is file video of what it's like to be inside a car that's drag racing at sonoma raceway. but exhilaration turned to heartbreak wednesday night when a 75-year old napa man died . authorities say james kenneth rambo had just crossed the finish line in his customized 1976 ford pinto. authorities say he appeared to brake but his vehicle pulled to the left and slammed into a concrete barrier at over 100 miles per hour. he died as a result of the crash. sonoma raceway says rambo was the
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only racer on the track at the time.. the wednesday night drags program has been going on for 30 years and opens the track to 300 competitors every wednesday night to race in what the raceway calls a safe legal and controlled environment. this is the first on track program's history.dan kerman kron 4 news.55/std (steve) a warning tonight for parents-- after a man was seen taking pictures of kids at popular beach...and exposing himself. find out what police want parents to know... (steve) next: your starbucks coffee may be dangerous for your health. the new warning you'll might see next time you grab a favorite cup of joe. get ready for spring-at the ross spring shoe event. ross has the must-have styles and brands for a fraction of what you'd pay elsewhere. step one: get to ross.
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winter storms has bolstered an otherwise dismal season of snowpack in the northern sierra. the snowpack in
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the lake tahoe area grew from 25 percent to 73 percent between march first and march 25th. that's an increase of 48 percentage points. in terms of water volume, storms added nearly 11 inches of water to the snowpack on average across the tahoe basin. lawrence karnow: it was a warm day even at the coastline with highs in the upper 60s and low 70s at the coast and 80s inland. tonight will be a beautiful evening with very mild temperatures under partly cloudy skies. on the latest satellite image you can see the huge dome of high pressure over california. but you'll also notice a few high clouds moving over the top of that
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ridge. i think we'll see a few more high clouds on friday and maybe even a few patches of fog along the coast as the sea breeze begins to blow. highs tomorrow will be warm with 70s around the bay and a few low 80s inland. at the coast it will be a little cooler with highs in the 60s. it will be cooler this weekend with increasing clouds but no rain is in the forecast. the weatgher pattern will keep temperatures near normal for the first part of the week. showers are possible by next thursday.
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(vicki) a sonoma man is 10- million dollars richer after winning the jackpot on lottery scratchers. officials say ronald lopez stopped at the bonneau's 76 gas station on arnold drive in sonoma for a drink. he then saw the 10-million dollar dazzler scratcher and decided to buy it-- and he won. lopez has the option of receiving 400-thousand dollars per year for 25 years-- or take a lump sum of 5-point-8 million a lump sum of 5-point-8 million dollars. the gas station will get a 50-thousand dollar retailer bonus. (vicki) and make sure you pick up your lottery tickets. the mega millions drawing is tomorrow night-- and the
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jackpot is now 502-million dollars. that's the 10th largest mega millions prize. no one has won the mega millions jackpot since january. the drawing is tomorrow night at 8:00. (steve) students in palo atlo used books as shields and parents rushed to campus today. coming up: what police are doing right now to track down the person who they say made a fake threat. (vicki)a young girl without a mom struggles to get her hair ready for how her bus drive helps fill that void.
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(steve) new at ten: a young girl in utah lost her mom to a rare while learning to do things on her own.. there are times of struggle. (vicki)but then, her bus driver stepped in to help. shara park explains why the driver wants to be there for the children she takes to
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school. nats)each morning, 11-year-old isabella pieri gets ready on her own. her father leaves for work early, and her mother died after years of battling a rare illness.(nats)over the years, isabellas father has taught her to take care of herself, but there is one area thats difficult for most dads: hair.philip pieri/father:"i originally just gave her a crew cut because i didn't know how, and it was all tangled and i couldn't get it out for anything."for a long time it was a quick brush, pony tail and then off to school. but a few months ago, something happened.better yet someone happened: (nats)isabellas bus driver, tracy dean.tracy dean/bus driver:"you can't be shy, you've got to talk to them. you treat them like your own kids, you know."one morning as kids were getting off the bus, isabella noticed tracy fixing a classmates braid and got the courage to ask if she would braid her hair, tracy styles each girls hair almost every morning.tracy dean/bus driver: seven years ago, i found out i had breast cancer, and that's one of the things that went though my head who is going to
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take care of my little ones? not that my husband couldn't do it, but you know, that's what moms do. they do their kids hair.isabella pieri/student:it makes me feel like she's a mom pretty much to me. and it makes me excited for the next day to see what she we thanked tracy for this special act of kindness, (nats)it was hard not to get emotional because what she's' doing is making a difference in the life of a child.(nats)isabella's dad is noticing.philip pieri/father: "tracy didn't have to step up, but she stepped up to help out, i was amazed." (steve) (steve)coming up: santa cruz county officials say a former correctional officer abused his power by sexual assaulting a female inmate. what other actions officials say were an embarassment to their profession. (vicki)facebook is getting a little less personal. what
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method the network is shutting down that will stop advertisers from seeing every details of our lives. (steve) a popular podcast has resulted in a convicted murderer getting a new trial. we'll explain the new process for the man who has been behind bars since 19-99.
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(steve) now at 10:30... police have a warning for parents. they say there's been a report of a man exposing himself while taking
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pictures of children playing on the beach. (vicki) as kron four's terisa estacio reports, parents are concerned. authorities say it was here at linda mar beach in pacifica wednesday afternoon where they received a 911 call concerning an indecent exposure situation. captain chris clements, pacifica police dept. "it was reported that he was taking photo or video of children with his cell phone also exposing himself." captain chris clements tells me - some witnesses sprang into action. captain clements. "we are still looking for surveillance video. witnesses did see him jump into a grey honda, but they couldn't get a license plate. he is described as a white male, with a beard, wearing black hat, t shirt, extremely short white shorts. kristin hudson, parent. it is disturbing to hear about this. you come to a place like this and you think kids can run free, but then you hear this. i will be watching more closely." out at linda mar - parents were equally concerned and grateful to get the news so they could be more aware. yes, it is very important, because i have 2 kids and i definitely feel more informed and appreciate that. clements. it is very unusual to get this type of call, of a man exposing himself and video taping our children, if anyone sees anything like this please give us a call immediately. in pacifica, terisa estacio kron four news (vicki) (vicki) on the
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peninsula-- a man is in custody after allegedly raping a woman in a parking lot in san mateo. it happened tuesday afternoon on 42nd avenue. when police arrived, they found a woman intoxicated and partially unresponsive. she told officers that a man was holding her against her will... and that he ran off. officers found a man nearby
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who fit the description. he was identified as a registered sex offender named eli walker. (steve) several residents of montecito, california, filed a lawsuit against a southern california power company. they allege it is they allege it is responsible for a massive wildfire that led to fatal mudslides back in january. kacey drescher reports. ralph "lalo" barajas:"i've got a new lease on life and i just want to get on with my life." all that's left of the home lalo barajas shared with his partner is this wallralph "lalo" barajas:"this was our place for 17 years."he remembers the last time he saw peter fleurat before he was swept away on january 9th. barajas:"i landed in my neighbor's tree and that saved me. peter's the one that yelled out to me to do that as far as i can tell i should not be standing here."now barajas is seeking some clarity. barajas:"i want some answers to put my life back together." the survivor's legal team is placing the blame on southern california edison.pete bezek: "the stories we hear from our clients are chilling. that's
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what makes this case special and that's why were here." while no amount of money can bring a loved one back, attorneys say edison started the thomas fire.joseph liebman: "we don't have to show that edison was actually negligent in the maintenance or operation of their system. we simply have to tie causally the electricity, the fire and the debris flow which our experts have told us is a very easy connection to make." lawyers behind the first wrongful death lawsuit stemming from the montecito mudslide allege edison's faulty electrical equipment created the fatal conditions alex robertson:"clients have reported hearing snapping trees right before their homes were wiped out. none of that damage happened in the neighboring canyons that the fire didn't burn."barajas still doesn't know how to wrap his head around what happened but he hopes to rebuild here, and hopes one day things will be normal again.barajas:"he would want me to live my life."
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lawrence karnow: it was a warm day even at the coastline with highs in the upper 60s and low 70s at the coast and 80s inland. tonight will be a beautiful evening with very mild temperatures under partly cloudy skies. on the latest satellite image you can see the huge dome of high pressure over california. but you'll also notice a few high clouds moving over the top of that ridge. i think we'll see a few more high clouds on friday and maybe even a few patches of fog along the coast as the sea breeze begins to blow. highs tomorrow will be warm with 70s around the bay and a few low 80s inland. at the coast it will be a little cooler with highs in the 60s. it will be cooler this weekend with increasing clouds but no rain is in the weatgher pattern will keep temperatures for the first week. showers are possible by next thursday.
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(vicki)to the peninsula now... a frightening day at palo alto high school.a threat of violence had the campus on lock-down today.the school is located near the stanford university campus.kron 4's justine waldman tells us there will be extra police officers on campus friday, to ensure there is no violence. palo alto high school students shared pictures with kron 4 news of them using desks to barricade themselves inside classrooms during the lockdown. sot jamie mcgregor / sophomore "the said it was a code red and we have to barricade the doors and everyone has to get inside"someone phoned in a threat of violence to the school.students heard it was about a shooting that would happen on campus.a large police presence came investigate with officers doing sweeps in and outside the school.students said a teacher handed out text books for kids to use as late afternoon, officers determined the threat was not real, and lifted the lockdown. nancy bain / mother daughter is freshmansot thank god they are ok they said it was a hoax not funny.parents rushed to
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get their kids, greeting them with huge hugs, and relief.dan mccrea / parent of freshman sot "of course i thought of the worst possible things but in the world of things this was not that."the lockdown rattled zoe sid, who says she just organized a student walk out against gun violence.sot zoe sid/ junior "it happening here in palo alto that really scares me because we are known as a pretty safe community and it doesn't seem right."justine waldman /@justinewaldman:"as police investigate motive and the person behind the threat, students tell me there were tests happening at school ahead of spring break. in palo alto justine waldman kron 4 news. (steve) former raider and 49er aldon smith was a no show in court today... and now a bench warrant has been issued against him. smith was supposed be arraigned on charges that he violated a
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court order when he contacted the victim in a recent domestic violence incident. smith is accused of assaulting his fiance at her home in san francisco's nob hill neighborhood earlier this month. he has pleaded not guilty to the original charges. a judge has issued a 50-thousand dollar warrant for smith's arrest after he didn't appear in court-- but that will only go into effect if he misses his court date next week. (grant) in santa cruz, the sheriff's department has arrested one of it's own...accused of sex assault inside the main jail. as kron four's rob fladeboe reports now, a correctional officer is accused of having sex with an inmate. this is the booking photo of 29 year old santa cruz county correctional officer marco del real. he was arrested on wednesday and faces multiple felony charges including assault under color of authority. the case began in july of 2017 when fellow correctional officers were hearingrumors that del real had sex with an un-named female inmate who was encarcerated here at the main
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jail. investigators charcterized what happened as a sexual assault. at a news conference, santa cruz county sheriff jim hart said that del real abused his position of authority over the inmate.jim hart/santa cruz county sheriff ".....marco del rio made a choice to violate the law, out policy and his oath in order to victimize this woman, his actions are an embarrassment to our department, it makes me sick..."the sheriff's office says del real and all corrections officers must sumbit to background checks before they are hired. going forward, policies and procedures at the jail here on water street will be reviewed and new video surveillance will be put in place.steve carney/corrections chief "....body worn cameras will be activated any time a corrections officer enters a housing unit to ensure contacts are recorded and increasing the number of stationary cameras will ensure that blind spots in the facility are covered...."the female inmate was provided with counseling and and assured that she would have no further contact with del real. investigators believe there was just the one incident with her but are reaching outnto current and former inmates in search of other possible victims.rob fladeboe/santa cruz "....officer del rio was fired and is now out of jail after posting a $50,000 dollar bond. he is scheduled to be arraigned next week. in santa cruz rob fladeboe kron 4 news
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(steve) a popular podcast has resulted in a convicted murderer getting a new trial. adnan syed gained national attention after his case was the featured on the podcast "serial." the maryland special court of appeals issued an opinion in the adnan syed case. the circuit court for baltimore will now have to retry syed on all charges. the mayor and
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city council will have to foot the bill for the new trial. the maryland attorney general's office is reviewing the decision before a potential appeal to the state's highest court of appeals. syed was convicted of the 19-99 killing his ex-girlfriend, hae killing his ex-girlfriend, hae min lee. he was sentenced to life in prison. (steve)new at ten: authorities raided a petsmart in nashville. city animal care officials received photos and video detailing animal neglect at the store.peta undercover video shows workers refusing to treat the animals at a veterinarian's office because of the cost.according to peta-- two sick guinea pigs and a mouse were taken from the arrests have been made in the case. officials are investigating.those findings will determine if charges would be filed. (vicki) new york police are asking for the public's help in finding the suspect in the brazen, daylight mugging of an elderly man. surveillance video shows the robbery unfolding tuesday morning. watch as he comes up to the 70-year-old man from
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behind... the suspect puts his hand in the victim's pocket... ordering him to drop it. the man loses his balance and falls to the ground. that's when the suspect swipes his wallet off the sidewalk. there were plenty of people walking by, but most of them apparently didn't realize what was happening. that may be because when the suspect saw other pedestrians approaching, he helped the victim up. they likely had no idea they were watching a robbery in action. police say the suspect took 15-dollars from the victim's wallet before returning it to him... and taking off. (steve) shutting down an advertising product...that allowed data brokers to use information from people's target them on the platform. the information includes categories like home ownership and purchase history...and is collected by some of the world's largest data brokers such as acxiom...epsilon...and experian. facebook's product marketing says that the feature will be shut down in about six months. the program allowed specific targeting of audiences using offline data about them in the
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u.s...brazil..france...and japan. (vicki) a warning if you use the app "my fitness pal". your personal information could have been compromised. the app tracks user's exercise and food. today-- under armor-- who owns my fitness pal-- says 150 million people could have had their information stolen. that information includes usernames, email addresses, and passwords. under armor says they are working with security firms to investigate what happened. if you use my fitness pal-- the company says to change your password as soon as possible. ,.coming upi'm doing a story about people blocking the sidewalk (ahhh let me get out the street then i don't want to be on tv) too late you already paid the admission fee. parking in some parts of redwood city is a challenge and so is walking. i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly (sports) coming up i'll have all the day's sports highlights and scores.
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more c-h-p officers finding people behaving badly on the roads. this time it happened on 6- 80 in pleasant hill. in a tweet-- officers said the driver was not pulled over because he was driving a red sports car--. they said it was because they were going 110 miles per hour-- and did not have license plates on the car. (vicki)there are driving problems all around the bay area, and that inevitably leads to parking problems as well. (steve )but now that potent combination has led to another challenge that's making life difficult for people who just want to walk down the sidewal. i'm doing a story about people blocking the sidewalk (ahhh let me get out the street then i don't want to be on tv)
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laughter why you blocking the sidewalk we live in a world where people only care about pedestrians when they are pedestrians once they get into a car all bets are off (sounds of traffic) i'm in redwood city were in some areas residents have a serious parking problem, you can tell by all the signs posted around for instance, here you parking spray painted on the sidewalk and here, active driveway 24 hours please do not block or my favorite .. do not block fence, resident parking only buy the way this sign is for street parking .. i seriously doubt you can be towed nats: ambiance oh and look at this. this line, i believe means on the right side is supposed to be the property line. where it's safe to park some people are even using cones to save parking on a public street... yes it's that bad nats: ambiance but have you ever tried to walk on some of the
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sidewalks it's almost impossible with only a foot of clearance to pass not because the sidewalks are narrow, they are wide enough for someone using a wheelchair to pass if it wasn't for the fact that some of the sidewalks are blocked by cars that were parking half on the street and half on the sidewalk and in some cases the sidewalk is impassable these parking habits forces people to walk into traffic, and based on some of the official city signs i read speeding is a problem éand as we know pedestrians don't have airbags i just think that when you got depressed ditches like this it kinda implies that you can roll the car on up right unless someone tell them no keep parking in the street a resident doesn't really know the difference do they. we'll some people know the difference, this driver parked correctly and didn't block the sidewalkkeep this in mind the sidewalk is for pedestrians and and maybe a random cat and the streets are for cars pretty simple concept don't you agree well i mean i don't live in the neighborhood so i can't exactly answer those in redwood city stanley roberts kron 4 news
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the warriors have struggled without their all-stars. entering tonight against the milwaukee bucks golden state lost 3 of their last 4 the good news is kevin durant and draymond green were back in the lineup durant missed the last six games with a rib injury kd got to work early in the game in the first against giannis antetokounmpo... nails the jumper for the 3-point play durant... 10 points, 6 assists, 3 rebounds giannis... returns the favor in the second quarter durant bad pass to quinn cook the greek freak throws it
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down golden state had 15 turnovers in the first half 32 points, 5 assists, 4 rebounds, 2 steals seconds before halftime-- durant goes to the basket... it looks like he got fouled on the play gets a no-call... he says something to official to get a double- tecnical it's his fifth ejection of the season. warriors were never able to recover bucks led by as much as 20 points quinn cook posted a career-high of 30 points but it wasn't enough... milwaukee wins 116-107 rockets clinch first seed in the west with warriors loss baseball is officially back! the giants and a's are not favorites to win the world series but opening day is opening presents on christmas day... it never gets old. dodger stadium ready to go... after dealing with a sewage problem near the dodgers dugout on tuesday former dodger, kirk gibson dealing with parkison...
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is honored before the game for hitting one of the most memorable home runs in world series history agaisnt the a's in 1988. clayton kershaw on the mound for the dodgers finished spring with a 0.00 era ty blach in for the injured madison bumgarner top third... scoreless game blach get seager on the double play allows 3 hits, strike out 3 in five innings of work joe panik hits a solo shot off kershaw giants take the lead 1-nothing kershaw... 8 hits, 7 strikeouts in six innings hunter strickland... closing in place of mark melancon gets the final out in the ninth... giving the first win of the season san francisco wins 1-nothing over in oakland-- the a's hosting shohei ohtani and the angels at the coliseum. 27,764 at the coliseum... the smallest opening day crowd for the a's since 1980... but they would be happy at the end... rollie fingers... the hall of famer... throwing out the first pitch...
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catching it was marcus semien... who would play very prominently in this game... a's down 4-nothing in the fifth...khris davis... coming off back-to-back 40-home run seasons... hits a 3-run homer pof garrett richards... 4-3 angels next batter... matt olson... down the right field line and out... off the bar-be- que sign... david and joyce go back-to-back... we go to extra innings bottom 11th... marcus semien... with a runner on 3rd and one out... drills the walk-off game-winning hit to center... boog powell scores... a wild celebration ensues semien... gets the pie in the face and the bucket of water postgame... he had 3 hits today final score... 6-5 a's in 11 innings the sharks in nashville taking on the predators. peter deboer and the men in teil... one win away from clinching a playoff spot. san jose have been under fire in march they have won 8 of their last 9 in the third... game tied at 3
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ryan ellis slaps in the fourth goal for the predators nashville up 4-3 under two minutes... sharks get a penalty juuse saros saves logan couture shot finishes with 39 saves tonight san jose lose two straight...5-3 they'll wrap their four-game road trip saturday in los vegas against the golden knights (weather) coming up i'll have the seven day i'll have the coming up (weather)(weather) coming up i'll have the seven day forecast.
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warm day even at the coastline with highs in the upper 60s and low 70s at the coast and 80s inland. tonight will be a beautiful evening with very mild temperatures under partly cloudy skies. on the latest satellite image you can see the huge dome of high pressure over california. but you'll also notice a few high clouds moving over the top of that ridge. i think we'll see a few more high clouds on friday and maybe even a few patches of fog along the coast as the sea breeze begins to blow. highs tomorrow will be warm with 70s around the bay and a few low 80s inland. at the coast it will be a little cooler with highs in the 60s. it will be cooler this weekend with increasing clouds but no rain is in the forecast. the weatgher pattern will keep temperatures near normal for the first part of the week.
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showers are possible by next thursday. next thursday. are possible by
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