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oakland athletics pitcher sean manaea has made history tonight. manaea pitched a no-hitter against the best team in baseball. the game just wrapped up in the last 90 minutes. (jr) good evening and thank you for joining us at 10....i'm j.r. stone manaea stone manaea struck out ten... walked two and threw 95 pitches against the hard-hitting red sox. kron 4's hermela aregawi is live at the oakland coliseum right now with how fans are reacting. hermela, i'm guessing there is some loud yelling going on
out there... (hermela) i spoke with one fan who says.. he didn't think much of the play in the first six innings. but he and people around him started to really pay attention in that seventh inning. people describe the scene as full of excitement, everyone recording the moment on their phones, hugging each other. and that for a moment.. it didn't matter what team you were on. laura henscheo/oaklandpeople were taking videos, they were
doing their cell phones, everybody was like standing on their feet, cheering. it was incredible.manuel jimenez/oaklandit was great it was exciting to beat boston and pitch a no-hitter. boston has the best record right now and for the a's to beat them and pitch a no hitter, you can't ask for anything more (hermela) as you can see there, we spoke with cubs fans, sox fans and a's fans.. everyone excited the same to be a part of this rare moment. reporting live in oakland hermela aregawi kron 4 news (jrs) thank you hermela. we'll have more on the game coming up in sports later in this newscast. (jrs) new at ten. sonoma county deputies have arrested 18-year-old anthony ibach after he was spotted in san rafael. ibach was a person of interest in a deadly stabbing on bodega avenue in sebastopol. this is a picture of ibach...the man who has been arrested.
officers say when they arrived they found 19-year-old cory vaughn with stab wounds.. he died a short time later. several witnesses described a fight in the parking lot that followed a disturbance at a nearby house party. witnesses also say ibach fought with the victim in the lot and stabbed him during the altercation. (jrs) the shooter who killed one person and injured five others in the bayview district of san francisco is still on the loose tonight. kron 4's sara stinson was at the scene early this morning and brings us the latest on the victims from s-f general. reporter intro: ("a total of 5 people were brought here to sf general with, 2 people are in critical condition and 3 others have already been released after being treated for their gunshot wounds.")the shooting happened just after 11 friday night on 3rd and quesada avenue in the bayview district of san francisco. a suspect opened fire hitting 6
people, killing one. s-f-p-d arrived shortly after, but the shooter fled the scene.police spent hours investigating the scene, you could see dozens of evidence markers and shattered glass along the streets.police are now investigating this case as a homicide.the department has not released the names of any of the victims. reporter tag: ("san francisco police are still investigating the motive of this shooting and the suspect is still on the loose. in san francisco, sara stinson, kron 4 news.") (jr) new at 8 tonight... antioch police arrested more than half a dozen people on friday. officers say this was a proactive encorcement focused on high crime areas and a d-u-i enforcement detail last night. 8 people were arrested for d-u-i, drug warrants, a weapons charge, and a stolen motorcycle arrest. in fact a bumper sticker on the stolen motorcycle said...ride it like you stole it. 15 citations were given out during 31 traffic stops. officers are
hopeful that these arrests and citations lead to a safer city. (jr) it's a first of it's kind in the bay area. san mateo county coroner's office held its first ever missing persons day event. there's more than 500 missing and unidentified reports in san mateo county - some of those cases dating back to the 1950s officials interviewed and took dna samples from family members looking for answers. missing persons days started over a decade ago and have gradually expanded around the country.
(mabrisa rodriguez)ridge of high pressure will remain over the region as a weak upper level trough swings through the pacnw on sunday. that being said, morning low clouds will once again be possible along the coast and locally inland, especially monterey/salinas valleys. temperatures will be above normal again on sunday with highs in the 60s/70s coast and 70s/80s inland. no major change in the sensible weather through the middle of next week. night and morning low clouds will continue with afternoon sunshine. there will likely be a slight downward trend in temperatures as high pressure weakens slightly. medium range models still lead to an uncertain/lower confidence forecast late next week. one model gives about a 10-20% chance of 0.01" for sfo
where another weather model takes all rain north of the bay area. therefore, the forecast remains dry for now, but temps cool regardless. (jrs) earth day is tomorrow but today bay area residents celebrated early. i was out there as well as kron4's michelle kingston was at the earth day festival outside san francisco's city hall. (mk)sam hodder, save the redwoods league ceo"it's about our shared obligation, our shared sense of the urgency of the healthy function of the natural world."hundreds gathered in the civic center plaza saturday afternoon to
celebrate earth day leia lee, san francisco"it's amazing. good vibes all day."painting a mural ... listening to music ... and checking out some of the sustainable clothing and gifts for sale ... people here say today is all about remembering to protect our planet.jenna mackenzie, san francisco"take time to notice that you've got to take care of your earth."linda lewin, san francisco"it means a good day to pay attention to our mother earth and to preserve it for the coming generations." eva eddington, san francisco"a day where people should take the time out and just respect the earth and not litter and kind of do commnity service." saturday's earth day celebration honored the save the redwoods league and their 100th anniversary -- inviting everyone to get out and enjoy the redwood forest -- which has been around for millions of years.today's event also focused on integrating green solutions into your every day life ... and remembering to keep our earth beautiful ... with organic cooking demos ... artists and non-profits dedicated to doing just that. nicola mccarthy, san francisco "earth day means to me celebrating this incredible gorgeous earth that i live on and that i love and adore and hope will be with us for a very long time."
(jr) now take a look at this -- canadian geese found wandering on the right shoulder of the bay bridge heading to treasure island. they received a c-h-p escort of several miles. they safely made it to land thanks to trainee officer torres and his field training officer ratto. (jr) a very nice weekend is upon us.. a lot of people were out at the beaches today ... and of course, one of the most popular spots is stinson beach in marin county.. but that beach is still recovering from that powerful storm two- weeks ago.. one that flooded the beach parking lot. kron 4's charles clifford was at stinson beach friday and has more on where you can now park.
well, the weather was fantastic here in west marin on friday and it will probably be this weekend as well, that means thousand of people will flock here to the beach. but, things could get more crowded than usual because the main parking lot is still not fully repaired. so far, roughly half of the stinson beach parking lot is open. there was a good amount of work put into clearning the mud and debris last week, but that effort has slowed down. the central and north end of the parking lot remain closed. the beach access on the north end is completely destroyed and the national park service, which manages stinson beach hasn't given a timetable for the repairs. now, with warm weather on tap for this weekend, it could get very busy here at stinson as people head to the beach. that problem will be made worse by the lack of parking spots.
parking lot is a mess so they parking in the parking lot until they can't and then they try to find street parking up on the hill. . like in front of my house.> the other looming issue here is that eskoot creek, which drains water from mount tampalpais to the ocean was filled with rock and debris by that big storm two weeks ago. that is forcing the creek water into the neighborhoods and out on to the streets. if it's not cleared before the next heavy big storm, the creek could flood into the homes and businesses. no word yet on when or even if the creek will be cleared anytime soon. standupfinally, the good news is that there's no rain in the immediate forecast giving everyone here a chance to continue the cleanup and figure out what to do about the parking lot and creek.in marin county, charles clifford kron 4 news. (jr) an elementary school teacher accused of trying to have sex with a minor has been charged. this is an update to a story we brought you on thursday. 36-year-old andrew lund worked as a 4th grade teacher at glen cove elementary. he is suspected of trying to send harmful material to a minor,
and attempting to have sex with a child. the investigation began when an undercover officer posed as a teenage girl online. police say the officer and lund started chatting ... and planned to meet for sex. (jrs) coming up -- hundreds of people came together to create this giant human banner spelling out "vote." we'll take you to where this happened and tell you why it was so important. (jrs) plus-- the warnings may seem endless... but they are important. the reason why experts say getting earthquake insurance is not something you want to dismiss. (jrs) and family and loved ones said their final good byes to former first lady barbara bush... we have an inside look at her funeral that took place today... when we come back.
(jrs) barbara bush was laid to rest today. after more than five decades in the public eye -- the former first lady is being remembered for her devotion to country and family. kim hutcherson has more. family and friends gathered saturday to remember barbara bush -- celebrating the life and legacy of the former first lady.jon meacham / presidential historian: "she
was candid and comforting, steadfast and straight forward, honest and loving. barbara bush was the first lady of the greatest generation."her husband of 73 years -- former president george h.w. bush -- was in the front row.the couple's five children -- including former president george w. bush -- sat nearby.some of the most prominent names in american politics crossed party lines to pay their respects.first lady melania trump sat alongside former presidents and former first ladies. speakers paid tribute to barbara bush's work in and out of the public eye.jeb bush / son: "we learned to strive to be genuine and authentic by the best role model in the world. her authentic plastic pearls. her not curling her hair. by the way, she was beautiful until the day she died. her hugging of an hiv/aids patient. her standing by her man with a little rhyming poetry in the 1984 election. and a thousand other ways barbara bush was real. that's why people admired her
and loved her so."a private interment service was held after the funeral.barbara bush was buried at her husband's presidential library in college station, tx.i'm kim hutcherson reporting. (jrs) more than two hundred people came out to san francisco this afternoon to help create a giant human banner. this was the view from ocean beach as a helicopter flew over the event. participants were asked to wear blue clothing to help spell out the word -- vote -- in 50-foot letters. one participant says the weather was perfect for today's event. rachel buddeberg/participant: "i have wanted to participate in these human banners for quite sometime and today, finally with the weather, my schedule and everything fell into place and it seems very important to participate in something that spells vote because that's the way we can take our country back." the group hopes the giant human banner will remind
people to register to vote. approximately five-thousand people attended last year's event. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (mabrisa (mabrisa rodriguez)ridge of high pressure will remain over the region as a weak upper level trough swings through the pacnw on sunday. that being said, morning low clouds will once again be possible along the coast and locally inland, especially monterey/salinas valleys. temperatures will be above normal again on sunday with highs in the 60s/70s coast and 70s/80s inland. no major change in the sensible weather through the middle of next week. night and morning low clouds will continue with afternoon sunshine. there will likely be a slight downward trend in temperatures as high
pressure weakens slightly. medium range models still lead to an uncertain/lower confidence forecast late next week. one model gives about a 10-20% chance of 0.01" for sfo where another weather model takes all rain north of the bay area. therefore, the forecast remains dry for now, but temps cool regardless.
homeowners and renters. it's time to get earthquake insurance and get your home retrofitted before the next big earthquake.kron 4's gabe slate spoke with the california earthquake authority. sound from: glenn pomeroy - california earthquake authority "most homes out here are not prepared" glenn pomeroy, with the california earthquake authority, says a lot of californians do not understand earthquake insurance. sound from: glenn pomeroy - california earthquake authority "people think gov will bail them out"the only way to get earthquake coverage is to buy a separate policy. glenn pomeroy says because the california earthquake authority was created by the california legislature and is a non for profit insurance provider they offer safe reliable affordable policies.
and not just for homeowners glenn says renters should have earthquake insurance also which can run as low as $150 a year.sound from: glenn pomeroy - california earthquake authority"it's very cheap and we know the big one is coming " glenn pomeroy says if you retrofit your house you save 20% on earthquake insurance. sound from: glenn pomeroy - california earthquake authority " if not retrofitted like pulling rug from under someone, so easy to retrofit for a few thousand dollars " not every home needs retrofitting. sound from: glenn pomeroy - california earthquake authority" it's just homes before 1979 that is really bad and need to be
checked " in berkeley gabe slate kron 4 news (jrs) coming up -- the federal aviation administration is ordering all airlines to inspect engines similar to the one that killed a woman... the new guidelines airlines must follow... coming up. (jrs) plus -- workplace safety regulators say they are investigating incidents at tesla's factory... how tesla officials are responding. to move california forward, we need to help more californians get ahead. that's why antonio villaraigosa brought both parties together to balance the state budget with
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at home. maybe you could save energy by weaving your own shoes... out of flax. or... just set the washing machine to cold. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. (jrs) tonight --- the f-a-a is demanding inspections on hundreds of plane engines. this, in hopes of preventing another accident in the air. camila bernal
explains this new requirement. the federal aviation administration is giving airlines 20 days to check c-f-m-56-7-b engines... the type of engine that failed and forced southwest airlines flight 13-80 to an emergency landing in philadelphia"all of a sudden the plane just dropped like i've never seen" the faa says 352 engines in the u.s. and 681 engines worldwide have to be checked by a certified mechanic-- all in hopes of preventing another tragedy."i thought, we all thought, it was going down, this is it. in fact the first thing that i did was start praying"the new faa directive comes as investigators look into tuesday's southwest engine failure.it requires this type of engine, to be inspected after more than 30- thousand takeoffs and landings
the engine manufacturer is also recommending that by the end of august, engines be inspected after going through 20-thousand takeoffs and landings.after the initial review, they recommend engines be checked every two years. "i was scared but i knew that i was going to be blessed.. i knew that my god was going to take care of me one way or another"in addition to the faa requirements, the airline also hoping to ease tensions southwest sent passengers on the flight a check for five thousand dollars --and a thousand dollar travel voucher in hopes that will restore confidence in the airline. im camila bernal, reporting. (jrs) workplace (jrs) workplace safety regulators say they are investigating two incidents at automaker tesla's factory in northern california. investigations come after the center for investigative reporting catalogued a series of workplace injuries at tesla. california's division of occupational safety and health said that it had opened an investigation into an unspecified incident. the agency earlier said it was investigating an incident that
resulted in a 30-year-old subcontractor breaking his jaw. tesla officials say the center incorrectly counted injuries that occurred away from the factory in fremont. the automaker says the reporting also relied on unspecified inaccurate information. (jrs) straight ahead -- one teen is calling on lawmakers to make it harder to buy cough syrup. what sparked his concerns coming up (jrs) the 19-year-old accused of carrying out a shooting at a florida high school appeared in court this week... the charges he's facing.. when we come back (mabrisa)a look at your forecast coming up...
influnce yesterday for 4-20 festivities. nearly 420- thousand people caught bart yesterday and bart officials say that's a áhighá for a friday. (jrs) now to a big national story we've been following out of florida... a student was wounded in a shooting friday at a high school in ocala. the shooting occurred shortly before students were to walk out as part of a national protest against gun violence. reporter matt lupoli sat down with the suspected shooter who told him it was a message to people. matt lupoli/reporting: "why?" sky bouche/suspect: "to let people know there's something wrong with me."sky bouche says sickness drove him to plan a shooting at the school he used to attend, forest high. sky bouche/suspect: "i got a sawed off shotgun, put it in a guitar case. and i also had a
tactical vest filled with shotgun slugs and rounds." handcuffed and shackled inside marion county's jail, he claims he's been treated for his mental health before but wanted more serious attention paid to his problems now, saying, taking lives wasn't part of his plan. sky bouche/suspect: "no, just to really, really scare them. i want to put away where i can't hurt anybody."he did bring fear to forest high and the rest of the community. and the single shot he did fire into a door left a 17-year-o boy with a wounded foot. matt lupoli/reporting: should've had a gun?"sky bouche/suspect: matt "matt sky bouche is 19. he says he after the school shooting in parkland, before the legal limit was changed to 21. he says he bought it privately without a background check from someone he met online. do you feel sorry? do you feel remorseful?"sky bouche/suspect: "yeah. that's why i put down the gun. i could have kept going." (jr) sad news for austin powers fans tonight... verne troyer, the diminutive actor best known for playing "mini-me" in the "austin
powers" films, has died. troyer's death was announced saturday in a statement on the actor's verified facebook page. a cause of death was not revealed, but the statement mentioned that troyer had been dealing with a, quote, "recent time of adversity". troyer was one of the shortest people in the world, standing just two feet, eight inches tall. but he achieved success as an actor, appearing in more than two dozen films ... ... including playing griphook the goblin in the first "harry potter" film. verne troyer was 49 years old. (live) taking a live look outside at san francisco's embarcadero.... (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (mabrisa (mabrisa rodriguez)ridge of high pressure will remain over the region as a weak upper level trough swings through
the pacnw on sunday. that being said, morning low clouds will once again be possible along the coast and locally inland, especially monterey/salinas valleys. temperatures will be above normal again on sunday with highs in the 60s/70s coast and 70s/80s inland. no major change in the sensible weather through the middle of next week. night and morning low clouds will continue with afternoon sunshine. there will likely be a slight downward trend in temperatures as high pressure weakens slightly. medium range models still lead to an uncertain/lower confidence forecast late next week. one model gives about a 10-20% chance of 0.01" for sfo where another weather model takes all rain north of the bay area. therefore, the forecast remains dry for now, but temps cool regardless.
the route-91-strong group distributed some of the money the charity has collected. among those funds was an 11- thousand dollar donation from luca iclodean. he is a member of the hard rock hotel banquets team and was shot at the festival. co-workers raised 11-thousand dollars for him, but because of help from friends and family, he didn't need the money. instead, he donated it to route-91- strong to help others. the charity is organized by other survivors. route-91-strong helps survivors of the shooting pay medical expenses. it also provides support for people suffering from p-t-s-d, nightmares, and those unable to pay bills because they
can't work. (jrs) the opioid epidemic is now effecting america's military. how the national guard is responding to the problem. (jrs) and the 49ers making a special appearance at a prom in san francisco... why the moment was so important to those teens attending.. coming up after the break. the savings are in full bloom at ross.
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a challenge for us.defense leaders say the qualified applicant pool is shrinking due to issues like obesity and drug use.joseph l. lengyel/ national guard bureau people are excluded because of previous drug convictions and the likes so it is having an impact.lawmakers are concerned about readiness. congressman hal rogers wants to make sure the military is properly staffed. but he worries the drug problem is only getting worse.hal rogers: as we've begun to successfully crack down on pills. heroin becomes cheaper this god awful sedative fentanyl.brie jackson/ d.c. correspondent: the spending bill includes more than 3 billion dollars to help fight the opioid crisis. in addition, defense leaders want millions more for military-related efforts to reduce drug use. the military is launching a new campaign to teach potential recruits about the dangers of drug use and the benefits of service. in washington brie jackson.
pass or fail. if drivers see a pedestrian in a cross walk that does not always mean they are stopping. our stanley roberts hears some of their so-called logic. coming up in coming up in sports. history made in oakland. a's pitcher sean manea... a's pitcher sean manea... throws a no - hitter. highlights of the big game...and all the sports...next.
top 8th... and manaea throws his 10th strikeout of the night...he now has a chance to pitch a no hitter. 9th inning... and history is made ...hanley ramirez grounds out to short...and sean manaea gets the no hitter on the red sox. this is the 12th no hitter in franchise history...and the seventh no hitter in oakland history. final (3-0) athletics. oakland is back in action sunday...taking on the boston red sox. here is sean manaea on his big game...(sot) you can see it here manaea getting a pie in the face and water and gatorade dumped on his head. all about the celebration in oakland on saturday night. and the giants played saturday night as well...they traveled to anaheim to take on the angels. top second: no
score.... bradon belt hits a fly ball to center field that mike trout has a chance at...but trout... can't hold on the ball...so it's a two-run homerun to make the score (2-nothing) giants. bottom 6th...and here comes the angels...albert pujols hits a homerun...the fourth homerun of the game to push anaheim over san francisco ( 4- 2) top 9th.... with the game-tying run at first...joe panik grounds out to third for the final out of the game. final: (4-3) angels. san francisco will play sunday in anaheim against the angels. (j.r.)we're now less than 24 hour away from warriors basketball. the dubs with a chance to close out their round 1 series against the san antonio spurs on sunday. the team practiced friday and saturday. they face off at 12:30 sunday in san antonio. they are up three to nothing against the spurs. no team in nba history has ever blown a three to nothing lead in a playoff series. if the team
were to complete the sweep and beat the spurs sunday they would then have five days off. possibly six before their next game. that would give klay thompson time to rest his thumb, draymond green time to rest his shoulder, and shaun livingston time to rest his sprained ankle. and let's not forget about stephen curry. this is him warming up before game 2 of the series. he will not be in action sunday. in fact his knee won't be re-evaluated until next friday. that being said he did participate in a good portion of the team's practice on saturday. he is still not involved with the contact stuff but he's more and more involved every day. coach steve kerr talked about steph curry's condition. "five on o stuff our drill work defensive segments he did all that stuff...not surprised...coming along well...don't expect him to be willis reed tomorrow...coming along well."
(jrs) tonight -- the san francisco 49ers attended the eighth annual prom at u-c-s-f benioff children's hospital san francisco. more than two hundred teen patients and their friends lived it up in mission bay with the players. patients and 49ers players enjoyed a fun-filled "vintage circus" prom with photo booths, music, dancing, dining and more. this special evening allowed patients to participate in a milestone that they may miss as a result of sickness. i've spent a lot of time at that hospital and i can tell you that events like this mean the world to the kids that often have to stay there for long periods of time. (jrstone) new info... over one hundred firefighters on scene. photo from viewer tom.
you are looking at police and sheriff motorcycles officers from cities all around santa clara county, hitting the streets of morgan hill (sound of motorcycles) they are part of santa clara county allied enforcement and they target drivers behaving badly behinds the wheel like speeders where officers used lidar to determine the speed of drivers on various roads know for speeders .. and drivers thank you guys thank you, this road people are always speeding on this road they never stop.. the school zone down here they are usually doing like 50, 60 miles per hour thank you guys for coming out have a good day and residents you don't like it here in morgan hill? (i don't like you) why don't you like me you think about it just not this resident were tickled pink when they are caught speeding they either were pulled over or flagged down this driver was in the process of passing another driver hi officer butler with the los altos police department we are here on a joint task force they driver
claimed she knew there was zero tolerance enforcement going on.we're coming into a school zone here and it's a posted 40 and you at 53 coming into it ... they also looked at drivers not stopping for school buses with the red lights activated did you see the school bus lights come on (no) you didn't see it we were behind you when you went around it do you know what you re suppose to do when they come on (stop) and you didn't why i didn't pay attention.. not paying attention to school buses can set you back in the range of 700 dollars and a point on your record officers also focused for another important issue, pedestrian safety .which was slightly missed by this driver i'm asking the police officers if they could stop having people cross the street in front of cars because earlier when i was driving a whole group of cars like 10 people and a old man like maybe 60 years probably not too old just randomly walks in front about 6 cars that are in a group and i had to slam on my breaks it doesn't seem appropriate oh
yea . it was like that . oh look i've run out of time but i'll have more in a future edition of people behaving badly in morgan hill stanley roberts kron 4 news (jrs) one teen is speaking out against a popular party drug -- and it could be sitting in your medicine cabinet. it's cough syrup... and it's being turned into cocktails to get high. 17 year old jino arredondo says it's fueling teenage house parties. and he's sick of it -- in fact hes tired of his scocer team getting smaller because his friends become addicited. jino says he's working with lawmakers at the colorado state capitol...to make it so any cough syrup purchase with dextramethorphan in it...can only be puchased by someone who is 18 years or older.
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"golden state, three-zip this series, going to an elimination game."no steph... no problem... as the warriors build a commanding three-zero lead over the spurs in the first round of the nba playofs... and look to close them out in san antonio tomorrow... we will break down game four... and have reaction from the teamspeaking of steph curry... he can now return to practice... but what can and can't he do?... and when will he return to the court?there has already been one playoff sweep... and it was engineered by what would be the warriors next opponent... we will tell you who it is and what to expect looking ahead to round twoplus we will recap all of the first round of the nba playoffs... who is looking good... and who is in trouble no need to fight... hoop session is...... next!!!