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(pam) we continue to follow the breaking news we first brought you at 8. a deadly fire at a mobile home park in san jose. thank you for joining us tonight.. im pam moore. (grant) and im grant lodes. a 4 year-old was thought to be missing... but has since been missing... but has since been found safe. this was at the westwinds mobile home park on hermitage street in the northern-most park of san jose. kron 4's charles clifford is live on the scene of this breaking news. chuck, what do we know how the young man who died? we will be on scene all night and tomorrow there will be cause task force to determine what caused the fire. ((on cam tag)) (pam) there was also a fire at a daycare
((on cam tag)) (pam) there was also a fire at a daycare center late today in san jose. all 15 children and 7 adults are safe... they were outside when the fire started at early discoveries... located on bercaw lane. 20 years does not seem like enough time for killing three babies. (grant)in the east bay.. a family is pleading to keep the woman who killed their granddaughters in jail. megan hogg's family says she hasn't served her time.(pam) the 45- year old was convicted of killing her three daughters in 1999. this month, she was up for parole .. and was approved to be released next year.(grant) but her family is fighting back. they spoke exclusively to kron 4's hermela aregawi...who joins us live from the east bay with that story. (hermela aregawi)as far as the
family knew.. hogg was supposed to be in jail for six more years. but this month she had a parole hearing that they knew nothing about.. - and is now set to be released next april. but with the help of san mateo county's district attorney's office.. they are fighting to keep her behind bars. they were two, three and seven years old..their family describes them as silly.. and happy little girls.damali ross/victims' aunti lost a part of myself when they passed away. it's so devastating and so hard to explain to have somebody that you love took from you so suddenly and violently. to have to think about their last moments it's devastating.in 1999, the girls' paternal grandmother found their bodies in the daly city home they shared. megan hogg was convicted of suffocating her daughters to death and sentenced 25 years to life. mary jolivette/victims' grandmother.our job is to protect our children to fight for them and to have the mother take your own children, there are no words for that. who does that? you have so much against you in this world and then to have your own mother turn against you like that, no, no.hogg's attorney's argued she was diagnosed with depression two years earlier..
and is deemed mentaly ill.but her family says... there were no signs that she would be capable of harming her own daughters.mary jolivette/victims' grandmother. every time we saw them they were dressed, well-behaved well treated no scars or anything.damali ross/victims' aunti would not have called megan a bad mother before this. she never showed any signs. so she hid it well. i don't know what the explanation is.(hermela aregawi)the da is asking the parole board to re-review hogg's case.. and is arguing that she's had some serious violations in prison. and considering the nature of her crime.. she isn't ready to be released. reporting live in contra costa county hermela aregawi kron 4 news.
if no one matches perfectly they can change the criteria of the search so that it might partially match and there is a process in place once they have that kind of match and they have to ask special permission to do that. (pam) d-n-a 'did in' the golden state killer.. we learned today just how investigators, after decades of trying, finally arrested the man known as the golden state killer.(grant) joseph deangelo is accused of
being the man who killed 12- people.... and raped more than 50- women in the 1970's and 1980's. many of the crimes happened in the bay area... terrorizing the community. he is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow for two of the killings in sacramento county. kron 4's justine waldman has more on how detectives used ágenealogy websitesá to track down the notorious killer... daugther sot you were not as smart as you thought you were debbi domingo feels a sense of relief police have caught the man accused of murdering her mother, sheri in their santa baraba home..natsat joseph deanglo's house in citrus heights, fbi agents searched for clues connecting him to decades old crimes brutally committed by the golden state killer..dna evidence is the strongest link between the 72 year old man, and dozens of decades old rapes and murders. professor sot they did a surveillance and they waited for him to discard something into the public domain once they did that they could take that item whether it was a
beer can or a cigarette or whatever take it back to the lab and try and generate a profile from thatkron 4 news has confirmed investigators used dna from crime scenes and matched it to a relative of deanglo who was registered on a genealogy website.which is a place for example people send in saliva swabs to learn about their ancestory. and then narrowed it down to possible suspects, using that person's family history.bicka barlow sot just raised more questions for me as to how they did it and what type of technology they usedbicka barlow is a bay area based forensic consultant and attorney.and tells me, this could be the first time law enforcement used commercial dna databases to catch a killer.bicka barlow sot i think there are serious privacy and legal questions that surround thisit appears detectives matched the dna from the crime scenes, to the internet, to an item deangelo possibly tossed in the trash. for victims families, the hope is the dna evidence will lead them to justice. daugther sot him it is a lock you can't hid from dna
(pam) our coverage of the suspected serial killer's arrest.... continues at kron-4 dot com. there you can find a timeline of events related to this case. an audio interview of one of the victims, speaking out about the arrest... and what neighbors are saying about the suspect's behavior. all that, and more on kron-4 dot com (grant)p-g-and e will pay nearly 100 million dollars in penalties tied to the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion. the california public utilities commission unanimously approved the fine
today. p-g-and e will pay six million dollars each... to san bruno and san carlos. 12 million will go to the state's general fund. p-gand-e will also forgo 63 point five million in revenue it would have otherwise collected from its customers in 20-18 and 20- 19. the commission already fined the company more than one billion dollars over the 20-10 explosion that killed eight people. (pam) we are learning the identity of a woman killed in a crash involving an unlicensed teenager driver. susan williams died in the collision. it happened on lakeville highway tuesday morning. police say, javier lopez were driving on the road when he crossed double yellow lines... and hit williams' car head on. williams was a marine biologist and distinguished professor at u-c davis' department of evolution and ecology. lawrence karnow: it took a long time for clouds to clear today and as a result the temperatures were not as warm.
it has been breezy too which will bring clouds back into the bay and valleys tonight. a few thunderstorms popped up over the sierra in the afternoon and we could see more over the next few days. on the satellite you can see the low pressure center now off the coast of northern california. it will continue to wander toward the bay area the next few days to bring more clouds and even a chance of some showers to the bay area. tomorrow will be partly cloudy with isolated coastal drizzle. highs will be cooler and in the 60s in the warmest spots inland, low to mid 60s around the bay and 50s to low 60s at the coast. there is a slight chance of showers friday night and into saturday morning. temperatures this weekend will be running well below average. warm spring sunshine should return toward the middle of next week. (pam) (pam) cosby convicted jurors found bill cosby guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault. the 80-year-old was on trial for drugging and sexually
assaulting andrea constand ... 14- years ago. she says bill cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her at his home in 2004.the comedian could face up to thirty- years in prison. kevin steele/ montgomery county district attorney: "he used his celebrity, he used his wealth, he used his network of supporters to help him conceal his crimes. and now we really know today who was behind that act. who the real bill cosby was." lili bernard / cosby accuser: "i feel like my faith in humanity is restored."victoria valentino / cosby accuser: "we are vindicated, we are validated and we are now part of the tsunami of women's power and justice."and justice." bill cosby did not testify in court. after the guilty verdict -- he had an outburst.as the terms of cosby's bail were being debated -- the prosecution said, cosby should await sentencing in jail because he is wealthy and has a private plane. at that point -- the comedian shouted an obscenity at the district attorney -- said, he did not have a private plane. (grant) north korean leader kim jong un has made history.... by crossing over
to the southern side of the world's most heavily armed border.. the d-m-z.. un is meeting rival south korean president moon jae-in. it is the first time a member of the kim dynasty.... has set foot on southern soil since the end of the korean war in 1953. in talks today, kim promised more meetings with south korea. (pam) it is an airborne virus and it can be deadly. where someone has been diagnosed with the infection that you can get from rats. (grant) plus...new tonight at ten. some people sure seem to be working the system to get their animals into places they're not supposed to be. meet two bay area women on either side of the issue. (pam)more than 200 people are without their homes.. as an apartment building in concord is taken down piece by piece. next: the lastest on the fire investigation in the east bay.
day of demolition at that concord construction site that went up in flames on tuesday. (grant)(grant) the demo was intended to make the site safe... so those who live in the complex next door.. could return home....and investigators can get in there and figure out what started the fire. kron 4's dan kerman reports. two days after fire raced through a concord construction site where contractors were 60% of the way towards completing a 240 unit residential complex known as renaissance 2 , smoke was still coming from the ashes.
crews spent much of the day demolishing part of the construction site to make the area safe so those evacuees who live next door in renaissance 1 could return home but by the end of the day authorities announced that wasn't going to happen because more demolition needs to be done fridaysot steve hill/contra costa county fire 30-39there's still a risk of collapse that could effect those units and secondarily the county health department has identified health issues related to the air quality in renaissance 1.rennaisance one's managemetn company is now working with a remediation firm to air out the building so the air quality will improve.. in the meantime, the fire site has been stabilized enough to allow contra costa county fire and atf investigators into the site for the first time to begin search for a cause sot robert marshall/fire marshal 113-123the investigation in terms of the investigative techniques that they use have just gotten started so we are very early in the process. there are a number of tools at their disposal and so that's what you are seeing with the investigators.standup dan kerman /concord 128-138we have confirmed that investigators did remove a couple of security cameras on the site in hopes that they will provide information into the cause of this fire., in concord, dan kerman kron 4 news (pam) a confirmed hantavirus infection has prompted a public health warning in the bay area. one person has been diagnosed with an infection (pam) 4 newsdan kerman kron 4 news
(pam) a confirmed hantavirus infection has prompted a public health warning in the bay area. one person has been diagnosed with an infection caused by hantavirus.. it happened in santa cruz county. hantavirus pulmonary syndrome... often known as h-p-s... is caused by a virus found in rodent urine, droppings and saliva. people typically contract the infection when entering or cleaning buildings where rodents are present. any surfaces that may be contaminated should be wiped
with a 10-percent bleach solution or commercial disinfectant before further cleaning. (pam) triple-a reports... hit-and-run crash deaths are on the rise... and in fact, have hit a record high. according to the triple-a foundation for traffic safety, more than one hit-and-run crash happens every minute in the u-s. in 20-16, hit- and-runs caused more than two thousand deaths. that's a 60 percent increase since 20-09. the majority of those killed were bicyclists or pedestrians. triple-a is urging drivers to stay alert... and never leave a crash scene, which is illegal, regardless of who caused the accident. a live look outside tonight.. tonight..lawrence has the forecast lawrence karnow: it took a long time for clouds to clear today and as a result the
temperatures were not as warm. it has been breezy too which will bring clouds back into the bay and valleys tonight. a few thunderstorms popped up over the sierra in the afternoon and we could see more over the next few days. on the satellite you can see the low pressure center now off the coast of northern california. it will continue to wander toward the bay area the next few days to bring more clouds and even a chance of some showers to the bay area. tomorrow will be partly cloudy with isolated coastal drizzle. highs will be cooler and in the 60s in the warmest spots inland, low to mid 60s
(grant) new video of the van strike in canada that left at least 10 people dead. (pam) reporter peter akman has more on the video and where the investigation stands today. this security video... from a business on toronto's yonge street... capturing what would be the start...of the murderous rampage... by the driver of this white van pedestrians shocked at the sight...quickly running out of the way...as these new glimpses emerge...the investigation into the alleged killer is gearing up...today, several men wearing what looks like casual canadian military uniforms... are escorted into alek minassian's home by investigators.looking for clues in what led to this tragedy....but for many people...the focus now is on helping and supporting the victims...the memorial at olive square continues to
grow...so too do smaller displays... popping up along the route... where the van drove.woman:"it's just super sad."woman: "when it happens in other cities, in other countries, you feel badly but this .really hit hard."hoping to lessen the blow...therapy dogs were brought to the area...and their impact... was nearly instant.nat sound:many people... breaking down with just a touch...nat sound: "thank you so much for your help thank you. it's my pleasure to help you"st. john ambulance members... say the animals... can truly change people's lives.barbara wuhr: "it's impacted a lot of people so our dogs are here to help them have a little but of joy in a time of sadness." (pam) new information tonight .. doctors say, three people remain in serious condition, five others are critical. (pam) teachers across the nation are trying to drum up attention and support for better pay and resources. what promises they say lawmakers
(pam) new at ten: for the first time, the public is getting a chance to review a 20-14 officer - involved shooting .... that left a crew member for the t-v show "cops"... dead.(grant)a judge... considering a civil suit filed by the victim's family... ruled this week that the video can be released.john chapman reports. about four years ago omaha police rain bullets on a suspect attempting to rob a wendy's restaurant near 43rd and dodge.the suspect cortez washington was shot and killed..but caught in the wall of bullets was bryce dion an audio supervisor for the tv show cops.nat sound:dion along for the ride with police was
also shot and killed.john chapman:"what followed was a grand jury investigation that found no criminal wrong doing against omaha police."the family of bryce dion followed that decision with a wrongful death lawsuit.that lawsuit has yet to be settled after years of paperwork running through the system.brian jorde is the attorney for the dion family. brian jorde:"well when you sue the government there's something that's called a tort claim that has to give the city six months to review potential allegations. there's delays built in the process. that's the reason why it's taken so long." jorde has had possession of the video for quite some time, but was unable to release it.he believes the video helps his case.brian jorde:"we think it leaves no doubt as to the negligent acts of what occurred from the omaha police department, the city of omaha. and that this was clearly a preventable death." the two sides were in court yesterday arguing the case.brian jorde: "yesterday the city was trying to argue that it can't be held liable if its officers intend to pull their service weapons and a bullet discharges and kills someone. they're saying they can't be held liable for negligence." jorde says the city should be held liable . and now he believes the public can judge for themselves.brian jorde:"we're glad the video is finally out there for the public to see. we think that the public should always be informed of the activities of the police in cases like this. and we're glad that the judge saw fit to play it in court
yesterday." yesterday." to play it in court yesterday." (pam) two weeks after a violent attempted robbery caught on camera. theives strike again... 1- thousand -feet away from the same spot. neighbors in the area now say, they are afraid of being the next victim. (grant) tourists come from all over the world to soak up the sight...the north-western tip of san francisco.but as our stanley
we need to help more californians get ahead. that's why antonio villaraigosa brought both parties together to balance the state budget with record investments in public schools... and new career training programs. as mayor of la, he brought police and residents together to get illegal guns off the streets and keep kids out of gangs, and on the right path. that's antonio villaraigosa. a governor for all of california.
arrest.(grant) and we continue to learn more about the man of many names: golden state killer, the east area rapist and the original nightstalker.... in the 1970's...deangelo was a police officer in tulare county...and in auburn near sacramento...b ut was fired after he shoplifted from a store. then deangelo spent most of his working life in roseville. for 27 years...he was a mechanic at the save mart grocery distribution center...he retired last year. save mart says it is cooperating with the investigation. (pam) the golden state killer has devastated families throughout the state ... back in 19-81, he claimed the lives of a santa barbara woman and her boyfriend. reporter kay recede, using facebook... talked to the daughter of that victim, from her texas home .. cheri domingo had always been a nurturing loving mother to debbi... but debbi admits
— as a teenager in 1981 — their relationship hit a rough patch... we spoke to her from her texas home through facebook(debbi domingo, mother was killed by east area rapist)'i just yelled at her, why donút you just stay out of my life? and i hung up the phone and i peddled off on my bicycle and i thought, i had the last word.'that last word... would be the last conversation debbi would have with her mother — 24 hours later cheri and her boyfriend greg sanchez would be found brutally beaten to death in this goleta (go-lee-tah) home in santa barbara county... domingo was devastated.... but that fiery nature she had as a teen... turned into a lifelong passion to find justice for her mom. she has been sharing her journey on youtube.(domingo) 'for years i had been talking to her spirit and just saying weúre gonna get him, mom. weúre gonna get him.'seven years ago — dna testing linked the east area rapist to cheri and gregús murder... it was the same technology that would lead investigators to this man — former auburn police officer joseph de angelo (domingo)'for him to be alive and in custody and we know itús a lock, we know itús him,
you canút hide from dna, we know itús him.'domingo says a trusted source told her on tuesday theyúve made an arrest — now domingo says this to her mother(domingo)'so today, that message has changed, that message is, we got him.'(kay recede)'domingo says now she can stop the hunt — she says thereús a sense of freedom and a big sigh of relief knowing the man suspected of killing her mom is now behind bars'and for that once rebellious teen - turned fiery advocate — domingo now plans to tell de angelo this(domingo)'you werenút as smart as you thought you were.' (pam)(pam) that was kay recede reporting... domingo plans to go to the court hearings. she says, she empathizes with deangelo's loved ones, because as the victims are getting some answers, his family's lives are about to get rockier. (grant) increasing crime concerns in alamada tonight. two waitresses there were robbed tuesday night on pacific avenue near webster street. that comes just two weeks after a woman was murdered in the same area. kron four's philippe djegal talked to investigators to see
if the cases are connected. (philippe) a little rattled...lt. wayland gee/alameda police- "they were shaken up by it." and, still a bit stunned...lt. wayland gee/alameda police- "quite surprised by it." two waitresses who survived an attack and robbery tuesday night after work are not yet back on the job... but the restaurant manager says they will be soon. though neighbors in the area are concerned about a second violent incident happening within a span of two weeks. francesca velasquez/lives and works in the area- "(philippe) do you walk alone out here by yourself? (francesca) i do, sometimes. but i shouldn't." the two victims... 59 and 62-years-old were walking to their parked cars on pacific avenue off webster street at around 10-15 that night... when they were jumped by four to six teenage boys... and, men in their early twenties.lt. wayland gee/alameda police- "the suspects then pushed the females down to the ground, struck one of them and took their purses." no arrests have been announced. just two weeks ago... a 61-year- old woman died from injuries sustained during an attempted robbery caught on video near another restaurant up the street from tuesday's robbery. lt. wayland gee/alameda police- "it does sound similar, um, and it occured in the same business district, uh, blocks away from each other, um, but our investigation does not
indicate that the two are related whatsoever."ray delmore/neighbor- "the police here, i think, could step up a little bit more in their patrols." lieutenant gee says officers are paying closer attention to this part of town. in alameda, philippe djegal, kron four news. (grant)all over arizona and colorado, teachers walking out to protest for better pay and learning conditions for their students. teachers used #go-red-for-ed shirts and posters were used. the educators...and supporters in cities like phoenix, tucson and denver used their roadside visibility to drum up attention and out lawmakers for what they say is too little investment for far too long in their paychecks and their classrooms. andy rose has the story that is all new at ten. teachers in arizona and colorado are #going red for ed. encouraged by walkouts in
other red states, they are hoping to use that momentum to get more funding in their own states.in what is becoming a trend, thousands of teachers and their supporters made their way to state capitols thursday. demanding more funding for their students, and a pay raise for themselves. one veteran arizona teacher posted her paycheck on facebook, showing her weekly take home pay after taxes and health insurance came to just $320.and that's before she uses some of it to provide supplies for her classroom. elisabeth milich / teacher: "i just bought the carpets and the chair and the chair cover. these books are not from the district. those are like my personal books from my own kids, bought books."the governor promised to increase pay 20% over the next three years. but so far the legislature can't agree on how to pay for it. elisabeth milich / teacher: "as a conservative republican i was actually kind of hopeful. but then you start kind of thinking wait a second. so everything that has been said from the government actually isn't really true."in colorado
educators say the state has not kept up it's own mandate to increase school funding each year. once again putting the cost burden on the teacher. mos/ teacher: "you know we do it because we know it's necessary and we know that our kids need that and that feels good. but on the other hand it feels like a lack of respect." i'm andy rose, reporting. (pam) the family of the late d-j tim bergling... better known as (ah-vee-chi) avicii ... released a second statement regarding his death. family sources say, the famous d-j quote- could not go on any longer. they continue to say he had a fragile artistic soul. (ah-vee-chi) retired from touring back in 20-16.. he wanted to focus on music and his fans. the 28-year-old was discovered dead in oman last week. details about his death were not revealed. (grant) one dog's owners are trying to figure out how to remove a swastika from their dog's forehead.(pam) this
is after someone drew the hate symbol onto the animal's head. sadie is friendly and playful. her personality is nothing like the mark of head now scribbled on her head... in what appears to be permanent marker. it happened when sadie got lost. the woman who found her helped reconnect her with her owners. and they are now trying to figure out how to remove the hateful symbol from her fur. lawrence karnow: it took a long time for clouds to clear today and as a result the temperatures were not as warm. it has been breezy too which will bring clouds back into the bay and valleys tonight. a few thunderstorms popped up over the sierra in the afternoon and we could see more over the next few days. on the satellite you can see the low pressure center now off the coast of northern california. it will continue to wander toward the bay area the next few days to bring
more clouds and even a chance of some the bay area. tomorrow will be partly cloudy with isolated coastal drizzle. highs will be cooler and in the 60s in the warmest low to mid 60s and 50s to low 60s at the coast. there is a slight chance of showers friday night saturday temperatures this weekend will be running well below average. warm spring sunshine should return toward the middle of next week. (pam) new (pam) (pam) (pam) new tonight at ten... the tail of two women. theresa and dana.... both say, their dogs provide them critical care.((grant))one -- who is visually impaired -- has a service dog that helps guide her around town.the other --says she suffers from depression -- and needs her dog to reduce her anxiety. ((pam)) kron4's michelle kingston goes in-depth ... to explore why áboth women feel they have a right to have their comfort pets in public. ánatsá"hi buddy, buddy, buudy! who's a good boy? who's a good boy?"this is wills ... an adorable yellow lab -- theresa
stern's best friend ... and guide dog.álaughsátheresa stern, visually impaired "having a guide dog is life changing. it is so hard to explain. it's like asking someone who is sighted what it is like for them to have their eyes."ánatsá"forward. left." wills went through months of training at the guide dogs for the blind in order to care for, guide and protect theresa. theresa stern, visually impaired"he, he is amazing. he helps me live my life in the way that i want to live my life. i feel comfortable and confident getting out in the world.'dana valladares feels the same way about her dog ... but she's not blind.dana valladares, emotional support dog owner"all i did was just fill out like an easy five minute application."dana bought tazz last year ... went online and a couple clicks and dollars later .. he became a certified emotional support dog -- with no training.. no doctor's note.. and very little effort ... joining a group of animals -- like the pig, duck and squirrel we've seen on social media -- that can now fly on a plane for free in the cabin.dana valladares, emotional support dog owner"i carry him in a little purse so whenever something, i'm getting a little shaky and everything, i'll just go to pet him and then it'll just calm my nerves instantly."these easy websites and the people who are taking advantage of them are what theresa says is making her life more difficulttheresa stern, visually impaired"it's starting to really affect the way that we get out in the world because of the sort of suspicion that comes with having a real service dog because of all the phony ones.
people will come up to me and say is that really a service dog? are you really blind?" dana says tazz helps her deal with her depression and anxiety -- and that she didn't register him just so she can take him everywhere she goes ... although that is a benefit. dana valladares, emotional support dog owner"me and him we are inseparable. it's to the point where we dont know who needs who more."theresa stern, visually impaired "wills, who's your best friend? wills, who's your best friend? good boy!"while theresa does believe there are some people who really need emotional support animals -- she is fearful of how many people are registering their animals fraudulently who could put her dog -- a fully qualified service animal -- and herself in dangertheresa stern, visually impaired"i think they need to look inside themselves and think about what theyre doing and think about if the are willing to lie about something as profound as having a disability so they can bring their pet with them and not have to pay a fee knowing that that can really inhibit the independence of people who rely on those, you know, what's next?"michelle kingston, @mkingstonnews so how easy is it to register your dog as an emotional support animal?and does any breed, size or behavior qualify?i'll show you tomorrow night -- when i register my pit bull puppy dasher online. in the easy bay, michelle kingston kron 4 news.
coming uplands end in san francisco offers some of the most breathtaking views of the pacific ocean and the coast but there is a problem i've been on this trail all the way to the maze and back and there is trash everywhere i'll show you just how bad it is in the next edition of people behaving badly (sports) coming up i'll have all the day's sports highlights and scores.
(pam)there has been talk of cleaning up the streets of san francisco,(steve) but there are some areas in the city that should never be dirty yet it is ... be dirty yet it should never the city that some areas in but there are (steve)san francisco,the streets of cleaning up the streets of cleaning up talk of there has been (pam)(pam)there has been talk of cleaning up the streets of san francisco, (steve) but there are some areas in the city that should never be dirty yet it is ... (pam) it's one of the most beautiful places in the world...and it's right here in san francisco.(grant) but that doesn't mean it's immune to lands end in san francisco offers some of the most breathtaking views of the pacific ocean and the coastline but there is a problem first off taggers have vandalized the trees . back in the day people use to carve their names on trees now it's spray paintingthe
spraypainting isn't new but there is much more than before i'm still trying to figure out what kind of person tags trees nats: ambianceif you've never been to lands end is next door to sutro baths and its part of the golden gate national recreation area. yes it a federal park and no it's not a campground... i say that because it wasn't hard to find old campfires created the heavily wooded area and plenty of partially burned up wood fires are not permitted here at all .nats: ambiance lands end was once the home for the ohlone tribe of native american , where they found everything they needed here to survivenow it looks like a weekend party spot with discarded liquor bottles seemingly growing out the ground nats: ambiancethis is katy she is training her dong serenity to be a service,katy visits lands end on a regular basis she had this to say i don't care for trash
everything i do is i pack it in and i pack more out and even with my dog you know you gotta clean up because we earth four years ago i did a story about this area being filled with homeless encampments now it looks except, no one took the time after i've been on this trail all the way to the maze and back and there is everywhere lands ends reminds me of a place i love to visit up along the mendocino all the trash nats: ambiancein san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news the sharks are in las vegas taking on the golden knights in game one of round two of the stanley cup playoffs both teams were the only teams to sweep their opponents in round one the sharks were walking into a party in las vegas the golden knights festivities had a musicial feel to it las vegas came out on fire in the first period eric haula lights the lamp golden knights up 2-nothing 26 seconds into the game sharks playing terrible defense alex turch skates right through the middle knights score 4 goals in the opening period in the third --
evander kane loses it he gets ejected for cross- checking pierre-edouard bellemare in the face las vegas wins 7-nothing this is the sharks worst loss in playoff history game 2 will be saturday night the n-f-l draft is kicking off tonight with the first round over 100- thousand fans inside and outside at a-t and tee stadium the 49ers selecting in the top ten for the third straight year san francisco decide to take mike mcglinchey with the ninth overall pick the niners are making it clear they are going to protect jimmy garoppolo this season. mcglinchey is the second offensive tackle from notre dame taken in the top ten this year he will join joe staley and new 49ers guard, weston richburg last
season the 49ers were sacked 30 times. here's general manager, john lynch on drafting mcglinchey in the first round "we felt like both in the short-term and in the long-term at a premium position, particularly when you've just invested in a quarterback and more so than that, just an important position in football, and you couple that with, take the position, who are the players that excite you most. this was a guy, and last week, we decided that if he's there at nine, he's the guy we're taking... he's got a special presence to him. he's real. he's authentic and he's a badass and we like that." meanwhile, the raiders traded with arizona.... down from the 10th pick to the 15th...and they picked offensive tackle, kolton miller from u-c-l-a similar to the 49ers... the raiders are bolstering their offense line with miller.
the former bruin is from roseville... near sacramento he attended the same high school as patriots three-time super bowl, tedy bruschi. miller will compete for the starting job at right tackle. he's expected to become donald penn's replacement when the veteran left tackle retires.tackle retires. the raiders staying busy on night one of the draft. oakland trades their third round pick with pittsburgh for wide receiver martavius bryant. the raiders give derek carr another weapon on offense. the silver and black's new trio includes... amari cooper, jordy nelson, and bryant.
here's the list of the top five overall picks in the draft baker mayfield goes number-1 overall to the cleveland browns... he didn't attend the draft penn state running back saquon barkley goes number-2 to the new york giants usc quarterback san darnold goes to the other new york team... the jets... at number-3... with the number-4 pick the browns took ohio the browns took ohio state cornerback and with the 5th pick selected bradley chubb carolina state the warriors hope steph curry will be ready to play game one against the pelicans on saturday. the two time mvp returned to the court for his first full practice with the team curry's is listed as questionable for game one against new orleans the point guard has missed the warriors past 14 games due to an mcl sprain back on march 23rd curry will be re-evaluted tomorrow.
lawrence karnow: it took a long time for clouds to clear today and as a result the temperatures were not as warm. it has been breezy too which will bring clouds back into the bay and valleys tonight. a few thunderstorms popped up over the sierra in the afternoon and we could see more over the next few days. on the satellite you can see the low pressure center now off the coast of northern california. it will continue to wander toward the bay area the next few days to bring more clouds and even a chance
of some showers to the bay area. tomorrow will be partly cloudy with isolated coastal drizzle. highs will be cooler and in the 60s in the warmest spots inland, low to mid 60s around the bay and 50s to low 60s at the coast. there is a slight chance of showers friday night and into saturday morning. temperatures this weekend will be running well below average. warm spring sunshine should return toward the middle of next week.week. middle of next toward the should return sunshine spring average. warm below running well will be this weekend temperatures morning. saturday and into
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