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breaking news at ten... out of the north bay, where a police standoff turns deadly... (grant) the gunman shot two people... killing a woman and then turned the gun on himself... this happened around three this afternoon at an apartment complex in mill valley ... along east blithedale avenue... just west of highway 101. (pam) that's where we find kron-4's charles clifford.. he joins us live... charles do we know what the motive might be?
(grant) we first told you about the active shooter situation, through a breaking news push alert... download the kron4 mobile app - and be the first to know about breaking news.. when it happens in your neighborhood. happy to be here again. and uh, i don't have the words to explain. i feel very very happy a father of three is finally home after spending nearly a year in an immigration detention center. yesterday... a san francsico judge ruled that ricardo mercado could be released.we spoke to his wife last night about that major development and tonight.. mercado talked with kron 4's hermela aregawi about the ordeal..she joins us live in the newsroom with that story.. hermela, the whole family must be so relieved? relieved?
a family reunited...i feel very happy and excited that he's back home with us. i miss the most that i couldn't really hug him a lot, or i couldn't really hug him at all or talk to him that much. i only talked to him about once in two weeks.last july.. ricardo mercado was swept up by immigration officials.. as he was leaving his house for work.on wednesday.. nearly ten months later.. a federal judge ruled that the 38-year old is neither a danger to the public or a flight risk.. and ordered him released on bond.ricardo mercado/released from ice facilitywhen i heard that from the judge, i was in shock because i couldn't believe i have the chance to be free again??mercado has lived in the east bay for nearly two decades.. but he is undocumented.his lawyer is working to get him a
witholding of removal.. something similar to asylum. they argue that mercado's family back in mexico is being extorted... making it unsafe for him ,his wife and three kids to live there.the case remains in limbo.. but for now this family is whole again. lilia perez/former ice detainee's wifeso happy. when i hug him, i don't want to leave him, you know?. i was very happy. very excited i put in my mind don't cry don't cry, but i can't it's very emotional.ricardo mercado/released from ice facilityi miss my family. i miss my girls, my son, my wife. (hermela aregawi)his lawyer is also working to get him a u- visa.. which is given to people who have helped law enforcement.mercado at some point tipped off oakland police about alleged abuse at his daughter's day care.live in the newsroom hermela newsroom live in the care. daughter's day abuse at his about alleged oakland police tipped off some point mercado at enforcement.helped law who have given to people visa.. which is to get him a u-also working his lawyer is aregawi) (hermela my son, my wife. (hermela aregawi)his lawyer is also working to get him a u- visa.. which is given to people who have helped law enforcement.mercado at some point tipped off oakland police about alleged abuse at
his daughter's day care.live in the newsroom hermela aregawi kron 4 news ( pam ) some fremont parents are getting what they want... sex education will ánot be taught to fourth graders after all. in a meeting that lasted 10 hours last night .... hundreds of parents spoke out saying, the curriculum was inappropriate for elementary students. the fremont unified school board decided to scrap its original plan to teach sex ed to 4th, 5th and 6th graders. instead, it will be taught to students starting in 7th - grade. and if parents still do not want their children being taught sex ed-- they can 'opt-out' through email ... and those students will receive an alternative education. lawrence karnow: low clouds and fog lingered this morning before clearing in the afternoon. after that it was mostly sunny and nice with a
few patches of fog near the coast. after a few active days across the state the doppler radar has gone quiet. on the satellite you can see high pressure building over the state now. it will be a fast moving ridge of high pressure but it should bring warmest day of the week tomorrow. highs friday will be in the 70s to low 80s in the warmest valleys with 60s and 70s around the bay. there will still be a few patches of fog along the coast. highs there will be cooler there and in the 50s and low 60s. more clouds will move in for the weekend which should cool temperatures slightly. mild spring weather will continue into next week with only minor changes in the forecast each day. (pam) the defense team for the suspected 'golden state killer' was dealt a major blow today... the accused - joseph deangelo- was in court today... his defense team asking a judge... to stop any more collection of d-n-a .. (pam) prosecutors want to collect d-n-a, fingerprints, and even naked photographs of the suspect ..... and today, a judge in sacramento ruled.. they can proceed... no cameras were allowed in court ... but the scene today was similar to last week ...
the 72-year-old former police officer was brought in, handcuffed, in a wheelchair . this time .. he said nothing during the court appearance. his public defender argued, prosecutors were effectively asking her client to incriminate himself. this is her leaving the courthouse.... but a judge sided with prosecutors ... pointing out, that courts have repeatedly upheld the collection of such evidence. this is the deputy district attorney, just after the hearing.. he declined to comment today ... legal experts say, the prosecution might also try to use the body photographs to compare against clues ... from the attacks.. joseph james deangelo is suspected in as many as 12 murders and 50 rapes ... in the 1970's and 1980's... he is due back in court may 14th. officers tracked down deangelo by using a genealogy website. coming up tonight at 10:30 - we will have an in-depth look at how you are putting yourself at risk .... when subitting d-n-a to one of
these websites. (grant) vallejo police are hoping the same methods used to arrest the man ... accused of being the golden state killer, will help them identify 'the zodiac killer'. but kron 4's maureen kelly reports.. a retired investigator who worked that case, has doubts that the same tactic will work. my parents are both gone now i know they would've like some closure along time ago that's the voice of melodie long, who's 16 year old sister betty lou jensen was murdered along with her boyfriend david faraday in 1968 while parked on a road in benecia....they were the zodiac killer's first victims.it's one of the bay area's most famous unsolved cases. he attacked seven people total....killing five. but claimed responsibility for more in taunting letters and cryptograms sent to local newspapers.now a vallejo detective says he's submitted two envelopes containing those letters for dna analysis. the goal: to get a genetic profile in order to narrow in on the
killer using his family tree. it was that innovative methodology that resulted in the arrest joseph deangelo, the man police say is the golden state killer and the east area rapist. i'm glad to hear that they're investigating, yes i didn't even think they had any dna but retired vallejo police leiutenent jim jacks who investigated the zodiac killings says that the dna collected might not be conclusive.the problem with the zodiac case is there is not a clean genetics sample that would. it was packaged correctly for the time but not the current standards. so a lot of the evidence we have has deterioratedbetty lou's sister still holds out hope that this may be the clue leads to learning the truth about who killed her sister.... even though she suspects the man responsible is already dead.results from the dna analysis is expected back in the next few weeks.maureen kelly kron4 news (pam) police on the peninsula are investigating a string of car burglaries ...that left more than a dozen families a mess to clean up. kron 4's ali reid joins us live from san mateo, where
neighbors are concerned these thieves are still on the loose. ali, how far along is the investigation ? police are working on leads to try and find whoever's responsible.these burglaries may have been committed by the same person or group of people. pkgalbert montoia (mon-toe-ea) is on disability and has a fixed income. but now he has to figure out how he's going to fix the window on his vehicle. that one over there, here and everywhere elselike 1/2 a dozen other families on ottawa street, thieves smashed his glass looking for something to steal.whoever did it man, think about it before you do somethingim on a budget budget and im on disability and social security and i have bills to pay and everything. it's not just the east side of town ... police say a total of 14 cars were burglarized throughout san mateo between the night of april 22 and the early morning hours of april 23rd. this is surveillance footage sent to us by one of the victims. i hope they get them because if they keep on doing it?on the west side, near hillsdale, vehicles were also targeted for electronics, money, and bags. san mateo
police have increased uniformed and undercover patrols in those neighborhoods , as they continue to investigate. since then, lt. lethin (leth-eeen) tells me they've made several arrests in unrelated car burglaries.we are also exploring those arrests to see if they were responsiblein the meantime, he wants families to be cautious. we want them to make sure they're locking their vehicles, removing valuables from inside, so they discourage the suspects from breaking into their cars. standuppolice are urging people that have surveillance footage that may help in solving these crimes, to hand them over.reproting live from san mateo ... ali reid ... kron 4 news. (pam) coming up.. essential gear stolen
from golden gate bridge inspectors. find out what thieves took .. that could have kept some workers grounded. (grant)plus: the miami police department wasting no time firing an officer. we'll give you a closer look at this violent cell phone video. (pam) and all new at ten: an in-depth look at what you are agreeing to, when submitting d-n-a to a genealogy website. we will hear from those who think it puts users at major risk... others disagree. make ross your destination for savings. if you're looking for an incredible selection of the brands you love, this season's newest trends for a fraction of what you'd pay at department stores, ♪ you gotta go to ross
inspectors found one of their vans... broken into overnight . and the gear they are using in this video... stolen. the inspectors are staying at a hotel in san rafael ... and reported that a few harnesses and some other gear was taken. the thefts will not affect the inspector's safety, or work schedule. tower inspections are still on track to be complete by the end of this week... with scaffolding coming down by next week. (pam) the north bay is starting to get back on its feet after last years devastating wildfires .. but now a new problem is cropping up..(grant) thieves are targeting the burn zone areas... they're stealing equipment from contractors who are trying to rebuild santa rosa. kron 4's justine waldman reports what's being done after these heartless crimes. contractor brian gallagher made the gut dropping discovery...nats you see how they broke the locking mechanismanything of real
value inside his construction trailer was gone.sot we are here trying to rebuild and reframe and make a home a home again and they come in and steal like that it is definitely sad it is very sad overnight, thieves stole any and everything from ladders to nail guns, copper wires and pipes from 5 trailers in santa rosa..nats that is how they got in they ripped it apart and broke it sot the tools the generators fill a truck really easily so it had to be multiple trucks of multiple tripsto protect the trailers, sliver mark construction even placed this massive truck in front of one to try and stop thieves from breaking in, it didn't work.nats they hot wired it and moved itthe loss of the equipment slowed down the rebuilding of many homes. finding new materials, proved to be difficult because many hardwares stores in the north bay are sold out. construction tools are in high demand here. and the theft, hurts homeowners who lost everything, all over again. sot once they found out there could be delays because of this you see that pain in their face come backthe sonoma county sheriff's office tells me does it not take lightly criminals who victimize people who have been through the worst tragedy of their lives srt spencer crum sot we are very disturbed by this and we want to get these people caught justine waldman "there are now details on suspects but the sheriff's office is now going to do extra patrols around construction sites at night, to try and prevent this from happening again. in sonoma county justine waldman kron 4 news." (grant)a live look outside tonight..(pam)lawrence has the
forecast lawrence karnow: low clouds and fog lingered this morning before lawrence the forecastlawrence has (pam) tonight..outside a live look (grant) news."waldman kron 4 county justine waldman kron 4 news." (grant)a live look outside tonight..(pam) lawrence has the forecast lawrence karnow: low clouds and fog lingered this morning before clearing in the afternoon. after that it was
mostly sunny and nice with a few patches of fog near the coast. after a few active days across the state the doppler radar has gone quiet. on the satellite you can see high pressure building over the state now. it will be a fast moving ridge of high pressure but it should bring us the warmest day of the week tomorrow. highs friday will be in the 70s to low 80s in the warmest valleys with 60s and 70s around the bay. there will still be a few patches of fog along the coast. highs there will be cooler there and in the 50s and low 60s. more clouds will move in for the weekend which should cool temperatures slightly. mild spring weather will continue into next week with only minor changes in the forecast each day. day.forecast each changes in the only minor next week with
(grant) in the south bay. the electric scooter craze has officially made it's way to san jose. introduced in downtown san jose little more than a month ago... electric scooters now seem to be everywhere. there have been few complaints so far... but overall government officials say the scooters are a big hit. through a smart phone app...users can check out a scooter from several locations... use it for a short scoot around town... and then leave for the next user to find. for now... the city is deferring to state law... which says
riders must have a driver's license...wear a helmet and stay off the sidewalk. (sot) "...the city council has asked the d.o.t. to develop some regulations and a permit proces so we are going to be reaching out to the public to find out what people like about the program, what they don't like and what they would like to see changed despite their more or less unannounced arrival, the scooters are likely here to stay but come september....the city will be implementing some new rules. (pam) coming up.. a bombshell dropped by president trump's new attorney. what some call - the web of lies involving stormy daniels and hush money. (grant) many high schoolers want prom to be a night to remember. coming up: why one teen's dress is creating a debate she wont forget.
(pam) a utah high school student's chinese prom dress ... sparked an online debate about cultural appropriation.(grant) the teen is responding to the viral response--and says she response--and says she meant no harm.caitlin burchil reports. keziah daum/student:"this isn't cultural appropriation. this is cultural appreciation." 18-year-old keziah daum says she was in search of a modest dress to wear to prom.keziah daum/student:"i just saw the dress and said immediately -- this is the dress. i thought it was gorgeous and i wore it to the dance and i got so many compliments from people i didn't even know."but her choice has received a lot of negative attention worldwide -- after someone retweeted her post writing "my culture is not your (expletive) prom dress."so far, it's received nearly 42-thousand retweets, 180-thousand likes, and the
comments keep on coming... keziah daum/student:"i guess some might have taken it the wrong way and called out cultural appropriation, and it definitely wasn't because my whole intent was to show my appreciation and love for the culture."this pose amongst friends is garnering online angst too...keziah daum/student:"that was in reference to a youtube channel called h3h3 productions, where they have these little poses, which is, 'pop a praise' and 'vape nation.' it was nothing racist or demeaning towards them at all."daum says even with all the negative reaction she's received -- there are even more people who stand by her decision, including folks from china.keziah daum/student: "the south china morning post -- they were basically showing their support, and how they were proud that i would be willing to wear one of their dresses to my prom."the teen does regret initially responding to haters with some harsh language in the immediate stress of the backlash,but she stands by her dress decision.caitlin burchil/reporter:"would you pick the dress again?" keziah daum/student:"yes, for sure. i would wear it again to other dances. i think it's a very beautiful dress that represents some good meaning to it."
(grant)that was caitlin burchil reporting. the youtube channel referenced came to the teen's defense online in a video viewed more than two-million times. (pam) more than 300 -million twitter users advised to change their passwords. how the company may have put your information at risk. (grant) caught on camera: an illegal dumper dropping an entire tree in the street. our stanley roberts uncovers that this is not first time.. or the only spot. (pam) caught on camera: a car slams into a grocery store. find out when it finally stopped.
(grant) new at ten: after the golden state killer was allegedly caught using a geneology website many who use them are wondering what is the risk of submitting your dna... and what can it be used for. (pam) reporter shannon behnken has an in-depth look .... at what people believe are the risks of sending in your d-n-a sample... while others still
believe when they get the answers they are looking for.. it is worth it,. a simple swab could be key to discovering where you cam from and potential health issues. thats why sales are souring for dna home testing kits. but to get those answers you could end up signing over some rights. just check out this content form for ancestry.com. 2,905 pages, 98 paragraphs, reading time 10 minutes and 34 seconds.- did you read all that?-no-you didn't read the fine print?- no, i don't read fine prints. i suffer the consequences later.for carol mason who was adopted at birth, the privacy risk was worth it. for ancestry found her birth fathers family in just months. carol mason : i'm very happy that i found a first cousin, it just gives you a feeling of completeness. like you know what your heritage is. millions of americans dna samples stored at labs for companies like ancestry and 23andme. that information is aggregated, your name removed and then its
turned into data bases. why? money. what types of companies want to buy my dna information? - that insurances, medical testing companies.and here's why that should concern you. - - marc rotenberg, electronic privacy information center that information can be used by others to make decisions about employment or insurance. : shannon behnken current law prohibits insurance companies form using genetic information to discriminate. but that doesn't apple to life issuance, long term care or disability providers. popular 23andme advertises health information. so i dug through their terms of services to find that they don't sugar coat he risks/ quote, "genetic information you share with others could be used against your interest.-drew smith, a uuniversity of south florida) genealogy expert believes those risks are low. but anytime you are your personal data you expose yourself. drew: there's no 100% guarantee it can't be hacked, it cant be obtained. but again
are those concerns we make when banking online and we do a lot of thins. there is always a risk. - so our dna answers worth the risk to your privacy?-carlo: you take your chances, i mean whats the pay off. -you knew it was worth the risk.-it was worth the risk to me, very definitely.- shannon behnken ancestory.com and 23andme insist they don't sell their data to third party companies and researchers without a customers consent. its also important to note that you can opt out of sharing your information with other consumers that may be your genetic match. (pam)that was shannon behnken reporting. by the way- 23 and me and ancestry are based here in the bay area. (grant) more than three hundred -million twitter passwords were exposed passwords million twitter passwords were exposed during what the company is calling a security breach. but as kron four's philippe djegal reports... users are
being asked to change their passwords. (philippe) twitter says there is no evidence that the passwords of its 336 million users have been leaked or misused. but that for a period of time -- the passwords were insecure... connie guglielmo/cnet- "they stored all of those passwords. your password, my password, everyone who uses twitter, in a plain text file, instead of encrypting it. now, what does that mean? that means anybody internally at twitter could have seen your username and you password. not good when it's plain text." twitter says it discovered a bug that prevented the passwords from being encrypted. connie guglielmo (goo-yell-mo) is the editor-in-chief of cnet news in san francisco.connie guglielmo/cnet- "it's not a hack from the outside. um, it's an internal problem, but nonetheless, we don't know how long that data was floating around for anyone to see. we don't know who had access to it. we don't know if all 330 million, um, passwords were exposed in that file." that's why twitter and guglielmo (goo-yell-mo) are recommending users change their passwords on all devices
as soon as possible.connie guglielmo/cnet- "because the last thing you want is to someone to take control of your account and tweet out things that you might not ever say. it does potentially harm your reputation. and, as we all know, it's very difficult to pull back and correct a wrong impression." twitter has issued a public apology about the mistake. in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. (pam) enough signatures have been collected for a data privacy measure to head to the california ballot this fall.. that is according to supporters. today : more than 600-thousand signatures were submitted to the secretary of state. the measure would allow consumers to bar companies from selling their personal information. it would also require companies to say.... what types of information is collected and if the companies have sold it. companies such as google and comcast are spending money to block the measure. (pam)president trump's newest
lawyer has plunged the rest of the legal team into chaos. (grant) sources tell cnn that rudy giuliani blindsided them by revealing that mister trump reimbursed his personal lawyer... michael cohen.... for the hush money cohen paid to porn star stormy daniels. (pam)giuliani's revelation appeared to contradict the president and the white house's narrative on the payment.cnn's sara sidney explains. tonight, the white house is struggling to explain a startling admission from rudy giuliani, the newest member of president trump's legal team-- telling fox news that the president did repay the $130,000 in hush money to his personal attorney michael cohen after cohen paid off porn star stormy daniels.rudy giuliani/ attorney for president trump"that money was not campaign money. sorry. i'm giving you a fact now that you don't know. it's not campaign
money. no campaign finance violation. so --"sean hannity, fox news"they funneled it through the law firm."rudy giuliani/ attorney for president trump"funneled it through the law firm and the president repaid it."sean hannity, fox news"oh. i didn't know that, he did?"rudy giuliani/ attorney for president trump"yeah."sean hannity, fox news"no campaign finance law?"rudy giuliani/ attorney for president trump "zero!"in revealing trump reimbursed cohen, giuliani revealed trump in fact had to know about the payment which the president denied on air force one just last month. reporter"did you know about the $130,000 payment to stormy daniels?"trump"no, no."reporter "then why did michael cohen make that..."trump"you have to ask michael cohen. michael's my, an attorney and you'll
have to ask michael cohen." reporter"do you know where he got the money to make that payment?"trump"i don't know, no."and giuliani's revelation undercuts what white house press secretary sanders told the american people in march. sarah sanders/ white house press secretary"i had conversations with the president about this. there was any payments from the president and he's denied all of these allegations."giuliani back on fox this morning trying to clear things up claiming trump wasn't made aware of the payment until recently.rudy giuliani/ attorney for president trump "he didn't know the details of this until we knew the details of it which is a couple of weeks ago, maybe not even a couple weeks, maybe ten days ago. cohen didn't even ask. cohen made it go away. he did his job."the president turning to twitter to try to make his case calling the reimbursement to cohen part of the monthly retainer and calling daniels' claims of an affair extortionist accusations.but just last month the original attorney who negotiated the $130,000 payment for daniels told cnn it was cohen who first reached out to him.sarah sidner/ cnn"michael cohen calls you up and said what about stormy daniels?"keith davidson/ former attorney for stormy daniels"he says, 'i'm hearing rumblings out there the press is poking around about stormy daniels. do you have information on that?'" sarah sidner/ cnn"did you at the time?"keith davidson/ former attorney for stormy
daniels"no."sarah sidner/ cnn "what did you say?"keith davidson/ former attorney for stormy daniels"i'll call you back."the non-partisan group common cause which has filed with the federal commission and the justice department regarding the stormy daniels hush payment says if giuliani is right that could actually spell trouble for the president.paul s. ryan/ common cause vp of policy & litigation "the fact that donald trump knew about this payment means both cohen and donald trump are subject to criminal liability here for these violations."reporter"have you spoken to the president about this case?"trump's attorney charles harder so far declined to comment publicly but stormy daniels current attorney is seizing on giuliani's comments. michael avenatti/ attorney for stormy daniels "there has been lie after lie told to the american people relating to this transaction, the agreement, the payment. we now know that that was an absolute lie on videotape aboard air force one and i think it's an absolute disgrace." (pam) that was sara sidner. some sources say, the rest of president trump's legal team had no idea this was coming. the question is still remains.. what is the truth? (grant ) caught on camera: a driver crashed into a northern california grocery store this
afternoon. it happened at a raley's in folsom. witnesses say, the customer had just been helped to her car with her groceries, when the car crashed through the sliding front door. the car did not stop until it hit the pharmacy counter... all the way in the back of the store. emergency crews believe the driver had a medical emergency behind the wheel. fortunatelty, no one was injured. (pam) new at ten: a miami police officer has been relieved of duty... after cellphone video shows him kicking a suspect in the face. the video was taken by a miami resident this morning. it shows the suspect holding his hands behind his back as he lies face-down on the grass. one officer then approaches him, and as the suspect is being handcuffed, another officer runs up and appears to kick him in the head. the suspect, 31- year-old miami resident david vladim suazo, was arrested and charged with third- degree
grand theft of a vehicle, fleeing and eluding a police officer.. and several other charges. in a tweet today from the miami police department.. the chiefs statement in part said - "the video depicts a clear violation of policy".. and the siutation is under review. lawrence karnow: low clouds and fog lingered this morning before clearing in the afternoon. after that it was mostly sunny and nice with a few patches of fog near the coast. after a few active days across the state the doppler radar has gone quiet. on the satellite you can see high pressure building over the state now. it will be a fast
moving ridge of high pressure but it should bring us the warmest day of the week tomorrow. highs friday will be in the 70s to low 80s in the warmest valleys with around the bay. there will still be a few patches of fog along the coast. highs there will be cooler there and in the 50s and low 60s. will move in for the weekend which should cool temperatures slightly. mild weather will continue into next week with changes in the forecast each day. coming upwe had multiple episodes of people coming by in the middle of the night and dumping off tree trimmings .a business owner in san jose keeps getting dumped on so he put us some camera and caught this truck making an unwanted deliveryi'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly (sports) coming up i'll have all the day's sports highlights and scores.
because antonio villaraigosa millions got it done.healthcare he defended women's healthcare, banned military-style assault weapons, banned workplace discrimination, and more. antonio for governor. (pam)illegal dumping has been a problem all around the bay including the south bay(grant) and now business owners are invested in cameras to catch delinquent dumpers in the act. you are looking at night vision video of a landscaping truck in san jose in the process of dumping a load tree trimming in the street and this is not the first time it's just the first time its been caught on camera if you keep watching you can see the
driver made sure his entire load of trimmings were completly dumped on the street in the daylight you can clearly see all the large pieces of cut up wood and tree trimmings that was left. we had multiple episodes of people coming by in the middle of the night and dumping off tree trimmings .this is michael hall president and ceo of mac cal based in san jose on lunction ave. it's been going on for about 6 months and it always seems to be on sunday night. now when you hear of tree trimmings you tend to think of leaves and branches, but in this case and for the cases in the past it's been an entire tree and listen to this it caught on fire, so the fire department came by on
monday and then the city came by and picked it up thursday i believeand the problem is no limited to mac cal because just a few blocks away i forun what appears to be another large pile illegally dumped debris nats ambiance ironically, this pile sits right outside of the recology office it contains everything from rolls of carpet to lawn scraps oh yes and a dishwasher in fact up and down rodgers ave which intersects with junction ave you can see evidence that this industrial section of san jose has a problem with illegal dumping if you're wondering why the other cases were not caught on camera listen to michael because we didn't have the cameras up. we added the camera's just to try to catch them because there is so much dumping going on sometimes before the city can get out here and actually pick it up now look closely at the video you can see that the passenger the camera's so he turned his back during the event at it's believed that the truck is a new truck were no logos on the truck or visible markings mac cal has had issues where the blocking their gates to enter the business so michael had to foot the bill in san jose stanley roberts kron 4 news
not many players can say they reach three-thousand hits in their careers. albert pujols with a chance to become the 32nd major leaguer to reach that feet pujols two hits away from 3-thousand bottom second... angels up 6- nothing pujols hits a 2-run double to left... he is one hit away. bottom eighth... pujols with his final at-bat of the night his wife in the stands... fans with the phones out pujols flies out... finishes 1-for-4 pujols will have to wait until tomorrow in seattle angels win 12-3 meanwhile, sean manaea against the mariners...
he entered the game with the best e-r-a american league... 1.03 ichiro suzuki in the dugoutsuzuki in the ichiro suzuki in the dugout earlier today... he announced will be join the mariners front office he won't play for the rest of the year bottom third -- nelson cruz hits a 2-run shot off manaea second home run of series manaea... 6 hits, 4 runs in six innings seattle wins 4-1 they take 2 out of 3 against oakland a's will start a weekend series start a a's will start a weekend series against the orioles the warriors will be looking to take a three-game lead over the pelicans friday night. this morning golden state left to new orleans for game three. the good news is steph curry will be a starter. in game two... the two-time m-v-p scored 28 points along with five three-
pointers in 27 minutes. a big reason golden state is finding success against new orleans is because of their defense. steve kerr says draymond green sets the tone for the rest of the team team we have an update on patrick mccaw the warriors cleared the second year guard to begin participate in shooting and running drills. mccaw suffered a scary back injury in march against the kings. he was streched out of the court after vince carter fouled him going up for
a dunk. the warriors will re-evalute mccaw in a month we head north of the border... lebron james and the lebron border...north of the we head we head north of the border... lebron james and the cavaliers facing toronto on the road for game two lebron looking to head back to cleveland with a two-game lead the raptors kept it close in the first half in the third... lebron spin move and too the rack cavs up by 12 james got some help in game 2 kevin love... 31 points and 11 rebounds cleveland has won their last seven games against toronto lebron was too much for the raptors again finishes with 43 points, 8 rebounds, 14 assists cleveland win 128-110 cleveland assists8 rebounds, 14 assists cleveland win 128-110 they will look to close out series in cleveland' cavs lead 2-nothing... game 3 saturday joel embiid and the 76ers
looking to even the series before heading back to philly boston closes out the first half on fire jaylen brown throws it down celtics head into the break on a 25-8 run to cut it to 5 points... philly lead by 22 late in the fourth... embiid misses the three dario saric cleans it up celtics up by three with 30 seconds left ensuing boston possession... al horford drives pass embiid for the layup celtics hang on to win 108-103 boston leads the series by two games ben simmons... held to one point the entire game it's a great time to be a bay area sports fan tomorrow night... you might need two television's to watch the warriors and sharks. the men in teil will play the knights in las vegas for game 5
and fog lingered this morning before clearing in the afternoon. after that it was mostly sunny and nice with a few patches of fog near the coast. after a few active days across the state the doppler radar has gone quiet. on the satellite you can see high pressure building over the state now. it will be a fast moving ridge of high pressure but it should bring us the warmest day of the week tomorrow. highs friday will be in the 70s to low 80s in the warmest valleys with 60s and 70s around the bay. there will still be a few patches of fog along the coast. highs there will be cooler there and in the 50s and low 60s. more clouds will move in for the weekend which should cool temperatures slightly. mild spring weather will continue into next week with only minor changes in the forecast each day.
i'm april kennedy and i'm an arborist with pg&e in the sierras. since the onset of the drought, more than 129 million trees have died in california. pg&e prunes and removes over a million trees every year to ensure that hazardous trees can't impact power lines. and since the onset of the drought we've doubled our efforts. i grew up in the forests out in this area and honestly it's heartbreaking to see all these trees dying. what guides me is ensuring that the public is going to be safer and that these forests can be sustained and enjoyed by the community in the future.
(male announcer) in new york city's war on crime, the worst criminal offenders are pursued by the detectives of the major case squad. these are their stories. rarrrgh! oh, sweetie. careful. mama has to finish her work tonight. damn it, it's already gone to collection. honey, can you take him? i have to get these pieces ready. come on, come here. you bought new boots? he grew out of the other ones. you know, whatever you think i'm made of, vanessa, i'm not!