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(pam) now at ten: police say, this man robbed two women in concord. and tonight they are still looking for him. (pam) thank you for joining us tonight im pam moore. (ken) and im ken wayne. the violent attack happened at the bank of america at the sun valley mall... on willow pass road. kron 4's ali reid joins us live from the mall tonight.. ali? the strong arm robbery happened right in this parking lot ... i would term it as a savage attackpolice are on the hunt for this man ... accused of attacking a 93 year old woman and her 64 year old caretaker as they got out of their vehicle and walked towards the bank. while forcibly grabbing both their
purses, the elderly woman fell to the ground and broke her hip someone of that age, to be honest that's pretty significant and could be a devastating injuryits been 4 days, and the victim remains in the hospital ... undergoing major surgery. the suspect is described as a pacific islander ... in his 30's with a large build ... weighing over 300 pounds. he has tattoos on his forearm and gage earrings. police say this was a despicable crime ... going after some of the most vulnerable. 6'3, well over 300 pounds, to go after the most vulnerable person imaginable is like i said cowardly and savage at the same time.standup the suspect took off in a white chevy malibu with black rims.as police continue to follow up on all leads, they urge the public to continue to call in their tips.reporting live from concord ...
yelling....>(grant) dramatic video tonight showing the moments leading up to an officer involved shooting in santa cruz. investigators say a woman got into a patrol car-- and hit a deputy. (grant) tonight, we are also learning new details about the woman arrested... 27-year-old jessica lowe. year-old jessica lowe. kron 4's rob fladeboe has the details behind this chilling video. (assaulted deputy is heard screaming) "...shots fire, shots fired, deputy down..." this is video from deputy august waltrip's body camera seconds after he opened fire on a female suspect who had just attacked his partner with a patrol car. sheriff jim hart identified her as 26 year old jessica lowe.jim hart/santa cruz county sheriff "...lowe had weaponized the vehicle, so she is in a 4,000 pound weapon and now also has access to an m-4 assault rifle..."(injured deputy calling for back-up)"i am injured, shots fired, she's trying to come back around..." from his own body cam video, the injured deputy can be heard screaming in agony while
calling for back-up. more gunshots are heard as the suspect keeps coming at them dep chief craig wilson "....there were plenty of opportunities for the suspect to choose not to use the vehicle to assault the deputy, to drive away, this was a deliberate assault on the deputes..."the wild scene erupted shortly after the two deputies had stopped a suspected stolen car on ocean street extention last friday. a man and woman were handcuffed in the back seat of separate cars when the woman slipped the cuffs, got into the driver's seat of that vehicle and went after the deputies.(more body cam video) two separate volleys of gunfire can be heard on the video. the woman was hit three times. both she and the injured deputy, who has not been identified, will survive. pinned between the two vehicles and fearing for his and his fellow deputy's life, officerwaltrip had no choice. rob fladeboe/santa cruz ".....no information was released about that second suspect. jessica lowe remains hospitalized but she was arraigned today nonetheless on multiple felony charges including attempted murder. in santa cruz rob fladeboekron4news
will be released after family notification. details on the cause of the incident... are under investigation. (pam) in alameda county - body camera video shows the moments a man is attacked by a sheriff's k-9... it happened after he was pulled over during a traffic stop. (ken)the video shows.. the man is in handcuffs at the time of the attack. the alameda county sheriff's department says, the dog was áaccidentallyá released ... but the man who was attacked is now demanding action. (pam) kron 4's terisa estacio talked with him, as he was getting out of the hospital today. (estacio) i just caught up with josh phillips as he was leaving highland hospital here in oakland, his wounds starting to bleed again. (take vo) you can see the two puncture wounds right here (take vo) take a look at this cell phone video it was early monday morning- when alameda county sheriff's deputies pulled over josh and his friends for a suspected dui. josh says he had been drinking, but was not under the influence. he had just got off work and was following a co-worker home. before he was able to comply with the deputies request for a field sobriety test, he says a police dog all of a sudden lept out of the car and started biting him. josh phillips. he attacked me.
he bit me. i am hurt real bad. this is awful, i can't walk, i can't work. i did nothing wrong. the dog should not be a police dog, he did not comply with the officer telling the dog to stop.sgt. ray kelly. this was an unfortunate accident. the button to pop open the door to the canine unit got pushed. (continue vo) alameda county sheriffs department spokesperson ray kelly demonstrated the button system with another dog. this dog here, not involved in monday's incident. but is a member of the departments canine unit. sgt kelly says there is now an internal review of the entire incident. in the meantime, phillips is on his way home from the hospital. he
lawrence karnow: temperatures were again cooler than normal with only partila clearing to the coast in the afternoon. highs were between 5 to 10 degrees below average. on the doppler numerous thunderstorms continue to fire-up over the sierra into the afternoon. they can expect more thunderstorms in the coming
days too. on the satellite you can see an area of low pressure in the gulf of alaska. it's a weak system but it is going to dive toward the bay area over the next few days. there's a chance we could see some rain late thursday and into friday with a few isolated thunderstorms. highs tomorrow will be rather cool with 50s and fog at the coast, with sun and mild temperatures iniland in the 60s and low 70s. on thursday we will see increasing clouds leading to a chance of showers on thursday night. the best chance of rain will come on friday with a slight chance of thunderstorms too. warmer weather is expected for the holiday weekend with some highs on memorial day soaring into the upper 80s. (pam) the salesforce tower is officially lighting up the san francisco skyline tonight .... in a grand unveiling that may be affected by the fog ...
kron 4's ella sogomonian is live in san francisco with some facts about the art installation at the top of the grand tower .. and what we will be able to see on a clear day ... ella? livethe salesforce tower is 61 stories high....but the fog is still getting in the way of our view of the the top floors tonight that are illuminating the skyline for the first time as we speak with 11 thousands l-e-d's.let's take clearer a look at what we're talking about.this is a light installation that took local artist jim campbell 4 years to create...that takes up the top 9 stories of the salesforce tower. it is projecting real life images taken from 12 carefully positioned cameras throughout the city. but campbell is known for work that is softer and meant to blend in with its surroundings unlike the jarring lights of times square in new york.so it's a blurred image that isn't meant to feel like surveillence and more of a memory.let's hear from campbell himself in a previous
interview. sot: jim campbell, artist// "some people call this work that we're proposing spectacular, i don't see that way, i don't want to see it as a spectacle. i want to see it as in harmony with the rest of the skyline with the rest of the city."sot: todd hosfelt, hosfelt gallery founder // "he realized at a certain point that the tungsten lights, the city street lights give off this pinky 'ambery' kind of tone so he's actually changed the color of the images that he's putting on the building so they fit in and they wont be such a distracting thing." so because it's low resolution and softer with the led lights pointing away from the streets there's some hope that it won't be a distraction to drivers.tag the images will be playing between nautical sunset and about midnight or 2 am... then it will have a
(pam) coming up: it may seem like a summer 'right of passage' for some ... but the c-h-p has a new warning about cliff diving.. what you need to know before you take the leap. (ken)facebook is now cracking down on who is buying political ads. how the company is making buyers prove their ties to the u-s. (pam) and next: hawaii's kilauea volcano is nowhere near being finished. another eruption happening right now... and residents face new risks. residents face new risks. ♪ residents face new risks. it's gonna be a good day. because at ross, you got the trends everyone wants...
volcano is erupting again... and is releasing more than double the amount of sulfur dioxide this time around. and as eruptions continue, lava bombs are damaging homes and triggering warnings that residents may have to leave with little or no notice. the kilaeua volcano has been erupting for almost three weeks.(pam) kron 4's charles clifford has been following the new eruption... he explains the other dangers residents are facing... he is in our newsroom tonight with the latest.. well, right behind me here is a live picture of the lava fountains on hawaii's big island. so far 50 structures have been destroyed by lava, including dozens of homes. thousands of people have been evacuated. there are now more than 20 fissures like this one spewing lava
into the air and rivers of molten rock stretch for miles. the u.s. geological survey says that there have been two news explosions near the summit of kilauea volcano on hawaii's big island. the volcano is spewing a near continuous cloud of ash reaching 10,000 feet. the volcano is also now emitting 15,000 tons of sulfur dioxide each day, although winds are carrying most of the gas offshore.lava flows from the volcano now stretch 25 miles and have reached the ocean where molten rock hitting the water is exploding like fireworks. it's also sending hydrocloric acid and shards of glass like material flying through the air.the lava flow is also threatening the puna goethermal plant, which provides a quarter of the island's electricity. hoping to prevent gas leaks and a possible explosioncrews have been working to shutdown several wells at the plant.as the volcano spreads, neighbors are left scrambling to adjust. officials gave this school just two days to evacuate before it is lost to the lava. sotof course its saddening. we are taking video and pictures and hoping the lava will end up stopping.other neighbors, who homes have so far been sparred, have been warned to be prepared to leave at a moments notice.sotwe are ready to leave in 10 minutes if we have to and then it's all gone. sotit shows me the power of god, the power of our
earth one bit of good news, the u-s-g-s does say that earthquake activity around the volcano has subsided over the past few days. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. fog has been blanketing much of the bay area all evening.. lawrence is here with the forecast lawrence karnow: temperatures were again cooler than normal with only partila clearing to the coast in the afternoon. highs were between 5 to 10
degrees below average. on the doppler numerous thunderstorms continue to fire-up over the sierra into the afternoon. they can expect more thunderstorms in the coming days too. on the satellite you can see an area of low pressure in the gulf of alaska. it's a weak system but it is going to dive toward the bay area over the next few days. there's a chance we could see some rain late thursday and into friday with a few isolated thunderstorms. highs tomorrow will be rather cool with 50s and fog at the coast, with sun and mild temperatures iniland in the 60s and low 70s. on thursday we will see increasing clouds leading to a chance of showers on thursday night. the best chance of rain will come on
temperatures ahead chp officers have a warning for anyone trying to cool off at nearby rivers... especially those who go cliff- diving.. (pam) authorities say, rivers are fast moving and slightly colder ..... potentially causing loss of movement and drowning. the california highway patrol's valley division air operations... just released this video on its facebook page. it is video from an incident that happened in august of 20-17 ..... a 21- year-old was jumping off of traverse falls.(ken) reports say, upon landing at the bottom, she suffered multiple broken bones. rescuers in a helicopter were able to lift her out of the
area and transport her to for treatment. if you do plan on going to a river -- authorities say... have others with you, have a way to communicate, know where you are... and be cautious of fast moving water. (pam) coming up: a killer's confession of violent acts .. years before he kills 26 people .. the reason he says... he was so angry and wanted to hurt others.. (ken)plus: what bay area money can get you in paradise. we'll show you where you can live for 750k in honolulu. lk teases the ten at ten
♪ when i first came to ocean bay, what i saw was despair. i knew something had to be done. hurricane sandy really woke people up, to showing that we need to invest in this community. i knew having the right partner we could turn this place around. it was only one bank that could finance a project this difficult and this large, and that was citi. preserving affordable housing preserves communities. so we are doing their kitchens and their flooring and their lobbies and the grounds. and the beautification of their homes, giving them pride in where they live, will make this a thriving community once again. ♪
i'm jeff bleich. preventing violence has long been my cause. in the face of senseless violence, we need hope. after columbine, i led president clinton's youth violence commission. i joined joe biden to reduce domestic violence, helping boys become men. i beat the nra in court, defending gun laws that save lives. today, a new generation is rising, and this is our moment. in the streets and in the capitol, i'll stand with them. jeff bleich, democrat for lieutenant governor. in sunshine and near sandy
beaches comes at a price... but you may be sacrificing space. (ken) for the last two days we've been taking you on a house tour of what you can buy for $750 thousand .. the median price in februrary of a bay area home. reporter kristine uyeno it taking us to honolulu. it's the price you pay, to live in paradise. $745,000, will buy you a two-story home in royal kunia, located in waipahu, about 45 minutes away from honolulu and waikiki. "we also have 14,000 people here in this neighborhood,"
according to locations realtor- associate tess de jesus. "this neighborhood is comprised of a lot of young families and a lot of older people and military people."step inside and you'll find 1,500 square feet of living space featuring four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms."the house was built in 2002 but it was just remodeled last year," realtor chantelle awana says. "one of the biggest things they did during the remodel was the kitchen. this was once a peninsula. but they converted it into an island for accessibility and to just open up the space."some of the features of the kitchen include the new countertops and cabinets as well as new stainless steel appliances."so it's a nice open layout that flows freely from the kitchen to the living room," awana explains. "what's nice about that is parents are prepping dinner. they're able to see the children playing in the living room. very easily. one of the things that the sellers recently did to this house is they installed brand new flooring."when you walk upstairs, you'll find all four bedrooms and two bathrooms. the master bedroom includes a walk-in closet.the house also features a two-car garage as well as mango and lime trees in the backyard.
(pam) if you would like to see all of the houses in our series. we houses in our see all of the would like to if you (pam) the backyard. and lime trees in the backyard. (pam) if you would like to see all of the houses in our series. we posted them on our website kron4 dot com. there you also find a comparison chart and decide for yourself which is the best buy for $750 - thousand. (pam) lyft may be offering a new way for customers to get around. the prototypes the company is working on right now .. that could hit san francisco streets soon. (ken)plus: sharing the road between drivers and pedestrians should be clear.. but as stanley roberts reports those lines often get blurred. (pam) wildfire season is expected to be tough this year. what action communities in the east bay say, you should be taking to help minimize the risk.
temperatures right now should not distract you from reality....(ken) east bay fire agencies are warning the public that fire season is here... (ken) and, there are steps you can take to minimize the fire danger in your neighborhood.(pam) kron four's philippe djegal reports from the oakland hills... with tips on how to prepare for wildfires. (philippe) the city of oakland is trying to get ahead
of what is expected to be a very busy fire season. in the hills -- along skyline boulevard... crews are trimming, clearing weeds, dead grass and loose debris... minimizing the fire potential in this area. the east bay regional park district says homeowners should do the same on their properties. aileen thiele/ebrpd- "the results can be less fire, a greater preservation of homes, infrastructure and life." the 14 agencies that make up the hills emergency forum meeting along grizzly peak boulevard in oakland tuesday. a group that meets monthly to plan for disasters. a 20 acre fire -- possibly the result of arson -- broke out here last year. one that could have been a lot worse if the dry brush and vegetation in the area was neglected. vince crudele/oakland fire dept. "recently completed fuel management to thin the numbers of stems and reduce ground fuels and ebmud eucalyptus grooves on the eastside of grizzly peak boulevard below communication towers aided in our success." before a fire starts -- be familiar with your neighborhood's evacuation plans.dave brannigan/berkeley fire dept.- "you need to have a go kit in
your car, by your door and be ready to go at a moments notice." also, be mindful of your surroundings at all times.dave gibson/battalion chief- "do not discard cigarettes on roadsides or in dry vegetation. one careless spark can burn all of us." and, that's exactly what all of these fire fighters are trying to avoid. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. the footage of people standing in front of their burnt homes, it really moved me. (grant) the devastation moved him...then he moved for them...a whole lot of moving today...you might even call it everesting -- for a cause. a livermore man climbed more than 29-thousand feet -- or the equivalent of mount everest -- on his bike today for the victims of the north bay wildfires. and he started all of this at three in the morning! kron4's michelle kingston reports on the latest road to recovery.
(mk)ánatsá"whoooosh"with a smile on his face ... and never without friends ... mike stewart is raising money for the north bay wildfire victims the best way he knows howmike stewart, bicyclist"everesting is the concept of riding up and down a hill until you hit the equivalent of climbing mount everest in vertical feet."he's riding up and down this hill on mines road in livermore ... each lap -- a mile and a half -- and 560 feet.mike stewart, bicyclist "so it's 29,029 feet. i've been out here since 3 o'clock this morning and still have a lot of work to do."michelle kingston, @mkingstonnews"when i caught up with stewart he was on his 10th hour of riding up and down this livermore hill. he said he'd done 36 laps already and still has about 17 more to go."mike stewart, bicyclist"it's a facade. everything is sore right now."stewart has been training for months ... after deciding this could be his way of giving back to those who lost it all.mike stewart, bicyclist"the footage of the people just standing there in front of their burnt homes and everything just really moved me."so far -- he's raised almost 10-thousand dollars for the king ridge foundation -- all the money will go directly to those impacted by the
wildfiresdave dalton, friend "we had friends who were affected by it. so much devastation. it was terrible. so when mike said he was going to do this and help out the cause, i put it on the calendar right away."mike stewart, bicyclist"i'm just so grateful for everybody's support both with coming to ride and then with the generosity of everybody. it's been incredible."stewart will have completed 53 laps ... 160 miles ... more than 29- thousand vertical feet by the end of his ride.in livermore michelle kingston kron 4 news lawrence karnow: temperatures were again cooler than normal with only partila clearing to the coast in the afternoon. highs were between 5 to 10 degrees below average. on the doppler numerous thunderstorms continue to fire-up over the sierra into the afternoon. they can expect more thunderstorms in the coming days too. on the satellite you can see an area of low pressure in the gulf of alaska. it's a weak system but it is going to dive toward the bay area over the next few
(pam) in the east bay-- a hayward officer is injured after a suspect hits her with a metal bar... causing the officer to open fire. it happened last night on hewitt place .. which is just down the street from sorensdale park. police say, they got a call from someone in an argument with their roommate. the roommate had the car keys and would not give them back. police tried talking to the suspect. when they went to detain him.. he aggressively pulled away. then.. he grabbed a metal bar and hit the officer. the officer fired her gun ...striking him, the suspect is now in critical, but stable condition. (pam) new at ten: for the first time, we are hearing from the man who opened fire on a texas church last november, killing 25 people and an unborn child.(ken)the video, taken five years before the mass shooting, shows devin kelley confessing that he is a troubled man with a short temper and a tendency to solve problems with violence.jaie avila reports.
devin kelley:"nobody really knows why i'm suicidal. nobody in the world knew what i knew, and nobody really ever is going to be able to get into my brain to really see everything, i guess, that's happened."so, what did happen to devin kelley?dressed in a fleece hoodie and sporting a familiar military crew cut, kelley records, repents, and appears resigned to his situation as not just a spouse and child abuser... but as a violent and troubled individual.devin kelley:"it can happen in a split second. it only takes a few seconds to lose control."in a rambling 20-minute long confession on camera, kelley's words echo off of blank walls. he is speaking to a judge, he says, against the advice of attorneys, in an effort to ensure his ex-wife receives custody of the child who he admits beating repeatedly when they lived together - striking the baby numerous times, breaking his shoulder blade, shaking him violently, and cracking his skull.devin kelley:"i think when you're under a lot of stress, sometimes, you know, you can't handle it anymore, and you do
outrageous things that you would never do, like hit a baby."kelley says the way he handled his stepson is how he handled all of his problems - with anger and outbursts. he says his actions can be traced back to elementary school, where he says he was bullied. devin kelley:"you can only hold it in so much. you can like and try to push it away, but eventually it comes to the surface. you can't deal with it. you can't take the shame. you can't take the secrets and the lies. it's too much to bear."kelley says in sixth grade he started hitting and acting out to combat the bullying he endured; fighting back with violence in an effort to be the "top dog," as he put it.devin kelley:"we all suffer the consequences of the mistakes we make, and i happened to make one. unfortunately, this is not going to be the ... this is not the first mistake, and this is not the last mistake of probably many to come unfortunately. i try my best not to get to that place."but "get to that place" he did: five years later, kelley would go on to kill 26 people at the first baptist church in
sutherland springs: a congregation filled with friends and acquaintances of his ex-wife's family.his actions eerily suggested in the video made years earlier: devin kelley:"i don't think adults change. i don't think people change. i believe in miracles. i believe in angels. i believe in demons. and i think for most people, they're going to be who they are and live their lives out based on the choices they make."despite the tears, the one thing noticeably absent from the video is an apology for his acts of violence. instead, kelley indicates he'll await a more permanent judgment.devin kelley:"just hoping on the day, my last day, whenever that is, whatever date that is, only god can forgive me." in san antonio, jaie avila reporting. (pam) following the
release of this video .. devin kelley's dad says, devin should be considered a victim because we was bullied in his childhood. ( pam/ots) new tonight at ten... the fremont police department hired its first ever female police chief. kimberly petersen was appointed chief by the city manager.she has served in the department for 22 years, and was a captain for the last five years. petersen recently implemented the mobile evaluation team, which partners police officers with clinicians ... to help community members who are experiencing a mental health crisis. peterson replaces former police chief richard lucero, who is retiring after working in the
department for 31- years. (ken)stacey cunningham has been named the first female president of the new york stock exchange.cunningham started as a floor clerk more than 20 years ago.most recently she's been serving as the chief operating officer.of the 21 executives of nyse's parent company....cunningham is only one of 4 women executivesand the industry is still overwhelmingly male. cunningham will officially begin her new role on friday. coming upwhat happened, homie, i was trying to go left and the light turned yellow so i stoppedwait,you just stopped, why are you having a conversation with a san mateo county sheriff sergeant i'm going to have to look into this in the next edition of people behaving badly (sports) coming up i'll have all the day's sports highlights and scores.
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stages of developing prototypes. people living in san francisco have complained, that the current scooters are left around the city... blocking sidewalks and driveways. the board of supervisors passed an ordinance which requires all scooter companies... to apply for permits, in order to operate. (pam) we all know the rules about what we are supposed to do... when we're driving and see a pedestrian in the cross walk.(ken) yet somehow... many drivers ignore or choose to break those rules. and sometimes... police and our stanley roberts are there to remind you of the consequences. just give me a chance, i'm mostly a good driver (your mostly a good driver) (yea) give you a chance .. we've had a couple of people seriously injured here on the el camino real corridor pedestrians can be unpredictable very unpredictable... for example watch the two men crossing the street the one walking in the rear looks like he just
received a text message and suddenly reverses direction two things are happening here.. first he is still in the crosswalk nats: ambiance and second not one of the drivers followed state law and yielded to him crossing the streetwho by the way works for san mateo county sheriff office where recently i showed you drivers getting pulled over not yielding to pedestrians i spoke to some of the drivers caught in an attempt to get there side of the story like the driver of this minivan im curious thou the truck and you went right behind the truck ( no i couldn't see) yea exactly you couldn't see so you went right behind him and if could have been somebody in front (i know) is that a possibility) but wasn't just drivers not yielding while trying to cross busy el camino real just outside the safeway the crosswalk was blocked but a pickup truck forcing pedestrians ( myself included to walk around) now so the
driver gets hand flagged over by a traffic sergeantwhat happened, homie, i was trying to go left and the light turned yellow so i stopped you know i didn't want to keep going so i stopped at the light so technically, you can't cross the first line which is called the limit line until the intersection clears so now the sergeant could go several directions with this let's listen in we talked about the limit line if you have a yellow light you are allowed to cross it as long as you do it cautiously the limit line is where you have to stop for a red light (which is the first one) which is the first one exactly . he was cited for blocking the crosswalkthe driver in the beginning asking for another chance when i tried to talk to her, i had the feeling she didn't know what she did wrong good morning (good morning) i'm with channel 4 how are you )good thank you) what happened i don't know that happened i turned right right i don't know that the officer is asking me did you see the pedestrian in the crosswalk . the sole reason while we're out here ma'am is to try to change driving behavior to the point where people won't have to think about complying with the law especially when it deals with pedestrians the fine in san mateo county for not yielding to a person in a crosswalk is court cost and a point on your driving record in total is 34 tickets were hours. in millbrae stanley roberts kron 4 news
warriors-rockets game 4... at oracle arena... hakeem olajuwon... rockets hall of famer... in the house... kevin durant... 3- pointer... 12-0 warriors right off the bat... durant had 27 points... but james harden leads the rockets back... picks durant here and gets the easy dunk at the other end... rockets up 7 at the half 3rd quarter... steph curry goes off... 17 of
his 28 points in the quarter... the warriors had 34 but they scored only 12 in the 4th... 2:28 left in the game... eric gordon... drains the 3-pointer... rockets up 5 seconds left and down 2... klay thompson... can't get a clean look... his shot is short... he only had 10 points final... 95-92,rockets.. they tie the series 2-2... game 5... thursday in houston (sot:postgame) "we had a chance to really make some hay. i think it was twelve nothing, and we started turning it over and fouling. it was dissapointng because i felt we could have really stretched the lead.""we were just really guns blazing in the third quarter, getting stops, pushing the tempo. starting off that fourth quarter we didn't get stops. you know it's little hard to push the tempo when you're not getting stops." "they made some big shots.we didn't get enough stops. it was there for our taking but, it's in the past now. we've got to focus on winning tw of
the nest three." "i think the vibe in the locker room is really positive right now when it comes to what we need to correct when it comes to winning game five." a great night a great a great yesterday at the st. francis hotel for the bay area sports... hall of fame banquet... tim hardaway... matt cain... harris barton... john mcvay... and brandi chastain compsed the class of 2018 i got to host the
event... a great time for all... but some controversey regarding chastain's plaque... which was unflattering to say the least... didn't look at all like her this story went national... i even had stephen a. smith on my radio show this morning talking about it... and everybody had an opinion of who the plaque most looked like... (wipe to comparision side-by-side) you be the judge... their were a lot of people that said actor gary busey... some other popular comparisions... actor mickey rookey... another actor... nick nolte... to the sports world... how about babe ruth... hall of fame quarterback john elway (ken wayne john elway (ken wayne liked this one) and last bt not least... former secretary of state... rex tillerson chastain... to her credit... took the high road... saying with all the great things the bay area sports hall of fame does for kids... she couldn't be upset and to bashof's credit...
they are replacing the plaque with one resembling a photo that chastain will pick herself a's hosting the mariners... with the warriors playing next dor... 9,408 fans at the coliseum tonight top 10th.. tied 2-2... gil heredia... drives one into the right-centerfield gap... it's cut of... and here comes jean segura... play at the plate and he gets his hand in between catcher johnathan lucroy's legs... sergura shoulder on the play... but he scores the winning run final'.. 3-2 mariners... they play again tomorow night in oakland giants at the world champion astros... this wasn't close... houston's tony kemp... a 2-run 5 rbi in the game... andrew suarez gave up 5 runs in 4 innings final score... astros win 11-2... they play again tomorrow morning our time... in houston (weather) coming up i'll have the seven day forecast.
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thunderstorms in the coming days too. on the satellite you can see an area of low pressure in the gulf of alaska. it's a weak system but it is going to dive toward the bay area over the next few days. there's a chance we could see some rain late thursday and into friday with a few isolated thunderstorms. highs tomorrow will be rather cool with 50s and fog at the coast, with sun and mild temperatures iniland in the 60s and low 70s. on thursday we will see increasing clouds leading to a chance of showers on thursday night. the best chance of rain will come on friday with a slight chance of thunderstorms too. warmer weather is expected for the holiday weekend with some highs on memorial day soaring into the upper 80s. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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