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morrison - sitting courtside with her family sporting a brand new pair of sneakers she helped design..the shoe is called the curry 6 "united we win" decked out in deep purple and white in honor of all women around the world who are using their voice for equality. something morrision did in november when she wrote curry a letter..asking why his under armor shoes are not made for girls..she also plays basketball...and just wanted new girls shoes for the new season..he wrote back..
promised her change...and since then, she has recieved two pairs of new sneakers..she was one of the first kids to get the curry 6 shoes..a christmas gift from curry himself...we saw her wearing them in january at curry's big party in oakland..at the time showing his gratitude to all his fans..and today - a letter...turned into a movement..riley morrison: it's been amazing. it's a really special experience. i never imagined that this would happen. i'm really happy i wrote that letter. and i really happy that he wrote back curry may be focusing on tonight's game against the denver nuggets..but he too is wearing the special curry 6 shoe in honor of international women's day.. (vicki) again - it's
international woman's day. it's a day that celebrates women's achievements and also marks a call for action to help promote gender equality. kron4's maureen kelly was with san francisco's mayor - as she addressed an all girl's grade school.. the purpose of today is to have hope, to realize times of changed are changing for the better and to be motivated to push forward to change ourselves upper classmen started the international's woman's day assembly at a private all girl's k-8 school in sea cliff. reminding their classmates that the world can be a tough place for women. in saudi arabia women cannot go outside without a male guardian. in malta manner allowed to kidnap a woman if he has the intent to marry her a seventh grader hoping to break in music shared her research on pay inequity in that industry. on average women made $20,000 less than men another reminded the audience of far women have come in this country.150 years ago people thought it was improper for women to give a speech well look where i am now when mayor london breed
entered to the auditorium.... the students of katherine delmar burke school gave her a standing ovation..... make sure that you reach for the stars that you fill it in your heart and you focus on doing the best you can in school the best you can in life, because if you want to be a scientist if you wanna be mayor if you want to start your own company or be a musician you can do it. it's really in a credible honor to be the first african-american woman to serve as mayor and the first woman married over 30 years here in san francisco history but it's important make sure that we cultivate the next generation of leaders so that i'm not the last planting seeds of inspiration to grow the female leaders of the future.maureen kelly kron4 news. (vicki) as we turn to weather now, we are taking a look at futurecast four ... here's a look at what's coming
our way. (adlib)(grant) joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... with what we can expect for the weekend. lawrence karnow: we had a few showers and a little sunshine today with cool highs in the 50s. we continue to see a few showers on doppler radar and more snow in the sierra. on the satellite you can see another storm coming our way. more heavy rain is headed our way tomorrow morning. clouds will increase tonight with showers developing by early morning. (grant) stay connected to the weather in your the weather in connected to stay (grant) early morning. developing by showers tonight with increase
(grant) stay connected to the weather in your neighborhood with the kron-4 mobile app. you'll find full forecasts... and an interactive radar. you can also get push alerts on bay area storms. all with the kron-4 mobile app (vicki) tonight there's an ongoing search for the personwho's throwing things at cars...on a south bay highway.(grant) it's happened over several months along a stretch of highway 152. now the c-h-p is intensifying its search before someone is seriously hurt. kron-4's rob fladeboe has more from santa clara county.
with the deadly stabbing on a bart platform-- remains unsolved. 28-year-old john lee cowell is accused of killing 18-year-old nia wilson at the macarthur bart station back in july. a judge suspended the legal proceedings-- saying there is substantial evidence cowell is mentally incompetent to stand trial. in a hearing today-- one doctor supported that claim. but another doctor said he was not able to conclude cowell's mental competency. next week, a judge will decide if he will appoint a third psychiatrist to examine cowell. (grant) a deadly bike crash this morning in san francisco is leading to more calls to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety... a cyclist died in a crash involving a truck in the area of sixth and howard streets. a viewer shared this video from the scene. police haven't released the identity of the victim. they're still investigating what happened. city leaders - including mayor london breed - saymore must be done to improve safety. (catherine)san francisco
supervisor matt haney - who represents the soma area - tweeted today that it's "infuriating that we haven't done more to make our streets safer for cyclists and pedestrians on howard and throughout the city.' he added...' i fully support the bike coalition's demand for protected bike lanes in this corridor--and other high injury networks in district 6-- immediately." (grant) it's not unusual to it's not unusual to find r-vs parked on the side of the road in san jose ...now - the city thinks it's getting out of hand and wants to do something about it. there's a proposed ordinance to create safe parking areas -- at churches and service organizations -- where people can park and sleep overnight. (vicki)but that's not all -- these businesses will also provide the homeless with restrooms, water and trash disposal.kron4's michelle kingston has the details. (mk)ragan henninger, san jose
housing department"the goal is to take vulnerable people who are in need ... whether it's a family sleeping in their vehicle or an adult in an rv to bring them into a safe place."san jose is working on a safe parking ordinance -- hoping city council will soon vote to approve this plan to allow people to park their cars and rvs in parking lots across the city.ragan henninger, san jose housing department"i think right now if you are living in your rv or vehicle, it is very challenging from being able to find a safe place to leave your vehicle over night to just trying to get your basic needs."the city says businesses will take on the expense -- provide bathrooms, security, water and trash disposal -- and give the homeless from 7 at night to 10 in the morning to park.if a business is interested in allowing people to park in their lots -- all they have to do is register with the city. the idea -- of course -- is to take the rvs off residential streets -- and into designated areas -- and to provide services to the thousands of homeless in need in the city.
ragan henninger, san jose housing department"if you have an interest and a desire to help our community, we don't want to make it harder for you to help people in need." michelle kingston, mkingstonnewssome churches in san jose already provide shelter to the homeless...and the city is also operating a safe parking area here at the seven trees community center. they say they expect the ordinance to pass within the coming weeks.in san jose, michelle kingston, kron 4 news. (grant) senator bernie sanders is raising the stakes of the "medicare-for-all" debate by expanding his proposal to include long-term care. that could force other democratic presidential candidates to decide whether to continue supporting the bill given the high cost of providing long-term care coverage. political analysit say "medicare-for- all" is unlikely to advance in the republican-controlled senate, but it's become a defining issue in the early days of the democratic primary. candidates point to their support of sanders'
legislation as proof of their progressive politics.some moderate democrats have criticized the cost. by adding the long-term care provision, sanders could further expose that divide. (vicki) on the peninsula. the possibility of a quiet flight path .. the loud sound of airplanes may soon be a thing of the past for residents near s-f-o new technology is being tested right now... that could all but silence the commercial aircrafts kron 4's haaziq madyun has the story. nats/haaziqwhat's that sound overhead?sotthat is the sound of another airplane flying over this foster city neighborhood heading to sfo. that noise is part of the foster city lifestyle that may soon be coming to an end thanks to a ground based augmentation system or gbas being tested at sfo. sfo spokesperson doug yakel explains how it workssotand he says there
are a couple of real benefits for the airport and those who live along the arrival flight pathsot sotfoster city residents paige mcdonald and ric turek describe what is has been like living in the path of sfo's runway for the past 12-yearssotsotwhat will life be like without that sound?sot officials at sfo say there are still a few hurdles like getting the faa on board. if
all goes well gbas could be up and and running in 2020...at sfo haaziq madyun kron4news (grant) the house has passed its first major piece of legislation since democrats took the majority earlier this year ...... but it appears the bill will be stuck in limbo. house lawmakers voted to pass legislation aimed at addressing government corruption, election integrity, and campaign finance. supporters of the measure, the "for the people act", say it will enact wide- ranging ethics reforms and expand voting rights. it would also require u-s presidents, vice presidents, and presidential nominees to disclose their tax returns. that's likely a poke at president trump, who has famously refused to release his returns. the bill now
goes to the senate, where republican majority leader mitch mcconnell says it will not be considered. (vicki) critics are slamming the sentence given to former trump campaign chairman paul manafort in virginia.the judge gave him just 47 months in prison --15 years less than the suggested minimum.(grant) those lambasting the sentence as too light include democratic presidential hopeful senator kamala harris - who weighed in friday. but as sara murray reports, manafort could get much more time at his sentencing for separate charges next week in d-c. critics say paul manafort got off easy, but next week he'll come face to face with another judge who may take a harsher view of manafort's crimes.krishnamoorthi: "i am surprised at this sentence." judge amy berman jackson is set to sentence manafort for conspiracy and witness tampering - crimes that carry a maximum sentence of 10 years. in deciding whether to impose the maximum sentence, jackson could also weigh the fact that manafort continued to commit crimes even after he was arrested and later lied to
investigators when he was supposed to be cooperating.a federal judge in virginia thursday sentenced manafort - president trump's former campaign chairman - to nearly four years in prison, far less than the recommended sentence of 19 to 25 years.blumenthal: "this sentence, in my view, failed to do justice to the very serious crimes that manafort has committed, as well as his utter disrespect for the law."the comments manafort's lawyer made after his client's sentencing only further inflamed democrats - manafort lawyer: "there is no absolutely no evidence that paul manafort was involved in any collusion with any government official from russia."adam schiff - the democrat chairman of the house intelligence committee - fired back via twitter, saying "the statement by paul manafort's lawyer after an already lenient sentence - repeating the president's mantra of no collusion - was no accident. it was a deliberate appeal for a pardon."in deciding manafort's sentence, judge t-s ellis called the recommendatio ns excessive and claimed that manafort "lived an otherwise blameless life."but his resume show's a complicated picture. manafort spent a lifetime enriching himself with lobbying work for dictators and regimes with abysmal human rights records - like former
philippine leader ferdinand marcos, whose image manafort tried to bolster in washington, after decades of his brutal rule.when he was light on cash, he turned to a russian oligarch for millions of dollars that manafort never appeared to repay, according to witness testimony at his trial.later he built ties with ukrainian oligarchs - with close ties to the kremlin - and stashed the millions he earned from them in foreign bank accounts.as part of his illegal lobbying work - manafort even pushed news stories in 2012 designed to paint president obama's administration as anti-semitic, according to court documents.for their part - prosecutors reached back nearly a decade to document manafort's history of tax fraud, hiding accounts and defrauding banks, leading to his eight convictions in virginia.
(vicki)(vicki) on the campaign trail today -- senator kamala harris called manaforts unfair. she compared punishments for white- collar crimes versus other nonviolent crimes. icki) harris has an emphasis on criminal justice reform as part of her campaign. she says there are too many who are "rightly distrustful" of government institutions, calling the loss of trust a "tragedy." (grant) welcoming new cadets...govern or newsom was at thec-h-p
graduation ceremony today. his show of support comes after a tense week of protests over the police- involved killing of stephon clark. capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala has the story. (nats---)63 highway patrol cadets officially became law enforcement officers friday. a handshake from the governor sealed their graduation. "the sense of optimism about the future and public service, it's a wonderful thing. i encourage folks to think about that when we think about law enforcement and the incredible heroism and sacrifice these people make every single day and i think that needs to be recognized." the governor's show of support comes after a week full of protests and marches against current laws surrounding police use of force and state officials deciding to not prosecute the officers who killed stephon clark. "it's understandable i've been in public life over 20 years, we've had difficult times in my city of san francisco, obviously we're having difficult times across the nation... things haven't gone away."the governor has said change is needed to the justice system that treats black and latino men and women differently than their white counterparts... newsom says that change will come down to training. "i think training
will fundamentally be the most important thing we can do, change culture, change training people are increasingly struggling with conditions that have changed radically issues of , mental health, the homeless, the interactions, and the issues most vexxing, the issues of implicit bias and issues of deescalation."those issues are the center of a debate in the capitol between police groups and victims of officer involved shootings. the governor says early next week he plans to meet with assemblymember shirley weber on her proposed law restricting police use of deadly force. in that same time frame, he says he plans to meet with law enforcement representatives. tag. (grant) coming up -- out
today.... the february jobs report -- shocking analysts... under-whelming numbers. we'll explain after the break. (vicki) and -- which frequent flyer program is best for you? how you can get the cheapest airline flights with points or miles. (grant) and -- president trump tours the disaster area in alabama.and pays his respects to people who lost their lives in last weekend's tornados. (lawrence) weather tease (grant) [music playing] (sashimi) psst. hey, you!
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some mixed numbers on the jobs report.(vicki) the labor department says the u-s economy added 20-thousand jobs in february. and while that sounds good on paper, economists were predicting the hike would be 180-thousand.one analyst blames the blip on the winter weather. in fact, the labor department says 390- thousand people reported being unable to get to work due to weather. meanwhile, the unemployment rate fell to three-point-eight percent last month.the labor department says furloughed employees returning to the job after the partial government shutdown may have played a role in the decline. (grant) and -- did you know 7% of airline flights are paid for with points or miles? that's according to the consulting and auditing firm p-w-c.and it shows the value of finding a good frequent flyer program. the number
one program -- delta's sky miles.it took top honors for the fourth straight year.sky miles scored high in a variety of categories, including the value earned for frequent, average and light flyers. united's milage plan, and jet blue's true blue program were second and third.the rankings took into account not only the value the plans present to frequent flyers --but also to semi-frequent flyers and even the occasional air traveler.so the results give you a snapshot of which plans are positioned to benefit the needs of any type of flyer. "...your on my property with a gun in your hand threatening to shoot me because i'm picking up trash."> (vicki) and -- shocking video of an intense stand off between a black man who says officers pulled a gun on him for picking up trash... details ahead. (grant) plus -- a father says his daughter is brain-washed by r-kelly. but she says there is nothing wrong with their relationship.
the startling new accusations about the r-and-b singer-- that include a suicide pact. (grant) and -- one year later. we take a look at how a community is remembering a tragic shooting at pathways. now the reason the family members left behind say... they are going to sue. sarah's last tuition payment, sent off. feeling good? oh yeah. now i'm ready to focus on my project. ♪ ♪ this is why we plan. ♪ ♪ you never cease to amaze me, maya. see how investing with a j.p. morgan advisor can help you. visit your local chase branch. your favorite restaurants now it doesn't matter dash. where you are. ♪ it doesn't matter what you're hungry for.
shows us how the victims will be remembered at a special ceremony tomorrow. outside what was the pathway home... hang 4 hearts. one for each victim... executive director christine loeber. clinical director jennifer gray golick. psychologist jennifer gonzales shushereba, who was 7 months pregnant.. the smaller heart is for her unborn daughter sot larry it's hard to believe it has been a year, it has been a very challenging year. larry kamer speaks for the pathway home....which has now closed. it shuffled paitents to other facilities saying it was too difficult to go back ... after 36 year old albert wong, shot the women who had been part of his care at veterans home of california. he then shot himself in the head and died. the families of the victim have recently filed wrongful death suits against the state and the county.sot you have family here that lost loved ones so it could not be any worse for them attorney ronald foreman who represents golicks husband and 10 year old daughter claims ... the facility did not warn that wong had made other threats of violence. and lacked proper security.sot the state of california is held to duty to negligence and has to mainta the p the lawsuit will prove the facility was man in a dangerous condition previously, the state , county
and sheriff's office declined to comment, citing pending litigation. the loebers' have started a foundation and scholarship program in her name in her home town of boston. and there is a new plaque at the san francisco va medical center in honor of jennifer gonzales shushereba. now, one year later the community prepares to pause and remember the women killed ... who were mothers, daughters, wives and best friends. after what has been a very difficult year.. larry. some people are very people still dealing with trauma, ptsd, that came from the incident, some asking questions about how it could have happened.jw kron 4 news (grant) the remembrance
ceremony is at noon saturday at veterans memorial park in yountville. all are welcome. if you cannot go and want to watch....we will be streaming it live on our new kronon app. (vicki) it has now been three weeks since five people were shot and killed at the henry pratt factory in aurora, illinois... today one of the survivors is suing the illinois state police department because of the shooting. alexis mcadams has the details. it's been three weeks since five people were shot and killed at the henry pratt factory in aurora.friday, one of the survivors, timothy williams, is suing the illinois state police because of the shooting.he claims it's the state police department is at fault for allowing the shooter to buy a gun.williams was shot three times during the aurora mass shooting and is now suing illinois state police for $2-million, claiming the gunman would have never had a weapon if state police did their job correctly. in a lawsuit filed friday morning, williams, who worked as a union steward at henry pratt manufacturing, said illinois state police conducted inadequate gunman, gary martin, which
allowed him to buy a gun.the legal team said state police missed martin's violent criminal history when the department issued him a firearms owners id card - or a foid card.officials said martin used that gun to shoot shot and kill five people and injure six others during the aurora mass shooting last month.according to court documents, martin had a long criminal history, including a felony conviction for beating his girlfriend with a baseball bat and then stabbing her with a kitchen knife.although martin's conviction was discovered when he later applied for a concealed carry license, the lawsuit claims state police did not do enough to retrieve the gun was discovered in 2014."the state police have claimed they revoked the foid card and weapons but the file they produced does not say that," attorney david rapoport said. "if (vicki) that was alexis mcadams reporting illinois state police did not comment on the matter pending litigation. williams is still recovering at home. (vicki) boulder police department in colorado has launched an internal investigation .... after a run-in between a group of officers and a black man was captured on video and circulated online. the
video -- which was shot march first -- shows an african- american man with a bucket and a long item in the front yard of a townhouse complex. it shows what appears to be a confrontation between the man and first one -- then several -- police officers. the person filming says repeatedly that the man lives there and is picking up trash.the video shows the man and the officers yelling at each other ends with all the officers walking away. during a boulder city council meeting tuesday evening, the city's police chief insisted the officers had not drawn their guns drawn. he said body camera footage indicated that only one officer had a handgun out and it was pointed at the ground. the police chief said the officer at the center of the incident has been placed on administrative leave. (grant) president donald trump was on the ground today in alabama.. and georgia today surveying the damage from the deadliest tornado outbreak in nearly six years. the first family toured parts of lee county and met with people impacted by the e-f 4
tornado-- as well as families who lost loved ones. 23 people were killed and parts of the community are destroyed. the president spent some time with governor kay ivey...and first responders. he reiterated his commitment to help with the recovery process. (grant) flags are flying at half staff a cross alabama until sundown sunday. honoring the lives lost.... ranging in age of six to 89. the youngest victim - 6-year- old armando 'a'j' hernandez. residents are facing another threat of severe weather this weekend. though weather experts say the danger is not as great as last weekend. (vicki) california will 'not' get hundreds of millions of dollars in federal reinbursement for repairing oroville dam... the repairs
became necessary when the spillways crumbled and fell away during heavy rains in early 20-17. today -- the federal emergency management agency rejected 306- million dollars in reimbursements for california. the amount is less than half of what the state has requested so far. state water officials put total reconstructin costs at 1-point-1 billion dollars. fema did approve $333 - million for repairs. (grant) today the european union announced that americans traveling to europe will need a visa to do so ... as of 2021. you'll need a passport and a credit or debit card to apply for the permit... it will allows travel to 26 european countries for no more than 90 days. until now - americans had been exempt from the visa requirements. the registration will be valid for 3 years. americans do not need a visa to visit great britain.. (lawrence bay area weather) (grant) and -- a new tool
champs. at last check score is 99-83...warriors... warriors with 11 straight field goals to end the 1st half... golden state raced out to a 19-point lead early on, denver settled in, but the champs have been dominant throughout the 2nd half. we'll have full highlights later tonight. --now to the college game-- the quarterfinals of the pac-12 tourney...an all bay area affair. ---tara vanderveer and the stanford cardinal hosting lindsay gottlieb and the cal golden bears.. ---4th quarter-- stanford leading by 5... cal's kristine anigwe...lays it off the glass...14 points and 14-boards for the conference defensive player of the year. ----what a performance from the cardinal... kianna williams....nothing but net.... led the squad with 23-points. ---stanford takes out cal...72-54...and advances to the semi-finals to face the winner of oregon st and washington -elsewhere in the bracket-- miramonte alum sabrina ionescu is leading her oregon ducks against arizona in the quarters. --another outstanding performance from the reigning pac-12 player of the year... 18-points... 13-dimes... and 8- rebounds.. --and the ducks
are flying to the semis... it's also tourney time in the prep ranks... the girls from oakland high suiting up today in the division 3 california state title game... --wildcats facing mcfarland... and what an outing from oakland... rolling their way to a 51-35 victory.. --they bring home the first state championship in school history... unfortunately, bishop o'dowd fell in their state final. coming up on kron4 sports at 10, those full warriors highlights... see why it's so nice to have klay thompson back in the mix. until then, more news after the break.
the child sex abuse case involving r-kelly. attorney michael avenatti says the singer had a suicide pact -- and that his girlfriends would kill themselves when told to. avenatti spoke out friday in defense of angelo clary-- a man who says kelly brainwashed his daughter. this comes after an interview where azriel clary defended kelly... and said her parents are blackmailing him. the 21-year-old said there is nothing inappropriate about her relationship with the 52- year-old. but avenatti paints a different picture of the accusations surrounding the r-and-b singer. michael avenatti/attorney:"mr. kelly is a sociopath who has preyed on young girls for decades, who has lied to their parents and those around them in an effort to further his deviant sexual behavior. and that is exactly what he did with azriel clary and it continues to this day. this man is a master manipulator who has convinced these young girls to lie in an effort to
save him from serious criminal charges."angelo clary / father of alleged r. kelly victim, azriel clary:"the woman she had become now is like, robotic. like somebody got an on and off switch that- kelly say this? it's what he say. let's believe him."(vicki) believe him."he say. let's believe him."(vicki) believe him."(vicki) kelly spoke out earlier this week in an explosive cbs interview, denying ever doing anything illegal with women - both of age and under age. he has not responded to claims of the suicide pact. (grant) jussie smollett is facing more than a dozen felony charges right now. the "empire" actor was indicted on 16 counts of disorderly conduct after police say he lied about being the victim of a violent hate crime. in january smollett
told police two men attacked him in chicago---shouting racist and homophobic slurs-- even tying a noose around his neck.but just a couple weeks later--police say they got new evidence and suspected smollett knew the men he smollett knew suspected evidence and suspected smollett knew suspected evidence and got new police say they got new evidence and suspected smollett knew the men he claimed attacked him-- and allegedly paid them to stage the attack.smollett says he's innocent.he's scheduled to be arraigned march 14th. (vicki) now take a look at this -- newly released video of damaging flood in palm springs. nature's force was captured on camera when a flash flood that damaged the palm springs aerial tramway rushed down a canyon. the tramway has been closed for repairs since feburary when heavy downpours led to flooding that carried debris down a nearby hillside. the aerial tram car carries passengers about 2.5 miles
over chino canyon, about 115 miles east of los angeles. it is expected to reopen april 1st. (grant) now to our (grant) now to our four zone forecast... as we take this live look outside at the embarcadero... joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... lawrence karnow: we had a few showers and a little sunshine today with cool highs in the 50s. we continue to see a few showers on doppler radar and more snow in the sierra. on the satellite you can see another storm coming our way. more heavy rain is headed our way tomorrow morning. clouds will increase tonight with showers developing by early morning.
(vicki) (vicki) for your health tonight for your for your health tonight -- health experts in maryland are celebrating the arrival of a new tool in the fight against fentanyl.(grant) these strips cost about 1- dollar a piece and are here thanks to a federal grant... devin barto-lotta explains how test strips work... and why they could lead users to recovery.
a two-inch strip is hoping to alter the outcome.... of marylands growing opioid crisis.sot // fran phillips / deputy secretary for public health this is recognizing that people are using drugs, and that thats a reality and as a result, tragically, people are dying. we lose about 45 marylanders every week.fran phillips, deputy secretary of public health, is on the front lines of an effort that will distribute 60-thousand fentanyl test strips across the state.allowing drug users to test their drugs for the presence of the more potent, much more deadly, fentanyl.sot //fran phillips / deputy secretary for public health weve seen that when people have the information, they know that theres fentanyl in that drug, they behave differently. they may take less of it, they may consume it more slowly.the strips test any street drug...by adding a small amount of the powder to a cup of water....and let the strip sit for 5 minutes...and it will tell you if fentanyl is present.gina demaria has made it her lifes mission to help drug users after her son, anthony died of an overdose. telling wjz... her nonprofit has distributed thousands of these test strips.sot // gina
demaria / anthonys wayit is so out of control that weve got to try to keep them alive. denise: its that basic?gina: its that basic. weve gotta keep them alive. because if we keep them alive, theres a hope for recovery.fentanyl deaths have doubled since 2016... killing almost 1500 people in only the first nine months of last year.sot //fran deputy secretary for public health when people come in asking for this, this is an have a conversation, to have counseling, to offer narcan, also known as really work with people, get a relationship going...and open the recovery... before its too late. (grant) a warning that may come as no surprise. smoking hookah may be harmful to your heart. the american heart association says hookah smoking affects heart rate and blood pressure and with chronic use is linked to an increased risk of heart disease. researchers say there's a misperception among young people, that using hookah pipes to smoke tobacco is less harmful than
cigarettes. hookah smoke has many of the same toxic chemicals as cigarettes and in some cases...a higher amount of them.the american heart association says four- point-eight percent of u-s high school students surveyed smoked hookah in 2016.that's up from four-point-one percent in 2011. (vicki) coming up -- how rain... fire... and even a drought could make great year for southern california... we'll take a look at the burst wildflowers seen in the hills... woman 1: i had no symptoms of hepatitis c. man 1: mine... ...caused liver damage. vo: epclusa treats all main types of chronic hep c. vo: whatever your type, ask your doctor if epclusa is your kind of cure. woman 2: i had the common type.
man 2: mine was rare. vo: epclusa has a 98% overall cure rate. man 3: i just found out about my hepatitis c. woman 3: i knew for years. vo: epclusa is only one pill, once a day, taken with or without food for 12 weeks. vo: before starting epclusa, your doctor will test if you have had hepatitis b, which may flare up, and could cause serious liver problems during and after treatment. vo: tell your doctor if you have had hepatitis b, other liver or kidney problems, hiv, or other medical conditions... vo: ...and all medicines you take, including herbal supplements. vo: taking amiodarone with epclusa may cause a serious slowing of your heart rate. vo: common side effects include headache and tiredness. vo: ask your doctor today, if epclusa is your kind of cure. people who enjoy watching
live video feeds from eagles' nests feeds from eagles' nests have something to be excited about. (vicki) a pair of bald eagles nesting in big bear lake california have a new egg. the bundle of joy came wednesday. biologists had spent weeks hoping for it while watching the pair display mating behavior.now the parents will share incubation duties and the egg should hatch into a cuddly baby raptor around april tenth.and that's not all...it's possible a cond egg could come in a few days. you can watch all the action on the nest cam operated by friends of big bear valley. the forest service counted 11 of service the forest service counted 11 of the birds living in san bernardino national forest last year -- that's down from the 15 counted in 20-17. (grant) in southern
california -- wildflowers bloom in the walker canyon poppy fields! this is drone video in lake elsinore... southeast of los angeles. according to national geographic -- the wildflower season this year is exceeding typical spring blooms. in california's deserts and canyons, the right combination of rain and favorable temperatures at the right time determines how spectacular the season will be. (vicki) and -- get ready to spring ahead tomorrow night... for the one hundredth time! the first daylight saving time happened in 19-18. that was during world war one... and it was done to conserve coal.even though setting your clock ahead one hour brings more sunshine to your day, it also comes at a cost.one study showed losing that hour of sleep leads to a 25 per cent uptick in heart attacks.to avoid sleep deprivation, experts advise turning in 15 minutes earlier
turning in 15 experts advise turning in 15 minutes earlier than you normally would tomorrow.meanwhile....florida likes daylight saving time so much they want to keep it enacted all year round - california is trying to do the same.neither state can actually do it, though, without congressional approval -- which hasn't been granted yet. (grant) that wraps (grant) that wraps up kron 4 news at nine... (vicki) but our primetime coverage continues at the top of the hour. pam moore is here with kron 4 news at ten....pam? (pam) thank you grant and vicki.... next at ten... an inspirational story on this international women's day... a local girl who could not find steph curry's signature basketball sneakers for girls ... is tonight ..his guest of honor at oracle . we'll take you there... and explain how she
actually helped design the latest curry shoe - made for and marketed to - females. plus... a busy south bay highway seeing a series of troubling incidents. objects being hurled at cars ---often at night. how c-h-p investigators are trying to track down a suspect.(pam) and one year later --- a quiet north bay community is still healing from a tragic shooting that left three women dead. we look at the lasting impact ... that violent attack has had on the community.... and how the victims are being remembered. don't go away...hour three of kron 4 news in primetime starts right after the break.
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