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trump's attack on their patriotism in language widely considered as racists. no question it seems to be getting pretty ugly in the nation's capital the president tweeting over the weekend that the 4 women should quote. >>go back and help fix a totally broken and crime infested places from which they came kron four's vicki liviakis has the story. >>he's play racist. and floyd duly members of the united house of representatives. all of are women of color. we cannot we will. >>representatives alexandria ocasio cortez of new york michigan's rashida to leave ilhan omar from minnesota and a on a presley from massachusetts responding to the president's suggestion. >>if you're not happy. in the us if you're complaining all the time very simply you can leave you can leave right now. >>of the 4 women only omar was born outside the u s.
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>>telling them to go back to their countries is one of the oldest and crew to strokes to malign non-white americans. >>house speaker nancy pelosi tweeting make america great again has always been about making america white again. the president says he isn't bothered that white nationalist groups have identified with his remarks only doesn't concern me because many people agree with me is senator lindsey graham is one of them. >>we all know. >>see in this crowd are a bunch of communist. they hate israel, they hate our own country week. >>challenge loyalty to our country in order to avoid challenging and debating the policy. it is time for us to stop allowing this president to make a mockery. >>i don't our constitution. it's time for us to impeach this president.
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>>vicki liviakis kron 4 news. >>a 27 year-old man has confessed to killing us scientists, suzanne eaton on the greek island of crete evening was from oakland. the man had been detained for questioning by police after the evening went missing on july second police believe she disappeared during a run and she was attending a conference with her employer. the max planck institute out of dresden university in germany. her body was found in a former not see war bunker on july 10th. she leaves behind a husband and 2 sons more details are expected to be announced tomorrow. >>a california man has been sentenced to life in prison for killing an engaged couple while they were on a camping trip this was in 2004. the ohio couple they've been sleeping on jenner beach when they were shot and killed by sean gallon, the case remained cold for more than a decade before gallon admit to killing 22 year-old lindsey kutch all and 26 year-old jason allen.
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he also pleaded guilty to killing his brother. he was sentenced today to 3 consecutive life terms in prison without parole, as well as more than 94 years in prison were other crimes. step outside the weekend is over the workweek lies ahead in a r man was all the information on what's. >>coming up is standing by now has it was a nice weekend. yes, our cath unknown are just going to say yes it was a gorgeous weekend and the fog aside coming back right. yeah, you know yesterday we had such a nice day the fog there all the way out even along the coastline, but today. >>things begin to change start to see some that fall creep in along the coastline now more that on the way back see quite a bit probably going to see some drizzle along the coastline too so we're going to see more clouds and some cooler temperatures along the coastal areas we a little sunshine even 70 degrees in san francisco today but now start to see some of marine lab there. it is right there begin to creep back on shore. there's the golden gate bridge here so has made its way all the way inland. yep it likely
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will tonight in fact low clouds fog and a stretch all the way along the california coastline down point conception as the fog kind of refills in now and it's going to stick around maybe some drizzle i think as we specially get into wednesday. you see be picked up a models are you see a little drizzle along the coastline to so temperatures are going down toward the beaches, you're looking about 61 degrees in the sunset about 71 though are 10 degrees warmer get to the mission with plenty of sunshine there 67 degrees in the marina along the coastal areas, 57 degrees in pacifica 58 in melbourne out of 60 in half moon bay, 57 montero then you get over here you find more sunshine, mid 60's bilbray for tomorrow about 66 in burning and you'll see that breeze or here through the san bruno gap probably can see some fog filling in late by tomorrow afternoon as well inside the peninsula, very comfortable temperatures mid 70's in the woodside about 73 follow up to 79 in mount view and the south bay looking very very nice shows you see some 70's even some 80's about 80 degrees in san jose to los gatos 82. in campbell about 83
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in cupertino still some hot 90's. well inland tomorrow, ab some patchy morning fog likely going to showing up maybe as far inland as limb or early tomorrow morning will be much is going on in hurry and then the sunshine will be showing up for the rest of the afternoon. and the temperatures will be warm 80 them tpough about 90 degrees in concord. looking at 80's and are in denver august 75 in berkeley, 79 degrees in richmond 84 degrees in the napa valley about 85 degrees in benicia back toward the coastline will keep things a little bit cooler pollen numbers generally in the 60's and maybe couple patches of fog of moving in along the coastline specially late in the day. next couple days go to keep things toasty in cool by the coast of than ever but is going to be cooling down on thursday and friday into the first part of the weekend. thank you lawrence nba, free agency has been wild this year and that might be an understatement the warriors rosters looking a lot different and the team's general manager bob myers, he was talking about the team today and the cape bruny is here and has a more on what he said kate. >>yet what was the first time
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we've got to hear from bob myers and saw this free agency craziness began and there were couple recurring themes in some of the things that he said the mayor's remarks, he spoke a lot about a sadness about saying goodbye to some of the players who are moving on, but also sense of intrigue about how the warriors will fare with this different young roster and this roster is going to look very different indeed steph curry will be there so will draymond green klay thompson when he's back in his acl injury but then a whole lot of new faces 9 to be exact and that's including players acquired both in the draft and in free agency. now all the changes have prompted a lot of cool austin's but one in particular will this squad be able to contend with a loaded western conference field. bob myers was cautiously optimistic. >>we compete, yeah, i think groups it's shown at least at its core with whatever clay comes back with draymond step that that's a that's a group that shown and prove that they can wind. as far as the other pieces we have to see where we have to see who they are what they are how they fit. they're
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young and young teens take some time. avoid a huge believer in continuity and we now. we have to work to get that back we've got it at some level with some of the core guys and obviously looney in the other 3. but it's it's a lot of new pieces and that takes time to joan. there's an excitement. there's an awareness that it's not to be easy. it could be but but in a change was coming at some point you never know when you never know how, but it's always come in. >>change can be hard though especially when includes saying goodbye to key pieces of the championship rosters kevin durant andre iguodala's shaun livingston and they're all gone. but all warriors fans of course are hoping that doesn't mean the dynasty is gone with them. >>not a big surprise that katie left but i wonder how he felt about losing shaun livingston and andrea me that he he sad he said he really likes these players as people
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into so grateful for what they've done so you know you get the sense that it's going to be a little hard to move the fans love those guys to make sure that coming up the latest on some new technology that may be the next big step in allowing human habitation on mars also the president says it's a good deal democrats say not so fast. >>how a drug trade agreement with canada and mexico cou right now, earn 60,000 bonus miles after qualifying purchases when you apply and are approved for the hawaiian airlines world elite mastercard. plus, you earn miles on everyday purchases. get closer to the travels and moments you'll remember forever
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>>new video tonight showing a great white shark being caught
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near alcatraz over the weekend and this is after a great white was spotted near half moon bay last week and then another one in monterey bay. kron on sarah stinson has the details. >>a group of sports fishermen were outside of alcatraz when they were fishing and they had no idea what was at the end of their wrong it could have been adult son, a shark that they're used to catching but no it turned out to be a great white shark. it was all caught on camera. you can hear the excitement in their voices it shows this is a historic catch for golden state sport fishing they caught the shark over the weekend near alcatraz don't worry as soon as they identified it was a great white shark. they released it back into the bay. now these guys go fishing for sharks, salmon held that you name it but never expected to catch this type of shark which on average weighs anywhere from 1500 to 2400 pounds i hope in the sun. >>here.
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>>you can see in the video there rod nearly snapped in half and each person tried to take a go at it before they finally caught it now this is the second great white to be spotted in the bay area within one week. take a look at this multiple pilots flying over the san mateo county coast spotted several great whites in half moon bay. county officials warned beachgoers over the weekend to use caution while swimming in the ocean. jamie robertson is one of dozens of people who swim here at aquatic park every morning. uh there's a real risk of sharks is for surfers out in the out of the ocean most every year someone gets attacked. >>there's never been attack in the bay itself, but it could happen he says well it's too close for comfort hearing that a great white was right here in the bay. he says it's not going to stop him from taking a swim and i'm seeing san francisco from you know one inch above sea level. >>and get in touch with that and what was his goal is all
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good when you're out there at the beach or swmmming in the bay this summer having son. >>just keep your eyes out for sharks and if you do see one make sure to move slowly away from its search slowly swimming to shore. >>don't get in its way in as you'remswimming, don't keep your eyes off of the shark in san francisco sarah stinson kron 4 news. >>sounds like practical advice for your house tonight adult vapers may find it easier to kick the habit of smoking cigarettes this is a study that tracked more than 5,000 daily cigarette smokers for 2 years in france and they say smokers who used the cigarettes they did smoke fewer cigarettes each day and we're more one and a half times more likely to quit. researchers also look at former smokers they found that those who they were more likely to relapse as for teenagers. the cdc says they might be more likely to smoke cigarettes in the future if they vape. while healthy living it's not just good for your body. it's really good for your brain people who
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watch what they eat and work out and keep drinking to a minimum and don't smoke. they are less likely to get dementia even those that are higher genetic risk. but scientists don't know why exactly they say they need to find out more about the brain changes that actually cause dementia if you want to reduce your stress take a walk all you need is about 20 or 30 minutes. >>researchers say in that amount of time each day trying to find some place it's kind of like nature at least with trees around that can improve your mental health. you can walk center. do both as long as you take a major break during daylight hours. the study found the hormone which produces stress cortisol dropped in participants who are prescribed outdoor relaxation time. there are also advised to avoid using their phones going on social media or even having conversations. another study found high cholesterol before the age of 40 can lead to a 64% increase of coronary heart disease later in life. the study was published today in the journal of the american
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college of cardiology. researchers say the take away for young adult is don't wait to start making healthier choices, your diet and exercise can always reverse the cumulative damage made during young adulthood the new trade deal between the us mexico and canada is under fire congressional democrats argue that uh. >>particular provision will limit their ability to lower drug prices and they want that provision stricken from the deal entirely. washington bureau reporter annie war and a war nikki she has the story. >>the usmc it will be the most modern cutting edge trade agreement in history president donald trump is touring the country pushing hard for the us mexico, canada trade deal. but democrats are pushing back texas democratic congressman lloyd doggett says the new trade deal that replaces nafta will end up costing us at the drugstore it will limit the power of congress to do something about prescription price dog. it says one
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provision in the deal protects big drug companies against cheaper generic versions of their drugs it's all about limiting competition and protecting monopoly right. >>and that's what causes these prices to go up so much doggett and dozens of democrats wrote this letter to us trade representative robert lighthizer last week they say if the provision stays in the u s m c a bill vote to kill the deal that puts the president in a pickle, either get rid of that provision and risk having to renegotiate the deal. >>or keep it and risk it not passing in congress and the sooner the better texas republican senator john cornyn says there's not a lot of time left to get democrats on board because once. >>it's comes from the white house and it's on a 90 day. a fast track and that can't be amended by congress. >>this is not the only issue democrats have with the u s m c a house speaker nancy pelosi says she will not bring the deal up for a vote in the house until the president addresses all her concerts, including labor environmental
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enforcement issues in washington, i'm anna warning key. >>scientists say they may have found a way to make mars a livable place for humans. a new study published today in the journal nature astronomy but for the idea of using an insulating material called silica aero gel. the substance could be used to build oems or biles fears to block radiation control temperatures and still allow for photosynthesis scientists at nasa's jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena say mars is the most habitable planet in our solar system after earth silica aero gel is known for being incredibly insulating it protected the electronic instruments on the mars spirit and opportunity rovers from extreme temperature changes. scientists say they plan to test the material here on earth and extreme weather places such as antarctica. >>hand in case astronauts on future missions to mars need a little more spice in their lives. nasa scientists are working to send a s bono been yola chili pepper to thep
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international space station if they do this would be the first fruiting plants the us has harvested there. scientists believe the pepper can be pollinated easily. thrive in a high carbon dioxide environment, chili peppers are packed with lots of vitamins. they figure they will also help astronauts, stay healthy. while in space coming up martin case. >>we'll set you up for what's ahead on bay area sports night, including much more on what workers gm bob myers had to say
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>>lots to talk about in the sports world and art always is it seems like mark carpenter kate will be joining us from the set a bay area sports night. >>that's right getting ready for bay area sports night 7 o'clock kron on. we've heard from the warriors nba news that is probably for the best we needed some time to kind of canterbury's a little bit at to happen to the golden state roster. warriors president of basketball operations bob myers spoke with the media today. what did he have to say about how this summer has unfolded. he thinks is just as crazy as we do he said this is the crazies free agency season that he remembers in. >>a nearly 2 decades long career in basketball and as a matter of fact he says it's also the quickest it ever up to pee joke that this is the first time he was ever able to enjoy the 4th of july with his family and have a beer. yeah, yeah we see all those crazy signings within hours that we hear him talking about kevin, duran the acquisition of d'angelo russell what the
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roster looks like now. >>what are the expectations for next year will be talking about all that also be talking about the giant sunday's red hot teams in the bay area right now that is all up a bay area sports night 7 o'clock on kron on. let's go back to you getting catherine all right mark mckay will see few minutes. thank you. >>and we're taking a live look outside yes, we are the embarcadero and to here's lawrence yeah it we've got that sea breeze blowing right now pretty stiff in some spots and back to seeing some gusts to 38 miles per hour. so a stronger sea breeze on the way no fog going to the golden gate bridge just yet but it's lurking just off the coastline here in some spots effect you can make its way on shore you can see right there as the fog begins to try and fill in here it's going to really make a pretty good goal that overnight tonight. we see that surging well on shore so tomorrow morning we wake up some patchy fog may be all the way into the tri valley by tomorrow morning temperatures go into the 50's and the 60's becoming mostly sunny during the middle of the day, 60's and by noontime and then in the afternoon now those
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temperatures topping out the 80's maybe couple low 90's well inland a lot of 70's a few 80's inside the bay and some 15 60's along the coastline, so we are going to see some changes coming our way as that fall going to begin really kind of take over our weather pattern over the next few days. temperatures for and a warm spot just about 90 in concord 30 degrees cooler in half moon bay. you see those numbers uh generally in the 50's and the 60's along the coastline. next couple, a surgeon hold stay that way to cool things down as we get to thursday and friday the weekend looks like those temperatures going to be headed below normal tech may be staying fairly below normal till the end of july thank you. we'll see you tonight at to 8 o'clock.
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