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>>susie coston a bridge and there are things flying all over the place debris branches and leaves. >>now a 10 strong winds wreak havoc across the bay area toppling trees and power lines, leaving thousands in the dark tonight. good evening and thank you so much for joining us tonight at 10 i'm justine waltman and i'm j r stone the wind advisory is set to last until at least tomorrow morning. >>in the meantime, hundreds of travelers are stranded at sfo because of the wind. we have
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team coverage tonight on this wind storm. meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has been tracking the conditions across the bay area. we also have reports from the east bay where trees have fallen on homes and also cars but first we want to go to kron four's dan thorn who is live in the north bay tonight where that area saw a lot of damage dan what's the situation where you are we see the tree down there right behind you. >>that's right justine this huge tree here has been in the road since about 11 o'clock this morning, this is on riverside drive in sonoma. but this is just one scene where uprooted trees snapped branches and downed power lines have been keeping people very busy. strong gusty winds creating havoc in sonoma this large oak tree crushing several hicle sunday morning. >>and blocking part of riverside drive for hours and they see the shadow. >>and i do around us and see that that is coming down and
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they scream in their round one alsbatos fans were destroyed, but he was more concerned about his neighbors across the street on highs in the week. >>nice. the keeper as says he was inside with his daughter and wife when the same tree came crashing down the newsroom. we had the holes in guest room where a huge hole in the ceiling was left behind the bed cored with broken branches and twigs he's thankful. no one was hurt. with help from the red cross president his family will be spending the night somewhere else than i out of a note. >>the sounds of buzzing chainsaw kerrythroughout the area other trees were downed by powerful winds. >>our lines also had to be pulled back up as the wind whipped themaround. >>one man was even tasked with imbing onto a home and pulling out a tree limb that
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pierced the roof, a long day of damage cleanup. but people are happy thave escaped unharmed, but everybody is that okay >>the guy that just not a >>when the wind has died down quite a bit out here tonight in sonoma county but some advisories to remain in effect as for this tree, there still a lot to clean up here and it's unclear when that's going to happen. reporting live in sonoma dan thorn kron 4 news thank you so much dan we continue our team coverage in the east bay tonight where winds cause damage to homes and cars. >>taking down power lines trees and more kron four's taylor the psac ii has that story. >>the windy day in the east bay in all the years of living here i have never seen a wind event this big alex raise tube is video from his backyard off orange would drive in fremont normally it winning goal over because we have all cinder blocks but despite the and the cement is still blowing over
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like ani was really amazed at the dam sprays says the high winds destroyed his canopy and shattered the glass and an outdoor table over in oakland firefighters responded to scenes like these voids skyline boulevard in oakland. >>it's not that there's a particular danger on but there's trees down wires down in so many different places it's hard to get around so we'd like toavoid having more traffic which hampers our ability to respond mitigate problems in the area. oakland firefighters say the wind caused power outages. >>and took out traffic signals at park and macarthur boulevard we're. >>right in the neighborhood of already today, 100 for trees down power lines or trees down into houses in the anywhere wherthey might fall viewers also share their photos and videos with us broken fences in brentod and blocked roadways in concord. >>meanwhile in san leandro highway 8.80 experienced delays due to downed power lines over the roadway. and here you e damages at the san leandro racquet club
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apartments winds took out part of a front balcony in roof while also sending trees on top of cars over at lakeside village apartments blocked roadways and more down trees emergen responders say it's important to avoid areas like this and report the damages are reminding people that if you come across a wire. that's down or wire with a tree in it please do not touch. it don't approach it trying to get a good location of where it is and call us and let us 911. >>we're 3, 1 one they can access and let us know about the house tailored to sackey kron 4 news. >>now let's take a live look outside at san francisco international airport, the strong winds have been causing problems for travelers there today. >>at least 350 flights in and out of sfo were delayed today, 26 flights were canceled. some of the flights had to be diverted to different airports after authorities said that it was just not safe for the plans to land in the bay area because of the high winds. kron four's gayle ong has the very latest from sfo.
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>>you know i was really looking to get home only this passenger's flight took a detour sunday. she did not want to give her name but tells us her american airlines flight fr philadelphia to as a foe was diverted to sacramento because othe wind and not all care costs are safe rental car and almost 2 hour drive back home later i say i think dollars dick's thing got to shape y. you know just around center a mac at sfo departing flights were delayed when place late for like 3 hours you really right on time and there's no rush should be alike. a lot of bags 5 minutes, but it's just unfortuna because you know we we make our plans a certain >>we can get here on time and just has a lot more for some travelers. their flight was on time, but they were still talking about the weather was staying in hercules and because the bay bridge and
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there are things flyinall over the place is debris you know branches and leaves and metal corrugated thgs according to the national weather service strong offshore winds wpp across airports in the bay area and central coast since the morning into the afrnoon, the wind was causing some arriving flight delays averaging one hour and 23 minutes airport officials are reminding travelers to check with their airline carriers for any wther-related delays or cancellations. >>reporting here at sfo gayle ong kron 4 news. >>thank you so much gayle, the gusty winds have caused power lines to fall in parts of the bay area which will lead to massive power outages latest numbers from pg knee show the significant wind storm has forced power outages to nearly 60,000 customers across the bay area. right now in the east bay, 45,000 customers more than that are without electricity. the south bay that number is close to 11,000 in the peninsula just under 1500 customers are without power just over 1600 in the
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north bay and in san francisco 100 customers are without electricity. the company says though pete goss a breach between 6090 miles per hour across the bay, there are no public safety power shutoff during this wind event they say soil moisture levels remain high. due to all the winter rain that we've received however, the company has activated its local emergency centers to help with response time now to get a check of our weather forecast with meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez to find out how much longer these. >>gusty winds are going to last beyond right now we're getting a little bit of a break from those double digit wind speeds but during the overnight hours and into your monday morning commute we are going to notice a dangerous monday morning drive, let's take a look at our wind advisory right now we are seeing widespread wind advisories, not just for our highest peaks, but also for most of our valleys and bay area coastline and current wind speeds out there right now breezy in the single
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digitsin some areas but we're noticing sustained winds at around 20 miles per hour or less the wind speeds and wind gusts will increase once again during the overnight hours even impacting your morning rush hour commute so expect another dangerous drive with the threat of downed power lines and downed trees as well sustained winds at 20 to 30 miles per hour but calmer conditions. >>into your mid morning and shortly before your new much time hour. the wind advisory will expire for a valleys in coastline, 7 o'clock monday morning. but they will continue especially for our highest peaks in the north bay mountains east bay hills, including the diablo range because we could still see wind gusts around 50 to 60 miles per hour last from now all the way through tuesday morning by around 11 o'clock. that's when it's set to expire, but still tracking breezy wind speeds right around tuesday afternoon and in addition to the big story that is this windstorm i'm also tracking warmer
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temperatures in this warming trend is going to continue to start out your workweek monday and for the next couple of days find out if any rain is in the forecast in just a few minutes at my full 10 at 10 outlook justine and jr back to you thank you so much we first told you about the damaging winds and a push alert this morning make sure to download the kron 4 app for the latest on local and breaking news in the bay area and >>coming up on kron 4 news at 10 a man is arrested outside the white house after threating to assassinate the president what we're learning about the suspect tonight plus an off-duty federal agent shoots another man in a san francisco neighborhood we have the latest on the investigation that is now underway. >>in a developing story out of new york city where a man is accused of intentionally trying to kill police officers in fighting climate change isn'just about par bears. we're fighting for our lives, we're fighting for clean air and clean water. that's why wrote the law to
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>>in national news tonight. tense moments in new york city this security camera video that shows the moment, a man walked into a bronx police station and opened fire he's accuseof trying to assassinate 2 police officers, both officers are expected to recover from their injuries. >>kron four's else like ammonium ilive in the newsroom with what police are saying about both attacks l a. >>jared justine n y p d believe that the same man targeted both police officers in the separate attacks calling this an attempted assassination. both men were on patrol in said to have been targeted while sitting in
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their police cars, the first on saturday night and just hours later the second officer was ot early sunday morning. police link to boost to the same suspt after surveillance video showed the guy opening fire inside of a police precinct. >>he immediately pulls out a gun. and fires multiple rounds toll which the desk area we are confident that he is the same person who attempted to police officers last night. it was a premeditated effort to kill and not just to kill other human beings but to kill those who wear a uniform that represents all of us. >>police say surveillance video shows the suspect entering a room by the desk area firing several rounds at point-blank range toward officers and an employee, an officer returned fire was shot in the arm and he's expected to recover. authorities say that the suspect was not injured in e gunfight and surrendered to police inside that precinct. he's been now identified as 45 year-old robert williamson from the bronx with a lengthy criminal
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history, including attempted murder, he's been on parole since 2017 live in the newsroom allison them only on kron 4 news sake you ell in other news tonight, a florida man is accused of threatening to assassinate president donald trump police arrested 25 year-old roger hedge past saturday outside of the white house. >>he reportedly approached a us secret service police officer on patrol and said quote i am here to assassinate president donald trump. authorities say the suspect was a critically missing endangered person as well as a mental health patient. he was moved to a hospital for a mental health evaluation where he will stay until further notice. >>san francisco police the fbi and the district attorney's office are investigating a shooting in san francisco's haight-ashbury district. it happened around 11 30 saturday night officers say an off-duty federal agent had shot another man. police aren't releasing which agencythe agent worked for shooting victim is being
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treated at zuckerberg general hospital with non life threatening injuries. >>the off-duty federal agent is being investigated as an from here, it'll just be a i going from an instigation. >>these are not serious the federal agent was not injured. no information yet on what led up to the shooting. >>san francisco police are also investigating a crash that sent one person to the hospital around 3 15 this morning police responded to the corner of 19th avenue and unit pero serra boulevard where they found the male victim. he went to the hospital with life threatening injuries police say that the driver did stay at the scene and is cooperating with investigators. no othe information on the cause of the crash has been released. >>in the east bay richmond police have arrested the suspected driver who was involved in a deadly hit and run that took the life of a 4 year-old boy. it happned friday afternoon, the driver fled the scene leaving 4 year-old hector inred on
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colin avenue in richmond. witnesses say drivers often speed through their neighborhood. officers were able to identify and arrest the suspect last night around 7 suspect has been booked on charges of hit and run resulting in death oakland police are investigating a fatal car crash between 2 cars and haygen burger road in hamilton street it happened last night around 9.30. >>the 19 year-old female driver was transported to a local hospital with severe injuries. but is listed in stable condition tonight. a 24 year-old male driver was pronounced dead at the scene at this time alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the crash. >>take a live look outside along san francisco's embarcadero beautiful shot right there one thing you can't see eye hard to make out the trees or any of the flags and that picture because it was a very windy day you can kind of see the palm trees there on the left-hand side. so a little it's like they're from and today it was windy
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out there we saw the top the show all the damage that it caused. >>it's been a wild win winter weather day that's not wet. i know the w's in ice storm swept through the bay area and that's what we're noticing. those gusty wind speeds a little bit breezy out there right now in the bay area but i know my allergies were suffering and not only that we got grieve your photos and videos of just the damage of mother nature's fury with these double digit wind speeds. >>here's a viewer picture that i got out of san ramon were a pine tree actually fell on this viewers neighbor's yard and you could see breaking part of the fence, so it was dangerous weather out there and much for the same during the overnight hours and even through tuesday morning time for our highest peaks so we do have a wind advisory in effect not just for e bay area coastline. but also mostof the valleys and north bay mountains in east bay hills but for most of us we're going to notice that wind advisory expire by around 7 o'clock in
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the morning but from now until then current wind speeds out there right now calm before the other windstorm because i am tracking gusty. wind speeds during the overnight hours even impacting your monday morning commute but th wind advisory is going to expire at 7 o'clock for most of us in the bay area but for the highest peaks, specifically the north bay mountains in the east bay hills we're going to notice those winds continuing. >>through tuesday morning at 11 because we could see gusts upwards of 60 miles per hour less until we start to notice calm winds overall for most of the bay area and calmer conditions for tuesday afternoon and tuesday night. but we are noticing still very breezy conditions crystal clear skies out there because the winds blowing any marine layer influence out there right now stormtracker 4 showing a very dry air mass and temperatures right now in the low to mid and upper 50's conquered cooling down a little bit at 49 degrees. but everyone lse in the are going to notice widespread 40's for overnight lows. but some of our interior valleys like
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santa rosa in livermore cooling down into the upper 30's and tomorrow's daytime highs, warming up even more from today so we're going to remain above average about 5 to 15 degrees above normal downtown, san francisco, warming up to 63 degrees oakland 66 san jose in the upper 60's conquered low 70's and mid 70's for those of you in santa rosa and as we take a look ahead at our full 10 at 10 outlook you can see that warming trend continuing through tuesday. it is going to be the warmest day of the next 7 little changed on wednesday, but thursday night into friday could see some light scattered showers overall looking like a very dry outlook even for your valentine's day friday and then next weekend saturday night through sunday could see some light scattered overnight showers but really most f us are going to notice dry weather this dry pattern overall is going to continue for the next 10 days so very and typical for this time of year because this is our wet season. we should be getting a lot of rain but instead we're
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dealing with when storms instead so very dry storm sweeping through the bay area would have been such a different story of rain headed been with us today. >>yeah, and as bad as it was i think you have to be thankful all those power lines down and there were no major fires so to that was certainly goodness. i got >>well our coverage of the gusty winds in the bay area continues here coming up at 1030 find out where a 200 mile an hour wind gust was clocked in today. >>and the department of justice is dropping its antitrust investigation into ltiple auto manufacturers. why some are
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>>welcome back to kron 4 news at 10. the department of justice has closed its antitrust investigation involving bmw fo honda and volkswagen that investigation was launched after the companies rejected the trump administration's laxed air pollution and mileage regulations. instead the car makers agreed to meet the tougher standards set by california. 13 other states also follow those restrictions. this will allow them to stamne production in the long run by only having to follow one standard. >>the white house is expected to ask congress for less funding to build a wall at the u mexico border, the administration's budget proposal will include a
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request for billon but last year the white house requested $5 billion to construct the wall which congress did not approve funding r the border wall has been a major sticking point between the trump administration and congress in 2018 president trump allowed the govement to shut down for a historically long impse that did not guilt him the requested money for his wall. >>up next at 1030 people in downtown san francisco might be seeing some low flying helicopters in the air tonight we'll explain why after the break. >>and i'm tracking your full sierra forecast and your microclimate bay area tom steyer: listen, every democrat running for president
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>>the big story tonight, gusty winds causing significant damage across the bay area from trees toppling over in on to cars boats and houses to downrd power lines leaving thousands of people in the dark and even briefly shutting down the 8.80 freeway earlier today. >>the latest numbers from pg need just came into our newsroom, you're looking at them right now. there is nearly 55,000 customers across the state that are still without power, but we'll get to our bay area numbers peninsula about 2600 the north bay is now down to a just over 500 people the east bay has about 21,000 people in the
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dark south bay just over 5,000 people. >>the says though that pete gusts of reached between 6090 miles per hour across the bay area. there are no public safety power shutoff during this wind event the company has activated its local emergency centers to help with the response. in the sierra kirkwood clock wind speeds over 200 miles per hour due to those dangerous winds they had to shut down the slopes. >>earlier today we talked with a forecaster with the national weather servi about the high winds in the sierra plus also what we can expect for our upcoming workweek. >>we anticipated to be a fairly wide spread of the wind like to say or or pretty much as forecast. unfortunately. the winds were mixing doubt also affecting a lot more people than what normally does we issue many wind advisories throughout the course the but most of the time the wind
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speeds don't affect the the lower urban locations where most people live and work so this wind event is affecting more the lower elevations, i'm but from the higher elevations, it's almost certainly team with speed as far and advisory criteria guinness for going to still be a noh northerly flow hour, we're looking at another. the similar and set up for later in the week and we have another area of low pressure diving into the great basin. dependent on if that swings are away just a few 100 miles and we could see increased wind speeds like we're seeing today. the hour we're definitely keep an eye on out for the end of this coming weekend our winds are going to be behaving themselves. >>now this segment first ran in our new service called kron on make sure you download the app to watch bay area ne streaming 24 7. >>want to turn things now to
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meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez we heard him talk about their i mean 200 miles per hour for a wind gust. a wild stuff we're seeing the sierra today as well, yeah just to put it in perspective in kirkwood having wind gusts of 209 miles per hour that's an f for fujita scale tornado. so not verify just yet, but if it is. >>it's probably going to be the biggest in california history once it is verified and alpine meadows, not that far behind a 125 mile per hour wind gusts reported this morning. so let's take a look at your sierra forecast still tracking gusty wind speeds still fortunately the lake wind advisory for south lake tahoe has been allowed to expire early and still remaining with this wind advisory from now through 4 o'clock monday morning so still tracking wind gusts upwards of 50 miles per hour less for the valleys including south lake tahoe and along the sierra crest ridge tops could see wind gusts still right now in the triple digits a 100 miles per hour or less expected from now through monday morning so not out of
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the woods just yet but still tracking a calmer forecast out there and warmer weather and 5 starting out monday with temperatures right about where you should be for the sierra in the mid 40's and then gradually warming up into the upper 40's all the way through wednesday under mostly sunny skies, so no snow showers expected for the next 3 days very dry out looking closer to home in the bay area we did see the return of king tides on account of that super snow moon creating at title effect right along the coastline. >>increasing the waves out there and also we didn't notice slightly warmer temperatures today despite the north easterly winds so golden gate bridge out there right now very dry conditions not even seeing that marine layer influence in temperatures in the 50's but starting to cool down in the 40's for those of you in nevado and conquered with widespread 40's expected for our overnight lows. let's take a look at your microclimate forecast as you start your work week monday above average daytime highs are going to be about 5 to 15
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degrees above average downtown the mid 60's 62 degrees for o half moon bay, brisbane 69 degrees in millbrae also in the upper 60's at 68 degrees san mateo 40 was 70's at 69 degrees. but palo alto in the upper 50's a little bit cooler for you to compare to everyone else widespread 60's and 70's for the south bay, san jose 60 degrees santa clara, the warming up to 71 degrees as has fremont livermore in the mid 60's and hayward a degree warmer at 67 degrees, widespread mid to upper 60's for the east bay shoreline kland 66 degrees richmond, 69 and those of you in the north bay in the low to mid 70's, so above average temperatures for nap at 71 degrees and santa rosa 73 degrees for your monday afternoon highs and it's only going to get warmer from their tuesday will be the warmest day of the next 7 days in our full 10 at 10 outlook overall tracking a very dry forecast
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thursday night through friday, a slight chance of light scattered showers and then again saturday night into sunday and hopefully march miracle actually plays a role neck next month's weather but from now until then. >>enjoy the beautiful warm weather. what can i say it's very dry out early and a little bit early a love it, thank you so guys. well despite the high winds too low flying helicopters are expected to make their way over downtown san francisco tonight, it's all for a movie production will take a live look outside right now at downtown san francisco. the helicopters were scheduled to begin flying at 6 o'clock tonight until midnight and there are some street closures in effect in the financial district. we do kw that a production crew has been in the city this past week for the latest installment of the matrix franchise. the movie is mostly being felt that night arnd north beach and in the fight i the permits have it all going until mar with several street closures happening and also those late night heliopter ights.
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starr can read says we see right here. we saw was at the oscars, but maybe he's flying back taking a reeye. from la to because so he could. take part in helicopter flights we want to mania here. >>well happening tomorrow, there are some big changes coming to bart the agency will be adjusting train schedules to help improve service starting tomorrow some lines will see earlier trains and others will start a little bit later. >>most of the changes add up to just a few minutes here and there there are some significant changes, including more trains going into san francisco on sunds and there will also be a new fleet of trains on saturday you can find a breakdown of all the changes that are going on the park on our website kron 4 dot com. >>also starting tomorrow ambassadors ll be on bart trains to help keep riders safe the 10 ambassadors are part of a pilot program to address some of the safety concerns of riders. teams of 2
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ambassadors will ride trains from 12 street oakland station to san francisco's civic center station from 02:00pm to midnight. >>the biggest night in hollywood and there were a couple of firsts at the 92th have all the results coming up at the end of our show and up next, it's known around the world as music city. how a new museum promises to tell the hidden history when mike first became mayor,
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>>welcome back to kron 4 news at 10 nashville is known around the world as music city and soon a new museum will tell a part of that story that many visitors and even locals might not have heard erica francis takes us on a tour of the site of the national museum of african american music which promises to tell the hidden history of nashville. >>it's about time we're and whether your ready or not the broadway music scene is set to expand with new sites. a new sound to the perception nationally i think is that nashville is just country music and while we love country music i think it's very important to touch base on all of the other musical genres that african-americans have helped to influence ar smithers director of education and public programs says it's a story that needs tobe told this is just a monumental project and its history that we're doing through more than 1400 articts, 7 galleries at
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theater and live music national museum of african american music will educate and celebrate the influence african-americans have made on america's music we're talking about r b hip-hop soul, funk. >>jazz gospel and those are just a few of the john was that we will showcase and highlight the museum just to feel out more than 50 john runs and 7 john rows of music will start with our weight in the water gallery will have 7 galleries we start with our weight in the water which touches on gospel spiritual music and then go all the way day which wrap integrating history and interactive technology to bring these ishant of the past into the present one of those interact as will be a dj booth or sound booth and people will be able to actually battle each other and see who has the best lyrics but as down hard in the project manager knows all good things take time they had to get their contracts together and sometimes it takes longer and they had to clear out a lot of rock and so we are following their lead and he is thrilled to be leading the way on this first
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of its kind museum set to open late summer or early fall being that i'm a native of is extra important is exa special. the see come out of the ground like this the walls are taking shape on the 56,000 signifying an american soundtrack ready to be told none of them really tell the story like we're telling a story. and make sure to tune in on saturday february 22th at 9.30. >>for our hidden history special celebrating black history. it will be hosted by pam moore and will feture black art in the bay area and a showcase of black histo across the nation. >>you're on kron 4 news at 10 in tonight's flying tales our own ken wayne takes us to a central valley animal shelter that's flooded with cats and dogs how a bay area shelters trying to give them a helping hand. >>and ahead sports it was the final round of the 18 t pebble beach pro am tourname. well highlights tom: my mom always told me
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>>welcome back to kron 4 news at 10 and tonight's flying tales episode, ken wayne heads to the central valley. we're an animal shelter is struggling to keep up with the flood of unwanted dogs and cats t thanks to the help of the san francisco spca they're starting to turn things around.
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>>and now for the central valley, town of ice alien. joining me on the flight as kristen maloney of the san francisco spca. >>we're headi to that larry county animal services to pick up for dogs. >>the shelter managers here to pick us up the long with her great dane lexi >>40 dogs every single day 60 to kidding. and on sunday and that's not counting can back as many as a 1000 animals a year or dropped off a pug with a missing eye. >>so going on a >>take a little airplane right and you find a new home has a leg this one appears to be healthy and this one is wearing a dog cone and is also missing an eye. so we this is the beginning of the end for you it's a view to it can be
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dispiriting to work here and see this kind of sufferg every day you concentrate on the good times and concentrate on the times that we win. >>that's one of the things that really count. >>and san francisco spca also helped out when the tulare county shelters here with a severe case his temper last october, the shelter was not able to find the scent for all of them and they couldn't continue to hold them. >>like we could from we are able to do that because we have foster homes we have isolation facilities missile turn to larry does not just the ca is helping to larry and other special value animal care facilities for has access to vaccination and affordable ca and neuter services were really trying to reach out to
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shelters all across the city to help them be as successful as we have we're not controlling disease a healthy community. >>segun san francisco. we find our goes one of the 2 larry county dog struck with distemper. thanks to foster volunteers in the city is recovered and readyto be more incisively of oakland is meeting our goals to see if he's the one she'll take home for i think with the started coverage live in an effort on and go home and sleep on it make sure that this is what i'm ready for. term. >>in the end lauren said yes now argos has his forever home. >>that was ken wayne reporting for us tonight, the san francisco spca and the to larry county animal services are working to set up a low cost spay and neuter facility to help reduce the number of stray and abandoned animals that are fod in to larry county.
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>>down the coast. the final round of the atnt pro ana pebble beach went down today. the winner had not won on the pga tour since 2015. see the video nick taylor, he lefrom the first round on doors only a stroke up on phil mickelson going nto today's final round but after birding 4, 5, he shot from the bunker on the par sexes. >>in the hole for the eagle moving m to 21 under par and in control 10th only golfer kevin streelman second shot the car 5 from 100 yards out. >>streelman goes right at the pin and it's getting closer and closer to that and closer and lot. shot right there wow. he and partner former nfl all pro receiver larry fitzgerald one the pro and for the second time in years the first repeat champion that category since 1995 meanwhile, still on the temple phil mickelson going right at the flag from the fairway belves that inside a foot from the the 5
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time defending champion finish 14 under but it was not enough today, 15 paul taylor. shipping from just off the green. >>and he finds the bottom of the gr for the birdie to move to 18 under. >>en on 18 taylor, that's a far. 2 under par, on the day to finish at -19 4 strokes up on the field it'shis first tour win in a 146 starts. >>and obviously the biggest of his career congrats to happen next well how about some women's hoops the sixth-ranked stanford cardinal hosting the usc trojans stanford took control by the 1st quarter leading by 28 at the half lexi hall led the team with 14 points 5 of 8 from the field and 3 of 6 from downtown and anna wilson, younger sister of seahawks quarterback russell wilson. off e bench reported
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8.1 3 of 4 from downtown stand firm roles in this one 7959, your final. we'll head to utah to take on the u on friday and the cal goldebears hosting the 10 th-ranked ucl a bruins jailyn brown for the golden bears lead with 17 points to for 4 from 3, 8 rebounds how about this for the brewing mckayla on the phony where led her 21 points 3 rebounds one came back th one was back and forth throughout. and even went into overtime ultimatel ucl i came out on top they defeat the golden bear 7470. that is your final in overtime cow will head to colorado to take on the buffals been on friday and finally tonight at the oscars, a special tribute to kobe bryant director spike lee wore a purple and gold suit with number 24 on the back and look pals on the jacket to honor kobe bryant. they also wore purple glasses to honor the late lakers superstar. we want to work
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with colby on the documentary jacoby going doing work that is you percent of the best director award which went to bomb john nominee who she for the movie parasite which also himself won an academy award for his animated short film dear basketball in 2018. well that was a quite a tribute there. and that is sports. hollywood's biggest night is all wrapped up find out who got to take
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>>well the oscars have officially wrapped up and the south korean film parasite was the big winner of the night took home 4 awards and all best picture best director best original screenplay and best foreign film in 92 years th is the first time a movi not in english. one the best picture some of the other big winners of the night joaquin phoenix won best actor for his role in joker renee zellweger won best actress for playing judy garland and the film judy brad pitt won his first oscar acting. >>for. >>his supporting performance and once upon a time in hollywood and ordered took home best supporting actress for her role in marriage story, elton john also won the second oscar of his career for best original song in the movie rocket man.
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>>you can find a full list of all the winners on our website kron 4 dot com. we turn now to our unofficial movie critics here on the ground for news on the weekends where recent as you watch all the movies and you're into it, you know it your reaction please well, i'm so glad that parasite one because i don't know 1917 was great, but we've already seen those world war 2 movies told in a different story, so it's nice to see a foreign language film actually win best picture for the first time ever yeah, but i will say it's not my favorite korean film, i favor korean film was 2006 with the host. >>one of the characters from this moves in that as well i thought the host. >>you are you talking about 2006 no because that that should have one more words back in 2000 let's start i just want say last night as so back back to a 2020, but it no surprise we're like the main actors and actors even was issue and really with that, but you want to impress with
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the outfits. >>now our aid everyone that mean that everyone with great yeah there was no one showed daughter. no show stoppers but i did like that some of the actors and actresses where what they're calling up cycling wearing an outfit that they have already worn on a red carpet yeah either this award season or decades past instead of having something. >>made new again and puts a lot of pressure on the things like regular people like every time he does something have to wear something new. they were wearing something that was already with in their closet because a good message first sustainability in fashion i see where you're enough. >>i like the new outfits like the new outfits do see eye to see the argument being made but you know what they make a 50 million 40 1 million a year they can get a new outfit. >>they're not even buying it they usually given to it by a designer and so like a new outfit wasn't made for them, i think they can wear the same thing i
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>>alright ma talk about the host the same director did that movie and 2006 and this movie so both real solid near us and i like the 2,600 about how the weather looking for tomorrow yet very windy and again for the bay area we're going to remain under a wind advisory from now. >>through 7 o'clock in the morning, but for highest peaks we are going to notice that wind advisory extended all the way through tuesday morning of about 60 miles per hour ds less and warm temperatures in the 60's and 70's tomorrow do want the weather forecast for 2006 to thank you so much for watching tonight have a great evening tonight. growing up in la, bad air forced us indoors.
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