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here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)very warm to hot afternoon temperatures will continue inland through the weekend. most coastal areas will remain seasonably mild, except portions of coastal santa cruz county and
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the big sur coast where warm locally very warm conditions will again develop. a gradual cooling trend is forecast for the first half of next week. and that warm weather means
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many people will be headed to the beach today. the national weather service has issued a warning for bay area beaches today. dangerous sneaker waves and rip currents are very possible... mainly because of a hurricane off the coast of mexico. kron 4's sara stinson is live at ocean beach in san francisco... take reporter:marty - many people will be heading to the beach today to enjoy the hot weather - but all beach goers need to be more cautious than normal as they could see some dangerous conditions out there. the national weather services has put out a warning
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saying today bay area beaches will have an increased risk of rip currents, stronger currents, and larger breaking waves. as marty said waves. breaking larger currents, and stronger currents, of rip increased risk have an beaches will have an increased risk currents, currents, and breaking as marty said by hurricane primarily at south facing beaches like stinson beach and santa cruz, but every worse it's important never try to swim out of a you could yourself and parralel. conversation your kids out in the water today.
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thank you sara, we'll continue to check in with you in the next hour. ( marty ) new this morning ...firefighters are mopping up a structure fire in santa clara. it broke out last night at "the by-the-bucket" restaurant location on stevens creek boulevard. that restaurant has been closed for about a year. there are no reports of injuries, and the cause of the fire is still under investigation. ( marty )in the north bay... the yolo county wildfire is now 42 -percent contained.
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the fire has burned more than 88-thousand acres-thats three times the size of san francisco. and at last check, has destroyed 10- structures. kron-4's charles clifford .. reports from yolo county... where firefighters are worried about possible flare ups this hot weekend. well, here in yolo county on friday calm winds, lower temps and higher humidty has allowed crews to make progress on this fire, but with warmer weather in forecast they are working hard to keep it contained.through out the day friday, fire crews on the groundnatsand in the air continued to knock down flare up through out the burnzone.natsmost of the fire fighting is now happenin on the northern end of the burnzone.sotthey are making bucket drops with helicopters trying to cool down some of those hot spots that have established themselves in the canyons.while this fire is not nearly as active as it was earlier in the week there is still concern it could flare up again. sotthey haven't
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speculaated on when they will lift those. we like to see all that are be safe before we we start lifting evcautions or road closures. some evacuation orders and road closures remain in place and there's no timetable for when they will be lifted. with hot weather in forecast, cal fire is doing it's best to keep this fire contained.sotwhile we have this cooler weather the folks on the ground are trying to button up that northern end of the fire. so we won't see the fire spread any more. finally, cal fire has scheduled a town hall meeting in guinda for 4pm saturday.in yolo county, charles clifford kron 4 news. ( marty ) this is video from the klamathon wildfire sweeping through siskiyou county on the oregon california border. we know one person is dead - but further details have not been released. the fire has burned 96-hundred acres.... and it's spreading. several homes have been destroyed. it's just
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five-percent contained. ( marty ) incredible images from the central coast. and a frightning feeling of deja vu. a wildfire explodes overnight in santa barbara county ... burning several homes in the goleta hills. officials say the "holiday fire" is being spread by strong winds. neighborhoods near the fire are under mandatory evacuation orders. ( marty ) farther south in san diego county ... record breaking heat is making for a tough situation for firefighters. a brush fire broke out friday afternoon and spread quickly ... destroying homes in alpine.thats east of san diego.so far its burned about 400 acres ...and is just 5 percent contained.officials ordered evacuations of rural neighborhoods nearby. ( marty )coming up on kron 4 news weekend... a home invasion robbery suspect is met by a hail of gunfire. we'll have what police are saying about the quick action taken by the ( marty )plus.. bay area ice protestors continue to block a
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street in downtown san francisco. and they plan to stay until all immigrant children are reunited with their parents. ( marty )and... there's a major prescription drug recall you need to know about... doctors say it could potentially threaten your children.
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company wants patients to follow warnings about twelve recalled medications. novartis recalled certain pills in blister card packages -- including zofran. the company says there is nothing wrong with the medicine. the problem is with the packaging. it does not meet the u-s child resistance standards. one child swallowed medication from one of the packs. the same prescriptions in bottles are not affected by the recall. if you have medication from novartis in a blister card package, put it out of reach of children and call company's customer service number. (marty)insurance companies are slowly getting back on board with obamacare. according
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to the kaiser family foundation, more than a dozen insurers who thought about leaving the affordable care act exchanges, are coming back for 20-19. experts say insurers made enough money in the private sector last year to return to the public marketplace. analysts say that the inability in congress to repeal obamacare, makes the future of the plan seem a lile more stable. and with more companies competing in the market, it could mean better prices for consumers. ( dave )heating up again, this saturday. could see another run for 100 inselected inland spots. your summertime forecast is next ! just when you thought you were done painting...
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embarcadero this morning.
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toss to weather. (dave)very warm to hot afternoon temperatures will continue inland through the weekend. most coastal areas will remain seasonably mild, except portions of coastal santa cruz county and the big sur coast where warm locally very warm conditions will again develop. a gradual cooling trend is forecast for the first half of next week. ( marty )in the south ( marty )
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( marty ) ( marty ) ( marty ) in the south bay... news of
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some missing cats have pet owners on alert in one mountain view neighborhood. kron four's rob fladeboe reports the cats are thought to havefallen prey to coyotes. missing cat flyers like this one can be seen in and around mountain view's cooper park.
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at least four cats have gone missing in recent weeks, including this one. 14-year- old mario was attacked by a coyote here on fairbrook drive. wesley brandemuehl is mario's owner.wesley brandemuehl/cat killed by coyote "....it was about three in the morning and our next door neighbor came outside to find a coyote eating mario, they scared off the coyote but it was too late for poor mario..."it's not unusal for coyotes, like this one i encountered recently in san jose's east foothills, to venture into urban areas in search of food and prey. vector control confirms there has been a cluster of coyote sightings on and around fairbrook drive. small dogs may also be at risk. mario's neighborhood is now trying to keep their pets indoors at night.wesley brandemuehl
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"....people are trying to keep their cats inside but its a problem, i have one neighbor who has a cat that literally goes stir crazy if it's kept indoors for too long..." brandemuehl and his neighbors are convinced the coyotes are living along the nearby stevens creek wildlife corridor, whch is dry, suggesting the coyotes may also be looking for water. sadly, other than keeping pets and pet food inside at night, mario's owner knows there isn't much else that can be done.wesley brandemuehl "....it you read up on coyotes you find out they do stuff like this all the time but it's here, it's our pets and it's hard to stay detached from it all..."vector control says coyotes are not afraid of humans but attacks on humans are extremely rare in mountain view rob fladeboe kron 4 news ( marty ) on the peninsula ... palo alto police are searching for a suspect in an apartment burglary. police have released a new sketch of the suspect. the victim returned to her apartment on the 300 block of curtner avenue ... and found the suspect rummaging through her belongings last weekend. police say he pushed her into a wall and ran away with jewelry and money. the suspect is described as a white man, in his late teens to early twenties, he's
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approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing about 160 pounds ( marty )and we have an update on a double shooting in antioch. hosppital officials say the second victim has died. police responded to the shooting on delta fair boulevard thursday morning. they found two women had been shot. 28 year old milan ardoin ... died at the scene. 55-year old valinda scott later died at the hospital. police have not released any information on a suspect. ( marty ) a home invasion suspect was met with gunfire afer breaking into an east bay home. police are calling the homeowner's actions ... an act of self defense. kron4's dan kerman reports the intruder was shot and is in the hospital this morning. in the front window of this richmond home a bullet hole... another one in the door of the car parked out front. it's an indication of what went on here shortly after midnightsot sgt. lynette parker/richmond police 10-17a 47 year old man attempted to break into two homes, before successfully entering a home on alta mira
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by breaking a window.but once inside the home the suspect was confronted by one of the residents, who was armed. police say when the suspect refused to retreat, the resident shot him in the upper part of his body, critically injuring the suspectsot debbie attaway/neighbor 32-38i heard popping, i was asleep, but i rolled right back overdebbie attaway lives next door, she assumed the popping was fireworks because the neighborhood is quiet most of the time. she only awoke later to find it was in fact gunfire as her neighbor shot the intrudersoti'm glad he did because he kept everybody else safe because you don't know who he would have hit next police say the investigation is ongoing, but it appears the resident was acting in self defense.sotthe homeowner and the family member in the home had no other option to protect themselves from a suspect who wouldn't retreatstandup dan kerman/richmond 111-121the family didnt want to speak to the newsmedia, police say they are shaken up. as for the suspect police say he does
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have a criminal record, including home invasion. at police headquarters in richmond, dan kerman kron 4 news. ( marty ) coming up next ... bay area baseball highlights.the giants hosting the cardinals ... and the a's on the road in cleveland.gary radnich has it all next in weekend sports.
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when he has visited you in some form of adversity and he brings you through that, that's like he has increased the strength of the foundation of your life and your faith in him. [music] the giants trying to bounce back against the cardinals... after dropping four straight. the giants can't catch a break with injuries in the fourth... joe panik pulls his groin running to third base
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he would not return to the game... bruce bochy said after the game... panik could be heading to the disable list alen hanson moves to second... austin slater comes in to play left field. bottom seven... game tied at 2 giants with two on... andrew mccutchen brings in the go-ahead run hunter pence scores... giants take the lead 3-2 top nine... will smith comes in... smith strikes out jedd gyroko... retires the side gets his third save of the year giants hold off the cards to win, 3-2 tomorrow jeff samardzija is expected to come off the d-l and pitch his first game since may 29ththe a's love hitting home runs on the road dustin fowler in the leadoff spot... hits solo
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shot to right field to start the game 73rd road home run of the season... leads all baseball a's up 1-nothing top seven... runs bases loaded... neil ramirez strikes out khirs davis to get out of the jam a's leave 6 runners in scoring position against the indians bottom of the inning... indians with runners on the corners jonathan lucroy throws to second... francisco lindor steals home. tribe scores 4 runs in the seventh indians win 10-4... a's are 8 games over 500the warriors remain perfect in summer league with a 3-0 record golden state facing the clippers in las vegas. demarcus cousins is officially a warrior tonight he signed a one-year with golden state was sitting courtside with steve kerr first round pick jacob evans trying to make a good first impression hits a three in the second finishes with 7 points and 4 rebounds early in the third... jordan bell throws it down scores 6 points, 11 rebounds, and 5 assists warriors go on to win 77-71... golden state will face the rockets sunday live look outside... golden gate bridge.. (ácommercialá) ( marty ) here's a live
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look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)very warm to hot afternoon temperatures will continue inland through the weekend. most coastal areas will remain seasonably mild, except portions of coastal santa cruz county and the big sur coast where warm locally very warm conditions will again develop. a gradual cooling trend is
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forecast for the first half of next week.week. ( marty ) in national news... the trump
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administration says it will not be able to meet the deadlines set by a federal judge to reunite families separated at the border. but some lawmakers and protesters around the country are applying pressure to the trump administration to act now. here at home - a protest against the seperation of these families, is in its 6th day in san francisco. ( marty )happening now... demonstrators have blocked washington street at battery. protesters say they will
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not leave until all the children are reunited with their parents. kron 4's ella sogomonian details. a judge has asked the government to provide a list by saturday at 5pm of all the children under 5 it believes are in the class of children covered by the reunification order, and any reasons officials believe they may need more time for reunions in particular cases.attorney jesse lloyd with american immigration lawyers association explains the challenge.sot: jesse lloyd, immigration lawyer// "logistially they have to identify the children who have been separated from their families and apparently theyre having problems with that initial step and then they have to find their families and then again they have to verify the family relationships aer what they are being claimed."friday, demonstrators camped outside the immigration and customs enforcement headquarters for a fifth day in san francisco against separating immigrant parents and their kids...while calling for the dismantiling of ice.the same day vice president mike pence doubled-down on the zero- tolerance policy implemented by ice agents at the border. sot: mike pence: "while i stand before you today, at a time when some people are
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actually calling for the abolition of ice. in this white house, let me be clear: we are with you 100 percent. and as the president said last night, for a fifth day demonstrators have camped outside the immigration and customs enforcement headquarters in san francisco against splitting up immigrant parents and their kids...calling for the dismantiling of ice.the same day vice president mike pence doubled-down ( marty )a teenager is accused of robbing a bank in petaluma. police released this photo of the suspect. they say he walked into the umpqua bank on western ave with a note demanding cash. the teller gave him an undisclosed amount of money and he got away. police are still looking for the suspect described as blonde and clean shaven with a thin build. ( marty ) today is critical in the rescue operation to get the 12 boys and their soccer coach out of the flooded cave in thailand. heavy rain is forecast for tomorrow. officials say the rescue operation may happen soon. a professional thai navy seal has already died during the dangerous diving operations. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke with a local expert about what it's
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going to take to save the boys. 12 boys.. 11 to 16 years.. and their 25 year old soccer coach... trapped in this cave located in the northern thailand for the last two weeks.as oxygen levels drop.. the first order of business for rescue teams was to deliver extra oxygen by diving through water chambers in the cave..a mission that killed a navy seal friday morning.dr. walter mooney/usgsthe cave is very complicated and very uneven. so when the water came in, it created these flooded pools. but they're not the kind of pools you would go to in your nieghborhood. these are very intricate bent chambers. and the divers unfortunately got caught in one of the chambers. probably he couldn't find a way to the surface,.dr. walter mooney.. a seismologist and geophysicist with the usgs.. says.. the stituation is delicate but hopeful. part of what makes it hopeful is that the cave is located in a seismically stable area.dr. walter mooney/usgsthe location of this crisis is in northern thailand in a very stable area. there are no
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earthquakes. there is virtually no chance that the cave will collapse due to an earthquake like might happen in japan or some seismically active regiona few options have been discussed among rescue experts. leaving the bousleaving the boys in the cave until the water recedes so they can walk out the way they came in.. teaching them hot to scuba dive so they can make what's been described as a gnarly five hour journey or drill into the gave to pull them out. but experts agree... it is going to be a delicate and difficult task dr. walter mooney/usgsevery cave is different and they're very complicated. a simple diagram might make it look like a walk down a hallway but it's anything but that. this is a really very delicate crisis that we are facing.
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coming up after the break... a bizzare case in san bruno ... after a man discovers a duffle bag full of guns on his property. it's time for the 'lowest prices of the season'
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bruno called police, after discovering a duffle bag filled with guns and ammunition in his home. and, he says he has no idea how it got there. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with police about this puzzling case. (philippe) a neighbor says he saw investigators at this house thursday evening... searching the property on san marco avenue. san bruno
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police say were called by a man who lives here, reporting he found a duffle bag on the property that contained three hanguns, a rifle and six boxes of ammunition.... and, that he has no idea how the bag got here.ryan johansen/lieutenant- "it's out of the ordinary, especially to have a bag that contains multiple firearms and ammunition in this case and to have really no idea where it came from or who it belongs to." it's also unclear if the guns are illegal. lieutenant ryan johansen says they don't appear to have been modified.ryan johansen/lieute nant- "having these guns accessible where someone could have gotten ahold of them and maybe done damage with them would be bad or a child getting ahold of them would obviously be very bad. but in addition to that, its possible they've already been used in some sort of a crime, or that they're stolen from a residential burglary or otherwise. and, we'd like to find out what the case is here." police were able to remove the duffle bag without any issues. it did not contain any explosives.ryan johansen/lieutenant- "as to any ongoing threat to the public, the guns are with the police department now, so i would say no. however, there certainly is a back story to
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this that we're hoping to discover through our investigations bureau." and, seeing that its unclear if a crime was committed... no arrest have been made. in san bruno, philippe djegal, kron four news. coming up ... our health expert breaks down what you need to know about about the danger of eating red meat.
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afternoon temperatures will continue inland through the weekend. most coastal areas will remain seasonably mild, except portions of coastal santa cruz county and the big sur coast where warm locally very warm conditions will again develop. a gradual cooling trend is forecast for the first half of next week.
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bile is a fluid bile is a fluid made and released by the liver and stored in the gallbladder until it is needed. it assists with digestion by breaking down fats.bile acids stimulate the growth of bacteria, which convert the primary bile acids
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into secondary bile acids.bile acids, particularly secondary bile acids, have long been suspected as being cancer- causing.eating more fat means more fat and bile acids in the colon.high saturated fats in the dieta high intake of saturated fat is associated with high levels of bile, which is usually evident in colon cancer patients.high saturated fats + high levels of bile are factors that produce colorectal cancer tumors.bile circulates from colon to breast secondary bile acids can get absorbed into the bloodstream and travel throughout the body. this could also explain why a high saturated fat diet is also linked to breast cancer.why
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african americans get more colon cancer than native africansa study found that african americans ate more protein (94 gm/day vs 58 gm/day) and more fat (114 gm/day vs 38 gm/day), meat, saturated fat, and cholesterol than native africans. compared to african americans, native americans produced a fraction of the secondary bile acids.it has long been known that people who follow a plant-based diet have less bile in their stools, so their capacity to form carcinogens in the colon is low. they produce about 70% less of the secondary bile acids linked to cancer compared to meat-eaters. after just one week on a plant-based diet, the growth of toxic and carcinogenic bacteria was reduced by 50%. after one month, their
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presence in the gut was reduced by 50%.the toxic effects of bile acidsincreased bile acids increased production of free radicals. free radicals damage dna and the ability for cells to repair themselves.in a 12-day study, subjects ate a diet rich in fat (50%) and meat and poor in dietary fiber. after one week they were switched to a low fat, fiber-rich diet. hydroxyl radicalsá dropped 13- fold.áhydroxyl radicals are one of the most destructive free radicals, which may increase colon cancer risk. reduce colon cancer risk factors 7 eliminate red meat or limit to 3 oz. per week or less7 stop smoking7 reduce alcohol consumption7 maintain normal weight7 meat - e.g., fatty cuts of beef, pork, lamb 7 processed / deli meats - salami, sausages, chicken skin 7 lard - pig fat
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( marty ) a big movie starring small heroes is now in theaters this weekend.david daniel has our box office preview. "the only chance we've got... is both of you." (nat)"ant-man and the wasp, teamin' up!"paul
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rudd and evangeline lilly buzz into theaters as "ant-man and the wasp." the marvel sequel is getting strong reviews, and box office watchers estimate it'll debut with 70-to-80 million dollars or more -- well above the 20-15 original's debut of 57-million. "tonight, we'll see the good and evil in everyone.""this is your emergency broadcast system, announcing the commencement of the first purge.""the first purge" extends the popular dystopian horror franchise by going back to show how the tradition of "purge night" began. the prequel opened on wednesday, trying to grab fourth of july movie-goers, and is looking at 25-million dollars or more from wednesday through sunday. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( marty ) the oakland zoo's highly anticipated california trail is finally set to open. you are looknig at drone video of the new trail .... from quadcopter four. the landmark exhibition will open july 12th. the 72-million dollar project will explore the state's native flowers and
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animals... and the impact humans have on the natural world. the 56-acre california trail will double the size of the facilities. making the oakland zoo the largest in the bay area. ( dave )heating up again, this saturday. could see another run for 100 in selected inland spots. your summertime forecast is next ! you could save energy by living off the grid. completely. you could generate your own energy, at home. maybe you could save energy by weaving your own shoes... out of flax.
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>> dr. stanley: remember this: cannot change the laws of god. when he has visited you in some form of adversity and he brings you through that, that's like he has increased the strength of the foundation of your life and your faith in him. [music] here is a live look at the embarcadero. ( marty ) here is dave
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spahr with the weather. (dave)very warm to hot afternoon temperatures will continue inland through the weekend. most coastal areas will remain seasonably mild, except portions of coastal santa cruz county and the big sur coast where warm locally very warm conditions will again develop. a gradual cooling trend is forecast for the first half of next week. ( marty ) ( marty ) ( marty ) a big story this
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morning ... pleasanton police need your help finding a man who exposed himself. this picture was captured from a homeowner's security camera thursday night. you can see that he is completely nude. police say he was performing lewd acts ... and that he could be connected to similar crimes in the area. the man has a tattoo on his upper right arm.if you recognize him ... you are asked to call police. kron 4's sara stinson is heading to the east bay now... to get more details
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on this ( marty ) new this morning ...firefighters are mopping up a structure fire in santa clara. it broke out last night at "the by-the-bucket" restaurant location on stevens creek boulevard. that restaurant has been closed for about a year. there are no reports of injuries, and the cause of the fire is still under investigation. ( marty )a warning for beach-goers... watch out for big waves and rip currents. an advisory is in effect until saturday afternoon. ásouth-facing beaches... like stinson beach or beaches in santa cruz... will be affected the most according to the national weather service.
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to the water and should always keep an eye on pets. the largest waves can reach up to 7 feet. ( marty )in the north bay... the yolo county wildfire is now 48 -percent contained this morning. the fire has burned more than 88-thousand acres-thats three times the size of san francisco. and at last check, has destroyed 10- structures. kron-4's charles clifford .. reports from yolo county... where firefighters are worried about possible flare ups this well, here in yolo county on friday calm winds, lower temps and higher humidty has allowed crews to make progress on this fire, but with warmer weather in forecast they are working hard to keep it contained.through out the day friday, fire crews on the groundnatsand in the air continued to knock down flare up through out the burnzone.natsmost of the fire fighting is now happenin on the northern end of the burnzone.sotthey are making bucket drops with helicopters trying to cool down some of those hot spots that have established themselves in the canyons.while this fire is not nearly as active as it was earlier in the week there is
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still concern it could flare up again. sotthey haven't speculaated on when they will lift those. we like to see all that are be safe before we we start lifting evcautions or road closures. some evacuation orders and road closures remain in place and there's no timetable for when they will be lifted. with hot weather in forecast, cal fire is doing it's best to keep this fire contained.sotwhile we have this cooler weather the folks on the ground are trying to button up that northern end of the fire. so we won't see the fire spread any more. finally, cal fire has scheduled a town hall meeting in guinda for 4pm saturday.in yolo county, charles clifford kron 4 news. ( marty )this is video from the klamathon wildfire sweeping through siskiyou county on the oregon california border. we know one person is dead - but
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further details have not been released. the fire has burned 96-hundred acres.... and it's spreading. several homes have been destroyed. it's just five-percent contained. ( marty ) the klamathon fire has forced the evacuation of the entire community of hornbrook. that's about 250 people. ( marty ) incredible images from the central coast. and a frightning feeling of deja vu. a wildfire explodes overnight in santa barbara county ... burning several homes in the goleta hills. officials say the "holiday fire" is being spread by strong winds. neighborhoods near the fire are under mandatory evacuation orders. ( marty ) farther south in san diego county ... record breaking heat is making for a tough situation for firefighters. a brush fire broke out friday afternoon and
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spread quickly ... destroying homes in alpine.thats east of san diego.so far its burned about 400 acres ...and is just 5 percent contained.officials ordered evacuations of rural neighborhoods nearby. ( marty )sonoma county is considering installing "wildfire surveillance cameras" in rural areas. the hope is for the new technology to detect the start of any new fires. in san rafael -- this fire last month was picked up by one of marin county's fire cameras. crews were alerted quickly... and were able to zero in on where to go first to battle the blaze. there are a total of six cameras, all sitting in strategic locations around the county. ( marty )officials will be voting on the proposed system next month. it will cost a half a million dollars. if approved, it could be in
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place in the fall... close to the one year anniversary of the deadly october wildfires. ( marty )coming up on kron 4 news weekend... a home invasion robbery suspect is met by a hail of gunfire. we'll have what police are saying about the quick action taken by the homeowner. ( marty )plus.. bay area ice protestors continue to block a street in downtown san francisco. and they plan to stay until all immigrant children are reunited with their parents. ( marty )and... there's a major prescription drug recall you need to know about... doctors say it could potentially threaten your children. it's time for the 'lowest prices of the season'
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if you're a banana. i find it very...appealing. new kellogg's raisin bran with bananas. two scoops meet real banana slices. i've done a great job of raisin ya. morning... a pharmaceutical
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company wants patients to follow warnings about twelve recalled medications. novartis recalled certain pills in blister card packages -- including zofran. the company says there is nothing wrong with the medicine. the
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problem is with the packaging. it does not meet the u-s child resistance standards. one child swallowed medication from one of the packs. the same prescriptions in bottles are not affected by the recall. if you have medication from novartis in a blister card package, put it out of reach of children and call company's customer service number. (marty)insurance companies are slowly getting back on board with obamacare. according to the kaiser family foundation, more than a dozen insurers who thought about leaving the affordable care act exchanges, are coming back for 20-19. experts say insurers made enough money in the private sector last year to return to the public marketplace. analysts say that the inability in congress to repeal obamacare, makes the future of the plan seem a little more stable. and with more companies competing in the market, it could mean better prices for ( dave )heating up again, this saturday. could see another run for 100 in selected inland spots. your summertime
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(dave)very warm to hot afternoon temperatures will continue inland through the weekend. most coastal areas will remain seasonably mild, except portions of coastal santa cruz county and the big sur coast where warm locally very warm conditions will again develop. a gradual cooling trend is forecast for the first half
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of next week. ( marty ) in the south bay... news of
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some missing cats have pet owners on alert in one mountain view neighborhood. kron four's rob fladeboe reports the cats are thought to havefallen prey to coyotes. missing cat flyers like this one can be seen in and around mountain view's cooper park. at least four cats have gone missing in recent weeks, including this one. 14-year- old mario was attacked by a coyote here on fairbrook drive. wesley brandemuehl is mario's owner.wesley brandemuehl/cat killed by coyote "....it was about three in the morning and our next door neighbor came outside to find a coyote eating mario, they scared off the coyote but it was too late for poor mario..."it's not unusal for coyotes, like this one i encountered recently in san jose's east foothills, to venture into urban areas in search of food and prey.
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vector control confirms there has been a cluster of coyote sightings on and around fairbrook drive. small dogs may also be at risk. mario's neighborhood is now trying to keep their pets indoors at night.wesley brandemuehl "....people are trying to keep their cats inside but its a problem, i have one neighbor who has a cat that literally goes stir crazy if it's kept indoors for too long..." brandemuehl and his neighbors are convinced the coyotes are living along the nearby stevens creek wildlife corridor, whch is dry, suggesting the coyotes may also be looking for water. sadly, other than keeping pets and pet food inside at night, mario's owner knows there isn't much else that can be done.wesley brandemuehl "....it you read up on coyotes you find out they do stuff like this all the time but it's here, it's our pets and it's hard to stay detached from it all..."vector control says coyotes are not afraid of humans but attacks on humans are extremely rare in mountain view rob fladeboe kron 4 news ( marty ) on the peninsula
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... palo alto police are searching for a suspect in an apartment burglary. police have released a new sketch of the suspect. the victim returned to her apartment on the 300 block of curtner avenue ... and found the suspect rummaging through her belongings last weekend. police say he pushed her into a wall and ran away with jewelry and money. the suspect is described as a white man, in his late teens to early twenties, he's approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing about 160 pounds ( marty ) a home invasion suspect was met with gunfire afer breaking into an east bay home. police are calling the homeowner's actions ... an act of self defense. kron4's dan kerman reports the intruder was shot and is in the hospital this morning. in the front window of this richmond home a bullet hole... another one in the door of the car parked out front. it's an indication of what went on here shortly after midnightsot sgt. lynette parker/richmond police 10-17a 47 year old man
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attempted to break into two homes, before successfully entering a home on alta mira by breaking a window.but once inside the home the suspect was confronted by one of the residents, who was armed. police say when the suspect refused to retreat, the resident shot him in the upper part of his body, critically injuring the suspectsot debbie attaway/neighbor 32-38i heard popping, i was asleep, but i rolled right back overdebbie attaway lives next door, she assumed the popping was fireworks because the neighborhood is quiet most of the time. she only awoke later to find it was in fact gunfire as her neighbor shot the intrudersoti'm glad he did because he kept everybody else safe because you don't know who he would have hit next police say the investigation is ongoing, but it appears the resident was acting in self defense.sotthe homeowner and the family member in the home had no other option to protect themselves from a suspect who wouldn't retreatstandup dan kerman/richmond 111-121the family didnt want to speak to the newsmedia, police say they
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are shaken up. as for the suspect police say he does have a criminal record, including home invasion. at police headquarters in richmond, dan kerman kron 4 news. ( marty ) coming up next ... bay area baseball highlights.the giants hosting the cardinals ... and the a's on the road in cleveland.gary radnich has it all next in weekend sports.
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could be heading to the disable list alen hanson moves to second... austin slater comes in to play left field. bottom seven... game tied at 2 giants with two on... andrew mccutchen brings in the go-ahead run hunter pence scores... giants take the lead 3-2 top nine... will smith comes in... smith strikes out jedd gyroko... retires the side gets his third save of the year giants hold off the cards to win, 3-2 tomorrow jeff samardzija is expected to come off the d-l and pitch his first game since may 29ththe a's love hitting home runs on the road dustin fowler in the leadoff spot... hits solo shot to right field to start the game 73rd road home run of the season... leads all baseball a's up 1-nothing top seven... a's down by 2 runs bases loaded... neil ramirez strikes out khirs davis to get out of the jam a's leave 6 runners in scoring position against the indians bottom of the inning... indians with runners on the corners jonathan lucroy throws to second... francisco lindor steals home.
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tribe scores 4 runs in the seventh indians win 10-4... a's are 8 games over 500the warriors remain perfect in summer league with a 3-0 record golden state facing the clippers in las vegas. demarcus cousins is officially a warrior tonight he signed a one-year with golden state was sitting courtside with steve kerr first round pick jacob evans trying to make a good first impression hits a three in the second finishes with 7 points and 4 rebounds early in the third... jordan bell throws it down scores 6 points, 11 rebounds, and 5 assists warriors go on to win 77-71... golden state will face the rockets sunday live look outside... golden gate bridge..
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bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)very warm to hot afternoon temperatures will continue inland through the weekend. most coastal areas will remain seasonably mild, except portions of coastal santa cruz county and the big sur coast where warm locally very warm conditions will again develop. a
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gradual cooling trend is forecast for the first half of next week. ( marty )( marty )
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( marty ) today is critical in the rescue operation to get the 12 boys and their soccer coach out of the flooded cave in thailand. heavy rain is forecast for tomorrow. officials say the rescue operation may happen soon. a professional thai navy seal has already died during the dangerous diving operations. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke with a local expert about what it's going to take to save the boys. 12 boys.. 11 to 16 years.. and their 25 year old soccer coach... trapped in this cave located in the northern thaind for the last two weeks.as oxygen levels drop.. the first order of business for rescue teams was to deliver extra oxygen by diving through water chambers in the cave..a mission that killed a navy seal friday morning.dr. walter mooney/usgsthe cave is very complicated and very
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uneven. so when the water came in, it created these flooded pools. but they're not the kind of pools you would go to in your nieghborhood. these are very intricate bent chambers. and the divers unfortunately got caught in one of the chambers. probably he couldn't find a way to the surface,.dr. walter mooney.. a seismologist and geophysicist with the usgs.. says.. the stituation is delicate but hopeful. part of what makes it hopeful is that the cave is located in a seismically stable area.dr. walter mooney/usgsthe location of this crisis is in northern thailand in a very stable area. there are no earthquakes. there is virtually no chance that the cave will collapse due to an earthquake like might happen in japan or some seismically active regiona few options have been discussed among rescue experts. leaving the bousleaving the boys in the cave until the water recedes so they can walk out the way they came in.. teaching them hot to scuba dive so they can make what's been described as a gnarly five hour journey or drill into the gave to pull
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them out. but experts agree... it is going to be a delicate and difficult task dr. walter mooney/usgsevery cave is different and they're very complicated. a simple diagram might make it look like a walk down a hallway but it's anything but that. this is a really very delicate crisis that we are facing. ( marty )in national ( marty ) ( marty )in national news... the trump administration says it will not be able to meet the deadlines set by a federal judge to reunite families separated at the border. but some lawmakers and protesters around the country are applying pressure
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to the trump administration to act now. here at home - a protest against the seperation of these families, is in its 6th day in san francisco. ( marty )happening now... demonstrators have blocked washington street at battery. protesters say they will not leave until all the children are reunited with their parents. kron 4's ella sogomonian has the details. a judge has asked the government to provide a list by saturday at 5pm of all the children under 5 it believes are in the class of children covered by the reunification order, and any reasons officials believe they may need more time for reunions in particular cases.attorney jesse lloyd with american immigration lawyers association explains the challenge.sot: jesse lloyd, immigration lawyer// "logistially they have to identify the children who have been separated from their families and apparently theyre having problems with that initial step and then they have to find their families and then again they have to verify the family relationships aer what they are being claimed."friday, demonstrators camped outside the immigration and customs enforcement headquarters for a fifth day in san francisco
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against separating immigrant parents and their kids...while calling for the dismantiling of ice.the same day vice president mike pence doubled-down on the zero- tolerance policy implemented by ice agents at the border. sot: mike pence: "while i stand before you today, at a time when some people are actually calling for the abolition of ice. in this white house, let me be clear: we are with you 100 percent. and as the president said last night, for a fifth day demonstrators have camped outside the immigration and customs enforcement headquarters in san francisco against immigrant parents and their kids...calling for the dismantiling of ice.the same day vice president doubled-down on the zero- tolerance policy implemented by ice agents. ( marty )a teenager is accused of robbing a bank in petaluma. police released this photo of the suspect. they say he walked into the umpqua bank on western ave with a note demanding cash. the teller gave him an undisclosed amount of money and he got away. police are still looking for the suspect described as blonde and clean shaven with a thin build. live look outside... san mateo bridge.your kron 4
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weekend news continues.
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a big story we're following this morning from the east bay. pleasanton and fremont police are searching for a man who was caught on security camera exposing himself. kron 4's sara stinson is live now in fremont with the latest. sara?
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thank you sara, we'll thank you thank you sara, we'll continue
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to check in with you in the next hour. coming up ... our health expert breaks down what you need to know about about the danger of eating red meat. eggo thick and fluffy waffles
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the big sur coast where warm locally very warm conditions will again develop. a gradual cooling trend is forecast for the first half of next week. bile is a fluid bile is a fluid made and
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released by the liver and stored in the gallbladder until it is needed. it assists with digestion by breaking down fats.bile acids stimulate the growth of bacteria, which convert the primary bile acids into secondary bile acids.bile acids, particularly secondary bile acids, have long been suspected as being cancer- causing.eating more fat means
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more fat and bile acids in the colon.high saturated fats in the dieta high intake of saturated fat is associated with high levels of bile, which is usually evident in colon cancer patients.high saturated fats + high levels of bile are factors that produce colorectal cancer tumors.bile circulates from colon to breast secondary bile acids can get absorbed into the bloodstream and travel throughout the body. this could also explain why a high saturated fat diet is also linked to breast cancer.why african americans get more colon cancer than native africansa study found that african americans ate more protein (94 gm/day vs 58 gm/day) and more fat (114 gm/day vs 38 gm/day), meat, saturated fat, and cholesterol
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than native africans. compared to african americans, native americans produced a fraction of the secondary bile acids.it has long been known that people who follow a plant-based diet have less bile in their stools, so their capacity to form carcinogens in the colon is low. they produce about 70% less of the secondary bile acids linked to cancer compared to meat-eaters. after just one week on a plant-based diet, the growth of toxic and carcinogenic bacteria was reduced by 50%. after one month, their presence in the gut was reduced by 50%.the toxic effects of bile acidsincreased bile acids increased production of free radicals.
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free radicals damage dna and the ability for cells to repair themselves.in a 12-day study, subjects ate a diet rich in fat (50%) and meat and poor in dietary fiber. after one week they were switched to a low fat, fiber-rich diet. hydroxyl radicalsá dropped 13- fold.áhydroxyl radicals are one of the most destructive free radicals, which may increase colon cancer risk. reduce colon cancer risk factors 7 eliminate red meat or limit to 3 oz. per week or less7 stop smoking7 reduce alcohol consumption7 maintain normal weight7 meat - e.g., fatty cuts of beef, pork, lamb 7 processed / deli meats - salami, sausages, chicken skin 7 lard - pig fat
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small heroes is now in theaters this weekend.david daniel has our box office preview. "the only chance we've got... is both of you." (nat)"ant-man and the wasp, teamin' up!"paul rudd and evangeline lilly buzz into theaters as "ant-man and the wasp." the marvel sequel is getting strong reviews, and box office watchers estimate it'll debut with 70-to-80 million dollars or more -- well above the 20-15 original's debut of 57-million. "tonight, we'll see the good and evil in everyone.""this is your emergency broadcast system, announcing the commencement of the first purge.""the first purge" extends the popular dystopian horror franchise by going back to show how the tradition of "purge night" began. the prequel opened on wednesday, trying to grab fourth of july movie-goers, and is looking at 25-million dollars or more from wednesday through sunday.
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in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( dave )heating up again, this saturday. could see another run for 100 in selected inland spots. your summertime forecast is next ! jardiance asked: when it comes to managing your type 2 diabetes, what matters to you? you got a1c, heart, diet, and exercise. slide 'em up or slide 'em down. so let's see. for most of you, it's lower a1c. but only a few of you
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are thinking about your heart. fact is, even though it helps to manage a1c, type 2 diabetes still increases your risk of a fatal heart attack or stroke. jardiance is the only type 2 diabetes pill with a lifesaving cardiovascular benefit for adults who have type 2 diabetes and heart disease, significantly reducing the risk of dying from a cardiovascular event and lowering a1c, along with diet and exercise. this really changes things. jardiance can cause serious side effects including dehydration. this may cause you to feel dizzy, faint, or lightheaded, or weak upon standing. ketoacidosis is a serious side effect that may be fatal. symptoms include nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, tiredness, and trouble breathing. stop taking jardiance and call your doctor right away if you have symptoms of ketoacidosis or an allergic reaction. symptoms of an allergic reaction include rash, swelling, and difficulty breathing or swallowing. do not take jardiance if you are on dialysis or have severe kidney problems. other side effects are sudden kidney problems, genital yeast infections, increased bad cholesterol, and urinary tract infections, which may be serious.
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taking jardiance with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you have any medical conditions. man: ask your doctor about jardiance and get to the heart of what matters. man: ask your doctor about jardiance wow, that's an pretty great, huh?low. if you're a banana. i find it very...appealing. new kellogg's raisin bran with bananas. two scoops meet real banana slices. i've done a great job of raisin ya. here is a live look at sutro camera. ( marty ) here is dave spahr with the weather. (dave)very warm to hot
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afternoon temperatures will continue inland through the weekend. most coastal areas will remain seasonably mild, except portions of coastal santa cruz county and the big sur coast where warm locally very warm conditions will again develop. a gradual cooling trend is forecast for the first half of next week.
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our top story this morning comes from the east bay. pleasanton and fremont police are searching for a man who was caught on security camera exposing himself. kron 4's sara stinson is live now in fremont with the latest. sara? a big story this morning ... pleasanton police need your help finding a man who exposed himself. this picture was captured from a homeowner's security camera thursday night. you can see that he is completely nude. police say he was performing lewd acts ... and that he could be connected to similar crimes in the area. the man has a tattoo on his upper
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right arm.if you recognize him ... you are asked to call police. kron 4's sara stinson is heading to the east bay now... to get more details on this story. thank you sara, we'll continue to check in with you in the next hour. ( marty ) new this ( marty ) hour.you in the next check in with continue to sara, we'll thank you thank you sara, we'll continue
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to check in with you in the next hour. ( marty ) new this morning ...firefighters are mopping up a structure fire in santa clara. it broke out last night at "the by-the-bucket" restaurant location on stevens creek boulevard. that restaurant has been closed for about a year. there are no reports of injuries, and the cause of the fire is still under investigation. ( marty )a warning for beach-goers... watch out for big waves and rip currents. an advisory is in effect until saturday afternoon. ásouth-facing beaches... like stinson beach or beaches in santa cruz... will be affected the most according to the national weather service.
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forecast they are working hard to keep it contained.through out the day friday, fire crews on the groundnatsand in the air continued to knock down flare up through out the burnzone.natsmost of the fire fighting is now happenin on the northern end of the burnzone.sotthey are making bucket drops with helicopters trying to cool down some of those hot spots that have established themselves in the canyons.while this fire is not nearly as active as it was earlier in the week there is still concern it could flare up again. sotthey haven't speculaated on when they will lift those. we like to see all that are be safe before we we start lifting evcautions or road closures. some evacuation orders and road closures remain in place and there's no timetable for when they will be lifted. with hot weather in forecast, cal fire is doing it's best to keep this fire contained.sotwhile we have this cooler weather the folks on the ground are trying to button up that northern end of the fire. so we won't see the fire spread any more.
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finally, cal fire has scheduled a town hall meeting in guinda for 4pm saturday.in yolo county, charles clifford kron 4 news. ( marty ) incredible images from the central coast. and a frightning feeling of deja vu. a wildfire explodes overnight in santa barbara county ... burning several homes in the goleta hills. officials say the "holiday fire" is being spread by strong winds. neighborhoods near the fire are under mandatory evacuation orders. ( marty ) farther south in san diego county ... record breaking heat is making for a tough situation for firefighters. a brush fire broke out friday afternoon and spread quickly ... destroying homes in alpine.thats east of san diego.so far its burned about 400 acres ...and is just 5 percent contained.officials ordered evacuations of rural neighborhoods nearby. ( marty )coming up on kron 4
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news weekend... a home invasion robbery suspect is met by a hail of gunfire. we'll have what police are saying about the quick action taken by the homeowner. ( marty )plus.. bay area ice protestors continue to block a street in downtown san francisco. and they plan to stay until all immigrant children are reunited with their parents. ( marty )and... there's a major prescription drug recall you need to know about... doctors say it could potentially threaten your children. ♪
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morning... a pharmaceutical company wants patients to follow warnings about twelve recalled medications. novartis recalled certain pills in blister card packages -- including zofran. the company says there is nothing wrong with the medicine. the problem is with the packaging. it does not meet the u-s child resistance standards. one child swallowed medication from one of the packs. the same prescriptions in bottles are
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not affected by the recall. if you have medication from novartis in a blister card package, put it out of reach of children and call company's customer service number. (marty)insurance companies are slowly getting back on board with obamacare. according to the kaiser family foundation, more than a dozen insurers who thought about leaving the affordable care act exchanges, are coming back for 20-19. experts say insurers made enough money in the private sector last year to return to the public marketplace. analysts say that the inability in congress to repeal obamacare, makes the future of the plan seem a little more stable. and with more companies competing in the market, it could mean better prices for consumers. ( dave )heating up again, this saturday. could see another run for 100 in selected inland spots. your summertime forecast is next !
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( marty ) here's a live look at the embarcadero this morning. toss to weather. (dave) very warm to hot afternoon temperatures will continue inland through the weekend. most coastal areas will remain seasonably mild, except portions of coastal santa cruz county and the big sur coast
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where warm locally very warm conditions will again develop. a gradual cooling trend is forecast for the first half of next week. ( marty ) ( marty ) in the south bay... news of
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some missing cats have pet owners on alert in one mountain view neighborhood. kron four's rob fladeboe reports the cats are thought to havefallen prey to coyotes. missing cat flyers like this one can be seen in and around mountain view's cooper park. at least four cats have gone missing in recent weeks, including this one. 14-year- old mario was attacked by a
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coyote here on fairbrook drive. wesley brandemuehl is mario's owner.wesley brandemuehl/cat killed by coyote "....it was about three in the morning and our next door neighbor came outside to find a coyote eating mario, they scared off the coyote but it was too late for poor mario..."it's not unusal for coyotes, like this one i encountered recently in san jose's east foothills, to venture into urban areas in search of food and prey. vector control confirms there has been a cluster of coyote sightings on and around fairbrook drive. small dogs may also be at risk. mario's neighborhood is now trying to keep their pets indoors at night.wesley brandemuehl "....people are trying to keep their cats inside but its a problem, i have one neighbor who has a cat that literally goes stir crazy if it's kept indoors for too long..." brandemuehl and his neighbors are convinced the coyotes are living along the nearby stevens creek wildlife corridor, whch is dry, suggesting the coyotes may also be looking for water. sadly, other than keeping pets and pet food inside at night,
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mario's owner knows there isn't much else that can be done.wesley brandemuehl "....it you read up on coyotes you find out they do stuff like this all the time but it's here, it's our pets and it's hard to stay detached from it all..."vector control says coyotes are not afraid of humans but attacks on humans are extremely rare in mountain view rob fladeboe kron 4 news ( marty ) ( marty ) on the peninsula ... palo alto police are searching for a suspect in an apartment burglary. police have released a new sketch of the suspect. the victim returned to her apartment on the 300 block of curtner avenue ... and found the suspect rummaging through her belongings last weekend. police say he pushed her into a wall and ran away with jewelry and money. the suspect is described as a white man, in his late teens to early twenties, he's approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing about 160 pounds ( marty ) san francisco police have arrested a suspect in a series of armed
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robberies. police say 64- year-old llyod banks is responsible for at least 13- robberies ... most of those at businesses on market street. officials say, 11 liquor stores and resturants were robbed by the suspect.he is now facing at least 37 different felony charges. ( marty )and we have an update on a double shooting in antioch. hosppital officials say the second victim has died. police responded to the shooting on delta fair boulevard thursday morning. they found two women had been shot. 28 year old milan ardoin ... died at the scene. 55-year old valinda scott later died at the hospital. police have not released any information on a suspect. ( marty ) a home invasion suspect was met with gunfire afer breaking into an east bay home. police are calling the homeowner's actions ... an act of self defense. kron4's dan kerman reports the intruder was shot and is in the hospital this morning. in the front window of this richmond home a bull hole... another one in the door of the
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car parked out front. it's an indication of what went on here shortly after midnightsot sgt. lynette parker/richmond police 10-17a 47 year old man attempted to break into two homes, before successfully entering a home on alta mira by breaking a window.but once inside the home the suspect was confronted by one of the residents, who was armed. police say when the suspect refused to retreat, the resident shot him in the upper part of his body, critically injuring the suspectsot debbie attaway/neighbor 32-38i heard popping, i was asleep, but i rolled right back overdebbie attaway lives next door, she assumed the popping was fireworks because the neighborhood is quiet most of the time. she only awoke later to find it was in fact gunfire as her neighbor shot the intrudersoti'm glad he did because he kept everybody else safe because you don't know who he would have hit next police say the investigation is ongoing, but it appears the resident was acting in self defense.sotthe homeowner and the family member in the home
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had no other option to protect themselves from a suspect who wouldn't retreatstandup dan kerman/richmond 111-121the family didnt want to speak to the newsmedia, police say they are shaken up. as for the suspect police say he does have a criminal record, including home invasion. at police headquarters in richmond, dan kerman kron 4 news. ( marty ) coming up next ... bay area baseball highlights.the giants hosting the cardinals ... and the a's on the road in cleveland.gary radnich has it all next in weekend sports. (ácommercialá) maybe you could save energy by
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weaving your own shoes... out of flax. or simply adjust your thermostat. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. the giants trying to bounce
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back against the cardinals... after dropping four straight. the giants can't catch a
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break with injuries in the fourth... joe panik pulls his groin running to third base he would not return to the game... bruce bochy said after the game... panik could be heading to the disable list alen hanson moves to second... austin slater comes in to play left field. bottom seven... game tied at 2 giants with two on... andrew brings in the go-ahead run hunter pence scores... giants take the lead 3-2 top nine... will smith comes in... smith strikes out jedd gyroko... retires the side gets his third save of the year giants hold off the cards to win, 3-2 tomorrow jeff samardzija is expected to come off the d-l and pitch his first game since may 29ththe a's love hitting home runs on the road dustin fowler in the leadoff spot... hits solo shot to right field to start the game 73rd road home run of the season... leads all baseball a's up 1-nothing top seven... a's down by 2 runs bases loaded... neil ramirez strikes out khirs davis to get out of the jam a's leave 6 runners in
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scoring position against the indians bottom of the inning... indians with runners on the corners jonathan lucroy throws to second... francisco lindor steals home. tribe scores 4 runs in the seventh indians win 10-4... a's are 8 games over 500the warriors remain perfect in summer league with a 3-0 record golden state facing the clippers in las vegas. demarcus cousins is officially a warrior tonight he signed a one-year with golden state was sitting courtside with steve kerr first round pick jacob evans trying to make a good first impression hits a three in the second finishes with 7 points and 4 rebounds early in the third... jordan bell throws it down scores 6 points, 11 rebounds, and 5 assists warriors go on to win 77-71... golden state will face the rockets sunday live look live look outside...
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golden gate bridge..
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rty ) here's a live look at the bay bridge. ( marty ) dave spahr has your forecast... (dave)very warm to hot
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afternoon temperatures will continue inland through the weekend. most coastal areas will remain seasonably mild, except portions of coastal santa cruz county and the big sur coast where warm locally very warm conditions will again develop. a gradual cooling trend is forecast for the first half of next week. ( marty )
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( marty )in national news... the trump administration says it will not be able to meet the deadlines set by a federal judge to reunite families separated at the border. but some lawmakers and protesters around the country are applying pressure to the trump administration to act now. here at home - a protest against the seperation of these families, is in its 6th day in san francisco. ( marty )happening now... demonstrators have blocked washington street at battery. protesters say they will not leave until all the children are reunited with their parents. kron 4's ella sogomonian has the details. a judge has asked the government to provide a list by saturday at 5pm of all the children under 5 it believes are in the class of children covered by the reunification order, and any reasons officials believe they may need more time for reunions in particular cases.attorney jesse lloyd with american immigration lawyers
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association explains the challenge.sot: jesse lloyd, immigration lawyer// "logistially they have to identify the children who have been separated from their families and apparently theyre having problems with that initial step and then they have to find their families and then again they have to verify the family relationships aer what they are being claimed."friday, demonstrators camped outside the immigration and customs enforcement headquarters for a fifth day in san francisco against separating immigrant parents and their kids...while calling for the dismantiling of ice.the same day vice president mike pence doubled-down on the zero- tolerance policy implemented by ice agents at the border. sot: mike pence: "while i stand before you today, at a time when some people are actually calling for the abolition of ice. in this white house, let me be clear: we are with you 100 percent. and as the president said last night, for a fifth day demonstrators have camped outside the immigration and customs enforcement headquarters in san against splitting up immigrant ( marty )a teenager is accused of robbing a bank in petaluma. police released this photo of the suspect. they say he walked into the umpqua bank
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on western ave with a note demanding cash. the teller gave him an undisclosed amount of money and he got away. police are still looking for the suspect described as blonde and clean shaven with a thin build. ( marty ) today is critical in the rescue operation to get the 12 boys and their soccer coach out of the flooded cave in thailand. heavy rain is forecast for tomorrow. officials say the rescue operation may happen soon. a professional thai navy seal has already died during the dangerous diving operations. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke with a local expert about what it's going to take to save the boys. 12 boys.. 11 to 16 years.. and their 25 year old soccer coach... trapped in this cave located in the northern thailand for the last two weeks.as oxygen levels drop.. the first order of business for rescue teams was to deliver extra oxygen by diving through water chambers in the cave..a mission that killed a
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navy seal friday morning.dr. walter mooney/usgsthe cave is very complicated and very uneven. so when the water came in, it created these flooded pools. but they're not the kind of pools you would go to in your nieghborhood. these are very intricate bent chambers. and the divers unfortunately got caught in one of the chambers. probably he couldn't find a way to the surface,.dr. walter mooney.. a seismologist and geophysicist with the usgs.. says.. the stituation is delicate but hopeful. part of what makes it hopeful is that the cave is located in a seismically stable area.dr. walter mooney/usgsthe location of this crisis is in northern thailand in a very stable area. there are no earthquakes. there is virtually no chance that the cave will collapse due to an earthquake like might happen in japan or some seismically active regiona few options have been discussed among rescue experts. leaving the bousleaving the boys in the
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cave until the water recedes so they can walk out the way they came in.. teaching them hot to scuba dive so they can make what's been described as a gnarly five hour journey or drill into the gave to pull them out. but experts agree... it is going to be a delicate and difficult task dr. walter mooney/usgsevery cave is different and they're very complicated. a simple diagram might make it look like a walk down a hallway but it's anything but that. this is a really very delicate crisis that we are facing. coming up after the break... a bizzare case in san bruno ... after a man discovers a duffle
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bag full of guns on his property. (ácommercialá) ) a
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man in san bruno called police, after discovering a duffle bag filled with guns and ammunition in his home. and, he says he has no idea how it got there. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with police about this puzzling ca. (philippe) a neighbor says he saw investigators at this house thursday evening... searching the property on san marco avenue. san bruno police say were called by a man who lives here, reporting he found a duffle bag on the property that contained three hanguns, a rifle and six boxes of ammunition.... and, that he has no idea how the bag got here.ryan johansen/lieutenant- "it's out of the ordinary, especially to have a bag that contains multiple firearms and ammunition in this case and to have really no idea where it came from or who it belongs to." it's also unclear if the guns are illegal. lieutenant ryan johansen says they don't appear to have been modified.ryan johansen/lieute
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nant- "having ese guns accessible where someone could have gotten ahold of them and maybe done damage with them would be bad or a child getting ahold of them would obviously be very bad. but in addition to that, its possible they've already been used in some sort of a crime, or that they're stolen from a residential burglary or otherwise. and, we'd like to find out what the case is here." police were able to remove the duffle bag without any issues. it did not contain any explosives.ryan johansen/lieutenant- "as to any ongoing threat to the public, the guns are with the police department now, so i would say no. however, there certainly is a back story to this that we're hoping to discover through our investigations bureau." and, seeing that its unclear if a crime was committed... no arrest have been made. in san bruno, philippe djegal, kron four news. coming up..the work of a bay area photographer is now on display... at a post office near you. we'll explain after the break. ( marty ) live look outside... san mateo bridge.
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(dave)a gradual cooling trend will continue today as onshore flow increases over the region. much cooler conditions are expected to develop by monday and tuesday with temperatures below seasonal averages on independence day. another warming trend is then likely late next week.
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( marty ) ( marty ) ( marty ) ( marty ) ( marty ) ( marty ) you are taking a look at
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stunning images of california's national parks. they are part of the u-s postal service... brand new o beautiful, forever stamp collection. (áá2-shotáá) joining me this morning is bay area photographer, gary crabbe... whose work is featured on the stamps. photography is on 7 of the 20 o beautiful forever stamp collection.
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the featured locations are: death valley national park, ca grasslands wildlife management area, merced county, ca yosemite national park, ca crater lake national park, or sunrise near ornida, ca edna valley, san luis obispo county, ca livermore, ca
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the featured locations are: death valley national park, ca grasslands wildlife management area, merced county, ca yosemite national park, ca crater lake national park, or sunrise near ornida, ca edna valley, san luis obispo county, ca livermore, ca
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the featured locations are: death valley national park, ca grasslands wildlife management area, merced county, ca
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yosemite national park, ca crater lake national park, or sunrise near ornida, ca edna valley, san luis obispo county, ca livermore, ca
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(áá2-shotáá)thanks gary. we'll be right back. you could save energy
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by living off the grid. completely. you could generate your own energy,
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at home. maybe you could save energy by weaving your own shoes... out of flax. or... just set the washing machine to cold. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. (áá2-shotáá) (ácommercialá)(áábreakáá) ( marty ) a big movie starring small heroes is now in theaters this weekend.david daniel has our box office preview. "the only chance we've got... is both of you." (nat)"ant-man and the wasp, teamin' up!"paul rudd and evangeline lilly buzz into theaters as "ant-man and the wasp." the marvel sequel is getting strong reviews, and box office watchers estimate it'll debut with 70-to-80 million dollars or more -- well above the 20-15
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original's debut of 57-million. "tonight, we'll see the good and evil in everyone.""this is your emergency broadcast system, announcing the commencement of the first purge.""the first purge" extends the popular dystopian horror franchise by going back to show how the tradition of "purge night" began. the prequel opened on wednesday, trying to grab fourth of july movie-goers, and is looking at 25-million dollars or more from wednesday through sunday. in hollywood, i'm david daniel. ( marty ) the oakland zoo's highly anticipated california trail is finally set to open. you are looknig at drone video of the new trail .... from quadcopter four. the landmark exhibition will open july 12th. the 72-million dollar project will explore the state's native flowers and animals... and the impact humans have on the natural world. the 56-acre california trail will double the size of the facilities. making the oakland zoo the largest in the bay area. ( marty ) you'll see more than plants and flowers at san
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francisco's botanical gardens. the fourth annual 'flower piano festival' is underway. for the next 11 days ...there will be a dozen pianos throughout the 55 acre grounds ... and you're encouraged to play them. you can get details on special performances on our website - kron-four-dot-com. adlib seven day. thats kron 4 thats kron 4 thats kron 4 news weekend for this saturday morning... i'm marty gonzalez. from all of us thanks for watching. join us for kron4 news weekend tomorrow morning starting at 8 o'clock ... and tonight for kron 4 news at eight.for kron 4 and tonight
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