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desperate search:what we are learning about the portland woman who mysteriously vanished in san mateo county, whooshnateff you eff you then n-wordracist road rage caught on video ... a woman driver loses her temper ... then loses her job.whoosha burning question: how much sunscreen is enough?you might be surprised at the answer. (ken) francisco. london breed is now the first black woman sworn in as the city's mayor. (ken) thank you for joining us i'm ken wayne.(pam) and i'm pam moore. the new mayor promised to tackle the many challenges facing the city. our grant lodes joins us now with
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the issues she addressed today .... grant. (grant) she hinted at moving past the drama of her being un-seated as acting mayor earlier this year...saying we can't let the politics a progressive and moderate and all of those things that i've torn city apart get in the way of our ability to deliver for the people of san francisco. former mayor and now lt. governor gavin newsome was by london breed's side...swearing her in. she addressed the crowd of at least one thousand...speaking passionately for about 20 minutes... promising reforms to fix the many problems faced by city residents....including very visable issue of those suffering from mental illness and drug addiction on the streets...the housing crunch....and general affordability.. growing up a stones throw from city hall in public housing...breed pledged to help san franciscans who feel like they're being marganilized. mayor london breed: we are not a tale of two cities we are one san francisco as your mayor i will do everything i can i will do everything i can to unite us together and brrpes
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of doing what we need to doo poverty she's lived in the housing projects she's live the life that a lot of mayer's before her have never lived so she's the one to fight this fight for us for san franciscans in all areas. (grant) these two five year old twins were just some of the children brought by their parents to witness history...the first black woman to be mayor of san francisco. replacing the late mayor ed lee, who died suddenly in december, mayor breed has just a short time to live up to her promises....the 43-year-old will be up for re election in just over a year. (pam) along the california coast ..... the search continues for a oregon woman who has not been heard from since last friday.(ken)
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while her wherabouts remain a mystery. the san mateo county sheriff's office did hint today that they may have new information in the case. kron 4's charles clifford has an udpate. well, athorities have called the dissapearnce of angela hernandez suspicious and her location remains a mystery.on wednesday morning, the san mateo county sheriff's office tweeted out that they were following up on a lead in the investigation into the disspearance of 23-year-old angela hernandez. the sheriff's office declined to elaborate but later in the day they tweeted again saying that the search continues. our investigators are still working the lead.at this point it's unclear what new information the sheriff's office may be looking into. angela hernandez was driving from portland oregon to southern california last week but hasn't been heard from since friday morning when she texted her sister that she was leaving half moon bay, presumably headed south on highway one. later that evening, hernandez's cell phone was detected near davenport in santa cruz county but on monday the phone signal dissapeared and has been detecte since.after searching the coast between half moon bay and santa cruz for several days, authorites have suspended most of the search effort. on wednesday, the santa cruz county sheriff's office told kron 4 that they
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have not been asked to continue searching for hernandez.meanwhile, angela herndez's family has put up missing rson posters in half moon bay and along highway one. they are offering 10,000 dollars for any information that leads to her wherabouts. we reached out to the family for comment on wedneday, but by late afternoon they had not responded.anglea hernandez was last seen driving her white 2011 jeep patriot with oregon plates. in santa cruz county charles clifford kron 4 news. (ken) (ken) en) we now know the cause of the fire burning in napa and yolo counties. investigators say it started installed electric livestock fence. the person responsible for causing the fire has been cited. the fire has burned more than 90-
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thousand acres and it is 86-percent contained tonight. 20 structures have been destroyed in that fire. (pam) wind- driven vegetation fires.. one in morgan hill and the other in san jose... are both now fully contained. p.g.& e. is replacing some fire- damaged utilities in morgan hill. several outbuildings and vehicles were destroyed.... as the fire swept across about 40- acres of grass and other vegetation. morgan hill resident octavio nunez says, he lost fencing and some tools, but says, it might have been a lot worse.octavio nunez/home threatened by wild fire ".....it was right here, as you can see some of the damage, but thanks to the firefighters, we didn't lose our house..." (pam) in san jose, north, crews expected to remain on scene in the hills near santa teresa county park, mopping up hot acres. aga
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wether fire. (pam) turning now to our four zone forecast. chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us now ...(ken) lawrence it's been a hot few days ...any chance we'll see a break. lawrence karnow: temperatures cooled but were still hot inland. highs were in the low 90s in the valleys, with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. the cool fog helped to keep temperatures cooler. on the doppler you can see the monsoonal moisture in southern california. there are even some thunderstorms over the southern sierra too. on the satellite you can see high pressure has moved a little further east also allowing for slightly cooler temperatures. some of that moisture will move norht into the bay area late tomorrow afternoon. it will bring a slight chance of thundertstorms to the bay thursday night and friday morning. highs tomorrow will be similar with 80s to low 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. more clouds are likely on friday morning before clearing late in the day. high pressure with return this weekend to bring more sunshine and hotter temperatures. it will cool slightly toward the
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a nasty crash in san francisco ... resulted in 3 arrests... and one gun being taken off the streets. kron 4's justine waldman is live in our newsroom with details... and video you will only see on kron 4...justine (justine) san francisco police tell me this is a criminal investigation.. that still has many unanswered questions tonight. 12-17 officer grace gatpandan/ san francisco policeone man on the ground with his hands behind his back talks with broadway tunnel. now 3 people are under arrest.sot it did look like a person was trying to flee but we did take custody of that person sfpd tells kron 4 news.. 3 cars were involved in the accident. and 3 people went to the hospital hurt after the wreck. it is unlcear how many people were in each car. you can see the airbags deployed in this black porche many people also called 911, and talked with officers at the scene about what they saw.
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only kron 4 news, has video of the gun recovered underneath a parked car. the weapon is now evidence.sot there was a gun found at the scene but it is unclear exacly what role that plans into the situation we do have a traffic collison but it is very likely that this involves a criminal investigation trying to determine which car is responsible for the crash... and why. plus , if any of the cars were stolen. or if drugs or alcohol are involved. in the newsroom justine waldman kron 4 news. (pam) new at 8.and sonoma county, have declared homeless emergencies. and we are now learning... there has been an uptick in homelessness in the area since october's wildfire.(ken)as
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kron4's michelle kingston explains -- one street in santa rosa has become the city's largest homeless encampment ... and it's in a place you might not expect. (mk)this is apollo way in the city's northpoint corporate center -- a 250 acre professional park lined with businesses ... and now also lined with the largest homeless encampment in the city.gina spain, homeless"it hasn't been all that bad." michelle kingstonthere are dozens of cars, trucks, vans, rv and trailers lining apollo way here in santa rosa. people i spoke to who live here say for the most part it's quiet and they feel safe but they know it's just a matter of time before they might have to move.gina spain, homeless "after a number of years it kind of gets frustrating."gina spain has lived here for months now ... and says her neighbors are friendly and she's never had a confrontation with anyone from the city.david gouine is santa rosa's director of housing and community services.david gouine, director of housing and community services"we balance the needs of those experiencing homelessness with the neighbors. we look at the
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health and safety issues."he said the annual point and count survey found 3-thousand people are homeless in the county. cheryl parkinson, living room executive director "they don't have anywhere else to go."cheryl parkinson runs a day service center in the city for homeless women and children and is aware of the encampment in the city's professional park.cheryl parkinson, living room executive director"we'd really like to see the government providing some other places in the county and city for people to go especially if they have an rv or camper.""but the fires made a really bad situation worse as far as homeless availability."at this point -- there are no plans to remove this encampment ... but the new tenants along apollo way know they might not be able to stay long."in santa rosa michelle kingston kron 4 news (pam) federal agents served search and arrest warrants at multiple locations in san mateo this morning.(ken) officials say several people were taken into custody
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but the reason for the raids - is unclear. one suspect says he was awakened by the raids and saw officers with guns drawn when he looked outside his window. he says he was released from jail yesterday and believes that coulhaplayed a factor in his family's aparment getting searched. his pregnant sister showed kron4 the aftermath inside the apartment. their neighbor is still shaken by what he saw. augustine torres/neighbor- "she got thrown on the floor, but she was experiencing a pain on her belly, so she uh, request to us to uh call 9-11." the pregnant sister was taken to the doctor as a precaution. some neighbors reported hearing what sounded like gunfire... but the san mateo police department says those were actually devices used to distract suspects and not actually harm them. the a-t-f says it's investigation is on-going. coming up at eight.. the founder of a popular pizza chain under fire ... for the slur he used on a conference call. plus. a road rage incident takes an ugly turn. what a woman
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started yelling at another driver on an east bay freeway. and next. why a major music festival was cancelled .. just days before it was set to begin... even after people spent hundreds to attend.
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something incredible is here at disney california adventure park. it must be epic! thrilling! daring! come ride the incredicoaster. it's going to be simply exhilarating, dahling. (ken) (ken)
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disappointment after a bay area hip hop music festival is abruptly cancelled... now ticket holders are wondering if they will get their money back.(pam) the 3-day x-o music festival was supposed to get underway in antioch on friday.. and big names like t.i. and ludacris ... had been listed as performing.. but now... the festival is off. kron 4's dan kerman explains why... for sometime the bay area music scene has been a buzz over this... antioch's xo music festival, sporting the likes of ludicrous, bone thugs n harmony and t.i.nats-tibut
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now with just 48 hours to go, on the xo webiste the promoter has announced "that due to lower than anticipated ticket sales and... some negative media reports ... the xo music festival ... will be postponed. but that's not the full story. kron 4 news went to site of the event, contra costa event park in antioch and found event park management actually cancelled the event because "promoters failed to provide proof they had liability insurance which covered hip hop music." sot john mason / performs as jm3 47-57i'm jus tin shock becuase i thought big names were coming to home city and i would have a chance to perform with them and be on the same stage but i guess not and i am furious nowthese men are some of the local performers who had signed on to be part of the event, who also just found out the event is cancelled.sot zach pilgram / performs as teamjayr 108-116it was a pretty upsetting hicccup, what bothered me is everyone had negative things to say about our community when we have been working hard to keep a positive vibestandup dan kerman/antioch 118-128we reached out tothe promoter but he didnt get back to us, but on their website it says ticket holders will be receiving refunds in full through their ticketing
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agency. the contra costa district attorneys office says if fail to receive a refund you should contact their consumer protection unit. in antioch, dan kerman kron 4 news. (pam) victims of california's deadliest wildfires .. and local politicians .... are calling on state lawmakers to stop trying to overhaul the state's liability laws on wildfires. the group gathered in santa rosa (pam) victims of california's deadliest wildfires .. and local politicians .... are calling on state lawmakers to stop trying to overhaul the state's liability laws on wildfires. the group gathered in santa rosa today.... about concerns that a newly formed legislative committee is considering cutting utilities' responsibility when their equipment causes fires. the legislation would protect companies like p- g-and-e. p-g-and-e equipment started several wildfires last year, killing 44 people. the company says, it expects to pay more than 2-point-5 billion dollars. but the
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group is worried, lawmakers may move quickly to help the utilities. attorneys for northbay firestorm survivors say, that pending legislation would allow p- g-and- e to 'pass on' the cost of the 2017 wildfires and future wildfires to ratepayers. (ken) the founder of papa johns pizza is apologizing for using a racial slur during a conference call. during the may call, john schnatter used the n-word while trying to downplay his n-f-l snafu... shares in the pizza food chain dropped to a 12-month low on the news. in a statement, the company said: "papa john's condemns racism and any insensitive language, no matter the situation or setting." schnatter is no longer c-e-o of papa john's, but he is still chairman, and has starred in company ads for years. now to our four zone forecast. taking a live look outside at s-f-o.kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence
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karnow is here now with the forecast lawrence karnow: temperatures cooled but were still hot inland. highs were in the low 90s in the valleys, with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. the cool fog helped to keep temperatures cooler. on the doppler you can see the monsoonal moisture in southern california. there are even some thunderstorms over the southern sierra too. on the satellite you can see high pressure has moved a little further east also allowing for slightly cooler temperatures. some of that moisture will
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move norht into the bay area thundertstorms to the bay thursday night and friday morning. highs tomorrow will be similar with 80s to low 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. more clouds are likely on friday morning before clearing late in the day. high pressure with return this weekend to bring more sunshine and hotter temperatures. it will cool slightly toward the middle of next week.
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new ahead at 8 a four month old baby dies after contracting meningitis...now his parents have a message for others plus. are you using sunscreen correctly? the mistakes people make when lathering up.... that can actually put you at risk. ((gary sports tease)) coming up a little later in this broadcast...can the a's bounce back from last ni agonizing loss to houston, giants looked pretty good today. we've got the world cup going up and down, real good night of sports. we'll have some fun in a few minutes. ((ken))here's what we are tracking new tonight at nine...
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am) the long days of summer are here... we are out in the sunshinefor longer hours now .... at the beaches or outdoor events... more sun exposure means more risk for sun damage to your skin.(ken) kron 4's gabe slate spoke with a dermologist who says most people are not using enough sunscreen and not using the right kind to protect themselves from sun burn and skin cancer. sound from ed becker, m.d. - dermatologist sun is very damaging, what you do now will affect you later in life... doctor ed becker is a dermatologist with golden state dermatology in walnut creek. he says applying sunscreen properly and enough
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of it can offset skin cancer and keep you beautiful... sound from ed becker, m.d. - dermatologist the biggest mistake is not enough and not replying enoughdoctor ed becker says you should slather on atleast an ounce... or more...sound from ed becker, m.d. - dermatologist you can never do to muchand the doctor says you have to constantly reapplysound from ed becker, m.d. - dermatologist every hour or two unless water resistant sunscreen then a little lesswhen you're buying sunscreen don't let all the choices intidmate you... doctor ed becker says it's easy... get a sunscreen that is 30 spf or higher, make sure it says broad spectrum on it, and go with water resistant. i asked the doctor about the spray sunscreen.. he said they are fine.. but..sound from ed becker, m.d. - dermatologist spray close and rub it in. doctor ed becker also with spf
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enough... you need to apply sunscreen.sound from ed becker, m.d. - dermatologist most spf make up is low and not broad spectrumlastly i asked doctor becker if anyone could skip out on the slathering... do people with darker complexiions.. darker skin do they have to use sunscreen ?sound from ed becker, m.d. - dermatologist everybody should use, it can damage and penetrate through all skin colors.in walnut creek gabe slate kron 4 news. coming up at eight.. a woman arrested in the brutal beating of a 91 year old man...what she allegedly said before the attack. plus. a push to give paid family leave to all americans...what lawmakers in washington are doing to make that a reality. and next. a road rage incident goes viral after a driver is caught on camera making racial slurs. ((lawrence tease))i'm kron 4
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chief meteorologist lawrence karnow.coming up, i
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driver calling the other ... the n-word. (pam) a portion of the incident was captured on cellphone video and posted on twitter. it has been viewed more than 100-thousand times.(ken)
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today kron4's haaziq madyun spoke to the couple on the receiving end of the racial slur. they describe the events leading up to the incident. it is an interview you will only see here on kron4 it is a road rage incident caught on cellphone video that has gone viral. in it you see a white woman using foul language and making obscene hand gestures. then she drops the n-wordsot marshaunte farris was in the passenger seat recording the video. her boyfriend shamiek sheppard was behind the wheel. the incident happened monday at around 10am on eastbound interstate-80 freeway. farris picks it up from there...sot
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lane when it happenednat/sot haaziqwhen did you first notice that there was a problem with this driver?sot
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services company with offices in the bay area. a representative for that company told me "the behavior reflected in the video is completely inconsistent with our values and the individual involved is no longer employed by the firm."sot
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him as dirty. (pam) deputies have arrested the woman involved in the gruesome assault of a 91- year old man. the los angeles sheriff department charged laquisha jones with assault with a deadly weapon. she currently being held on a 200-thousand dollar bail. jones is accused of attacking rodolfo rodriguez with a concrete block -- before allegedly enlisting a group of men to join in on the beating. family say the 91-year old sustained injuries to his face, ribs, back and abdomen. deputies have not yet determined a motive. but one witness says the attacker was heard telling the victim to go back to mexico. (ken) two senators with almost opposite political views testified on capitol hill today about the importance of paid family leave. (pam) they have different ideas about how it should work -- but family leave advocates hope this is the first step toward a bipartisan solutionour washington correspondent jessica smith reports .
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senators from both parties agree -- the us needs to offer some sort of paid family leave. on wednesday, a senate finance subcommittee discussed ways to make sure workers can take paid time off to care for newborns or sick family members.
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retirement to be able to care for loved ones now >senator kristin gillibrand has introduced a separate bill called the family act that would raise payroll taxes to cover about 66% of wages for 12 weeks. while there's no bipartisan legislation yet, advocacy groups say the idea of paid leave is gaining momentum -- and encouraged by the two proposals. in washington, i'm jessica smith. (ken) now to our four zone forecast. you're looking live at the golden gate bridge.(pam) kron-4's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow joins us with a look ahead lawrence karnow: temperatures cooled but were still hot inland. highs were in the low 90s in the valleys, with 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. the cool fog helped to keep temperatures cooler. on the doppler you can see the monsoonal moisture in southern california. there are even
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some thunderstorms over the southern sierra too. on the satellite you can see high pressure has moved a little further east also allowing for slightly cooler temperatures. some of that moisture will move norht into the bay area late tomorrow afternoon. it will bring a slight chance of thundertstorms to the bay thursday night and friday morning. highs tomorrow will be similar with 80s to low 90s inland, 70s and 80s around the bay and 50s and 60s at the coast. more clouds are likely on friday morning before clearing late in the day. high pressure with return this weekend to bring more sunshine and hotter temperatures. it will cool slightly toward the middle of next week. still ahead at 8 more
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more still ahead at 8 still ahead still ahead at 8
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more americans than ever are quitting their jobs. why some economists say that's a good thing. plus. a model swimming with sharks is bitten...and the moment was caught on camera. and next. vicki liviakis gives us a taste of authentic west texas barbeque in tonight's dine and dish. [music playing]
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(vo) pursue what drives you, today. audi will cover your first month's lease payment on select models during the summer of audi sales event. here's something you should know.
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there's a serious virus out there that 1 in 30 boomers has, yet most don't even know it. a virus that's been almost forgotten. it's hepatitis c. hep c can hide in the body for years without symptoms. left untreated it can lead to liver damage, even liver cancer. the only way to know if you have hep c is to ask your healthcare provider for the simple blood test. if you have hep c, it can be cured. for us, it's time to get tested. it's the only way to know for sure. (pam) the upside to hot days and warm nights - backyard bar-b-q's and beer gardens.(ken) tonight on dine and dish - vicki liviakis gives us a taste of both... a texas bbq washed down with a cold one, by way of san francisco at the presidio social club. lub - makes you feel... socia busy white jacketed bartenders and tables full ofhungry diners. outside - a bustling backyard patio that transforms into a beer garden
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on wednesday nights. complete with texas-style bbq. texas native and pitmaster wesley shaw fires up his smoker and turns out briscuit with black bark. and all kinds of smoked beef, ribs, chicken, sausage and pulled pork. followed up by an ice cold brew and for the really bold - scotch whiskey. a sentiment echoed by owner ray tang who says... think backyard get together with the neighbors. one who's brand of cooking happens to be smokin' hot. the bbq biergarten series runs thru late summer. in san francisco, vicki liviakis kron 4 news. (ken) if you have a restaurant, cafe or bar that you would like to see featured on 'dine and dish... you can send an email to our vicki liviakis at dine and dish... at kron 4 dot com .... or fill out (ken) if you have a
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restaurant, cafe or bar that you would like to see featured on 'dine and dish... you can send an email to our vicki liviakis at dine and dish... at kron 4 dot com .... or fill out the submission form on our website. you can also check out our 'dine and dish' facebook page. (pam) in sports... the a's try to bounce back from a tough loss to the world champion houston astros...(ken ) and the giants go 13 innings before their game with the cubs was decided... gary has the highlights... and all the sports...coming up next at 8 a 4 month old dies after contracting meningitis...now his parents have a message for others.
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(ken) new at 8. less than 24 hours after showing symptoms... a virginia baby died from meningitis. now the boy's parents have a message for others.(pam) they want people to get vaccinated. after health officials reveal the baby may have contracted the disease from an unvaccinated person, 4 -month old killy schultz came home from daycare one day with what his parents thought.... was a benign fever and rash. but things
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would quickly change. several tests later.... the parents were told their baby had likely contracted meningtis. an inflammation of the membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord.
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all, or about 80 every minute. economists credit the strong jobs market.653=thousand food workers quit in may ... and more than 900=thousand were hired.many of those were the same people ... moving to better jobs.in health care, 436 thousand quit, 632 thousand were hired.and retail sales, half a million workers left their jobs.three quarters of a million were hired. overall the total number of hires are now at the highest level in 17 years and the second highest on record. new tonight at nine... shocking video of a group of teens who were supposed to be babysitting, instead slapping and tormenting the young girl with a taser. and they shared the abuse on social media. now the mother is speaking out. and those teens are facing charges ... tonight at nine.
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the a's trying to the a's trying to bounce back from a brutal loss last night... and they had some fans in houston... taking on the astros they come out swinging in the first...khris davis... smokes one off the wall...marcus senien and jed lowrie score... 13-game hitting streak for davis... he also had an rbi triple top 4th...chad pinder... a line drive to left... and out for a 3-run home run..his 9th of the year...puts the a's up 6-0 top 5th... scary moment for the a's...stephen piscotty... their hottest hitter... gets hit by a pitch on his left hand... he had to leave the game.... luckily x-rays were negative...he is day-to-day with a wrist contusion. final... -3 a's... they go for 3 of 4 against the world champs tor giants and cubs wrapping
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up their 3-game series at at&t park...and it was a great one... tim flannery... doing to p-a announcing for renel... who was at london breed's ingauguration as mayor of san francisco... bottom 1st... gorkys hernandez.... drives one the opposite way and off the bricks in right field... andrew mccutchen and brandon crawford score... 3-0 giants (4-run 1st inning) back come the cubs... top 7th... 4-3 giants... javier baez... solo home run off tony watson... 4-4 tie... this game is going to extra innings bottom 13th... buster posey... won't be playing in the all-star game... but drives one of the bricks with two runners on... brandon belt scores... league-leading 8th walk-off win fir the giants this seas final... 5-4 giants in 13 innings... brandon belt did not get the final vote for the all-star game... jesus aguillar of the milwauke brewers beat him out brewers beat milwauke aguillar of the game... jesus the all-star final vote for did not get the brandon belt
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innings... giants in 13 innings... brandon belt did not get the final vote for the all-star game... jesus aguillar of the milwauke brewers beat him out
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world cup semifinal...england taking on croatia... england wasting no time...5th minute...kieran trippier... off a free kick... puts the three lions up early... 1-0 england 68th minurte...coatia's ivan perisic...off the deep cross... heads it in...croatia ties the game.. 1-1...we go to extra time... 109th
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minute... mario mandzukic up for good... a wild celebration ensues for croatia... dismay for england...the croatian coach... liftedup and tackled by his players final... 2-1... croatia... they will take on france in the final on sunday... in moscow(wipe to croatians celebrate) and they are loving it in croatia... throwing beer and lighting flares in celebration... they are going to the world cup final for the first time ever...2nd smallest country to ever make the final...croatia has never beaten france before, but don't tell that before, but beaten france has never beaten france before, but don't tell that to these guys... a shocker in the wimbledon quarterfinals... roger federer vs. south
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african kevin anderson federer acutally had a match point in the 3rd set... but anderson... with a 133 mile- per-hour serve.. ends up taking the set then anderson... takes the 4th set as well... blows the winner past federer here... the comeback is on 5th set....match point... anderson with the service-winner to cap it off... after winning 34 straight sets at wimbeldon... federer loses three in a row and he's done anderson will face american john isner in the semifinals on friday morning lebron james... inadvertantly left his new fans in los angeles waiting in droves at a pizza place... lebron... who is a part owner of blaze pizza... tweeted this message about a "pizza party"...leading some people to believe that he would be there... thousands of people waited for hours at the culver city location...but james never showed up... instead... his wife posted a picture on instagram of the king hanging on a donut inflatable in his pool with the caption "donut kill my vibe" evidently plans for him to be there... the tweet was just a promotion for the store
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next at 8. a model's close encounter with sharks turns dangerous, when one bites her.... and pulls her underwater. tonight at 9 you are disrespecting black race there are black people and there are you need to know it here we go again, what yet another racist rant. i'll tell you next edition of people behaving badly badlybehaving people (ken) a florida student is
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lucky to be alive after a close call with sharks in the bahamas. 19-year-old katarina zarutskie (za- rut-ski) was posing for the camera while swimming with nurse sharks. her boyfriend's dad snapped photos as one shark bit down on her wrist and pulled her underwater. (pam) zarutskie (za-rut-ski) was able to quickly get out of the water, away from the sharks. the man who owns the marina where she was swimming says, nurse sharks are normally friendly. doctors told her, she still has pieces of shark teeth in her arm. (pam) that wraps up kron 4 news at 8.(ken) but our primetime coverage is just getting started this wednesday evening. grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at 9. ((grant))thank you pam and ken..new tonight at
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nine...police release bodycam footageof a deadly officer- involved shooting involving a robbery suspect.that suspect...was hit more than 40 times.why a jury ruled his death...a suicide.that's next in a live report. plus...history in san francisco.london breed becomes the city's first african- city's first african-american female mayor.we speak with civil rights leaders in the bay area about the significance of today's inauguration.((grant)) and people in one bay area neighborhood say police aren't doing enough to stop a rash of mail thefts.we have exclusive video of the thieves in action. ((vicki))keep it here...kron 4 news at nine starts right after the break. just when you thought you were done painting...
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video just released-- showing the moments before a benicia man was shot 41 times by was shot 41 times by vallejo police... and a jury has already ruled that the man
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committed suicide by not dropping his knife.(grant) thanks for joining us, i'm grant lodes...(vicki) and i'm vicki liviakis... tonight though we are seeing the moments before he was shot in the dramatic video. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us live here in san francisco. (grant) san mateo county sheriff's detectives are searching for a man who assaulted a 14 year old girl in half moon bay. it happened near the pillar point boat launch parking lot back on june 30-th. the man came up and assaulted the girl.. but she was able to get awawy. once she reported the incident she described the man as in his forties about 5'9'' with brown hair wearing a red hoodie sweatshirt with jeans. and she described him as dirty. (vicki) happening now along the california coast ..... the search continues for a oregon woman who has not been heard from since last friday.

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