tv KRON 4 News Weekend KRON May 28, 2011 7:00am-10:00am PDT
live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. we will have all of your top stories, welcome. how about taking a look outside? with summer vacation. it is not quite look like summer out there. >> nor does it feel about it. >> good morning. >> certainly it does not feel like memorial day weekend with cool, cloudy, satellite/radar showing a a a system moving to the pacific northwest. bringing us that cloud coverage and isolated sprinkles. to the north was see if if the bulk of it, near santa rosa. still, cool. santa rosa is only 40 degrees 45 and napa.
even cooler in the south bay, with only 44 in los gatos. 67 degrees for fear from, santa rosa, san rafael, which will see 53. 67 degrees for fairfield. -- half moon bay only 58 today. flirting with 70 but certainly not getting at it 69 degrees and morgan hill. >> thank you. major delays with caltran corner to be done some work with that new section of the bridge. that means lane closures all weekend long. our coverage begins with maureen kelly. >> the most important fact is that the bay bridge will remain open for the holiday weekend. there will be no fault bridge closure to create however, overnight may 28th, and sunday may
29th at 8:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. to lower tax, only. east, will be able to get through. the lower-bridge only. the westbound will not be impacted. shifting approach to the toll plaza. what they look like now, and this is what the will look like when they are finished. all five lanes moved to the south for the construction on the new eastern span. what it drivers can expect the detour to look like. perhaps easier to manage than beef s curve the speed limit will still be 50 m.p.h.. monday, may 30th is expected to open. fed >> bart also commuters can experience delays. fire crews are doing maintenance work in repair work to electric cables. during that time only the bay point line will be traveling under the bay. you must use a transfer
at walt st/oakland. sunday, monday, the impacting until 3:30. >> motorists, gasoline prices san francisco is of course of the most at $4.60. $4.40 in san jose, oakland. those prices still showing $1 higher than last year. >> of boards in the east bay are investigating weather that high-speed chase was the same who raped and who abducted a woman in oakland hills. reggie kumar. >> this high speed chase and it was macarthur boulevard in oakland. police say the suspected robber was speeding and lost control of this silver extra at this intersection. it jumped this curb. you can see the front tires are nearly gone. they
man living in the area said he saw the car fly by his home. >> he was trying to turn left. at the second arrow he started sliding. heat hit that rubble, lost control, jumped a curb and the car ended up where it is common now. officers captured the suspect in the backyard of a home. the suspect rob high speed pharmacy on the mccarthy boulevard and mount clare follo on >> a witness was credited for getting the license plate number. after he robbed, the high-speed pharmacy. >> reporter: police are still looking for some possible suspects of involved in these robberies. kron 4 news has learned that some of these items stolen how with cough syrup with a coating. known on the street as " drank " this is-with coaticough syrup with codeine
>> if he is associated with the sexual assault? there will contact the victim and then it make the determination if there is enough information. >> reporter: there was a sexual assault investigator at the scene but it is not unusual to see one more than one a different crime has occurred on the same day. in oakland, reggie kumar, kron 4 news. a closer look. >> the woman was sexually assaulted. it happened on an early morning home invasion robbery at 6800 of wilson avenue in oakland hills. haazig madyun was at the scene. >> reporter: armed oakland police officers canvassing the area with crime scene technicians taking photos our rumpus garage. 0pd
canine try to pick up the scent of wilton drive. earlier, a home invasion escalated to a woman being sexually assaulted. 0pd cynthia perkins. >> off the 38 year-old female become was awoken by a dog barking. she went to investigate and was confronted by a suspect. at that time she was robbed of personal items, cash, and a sexual oassault occurred to children in the home were not in danger or harm. for >> reporter: the victim's husband was home but investigators will not say much more about that at this time. the suspect who appears to be have fled on foot. investigators only of a general impression that this time. in oakland, haazig madyun kron 4. >> still to come on kron 4 news this weekend president obama is an poland. wrapping
>> welcome back. 7:11. this is the second day for president obama in poland. yesterday, he left memorial wreaths at the unknown soldier tomb and commemorating jewish shoulders. also the transition to democracy in northern africa. accrediting poland with the move to democracy. this is his last country on his trip. >> the 33rd annual carnivale is the largest multi- cultural celebration that
recognizes latin america and caribbean culture. this is video from 2009. this year's theme is called " live your fantasy ". 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. and the big parade is tomorrow from 9:30 a.m. and the mission district. >> that is always a lot of fun. with all that great music. still to come on kron 4 news this week and the search and recovery efforts. just one week after a deadly tornado. >> we are going to get you caught up with your holiday forecast. taking a live look to the golden gate bridge. we will be right back. [ beep ] oops, my bad. earn more with interestplus savings at capitalone.com. that's new school banking, baby! ooh, 3-d! instead of earning bupkus, your savings could be earning three times the national average! three times more.
confirmed fatalities. president obama is going to be visiting during this holiday weekend. >> bringing back to a beautiful view of of mount cam the weather forecast. with clouds, breezy and some sunshine purify janu good morning. >> janu: good morning you are correct with cloudy, cool conditions with breaks of sunshine. a beautiful shot of the golden gate. nightclubs. the wind is really going to be picking up. -with those--clouds. it will be sunny, dry by tomorrow. taking a look at the satellite/ritter the pacific northwest and the northern coast getting a light storms with the satellite-regard indicating a pacific northwest system.
that will last into the afternoon with 49 degrees in santa rosa. 46 in napa. 54 in half moon bay and mountain view. checking the wind speeds, they're really going to pick up. gusting up to 25 m.p.h. in oakland, san rafael, 22 m.p.h. in fairfield. 3:00 p.m., even the 30 m.p.h., 23 m.p.h. and santa rosa and redwood city. take a look at 6:00 p.m.! hang on to your caat test-with over 30 m.p.h. in the south bay to hang onto hat upper 20s along the coast and the highs for only going to be getting into the 60s.
through santa rosa, fairfield are looking at 50s. richmond will see more of the 60s. 69 in morgan hill. your kron 4 7 day around the bay cloudy conditions today and tomorrow. partly cloudy on monday in the chance of sprinkles on monday and tuesday. isabel. >> off parole agents are still going to get some much-needed help for violent sex offenders. a program that starts next week will, reduce their workload and allow more time in the field. this change is in a response to criticism it faced for fairly tracking. j.c. dugard is a perfect example of receiving 20 million from the state. >> many to not say that these are not being tracked
properly. every month, the gps tracking devices $60,000 to a parole agents and many of those of larger for minor problems. like the battery of running low. or if they ran into something. the most of the alerts are inconsequential. many of them do not escalate to mean any parole violation. >> parole agents are spending hours on the computer clearing those awards. in fact the government reports shows the parole agents only spent 12 percent of their time out in the field. to solve the problem, the department of corrections the started monitoring the violators. with the help of the gps tracking devices the monitoring center will take care of the priority alert. and 40 serious alerts to parole agents. the hope is that more time can be spent
on the high risk offenders. >> more home visits, to visit their work the said and more forced to face time. >> reporter: 40, texas have similar and florida have similar control centers for the gps tracking problems. >> more drug cases have been dropped. with surveillance video surfacing from the alleged misconduct against dozens of san francisco police officers. dan kerman take a look of the new video and what it could mean going forward. >> this surveillance video from april of last year shows an undercover officer trying to purchase drugs. in the white shirt. the officer is more in the dark clothing. however, the public defender is saying that what you are seeing is
this not what happened. >> these are complete fabrications and completely not true. >> reporter: the police report say the suspect reached the right hand and spit out plastic bags of drugs into his mouth. and passed them off to another person. >> this did not happen. >> reporter: the video says that the cellphone was never taken out of was right hand and the left hand was never taken out of his pocket. he says the police report is completely false. >> this is opening a pandora's box. we're talking about a biased operation on the street involving narcotics officers. reports are clearly and unequivocally being falsified. >> reporter: there were red flags about the conduct and the truthfulness of these officers going of about two
last year. police knew about it and prosecutors knew about it and do nothing. their testimony continues to put people into jail. reporting from san francisco, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> 28 cases were also dismissed on friday dealing with narcotics. the total dismissed case = 119. the d.a. spoke out about this investigation and what police force should do now. >> the reality is that in the police business there is always significant time when there are going to be allocations for done, things in appropriately. allegations--and we also must follow the proper protocol to investigate into the proper action. >> the san francisco statement said " the officers in these videos of
the same life as normal citizens. they're innocent until proven guilty and we're operating under that assumption. if it is determined to this investigation that any officer is doing any misconduct in any way? they will be disciplined. >> the calendar say that if this summer but the weather? not so much! [laughter] >> taking a live look. summer, winter? it looks like it is shaping up a bit like summer. not too bad. we will be back.
>> taking a look outside. welcome back. even 1-ft 1.5 ft. of snowfall expected. >> unbelievable. >> ski resorts only $25 per lift ticket. and >> that is a bargain. $35 per lift tickets and squaw valley. a bit more pricey at $59 per lift ticket. >> a bit higher. with more snowfall. >> you pay for the snowfall? >> yes. >> in honor of memorial day gravestones in virginia have been adorned with these american flags. you can seasons in 1948 they have placed the flags on low headstones known as 'flags in' thousands of soldiers
is going to be an issue. currently through napa, with 57 degrees and nearly 69 degrees and then a cool down to 53 degrees by 8:00 p.m. the satellite/radar showing a system moving to the pacific northwest bringing us significant cloud coverage, wind gusting and pop up sprinkles through the north bay. perhaps still making it what with 49 degrees in santa rosa, 52 and san rafael. 54 in half moon bay. 52 in san francisco, and only 49 degrees in los gatos. this afternoon also cool. 67 degrees in santa rosa. 60 degrees in novado. and 65 degrees in antioch, livermore. 58 in half moon bay. i would not advise going to the beach on the shorter freeze your buns off. we will have your full
for cast. if you go to the beach? you could freeze your buns off. >> george is taking a look of how this could impact your drive over the bread >> here i how what looks right now,-over /+ the bridge--. let me show you what this looks like with the exact same position. this curve with the new asphalt is a broader, sweeping turn. it should actually be easier for motorists to navigate than the old way out. again, that is the old one, and this is a sample of the new one. this is exactly how it looks now on the low or deck of the bay bridge going east. we are at 50 m.p.h. that is the recommended speed. even
with the lane changes there will be no reduction in speed. now, the new construction will exactly reflect these changes after memorial day with u.s. falls, further to the south and driving and a more gentle curve. with the same m.p.h.. -- >> reporter: it could take some time for the drivers to get adjusted to these changes. kron 4 news. >> a gentle curve of what a great idea. part delays for the next two consecutive weekends. with port delays ,--40 permanen delay for a minue delays, vital maintenance/repair to electric cables. >> bottom line if you forget anything else about what is going on. 12th street is the
transfer point. the bay point? is fine. if not? transfer at 12th street. if you forget anything else? you must transfer a 12 st. the but wall street, 12th street, 12th street. -- denies it, saturday morning, and a saturday night working crews until sunday morning with friday night crews and the saturday morning. >> the most dangerous cities in the country according to a study by the wall street journal. they used based information of the murders, rapes, robberies. jeff bush explains this also came from the fbi. >> oakland has a reputation for violence, crime but the reason why oakland made the list is because of the high crime stats. over all, crime and down to 29, 2010 but there were startling scenes
that made oakland from 2009. the ninth highest murder rate in the tent in the state. check this out oakland has the highest robbery rate in the entire country. the 10th highest and murder-and the state. robbery? also i hav incredibly high. struggling with technology, and oakland police force. >> of i have seen people get shot. even they get shot and just walk away. >> i saw somebody just attack a guy. it was a strange occurrence in my mind. >> people being shot. people being stabbed to death, >> my father was killed so i
can relate to other people. >> in oakland, jeff bush, kron 4 news. >> no senior prom for a handful in the santa cruz. punishment for what school officials is the involvement of a white supremacist group. rob fladeboe is also reporting that the students could also mr. of graduation. >> tense, that as how the atmosphere at this high school on friday. many students wore white shirts and a protest rally on thursday. in support of a handful of students that are suspended this week for wearing clothing associate with the white supremacist group. >> we've been told by local law enforcement that there is an active white pride oriented game in the region. they have indications that they've been recruiting high school students. >> reporter: summer giving not to salutes and others are suspected of-summer giving-nazi salutes, and
swastikas and other heat symbols. >> .seven upset--eight symbols parents have been notified. for >> reporter: school is committed to the environment free of intimidation. >> this is a small amount of children and the limited school district and i do not think that the school district is able to do with it. >> reporter: kron 4. rob fladeboe. >> still ahead, try goinbattling drug abuse. but the sad news about rob conaway. (music)
>> welcome back. >> overcast conditions with high clouds and windy conditions. patchy fog and it is likely to pick up this afternoon. we are seeing light sprinkles in the north bay. their light. in fact, you may not even even need an umbrella, with dry conditions. the satellite and/radar is showing dry conditions. and to just light sprinkles in the north bay. nothing to immeasurable but that light green nothing quite as measurable. 50s through san rafael, san
francisco, napa, fairfield, and 49 degrees in los gatos. it is going to be really when the. we will track it out with 25 m.p.h. in san rafael, 20 m.p.h. in concord. by 3:00 p.m., even stronger. 29 mph in fairfield, concord, and take a look at 6:00 p.m.! it is really when the with 35 m.p.h., and redwood city even 23 m.p.h. in san jose. not getting to work, only in the 60s. 67 degrees in santa rosa. 66 degrees in mountain view. 69 degrees and morgan hill. finally your kron 4 7 day around the bay cool, cloudy, with sunny, dry tomorrow. 7:46.
>> thank you. and sports, the boston bruins are looking for their first victory in nearly four decades >> 80 java with the giants. a collision 80 show you. >> major-league debut first ever major-league game with the giants. with the best of tamil lincecum, in the third, he was gone. the milwaukee brewers 2-0. they had to really work for it. tim lincecum, right here. playing at the plate, runners are all safe. and to get your magic word and the beast!
>> with bases loaded for crawford. a high drive, a line drive right center field. welcome to the big leagues, a kid. what you are hearing are the roars. >> can you would imagine your first major league it was a grand slam? and he crashes into the light white side. remember the posey incident from the other night, this, there were similar. all 27 5 lbs. at this home plate. brian wilson. to stay in the game a giants come from behind and win at 5-4. and buster posy did have a few words for the journalists. on the plate, he says there is a big difference in front of the plate. the runner does
not have a choice at that point. i figured that he had a choice. to slide or come at me and he came directly at me. buster posy things that he is pretty much done for the season. the case tonight, the game will be at home. the a's tonight, one-1 against the orioles. a double-play. throwing to gonzales, getting behind him and awkwardly, scored to tie it. he stays in the game. firing of the a's, because ryan wan all-time high, scurrying and an rbi come every starter had a hat. better a rhombus that every starter had a hat--every starter. three of the-4 winnings. three of the last games. >> the heisman trophy
runner-up in their sisters act to play softball for stanford. the gearhart sisters, and an n.c.a.a. regional at alabama! bottom of the sex. it tripled down the line. bottom of the-six thinning--and that would be able to take care of the 15th seed. at stanford cardinals 1-0. alabama moving on to the college world series. stanford is coming home. >> and nhl final with vancouver to the west. the eastern conference decided game 7 in boston. the tampa bay lightning. and a nice pass. one-0. 1:00 strike 12, the lightning season it was when the have not won the
cup since 1972. boston will face vancouver on wednesday. the golden state warriors are going to be coaching the houston rockets. formally, he was a general manager, and also an assistant coach and named one of the 50th greatest players of all time. he will assume the benjamin the show. for >> still to come on kron 4 news. he will assume the- bench-- >> the full palthe-breach of etiquette at the coast with queen elizabeth and president obama. with a new prime time newscast this monday.
been a key to heaven to bestow a toast in front of a group? >> if you ever have and to give a toast in front of a group? >> when it came to toasting the queen with president obama. perhaps he should have just stuck with the word " coast ". >> he unwittingly cued the orchestra when he said to her majesty, the queen. to the vitality of the special relationship between our peoples. (music) to my god save the queen, you shut up! >> reporter: forged on. >> the words of shakespeare. this realm, to the queen. (music) still in the background >> reporter: the queen did
not raised her glass. >> when the president found out that he did not do this correctly? >> the toast was finally consummated by the queen. >> who messed up? the president? with a musician. >> on the the web. he was blamed. however, why blame? >> the answer would be president obama, really. >> reporter: he says that somebody from the statute of briefed the president a cue from the income is standard. >> you stand up and say the queen. >> the vitality of the special relationship. (music) >> reporter: some more with my and some of an awards show. >> i want to thank. fall.... >> reporter: prime minister jokes about the miscue. >> the prime minister to
know about the miscue. the president did do something right by not doing this. >> you never think that this is not done at all. >> reporter: the reaction from the queen? >> she does not give any dirty looks. >> this earth, this round. to the queen. >> reporter: >> one critic wrote set a winston churchill as laughing at all,. [laughter] >> reporter: ginnie mooos, g jeannie moss, cnn. >> he will never forget that. >> it is a learning curve. >> still ahead, bay bridge lane closures. all weekend long. >> what lanes will be
live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. (music) >> good morning and welcome back to our second live hour of kron 4 news. the dead of the war veterans are being honored. the commemoration from arlington cemetery. >> vice president joe biden the air waves this morning. telling about what will happen on the president of the auto industry. >> i have a great movie! it is about a teenage boy, and
super hero. it is worth your time and money and the gay and lesbian film festival. that is all going on and who knows what else? >> >> later. >> henry? >> i will tell you. listen, this is really controversial. a very well- known ofauthor is redefining the concept of marriage and not just gay, straight but also should be legalized. the entire concept should be riel lost. in a fascinating topic. >> a live look outside at walnut creek. it looks like it is clearing up. >> i will drink to that, not host to that lovable drag to that. allow not opposed to that la[laughter] the outpost
to that lock >> the specific system from the pacific northwest. with cloud coverage and it sparkles in the north bay. this afternoon, the temperatures are going to be looking at 40's right now. there's santa rosa, and even low 50s. the wind speed this afternoon or 12 m.p.h. through fairfield. it is with going to pick up this afternoon. mild, sunny co. of sunshine. 67 degrees in santa rosa. 69 degrees in napa. the same for concord. oakland, mid-60s. cool in half moon bay. definitely, not beach weather. about 69 degrees and morgan hill. your full weather forecast coming up. first, let us check back in with isabel. >> a live look at the bay
bridge some changes, delays you should expect. it is all part of the caltran were to get the new section bridge, ready. maureen kelly has a look at some of the closures. >> reporter: the most important fact is that the bay bridge will remain open for the holiday weekend. there will be no bridge closure however, overnight may 28th, and sunday may 29th at 8:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. to lower section, only. east, will be able to get through. the westbound will not be impacted. shifting the approach to the toll plaza. take a look at what the bridge lanes look like now, and this is what the will look like when they are finished. all five lanes moved to the south for the construction on the new eastern span. this is what drivers can expect the detour to look like.
perhaps easier to manage the 's' curve/ the speed limit will still be 50 m.p.h.. monday, may 30th is expected to open. maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> >> bart also commuters can experience delays. bart crews are doing maintenance work and repair work to electric cables. during that time only the bay point line will be traveling under the bay. you must use a transfer at walt st/oakland. 12 st--oakland city station you must transfer. the bay
point line will be the only point going underneath the bay. delays expected. in oakland, kron 4 news. >> new this morning, vice president joe biden delivered his weekly address for the president because the president is in europe. joe biden is crediting president obama with the four domestic auto recovery. bringing back thousands of jobs. >> president of, and i'm when we came into office week it faced an awful industry on the brink of total extinction, collapsed. we thought that general motors and chrysler would just go under but they did not think that the automobile industry was the essential for the american future. the president disagreed. in addition he was not going to walk away from thousands of united autoworkers to work for general motors and chrysler.
because of what we did the automobile industry is rising again. manufacturing is coming back! our economy is recovering in greeninkeening traction. >> also memorial day to remember what this holiday is all about. --gaining traction. >> the 2012 election is getting more interesting. texas governor. says that he will consider the republican nomination. also sarah palin is announcing a boy bus tour and also rudy guiliani is also creating a stir the team also might run. >> authorities in the east bay are try to find out of a suspect arrested in a high- speed chase is the same man who raped/rob a woman in
oakland. reggie. >> this is the vehicle that was impounded. = >> reporter: police are still looking for some possible suspects of involved in these robberies. kron 4 news has learned that some of these items stolen cough syrup with a codeine. known on the street as " drank " this is- with cough syrup with codeine >> if he is associated with the sexual assault? there determination if there is>> reporter: there was a sexual assault investigator at the scene but it is not unusual to see one more than one a different crime has occurred on the same day. in 4 news. a closer look. >> egypt is opening up its borders to the gaza strip. >> a live look, that and gold all blue skies! beautiful, beautiful, we will be back. (music) for ♪
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trip. meeting with the prime minister of poland dis discovering and discussing--a defense with russia. this was supposed to happen last year. but the ash cloud from iceland changed those plans. >> after four years the cost to strip is open. it is bringing long awaited territories that the palestinian population considered a consent significant gain for hasaan one soldier died in a bomb blast, one in an insurgent attacks in the southern portion of the country. for 100 and the five coalition troops have been killed in
afghanistan. the recent violence as part of the taliban which is setting up roadside bombs and suicide attempts as well as a mountain and rural outpost killings. >> still to come, your sports highlights including with the giants catcher buster posy has to say about his injury. that could leave him out for the rest of the season, likely. >> and also, henry. buster henry. pamela and we're having some interesting concepts. should polygamy be illegal? fidelity, infidelity. this author has a new book out called " unhitched ''very controversial. we will talk all about it.
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sunshine, some places. >> in even in san francisco, the wind is going to be a story today. >> correct. you are seeing the wind right now and those are going to continue going to go to the date in fact vigorously! taking a look through downtown that cloud coverage. morning, patchy fog with breezy conditions continuing to this afternoon with isolated sprinkles in the north bay. still, wet, sunny, dry, tomorrow. the satellite/writer show in the pacific northwest and the northern portion of california getting a light storm system bringing the increasing clout coverage. the pot of sprinkles in the north bay. the satellite/radar is shown cloud coverage showing cloud coverage. 50s/60s in
concord. how about checking those wind speeds? if you are going to be going for a bike ride? perhaps rethink. oakland, fairfield getting into the 20 m.p.h. when the speed. even 30 m.p.h. as this afternoon progresses. 23 m.p.h. in santa rosa. take a look at 6:00 p.m. with 35 m.p.h. wind gusting. oakland, san francisco, redwood city, 23 m.p.h. in san jose. those will continue to this evening. mild today, with only 60s. 69 in napa. low 60s in the east bay, 60s, inland. finally, taking a look at your kron 4 7 day around the bay the cool, cloudy conditions that we are dealing with. sunny, dry tomorrow and another troy
day on monday. and henry? >> a dry day--expected on monday. >> so, most of the world thpractices marriage that a man and woman exclusively. with fidelity, that is not correct. most of the world does not practice that type of marriage that we think of the normal. it is just a fact if you think that is right or is wrong. that is one of the points that comes out in this book called " unhitched ' judith stacy has been quite controversial redefining our concept of marriage. we call it marriage but whatever it is called an the other parts of the world. and she joins us, now. just for starters, lotus address what goes on in other parts of the area? let us address what goes
other? polygamy? >> certainly, until the first half of the 20th century there were more other marriage centsystems that were more polygamist than. usually, one man with two or more wives. that is for a common. it is declining for a lot of reasons but it is also entrenched. it is decreasing here but they cannot call it polygamy, look at arnold schwarzenegger. pinnacle of infidelity. >> the premise of your book--recall it infidelity. >> we need to redefine. -we call it infidelity. please explain. >> and the united states will already redefined our forms of into me some of commitment and family life. however, our ideology and policies to not reflect of what is going on. the
ideology that there is one correct way of having a family life. perhaps it is not the only correct way, with the superior way? heterosexuals. >> gay marriage for as a separate issue. people agreed that it is a superior way? clever, we do not want change necessarily. >> that is a widespread view. >> what do you suggest? >> this is especially more of a moral question of how we should define? the law parlayed a moral question and any several levels of morality and what would you want to to be the most democratic for the children to protect most people who need the care. and it would be protecting anybody's interest to see the that declining form is superior. >> reporter: how does your concept and first of all can you explain your concept? >> shore.
>> how does impact children? >> short--, and this is " get real. to realize the reality that family is always changing here and run the world. i did not want to reinvent new forms. around the world, to look unusual family subcultures to shake up the idea. including in the united states. however, to challenge the idea that there is only one i deal. that they must have a biological family members to turn out well however, more recognition and we should be recognizing and helping support families that have commitment to each other and are committed. >> whenever the form.
>> several examples. >> judith stc the book is called " unhitched " a very proud oprovocative. judith stac- thank you for joining us. will take a break and when we come back the search continues on the theme of the family. we are going to be talking about pregnancy and we are born to be talking about the man that said what? coming up. [ coach ] in albuquerque, citi pre-approved my mortgage. [ whistle blows ] all right, layups, guys. let's go. in sioux falls, i locked in a rate. coach, you get that house yet? working on it. [ coach ] the appraisal? ...springfield. wherever i was, my citi mortgage consultant had me covered. [ crowd cheering ] and 500 miles from home... [ cheering, cellphone beeps ]
woke up with five-sixth inning. 6-2 victory. >> a difficult day for the stanford women's softball against no. 2, alabama, yesterday. at the bottom of the sixth inning. they tripled, right-field would drive and the friends. alabama over stanford 1-0. stanford finished 42-16. >> a difficult loss. >> mount tampa a lot of wind and overcast conditions your bay area forecast mt. tam-- this was so easy. that was quick. no envelopes to lick. no deposit slips to fill out. a lot less paper to deal with. i like that. i just feed in my check... feed the cash right in. and... -boom. -there it goes. it read my checks, counts my cash... adds it all up. how does it do that? it even shows me what kind of bills i deposited.
traffic on saturday. the work will continue for this memorial day weekend bridge work. george has a closer look on how this could impact your drive. >> here is how it looks as exists. cars and taking the left, and then a right getting into the toll plaza. however, let me show you the new changes. the curve with the asphalt as a more gentle, sweeping turn. it should be easier for motorists to navigate than the old way. again, this is the old one and this is a sample of the new one. here is out exactly how it looks now on the lower deck of the bay bridge going east. if 50 m.p.h. that is the recommended speed. even with the lane changes the will be
no reduction in the speed. now, we are approaching the area where there'll be construction and that is exactly what it will be like after memorial day weekend. there is the asphalt. further south, a gentle curve. any changes will be a different impact on drivers. it is likely that it could take some time for people to get adjusted. >> part commuters can expect delays. the tube will be closed for mandatory maintenance. the bay point line will travel under the bay. they need to use and the line? they must transfer at 12th street in oakland. sunday, monday, the first morning trains until tuesday. >> how about that holiday
forecast? a live look. a little bit of breeze. >> yes, let us check-in with janu >> a live look outside. we are starting to see breaks of sunshine. and more cloud coverage. patchy fog, and we are going to see the wind pick up this afternoon. a couple of isolated sprinkles in the north bay. not a lot but enough to show up on the radar. 70 the satellite/radar show in the pacific northwest getting a system. the northern portion of the state also being impacted. with the decreasing cloud coverage, and increasing wind will have mostly sunny conditions in the afternoon. outside temperatures, low 50s. mid-'50s through half moon bay. and also 60 degrees in los gatos. let us look at the wind speeds. the
futurecast is showing 25 m.p.h. at noon and san rafael. 22 m.p.h. in fairfield. by 3:00 p.m., 30 m.p.h. with 22 mph in oakland. by 6:00 p.m., 35 m.p.h. and san rafael. and also 25 and the agent oakland, santa rosa, and 23 m.p.h.. 25 m.p.h. in oakland--santa rosa will see 60s. richmond, vallejo, 58. 54 in redwood city. also half moon bay kidding 58-59 degrees in morgan hill. - getting a 458 degrees your kron 4 7 day around the bay. isabel? >> gravestones in arlington
va. have been ordained with the american flags. since 1948 the infantry has placed the flag at each headstone on more of the weekend this tradition is known as " flag in " with over 300,000 people buried at arlington. soldiers from the american revolution all the way to the a rock/afghanistan wars. gravestones dates from pre- 1900. >> the not guilty plea nasso is representing himself and is asking the judge to release them. he is arguing that evidence such as photographs to is not show that he committed any crimes. >> reporter: this naso entered a not guilty plea he is representing himself also asked the court that he be released from jail.
claiming the evidence against him is not accurate. in a hand written note that he read out loud he said that these photographs taken from his home did not indicate " names, descriptions or the intended fate of the women ". adding to that that no photos show women and forced positions. were forced bondage or being deceased. investigators reportedly seized thousands of pieces of evidence with photographs of scantily coast of it. and in very compromising positions. scantily-clothing. >> the photos were posing under their own free will ". and he also issued a request to have the evidence dismissed. in marin county,
teresa estacio. >> one of the livermore event police say paul lome died at the burn center and two people are still in critical condition. they found drug paraphernalia in the apartment. also it was the suspected methamphetamine lab. >> coming up the streets of san francisco to see if there is more trash is being left behind. >> first, jan wahl. >> with super heroes, i have a great movie to tell you about. it is worth your time. frameline number 35 we will celebrate it. henry? >> coming up on bay area bargains. the memorial day sale. they have some great
>> a new study is suggesting that there is a positive perception of the commonness of the city's sidewalks. many people-the cleanliness of the city's sidewalks even if some cities people complained earlier about some sidewalks ogres. now, here is stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >>stanley: correct me if i'm
wrong but a recent study says that san francisco residents going to the streets of san francisco think that is cleaner than the city's own standards. apparently they're not bend of the streets of " people behaving badly " let us look around. while there are clean the streets with the city by the bay there are that have a lot to be desired. while some streets are graffiti covered some have larger issues. this parking meter below is feces. this man just finished using this sidewalk as a public toilet. and to be frank, the things that they are even clean enough to nap on. >> come down here more often, stanley. >>stanley: they are hoping to reallocate the millions of dollars spent to keep the streets clean. let us hope
that the areas that need to be cleaned actually get cleaned. in san francisco, stanley roberts, kron 4 news. >> still to, calhighway 89. through lake tahoe. it looks like winter! with june with 1.5 ft. of snowfall! and a programming change. dr. phil will be on at 4:00 p.m. with a new kron 4 prime-time broadcast at 8:00 p.m.
opened for all moral day. the expected 1.5 ft. of fresh powder 4-memorial day. only $25 per lift ticket which is a great deal for a holiday weekend. $35 at other resorts. squaw valley will be open through monday at $59 = lift ticket. >> i wonder if anybody is thinking about a scheme in during a summer break? let us check-in with jan. if anybody is thinking about skiing? >> i am about family and have never denied it got in the freedom of my country. and i am gay. >> over 200 movies, 230 movies. no. 35. the gay lesbian/transgendered
bisexual film festival. so many great films. her joining us is casey priced the executive director offering lying. and casey- price. the lpg t film festival. >> that is the lesbian and gay bisexual transgendered. lpg t a. >> frame line. i've seen great movies. what a wonderful festival. tell us about the theme this year >> this is the 35th anniversary since 1977. the transgender cinema special section of some of the most exciting so wonderful independent movies. by, for, about the transgender community. the opening night is called 'gun hill r
road' >> i have worked with transgendered people and it is a very heartbreaking and at the same time a celebration if you can make it through. this is one of those movies about it. and chaz bono. yes, that is one of our big movies withhchaz will be on site. >> it is amazing to cool to the process with them. they do not feel as if they have a choice. and >> we feel that this accurately represents the transgender community. they consider themselves in these
films. >> there are some money to talk about. and here is a moment from one assess so- many others. with >> this is a film called " the grove ' the national moral of the monument the national memorial of the aids monument >> jan: the grove is a special place for the aids remembrances and " the framework. so many things have been there in. is, frame line. it is in the san francisco, berkeley. www.
frameline.org what a great festival! and in the next hour, an in-depth look at a great movie, " midnight in paris ". the spirit of the first quarter. and a fashion design of the cannot live with his own success. the spirit of a-also a first grader. thank you, it is called "frameline' >> let us check-in with henry. >> henry: she said that it is 4:30 p.m. and she said i forgot my cheese. inches and where were you?--i forgot my keys. --and that is the name of the book. we're going to be talking to the author of a collection of he
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-genius. -fast. easy. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] quick and easy atm deposits. with bank of america. >> henry: welcome back to kron 4 news this weekend. this book is called " he said what ". >> my similar experience was that the early '80s documentary in a conference. i had a run and with a senator. at the time he was a political observer. an enormous man at the end of the conference was in the hot tub area. and he was wearing one of the largest swimsuits in the world and i jokingly said a man who spoke not of the english. i said to take off your suit.
>> and he said that he could not expose communism parts to a capitalist society. >> henry: many of these are poignant. many of these are infuriating. choose a couple. >> of the alcoholic five arefat- was a verbally abusive. when he was in the hospital they were in a loaroom alone and the irish " flu was the ocala some and he said that i was a lousy father. -the airish flu is referred to as alcoholism. and he turned to
her and said that i was a all father and it opened up the door for her forgiveness. >> the sexual awakening in england in an irish enclave with all of the rules and regulations that had been imposed in to these girls that sexually even existed is ferry, funny. i am trying to think. that amy ferris writes about dropping out of high school, running away at 15 years old and her mother devastated. the father takes her to the airport and she is on the the way to the west coast to join a commune with her boyfriend and organ. he whispers i cannot make your mistakes for you. she was on a weaker-the state of oregon. >> henry: why did you pick what men say to women? >> i must have been the summer 1.5 years ago where i heard somebody say that he
said what? and there is an anthology in the making and i pitched it to my agent. this is it. >> henry: what arnold said to maria [laughter] >> that is an entirely new book. kua[laughter] this is called he said what. women write about moments when everything changed from wonderful offers. do you have any particular favorites? >> somebody broke a or particular essay about a blind date. he walks right to the door and the first says this is not going to work. her response is that you already know that? and maybe it was the fact that all of these housemates were wandering through. maybe the goddess images all over my walls. who knew >> henry: there is so much
material in here. thank you very much. >> my pleasure. >> we will take a break and when we come back will talk about the amazing double life. coming up on kron 4 news this weekend. ♪ [ woman ] sam begged and pleaded... so i sent him to camp. we'd earned lots of points with our new citi thankyou card... and i put them to good use. he told me about his bunkmates, and how he signs up for every activity. ♪ he even hangs out with the camp director. just like that. [ male announcer ] the new citi thankyou premier card gives you more ways to earn points. what's your story? citi can help you write it.
everything this morning cool, cloudy conditions and windy conditions. breaks of sunshine and even sprinkles. the pacific northwest and northern california getting hit by a storm. part of it impacting us with cloud coverage, when the conditions and even pop up showers. in fact, a weather cells just pushed through. a lot of it is evaporated before it hits the ground with light conditions towards oakland. temperatures of side are in the 50s, 54 and santa rosa. mid-fifties for redwood city and concord and a word. this afternoon, only mid '50s. 50s in concord--60s as a high. mid-'60s inland. very cool along half moon bay.
will have your full forecast coming up. and isabel? >> isabel: get ready for major bridge delays caltran is doing some work to get the new section of the bay bridge ready. some lane closures all weekend long. our coverage begins with maureen kelly >> reporter: the most important fact is that the bay bridge will remain open for the holiday weekend. there will be no bridge closure however, overnight may 28th, and sunday may 29th at 8:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. to lower section, only. east, will be able to get through. the westbound will not be impacted. shifting the approach to the toll plaza. take a look at what the bridge lanes look like now, and this is what the will look like when they
are finished. all five lanes moved to the south for the construction on the new eastern span. this is what drivers can expect the detour to look like. perhaps easier to manage the 's' still be 50 m.p.h.. monday, may 30th is expected to open. maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> marty: >> bart also commuters can experience delays. bart crews are doing maintenance work and repair work to electric cables. during that time only the bay point line will be traveling under the bay. you must use a transfer 12 street and oakland. this will continue sunday and monday. >> marty: what we can expect for gasoline? $4.16. and san francisco, $4.40 per
gallon in oakland. those prices-$4 onl.04 >> isabel: in oakland, >> officers in the east bay are investigating weather that high-speed chase was the same who raped and who abducted a woman in oakland hills. reggie kumar. oakland. police say the suspected robber was speeding and lost control of intersection. it jumped this curb. you can see the front tires are nearly gone. they= >> reporter: police are still looking for some possible suspects of involved in these robberies. kron 4 news has learned that some of these items stolen cough syrup with a codeine. drank " this is-with cough syrup with codeine then it make the enough
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>> isabel: 9:0 lead the president is meeting with polish leaders. commemorating jewish freedom fighters and leaving respects at the unknown soldier. he credits poland in the leading successful transition into democratic company country promoting better relations with europe. >> marty: >> the 33rd annual carnivale is the largest multi- recognizes latin america and caribbean culture. this is video from
2009. this year's theme is called " live your fantasy ". 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. and the big parade is tomorrow from 9:30 a.m. and the mission district. bryant/24th. >> isabel: still to come on kron 4 news this weekend. >> bye bye mis american pie >> this is not a dying city. >> marty: henry? >> henry: there are a lot of books about pregnancy but not quite like this one. a double life. part memoir. they're interesting. check it out, on kron 4 news this weekend when we return.
are assessing the damage of this tornado. 156 death toll after a survival recoveries. president obama will stop for a memorial service. >> taking a look at the golden gate with a some clearing throughout this morning. >> marty: let us check-in with our forecast. >> isabel: great. >> janu: with overcast and the south bay and the camera is shaking a bit because it is windy. patchy fog, morning clouds and scattered pop up sprinkles. nothing to major just a bit annoying. breezy conditions mild and sunny and warmer tomorrow. the satellite and ritter show in the pacific northwest and the northern portion of the state getting hit with the system. really
just clouds. isolated, pop of sprinkles. it is starting to warm up in concord. mid- 60s. 57 degrees in los gatos. i told you it was going to be windy, to hang onto your hat to. the futurecast is showing by 12:00 p.m., 25 m.p.h.. by 3:00 p.m., 29 m.p.h. in fairfield and 30 and a san rafael. take a look at 6:00 p.m. up to 35 m.p.h. at a san rafael. 25 m.p.h. in san francisco, 23 m.p.h. in san jose. mild temperatures. 67 degrees and richmond,
vallejo, 62 degrees. low 60s for the east bay. 65 degrees for the los gatos area. your kron 4 7 day around the bay cloudy conditions with sunshine, tomorrow. temperatures cutting back into the 70's. 9:16. >> henry: ella harper is the inspiration for the book that we are going to be talking about. she is the daughter of lee saw harper. lisa catherine harper wrote about her pregnancy discovering motherhood this is the combination of a memoir and a collection of a journey. it is a bit of a different book. and have you read this? >> no. >> it is good >> henry: you talk about changes that i don't
remember reading about and my wife was pregnant. >> correct. and changes i do not remember when i was pregnant. when i got pregnant things changed very quickly. nobody told me how to transform with this was going to be patrick physically, emotionally, and transformative lee. intellectually. >> i was an academic, a writer, and it was transformative. and i started investigating my own pregnancy while i was pregnant. it seems like your internal body organs get a range, blood, everything. >> henry: perceptions that did not come out in your research? >> your perception of time? >> yes! the physical changes were early warnings for the promotional physical and physiological changes. because i was so sick with morning sickness i was
grounded in reality, and the moment. in a with that i'd never been, but for. the pregnancy may be slowed down and take stock of my life. and i was a dancer. >> henry: you were a dancer and pregnancy did not slow down? >> not so much. however, when i was so sick with morning sickness in the have a little bit of sciatica. once i got over those two things i danced. i was dancing the week before i was before giving birth for a with a swing dance, even during the jitterbug. off >> henry: to enjoy that? >> it was okay but i did not think it is that much fu. >> henry: perhaps the pregnancy influenced?
>> politically i did change. one of the things that became clear when i became pregnant because the first nine months is about becoming a mother. it is about the transformation. that is how this book is really different but i realized my home life. the domestic life was much more important than i ever imagines. a lot of research i had done on the feminism became deeply relevant. the radicalism of the domestic state with a whole matter, and a home can be transformative an interesting. and i thought that was never going to quit working. i never thought that i was going to keep from my daughter from getting an education. but i think with undervalued at the domestic state and i think we've done a disservice to women, children, family. for this test to make the home secondary. and i think that does not to anybody any favors. i would like to see those issues, with child
care, flex time, and generally considered women and children issues become a regular issues. >> henry: the body count and with and you realize? >> yes. >> that was one of the things that fascinated me. >> henry: the book is called a double life, discovering motherhood. you can meet lisa. at both smith and the san francisco. that is on june 3rd, 6:30 at www.bookshith.com thank you both. >> marty: still ahead, a aheaa crackdown on high risk sex offenders. >> isabel: a program note
>> isabel: parole agents are still going to get some much-needed help for violent sex offenders. a program that starts next week will, reduce their workload and allow more time in the field. this change is in a response to criticism it faced for poorly tracking. j.c. dugard is a perfect example. the state was sued for 20 million. da lin, explains>> many do not say that these are not being tracked properly. every month, the gps tracking devices receive 60,000 calls to parole agents and many of those of larger for minor problems.
like the battery running low, or if they ran into something. most of the alerts are inconsequential. many of them do not escalate to any parole violation. >> parole agents are spending hours on the computer clearing those alerts. in fact the government reports shows the parole agents only spent 12 percent of their time out in the field. to solve the problem, the department of corrections the started monitoring the violators. with the help of the gps tracking devices the monitoring center will take care of the priority alert. and 40 serious alerts to parole agents. the hope is that more time can be spent on the high risk offenders. >> more home visits, to
visit their work the said and more forced to face- face-to-face time. time. florida>> reporter: 40, texas have similar and florida have similar control centers for the gps tracking problems. and inin the news room, da lin >> marty: big delays possible for bart delays commuters. >> taking a look outside. we're still waiting for about cloud coverage to left. we will be back. to lift
>> isabel: in little bit of blue and peeking through. and lest check with our forecast >> janu: 82, isabel. a live look outside from our roof cam thank you. --mostly cloudy conditions. with 54 degrees in san francisco warming up. 62 in an 56 degrees by 8:00 p.m. temperatures elsewhere, places will be in the 50s. 56 in fairfield. 57 degrees in los gatos. also, windy. those wind gusting conditions details with your forecast. 67 in santa rosa, and richmond, san francisco will see 63. hayward, open,
mid-60s. cool in half moon bay. 67 for san jose. your full forecast is coming up. >> thank you. taking a live look of the bay bridge. some lane closures. caltran is going to work on this new section of the bridge. if how could this impact your holiday. >> a look of the bay bridge as it currently exists. they have to make a right turn, and then a left turn. let me show you the transition will look like from exactly the same position. you can see this curved with the new asphalt are much more gentle as a broader sweeping term. it should be easier for motorists to navigate than this old way. again this is the old one, and this is the example of the
new one. here is exactly how looks on the lower deck of the bay bridge going east. 50 m.p.h., that is the recommended speed and even with these lane changes the will be no reduction in speed. we are approaching the area where the new construction will be in this is exactly what it will look like after more of the weekend with new asphalt. a more gentle curve to the lanes. any changes will have a different type of impact on drivers. it is likely that it could take some time for people to the adjusted to these changes if. kron 4 news. >> delays on bart. some bart customers are going to explore in some ways of of to 40 minutes. one of these tubes to tracks will be closed with a vital
maintenance optics. this is what commuters need to know. >> if you forget everything else? the san francisco bay line you'll be fine. fifth not? " st. that will give you a round. the san francisco is fine. if not, " street, " the street, " street fear. if you forget everything else? >> isabel: that work will continue until sunday night with a crew working for tonight, saturday morning, and saturday night, two sunday morning. >> marty: >> no senior prom for a handful in the santa cruz. punishment for what school officials is the involvement of a white supremacist group. rob fladeboe is also could also mr. of graduation. >> tense, that as how the atmosphere at this high
school on friday. many students wore white shirts and a protest rally on thursday. in support of a handful of students that are wearing clothing associate with the white supremacist group. >> we've been told by local law enforcement that there is an active white pride oriented game in the region. they have indications that they've been recruiting high lough school students. >> reporter: some giving nazi salutes and others are suspected, and swastikas and other hate symbols. >> parents have been notified. . experiencing frustration if. >> reporter: school is committed to the environment free of intimidation. the parents have been notified that this will not be tolerated. >> this is a small amount of children and
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>> we are back, 12:37. a beautiful, striking styling. >> isabel: let us check-in with juan >> janu: partly sunny conditions. partly cloudy and be let us show some clearing with breezy this afternoon and mild temperatures. sunny, warm tomorrow. the satellite /radar is showing that no. range with increasing cloud
coverage and wind picking up. pop-up, isolated activity. these are indicating light sprinkles with nothing to maj. the wind is really going to stick around. the problem is that the wind gust is 20 m.p.h.. 16 and san rafael, and take a look at 6:00 p.m. you are going to want to hang onto your hats. with 35 m.p.h., 25 m.p.h. in san francisco, and those wind is going to last through this evening. temperatures not too cold, with mild and the 60s. 62 degrees in the san rafael. 64 degrees in redwood city. finally, taking a look at the seven day around the bay cloudy conditions but it will be sunny this afternoon. floods
of sunshine in time for the carnivale parade with a slight chance of sprinkles mid-week. 9:38. isabel? >> thank you. progress with the wind driven near lake isabella. hundreds of homes are still threatened. the process of evacuations, with 25 percent containment. luckily, no injuries. >> still ahead, we're going to see what we can expect tomorrow. before that, a live look outside at the bay bridge. a little bit of everything. to not forget those abilities. heavy- westbound onto the bay bridge. will have that, coming up. >> coming up on henry's
>> jan: tony bennett's and a late show from an area performer. first, a fantastic movie not to mess unbelievably good. right now, a new e-book the unleavened truth this is a collection of 18 stories as a very funny almost autobiographical. i would call this that this is a title essay about my father. >> henry: comedy? >> the stories are very funny.
>> jan: funny?. >> the only way i can get these is some difficult things. there are a lot of word play, pun, and you can identify with that are that that also happened to me. it is a great book. >> jan: family story? >> yes, there's a story about my mother, father, brother. and did my mother were alive to read these? i think the issue would disowned me because i'm so honest! [laughter] and if i was also able to write through my feelings from my father. i was able to survive. >> jan: comedy is survival. >> people that cannot laugh. i do not know who they are because they are not wrong to me. few >> jan: laughter is the
internal jockeyin--- jogging hon people get this? >> my publisher is untreed read site and downloand for ipad, kindle and pdf and if you'd like to have something in your hand? were on your computer. fantastic >> jan: 'the unleaved truth ' thank you, carole. and it this has been a long time- thank you- daryyl. woody allen and the genius all of
the woody allen film, midnight in paris. a lot of fun. do not read too much into the details profound question. and lost hollywood screen writer looking for a meeting in paris. with this newlywed. with picasso, oscgertrude stein, and hemingway. and a solid or dolly. a great movie and a salvador dali featured in this movie as a fictitious cameo. >> jan: this is a anecdote to all about one with all about your going to love
this, daryl. a great film. and i know that marty saw this. >> marty: absolutely! it is exactly true what you said i loved it. >> isabel: we are going to go over to henry. >> henry: friends, and going to show you that drippe irrigation could be the answer. >> and also what is wrong about this? [laughter] and they both it meant that it is a great alternative. >> in many circumstances. >> that is the only question, yes, no. and not a total solution and why drip irrigation would work well? for instance, how about a relatively small garden. and you would like to whate'er.
you can buy a small cat like this. and if you'd like to- water-you get this kit-- >> henry: hook this up to respect it or even put a tiger on it. to your spicket an dnail it in and it comes with these connectors called connectors and these emiters, that hold it in the ground and turn on the water and put them at the base of the plants. >> all emiters are not
created equal, drip irrigation is not calibrated in a traditional irrigation system. >> the point is that this is a very small amount. >> yes. and this will spread a nicely. >> and roots are on the going to grow where the soil is moist. they do not grow in dry soil. if this is isolated and focused water going right to the source? >> what have auctions is the dry soil will soak up moisture around it. what action-happens is that you
can see how wet it is. this is already damp. >> you are high! [laughter] >> the problem is as the plants get larger the can outgrow the area. >> henry: trip irrigation can be a great solution. and i have a significant drip irrigation system. i of the small emitters all along the system the each but about 1 gal. per hour. to let it run for 30 minutes. >> if somebody is out with we've been in disturbing the root system get disrupted. however, what i prefer is a drip system with a wider
distribution. if you turn this on. what this is is a traditional lawn sprinkler it it looks like a traditional lawn sprinkler. this covers a large area. it is putting out gallons per minute as opposed to gallons per hour. and the discovery of a larger. i am in short that all the routes are getting water. and i am- insured that all of the tree roots and plant roots are getting what you'rwater--and container gardening? >> speaking of container gardening. not gallons but we are looking at consistency with volume and water for the container to fill it up. just like with a regular garden hose. this can be filled to the top and just move on to put the
problem with a drip irrigation is that you have to adjust the emitters for the containers each are going to have to be adjusted >> henry: you can adjust this? >> there is no correct answer your specific answers and purposes for broadcast irrigation and specific personpurse purposes fr trip. >> henry: what you prefer? >> pacif
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