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on the scene trying to piece together the cobs.--cause. this was no doubt a horrifying experience for spectators and the pilots performing here at travis air for base. we are just outside of the base. its now closed off to the media and the public. while the investigation into the crash continues. here's a photo of the aircraft that crashed during the "thunder over solano" air expo. it was taken by a viewer moments before the accident happened just after two o'clock in the afternoon. the air force says the pilot. 77-year-old eddie andreini, of half moon bay. was performing an inverted maneuver pretty low to the ground. that move is called "cutting a ribbon" when the plane went down. the air force says andreini -- a veteran pilot -- landed upside down. and, from video of the aftermath of the crash. you can see there's a lot of
think black smoke -- and certainly the scene looks grave. the air expo was immediately shut down. about 85-thousand spectators were out here for yesterday's show,. and, the air force believes today's crowd may have been even larger. > > once an aircraft mishap occurs, we will immediately respond to anybody who is hurt on the ground or the runway. > > the air force says the national transportation safety board will lead the investigation into the cause of the crash. including whether or not wind played a role. though, we're told that it wasn't as windy today as it was yesterday. live at travis air force base, philippe djegal, kron four news. a little more information about the man who lost his life on the airfield today. eddie andreini's been flying since he was 16 years old. this is video from previous air
shows - doing inverted maneuvers like the one he performed today. a respected stunt pilot considered one of the greats of aerobatics.from half moon bay, he was inducted into the international air show hall of fame. just last year. eddie andreini was 77. carving his name into the sky.doing what he loved. witnesses say that the air force base had some major winds during the air show. for more on the conditions. here's kron 4's meterologist brian van aken the winds have been strong all weekend long. some of the strongest gusts were at travis air force base. the winds did reach about 40 mi. per hour coming out of the west southwest which is parallel to the runway, actually the favored direction. the gusts were not too bad but that is not out of the question
that they may have played a part in the accident. we have more photos of the crash plus more detailed information on our website. just go to kron 4 dot com. a disturbing discovery at a very popular beach after a body was found earlier today. kron-4's scott rates went to stinson beach and shows us the latest in the investigation and how the body was discovered. some tourists from switzerland when the came across a de- composing body, this is the area it was found it wasn't right on the beach, but a little further up, now investigators are trying figure out who it is and how they ended up here here's looked like, you can park police searching for evidence and taking measurements in the area the marin county sheriffs was first called out to the scene just afternoon on sunday u.s park police then took over the investigation. police say that it looks like the body was there for quite sometime
initially it was in such a state of decomposition police could not determine the gender however now investigators tell me they believe it is the body of man, although they have not been able to i.d that man. i checked with the they tell me that the body was not found near any hiking trials, and the clothing found did not lead investigators to believe this was a hikerthey have not ruled out foul play. two men have been charged with attempted murder after attacking two alameda county sheriff's deputies. police say it happened at an apartment complex saturday night. officials say when the deputies tried to break up a fight between two men.they were attacked by the men and an injured woman. one of the deputies was punched in the face.and the other was put in a headlock. the deputies used a stun gun to subdue the attackers.and arrested them. one of the deputies was sent to
the hospital after the attack. i was scared to. he had this done, and seemed very reckless with it. > > tonight. an elderly couple is still recovering from being held at gunpoint in their home. as kron 4's alecia reid reports, the gunman may have scoped the place out beforehand, then slid in through an open door. >>i did not wanna die, and i knew if i fought him or resisted him i was gonna die. this husband and wife duo says they're lucky to be alive. while cleaning up after lunch saturday, dorothy brunauer heard banging noises in the back room. when she went to check it out, she tells us a gunman had her 91 year old husband bernie up against the wall. >> i came out of the bathroom and there was this man shoving bernie into the wall. the thumps i was hearing was him being shoved into the wall. dorothy says at first glance she realized it was the same man she found sitting on her porch the day before - muttering something she couldn't
understand. >> i thought one of the words might've been job because he was motioning to the yard. i said i don't know what you're talking about and i can't help you. he kept getting agitated like a mentally ill person, not like an angry person. she shut the door in his face, not knowing he'd be back. these victims tell us the gunman walked through the house and took all the money dorothy had in her pursebut that wasn't enough. >> he stripped my hands and i had a pendant with diamonds around it.he broke it right off my neckand he went through the drawers and got the few good things in there. a thousand dollar pearl necklace. dorothy says he helped himself to other jewels including bernie's watch - which a retirement gift. police are searching for a hispanic male between 35-40 years old. 5'7" with an average build. reporting in sunnyvale.
in vallejo. a suspicious house fire that destroyed a converted garage is under investigation. it broke out around 5-30 this morning on lincoln boulevard east. fire crews arrived to find this garage ---which has been redesigned as a living space-- engulfed in flames. luckily no one was injured. fire officials say at one point up to nine people had been living in the converted garage. the property owner says he recently kicked out several people living there.and that led to a heated argument. they were moving their stuff out. we had an argument that morning. they were saying things like i'm not going anywhere. if anyone is going anywhere we're going to burn the place down. i definitely think somebody started that fire. fire officials are calling the fire suspicious.and say they found flammable liquid at the scene.but say the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
happening now. check out this massive fire in guthrie oklahoma. officials are saying that the blaze started as a grass fire. between ten to fifteen different fire departments are working on putting it out. it's currently unknown if there are any injuries or structures that were destroyed. coming up on kron 4 news at 8. an apartment mix up leaves one man dead. we share the details the gunman gave to police. plus. an annual mexican celebration turns into an annual headache for police. the back story behind the racial tensions cinco de mayo brings to the south bay. and then. a circus act goes terribly wrong. the horrific accident caught on tape! wrong. the horrific accident caught on tabulldog: you don't need superpowers to help someone. sometimes, all it takes is a warm heart and a cold nose. that's why mattress discounters good deed dogs is raising money to train service dogs for people with disabilities. i would never imagine a life without an assistance dog ever again. i relied on people a lot. he helps me live a more independent life.
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winds. that system moves out tomorrow and we seek clearing but also stronger winds on tuesday. maybe even 45 mi. per hour in places. part of the system does move up north to washington and oregon and part of it will also move southbound. however most of it will move i sierras, the north bay has the greatest chance of some showers. whatever we do see will be light with a very spotty. it will be '60s midweek getting warmer towards the end of the week. the n-b-a preparing to make a
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a circus performance goes terribly wrong in providence, rhode island sunday afternoon. injuring eleven people, including nine performers. for more on the story, here's mary ellen hopkins. emergency crews rushed to the dunkin' donuts center in downtown providence.after a barnum and bailey circus stunt went wrong. this video shows the tragic moment eight acrobats hanging from a circus hoop by their hair fall to the ground. the stunt is called the medeiros hair hang act. at first i thought it was the act. we see them doing acrobats with their hair. i was worried for the people, for their welfare, hopefully they are alright. the general manager of the touring circus held back tears while talking about the injured performers. we ask everyone to pray for the
girls and everyone on the act. several parents said thankfully their children didn't know the seriousness of what had happened. she didn't even know what happened which i am glad so. ya you worry cause its a bunch of kids. they don't know. they did good by dimming all the lights. barnum and bailey says safety tests are done routinely on their equipment.and they don't know what went wrong. this apparatus had been used for multiple performances each week since this show launched back in january. now barnum and bailey along with local authorities are investigating the incident. this shouldn't happen and we'll get to the bottom of why it happened, and make sure it doesn't happen going forward. i'm mary ellen hopkins according to officials one person remains in critical condition, while ten others do not have life threatening injuries. the show will be in providence through monday. but ringling bros. and barnum bailey haven't made a decision on canceling their upcoming performances. a 26 year old man was shot to death after walking into the
wrong apartment in his building. after a night out, neighbors say the man went to the third floor of the south of market building, instead of the 5th floor. that's when the 68 year old man inside apartment 306 shot him to death. the shooter told people in the building the man broke his door knob while trying to get in. he later turned himself into police. anxiety is building over concerns shared by residents and police. that the racial tensions on display at a cinco de mayo celebration a few years ago. which you see here. will play out again monday in morgan hill. a protest and counter protest are planned. and police fear, so- called 'outsiders' will make their presence known. kron four's rob fladeboe brings you up to date on the story. those who thought the at times contentious controversy that erupted here at morgan hill's live oak high school on cinco de mayo back in 2010 has blown over may want to think again. come monday, the flap over the american flag will be re-visited but it's hoped cooler heads will prevail this time.
that heated argument between white and hispanic kids was one of several ugly incidents that occurred after a handful of white students were sent home for wearing american flag shirts to school on cinco de mayo, which offended hispanic students, who walked out of school. the kids who wore the t shirts filed a still pending lawsuit claiming their 1st amednment rights were violated. >>georgine scott-codiga/gilroy morgan hill patriots we are supporting the first amendment for freedom of speech. we believe in the freedom of speech in. we believe in the right to peaceful assembly. the patriot group is planning a protest outside the school on monday while a group called 'we the people' is planning a counter protest. morgan hill high alert. >> capt. shane palsgrove/morgan hill police
we're here to ensure that people's freedom of speech is not interrupted but that the safety of our students remains intact. police and school officials are calling for calm but some live oak parents are worried and will keep their kids out of school on monday. >>andrea caraselli/live oak parent just in case. i do not want have to worry about it. i want to go to school and know she is safe. police also say they're been in contact with out of town motorcycle groups and other planning to join the demonstrations.adding that they will be enforcing a strict zero tolerance policy for anyone who gets out of line. in morgan hill rob fladeboe kron 4 news. the morgan hill police department released this statement about tomorrow's rallies.saying quote: "despite the contrary message that has been depicted, there will be no counter protest. both groups conducting demonstrations on cinco de mayo.have worked cooperatively with law enforcement. the school district, and each other to ensure that the safety of our students, faculty, and community remains intact."
bay area police are warning of a huge d-u-i crack down this weekend. with so many people celebrating cinco de mayo tomorrow they want you to be aware. the d-u-i taskforce have said that checkpoints will be all over the bay area tomorrow. if you are going to celebrate tomorrow with a cerveza or margarita. public transit, a taxi, or ride sharing sound like the way to go. el cerrito police are cracking down on distracted drivers. police say in april --- they ticketed hundreds of drivers for using their cell phone while driving. in total.police issued more than 600 citations as part of "distracted driving awareness" month. more than 450- of those tickets were for people talking or texting on their phone while driving. and that ticket is going to cost you. first-time offenders are fined 161-dollars. but repeat offenders face a 281-dollar ticket. police say they take distracted driving seriously.as people who use their phones while driving are four times as likely to get into an accident. a massive manhunt is underway for a california fire chief accused of killing his fiance. police believe 55-year-old
orville fleming stabbed his fiance thursday before fleeing the scene. authorities warn fleming --- who may have been injured during the confrontation -- could be armed. fleming is about six feet tall and weighs 190 pounds. the los angeles clippers franchise is getting a new leader. with owner donald sterling banned from the league for life over racist audio recordings. the n-b-a announced that it's appointing a new c-e-o to oversee the team's day-to-day operations. a move that shelly sterling -- donald's wife and the team's co-owner -- now supports. the clippers beat the goldenstate warriors in their first-ever playoff game 7 at home saturday night. next. a dangerous stampede leaves dozens injured at a las vegas hotel. what set off all the chaos.
san francisco has its share of problem intersections, but one in particular, has so much going on. many say, it's no wonder that it took this long to be featured by stanley roberts.so here it is tonight. in this edition of people behaving badly. segways are only permitted to be used on the street and they must follow traffic rules and
not run red lights even whild carrying a dog , well in a perfect world anyway. but we're not in a perfect world we are at 6th and market street in san francisco where taylor begins and golden gate ends its an intresting intersection because if its rolls or walks there is an extremely good chance that it will be highlighted in this edition of people behaving badly there is a constant stream of drivers blowing the red light in almost all directions like the drivver os this white car the driver of this silver lexus heading down taylor followed shortly by the white toyota the list of red light runners in vehicles goes on and on in many cases the red light runner get stuck in the intersection . i hope sfpd solos are taking note . soooooo toss in all the red light runners with a few wandering pedestrians wheather they are pulling something or just plain lolly gagging in the street it's a
recipe for disaster there have been collisions and pedestrian related crashes here, to be honest 6th and market is not a new problem its has been bad here for years and we simply can't leave out the destracted drivers with their cells glued to their hands also trying to navigate this circus of traffic which incudes illegal left hand turns in city issued vehicles, and blocking the crosswalk in a bus im here because kron has a new feature named my kron 4 story where you can actually get on tv if we pick your segment, or in this case not get on tv in san fran francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news it was a kron4 viewer who tipped us off to this issue. here on our website there's an easy way to let us know what's happening near where you live or work. just click on the my kron4 story tab. scroll down.and you can submit your idea.none is too big or too small.
and you can also watch other my kron4 stories we've recently done. we always love hearing from coming up at 8:30. an air show crash leaves on person dead and investigators looking for answers. the developing details in the fairfield crash and the images audience members captured. plus -- the health department versus whole foods. tonight: the latest twist to a breezy winds coming in tonight and you be really feeling of the breeze with a hazy over kacast.
philippe what's the latest? we have been told that the national transportation safety board is on its way to the air force base now to investigate the cause of the crash. we can see this video taken by one of the spectators. the crash sent a lot of thick black smoke into the air. it happened around 2:00 this morning while thousands of people were looking on. the u.s. air force says the pilot 77 year-old eddy of half moon bay was behind the wheel performing inted maneuver called"in at a ribbon". that was when the plane crashed creating, a horrifying scene for those looking on. it is being
described as a very devastating tragedy. > > nobody wants to see an accident like this and our hearts go out to his family and friends and his crew who have been working together for many years. > > we are told that the 77 year-old has been flying since he was 16 years old. he also has more than 25 years of experience in these airshows. so they are very curious to find out what may have caused this accident. > >we'll continue to follow this story online. you can get the latest information at any time. just visit our website kron4-dot-com. and if you're on the go. download the kron4 app on your mobile device. new information tonight about maggots in the meat case at the whole foods in san francisco's noe valley. kron 4 first reported on this story now, following another inspection, kron 4's dan kerman talks to the health department about how the grocer has responded to the situation.
inspectors with the san francisco department of public health returned to the whole foods market in noe valley for a third time in less than a week, to reinspect the meat deparment this after maggots were discovered in the meat case two mondays ago. richard lee/s.f. dept of environmental health: whole foods has done everything we have asked them to do. richard lee, the acting director of the department of environmental health says that includes setting up new cleaning procedures including cleaning two floor drains that could be the source of the maggots richard lee/s.f. dept of environmental health: they're going to be doing deep cleaning every week which they weren't doing initially whole foods told the health department they had found only one dead maggot on that monday days later, after kron 4 began its investigation, whole foods admitted there were several live maggots richard lee/s.f. dept of environmental health: it disturbed me that what the story that was first told to our inspector was not what really happened whole foods has maitained that despite the discovery of maggots "the health department
confirmed that there was never a public health risk." not exactly says the health department richard lee/s.f. dept of environmental health: we don't know if there was a health hazard of not lee says that's because they inspected three days after the maggots were discovered and cleaned up richard lee/s.f. dept of environmental health: if there was a potential adulteration or contamination we would remind whole foods they should not be selling food. whole foods won't comment on that only issuing this statement saying "we have high quality, sanitation and food safety standards. we conduct routine third-party audits to make sure we meet our own standards and exceed those of the health department. our top priority is to ensure this issue does not happen again." standup dan kerman: going forward, the health department says there could be additional inspections of this market, but with just 25 inspectors and more than 5500 food establishments to visit twice each year, that is something they can't confirm at this time. dan kerman kron 4 news
a san jose state university football player. critically burned in a fire. kron 4's maureen kelly spoke to the young man's family at their home in martinez, where they remain hopeful for his full recovery. so far there is good news about the latest surgery so good so dr galvez says that everything went well? erin hall is getting the good news from his wife about his stepson.20 year jared leaf's latest surgery. this was jared's second operation since last wednesday's fire burned his san jose apartment. it's believed an unattended candle sparked that blaze. jared.who is a linebacker for the san jose state spartans.was awoken from a back bedroom and ran thru the flames to get to safety.but as a result he suffered second degree burns over 60 percent of his body. his family and friends say he's been on a ventilator and under sedation to deal with all of the pain that he's in. bite
doctors normally say that with wounds like this in, it burns even once this field. jared is a double major in communications and drama.with dreams of playing professional sports, and possibly acting or being a sports broadcaster in his future. the doctors are optimistic about his recovery.and his family beilives that the four point o student's character will help thru the tough road he has ahead. his death gunfighter. he is definitely going to want to come back. i think he's going to want to come back before the doctors want him to. > > if there is something to be done he will do it and he will do it better than everyone else. > >.but he's going to need many more weeks in the hospital.and more surgeries.and rehabilation.friends have set up a facebook page as a way to raise money for the mounting bills to cover those costs.and to replace everythign that was lost in the fire. they say there has been a tremendous outpouring of support for the popularbite
in las vegas.tension from a saturday night boxing match spilled over outside the ring. some sort of an altercation broke out last night as crowds were leaving the fight between floyd mayweather and marcos maidana. it happened at the m-g-m grand. according to the las vegas sun.a loud bang caused people to panic.thinking it was gunshot. several people were trampled as a stampede of fans tried to exit the hotel. officials also say some tried to push their way into the press room during a post-fight news conference. and that's when a fight happened. i saw some people getting shoved. i saw some people getting shoved far back. i didn't see anyone get knocked down. i didn't see anything like that, but it was crazy for a couple of minutes when it happened. dozens of people were treated for minor injuries.including foot sprains and back injuries. the nigerian president is speaking out about a the mass kidnapping in his country. almost three hundred girls were kidnapped about two weeks ago by islamic extremists. the country is fighting an uprising by the islamic group.
hundreds enjoyed today's nice weather by heading to san francisco's sunday streets. today's event took place in the bayview and dogpatch neighborhoods. we saw dozens of people out riding bikes, jogging and taking part in activities along streets that were closed to traffic for five hours today. sunday streets encourages outdoor excerise we found plenty of people doing just that. it was a great day to enjoy the outdoor weather and a great way to enjoy in safety. we are so thrilled that they have this. every this if you missed your chance to take part today the next sunday streets is june 8th along the great highway. there goes a kite up into the sky. a great day to go
kiteflying with winds around 20 to 30 mi. per hour which, is not as strong as guest today.. check this. those high clouds on the tail end of a weather system that is a riding tomorrow. this weather system could bring a few showers for the north bay into tomorrow's afternoon. temperatures in the upper 40's and north bay. it will warm up in the afternoon, but not as much as we have seen today. it will be windy and cooler with winds up to 35 mi. per hour and temperatures into the '60s. there may be a few spotty showers in south bay as we get clipped by this weather system. sunny skies and windy conditions with the winds ramping up even
more, up to 45 m.p.h. again on thursday. we also have another weather system arriving with a slight chance of rain but temperatures will be down. south bay has lower temperatures tomorrow with clouds and light winds. we will have low 60 temperatures which are running in that below average range. tuesday in the south bay has sunshine with a gusty wind. it will be the windiest day but still wendy on wednesday and into thursday, with a slight chance of rain on thursday. it will be a slight warm up into the weekend going happened to the '80s. > >
a party so epic it starting trending on twitter. photos of just how many teens packed into this mansion. and why the party's host could fae charges. details coming up. [doorbell rings] hey. hey. what's this? it's u-verse live tv. with at&t u-verse... you can watch live tv from your device. hey. hey. anywhere in your home. [doorbell rings] hey. hey. so you won't miss a minute of the game.
state water managers conducted their final snow survey of the season this week. and the news is bleak. to say the least. kron 4's charles clifford has details. on thursday morning, just off highway 50, not far from lake tahoe, a snow survey team with the california department of water resources found 0 inches of snow at phillips station. a month ago, this same spot was a winter wonderland, but now these fields are dry and only small patches of fading snow linger amongst the trees. the little bit of snow that is scattered in and amongst the trees is the results of the storm last friday. prior to that that snow would not have been here either. the situation isn't much better any where else in california. in the northern sierra the snowpack is at just 7 percent of
average for this time of year, it's at 24 percent in the central sierra and the southern sierra has only 18 percent. when that meager amount of snow melts, it won't be nearly enough to refill california's already depleted rivers and reservoirs. it's clearly been a very disappointing year in term of any water supply recovery coming off dry years last year and the year before. now we are very concerned of course about what might happen next season. also on thursday, the us drought monitor released an updated map of drought condition across the country. here in california, our dry conditions have remained unchanged from last week. about a quarter of the state, including five counties here in the bay area, are dealing with exceptionally dry conditions. in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news. more than one thousand teens crowded into mansion under construction in ontario, canada saturday night. they trashed the place before police broke up the party. calivin to has the story.
it had all the makings of a party at a nightclub. the crowd, the music, the drinks. but this chaotic scene actually came from a family home in brampton. a 5000 square foot mansion under construction open for one epic house party that spiraled out of control. there was just kids coming in packs of 10, 20 literally no room to walk in the house. from my window i could see there was literally no room to walk in the collapse--house. the house, crammed with more than 15-hundred people the party so big, it began to trend on twitter. by the time police arrived, there were 200 cars lined up and down the street. teens posing with cruisers. making a mockery of a crowd control nightmare. there was a potential, a real potential for something to happen something deadly. peel officers from all divisions responded to the scene police say several of them were assaulted resulting in a number of arrests. others were detained for public intoxication. the morning after this peaceful neighborhood is
back to normal but the house looks like it survived a natural disaster. everything is completely trashed, broken windows, stair railings are broken. outside, the grounds are littered with filth. beer cans, cell phones the remains of a night gone wild. in total, 70- thousand dollars worth of damage. and no doubt a post party hangover one homeowner won't soon forget. an investigation is now on going, police are looking to hear from neighbors about possible property damage, in the meantime it's too early to tell right now if there will be any charges against the homeowner or her son. another big theme for today is going to be putting people first. this blue banner that we often
see on our mobile devices can be turned off. a lot of hats are asking you to log in with your face book could---credentials which gives the appier private information. face book is now creating a way to a value to sign in without giving out your. private your > > how many times have you wanted to sign into an act just to try it out your. not ready to sign in with? her real with identity. face book is creating a way to sign up i anonymously so you can sign in without having. decreed a havina password.
we will provide an anonymous identifier although we do not tell the cap who you are. so you can sign in anonymously without the app knowing who you are for the first time. this allows you to try apse without fear and you can then the sign in as yourself once you are more comfortable with that at. > > i think this is great because it allows people to move forward with greater privacy and be more comfortable on line. and if you'd like to connect with gabe slate. you can add him on facebook, follow him on twitter. or email - slate-at-kron4-dot- just a week away from mother's day. and this year americans will be spending a little less on a special gift for mom. the national retail federation released a survey predicting. people will spend an average of just under 163 -dollars. that's down from nearly 169- dollars last year. according to this survey, some of the most popular mother's day gifts are -- cards, flowers, sweaters and blouses.
we gave you a sneak peek last night of this year's white house correspondents' dinner community's joel mchale hosted the event. and he held nothing back. scott thompson highlights some of the evening's best one- liners. washington's annual white house correspondents' dinner was held saturday night. the event has been hailed as the "nerd prom" and draws famous faces in politics, journalism, hollywood and sports. unsurprisingly, the botched healthcare-dot-gov rollout was this year's hot topic. we rolled out healthcare.gov, that could've gone better. in 2008, my slogan was "yes we can," in 2013 my slogan was "control alt delete." "mr. president you have to admit, and you already have, the launch of healthcare.gov was a disaster. it was so bad. it was bad. i don't even have an
analogy because the website is now the thing people use to describe other bad things." john boehner's tan was roasted. "right now, joe is elbow deep in jalapeno poppers and talking to a construction cone he thinks is john boehner." "these days, the house republicans actually give john boehner a harder time than they give me, which means orange really is the new black. president obama took fox news to task. let's face it fox, you're going to miss me when i'm gone. it'll be harder to convince the american people that hillary was born in kenya." and mchale addressed the gender pay gap. hillary clinton has a lot going for her as a candidate. she has experience, she's a natural leader, and as our first female president, we could pay her 30 percent less. that's a savings this country could use! i'm scott thompson reporting. may the fourth be with you.
sometimes, all it takes is a warm heart and a cold nose. that's why mattress discounters good deed dogs is raising money to train service dogs for people with disabilities. i would never imagine a life without an assistance dog ever again. i relied on people a lot. he helps me live a more independent life. bulldog: we need your help to do more. give at mattressdiscountersdogs.com, or any mattress discounters. mattress discounters good deed dogs helping dogs help people this weekend at the movies. the amazing spiderman 2 caught audiences in its web! the superhero flick dominated the box office its opening weekend. the other woman, starring cameron diaz, leslie mann, and kate upton trailed behind at number two. and heaven is for real, starring greg kinnear, held on to the number three spot again this
week. > > hey luke. may the force be with you. hey star wars fans! may the fourth be with you. the fourth of may has become a day to geek-out and celebrate star wars! this year it's a little more special than most. last week disney announced the new cast of episode seven. here's more on what's in store for a galaxy far, far, away. nats this is what started it all - the star wars movie with harrison ford as han solo. carrie fisher as princess leia. and mark hamill as lukenats after all these decades the original star wars cast including darth vader, cp30, r-2d2 and chewbacca. will be coming back for star wars 7. that announcement from disney which bought lucasfilm and the star wars franchise two years ago. shooting starts in just a few
weeks. and the stars plus a new crop of unknown actors are already in london getting ready. composer john williams, who has written scores for all six "star wars" films, will also create the music for the newest. star wars 7 is scheduled to open around the world on december 18, 2015 can't wait for the new one. we'll keep you posted on filming. stay tuned for sports night live coming up with jason and bipp roberts' that's it for the kron 4 news at 8. stay connected with kron 4 and get latest news developments at kron4.com or download one of our mobile apps. our next newscast is tonight at