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feed interruption. >> the ball moving tonight was the best it's been all series. when you go down early in the gail, it builds your confidence even more. >> now with labron james and cleveland, they're playing game 3, could go up 3-0 on atlanta, i don't think it's too early to go, hey, lebron versus curry, that very well could happen in the finals. they have to wait until monday to finish off the rockets, but
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what a show. curry is flat out dynamite. >> official watch pa rty at pete's tavern was a sea of blue and gold where fans wanted to show team spirit and they're excited about what's coming up next for the warriors. >> i'm expecting we're going to close it down before game 5. i feel receipty good -- pretty good. >> blowout. win it all, wen a sweep. i've -- win a sweep. i'm a die hard fan, number 1, that's all you can say. >> i'm totally amped, the warriors are going to sweep the series. un thinkable after game 2! we're winning, baby! >> if you want to enjoy more on the warriors game 3 victory or send us your photos, visit
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kron4.com. let's take you outside, turn our attention to the weather this morning. a little bit of gray in san francisco and other parts of the bay area. embarcadero, meteorologist brian has a first look at our forecast. >> good morning. unlike yesterday, sunshine a little more quickly today. as a result, temperatures warm up he is specialtiy into the -- especially into the east bay valley. for san francisco and oakland, clouds hanging on until the early afternoon. not much in the way of change bay side. for the coast, another gray day, temperatures stuck in the 50s. for antioch and concord, mid to upper 70s, close to 80. warmer into the south bay, san jose, mid-se ents. these -- mid-70s. san are fran and oakland where -- san francisco and oakland, about the same as yesterday.
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low to mid-60s. now, gooding into the rest of -- going into the rest of this holiday weekend, clouds back in full force for memorial day with slow clearing, with even no clearing for san francisco and oakland. it may stay gray all the way through the afternoon. temperatures will tool. tuesday pretty much the same, but as we xwo through the week, warm -- go through the week, warmup coming our way. police have arrested a 30-year-old man following a triple homicide at a north oak land home. that shooting happened on the 900 block of 54 street at 2:45 saturday afternoon. photos from the scene. suspect barricaded at the house when officers arrived, but he eventually walked outside and was taken into custody. three men were found shot to death inside the house. the suspect's name not released and still under investigation
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this morning. the san mateo bridge remains closed, the second of two. repaving the surface. skos rates was -- scott rates was there looking at it and how its affecting this holiday weekend railroads bumper to bumper --. >> reporter: bumper to bumper. this after the second of two closures on the san mateo bridge for routine maintenance. i want to show you what happened out here saturday afternoon. crews hard at work. that machine is the machine they're laying down the concrete with. i'm toild that the original -- told that the original pavement on the bridge dates whack to 19 -- back to 1967, so that's the reason for the upgrades. and the pavement isn't the only thing to get an upgrade.
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>> we're making sure the drains, cleared, electrical upgrades. there is yiet a light -- quite a light going on. >>reporter: the total cost of the project is $39 million out there. by the way, i chektd with caltrans -- checked with caltrans and asked if they expected to make their targeted time to p open the bridge, which was 5:00 monday morning and they tell me everything is on schedule. reporting in hayward, scott rates, kron 4 news. no bart service between college station and fruit vail today. it's the latest in a series of closures on that track. crews using the time to repair the track. bart offering a free bus fare instead. coming up on kron 4 news weekend, protests erupt following a not guilty verdict against a police officer in cleveland. we'll tell you which star
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athlete is stepping up to urge the at this to remain calm -- to remain call snoou why a popular lake off limits this weekend. how san francisco is planning to commemorate memorial day this weekend. my kery see stoms evy da
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. we're back on kron 4 news weekend. hundreds of veterans expected to visit san francisco for a special memorial day share moany. fort mily to mon or the -- to honor the crew of the uss san francisco. marines killed in action in the battle. looking at video posted on ub tube when it -- u tube when it returned. john r stevens from concord will be honored at the 2015 marine of the year. national news, three people
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in cleveland are recovering after being pulled from this burn building saturday nielt. heavy -- night. heavy flames and smoke coming out of the window. the building on fire houses apartments, laundromat and tire store. no word on the victims or the cause of the fire. tech reporter gabe slate. it's finals time. chances are you are crunching on homework. i have discovered a great mobile app to help students and parents with homework. stay tuned, that's next on kron.
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. we've been dealing with a weather system over the past several days. been making for a lot of wet weather in the sierra for the afternoon. showers and thunderstorms and actually beneficial rain. some places in the sierras picking up two to three inches
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of rain in the past seven days and up into the northern mountains, a couple spots with close to five inches. this system is going to slowly pull out to the east over the next few days and we'll see a warming trend through the week ahead. fog tracker this morning, low clouds in the bay, east bay valley, south bay too and north bay with clearing taking place a little faster. sunshine sooner and temperatures will respond. warm up a little bit over yesterday. about five degrees east bay valley and into the south bay. 9 a.m. clouds by the bay, but those go out to the ocean for the afternoon. beach day is going to be gray all the way through the day. even clouds hanging out through stan fran through much of the -- san francisco through much of the afternoon. look for low to mid-70s. warmer readings in the east bay. close to 80 for antioch and
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pittsburgh. concord mid-70s. 6 tease by the -- 60s by the bay. mid to upper 70s for the north bay. for monday, memorial day, three to five degrees cooler. extra clouds. tuesday fairly cloudy also as we look at stormtracker. through the week, less fog, more shun shine, and warming -- sunshine and warming trend. upper 70s and low 80s toward the end of the week. more weather headlines in texas. record breaking rain soaked the area saturday sending water on to roadways. national weather service predicts significant flooding along the river. from the national weather service. they've cautiously backed up a
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little bit, but until we see what this rain is going to do, everything is a guesstimate. issuing florida flood watch and warning for that river until further notice. back here in the bay, blue algae bloom has closed a swimming pool in the area and we spoke with frustrated residents. >> reporter: it's memorial day weekend and the if i can nick areas -- the picnic areas filled up quickly. barbecues are going, but the beach is empty. it's clouded with blue algae. >> this is the worst i've seen it in a while. >> reporter: the it was i disappointment -- it was a disappointment to these young girls, we really wanted to swim. >> reporter: they spent the day scooping up thick masses of algae at the beach. it can produce toxins to those
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exposed to it. it can cause abdominal cramps, rashes and allergic reaction to those who come in contact with it. people aren't the only ones at risk. >> with algae, it's contagious towards the dogs if they don't have a special shot for it, it can make them sick. >> reporter: park owners alerting pet owners to keep dogs on a leash. >> a lot of tank elz, it's not good at al's. >> reporter: makes fushinging tougher as far as -- fishing tougher as far as pulling a lure through them. >> clean him, take him home and fry him. >> i love fishing. i love it. >>reporter: and young girls will find a way to get wet. >> we're going to do a water balloon fight. >> reporter: in fremont, jeff
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pierce. tech report with gabe slate. >> it's finals time, lots of homework, lots of studying and challenging questions. i've discovered a great new mobile app that can help students and their parents with homework. this is a great resource for any student from middle school through college. >> here i've got a joe audiometry -- geometry problem that i need to solve for x that i'm having problems with. >> jerome is a san francisco state university student cramming for problems. he's using a mobile app that gives you help with tutors. you take a picture and send it out. within seconds, a tutor on the other end sends out the answer and is a detailed explanation. >> so x is 6.71. i like ou fast it is and in a way -- i hike how fast it is and in a way it's like snapchat.
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i'm used to help. >> quick help when you need it, a life line. you can take pictures off your laptop screen or books. >> whatever is stum pg you. help is out there. if pictures can't resolve it, you can do a quick snap session which opens up a real time, live video chat with a tutor who can help you work through the problem. you'll actually see the and hear the tutor work through the problem so you can interact with them. it's the closest thing to in-person tutor. it's for middle school students all the way through college, undergrad and graduate work. with your tech trends, gabe slate. the giants looking to stay on a roll during a doubleheader in colorado. and the as back on the winning track.
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we have highlights on both games after the break. live look at the bay bridge. overcast skies, not much traffic to speak of yet this early sunday morning. we'll be right back.
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chevron with techron. care for your car. why i sawake? diyou know yr brain s a ke stem... ana sleep syem? scnce sugges when diyou know yr brain su ha insomnia, . we're back on kron 4 news weekend. bay area baseball after a two hour rain delay in colorado, the giants took on the rockies in the first of a doubleheader on saturday. big game for bran krau don crawford -- brandon crawford. final 10-8 and chris heston picked up the win. all ten of the giants runs came with two outs in the first game. it tied the team's longest winning streak in 11 years. let's move ahead to game 2 in colorado, also didn't go
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quite as well for the giants. started out with this rain delay in colorado. the rockies snapping the giants winning streak with a 5-3 victory yesterday. homers and driving in runs for the rockies. this time marked the fiers time that the giants trailed by one than one 1 since may 8th. tim hudson on the mound for the jants. first pitch at 1:10. the oakland a's able to pick up a win. sam fuld for the a's drooifd in two00 drive in two runs as they beat them in a shutout. ?re@pí.pmw they'll try to make it two in a ppf6jqwmks morning. first pitch set for 10:10. take i outside for the live
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.tsidezvç2s morning. a lot of overcast and fog there at the golden gate bridge. we'll have the full forecastl%| coming up in just a few minutes.
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. welcome back to kron 4 weekend. the embarcadero, a little bit of a gray start this morning to the city and other parts of the bay area. let's get the holiday weekend forecast from meteorologist brian. >> good morning. clouds to deal with this morning, but unlike yesterday, sunshine a little more quickly. temperatures warm up especially into the east bay valley, some five degrees cooler in some locations. but for san francisco and oakland, clouds hanging on until the early afternoon. not much in the way of way bay side. for the coast, another gray day and temperatures stuck in the 50s. but for antioch and concord, mid to upper 70s, close to 80.
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warmer into the south bay, san jose into the mid-70s. notice these up about five degrees. san francisco and oakland where we have the clouds for much of the day with breaks of sunshine, about the same as what we had why he had with low to -- we had yesterday with low to mid-60s. going into the rest of the holiday weekend, clouds back in full force for memorial day with slow clearing, with even no clearing for san francisco and oakland. it may stay grai all the way through the -- gray all the way through the afternoon. temperatures stay cool. warming up in the week, though. i'll talk about that later on. police arrested five people and arrested 47 people in oakland last night. taking a look at helicopter video from our partner. it started at franco gal a plaza. no one was injured and no property was damaged. those protests come after a
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judge in cleveland ruled that an officer was justified in killing two unarmed black suspects. we first broke this story yesterday morning on kron 4 news weekend. the demonstrations in cleveland started almost immediately after the judge's verdict. kron 4's alecia reid has more on the reaction to that verdict. >>reporter: not guilty on all charges. that's the verdict the judge happeneded case in the -- handed down in the case of police officer michael brelo. in tears as he delivered the verdict. >> that's my baby cousin. >> we have no justice. >>reporter: the families of timothy russell and melissa williams are outrage theed. -- outraged. they were killed in 2012.
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officers thought the noise was caused by gunfire. prees mooes chase dsh -- police chased went up to 100 miles an hour. >> they simply let them have it. >>reporter: when the chase ended accord gs to the prosecutor, about 12 officers fired 137 shots at williams' car after the others stopped shooting, officer brelo stood on the hood of the car and let off 15 more rounds. >> officer brelo risked his life that night. >> we want justice! . >> reporter: protestors tried pushing their way into the courthouse, but officers held them at bay. >> keep it down and if you want to march or whatever, protest, do that.
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but no violence, please. >> we encourage and support peaceful protest, understand that actions that cross the line, whether by police officers or citizens, cannot and will not be tolerated. >> that was alecia reid reporting for us this morning. 71 people were arrested during that demonstration in cleveland last night. meantime one of the city's biggest sports stars is urging home city to stay calm. lebron james speaking with reporters after a teamworkout saturday, encouraging the city to channel their energy into cheering on the cavaliers in the playoffs. >> it's about trying to fiepd a solution for good or bad. for me and in any case for anything that goes on in our world, only people that we should be worried about is the family that's lost loved ones. you can never get them back and it should be about the families and how they're doing, things of that nature. for the city of cleveland, let's use our excitement or whatever passion that we have for our
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sport tomorrow, for the gim tomorrow night -- game tomorrow night. heart broken people joined to bury the student murdered a week ago. max rusk was laid to rate. >> a shining star who could brighton anyone's day. that's how he was described. his girlfriend saying, quote, he was my future husband, my protector, and he always will be. >> hurting to see that i'm not going to see him one last time or kiss him because, you know, he was my one and only. and seeing him in the casket breaks my heart. >>reporter: the crowd exceeded 400 people inside the church of jesus christ of latter-day saints . our cameras weren't allowed inside of the service, but max's family reacted shortly after the
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ceremony. >> my heart powers out to everybody because they have been there through thick and thin. if it's not food, it's something else. it's love, it's everything and i want to say thank you to the community and to max's friends and to you guys, channel 4, because i really appreciate that. me and jim, we really appreciate you guys. because if it wasn't for you guys, it wouldn't be out there. >> reporter: two people have been arrested for the shooting death of max rusk, bringing some peace to the family. he was killed on may 14th, not far from jesse bethel high school. >> he was very liked. funny, used to draw really good. he was just a really good boy. had a great heart. used to make bow and arrows when he was a little boit because i'm -- boy because i'm native american. he was the best little boy ever. >>reporter: following the funeral, taken to skyview medical yell lawn in vallejo.
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people who live in remote areas of san mateo asking people to keep close eye on their pets. house cat wounds consistent with a mountain line a track -- lion attack. that's north of half-moon bay. no reports of the sighting, but the department of fish and wildlife notified. big carnival parade kicks off this morning in san francisco mission district. video from past parade, hundreds of thousands of people planning to attend. planning to enjoy the performance of music and dance groups. it starts in about two hours at 24th and bryant street. bay area musician sheila e is year's grand marshall. locking at detroit what used
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to be a tanker truck it burst into glamz about 5 -- flames 5:45 this morning. fortunately no injuries reported. the driver able to get out safely. he says he believes there was some sort of mechanical issue that caused the fire. >> we remember those --. we remember those who paid the ultimate price tore our country -- for our country. how the pentagon gone is honoring children whose parents were killed in the line of duty. first, getting ready for swimsuit season. vicki liviakis shows us how the to eat out healthy on this morning's dish.
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vicki liviakis. >> you're dining out but on a diet? what do you do? she's a foot shrink who loves to eat, like me. >> you'll eat anything, you're left arm. slim and trim now, but not always. >> i say my second brain is in my stomach. >> she shared her story about yoe yoe dieting and keeping the weight off. now she's on dine and dish. first off, don't go out starving to death. >> you don't want to go to a restaurant overly hungry. that is a big land mine. it's like fear of missing out eating leads to that food coma. >> we're often thinking about the next bite and we haven't finished the bite in our mouth. >> eating is a race. slow down so you are your body can register when it's full. often when you're with company you get in that mez miranda
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eyeing hand to mouth position. >> share and share alike. >> split even tries. >> no shame in a doggy bag. >> this is usually where the rubber meets the road. what do you do when you're confronted with this sort of sun dae. >> permission to eat the sun dea. >> visit mine p -- vitamin mresher. >> if you do blow it, no guilt. happy dining. coming up, 2014 registration tab. >> there is an easy way to go from driving to a taxi in just a few minutes. i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly.
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. good morning, welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. let's look outside approaching the bay bridge. overcast skies over the east bay, not a whole lot of traffic this early sunday morning.
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holiday weekend forecast from meteorologist brian. >> weather system spinning over the entire west coast for about 9ñ days, cloudyd mild conditions over the bay area. wet weather in the sierra as for the afternoon. showers and thunderstorms and beneficial rain. some places picking up two to three inches of rain in the past seven days and up into the northern mountains there have been a couple spots with close to five inches. this system is going to slowly pull out to the east over the next few days and we'll see a warming trend as we go through the week ahead. fog tracker this morning, east bay valley, north bay, clearing taking place a little faster. so sunshine sooner and temperatures will respond. warm up a little bit over what we had yesterday by about five degrees east bay valleys and into the south bay at 9 a.m. clouds by the bay, but those go out to the ocean for the
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afternoon. beach day? well, it's going fob gray all the -- going to be gray through the day. clouds hanging oh, out through san francisco for much of the afternoon. elsewhere, sun ji skies and readings warming up. low to mid-70s for the afrp. warmer readings in the east bay valley. concord, mid-70s. 60s by the bay because we have the low clouds and sea breeze. cooler here in san francisco, low 60s. but mid to upper 70s for the north bay. now for monday, memorial day, three to five degrees cooler because we have extra low clouds. tuesday, fairly cloudy also as we take a look toe stormtracker for seven day forecast. but through the week, warming trend. inland valleys upper 70s and low 80s toward the end of the week. >> stanley roberts found people
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behaving badly. sometimes your actions can bring unwanted attention. these vehicles just rolled by a school bus with a stop sign activated. one is driving home and one is taking a cab. as they both pull over, watch what happens next driver the driver of the acura keeps driving and the ford steps. if you believe it's the acura driver that cabs it, keep watching. finally pulls over and officers bower stops to have a chat. >> i just passed the school bus. ly afternoon the pickup truck driver is motioned to pull closer. the officer of the california highway patrol deals with both issued locating his vehicle registration. >> let me check something out. stay in the vehicle.
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i'll be right back to you. >> the acura driver gets her and sent on her way. we know this driver will not be cabbing it. by reasons of deduction, it's this driver and here's why. >> okay. you have 2015 regs on it. >> false tabs on the plate. >> what's going on with the registration on this thing. >> what's wrong with it? >> the registration is expired and it's got current tabs on here. >> it all goes down here. >> first off, i'll get to the first thing. >> $700 particular it for >> as far as the truck goes, it's going to be impounded. has false registration on it. here is a 2014 registration tab with a stack of tags underneath
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the 2015. my bet is it was probably taken off something. >> so the driver takes a cab and the truck goes toxcg [ car jaill the registered owner picks it up. get this. the driver claims the truck belongs to a san francisco firefighter in hayward, stanley roberts, kron 4 news. turning to national news this morning, this is the first mainly or survey to gauge popularity of the republican presidential field. ben carson handily won at the leadership conference in oklahoma. he took 25% of those pold, leading candidates. scott walker came in second, 20%, followed by ted cruz. carson announced presidential run earlier this month. >> on this weekend, we are honoring the country's fallen heroes killed trying to protect
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the u.s. military leaders making sure families takeni here's barbara star with our partner cnn. >> welcome home. >> the secretary of defense welcomed a very special group to the pentagon. >> this n entrance to the -- this entrance to the pentagon is the one that we use for our moso includes you. >> on this memorial day weekend, one of the most secure and closely guarded buildings in the world opens up its doors to the families of those who have lost their lives serving their nation. >> one, two, three. defense! >> good job, guys. >> reporter: for one night, transformed into a playground made a
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very big sacrifice. many of them lost a parent. >> he was a good man. he liked to spend time with us. >> we remember those who paid the ultimate price for our country. these are the families of those people, real faces, real kids and we're trying to show them that they'll forever be a part of our family. >>reporter: the air force lending its expertise to paper airplanes designed and flying, while the marines take a beating in hand to hand combat demonstration. >> did you ever think you'd be kicking a u.s. marine? >> i did not, actually. >> ready to dpo, bud? >>reporter: this army humvee a jungle gym and a concert from the joint chief of staff. some of these children born after their parent died, like 11-year-old grace, whose father
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was killed by an iet in iraq in 2004. >> as she's fwroen older, she started to grieve more. she never had that opportunity when she was younger. it's nice to see her with other kids. >> reporter: these children who lost so much still giving back to others. >> what can you say to other kids that you think they need to know? >> well, at first it will take you down pretty hard. and when i was in the beginning, it didn't seem like this, but it's going to get better. no matter what, it's going to get better. barbara star, cnn, the pentagon gone. coming up, why a high school history class is pleading with taylor swift to call their teacher. we'll explain when we come back, but first let's take you outside around sfo under cloudy conditions. we'll be right back.
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montana are hoping that taylor swift will help get them out of taking their final. a sophomore made a deal with his history teacher. get taylor to call and you don't have to take the test. it started out as a joke, but people on social media not kidding about their support. it's getting hundreds of thousands of shares. the history teacher says there is a bigger lesson to be learned. >> it's not so much getting out of the final, but celebrities are still normal down to earth people. that's the biggest driving force. >> i think if she calls, everyone is going to try to meet a celebrity. >> come on, taylor. please call for us. these students still get some kind of scam. no call just -- exam, no call yet, but they have a couple
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weeks. voters spoke in ireland, historic victory. dire situation in iraq as forces are said to be giving up the fight against isis militants. we have comments from the u.s. defense secretary coming up in just a few moments. also new procedure in san francisco hoping to lead to better service and safety. we'll explain what don't stopping is all about.
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record breaking night for steph curry as the warriors take a 3-0 lead over the rockets. i'm marty gonzalez. what a game yesterday. the warriors making it look easy, steph curry showing why he's the league mvp. highlights and reactions. >> this baby was over quick. warriors and houston, game three. figure the rockets coming home after two close calls in oakland would really be on fire. fans were ready, but the team just didn't have it. wow. 10 first quarter points. this was like a combination. warriors played well and mus ston laid -- houston laid down. they didn't get back on defense on humorous occasions. 52-37 at half. steph curry warming up.
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broke reggie miller's all time playoff scoring record, did it in nine less games. harden didn't have it. look at curry. fan tried to get in his face and curry, are you kidding me? there it is. fourth quarter wasn't even a contest. look at this. almost threw it over the backboard. the skills of this guy tremendous. finishes with 40 points, seven prz only three of 16, 17 points. no team has ever come back from an 0-3 deficit to force a game 7. warriors can finish it off on monday. >> i don't think we've ever seen steph does off the dribble, off the catch. 7-9 for 3, remarkable, just tremendous performance. >> just found a great ritsdz.
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>> i have great guys setting great screens. the ball was moving tonight the best all series. it builds your confidence even more and thankfully i was able to knock down a lot of shots. with lebron james in cleveland, they could go up three-0 on atlanta. i don't think it's too early to go hey, labron versus curry, that very well could happen in the nba finals. warriors have to wait to finish off the rockets until monday, but what a show. curry is flat out dynamite. thank you. dub nation showing up at the official watch party at pete's tavern in san francisco where it was a sea of blue and gold. bay area fans wanting to make sure and they're excited about what's coming up next for the warriors. >> i'm expecting that we're going to close it down before
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game 5. feel pretty good the championship and taking it home. >> it's a blowout. we're going to win it all. die hard warriors fan, been in the bay area all my life. number 1. that's all you can % say. >> i'm totally amped, the warriors are going to sweep the series, un thinkable after game two. let's go warriors! [ cheering and applause ] . >> and if you want to enjoy even more warriors game 3 victory news and notes or want to send us your fan pictures, visit us at kron 4.com. let's go outside to the weather. live look at san francisco from embarcadero cam. bay bridge and the flags flapping in the breeze. great start to the day in san francisco and other parts of the bay area as well. weekend weather forecast from brian. >> good sunday morning to you. we have clouds to deal with this morning, but unlike yesterday i
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think we see sunshine a little more quickly. temperatures warm up especially into the east bay valley. cooler in some locations. for san francisco and locate land, clouds hanging on until the early afternoon. so not much in the way of change bay side. for the coast, another gray day and temperatures stuck in the 50s. but for antioch and concord, look for mid to upper 70s, close to 80. warmer in the south bay, san jose into the 70s. these up about five degrees. san francisco and oakland where we have clouds for much of the day, with breaks of sunshine, about the same as what"%(@÷b wed yesterday, low to mid-60s. going into the rest of this holiday weekend, clouds are back pz force for mey with slow clearing, with even no clearing for san francisco and oakland. it may stay fwra all the way through the afternoon -- gray all the way through the afternoon. tuesday same thing, but as we go
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through the week, warmup coming our way. i'll talk about that later on. breaking news this morning, famedvñ( jx mathematician and nl prize winner, nash has died. he was killed in a traffic accident on the new jersey purpose. nash's -- turnpike. >> nash's work was the subject of the hollywood film a beautiful mind. nash was 86-year-old. ç also. u.s. defense secretary says iraqi forces do:ljae not have e will to fight. greatly outnumber isis militants, they failed to fight and instead pulled back from the battle zone. carter made his comments this morning on cnn. they say it's up to them to provide a willingness to fight for their country, even though
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we provide them weapons. the message from this small, independent republic to the entire world is one of dignity. >> same-sex marriage legal in ireland. historical vote and what political leaders are saying about what this means to the country. keeping an eye on memorial day weekend traffic. how closures affecting traffic this weekend. honoring the fallen, big ceremony taking place for -- honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice. we'll have that story next.
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. happening right now, big carnival parade kicks off at 9:30 thiss8( h morning. as usual in san francisco's mission district where hundreds@ planning to attend. joining us live&qjythis mornings parade organizer row bert other
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her nan -- roberto hernandez. >> good morning. >> what's going on this weekend at carnival. a year ago, we had a, like we do every year, plan out what the team is going to be and decided that sacred water would be our theme. we know there is a water crisis and here we are a year later and it's worse. so it was -- it's appropriate  this year, you know, sacd water be our theme. we live off of. if you look at your body, the amount of water we have in ourko body. soh( qñ in a very artistic, mul to>mnnn=x have hundreds andgm( s (s paying tribute to
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 for water and take care of mother earth. >> and you do so well in putting this altogether. i know his a labor of love for you. good to see you again, you're looking great. >> thank you. you have a beautiful%( 7jprñ@j. >> that is roberto hernandez for carnival. head out there now to the a good seat. we'll be right back.
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[3 hundreds of veterans expected to visit san francisco for a special memorial day ceremony. they'll be gathering to honor the crew of the uss san 100 sail lorz and seven marines were killed in action. you're taking a look at footage posted on u tube of the heavy cruiser when it turned to the u.s. back in 1942.
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retired colonel from concord will be honored as the marine of the year. it starts at noon at land's end. let's turn our attention to the holiday forecast this morning as we look outside live. golden gate bridge, cloudy conditions, overcast there. still not a whole lot of traffic this morning. %($ó8÷ hard tie showing up this morning. but they tell us it will eventually come out. but we'll find out for sure from meteorologist brian. >> we've been dealing with a weather system spinning over the entire west coast for the past seven days. it's been making for a lot of wet weather in the sierras for the afternoon. showers and thunderstorms and actually beneficial rain. some places picking up two to three inches of rain in the past seven days. up into the northern mountains, couple spots with close to five inches. this system is going to slowly pull out to the east over the next few days and we'll see a
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warming trend as we go through the week ahead. here is fog tracker. this morning we have low clouds in the bay, east bay valley, south baybu9 too and the north y with clearing taking place eighth faster. sunshine sooner -- a little faster. sunshine sooner and temperatures respond warmer than yesterday about 5 degrees. at 9 a.m.:yje) we have the clouds by the bay, but eventually those go out to the ocean for the afternoon. beach day? well, it's going to be gray all the way through the day. even clouds hanging out for san francisco through much of the afternoon. elsewhere, look for sunny skies and readings warming up. low to mid-70s for the south bay. san jose going up to 74 this afternoon. warmer readings in the beast bay afternoon. warmer readings in the beast bay -- east bay, close tos5 pittsburgh burring, concord. 60s -- pittsburgh, concord. 60s by the bay. cooler here, san]5pppih%pgciscow 60s. mid to upper 70s for the north
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bay. now for monday, memorial day, about three to five.q( jpjpú ds cooler because we'll have extra low clouds. tuesday, fairly cloudy also as we take a look at the storment tracker for -- stormtracker for the seven day forecast. through the week, less fog, more sunshine and warming trend in the inland valleys, upper 70s and low 80s toward the end of the week. >> brian, thank you. more weather related news this morning, this time in texas. those people near the wichita river being asked to evacuate as that river continues to rise. record breaking rain soaked the area saturday sending water on to roadways. national weather service predicting significant flooding along the river. flash flood watch and warning remain in effect until further notice. happening right now, san mateo bridge remains closed today. it's the second of two scheduled closures, all because they're repaving the surface of the bridge. scott rates was in hayward and
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got an upclose work at how it's going and affecting traffic this holiday weekend. >> bumper to bumper saturday afternoon just before the bart on bridge exit. this after the second of two closures on the san mateo bridge for routine maintenance. i want to show you this from saturday afternoon. crews hard at work behind me. that's the machine that they're laying down the concrete with. layer laying sand on top of the concrete. i'm told that the original pavement that was on the san mateo bridge dates back to 1967. so that's the reason for the upgrade out here. the pavement isn't the only thing getting an upgrade. >> we're using the closure to make sure the drains are cleared, vegetation control, electrical maintenance, electrical upgrades. so there is quite a lot going on in addition to the resurfacing
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project. >> the total cost of the project is $39 million out here. i checked with caltrans and asked if they expected to make targeted time to open the bridge, which was 5:00 monday morning, and they tell me right now everything is on schedule. reporting in hayward, scott rates, kron 4 news. reminder for you, no bart train service between the coliseum and fruitvale stations today. all because the latest in a series of cleesh east bay valley closures -- closures on the track for bart. crews repairing the tracks. bart offering free bus bridge instead. major celebrations underway in ireland as the country voting to approve same-sex marriage. how the opposition didn't put upa!::&0w much of a fight. we'll have that story after the break. let's lookout side on this holiday weekend. not a lot of traffic on the bay bridge yet, but it could increase throughout the day. we'll be right back.
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. big news we're following this morning. voters in ire hand making history, becoming the first -- ireland making history. approving same-sex marriage by a popular vote. taking a look at a big celebration on saturday in dublin. more than 60% of voters approved the change. it was only de criminalized in ireland just two decades ago. let's turn to phil black with our media partner cnn with the latest. >> no one can call ireland a conservative county. counting complete, irish people decisively voted to include same sex marriages in their constitution. it came at the end of a long, emotional day. the square at dublin castle filled hours before with people who already knew their country
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had changed profoundly. the campaign suck said -- the no campaign succeed ood quickly because -- succeeded quickly. powerful turnout and wanting to treat gays equally. so much happiness. so many tears. the building was happy as the a time, turning agree, the color for yes. it was strongest for the many and varied figures who led the yes campaign under a banner of equality. ireland news heroes and icons like enter taner. >> when we pass some referendum to do with the other laws, we don't have a party like this in dublin castle. >> reporter: every mang or political -- major political leader in this country supported the yes campaign. >> what does all of this say about ireland today? >> there is a hidden ireland
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below the surface, good humor, cracks, full of fun, lufg. then there is -- loving. then there is the more conservative elite that try to govern us. 8w'n&÷ the journey wouldn't have been possible w÷ this man. david norris was the first gay activist and fought for decades criminal status. >> the message from this small independent republic to the entire world is one of dignity and freedom and liberty for eternity! [ cheering and applause ] . >> reporter: the much feared hoerdz of shy voe voters that might have blocked this turned out to be a myth. and ireland proves their reluctant to embrace social change is now history.
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let's take you outside from the live look from sfo. overcast conditions there. we have the forecast coming up in just a moment. we'll be right back. introducing lunch at outback every bloomin' day! and our delicious burgers. onew savory ribeye me over 70 lunch combinations and starting at just $6.99 onit's lunch at last, every day at outback.
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. we're back on kron4 weekend. let's look at the view from embarcadero taking a look at the bay. cool start to the day on this holiday weekend. but meteorologist brian promises going to warm up. >> good sunday morning to you. clouds to deal with this morning, but unlike yesterday, i think we'll see the sunshine quickly. as a result, temperatures warm up, especially into the east bay valley. five degrees cooler in some locations. san francisco and oakland, clouds hanging on until the early afternoon. not much in the way of change bay side. for the coast, another gray day
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and temperatures stuck in the 50s, but for antioch and concord, mid to up upper 70s, 80 degrees. warmer into the south bay. san jose into the mid-70s. these are up about five degrees. san francisco and oakland where we have the clouds for much of the day with breaks of sunshine, about the same as what we had yesterday with low to mid-60s. now, going into the rest of this holiday weekend, the clouds are back in full force for memorial day with slow clearing, even no clearing for san francisco and oakland. it may stay gray all the way through the afternoon. temperatures cool. tuesday pretty much the same thing, but as we go through the week, warmup is coming our way. we'll talk about that coming up later on. thank you, brian. police have arrested a 30-year-old man following a triple homicide at a north oak land home. that happened at a house about
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2:45 saturday afternoon. you're looking at pictures from the scene. police say the suspect was barricaded inside the house when officers arrived, but eventually walked outside and was taken into custody. three men between 40 and 60 were found shot to death in the home. the suspect's name not released and shooting still under investigation. muni light rail riders start to see a few feeter called double stopping. that's when two trains stop at the same station and open their doors at the same time. this will hopefully improve safety and go faster. it will only happen during heavy traffic periods like the morning and evening xhuts. the double stopping -- commutes. it includes in bound trains at the montgomery, pow he will and sieve -- powell and civic center stations. black lives matter protest
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in oakland last night had arrests. helicopter video with iht started at about 7:00. police say no one was injured and no property was damaged. those pro teftsd come --. those protests come after a judge ruled an officer was justified in killing two unarmed black suspects. the protests in cleveland that started almost immediately after the verdict and kron 4's alecia reid has more on the reaction to that decision. >> reporter: not guilty on all charges. that's the verdict a judge handed down in the case of achieve land -- cleveland police officer michael brelo. officer brelo in tears as the judge delivered his verdict. >> that's my baby cousin. right now. we have no justice.
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>>reporter: the families of timothy russell and melissa williams are outraged. the two were killed in 2012 when the car dprif n by russell backfired. officers thought the noise was caused by gunshots. a 20 mile police chase speeds up to 100 miles per hour, involving more than 60 police cars ensued. >> i know that those officers were upset. adrenaline flowing, but the time they reached up to tim and melissa, they simply let them have it. >>reporter: when the chase ended according to the prosecutor, about 12 officers fired 137 shots atpiñ williams' car. after the others stopped shooting, officer brelo stood on the hood of the car and let off 15 more into the vehicle. >> officer brelo was the judge's opinion set forth, risked his life on that night. >> we want justice! . >> reporter: protestors rallied through the city and some tried pushing their way into the
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courthouse, but officers held them at bay. >> keep the violence down. if you want to march or whatever, protest, do that. but no violence, please. >> while we encourage and support peaceful protests, understand that actions that cross the line, whether by police officers or citizens, cannot and will not be tolerated. >> that was alecia reid reporting for us this morning. 71 people in all were arrested during the protest in cleveland last night. meantime, one of the city's biggest sports stars urge is his home city to stay calm. lebron james speaking with reporters after a teamworkout saturday, encouraging the city to channel their energy into cheering on the cavaliers in the playoffs. >> violence is not the answer. it's all about trying to find a solution, for good or for bad. for me, any case, anything that goes on in our world, our america, only people we should be worried about is the families
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that lost loved ones. you can never get them back. i wish it were about the families and how they're doing, things of that nature. for the city of cleveland, let's use our excitement or whatever passion that we have, you know, oh, for our sport -- you know, for our sport tomorrow, for the game tomorrow night. happening right now in san francisco, big carnival celebration getting set to kick off. parades starts at 9:30 this morning. you're taking a look at the prep for that big parade. from there it goes west to mission street and all the way to 17th and south van ness. sheila e is this year's fwrand marshall -- grand marshall. have a great time. we'll be right bark. back. -- back.
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loves to eat. >> you'll eat anything, eat your left arm. >> slim and trim now, but not always. a guest expert on oprah, she shared her stories about dieting and fighting to keep the weight off. now she's sharing tips on dine and dish. first off, don't go out starving to death. l restaurant overly hungry. that is a big land mine. it's like coma eating, fear of missing out eelting leads to that -- eating leads to that food coma. >> eating isn't a race. slow down so your body can register when you're full. >> and pay attention to the company around you, not just the calories. really enjoy the company that you're with. often when you're with company, you get in a that -- in that hand to mouth position, you just don't stop. >> share and share alike. >> great idea to split entrees.
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>> no shame in a doggy bag. >> what do you do when you're confronted with this sort of sundae? full permission to eat it coming from the food shrink here. >> a few bites wound kill you. and if you do blow it, no guilt. happy dining! . coming up on kron4 weekend, bay area community lace to rest a teenager -- lays to rest a teenager who was shot and killed near his high school. and we're watching bay area weather for you this weekend as we looshg outside, hardly any traffic -- look outside, san rafael bridge, hardly any traffic on this sunday. onhelps keepou ake-the othehelp. d yo neutransmittersyou havenso, mainoo activetoo strong youry tsleep,
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. we're back on kron4 weekend. not a whole lot of traffic to talk about on the approach fot bay bridge there. -- to the bay bridge there.
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overcast skies, though. here is meteorologist brian. >> weather system spinning over the entire west coast for the past seven days, relatively cloudy and mild conditions over the bay area. also been making for a lot of weather weather in the sierras for the afternoon. showers and thunderstorms and actually beneficial rain. some places in the sierra picking up two to three inches of rain in the past seven days. up to the northern mountains, a couple of spots with five inches. this system slowly pulls out to the east over the next few days and warming over the week ahead. fog tracker this morning, low clouds in the bay, east bay valley, south bay too and the north bay with clearing taking place a little faster. seeing the sunshine sooner and temperatures respond. warm up a little bit over yesterday by about five degrees. 9 a.m., still have the clouds by the bay, but those low clouds go out to the eesh an for the
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afternoon -- ocean for the afternoon. beach day? going to be gray all the way through the day. clouds hanging out in san francisco for much of the afternoon. elsewhere, look for sun have i skies and raed ingz -- sunny skies and readings warming up. san jose going up to 74 this afternoon. warmer readings. antioch, concord mid-70s. pittsburgh by the bay, sea brows. san francisco low -- breeze. san francisco low 60s. for monday, memorial day, three to five degrees cooler because of extra low clouds. tuesday, fairly cloudy also as we take a look at the stormtracker seven day forecast. through the week, less fog, more sunshine and warming trend, especially inland valleys going into the upper 70s and low 80s toward the end of the week. >> thank you, brian. those who live in remote
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areas of san mateo asked to keep a close eye on pets and children after a house cat was found injured on friday. veterinarian concluded that its wounds were consistent with a mountain lie an attack. happened just north of half-moon bay. no reports of a sighting there, but the department of fish and wildlife has been notified about the incidents. heart broken community joined in in vallejo to bury the 17-year-old student murdered more than a week ago near his high school. we watched the service before max rusk was laid to rest. >> a shining star who could black and white n anyone's day. that's how he was described by loved ones. his girlfriend saying he was my future husband, he was my protector and he always will be. >> hurting to see that i'm not going to see him one last time or kiss him. because, you know, he was my one and only.
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and seeing him in the casket just breaks my heart. >> reporter: the crowd exceeded 400 people inside the church of jesus christ of latter-day saints . our cameras weren't allowed inside, but max's family reacted to the support after the ceremony. >> my heart powers out to everybody because they have been there through thick and thin. if it's not food, it's something else. it's love, it's everything and i just want to say thank you to the community and to max's friends and to you guys, channel 4 because i really appreciate that, me and jim. we are really appreciate -- we really appreciate you guys. if it wasn't for you guys, it would not be be out there. >> reporter: two people have been arrested for the shooting death, bringing some peace fot family. he was kiltd on may 14th -- killed on may 14th not far from jesse bethel high school. >> he was funny, used to dry
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good. good boy, he had a great heart, he used to make bow and arrows and stuff as a little boy autos i'm native american. >>reporter: following the funeral, taken to skyview memorial lawn here in vallejo. turning to national news this morning, first survey to gauge the popularity of the republican presidential field. retired neurosurgeon handily won the straw poll in oklahoma. carson taking 25% of those pold, leading the pack of nearly 20 canned indicates. scott walker came in second, followed by senator ted cruz. carson announced presidential run earlier this month. here's stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> sometimes just your actions can bring unwanted attention. case in point, these two
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vehicles rolled past the school bus with stop sign activated. one of the drivers will be driving home and one will be taking a cab. but can you guess which one? as they both pull over, watch what happens next. the driver of the acura keeps driving. if you believe it was the acura driver who will be cabbing it, keep watching. finally the driver pulls over a few hundred feet away and officer bour stops to have a chat. shortly after, the pickup driver motioned for him to pull closer. officer bower from the castro valley office of the california highway patrol deals with both drivers, the pickup driver has some issues locating his vehicle registration. >> let me check something out. hang tight, stay in the vehicle. >> the acura driver gegts her ticket -- gets her ticket and
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drives away. so by reasons of deduction, it's this driver. and here's why: expired november of 2014, you have 2015 regs on it. >> basically this truck has false tags on the plates. >> what's going on with the registration on this thing? >> what's wrong with it? >> what's wrong with it? the registration is expired and there is current tags on here. >> it all goes downhill after this. >> two things. first after we'll get to the whole reason i stopped you in the first place, passing the school bus. the first place, passing the school bus. >> which,ie ticket. >> as far as the truck goes, it is going to be impounded. false registration on it. here is a 2014 registration tag with a stack of tags underneath the 2015. so my bet is it was probably taken off -- >> so the driver takes a cab and the truck goes to car jail until
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the registered owner picks it up. now get this: the driver claims the truck belongs to a san francisco firefighter. in hayward, stanley roberts, kron 4 news. coming up next, how a phone call from taylor swift might help high schoolers from taking their final scam. we're going to have to -- ex cam. taking a look outside. san francisco looking forward to the parade kicking off in in about a half-hour. hundreds of thousands of people expected to watch. we'll be right back.
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students at a high school in montana are hoping that taylor visit will help get them out of having to take their final exam. a sophomore at sky view high school made a deal with his world history teacher, get taylor swift to call,, and you don't have to take a test. there is a picture of the hand
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shake and the deal. it started out as a joke, but the deal is getting hundreds of thousands of shares on-line. the history teacher said there's a bigger lesson here to be learned. >> it's not so much trying to get these kids out of their final than seeing that celebrities are normal, down to earth people, that's the biggest cause behind it. >> everyone wants to meet a celebrity like taylor swift, that would be great.
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let's take a live look at the weather for you. no delays just yet, but be careful to be sure. we'll be right back.
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golding state routeing houston last night in a record- setting performance for steph curry.
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>> wow, this baby was over quick. you figured that houston would be on fire, but the team just didn't have it. wow! bogut, 10 first quarter points. this was like a combination, warriors played real well, and houston just laid down. they didn't get back on defense on numerous occasions. iguodala and the warriors, they had a big league 52-37 at the half. steph curry broke reggie miller's all time three-point play-off record. did hit in 9 less games. the fans tried to get in his face, and curry just, are you kidding me? are you kidding me? there it is. fourth wasn't even a contest. the skills of this guy, tremendous. finishes with 40 points, 7 assists. he had 7 of 9 on three-
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pointers. james harden, only 3 of 16, 17 points. no team has ever come back frommen an 0-3 deficit to force a a game 7. warriors can finish it off on monday. >> i don't think we've ever seen anybody shoot the ball the way steph does, off the dribble, off the catch. 7 for are 9 from 3. i mean, it's remarkable. just a tremendous performance. >> just found a great rhythm the ball movement tonight was the best it's been all series. a lot of guys setting great screens. thankfully i was able to not down a lot of shots. >> now it's lebron james and cleveland. they can go up 3-0 on atlanta. i don't think it's too early to go, hey, lebron versus curry, that very well could happen in
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the nba finals. >> w nation showed up at pete's tavern in san francisco where it was a sea of blue and gold. they wanted to make sure they were showing up with their team spirit, and are very excited about what's coming up next for the warriors. >> i'm predicting we're going to close it down before game 5. >> oh, it's a blowout. we want to sweep. i'm a diehard warriors fan, been if the bay area all my life. number 1, that's all you can say. >> if golden state does make it
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to the championship round, it will be the first time since 1975. if you want to continue to enjoy the warriors even more on that big victory in game 3, or want to send us your fan pictures, just visit kron4.com. all right. turning our attention to the holiday weekend weather this morning, let's take you outside for this view of the bay bridge, and you can see overcast skies continue to hover over san francisco and much of the bay area this morning. let's turn to brian for the forecast. >> we have some clouds to deal with this morning, but unlike yesterday, think we'll see the sunshine a little bit more quickly, and as a result, temperatures will warm up, especially into the east bay valley. some 5 degrees cooler in some locations, but for san francisco and oakland, clouds still hanging on until the early afternoon. so not much in the way of change bay side.
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for the coast, another gray day, temperatures stuck in the 50s. san francisco and oakland, we're going to have the clouds for much of the day with some breaks of sunshine, about the same as what we had yesterday with low-to-mid 60s. going into the rest of this holiday weekend, be the clouds are back in full force for memorial day with slow clearing with even no clearing for san francisco and oakland. mate stay gray all the way through the afternoon. as we go through the week, a warmup is coming our way. i'll talk about that coming up later on. >> now an update to a story we first brought you last night at 8:00. someone we woulding a fence started a three a alarm brush fire in san jose. the fire has since been contained. crews responded to the fire
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shortly before 3:00 saturday afternoon. the blaze was contained in about an hour. help countiers and planes were used to disperse fire retard .on the flames. no known injuries or structures that were burned in that fire. breaking news this morning. john nash has died. you night know of him from the movie that was made about him and his battle with schizophrenia, the beautiful mind. nash was reportedly killed in a taxi accident on the new jersey turnpike. his wife, alicia, was also killed in that crash. john nash was 86 years old. three people in cleveland are recovering after being pulled presume a burning building saturday night. you can see those intense flames and smoke there. thethe -- no word thus far on the victim's condition this morning, for the cause of that fire. still a ahead for you on
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kron 4 news news weekend, why a poplar east bay lake is offlimit this holiday weekend, and we'll show you the late- night bay area protests, hours a after a white officer was acquitted for shooting and killing two unarmed black suspects. and coming up next, the major road and transit closures you need to know about where you leave your house this morning.
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happen be now, the san mateo bridge remains closed down as a construction project is being finished up. >> reporter: bumper to burner. that was the scene just before the dunn-barton bridge exit, this before the second of two closures are on the bridge for routine maintenance. this is what was happening saturday afternoon. you can see crews hard at work
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behind me. that machine is the machine that they're laying down the polyester concrete with, and also laying sand on top of that. i'm told that the original pavement that was on the san mateo bridge dates back to 1967, so that's to the reason for the upgrades out here. >> reporter: and the pavement isn't the only thing getting an upgrade. >> we're making sure all of the drains are cleared, that we're doing some vegetation control, some electrical maintenance and upgrades, so there is quite a lot going on in addition to the resurfacing project. >> reporter: the total cost of the project is $39 million out here. by the way, i did check with caltrans, and asked him if they trapped to make the targeted time to open the bridge, which is 5:00 monday morning, and they told me that right now everything is on schedule.
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still ahead for you on kron 4 news news weekend, we're going to take you live to the big can all have celebration. we'll take you there, and we're going to take this live look outside. conditions at the gold been great bridge still overcast. we'll be right back. ♪
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the big carnivale parade kicks off this morning the parade will go all the way down 17th street to south vannest in san francisco. let's go ahead and let you know that as the parade gets ready
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to start, you can expect a big crowd. hundreds of thousands of people expected to watch. bay area native sheila e is this year's grand marshall. everybody getting ready. looks like we have a crowd on hand, and the aztec dancers are warming up as well. we'll check in once it gets going this morning, a little bit after are 9:30. a blue algae bloom has closed a popular east bay bridge this holiday weekend. we visited that deserted swim spot and spoke with a few frustrated people. >> reporter: it's memorial day weekend, and the picnic areas filled up quickly. barbecues are going to herald in summer, but the beach is empty, the water clogged with a heavy growth of blue algae. >> this is the worst i've seen it in a while. reporter: it was a disappointment to these ying girls hoping to get wet. >> oh, you really wanted to swim. >> reporter: morning signs have been posted, and park
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personnel spent much of the day scooping up thick masses of algae at the beach. it can produce toxins harmful to those exposed to it. the unfight sitely smelly mess can cause abdominal cramps, raschs, and allergic reactions, be, and people aren't the only ones at risk. >> with algae, there's something in it that's contagious towards the dogs, if they don't have a special shot for it, it can make them sick. reporter: park personnel are urging pet owners to keep theiring dogs on a leash. fishermen were hampered in their efforts by the mass of growth on the shore line. >> got all tangled. it's not good. not good at all. reporter: makes the fish a little tougher as far as pouring a lure through it and everything. they were urged to clean their catch thoroughly, burst the heavy growth didn't seem to detour them. >> i love fishing. i love it. >> reporter: and young girls
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will find a way 0 get wet. >> we're going to do a water balloon fight. >> happening today, hundreds of veterans are expected to visit san francisco for a special memorial day ceremony. they'll be be gathering at fort miley to honor the crew of the u.s.s. san francisco. you are looking at stock footage posted on you tube of the heavy cruiser when it returned back to the u.s. in 1942. today retired lieutenant colonel john r. steve weres will be honored adam the 2015 marine -- as the 2015 marine of the year. that starts at lands end in san francisco. we've been dealing withing a weather system for the past seven days that has been producing relatively cloudy and mild conditions over the bay area, and making for loft wet
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weather in the sierra for the afternoon. showers and thunderstorms, and actually some beneficial rain. some places in the sierra picking up 2 to 3 inches of rain in the past seven days, and up into the northern mountains, there have been a cup of spots with close to 5 inches. this system is going to slyly pull out to the east over the next few days, and we'll see a warming trend as we go through the week a ahead. here is fog tracker this morning. we'll have low clouds in the bay, east bay valley, south pay, too, and the north pay, with clearing taking place a little fast we are sob we'll see the sunshine sooner, and temperatures will respond, they'll warm up a little bit over what we had yesterday by about 5 degrees, and then to the south bay at 9:00 a.m. we still have the clouds by the bay, but eventually those low cloud goes out to the ocean for the afternoon. beach day, well, it's going to be gray all the way through the day. even clouds hanging out through san francisco through much of the afternoon, but elsewhere look for sunny skies and readings warming up.
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look for low-to-mid 70s for the south bay. warmer readings in the east bay valley, close to 80 for antioch and pittsburgh, 60s by the bay, because we have the low clouds and the sea breeze, going to be cooler here. san francisco low 60s, but some mid-to-upper 70s for the north bay. now, for monday, memorial day, about 3 to 5 degrees cooler, because we'll have some extra low clouds. tuesday, fairly cloudy, also, but through the week, less fog, more sunshine, and a warming trend, especially in lynn valley. it's going to the upper 70s and low 80s toward the end of the week. >> all right, thank you. breaking news this morning. u.s. defense secretary ash carter said -- acty forces do not have the will to fight. he said that even though iraqi troops greatly outnumber isis militants, they fail to fight and instead retreated from the battle zone in ramadi.
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he made this comments this morning any cnn adding while the u.s. can provide iraqi forces with training and weapons, it is up to them to show a willing tons fight for their country. to the latest on that major oil spill off the coast of santa barbara. the company that own this pipeline is defending its system of manually shutting down the pipeline in the event of a leak. that pipeline is not required to have an automatic shutoff valve, and environmentalists they say that could some lessened the disaster. and in texas, those who live near the wichita river are being asked to evacuate as water levels continue to rise there. record-breaking rain soaked the area saturday, sending wuertz on to the roadways. the national weather service predicts significant flooding
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along the river. >> we keep getting information, national weather service. they've cautiously backed up a little bit, but until we see what this rain is going to do, everything is a guesstimate. >> the national weather service has issued a flash flood watch, be and a flood warning for the river until further notice. coming up. >> here is a 2014 registration tab. >> an easy way to go from driving to a taxi in just a few minutes. i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly.
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. >> reporter: sometimes just your actions can bring unwanted attention. case in point, these two vehicles just drove past a school bus with its stop sign activated. one of the drivers will be
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driving home, and one will be taking a cab. but can you guess which one? as they both pull over, watch what happens next. the driver are of the acura keeps driving while the ford stop, and if you believe it's the act cara driver who will be canning it, keep watching. finally the driver pulls over and officer bowers stops to have a chat. shortly after, the pickup driver is motioned to approximately pull closer to the acura. >> reporter: while officer bowers deals with both drivers, be the pickup driver has some issues locating his vehicle registration. >> let me check something out, hang tight one second. i'll be right back with you know. >> reporter: the acura driver gets her ticket and is sent on her way, so now we know it will be this driver who will not be canning it, so by reason offers
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deduction, it's this driver, and here is why. >> expired november of 2014, and it's 2015. reporter: so basically this truck has false tabs on the late in. >> so what's going on with the registration? >> what's wrong with it? >> the registration is expired and it has current registration tars on here. two things, first offer, we'll get to the whole reason i stopped you in the first place, which is passing a school bus. >> reporter: chess which adam 700 -- which is a $700 ticket. the >> the pickup will be impounded. shear a 2014 registration tab with a stack of tars underneath the 2015, so my bet was probably taken off something. >> reporter: so the driver takes a cab, and the truck goes to car jail until the registered owner picks it up. the driver claims the trick
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belongs to a san francisco firefighter. >> and still ahead, we're going to take you back live to carnivale in the mission district, be where the parade is just moments from starting. and let's take you outside for this live look at conditions on the approach to the bay bridge. overcast skies in oakland. we'll be right back.
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[♪] ♪ i'm gettin' out ♪ i'm gettin' out
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♪ i'm gettin' out ♪ gonna have a look around ♪ now is the time ♪ i started flyin' ♪ both feet off of the ground ♪ head in the sky ♪ eyes open wide ♪ happy to look around ♪ we are giving you is this live look at camp, as the parade is about to -- at carnivale, as the parade is about to start. last year some 400,000 people showed up to watch the parade, and the crowd is growing quickly right now, as you can see the crowd gathers there for the start of the parade.
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live music, dancing, food, a lot of colorful floats. just a little taste of carnivale this morning. let's take a live look outside at the bay bridge we have a great start to the day. here is brian with the forecast. >> we have some clouds to deal with this morning, but unlike yesterday, i think we'll see the sunshine a little more quickly. for san francisco and oakland, clouds still hanging a on until the early afternoon, so not much in the way of change bay side. for the coast, another gray day, and temperatures stuck in the 50s, but for antioch and concord, look for mid-to-upper 70s, and close to 80 degrees. san jose into the mid-70s.
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notice these readings up about 5 degrees. san francisco and oakland, where we're going to have the clouds for much of the day with some breaks of sunshine. about the same as what we had yesterday with low-to-mid 60s. going into the rest of this holiday weekend, the clouds are back in full force for memorial day with slow clearing, with even no clearing for san francisco and oakland. it may stay gray all the way through the afterbe noon. temperatures will cool. tuesday, pretty much to the same thing, but as we go through the week, be a warmup is coming our way. i'll talk about that coming up later on. >> all right, thank you. >> protests in cleveland after a judge ruled a white cleveland police officer was justified in shooting two unarmed black suspects. we brought you the verdict first quarter the case yesterday morning. now kron 4's alicia reed has more on the reaction. >> reporter: not guilty be a on all charges. that's the verdict the judge handed down in the case of cleveland police officer
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michael brelo. >> my baby cousin! we have no justice! >> reporter: the family offers timothy russell and melissa williams were outranged. they were killed in 2012 when the car driven by russell backfired. officers thought the noise was shot by gunshots. a 20-mile police chief speeds up to over a hundred miles an hour. >> i know that those officers were upset. adrenaline was flowing. by the time they reached them in that parking lot, they simply let them have it. reporter: when the chase ended, according to the prosecutor, about 12 officers fired 137 shots at williams' car, after the others stopped shooting, officer brelo stood on the hood of the car and let
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off 15 more into the vehicle. >> officer brelo in the judge's opinion set forth risked his life on that night. >> reporter: protesters rallied through the city by pushing their way into the courthouse, but officers held them at bay. >> if you want to march or whatever, protest, you know, do that, but no more violence, please. while we encourage and support peaceful protests, understand that actions that cross the line, whether by police officers or citizens, cannot and will not be tolerated. >> other big news that we're following for you this sunday morning, police have arrested a 30-year-old man following a a triple homicide at a north oakland home. the shooting happened at a house on the 900 block of 54th street a about 2:45 saturday
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afternoon. you're taking a look at pictures from the scene. and police say the suspect was barricaded inside the house when officers arrived, but he eventually walked outside and was taken into custody. three men between the ages of 40 and 60 were found shot to death inside the house. the suspect's name has not yet been released. the shoot league mains under investigation this morning. more bay area news for you now this morning. a heartbroken community burying a 17-year-old student who was murdered more than a week ago near his high school. s kron 4 watched ther is are advice before he was laid to rest. reporter: a shining star who could brighten anyone's day. that's how max rusk was described by loved ones. his girlfriend anyway 0my saying quote he was my future husband, my protector, and he always will be. >> hurting to see that i'm not going to see him one last time, or kiss him, because he knows he was my one and only, and
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seeing him in the casket just breaks my heart. reporter: the crowd exceeded 400 people inside the church. our cameras weren't allowed in for the service, but max's family reacted to the outpouring of support shortly after the ceremony. >> my heart pours out 0 everybody because they have been there through thick and thin. in it's not food, it's something else, in it's love, its everything, and i just want to say thank you to the community, and to max's friends, and to you guys, channel 4, because i really appreciate that. me and jim, we really appreciate you guys, because if it wasn't for you guys, it wouldn't come out. it wouldn't be out there. two. people have been arrested for the shooting death of max rusk, bring something peace to the family. he was killed on may 14th, not far from jessie bethel high school. >> he was very liked. he was funny. he used to draw really good. he was just a really good boy. he had great heart.
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used to make bow and arrows and stuff when he was a little boy, because i'm native american, he was just the best little boy ever. >> reporter: max taken to his final resting place here in vallejo. and still ahead, a new proposal to create nationwide concussion safety standards for student athletes. east bay congressman marcus joins us to talk about it.
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you're dining out but age a
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diet, what do you do if now we're eating out more than eating in. >> you know, i think my second sprain in my billy. reporter: she shared her story about yo-yo die it be and fighting to keep the weight off, on oh practice's show -- oprah's i show. her first tip, don't go out starving to death. >> don't go to a restaurant starving. we're often 0 thinking about the next bite, and we haven't finished the bite already in our mouth. reporter: eating isn't a race. slow down so your are body can register when you're full. >> enjoy the company that you're with, but often when you get in that company, you get in
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that mesmerizing hand to mouth position, this. you just don't stop. reporter: no shame in a doggy bag. >> this is usually where the rubber meets the road in the work that die with women. what do you do when you're confronted with this sort of sundae? fullerission to eat a sunday, and that's coming from the food shrink right here. >> reporter: a few bites won't blow it for you, and if you do take a few bites, no gilt. no reports of any delays, a lot of overcast there. as always, call ahead before you hid out there. we'll be right back.
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and is we're back on kron 4 news weekend, taking this live look outside. you can see that the carnivale parade has started. just a couple of minutes late, but not a big deal. it's happening right now in san francisco's mission district. we're expecting several hundred
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thousand people out there to take part in the festivities and to watch the parade. more than 50 groups of performers and organizations all part of this year's celebration. so a big time, as always, in the mission today. well, we've been dealing with a weather system spinning over the entire west coast for about the past 7 days. it has been making for are a lot of wet weather in the sierra for the afternoons. showers and thunderstorms, and actually some beneficial rain. some places in the sierra picking up two to three inches of rain in the past 7 days, and up into the northern mountains, have been a couple of spots with close to 5 inches. this system is going to slowly pull out to the east over the next few days, and we'll see a warming trend as we go through the week ahead. here is fog tracker this morning. we'll have low clouds in the bay. east bay valley, south pay, too, and the north pay, with clearing taking place a little
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faster. so we'll see the sunshine sooner, and temperatures will respond. they'll warm on little bit over what we had yesterday by about 5 degrees, east bay valleys, into the south bay. at 9:00 a.m., still have the clouds by the bay, but eventually those low cloud goes out to the ocean for the afternoon. beach day, well, it's going to be be gray through the day. even clouds hanging out through san francisco for much of the afternoon, but elsewhere, look for sunny skies, low-to-mid 70s for the south bay. san jose going up to 74 this aftermoon. warmer readings, close to 80 for be antioch and pittsburgh. concord mid-70. 60s by the bay. low clouds and sea breeze. mid-tow upper 70 for the north bay. memorial day, three to five degrees cooler, because we'll have some extra low clouds. tuesday, fairly cloudy, also, as we take a look at the storm tracker 4 seven-day forecast.
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but through the week, less fog, more sunshine, and a warming trend, especially in lynn valueley. all right, brian, thank you. well, concussion risk in youth sports has been a very hot topic among parents of young athletes, but now nationwide guidelines have been set for concussion safety, and joining me is the congressman who introduced that bell, mark desaulnier from the east bay. thanks for joining us this morning, mark. tell us about the specifics of this plan. >> well, it's to basically make people more knowledgeable about it. programs like you've done, there's been a lot in the print media about it. so the bill requires school districts to set up a committee of people who would be knowledgeable. they require a school district to post some language, letting parents know of the danger, and as a process to make sure that people are identified if
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they've had a concussion students, and then a process to get them back to school and back into sports, hopefully successfully. >> why not handle this at a local or school district level instead of a national level? >> well, we can do that, and obviously school districts are doing it, many, but i think it would be good to have a uniform national standard. we have thousands of concussions they we know of, and probably even more than are reported, because a lot of people don't report them. all of the people who you would normally think would be somewhat reticent to be involved. when i was in high school and college sports, if you got hit in football and got a concussion, you were expected to get up, shake it off, and go back. so now we know with the help of science how dangerous these concords can be. >> -- concussions can be. >> back in the day, it was
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called having your bell rung. >> yeah, i can remember having a trainer come out on the sideline and say count to 10, and say is you're okay to go back in, or giving you smelling salts to wake you back up, and put you back out. i can remember those days. now we know from science that that's not a good thing for either young people or as we grow older. >> there is one part of the plan that has this phrase when in doubt is it it out. tell us about that. >> the whole idea is educational. if we're going to gamble, gamble on the side of being cautious. so as we further discover how to better design the equipment, be how to better to work with young people when they do get a concussion to avoid concussions, for -- until we know all of those things and start to work this out, it's better to be cautious and get the young person off the sideline. >> i know this is just in the early doing, but behind this plan and the research that you and your staff have done, are you finding buy-in from school
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districts and from school administrators into something like this? i haven't really heard much credit simple far. we just introduced the bill just in the last week, two weeks. so we haven't heard a lot of negative things. we have a lot on our plate in congress right now. i would anticipate the concern of the majority party for republicans would be you're creating more work. it's. but given the level of support we have from the nfl, the ncaa, high school sports groups, i anticipate that the bill will go well. >> one of the bigger parts of this is to raise awareness. not only among the school districts and the trainers and the physicians that deal with the athletes, but also among the parents and i would think the athletes, as well. >> yeah, most americans i don't realize how much we're learning about how the brain works. as i was telling you earlier, the research team is doing really amazing work, and all around the country. so i'm afraid that people of my
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generation will just think, oh, somebody is just breaking this up, its nanny government, but we know because of mri and the research that this is a real problem be for humans, the they get to their head hit hard. >> yeah, and many times it's a fatal situation, because the people who have this brain damage don't find a way to cope. >> right. they don't. and then the expectation is, you just get up and keep going, be be tough. but the reality is we now understand how the brain responds to this type of traumatic event, and also know if you give the person who has suffered the concussion some reasonable amount of time to get back and let the brain reset itself, so to speak, that it won't be damaging for long period of time. >> a similar plan in the senate. what's the timeline, and do you see both proposals joining together? >> well, that will take a while. as i learn the mysteries of the process in washington d.c., very different from sacramento where i was before, so senator durbin, a ranking senior member
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from illinois, he's got a similar plan, hopefully they will move along and merge and become one, and within the year, maybe two years, we'll get the president to sign it. >> okay. well, thank you. we'll keep an eye out. thank you for coming for a visit. we'll be right back. between you and me, they're, they're strange creatures.
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a chick on bay area baseball. the giants taking on the rockets in the first game of a double -- rockies in the first game of a double-header on saturday. a big game for brandon crawford, leading the giants to their 8th win in a row, with a 10-8 victory yesterday. all 10 of the giants runs came with two outs. this 8-game winning streak tied for the team's longest winning streak in 11 years. but game two of the double- header didn't go quite as well for the giants. there was another rain delay,
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and then the rockies snapped the giants winning streak with a 5-3 victory. it was descalso homering and driving in three runs for the rockets. this is the first time that the giants had trailed by more than one run since may 9th. another game today, first pitch set for 1:10 from colorado. . and the a's were playing yesterday. offensively, it was sam fuld driving in two runs as the a's beach the rays by a score of 5- 0. it was a shutout. graveman strikes out 67, walking two, to help the rays win for just the third time in 17 games. the a's will try to maybe it two in a row later this morning. first pitch set for 10:10, just about 15 minutes from now.
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take a look at fee tows of the agreement that was posted on facebook. a sophomore at sky view high school made the deal with his world history teacher. get taylor swift to call, and you don't have to take the test. it started out as a joke, but people on social media are not kidding about their support. the deal getting hundreds of thousands of shares on-line. history teacher says there was a bigger lesson to be learned. >> it's not so much trying to get these kids out of their final as it is seeing that celebrities are still normal down to earth people, and i think at the probably the biggist driving force behind it. >> everyone wants to meet a celebrity like taylor swift. that would be pretty crazy. >> come on, taylor, please call. >> well, no call from taylor swift just yet. the students still have a little bit of time before the final. and we're going to close things off this morning with a look at carnivale, the big parade taking place right now in the mission district.
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thanks a lot for joining us. have yourself a great day. bye-bye.
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