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president trump: " i could not possibly be more thrilled than to be more than 100 miles away from washington swamp." (jr stone) on his 100th day of office, president donald trump skips out on a white house tradition... and holds a campaign-like rally in pennsylvania... good evening and thanks for joining us... i'm jr stone.(justine) and i'm justine waldman... pennsylvania was one of the states president trump did not think he was going to win. and the move makes him the first president in decades to snub the white house correspondents dinner. more on that in a minute.. first, here's a look at what the president has done so far in office... (justine) in one of his most widely touted achievements ...he filled a supreme court seat with neil
gorsuch. he authorized missile strikes in syria. the new president greenlighted the construction of the keystone x-l and dakota access oil pipelines. and to expand offshore drilling in the atlantic and arctic. despite efforts, he did not "repeal and replace" the affordable care act. trump's first national security adviser, michael flynn, resigned after it was revealed he misled vice president mike pence about his contact with russia's ambassador. just this past week, a judge blocked his attempts to withhold money from sanctuary cities... like san francisco... courts also halted his plan to ban people from several muslim- majority countries from entering the united states. reporter steve nannes has the latest details on president trump's 100th day in office. instead of attending the black-tie event-- president trump held a campaign-style rally in pennsylvania -- one of the states he wasn't expected to win in november.he threw plenty of shade on the
dinner he passed on.pres. trump "a large group of hollywood actors -- -- and washington media are consoling each other in a hotel ballroom in our nation's capital right now."trump used his event to rate the media's first 100 days covering his presidency.pres. trump "if the media's job is to be honest and tell the truth, then i think we would all agree the media deserves a very, very big, fat failing grade."back in washington-- the media, celebrities and dignitaries walked the red carpet for the dinner hosted by daily show senior correspondent hasan minhaj.the last time trump attended the white house correspondents dinner was in 2011, when he was the butt of jokes by comedian seth meyers and president obama himself. some might argue the ribbing
spurred him to run for president.earlier saturday, protesters backing action on climate change used the milestone day to march in washington.other protesters gathered at trump tower in new york to mark what they call "100 days of failure."but trump used his weekly address to hail his first 100 days in pure trump style.pres. trump "i truly believe that the first 100 days of my administration has been just about the most successful in our country's history."i'm steve nannes reporting. (jr stone) in case you were wondering, this was the first time in 36 years that a sitting president has not attended and spoken at the dinner. president ronald reagan missed the dinner while recovering in the hospital from an assassination attempt, but he still made remarks by phone. richard nixon was the last president to skip the dinner completely. we asked people here in the bay area.. how they think the president is doing in office. "the only thing he was able to do was get gorsich in"."when
you're running a country you have to think about future generations as well as more than just yourself and people who people are similar to you. not so impressed by the actions he's taken in his first 100 days so far"."i think he didn't know what he was getting himself into. he thought it was all going to be easy smooth sailing and with all the facts it seems harder than he anticipated". (jrs) it's not just the president marking one hundred days in office... tonight - we go indepth on new california senator kamala (com- ala) harris' time so far on capitol hill.. including what she is saying about rumors of a presidential run... that's coming up at 10:30... (justine) the other big story were following tonight is the "people's climate march." you are looking at video of marches in seattle, denver and chicago. thousands gathered across the united states to protest president trump's environmental policies.
participants are in opposition to his rollback of restrictions on mining and oil drilling-- among other things. the "people's climate march" coinsides with president trump's 100-th day in office. organizers say about 300 marches took place across the country today. (jrstone) thousands of people in washington d-c braved the sweltering heat to participate in the march. temperatures reached 90 degrees as demonstrators made their way to the white house. the protest even attacked one of hollywood's most outspoken environmental advocates-- leonardo dicaprio. a number of policy makers also made an appearance at the demonstration on the nation's capitol. (rep. nydia velazquez/(d) new york): "it is shameful that the president who comes from new york could deny that climate change is an environmental issue." butted to (gene karpinski/march leader): "today is a critically important day to send a message to the president that the public is against all that he's doing to destroy our clean energy economy to roll back clean air and water protections."(jrstone)
president trump was not at the white house to witness the march... instead-- he held a rally in harrisburg, pennsylvania celebrating is first 100 days in office. this also coinsides with the annual white house corespondents dinner-- which raises money for journalism scholarships. trump will sitting president to ceremony since reagan... who was from an attempt in 19- (justine) environmentalist by the thousands huddled in oakland today... activists mobilizing for the "people's climate movement bay area." kron four's philippe djegal reports from lake merritt... where organizers rallied for planet earth. (philippe)barbara lee/congressw oman- "we can't afford to get tired -- our very existence is at stake." on a warm day.... congresswoman barabra lee turns up the heat on the trump administration... and, her message to the crowd at lake merrit in oakland was well-received. barbara lee/congresswoman- "the fight for the soul of our democracy and our planet is on. president trump -- its on." the "people's climate movement bay area" coincides with president trump's 100th day in office... and, for
the thousands who dawned the lawn with signs and slogans drawing attention to protecting the planet... this was a chance to discuss their environmental concerns... crystal lewis/activist- "i think it's a great turnout." and, some traveled from out of state to get their points across.kayla starr/activist- "i came here from oregon to visit my grandchildren and to try to protect their future from global warming. i don't want them to be under water fighting for food and fighting for life." the younger generation represented as well. ryu narvanza/college student- "because we don't have a planet b. this is the only planet we got." putting their words into action... activists rode bikes, not just for exercise... but to power the sound system and stage.hadar aviram/activist- "we're trying to save electricity -- we're trying to save resources." paul freedman founded "rock the bike."paul freedman/rock the bike- "we're not using any power from dirty sources like coal, natural gas or nuclear today." environmental groups set up booths and chatted with visitors as they passed through the lake merritt amphitheater -- exchanging ideas. the six hour event ending with a march
around the lake... and, locking hands in solidarity. in oakland, philippe djegal, kron four news. lawrence karnow: what a beautiful start to the weekend with sunshine and nice weather all the way to the coast. i'm happy to say that high pressure is building in and staying for the weekend and longer. during the next 7 days we're going to see the warmest temperatures since last summer. highs today were as much as 10 to 20 degrees above average today. some highs inland were in the low 80s. a little breeze along the coast kept temperatures cooler but still in the 60s and 70s. it should sunny and slight cooler but still warm in most places tomorrow. there are even warmer temperatures in the forecast and we'll talk more about the coming up. (jr stone) (jr stone) according to the
san francisco chronicle a software engineer's family is blaming uber for his suicide. joseph thomas's wife says her husband struggled in a way he never had before. saying that while at uber he experienced extreme stress and racial discrimination. uber will soon have to answer to a judge according to the chronicle. thomas's wife found her husband in his car in their garage back in august. he died two days later. he was 33. the family has filed a lawsuit. (justine) along the peninsula.... we are learning there is more to the deadly officer-involved shooting on highway 101... than just a man pointing a gun. tonight kron four's spencer blake brings us new details from san mateo. (looklive)"san mateo police are only involved in one part of a three-part investigation. from what they've been looking at, they've been able to tell us more about what was going on when chp officers arrived on scene."(pkg)the seven-hour shut down of northbound 101 friday night came after a
wrecka shootingand - we now know - a carjacking attempt in between those two things. captain dave norris with san mateo police is leading the investigation into the suspect's criminal behavior, and says it's not clear whether the initial crash led to the carjacking, or vice-versa."obviously we can't identify what the state of mind was of the suspect at that time."c-h-p officers responded to the wreck and saw the man -- one of the drivers in the crash - with a handgun. witnesses say the officers tried to talk him into dropping his weapon, but they couldn't get him to cooperate. that's when three officers shot him."the officers that were involved from chp as well as responding officers from san mateo police department immediately attempted to render first aid."the suspect ended up dying.his would-be carjacking victim - the other driver in the initial wreck - wasn't hurt, except for pain from the collision itself. witnesses are still sharing what they saw with police, as they piece together the chain of events."witness accounts and information came in through phone calls, through social media."c-h-p is doing
its own investigation into whether its officers followed protocol.the district attorney's office is looking into whether the shooting was justified.the coroner's office will be the one to release the name of the man who was killed. in san mateo, spencer blake, kron four news. (jr stone) breaking news out of contra costa county. where we have learned that a preliminary magnitude 3.8 earthquake struck near blackhawk. viewers from moraga, danville, and martinez all contacted us saying they felt the quake. one viewer said it shook their home pretty good. it hit just before five-30 this evening. no word on damage or injury resulting from this earthquake. a celebrity helped raise thousands of dollars for the family of 17-year-old floyd burrell... the senior at pittsburg high school.... died earlier this week... while training for the marines... kron4's lydia pantazes is live in pittsburg where mike
epps is performing tonight... the last show just started. lydia, any idea how much money was raised so far? (lydia live)you may know mike epps from movies like "next friday", "friday after next," and "the hangover."he's performing 3 shows tonight.... his last one is underway right now, all of them sold out. (pkg)(nats)mike epps is used to making his crowd roar with laughter...(nats)but this performance was different.... (sit)all the money made from his first show on saturday at the california theater in pittsburg donated to the family of floyd burrell. the pittsburg high school senior collapsed during an training exercise to prepare for the us marine corp at veterans park in brentwood on april 25th. "i was on my way here anyway and when i arrived he told me what it happened tell me brought it to me and i said you know i would love to be a part of it
and i would love to do as much as i can to support the family."the show was put together by the owner of tommy t's comedy club in pleasanton. "i got in touch with mike and he said heck yeah let's do it." the show was added just a few days ago and quickly sold out. "mike epps tickets went on sale tuesday at 2 o'clock and we didn't put the show together until wednesday so i mean the people of pittsburg really support each other."the show raised about 10-thousand dollars for the floyds family. among the people in the crowd, floyds father who met with epps after the show."number one it's not a sad week so i want to be clear about that as my sister said this was unexpected so we're just grateful thankful appreciative to the community pittsburg."
(jrs tone) coming up... looking a lot like winter... in april... we'll show you who's getting heavy snow. (justine) plus... a 14- year-old ran his 48th marathon today in the bay area.... and he wants to run two more to reach a milestone. why he's doing it.. and where he's headed.. after the break... (jrs tone) and after the break... first it was united airlines... then it was american airlines.... and now it's delta airlines under fire tonight.... the new video of a pilot hitting a passenger... next...
new at 10. looks like delta airlines is in the hot seat tonight . deltahas concluded an investigation into one of it's pilots. after t-m-z released this video today of an altercation between two passengers in atlanta. you can see the pilot on your screen steps in to separate the women by physically hitting one. in the april 21st video..you're able to see the individuals begin fighting in the jetway. according to t-mz, a delta employee escorted the women out and police dealt with the situation. both women opted to not press charges. the pilot currently under investigation...has returned to work. and you may remember kron
4 reported last week united airlines reached a settlement with doctor david dao ... the passenger who was dragged from one of its flights. dao's attorneys did ánotá disclose financial terms of the agreement...but say the united c-e-o "did the right thing". and about a week ago...american airlines suspended a flight attendant after this video surfaced, showing tense moments before a flight left s-f-o . police say a woman tried to put a stroller in the overhead bin. and the flight attendant took it down aggressively hitting her with it and coming just inches from hitting her baby. american airlines has since apologized for the incident. (justine) an ambitious teen is on his way to running a marathon in all 50 states. his latest race.. was right here in the bay area. kron 4's hermela aregawi caught up with him at the finsih line. and tells us this kid... is using his feet, so others can see...... nikolas toocheck is not your average kid.the 14 year old has run a marathon in 48
states. nikolas toocheck/ran marathons in 48 states: last week i just did four marathons. this week i'm just doing one. and you know sometimes you've gotta take it easy. you gotta know your body. but you know i'm out here to have fun.toocheck runs each race with his dad, an optometrist.daniel toocheck/ran marathon in 48 states: it's priceless. it's one of those things where you get to do something that you love and help other people at the same time. truly there's nothing better than that.it was his work that inspired his son to raise money for seva - a berkeley based foundation that helps prevent and treat blindness.nikolas toocheck/ran marathons in 48 states: i just decided if i was going to do what i love across the country. i might as well help other people while i'm doing it.the father and son have now raised nearly 50-thousand dollars and counting for seva foundation. andrea sharkey and claire mccabe/seva foundation: i think he's an inspiring young man. i mean just to take this task on is pretty amazing.i want to train for a full marathon now. i only do half
marathons and if he can do it i can at least do one. and i will cheer her on.(hermela aregawi)nikolas has actually run a total of 57 marathons on all 7 continentes.the pair have two states left to reach their goal.vermont and newhampshire in mid may.live in the newsroom, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. (justine) take a look at this... a heavy, sloppy spring snowstorm created some serious damage for homes and businesses in colorado. six to 12 inches fell in the metro area while the foothills saw anywhere from 8 to 22 inches of snow people spent their weekend shoveling driveways and clearing their cars. a winter storm warning was in effect for a large part of eastern colorado. a blizzard warning was also issued for extreme eastern colorado. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow.
lawrence karnow: what a beautiful start to the weekend with sunshine and nice weather all the way to the coast. i'm happy to say that high pressure is building in and staying for the weekend and longer. during the next 7 days we're going to see the warmest temperatures since last summer. highs today were as much as 10 to 20 degrees above average today. some highs inland were in the low 80s. a little breeze along the coast kept temperatures cooler but still in the 60s and 70s. you can see the huge ridge of high pressure building over california but there's still rain in washington and oregon. high pressure will likely weaken just slighty tomorrow but there will still be plenty of sunshine and warm weather. it's going to be a gorgeous sunday. the forecast models show mostly clear skies tonight and sunday. in fact, high pressure will strengthen again next week and possibly bring some 90s to the bay
area. overnight lows will be in the upper 40s to mid 50s. highs tomorrow may be slightly cooler but not by much. we're still expecting low 80s inland tomorrow but a sea breeze will likely keep temperatures cooler near the coast and in the 60s. there will be plenty of 70s around the bay. the next 7 days will be the warmest this year. offshore winds will warm us up againg midweek with some highs reaching the low 90s. cooler weather is expected next weekend. (justine) coming up... (justine)
only option to alert the authorities he was trouble. reporter cassie carlisle has his story. casey bennett:"airbags smell like gunpowder when they go off."22-year-old casey bennett vividly recalls the crash everyone's been asking about for the last three weeks.casey bennett:"i heard a crunch, and i was like ugh, now my car's going to be in the shop for like two weeks this sucks. the next thought i had was you're upside down. the next thought was you're upside down again." bennett's car rolled twice and stopped on its side.he was pinned by his seatbelt.casey bennett:"i was literally just dangling down, like, hanging out, and i was trying to figure out if i could get out and i was, like, no, you're just going to have to hang out here. then i just pressed down the side button here for six seconds and it called 9-1-1." his apple watch sent an alert to his emergency contacts list, letting mom and dad know where he was and got him a dispatcher.casey bennett:"it's just really cool to be able to talk to someone for six minutes, because it would have felt like much longer waiting ... not knowing someone was coming."his dad showed up in time to ride with him in the ambulance to the hospital.then
the watch sent an update with the hospital's address so mom could meet them there.through it all, bennett remains unfazed.casey bennett:"my friends ask me that, they're like are you like anxious or anything? i was like i've been driving for six years and this happened once, i'm okay."the bruise on his chest from the seatbelt, and on his knee from the roll, were the sole physical reminders the crash happened.those bruises have faded.while the memory of that evening remains clear, his family thankful the best things in life are still with them. ( justine) bennett sent a thank you message to apple c-e-o tim cook... for the emergency function on the watch. he got a response saying, the company was glad he was okay. apple has received some backlash about the emergency feature on the watch. several dispatch centers in the bay area have complained because users accidently dial 9-1-1. (jr stone) still ahead... the father of a 5-year-old boy... who has been missing
for a week now... is speaking out about his son's disappearance. hear what he has to say... coming up... (justine) and after the break... we go indepth tonight on new california senator kamala (com- ala) harris' time so far on capitol hill... including what she is saying about rumors of a presidential run...
stay out front with tempur-pedic. our proprietary material automatically adjusts to your weight, shape and temperature. so you sleep deeply, and wake up feeling powerful. find your exclusive retailer at tempurpedic.com (justine) now at 10:30... there is a rising star in the u.s. senate who has finished her first 100 days in office... and she's from the bay area. (jr stone) some democrats are already talking her up for the white house. in tonight's kron 4 indepth story... chief washington correspondent jim osman... sat down with california's newest senator - kamala harris. ..... kamala harris.only the second african american woman ever in
the u.s. senatehas had quite the first 100 days. "i'm not clear do you find the nasa results debatable? cia director mike pompeo found out how tough kamala harris can be when she pressed him on a nasa climate report during his confirmation hearings. "without objection the senator from california "the freshman senator has already given a number of pointed speeches on the senate floor.and she visited iraq and jordan in early april to beef up her foreign relations credentials. sen. harris: "i can tell you there's nothing about it that's boring there's a lot about it that's completely unpredictable. you go to sleep at night and the next morning you find that some other thing is happening raised in berkeley, educated at dc's howard university she ascended to california attorney general and now to the senate. to cap it off: her senate office is the very office where she interned in the mail room of a california senator in 1984. "walking on the senate floor as a senator
it was a remarkable experience to come back to this place. " and she's hit the senate jackpot of sorts being appointed to plum committees: budget, intelligence and homeland security. " i think north korea presents the biggest threat to our national security. it is critical the administration and the president of the united states ---that the words that are used should be thoughtful." harris does have her share of critics who pan her time as california a.g. for playing politics with the office, which she denies. and her refusal, as san francisco da, to seek the death penalty against a cop killer in 2004 could haunt her.but in her short time in the senate, she's worked with republicans such as marco rubio and lindsay graham on measures about hate crimes and immigration. longtime colleague congresswoman
barbara lee. rep barbara lee (d): "senator harris is very tough she is smart and she is strategic and she is bold and a visionary she is honest and has a lot of integrity."harris is a considered an obama protege and some democrats think could be a fresh face for president in 2020. (laughing)" i think people are starved already for change as far as i'm concerned i have a big job to do right now that's what i am focused on. "which could help her name recognition. 30 percent of californians say they don't know enough about her to form an opinion. jim osman kron4 news washington. (jr stone) today marks the 25th anniversary of the los angeles riots. on april 29, 19-92.. four white police l-a-p-d officers were discharged of beating rodney
king. that sparked anger...leading to looting.. setting fires... violence in the streets rioters went as far as beating a white truck driver in south los angeles. dusk to dawn curfews were imposed. the national guard was called in as were the army and marines. the riots lasted for six days. (justine) after her event at cal was cancelled this week... ann coulter's spoke in modesto and addressed the controversey. this is a photo taken of the conservative commentator speaking to an audience at a republican party fundraiser the media was not allowed inside. coulter's speech at u-c berkeley was canned over threats of violence. she blammed college culture for the cancellation. her supporters rallied around her. (sot) (justine) "they really like to
dealmonize her so we're just here to show our support""i think what it may have proved to the city of modesto that we not have trouble" there were tension protesters --that never violence. (jr stone) north korean leader, kim jong un continues to defy president trump by launching another ballistic missile test today. but once again north korea's missile test failed. according to the u-s it went about 35-kilometers, but it never left north korea. for the last several months north korea has been trying to perfect using a mobile launcher. the main reason is because it's easy to launch and it's hard to detect president trump has said major conflict with north korea is possible but he wants a diplomatic solution. (jr stone) the us navy released a video friday showing the uss strike group is in waters of the korean peninsula. south korea says they were carrying out military drills. north korea reacted to the carl vinson being back in the region... calling it 'a reckless action'
(justine) happening now.... homicide detectives are continuing their search for a five-year-old boy who went missing since last saturday... in southern california. from our partners at c-n-n reporter tom wait has the latest details.. a new twist in aramazd andressian's disappearance. the 5-year-old's father - who is believed to be the last one to see the young boy alive - is now releasing a statement through his attorney - after refusing multiple requests for an interview."there has been a great deal of speculation regarding the timeline around (aramazd's disappearance. the last time i saw my son was on saturday morning, the 22nd, at arroyo park near my home in south pasadena."aramazd sr. goes on to say he and his son went to the park before the 5-year-old was supposed to be dropped off with his mother - as part of the divorced couple's custody arrangement. in the statement andressian says he remembers being here in the park in one moment with
his son and then waking up in the hospital. andressian speculates he was attacked - and doesn't know what happened to his son.but whether police believe that account is unclear - detectives reported at the time of andressian's arrest he told them multiple stories about what happened. investigators have only confirmed one part of andressian's story - that he was found unconscious in arroyo park.sheriff's investigators have already searched a lake area near santa barbara and then again today went back to andressian's home with a search warrant - combing the house for any clues to could lead to the five year old (justine) that was tom wait reportering. sheriff's deputies set andressian free earlier this week with little explanation. (justine) coming up... a massive tree falls in the middle of a busy highway in washington state.... and it was all caught on camera... the video you don't want to miss...(jr stone) and after the break... an 18 year old man is accused of killing and sexually assaulting an elderly woman... why people who knew the teen say, they never saw it
( justine) those who know the man accussed of killing an elderly woman with his bare hands in sacramento countysay they are shocked by the charges against him. police say neven butler killed the 86-year old woman after sexually and physically assaulting her at the highlands high school track wednesday... the same school he went to and played football. the 18-year old also allegedly assaulted a 61- year old and 92-year old that same day... the crimes are something a north highlands mom...who doesn't want to go on camera...say's she can't believe. (sot) "generally i can tell the boys i'm scared of theyre bigger they give you that eye they stare at you differently but he never did that with me" (justine) butler has
been charged with murder and two counts of assault with intent to commit rape. (jrstone) a man was arrested in san leandro early this morning for stabbing another man in a parking lot. san mateo police say they received reports of the stabbing just before midnight friday. authorities say officers responded to a parking lot on laural avenue near cherry street where they found a man stabbed in the chest three times. the victim directed the officers to an address in san leandro. police located and arrested bulmaro maldonado. maldonado was booked into the san mateo county jail on attempted murder charges. (justine) coming up... we'll tell you why there is rise in bee swarms in northern california.(lawrence) (jrs stone) ahead in sports...
yes, the toyota mirai runs on hydrogen. yes, the fuel is complimentary for up to three years. yes, it has an epa-estimated range of 312 miles. yes, you will probably have to answer lots of silly questions from strangers. yes, this is a mind-blowing marvel of technology. and, yes, you can buy it today- because the future doesn't start next week, next month or next year... the future starts now. in the hydrogen-fueled toyota mirai. (justine) the heavy rain
this winter was good news for the declining bee populations. unlike in past years, bees are much more active because of having more to eat, drink, and having plenty of wildflowers. surprisingly enough bee swarms have increased from having 20 to 40- thousand bees to 100-thousand and they recently started their colonization process again. bee keepers are impressed with their recent comeback. the people that are benefiting from this rise are almond farmers. according to bee keeper nathan smith almond pollination is very important for the environment (jrstone) take a look at this... a huge tree went crashing down on a busy highway in washington state...
and it was all caught on a dash cam. the tree came down directly on top of a toyota prius... injuring the 54 year-old woman behind the wheel. transportation officials say the tree cracked and broke after rotting. according to those officials-- tree experts regularly patrol the area and remove potentially hazardous trees. they do not know details yet about this massive overgrown cottonwood tree-- or why the rot wasn't spotted earlier. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: what a beautiful start to the weekend with sunshine and nice weather all the way to the coast. i'm
happy to say that high pressure is building in and staying for the weekend and longer. during the next 7 days we're going to see the warmest temperatures since last summer. highs today were as much as 10 to 20 degrees above average today. some highs inland were in the low 80s. a little breeze along the coast kept temperatures cooler but still in the 60s and 70s. you can see the huge ridge of high pressure building over california but there's still rain in washington and oregon. high pressure will likely weaken just slighty tomorrow but there will still be plenty of sunshine and warm weather. it's going to be a gorgeous sunday. the forecast models show mostly clear skies tonight and sunday. in fact, high pressure will strengthen again next week and possibly bring some 90s to the bay area. overnight lows will be in the upper 40s to mid 50s. highs tomorrow may be slightly cooler but not by much. we're still expecting low 80s inland tomorrow but a sea breeze will
likely keep temperatures cooler near the coast and in the 60s. there will be plenty of 70s around the bay. the next 7 days will be the warmest this year. offshore winds will warm us up againg midweek with some highs reaching the low 90s. cooler weather is expected next weekend. the san francisco the san weekend. weekend.
the san francisco 49ers and oakland raiders were both back in action today in rounds 4 through 7 of the nfl draft. we start with the san francisco 49ers and this is their fourth round pick. joe williams, running back, utah. in just nine games last year he ran for more than 14- hundred yards. he had ten touchdowns on the season. in the fifth round of the nfl draft the 49ers selected george kittle, tight end, iowa. kittle is considered one of the best blocking tight ends in this entire draft. he can also catch. last season he had 22 catches for 314 yards and four touchdowns. rounds one through three were held on thursday and friday. the san francisco 49ers drafted defensive end solomon thomas out of stanford and inside linebacker reuben foster out of alabama to name a couple. as for the raiders focus today......adding depth to their offensive line and improving their defense. with their fourth pick the silver and
black picked up
offensive tackle david sharpe out of florida. it's been reported that sharpe is almost blind in his right eye... but according to him those are false reports. in the fifth round they took inside linebacker marquel lee from wake forest. lee isn't expected to start alongside khalil mack on the first day, but the hope is he will eventually win the job. and in the first three rounds... they took argubly one of the best corners gareon conley with their first pick in the draft. he slipped to 24 was because he is accused of raping a woman in a cleveland hotel earlier this month. he has denied those claims. the san francisco giants played host to the san diego padres atat&t park. we go to the bottom of the fifth inning... eduardo nunez chopper goes over the head of jhoulys chacin...connor gillaspie rounds third and scores. "one-one" tied game. top of the sixth, padres up big...and will
myers takes the
pitch high and deep to left field ...see ya!... a three-run homerun to push the padres over the giants (9-3) padres. padres win (12-4). the a's hoping to break a five-game losing streak in houston. j-j watt was at the ballpark to watch the astros take on the a's. in the 8th innning - khris davis hits a solo shot giving oakland a 2-nothing lead. in the 9th santiago casilla in for the a's... forces brian mccann into a double play a's win 2-1 they'll close out the series tomorrow the warriors continue to get ready for the second round. tomorrow they will know if they will face the l-a clippers or the jazz warriors interim head coach mike brown spoke today.mike brown:this is a veteran group and our nucleus is for deep into the playoffs. they've swept teams before so they're been put in this situation. you talk a guy like david
west, kevin durant they've been on teams that have been in situation like this. here's the warriors upcoming schedule. they'll begin the second round at oracle arena this tuesday night on saturday the series will move either to utah or los angeles (justine) why this new stamp from the postal service... is totally out of this world.
your finger, and the eclispe reappears. flip the stamp over ... and you'll see the eclispe's diagonal path across the u.s. on august 21st, as the moon covers the sun in the sky. (jr stone) today----san francisco and the nation commemorated the life of civil rights'' leader cesar chavez. and hundreds of people marched in the cesar chavez day parade in the cities mission district this afternoon. the march traveled from dolores park to mission street to honor the man who stood for farmworkers in the 19-60's. those who came out for the event seemed to enjoy the dozens of low riders and custom cars displayed at the end of the parade. justine...i was down there today and many barbecues taking place as ((justine)) much more news coming up at the top of
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the subaru impreza. more than a car, it's a subaru. our big story tonight... on his 100th day of office, president donald trump skips out on a white house tradition... and holds a campaign-like rally in pennsylvania... i'm jr stone.(( justine@bam)) and i'm justine waldman... the move makes him the first president in decades to snub the white house correspondents dinner. more on that in a minute.. first, here's a look at what the president has done so far in office... (justine) in one of his most widely touted achievements ...he filled a supreme court seat with neil gorsuch. he authorized
missile strikes in syria. the new president greenlighted the construction of the keystone x-l and dakota access oil pipelines. and to expand offshore drilling in the atlantic and arctic. despite efforts, he did not "repeal and replace" the affordable care act. trump's first national security adviser, michael flynn, resigned after it was revealed he misled vice president mike pence about his contact with russia's ambassador. just this past week, a judge blocked his attempts to withhold money from sanctuary cities... like san francisco... courts also halted his plan to ban people from several muslim- majority countries from entering the united states. reporter steve nannes has the latest details on president trump's 100th day in office. instead of attending the black-tie event- - president trump held a campaign-s