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whoosh"police search warrant ... come out with your hands up now!"chp officers nail three suspects in the gfreeway beating of a lyft driver."we were able to identify the parties after viewing videos posted on facebook"whooshtech reporter gabe slate explains why amazon's purchase of whole foods could mean a permanent change in the way you buy groceries,whooshif you're cooking with coconut oil for health reasons ... you might be better off eating candy.the reason why on kron four news in prime time. (pam) the bay area is about to get scorching hot... thanks for joining us...i'm pam moore....(steve) and i'm steve aveson... a major heat wave is heading our way.... with some areas... reaching into triple digits...for several days. here's a look at just how hot some areas are going to get.... the map showing 100 degrees in the north and east bay areas... (pam) chief meteorologist brittney shipps joins us now.... with details on how long this heat wave will last ... and tips on how to stay safe...
warmer temperatures are expected for the weekend into next week as an upper level ridge strengthens over the southwest. a heat advisory is in effect for most inland locations for this weekend into early next week as temperatures warm to as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages and begin to pose potential heat related illnesses. dry weather conditions and mostly clear skies will also prevail through the forecast period.
(pam) and to stay informed about the weather .. you can log on to kron4 dot com... there you can see a regional map showing detailed information on how hot it will get in your area... plus... tips on how to stay safe during the heat wave... and you can always check and see if there is a heat advisory issued for your area... all that on kron4
dot com. (steve) happening now fire crews are trying to figure out what caused a warehouse to go up in flames.... you're looking at video from the san francisco fire department as they were working to put out the flames....(steve) all this happening in the city's bay view district....(pam) kron 4's hermela aregawi... has details on what happened.... the fire started around 12:30 this afternoon.fire officials say it burned through practically every part of this 5000 square foot ware house, a facility that manufactures metal.those who work nearby describe the initial moments. coral romero/witness: i heard a muffled explosion. that's a muffled boom like one of the kids up on the hill were throwing fireworks. my partner thought it was one of the metal guys dropped a peace of metal on the concrete so i didn't jump up or anything because we're used to hearing that noise all the time. and then the cabinet guys across the street said fire get out now.fortunately no one was in
the warehouse when the fire started.and fire officials say they were successful in keeping it from spreading to businesses next door and residences nearby.but they say it wasn't easy.leut. jonathan baxter/spokesman, sffd: we were very fortunate that we were able to keep this 5000 square foot fully involved warehouse fire to just that warehouse. we have no exposures to any of our surrounding businesses or to our residential areas. we did put an initial shelter in place in effect which is still in place, precautionary, due to the fact that we had a good strong wind going east and we wanted to make sure the residential areas were pretoectedthe san francisco fire department had all hands on deck and even had to call their reserves.officials say about 122 firefighters were on the scene.and many are expected to work into tomorrow afternoon to finish the jobno injuries to report.and no one was displaced.(hermela aregawi) the source and cause of the fire is still under investigation.reporting in san franisco, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news.
(steve) the two men charged with killing 36 people in the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire were in court today... but they did not enter a plea. derick almena and max harris have been in custody for two weeks and were scheduled to make a plea today. however, both suspects remained silent. both attorney's are saying both almena and harris may have not been able to focus today because they are having a difficult time in custody. (steve) both almena and harris face 36-counts of involuntary manslaughter. their attorneys say they are trying
to get almena and harris out of custody. both men will appear back in court before a judge in july. (pam) an attorney for one of the deadly ghost ship warehouse defendants ... spoke out today, telling the media, his client is innocent. (pam) curtis briggs, who represents max harris says, harris is not the type of man responsible for killing 36 - people. briggs was also joined by family members, as they called harris a loving person who is innocent.
story is playing out as we speak in minnesota. that's where a jury today found a police officer...not guilty...in the killing of a black man...and now...there's a large protest.(pam) grant lodes has been tracking this case since last july... he is here now... with what is currently taking place on the streets... and what
happened earlier today in court. (grant) officer jeronimo yanez shot and killed philando castile during a traffic stop last july just outside saint paul. today, he was aquitted of manslaughter. the shooting gained national attention when castile's girlfriend broadcasted the shooting on facebook live. during the trial... officer yanez testified he feared for his life because castile reached for his gun, despite being instructed not to. yanez shot castile five times in the chest. after the verdict, the city of saint anthony, minnesota announced that officer yanez will no longer be on the force. a few
hundred people are protesting the jury's decision. they're marching from minnesota's capitol in saint paul...to show their outrage. earlier there were lots of kids walking with the group. some are carrying signs that read "unite for philando" and "black lives
matter." they're chanting "no justice, no peace, prosecute the police." there have not been reports of voilence or property damage. we'll monitor the situation and break in if things change. (steve) three suspects have been arrested in the brutal beating of a lyft driver on highway 101.. the incident happened back in march... bystanders captured the assault on video that eventually helped c-h-p identify the suspect... 25-year-old gabrielle rodriguez.... 19-year-old
jarrelle williams and 33-year-old derwayne johnson were all arrested on multiple charges including assault with a deadly weapon...batter y...and vandalism. investigators say this was the first time that motorcycle sideshow activity ended in violence and they hope the arrests of these suspects sends a message to anyone thinking about doing something like this again.. investigators say they have an arrest warrant for a 22-year-old san francisoc resident, quintrell anderson who is considered the 4thsuspect connected to this case. (pam) statistics show that one- in- 8 californians... struggles with hunger... either having nothing to eat, or not knowing where or when their next meal will come. (steve) the problem is even more acute here in the
bay area. the local food bank says one in 4 people in our community are food insecure. many are children. (pam) as part of kron's commitment to fight hunger, kron 4 staff members volunteered to help. today was selected as part of a company- wide community effort.. to honor the founding of our company- the nextstar media group. kron4's philippe djegal has more. (philippe)nats- hunger is a year-round problem...nats- and, the boxes of food distributed to needy families at food banks, don't package themselves.steve aveson/kron 4- "it does feel good to make a difference."nats- our own steve aveson joined by dozens more of us from kron four... rolling up our sleeves in san francisco, alameda county, santa clara county and contra costa coounty...nats-jim swanson/kron 4- "i have a sore shoulder, but i'm trying to loosen it up right now, so i can move quicker." at rapid speed...nats- kron four crews and volunteers from
several other organizations pack up ten of thousands of pounds of food... that'll eventually either be delivered to or picked-up by families in all nine bay area counties who have the ability to cook... but not necessarily the financial means to buy groceries.christine gaston/kron 4- "lunches for kids, family, the elderly." at the san francisco-marin food bank... kron four's general manager chris mcdonnell is determined to break the record of the most boxes prepared in a day.chris mcdonnell/kron 4- "go big or go home." a competitive spirit embraced by this group at second harvest food bank of santa clara and san mateo counties....vicki liviakis/kron 4- "we're trying to beat, uh, is it progressive insurance? i think we can do it." we were also at the food bank of contra costa county and solano in concord... which feeds more than 190- thousand families a year.larry sly/food bank of coco county & solano- "most of the families we have have a working individual in the family -- they just cannot make a go of it." the hardwork these volunteers are carrying out at warehouses across the bay happens daily.paul ash/sf- marin food bank- "it takes 40,000 volunteers to keep the wheels moving here." and, that's in san francisco alone.
michael altfest/alameda county community food bank- "alameda county community food bank is serving one in five county residents. uh, the efforts to help sort and prepare this food for distribution are critical to our efforts."chris mcdonnell/kron 4- "this is our one day of the year, that our our parent company of nextstar broadcasting has enabled us to give four hours of paid time, uh, on the company, to to donate our time wherever we want, and our our employees wanted to to this at food banks throughout the san francisco, oakland, san jose area, so we're really excited. we've got crews everywhere, all day. so, its all for a good cause." a day of caring... in all of our commmunities. philippe djegal, kron four news. (pam) all this week on kron4... we have been highlighting the passionate work done by our local food banks and their volunteers. it is part of our commitment to the community.. for more information on how you can help... go to our website - kron4 dot com... look for the section on the right side of the page. (pam) ahead on the kron4
news at eight.. caught on camera... a seven- eleven clerk yelling at a customer... for speaking spanish... where it happened and the lengths some people are going through to help stop racism... (steve) plus...crews are desperately searching for a father who went missing... after he jumped in the merced river to save his daughter.... find out why the man and his family should not have been in the park in the first place...(pam) and after the break.... new details we are learning about the man who shot and killed three people and himself at a san francisco -u-p-s facility.... putting news first. pam moore. steve aveson. brittney shipp. and gary radnich. the kron4 news at 10 every night.
(steve) we are learning new details about the man who opened fire inside a u-p-s facility in san francisco earlier this week... police say 38-year-old jimmy lam shot and killed three co- workers before turning the gun on himself. kron 4's charles clifford is live in san francisco tonight with the latest details.... well, it's starting to appear that jimmy lam. .the shooter in this case . . . may have been a very troubled man who struggled with personal issues for a long time before wednesday's shooting at this ups facility. on friday, the associated press reported that an sfpd official has told them that jimmy lam, the suspect in
wednesday's deadly shooting at this ups facility, may have felt disrespected by his colleagues. one of lam's co- workers also told the a-p that lam had struggled with depression and personal problems for years. among his past issues, lam was convicted twice of driving on a suspended license. in 2010 he was convicted of driving under the influence and sentenced to three years' probation.at some point he may have also been involved in a dispute with a girlfriend over visitation rights for their child. but while more is being learned about jimmy lam's past, his motive for shooting and killing three coworkers remains a mystery.we reached out of the sfpd on friday, but they declined to comment stating that the investigation into the shooting is still ongoing.meanwhile, the family and friends of those who died continue to mourn. in san francisco's diamond heights neighborhood a memorial for 46- year old michael lefiti continues to grow. people we spoke to on friday couldn't believe that anyone would have a problem with him.sota gofund me page has also been set up for another victim, 50 year old benson louie, to help his family pay for funeral expenses.
finally, we have also learned that jimmy lam may have taken several months off from work to try to deal with his issues. in san francisco, charles clifford kron 4 news. (pam) covering california... a search is still underway.. as deputies continue to look for a man swept away by the merced rver.(pam) 36-year-old jose castaneda was last seen wednesday... swimming with his 3-year-old daughter and pregnant wife. crews say, castaneda's daughter was swept away by the current, and both he and his wife went after her. both the wife and child made it to safety, but castaneda never resurfaced. now, officials are warning people of the dangers of swimming in a river.
very deep - it's very cold">(pam) sheriff deputies say, the merced river is closed this year due to dangerous currents... but a lot of the signs were damaged. now sheriff deputies warn people to enjoy the river at a distance. (steve) turning our attention to weather as we take this live look at san francisco international airport... hot weather is about to hit the bay area.... (pam) joining us now is chief meteorologist brittney shipp with details on this heat wave... warmer temperatures are expected for the weekend into next week as an upper level ridge strengthens over the southwest. a heat advisory is in effect for most inland
with another ship... and seven are still unaccounted for. the u-s-s fitzgerald collided with a merchant ship .. off the coast of yoko-suka, japan. the ship is taking on water but offcials say, it is ánotá in danger of sinking. the japanese coast guard is helping search the waters around the ship for the missing crew members. there are approximately thrr- hundred- thirty sailors on board. (steve) coming up... find out why the american heart association... is warning against using coconut oil... ((gary sports tease))"coming up a little later in this broadcast you will not believe how much the warriors ownership paid to have the parade yesterday.""ooh i'll have to find out""that's exactly the benefit of a tease. we got some emails, some warriors
stuff>"plenty of warriors, a little bit of everything""nobody ripping your husband..." "there might be a rip or two.""alright... people love the negative... a little bit later in this broadcast." (steve)here's what we're tracking tonight at ten... .....tonight at ten sot: ella sogomonian/walnut creek//"coming up here in walnut creek although it is near sundown the temperature is still hovering near 90 degrees and although many out there are excited for the start of summer we're going to have some safety tips for you to avoid becoming a victim to the heat tonight at 10." the bathroom.
thof how q got curly. quin was crazy about curls. curly fries. curly straws. curly haired dogs. even those cute curly tails on pigs. but to quin's chagrin everything about her was so very straight. which made the next twist so amazing. did she expect to find a high-end hair curler at a mind-bendingly low price? never. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it. marshalls. your surprise is waiting. it has become so popular in recent years but now word that ... coconut oil may not be healthy after all...that's according to a new study.(pam) the american heart association says, the widely popular oil has a high count of l-d-l .... or bad
cholesterol. this can increase the chances of suffering from cardiovascular problems. officials say, coconut oil should only be used for hair and skin care. overall officials say, olive oil and vegetable oil may be healthier options. (steve)amazon is buying the whole foods grocery store chain for a deal valued around fourteen billion dollars.the acquisition still needs approval but is expected to go through by the end the of year. amazon said the stores will keep the "whole foods" name and running the way they are now.but as our tech reporter gabe slate shows us this move by amazon to own four hundred and sixty brick and motor stores across the country is part of a bigger plan to change the way you grocery shop.((pkg)) amazon wants you to think of them first when you think about buying groceries.they have already entered this market with their amazon fresh delivery systemthis is happening now in the bay area amazon prime members who subscribe to the $15 a month
fresh service can order groceries online and have them delivered to their home at a time of their choosing.so buying 460 grocery stores across the country will help them expand their move into this market.. the whole foods stores will be their distribution centersbesides being able to offer grocery delivery in more cities and for cheaperthey can also offer grocery pick up they have expressed interest in this you order your groceries online or on an app in your phone then go to a whole foods parking lot where there would be a drive thru for you to pick up your food. amazon's gadgets around your home would contribute the convenient shopping with the echo wifi voice assistant speaker you could quickly add items to your shopping list with voice commands.and check this out new device from amazon called the dash wand it's a $20 hand held voice gadget that sits on your fridge via magnet and lets you add to your list with your voice.or you feel talking takes to long.. you can use the built in bar-code scanner to scan food products and add them to your list that way.. here's another thing amazon
could do with all the whole food stores.they could turn them into amazon go grocery stores.so far there is one amazon go in seatle it offers a radical new high tech shopping experienceyou grab an item off the shelf. an app running on your phone, which can stay in your pocket, or purse, knows what you have grabbed. it runs a tally on everything pick up and charges your credit card attached to your amazon account.and you just leave the store. there's no check out. no cash registers. no clerks. no line.. you just walk out..it would take some time. but amazon could build this system throughout the whole foods network.. with your tech report gabe slate kron 4 news. (pam) ahead at eight.. president donald trump announcing his new policy on cuba.... but he may be distracted with his russia drama back on capitol hill... we'll explain the growing cloud of controversy...
(steve) plus... president trump may be going against what he promised during his campaign... about deporting undocumented immigrants who came to the u-s as small children... but find out why many are saying it's only a temporary relief....(pam) and after the break.... extremely hot weather is about to hit the bay area.... keeping fire crews on high alert... we'll show you how they plan on keeping you safe ... through the bay area heat wave... ♪ ♪ (vo) you can pass down a subaru forester. (dad) she's all yours. (vo) but you get to keep the memories. love.
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castile during a traffic stop last july just outside saint paul. today, he was aquitted of manslaughter. the shooting gained national attention when castile's girlfriend broadcasted the shooting on facebook live. during the trial... officer yanez testified he feared for his life because castile reached for his gun, despite being instructed not to. yanez shot castile five times in the chest. after the verdict, the city of saint anthony, minnesota announced that officer yanez will no longer be on the force. a few hundred people are protesting the jury's decision. they're marching from minnesota's capitol in saint paul...to show their outrage. earlier there were lots of kids walking with the group. some are carrying signs that read "unite for philando" and "black lives matter."they're chanting "no justice, no peace, prosecute the police." there have not been reports of voilence or property damage. we'll monitor the situation and break in if things change.
(steve) now at 8:30.... a major heat wave is about to hit the bay area.... as we take a live look outside at san francisco's embarcadero... and conditions at the san mateo, golden gate and bay bridges... showing nice warm weather right now..... (pam) let's get right to chief meteorologist brittney shipp...(steve) she has details how how long this heat wave is going to last.... warmer temperatures are expected for the weekend into next week as an upper level ridge strengthens over the southwest. a heat advisory is in effect for most inland locations for this weekend into early next week as temperatures warm to as much as 20 degrees above seasonal averages and begin to pose potential heat related illnesses. dry weather conditions and mostly clear skies will also prevail through the forecast period.
drought, there are also a lot more dead trees and brush along with all that grass. hoping for the best, calfire is prepared for the worst. chris goodnight/calfire(steve) already this year calfire has responded to one- thousand-six-hundred and six fires across the state. those fires have consumed more than 17-thousand acres. compared to last year that's roughly two-hundred-fifty more fires but more than two times the number of acres have burned. (pam) in national news tonight... president trump traveled to miami today to announce his new policy on cuba... but his thoughts appear to be focused on the russia drama back in washington. reporter kristen holmes ... in
washington with the latest details on the administration' s new policies... and new troubles. mr. president, are you under investigation by the fbi? president trump ignoring questions on the fbi russia probeafter a morning tweetstorm on reports he is now himself under investigation saying:i am being investigated for firing the fbi director by the man who told me to fire the fbi director! witch hunta source who spoke to the president within the last 24 hours-- saying trump was likely refering to deputy attorney general rod rosenstein --- who wrote the memo recommending the firing of former fbi director james comeyat the same time-- trump transition officials-- receiving a memo directing them to save all records that could be relevant in the russia investigation vice president pence hiring a lawyer to represent him in all matters related to the probe vice president mike pence: it's very routine. (reporter: it's very routine?) pence: very routine. while the administration continues to
play whack a mole with questions on russia--- president trump is taking a swing at his predecesor's legacy once again--president donald trump: "i'm cancelling the last administration's completely one sided deal with cuba." announcing his cuba policy in miami-- the president --hitting the rewind button on former president obama's actionsby tightening restrictions on u-s travel and commercial tiespresident donald trump: "to the cuban government, i say, put an end to the abuse of dissidents."in washington, i'm kristen holmes. (steve) president donald trump has officially reversed his campaign promise to deport undocumented immigrants who came to the united states as small children.... but it's only a temporary relief... the department of homeland security making the announcement late thursday night. "d-h-s" says immigrants enrolled in the 2012 "deferred action for childhood arrivals" also known as the daca program will continue to be eligible... for now.... the trump administration is still reviewing the future of the
program and things can change.... because president trump has not made a decision about daca's long term fate. there are about 800-thousand students currently in the daca program. (steve) still ahead... some changes are coming to marriott hotels... what you need to know if you need to cancel your reservations... (pam) plus... find out how many adults still think chocolate milk comes from "brown cows".... the number will likely shock you.... (steve) and after the break... it's video that has gone viral of a 7-eleven cashier berating a spanish speaking customer.... what a stranger is doing to help stop this from happening to anyone else...
florida... reporter brendaliss gonzalez explains how strangers are now coming forward to defend the customer ... nat sound:"listen to me."this is the response- nat sound:"do you have papers?." this seven-11 clerk gave the man taking this video after he'd asked for a pack of cigarettes in broken english. nat sound:"is he here legally?" yasmany rodriguez recorded the encounter after a few bystanders stepped in to his defense. nat sound: days later- the video is spreading- carlos perez:"racism is not dead. stop the ignoranceand now this stranger- is speaking up for rodriguez- who by the way- is a legal u-s citizen who moved here from cuba. carlos perez:"it's unfair that you're not allowed to treat people like that no matter what." a spokesperson for seven-11 emailed us the following statement, quote ... "every customer is important. the statements made by the sales associate were inappropriate and offensive. we are investigating the matter and will ensure it is handled appropriately,"
endquote.carlos perez:"it was uncalled for." regardless of the outcome- nat sound:carlos perez is willing to stand out in the heat- carlos perez:"i'm here to represent the spanish community." hoping this video- and his sign- won't go unnoticed- carlos perez:"we cannot single handedly stop racism but we can let these people know that we are not going to tolerate this kind of attitude and we will not be belittled." (pam) a manager at the seven-11 where the incident happened says the situation has been handled, but would not elaborate on any details. (pam) changes are coming to marriott hotels cancellation policy... the hotel chain used to require a 24-hour notice if a guest wanted to cancel their reservation. but now the policy is changing to 48-hours. hotel officials say it is partly because last-minute cancellations left many hotel rooms unfilled. the new rule applies to marriott-owned hotels in the u-s, canada, latin america and the
caribbean. the 24-hour policy still applies to customers with reservations before june 15th. (steve) in sports -- gary joins us with his lovely wife alicia to read fan emails(pam) plus -- the giants are in colorado playing against the rockies -- they are looking to break a 3-game losing streak -- gary will give us a quick update from coors field and has all the sports coming up
pharmacy wisconsin senator tammy baldwin is working on bill aimed at stopping dramatic price increases in prescription drugs. baldwin: "if we're talking about a life- saving medication or something that affects people's wellbeing -- i just think it demands our action."under the bill, -- if a drug company
wants to raise the price of a medicine by 10% or more within a year, the company would have to explain to health and human services why the price increase is necessary. baldwin: "we know that the drug corporations have been jacking up prices." pharmaceutical trade group, phrma, says lawmakers are focusing on the wrong issue. phrma argues drug makers are not the reason some medicines have become unaffordable. they say the insurance companies are to blame."patients are being asked to pay a larger and larger share of their medicines cost, they're having higher deductibles, more coinsurance and copays that are making it difficult for them to afford medicines." 1:59 phrma also says instead of regulating pharmaceutical companies, lawmakers should look at the fda. phrma:. right now it takes too long and costs too much to get a medicine approved and to the market for patients. but senator baldwin argues drug companies are raising prices on medicines simply because they can. she hopes forcing them to justify price increases will change that.
baldwin: "it's an accountability and transparency measure, to try and reign in these pharmaceutical corporations." warriors owners, joe lacob and peter guber reportedly payed 4-million dollars to cover the entire cost of their championship parade yesterday and it looks like they'll need to spend much more to keep their players in the bay area after winning their second n-b-a title in the last three years on monday now the action turns to the future of the team general manager bob myers and the front office will have make a decision on which free agents will return for the 2018 season kevin durant and steph curry
headline a list of ten players expected to hit free agency on july first(wipe to fullscreen) the teams priority is to keep the core group together durant has a player option an unrestricted free agent expected to remain in as for the future of iguodala and shaun livingston it's filled with both players will be free agents and the team mostly likely to keep both players iguodala and livingston have been key state's recent success giants looking to bounce back from last night's heartbreaking loss in colorado there was a game delay to begin that game -- there was a problem with the replay system in the 5th -- giants up 2-1 -- jeff samardzija smacks a 2-run blast to extend san francisco's lead by 3 (samardzija: 3rd homer of career -- first with giants) bottom of the 5th -- tough inning for samardzija -- ian desmond crushes a 3-run homer to give the rockies the lead (samardzija: 6.0 ip, 11 hits, 8 runs, allowed 2 home runs) right now -- round two of the u-s open at erin hills rickie fowler entered the day as the leader with a seven under par but day two he struggled on
the back nine in the 12th -- he goes for the birdie -- but it rolls out -- he bogeyed three straight he finished with 73 paul casey in the third -- birdies his five straight hole -- shot a 71 and shares the lead with brian harman, tommy fleetwood, and brooks koepka with a six under par dustin johnson, rory mcllroy, and jason day all miss the cut jordan speith is seven shots off the lead can you finally admit kevin can you finally can you finally admit kevin durant is better than lebron james? lebron james is still the best player in the world. kevin durant winning his first nba title doesn't put him over lebron.
do you really think klay thompson wants out of kevin durant and steph curry's shadow? klay thompson will stay with golden state. he's an important part of the warriors success, he and steph curry established a winning culture in the bay area. it must be great to take your son with you all the time. i'm jealous.
john lynch is a great human being. the 49ers got a very good general manager in lynch he fits the role i went to the warriors parade, but it was way too crowded. i'm watching it on television next time. it's a good chance for fans to see the players up close. the warriors are world champions, fans in the bay area are not used to this type of treatment.
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