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the coast guard rescued all 43 people on board. this happened around 3 this afternoon. crews used two small rescue boats... dropping the passengers back on land at the berkeley marina. no injuries were reported. coast guard coast guard officials don't know if the boat was damaged in the wreck. (justine) a letter threatening violence to homeless people in the
northern portion of the region today. in addition, winds in the ridges and higher elevations will increase, especially in the north bay mountains of napa county through this evening. with the strongest winds confined to the aforementioned area, will continue the wind advisory through late tonight as wind gusts upwards of 50 mph will be possible. elsewhere in the higher elevations, breezy to locally gusty winds will be possible today.temperatures will also continue on a cooling trend through the remainder of the weekend as the air mass aloft cools in response to the mid/upper level trough. as the trough and associated mid/upper level low slows over central and southern california late sunday, chances increase for shower development from the santa cruz mountains southward, especially as the air mass cools aloft. this is being depicted by many of the high resolution models including the local wrf. meanwhile, dry conditions are more likely for the northern portion of the region as moisture will be limited. with this said, widespread beneficial rainfall is not likely. snow levels are also forecast to lower to below 3,500 feet early monday into monday night with the potential for some light snow showers over the highest peaks across the central coast.the mid/upper level low is then forecast to shift off of the southern california coast by late tuesday or wednesday, brining and end to any shower activity across our region. there do remain some differences in the medium range models on the exact timing of this system so the forecast is subject to change in the coming days. warming and drying conditions are then likely late next week as the aforementioned trough shifts inland and high pressure
builds back over the eastern pacific. (justine) happening tomorrow... it's the last day for people ...who suffered damage from last octobers wildfires in the north bay...to register for disaster assistance with fema. locals and business owners in sonoma county must register before monday. the deadline had been extended from december. fema grants do not have to be repaid. (jrstone) concerns from former renters at the journey's end mobile park tonight over reports that the owner intends to sell the property. the santa rosa mobile park was mostly destroyed during the north bay firestorm. residents have had to find temporary housing while they search for permanent solutions. we reached out to co-owner of the property -- ramsey shuayto -- who said they're not neccessarily looking to sell the property. he told us they're partnering with burbank housing to replace 160 units that are in poor shape with affordable housing, and that the family hopes to keep a stake in the property.
how this will all play out for former residents -- remains to be seen. (jrstone)the uc berkeley student detained by immigrations and customs enforcement for nearly three weeks has donated his bail money.(justine)luis mora used the remaining money raised for his bond to free others in the same jail he was kept. kron 4's ella sogomonian is live at the east bay community law center where she met with his immigration attorney. ella ? live luis mora is living up to the promise he made to help free sothers in jail when we greeted him at the oakland international airport when he arrived after his release. vo he was detained in san diego county around new year's eve by ice agents when he crossed a border patrol checkpoint and
they learned he was undocumented. the cal student was sent to jail for three weeks which his attorney said was unsual for someone without a criminal record. it was there he met detainees like himself and was inspired to give back from the 15 thousand dollars that was raised online for his own bond that was only 15 hundred dollars to free others. sot: prerna lal, immigration attorney// "and he felt like he was incredibly lucky and priveleged to have had legal and community support and people to post bond and he felt really, really bad that other people who were locked up whom he felt deserved to be in this country more than him who were basically locked up because tehy couldn't pay money to free themselves." ((cont vo))three people were freed because of mora's donations.their last names were released for privacy concerns but his attorney says it was man from mexico, a grandmother from haiti, and a man from honduras who were all moved to tears when they found out a person they never met before got them out of jail. tagall three have been detained between 1 and 2 years. lal says mora plans to pay the bond for one more - this time a friend he made from honduras sometime this week.live in berkeley ella sogomonian kron 4 news.
( jr ) morgan hill police have arrested a woman for stealing mail. this is the woman...morgan hill resident michelle duarte. an officer responded to the area of butterfield boulevard and san pedro avenue yesterday at 5-47 p-m on a report of two suspicious suspects. the officer found the 39-year-old woman carrying two packages under her arm. she claims she was trying to return the packages to her friend's neighbor... but she was traveling further from the address on the packages. officers booked the woman into santa clara county jail and returned the items. (justine) on friday -- jurors found an illegal immigrant guilty of killing two sacramento county deputies. the sacramento sheriff calls the guilty verdicts - including two counts of first degree murder - a step toward justice. as tom miller
reports, the victim's families were crying and thanking god in court. sitting with a collared shirt over his orange jump suit - luis bracamontes listened as a court clerk read aloud the verdict making him a convicted cop killer.did unlawfully and with malice of forethought commit murder in the first degree.his reaction: a smile and audible cheer.we find the defendant guilty. yay.the deputies families, expressing relief.the convictions stem form a 2014 crime spree that lead to the shooting deaths of sacramento deputy daniel oliver and placer county detective michael davis. in addition to first degree murder convictions the jury also convicted bracamontes, a twice deported undocumented immigrant, on multiple counts of attempted murder, carjacking, stealing a patrol vehicle, and illegal weapons possession. sacramento sheriff scott jones sat in the second
row and says the verdict will help his department move forward.i don't know that closure is the right word, really the best we can hope for now is justice, a just result, a just consequence for his actions.during the roughly 20 minutes the clerk read the verdicts, bracamontes blew kisses, smiled, and as he walked out - listen as he vowed to kill again.i'll kill more cops soon.next up sentencing - where bracamontes lawyers will argue his use of methamphetamine impacted his judgement and that his life should be spared.there's going to be facts presented about every aspect of this man's life the good and the bad. if the bad outweighs the good there will be more than likely a death penalty. ( jr ) new at 8... two people are badly injured in the east bay after their car rolled off the side of a road. it happened on patterson pass road in livermore this morning. the two riders were ejected from the car as all of this
happened. one has life life-threatening injuries and was airlifted to a hospital... the condition of the other rider, who was taken by ambulance to the hospital, is unknown tonight. (justine) the sacramento city unified school district is investigating how a project correlating low intelligence with minority groups... was allowed to be on display at a science fair this week. a high school student enrolled in an elite magnet program titled the project "race and i-q"... it questioned whether certain races lack the intelligence for challenging class work. it was removed wednesday after students, parents, and staff expressed outrage with the project. (justine) the school principal, released a statement saying quote... i want to be clear that at mcclatchy high school we promote and embrace an inclusive environment and way of thinking which excludes any form of discrimination... we are taking this incident very seriously. and we will be reviewing the incident and implementing all measures as appropriate to provide a
safe and inclusive environment for all of our students. (jrstone)history is being made at this year's winter olympics, not just on the ice, but off it too.kim hutcherson -- from our partners at cnn -- explains. a historical moment saturday. north korean leader kim jong un invited the south korean president to visit north korea for diplomatic talks.he extended the invitation through his sister, kim yo jong...who is visiting south korea for the olympic games. sot jung pak korea studies chair, brookings institution "this is a big deal. north korea under kim jong un who came to power in december of 2011, has been fortress north korea. so the fact that kim has invitedpresident moon of south korea to visit north korea is a big deal. especially since kim has yet to meet a foreign head of state." this would be the first meeting between north and south korean leaders in more than 10 years.a senior research fellow at the korean peninsula future forum says the invitation is north korea's way of trying to gain
the upper hand. sot duyeon kim, visiting sr. research fellow, korean peninsula future forum"this is also kim jong's ploy to try and pull south korea further away from the u.s."saturday's invitation was extended during a meeting between the two countries at seoul's presidential palace. vice president mike pence stated on his flight back home from south korea, after leading the u-s- olympic delegation, that he'svery confident the united states and south korea are going to continue to pressure north koreans nuclear ambitions.i'm kim hutcherson reporting. (jrstone) coming up... a brazen robbery caught on tape in a san francisco taxicab -- we've got the surveillance video. (justine) license plate readers are coming to alameda -- we'll talk about when it will happen --- as well as the privacy concerns that go along with them.
(justine) pitchers and catchers don't report to spring training until next week. but today was the unofficial start of the giants baseball season with fan fest. (jr)the gates were open to anyone who wanted to come in and explore a-t-and-t park...and kron four's spencer blake was there.he's live at the ball park right now.
spencer....did you get to speak with hunter pence? (adlib)(spencer) beautiful weather, sunshine. there was plenty to do and see for even the most ardent giants fans. for five hours saturday, a-t- and-t park was open to everyone for free.2018 fan fest brought some people from hours away."die-hard giants fan. we waited at five a-m for the trophy tour when it was in sacramento. that's how die- hard. twice!"it's your one chance a year to take a picture just about anywhere inside the park - including on the field."being so close - i got a high five from hunter pence. i got to shake brian stowe's hand, which was
awesome."autograph locations had long lines of hopeful, star-struck fans everywhere. "the problem is, they say 25 minutes, and then they won't be signing anymore. still, we're close. twenty-five minutes to be able to grab an autograph.""we got autographs and i was so scared because when i meet a celebrity, my heart's just like, 'boom, boom boom! bang, bang, bang, bang and it's really hot!""i still ride my scooter in san francisco."inside the enormous tent in the outfield, a q-and-a session with hunter pence, brandon belt, and derek law had them sharing their favorite foods..."mexican food!"and competing in a dance off.(nats of music)for those who couldn't wait for opening day to grab some baseball food, concession stands were open.other fans jumped at the chance to grab brand-new giants jerseys and souveniers. "it gets even bigger and more crazier with all the championship games that we've been going through and hopefully we get another one this year. it's an even year." it took a lot of gentle nudging from ushers to get everyone out of their favorite park when fan fest 2018 came to a close.
(spencer)the first spring training game for the giants will be against the brewers on the 23rd.live at a-t-and-t park, spencer blake, kron four news. (j.r.) tonight san francisco police need your help in catching a thief who robbed a taxi driver in the inner richmond. this is surveillance video showing the robbery go down. the driver picked the man up just after 1 a.m. last month outside a bar in the area. the suspect here grabbed the driver's bag....there was a struggle as the driver tried to stop him. the man eventually broke free and got away with the driver's possessions. the suspects is described as a hispanic male in his 20's, 5'10, 180 pounds. (jr stone) taking a live look outside....(justine) meteorologist lawrence karnow
has our forecast. . (mabrisa rodriguez)a weak shot- wavedisturbance approaching from the northwest will bring an increase in high clouds to the northern portion of the region today. in addition, winds in the ridges and higher elevations will increase, especially in the north bay mountains of napa county through this evening. with the strongest winds confined to the aforementioned area, will continue the wind advisory through late tonight as wind gusts upwards of 50 mph will be possible. elsewhere in the higher elevations, breezy to locally gusty winds will be possible today.temperatures
will also continue on a cooling trend through the remainder of the weekend as the air mass aloft cools in response to the mid/upper level trough. as the trough and associated mid/upper level low slows over central and southern california late sunday, chances increase for shower development from the santa cruz mountains southward, especially as the air mass cools aloft. this is being depicted by many of the high resolution models including the local wrf. meanwhile, dry conditions are more likely for the northern portion of the region as moisture will be limited. with this said, widespread beneficial rainfall is not likely. snow levels are also forecast to lower to below 3,500 feet early monday into monday night with the potential for some light snow showers over the highest peaks across the central coast.the
mid/upper level low is then forecast to shift off of the southern california coast by late tuesday or wednesday, brining and end to any shower activity across our region. there do remain some differences in the medium range models on the exact timing of this system so the forecast is subject to change in the coming days. warming and drying conditions are then likely late next week as the aforementioned trough shifts inland and high back over the eastern pacific. (justine)coming up ---new challenges to president trump's border wall -- this time coming from california
(jrstone) we're a few weeks into girl scout cookie season... and, a young scout who made headlines years ago for selling in front of cannabis dispensaries is back at it again.(justine) kron four's philippe djegal reports from san francisco... on how her sales went this year, now that recreational mariguana is legal. (philippe)nats- "hi, would you like to buy girl scout cookies?" four years ago... nats- "thank you. my pleasure. thank you." 17-year-old danielle lei (lay) started selling girl scouts cookies
outside the apothecarium cannabis dispensary in san francisco's castro district. this year -- she's outside the apothecarium in the marina neighborhood.danielle lei/girl scout- "they've been really, really nice." lei says she sets-up outside dispensaries with her mom, in part, because she knows many patients want the sugar.danielle lei/girl scout- "i mean, i guess. but it's also just like any other spot." her goal, this year, is to sell 600 boxes of cookies. in the past, she's reached 18-hundred boxes. the proceeds going to city programs and other organizations.danielle lei/girl scout- "a portion is going to go to kindergarten to college, but also when we're selling out here, we're trying to ask for donations to, for people to give boxes to alzheimer's caregivers and that's my troop's special project." alzheimer's disease hits home for danielle... it claimed her father's life three and a half years ago. apothecarium marina general manager michael caruso says his dispensary fully-backs danielle's cause. michael caruso/general manager- "we also match the donations to the alzheimer's caregivers, uh, so it's been a really wonderful little partnership that we've had
over the last couple of years." patients love it.chuck kagan/patient- "it, uh, you know, teaches, you know, entrepreneurialship to young women."nat- "yum." and, she's making people happy at the same time. girl scouts cookie season ends next month. in san francisco, philippe djegal, kron four news. (justine) a sweet ending to the search for a missing child in concord... concord police posted this picture on facebook... writing.. while selling her girl scout cookies, a young girl became separated from her mother. officers responded and found the missing girl, still selling cookies. the officers then reuntied her with her mom... and purchased a box of samoas. (jrstone)up next... a major bay area artery will have some lane closures this weekend -- we'll tell you what you need to know for your weekend travel plans. (justine)and a warning for parents coming out of the south bay -- about what dangerous material police are saying is circulating on
(justine) a budget plan was reached in congress this week with no daca deal.... even without the support of most bay area representatives -- including house leader nancy pelosi.(jr stone)we often think of dreamers as college students but there are thousands of educators who are also at risk of deporation. many of them.. right here in the bay area. (justine) kron 4's haaziq madyun has an in depth look at how one dreamer wants to focus on giving back to oakland.. the community she grew up in. nat/sot haaziq what am i looking at there?sot
sister">joanna santillian was 5-years-old when this photo was taken. she was the same age when her parents brought her to oakland from mexico back in 1998 which makes her a deffered action for childhood arrival or daca recipient and a dreamer. this is the only country she knows after graduating from coliseum prep academy high school in oakland, santillian continued her education at uc berkeley as a double major and graduated with degrees in spanish and society & environmentnats/classroomshe returned to her high school alma mater and works as a member of the support staff for teachers and students however depending on what happens in washington d.c. her dreams of becoming a teacher in america could come to an end by her and her family
deportedáááthat anxiety would be removed for thousands of daca recipients working in the teaching field if president donald trump reaches an immigration deal with democrats sotááápresident donald trump: "under our plan those who meet education and work requirements and show good moral character, will be able to become full citizens over a 12-year period"> nats/looking at muralpainted by students santillian says the mural gives her a daily emotional pick=me=up in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news, reporting from oakland haaziq madyun
( jr ) new tonight at 8... san jose police are warning the public about a child pornography video going around on facebook messenger. law enforcement agencies have received multiple reports from the public about the video. and police want to remind everyone that sharing a sexually explicit video involving a child is a crime.... even if you're trying to help catch the people responsible. police are asking those who come across the video to report it immediately --- before deleting it. (jr stone) happening tomororow... some lanes in the macarthur maze will be closed this weekend and next... so crews can do surveying work. tomorrow... the far left lane on westbound interstate 580 to westbound interstate 80 will be closed from six a.m. to noon. and next saturday... the second-from-left lane on westbound interstate 80 to southbound interstate 880...will be closed from six
a.m. to noon. the survey work... is part of an upcoming project that will raise the veritcal clearances on bridges to the current standard of 16 point five feet. (justine) a major legal challenge to president trump's border wallhas ended up in the courtroom of the judge he disparaged with racist remarks. federal judge gonzalo curiel faced one verbal assault after another by donald trump when he was running for president trump took aim at the judge as he presided over the fraud case against the now defunct trump university that case settled but now that same judge has been assigned another lawsuit close to trump's hearta case that could impede the building of trump's promised border wall....right here in california. from our partners at cnn's sara sidner has more. this border wall battle begins where the ocean meets the land in san diegoand goes 14 miles
inland right through a national wildlife refuge brian segee/center for biological diversity, senior attorney :that area is an environmental hotspot. it has habitats for endangered species along its length that has protected federal lands, national parks, national monuments, national forest.the state of california and envrionmentalists sued the department of homeland securitysaying it is using waiversto thwart environmental lawsin order to build a border wallwhere a fence already exists. "how many laws are being circumvented with these waivers?" brian segee/center for biological diversity, senior attorney : "more than 30." "so no environmental impact study, uh, no public outreach, no consultation with experts, no specific look at endangered species, they waived more than 30 other laws that aren't an issue in our lawsuit like clean air act, clean water act, safe drinking water act." in 1996 congress authorized waivers to speed up the process of building border barriers.by by-passing certain federal and state laws dhs is arguing it has the authority to continue to do so. that is how this fence ended up being built the agency
would not comment on the current case. now the case that could impede trump's biggest campaign promisehas been assigned to judge gonzalo curiel: trump: "i have a judge who is a hater of donald trump. a hater. he's a hater. his name is gonzalo curiel" then candidate donald trump launched attack after attack against the federal judge as he presided over the trump university fraud case. cnn's jake tapper questioned mr. trump about it. donald trump/presidential candidate: "i've been treated very unfairly by this judge. now, this judge is of mexican heritage i'm building a wall, ok, i'm building a wall. now i think i'm going to do very well with hispanics, the mexicans." tapper - "so no mexican judge could ever be involved in a case that involves you?" trump- "well, he's a member of a society that is very pro mexico and that's fine, it's all fine." tapper - "except that you're calling into question his heritage." trump - "i think he should recuse himself." tapper - "because he's latino." trump - "and then you also say, does he know the lawyer on the other side? does
he know the lawyer, a lot of people say yes.." tapper - "but i'm not talking about that - but you're invoking his race about whether or not he can do his job." trump - "jake, i'm building a wall, ok? i'm building a wall. i'm trying to keep business out of mexico, mexico's fine." tapper - "but he's an american." trump - "he's of mexican heritage and he's very proud of it " paul ryan : "claiming a person can't do their job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment." we asked the white house for comment on whether president trump has changed his stance on judge curiel...as he hears arguments in another case that could seriously slow down the building of a border wall. (justine) that was sara sidner reporting. federal judge curiel has never publically uttered a word against donald trump. (jrstone)coming up.... canadian prime minister justin trudeau's motorcade was involved in a crash during his visit to southern california -- that startling video coming up in a bit.
(jrstone) the alameda city council approved plans to install license plate readers in the city. kron 4's will tran explains it might be a while before you see those cameras. alameda police will have 500 hundred thousand dollars to spend on the 13 cameras but the city won't buy them yet. police will now need to work with city attorneys to come up with a policy that promises to not share the information gathered from the cameras with ice.many people say if there's no policy in place... the cameras have potential to do more harm than help jim pruitt/alameda resident-i come down on the privacy side. i'm a bit worried about the
collection of on everybody. i can see the point on each side but i come down on the privacy side(reporter-it has been proven to cut down on crime. you understand why they would want this?)jim pruitt-right. i can see the balance. i just think we need to be very very careful as the council thinks about it, votes on it, to protect privacyalameda police say they don't have enough officers to tackle the rise in crime... particularly car break insthe license plate readers will alert officers immediately if the car is stolen.if there's no crime.. the data collected will be kept on file for several months and then erased.(jenny foye/alameda resident-- all for it. i kind of like the idea if the crime is happening in our city or it hasn't left so i think i'm for itjan demaria/alameda resident-i'm against anything that would give away people who immigrants, put them in greater jeopardywill tran/alameda-the readers will be placed at the four bridges and two tunnels that lead in and out of alameda.critics worried that the proposed camera vendor has a relationship with ice.the city council says it's opening the bidding the process to all companies now.... and there's no timetable on when the cameras will be installed.in alameda will tran kron 4 news
escort in southern california. police say an s-u-v pulled out in front of the motorcade.... and a chp motorcycle officer then crashed into the s-u-v. trudeau's vehicle was ánotá involved in the collision. the officer was hurt, but officials said the injuries were ánotá considered life- threatening. police say a person in the s-u-v suffered minor injuries and was taken to the hospital. (jr stone) "drive alert and stay unhurt... " that's what triple-a... is telling drivers to do... instead of getting behind the wheel and driving tired. a new study reveals that drowsy drivers are almost 8 times more likely to get into a severe accident... compared to what federal estimates suggest. and that drinking coffee... singing... or rolling down the window...áwill not keep a driver alert. here's reid binion with more in tonight's health minute. new research from the triple-a foundation for traffic safety found that drowsy drivers are a bigger road risk than
previously thought.accidents are three times as great during the nighttime hours where drowsiness was a factor. sot dr. gholam motamedi georgetown university hospital "similar to alcohol intoxication. your reflexes and responses and data processing speed will be slower."the centers for disease control and prevention says an estimated 1 in 25 adult drivers report having fallen asleep while driving in the previous 30 days.the national highway traffic safety administration estimates that drowsy driving is responsible each year for about 83-thousand crashes -- 37-thousand of them with injuries -- and nearly 900 deaths.if you're on the road, make sure you recognize the signs of drowsy driving. yawning or blinking frequently. missing your exit.drifting from your lane.if you think you are too tired to drive, you probably are. so pull over. better yet, don't get behind the wheel to begin with. for today's health minute. i'm reid binion. (justine) taking a live look outside....(jr stone) meteorologist lawrence karnow has our
forecast.. . (mabrisa rodriguez)a weak shot-wave disturbance approaching from the northwest will bring an increase in high clouds to the northern portion of the region today. in addition, winds in the ridges and higher elevations will increase, especially in the north bay mountains of napa county through this evening. with the strongest winds confined to the aforementioned area, will continue the wind advisory through late tonight as wind gusts upwards of 50 mph will be possible. elsewhere in the higher elevations, breezy to locally gusty winds will be possible today.temperatures will also continue on a cooling trend through the remainder of the weekend as the air mass aloft cools in response to the mid/upper level trough. as the trough and associated mid/upper level low slows over central and southern california late sunday, chances increase for
shower development from the santa cruz mountains southward, especially as the air mass cools aloft. this is being depicted by many of the high resolution models including the local wrf. meanwhile, dry conditions are more likely for the northern portion of the region as moisture will be limited. with this said, widespread beneficial rainfall is not likely. snow levels are also forecast to lower to below 3,500 feet early monday into monday night with the potential for some light snow showers over the highest peaks across the central coast.the mid/upper level low is then forecast to shift off of the southern california coast by late tuesday or wednesday, brining and end to any shower activity across our region. there do remain some differences in the medium range models on the exact timing of this system so the forecast is subject to change in the coming days. warming and drying conditions are then likely late next week as the aforementioned trough shifts inland and high pressure builds back over the eastern pacific.
(jr stone) golden state with the best scoring offense taking on san antonio and the best defense in the nba. we head to oracle arena draymond green entered the game with 14 technicals... two shy away from being suspended for a game. lamarcus aldridge had a big night... 20 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 blocks spurs take a 30-21 david west had a big second quarter... he
had 8 points... 6 for 6 from the floor warriors come from behind. they head into halftime up 58-55 warriors doing it all in the third... steph curry steals the ball... kevin durant to zaza pachulia for the easy slam curry tweek his ankle on the play... he would receive some treatment... but was able to return. next warriors possesion... curry to klay thompson throws it down...the bench errupted klay led the team with 25 points. final seconds of the quarter... curry ices the game... steph finishes with 17 points and 8 assists golden state wins 122-105 (j.r.) saturday thousands of san francisco giants fans made their way to at&t park for giants fan fest. spring training is just about here.
can you believe it. you can see hunter pence on stage with pitcher derek law who was dancing away this afternoon. the giants added some big names to their roster like evan longoria and outfielder andrew mccutchen. buster posey talked about those additions at fan fest.pitchers and pitchers and catchers will
report to spring training on tuesday this week. position players will report a week from sunday. gorgeous day for golf down at the pebble beach pro am. and as usual bill murray was there. this year he is sporting the flashy bellbottoms....he's named them "bill's bottoms." as for the actual golf...dustin johnson is tied with ted potter junior for first at 14 under going into the final round on sunday. up next ... a fair going on in san francisco's chinatown this weekend as the neighborhood gears up for chinese new year
(jrstone) a california woman's facebook post about the cleanliness of hand dryers has gone viral. microbiology student nicole ward claims she placed a petri (pee-tree) dish underneath a hand dryer for 3 minutes -- and this was the result. she says people should never use hand dryers under any circumstances. this post has been shared hundreds of thousands of times. scientists disagree on the cleanest way to dry one's hands in public bathrooms -- some say paper towels are best, others say hand dryers are just as hygenic. "drums" (justine) today was the flower fair in san francisco's china town. this was part
♪ >> well, i'm grateful in our county that we have citizens and people that are willing to pay attention and speak up when something's off. so this person working a late-night shift in a drive-through, you know, sees this situation that doesn't make sense and gives the call, and as it turns out, you know, we've got a guy who