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sot: prerna lal, immigration attorney// "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." (jrstone) a u-c berkeley student is out of jail tonight... after he was detained by immigrations and customs enforcement for nearly three weeks. good evening... im jr stone... (justine) and im justine waldman. it's all thanks to donations raised to pay for his bail. 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.
luis mora was so disturbed by his own experience in jail that he wanted to do whatever he could to help other undocumented people get out. undocumented cal student luis mora was arrested at a border patrol checkpoint in san diego county back in december.he was released after spending three weeks held at otay mesa detention center.his attorney said that was unusual for someone without a criminal history.an online campaign raised 15 thousand dollars for bail.his bond only cost 1500. so he helped free three other detainees with the rest of the money.sot: prerna lal, immigration attorney// "we worked with an attorney down in san deigo who had assisted briefly with luis's case to identify clients she had who she had won bond for but who had not been able to pay bond for their release. some had been detained for a year others for almost two years." their last names were released
for privacy concerns but his attorney says they were a man named juan from mexico, a grandmother name virginie from haiti, and another man named frankling from honduras.... all of which are strangers to mora.sot: prerna lal, immigration attorney// "people were just overwhelmed and in tears and so joyful and showed so much gratitude in terms of luis paying their bond. someone they have never met." lal says mora plans to pay bond for one more - this time someone he did meet. another man from honduras also 20 years old like himself.they plan to send that money sometime this week.live in berkeley ella sogomonian kron 4 news. a big story out of the east bay tonight... the coast guard rescued dozens of people after a water taxi boat ran aground...it happened near the berkeley marina. coast guard officials tell us the boat got stuck on a reef. 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. it's unclear it's unclear how bad the boat was damaged in the wreck. (justine) a letter threatening to beat and burn homeless people in san francisco is creating fear for people living in one emcampment.(jrstone) kron 4's hermela aergawi spoke to neighbors and some park goers. she joins us live in san francisco with the details. hermela, what was in the letter?
the letter was littered with expletives.. and threatens to beat up any homeless person that is within 100 feet of the park after sundown. it begins with attention junkie expletivesmerle victor kinchlow jr. /park goerthat's no good i think it's hateful its hideous an angry letter posted in this mission skate park also threatens to hunt the homeless in the park and beat them silly. saying " we are sick of watching you leave needles in the park and stealing. merle victor kinchlow jr. /park goerthat's no good i think it's hateful its hideousi think it's kind of poor taste if you think about there's millions of young youth like those behind s here or a woman trying to get back to her children or maybe a father you don't know because there are so many "complexities." to tell junkies hey its time to die get out here, that's ugly martin villa gomezthey shouldve come and talk to somebody about the situation instead of having threats because if someody here was to
have done that they would have gone to jail for itone man who saw the person posting the flyer says he was peppersprayed by the culprit when he confronted him. people who frequent the park say they are not surprised.martin villa gomezi just feel that everybody's like that now. not just him i think it's a group effort and he's not alone how he felt. but they are still human you can talk to them the homeless coalition says they were able to get a license plate number for the man posting the flyers and have contacted sfpd. sfpd says they are keeping a watch on the area. reporting live in san francisco hermela aregawi kron 4 news. (justine) new at ten... in the east bay... an elderly man died after a car hit him on interstates 880 tonight. chp says it happened just before eight tonight on northbound 880 just south of 29th avenue.
oakland chp says the man was walking along the right shoulder of the interstate when it happened. lanes were closed, but are now back open. (jrstone) there are concerns from former renters at the journey's end mobile home park tonight over reports that the owner intends to sell the property. the santa rosa mobile home 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. (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. for more information you can go to kron4.com. ( jr ) three people have been arrested at what police believe is a drug-sales house. it happened this morning in novato... police received reports earlier this month about drug activity at a house on kenwood court. police got a search warrant...and stopped a man leaving the residence today. authorities say he was in possession of meth. they also found others in and around the house including a 10-year-old child. a large amount of meth and other drugs were found throughout the residence. ( justine ) in the south bay... san jose police are warning the public about child porno going around on facebook messenger. law enforcement
agencies have received multiple reports from the public about a 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 ) morgan hill police have arrested a woman for stealing mail. this is a mug shot of that woman...morga n 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. ( 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. (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 associated mid/upper level low slows over central and southern california late sunday, chances increase for development from the santa cruz mountains especially as the aloft. this is being depicted by many of the high resolution models local wrf. conditions are more likely for the northern portion of the moisture will be limited. with this beneficial rainfall is not likely. snow levels are also forecast to lower feet early monday night with the potential snow showers peaks across the central coast.level low is then off of the california coast by late tuesday brining and end activity across our region. there differences in the models on the this system so the forecast is in the coming and drying conditions are next week as the trough shifts pressure builds back over the eastern pacific. (jrstone) baseball season is just around the corner! the giants welcomed the public into a-t-and-t park for fan fest 2018 today. squeezed in among all those giants fans...was kron four's spencer blake, who talked to people who are ready to see some ball games. nobody could have asked for better weather than 70 degrees and sunny for giants fan fest 2018 on saturday.the whole
ball parkw as crawling with people trying to soak in every aspect, see every player, and get every autograph they could. "i think meeting the players - they've been really nice, and just getting the opportunity to talk to all the players is just really nice.""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!"standup"for a lot of people the excitement comes just from getting the chance to step foot onto the giants' field, or maybe having their picture taken on the pitcher's mound."there's hardly another time when you'd get a chance to slide into second base....or at least pose for a picture as if you were."well i wanted to slide into home plate, but they've got it covered, so i couldn't do that, man.""we loved sitting behind home plate and seeing all the guys up on stage. being in the dugout was amazing, too."fans got to occupy the benches their favorite players normally do. some people got a taste of what it would be like to call in a pitching change of their own.then there was the food....the jerseys....and the sense that everyone here....was like one big family."my first time.how was it?it was good! exciting!"when else are you going to see hunter pence and derek law in a dance-off?"i think this is a good place to be on the weekends and go giants!"at a-t-and-t park in san
francisco, spencer blake, kron four news. (jrstone) coming up... the volunteer for meal on wheels that may have you doing a double take. (justine) then... the girl scouts are back at it... selling those delicious cookies. we'll hear from one innovative scout who picked a good spot to sell her boxes. (jrstone) the cop killer is convicted. his distrubing reaction to the sentence after the break.
for the families of two officers... killed by luis bracamontes. the twice deported and undocumented immigrant has been found guilty on two counts of first degree murder. the convictions stem from a 20-14 crime spree... leading to the deaths of deputy daniel oliver and detective michael davis. bracamontes was convicted other charges including attempted murder, stealing a patrol car and possession of illegal weapons. bracamontes' reaction to the verdict... a smile and audible
cheer.we find the defendant guilty. yay. during the roughly 20 minutes the clerk read the verdicts, bracamontes blew kisses and smiled. while leaving the court room following his sentencing... bracamontes pledged to kill again."i will kill more cops soon." next up in the sentencing process... bracamontes lawyers will argue his use of methamphetamine impacted his judgement and that his life should be spared. (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. (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. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (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 pressure builds back over the eastern pacific. (justine) you might think a 92-year-old man would get meals on wheels delivered to him.( jr )him.delivered to wheels eastern pacific.back over the eastern pacific.
(justine) you might think a 92-year-old man would get meals on wheels delivered to him.( jr ) ...but he's the one delivering food to people who can't leave the house -- and he's been doing it every day for years. sloan dickey reports. elmer hoke just keeps going and going and going.this energizer bunny of community service is built for the long race, delivering meals on wheels well into his tenth decade of life.jamie loveall, meals on wheels: "i started here almost 15 years ago and elmer's been here since i started. you see some driver's once a week; some every other week. elmer's here every day." for the last twenty years, elmer has delivered food to homebound casper residents -- most younger than he is.sloan dickey, reporter: "you are ninety-two years old -- older than most of the people you serve."elmer hoke, meals on wheels: "well, quite a few of them."sloan dickey, reporter: "what keeps you going?"elmer hoke, meals on wheels: "well, i don't know. it could possibly be maybe your church upbringing. in church, you're supposed to help your neighbor."...and elmer has a lot of neighbors.elmer hoke,
meals on wheels: "i'm not real talkative, really, but i always acknowledge them and generally ask them, 'how's things going?'"organizers for meals on wheels say it is drivers like elmer that provide a vital service for the organization.jamie loveall, meals on wheels: "i always tease, if you don't know elmer, you haven't been here enough."...and elmer shows no signs of quitting just yet.elmer hoke, meals on wheels: "...as long as i've got drivers license and are able to get around, i enjoy doing it." ( jr ) 92-years-old and still going strong. that's a man who truly enjoys helping others. (justine) coming up... what lead up to a fighter jet
crashing into northern israel. (jrstone) after the break... bart's new campaign to encourage better rider etiquette. sorry. i can't make it. it's just my eczema again, but it's fine. yeah, it's fine. you ok? eczema. it's fine. hey! hi! aren't you hot? eczema again? it's fine. i saw something the other day. eczema exposed. your eczema could be something called atopic dermatitis, which can be caused by inflammation under your skin. maybe you should ask your doctor? go to eczemaexposed.com to learn more.
(justine) if you are a frequent bart rider... fidning garbage on the ground and seat-hogs on the trains ... is nothing new.(jrstone) the transit system is hoping to change that... through a creative campaign... bart has started displaying posters designed by local art students... hoping to remind riders of proper etiquette when riding the trains. it's part of an effort to boost business, because ridership is down at night. graphic design students from california collge of the arts
came up with the posters that remind riders of basics like keeping seats open for people, not your bags, and giving up a seat for a pregnant woman. even though this is common sense ... bart riders we spoke to appreciate the idea. < "i think it will draw more attention to it becasue it's more creative. it's colorful. and people walking by they're more likely to pay attention to it just because how the posters are." "i think it's a very beneficial movement i think any effort to make the bart more accessible and mroe useful for any person in the san francisco bay area is very good."> the students say they hope students say the good."> the students say they hope these designs help people of all ages. (justine) new tonight at 8. a shocking moment during the canadian prime minister's trip to california. after leaving san francisco yesterday afternoon, part of justin trudeau's motorcade crashed during his 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. (jrstone) next... trump released the republician memo... why he says the democratic memo will no longer be released. (justine) then... some clever thinking on the part of one bay area girl scout... the strategic place she set up shop.
it's that time of year... girl scout cookies. the innovative scouts who set up shop infront of a cannabis dispernsaries are back at it. (jrstone) kron four's philippe djegal spoke with the innovative scout about 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 by accident. officers responded and found the
missing girl, still selling cookies. the officers then reuntied her with her mom... and purchased a box of samoas. (live) taking a live look outside taking a live look outside at san francisco's embarcadero.... (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (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 pressure builds back over the eastern pacific.
president trump took to twitter... to discuss the demoratic intelligence memo. trump tweeted: "the democrats sent a very political and long response memo which they knew, because of sources and methods (and more), would have to be heavily redacted, whereupon they would blame the white house for lack of transparency. told them to re-do and send back in proper form!" trump announced yesterday that he won't release the democratic rebuttal at this time. it was written by california representative adam schiff, and claims to rebut the nunes memo, which democrats say is misleading and omits key facts. (jrstone) in world news... the israeli military shot down an iranian drone that entered into israeli airspace today. a short time later... an israeli fighter jet crashed in northern israel. the israeli army says it went down after coming under "massive anti-aircraft fire" from syrian forces. they
says both pilots are safe... though one was severly injured. the israeli prime minister says his counrty will defend itself from any iranian attempt to harm israel. (justine) coming up... choosing your final resting place is a big decision... we'll take an in depth look at the new burial option some cemetaries are offering. coming upit's an area with open fields and trees swaying in the wind nats: ambiance you will find lots cows roaming around it's like paradise, except there is a problem in this small community with the name shore acres i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
it is popping up in unexpected places. along port chicago highway in contra costa county is this adopt a road sign with the 834th transportation battalion's name attached yes the highway was adopted... but that was then and this is now all up and down port chicago highway has become a huge dumping ground to give you an example this green mercury was abandoned or should i say dumped along with all the items stuffed inside including an air conditioner .. this i near the intersection of lake view and port chicago nats: ambiance in some areas there are piles of gravel which has been dumped on the side of the road and lots of tree trimmings this is just one of many this is the community of shore acres, an area i just learned about because a viewer sent me an email asking for help while in the area i noticed the open fields with cows roaming freely and there was no shortage of wildlife
but one can't help but notice all the illegal dumping nats: ambiance over at driftwood and port chicago there is even more trash and debris but look at this . its a camera . and according to the sign it was put there there by contra costa county public works to record any illegal dumping i called the number and was told they were not aware of any cameras in this area .. further down on nichols road it's get worse . and this is all with in an stones throw from the contra costa water district public water supply if i had a trophy to give away . oh wait not to mention a whole refrigerator not to mention other things this whole area needs a serious cleaning up but my only fear once that happens more stuff will be dumped here i did manage to flag down a sheriff's office parking enforcement officer for the car but the rest will be up the county nats: ambiance contra costa county stanley roberts kron 4 news (justine) big decisions need to be
made when a loved one passes away next, an in- depth look at the new way some people in the bay are are choosing to be buried. ♪ ♪ with the chase mobile app, michaela deprince could pay practically anyone, at any bank, all while performing a grand jeté between two grand pianos. she could... in a commercial. in real life she uses it to pay her sister, from her couch,
long been known for being at the forefront of the environmental movement. (justine) but despite being an epicenter for all things green .... there are only a few places in the bay area where the 'earth conscious' can go to their final resting place .... without negitively impacting the planet. kron4's maureen kelly has an in-depth look.... at one mill valley
cemetary that is part of this growing movement. nats(sound of walking thru leavesthis man may look like he's taking a hike thru the woods, but he's on his way to bring a bouquet of white roses to his mother's gravesite."hey mama"there's no tombstones here in the green section of the fernwood cemetary in mill valley...a rock marks the final resting place of spencer's mother.because his mother was a very private person spencer asked that her name and his last name, not be used in this report.he says having an environmentally friendly burial was one of his mother's last requests. literally body to earth, no chemicals no embalming and she wanted to be recycled back into the earth. and she said i don't want to be in a box for all eternityfernwood has been a cemetary since the late
1800's but in 2004 a new earth conscious owner took it over and has devoted a section to bury those who want their final step in life to have as small of a footprint as possible.most of the gravesites are dug by hand....and the bodies that go in them are not emblamed. (bird chrip)there's no lush chemically treated lawn in the green section, which is also a certified wildlife habitat. those who are buried here can choose to go underground in an unfinished pine box, or a wicker casket....or wrapped in a shroud.while they still offer traditional burials here at fernwood, they are finding more customers are interesting in going into the ground in a greener way than wha't been common practice for decades. metal caskets are not biodegradable by any means neither are heavy wooden caskets and all the interiors are not biodegradable, embalming is toxic to the ground so therefore it's not green at all(maureen)while of green burial means going back to the old ways of doing things here at fernwood they've added a modern component. a chip is buried in every grave site that can be detected with this rita right here. it helps identify the person who's buried beneath the earth, it's basically a high tech tombstoneit's their one exception to their rule of no non biogradible items going under ground in green section, and it's done so visitors can
still find the graves sites of their loved ones in casethe boulders marking the gravesite get moved.at first spencer was skeptical to the notion that he first wrote off as new age. but since her mother's burial late last year, he's come to embrace it.i realize it's not new age at all it's old age. and what is new age is coffins chemicals, not being returned back to the whole, it's a terrible word to use but, decomposing process back into the earth and i'm completely sold on the process now so much so i came back a couple weeks later about the lot right next-doorfernwood says plots in their green section start at about 10 grand less than the plots in their traditional cementary area, making green burial not only better for the environment, but also cheaper way to go, maureen kelly kron4 news.
(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 warriors came back inthe third... scary moments though...steph curry steals the ball... throws it to zaza
pachulia for the easy slam curry tweek his ankle on the play... receives treatment... but was able to return. warriors stay strong here...warriors win 122 to 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 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. (justine) up next ... we will go to san francisoc's chinatown as it gears up for chinese new year festivities. "drums"(justine) today was the flower fair
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