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justine waldman. one of the people hurt is in critical condition tonight. this happened at 23rd street and san jose aveune in the mission district.. (justine) thats where we find kron 4's hermela aregawi.. hermela.. what do we know about what led to these injuries? (herm)if you've been outside today.. you've seen how forceful the wind is. and so what we are told is there were a couple of chain link fences with plywood attached to them set up here. they came down on top of the victims leaving one with life-threatening injuries. it was a dangerously windy afternoon in san francsico.. where two pedestrians are being treated at a local hospital after a ghust caused this fencing to come flying down.the woman complained of lower back pain.. while the elderly man suffered trauma to the head denise lew/witnessi saw a man and a woman i
believe on the floor. they seem to be talking but struggling and in pain and the man had blood on his chest. and people were around them trying to help them out. it looked like he was injured and in pain but he could talk and communicate to the people who were trying to help him sarah sittsit was a bit scary to hear that a place you go to very often during the week whether running by or parking was a site of this terrible event. neighbors we talked to say the construction has been going on for nearly two years and has frustrated residents by cluttering the streets with materials and taking up parking. sarah sittsthe fence has been up for quite a while yeah they've almost become a permanent fixture in the neighborhood. i've lived here for a year and i've gotten pretty used to them. cal osha ..the state's dept of occupational safety arrived on site and are investigating the incident.. (herm)the fire department is reminding people to take extra precautions during windy days like today..they say if you
see downed power lines.. don't touch them just call 911. take items off your balcony. and drive slowly with both hands on the wheel so you are able to maintain control. reporting live in san francsico hermela aregawi kron 4 news. (justine) the wind was fierce today. here is what it looked like in dolores park in san francisco today. cold winds sweeping across the bay area today.... (justine) taking a live look outside at the conditions right now.(jr stone) meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has our forecast. . (mabrisa rodriguez) some of the gust-
prone locations could see winds in excess of 30 mph during the evening hours. in addition to the wind, canút rule out the potential for rain showers to develop. guidance is painting some spotty light qpf (up to several one-hundredths) mostly along the coast and the higher elevations later this evening and overnight. by monday morning the shower activity will be mostly confined to the santa cruz mountains and points south, with the higher elevations such as the santa lucias being the most favored location. this upper low will drop snow levels to around 3,500 to 4,500 in monterey county -- canút rule some snow showers for the santa lucia peaks at/above these elevations. by the time precipitation chances tapper off late monday or early tuesday in southern monterey county, storm total qpf will range from little/none (for many locations) upward to about 1/4 of an inch (mainly for the higher elevations of monterey and san benito counties). some of the higher elevations could see locally higher amounts. this low will be a slow-mover and will gradually retrograde back offshore along the southern california coast by tuesday or wednesday. as for the san francisco bay area, temperatures will remain rather seasonal for early/middle february will temperatures generally in the middle 60s. gradual warming can be expected for the last half of the week as the low eventually ejects eastward into the north american continent
(justine) oakland police tried to stop a thief from stealing a truck today. but instead the suspect led officers on a nearly thirty mile chase into antioch. that's where the pursuit came to a dramatic end with shots fired in a quiet neighborhood. (jrstone)kron4's ella sogomonian is live in front of the driveway where the suspect was finally arrested. (ella)it happened this afternoon when most people were at home.they came
(j.r.) for the second time this month 49ers linebacker reuben foster has been arrested in los gatos. this time on domestic violence charges, possessing an assault weapon, and making threats. the 2017 first round draft pick was being held on a 75-thousand dollar bail this afternoon. that money appears to have been posted tonight as well. the circumstances here are unclear but this is certainly not foster's first run in with the law. he was arrested on january 13th on marijuana charges in alabama. he also had a past run in with a hotel worker in indianapolis during an nfl draft evaluation. the 49ers released a statement sunday saying."the san francisco 49ers organization is aware of the
report regarding reuben foster. we take matters of this nature seriously and are gathering all pertinent information."as we get more information in this case we'll bring it to you on t.v. and on our web site kron 4 dot com. ( justine ) vacaville police found five minors in a stolen car friday night and arrested one of them. the kids in the car were between 12 and 16 years old...police also found marijuana. this started when a person in the area of gable street and rocky hill road called police to report what they thought was drug activity. one of the minors was arrested on suspicion of stealing a car and possession of stolen property. (justine) police arrested a san jose man out on a felony warrant, for stealing a car. friday afternoon... police patrolling the union landing shopping center in union city... spotted a u-haul van... parked diagonally across a handicapped spot...with no handicap
placard. a woman and a infant were in the front seat. officers determined the van was stolen. minutes later... witnesses told officers a man was running from the nearby lucky supermarket. police caught the suspect... 27-year-old jerry matthews. he was arrested on suspicion of possessing a stolen vehicle...and for the felony warrant. (justine) new tonight at 8. three people suspected of breaking into cars in the south bay...ended up in police custody in san francisco...afte r leading officers on a chase from cupertino all the way up to the city.(jrstone) before officers caught them, police say the suspects were speeding up highway 101 and through san francisco streets. (jrstone) kron four's spencer blake picks up the story live at dolores park, where people say the car made quite a commotion this morning. spencer? (spencer)(live)i spoke with a homeless man who was inside his tent right here on 18th this morning...and he heard
what happened as the car came by.we're talking about a car highway patrol had been chasing ever since it got onto 101 in the south bay!(vo)but first, let's go to where it all ended, at webster and grove.here you can see c-h-p officers arresting some oft he suspects.police say at least one ofthem is a minor.whatever had been happening this morning, the guys in the car were willing to drive a álong way to get away.at about 9:30 c-h-p says the susects got off the freeway at candlestick and continued driving around bay view and dolores park.(sot) rocky ÷ heard car racing by "there was a lot of sirens coming up and obviously it was a chase. you could hear the tires and stuff and the way the acceleration was happening."(vo)this all began when someone called the santa clara county sheriff's office to report 3 people breaking into cars in cupertino.the sheriff's office found the car matching the description on 280, and c-h-p took over the
chase once the car got onto northbound 101.somewhere along the way, officer vu williams says the driver hit one or two other cars, but it doesn't look like anyone got hurt. (live)but it will be the santa clara county sheriff's office who handles the investigation now, along with recommending charges.live in san francisco, spencer blake, kron four news. (spencer) (justine) police arrested a suspected drug dealer in san francisco. police say this is the suspect's third arrest since last august. the 55 year old mans latest arrest happened yesterday afternoon on eighth and market streets...in the tenderloin. officers confiscated a six inch blade knife...236 bags of cocaine...113 bags of heroin...11 bags of meth...and a walkie-talkie from the suspect. (jrstone) in world news. all 71 people aboard a saratov airlines plane died
when the plane crashed southeast of moscow today. that's according to russian state news agency tass. those on board included 65 passengers and six crew members. the antonov-148 aircraft disappeared from the radar shortly after takeoff from a moscow airport and crashed soon afterward, tass reported. (justine) four people were killed in a small plane crash in los angeles county this morning. the los angeles county fire department said the plane crashed in a remote area. it's unclear what caused the plane to crash. the victims' identities have not yet been released. the f-a-a and n-t-s-b will investigate. (jrstone) an unoccupied classic car caught fire after it was hit by a train in atherton.the crash happened just after 8 o'clock last night ... at the railroad crossing at fairoaks lane. firefighters rushed to put out the fire. one that was burning a 1950's austin healey. investigators say the car
stalled and the driver got out before it was hit by a train. that driver then dragged the car to its stopping point at watkins avenue. 300 people were on the train at the time. no one was injured. (justine) coming up, a sightseeing tour of the grand canyon ends in tragedy after a tourist helicopter crashes in a ball of flames. (jrstone) and a shirtless man shuts down a runway at l.a.x. for several hours. (justine) and what caused some drinking water to turn brown for hundreds of people in the bay area. that story coming up right after the break.
(jr stone) some people in vallejo dealt with brown water coming out of their faucets.(justine) the city discovered the problem this morning and sent crews to address it right away. as kron 4's ali reid found out, there was a mishap in the city's reservoir system. about a thousand families in south vallejo have been dealing with brown water coming out their toilets and faucets ... which have caused quite a stir. yea, we're not gonna drink it ... until we know for sure what's happening there was a hiccup at the swanzy reservoir, which caused sediment to get into the water lines and pushed into a part of the system. although discolored with a little
debris floating around, the city urged residents that it was safe to drink. although it is advised the limit usage. ahhhh no no no. it's not okthe reservoir's sensor gave a false read, sucking sediment from the bottom and into the system. crews worked on it for the better part of sunday. and although the water started looking a bit clearer, neighbors within this border along lemon street to highway 780, to laurel, pueblo way, and porter street ... are still skeptical.i'm gonna be cautious. i'm gonna wait about 6-7 hours at least, and make sure we have an all clear sign or signal hahahahaas a precaution they still won't drink it..we drink bottle water the reservoir is one of the oldest in the city dating back to the early 1900's. for those still seeing discolored water, the city suggests turning on the faucet for 5-10 minutes until it clears up. reporting from the glen cove neighborhood in south vallejo ... ali reid .... kron 4 news. (justine) at least three people have died, and 4 people injured after a tour helicopter crashed in the grand canyon. according to
police, the chopper was carrying a pilot and six passengers. the passengers were visiting from britian. authorities have not released the names or ages of the victims. rescue efforts were slowed by rugged terrain and poor conditions. the f-a-a and the n-t-s-b will investigate. (jr stone) taking a live look outside....(justine) meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez has our forecast. .
(mabrisa rodriguez) some of the gust-prone locations could see winds in excess of 30 mph during the evening hours. in addition to the wind, canút rule out the potential for rain showers to develop. guidance is painting some spotty light qpf (up to several one-hundredths) mostly along the coast and the higher elevations later this evening and overnight. by monday morning the shower activity will be mostly confined to the santa cruz mountains and points south, with the higher elevations such as the santa lucias being the most favored location. this upper low will drop snow levels to around 3,500 to 4,500 in monterey county -- canút rule some snow showers for the santa lucia peaks at/above these elevations. by the time precipitation chances tapper off late monday or early tuesday in southern monterey
county, storm total qpf will range from little/none (for many locations) upward to about 1/4 of an inch (mainly for the higher elevations of monterey and san benito counties). some of the higher elevations could see locally higher amounts. this low will be a slow-mover and will gradually retrograde back offshore along the southern california coast by tuesday or wednesday. as for the san francisco bay area, temperatures will remain rather seasonal for early/middle february will temperatures generally in the upper 50s to middle 60s. gradual warming can be expected for the last half of the week as the low eventually ejects eastward into the north american continent
infrastructure plan. trump laid out his one-point-five trillion dollar proposal at his first state of the union address earlier this month. white house aides say 200- billion dollars of that money will come from federal spending. the rest is supposed to come from state and local governments. president trump said he wants to get the infrastructure permit and approval process down to "no more than two years." house democrats have also announced their own proposal... calling for five times the amount of federal funding to be made available. (jrstone) a man who may have been under the influence of narcotics caused a temporary runway shutdown at lax on saturday night. police say a man who was shirtless apparently scaled a fence and ran up to a southwest plane. the pilot spotted the man and immediately alerted police the suspect is expected to face charges, including trespassing. passengers of
the southwest plane were taken off and put on a new flight as a precaution. (justine) the department of transportation is reporting record lows for airline "bumping." "bumping" is when passengers with tickets for an overbooked flight are denied seats. in 2017, airlines reported an average of point-thirty-four passengers out of every 10- thousand were bumped. the d-o-t said that's the lowest rate since 1995 despite a high- profile incident in april 2017 when a united airlines passenger was forcibly removed from a flight. spirit airlines had the highest rate of denied boarding in 2017. delta had the lowest reported rate. (jrstone) the bitter cold can't stop these people from chasing medals of their own in south korea this week... in what's being called the "naked marathon." (justine) and just in time for valentine's day... we'll tell you how to pick up a furry friend for free this
month. at at&t, we believe in access. the opportunity for everyone to explore a digital world. connecting with the things that matter most. and because nothing keeps us more connected than the internet, we've created access from at&t. california households with at least one resident who receives snap or ssi benefits may qualify for home internet at a discounted rate of $10 a month. no commitment, deposit, or installation fee. visit att.com/accessnow to learn more. (j.r.) if you haven't gotten
your significant other a valentine's day gift you better get to work. we are now just a few days away from the big day. here's an idea for you. how bout a cat or dog. the peninsula humane society is hosting a senior sweetheart event. waiving adoption fees for many older pets all month long. those from the humane society say adopting an older animal has benefits. you certainly don't have to kitten or puppy proof a home. there are no adoption fees if you choose to adopt dogs and cats over the age of seven years at the peninsula humane society in burlingame. the deal lasts all month for valentine's day. (justine) ok -- so it's
not quite the olympics -- and particpants aren't quite naked -- but a number of brave souls in pyongchang are embracing the spirit of the games by going "half-greek" in the freezing cold in pursuit of a medal. cnn reporter ivan watson has more on the story. they say pyeongchang is the coldest spot in south korea. so what better place for a half naked road race. organizers call this the naked marathon. some of the participants look a little crazy. right now in its 26 years more than 1800 runners participated. to qualify for a medal, you have to run shirtless.either sprint for five kilometers or push harder for the 10k race. gusting winds forced the olympics to postpone the alpine ski competition. but bone chilling temperatures can't stop these korean runners from this annual demonstration of winter madness. ivan watson, cnn, pyeongchang, south korea.
"its rough there is no housing in america"(jrstone)homeless during a housing crisis.coming up .... an in- depth look at one bay area family.. struggling to find a place to live. (justine waldman) and new details tonight about the royal wedding -- including a place where people can watch the "i-do's " in person. and a family chasing a dream ends up losing everything in a crash..their story coming up on the other side of the break.
tonight.. kron 4's philippe djegal goes in-depth to learn more about what affordable housing means in the bay area. nats- the dulcet sounds of a classically trained pianist...nats- from the comfort of her own home... nats- in her bedroom...nats- which these days is in an r-v parked in a southbay parking lot.khristina miller- "this has been our home since december 3rd of last year." khristina miller and her boyfriend paul have fallen on hard times... struggling to feed their three-year-old daughter... and put a steady roof under the heads of their unborn twins.... working low paying jobs to make ends meet. before khristina was diagnosed with a
mental illness... she spent six years studying music at cal-berkeley .khristina miller- "i was diagnosed with schizophrenia -- paranoid schizophrenia." the couple is desperately searching for affordable housing... but it's been next to impossible to do in the bay area. khristina miller- "there's like a waitlist that's like either two to three years." paul miller- "we've considered leaving the state -- we've considered every option. i've been on craigslist looking at homes in stockton, in merced -- it's rough. there is no housing in america." khristina gets about one- thousand dollars a month from social security... and, paul typically gets paid cash as a handyman... making it challenging to meet the requirements to get approved for affordable housing. a steady income and the ability to consisently pay the rent. leslye corsiglia/casa- "in sillicon valley, where we're located, affordable housing is actually an oxymoron." leslye corsignlia (core-seal-ee-yuh) is the executive director of sillicon-valley-at-home... a non-rpofit organization working on solutions to the bay area housing crisis. she's also co-chair of casa -- the committee to house the bay area... tasked with finding ways to implement "plan bay area." a regional blueprint for building more housing near transportation. so, what is affordable housing? government-subsidized income- restricted housing based on the number of people living in a unit. income-eligibility is determined by each county's average median income... a standard set by the u-s department of housing and urban development.
people who earn zero to 120-percent of an area's average median income could be eligible for affordable housing. affordable means housing that requires tenants pay no more than 30-percent of their annual income on rent. leslye corsiglia/casa- "in santa clara county our median incomes more than 107-thousand dollars for a family of four." that means for that family 2,675-dollars would be considered an affordable monthly rent.leslye corsiglia/casa- "i have friends who are in their fifties who are living with roommates, and i'm sure that that's not where they would be." but at least her friends have homes... unlike khristina and paul - who were both born and raised in the bay area... and want to stay.khristina miller- "and, so this is where we are at this point."nats- talented, and determined to provide for her family. now, all the miller's need is a roof. and, a home that doesn't move.nats- philippe djegal, kron four news.
( jr ) in the east bay... police are investigating a possible murder suicide. gunshots were heard this morning just after 10 a-m on keith avenue in oakland. officers responded to the scene and heard more gunshots when they got there. a man in his 60's and a woman in her 70's suffered gunshot wounds and eventually died on the scene. the incident is still being investigated. meanwhile... a car crash in vallejo ... has turned into a murder investigation. last night police responded to the crash near tuolumme street and hospital drive. police found the body of a man in the drivers seat, and after looking over his injuries, they are investigating the case as a murder. the identity of the victim has not been released. (justine) new york state is suing disgraced hollywood executive harvey weinstein and
the weinstein company. today --- the new york attorney general said that a sexual harassment investigation found company employees were mistreated and exploited. the suit claims the misconduct began in 2005 up until about october 2017. weinstein was dropped from the company last year after several reports of sexual misconduct surfaced. more than 60 women have accused him of sexual harassment. his lawyer says that while weinstein, was not without fault, there was no crime. and the allegations are without merit. (justine) starting tomorrow, the company that makes oxy-contin will stop promoting it to physicians. purdue pharma also announced this weekend that it is cutting its sales force in half. the move came after purdue and other drugmakers faced a string of lawsuits from state and local governments. oxycontin is a highly addictive opioid. and some lawsuits accused purdue of downplaying its risks, while overstating its benefits as a painkiller. the c-d-c says that opioids
were involved in more than 42- thousands deaths in the u-s in 20-16. but purdue denies wrongdoing. ( jr ) new at 8. prince harry and his fiancee meghan markle are giving us more details about their wedding. the royal may 19th event will include a carriage ride through windsor so the public can celebrate the magical day with them. the couple will get married at noon in saint george's chapel at windsor castle. harry's grandmother...queen elizabeth the second...gave him permission to use the venue and will attend the wedding. (jr stone) in florida. a couple who bought a sailboat for a once-in-a lifetime adventure...lost almost everything when it sank on day two of their florida journey. authorities say tannder boradwell, nikki walks, and their pet dog...escaped injury when the 28-foot boat hit something and capsized wednesday near tampa. the couple says just about
everything else on the boat floated away. thw two had no sailing experinece. the boat is still in the channel tonight. authorities informed the couple...they must pay around $10 grand...to remove and store the boat. coming upnats: sounds of gunshots i was told by viewers to stop showing sideshows and they would go away . well i took their advice but they only got worse ... now some people are asking for a legal venue .. we'll look into this in the next edition of people behaving badly weather tease
if we can do that, imagine what we can do for seizures. and if we can fix damaged heart valves without open heart surgery, imagine what we can do for an irregular heartbeat, even high blood pressure. if we can use analyze each patient's breast cancer to personalize their treatment, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you. (jrstone ) some people say
sideshows are part of the bay area culture... and argue that it will never go away... (justine) stanley roberts looks into the problem ... and what can be done about it. áádrop supers for fullscreen : 1:16-1:24ááásounds of shots being fired.. i was told by viewers to stop showing sideshows and they would go away, gunshots but all too often if you ignore something it get worse .. i present to you the worse.extended sound a of gunshots this is video sent to me from a source who asked to to be identified .it's a sideshow in oakland where in what sounds like fully automatic guns are being fired in the air fully automatic gunfire sounds the sideshows have reached a level
now where lasers are being pointed at police helicopters putting the pilot at risk of having a catastrophic crash over a populated city. nats: ambiance and like what happened in richmond where a police officer was hit by a fleeing driver trying to avoid being detained during another sideshowsounds of gunshots this video happened the same night but again in oakland i was told it was a birthday party and again the party gowers fired bullets into the air sounds of gunshots law enforcement agencies from all around california are beginning to crack down on these events and by issuing tickets and impounding cars but when you have people fire guns indiscriminately in the air and you know what goes up must come down. it creates a whole new level of danger . sound of tires squealing i had a long conversation on the phone with ken houston the self-appointed son of oakland who stated (full screen)ááááá "if they can have demolition derbies that purposely crash into each other, why can't they have sideshows that purposely avoid each other" when i mentioned this on social media there were mixed opinions about a legal venue
i guess if will this off the streets it might be a way however, as long as there are neighborhoods being terrorized sound of people cheering and gunplay fully automatic gunfire sounds and lasers being pointed at aircraft . the chance of any legal venue anywhere in the state of california is probably off the tablenatural sounds stanley roberts kron 4 news (justine) still ahead... the story of an olympian breaking barriers he didn't even know existed. (jr sports tease) and coming up in sports, we'll head to monterey peninsula...for the final round of the pebble beach pro am mark carpenter has that and more around the corner.
mostly along the coast and the higher elevations later this evening and overnight. by monday morning the shower activity will be mostly confined to the santa cruz mountains and points south, with the higher elevations such as the santa lucias being the most favored location. this upper low will drop snow levels to around 3,500 to 4,500 in monterey county -- canút rule some snow showers for the santa lucia peaks at/above these
elevations. by the time precipitation chances tapper off late monday or early tuesday in southern monterey county, storm total qpf will range from little/none (for many locations) upward to about 1/4 of an inch (mainly for the higher elevations of monterey and san benito counties). some of the higher elevations could see locally higher amounts. this low will be a slow-mover and will gradually retrograde back offshore along the southern california coast by tuesday or wednesday. as for the san francisco bay area, temperatures will remain rather seasonal for early/middle february will temperatures generally in the upper 50s to middle 60s. gradual warming can be expected for the last half of the week as the low
eventually ejects eastward into the north american continent continent (justine) an olympic feat for one boston university hockey player.... as jordan greenway is already making history ábeforeá the competition even starts. from our partners at c-n-n... here is victor blackwell. nat sound:pro-hockey scouts say boston university junior jordan greenway is good enough to play in the nhl.he's 6-foot-5, 230 pounds... strong, fast and smart.but regardless of a professional sports future... he's already
making history.20-years old... he has some big skates to fill the last b-u terriers on team u-s-a played in 1980 - and pulled off the storied 'miracle on ice' victory over the then soviet union.it's also the last time the u-s men's hockey team won gold. jordan greenway:"i just hope that i can go over there with the guys and build on their legacy." and as the only african american player on this year's u-s men's hockey team jordan is building a legacy of his own.his two biggest fans could not be prouder.b-u head coach david quinnnat sound:and his mom, shannon sullivan.nat sound: victor blackwell:"what do you see and what you feel when you see him on the ice?"shannon sullivan:"it's something that i never dreamed of for him growing up and coming from a small town where we are." jordan has come a long way
from canton, new yorkjordan greenway:"i put on skates at a young age, probably two or three years old. a lot of my family always played hockey, my uncles, my cousins, they all played. there's a rink every two miles, so i was just next in line and i continued to play."he continued through youth leagues... and prep-school in minnesota... he even won gold - twice at the world championshipjordan greenway:"every time you come out with a win and you hear your national anthem playing and you see your flag going up, that's a pretty cool experience - one that doesn't get old."win or lose in pyeongchang, jordan is single- handedly changing the face of olympic hockeymore than being the only african-american hockey player on this year's u-s team. he's breaking a nearly century-old color barrier... as the first african-american to represent u-s hockey at the olympics -- ever.jordan greenway:"to be honest, i didn't know i was breaking that color barrier. i didn't find out for a while. i think it's great."shannon sullivan:"i can't believe this is my son that is, one, going to the olympics and breaking the color barrier. i mean, he's making history and i'm so proud of him."jordan greenway:
"i'm the first african-american to play hockey for the united states at the olympics but hopefully, i'm the first of many. hopefully these kids go out, try something different." victor blackwell:"that's a responsibility. will he live up to it?"david quinn:"i think jordan's personality, likeability and his smile and he's six-foot-five, he's got got hollywood good looks and he's a heck of a hockey player- you add all that up, i think someone of his stature, not only being a great hockey player but casual sports fan you're going to be interested to listen what he think the significance of impactful for the for a long time.""is there any pressure with being the first?"greenway:i think just going to the olympics, representing a you're whole united states. i know go over there and hard, put in all the effort that i this far and i all anyone can (justine) let's take a look at sports tonight. (jr stone) some big news out of santa clara -- mark carpenter is here to update us on the latest. the nfl season is officially over, but one player continues to make headlines for the wrong reasons. 49ers linebacker reuben foster...arrested this morning on suspicion of domestic violence, possessing an assault weapon and making threats. it's a story we brought you at the top of the
newscast. the 23-year-old was taken into a custody after police responded to his los gatos home at 9-15 to check on a possible disturbance. specific details of what unfolded between he and the victim are unknown at this time. he just finished his rookie season...and this is the 2nd time he's been arrested in less than a month... in early january, he was booked in alabama for 2nd-degree marijuana possession. it's worth noting that off the field concerns have surrounded foster since before he entered the league. prior to the 2017 draft, he failed a drug test at the league combine..and was asked to leave after an argument with a hospital employee. the 49ers released a statement this afternoon saying the organization is aware of the report... and they quote " take matters of this nature seriously and are gathering all pertinent information." his bail was set at 75- thousand dollars....and he was released from jail earlier this evening. elsewhere in the sports world-- the final round of the pebble beach pro-am. --gorgeous day down in monterey. --sunday started with a tie for first between
ted potter, junior, the 245th ranked player and the number one golfer in the world, dustin johnson. --we'll start with dj... solid approach on the 13th to set up a birdie.. and move to 14-under. --but not enough to catch up to potter... the 34-year-old...on another level today. four birdies on the front nine. including this beauty--chips one in on the par 3-7th. --then, on 18..taps it in to seal a three-shot victory. johnson, phil mickelson and jason day all tied for 2nd. potter junior...with his first tour win since 2012. toss back to anchorsanchor toss to break
and more happy. and now you can stay steps away from the magic for less. save up to 25% on select rooms at a disneyland resort hotel. so now's the time to get more happy! (jrstone) mardi gras revelers are going all out in new orleans this weekend. some of the most popular parades are under way, before the carnival season wraps up on tuesday. this weekend's festivities included an all-female parade inspired by an ancient egyptian goddess eye-sis. today -- parade floats included the crowd favourite "bachhus" ... named after the roman god of wine and revelry. the carnival season traditionally ends on mardi gras, or fat tuesday, the day before ash wednesday. (justine) old dishes, retro and
vintage furniture, and everything inbetween can be recycled and repurposed into works of art. it's calld upcycling -- and at the "up cycle pop" event in sacramento -- local artists got the chase to showcase some of their talents this weekend. the sutainable valentine's day popup is being called the first upcycle market in the country. among of the more interesting pieces that have been featured at the pop up event are vintage televisions from the 50s and 60s that the artist says he found on the side of the road. and it's all for a greater purpose. -- or should i say -- re purpose. fire fighting is a very dangerous profession.
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belongs to ted potter junior." "a surprise winner outplays a field of superstars... the 128th ranked golfer in the world takes the pebble beach pro-amsome disturbing news out of 49ers headquarters... as star linebacker reuben foster is arrested o suspicion of domestic violence and possession of an assault weapon... we will have all the details... this coming after the excitment in niner-land after they wrap up quarterback jimmy garoppolo to a long term deal... we will break down everything "jimmy g."only a couple of days until pitchers and catchers report... yesterday was giants fanfest... we will hear from their biggest offseason signing on his new team... time to get your groove on...sports night live is... ... next!" (nats - show