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you gotta go to ross. cold and windy today... get ready to layer up... with the cold weather expected to linger into the week. (jrstone) good evening... im jr stone.(justine) and im justine waldman. parts of the bay area saw wind speeds up to 30 miles per hour... and parts of the area could see up to four inches of snow over the next few nights. meteorologist mabrisa rodriguez is here now to talk about how cold it is going to get, here in the bay area. (mabrisa rodriguez) much colder temperatures are anticipated from tonight and through the coming days. monday night/tuesday morning is currently on track
to be the coldest period, with record low temperatures forecast for many areas including downtown san francisco (38, a record going back to 1897). a freeze warning is currently in effect for tonight from midnight to 9am for all inland areas (excluding the shorelines) of the san francisco bay area. in addition to the cold temperatures, snow levels are likely to drop to 1000 feet or lower when the coldest post frontal air mass surges into our area later tonight. latest model guidance suggest light snow accumulations are possible over the highest elevations across the area, but primarily over the santa cruz mountains, particularly along the skyline corridor. accumulations of 2 to 4 inches are possible in the santa cruz mountains. a winter storm advisory is in effect from midnight tonight to 10am monday. models are showing a pair of weaker shortwave troughs passing through the area midweek -- which would introduce additional cloudiness (leading to warmer overnight temperatures/less risk of widespread freezing wed morning) and a slight chance of additional precipitation for the area.
(justine)two attacks in two nights at the ashby bart station in berkeley.(jrstone) police have made arrests in one of the incidents. kron 4's hermela aregawi spoke to bart officials and riders.. and joins us live from berkeley with that latest details on that story.. hermela, what do both attacks have in common? (hermela aregawi)it's a single victim... attacked by a group of teenagers. the first incident happened friday .. the second last night. both around 11 oclock. two attacks.. back to back.. saturday night.. a man says he was struck in the head by four
minors... in the parking lot of this ashby station.cheryl duarte/bart rideri am shocked. i dont blame the kids. i don't blame anybody really. it's just sadpolice arrived on scene and arrested four teens near the station. the victim identified two of them. both were booked to juvenile hall. on friday.. another man reported being punched in the head again.. by a group of four teens - who took his cell phone. police couldn't find the suspects.. but recovered the victim's phone abandoned near the station. cheryl duarte/bart rider everyday, every every evening. i take it all the time. i'll be a lot more cautious. i usually am you know but sometimes we let our guards down (hermela aregawi)this ashby station has seen multiple similar incidents in the last year. police have not said if they believe the two attacks this weekend were related. reporting live in berkeley
aregawi kron 4 news. and we first told you about these arrests through our mobile app. we sent a push alert at 3:29 this afternoon. make sure you download the kron-four news app to always get the latest breaking news. it's free for iphone and android devices. (justine) berkeley police tell us in the last two and half months, criminals have stolen more than two dozen electronics from right near the cal campus. so this weekend, officers set-up an under-cover police sting. last night around 8, berkeley police were at cafe strada on college avenue. a place kron 4 has been at before covering laptop thefts. police tell us, the under- cover officers watched 6 suspects run in and steal 2 laptops, jump in a car and drive away. patrol
officers caught 6 suspects, 3 adults and 3 juveniles, just a few blocks away. now, police plan to keep more undercover officers at popular cafe locations. (justine) in the east bay... fremont detectives are investigating two deaths that happened in a home on third and "j" streets in the niles district. (jr stone) as kron 4's ali reid reports, family called police asking for a welfare check after not hearing from the couple for days. family members gathered in front of the third street home where a suspected murder-suicide happened over the weekend. they hadn't heard from the couple in 2 days, and called police on saturday. during a welffare check, police knocked on the door and heard no response. looking through the window, they spotted a woman who neighbors refer to as holly, and a dog through the window. police say they both appeared to be dead. once authorities gained entry, they also found a man dead in
the home. it isn't clear if he was in the same room, but authorities say the gun used to kill all 3 was found close to one of the victims. police believe they were dead for at least a day. this all comes as a shock to homeowners nearby .... the couple's next door neighbor tells me the duo spent time with them on thursday afternoon. everything seemed normal. they didn't seem to be in any type of crisis.people in the neighborhood believe the shooting happened on friday afternoon ... saying they heard an argument before at least 2 gunshots rang out. arguing and the dog kept on barking like crazy, then i heard a pop. then one down and the lady yell like crazy saying oh my godneighobrs tell me the couple had been long term partners. the woman helped take care of the man's sick mother for years until she was placed in a home a few months ago ... saying the two had their struggles but didn't expect anything this drastic. as police continue to investigate, they say this is an isolated incident and the public is not at risk. reporting in fremont ... ali reid... kron 4 news.
(justine) keeping it in the east bay... a man was hit on the back of the head and robbed in people's park in berkeley. the assault happened on thursday at midnight. police say a man hit the victim with an object..took his wallet and left the park. the victim did suffer a cut to his head. police are still investigating the situation. (jrstone) new at ten... police are investigating a carjacking that happened this afternoon in the north bay. these are the photos of the car after two suspects stole the van and lit it on fire in santa rosa. police say two men robbed the victim at gunpoint near west third street and dutton avenue. after the victim called 9-1-1, police received a call about a car on fire. officials were able to identify the stolen van as the same car that was reported on fire. the sonoma county alliance is offering a 25-hundred dollar reward for information that leads to an arrest. (justine) sideshows have become all too common in
oakland... but they have now reached the north bay. police say about100 cars gathered late last night in santa rosa. just before midnight, c-h-p officers and santa rosa police saw several cars they believed to be involved in sideshow activity. it took the officers hours to track down all the people involved.. in all....49 traffic citations were issued, three cars were impounded and two arrests were made. (j.r.stone) some scary moments in the south bay this morning when a plane landed on highway 101. this photo was sent to us by joshua miller. it happened in the area of san martin in santa clara county just after 11 a.m. the small plane was attempting to land at a nearby airport but couldn't make it. fortunately the plane made a safe landing on the shoulder of the highway and while there were major delays, no one was hurt. (jrstone) new at ten...
a redwood city man was arrested for crashing into another car while driving drunk. it happened yesterday morning on westborough boulevard near gellert boulevard and interstate 280 in south san francisco. authorities say esteban figueroa was driving down westborough boulevard when he crashed into another car. police say officers suspected figueroa of being under the influence... after failing a subsequent field sobriety test, figueroa was arrested. the two people in the other car were transported to the hospital. (justine) the last few days have been tough for parkland, florida.(jrstone) this weekend, families attended funerals for their loved ones, in the aftermath of the school shooting that left 17 people dead. andrew spencer reports. a student described geography teacher scott beigel as her hero.she says he saved her life, just before he was shot
and killed outside the door of his classroom at marjory stoneman douglas high school. kelsey friend, survived school shooting: "...was an amazing person, and i am alive today because of him."beigel's loved ones gathered for his funeral, sunday, at a synagogue in boca raton.the memorials and funerals this weekend have helped a community grieve in the wake of a senseless tragedy.woman at memorial: "we shouldn't have to be going through this, and... no community should ever be going through this."fred guttenberg, father of jamie guttenberg: "i... i don't know what i do next."preparing to bury 14-year-old jamie guttenberg on sunday, it was her father who made an impassioned plea to kids across the country just a few days ago.fred guttenberg, father of jamie guttenberg: "when you look at us parents like we are crazy, like we are trying too hard to protect you..."fred guttenberg, father of jamie guttenberg: "...just remember it's because we love you, and we never want to go through the tragedy of losing you." cameron kasky, shooting survivor: "you're either with us or against us."meanwhile, a group of students who survived the shooting are calling on others across the country to march on washington next
month, to push for gun control legislation.cameron kasky, shooting survivor: "we've been hearing a lot that this is not the time to talk about gun control, and we can respect that. we've lost people. it's important to mourn. here's a time to talk about march 24." i'm andrew spencer, reporting (justine) president trump will host a listening session on school safety this wednesday. the president will meet with students and teachers. it is unclear if anyone from parkland's stoneman douglas high school will be there. some students are outraged at trump's response to the massacre, including his tweets on saturday. he tweeted that the f-b-i is spending too much time investigating russia - but it missed warning signs about the florida gunman. one apparent shooting survivor tweeted in a response - quote - "17 of my classmates are gone... but it always has to be about you." the president will also talk school safety with state and local officials this week. (jrstone) coming up... why santa clara county is telling their residents to go get tested for s-t-d's. (justine) then... the
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could be seen for miles. the fire started just before 4am on sunday, and drivers on interstate 880 captured images of the flames "the alameda county fire department had a response for a car fire near building and when initial unites responded they found a fully enfolded warehouse or unit in the warehouse (((and that fire has spread to three different units, adjacent units"))firefighters quickly realized that there were no cars on fire, and instead the fire was spreading commercial units 1:11:17 we needed three alarms to extinguish the fire, contain the fire but yeah the fire did spread from the initial arrival of the unit the commercial units are located on 2995 tea garden street but the fire did not give details on the owners or companies that were affected... he did confirm that there were no injuries and no one was in danger because of the fire 1:11:08 we don't expect that anyone was in there at 3 o'clock in the
morningthe cause of the fire is still unknown but investigators on sunday were working to figure out exactly what happened.in san leandro, camila bernal kron 4 news (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (mabrisa rodriguez) much colder temperatures are anticipated from tonight and through the coming days. monday night/tuesday morning is currently on track to be the coldest period, with record low temperatures forecast for many areas including downtown san francisco (38, a record going back to 1897). a freeze warning is currently in effect for tonight from midnight to 9am for all inland areas (excluding the shorelines) of the san francisco bay area.
in addition to the cold temperatures, snow levels are likely to drop to 1000 feet or lower when the coldest post frontal air mass surges into our area later tonight. latest model guidance suggest light snow accumulations are possible over the highest elevations across the area, but primarily over the santa cruz mountains, particularly along the skyline corridor. accumulations of 2 to 4 inches are possible in the santa cruz mountains. a winter storm advisory is in effect from midnight tonight to 10am monday. models are showing a pair of weaker shortwave troughs passing through the area midweek -- which would introduce additional cloudiness (leading to warmer overnight temperatures/less
(justine) in the south bay... health officials are encouraging people to get tested for sexually transmitted diseases. as kron four's rob fladeboe reports this suggestion comes after a sharp increase in s-t-d cases. mirroring a trend across california and the nation, syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia have been increasing for the past five years here in santa clara county. california has the highest number of cases of all states and it's not just confined to the youngest, most sexually active people among us says the health department's dr. sarah lewis dr. sarah lewis/santa clara county health dept. "...it's very worrisome becase we're seeing the rise across all genders, across all sexual orientations and increasingly across all age groups. where
once we saw chlamydia and gonorrhea mostly in people ages 15-25, now we are seeing these rising rates in all ages..."(full screen)in 2016, the latest data available shows that there were 6,963 cases of chlamydia, 1,914 cases of gonorrhea and 351 cases of syphilis in santa clara county. the number of cases of syphilis also tripled from 2011 to 2016. why is this happening?dr. sarah lewis/county health department "....we know it's more than the fact that we are diagnosing more cases, although that is a piece of it. it may have more to do with changing patterns about how people meet their sexual partners or how many partners they have..."std's are easily treated and cured with antibiotics, but if left untreated, can increase the risk of hiv infection and complicate pregnancy. what can people do to reduce their risk of contracting or spreading
std's?dr. sarah lewis "....abstaining from sex is one option, another would be to reduce the number of partners, using condoms correctly every time and getting tested and treated regularly..."for information about testing, answers to your questions as well as free condoms and other std prevention materials, visit "gettestedscc.org or stop by the county health department here at 976 lenzen avenue. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news (justine) coming up... a plane has gone missing in iran... now more than sixty are presumed dead.... why officials think the plane crashed. coming up(siren welp) lexus start getting over to your right make a right turn on lincoln and you can stop on the right shoulder.san francisco police department's richmond station focuses their attention on speeders near golden gate park i'll explain in the next edition of people behaving badly
(j.r.) in world news tonight...65 people are presumed dead after a plane crash in iran. the plane took off in tehran and was headed to the city of yasuj. fifty minutes after the plane took off it disappeared from radar. there was bad weather at the time and that weather is hampering the search efforts for survivors this evening. this is the plane that was lost. it was a french manufactured aircraft. in the past iran has suffered from a shortage of spare parts among planes because of sanctions that had previously been imposed on the country. this evening though it is unclear what happened. it appears the plane went down about 14 miles away from it's final destination. it is a mountainous area covered in snow with a large amount of
fog hampering the rescue efforts. now it was thought there were 66 people on board but one person missed the flight. (justine) in south- eastern mexico... clean up continues after a magnitude seven-point-two earthquake rocked the region friday night. emergency authorities in oaxaca reported "only material damage and no loss of human life" áduring the earthquake. you can see crews working to clear roads this weekend after the quake created landslides. there were also cracked and damaged buildings and items dumped from store shelves. 13 people did die, after a helicopter checking out the damage from the quake crashed. (justine) in national news... facebook has announced it's going old- school... using "snail- mail" to prevent foreign interference in next u-s election. the company wants to send postcards to possible buyers of political ads to make sure they are in
the u.s. the recipient would then have to enter a code in facebook to continue buying the ad. this will start ahead of the midterm elections in november. the plan was unveiled a day after special counsel robert mueller charged 13 russians with interfering in the 2016 u-s presidential election. (jrstone) next... when two girls learned that homeless children do not get to birthday parties... they took matters into their own hands. (justine) then... people across the bay area remember those unjustly imprisoned in world war two internment camps.
(justine) this year president's day falls on an anniversary that japanese americans remember solemnly. (jrstone) february 19, 1942 was when f-d-r signed an executive order allowing the round-up and internment of japanese americans during the height of world war two. kron four's spencer blake was in san francisco's japantown today at a ceremony that honored those who were unjustly imprisoned. inside a san francisco theater sunday, performers, speakers, and a candlelighting ceremony reminded everyone there about the u-s government's internment of japanese americans during world war two. "we must remember the 120-thousand people being torn from their homes."speakers
compared the action authorized by f-d-r...to president donald trump's actions today."the families of japanese americans who went through that experience stand should-to- shoulder with the groups that are being targeted today." julia harumi mass of the a-c- l-u said muslims are especially facing similar injustices.(nats)performers keyed into the plight of japanese latin americans...wh ose story, they say, still remains largely untold.many of them who were interned in the 40s...never got reparations from the government, even after president reagan's signing of the civil liberties act."one of the purposes of the civil liberties act of 1988 was to be an assurance that such government violations would not reoccur. never again. hey, but 'never again' is happening again."ten candles honored the thousands of americans interned in ten different camps around the country.those who lit the candles, either were interned, or had family that was."my grandpa was in one of the internment camps."though reagan's signed act gave an official apology, and payment to those treated unjustly...this group of japanese americans will not soon forget what their families went through. (looklive)the day of remembrance ended with the group carrying candles on a procession through japantownin
the newsroom, spencer blake, kron four news. (live) taking a live look outside at san look outside at san francisco's embarcadero.... (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist mabrisa rodriguez. (mabrisa rodriguez) much colder temperatures are anticipated from tonight and through the coming days. monday night/tuesday morning is currently on track to be the coldest period, with record low temperatures
forecast for many areas including downtown san francisco (38, a record going back to 1897). a freeze warning is currently in effect for tonight from midnight to 9am for all inland areas (excluding the shorelines) of the san francisco bay area. in addition to the cold temperatures, snow levels are likely to drop to 1000 feet or lower when the coldest post frontal air mass surges into our area later tonight. latest model guidance suggest light snow accumulations are possible over the highest elevations across the area, but primarily over the santa cruz mountains, particularly along the skyline corridor. accumulations of 2 to 4 inches are possible in the santa cruz mountains. a winter storm advisory is in effect from midnight tonight to 10am monday. models are showing a pair of weaker shortwave troughs passing through the area midweek -- which would introduce additional cloudiness (leading to warmer overnight temperatures/less risk of widespread freezing wed morning) and a slight chance of additional
(justine) two little girls in ohio want to help kids who don't have a place to call home.( jr stone) as valencia wicker reports from columbus... those girls want homeless children to hear "happy birthday." you can call it christmas in february.natsot:"my box is pretty strong for a little girl like me!"no, the gifts aren't wrapped in pretty paper. but it seems 8-year old paisley and, 9-year old camie are much into frills. they just want the stuff inside, as they rip every box in awe at what's being pulled out.natsot:
"paw patrol cups. paw patrol napkins."wait. cups? napkins? these don't sound like gifts at all.those sound like decorations.campbell barber, collecting birthday supplies for homeless kids"we decided to start gathering birthday supplies and we're going to throw birthdays for those kids."those kids? which kids? campbell barber, collecting birthday supplies for homeless kids:"one day on the news we saw that homeless people don't get birthdays. and we thought that we should like throw birthday parties for them."ah, and, there it is, the real gift in all of this. it certainly never came in a box. paisley barber, collecting birthday supplies for homeless kids:"any kind of age, you should be cared and loved. people should always, like, wish you happy birthdays."this gift is the gift of giving back, planning birthday parties for kids whose families can't afford to. campbell barber, collecting birthday supplies for homeless kids:"if i didn't have a birthday, i would feel like no one loved me and i really want them to feel loved inside." paisley barber, collecting birthday supplies for homeless kids:"they don't care who is
buying stuff, they just want a happy birthday from somebody." somebody, like a couple of cute strangers with huge hearts. campbell barber, collecting birthday supplies for homeless kids:"we think it's amazing that we had a lot of people to help us out with this. they're going to have a lifetime experience to have a birthday again. i think they are going to be like 'oh i'm so excited.'" it really is christmas in february. after all, 'tis the season of giving, today, and always. (jr stone) the birthday supplies will be donated to the organization called "brightening birthdays." it throws birthday parties for children whose families can not afford to do that. (justine) coming up... america is no stranger to food festival... and one small
(justine) new at ten, police in oregon say a 72-year-old man tried to kill his 74-year-old roommate ... because she asked for his share of the electric bill.(jr stone) now, he's in jail facing several charges, including attempted murder. reporter, kelsey watts spoke with the victim and has her story. you can still see the bruises under charlotte simons' eyes after she was attacked in her own apartment nearly two weeks ago.she says she asked her roommate, leo miller, for his half of the electric bill, but he wasn't ready to pay it.and what happened next landed him in jail.charlotte simons/attacked over electric bill: "he said i'm going to
kill you, you báááá. those were his exact words. my words were, leo??"investigators say miller tried to kill her.she says she was sitting in her recliner watching television, when he came at her with a plastic bag around his hand. charlotte simons/attacked over electric bill: "... went like so, and he thought he could suffocate me with that."she struggled to breathe and eventually played dead. charlotte simons/attacked over electric bill: "i just went limp and he thought that he killed me."she managed to pull out her life alert necklace to call for help.charlotte simons/attacked over electric bill: "they came on the line and said what's your emergency. i need the police, i need an ambulance, on the double!"but investigators say when miller realized what she was doing, he started punching her in the face.her right eye was swollen shut.charlotte simons/attacked over electric bill: "this one, i couldn't even open it, i mean it was a mess."but at 74-years-old, she was determined to fight back. charlotte simons/attacked over electric bill: "that's when i reached for his gonads and i just squeezed them as hard as i could. if i had a pair of cutters, he wouldn't be
wearing 'em today, he'd be at the hospital."thanks to the call she was able to make, tigard police interrupted the attack.she spent two days in the hospital and miller is now in the washington county jail facing charges including attempted murder, strangulation and assault.she says she'll be happy if he never gets out.charlotte simons/attacked over electric bill: "if you want to beat up on somebody, go to the gym and work out on a body bag." (jr stone) miller appeared in court last monday and pled not guilty. his next court appearance is in march. (justine) still ahead... actress emma watson makes a major donation in response to the "me too" movement. (jrstone) sports tease...
(justine) if you drive around the bay .. have you ever wished there was a cop waiting up ahead... to catch speeders?(jrstone) with stepped up enforcement and federal grant money, you might just get your wish to come true. .. 50, 50 692 . 10-4 with the maroon trim on the side that's the one 50 is the estimated speed and 50 is actual speed and 692 was the distance from the officer you see san francisco police department's richmond station are looking for speeders and on this day its on the presidio parkway
bypass both directions continue straight make a right turn on the next streetthe speed limit on park presidio is 35 yet speeds on the curve easily get up to we have you on lidar at 50 while officers fanned out to catch speeders it didn't go unnoticed on social media the waze app snitched the officer out however (beep) 50 the black one after the jeep i'm riding with officer yee on this crackdowni have you on lidar at 15 over the posted speed limit the posted speed limit is 35lets see what the driver had to say i feel like i was following the person in front of me ahhh the person in front of you was like 5 car lengths ahead of you (i was saying i was trying to keep up with him) yea you were trying to catch up with him that's a little different. and this wasn't first blue light special if you had two speeding tickets in the last month, no you would not be eligible for traffic school this stepped up enforcement on speeders was funded with grant money from the office of traffic safety this next
driver was caught on lidar at 54 he was an off duty uber driver but his dress trade was still being displayed i have you on lidar at 54 in a posted 35 so you're 19 over the posted speed limit were you aware of your speed i spoke to the driver how long you been driver uber (two years) first time getting pulled over yea however after receiving the ticket he told the officer that he was in fact pulled over before for running a stop sign so that would make you ineligible to attend traffic school again if you are going 1 to 15 over the posted speed limit the fine is 238 dollars and 1 point from 16 to 25 the fine is 367 and a point . above 25 and your getting into the 500 dollar range . in just 4 hours 4 officers issued 23 tickets with the highest speed of 70 miles per houryes in the 35 mile per hour zone in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news
(justine) actress emma watson is donating more than one-point-four million dollars to help sexual harassment victims.watson, known for her roles in the harry potter films, is giving the money to the justice and equality fund. it's a part of a crowdfunding campaign started by women in the british entertainment industry in response the #metoo movement. more than two-hundred british stars signed an open letter calling for an end to sexual harassment at work.
all-star weekend is supposed to be a time for relaxation, but that doesn't really apply to the warriors. the champs busy in l-a... as the golden state contingent has four players on the roster. --let's get to the action. steph curry and lebron...your team captains that assembled the lineups. --early on, we're seeing the starpower. . russell westbrook... sets up the alley oop for lebron. ájust look at how much air he got on that one. --curry...struggled early, missed his first 6 shots. converts that one late in the 2nd for his first three. --good thing he brought his splash brother. klay thompson..dropped 15 in the first half...all from downtown. --out of the break, you can tell how serious this game
was. curry...eating curry...eating popcorn on the bench. --down the stretch, game got tight. 5-point game...less than 4 minutes to go. kevin durant...15-foot fadeaway..to get team lebron within three. --then here we go, final possession...team curry down 3...they need a 3 to tie. check out the swarming defense on curry, not giving him any room at all. he dishes it to demar derozan...but the attempt is off. and how's this...defense wins the all star game. team lebron over curry, 148-145. "i think the format was great, i think the fans did a great job they reacted to the game in a very positive way. for me to be the captain of my team, steph being the captain of his team doing that draft is something it never had been done before. the great thing about our commissioner he's absolutely okay with trying something new".once i got the ball and turned, looked trying to get a clear shot of
the rim. i see lebron and kd kind of double team me at that point i was trying to make a play... obviously it was great defense by them and they just made one more play than we did". moving over to the college ranks-- stanford and cal with the 2018 edition of the pete newell classic...at haas pavilion tonight. --1st half, a couple of late entries for the dunk contest. don coleman...dials up marcus lee on the alley oop. the senior put up 15 points. --down the stretch, stanford up 1. and kezie okpala..extends the lead with a spin and some touch. the cardinal win 77-73...in this matchup in the conference of champions. to the ice-- the sharks finishing off a homestand against the dallas stars... and the sharkies feasting tonight. 1st period... joe pavelski... gets the sharks on the board with his 15th goal still in the 1st--... melker karlsson... makes it 2-0 sharks less than 6 minutes in also in the
1st... millkel boedker... turns on the red light... 3-0 sharks about 2 minutes later... boedker does it again... 4-0 sharks after just one period san jose wins 5-2. finally, a thrilling finish in the 60th running of the daytona 500. "drivers start your engines!!" dale earnhardt junior....getting things started at the great american race. --brutal day on the track.. major wrecks ruined outings for jimmie johnson, kevin harvick and danica patrick. --the one left standing at the end...27-year-old austin dillon. who took his first lead on the final lap of the race. he drove the number 3 car in honor of the legendary dale earnhardt. "it is so awesome to take the three car back to vicotry lane. 20 years ago, this one's for dale earnhardt senior and all those senior fans. i love you guys. we're going to keep kicking butt the rest of the year." (justine) next...(justine)
food festivals... from bar-b-que cook-offs to beer and wine festivals...(jrstone) but have you ever heard of a spam festival? the small town of isleton hosted it's annual spam festival this weekend. dishes ranged from spam-jalaya to spam-atoni to spam jerkey. there's so much spam... people literally have it coming out of their ears! families gathered from all over the state to take part.(john daw, cooking
competition contestant): "yeah, it's a big deal. we've been training for this for months. training? yes!"(paul steele/ spam king): "if you look in there and see the dishes people are making. it's unbelievable! i mean the stuff people come up with." (justine) and everyone hopes they will win the "spamley cup!" "spamley cup!"will win the hopes they everyone hopes they will win the "spamley cup!" (male announcer) right now, it's all new.
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