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Three at the bay area's news station kcbs thanks for joining us tonight i'm john evans president trump is scheduled to arrive any moment at joint base andrews to greet three americans who were recently released from north korea at this time we don't necessarily know exactly win the president will make his remarks without his happening as we speak three americans released after being held in north korea a goodwill gesture ahead of the summit between president trump and north korea's kim jong hoon details coming up just as soon as they come in a vigil was held tonight for the fifteen year old boy who drowned in his high school pool yesterday kcbs gentle reports from san ramon valley high school in danville with flowers and shoes and messages of love and support for his family the memorial to fifteen year old ben curry is growing one day after he was found unconscious in the schools pool a staff member in paramedics tried to revive him but he was pronounced dead at the hospital police are calling it an apparent drowning with an official cause of death still at least a week away school officials are calling it a tragedy elizabeth grass which speaks for the san ramon valley school district what has been very heartwarming today is the amount of community support that we've had we had pta there with breakfast for the kids just to kind of give them a nice warm welcome as they were walking in we have staff from throughout the district come to support our staff up there among valley high school that spirit continues tonight as students organized their own way to express their grief and honor their friend with a vigil on the football field in danville gentlemen kcbs twelve people were injured today in a classroom at oak grove high school in san jose there is no official word on what the substance was but pepper spray is suspected kcbs is making gold's be has more the knicks kids and adults all started experiencing breathing trouble isolation or coughing says san jose fire captain mitch matlock we've had a total of twelve people who had symptoms who.

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