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celebrated the legalization of marijuana not only to have fun, but to also education other cities. a zookeeper is badly injured after a tiger attack in kansas. we will tell you if the zoo has to put the endangered tiger down or not. [e3]headlines-wipe to vo easter events plus if you are looking to go to an easter brunch or easter egg hunt today ... we have lists of different places holding events. [e4]news open-sot announcer says "watchin multiple churchs and luxury hotels damaged. according to the associated press these explosions are believed to have been carried out by suicide bombers. hundreds are lining up to give blood. so many that some hospitals are turning them away. we will continue to update you on this developing story. this put crews at high risk of serious injuries. now, they are asking for the publics help to identify the owner of the car that you see on your screen now. chief hoke at the illinois valley fire department says that they will press charges if this person is this is the car after a wood fence went through the windshield. this was on holland loop road. illinois valley fire district responded. the driver initially left the scene to find help. he was the only person in the car. ning? a zookeeper is in stable condition after the tiger she was caring for - attacked. broadcastify sot -- we have staff getting attacked by a tiger officials say sanjiv, an endangered sumatran tiger was in an outdoor area when he pounced on the woman. a enclosure. the tiger is still next to them, still attacking thats when 3 zoo employees came to her rescue - using food to lure the animal into an enclosed space. this video immediate emergency? first clearing out the area...then dispatching both firearms and tranquilizer teams sot brendan wiley: some of our suffered lacerations and puncture wounds to the back of her head, neck and arm. sot ron mcgill: quite frankly she's very lucky to be alive experts say something went wrong. adding that the close proximity between animal and care giver runs against standard operating procedures. the zoo - has been adamant they have no plans to kill the animal, who recently fathered four cubs sot brendan wiley: sanjev this morning did exactly what a tiger would when something comes in its territory earlier this year in north carolina, a lion attacked and killed alex black - a 22 year old intern at an animal conservation center. sot ron mcgill sot: those who work with these animals always need to be at the top of our game. one lapse of judgement today: sunshine, warm temperatures, and a few passing clouds will be the be warmer as well. the rogue valley and northern california will see temperatures in the upper 60s to low 70s tomorrow while the coast and klamath basin will see temperatures top out in the upper 50s to mid 60s tomorrow afternoon. tonight: the warmer day today will lead to a fairly mild night coming up. most communities around the region tonight will experience partly to mostly cloudy skies overnight with temperatures a few degrees warmer than last night. [e14]first weather-dual troon vineyard is hosting it's annual easter eggstravaganza. today from 12 to 4. the easter bunny will be there. there will be an obstacle course and a bounce house. kids can also decorate eggs. plus food trucks will be there are well. [e16]easter events-fs there is an easter brunch today at wolf creek in. it's from 12:30 to 3:30. it costs 30 dollars per person. it's a family style brunch. april 20-th as the cannabis industry's holiday. ironically, this is the very first year recreational marijuana has been legal in the city. the town had main street closed down for the festivities. while marijuana is now legal in weed, it is illegal in most of siskiyou county. the only other cities recreational marijuana is legal is mount shasta and dunsmeer. the festival's organizers hope this can help educate the community about cannabis and it's uses. [e20]420 celebration-sotvo elizabeth says: "some of the leading industry cannabis company's have come in to educate new, maybe existing cannabis users about products and regulations so we're excited to have that here." the festivals organizers say the road to recreational marijuana in weed hasn't been easy. californians couldn't legally buy cannabis from dispensaries until the start of 20-18. in just a couple of minutes.. we will be learning about this week's amateur athlete with jake garcia on the s-o-u diamond. [e22]tease five-vo happening today programming changes today there are some programing changes on abc. we will let you know when your favorite shows will be airing today. [e23]tease five-wxcam "here's a live look at the caveman bridge in grants pass from taprock northwest grill. watching out for you, this is newswatch 12 this morning." announcer says "watching out for you, this is newswatch 12 point s tire and auto sports desk, newswatch 12 sports with jake garcia" jake: over the past two years, southern oregon softball's best hitters have had a career path that's been exactly the same. harlee donovan last season... lauren quirke and allie stines this season... all came to sou via san mateo community college. the bay area juco has sent six players to sou since 2015... which is the most for any four-year school in that span. here's the story on how that came to be... as stines and quirke are newswatch 12's amateur athletes. stines says, "i committed to sou and i told her one day, i was like, 'i can't picture not playing with you any more.'" quirke says, "when i found out allie was coming, i was like, 'oh, i get to finish my softball career with my best friend? okay let's do it.'" stines says, "and then she committed here too and now we're happy." allie stines and lauren quirke are bound by a friendship that's tied to the college of san mateo. otherwise known as sou of the south... the pipeline from csm to southern oregon has been hard to ignore. started by kayleen smith in 2016... highlighted by harlee donovan in 2018... and punctuated by quirke and stines in 2019. success breeds success ... and experience at the bay area juco powerhouse has prepared them for life at ashland's naia powerhouse. stines says, "at csm that's all they preached is that practiced like we were any other four-year college team and we went out and we played that way." the relationship between the two schools stems from a relationship between the coaches. sou head coach jessica pistole and csm head coach nicole borg met when pistole was at william jessup. pistole says, "their expectation is high there and they expect to win championships, they expect to be competing for a state title year after year after year and to expect to be playing for that, you approach the game a little bit differently." borg says, "they want to be difference makers and i think that's why coach pistole likes looking at college of san mateo players is because she knows they know how to succeed." and succeed is exactly what stines and quirke have done. stines the first raider ever to hit 20 doubles in a season. quirke ranked fourth in the country in total bases. pistole says, "they are not kidding when they will stay in that cage after practice till they get it right." two san mateo products ... two of sou's best hitters... two friends happy their softball paths have been so intertwined. stines says, "we always talked about being a package deal one day and going and getting recriuted to the same place. it's super special that lauren's here with me." jake: stines and quirke lead sou in pretty much every hitting category this year. you can catch them in action this weekend, as the raiders host providence in their last home series of the regular season. only on newswatch 12 ... the u.s. join us for newswatch 12's skilled to work special at 6:30 on april 23. we're going to break down that shortage and how it's impacting our community. and we'll provide you with the resources available in our region to teach and prepare students for careers in the trade industry. tune in this tuesday at 6:30. turning to stormwatch 12watchins is newswatch 12 this morning." announcer says "now, stormwatch 12 weather with