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up stories at this hour this by budget problems and service cuts san francisco muni drivers will get pay increase today. a big win for ac transit drivers a judge rules in favor of an injunction of the new contract they didn't like. will service get back to normal now? san jose firefighters have agreed to return to the bargaining table to try and find a way to bring back one or some of the recently laid off firefighters. >> more coming up on those stories weather and traffic always top stories will star with a whether a live look at the golden gate fog is stick out there let's find out what's in store. >> certainly seeing a lot of fog out there this morning just like
we saw last week in the week before same story this summer. beautiful picture but certainly not saying sunshine at this point. our forecast today drizzle will produce fog below average temperatures like we've been seeing that a cooling trend we will bit cooler mid- week. let's look at fog and fog trucker pretty much stopped and all little bit by 9:00 it's not until 10:00 a.m. we see a lifting the north bay in the south bay. revealing sun will keep the fog at the coast even then noontime we may see sun breaks later but partly cloudy 52 1/2 monday 59 amount you san jose 56 in livermore and antioch. keeping below average temperatures of our eyes today you can see that 69 mill valley 88 the fairfield 75 vallejo and
down and the peninsula coolidge usual 58 in ocean beach, san bruno 68, '60s and '70s the other side of the day 74 hayward 75 union city. we are seeing warm temperatures inland spot squeezing out 190 degree reading in livermore 85 in pleasanton. south bay 80's and '70's here 89 los gatos 77 in santa clara 80 in san jose cool temperatures today we will get cooler even by wednesday and thursday you can see that in our highs are in line spots will stay low 80s keeping it in the eye 60s and low '70's at the coast very chilly their high 50s low 60s. >> tracking of a couple of hot spots for you the right on interstate 580 westbound altamont pass now into pleasanton for the west bound
ride as well. dublin interchange still looks good your commute towards 680 still uneasy 1680 rise southbound still looks good. we're a month and a half away from the opening of the new express lanes for 680 south. i wait for better commit the unusual all of the slow traffic here confined to at antioch. walnut creek that southbound 680 ride still looks good no problems for you there. next we will go to the bay bridge and then san jose the right to the toll plaza where even though the leader flights were activated and we did see higher volume in the 6:00 hour by now the 7:00 hour things have really slowed down at the bay bridge sure looks like the volume numbers are way down. there is no problem crosses ban so it's an easy trip. here's a san jose
ride 1 01 northbound even that is lighter than usual very much in evidence is a lack of traffic on 87 where it joins 101 northbound usually we see that ramp backed up or connects with 1 01 we probably will bit of this morning. >> big story to help balance a budget deficit all san francisco employees have agreed to take a pay cut. not many the agency operator will then appear raged in race. >> is the approved and the many operators would go from making $27 to $29.52 an hour. the reason why there is a special provision in the charter that calls for them to make the average of the two highest paying transit agencies in the country. the first as boston the second is santa clara so the many operators would be right in the middle. a few moments ago i spoke to an operator who says
she deserves a pay raise. she doesn't want your face on camera. >> you have anything to say to people who took pay cuts. >> i apologize. you guys had to take a big cut by if you are a live paycheck to paycheck a thousand dollars out of each paycheck is hurting me. i'm struggling. that's a myth about muni drivers making a lot of money we make a lot but we also get taxed a lot we also have to pay a lot about. >> for health-insurance and other things do. >> ac transit board has not decided to appeal an injunction that blocks a contract that the agency had imposed the judge's ruling is a victory for the workers meaning they get to keep their pay and benefits and go back to the route schedules for now ac transit's says the real
losers could be the riders. every week it is bleeding more money without fast concessions the only choice could be a more service cuts. >> we have made over $9 million of the administrative cuts. our administration is 25% over budget. we can't go any further without making changes >> union leaders say they will make concessions but they won't talk about specifics they will do that at the bargaining table. >> city of san jose and firefighter union will continue negotiations this afternoon an effort to rehire some of the 49 firefighters are lost their jobs. the union and city will meet at 2:00 p.m. to discuss the proposal. it includes eliminating demands on the city to guarantee no firefighters lay off. >> san rafael police are asking for help in identifying a man
who it sexually assaulted a woman. 1030 sunday night 24 year-old woman was walking through the park while she was in the park she was approached from behind by a man he had a knife she was forced to the ground and he sexually assaulted her. here is a description it might or hispanic male 6 ft. tall 250 lbs. goatee and thick lips. >> we will be right back as news continues to live look from san jose a lot of fog down in the south bay as well traffic moving jose a lot of fog down in the south bay as well traffic moving swiftly on 1 01.
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killed 40 people destroyed nearly 2000 homes. there are 10,000 firefighters are thousands more troops and tens of thousands of volunteers battling these blazes in more than a dozen provinces seven provinces are still under state of emergency. >> the dow giving back some of its gain. 65 renounce factory orders fell a sign manufacturing is slowing down home sales fell as well. the dow not liking the boeing nowll street. g saying they will move to defense programs expected 550 engineering jobs out of the california moving them to oklahoma city within the next two years it will move one of its programs the beginning of next year the other program towards the end of 2012 the
lower operating cost in oklahoma were a factor in the decision. >> we are taking a look at the dow is down 63.1 of our developing stories now let's take a look outside sam francisco fog and the breeze the flag is blowing you can hardly see anything but the fog and drizzle this morning we will be back.
hawks 715 following the latest developments a work place shooting the gunmen a warehouse worker who was called in this morning to be let go. if it happened at harvard distributors this is video from our last hour showing police and what personal report responding the suspect came armed with rifles three people were shot and killed pleased are refusing to confirm the exact number they will say
three people were wounded and taken to hospital we also have word that he shot and killed themself as pleased king. we are now just trying to ferret who shot who is not accountable appear it was during the shift change. we are monitoring live pictures this morning were the have a press conference planned as soon as we learn more we will give you the update. >> seeing more chilly weather along with fogging cloud cover a live look in san jose seeing those clouds their cool today and cooler as a maker into the middle of the league currently 59 in san jose: back down to 74 this evening. current temperatures chile right now but 51, 55 fremont 56 in
livermore and los gatos. temperatures in the '50s rain now by the time we hit the 10:00 are still 5760 is not seen any '70s yet not to own and we see widespread '70s indicated by the yellow. we will see these today hitting our highs at 3:00 p.m. and the livermore valley also a napa valley and down into the south bay maybe squeezing out a 90 degree reading but still below average not to summary out there. 77 in san rafael, 75 in vallejo. " at this the beach san francisco 63 degrees over the other side '60s and '70s. 74 and hayward 68 in richmond in the unsponsored 190 degree reading in livermore and allies seeing the '80s there. 89 los gatos 80
in san jose continuing to cool down making their way wednesday and thursday inland spots low eighties around the bay will keep it in the high 60s low '70's at the coast nice and cool in the high 50s. let's go to george >> after talking about better conditions it turns out there slowing for 880 south bound ride at the 92 interchange at least a bit before the north bound ride. the southbound 880 ride looks good around a street you will pay the slows traffic otherwise the rest of the nimitz commute looks good. we have seen an improvement for the 580 west bound ride but eastbound heading
toward altamont slowing their unexpected delay the rest of the ride westbound as you can say fairly late ayrshire lighter than usual 6 87 lbs. lighter than usual highway for really the only stretch you can't call a hot spot is three antioch the rest of the ride is actually later than usual this morning by the way is the bay bridge well i guess that depends on how you define usual or what is this. ever since congestion pricing went into affect first of july this is summertime pattern we would expect things to be lighter than usual then we would see in the wintertime when school secession easy trip enjoyed nous out there's no waiting to get across the upper deck. >> 720 decision 2010 meg whitman
has spent $100 million in her quest to become governor easily surpassing the previous record $91 million is her own. she raised about 3.3 million from outside sources ending on july 30th sorry june 30th. her opponent reported he raised 2.6 million her campaign has about 10.3 million in the bank brown says he has 23 million on hand spending just 131,000 during six week. whitman said she spent 20 million. >> money isn't a problem so far for governor gavin new some appeared they show news and has a two-one financing. they have great he is raised.
>> probing a rollover accidents by tanker trucks carrying hazardous materials they wanna know whether equipment similar to is the ability systems for cars would prevent tanker rollovers. the board is holding a hearing today on an accident that happened last year in indianapolis aureate propane tanker rolled over and exploded nobody was killed five people injured. six >> teen-agers have drowned in a tree fort louisiana from 13 to 183 brothers from one family and a sister and two brothers from another. they did not know how to swim they fell into the deep u3cwater from the shallows they were waiting and it is unclear whether one team and fell and pulled the others then or whether they're trying to rescue each other. they were all were adults there but they did not swim either. >> who been false academic epidemic continues to grow july
27th the number of cases has climbed to 2200 that is six time the number of cases from the same period last year there have been seven infant deaths from the disease state why. marin county has one of the highest rates of the bank of 238 cases reported there so far the county says reports of the daisies appears to have peaked late spring. >> we will be right back watching sam taylor branch think fog a bit of a way that the toll plaza traffic moving on the highway it rise right now waiting for the sun bunyan and a high of 76 around 3:00 p.m. today back to 71 by this evening.
hartford connecticut and manchester a press conference happening right now doctors treated three people were wounded in the workplace shooting just to bring it up to speed one victim is in fair condition, the second is in serious, the third was a fatal shooting. the person to die. >> we are ready to be able to handle more. >> or they brought in by ambulance? >> all came ground by ambulance. >> why were those 3¢ here? >> we are asked how many critical we can take there is a radio call we said up to five end there is a scene commander who disk determined to go is where and how they get here. we
will try to have updates if we can update as we go we're certainly trying if you want to stay around and do live shots. if he knew more through the day we can try. >> one of the places the victims were taken three brought here as we heard earlier one unfair when in serious undergoing surgery now the third victim to die at hospital. one confirmed death in the shooting this morning apparently a worker at the distribution plant called and to be let go according to police the broader rifle toward an open fire. three people were taken to this hospital other victims were taken elsewhere. as for pulling together details we will redefine those numbers through the morning. we will take a quick break and be right
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double live shots to out your window you see hays then maybe drizzled. will the flight is slowing as well. we have wind out there on the right we are above the clouds and that is where all the inland will be because they will be seeing the sun later today. >> pretty much covered and all see if i give fill in details. continuing to seek fog over the next couple of hours the drizzle as well below average temperatures the cooling trend continues later in the workweek. a look at the fog on fog trucker stockton we will see it live by 9:00 but in tilton o'clock we see a break and see sunshine of been to the north bay down in to the south bay in as we progress in to noontimes scene of fog
some along the coastline. we may see some bricks later today school outside right now 52 half moon bay in and san francisco 59 in san jose 56 in antioch and livermore your eyes today below average we have warned will little more for more last week 70 in san rafael 69 mill valley down the peninsula at cool temperatures 69 have been bay 75 in redwood city 77 name palo alto. this other side of the bay '60s and '70s here thaw 68 richmond 73wóçñ castro valley we will see 80 degree readings than 190 degree reading an article in spots. 9 deliver more to more warrant some more warming weather in the south 77 said carla 88 morgan hill. cold temperatures for the next couple
of days wednesday and thursday dipping a bit inland spots a high of the low eighties around the bay high 60s low 70's said the coast keeping it in the high 50s by the time we hit the weekend bumping it up a few degrees in temperature. but good george >> just a couple of stalls that's all it took on the nimitz freeway to jam up traffic is out on through a word out of san leandro and to 38 you will get really slow traffic part of it is a stall on the connector drew is saying it's on the connecting ramp from southbound to westbound that's why traffic trying to get to the san mateo bridge is backing things up on to the nimitz freeway there was another problem so the south bound ride is slow. northbound is low it has been incident free because of their recent read configuration it is moving well. here's low traffic for the hot spot slow spot. it is a
specialist 03 livermore at dublin in looks good at the bay bridge toll plaza west bound ride still looks great no back up or to life for the trip to the upper deck we have been incident free here. san ramon valley a look at our camera on the walnut creek interchange looking at interstate 680 south of 24 no back up leading south out of walnut creek trying to get into the san ramon valley the usual back up that often reaches here is not there this morning so you will enjoy it a letter ride. >> the any operators are set to receive 6% operators are set to receive a nearly 6 percent wage hike even as all other city worker unions have agreed to pay cuts. the san francisco municipal transit agency board of directors will review the pay increase on tuesday. if approved, the employees, which represents from $27.91 an hour to $29.52 an hour. the increase is all but guaranteed because of a provision for transit operators written into the city charter. operator wages are not
determined by collective bargaining like every other city union. voters will have the chance to change the wage rules in november through a ballot measure that would open operators' pay to negotiations. here are some reactions from our muni riders. i believe in unions but this union is out of control. >> dear rater raises are inconsistent with reality. >> they will have a chance to change the low wage rule through ballot measure. >> firefighters in san jose will continue negotiations to try and rehire some of the 49 firefighters at lost their jobs last weekend they will need at 2:00 to discuss the union's latest proposal which this city has neither rejected or accepted. it dominates in demand
to guarantee no firefighters lay off as well as changing retirement benefits for new hires. anxious parents at trace elementary school they are trying to change state law and their force the district to install automatic detectors when a remodeled schools this after fire destroyed a large part of the school last month. the parents would like to amend. today bp engineers plan to run a key test is the first step to up permanent solution they will test the blowout preventer to see if it can handle the ceiling of the well if it works than engineers plan to start the procedure they call the static killed. we have a graphic to explain how it's going to work. crews will pump mud in to the
top of them up well. if the pressure ahold is they will follow up by pushing cement into the well. that is the top killed after that if it works they will go to the bottom until procedure pumping mud into the relief wells that are being drilled. meanwhile tropical storm: is in the atlantic forecast put it on track off the seaboard rather than gulf of mexico the storm has maximum speeds of 40 mi. an hour winds. it could strengthen headed towards the east coast >> say on the senate floor, although she seems a safe bet for confirmation. the decisive vote is all but assured by week's end for president barack obama's nominee. nearly all democrats and a handful of gop senators are expected to vote for her, but the two parties are deeply divided over her qualifications. kagan is in line to succeed retired justice john paul
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the 2006 corvette. some 42 will be back with more a couple of minutes we also have this new information at least 150 ac transit drivers have called in sick this mine 15% of the unionized drivers forced on ac transit we are covering their ongoing labor dispute more on that in a moment. san jose traffic is doing ok dismissed the there hazy this morning 59 degrees to start off in san jose looking for a high of 80 later on.
it down to 64 this evening. chilly temperatures over the next couple of days. we will cool it down a few degrees is a maker wayne to wednesday, thursday inland spots keeping it in the low eighties around the bay high 60s low '70's at the coast particularly cold there i '50s. lookit the fog this morning socked in that discipline listing by 9:00 a.m. but not until 10:00 a.m. we see clearing up and the north bay east bay into the south bay still seeing the fog that the bay itself it will pull back by noon may see some sunny breaks but it will be closed out there. 75 novato, 69 mill valley warmer in fairfield at 88 down and the peninsula 68 pacifica and sambar know, 75 redwood city other side of the bay '60s and '70s 60
richmond 69 oakland 73 san leandro. inland spots for other 84 in danville 88 in antioch done in south bay we will see warm weather 89 los gatos 76 in cupertino. on 80 is san jose 88 in morgan hill. we will see different temperatures we make our way into the next couple of days by the weekend the bomb up a few degrees mostly clear conditions. >> as we continue to attract hotspots for you 581 of them this getting worse instead of better for the portion of the ride through downtown livermore in coming out of the altamont pass the rest of the westbound ride still pretty tame for your trip out through dublin, pleasanton. heading towards an old getting heavier for the south bound ride. 880 improving a bit south of 92 but north of
92 still is heavy. the back up traffic and that is what's left us behind schedule there. the bay bridge we are ahead of schedule westbound no backup for delivery truck heading to or across the upper deck a good ride no problems on any of the approaches whether it is interstate 80 or 580 coming through downtown oakland. >> 748 many cities around the bay area are hosting national and night out parties they are aimed at crime provincial awareness and strengthen neighborhood spirit. let's look at some of the city's oakland will kick off the night. san francisco has events and richmond police stations as well the south bay redwood city has an event in court house where at
san mateo. >> johannes miserly scheduled to be sentenced november 5th. supporters rallied outside city hall 20 of them marched with signs of one of them was his father who spoke out in public for the first time. he says he's concerned about the upcoming sentencing but appreciates a show of support for his son. >> in california news regulators approved a legally injection who haltedregulators have approved revised lethal injection procedures ordered by a federal judge, who halted capital punishment in the state until prison officials improved the execution process. immediately challenged by a lawsuit that could delay executions even longer. the last california execution occurred in 2006. the new regulations were administrative law on friday and included detailed instructions administer the lethal three-drug cocktail to condemned inmates.
prop. 19 on the november ballot will allow adults to possess 1 oz of marijuana appeared to groups supporting the initiative raise more than $300,000 a and adds more than 160,000 on hand. the main group has nearly $19,000 cash on hand and has raised 41,000. >> pakistan's largest city, see of our arrest dozens of shops set ablaze. prominent lawmakers assassination set off this cycle of revenge attacks in the southern city of karachi. and people have been arrested military troops are on the streets and last check gunfire still being heard and fire still being >> said in karachi> flooding continues in pakistan waters are receding but leaving behind a devastating mass. it could take years to repair all of this damage. as many as 1500 people
taking a look at the 7 day around the bay forecast we have gray skies and fog and drizzle of this morning but we are looking to break through this afternoon high of 89 inland. it is he was hanging over cool temperatures and released back into the 58 to 61 degree range for most of the week. >> concord man has been arrested. arrested sunday night
after allegedly calling the police dispatch center more than 100 times over the weekend. police tried to get the man to stop calling, but he continued to do so. officers identified the caller as frank baldazo and went to his house. once they talked to him, the officers began to suspect baldazo was under the influence of a narcotic. he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs and making a false report of an emergency. baldazo is being held at the martinez detention facility on $5,000 bail. a mandate is under way to hire local public7?÷ for constructios jobs. they want 50% to be residents this conductor report found 24 percent of work hours and 30 public infrastructure projects were going to residents. supervisors says he hopes to introduce legislation next month to record cover c,gv)+pvno carrier
a and think for wanting a look at the weather, at the same old story. >> it is the same old story. more cold temperatures, more clouds more temperature's cooling. the idea that, you can see some of those low clouds, fog this morning and that is in drizzle. continue that cooling trend to get it even a little bit cooler couple of days inn, we'll look at that in a big current in the '50s, a bicycle. 53 redwood city. 59 in mountain view. 55 and fremont and livermore. 10:00 a.m. qiviut in the '60s, '70s we will not hit the 70 degree readings and how we had lunch time. and that
point i will be all yellow and your screen. all of the warmer when we hit our high today at 3-for some eighties to the livermore located by the orange and your screen. maybe squeezing out a 90 degree reading 75 novato. 88 fairfield war there. not so the case in the peninsula. cysteine san bruno 73 in san mateo. almost getting into the '70s is our readings on the other side of the day 67 in berkeley 69 in oakland. 79 in union city keeping those a degree readings in the inland spots. 85 and present in a heated antioch. as we make our way down to the sub bay more '70s and '80s. 81 in campbell 88 in morgan hill. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay.
continued to cool as a maker went to wednesday, thursday by that point are in the spots will be in a low eighties around the bay. by '60s, losec the '70s keeping a very cool in the high 60s low seventies. >> we are tracking three hot spots rain now where things are slow, 580 on the westbound direction fairly typical pattern the heaviest traffic duty of mott and livermore and the west tried breaks up before you get to the dublin and to change those in all is a little heavier. but not hot spot. this is though 800 southbound install on the connector ramp from southbound 800 to westbound 92 backed up that traffic. westbound highway 4 will it is still slowest year for the western red 3 antioch bill will pass as donald sluggish but more so is this out fund to 40 ride and a set down 680 ride heading down to walnut creek with a view
into a double slowing westbound on highway 242 lafayette. continuing to seek preconditions your the bay bridge toll plaza. west from looks good no problems, delays still incidents free on the upper deck. mark. thank you, the big story we're following every san francisco's the employee to pay cut. but not muni. operators are set to receive a nearly 6 percent wage hike even have agreed to pay cuts. the san francisco municipal transit agency board of directors will review the pay increase on tuesday. if approved, the average wage for local 250-a employees, which represents 2,200 muni operators, would go hour. the increase is all but guaranteed because of a provision for transit operators written into the city charter. operator wages are not determined by collective bargaining like every other city union. voters will have the chance to change the wage rules in november through a ballot measure that would open operators' pay to negotiations. here's what some people say about the special provision. >> these are the very best that a coming just like every one of
the day i coming to get their race. >> i do not think it should get a pay raise you look but what they do so far they seem to do in of a job, the issue is that everyone is suffering. why it what makes them any better than anybody else? >> the many operators are said to go from $27.91 an hour to making $29.52 an hour. reporter way that will cause the city about 15-$16 million a year. if you factor in overtime. santa this year, will trent, kron4 news. >> these teacher and the border directors has not yet decided whether not to appeal an injunction that blocks the contracts the agency imposed the judge's ruling is a victory for the workers meaning they get to keep them pay, benefits and go back to their old schedules for now. however we're getting the numbers just in this morning ac
transit says about 150 jurors have called in sick today anyways. the ac transit manses their real losers in this whole thing could wind up being the writers. they say that every week the agency is putting more money without rows in search of a worker's daily chores could be more service cuts. we have made over $9 million worth of administrative cuts. our administration is only 24 percent or budget we cannot go any further without making some other changes. union leaders say that they're willing to make concessions but there will not take about the servers there will do that at the bargaining table knew this morning city of san jose and the firefighters union will continue negotiations this afternoon this is an effort to trend higher early some the 49 firefighters lost their jobs was weekend. the union and the city your schedule to me it to this afternoon to discuss the union's latest proposal which has not been rejected but it has not been accepted the proposal
will include eliminating a demand on the city to dignity no layoffs as well as changing retirement benefits for new hires. cinephile police arrest you for your help and try to find a man who sexually assaulted a woman in a park over the weekend it was around 10:30 p.m. the 24 year-old woman was walking through this area, this is every is parkway at horizons way. was she was a departure is a perch from wind, by a man he had a 94 saturday ground in such a result of our here is awfully tough for a description white or hispanic, 6 ft. tall to hundred 50 pubs, goatee and thick lips. >> we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live look outside from mt. tam about the fog here this morning fog is pretty thick bay area wide.
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has worker opened fire at a beer distributor was among several people killed in that shooting others also wanted one of them critically live video the scene this morning as emergency crews responding investigators say the number of deaths has not been confirmed but we know what happened this morning. 10 mi. east of hartford company officials say their 50-70 people inside during a shift change that's when the shooting happened. they're going to get the boot building to make sure everyone is accounted for. they're also learning that the gunman was a driver would work at the distributor for the past couple years he had been called in this morning for a disciplinary hearing. >> thank you, watching wall street the dow jones industrial average is down 30 points after yesterday's 208 point gain. back orders fell so that means manufacturers are starting to slow down. pending home sales plunged. boeing is now saying that they're going to be moving
to defense programs an expected 550 expending dropped out california and oklahoma city. boeing will move one of its programs the beginning of next year and the other program will move towards the end it doesn't grow boeing officials say the lower operating costs and oklahoma were a factor in the company's decision. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. gear is coming up next on the world according to gary. coming up bridge after the bake in a live look year from the golden up bridge after the bake in a live look year from the golden gate with frog hanging. and they've got extra money in their pocket. those are happy passengers. how much does it cost for those snacks again? nothing. at southwest airlines, when we have a sale, it's a sale. [ male announcer ] southwest airlines has flights starting at $49 one-way. book now only at southwest.com. [ rand ] how can you not want to get on the plane? come on and get on the plane. we're saving you money. now that's a plane full of happy. [ employees ] grab your bag. it's on.
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not that i can see making that phase. >> because i can't listen. >> and i missing something as old line but it's sitting in your dreams. >> the point is, so far it's not bought by but people least one or two people and they say i facebook you back. and then i finally figured out what i've been here for you that that is mario. and did nothing you can do about that but it's okay right people can do that? >> i got a guy, a friend of mine at the radio monitors and. hagar's nothing girders are far, but its opinions on things and things the san the radio. i'm sure that we on there today that gary was new talking to darya. >> but it's not you know. it seems like a daddy left. >> are lisa makes a big deal sheathings is this totally outrageous. >> my thing is a there's nothing that i don't care. >> so far.
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sense any oh my god like zero beaver. >> blasting the my kids really got to roll over was a loser vandross. >> please, don't one of our ever adobe for restored for the tall on. the family that can look its debt is a family that is a tight unit. when they see that of a little heavier than they should be but none the less naked, that confidence the kitchen of the confidence. >> of a weird to see you later. >> i love the view the producer, he called on the call me earlier about. and set a 15 seconds before we go the air 20 seconds would be nice. i decided to keep talking to the music and then show him who's in charge.z he's getting old he needs a little more time to get the phone vito called earlier. >>
new auto sales numbers just crossing wires the last couple minutes general motors as saying its u.s. july sales rose slightly from june. an indication that uneasy consumers are still spending on big-ticket items like cars. of fact all of the makers reporting that july sales today analysts are looking for this month to be one of the year's strongest they warn that shoppers are worried their air. we decided to give you a quick check of were the markets are the dow was up for me down 23 points but off lows. gaining back nearly all of what we lost. hopefully that trend will continue as an mp is down 3 nasdaq 7. climbing towards the plus side. 8:26 a.m. we will take a break kumar with more than just a minute.
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their still on the job of the golden gate to merely make of the bridge there that is in the be the case for the next couple of hours before it starts a live current conditions 52 right now in a war to 59 high as 63 cooling a back down to 56 later on tonight. widespread fraud this residency here are a far darker as a major way to the 10:00 hour started a live slightly clearing up in the north bay, he's been down this up bay center and later on. noontime in tennessee that fraud is sitting of the coastline, might see some sunbreaks. the average school for the most part the early we're in the '50s, 53 redwood city, 57 oakland also 57 and antioch. 60 and san jose lies for today below averages and seeing the rows couple of weeks 77 and petaluma. 70 and 69 in mill valley. down the peninsula keeping a particularly cool. only topping of its 63
incidents as go 73 in san mateo. other side of a '60s, '70s. 68 richmond 74 hayward 35 and union city. in one spot seeing those 80 degree readings propping up. 80 in antioch 87 and could spur down in the south facing some warmer conditions years well. 89 los gatos 88 in morgan hill, 77 santa clara. cool down over the next couple of days you can see that year, here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. wednesday, thursday low 80s inland the high 60's, low seventies around the bay high 50s low 60s of the cows. pumping up a few degrees in temperature as a major way into the weekend blitz over to george for a checked and traffic. >> seeing some improving conditions on the nimitz freeway we've been tracking this as a hot spot this upbound red deer hayward. there was a stall on the connecting ramp from the nimitz on the '92. and that's heading toward the cemetery bridge grayback things up pretty
badly the northbound right has been pretty good southbound past 92 and heading down towards fremont much better than usual. some late delays for highway 24 house for now writing to hotspot was slowing now rid of lafayette's all the way out towards the year-end across roads and then through the caldecott tunnel you will see slow traffic continuing almost down to highway 13. the rest of your 24 ride looks good. the right of the bay bridge toll plaza westbound note from for you here you see smooth conditions of the bay bridge nobody could get might see the second waiver traffic at 10:00 a.m., in the 6:00 a.m. hour it looked like the volume might of been a little higher like we miocene a real commuted the bay bridge but it didn't really materialized. san francisco travel across town phrase for you here a very good ride both inbound and the central and north found on the james lick. no delays is to try to get up
into the city you will find a smooth the commute from hospital for bridge run out to the lower deck >> thank you, muni operators are said to receive nearly 6 percent wage increase. francisco municipal transit agency board of directors will review the pay increase on tuesday. if approved, the employees, which represents 2,200 muni operators, would go from $27.91 an hour to $29.52 an hour. the increase is all but guaranteed because of a provision for transit operators written into the city charter. operator wages are not determined by collective union. voters will have the chance to change the wage rules in november through a ballot operators' pay to negotiations. those two are santa clara 8 and boston. you see the wages for austin and san clara so san francisco with the average of those two areas this morning we spoke a san francisco supervisor about why those concessions were not made already before the ferry's captain perfect. >> the first time because negotiations the second time, it
is unexplainable. i don't think there's anyone who can truly explain why they did what they did i think the voters will express their opinion come november. but in the meantime they will get the raise is to come up with the money as? that is exactly right. we do have the money or we have the money as a result of cutting service by 10 percent. this hopefully will be the last year we have to do that. these a the writers are going to notice is? no question about it. i think writers are have had to implement this had a couple months ago to prepare to start saving the money to pay this bill. see riser else for discovering signatures and now voters will have the chance to change the rate rose in november to a ballot measure that would open the operators paid to negotiations and of the big story today about 150 ac transit drivers are out sick, this even after a judge ruled for workers say they get to keep their pay and benefits and go back to
yield schedules for now the meantime a xebec transport drivers are has not decided whether it will appeal that ruling. we have some writers have the morning commute has been going torchmark on the 518 i had to come in on the w. >> why? >> because the 51 a had been canceled due to >> schedule stop> i live in el camino. >> is the frustrating? >> the little bit. >> great and getting tired of this? >> very tired. thank you. >> musses have all been reliable in the weeks. the ride this morning is fine, maybe one in two buses rental late but nothing major. >> did you get a temporary solution? >> yes. the great for them. another big fan of strikes, but
some people think they're necessary. >> he and leaders say that they're willing to make concessions but they're not gonna talk about this the cervix and tell they are at the bargaining table. the city of san jose in the firefighters' union are continue negotiations this afternoon in an effort to require at least some of the 49 firefighters who have lost their jobs was weekend. the union, the city are said to me that 2:00 p.m. to talk about the union's latest proposal which the city has not rejected or accepted the proposal includes eliminating a demand on the city to guarantee no fire for layoffs as well as changing retirement benefits for new hires into strands of trees elementary school or private school officials to change state law and force the school district to install fire sprinklers and automatic fire detectors when a remodeled schools. this after the fire at trees that destroyed a big for the school last month the parents would like to amend as a lot and forced the district to
enforce. regardless of the projects funding source. bp engineers in the gulf of mexico plan to run a key test this is the first set towards putting a permit stranglehold on the loan of oil well they will test the blood for renters. this is a live a mile undersea they will determine whether not it can handle the ceiling a process if that works engineers plan to start and a procedure their callings that killed. weaver but crawford to is minor works crews are barred from the mud down into the well view of the containment cap then there will watch the press are readings as the mother is in it the pressure holds they will pump cement in next. that was still well up from the top. that lead atop kill. the final step will be the bottom still that will involve pumping mud and cement to the relief wells into the reservoirs for months. will fall the latest procedures and hope that it tilts toward today. tropical storm column has formed out in
the event that forecasters are watching at the track rain now takes up the bid succeed or rather in the gulf of mexico. the national hurricane center's planning with the 40 mi. per hour. some additional strengthening is expected to. >> national news the senate is starting debate supporters and opponents of supreme court nominee elena kagan are getting their final say on the senate floor, although she seems a safe bet for confirmation. the decisive vote is all but assured by week's end for president barack obama's nominee. nearly all democrats and a handful of gop senators are expected to vote for her, but the two parties are deeply divided over her qualifications. kagan is in line to succeed retired justice john paul stevens and become the court's fourth woman. most republicans say she is unfit, because she does not have enough experience as a judge. >> toyota motor knew of at least incidents as early as
2003, including some that were verified by its own technicians and dealers, according to court documents filed monday as part of sprawling litigation against the japanese automaker. hundreds in a statement, toyota said it looked forward to defending the shiny cadillac escalade suv is once again the vehicle voted most likely to be stolen, according to an insurance industry group. the f-250 crew cab pickup, infiniti g37 two- door car, dodge charger with its high-power hemi engine and chevrolet corvette z06 round out the list of the top five vehicles most likely to be the subject of insurance theft claims. >> eight women as artist and $100 million of our own money in a quest to become california's governor easily surpassing the previous record. $91 million the
was that was for on monday. women raised about 3.3 million from outside sources during a six week period ending june. while her opponent jerry brown raised precisely more than 24 6 million. her campaign has about 10.3 million in the bank brown says he's about 23 amendments johnson and he spent a hundred and 31,000 during the six weeks. make women spend 20 million. money does not seem to be a problem so far in san francisco mayor gavin newsom bid to unseat able maldonado. campaign finance just released show mr. newsom has a 21 fund-raising advantage. newsom has raised more than $1.4 million for his campaign. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live look outside, at our mountain dam jam which is above the clouds you can see out that there this morning will be right back.
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watching wall street turnaround the dow was down 35 points right now flat at 10,672 after yesterday's tender a point game. police arrested 12 year-old oakland boy on suspicion of driving a stolen car on friday the sheriff's department got carte all about as mr. sklar rocking a driveway when they got there they saw the car leaving the area they check did and it was stolen from alza readout they tried to pull it over, the boy who was driving did not stop he led them on a short chase, when he finally did stop to get out of the car and tried to run. deputies were able to detain him he was arrested on suspicion of stealing the car, evading these and possession of stolen property. >> watching the fog here on the bay area pretty thick this morning a live look at san
welcome back, we want to get a christine get elected the weather and sea would things will clear up. >> if at all is the question here and walnut creek it's looking pretty good, a live of sunshine spilling in although we are seeing widespread fraud and other places. currently 56 and won the creek war made up to 73 by noontime a high of 84 action pretty warm their prey back down to 66 later on tonight. a couple days on our here is a look at your 7 day around the bay.. you can see we're are trickling of the next couple of days by the timing at their day's low 80s. only making it the high sixties around the bay and at the close on the mckay drive fifties is our reciprocal the next couple of days to defy any of widespread fraud by the time is 10:00 a.m. there is some of the fog lifts. clearing in the north bay also in the east bay and sudbury. fog is still sitting or
the coast and ash treasury the bay itself by noontime the far distance along the coastline. cool temperatures. 54 record. and in san francisco. 56 and livermore, 60 san jose. highs are below average, 77 petaluma, 77 fell, cooler temperatures here 58 ocean beach, 76 him a day about 77 employees out so. '60s, '70s. 73 san leandro. 76 as a major way further down cell. 84 in danville and walnut creek 85 pleasanton 90 and livermore. mores and the south bay 89 los gatos. 80 in san jose and 79 in milpitas. cooling over the next few days and as a
maker wins the weekend we're going to bump of a few degrees of temperature season mostly clear conditions. check and traffic george. all of your the bay bridge in the westbound ride not because of the hot spot but because for the first time this morning in in just a matter of a few minutes a back up record your i just checked the logs look did a few other sources i cannot find any record of an incident but there's gotta be something going on the bridge. the main effort is mentioned before that it seems as though there's a different policy for the bridge, they seem to be getting incidents that do not reported stalls is sometimes do not make it to the chp logs, clearly i think something has happened on the upper deck to account for this backup again it is not roebuck but it is the first one of the morning in a matter of 10 minutes we see a jump from nobody dared to the middle of these parking lot we will keep investigating and
seeing if we can figure out what occurred on the upper deck to account for the sudden delay. the other hot spots your tracking and the nimitz freeway with the northbound right to oakland. getting slow now heavy traffic coming out of san leandro. this slows traffic is rich in the coliseum and 23rd, 24 in the wake of earlier occuring problems is still slow. getting both out of law by ed and sherry in the lafayette are it in during the periods and then all the way down to the crowd got tunnel you will see some slow going for the westbound ride heavy right into rock bridge for the commute. darya. >> thank you, news this morning do not be alarmed if you see flames or smoke as you drive during gunny today or tomorrow and thursday, the rank and i fired a farm and is conducting a controlled burn east a point reyes station and set up for a raise petaluma road between in the morning into in the afternoon tomorrow and thursday the byrne is meant to
non made of an increase of. training of virginities. world news that we're falling pakistan's largest city has become a see a run rest of the dozens of vehicles are set on fire in the sheet stocks of the ball is our world after 37 shooting deaths a prominent lawmakers assassination in a mosque some of the cycle of revenge attacks. at least 10 people have been arrested police, military have been out in the streets and gunfire has been heard in the streets fires are still being said. the flood catastrophe continues in northwestern pakistan waters are finally starting to receive as you can see here but the devastation behind here could last for years. just listen to some of the starting numbers coming in 1500 people may be dead. 100,000 people or is there disease and nearly a million others have lost all to the high waters the united states is for writing $10 million in emergency aid. in california news
regulators have approved every dog ride still lethal injection procedures halted capital punishment in the improved the execution process. immediately challenged by a lawsuit that could delay executions even longer. the last california execution occurred in 2006. the new regulations were administrative law on friday and included detailed instructions administer the lethal three- drugsupporters of a ballot initiative seeking to legalize recreational use of marijuana in california have raised more money than their opponents, even as the proposition is struggling to gain favor. proposition 19 on the november ballot would allow adults to possess up to one ounce of marijuana and local governments to tax its sales. two groups supporting the initiative raised more than $316,000 between april 1 and june 30 and have nearly $162,000 cash on hand, according to the initiative has nearly more voters opposing the initiative than supporting it.
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and we're back, this is santa kron4 now cestas announce a discovered the sun is a rugged sunday morning and blasting a ton of five mar way a lot of time as the atoms of the solar storm basically it is headed to is expected to reach earth by tonight they do expect there'd be a fantastic " show for your borealis which may be visible as far sell as washington state. but there is a chance that a co- worker summer or satellites. they're keeping an eye on that kind of answer single slightest arafat expected to reach earth tonight. enter berkeley and at the satellites that spotted is one of the one that's operated by the folks over there and a certain assets. many cities around the bay area is is searching national night out party is there aimed at raising crime-prevention and drink the neighborhoods. let's take a look of some of the city's bridges
spanning san francisco has been scheduled of the tenderloin children's parade route. richmond and in will side police stations. oakland will kick up the night with mayor ron dellums and other city officials said the drop was a, redwood city has ever read in court rask rare. sand monday as 35 block party schedule. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. . our live look gets i fromentin can getting above the clouds but it is roughly double of gray even this morning.
a minute before 9:00 a.m. the top stories at this hour despite budget problems and service cuts san francisco muni drivers are getting a pay raise today. a big win for ac transit travers after a judge rules in favor of an injunction blocking the new contract was imposed on them. will service back to normal? we will find out. >> firefighters union agreed to
fight to return to that the union. louisa has more on the forecast. >> not go where seeing plenty of fun once again he was stopped in with low cloud cover once again the windshield wipers are probably going at some point during the morning we are seeing below average temperatures as we head towards the afternoon as we head toward start cooling trend. san francisco we're pushing 53 degrees, high- temperature 58 no weight vessel. redder and 808 concord could further and the indigo the warmer it gets. we're going to continue to search a warm-up. 52
and david his gun at them they. to 57 per oakland, concord, fairfield and hayward. 60 mountain view and san jose. your afternoon highs 70 degrees and santa rosa, 88 fairfield, 69 mill valley, 77 and petaluma. redwood city is topping out in the mid-70s. savvy in the mid- 60s oakland, berkeley mid-70s and of course further inland to sell the warmer it is going to get. 18 antioch, below the mid '80s really do the same room bali. then into the santa clara valley futures and the uppers. 88 for morgan hill. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. clearly shows that school that is kicking in for tomorrow and that continues right here thursday, friday do not expect the fog to go anywhere over the next couple of days listed check on your morning to you with george. >> even with this light is the
traffic has been a debate bridge all it took was one stall and it was reagan and the islands for both 15 minutes of the solitude but the traffic to which it is 3 now. the westbound i did this backed up to the end of the east parking lot. it has been a late morning with no backup, and no delays even and minimum contract traded as early as 6:30 a.m. rain now is he see the traffic is still sluggish from the end of these parking lot this first or crossing. otherwise it would be an easy ride on the bridge the stall is long gone, tracking a double faults but still the right and 800 northbound which has not really improved in the last 15 minutes in fact it is getting a little worse, a little heavier. that is not unusual delays on the nimitz and the 9:00 a.m. hour are pretty common. this is not very common delays on highway 24 westbound, a couple earlier reoccurring accidents have left it slows
still from lafayette although it is the caldecott tunnel and a bit beyond for the westbound to four right. through the maze you will find that is a pretty easy commute. 580 is clearing out so as highway 4 in the westbound direction. mark. >> a 24-year-old terra linda woman was sexually assaulted as she walked home from home from work sunday night. the attack happened at about 10:30 p.m. in munson park, on manuel t. freitas parkway near las gallinas avenue in terra linda. the male suspect approached the woman from behind with a knife, forced her to the ground and sexually assaulted her. the or hispanic male about 6 feet tall and weighing 250 pounds. he has a goatee and thick lips. jenny is now on the phone is our were barker with the san as a police department you have any new details were crushed mark >> no not at this point, we are still investigating the leads we developed on the first day of the case. really we're asking for the public's help to help call as if they were in the area and saw something, i heard
something that maybe did not mean anything to them at the time but now on the context of what occurred then it might be important to the case. >> in the meantime to extra patrols out? >> we have officers working that area on a re your 24-hour basis, there will also have detectives that were in the area your state during daylight hours doing a very thorough evidence search. contacting neighbors door-to-door canvass. >> in the meantime would be advisable the use of car? >> well, in any kind of situation we will always be aware of their surroundings. take precaution anytime, day or night they should be careful. when there and about. if anyone is out, alone in the evening and feels trend that they call 91 or go to a business. feel free to call us, or down on one.
>> thank you, you saw the suspect description there which is out there on the screen. >> and of the big story that we're falling to help balance a 483 million but deficit all said a sister city employes have agreed to take a pay cut. but not muni instead, san francisco public transit operators are set to receive a nearly 6 percent wage hike even converse will trent was as wide. >> the increase will reportedly caused the city's 15 to $16 million every year that is including overtime, even though the city is struggling financially there's a special provision in the city charter firm from years ago there requires them to give them the pay increase. i spoke to muni driver this morning in here's what she had to say about the number of lay she did not want i did thousand dollars a month for health insurance. so you're
entitled to that? >> at $57,000 a year for house care. for me my three children. >> do anything to say to the other employes to debate that? >> apologize. it is u.s. say they get. but i live from paycheck to paycheck. a thousand dollars out of each paycheck a month is really hurting me. i'm struggling. z that's a myth about your main drivers megillah money. we make a lot, " also attacks the lot. we had to bail us out. >> for of the insurance and other things too. >> the muni operators are said to make $29.52 per hour an increase of a $61 an hour. reporting from san francisco i am will tran from kron4 news. >> and of the big story that we're falling say about 150 ac transit driver of set this even after a judge ruled for the
workers say they get to keep their pay, benefits and go back to their own schedules for now. these he transborder directors have not yet decided whether not to appeal a did his ruling the chance of general manager says the real losers could be the riders every week the agency is the more money without rows concessions from workers agencies is the only jurors could be to get service. the city of san jose and the firefighters union are continuing negotiations as afternoon in an effort to rehire place among the 49 firefighters who lost their jobs once again the union in the city are said to me that 2:00 today to discuss the union's latest proposal which the city has either rejected or except that this point that proposal includes eliminating a demand on the city to guarantee no firefighter layoffs as well as changing retirement benefits for new hires we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live the outside, from mount tam waiting for the clock to the flawed to r
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people way from the housing market factory orders and those applied in june for a second straight month that is the second sign that manufacturing is slow. boeing says its and a move to defense programs and an expected 550 engineering job from california to of promise in the next two years. it will move one of its programs at the beginning of 2011 the other will move towards the end of 2012,
the officials say the lower operating costs and oklahoma were a factor in the company's decision. mexicana airlines cancelled some flights from bay area airports. just last survey the airlines canceled its five from san jose and over the weekend dropped one of the two flights to or fall as well oakland airport has also lost a season of three times a week the airline also canceled its daily flight from us about to guadalajara. the allies as the reason for the cancellation is a result of the opera's original needs. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. . watching the weather outside fog is really thick and down on the stand. visibility is down
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brought jerry brown reportedly raised slightly more than 2.6 million her campaign is about 10.3 million in the bank brown says he has 23 million cash on hand and spent just hundred and 31,000 during the six retired women says she spent 20 million. money does not seem to be a from severance san francisco americanisms bid to unseat republican able to will not go. campaign finance documents just a national news them with a two- one funding advantage newsom has raised more than $1.4 million for his campaign as a june 30th. california >> campaign watchdog agency is considering how bewrayed relate political appears to come into tweet and status updates as was campaign fires. a report by the fair bullet or practices just released as paid advertising on the internet should be subject to the same disclosure rules as political as the voters see on tv. it will be considered an
orchestra of meaning. >> let's to look at the weather. and if they would clear up, in some cases you'll see a fog of date. >> absolutely. a special along the coastline will continue to see the fog, here's a shot from mt. tam you can see the camera peering down on mountain and it is a little warm, in fact we're on the about 50 degrees and senate fell. by noon time getting up to about 67 high- temperature about 70 back down to the upper 60s by a clock. elsewhere for the most part we're still in the '50s starting to see if you '60s. san jose upper 50s into los gatos mid-50s the livermore valley in 57 for oakland, concord and in hayward. i attended the next hour will continue to see '50s, '60s out there by noon time notice of this yellow that left mr. the some 70 said that forming up into the afternoon notice of this red to the central valley we could see some spilling over into our area. livermore 90
degrees today. the upper seventies to santa rosa. 75 degrees in nevada upper 60s their mill valley. 63 degrees and standards as their, the ocean beach at 58. san mateo 73 degrees. through hayward, union city mid-70s. 73 for castro valley. over to a simmer on but temperatures are in the mid-80s and might even get up to 88 in inactivate 90 degrees and livermore. set the upper '70's. 84 san jose. the bradys in los gatos. morgan hill. the pattern over this next week is going to be a cool down so we're going to continue to see this debitors: offer the next couple of days. well below average keeping that fog around in the morning hours. check on your tuesday morning to meet with george. >> of hot rods, cooling down. the ride on westbound to for a
big improvement here let us take a closer look to the right of lafayette, it is no longer backed up there is only a little slowing during that on your ride towards the caldecott tunnel. their conditions for this ride at least though the ride on interstate 800 has not seen much improvement or least as much improvement is still sluggish from about 98 avenue up towards 23rd. the back up had reached all the way to san leandro and no longer. but through the heart of the wallets the slowest it is still pretty much the same conditions. the bay bridge tunnel was downright big improvement there things backed up for a while to the oakland army base over crossing but it has cleared out now as you head towards the upper deck one stalled that is what created the back up for about 40 minutes. friday san jose, 101 still very light even with the metering lights turned off on the
connecting ramp no back up on the bayshore freeway northbound a much lighter than usual ride as you head toward santa clara on 101. mark. >> johannes mehserle the man found guilty of schedule to be sentenced on november 5th, yesterday's supporters rallied outside san jose city hall about 20 people marched with signs one of them was pop johannes mehserle father was spoken in public for the first time he says he is concerned about the upcoming sentence but appreciates the show support for a son. >> california is moving, and a democrat rule continues to grow. the number of cases this year have climbed to nearly 2206 times the number of cases from the same period last year 77 dividend statewide from the disease california is on pace to have the most cases and of reported a more than half a century. marin county has one of the highest rates take a look, gender and 38 will bring fraud
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what to the area weather saliva on that side from san francisco and the golden gate on the left san jose where it appears the sunshine is trying to break through the fog on the right let us get the latest on the forecast for your neighborhood. >> we're gonna go ahead and take a look at five downtown you can
see the well solute los ceiling heights the fog is dipping down to the buildings downtown. dealing with fog all morning very similar to what was i yesterday of a lot of this fraud is producing a little bit of drizzle. as we head into the afternoon we will keep below average temperatures are wet around the cooling trend is expected to continue. here's a look rain after temperatures and san francisco noontime we'll get into the upper 50s had to daly about 63 which is-a little warmer than yesterday: not to about 58 degrees as we head towards the the clock tower. san jose high temperature 80 degrees, concord 86. the further inland mayor cdc little bit warmer. 52 san francisco 55 redwood city from the 57 for oakland, hayward and the 50 degree temperatures down and the south bay. 64 monday and handed to san jose. and next our 50s, 60s by noon seeing a few seventies making their way into
the area. as we head towards iraq denies 3-4:00 notice the central valley all of the red in the kids and nineties looks like we might see if you spilling over into our area do not be surprised if we get a 90 degree reading today for livermore. the upper seventies for santa rosa. it's about 70 degrees in cinephile today 75 novato. down along the peninsula 68 for san bruno. san mateo 73, mid-70s for redwood city. upper 60s and berkeley, oakland. of course of further and then we go out are quite a bit of what we see. 84 for san ramon, 19 livermore 80 degrees in antioch. some of bay, upper '70's for santa clara 80 degrees in san jose. toman if you think today's cold rolled even cooler, same goes for the next day so we'll continue with the cooling patterned red on to the rest of your work week also
continued the morning fog. george. >> continued heavy traffic free hot spot the nimitz freeway 800 northbound, the right as you had to the coliseum get smaller, slower. the slow traffic is concentrated were the back up extended from san leandro up to 980 now extends mostly from the coliseum up george high street, that's for the heaviest traffic is the signal when near the end of the back up for this ride, for highway 24 we have seen a big improvement no. so what of lafayette, just heavy from the render crossroads out towards the caldecott tunnel and then remaining heavy out toward highway 13 on the gross chapter freeway once through the caldecott tunnel. a live camera look at the creek in just a moment first to reject the bay bridge, you will see that the ride is much improved westbound, it had been backed up almost the end of the east parking lot because it was all that occurred in the the clock tower the stall is long gone and now so was a back up. the cement to the view
of our live camera in the creek, here it is against exceeds your traffic this is northbound heading up to 24 no back up, no delay one day and 50 will see so traffic there. said don rutledge is the commute direction is not deleted all leading down to a corner road in alamo. mark. >> thank you, another big story that we're falling debris hundred and 50 see transit driver's reportedly have called in sick this even after a judge ruled for the workers say they get to keep their pay, benefits and go back to their own schedules. in all the ac transit board of directors has not yet decided whether not their right to appeal the judge's ruling during his reign now is ac transit driver spokesperson claudia hutton good morning. >> good morning. >> so what is the latest today, we had reports that 150 members of the union are the six days that are torchmark >> this is what i have done i have called each division this morning at of the seminary division six drivers called in
sick today. which is someone alibi, but normal. z hayward three drivers called in sick emeryville three drivers. and that of richmond through the rest. even though ac transit has been ordered by the court to return back to the old schedule they have not yet done that. ac transit needs to tell the public the truth they never got enough work force to cover the new routes. until ac transit goes back to the old way, there is going to be problems. it is not the fact that we are on a sickout. we're working, we're doing the best we can with what ac transit has given us. >> have been towed to when they're putting everyone back on their own schedules? ac transit still has not done anything. i was at the board meeting last
night asking them to come back to the table to negotiate. today is 35, hopefully they will not take the condition against the judge like they've taken the position against contract negotiation. >> was you we're assuming since the judge put an injunction in place that you would be back on your regular schedules which year-old pay today. >> we had this is the initial bout pay this been an issue about the way ac transit created a new way of putting servers on the street. >> it does not work when you're not worried about the. >> you feel is to jettison the schedule and purpose? in a way discredit your union? >> this is what i believe, i believe the days to transit is the tried to experiment with the service. >> ok. >> i don't think i have never
experienced people. what they need to do is tell the truth. the public the truth. >> we appreciate coming on with your side of the story claudia hutton union spokesperson in the dispute with the ac transit agency which is far from claudia that they have not reverted back to the old schedule. so there is a possibility of delays we're getting dispute between ac transit's and 150 drivers. claudia is saying a few dozen. >> we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments 0 before that said muni workers are expected to receive any aid san francisco public transit pay hike. operators are set to receive a nearly 6 percent wage hike even have agreed to pay cuts. the san francisco municipal transit agency board of directors will review the pay increase on tuesday. if approved, the average wage for local 250-a employees, which represents 2,200 muni operators, would go from $27.91 an hour to $29.52 an hour. the increase is all but guaranteed because of a provision for transit operators written into the city charter. operator wages are not determined by collective bargaining like every other city union. voters will have the chance to change the wage rules
in november through a ballot measure that would open operators' pay to negotiations. the to i s will be santa clara and boston so munis will be the average of those two. we spoke with white concessions were not able to be made. >> you might be able to explain the first time because they were just negotiations. the second time, is undefinable. i do not think there's anyone who can totally explain why they did what they did. i think the voters will express their opinions count november. >> but in the meantime they will get the raise and your act of the money? >> that's exactly right. we do have the money, we have the money as a result of cutting service by 10 percent. hopefully this will be the last year the we have to do that. >> cc the writers are going to notice us? >> no question about this, i think writers 30 have. we had to implement this had a couple months ago so we were prepared to start saving money to dispel. >> voters will have the chance to change the wage rose in
the meeting is set for 2:00 p.m. >> no word on how many people who were killed at a beer distributors. a warehouse driver who ripped up was asked to resign and refused his then fired the gun man and several other people are dead and others are wounded. >> over cows conditions once again those ceiling heights lifting of that san jose getting more from them we actually saw yesterday in fact we saw a drizzle prod-pñced by the fog in añno carrierringconnecté÷úñno g no carrier ring no carrier ring
don't be alarmed if you see if fire and flames they are having a controlled burn south point reyes the low road it's good between eight in the morning to in the afternoon tomorrow and thursday the earnest men to remove non native reservation. >> police arrest the 12 year- old. on suspicion of driving a stolen car he put up a fight actually the head of chase to get him friday they got the call about this this suspicious car and san leandro when they got there the car pulled away they checked it had been stolen so they're trying to pull it over the boy it won't stop with him on the pursuit when the
violence stops he gets out of the cart and tries to take off. he was arrested on suspicion of stealing a car in evading police. >> posting an national lead out raising crime prevention awareness and strengthening the spirit this is some of the cities participating san francisco at the tenderloin and playground and at the station oakland will kick off the night with the mayor and other officials at city hall plaza redwood city has an event on a court house where. >> 955 right now no matter how many signs you put up they ignore them when they come to driving stanley roberts takes a look at some close drivers. >> let's watch the driver of the blue out bay there actually to people in the car. by making that point for reason. the two are in the carpool lanes to the
bay bridge. this land requires 3 so they back up and head into a parking lot. all come back to them in a moment. this is brian street in san francisco between the hours of 3:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. this trip is carvel. each have three passengers in the vehicle and much of the two- seater what happens is drivers ignore the suns when they make it to the on ramp to make a u- turn illegally. like the star, and the server and his driver except she gets out and talks to me. >> are you with the affirmative traffic. it's crazy here are you going to report there's no. there's no sign that it's bridge only. because i came up here thinking i get off.
>> was almost right she was a sign that said no access to second street. back to the blue out there were so worried i was a cop they sat there. all the while asking me for my badge number. then finally they had on their way. the entire bryant street approach is car pulled you could be subject to a fine. this all could be avoided if you do one simple thing read the signs. stanley roberts to kron 4 news >> stanley may look cute make you look funny but he won't rest >> stanley may look cute make you look funny but he won't rest of. will your
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about it. a big win for ac transit in favor of an injunction so the new contract is not supposed to be enforced. >> then as a and firefighter union returns to the bargaining today to bring back some of the recently laid off firefighters. we will start with bay area weather allowed look over san francisco the thick fog starting to lift. >> we are seeing the fog live here at the golden gate you can see a bit of the bridge scene of fog left cold temperatures below average for the summertime the cooling trend will continue the next couple days taking a look in a few days starting to see left compared to earlier sitting over the bed pushing through the golden gate and along the coast by noontime peeling back to the coast seeing some sun breaks for
the most part cold temperatures today 54 half moon bay 57 redwood city 62 los gatos and 69 in antioch pushing 70 there. future cast shows us '50s and '60s at this point more widespread '70s by the time a new highs today more eighties inland and son jose not going to see in the '90s may be alone 90 in inland spots eyes averted a san rafael 70 novato 7588 in fairfield down the peninsula cooler temperature 58 in ocean beach the g-7 sorry 75 redwood city. the other side of the bay 73 percent leandro 75 union city we're seeing more as we move inland 85 pleasanton 88 in
antioch. down in the south bay '70s and '80s here 76 in cupertino 80 san jose 88 morgan help. continuing cooling over the next budget time we hit 30 thursday high 60s low seventies around the bay high 50s low 60s around the coast with the pomp and temperature for your weekend. >> right now it's about the nimitz freeway just as things were clearing of another accident jamming up the traffic now in both directions right around 66 just north of the coliseum fast lane is blocked in each direction with an injury accident. one of the vehicles attending to the crash. that is why things are bodley backed up in both directions if you have to get to the oakland airport save yourself time by using 580 over the 98 avenue in cutting across that way rather than
getting on the nimitz freeway otherwise an extra 10 minutes of free drive to the oakland airport traffic will be slow with your coming out of san leandro or downtown oakland, berkeley or even san francisco. the bay bridge toll plaza read on 80 westbound the back up has cleared up no second wave here of cars coming in at 10:00. toll dropped to $4 starting at 10. in the south bay of very unusually light ride on 1 01 northbound didn't really see a back up or really on guadalupe parkway. or connects with the bay shore it often backs up to san jose airport this morning no back up or delayed. let's go to the news room now. >> breaking news 11 year-old girl is dead a 13 year-old in
critical condition after is dabbling in palmdale. this is following this car i will explain that the moment. the stabbing have been the route simplified this morning details then. the 11 year-old girl died of for stab wound to the 13 year-old is hospitalized in critical condition. sure officials have detained a young boy he that is who we believe is being transported in this vehicle. he is described as a young boy. we will have to wait and see what comes out of this. >> this crossing the wire update from connecticut officials are saying nine people were killed in the shooting at a beer distributor. in manchester connecticut one of them dead is the shooter appeared aware house driver was asked to resign he refused an open fire. 50-70 people in the warehouse because
sheriffs were changing. the gun man was killed eight others also were killed. >> another big store we are following out of balance the budget sampras's view it has taken a pay cut but not many is said the agency will then appear rage the many pay increase will cost the city 15-$16 million every year that includes overtime. even though the city is struggling there is a special provision in the city charter for from years ago there requires to give them the pay increase. i spoke to a driver this morning this is what she had to say about the bomb been paid. she did not want a short face on camera. i pay $1,000 a month for health insurance. so i'm entitled i pay $10,000 a
year for health insurance. for me my three children. do have something to say to the other employees who took pay cuts. i apologize. because you guys had to take a pickup but i live from paycheck to paycheck $1,000 out of each paycheck a month is hurting me. i'm struggling. it's a myth that many drivers make a lot of money. we make a lot about with get taxed a lot. we have to pay a lot out as well. >> for help since our insurance >> and other things too. >> they are said to make $29.52. reporting from san francisco will tran kron 4 news. >> according to a.c. transit 150 drivers called in sick today but the union says it is a lot
lower. this happening after the judge rules for the workers saying they have to keep the pay and benefits and the back to the schedules for now. ac transit has not yet decided whether their boy to appeal the ruling. ac transit says the real losers are the writers. the agency's leading more money without concessions from workers they say they're only choices service cuts. we spoke to riders this morning to give a reaction. >> no problem whatsoever ride. >> have been noticed any problems >> yes i have actually yesterday they came by a lot of bosses have been late and drivers not showing up. it has been inconvenienced. i think a lot of times they think they're hurting the management but really they hurt people who ride the bus every day. world trying to do our jobs support the community by working. >> any problems today.
>> there are actually on time. >> did you notice problems >> they have been canceling riots in the afternoons. not so much trouble in the morning. >> so good news they may actually have a temporary fix to this. >> that would be great news fantastic it would allow me to plan better in the afternoon. >> union leader said it will make concessions but the one speaks specifics. she said ac transit drivers are not back on the road schedule ship. we will be right back.
this industrial average down 33.3 now after the 208 point gain in factory orders fell indicate slowing in manufacturing and in home sales plunged as well so numbers are lower. >> finally starting to see fog lifts still seeing chilly weather out there a live shot of the bay bridge you can see the low clouds the below average temperatures continue for the next couple of days currently 57 in oakland 63 by noon high 69
cooling it back down to 64 later on this evening. taking a look at the fog you concede lifting significantly compared to earlier this morning sitting over the bay and in the coastline. by the timely and it we will see it sitting along the coast. for the most part cool conditions today your current temperatures '50s and '60s 57 road would city 60 mt. view 61 in fremont and san jose almost 70 degrees in the antioch. your eyes for today some '70s and '80s may be squeezing out 90 degree reading. 70 and san rafael 69 mill valley down and the peninsula '60s and '70s here. 63¢ francisco 75 redwood city offer on the other side similar tempters 73 san leandro 75 union city courses we make our way inland we will warming up 88 in antioch 90 livermore 85
pleasanton 84 san ramon 84 danville. south bay '70s and '80s as well 81 in campbell 80 san jose 88 more been held. over the next few days staying cool down as you can see by the time we hit thursday inland spots will be in the low eighties around the bay will be in the high 60s low seventies. we will bump up a few degrees of temperature making their way into the weekend. let's go to george with traffic >> big delays sun adds freeway 80 northbound and southbound right at 66 an accident that block the fast lane in both directions still tying up the commute north northbound and southbound. this slows traffic is now on the south outside coming past 23rd and heading beyond '98 avenue whistling in the northbound direction just to 66 and once pass that it's an easy ride into downtown. you're
right on highway 80 heading to the bay bridge no problems here for the west bound ride we did see a slight russian traffic right at the 10:00 hour it didn't account for back up westbound so you'll still see it easy trip here as well as through what a creep on interstate 680 + north and southbound traffic moves very well with no problems getting in and narrowed of walnut creek or heading into the san ramon valley drive down to danville looks like a good one as well. all in all not bad morning the only labor problems have been 24 that has cleared up in still with the slow traffic on oakland pass the coliseum. >> 1018 right now decision 2010 make whitman has been nearly $100 million in your quest to become governor easily surpassing the previous record 91 million of that is her own money. she raised 3.3 million
outside sources during the six week period ended june 30th as well our opponent jerry brown raise slightly more than 2.6 million her campaign has 10.3 million in the bank brown says he has 23 million on hand and spent $131 women's says she spent 20 million. money doesn't seem to a problem in mayor gavin nuisance bid campaign finance documents show in new some has a 2-1 fund-raising advantage he has raised more than 1.4 million as of june 30th. >> campaign watchdog agency considering political appeals are report by the fair political practices saying paid
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nice inland today '70s along the bay '60s the coast morning fog and sunshine the weather and pattern stays in place cooling down a few degrees as we head towards weekend. >> the other players as far this note he says he won't be returning to minnesota. it is not official. he called the coach to say his ankle is not responding as well as rehab in surgery as he hoped. fifth >> a quick break and we will starting to get sunshine like traffic on 680 right
are seeing drizzle produced from the fog also below average temperatures today cooling continues for the rest of the work week. fog trucker for which is set for 10:00 hour the fog hanging and thick along the coast and on the peninsula by about 12:00 it will start to fall back but remain along the coast. temperatures are mix of '50s and '60s 58 for oakland 61 concord 64 mountainous 61 for san jose temperatures topping out into the '70s and '80s and north bay a still noma 88 fairfield as we head along the peninsula 63 san francisco opera 60s along the coast as we go across to the space '60s and '70s 73 sally and drop 74 hayward 73 castro valley '70s
inland spots 8687 pittsburgh 84 day and fell 94 livermore back down into the south bay '70s and '80s 81 campbell 89 los gatos. your 7 day around the bay: will continue as we head into the work week with widespread fog thursday and friday things will clear up as we head into the weekend '80s inland '70s along the banks 60s along the coast. >> nimitz freeway we are still jim up things are getting worse not better even though the accident are clear from lanes northbound and southbound approaching the coliseum is backed up be on 98th in the northbound backed up in the downtown on the set aside getting to the oakland airport getting give yourself a 10-15 minutes or take interstate 580 save yourself some time. from here let's take you to the bay
bridge for look at your commute westbound a bit of a back up on my right side for cash customers more traffic than we actually saw during the better part of the commute. but for this call at 810. you're right through same francisco picking up a live camera along the james lick freeway smooth route sorry smaller ride on all routes in down central no problems getting off to ninth street no problems heading to the lower deck looks good. 1031 looks good kron 4 newsroom with james. >> more news on a breaking story we following out of southern california a 11 year-old girl is dead 13 year-old boy in critical condition after stabbing in palmdale. this is video of the suspect being escorted to the local jail it was reported that some 45 this morning details than here we are trying to get as much as we can fire officials
have confirmed 11 year-old girl died of stab wounds 13 year-old victim is hospitalized in critical condition undergoing surgery at this minute as you can see they have detained a young male they haven't told us anything about that person but we have them following them as it finally arrives at the jail. you see him escorting the suspect in for processing this is we find out more give you an update on that. >> 1032 just crossing wires officials are now saying nine people were killed in the shooting at a beer distributor and connective. this is the please respond to it. a warehouse driver was asked to resign refused in an open fire he is one of the nine killed. 50-70 people were in our house
at the time because the shift change. >> 150 ac transit's 0 sec the union says it's significantly lower. this after the judge ruled for the workers and a back to their world schedules for now the union says they have not gone back to their scheduled jet meanwhile ac board of directors has not decided to appeal the ruling. >> 1033 rain now big store were following the operators operators are set to receive a as all other city worker unions francisco municipal transit agency board of directors will review the pay increase on tuesday. if approved, the average wage for local 250-a employees, which represents 2,200 muni operators, would go from $27.91 an hour to $29.52 an hour. the increase is all but guaranteed because of a provision for transit operators written into the city charter. operator wages are not determined by collective bargaining like every other city union. voters will have the chance to change the wage rules in november through a ballot measure that would open operators' pay to negotiations. did to his highest agency is set a clara as well as boston.
earlier this morning we spoke to supervisor sean about why concessions were not able to be made. >> you might be able to explain the first time fighting negotiation the second time is inexplainable and don't think there's any one can explain they did what they did what they did and i think the voters will express their opinion come november. >> in the meantime will get the raise? >> that is right we do have the money but we have their money as result of cutting service this hopefully will be the last year we have to do this. >> you are some riders will notice >> i think riders have we had to implement this cut a couple months ago to prepare to save the money to pay this bill. >> voters will have a chance to change the rules through a ballot measure that would open the gate to.
>> they want to change state law and force the district to install fire sprinklers in a remodeled schools after a fire destroyed trace elementary last month the parents would like to amend state law to force school districts to install sprinklers and fire alarms regardless of project's funding source. >> trying to catch a man who sexually assaulted a woman. a 24-year-old terra linda woman was sexually assaulted as she walked home from home from work sunday night. the attack happened at about 10:30 p.m. in munson park, on manuel t. freitas parkway near las gallinas avenue in terra linda. the male suspect approached the woman from behind with a knife, forced her to the ground and sexually assaulted her. the suspect is described as a white or hispanic male about 6 feet tall and weighing 250 pounds. he has a goatee and thick lips. bp engineers plan to run a key
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. this was after 37 shooting death of a job. set off revenge attacks in karachi 10 people were arrested police and military troops were dispatched at last check there were still fires being set. take a look at the flooding as it continues in pakistan even though the waters receding in some areas leaving behind devastating mess one that could take years to retire. listen to the numbers. as many as 1500 people may be dead,
100,000 risk of disease, 1 million others has lost their homes or been displaced. united states is giving $10,000 to them for emergency aids. >> in russia they are fighting mass of four fired forced fires the fires come after weeks of searing heat and practically no rain. temperatures will reach 100 degrees all week president sorry prime minister morning local officials who don't respond adequately to the five years or risk losing their jobs >> 1041 we will be back with more of a couple of minutes a live look right now at the san mateo bridge was down 92 yen of company but both sides moving well in the district hazy. we'll be
news timely now is 1044 allied look aside at man tan kim loan clubs and thick fog still hanging in drizzle being produced from the morning fog below average temperatures today cooling trend will continue the rest of the week. and o'clock hour you conceive of fog and hanging thick along the coast east bay and along the golden gate bridge, mostly in loans also clear by 12:00 noon it will fall back but remain along the coast today. temperatures are a mix of '50s and '60s. 61 fairfield '60s in the south bay 69 via 61 in san jose 62 los gatos tempters will get into the '70s and '80s north bay today 80 cinema war 84 fairfield 70 san rafael into the peninsula 68 december l 75 redwood city opera 60s along the
coast heading over to the space 73 san leandro 73 castro valley 75 in union city 76 in fremont inland spots are temperatures 86, scored 84 san ramon and more 94 livermore as we head into the south bay '70s and '80s as well. sen 879 milpitas 88 morgan hill. finally the 7 day around the bay: trend continues for the rest of the work week we will see widespread fog thursday and friday but things will clear up as we head into the weekend lower 80s inland '70s along the bay and 60s along the coast. >> i accident on 880 on the border between san leandro and oakland adding to the slow traffic that was already there in the south under section look at the length of this back up the mess on 880 south the north bound ride is starting to ease a bit if
getting to the oakland airport and give yourself 10-15 minutes to get through this traffic take 580 if you have to over to 98 avenue and then cut across from there. once again post and the clock back up at the bay bridge not much of one but again but for the stall had the traffic was and this heavy during the commute hours but when the commute sir when the toll drops is seen as we get an extra rush- hour traffic san mateo bridge no problems as we continue with their bridge check an immense freeway around 92 no problems moran did see slow traffic this morning the bridge was trouble- free and is now with no problems in other directions. mid-day commute 3 lanes northbound 3 lane southbound. >> the u.s. exchanging words to
suspend blackberry it is cutting off the internet service because blackberry it's not complying with national security regulations the state department is speaking out about the decision. >> were disappointed at the announcement we are committed to promoting free flow of reformation we think it's innovative economy we will declare it clarifying their reasons for making this announcement. >> you appeared to weigh and. >> it's not about canadian company it's about what we think is an important element of democracy and human rights and freedom of information and the flow of their formation it was
the internet freedom speech is an argument we make to countries like chiron and china an argument we make to friends and allies. >> a spokesperson for the the u.s. demands same regulations the only differences can blackberry compliance in u.s.. >> black barry has unleashed a new phone the blackberry torch features keyboard the regular one you like. the optical tracked plaid is this letter it also has a five mega pixel cameras and the torch will be available on at&t network. >> if you're having trouble setting up why fight your house
there might be an easier way. setting up wi-fi internet in your home or business can be really confusing. it can be really difficult task. some of these wi-fi routers have 20 or 30 steps you have to go through on your computer to get it going. a lot of the time you will have to call tech support, alas and go through a 40 minute conversation as they walked you through step by step trying to install these things. check this out cisco just came out with what they call, valet, a new wi-fi router they claim anyone can install, that it is very simple, that is very easy, and it only takes three steps to get it going. let's put it to the test. here's what is in the box, only four things, the valet, a plug to power it, an ethernet cable, and this small usb stick. the one page instructions say to plug this usb stick in your computer to get started. once i have plugged in the usb stick, a window popped up telling me to plug the router in to fill wall to give that power. i did that. then it said to connect the valet to my internet modem via the blue ethernet cable that came with
it. then on the screen it prompted me to hit the next button. after that it said it was connected to the valet. took about two minutes to configure. then that was it, i was surfing the net wirelessly. that was incredibly easy. this is a great solution for anyone looking for an easy, simple way to installed wi-fi. the whole thing took less than five minutes. after the install you can just remove the usb stick, you don't need that anymore. the cisco valet is on sale now for $100. gabe slate, kron4 news. >> new this morning oakland airport growing the airports around the country growing list using body scanning years video this morning from oakland the airport started using its first units today in terminal one they have the option of accepting or declining they must walk through metal detector and submit to a
pet them. >> posting let night out party to rate raise crime prevention. tonight's 7 cisco events scheduled in the children's playground at richmond oakland will kick off with him the mayor and other officials speaking at city hall plaza in san jose 80 blocked arteries are scheduled through the city police department says they will be involved as well parties are from 5 until 10:00 p.m. in richmond starting at 5 there will be an event at the mcdonald shopping center. >> will be back in a couple minutes san jose all of the sunshine and very few cars.
at davis street managing to block to lanes of traffic because of that an earlier problem southbound 66 the nimitz is still jammed all the way back into downtown as you head trout boards san leandro is. it is going to oakland airport give yourself extra time and extra 10-15 minutes southbound or use 580 over to 98 and cut across the airport that way. >> the 7 day around the bay forecast. it's only tuesday but it will be the warmest day of the week today inland 89 with full sunshine we just got to get rid of the fog some areas will not cast doubt at all along the coast. we slide down temperature rises wednesday and thursday and for much same story friday through the weekend. mostly sky clear skies though.
the coast 60 you can see it's cooler than normal. >> is all summer. >> a 12 year-old oakland boy has been arrested on suspicion of stealing the car. please call the got there the car took off the jacket was stolen they tried to pull the boy over he would not stop he led them on pursued when he finally did stop he tried to get away he caught they caught him he was arrested. >> if you see smoke and flames tomorrow and thursday driving through marin county they will be having a controlled burn east of point rate. between 8-2 it is meant to route remove evasive as agitation and provide training. >> that's it for this morning see tomorrow morning at 4:00 a.m.. >> have a good day.
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