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>>jacqueline: if this plume of moisture. perhaps providing showers to the north bay. the clouds are coming off of the ocean. ride along the coastline. it should scale back by the time the go towards this afternoon. clouds rolling through this afternoon today at a glance. because of that cloud coverage, mild temperatures. 50s. and this afternoon, warm up expected just as warm as a yesterday. and everywhere except for along the coast for that fog will be issue. by 4:00 p.m., a mixture of sun/clouds. upper 60s, low 70's and neighborhood by
neighborhood and you have a chance of the rain in the forecast that is more chances next week with details of your extended forecast coming up in just a bit. >> thank you, and new details of the giants beating los angeles police have a new details and more descriptions of the beating of brian stowe of march party first. he is still today, at a los angeles hospital--march-party first, 18-25 years old now the first suspect is described as a bald, 20-25. height = 5-6, and 17 0 lbs. with a mustache, goatee. and a mole on his left cheek. the second is a white/latin man with short hair, 6 ft. with perhaps tattoos on his
shoulders. it has been two weeks since he was attacked outside of the dodgers stadium. he remains in a coma. he is still in medicated state. several thousand dollars a been raised in his effort. >> san francisco is coming together with a trans gender anti-discrimination. that led a attack prompting a protest. >> the recent beating of this transgender 1woman outraged people several people rallied at the site of the attack. in the mission district friday evening. >> it started with a remark. >> the victim, the demonstrators said that this happens all too often and the city known for its
tolerance and diversity. it has to stop. >> the woman was lying on the ground, bleeding, shaking and i think this is how a trans woman dies. we die alone. >>reporter: she still less trauma from two weeks ago at 62/mission. to man punched her and continued to can occur on the ground. punched her in the face. took her cellphone. 16th-mission. she walked over here and sat down on this bench when the two men attacked her. >> they said things before, during the attack and they're all trans phobic. >> he said i hate a man that dresses up as a woman. as he was walking away. >>reporter: the suspects were arrested nearby. the
suspects, lionel jackson and maurice are facing felony charges. they're hoping that-the woman-is open for more tolerance. >> to pit bulls killed her dog in the san jose and tuesday to oppose pit bulls killed her talk. 66 year-old don marshall wilson and her husband, dog-she--were outside when the dog attacked them. she try to separate the dogs that were printed several times. >> required stitches over here. you can probably see it and up here i had some contusions. my hands, my legs, my face. i had to fight not only the dogs but
the irresponsible owners of these dogs. prosecution to the full extent of the law. >> that allow lasted for 30 minutes until the people finally ran off. officials are interviewing dog owners in the area. >> still to come on kron 4 news this weekend the bay iraq autosporalmost the bay areo store robbery. >> beautiful skies. we will be back.
authorities are looking for to and different men. the owner has been in business for over 40 years. the two men entered the business, beat him to the ground and stole $400 and shot him in the face with a bb gun. the left the business, read to bus stop and got onto a bus. cameras on the city bus captured the men after they committed the crime. in fremont, reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >> isabel: san francisco police >>isabel: briscoe police are looking at moving this this was stolen near a dock in vallejo. intoxicated, and they are going to try to take this luxury cruiser back to vallejo. in palo alto, a major accident last night with delays. this was
the caltrain crash killing a woman. the woman in the car had people visiting from indiana. the car stopped on the track and right before the collision. 300 people on the train were delayed, up 90 minutes but no doinjuries on the train. authorities say that this package from the u.s. now, delivered to google. surrounding the streets were closed. well has matcheauthorities of the fbi investigate the contents of the suspicious package that was delivered to google. >> sports coming up. a >> isabel: with fog. your
>> marty: we are back. taking a look outside. the south bay is preparing for a big game. >>isabel: to date has not looked that good. let us find out from jacqueline bennett. >>jacqueline: if you like to yesterday? you're going to like this weekend. a few clouds out there this morning. this afternoon, a mixture of sound/clouds. temperatures will be on the mild side. with upper 60s for the bay shores and low 70's for the inland valleys. stay cooler with the low clouds with and afternoon a mixture of sun and clouds. temperatures will move out a couple of degrees. and mild side and speaking of the
mild side tents are going to be the low 50s to start the day. that cloud coverage kept us warmer, overnight. the noon hour will warm up with the yellow indicating temperatures into the 70's. fairfield is one of those locations. otherwise, 60s and close to the coastline by noon 60s. warmer tomorrow with 70's, 71 in santa rosa, the temperatures in the south should also more of a couple of degrees into the 70's as well. neighborhood by neighborhood, 64 in san rafael. and the low 70's for the delta, and for the inland valleys. 72 in concord, 70 in antioch and a bit cooler on the coast low clouds and fog. it should clear out this afternoon. with redwood city and fremont warming up by noon. those prices will see upper 60s, low 70's and to the
south bay. those places was the upper 60s, low 70's in the south bay. the satellite/writer is short continuous moisture from hawaii going towards northern california. plundering and of little but not much moisture deep because it is a thing to the north. towards the south, you can see it is making a bit of a south progression but not much widespread rain. santa rosa could see a few sprinkles this morning. the chance will diminish as the good towards this afternoon. the futurecast this morning with 10:00 a.m., still dipping down to the south but not quite far enough. i think that the south bay will stay warm and dry. the chances of rain in the north bay today are very slight. i cannot predict it at all. we will see rainfall sunday night and monday morning with a much more organized
system at 10:00 p.m. on sunday light showers on parts of the bay area. 2:00 p.m., light showers along the coast and also to the bay shores to the in-- and by 6:00 p.m., light showers remaining in the will taper off at 6:00 a.m.--your kron 4 7 day around the bay we will see tens pretty mild. and tomorrow, the same thing. with temperatures pretty mild lencloudy skies and cooler temperatures will remain. through the early next week a plan of sunshine expected. >>isabel: in sports, the 8 a's, and pablo >> marty: ian white's
with one on the board bringsohhome co co crbryan fuentes, a kind home run. and detroit busts it open. they went on to score seven times. seven times in the 10th inning the final is a to-4. jim leyland, the manager of barry bonds from pittsburgh is bouncing around and now he is in detroit. they lost their 50 the other game, the geezer is terrible, with three years, and the 16th on the season. with a major-league baseball losing to the tent came to the fourth. here is a story. because the numbers are just jumping right back at you. adrian gonzales is a
really good player and it just came out today from abroad red stalks, with 154 man in dollars that is the second-highest in the red stalks of all time. $15 $4 million--from the red sox-- for all time. and even a few blank? $15 4 millio4 million and that is quite a bit of money and you think it would sell tickets? perhaps that is not quite his thing. the sharks, the nuggetsthis vicious hit from behind from ian white. with one game suspension wheat perhaps know that white might not play again tomorrow night white in overtime, sharks american
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>>isabel: welcome back. 7:30 with darkened beautiful coverage beautiful cloud coverage. jacqueline? >>jacqueline: coastal low clouds with a plume of marchers spreading into northern california. we can see that this is dipping down to the south. super bowls in the north bay, the low clouds are going to be impacting these clouds are in the north bay, with low clouds rotating. -a- >>jacqueline: the cloud topis providing mild
temperatures. perhaps just as warm. with the exception of the coast for the fog will be an issue for the warming. 4:00 p.m., a mixture of sun/clout with upper 60s, low 70's. we would take a look at neighborhood by neighborhood. and more likely rainfall next week. i will have a look at that with your extended forecast coming up. >>isabel: the unemployment rate is down to 12%. that still means that 2 million people are out of work. the same was 12.4% from last year. the payroll jobs dropped by 12,000 this debris from march. with four out of 11 industry from- fabric--to march. the national from the month of february errinto march.
>> marty: on capitol hill, the friday host a republican blueprint. with sharp inebriating cuts on stamps, medicaid. every single democrat voted no. this bill is not realistic. >> republicans are making some bad choices. if the and medicare while giving away tens of billions of dollars to big oil. slashing the funding for seniors and tax breaks to businesses that send jobs overseas. >> this is a harry potter budget with unemployment projections at unprecedented levels it does not exist. they basically think that they can wave the magic wand and these are the numbers that are going to restore the economy of united states is not reveal
the base budget. >> marty: 2 is a fiscal mission with 6.2 trillion dollars over the next 10 years. the national debt will have the ceiling of 16 trillion in the month of may. that is a vote of congress requirement to raise that level >>isabel: if you waited until the last minute? you can even get a couple of extra days to file your taxes. instead of the normal deadline of april 15th taxpayers got a few days. until monday. you think a washington d.c. holiday. it is emancipation day. it celebrates the freedom of slavery. leland yee has a faxed death threat. this continues to, after he condemned controversial contents by right-wing radio host rush limbaugh. mocking the president of
china. this is his reaction. >> is a bit it weighs on you, but you cannot allow these hateful messages to to tour your from doing you the right thing. if you--let that deter you? if you blink? hesitate? then they one and you cannot allow those hateful elements in our society to take control. 1 >>isabel: with fax context, they're all being investigated by state officials. so far, no arrests. for >> marty: in the bay iraq, new video on you tube from the in the bay-area--a series of fights at this school jeff bush shows to other videos on you tube with reaction of students with this growing problem. >> reporter: one half dozen videos with the fighting at hayward high school. these videos go back to the end of last year with a culture of violence. the scroll was in
this ho figh >> they're so much drama. it is crazy! there are fights every day because of gangs and hatred. >> reporter: students say the disagreements are sold with fighting. >> it is crazy. there are going to be still fighting. but students say that the disagreements are--solved by fighting. >> it is one race towards another and that gets back when other people bring their folks and to fight. >> i think there are a couple apportions slashed partitions in this group or the groups hang around each other. if they support a fight and want a fight? it is a large group that fortunately, that is the largest group. they control the situation and if the want to fight? they will get together and pick a fight with somebody.
>> this student was controlling and defending herself. am i know that if it was wrong but i had to keep protecting myself. >>isabel: that is a difficult week to go to school. protecting yourself. and more recovery efforts and japan one month after the tsunami. fe >> marty: beautiful start with clouds we will be back. (music)
suspended with high levels of radiation in the water. the commission the daiichi are the hukashimi daiichi area also leaking radiation. they're the largest producers of fish in the world. resuming exporting fish. >> marty: south west alabama tornado damage this is part of a huge storm system that bebegan late thursday and pushed into arkansas. this is consisted and predicted to push itself all the way to florida. and to tampa bay. >>isabel: board surface on it this weekend extended services parpart servbart.....
providing mild temperatures. perhaps just as warm. with the exception of the coast for the fog mixture of sun/clout with would take a look at neighborhood by neighborhood. and more likely rainfall next week. i will have a look at that with your extended forecast coming up. a low 70's for the delta of. '70s in antioch. a typical work along the coast because of low cloud coverage. it should clear out by this afternoon. places like redwood city and fremont and by noon. those places would get into upper 60s, low 70's. the satellite and radar is showing a continuous stream of
moisture. we've not seen much rain which this plume of nurture.the moisture. not muh rain or to the north bay. the chance will relieve diminish as record towards the afternoon. taking a look at futurecast. for this dimension, by 10:00 a.m. and dipping down but not that far a south. the afternoon and evening hours are going to with 2:00 a.m., showers along the coast and also to
the bay shores. torture morning commute by 6:00 a.m., light showers to towards your morning commute---your kron 4 7 day around the bay today, temperatures will be pretty mild with mild, cool, temperatures. that cool weather stays with us. >>isabel: governor jerry brown tre a state of emergethis proclamation covers 19 counties including monterey, santa cruz county. the a federal funding will assist with the declaration. highways and roads were closed with mud, erosion. what you are seeing are mud slides that cut off a
neighborhood in santa clara county. >> marty: after years of asking the bart agency to make that move. dan kerman spoke with commuters. >> reporter: 20 times of you found yourself out on a for tonight? fast ha ha netflix --- >> reporter: with saturday service would begin one hour later. >> this could benefit people and providing public safety to get drinking and driving off of the roads.
>> reporter: this would cost board $2.5 million for the poo sa first six months, that could change with the numbers of protewith the demand would be greater. right now, this is just in its early stage. they will have to approve it in june. trains with extended hours will run through september. in san francisco, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >>isabel: fighting for clean air. this man is trying to clean his air fare from his home from a
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>>isabel: hilton kelley is from port arthur texa, an area that is a devastatingly high with cancer. this could impact the bay area. hilton kelly is an environmental prize winner. think you for being here. >> it is agreed to be here. i served in 1980 united states navy in this area, stationed at the alameda station. it is--greed to be
here. >>isabel: congratulations on your golden award it is great to for you to heto be doing this. >> periodically, i would leave the bay area to visit. once i got home was very disenchanted. the air quality had a heavy odor. i wanted to do something to clean it up. california was more regulated. >>isabel: you went after the regulation, the oil company? or whomever? clever i could get to listen refineries. we ticketed,
made calls to the shareholders. any way possible that we could get some attention. also we have petitions signed to a our congress that unfortunately fell on deaf ears. >>isabel: let us hear from robert redford. >> the economic and environmental damage. >> i decided to come back to port arthur won bseemed to be at a crossroad. i was so set back by the collapse letted situation downtown. i found a lot of people were ill. the dilapidated--a situation called help and a lot of children were
suffering. >> how many people know children with acute asthma? >>isabel: that was the narration of robert redford. port arthur is a showcase community because of your efforts? >> yes. under the direction of the new epa administration and the barack obama administration more environmental friendly and the epa has chosen this city as a showcase community. this would create an audible system the matter where you are, you can be warned if they are any harmful toxins emitted into the environment, sulfur, anything. >>isabel: give you an idea
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>> marty: it could be several years of the cause of the san bruno explosion. we also learned more details on the miniature and on from fiji and the. >> jan: san francisco film festival. --pg&e had a small a meltdown of their own. >> jan: a robert redford directed film called conspirator >>isabel: henry? >> henry: good morning. and do you read her one michael becvick do you remember one michael vick became the spokesperson for the humane society? it was a bit awkward. the person responsible for that decision will be with us and
we also have a flash bul--mob standing by. >>isabel: mt. tam a bit of breeze and a lot a cloud coverage. >> marty: see the top of the trans america. . >>isabel: that used to be a dance spot. >> marty: no dancing on the clouds. jacqueline? >> we are seeing coastal low clouds as a rthis plume of moisture pushing towards northern california. the rain is staying to the north but this could impact the south. a few sprinkles to the north bay. low cloud coverage making this onshore coming off from the ocean. the fog is coming in but should scale back as we go towards this afternoon. rotating clouds with to date at a glance. with cloud
coverage, mild temperatures. the geese. this afternoon, a quick warm-up expected with--50s. and perhaps a few degrees warmer with the exception of the coast with the fog will be at issue. 4:00 p.m., a mixture of sun/clouds. we will take a look at neighborhood by neighborhood and was a next week's forecast details coming up with your extended forecast. >> marty: thank you, jacqueline. president obama is strong a line in the sand. budget proposals with the agreement that the budget needs to be dealt but but the disagreement on the gop solutions. here is what obama had to say. >> i did nothing good it is right for seniors to pay more for health care. and just so we do not have to
ask those with prospered so much to give back more a little bit in this country. when only two share in the burden but to not have to sacrifice the dream of america. that four trillion dollar budget deficit will ask everybody to do their part. i have called on the republicans and democrats to join me in this effort. along >> marty: with the increase to taxes budget deficits discount for defense. >>isabel: medicare, social security also getting impacted. this congressman has his view. >> entitlement spending accounts for 80 percent of our long-term burden. the president's plan does not
take this into effect. the president is jeopardizing the benefits for the three americans and the city once to protect. also is his failed health care law will cost trillions in the next few years making the debt problem more difficult to solve. in1 taxing americans will >>isabel: taxing wealthy americans will backfire. he is also accused of playing to both sides. >> marty: transgender woman was kicked and punched two weeks ago. this type of hate crime takes place too often in a place that is known for diversity. >> when i was on the ground,
bleeding, shaking i knew that this is how i transgendered will die. they will die alone. they said things during the attack, and after the attack. , all of them were trans phobic and hateful. >> marty: witnesses led to the police to the lead the police--2 both of the suspects. >>isabel: in san leandr and unusual lotterobbery human hair. extensions and high and herr whigs. the the thousand dollars. the owner says that 1/2 of our inventory is gone. $50,000 is valued at that test. those high and human hair wigs from india
>>isabel: palo alto, an investigation is under way after a deadly caltran accident. this was the scene at the charleston road crossing. a caltran crashed into a vehicle killing the driver. the husband, the passenger was able to escape. the people were visiting from indiana. the car was stopped on the tracks just before the collision. there were 300 people on the train that or not injured causing a 90 minute delay. >> marty: in richmond, 6:30 for tonight a southbound amtrak hitting pedestrian trespassing on the trucks to the richmond bart station. that person died. no other injuries reported. the
langt trains in both directions. if still >>isabel: have on kron 4 news is akin, sports highlights what the future as for the sacramento kings. a lot >> marty: look outside the golden gate bridge. overcast appeared will talk about the settlement was written a book about the bond between animals and humans. the bond--this gentleman has written and spokepurify off wrin the spoke. he has written this book
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this afternoon. similar to yesterday. temperatures will be on the mild side. upper 60s for the bayshore and low 70's for the inland valleys. we will stay cool inland and tomorrow much of the same. temperatures will cool down a bit with more mild conditions. speaking of the mild side low 50s to start the day. that cloud coverage helped us keep us mild overnight. take a look at this yellowy indicating temperatures into the 70's by noon. fairfield is one of those locations. otherwise, temperatures will be in the 60s with the exception of the coast. later in the afternoon, more warming with the 70's, 71 and in santa rosa, and the temperatures in the celebration also warm of a couple of degrees into the 70's. temperatures warm- up--along the coast with the 70's. low 70's for the
deltoid and also inland valleys. 721 concord. '70s in antioch and again the cooler along the coast because of the low fog. if that should clear out by this afternoon redwood city and fremont should start to warm up by noon. upper 60s, low 70's to the south bay with 72 in san jose. the satellite/radar we are continuing to sue is steady stream of moisture from hawaii going into northern california. rain/founder. we've not seen much rain but the supply of moisture because of the screen- under--and it is making a lot of the the very southward progression but not enough to burn this and the white spin rain or rain to the north bay. santa rosa's--if rainfall chances diminished. the futurecast is showing the north bay is
going to stay dry. towards the afternoon/evening hours also have a dry out. the chances of rain in the north bay are very slight i do not think we're going to see any at all. i do think that we could see rainfall son a night with monday morning a very much more organized system sunday night. --2:00 a.m., light showers along the coast iand monday mornings 6:00 a.m. commute, those light showers will taper off. if taking a look at your kron 4 7 day around the bay out there today we are expecting to see temperatures pretty mild. and the same thing as we go towards monday. the chance of rain early and will stay cool with mild temperatures.
the cool weather sticks with us next week a plan of sunshine for next week's forecast. off plenty of sunshine for next week forecast. a >> henry: the u.s. humane society started protecting farm animals, not domestic animals and this is the president of the humane society we are doing all of the above? >> celebrating animals, confronting cruelty the whole span. >> henry: he has written a book called 'bond' derrdoing very well. >> yes, it has done well. >> jan: >> henry: were instrumental for michael vic, the convicted for animal cruelty you were instrumental in him getting
a spokesperson for the humane society. >> and if i would even speak of michael vic, a few years ago i would say no. however, we were instrumental on prosecuting him. he approached us and not obligated and said that he wanted with our campaign. at first i said it no. and after a few weeks i had this nagging feelings that he could be a great ambassador towards children. where dogfighting is rampant. african american males, young men and boys are getting pit bulls for the wrong reasons and many cities in america. they are scoring these up and this is a demographic that we're not speaking to from the u.s. he
means society. this is what we said it that you have to go with your boots on the ground, and we will give you a platform to speak about this positions. he said i would do this for the rest of my life and i'm sorry for what i did. he has been doing it! it has been two years and he has spoken to 10,000 children, partially. off the >> jan: a great >> henry: >> he is a perfect example of the strange line between people that are cruel to animals and love animals. we see this. and industries that work with animals. and it is a bit of our affection towards them? in the abuse. >> this is what i speak about the book. the kinship. sometimes people have a certain aspect like dog handlers like to be without dogs. it's like they physicality there is also and the city. >> henry: michael veeck said that he likes dogs. >> chapter 4. how quick to
say that i am the president of the humane society and you are providing confusion by saying that you'd like animals but you also were involved with the fighting? >> henry: 1 a of industrial animal use? >> there is such a tradition with agricultural. these animals had an opportunity to be outside. none of the industrial farms are millions of animals with no connection. that is not husbandry. voters in california passed pawproposition to come on prohibiting the extreme confinement of animals for farms. the industry rose on the consumer's demand it. that is where we have to be
this, 5-2. in oakland, the a's are taking on the tigers of the coliseum. starter, pretty well. strokistriking out and david had a good night with three cats. in the and it was not enough. brian out of the bullpen with the first save of the year. the tigers would want to win in it in tiger winnings 8-4. >>isabel: news from the playoffs, thdespite not the play getting called against them has been suspended for one game. he had to leave the game and was not able to return or practice yesterday. the status for tonight is not certain the sharks league 1-0. into is tonight at the shark tank hockey puck = 7:00 p.m. the game will be.. required
before they go to the next round. the >> marty: the cow bells, the nba are meeting for the sacramento kings future. also labor negotiations. david stern granted the two week extension to file for a post move to anaheim. the collective bargaining agreement expires on june 30th. there is a large discrepancy of what the owners want and with the players are asking for. if >>isabel: still ahead, after days of holding back libyan rebels are pushing back against moammar gaddafi. >> marty: so, that you do not want to miss the exclusive coverage of the zazzle baytobreakers and to bring you the best coverage of their race. you will not miss an entire moment. may 15th. a sold out the bay
live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>isabel: welcome back. his 8:30 a live look at san francisco is actually looking pretty nice. 54 degrees with 64 expected. >> marty: your full forecast coming up. first, the headlines. new details of what was going on behind the scenes during the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion. newly released shows a chaotic environment with communication between pg broke down on several levels. if >> reporter: witness video
of the san bruno explosion. investigators are going over this and testimony from pg&e officials. try to figure out what cost this explosion and prevent it. 500 pages of transcripts and other documents ntsb are asking one worker, and to dispatch provide any assistance? >> the answer was no i problems with the phones. as a neighbor as their >> reporter: were shutting off againsthe gas line, an earlr situation was seemed to suggest that there was no explosion. >> pg&e hello and have agreed evening. the >> reporter: ntsb is revealing that this was a
very real situation into serious. also there was nothing in the log that showed the explosion when asked why? the coordinator communications stumbled said i do not know, i don't know. the ntsb is clinton of of report completed by this fall. -report completed by this fall. if >>isabel: ocean beach luxury liner stolen. a man stole this from a dock in vallejo. he appeared to be intoxicated and was arrested. the salvage crew will return that to the leo. >> marty: more death threats this one from a fax " the marxists champ must go. these continue after he condemned controversial comments after rush limbaugh blocking china's president after the state visit to washington.
mocking--this is what he said. >> it is kind of it weighs on you if you cannot allow this hateful mess to deter you from doing what you think is the right thing to do. if you do that, blank, hesitate they have one. you cannot allow those hateful elements to take control. and if you blink? the win-- the day when. for >>isabel: rebels are saying that there pushed back the forces of good coffee and taking back the city. air airports-havthe dufty forces han weakened by the air strikes but more firepower. and rebels are selling at the are getting pushed back by
the forces of moammar gaddafi. they are below to take back their city. >> this ship has spent chartered by the international migration. 2 >> marty: new video with fishing operations in tokyo. fishing was suspended with high radiation levels around the troubled hukashimi daiichi. fresh cod delivered fish came with assurance that there was no radiation look beyond the legal limit. japan is the largest fish consuming country and the world. fresh fish-- >>isabel: governor brown is declaring a state of emergency in dozens of counti after y last week's storms. for >> marty: with jan wahl and the international film festival.
>> marty: fough seven. we are b. walnut creek. is 8:37. san jose is on the right. walnut creek is on the left. >>isabel: jacqueline has the full forecast. >>jacqueline: well, if you like yesterday's weather you are going to like this weekend. we are starting off with a few clouds. with a mixture of clouds and son similar to yesterday. potentially mild. clouds of
sun-mixture with upper 60s will inland. . those low clouds will be slower to clear. along the coast. and a few degrees cooler with mild conditions expected throughout the weekend. low 50s to start and that threat of cloud coverage is keeping us warm, overnight. noon today, the temperatures will warm. the yellow is indicating temperatures in the '70s by noon with fairfield. also 60s and elsewhere. later this afternoon, even more warmth with 70's. a 71 in the santa rosa in these temperatures in the south they should get even warmer towards the 70's. neighborhood by neighborhood, 64 degrees and the sun a file. the low 70's-- sinophile. and a 72 in
concord, san rafeal--and cooler along the coast because of that low cloud coverage. it should clear out but it will keep us warm like bread with city and fremont into the noon hour. keep us warm-with places like redwood city and fremont--satellite/radar is this continuous stream of moisture from hawaii towards the other in california. plenty of rain near eureka about will not seen much moisture because it is been staying further north. it is not dipped down to the south. you can see a little progression but not enough for widespread rain. or even rain to the north bay. santa rosa could see a few sprinkles this morning. those chances will diminish towards this afternoon. the futurecast is showing still the north bay will stay dry.
as we go towards the afternoon and evening hours. pressing to the north and still a dry out. temperatures in the north bay today will be very slight. i do not think we're going to see much at all. the rainfall will be sunday night and monday morning with much more organized system. 10:00 p.m. on the sunday with light showers. as we go towards 2:00 p.m., light showers along the coast. and that the bayshore. as we get over a evening commute. those showers will taper off towards the evening. your kron 4 7 day around the bay tomorrowtoday, we're going to se temperatures pretty mild. , the same thing. monday, the chance of early morning rain and mostly cloudy skies in the forecast and cooler temperatures. cooler will these stay with us next week however, sunshine. >> marty: state of the
emergency be declared by jerry brown. those severe storms from last month. this proclamation covers 19 counties with alameda, monterey, santa cruz counties. this declaration will help california with federal funding to cover the damage with storms and mudslides and highways were closed. half with erosion, and cutting off the neighborhood in santa cruz. >>isabel: 16 deaths with tornado damage in northwest alabama that started into the oklahoma pursing into arkansas. this same system could push florida to the northeast. >> marty: jan? >> jan: from oliver stone, frank pierson and over 190 documentaries. it is our own
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>> jan: what are some your favorite movies? i mentioned frank pierson. also frank pearson did it dog day afternoon. >> it was funny because her deciding what to show. i had not seen a dog day afternoon it was so good. as a tribute to frank pierson and to sit need let. how >> jan: a screen writer wrote--sidney lament >> yes, with cool hand luke. and " madman " was a he was
a contributing director. in the 13th season. >> and oliver stone will be at the san francisco international film festival. >> this is a french film. he plays a producer taking american new burlesque performers on toward in france. these women are from california. some are from san francisco and i am sure that they will be there for closing night. >> jan: what a great film! what else? >> this is an american film by a san francisco-bay area it is a comedy called it the selling. trying to unload a haunted house in a down market. if >> jan: that is great. there
are so many interesting and even documentary's. >> there are wonderful documentary's. from around the world an incredible, surprising stories one called " marathon boy " who starts running marathons at age 3. it is a bit controversial because it is not his parents who are encouraging him. >> jan: there is one about to try to? >> detroit while the city. >> jan: and how can they be part of this amazing film festival is the oldest! the san francisco international film constable. there is locations and go to roof www.sanfranscsco film festival. orf www.sfff.org >> jan: made de in
much of this is based on trial records. in the assassination of lincoln. this conspiracy, with strong performances with robert wright, james accuscore, tom wilkinson, kevin kline, director robert redford. and deep into the trial. the thing about red blood is david terrains intact. he's asking you to be smart with a 3-4 paths. i bet tha-hats. --and three of four hats. when my favorite movies won the academy award. colin firth. it is ever dvd on. the king's
speech. just go to our website www.kron4.com and click on contests. also the san francisco international combustible i will see you there. party. >>isabel: i wonder if there are a stack of those? >> marty: still to come. the brutal beating of the giants fan who is still in a coma. >> a live look outside at the bay bridge cfirst, henry. >> henry: i do not always
making something. >> this is what we're going to be serving. this is ce viche roho and easy to do. usually, you should marinate this for two hours. take one half pound of cute fish. cubed--marinate that and lime juice. just straight line shoes. the acid will cook the fish straight-line juice. also one half pound of shrimp that has also been cooked in the juice and another 30 minutes. >> jan: different marinating times? >> henry: 30 minutes on the shrimp, and two hours for a piece of fish.
>> at room temperatures. with one half cup of onion, and just a little-of-garlic. teaspoon of salt. is this like cecil that-su salte coarse sea salt. >> cried some fresh black pepper and mix grind-how many restaurants are participating? >> 13 people. all types of restaurants from the east bay. $250 = 8 appetizers, four different courses, with
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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>isabel: californians unemployed is improving. >> marty: in washington, the republican house passed the ballthe budget bill the got zero votes from the democrats. >> jan: aids, and life- threatening illnesses. we're talking about petatectur and henry? >> the last time he was trying to open a beer bottle law >> henry: www.
feedseniors.comorg, to volunteer ---and a flash mob for janet jackson >>isabel: , but the forecast? jacqueline >> marty: . >>jacqueline: coastal low clouds as a rresult of the plume of moisture. the rain is to the north. it could dip down further south. with sprinkles to the north bay. the low clouds are making these onshore winds coming off the ocean.
and along the coast. it should clear back by the time we head into the afternoon. still rotating clouds with today at a glance. mild temperatures this afternoon, a quick warm-up just as warm as yesterday. if not, a few degrees warmer with the exception of the coast. the fog could impact the warming. a mixture of sun/clouds by noon. upper 60s, low 70's. we will take a look at neighborhood by neighborhood and the chance of rainfall next week. details on that coming up with your extended forecast. >> marty: new information on the beating of the giants fan. los angeles police have more detailed descriptions. of the beating up brian stowe on march 31st. brian stowe is still in a coma.
they were tinitially described as both left and then, one with shape have shaved head, 5-6, 5-10, 17 0 lbs. mustache, goatee. also a mole on his left cheek. the second man is described as a white/latin man with short hair. hazel eyes. perhaps the tattoos on one-both of his shoulders. it has been two weeks. on the attack of outside dodgers stadium remaining into a coma. he is taken off the medication that remains his sleep condition. thousands have been raised a dollars. said >>isabel: francisco can together with a trans gender mission district.
this was after two men attacked a transgender woman. they lefshe left her own small town to escape prejudice and was up the rally. >> the recent beating of this transgender woman out reached many people especially in the old chief bt community. several hundred people were rallying in the mission district. >> it started off with the remark. they say that this happens too much in the city known for tolerance and diversity. it has to stop. >> when i was lying on the ground, bleeding, crying, shaking i knew that it was over. this is how a trans women die. they will die alone. >> jacqueline: >> reporter: is still traumatized that happened two weeks ago at 16th/mission. two different men punched her in the face and kicked her which was on the ground. they also took her cellular phone. and
also she walked over here and sat down at this bench went those men attacked her. >> they said things before and during the attack and other people that they said things after the attack. most of them were trans phobic eight remarks. >> he said i hate a man that dresses up as woman. that kind of thing. where >> reporter: mrs. led police to the suspects were arrested nearby. district said the suspects, lionel check in and maurice are facing a number of charges including hate crime. >> i do not want you to feel sympathy for me. >> reporter: steto support the trans gender community. . da lin >> marty: april pit bull attack taking the life of a dog aprila brutal attack.
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them to the fullest extent of the law. >> marty: that attack was 30 minutes before the pit bulls finally ran off. animal services have interviewed dog owners in the area. >>isabel: mountain view, a suspicious package prompted an investigation from the fbi i delivered to google. this was from the u.s. mill on friday. they quickly alerted to the situation and the fbi was called and. surrounding streets were closed and the fbi has not released the contents of the package. delivered by the u.s.-mail- >> marty: good will and is teaming up with wholefoods for birth month donation. drop off- - earth month and
even electronic componentry for recycling and also accepting clothing and shoe donations. >>isabel: your forecast coming up with kron 4 news. >> marty: us check-in with henry. >> henry: i am going to be getting a dance lesson, ladies and gentleman. from a bay area flash mob. what am i going to be doing? >> simple. cross your arms, extend your arms and hold it like this. two fingers in front of your eyes and throw it away. you have to do it for the chorus. >> henry: the janet jackson concert and the flesh mob coming up. it should be a treat. flash mob--
this is from our roof cam. >>isabel: let us jacqueline bennett with a check of our weather. >>jacqueline: well, if you like yesterday's weather you are going to like this weekend. we are starting off with a few clouds. with a mixture of clouds and son similar to yesterday. potentially mild. clouds of sun-mixture with upper 60s will inland. . those low clouds will be slower to clear. along the coast. and a few degrees cooler with mild conditions expected throughout the weekend. low 50s to start and that threat of cloud coverage is keeping us warm, overnight. noon today, the temperatures will warm. the yellow is indicating temperatures in the '70s by noon with
fairfield. also 60s and elsewhere. later this afternoon, even more warmth with 70's. a 71 in the santa rosa in these temperatures in the south they should get even warmer towards the 70's. neighborhood by neighborhood, 64 degrees and the s the low 70's-- sinophile. and a 72 in concord, san rafeal--and cooler along the coast because of that low cloud coverage. it should clear out but it will keep us warm like bread with city and fremont into the noon hour. keep us warm-with
places like redwood city and fremont--satellite/radar is this continuous stream of moisture from hawaii towards the other in california. plenty of rain near eureka about will not seen much moisture because it is been staying further north. it is not dipped down to the south. you can see a little progression but not enough for widespread rain. or even rain to the north bay. santa rosa could see a few sprinkles this morning. those chances will diminish towards this afternoon. the futurecast is showing still the north bay will stay dry. as we go towards the
afternoon and evening hours. pressing to the north and still a dry out. temperatures in the north bay today will be very slight. i do not think we're going to see much at all. the rainfall will be sunday night and monday morning with much more organized system. 10:00 p.m. on the sunday with light showers. as we go towards 2:00 p.m., light showers along the coast. and that the bayshore. as we get over a evening commute. those showers will taper off towards the evening. your kron 4 7 day around the bay today, we're going to see temperatures pretty mild. , the same thing. monday, the chance of early morning rain and mostly cloudy skies in the forecast and cooler temperatures. cooler will these stay with us next week however, sunshine. >> jacqueline: >> jan: (music) >> henry: are watching a flash mobs.
>> jacqueline (music)miss you much - janet jackson >> henry: these people are going to performing a six different times in honor of the upcoming performance of janet jackson. let me introduce you to the founders of bay area flash mob. jackie mcgee and julian ra. jackie, please explain. it is a time when we get together and spontaneously and dance. we practice, practice, practice. if >> henry: spontaneity.
>> people cannot expect us to perform and suddenly we show up and started dancing. >> they are crazy! they love! >> henry: you have just learned this today? [laughter] you can practicing for how long? a couple of months. a major time commitment what is the appeal for doing it here instead of a nightclub. for me, i like the group aspect. as they were mentioning this is my first time doing it but i've done other performances that this site- specific. the public iaspect is appealing. >> henry: anything else? >> i've done this for two weeks. i saw them and i thought that it was
by janet jackson- (music) >> henry: gabe slate tech reporof his they are going their report his of the and they are going to be performing at the civic center dance center, the auditorium, 7:00 p.m. to. if you can come and watch. and if you want to dance? you're going to have to learn the steps. for more information comes off flash if will lobachevsky i
dropped 12%. 2 million people are still without work. the rate last year was 12.4%. still the total number of payroll jobs dropped by 12,000 from february to march. with only four of 11 industries adding jobs. this is the third decline for the jobless rate. some of this is also reflective of people out of work and not able to get a job. >> marty: the rising national debt on capitol hill. a republican budget that would impose sharp spending cuts on show safety like food stamps, medicaid. the past with every democrat voting no. nancy pelosi is saying that this is not realistic. >> republicans are making bad decisions of that state and medicare about giving away tens of billions of
dollars to big oil. they slashed the poor, seniors, and tax breaks for jobs and give jobs overseas. >> this is a harry potter budget. they think that they just wave the magic wand and think that these are the numbers that are going to restore the budget. it is not reality-based. >> marty: this is cutting 6.2 trillion dollars over the next 10 years. the ceiling debt of 14.3 trillion in the middle of next month. according to a vote of congress to increase the level of debt ceiling. if >>isabel: a brawl post on you tube. the growing problem.
>> one half-dozen videos have been posted on you tube showing the fighting at a board. it goes back to the end of last year showing a cultural of violence. this girl was in this fight and february. >> there are so much trauma here is just crazy. it is just fighting every day with fighting, hatred. >> reporter: most students said that this is all fighting is fighting is solved by solving problems is through fighting-- >> it is basically people settling their disputes but it is one race towards another and that is big when other people start bringing their folks and. >> i think there are a couple portions where some groups heading abroad each other. the people that support this is one group.
and unfortunately, that is the largest group and a control the situation. if the want to fight? the entire group gets together. >> reporter: this woman says a right to protect yourself. >> i know i was wrong for doing it but i have to do what i have to do. even though i know it is wrong. >> reporter: and he worked, jeff bush, kron 4 news. off a >> marty: get caught up with the weather. still overcast. let the >>isabel: us check-in with jacqueline bennett. >>jacqueline: well, if you like yesterday's weather you fast are going to like this weekend. we are starting off with a few clouds. with a mixture of clouds and son similar to yesterday. stuff potentially mild. clouds of sun-mixture
with upper 60s will inland. . those low clouds will be slower to clear. along the coast. and a few degrees cooler with mild conditions expected throughout the weekend. low 50s to start and that threat of cloud coverage is keeping us warm, overnight. noon today, the temperatures will warm. the yellow is indicating temperatures in the '70s by noon with fairfield. also 60s and elsewhere. later this afternoon, even more warmth with 70's. a 71 in the santa rosa in these temperatures in the south they should get even warmer towards the 70's. neighborhood by neighborhood, 64 degrees and the s the low 70's-- sinophile. and a 72 in concord, san rafeal--and cooler along the coast because of that low cloud coverage. it should clear
out but it will keep us warm like bread with city and fremont into the noon hour. keep us warm-with places like redwood city and fremont--satellite/radar is this continuous stream of moisture from hawaii towards afloat the other in california. plenty of rain near eureka about will not seen much moisture because it is been staying further north. it is not dipped down to the south. you can see a little progression but not enough for widespread rain. or even rain to the north bay. santa rosa could see a few sprinkles this morning. those chances will diminish towards this afternoon. the futurecast is showing still the north bay will stay dry. as we go towards the afternoon and evening hours. pressing to the north and still a dry out. siefert temperatures in the
north bay today will be very slight. i do not think we're going to see much at all. the rainfall will be sunday night and monday morning with much more organized system. 10:00 p.m. on the sunday with light showers. as we go towards 2:00 p.m.,--a,m. light showers along the coast. and that the bayshore. as we get over a evening commute. those showers will taper off towards the evening. your kron 4 7 day around the bay today, we're going to see temperatures pretty mild. , the same thing. monday, the chance of early morning rain and mostly cloudy skies in the forecast and cooler temperatures. cooler will these stay with us next week however, sunshine. >>isabel:
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>> jan: pet habitat designed by some of the best architects. it is all part of pet-ecticture the most fun you can have been in find at the palace hotel. it has been there for a couple of years. we will tell you about it to your pets are a wonderful support. it is about keeping people with this pets, dogs. when of life-threatening illnesses and also deal colombo. she is with madelyn a wonderful cast. one of these pet idols and this is mark rogers is
from a pair of the dog, the photographer who is a wonderful such a beautiful shot. and this is sharon, madelyn. i heard this great thing that cathcart poetry and dogs are pros. >> this is our annual fund- raiser. with all of the architects and designers creating wonderful one-of-a- kind pat habitat internments. 1700 people coming so far with their it is just the best of everything. >> lots of volunteers keeping it clean, wonderful and fun. and everybody as part of this event it is just so much fun tellus more about it. >> is the social event of the year with champagne,
food. it is a really great time to file dress up, and trust which or animal. i have brought rabbits. >> jan: shelter pet? >> yes shoes from mount shasta she was abused and snowshoes a special needs cannot. -she was a special needs cat >> jan: a beautiful shot so wonderful by mark. >> mark, or photographer did a great job. >> jan: this beautiful dog. barron >> i am officially the handler he was adopted last year. a great couple >> so great. >> his eight years old and wrested from the central valley. >> dogs teach us everything to stay in the present, unconditional love and
keeping it simple. >> and you have gone and i have gone where you go into people's houses, change their if litter and food and walk and groom >> matt is going to be there to auction off items >> jan: april 23rd, the palace hotel and san francisco just go to www.pawsfo.org and it the dog friendly hotel. if you see the network is so brilliant. dog day afternoon, and
running on empty, rea river phoeni, the verdict, with paul newman murder on the orient express, and a few of the films of cindy limit. did you know that this is the year that finally won best picture? it is the king's speech. colin firth and now it is coming out and blew away an dvd. enter for your chance to get a copy. it is coming out on blue ray--enter for your chance to go on www.kron4.com and get to www.pawssf.org
um, these days we're all trying to save money, that's why i'm shooting this commercial myself, at home. it's really easy and i can pass the savings onto you. okay, ready for the food part? check it out. my warm and flaky croissant sandwiches. supreme or sausage. both made with fresh egg and melting cheese. you get 2 for just 3 bucks okay, i'm back, whoa- oh, i am so ready for this recession to be over. >>isabel: a live look outside the golden gate bridge. look at what has changed in three hours that fog has lifted. >> marty: when we started it was shrouded in fog you knocan see the towers. the
seven day forecast is showing sunshine. although a small chance of showers in the north bay today. overcast sunday night and into monday with plenty of sunshine and mild temperatures throughout the rest of the week. >>isabel: a few of you have those 178 records >> marty: henry is in the garden. >> sowing the seeds. >> henry: it is a wonderful way. it is an economic way to create a garden, cheap to try to new varieties. kids of all ages can participate let us to this! >> henry: the most simplistic method. >> i like to use seeds and the soil seed starting soil and get it damp and then put
the seeds. to pre-morrison ahead of time with a shallow trench. a furrow. i'm going to plant marigolds. >> henry: >> yes. he could do this for lettuce and i plant thicker i will thin them when they sprout. >> henry: 80 you keep it covered? >> no. i did not keep it-- covered i just keep it consistmisted. this is a heating
mat and roots like warm soil this imiates an early warm earth. >> this increases the germination. >> henry: this comes in a box. had >> i like the individual type of plantings. >> henry: this is also sitting in this trade that is sitting in water. >> also the dome over the top of it. >> before you do that to you want to ask if that if this is the same type of soil?
>> this is potting soil. >> henry: can you do that? >> you can but it is more difficult. it is a bit thick. something like her would be better. with these small seeds. these are radishes. i will have individual plants and then i will be able to have these into their " final resting place " [laughter] >> henry: and these also, with a keeping that heating mat. those are also available separately. >> henry: what is one
important is that this is a two-step process. to take out that one plant seedlings after it has roots. and then plant it. on the other hand you can go straight into the soil. >> 921-step process adding color with radishes and beets. >> to add some color? >> for your duck and pat it to have something right away. york-patio and deck for your patio and deck to have something right away. >> henry: keeping these moist will these plans be okay? >> yes. >> you can water them, and keep a misting of them. i'm going to be using a thinker. those are the ones that are very smaller. use a-misting
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