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tornadoes and fires but no rapture. some people may swear that earthquake that shook the bay last night was assigned. will have more on the day after. the president's trip to europe in a big explosion in livermore with multiple injuries. the checked the weather, it's shaping up to be a beautiful day as we take a look at san francisco with blue skies and not many clouds. >>reporter: a live look for mount tam you could see mid to high clouds out there as well as the winds, another windy day to day. it into the afternoon breezy and mild temperatures of slight warm up in store. temperatures outside still critical in santa rosa, napa and los gatos holding on to the forties. low 50s down the peninsula in 51 in san jose. satellite and radar
showed a small system moving in towards the pacific northwest. that is bringing increasing cloud cover. i'm pretty mild day today. temperatures skimping mostly any april '60s and a few '70s. upper 60s along the peninsula, 67 oakland, cool along have the bay 59 degrees and 70 more can help. will have your full forecast in a few minutes. >>ysabel: this morning police and livermore investigating of violent explosion that injured three people it happened just after 5:00 p.m. yesterday. flames and smoke could be seen coming out of the apartment it took firefighters about 20 minutes to get the fire under control. police say a man and woman were found outside the building with severe burns. another man found inside. a neighbor
describes what happened. >> the explosion rattled the whole building next door. i came running out of the apartment complex and i was the first one over there and there were people lay on the ground screaming. the gentleman that live in the apartment his hand was completely blown off. the woman that lived in the apartment with him she was covered in blood it was a horrific scene. the fire, >>ysabel: about $350,000 worth of damage for the families living in the apartment complex for families had to be relocated. the causes not been determined. they reported that police official called it suspicious in nature. what was supposed to be the rapture, the end of days was not to be. harold camping who predicted saturday would be the end of the world so far has not spoken to the media. he spent millions on
radio and tv ads on his campaign. >>reporter: this is the radio station were harold camping has been preaching his message that the world would come to an end. in fact his radio station is still broadcasting. you could listen to a.m. six tenant and you could tell that it's still broadcasting at this time. the slightly incorrect prediction that i did find a few believers of office. a small group of people waited outside his house right before 6:00 saturday evening. this man said he is a believer and drove all the way for new mexico to experience the rapture. so did this man he said he is ready for the end. >> i haven't shaved slept in friday's i've been showered and a week.
>>reporter: it's 06 o'clock the time he predicted that the world would come to an end. mr. campings is no where to be found. neighbors say he and his wife did come home for about 15 minutes saturday morning and left. let's wait a few seconds away from 6:00, 3-2-1-, the courts did not crack open the ground did not shake, the house is still here i'm alive and so are you. i think we should go celebrate life. a couple hundred skeptics did have rapture party in downtown oakland with live music and dancing. as for the man who claimed he did not shower in a week i talked to him earlier and he said he is alive and well in fact he's going to have a hot shower. in oakland kron 4 news.
>>ysabel: aretina tornado that roll through kansas. this is video of one of those tornados spotted by storm chasers. this is about 50 mi. south of topeka kansas. emergency officials say the storm also brought calls ball size hail, heavy rain and powerful winds. the shelter has been set up for evacuees. authorities say other serious injuries were reported as storms rolled across the state. since 1995 may has recorded the most
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>>ysabel: did you feel like? a small as quake shook a few homes last night. the usgs said it measured 3.5. several people told us they felt like a train was going by as and rattled the windows. we did not hear of any damage. a live look hillside a beautiful shot as usual from mount tam. look of that combination of blue skies and cloud cover. a little bit less windy out there this morning. >>reporter: windy today and windy yesterday. a lot of
cloud cover over the golden gate bridge in we will see the cloud cover into the afternoon. preconditions' a mild temperatures. temperatures inside everyone slowly warming at all in the '50s rail. 54 half sunday, 51 redwood city, 50 in los gatos. wind speeds of about 18 mi. per hour in fairfield, 20 sfo, 14 in half moon bay. those cuts will be even higher except for new in class getting up to 28 m.p.h. in sfo, 14 for fairfield. by 6:34 san francisco, 20 santa rosa, 29 san rafael, 24 redwood city. by 9:00 still feeling those
winds. it's going to be a mild day in fact pretty cool as well and temperatures only getting to about 64 san francisco, 73 santa rosa, napa and fairfield. we're going to see more '60s through the peninsula and 70 degrees for morgan hill. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, it shows as the cloud cover, windy conditions today, coastal clouds today and lots of sunshine on tuesday and a slight chance of rain on wednesday. >>ysabel: marriages making a comeback, census figures showed numbers are leveling off after decades of increases. 200941 percent of people divorce among all race groups. that's down from 44% in 2004. the
increase is likely due to the amount of couples waiting together and those low waiting longer get married. marriage took the worst performer governor arnold schwarzenegger and maria shriver. and as a separation after 25 years and just as that was revealed arnold schwarzenegger had a child was his former housekeeper. what can couples do when a dark secret comes out? is divorce inevitable. joining us this morning a share in the license family and marriage counselor. welcome share and nice to have you. so the governor comes out says he's sorry and they really love each other is a divorce inevitable here? >> and let me say that for
them in my opinion it it doesn't look like it's going to work out for them to stay together. it seems like too much damage has been done with trust and betrayal. that doesn't mean that every marriage that has been 25 years and there's an affair has to end in divorce. i work with a lot of couples who have had affairs and they don't, and or divorce. it depends on the resentment and hostility level and how much damage in which a bottom line is. if you have reached your bottom line and it's a deal breaker and for everybody it's different. for more yet it looks like this is the deal breaker. you can't blame her. we have to know what are deal breaker is. every divorce every affair in every marriage is individual. it's different. you can't just give a formula. it depends on the couple and with the
non-negotiable stern of to be. >>ysabel: one of the attractions of this couple was they are a power couple, sometimes that's their biggest attraction and one that cleared away there isn't a lot left besides children. what do people look for what are the three questions they ask themselves of the try to salvage something? >> how much love is left? how much you want to save the marriage? are you willing to work really hard because rebuilding trust is not easy? i tell people to take at least a year nobody wants to hear that. how much resentment and negativity, resentment is huge. many studies done, the more resentment a couple high as it often leads to a trend in
difficult things. the more likely they will divorce. you have to look inside and see what you want to do. >>ysabel: after 25 years of marriage this happens to be the woman who was the former housekeeper. they say he looks like his father. after 25 years is it because it's old, there's another woman or a child in the picture? which of these would be the most traumatizing? >> i think that's true, what's most traumatizing is there is another child and she didn't know about it for 10 years. they were both pregnant at the same time. what happens is you start to look back, all my gosh that was happening and i didn't know live. you feel like a fool and used in eyou have been
double betrayed. it's almost like he was robbed polygamists in living with two wives. in the same household. again, everyone has a different bottom line, it seems this would be a bottom line for most. >>ysabel: 1 an affair happens to you, at every affair is different it can be an opportunity. how you know when it's time to go? here's a workshop september 24th at the guest ranch in bodega bay and 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on september 24th. you can go to save a marriage workshop.com, thank you so much we appreciate you dropping by. we will be right back.
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>>pam: minnesota is one step closer to banning same-sex marriage. they signed off on a constitutional amendment to do so. the moves the governor of minnesota was to fight. they always for have been same-sex marriage but inhibitors of the amendments to the legislation will not be able to legalize it in the future. of voters will make the final decision in 2012. as of march 41 states prohibit same-sex marriage by statute or in the state's constitution. coming up, three people were airlifted to the hospital after an explosion that left them with severe burns in an apartment complex. on live look out side the golden gate bridge, little overcast but still a beautiful sight. we will be back.
>>live, from the bay area's news station, this is kron4 news amorning news. >>ysabel: good morning taking a quick look out side in san francisco a bit of a cloud cover out there but she could see the blue skies trying to come through. let's check in with genu. >>reporter: live look out side in san jose you could see overcast conditions in the south bay as well. you concede that cloud cover and wind pick up. san jose 54 warming to 66 by noontime. cooling back down to 62 by 8:00 this evening. everyone is now in the '50s. 52 center fell in oakland. 54 half moon bay. 53 degrees in los gatos. pretty much all day getting in this '50and
'60s and '70s. ropethose heading to the ball game they a's vs. the giants the first pitch will be at 1:05 p.m. mostly sunny, windy and cool sitting at 62 degrees and by 3:00 p.m. warming to 64 degrees. it will be windy bring a light jacket. we will have your full forecast in a moment. police >>ysabel: a livermore investigating the explosion they call suspicious in nature that seriously injured three people. it reportedly shut windows and floors just after 5:00 p.m. yesterday in the 3600 block of silver oaks way. flame and smoke could be seen coming out of the apartment. it took firefighters about 20 minutes to get the fire under control. four other families living in the apartment complex were
relocated while officials investigated had determined the damage. our cause has not yet been determined. police and people are rallying behind a family whose 2 year-old daughter was killed in an accident last year. the girl kelly, was hit by walking with her mother. j.r. stone talked to the mother at a fund-raiser this weekend. >>j.r. stone: you've likely never seen or heard of lynn murray but she is living a mother's worst nightmare. >> her pelvis was shattered it and then her left arm had a compound fracture of the humorous. after everything she had 18 screws and 2 plates in her left arm. >>j.r. stone: was using this walkway to cross the street after a day at the park with her two year-old daughter. in a second everything changed. this driver, caitlin who police say was text messaging struck both lelane and kelly. killing
the 2 year-old and seriously injuring her mother. >> i'm getting better and getting stronger every day but can still sad for my daughter. >>j.r. stone: day more than five months later lin is able to walk with the help of a cane, she is in physical rehab but life is still very difficult. not a day, hour or minute goes by without memories of 2 year- old kali. >> i never forget, my daughter i teach her to >> chinese. >>j.r. stone: during our interview emotions crew high for lynn and she fought back tears her husband jeff describe the hurt and pain the family is going through knowing that the driver in this case may only get a slap on the wrist. >> to motions stand is one year in jail and five months' probation. for taking your daughter's life. >>j.r. stone: reporting live, kron 4 news.
>>ysabel: lion's club held a dinner fund-raiser last night for the murray fund- family last night. she has extensive medical bills from that accident. this big it is a heartbreaking story obviously because we have our own. anything we can do to help support them. i feel for the family and i hope they're able to get through it. >>ysabel: she would like to donate to the family and you can call the lions club and ask about the kelly and lynn murray fund. the suspect the driver was textile driving. 18 year-old caitlin made her first court appearance thursday. she did not enter a plea the judge granted her more time. her next court case is set for june 19th. she faces one year in jail for misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter. president barack obama is leaving for a trip to europe. he talked about tensions in the middle
east to the israel committee. on friday president clashed with israeli prime minister after endorsing israel's 1967 boundaries as the basis for a neighboring palestinian state. president barack obama said he would order another covert raid like the one that was killed osama if it is necessary to stop a terrorist attack. the president said he will also send troops again at the scene of caliban leader if he was found. in iraq today a suicide bombing killed 13 people in baghdad while a series of other blastopore lies in the capital city. at least nine of the dead were police officers. here is video of one of the blast. officials say there were at least eight explosions in baghdad. the blast today were the latest plan in the state to and concern about iraq's ability to protect itself. in an e-mail to his
supporters did deal said he could not put his family through the challenges it would take, he apologized to his supporters and say he will always be sorry for disappointment. he had been hard pressed to run by other republicans and former bush administration officials who he works with when he served as white house budget director in 2001 to 2003. it was reported that laura bush called daniel to run. political analysts say the obama reelection campaign is pleased because daniels was seen as the president more formidable opponents. another republican is not hesitating. tomorrow former minnesota gov. jim plans to announce his candidacy for of president. he will make his announcement in i a lot of key state. a strong finish in iowa is crucial
for winning the republican presidential nomination. his announcement announces the beginning of this multistate trip. let's take a live look this is san jose, a bit overcast but it should be clear enough. coming up will have the sports highlights including the winner of the horse race. if we will be back.
>>ysabel: the san jose sharks had back to the tank today hoping for another win against the vancouver canucks. this will be game for the best of seven western conference finals. friday the sharks beat the canucks 4-3. today's game this afternoon. the giants claimed there second victory in their row over the oakland a's. buster posey and cody ross had crucial hits. that is all san
francisco needed with tim lincecum completing his eighth complete game. the giants will go for this week this afternoon at at&t park. at the racetrack, >> (cheering & applause) >>ysabel: the horse named shackle for a battle for the lead against animal kingdom for the wind. he finished fourth in the derby despite holding the lead for most of that. still to come, finding your inner strength, we will talk to young women who are teaming up to be olbuild self- esteem across the board. it looks great out there. the forecast is next.
see lots of cloud cover out there. we are starting out the morning with patchy clouds. in the afternoon the winds will pick up. mount some pitchers this afternoon and a warm up next week in. everyone is in the '50s, 54 concord, antioch, hayward and san jose. satellite and radar showing a system moving towards the pacific northwest and that is burning as the increasing cloud cover. cloudy and windy today. 20 m.p.h. in san francisco, 19 san rafael and only increase through the day. by 6:00 p.m. 34 m.p.h. in san francisco, 29 san rafael, 24 in redwood city. those will last until the evening hours. at pretty mild temperature day,
temperatures getting to 73 santa rosa and now, 64 san francisco, 65 richmond and the upper 60s down the peninsula not making it into the '60s for half moon bay topping out at 54. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, the windy day in store to day coastal clouds tomorrow, lots of sunshine tuesday and a slight chance of sprinkles on wednesday and a warm up into the end of the work week. >>ysabel: >> i know i am, unbecoming who i am. i am a bright light. i am a bright light. >>ysabel: that is a powerful message, a clip from a sheen of the author of the book
that has been reaching women and young people all over the world teaching them to find their inner strength instead of trying to fit into a mold. she is joining us this morning along with jordan the senior at high school and lafayette. jordan created a project helping her classmates find their inner strength. both of you are working on an upcoming event. thank you for coming. what a charming little beautiful book. >> cassandras a joke is about the stories were giving it about the people and our allies about who think we are in dropping of the stories so we can become a weepy came here to beat. the book was released a while ago and went to record sales all buy or out of mouth. we sold several times over what would be considered a national best seller. everyone of us has
the story, but everyone has the story were walking around with that we feel limited or small. this book said it's not the truth is just a story. the truth is you are a bright light and when you find that you could light up the whole world. >>ysabel: touch you about it? >> and that she net two years ago and she completely changed my life. she made me want to be a changemaker. i've been told i'm too fat, too tall, and to this or to that. when she came into my life she told me to drop those stories and become who i can be. >>ysabel: are you starting engaging other women to work with you? >> definitely, i know that she never completely changed my life so with this event i hope that she can't touch their lives as well. >>ysabel: how did you reach people around the world?
>> we started out in the united states and took out nationally and the next thing i knew i was being invited to vietnam, cambodia, shrill the i went all over southeast asia and am on my wake nexway next week o liberia. >>ysabel: are all facing similar pressures, a lot cultural. what is the message that you got jordan could change everything? >> i always felt that i was to this or to that, gina taught me that i am beautiful the way ibm, im me and that is more than o.k. it's great. >>ysabel: is so difficult in this day and age when you're fighting some of the concepts of what is acceptable, beautiful, great or winter. you have to fight hard against unfortunately what is the media message.
>> that is my background, i started in hollywood, one day and is working on a diet cola commercials that this is in the interest rate that uses it erects of women to sell deck ". i woke up the next morning as an advocate for women and i've been doing that for 12 years. >>ysabel: you have hope? still so many young women caught up in the police and acting it out in ways that seem like it's a hopeless cause. >> it is difficult for girls in our country and around the world. right here we have this beautiful young woman who is taking on this cause and owning her voice and impacting all for community. every day and need another girl that is ready to take up this torch. i have total zero. >>ysabel: i think owning
their voice is key for every woman. tell us about the event? for jordan sr. project, go ahead. >> for my senior project i decided to and how were women and girls by creating an event unfinished business which is in power in women and girls. this is tuesday at the veterans memorial hall from 7 to 9:00 p.m. and 4 more information go to create a vision stock or a/on finished-business. are you can also go to facebook kissingers a show and it's a free of sand for girls and women because we just want to get this rolled out. >>ysabel: thank you so much jordan and geena a beautiful book. continued success we expected to be a leader. we'll be right back. [ coach ] in albuquerque, citi pre-approved my mortgage.
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park service was to reduce the area for off leash areas. the area dog owners are not happy. yesterday hundreds of them rallied against the federal proposal, they want to let their dog stretch our legs at city parks. the park service said the changes are needed because of visitor conflicts with dogs as well left parts being run down by the pact. nicole was at saturday's march and explains why many are worried about the proposal. >>nicole: nearly 400 dog owners march from los and beach to the park. there showing what happened at the golden gate park service would go through with plans to reduce areas were dogs could be without a leash. if passed they think the proposal would overcrowd parks and put a strain on the others who don't want to be around dogs. dog activists say almost 10,000 people visit these parks every day. therefore this
plan would have an impact and city parks. he is also worried about restricted access for jobs on local beaches. >> it will determine whether any of us have the ability to walk freely on federal property that we all pay taxes to. there is no public process, they are allowing public comment but it's written. we don't have the ability to talk to anybody or lobby anybody, clearly there is no commission, no committee, no board or taskforce it's basically one person that will make the decision and we find that untenable. >>nicole: to since gather signatures for a petition opposing the plan and encouraged others to submit comments before may 31st. reporting live, kron 4 news. >>ysabel: coming up on kron 4 news weekend, we have details on that explosion in the east bay apartment complex. it said three people to the hospital with
i'll have to move over and over again. i'm twice as likely to drop out of high school. there's a 50-50 chance i'll end up homeless. not everyone can be a foster parent but anyone can help a foster child. >>live, from the bay area's news station, this is kron4 news amorning news. >>ysabel: welcome to the weekend news, suspicious fire in livermore a sense three people to the hospital. the president is off to europe to repair some relations. we will have all of that. of course the judgment day which did not come. we will give you a full report on that. let's look outside and see how warm weather is shaping up. were supposed to have blues guys, looks like we have
some we have a little bit of overcast. janu this year to cleared up for us. >>janu: overcast conditions out there with patchy clouds through the bay. we will see breezy conditions this afternoon and mild temperatures. a slight warm up as we begin the work week. temperatures out side everyone is in the '50s, 56 napa, 54 fairfield and concord. windy of there, it's going to be windy today. the winds will pickup, 73 temperature napa 68 san rafael, upper 60s through oakland, redwood city and down the peninsula.
70 degrees for morgan hill. we will have 0full forecast in a minute if please >>ysabel: investigating the explosion that seriously injured three people. happened just after 5:00 yesterday. flames and smoke could be seen coming at of the apartment, it took firefighters about 20 minutes to get the blaze under control. police say a man and woman were found outside the building with severe burns. a neighbor who called 91 describes what happened. >> the explosion rattled the entire building right next door. i came running out of the apartment complex and i was the first one over there and there were people lying on the ground screening. the gentleman that live in the apartment his hand which is completely and the woman that live in the apartment with him she was completely
cover >>ysabel: fire,. families who lived in the apartment complex did have to be relocated. the cause is not determined but the contra costa times is reporting that one horse in called suspicious in nature. what was supposed to be the rapture, the end of days was not to be. harold camping who predicted the end of the world has not spoken to the media. he spent millions on radio and tv ads in his campaigns. if kron 4 went to his home trying to track down. >>reporter: this is the radius station were harold camping has been preaching his smasmessage. you can listen to a and 610 and tell that it is still broadcasting at
this time. despite being correct prediction i did find a few believers. a small group of people waited outside of harold campings house just before 6:00 saturday evening. if this man said he's a believer and drove all the way from new mexico to experience the rapture. so did this man. if he said he is ready for the end. >> i believe it's going half and. i just let everything go. off haven't shaved, i haven't slept in three days i didn't even bother getting a haircut. i'm standing in front of mr. campings house in alameda, it's almost 6:00 the time that he had predicted that the world would come to an end. mr. campings is no where to be found. neighbors say he and his wife to come home for about 15 minutes saturday morning and left. were a few seconds away from 6:00, let's wait and see,3-2-1,
the earth did not crack opened, the ground did not shift, the house is still here, on the life and so were you. i think we should go celebrate life. a couple hundred skeptics could have rapture party in downtown oakland with live music and dancing. as for the man who claimed he did not take a shower in a week i talked to him earlier and he said he is alive and well in fact he's going to have a hot shower. in oakland, kron 4 news. >>ysabel: jeff pierce continues our team coverage he spoke to skeptics of side of the radio station. >>jeff: not many were surprised today that the prediction on the billboards that have proliferated throughout the country heralding the rapture in the world's and prove to be false. the incredible reach of the message by harold camping and is open radio ministry most anyone who had
a water cooler moment. >> we see the signs around town in need of quite a bit. i have a little voice so i guess i chose not to think about it too much. >>jeff: a meeting of the easiest and oakland tradition became a moment of mirth. >> this is your 49th rapture as the one more you get a watch. >>jeff: on the humor even atheists have concerns about those when graced the idea. >> we could poke fun at various religious predictions about and times but we have to remember they are real people with real consequences >>jeff: 1 christian group felt they needed to address those consequences. >> we want to offer a message of hope that encounters the lot and the false prophecy of harold camping. about the end of the rabin today and the rapture been today.
>>jeff: is one of the other day having dismissed the prophecy. >> i don't buy too much into that just like the year 2000 all the computers would crash, that didn't happen. >> no man knows what jesus, no man knows the time of our he comes like a thief in the night. we know that, we weren't concerned about what the man said about judgment day. >> by days and rational thought was abandoned at harold campings will be a station which have become the scene for mockery and ridicule. >> we're looking at every possible place. >>jeff: in oakland, kron 4 news. >>ysabel: the stricken is that of southern california, we're told there has been multiple arrest in connection with the savage beating of brian stow. police served a search warrant see on the search residents for the believe
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>>ysabel: did you feel like? some male thought it was the judgment. a small earthquake in the east bay last night, it was measured around 3.6 and hit it out side of hercules around 7:00 p.m. several people told us it did feel like a train was going by as of rattled windows. we did not hear of any damage. this is damage, are tornado that rolled through kansas. this is video of one of their tornados spotted by storm chasers. this is about 50 mi. south of topeka, kansas. officials say the storm brought gulf bowl sized hail, heavy rain and
powerful wind gusts. listen to that. the shelter has been set up for evacuees and authorities say other serious injuries were reported as storms rolled across the state. since 1995 may has recorded the most tornados and kansas it's in the area called tornado alley. this encompasses the plains between appalachian in kansas city. these are pictures of eruptions us. the volcano have sent a plume of ash, smoke and steam 12 ft. into the air. authorities say cash coffers icelandic is blowing west greenland instead of heading towards europe. you may remember last year another direction in iceland covered europe shutting down the air space for five days and causing major travel delays.
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>>ysabel: breaking news out of southern california, we have been told there have been multiple arrests in connection with the savage beating of brian stow who suffered major brain damage. lunch angeles police told us they served a search warrant on l.a. residents where they believe the suspect may be staying. he was attacked in march at dodger stadium, he was beaten and had severe damage to his brain. he has since been taken out of a medically induced coma and taken to san francisco general hospital. we will bring you updates as to become available. a quick look out side from mount tam always beautiful and
interesting view. we see blue skies and some overcast. let's check in for the latest. >>janu: we are seeing cloud cover, a little overcast and a lot of clearing. we a patchy clouds this morning, it's why did the breezy and mild this afternoon. slightly warmer conditions and your work week. temperatures are all in the '50s, 50 santa rosa, 51 san francisco, a 53 redwood city, and mid 60s and mountain view and 56 in los gatos. satellite showing a small storm system pushing into the pacific northwest which is bringing us the cloud cover today. wind gusts for new getting up to 20 m.p.h. in san francisco, 19 san rafael and that will pick up. by 3:00 p.m. getting 30 san francisco, 26
san rafael and by 6:00 34 mi. per hour gusts in san francisco, 29 san rafael, 24 santa rosa and fairfield. by 9:00 this evening to upper 20s for san or fall in san francisco and 22 in santa rosa. captures are going to be cool in san francisco getting to 64. 65 richmond, santa rosa and napa getting the low seventies and upper 60s down the peninsula. cooler along the coast and half moon bay at 59, 70 degrees for morgan hill. the ball game a's vs. the giants first pitch at one of the 5:00 p.m. it will be 62 degrees, by degrees. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, windy conditions today coastal clouds tomorrow and lots of sunshine by tuesday. time is 9:18 a.m.
>>ysabel: as of you having to lake tahoe, the highway 50 back open. this time let's video shows the crews doing what they're doing to fixed retaining walls. the work was delayed because of a late season snowfalls last monday. president barack obama talked about tensions with the israeli public affairs committee. he's trying to calm the waters there after his a middle east speech this week. he touched on the israeli policpalestinian war. the to agree to disagree. in another bold statement mr. obama said he would order another covert military raid like the one that killed osama bin laden if it was necessary to stop
at terrorist attack. he made that statement in an interview for the bbc news. he said he would also send troops again if the caliban leader was founded in pakistan. after some consideration indiana gov. mitch daniels said he will not run for president in 2012. in an e-mail he said he could not put his family through the challenges it would take to sit in office. he apologized to his supporters and said he will always be sorry for disappointing them. he was hard-pressed to run by other republicans and former bush administration officials we work for when he served as the white house budget director from 2001 to 2003. it was reported that laura bush called him to urge him to run. they say the obama reelection campaign is pleased as mitch daniels is one of the more formidable opponents. another republican is not hesitating. tim: t plans to
announce his candidacy for president. he is expected to make the announcement in iowa a key state which kicks off presidential voting. a strong position i what is key for the republican nomination. it marks the beginning of his state campaign trip. of minnesotminnee step closer to signing off same-sex marriage. state law prohibits same-sex marriage but supporters of the amendments say that legislation will ensure that judges and lawmakers will not be able to legalize it in the future. voters will make the final decision in 2012. as of march 41 states prohibit same-sex marriage. still to come on kron 4 news weekend at the grand opening on the day that could finish harvey milk with day. working to get more informations on that
>>ysabel: today it is the second annual harvey milk day in california could there's grand opening of the call center in the castro district. the center will field suicide prevention calls for the fell g b t use. he was assassinated by fellow former supervisor dan white on november 27, 1978. today would've been his 81st birthday. a stretch of san mateo will us will remain untouched by developers. that is thanks to a $4 million grant from the government. this will connect the bay area ridge trail to the california coastal trail. officials have been trying to purchase the land for nearly a decade. you can hike the land starting january next year. if if you thought your
tv had everything just wait. kron 4 tech reporter has more on what the tv technology is of the future. francisco at the center for arts for the annual tv of tomorrow conference is going on. the tv of tomorrow show brings together tv set makers, broadcasters and companies developing new technologies to improve the tv in your living room. the thing this year is connected and interactive. connecting devices to our tv to let us interact with it in new ways. expect our smartphones and tablets and computers being able to control and interact with our tvs in the content we watch on tv. the future is continuing to blend the internet and tv to make it more interactive. here's a look at something down the road, this has a special sensor that works with the web can on the computer to offer a unique game playing experience. it's augmented reality. the computer recognizes the shoe and
plays a game. it blends your world with the virtual world. this will come to tv in some way in some fashion to your tv say an adidas commercial comes on you can interact with it, play a game, kick a ball around. it was out of place here, but a new gadget coming out the august that i've never heard of. here's a sneak peek. this is an i pod touch this new gadget is called the to an i phone or i touch or i pad and it makes it a 3d viewer, it changes what's on the screen to 3d. the 3d looked really cool. it might be hard to see through my camera but it was interesting. i'm excited to for and how kron 4 news. >>ysabel: still to come then all of the beatles are-if it away at, to hit full salary
>>ysabel: the story just break in, police are telling us there have been multiple the arrest in connection with the beating of giant stand brian stow. police served a search warrant on an l.a. co-president where they believe the suspects day to live if he is detected dodger stadium back in march and has since been taken out of a medically induced coma and transfer to san francisco general hospital. if will for a new love new off dates as they become available. if new this morning police and livermore investigating an explosion they're calling suspicious in nature that sears the injured three people. of violent blast that shook windows and doors and fleurs just after 5:00 yesterday evening. this was the surgsmoke and flames coe
seen coming out of the department. police say two people were found out side with burns and a male found inside. four other families living there were relocated we'll officials investigate and check the damage. a causes not been determined. were taking a quick look to outside at golden gate park, there's not a lot of people out there but still a lot of clouds out there. >>janu: scene overcast conditions of there, a live look from our roof cam. many might see it breaks of sunshine today in the winds will pick up. if san francisco 53, warming to 61 by noon. cooling back down to 57 degrees by 8:00 tonight. temperatures everywhere are in the '50s. 53 oakland, 59 f. los gatos.
pretty windy out there especially if you're outside and fairfield cliffs 20 m.p.h. winds. 18 for half monday, a pretty cool day today as well. the mid '60s for richmond, 72 in now five, 74, curve, upper 60s down the thinnest cloth, 59 half moon bay so definitely cool along the coast. we will have your full weather update coming up for now let's check back in with isabel. >>ysabel: a group of people that rally in a park around a family whose 2 year-old daughter was killed in an accident last year. that girl was hit while walking with the mother. the mother also injured in the crash. kron 4 talk to the woman at a fund-raiser this week. >>j.r. stone: we've likely never seen or heard of land.
she is living a mother's worst nightmare. >> to her pelvis was shattered and her left arm had a compound fracture of the humorous. after everything and she had 18 screws and 2 plates in her left arm. she >>grant: was using this walkway to cross the street after a day at the park with her daughter. in a second everything changed. this driver caitlin who police say was text messaging struck both lelane and khalid killing the 2 year- old and seriously injuring her mother. >> i feel better and stronger every day but i am still side for my daughter. >>j.r. stone: day more than five months later she is able to walk with the help of a cane. she is in physical rehab but life is still very difficult. not a day, hour or minute goes by without memories of her two year-old. >> i never forgets my
daughter i taught her to >> chinese. >>j.r. stone: interview emotions crew high. her husband jeff described the hurt and pain the family is going through snow and that the driver in this case the only get a slap on the rest. >> to motions bed is one year in jail and five months' probation. >>j.r. stone: kron 4 news. >>ysabel: lion's club felt the did are fund raiser for the murray family. if she has extensive medical bills this stemmed from the accident. all the money raised goes to the family. >> a heartbreaking story because we have our own. and anything we could do to help support that. i feel for them. i hope they're able to get through it. >>ysabel: if you'd like to donate you can call lions
club and ask how about the fund. if as jerad reported police suspected the driver was text will driving. 18 year-old caitlin made her first court appearance thursday and she did not enter a plea and the judge granted her more time. her next court case is set for june 19th. she faces of these one year in jail for misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter. still to come, fresh attacks in baghdad that are now raising concerns about what their leaders can protect themselves in iraq. if let's look out side, the south bay and san jose, cloud still hanging over. hopefully we will have more blue skies as the day gets on it. we will be back.
more lives in the capital city, nine of the dead four police officers. we have video from just one of those explosions. officials say there were at least eight blasts in baghdad. the latest in recent weeks that have raised concerns about iraq's ability to protect itself. the national park service wants to reduce the size of off leash areas for dogs at least 21 sites within the golden gate national recreation area. if the dog owners are not happy to.about it. park service said these changes are needed because the visitors who have conflicts with stocks and the parks been run down by the pets. she explains why many are worried about the proposal. >>nicole: nearly 400 dog owners march from ocean
beach to the growth park. if there showing what would happen if the national recreation area goes through with plans to reduce the areas where jobs can be without a leash. if they think would overcrowd parts and put a strain on others who don't want to be around dogs. dodd activists eighth was 10,000 people vite visit these parts everyday's there for this plan would have a huge impact on city parks. he's worried about restricted access for dogs on local beaches. >> and will determine whether any of us have the ability to walk freely on federal property that we it all paid taxes to. there's no public process, they are allowing some public comment but it's only written. we don't have the ability to talk to anybody, lobby anybody and really there's no committee, known for your task force or anything it's one person that's going to make this decision. we find
that a little bit untenable. >>nicole: to since gathered signatures for a petition encourage others to submit comments before may 31st. in san francisco, kron 4 news. >>ysabel: still to come on kron 4 news weekend a break in the case this morning in the brutal beating of the giants fans at dodger stadium two months ago. we will offer a forecast as well.
>>ysabel: we just confirmed a breaking story out of l.a., please tell us they have multiple arrests in connection with the beating of brian stow suffered major brain damage. police served a search warrant on l.a. residents where they believe the suspects day. brian was attacked at giants stadium back in march they believe
two men were involved. he has since been taking out of the medically induced coma and transfer to san francisco general. we will bring you updates as they become available. let's go outside and take a live look, see how or whether it's shaping up. it is only shaping up beautifully but a little bit of a mixed bag. we see blue skies, >>janu: we are seeing overcast conditions out out side as well. breezy and mild this afternoon and the winds will pick up. a slightly warmer next week. temperatures outside everyone is in the '50s, 55 santa rosa, 53 san francisco, a upper 50s through now, concord and fairfield. 59 degrees los gatos. satellite and radar
showing a small storm system pushing into the pacific northwest. that is what screen that increasing cloud cover today and it will be windy. future cast for is set for new with wind gusts up to 20 m.p.h. in san francisco, 22 redwood city and that will increase. by 3:00 p.m. 30 mi. per hour gusts in san francisco, 26 and the file and by 6:00 getting up to 34 m.p.h. in san francisco, 29 san rafael, 20 in fairfield, 24 redwood city and we will see the winds into the evening. it's going to be a cool afternoon especially in places like richmond and san francisco canyon to 64 san francisco, a little warmer in santa rosa 73, upper 60s along the peninsula and cool
in half moon bay and 59 and 70 degrees for morgan hill. the baseball game, a's vs. giants of the first pitch at 1 of 5:00 p.m. we will sit at 62 degrees, warming up to 64 degrees by 3:00 p.m. mostly sunday but windy so print a light jacket with you. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, the windy conditions today coastal clouds on monday and lots of sunshine tuesday and a slight chance of sprinkles on wednesday. all warm out into the end of the workweek. >>ysabel: how thank-you, even as they were together as the five for the beatles work tirelessly working to make the name for themselves. there were plenty of pictures taken of them. here is a new photo exhibit seen right here in
san francisco until june 12th. this is the u.s. debut and joining us this morning is our san francisco are exchange. good to have you back. this is me, these are never before seen photos. >> a bit lost for almost 50 years until the photographer was going through some boxes in his studio and realized that he had shot so many photographs of the beatles during that very early period of time in their career. >> he said he was a 16 year- old kid just hanging out with them. >> they took him on as a mascot, he would show up at the case and had his camera and his name is paul and he went on to become a well- known symptocinematographer. they are on guarded, they are playing around and having a good time with this kid. they are wide open to
anything they ask him to do. >>ysabel: that's what makes this photo exhibit new and different and interesting. we have seen so much of the beatles, >> that's what's special is nobody has seen the shots. most of the things were familiar with are photographs that postdates their rise to fame. if this is on the threshold of fame and this is when they are are in reality, they figured they would have to go to work doing something three years later. this is when they didn't realize it was going to be that big. it's hard to imagine. it's been about 50 years. paul and john i'd say john was about 23 years old. >>ysabel: they already established their look the mop head and the suits were established.
>> to the unusual photograph of paul, you never see a photograph like this of col. he usually quite quiet and calm. this is one of the first the news in the world that came from prague to san francisco, we are the first american venue. we're the only gallery in the world that can actually sell them. after they leave us they are going to memphis for an exhibition. possibly carnegie hall towards the end of the year. >>ysabel: after these five decades of are these guys just as popular as the fog for? >> or on tv talking about them. >>ysabel: about the young kids today are the into the beatles? >> we have had betel
exhibitions in our gallery four years, right now we have the original at the road photograph that appeared on the cover. i get kids in their, teams, it's interesting how this didn't come in from santiago chile during the week and he is studying a course called now, then and beyond. it's a beatles class being taught in santiago university. >>ysabel: that is iconic and that is historic because that means they made some kind of the difference in the music culture. this big this kid was probably 20, he knew of at least as much about the beatles as any american adults i've talked to. >>ysabel: here's where we can go now displayed at the san francisco card exchange for more information you can get in at www.sfae.com,
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>>ysabel: breaking news at of southern california, police say they have multiple rest in connection with the savage beating of a giants fan brian stow. he suffered major brain damage. police served a search warrant on in l.a. resident. bryant was attacked at dodger stadium back in march and has since been taken it out of a medically induced coma in transferred to san francisco general hospital. we will learn new updates as they become available on our 9:00 p.m. show tonight. san jose sharks had back to the tank today hoping for another win against the vancouver canucks. if this will be game 4 of the best of seven games. the canucks
have the advantage to games to one. today's game is at noon. the giants claimed there second victory in a row over the oakland a's, buster posey in cody ross have a critical test and that was all san francisco needed for tim lincecum finishing his eighth complete game of the year. the score was 3-0. if the giants will go for the sweep this afternoon. soon an outside at&t park he will be able to relive of last year's world series run banks to a walkway that will encircled the ballpark. the world championship walk will let fans purchase of a brick and personalize them with proceeds benefiting charities. how at the racetrack, >> (cheering & applause) >>ysabel: the coarsening shackle for it battled for the lead, animal kingdom
came in second. that is kron 4 news weekend for this sunday morning, i am isabel and for marty and the rest of us think you for watching we will see right back here sevenseven 7:00 saturday morning and be sure to keep watching for updates on the brian stow case. >> (music) california should be proud.
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