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they took copper pipes. they came thursday, friday and saturday, on four consecutive days. another school in the area was hit. copper receives attempted to steal copper gutters off of the school. there's no word on whether they were successful. this be used continue to hit. it is worth about $400-$500 a pound. when you get about 10 lbs., you do the math. >> and memorial service will
be held this afternoon for a pregnant woman who was mauled to death by her own spitball. here she is, darlan a poor up. the dog that killed her in her home had rabies. craig skalar is alive in a redwood city with details on the memorial service. good morning. >> that was one of the many unanswered questions on what happened to that date. tomorrothe memorial service wile in redwood city. her private service. she was six months pregnant at the time of the attack. the family has to deal with her death and the death of her unborn child.
include her parents, husband, friends, nephews and nieces. >> a san francisco attorney who specializes in sexual harassment cases is now facing charges of sexual crimes against three victims. michael hoffman is facing charges that include several counts of sexual battery and assault, rape. one of the victims met hoffman's records list. one woman said she spoke on the phone with hoffman for four months before meeting him. when she met him in san
francisco she claims he began attacking her. >> a crime alert to tell you about. police are warning the public about a suspicious man offering rides to children. yesterday, 29 year-old girls were approached by a man near oak avenue. the girls refused the right and the driver then left the area. described as a white man in his '40's or 50's with white hair, a mustache and beard. he was driving a white pickup >> a quick break as the kron 4 morning news continues. pretty thick fog around the bay
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>> a big speech expected next month. president obama expected to unveil a tax cut, a job posting infrastructure ideas and how to deal with the long-term unemployed. the speech is expected in early september. >> fears of a terrorist attack on the tenth anniversary of 911. >> the risk that we are especially concerned of is a lone wolf terrorist act. someone with a single weapon and being able to carry out a wide scale massacres like this or that
we sought and norway recently. when you have one person that is a deranged or driven by a hateful ideology, they can do a lot of damage and it is a lot harder to trace those wolf operators. we are spending a lot of time monitoring and gathering information. i think that we generally have to stay volatile. little extra vigilance during 911. keep in mind the extraordinary progress we've made over the last couple of years in degrading al-qaeda as capabilities. they're a much weaker organization with was capabilities than they had in the last two- three years. the president says his administration is not let its guard down. >> much more ahead of the kron 4 morning news. whether and traffic on the other side of this >> there are delays up to 50
cloud cover is over san francisco and sfo. there are 50 minute arrival delays at sfo. oakland and san jose are doing all right. in the south bay we have a camera shot give you a look at conditions. visibility is a much better but you still see overcast skies. i wanted to give you a sampling of what we're expecting this afternoon. there will be a pleasant afternoon once again rid of this cloud cover. overcast conditions. by noon-1:00 p.m. on the fall will pull back. the
fall should pull back to the coastline and stay there for most of the day. by 7:00 p.m. the fall will begin to push back again and become more widespread by midnight. temperatures are doing ok. 50s and 60s. we have not seen much warming act. hoin the north bay temperatures in the '80s. what it will be a toasty day today. when let's go to traffic with george. >> we are not tracking any hot spots.
is up 108 points to 11,514. stocks are rising this morning. many companies are reporting strong earnings. i like seeing green on the big board. >> funeral services for three-year-old carlows not but was held yesterday. he was killed when he was hit by a stray bullet on august 8th. more than 200 family and friends as well as those from the community who did not even know the boy gathered for his funeral at st. bernard's church in oakland. for the first time, carlos nava sr. spoke about his loss. >> i am really going to miss him. he was really playful. >> some of the money that we
received in donations are going to go to a small foundation and to help other victims of crime. >> we need to stop the violence. we need to stop the gangs. does not matter what you are, black or latino. >> carlos nava sr. estimates that $20,000 was donated to his family on behalf of his son. >> the controversial issue of teen curfew has been ignited. will tran reports this morning, the issue has the support of two different prominent oakland council members. it >> a day after carlos was laid to rest, his memorial at international art continues to grow. his murder has briefed new-line into the issue of possibly expanding the oakland skin injunction. larry reed and exhausted belafonte say that police need more tools to deal with crime and murders. the hope is for those who
support the gang injunctions which are basically temporary restraining orders that restrict gang members from moving freely in certain areas, the hope is with this senseless murder, those who support it say maybe it will convince council members were clearly against king injunctions to extend them. will tran, kron 4 news. >> new details in the death of a kidnapped girl. two year-old matt live and her father died from carbon monoxide poisoning from the exhaust pipe of his suv. her parents reportedly in a bitter custody battle that sparked a statewide ever alert. they were found a week after this was reported. >> a judge was ruled out not to release information on how the year-old girl found dead and their retention pond. there is no information that will be
released about her autopsy report. the judge has decided. two dozen people were sickened in the sacramento water park because of a broken water pump and an electrical problem with a chemical dispenser. to much chlorine went into the wave pool. at least 15-20 people were hospitalized after being released. raging waters reopened yesterday. >> 7:20 a.m., i hope that your days off to a great start. here is a live look outside. a very foggy golden gate bridge. there are delays at sfo because of the fall. we will be right delays at sfo because of the fall. we will be right back. @p@po'
>> the two democrats targeted in yesterday's election are retaining their seats. republicans were able to hold onto for of the six seats in the recall elections last week. republicans still have majority control of the republican state senate. >> there is a lawsuit that has been filed against the fda by four of the five largest tobacco companies in the united states over these anti-smoking labels that includes photos of babies and diseased lungs and other graphic images. tobacco companies are saying that the warning labels violated their free speech by requiring them to carry a government sponsored appeal not to use their product. the fda says the labels are pretty powerful and a fresh warning about the dangers of smoking. >> lawyers for facebook and
its founder will be in a buffalo courtroom asking a judge to throw out a new york man's lawsuit claiming ownership and a social network after finding proof of the case being baseless. attorneys for the man says he has a contract for 2003 showing that he owns a portion of facebook. >> we all know that military deployment overseas is tough on families. what about the family pet? you might get an idea on how they react. pretty happy when their owners return. >> all of those heartwarming to legged reunions, the military ones that and and i love you? this is the for legged version. sunder paz is the great danes and name. this airman is arriving back from afghanistan. >> it was the best reed and
i have had. >> the best being the one with his wife. >> huge dogs and these little ones. k-9 reunions are running rampant. the goals and dogs cried over the return of their owners. these pets can turn a macho soldier into is soft. pahanfather's talk to their dogs likes to their kids. soldiers locked in a canine embrace. the doggy reunion
can even eclipsed the human one. the lady of the house handed her man the camera to show off her " welcome home ensemble but the dog kept stealing the show. of course and dogs have a pretty short attention span. after about 45 seconds of intense petting and chasing around, they are done. and for those of you who think the choice pat spring is hot air, it is the next best thing to a reunion.
are starting to see happening is stocks have moved down for a period of time, that has created an imbalance. the value of bonds that people hold a substantially higher than their investments. people are selling bonds and buying stocks every balancing their >> dell is not on the cutting edge in terms of the technological transition
that is taking place. that is why they have had to lower their guidance a bit. but john deere, talking about companies who are able to export products to developing markets and developing countries and continuing a fairly substantial growth, that is a pretty good place to be. hoi do not believe the storm has passed. we do not have a durable solution in europe. the european crisis will weigh on us again some point in the future. i am seeing band-aids being put on a solution that needs a more durable and lasting solution. >> steve massocca with wedbush equity management, a figure for joining us. the dow is now up 94 points. >> james fletcher is here
with the >> here is a view from the golden gate bridge. it is a foggy. we are seeing more overcast conditions otherwise cool so fog. the warm-up continues today. we are cooling off just in time for the weekend. let's take a look at fog tracker 4. it looks like the fog will burn off pretty rapidly. that should set this up for some decent heating. temperatures right now, mid-50s. this
hayward through both directions. a pretty forward right per marin county, 101 southbound, no problems. when >> back to school today and, receives are hitting schools in san francisco in the sunset district. police are investigating the copper thefts. this school was hit four times in the last week. jackie sissel is live at the alice fung school. >> would scrap copper at about $4.50 dollars a pound, copper is used to to to strike and make money off of this will was hit wednesday, thursday, friday and saturday, four consecutive days. thieves
struck the construction area. this is not the only school that has been hit. at another school sleeves attempted to steal the copper gutters. at the school there is no word of how much they got away with. at $4 or $5 a pound, it is a good payday for these guys. they continue to cash in on it. a memorial service will be held this afternoon for a pregnant woman who was mauled to death by her own pinball. darla napora was killed last thursday at her pacifica home. craig skalar is live in redwood city with
>> her service will be held at 1:00 p.m.. darla napora was six months pregnant at the time of the attack. her family is mourning the death of garlic and her unborn child. she raised that pitbull as a puppy. she was found with that dog standing over her. the dog was shot and killed. a necropsy could determine if the dog had rabies or any other cause for the erratic behavior. she had a great love of the outdoors and she was a marathon runner. a very
russia headsets >> in the national news, we're getting these live pictures into the newsroom. in new york a sanitation truck has crafted through the wall the building. it has caused quite a mess. here is the aftermath. authorities are saying that the truck driver lost control of the raid and then smashed through the wall of the second floor. hong the driver has been taken out of the truck. he was injured.
emergency responders are working at the moment stabilize the >> the first day of school for students and teachers in joplin missouri. this comes three months after the storms. this is video of the tornado destroyed the high school. they were having graduation ceremonies at a different location. some of the students returning as the cleanup continues there. others will have to attend a makeshift classrooms at the locations including an industrial park and a converted a big box retail store. 160 people including seven students were killed. much >> more ahead in the kron 4 morning news. it is the
can this guy be made into a great quarterback? >> all this means is you really do not have a starting quarterback. if you are in training camp and you do not know with the starter is, we're talking about this on the radio about a week ago. has there ever been anyone in history who waited six years and all the sudden became good? not on one team. whe >> in the nfl as seems there is a lack of quarterbacks. >> manning, bradley. in
college they are running the ball more. in college you do not necessarily see the drop back passes. that may be the most important position in all of sports. >> is think so. >> the guys coming at you are bigger than ever, you get hurt. >> when you are playing in the school yard, don't you always want to be the quarterback and make money? nowadays, everything has become so technical. the quarterback has something in his helmet for the coach to call the plays. >> back in the days we used to call our own place. >> not anymore. >> like in basketball and
magic johnson was playing, he could take the ball and run it down the floor. now, a lot of times players have the ball, the look over at the coach to tell them what to do. hong they are not the swashbuckling quarterbacks like they used to be. there are a few, but not like there used to be. >> this 11 year-old boy in minnesota at a minor-league hockey game, they call his name to come take a charity shots for $50,000. the kid is not in the stadium. they said his twin brother down to do it. the kid makes the shot clock from 89 ft. into a small hole to win $50,000. who the father came clean and told honesty is the best policy. they told the officials. now, that are
deciding whether or not they should give them the money. >> they will have to give it to them. >> it is up to the insurance company that insures the shot. >> was the is a business sponsorship? >> i believe so. >> if this is a business that people patronize, if they do not give it to the kid, especially after they came clean and it is the twin brother, people would know what to do with them. >> hopefully with enough publicity, it will force them to pay out. >> how many times do you stayed tuned at halftime if they tried to kick a field goal or have gold shot. 99 percent of the time it never works. >> closely this will pay out
just so the father to prove that honesty is the best policy. >> i have a survey, are you disagreeable or more cooperation in you? are you a disagreeable person or you consider yourself a more cooperative? >> as long as you do not bother me or my family, i am all for you. >> a new survey came out this segment more disagreeable make $10,000 more a year the people with warmth and compassion. how >> or maybe you come to work and someone says i have a great idea, do the news in your shorts, if you say that stupid, >> your disagreeable> but you make more money. [laughter] >> as long as you did not bother me, i do not care what you do. god bless you. >> i have proved that being
disagreeable makes you more money. abercrombie and fitch, you know the situation from the jersey shore? they want to pay him money and not to wear their clothing. they say that their clothing is of an aspirational nature and the situation could cause damage to their clothing line. they want to pay him not to wear their clothing. >> that is pretty good. the first guy to ever be paid not to wear something. they do, gary. -- thank you gary. >> we will be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues.
wedding. courtney kardashian just tweeted that the bridesmaids will be wearing green dresses. a lot of details are being kept a big secret. kim will be wearing a custom-made dress designed by vera wang. more entertainment headlines coming up next hour. >> dr. phyllis tenth season is being kicked off with a high profile interview, george and linda anthony. the interview will air september 12th. we will be right back. at dawn and hot
expected earnings for target, john deere and staples. new this morning we are learning that a big speech is expected from the president in the coming weeks. he is expected to unveil new ideas on speaking of job growth, the plan is likely to contain tax cuts, a job boosting infrastructure ideas. the president's speech is expected early next month. >> here's a quick look at whether and traffic. foggy in the city of san francisco. >> blue skies come this afternoon. but fog is set to burn off rather quickly. by noon it will be all gone but it will hang around the coast. coastal clouds in the
mix for this afternoon. here is a quick preview on what we can expect this afternoon. the temperature chart is showing a solid mix of '70s, '80s and '90s. hot hot hot that is what we have to look forward to this afternoon. one quick note about the cloud cover, it is causing delays at sfo. the temperature is right now or in the mid fifties for san francisco warming in the east bay. we're looking for
warm conditions. mid-upper 80s for a good number of spots. here is your 7 day forecast. it will be hot today and tomorrow. let's get a check on traffic. >> the traffic looks pretty well. pork there are some incidents here and there but no hot spots for your drive. there might be one developing on highway 4. i will show you that in a moment. at the bay bridge toll plaza, traffic is
back. we have had a higher volume of cars of the bay bridge coming to the end of summer vacation. we are backed up with an 18 minute drive time to metering lights are being stifled at a good rate. the volume is backed up. the sand until bridge looks good snow problems as you head of westbound. the volume here is high. there are no delays. drive time is 13 minutes on the golden gate bridge, the right from marin county, the volume is up but there are no problems with speeds. on highway 4, a motorcycle accident.
>> a developing story out of san francisco, copper facets from the school including one that has been hit off four different times. jackie sissel is live with the latest. >> would scrap copper prices hovering between $4.50 dollars a pound, fees continue to strike around the bay area. whethis one school has been hit four times. this time they were after copper pipes. we will
>> the tenth anniversary of the september 11th attacks are approaching. spheres are looming. president obama says a lone wolf attacks like the one in our way it is a bigger concern. >> their risk we are concerned of right now is below wolf terrorists. someone with a single weapon, like the widespread massacres in norway. if you have one person who is a deranged or driven by a call ideology, they can do a lot of damage and it is harder to trace those along of operators. we're spending a lot of time operating and gathering information, i think we generally have to stay vigilant. keep in mind
the extraordinary progress we have made over the last couple of years. >> the president says his administration is not letting its guard down. >> get has been two weeks since an american woman vanished and roebuck. the prosecutor says the man have travel insurance. investigators are staggerinstudying the policy. 's see if we can go back to new york city, we are watching a new dump truck dangling puckett from second story floor. the truck is dangling
of big stores are reporting strong earnings. thousands of verizon wireless workers on strike are getting a warning. get back to work or risk losing health insurance. 45,000 boys walked off the job more than one week ago. here is video from the protest. verizon says they have until the end of the month or they may lose benefits. >> here is a look at
added. the girls refused to ride and the man drove away. he was driving a white pickup truck. he was described as a white man in his '40's or '50's with white hair and beard. >> funeral services for three-year-old carlos nava " were held yesterday. he was killed by a stray bullet. more than 200 family and friends, even those in the community that he did not know gathered for his funeral at st. bernard's church in oakland. for the first time since withilosing his son, carlos nava senior spoke publicly. >> i will really miss him. he was really playful. some of the money that we received in donations are
going to go to a small foundation and other kids. we need to stop the violence and stop the games. carlos nava >> senior estimates that nearly $20,000 was donated to his family. >> the toddlers murder has reignited the controversial issue of teen curfews and gang injunction. as will tran reports the issue now has support of prominent oakland's council members. >> a day after carlos was laid to rest his memorial continues to grow. a life into the issue of possibly expanding oakland's gang injunction. bleary reed and ignacio del fuentes said a police the board tools to cut down on crime and murders. the hope is for those the support the gang injunction switcher
basically like temporary restraining orders, they keep gang members from moving freely in certain areas, the hope is, with his sons was murder, those who supported save maybe it will convince council members currently against gang injunction to extend them. when >> 8 judge has ruled not to release information on how the hero trees to grow found dead in an irrigation pontiff said to the suitcase died. the judge is saying now the case is over there is no need to release information from her
autopsy. >> new details, nearly two dozen people were sickened and the sacramento water park because of broken water pump and electrical problem. a chemical dispenser pond to much chlorine into the wave pool at raging waters. at least 15 out of 20 people were hospitalized. a quick break as the kron 4 morning news continues. a live look outside for mt. tam.
governor's proposal. republicans were able to hold on to four of their six seats in recall elections last week. they still hold majority control of the wisconsin state senate. >> a lawsuit has been filed by four of the five largest tobacco companies in the united states are the anti- smoking labels that include pictures of babies and diseased lungs and other graphic images. tobacco companies are saying that the warning labels violated free-speech by requiring them to carry a government sponsored appeal not use the product. the fda says the labels are powerful and a frank warnings about the dangers of smoking. lawyers for facebook and its founder will be in a buffalo quorum expected to ask a judge to throw out a new york man's lawsuit claiming ownership of the social networking site that the case is a baseless. attorneys say the man has a 2003 contract
>> the big stories we're looking at this morning, copper pipes are being stolen from schools. in one school, they were hit four days skin or rope. >> a memorial for a pregnant woman mauled to death by her own pitbull will be held in redwood city to that. the woman was killed last thursday in her pacific a home. >> a foggy morning in the bay area. drivers have on
headlights and windshield wipers. we're watching wall street as well. the dow jones is up 57 points right now. this morning we spoke with steve massocca. he says the economic storm could be far from over. >> i would not say the storm has passed. there is no durable solution in europe. i think european debt crisis will raise its ugly head again at some point in the future. what i have seen so far seems to be a lot of band-aids, a temporary solution to problem that needs a more durable, lasting solution. >> steve also said that today's positive numbers are a result of people selling bonds and buying stocks to rebalance their portfolios. >> the golden gate bridge is socked in by fog. james fletcher is here with look at more fog and may be some sunshine. >> here is a picture again. you cannot even see the
warm. along the east shore, oakland's 72, 75 in hayward. 79 in fremont. along the peninsula, 70 degree weather. here is a look at your 7 day forecast. inland highs will drop as we head into the weekend. let's get a look at traffic. >> a great commute so far this morning. there are no hot spots for your drive
around the bay area although we have noticed a bigger back up on the bay bridge. in 18 minute drive time westbound you're right on the san mateo bridge, a closer watch. is all has been reported near the base of a high-rise section. the san mateo bridge is incident free. the volume has been higher on the golden gate bridge this morning.
>> police are investigating copper recess at two different schools in san francisco. one school was before *. jackie sissel is live with details. >> darla napora was killed last thursday at her pacifica home. feudal services will be held for her today. craig skalar is live with details on her memorial service and also on what may have caused the dog to kill his owner. >> the memorial service will be in the redwood city, family and friends coming for a private service.
they're trying to cope with a loss of the 32 year-old woman who was six months pregnant when she was attacked and killed by her dog. they are asking why this pitbull turned so violent. she bled to death from her injuries. the dog was standing over her when the body was found. a necropsy could determine if the dog may have had rabies or what could have possessed the dog to actually attack her. a memorial service is coming up.
>> we have more information with access of copper. >> scrub copper is between $4.50 dollars a pound. it seems like copper thieves are trying to make as much money as they can. this school was hit four times in seven days. copper seems broke into a construction area and stole copper pipe. when an unknown amount of copper was stolen from the construction area. there was another school in the sunset district that was also hit. the thieves tried to get away with copper gutters
>> a sanitation truck is dangling on the edge of a new york city building. this truck crashed into the side of the building. this happened around 6:30 a.m. our time. their rear wheels are holding the truck inside. the driver made it out of the cab and made it to the hospital, he is reportedly in good condition. in other stories we're following, a man was talked down after spending
125 hours on this communications tower in oklahoma. he spent six days on the radio tower without food or water. police talk him down. it took six hours. no food or water since friday. he was starting to pass out. >> check out this video out of southern california. rescue crews were called in to save to 18 year-old headed up the mountainside without a hardness. they could not get back down the 300 ft. ledge. neither was hurt. >> much more ahead on the kron 4 morning news. chuck
are up. the traffic * r 18- 20 minutes for the westbound bridge to the macarther maze. the san mateo bridge, there was a stall reported in mid span at the base of a high-rise. that has been moved to the shoulder and is not backing of the westbound ride. you have some slowing it neared lucas valley road. traffic across the bridge moves well despite the fog. >> funeral services were held for three-year-old carlos nava nava. the child was killed when he was struck by a stray bullet back on august 8th in
oakland's. his father estimates that nearly $20,000 was donated from the community to his family. the potter's death has reignited the controversial issue of gang injunction and teen curfews. will tran says the issue has the support of two prominent oakland's council members. >> one day after carlos was laid to rest, his memorial continues to grow. his murder has breathed new life into the issue of oakland's gang injunction. leery reed and ignacio del of 28 say the least need more tools to cut down on crime and murders. hthe gang injunctions keep gang members from moving freely those who supported say that
maybe it will turn those members who are against it, to expand them. reporting from oakland, will tran. >> oakland's leaders are calling for more gang injunction. when like us on facebook to participate in this discussion. >> dr. phil is kicking off his tenth season with a high profile interview. the
the suspension bridge is the installment of four catwalks that go to the top of the suspension tower. the orange cat walks arcs essential for installing the main cables but not for people afraid of heights or a cat walk that moves. >> the catwalks are what they stand on to build cables. it is basically a large-scale chicken wire. it is flexible. >> that flexibility is important to accommodate a week and the wind. soon, the next phase will go into play, building the main suspension cables. when it is all said and done, this is what the cable will look like that will support the bridge. there are more than 17,000 rods 5 mm in diameter. they're very strong. just one of them has potential strength to support the weight. when the
cable is finished the crews will transfer the weight of the bridge onto it and this temporary support will be removed. >> is it time to start worrying about the san francisco giants? * back-to- back losses, are they fall apart? the giants are 3.5 games back but is the season over? >> kevin federal line is a father once again. he welcomed his fifth child
see is, bonds have moved up so much and bonds for a period of time have moved down, that is causing imbalance. the bonds that people hold are substantially greater than their current investments. i think we're starting to see people selling bonds and buying stocks to rebalance the portfolio. >> the early surge that we saw comes after positive company earnings. >> new this morning we are getting word that a big speech is expected from president obama. he will unveil new ideas for speeding up job growth and helping struggling, or middle-class. that speech is expected early next month.
at your numbers. warming to about 92 in morgan hill. warming to about 90 degrees in walnut creek. in the east bay temperatures should state into the '70s. we are a few degrees warmer than yesterday. in santa rosa, 88. here is your 7 day around the bay. warm today and tomorrow. hawks partly cloudy conditions and cooler. >> we are looking at a
>> police are investigating copper desk from schools in san francisco. one school has been fitfuhit four times. jackie sissel is live with details. >> scrap copper is between $4.50 dollars a pound. the thieves are becoming more and more brazen. reported that the school had been hit four times. we spoke with the principle. these pipes right here, these copper pipes, the downspouts running along the outside of the school, that is what the thieves targeted. that is what they have been
stealing. >> some people came on campus for three-four nights in a row, the first night they unscrewed all the screws from the copper pipes. we called the mavens department to put them back on. the second night when and one guy was caught up in the sense. there were three pipes already on the ground on the other side of the building but they have not taken them. the third night, when we came to work, six of the pipes were completely gone off of the campus. on saturday morning, one of my staff members saw someone throwing the pipes over the fence. these people are very bold.
>> each of the pipes could go upwards of $1,000. there was another school hit in the neighborhood. as long as the scrap copper prices continued to stay high, and the thieves get more daring. >> another story that we're watching, a memorial service held this afternoon for a pregnant woman mauled to death by her own pitbull.
>> darla napora was six months pregnant. the family is dealing with her death as well as the death of her unborn child. the dog was shot and killed by authorities. a necropsy could determine if the dog had rabies >> we will be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues. a live look from san jose. potomac the half
police >> in tampa florida say they were able to stop a mass murder plots at a high school. an attack was planned for the first day of classes. the police chiefs just wrapped up a press conference and said that this could have been a catastrophic event. the tampa police department received information around noon that there was an individual that had intentions of exploding some devices at freedom high school on the first day of school next week. the tampa police department's in cooperation with the hillsborough county school system started to investigate the information and found that it was very credible. they were able to put a name to the information, the individual was a 17 year-old white male by the name of the jury kingman. a previous student at freemafreedom eyes.
>> the dow jones is up over 100 points in early trading, now turning negative. half of the dow was down to 11,384. thousands of verizon wireless workers are on strike and getting a warning from the retailer. 45,000 employees walked off of the job because of their benefits of verizon says they have until the end of the month or they could lose benefits completely.
we did have this all reported but it never turned into a hot spot. we have been enjoying a good ride all morning long. >> police are warning the public about a suspicious man. 29 year-old girls were approached by a man in your old group. he offered them a ride. he is described as a white man in his '40's or '50's, a white beard and mustache with white hair driving a white toyota with a decal of a bug on the door. >> funeral services were held yesterday for three- year-old carlos nava. he was
killed when he was struck by a stray bullet during a drive-by shooting on august 8th. more than two one- family, friends and those from the community who didn't even know the boy gathered. >> i am really going to miss my son. there are no words to describe. some of the money that we got indignations will go to the foundation. we need to stop the violence. we need to stop the games. it does not matter where you are, if you are black or latino. >> nearly $20,000 was
donated to his family on behalf of his son. >> the toddlers murder has reignited the controversial issue of teen curfews and gang injunction. the issue still has a lot of opposition. people >> this morning are continuing to stop by at the memorial for carlos. this memorial is being used by people on both sides of the gang injunction issued. the group known as critical resistance will hold a news conference right here to voice opposition against the injunctions. they're basically like temporary restraining orders limiting the gang member ability to move freely in certain areas. the aclu is against the injunction saying that it is illegal. some leaders
the police only need more tools to fight the crime. >> new details in the death of a kidnapped girl. two year-old madeline and her father died from carbon monoxide poisoning from the tailpipe of this suv. they were found a week after he kidnapped his daughter after learning his wife was awarded full custody. her disappearance sparked a statewide amber alert. the suspect's brother is now speaking out for the first time. >> he was the best father. he was a devastated. >> they said that he sounded defeated after the court ruling. >> a judge has ruled not to release information on how
>> to let about this video, a sanitation trucks in dangling over the edge of in a parking garage in queens. the driver said there was a malfunction and contract came flying out of the edge of the second story of this building. they were able to get the driver out successfully. he was taken to hospital but is expected to be ok. new details of london, police are saying
1000 people have been charged in the riots. some fear that judges are handing out disproportionate sentences. prosecutors are defending the sentences saying that penick was caused. a quick break, we are back in 2 minutes as the kron 4 morning news continues. here is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza.
francisco. one school was hit four days in a row. a memorial for the pregnant woman mauled to death by her own pitbull will be in redwood city today. darla napora was killed thursday in her pacifica home. a very foggy morning around the bay area. wipers and headlights. the dow is now down 21. earlier this morning we spoke with steve massocca from wedbush equity management. he says the storm is far from over. >> i think that we still did not have a durable solution in europe. i think european debt crisis will raise its ugly head once again at some point in the future. what i have seen so far appears to be band-aids being put on her a problem that needed
more durable, lasting solution. >> also said that today's polybupositive numbers are from people buying bonds and selling stocks. louisa hodge has more with what to expect for today. >> we are socked in. low cloud cover. the fog to burn off quickly as we head towards the afternoon. it looks like temperatures are in the '50s and '60s. as we head towards the afternoon. we are not done with the fog but we are expecting warm temperatures today and into tomorrow as well. in terms of temperatures we are seeing them in the '50s and '60s. here is a look at the
we held have a back up at the bay bridge toll plaza. the 880 approach is no longer backed up along the ramp. we're incident free on the bay bridge. on the stand until bridge we have seen heavier volume. very consistent conditions on the san mateo bridge. you will be in the fog on the waldegrave and across the span. >> a developing story of san
francisco, police are investigating copper recess. once was hit four times. jackie sissel has been live getting information about the facts. >> we have been talking about all morning. scrap copper is between $4.50 dollars a pound. every time the price goes up, the criminals get more and more brazen. earlier this morning we reported a string of copper assess at this chinese alternative school in the sunset district. we resolved that this was a construction site, that is not the case. these criminals were taken and downspouts, along the outside of the school. >> hot ha last week a few
people came on campus and an unscrewed all of the screws from the copper pipes. we noticed that and called the maintenance department. the second night one guy was cotton hopping the fence. three types were already on the ground but they were not taken. the third night when we came to work, six of the pipes are completely gone, saturday morning someone was seen by one of the staff members these people are very bold. >> toile-13 pipes went missing. she estimates each of those pipes could be worth $1,000 each. >> another story we are
watching, a memorial service being held this afternoon for a pregnant woman mauled to death by her own pitbull. darla napora was killed thursday in her pacifica home. craig skalar is live in redwood city. >> that service will happen in a few hours. family and friends are coming here for a private service. they are still trying to cope with the loss of darla napora. she was six months pregnant at the time of the attack. the dog was shot and killed by a 40's. and the crops can
determine if the dog had rabies or something else wrong causing this erratic behavior. the memorial for today's service, people are referring to the borah as a vibrant woman. the service will be at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon. >> we are right back as the kron 4 morning news continues. the dow was down 4.8 points.
>> the democrat started unless 9 selection recall fled the state to avoid voting on the governor's proposal to curb collective bargaining rights. republicans were able to hold on to four of their sixth season. republicans still hold majority control in the wisconsin state senate. a lawsuit is being filed against the fda by four of the five largest tobacco companies over these anti-smoking labels. inhibit free speech. the fda says the labels are powerful and frank warnings about the power of smoking. the lawyers of facebook and its founder, will be in court expecting to throw out a man's lawsuit claiming
ownership of the social or after finding proof of the cases be baseless. a man says he has a 2003 contract that makes him the house owner of facebook. >> kron 4 has released a free at 4 android. search for kron 4 in the android marketplace to download. if you do not have an android you can still get the latest updates on your facebook. >> we will be right back as the kron 4 morning news when " ... if
>> defect kron 4 we are proud about your work with the middle which foundation. the auction a chance for someone each to allow your child to the weather. a special thank you to spencer and ginnie wang, here with the weather forecast is care stand. >> good morning. >> " good morning. we're going to do the weather
>> what is the temperature in a santa clara, san jose and milpitas? >> 83. >> what about in walnut creek? >> 9 degrees. that is hot. what should people wear? >> a t-shirt. >> how warm as it in castro valley? an alameda? if >> 72. >> great job. >> what about in daly city? >> 67. >> in the north bay, which plays do we want to pick? >> mill valley. >> how warm is in the mill
valley? >> 82. >> that is san rafael. this is mill valley down here. >> 72. >> this is what everyone waits for, the 7 day around the bay. how warm as a going to be today and tomorrow? >> warm. >> is it going to be different over the weekend? >> yes. cloudy. >> these are the best interest group of ladies that i have seen. they're getting ready to start school. we have had a lot of fun having these ladies in the studio with us today. shearson did a great job.
>> school stars this week for the city of joplin missouri, the city that was devastated by the tornadoes storms. students are returning to makeshift classrooms as a school continues to clean up when the tornado hit at the school, credulous and services were taking place at another location. president obama says as the anniversary of 911 approaches, a lone wolf attack is our biggest concern.
>> long wolf terrorist is someone with a single weapon, being able to carry out wide scale massacres like the sort that we saw in norway. when you have one person that is deranged or driven by hateful ideology, they can cause a lot of damage. we are spending a lot of time monitoring we generally have to stay vigilant. keep in mind the extraordinary progress we have made in degrading al- qaeda its capabilities. they are a much weaker organization with much less capabilities. >> the president has said that has a mistress and is not letting its guard down. we will be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues.
as of today the song last friday night reached no. 1 on the billboard top 100. dr. phyllis ticking off his tenth season with a high profile into a, george and cindy anthony will break their post trial silence on the season premiere of dr. phil. that will be airing september 12th. abercrombie and fitch is offering a substantial amounts of cash to one of the members of the jersey shore. they do not want him to wear their clothing. apparently they did not like his party party image. is it time to start