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>>reporter:residents of a san bruno neighborhood who survived a 2010 gas line explosion are expressing jitters over another gas leak thursday morning in the same area. more than a dozen homes were evacuated because of the leak which happened after a contractor working for the city of san bruno accidentally hit the gas pipe using a backhoe. the leak happened at the
intersection of earl avenue and glenview drive, the same intersection where a huge gas pipeline exploded on september 9, 2010. that blast killed eight people and left more than 50 homes damaged or destroyed. kron 4's terisa estacio reports the thursday leak brought back memories of the disaster for many people in the area some of whom have rebuilt their homes. it took about a half an hour to turn the gas off on thursday morning. when i spoke to residents said they did not want to get on camera. there were just too emotional. i was able to speak to one person however that is coming up at 6:00 p.m.. >>pam: people on the edge it has been nearly two years since that deadly gas line explosion. and at that time they make some amazing transformations. >> this is google earth from september 20th 091 year
before the explosion. moving forward in time to keep in mind that this gas line explosion was right here on this corner. the next was december 2010, this huge crater and the charred remains of the 38 homes that were destroyed slashed damaged by the fire. also trees are burned. l 8 once ford may, 2011. the neighborhood has gone underneath a major cleanup with the rubble removed and new grass sprouted up. just the faint outline of homes. also blue tarps of homes being renovated. the side of the explosion has a huge line of sandbags and the tarps. june, 2011 you can see construction has begun on the two new homes on the northern edge of the burn zone. renovations on several other damaged homes. the last irreal was october
2011. this aerial view showing that this new construction and this side of the explosion was a car covered -- part covered has now been covered by a car. construction is still being renovated. charles clifford, kron 4 >>pam: new tactics for oakland police. >> we are actually putting officers and place because of the required reduction crime reduction. we're hoping to read d reduce -- crime. >>pam: haazig madyun went inside your >>reporter: going after guns
and gains in silent streets of oakland. >> to do that the reshuffling of the deck has been done as the oakland police have with reassignment of the neighborhood beats to the designated crime fighting units. officer. >> we are shifting some of our resources and some of that is taking our problem- solving officers. they will be wheat unsigned and forming a crime reduction team. this is a very proactive law enforcement team that is going to be going out and addressing our burglaries, homicides and robberies. the crimes in progress. >>reporter: that crime reduction team will be in oakland and in west oakland. >> they will do everything from undercover operations, surveillance. >>reporter: officer watson want people to know that oakland is only reducing the number of problem resolving
officers not getting rid of them all together to form this new crime fighting unit. >> this shows that our city is broken into 35 different beats in the entire city with 35 problem-solving officers. the problems of an officer was to be assigned to each beat in the city >>reporter: haazig madyun kron4 >>pam: in san francisco police are battling a recent surge in violent crime. today another shooting in the western addition neighborhood. a man, woman in their 20s were shot about 12:30 while there were standing on a street corner. both are expected to survive but it is another example of the summer surge in violence. dan kerman has been analyzing the numbers. he gets a better idea of how dire. >>reporter: it is a mixed bag, pam. some neighborhoods are taking on the bulk of the problem taken look at
the numbers. and homicides are increasing 28 last year 41 this year that is an increase year to date of 46%. and shootings, have dropped. only slightly. about 2 percent compared to last year. the robberies have also dropped slightly slightly but burglaries are up by 17%. the san francisco police the focus is on bringing in the murders and shootings. >> gun violence although there has been a lot of shootings there has been more fatalities. it is not a situation that we can just work in one moment. there is nobody taking any time off until we get a handle on does. >>reporter: the bulk of these neighborhoods has been and this visitation valley, and since saturday, there has been another fort gang- related robberies and. this
one neighborhood is in the bulk of the police trouble. >>pam: the police chief said no time off. what else are they doing. >>reporter: and the month of june the saturated that section where the gangs were concentrated. they were bringing that problem under control. now they are saturating the east portion of that neighborhood hoping to bring this round of shootings to stop. >>pam: also encouraging the community to get involved? >> yes. he said that he would rather have people show up and start talking to police to stop and think these shootings instead of showing their support at vigils. >>reporter: police are saying to stay inside their homes while they are searching for this dangerous man. this all started in the
newpolice hope a sketch will help someone recognize the for a brief time people were suspected killer of a san francisco hairstylist who was found bound and gagged in june. >> while they were searching for the suspect police put the neighborhood on lockdown. they say that bentsen did surrender peacefully. he has been booked on one count of assault with a deadly weapon. they're not saying what the weapon is. bentsen had served 15 years in prison for assault with a deadly weapon. >> jacqueline: still, we are seeing some fog along the coast >>pam: coming up a one in going out as swimmers had a
swimming hole. warnings. and also a 40s word in one neighborhood. three commercial plane just seconds colliding at a busy airport. this makes up nearly led to tragedy and our investigators say this happened. that -- mix up. coming up with warnings made by the psychiatrist must be nice, cheering on team usa from the shallow end. back in '08, we didn't have these u-verse wireless receivers that let you move the tv around wherever. no siree, bob. who's bob? and if you didn't have a tv outlet, well then you couldn't watch diddly-squat. you talk a lot. you have no idea how good you have it. that's not working. [ grunts ] [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver, only from at&t. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible.
swimmers at a populated swimming hall are being warned of this high level of bacteria. swimming -- whole. >>reporter: shadow cliff lake and pleasanton this swimming hole... this not meet state standards and could make people sick. the east bay water management officials conducted tests. at one area they found that the bacterial count was over twice the neaccepted level. these levels are not high enough to close the beach it is still safe for swimming. they're even traces of the collider. however, they - they are saying to not drink the water because there are natural to e = = e
coli.. also leave their droppings in or around the water. it is not unusual for the bacteria count to go up when the weather gets warmer. the regular snow. >> it is not that bad but the keys. the regul status-understand. those -- canadian geese. >> in the five years they have never known anybody to get sick. maureen kelly, kron 4. >> catherine: a very close call at reagan international airport. the faa is investigating how to reach different commercial planes ended up on a course to collision. air traffic recordings from the moments just after this disaster was diverted. >> we have cleared that river. >> 3129. stand by.
>>reporter: the federal aviation is trying to figure this out investigators want to know of three planes came dangerously close to colliding at reagan international airport. it forced air traffic control to make changes. of departures and land teams. they say that there was a miscommunication and those changes were not related to everybody that needed to go for as a result those two planes did not have the appropriate guidance. >> that this communication should not have happened! >> this air traffic control realized at the last moment. >> you can hear the confusion
>> we have to get on ground pretty quick. >> the ft-- the faa is investigating. >> we will get to the bottom of this. >> kron 4. 4the chick fil a controversy act we turned out to be really good for the day's business. they are showing their own support with a national same-sex kiss day. at check light. >> testimony resumed for the group pettersson and illinois. he is charged of
killing his third wife. there has been in this trial because of blunders in the prosecution of the --drew peterson case. they're trying to prove that he killed his third wife. he is also a suspect in the 27 disappearance of his fourth wife. >> catherine: this huge sinkhole in new york almost swallowed up an entire car. this was the scene in brooklyn. 15-ft opened up leaving that parked car. the woman said that, and her little girl had been in the car only five minutes earlier. this sewer main break made the damage and it will take a few days to repair. >> jacqueline: this live look with clouds increasing at this hour the fog is going to be more present for this weekend. it shows the fog along the coast starting to move towards san
francisco. and through the entire bay area, overnight. temperatures will remain warmer. with 90's, inland! 80s and the south bay and the 80s in the north and with only 55 degrees in half moon bay. 65 degrees in oakland. look at that in oakland, 93 degrees! take a look with the sea breeze is taking over bringing more fog tomorrow and even more on the saturday & sunday. below-average and low 80s for the inland valleys by saturday and sunday. let us take a look at temperatures. they will be rubber warmer. hoto will be -- rather warmer. even 90's and still a few locations. 80 degrees in concord. the east bay shores are dropping into the '60s
and '70s. 73 in san leandro. the peninsula will also see 70's. back to the north bay in mixture of '70s and '80s but still 91 degrees in fairfield. and 84 degrees in santa rosa. a look at your extended forecast with cooler weather. below- average for the inland valleys in the bay shore. will start to warm up slightly. it is still going to see that fog in the forecast but will mainly be along the coast and the bay shore. temperatures will return back to the low 90s by thursday. >>pam: the golden gate bridge you can see heavy fog pushing through the tower. they are also showing some slow conditions towards marin county. the bay bridge toll plaza showing clear
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>>pam: at least eight people are looking for a new place to live after a fire in a san jose apartment building. this was about 9:00 a.m. fire crews and say that several people were in the side. there were all able to safely a skate because of the smoke detectors and the fact that somebody notified the fire department by pulling the fire alarm. however, a second-floor unit 80. at this off ramp nearly flipped over. the chp was pulling a trailer when it overturned on to the right shoulder of the freeway. this happened about 1:00 p.m. working crews were trying to reopen those
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>>pam: could the colorado, movie massacre have been up avoided. new information that the psychiatrist found about this violent behavior. >> bay area police scramble after this suspect got away from custody. the event is social no working bubble bursting? some analysts are saying yes. the facebook values stock crumbling.
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massacre suspect was seeing a psychiatrist. chief reportedly tried to convey the worries to her colleagues at the university of colorado. they were contacted. nobody called police. it is a painful tragedy leaving 12 people dead could something could have been done or said to have been prevented? he was seeing this woman. dr. fenton is a specialist and schizophrenia and threat assessment. this says that on june 7th from kmgh this was a failure from an oral exam. he also went out and purchased an assault rifle and spoke to his psychiatrist. >> we do not know what those discussions were but
it was a very high stress area for him. something he said to his psychiatrist caused her to contact the university of colorado threat assessment teams. >> catherine: fenton was also a member of that team and she helped to put it together. she was concerned and contacted several colleagues on the team. >> but they decided after a day or so not to convened. the reason was three days after he purchased that rifle on june 10th he dropped out of school. and we are told that they had no jurisdiction. so there was nothing that they could do. >> catherine: the bottom line is that nobody called the aurora police. what could have been the red flag was not acted upon. this school has refuted to comment. still no comment
that he sent his psychiatrist a notebook. it reportedly contained descriptions of the planned attack. holmes defense attorneys are demanding information on who leaked that. >>pam: a domestic violence is back in custody after three hours after he escaped. at stanford university. this is scott foster. authorities say that he got away from officers after 2:00 a.m. they police -- residents to lock their doors. this is video. the a eventually caught up to him before 6:00 a.m.? >> we are going to be investigating and weather the officer responsible for his well being followed procedures or not.
>>reporter: was the door locked even and domestic cars there are child proof locks are there any ways to explain how he got out? >> not into we investigate and look into the matter. >>pam: additional charges with fleeing from police and resisting arrest. >>grant: we are profiling the most wanted suspects. they are searching for a murder suspect. the victim, 28 year-old was found. . police hope a sketch will help someone recognize the suspected killer of a san francisco hairstylist who was found bound and gagged in june. 28-year old steven "eriq" escalon was last seen alive getting into a taxi with the person in the sketch at 440 castro street at 1:30 a.m. on june 12th. his murdered body was found that evening inside his home in the 5000 block of diamond heights blvd. police say the man in the sketch is between 25 and 30 years old who has a slim build and is between 5 feet
8 and 5 feet 10 inches tall. he was wearing a black t- shirt. >> a point of contention for bart commuters. to bring their bicycles. however, a pilot program will be starting tomorrow. with the normally black out hours this could be permanent by side so bicycle commuters. >> this pilot program addresses three different concerns that cyclists have repeatedly raised. fairness. presently, only by cyclists are excluded from entering stations during rush hour. another issue is options. bicycle theft. add to towards many passengers from leaving their bite at a station. and of course part of the action is that many
times people need their bike on both incidences of their journey. >> this pilot program will be in effect on all five of friday's mornings and nights for the month of august. for the sale of miners. this was intended to curb underage smoking. this substance abuse and mental health agency were following these sales. from 1997, 40% of sales have dropped and that is also decreasing. but the rate of decline has slowed. apostolic of the facebook closed at $20.40. the ipo price was nearly $38. part of this was a new report that shows the social
media has $83 million reduplicate accounts. that is a turnoff with investors because those cannot see advertising. groupon also sought a all-time low. this could be the beginning of a bubble burst for social and media. >>gabe: for about one year at this impending media social bubble bursting. so much hype. they do not turn a huge profit. groupon and zynga being the litmus tests. they have it all new lows and analysts are taking a trifecta failure as the official social event bubble burst is upon us. >> i think the bubble has burst. i do not want to over too much of the hyperbole about double bubble is blowing up. everybody has been trying to
jump in and go public and now we're seeing a reaction. this just gets down to companies to not make anything. there's still something to be said for producing something. when you have so many choices out there with social media. you cannot just say that i'm going to put it everywhere. we are seeing reaction to that. if this continues for this summer you were going to see more negative reactions in this portion of the market. towards the election, it could have a bearing on the entire economy. not just social media. it is one of those areas where people are really going to be weary for several years to come. >>gabe: gabe slate, kron4 >> jacqueline: 90's to pleasanton, concord and near 90's and sunnyvale. 86
degrees in napa. the fog would not go away cured over the bay bridge toll plaza we are looking at sunny skies but now a look from the golden gate bridge it changes that fog is thick. it will become more extensive and as we go for the next couple of days. right now is along the coast. just touching san francisco but it will be going inland and towards the south-bay and north bay, overnight. here is what we can expect. with widespread fog coverage because that is going to really cool things down! as that marine air will push inland. and 70's & 80's to morro but even a bigger cool down as we go towards the weekend. just how cool it is going to get. and your extended forecast, coming up. >> catherine: president, signed a secret order
allowing for the cia and other agencies to help the rebels of the country of syria. the assistance did not include giving them arms. but just helping them with communications. former u.n. secretary says that he is stepping down. he cannot do much because of the security council is caught up in finger-pointing and name-calling. >> prosecutors in japan are going to investigate the fukushima dai-ichi as they see this could be a possible negligence. this parliamentary is showing that this is a man-made disaster. it should have been predicted, and planned for. it was crippled after last year's tsunami. the worst nuclear accident since chernobyl. and in taiwan
closed-circuit cameras showing this man getting swallowed by a sinkhole. just one of the recent casualties of that typhoon. the ground opened up beneath him. 23 people including that man have died from a typhoon. it is expected to move on to china. >> you are looking at a confused kitten stock in ontario, canada. it had been in there for a long time. it finally figured out where it was stuck. firefighters for input to get it out. and they named hello?
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detailed plans for tackling the debt crisis. it closed at just under 12,000. the nasdaq also lost 10 points. and the standard and poor's also lost 10 points. the european the central bank has tried to initiate a bond buying program. however, the german the bank did not want to back the central bank proposal. >> employers could be more generous with raises. and we are at the new york stock exchange with what to expect. >>reporter: the good news they can expect a 2.9% in 2013. that will be the biggest increase in over five years. mercer said that nearly all were going to boost salaries but some employees are getting
bickers than others. top performers can expect 4.5. however, just a 10% for an average worker. oil and gas are expected to give out some of the biggest. their workers have very specific skill sets. and also employers are boosting paid to it attract the best and best applicant and hold on to their top employees. they also of more cash because the economy continues to grow. not just pay increases. there will be less cuts and freezes well more employers are expecting extra perks like catchwords. in this time of economic recovery some good news for workers. >>pam: jaclyn? >> jacqueline: some sunny skies and fog right along the coast it is pushing toward san francisco. these
low cloud coverage is starting to push back. temperatures are warm away from the coast and cool on along the coast with only 54 at half moon bay. concord, 93 degrees. 96 degrees in fairfield. and in the south bay temperatures in the 80s the same in the north bay. for the next several days we are going to see cooler temperatures. . and into tomorrow more widespread cooling temperatures for this weekend. and even more cooling with temperatures dropping below average to the low 80s for the inland valleys. let us take a look at future cast. more 50s. not just along the coast but also the no. date indicated by the blue. as we go towards noon temperatures are going to mainly be in
the '70s and '80s but will have a couple of 90s. let us get to it neighborhood by neighborhood 84 degrees in sunnyvale. 82 degrees in campbell. inland valleys once again the warmest locations but we are going to see several degrees cooling than what we saw today. 92 degrees in antioch, pleasanton. 88 degrees in walnut creek. certainly more comfortable as we go towards the rest of the weekend. temperatures for the east bay shores. 70's and san leandro. 70's in fremont but not much changing along the coast. remaining with 60s for san bruno. 79 degrees in redwood city. the north relocations will mainly be in the 80s scored 86 degrees in sonoma. santa rosa 84. 84 also and napa with a look a your extended forecast. those sea
breezes will increase over the weekend with a cooling trend for this weekend. below-average on saturday and sunday. next week that fog will remain along the coast and the bayshore but not quite as extensive. temperatures will beginning an upward trend with low 90's. >>pam: these wildfires in california is burning along a first in number five in northern california near lake shasta. forcing evacuations of 100 homes. this is the community of o'brian. north of redding it has consumed 500 a. and it is 20 percent containment. and hope, the fire is also threatening 30 commercial buildings and 100 other structures. when outbuilding has been destroyed. >> also are a far containment in southern california this marietta. it is east of santa ana. north
of san diego. at least 1 ft. has been destroyed and 10 other homes are in the path of the police. it has spread over several acres. let us take a look at the traffic of the guadalupe overpass. headlights are southbound it is the slowest. the northbound looking decent and the overpasses also slow. the san mateo bridge looking decent eastbound, westbound we will be back. must be nice, cheering on team usa from the shallow end.
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>>pam: compromised security at the pentagon. was the agency's director what is the most search topic something that could get several americans fired! >> details of the new basketball team record set the day. not just one, 2 but several records are broken. gary radnick as sports, coming up. >> jacqueline: this live look from our roof cam over downtown san francisco with mostly clear skies. that fog is ready toush back with cooler weather. coming up.
soaring in san francisco. three people had been shot in just four days. one man killed and another here. two were brought a light. >> this is a jungle not a safe place to live by any means. >> san francisco are battling an increase with another shooting. this is in the western addition neighborhood. a man and woman were shot about 0:30 weather or standing on a street corner. both are expected to survive. about 12:30. while they were standing on a street corner. this spike. >>dan: it is mainly in one troubled it neighborhood. we can take a look at the recent statistics. 28 homicides yester last year. however, 40's 41 already this year. and 18 of
the murders have been since the month of june. it could be surprising that shootings have dropped but just only 2%. and robberies have also dropped slightly but the burglary rate has increased by 70 percent. the focus is on at the murders & shootings. >> it is not a search tuition that we are pleased to contend with. there is nobody around here taking a day off until we can get a handle on this. >>dan: visitation valley is one of the worst areas. there has been 10 in the month of june. four gang related deaths on this portion of the valley. this one neighborhood is having most of the problems. >>pam: starting to get the community involved what else is the police department doing? >>dan: the police department is saturating this neighborhood. with the month
of june deaths hopefully decreasing @ now they're focusing their efforts on this portion of the neighborhood. >>pam: a pastor spoke about reaching out to the young generation. >> we have to show these young people that if we continue on this path that many of them have chosen, it is a losing battle. you will never win because there is not going to be enough of oz to fight. they will disappear and it will be no more fighting because will all be gone. >>pam: in oakland crimes committed by miners are increasing according to oakland police 419 juveniles have been are arrested. and oakland youth were just taken into this weekend with four youths. in connection to a home invasion. >> we have seen this last
year the city of oakland has seen an increase would juvenile involved in crime. we have seen the range of burglaries, street robberies, and automobile theft. it is summertime and school has not started. sometimes you make choices putting them in eight difficult direction of criminal activity. >>pam: as part of their overall crime efforts their newly formed crime reduction team with in oakland to youth. >> pg&e ruptured by construction crews in today at the same san bruno and neighborhood. two years ago if you recall if it killed eight people and destroyed dozens of homes. terisa estacio is live with it today. they have everything under control? >>reporter: yes. it is a very unnerving situation.
the gas line happened right over in the middle of the street this construction crew was putting and a water main when they hit a gas line. take a look. this is the two-inch pipe that was ruptured. that huge coach in the pike. pg&e responded, quickly. that huge -- fgouge... although this situation was quickly dealt with. because that rupture was so close to ground zero. when it erupted in a fireball in 2010 that this was a very unnerving situation. >> it was a bit eerie. to know that it was exactly the same spot for the last explosion took place. you start thinking that there has the line is it dead. but until you know hall long that has been hit you are hoping that it is not the
same thing all over again. >>reporter: now, 14 homes were evacuated because of this situation. but they all returned, safely california officials are going to be out here inspecting. there were meetings that took place. earlier to try to make sure that this does not happen again. reporting live, terisa estacio, kron4. >>pam: as you can imagine residents did not want to talk about what happened. off-camera there were too upset about being evaluated even it was for a short time it. one person learned about this at said that it was understandable that everybody is still upset. >> this neighborhood is still rebuilding. anny minor activity can be very unnerving. i just got home and found out about this from you. and we have
already been having to evacuate. >>reporter: it some people are going for a walk but they do not want to talk about it. >> correct summit to but some did not. we have met some neighbors on the other side some -- do not want to talk about it but some do. we have met neighbors on the upper portion of the avenue. >>pam: an independent investigation is launched. >>grant: there is space search for two inmates that have escaped. you can see the north county detention facility. it is right next to the sonoma county airport. this is not a large residential airport or a residential area. one inmate was stopped. let us take a closer look at the jail. one inmate was stopped it was a minimum-security. 9:30 p.m. last night to other inmates
however made it over that fence and have not been caught the other two -- and mates. they are searching for these two men. gonzales reyes an solorio leon... they were seen wearing chill uniforms and they are reviewing security procedures. >> governor jerry brown is getting a boost to pushes tax initiative. he is getting a $1 million contribution to make sure that these measure passes. right now california faces $16 billion deficit. he is warning that without a desperately needed tax increase cuts will have to be severe. >> this is a generous contribution and one that is sorely needed to present the choice to the people of
california. it is a choice for the best to protect the local mental health programs and make sure that this will be helping. this is one of the channels that we want this revenue war, i would do anything i can -- or i can do anything i can is so crucial! >>pam: california voters will able to vote on november it will be listed as proposition the 30. if it passes the sales tax would be increased by one half% for the next five years. income tax would increase who make more than $280,000. board more than $250, 000 >> jacqueline: 93 degrees in
concord. and concord. and the south-bay was nearly 90 degrees in sunnyvale. 80's in redwood city and also for the north bay but notice closer to the coast. temperatures will merely state " because of that fog. a look at the golden gate bridge it is very dense. not even able to see those towers. fog is clinging to the coast and expected to remain cool, overnight. details on how cool it is going to get. coming up >>pam: a warning for swimmers at this popular swimming hole. these levels are double the acceptable rate with the e coli... despite the warning people
are still swimming. the adjacent geese are a constant present. >> my grand children are always going to be rinsing off before we get back into the car. they will expect to see if this advisory will be expected to continue on friday. >>pam: decision 2012 is getting ugly.... how close is mitt romney getting to choosing a running mate. >> jerry sandusky the penalties from the school. >> and a problem with the pentagon. the possible security danger. those
the in the meantime presidentbama and mitt romney are talking about jobs and taxes. they were on the attack. they are both pointing fingers at each other. >> it is sad. it is extraordinary to make those types of promises and not be able to deliver. i have a little bit of a report card here. if you look at the sparrows. jobs on the far left the obama record. there is a down redbird aero. >> mitt romney claims that he is going to bring down the deficit with a tax cut. and the question is who do you think is going to get the bill for these 250 to thousand dollar tax cuts? $250,000 tax cuts? this is a
smart crowd, you do. >>pam: twitter is measuring the feelings. on their micro blocking it is 'twindex '... on all wells of analysis. they created this index. on all -- analysis of that data. >> from a missile defense agency has stopped serving pornography other government issued a computer. this sent out a memo last month that some employees had been accessing web sites or transmitting messages with sexually explicit images. this memo goes on that only does that work away from production
time but also increases the potential for malware.. >> catherine: this injured two dozen people with a blown tire caused this accident in illinois. that chartered bus had 81 passengers and was going from chicago towards kansas city. >> catherine: the psychiatrist treating the james holmes was worried about his state of mind and even warned the university of colorado. james holmes a psychiatrist told colleagues on a risk assessment team that james told could be a danger to others. however, they did not convene or call police. james holmes had resigned around the same time from attendance. 12 people killed and several injured. >> convicted jerry sandusky
is calling for sanctions against penn state are not just. he is saying that it is ridiculous. this punishment came after an investigation of the top and state officials were covering up and did not took action to show the abuse. jerry sandusky has been convicted of 45 counts of sexual abuse. he is in jail awaiting his sentence. >>pam: this jetliners was near collision. involving three plains. there are close to crushing african international airport. because of an air traffic miscommunication on tuesday afternoon. air communication were making adjustments.
because of bad weather. >> we were not clear what happened? >> standby. we're still investigating. >> as requested. >> are going to zone five? >> we will get on the ground pretty quick. >> as a result two different planes were taking off and one plane that came in did not have the appropriate distance between them. at the last moment the realized mistake. the ntsb and the faa is investigating. >> take a look of this surveillance video. he was driving drunk and plowed right to the front of this conveniences store. take a look this unsuspecting store clerk got a terrible scare.
he was thrown to the floor and unfortunately he will survive. >> jacqueline: this live look from our roof cam over downtown san francisco with low cloud coverage returning. that fog will be the big story. it will become more extensive. the satellite showing that wind is clearing. however, much less the we have seen in the past. it has become more extensive. it will be fairly widespread. temperatures right now certainly reflect that cloud coverage with fog. we will see temperatures away from the coast with 90's and the inland valleys at this hour. overnight of fog will be more extensive. tomorrow, more sunshine but it will be much cooler. finally getting that cooler marine air, inland. as we move towards the weekend that fog will be widespread. keeping things cool. temperatures
will mainly be in the 80's for tomorrow. for the inland valleys still some 90s but still several degrees cooler. 90's in antioch, pleasanton. 88 degrees in danville. the east bay shores is a mixture of 60s, 70s. 66 degrees in richmond. not much change along the coast. still cool. the peninsula will return to 60s and 70's were the most part. and really in the 80's for the north bay. 83 degrees in petaluma. 86 degrees in sonoma. a look at your extended forecast. the wind will be decreasing. and that is going to lead to cooler conditions with extensive cloud coverage. that fog will stay with us but mainly confined to the coast and the bay shores. the inland valleys will be warming up as a result. >>pam: michael jackson's
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>> the mother of michael jackson lost custody it was temporarily suspended after this disappearance. she says that she was kept from communicating from outsiders as she was at the resort. katherine jackson had no idea that she had been reported missing until she accidently heard a television report. she was told that her doctors ordered her to rest and she was flown to arizona. the cell phone and her ipad were confiscated. she was in a room with no working phone or television. she was asking about the children and was told they were
flying. they reported her missing and accused relatives of keeping her away. this judge returned guardianship of the children to their grandmother. it is part of the agreement that gives cousin a role as a temporary co-guardian. during the hearing the investigator said that katherine jackson had been doing a terrific job as party head. the children love her. >> later tonight more you can catch more of the entertainment television. with the insider starting at 7:00 p.m. followed by entertainment tonight at 7:30 we will be right back [ male announcer ] if you think any battery will do,
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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >>reporter: in san francisco rate.re dealing with a huge they have increased over 40 percent. with 41 this year, 28 last year but surprisingly, shooting cent decrease, slightly and robberies have decreased. burglaries have increased. besides the armed robberies, the number one concern are the murder rate levels and
visitation valley. >> the district reached a tentative agreement. the san francisco unified school district and its teachers' union have reached a tentative contract agreement, the district announced thursday. the agreement between the district and united educators of san francisco p.m. wednesday, less than three weeks before the start of the new school year on aug. 20, district the union's executive board voted by a 2-1 margin to recommend the agreement now vote on whether to ratify it, according to the the agreement includes a 179.5-day school year -- 3.5 days more than the it also calls for a decrease days, with a half-day taken the last day of school and officials said. the two sides agreed to additional furlough days if neither of two state t and 38, are passed. both >>reporter: this is a very pro-active law-enforcement team to reduce crime and address our number one crimes, robberies, burglaries, homicides and oakland the crimes in progress would do everything from undercover operations, surveillance. >>reporter: haazig madyun
kron4. >>reporter: another big story in the san bruno it has happened again in other natural gas line explosion. this time a construction crew was out here. residents of a san bruno neighborhood who survived a 2010 gas line explosion are expressing jitters over another gas leak thursday morning in the same area. more than a dozen homes were evacuated because of the leak which happened after a contractor working for the city of san bruno accidentally hit the gas pipe using a backhoe. the leak happened at the intersection of earl avenue and glenview drive, the same intersection where a huge gas pipeline exploded on september 9, 2010. that blast killed eight people and left more than 50 homes damaged or destroyed. people that were evacuated today that it would is very unnerving. in san bruno junqueira, terisa estacio, kron4. >>reporter: it has been nearly two years since the san bruno -- explosion. take a look at these before and after. this is a google earth of what it looked after the explosion. charred
homes, and if we look forward. this is what it looked like last october. with the rubble cleared away. and new construction and video today. homes are filling in. charles clifford, kron4. >> in pleasanton warning signs are up at chateau cleft warning of this swimming hole with fecal born bacteria and e coli the geese are leaving their droppings towards the concerns are increased and the encouragement of showering before, after is increased and encouraged. >> this is the beginning of a possible social media
burst. >> i think that the bubble has burst. i do not want to go into too much of the hyperbole. but the bubble was blowing up over the last one year. everybody was jumping in and try to go public. now we are seeing reaction to that. >>gabe: gabe slate, kron4's >> jacqueline: this big cool down. you are looking at temperatures in the 90s in the inland valleys very warm. 80's in the south-bay. it will get even cooler as the fog starts to take over. a live look over downtown san francisco that low cloud coverage. even more cloud coverage tomorrow. leaving for cool temperatures. saturday, sunday more dramatic cooling with temperatures dropping into below-average readings for the inland valleys. low 80s expected. let us take a look at neighborhood by
neighborhood. 80's in cupertino. 82 degrees in san jose but it will be 80's and morgan hill. the inland valleys will see several degrees. 89 degrees in san ramon. 90's still remain in pleasanton. 68 degrees in oakland. 77 degrees in fremont. not a lot changing along the coast it has remained cool that ford has remained along the coast but it will be cooler in the north bay. temperatures have mainly been in the 80s. and 91 degrees in fairfield. a look at your extended forecast with cooler weather. these sea breezes will bring cooler marine air. dropping temperatures into the low 80s for the inland valleys. that is below average for this time of year. that fog will stay with us but mainly for the coast. the in the bellies
will warm back up into the low 90s by thursday. now, here is stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >>stanley: >> thank you. >> once again i am making friends and influencing people. and of course getting the bird flapped from total strangers. but it is not from drivers. albeit, safely. it is tickets being handed out to red line red light -- runners from the market street that never read the california vehicle code that relates to bicyclists. >> i got caught be hitting badly. , i got caught behaving badly and >>stanley: the next edition of people behaving badly >>pam: this famous beineam...
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>> good evening, the giant did not seem to do anything right today. there were control problems and they took the advantage. the mets took advantage. two-nothing. they say that he should have made the catch but cabrera could not. daniel murphy in the fifth inning. is he the to blame barry siegel but they just never gave him a chance. however, zito...
>> we have been awful. in this past week. you get into these funds and it is not fun into these -funks.. it will determine where we are and our season we are in a bit of a rut.. we will regroup. and hopefully that is what is going to happen on the road. will take off to colorado. >>gary: there was a sacrifice fly ball but san francisco still leads the division by one-half game over the idle doctor's. the a's will be hosting at the oakland coliseum. phelps is even bypassing his previous record by getting an individual gold of the
olympics is. he became the first man to win at the same event and three straight olympics. it is his 20th career gold... and gabie douglas captured in another victory. douglas became the third consecutive victory. for the very first event victory and not getting anybody to get close. the first african american to win a gold medal. and that the best basketball. today, 156-73 over the country of nigeria. that is 83 points. carmelo antholy scoring a
significant amount and also this woman from swimming adrianne from the us from 1 1/100 of a second. >> he is a pre-med student. just 1 100th of a second in front of an australian. magnificent. from the bay area a gold >> that is a pretty difficult to put into words. and saying that one next to my name is just incredible. and to our police have cold!
while i almost started crying! >>gary: a great moment for a local young man. the center of team 7. he injured his foot. for the remainder of the year it was a good start that went south. they finished 8-8 but cutting sharply. over the teammate said. he is ready to be a premier wrestler in the end nfl this season. >> i know that we're going to be getting back to the field. we have done a lot of great things. on the and not the only player. we do have a lot of great players i have a big role but we also agree clears out there. >>gary: meanwhile, the 49ers are hoping that alex smith can become a police. >> the great thing being around randy is that he
keeps it light. and with the that it is pretty quick. he is a great communicator. and he sees things well, and communicates well. it has been great working with him. >> randy has reached a deal to sell the team to tennessee truck stop magnate at over $1 million. do not feel sorry for team owners. if they have a difficult season at the end of the rainbow, particularly the nfl $1 billion! to the cleveland browns. and to look at pam and jackie to get some insight, some wisdom. standard policy when he left the 49ers. the family were actually shoemakers. he was there for
two years and they keep him 10 percent of the team. for the other two years when the the father passed away that said that we wanted to run at. so they got that 10 percent. >> very nice. >> 42 years. >> we are going to play hard. >> the sons today said that is it. the miami dolphins sold at over $1,000,000,000.2009. if you can go to college and stay out. college football already has ranking with l s u #one. alabama and look out. they are going to be bouncing back with oakland,
stanford. as the cardinal is trying to go to work this year. to see how they are without and truth luck,, tiger woods of tweet funky start in akron, ohio could have been just an eagle putt. he was no one under par. however, things were going in a different directions with furyk this golf course loves low scores. even though he was at 70's. his seventh shot back f shoturylk.. is your leader. when we return a nine year-old -- a 90 year- old. we will celebrate his vitality. pam oh my gosh!
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