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this is bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: tonight at five: they say lightning does not at the oakland museum, it's a different story. >> the museum has experienced >> pam: a second break=in in two months. monday's theft involved the loss of a precious historical artifact. and >> pam: the missing object is a gold chest valued at more than three quarters of a million good evening i'm pam moore. tonight - a 12-thousand dollar reward is being offered for the return of that precious artifact. kron4's haaziq madyun is in oakland - with more on how thieves pulled off the heist - a second time. >> reporter: he strikes againin the predawn hoursmonday morning inside the oakland museuma thief steals a priceless artifacta quartz and gold jewelery box from the gold rush collection >> "we do think that they came in through this perimeter side yes" >> reporter: right here in the garden areathis is where museum officials say the theif gainned accessbreaking-in through a secured door near the gold ruch exhibittaking the jewel box which was covered by glass case like this one then turned around and got out the same way he came
inhowever not before surveillance video recorded the crime >> "there was on camera immediate notification that the burglary was in progress" >> reporter: back in november 2012 a thief made off with several gold nuggets from the same exhibitoakland police talk about why they believe the same person is resposnible for this most recent crime >> "the method of operation, the fact that it was a single suspect, the descriptions are generically the same, the method of how they entered and removed certain items" all though the museum has 24-hour securityincluding gated entrances to the buildinggetting onto the property itself appears fairly easy >> "we have a lot of outdoor spacethan most facilities" it is a challenge to secure this space more than other >> reporter: facilities reporterin oakland, haaziq madyun-kron 4 news >> pam: and as haaziq mentioned, the same museum
got hit just 2 months ago, back on november 13th. during that heist, the thief broke in and smashed cases containing gold nuggets worth thousands of dollars. that break-in was the first in recent history. today marks day three in the search for human remains in linden, california. >> this case is related to speed freak killers wesley shermantine and loren herzog. the two men who went on a methamphetamine - induced killing rampage in the 1980's and 90's. one thousand bone fragments were found last year in an abandoned central valley well. so far, no human remains have been found. kron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us with new information. j.r.? >> reporter: there was a major setback the fbi is expected to start digging all of the wanted to do that today or late yesterday. that has yet to happen they
thought that this was 50 ft. deep. there is equipment is excavating soil but it is not from the bottom. this well is much deeper than i thought they top the this was going to take two-three weeks it could take much longer. this could be 100 ft. deep! as they have yet to reach the bottom. they will hand set to the items this could take one month! this video. is from adjust our studio from new-photos to we've just got akeeping you updated. j. r. stone,
kron 4 news. >> pam: rain and cold hitting the bay area, and the possibility of snow ahead! you're looking live from walnut creek, where the grounds are still wet from showers. now a live look from our mount tamalpais camera, and san francisco -- you can see the grey skies. i'm here in the kron-4 weather center with jacqueline bennet. jacqueline? >> we are seeing some light rain. the shower activity will not be that extensive. you can see light rain over the heart of the bay. over the coast, ocean beach, san rafael. we can also see some rain over the golden gate right now and the richmond/a vital bridge. also, sinophile bridge. through cupertino, pushing-south to the sinophile branch. winds gusting pretty strong to the coast. some rafeal-san rafael--bridge. and also
some shower reconditions with breezy conditions to richmond. and that is starting to press through the north bay with the increase in shower activity. this larger view of satellite & radar. spotty shower activity will provide instability will talk more about this in the showers coming up. brigha >> pam: the baseball hall of fame votes are in. and former giants slugger barry bonds was *not elected this year. in fact - no players were elected at all. joining us now, grant lodes is here to break it down for us. grant - several well known players on the ballot this year -- but, several tainted by steroid allegations. >> bonds, roger clemens, and sammy sosa. all three have been tainted by performance enhancing
drugs. and all three players did not even come close to making the hall of fame. down. players need at least 75 percent of the vote to be elected into the hall. bonds got 36.2% of the vote. clemens about the same. and only 12 and a half percent of baseball writers voted for sosa. sosa tested positive in a 2003 annonymous survey. clemens was aquitted of perjury charges related to performance enhancing drugs, but a his former trainer and a former teammate have testified clemens was cheating. and bonds has a felony obstruction of justice conviction to his name related to steroids. bonds says he never *knowingly used perfornamce enhancing drugs. local sports writer art spander has a vote.and he says the steroid issue is not a deal breaker for him. >> the real surprise is that
barry bonds and clemenceau to receive one-third of a possible ballots. i voted for both of them, mcgwire, and i voted for -- clemens. for are these guys for the hall of fame or not? people did not vote for them, i understand. bonds is the only one that admitted using not a surprise one of 3 greatest hitters and pitchers of all time consequences for decisions /bonds - didn't knowingly about 20 years - baseball did not deal with the issue - turned a blind eye generation >> up to 14 more years on the ballot. if you need a 75% and they are only getting 36, 37% and as you mentioned see these are some of the best players. with clemens was a seven-time cy young and barry bonds was the only seven times in the key. their credentials are
astounding. mvp seven times a player of barry bonds. >> they are certainly and a hall of fame in a sense. hall of fame is a museum - you can read about the steroid era - there - and there are plenty of bats and gloves and jersey's from bonds, clemens and sosa in the hall. but not plaques. what do baseball fans think of san francisco giant great barry bonds. not making it to the hall of fame? kron 4's justine waldman went to find out. >> reporter: :baseballl great barry bonds. beloved by his fans. the homerun king. was just shut out of the baseball hall of fame. while his supporters are not surprised. there is a level of sadness. >> "i think he made mistakes but i think he should be in the hall of fame." >> reporter: allegations of steroid use could be the reason.bonds is not going to cooperstown. >> "suspicious drug use, but he should make it because before and after he was the best. and the best a
decade before there was any suspc of it." >> "they cant prove that he did and if he did there are prob players that did but they haven't been caught. i think he should get the opportunity based on his performance and his history what he did for the giants." >> reporter: though fans are willing to forgive and forget. >> "it is people who write about not play, a fan vote would have let him in." "bonds, clemens and sosa appeared on the ballot for the first time this year, they have 14 years to make it into the baseball hall of fame. in sf justine waldman kron 4 news."
>> this is where everybody has an opinion to. we are asking you is the deserving. we will read your comments coming up in about 15 minutes. >> pam: now to a developing story. the coast guard says, an oil tanker that crashed into the bay bridge was 'warned'. prior to hitting the bridge tower. the warning apparently came from the vessel traffic service agency, which is in contact with large commercial ships on the bay. no word yet on exactly what was said. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news -- just after the "overseas reymar" hit the bridge on monday. we'll have more on this story - tonight on kron4 news at six. >> catherine: dozens of people were hurt today after a ferry crashed into a dock in lower manhattan. the impact sent people flying. this photo shows a line-up of some of the injured passengers on the dock. investigators are trying to figure out what happened.
one passenger said the ferry usually 'glides' into dock. but today.it came in hard - with a huge impact. so huge. people who had been standing and waiting to get off were hurled to the deck -- into walls - and down staircases. >> i was actually sleeping will all of a sudden we hit. people were catapulting forward. >> i was standing up and i went backwards and hit a chair. people landed on top of me. >> when we hit the dock everybody went flying. that is why there are so many injuries. people were thrown down stairs. that is where most of the people got hurt. >> catherine: roughly 60 people were hurt. eleven of them seriously. at least two had major head injuries. you can see the big chunk taken out of the ferry when it hit. the catamaran called the 'seastreak wall street' had been on a routine trip from new jersey into lower manhattan.
google earth shows the spot where it docked.pier 11. the ferry just had a major overhaul that gave it new engines and a new propulsion system. investigators will be checking whether that played any role in the crash. records show the ferry was apparently involved in past less serious crashes. including one in 2009 and one in 2010. there were so many injured passengers today.they were sent to a string of different hospitals - including one in brooklyn. >> catherine: new evidence in the colorado movie massacre. the eerie photos -- prosecutors say the gunman took of himself -- just before the shooting. i'll have the story at 5-30. >> pam: but first -- a violent start to the day in san francisco. kron4 was there -- as a man was stabbed, just minutes after a shooting. that's after the break. >> also ahead -- the kings might soon be saying good- bye to sacramento. where the n-b-a team could be headed.
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>> a candlelight vigil will be held tonight in honor of starr lamare-- the 25-year- old mother of three who was set on fire by her boyfriend after an argument at a san francisco laundry mat. glide is partnering with the san francisco domestic violence consortium to host the vigil for an evening of healing and reflection. the community will gather at 6:15 at the glide memorial in san francisco. we will have a report for you, then. >> pam: today work was done along an east palo creek to prevent flooding. last month heavy rains and a rising water level, forced the evacuation of 40 residents. a local state of emergency was declared as a result. kron4's maureen kelly shows us what steps were taken today.
>> reporter: you can see the remnants here. take a look this fence is discolored that as the water lying. it is estimated to be about 2 ft.. this water did not just up at the fence line id and applauding seven different homes. three of which are even yellow attacked it was a -- flooding set for seven--7 homes. a more t permanent solution is set
for the summer months. maureen kelly, kron 4. >> jacqueline: as a take a look outside from the san mateo bridge overcast. the roadways are a still a bit wet and a fresh shell or through walnut creek. shower-fresh precipitation the we have just seen push through walnut creek. spotty shower activity tomorrow and friday, saturday there is no rain but take a look to these temperatures. the increase with colder air and temperatures will back into the 30's. 20's and '30's friday and saturday. as we take a live look outside the stormtracker 4 radar. this cold air pushing through basically, light shower activity over the ridg and/richmond san rafael
bridge. more moderate near daly city and along the coast. the yellow is indicating heavier downpour. the embarcadero is also experiencing light rain. even towards the south san francisco in the light showers in the south bay pure overall, not a big rainmaker but it is going to bring cold air, with it. the satellite & radar showing that cold air pushing through. offshore, batus body cloud pattern filling in behind it. we will see that spotty shall work pattern spotty showers pattern. snowfall possible for the santa cruz mountains. and a the computer model showing shower activity pushing through the bay area and
clearer conditions later this evening. clearer skies for tomorrow still mostly clear. for the coast, summer return with forecasts. 3:00 p.m., near the santa cruz mountains remember the cold air has pressed through and dro temperatures will drop, dramatically. we could see a light dusting in the santa cruz mountains. otherwise, mostly dry conditions for tomorrow morning. as we take a look at your extended forecast cold conditions expected with 20's/36. friday morning, saturday morning, there are freeze and frost advisories already issued and possibly even toward sunday. >> pam: the n-f-l playoffs. the san francisco 49-ers getting ready take on the green packers this saturday. it's an n-f-c divisional match-up -- the loser is done for the season.
>> one of our big stories. if barry bonds deserves to be in the hall of fame. you can see 65%. people are commenting on this. >> al: barry helped save baseball and tjats the thanx he gets. >> mariana: good. if armstrong got stripped, bonds should not be praised either we're always looking for you to join the conversation. coach or
>> pam: coming up at 5-30. a judge will now decide if the suspected gunman, in a deadly mass movie theater shooting -- will head to trial. but, it wasn't before prosecutors laid out some dramatic new evidence. >> hillary clinton speaking publicly for the first time since, a blood clot in her head. what the secretary of state had to say. >> and - a great white shark tagged of the coast. the spectacular video of crews hauling in the massive predator --- next.
>> catherine: andwe've been getting a glimpse into the strange world of james holmes. today prosecutors displayed photos he took of himself before the shooting. no cameras were allowed.but there were sketches. one photo shows him grinning at the camera - posing with one of his glock pistols. another of the cell phone photos shows him sticking his tongue out -- his dyed red hair shaped to look like horns. prosecutors say holmes wore black contact lenses when it was taken. they say he also photographed his bed - which was packed with his arsenal. including a gas mask, helmet, an assault rifle and a shotgun. a judge is expected to rule by friday on whether there's enough evidence to move >> president obama's task force on gun violence is gettingmembers will come up with recommendations on how to prevent another mass shooting. sandra endo brings us up to
speed on the first meeting. (bell sounds) >> reporter: dozens of lives lost, and grief at makeshift memorials. preventing mass shootings is the enormous job the presidential taskforce is trying to tackle. >> i want to make it clear that we are not going to get caught up in the notion 'unless we can do everything we are going to do nothing.' it's critically important we act. >> reporter: vice president joe biden is heading up the gun violence taskforce which is expected to meet over the next few days. gun safety, victims advocacy, and gun ownership groups are joining in the national conversation, to come up with recommendations to prevent gun violence. caving to criticism for declining the initial meeting invitation, walmart said wednesday it would participate. the company said. >> "we underestimated the expectation to attend the meeting on thursday in person, so we are sending an appropriate representative to participate," said wal-mart
spokesman david tovar. walmart sells many of the types of fire arms used in recent mass shootings. those closely affected by these senseless acts have their own solution to reduce the gun violence. >> let me say this, more guns are not the answer. freedom is not a handgun on the hip of every teacher and security should not mean a guard posted outside every classroom. >> 40% of gun sales in this country every year go unchecked. that's bad policy >> reporter: the national rifle association and the national shooting sports foundation are expected to meet with the taskforce tomorrow. they have said more restrictions on lawful gun ownership is a bad idea. in washington, i'm sandra endo for kron4 news. >> catherine: hillary
clinton made her first public remarks today.since getting out of the hospital - and back to work at the state department. >> i am incredibly great fall. to back to work at incredibly grateful for my i am currently--great fall. with my incredible team and we are committed to finishing up with and with john kerry with this transition. she'd been sidelined about a month - with problems that resulted in a blood clot near her brain. the outgoing secretary of state sounded delighted about being back on the job. >> "thrilled to be back and i am also incredibly state department who never missed a beat for the time work, finishing up everything that we can and helping senator kerry with his transition." >> catherine: president obama has nominated massachusetts senator john kerry to replace clinton. clinton will stay on until her successor is confirmed by the senate. and the president has nominated his white house as the next treasury secretary. the formal announcement director for both president obama and president clinton. he was a key player in the
20-11 debt ceiling talks. he'd replace timothy geithner, who's moving back to new york to be with his family. >> jacqueline: we can see through the stormtracker 4 radar. we are starting to see some clearer conditions put richmond is also seeing some clear conditions a bit heavy through san francisco. heavier rainfall is pressing through pacific, and a light rain over san francisco. these showers are going to continue. 24 of it in that hayward. and the san jose the satellite & radar showing this cold front. right in the heart of the bay area with clear skies and also the spotty cloud pattern is showing instability. you will talk more about that and they're really cold temperatures
coming up. >> pam: injuries and a kicker controversy among the questions addressed by 49ers head coach jim harbaugh this afternoon. kron four's rob fladeboe at 49er headquarters looking for answers and has the coach's thoughts on this weekend's big playoff game as well. >> i thought that was it jack harbaugh. [laughter] >> reporter: no, it wasn't jack harbaugh but rather tennessee ernie ford whom coach jim harbaugh invoked wednesday when asked whether the ailing justin smith would be ready for >> god willing in the creek don't rise he is one to play it. >> reporter: saturdays big game. a perhaps bigger question is whether the coach is ready to name his starting kicker? >> we have not made our announcement yet. >> reporter: david akers? >> so far, and he has had a good weekend. >> reporter: or new under- study billy cundiff who was seen this ick? >> it was a good experience
for him to check on that surface. bailey is doing a good job. >> reporter: either way, harbaugh says the 49ers have their work cut out for them against a green bay team that is second to none. >> offensively, this is simply the best. defensively, right there, the best special teams of the same. >> reporter: twenty questions with coach harbaugh is just that, mostly questions, but he was a bit more talkative about his team's eagerness to get back on the field after two weeks off. as for the question about kickers, harbaugh says the decision might not be made until an hour or so before the kickoff. at 49er headquarters in santa clara rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> developing news with the sacramento kings. investor chris hansen
contacted the maloof's family about buying the team and setting up the possibility of the nba's return to seattle. no deal has been reached yet. but the kings' future in sacramento is uncertain because the maloofs and the city haven't been able to come up with a long-term arena solution. if the maloof family does sell the team-- hansen's group is expected to pitch in 290-million dollars towards a new arena. >> pam: in the kron-4 market update. reports of apple planning on making a "cheaper" iphone. facebook stock on the upswing - as a major announcement is expected soon. and the first super-bowl ad leak. [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t.
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rob black breaks down the >> now for today's market update. stocks close the day higher. thanks to encouraging quarterly earnings reports from several well-known companies. on wall street. the dow gained 61-points. the nasdaq rose 14. and the s-and-p-500 ganed three. >> yes. apple is possibly going to go after a cheaper iphone. >> yes we could see this happen weather it is now or the future will it mean to all the materials will be cheaper? for the 3 g will be the cheaper? short-term it could hurt a long term it will help. as long as they
do not have any more mishaps. >> facebook stock surpassed the $30 per share? >> yes, january 13th, there is going to be am announcement the question is that it is it going to be an instant messaging product? they get 1 billion a searches per day. and their search engine is poured. again i am not saying that they're going to do with but i would like to see and it would be interesting to, the stock about television's with 3 d televisions. now nobody seems to be talking about them. >> to you have any friends
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following. it will be interesting to see what happens. >> jacqueline: and with rain and gusting winds and dealing with cold conditions. the chance of showers along the coast. temperatures into the 30's as we go towards friday and saturday temperatures even colder 205 lower 30's. first let us speak about the rain fall. we can see the district over the heart of the bay area. more moderate rainfall through berkeley at this hour and also light rain through a tunnel. through walnut creek. some decent rainfall pressing through a and more moderate rainfall towards san francisco. pressing out of
north of san francisco, and when i mentioned it is possibly through self san francisco. clearer skies. spotty cloud pattern to the north with a spotty showers near the coast. that could be a problem in the santa cruz mountains because this is turning very cold air if we have spotty showers along the santa cruz mountains we could see some spotty snow showers. a look at futurecast is right on track with the rainfall through the bay area. perhaps moving a bit too quickly. we will probably still see showers hauling grain by 7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. and clear skies will continue. taking a look at the coast. offshore and along the san mateo coast and there it is your the santa cruz mountains. and we will still be dealing with snow
flurries of of 4,000 ft.. as it progresses, largely offshore with dry conditions. clear skies for tomorrow or. as for temperatures tomorrow they could be rather chilly. we did see lingering showers along the coast with cloud coverage possible. rom the coast 30's and concord. 30's in the santa rosa, fairfield to. hayward. temperatures will struggle to warm. we will see a lot of upper 40's. some places near 50. but it is not going to be that warm it is going to be quite chilly. 530 concord and the san jose. we are expecting a bit of snowfall with the winter weather advisory. and dictated to by the blue. this will be in effect
>> catherine: open after a tire blew out. but no one realized that there was an angry bull out there. the deputy was scared and has some bruised ribs and a bruised knee tonight. but he wasn't badly hurt. you'll see another deputy diving over the hood of his car to get away. they say they're just glad the bull didn't have horns. >> catherine: not long ago.scientists in north florida put a lot of effort into landing this great white shark. they gave it a name - "mary lee" - and they tagged her.
mary lee wasn't too thrilled about any of this. but now they say the tagging is paying off. aside from learning more about the routine of a great white. they know this one is getting too close for comfort to a jacksonville beach. the g-p-s tracking device indicates that mary lee got only about 200 yards away from shore. so beach police are telling people not to get into the water for awhile.
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>> pam: baseball's highest honor. denied! barry bonds, sammy sosa and roger clemens all locked out of baseball's hall of fame. set on fire and left for dead. we will take you live to the vigil for the san francisco woman who was the victim of an unspeakable crime. >> and oakland's museum of rush." months, a smash and grab valuable relic of thepolice think both thefts are tonight with new garecht was only 9 years old outside a grocery store in hayward back in 1988. tests results released in the last hour confirm that her remains were not found lastkron 4's j.r. stone is following the story and joins us live with more. that a bone fragment from a child between the ages of 5 and 14 had been mixed in with another victim found it was thought pam, that the victim could be michaela garecht. we know tonight that is not the case. year is associated with
speed freak killers wesley herzog. two men who drug induced killing rampage in the 80's and 90's. 1000 human bone fragments were found last year. not linked to michaela garecht, rather at least two other victims. but the hope to find garecht or other victim's remains is still therthorities in the centl another well near the one that was searched last year. this is the third day in a row they've been here. they that doesn't appear to be the case. the well is much deeper than originally thought. >> last hour. again the story here is that michaela garecht's remains were not found. >> pam: j.r. how is her family taking the news? >> as raw as expected. >> pam: we're learning new details about that oil tanker which side-swiped the bay bridge on monday. visibility was very low - before the accident. and there are regulations on the bay that would prevent a vessel from traveling during news has learned. the bay bridge is exempt from those regulations. looked into this today. and joins us live from treasure >> officials explain that this could have been blocked because of the regulations.
harbour officials say that these regulations were put into place because of the tanker accident. it was decided not to include the bay bridge because that could cause a traffic jam of sorts on the bridge. that could lead to other serious consequences like the vessel hitting one another however, some industry groups including the specific merchant groups association wants to review the current rules. >> do you think the time is to revisit that issue? >> i do. i do. i think that we still of the fundamental problem of transporting vessels. again, this is not the second time the way that a vessel leaving the south bay and hitting the bay bridge. in a limited visibility again, i should point out i do not know the details behind this incident. how bad the
visibility or other factors. none the less, it is raising the question and i think harbor safety committee and the west coast guard is the appropriate venue. to bring that. i expect that that will be a happening very soon. >> reporter: the coast guard is saying that they were being warned bto the pilot. what is included is not clear but the attorney representing a pilot is highly premature to blame him before all the facts are presented. more investigation looking at this tanker and what was said to and what those regulations are here and if they need to be change. reporting live, terisa estacio, kron 4. >> pam: a candlelight vigil is about to begin tonight.
the gathering is for the woman set on fire over the weekend in the bayview district of san francisco. allegedly by her boyfriend. 25-year-old starr lamare sustained life threatening injuries. the man accused of the crime is in custody. 22-year-old dexter oliver faces charges of attempted murder. kron four's philippe djegal is live at glide memorial church where the vigil will take place. philippe. >> reporter: pam, itunes spoke with the family. her aunt just stop -- i just spoke with the family. and they say that her condition is improving. she had surgery today and they're hoping for the best. the vigil is scheduled to start at about 6-15. the public is invited to show up. it was originally planned to happen outside of saint francis hospital where 25- year-old starr lamare is being cared for. but at her families request for privacy. the vigil was moved here. glide memorial church is partnering with the san
francisco domestic violence consortium to host the vigil. starr lamare is a mother of three. right now, family members say lamare is unrecognizable. she's covered up in bandages from the waist up in the burn center at saint francis hospital. she's also breathing with the help of a ventilator. that's because on sunday. police say this man. her boyfriend. 22-year-old dexter oliver pourred gasoline all over her. and set her body on fire. this after an argument at a nearyby laundry-mat. lamare's family says the two had only been dating for about six months. oliver was taken into custody monday night. police found him at a hotel in oakland. he's facing charges of attempted murder and arson. >> the message is healing. heeling to start herself healing for stars partner. four stars family, and for her community. to address
domestic violence that is everywhere in our community and healing ... for starr's familyorganizers are calling this an evening of healing and reflection. again, it's scheduled to start in about ten minutes. here at glide memorial church on ellis street. live in san francisco, news. >> pam: a museum heist is now under investigation in an east bay city. a $12- thousand dollar reward is being offered for the return of the stolen property. which, as kron's haaziq madyun has learned, is unique to the golden state >> a piece of california history stolen from the gold rush exhibit here at the oakland museum >> the item that was stolen was a cold box with ornamentation depicting early california scenes. >> reporter: the museum was closed monday morning when the crime occurredit only took minutes for the theif to break-in and getaway with the artifactoakland police suspect the same person is responsible for a break in here two months ago
>> "yes there are striking similarities between the two incidents" >> reporter: although a non- profit group handles the day to day operationoakland residents are the owners of the art mayor jean quan says they are the real victims here "the artifacts belong to the people of oaklandof althe histories and the priceless this of these artifacts are relieved part of all of >> reporter: a $12-thousand dollar reward is being offered for the safe recovery of the stolen in oakland, kron 4. barry bonds, roger clemens, and sammy sosa.not even close to receiving enough votes to get into the hall all three have been tainted by performance enhancing drugs. and all three players did not even come close to making the hall of fame. in fact - when the results
you can see that a sammy sosa tested positive. barry bonds as a felony of obstruction of justice. they said that he never knowingly these numbers are indisputable but still baseball writers made it clear that steroid send hall of fame to not to mix. >> i think a way for the game for this would be to deal an amnesty for players if they eat it meant they did it. what is so confusing
is and they say that they never did anything bad. so you have to endorse that to put them in the hall of fame this just awkward. >> we just heard from lance williams. he became baseball's all-time home run king. barry bonds. and lance are mwilliams lance williams, was the author of this book. >> i was here at&t park to find out what players thought of this news. >> it makes sense it but it is baseball i guess trying to punish them. maybe four, five years there will let them and. >> there is going to be an
interest it understand that this error had a lot of suspicion of fraud and much like the previous errors and this 'era...' had a run of bad press.. >> i think that baseball as a whole is for the whole sum but they had a bad scandal. it is difficult to see if there will ever get in. >> this is the second time that they did not select any players to get elected into the baseball hall of famer. justin waldman, kron 4. >> who will have more on this with gary radnich.
however, right now let us take a look at out the weather. >> it is not raining in walnut creek but in other areas. portions of the east bay and the peninsula and near the coast. let me show you it is approaching walnut creek. also through berkeley and oakland to towards san francisco. south of san francisco and burlingame. heavier weather cells right offshore approaching the coast. that will be the case as we see through tomorrow. the current wind gusting is callem.. but precede your the coast. the satellite & radar
showing that it is pressing through. not much heavy rainfall but just some light showers. as we take a wider view this of the cloud patterns will fill in behind this system. notice, it is behind the coast and that will be the case to more timing it out on futurecast. they're cold temperatures! alsoy trip turned dangerous for commuters and the new york. video of the damage. and to the details of the pg&e settlement and the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion. and with wet weather, flooding concerns down the peninsula.
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members of the california conservation corps. used sandbags today to add extra height to an east palo alto levee which flooded last seven homes were evacuated two days before christmas. when waters from the san francisquito creek overflowed. today's temporary fix involved putting in place approximately 4-thousand sand bags. on top of another 4- thousand which were put down on the day of the flooding. the city says construction on a permanent flood wall is expected to begin this summer. >> jacqueline: we have seen some light rainfall and as the go towards tomorrow the chance of showers and you're the coast. take a look at temperatures. cold tomorrow but just frigid. 20's and 30's. as we take a look at stormtracker 4 the rainfall over the heart of the day. the wider view of satellite.
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>> catherine: iin new york.a commuter ferry crashed hard into a dock this morning. injuring dozens of people. most people had stood up - getting ready to get off - when the ferry crashed and sent them flying. people were thrown to the deck - into walls - and even down staircases. eleven of the roughly 60 people hurt were seriously injured. the crash took a large gash out of the ferry. investigators are now looking over whether a recent engine overhaul and a new propulsion system played any role in the crash. >> the task force put together by the president to fight gun violence is getting down to work. it's being headed up by vice president joe biden. biden says there will be quick action aimed athe met today with groups gun violence. tomorrow he'll meet with members of the n-r-a. >> the preliminary hearing into the colorado movie massacre case wrapped up today. james holmes is charged with killing 12 people and wounding dozens more.
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(male announcer) this is bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> in san francisco a candlelight vigil will be held for 25 year-old starr lamar at glide church she was set on fire by her 22 year-old boyfriend after an argument at a nearby laundromat. the boyfriend, dexter oliver has been arrested and is in custody. facing attempted murder and arson. and the sentences of, phillipe djegal, kron 4. >> reporter: in pittsburgh, a cheeky white, boyfriend and two other people are charged with murder. not for the murder of husband but for the man that was killed and breaking the home and that was scared to leaving.
instead, everything went wrong and the man was killed by the husband was defending himself. coming up, all of the twists and turns and the full story. alecia reed, kron 4. >> reporter: it appears that mckaylay garrett was thought than her remains card have been found in the central valley from the speed freak killers. police confirmed tonight it is not the case. j. r. stone, kron 4 news. >> in berkeley bart police arrested a man after he tried to sell a stolen by get this book bart station. the victim of noticed and agreed to meet him at the bart station. that is were barred police arrested 57 year-old moore.. also found more of our bikes, items, and other items and even
guns & ammunition. any other victims should come forward they will require proof of ownership. reporting in berkeley, scott rates, kron 4. >> reporter: the harbor regulation and guidelines for vessels as far as one state can mold around the bay during foggy conditions is been told as far as how the congressional or round. this vessel, as how they can move a round of the bay area of and foggy conditions when visibility is less than half mile. however, those in need to be reexamined the sooner than later. terisa a estacio, kron 4 news. >> reporter: there were no players voted into the hall of fame this is the second year. with steroid scandal
like sammy sosa, roger clemens, barry bonds did not make it into cooperstown they are not surprised by this and the fans are not surprised. the executives are trying to send the message to the players. (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> it is ridiculous that we have to live like this i have called the city just like myself. and i have stopped and asked the city workers. >> they dumped here, and when are they going to stop! >> we are going to try to solve this as soon as possible. >> this has been happening since last year. >> these residents of this oakland neighborhood are sick and tired. tonight at 8:00 p.m. why this is city- wide. what you can do to
stop it in the next edition of people behaving badly >> jacqueline: the big weather story is this weather system and cold air. freezing conditions over the next several days. stormtracker 4 radar, is pressing towards the southern half of the bay area. san mateo, the south bay, and near the coast. the satellite & radar pressing through. we do have to wire conditions. as we take a look at these spotty, we do have-a drier conditions and for tomorrow we are certainly going to see colder temperatures. even colder on friday. freezing through santa rosa, an applicable livermore, 30's and concord, pleasanton. and as we take a look at napa-- 40's through san francisco in the same to santa rosa. 49 in pleasanton. a look at
your extended forecast with very cold conditions. that will continue even on sunday. there will be a freeze warning is frost advisory so you work and to need to bundle up. we have a sneak peak at the newest vehicles just coming >> a soccer coach in oakdale near sacramento-- is accused of rape. the accuser. his daughters friend-- is one of the teens he coaches >> catherine: oakdale police officers say inside this home on h street, a father, a youth soccer coach, crossed the ethical and legal line with one of his daughter's friends. it was december 27th and officers say 44 year old timothy lyman had several teenagers over and was allowing them to drink -- >> they were all drinking and he didn't want anyone driving. >> catherine: hours later a 16-year-old girl woke up to lyman allegedly raping her. 10 days later, the victim,
an oakdale high student, walked into the police department and shared her story with investigators. then, police brought lyman in. >> during the interview with him, he never denied the allegation. >> reporter: he never denied it. >> he never denied it. >> catherine: lyman's bail was set at 100-thousand dollars. catherine heenan kron4 news. >> pam: still ahead. a controversial murder trial wraps up in southern california. the suspect. a 12 year old child. california. the suspect. a 12 year old child. we ha[ male announcer ] subway has so many heart-healthy and delicious meals certified by the american heart association. look for the heart check on your favorite subway fresh fit meals, from the tempting turkey breast & black forest ham with spinach to the protein-rich roast beef, and more. all five grams of fat or less. try 'em with juicy, ripe tomatoes, cool cucumbers or crisp green peppers. start your new year right with a heart-healthy meal at your neighborhood subway today. subway. eat fresh.
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>> pam: a southern california judge heard closing argument today in a murder trial. where the defendant is a 12 year old boy. the boy, who is not being identified because of his age. is accused of shooting his neo- nazi father, when he was ten years old. the prosecutor said, the boy knew what he was doing and should be found guilty of murder. the defense contended, the boy was damaged by a violent home, and was seeking to protect himself and his family. when he shot his father. 32-year-old jeff hall. the judge will decide
>> on the heels of the announcement that lance armstrong *will open up about the doping allegations in an interview with oprah. we're learning that one of the cyclists representatives. tried to make a donation of about a quarter -million dollars. to the u.s. anti- doping agency. this was just before the agency launched the investigation, which led to armstrong being stripped of his tour de france titles. the u-s-a-d-a rejected the donation offer armstrong was stripped of his record seven tour victories in october. >> gary radnich has an update with smith and mel hall of fame for barry bonds, at least not yet. no hall of fame
>> no offense he said it was my pleasure but many people thought that barry bonds and the steroids it did not warrant a place in cooperstown. at least on the first ballot. longtime writer, sports writer whenever we need perspective, art is the guy that we go to. >> i am not surprised because of all the indications were that the big guys would not make it. i think the bigger surprise is that barry bonds and clemens only got a portion. i voted for both, i also voted for mark mcgwire. and my question is that these guys are ready for the hall of fame or not? >> they needed 75 percent. and sammy sosa of and of course the interest is in barry bonds. we can take a
guess on what is going to happen but a lot of people the writers have said that wind herrowhen barry bonds impr. that is not court and they're going to make. wait at least four years. time could enable them to feel what our wounds against barry bonds. if you want to get right down to it you can not expect them to get the benefit of the doubt he deserves to be in the hall of fame but not the first round ballot for his off the field contact they are going to make him wait. >> still no definitive word of whether or not smith will play when the 49ers will host the green bay packers. coach harbaugh said that he
will be ready but then the player just stood there. hjim harbaugh, refers to him as the cowboy. he thinks that he will be on the field let us see what they think. >> he says that he is ready to go and that is good enough for me. >> do i think that the well, dwelling in the creek don't rise. >> if he is not line up to his standard than we are going to put the next guy again. >> no word on akers or cundiff and rob fladeboe when the two santa clara looking for answers he went- 2 santa clara looking for answers. the sacramento kings are gone even with cabinet johnson. even when they are pressing for import kevin johnson honow, here is a
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take a look these stats. all of the things that go with it. and every time i'd say this we've been doing this they are making a movie of lasalle and the actor who played juesu? >> yes it is that same guy. >> and i am he is some modest the guy who played--- jesus... >> we know that your coaches helped you and please to not say that again are they going to change that
script? to make the mo be interesting? >> and not seen them act but i did watch a show called " person of interest ". i watched him act a bit and he is a bit somber. >> why did you think it was a knock after 34 years? >> i did stop after 34 years and i had everything in place. i have a great guy coming up that is torn to do a great job. he has played for me and surpassed a lot of the things he is just perfect for it. >> to put modesty aside what to do you do that other high school coaches. ?? however, what did you do that made to
arguably, the best. >> we've worked hard all year and i work in a great place that is conducive for leadership, and growth >> you keep your private thoughts private and really, trying to put the team in the coaches' ahead of him. in other words, you have never worn out your will, therefore the people of run has responded. instead of jealousy. around you-- >> hybrids say that i am probably my own worst enemy. i can recognize the talent i am probably my own worst
>> may be to have you ever thought about gosh with that winning streak i am pretty great? >> looking back i would say that that is a great stretch and it is going to be difficult to break. >> you or a family man but are you going to get a bit how is your life going to be impacted? >> i will definitely still be involved. i will be a on field coach but not all the heavy lifting. >> been some people have done something great steak and spend more time with the family and after all week. they will say when are you going to go back to work when you have done something--so great--and
something--so long. >> the kids and everybody are hoping that everybody will enjoy themselves and to me. >> i always asked... people are jumping to get to the next spot to do never feel that? >> endeavour. i enjoy the age group they're still listen they will change, there is still love all of in the they are still a level of innocence. >> you are never really motivated by money? >> i would think that high school is probably my niche. >> and i would say that