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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> developing right now -- the california highway patrol is trying to track down the drivers in this video. this is what's called - a freeway sideshow -- cars doing doughnuts, on a busy freeway, right in the middle of the day. that story is ahead. but first tonight -- breaking news out of oakland. an 8-year-old child shot on 65-th avenue, near bancroft. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news. -- kron4's reggie kumar is live at police headquarters tonight -- reggie, what do we know? >> reporter: this girl was the unintended target. she was standing on the corner when a vehicle drove off with several individuals inside and opened fire at another vehicle. the girl
was hit in the crossfire. this was a classic drive-by shooting she was caught in the crossfire. she was hit in the left lake. she is expected to survive she was hit the left-wide. she is right now, at the oakland hospital. she was hit in the left leg. reggie kumar, kron 4. developing right now. police analyzing video of a dangerous freeway stunt. more on investigation ahead. and we'll hear from a witness. but first, charles clifford gives us a closer look at the dramatic scene. >> reporter: this sideshow happened on saturday afternoon in the northbound lanes of 880, maybe half a mile south of the oakland coliseum. now we've found two video clips on youtube that give us really clear views... from different angles. this is video apparently taken by someone who got stuck in traffic behind the sideshow. you can see people getting out of their vehicles and walking up to see what's going on. now there are about 6 cars involved here, it's a little hard to tell through all the smoke. but all of them
are spinning dougnuts and leaving tire tracks across the entire roadway. and they come really close to hitting one another. there are also several people off to the side of the road who appear to be video taping the whole thing. also, it looks like someone is sitting in the back seat of this white convertible, holding what looks like a camera phone up in the air. now, here's more video taken by someone driving southbound on 880. from this angle you can actually get a really good look at each of these cars. from this angle we also get see all the people who are out shooting video with their cell phones. one guy is standing on a car hood using what looks like an ipad. now these videos show that least a minute and a half. in the newsroom, charles >> our team coverage continues now. kron4's haaziq madyun shows us. how police are using the video to hunt down the drivers. >> reporter: using these youtube videostrying to determine the license platesthe makes the modelsfocusing on distinct features like these orange
rims >> "right, we all know someone has seen those cars, orange rims i mean" chp sgt. diana mcdermott says that is what their investigators are zeroing in on as they try to catch drivers who took part in the recent 880-freeway sideshow >> "pretty much the videos stand for themselves, you can see license plate numbers, we're also gathering all of the facts from witnesses who called in, there had to be 6, 7, 8 vehicles involved in this incident" >> reporter: in addition to video evidencechp investigators say people who were on the scene stuck in their vehicles watching while the sideshow took place can also play an important roll in catching those involved >> "absolutely, i mean descriptions of the drivers, what was unusual about them, that is all about just being a good witness" >> "they're all taking videos too" >> "good, the cops are going to want those videos" >> reporter: in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news >> pam: more team coverage now. kron4 tracked down a witness to the freeway sideshow -- who filmed whole thing. she recounted the scary moments. to kron4's terisa
estacio. >> reporter: eye witness, karen greigo says when she realized the smoke on the freeway was not an accident but a side show, she got scared. as the cars sped dangerously out of control. >> where you concerned someone was going to get hurt? >> hurt? i was concerned, that i was going to get hurt? i >> was fearful they were going to hit the wall and come over on our side. if they lost control, they would have crashed right into the crowd. greigo who didn't want to go on camera says she had her camera with her because she and a girlfriend had just trip on treasure island. >> right in the middle of the afternoon, it was just crazy. we could hear sirens coming. greigo also says she is glad the chp is investigating >> i am glad, they can have my video and enhance. >> it is just bad, concerned for families bad example, concerned they would copy them.
>> reporter: terisa estacio, kron 4. >> pam: the reeway sideshow was not the only one around the bay area this weekend. kron4's stanley roberts will show us how widespread the problem is -- tonight on kron4 news at six. developing right now. >> a serious crash making for a traffic nightmare on the bay bridge. you're looking live at the toll plaza --- fairly smooth there, but a different story coming the other way. a car and tanker truck collided on the lower deck of the eastern span. around 3:00. here's a look at traffic right now. the map indicating it's moving slowly. we'll continue monitor it -- and keep you updated. >> right now -- the sun shining in the bay area. the weather is getting warmer. here's a live look at dowtown san francisco -- and a live shot from our camera atop mount tamalpais.
blue skies, i'm here in the kron-4 weather center with jaqueline bennet. neighbors came by with >> a bit breezy that could change for the next couple of days. temperatures in the upper 50s even 60s in some locations. 58 in napa, 57 in antioch 87 plat pleasanton. as we take a look at our current wind speeds. 17 mph, sustained. half moon bay. gusts even stronger. 13 concord it is going to stay stronger. as we see we do have a clear skies with some cloud coverage from the north. it will stay dry however, with the high
pressure building in. and we will start to see some warmer conditions. breezy, but somewhat cooler temperatures overnight and tomorrow. so they just a bit warmer that trend will also be on wednesday how warm it is going to be this week. >> catherine: developing right nowdeveloping right now -- we're getting a better idea of the strategy being considered for immigration reform. a group of bipartisan lawmakers revealed their plan today.that would affect roughly 11-million illegal immigrants in the u.s. it comes one day before the president's plan is a group of senators got a jump on the president by laying out a point-by-point, bipartisan program for immigration reform the day before he unveils his long- awaited plan in las vegas. >> "we still have a long way to go but this bipartisan blueprint is a major >> reporter: it could be a big step after years of deep divisions between democrats and republicans.
>> "we do not want immigration as a wedge issue, must rather, we want a bipartisan bill that solves the problem and becomes law." >> reporter: it would include four key provisions: a tough but fair path to citizenship for people now in this country illegally, after steps are taken to bolster border security. revamping the current legal immigration system, by, among other things, attaching green cards to math, engineering and technology. hire undocumented workers creating a guest worker program for jobs americans are unable or unwilling to fill. >> "it's not beneficial for our country to have these people here hidden in the shadows. lets create a system to bring them forward." >> reporter: despite the bipartisan effort, the proposal has its critics. conservative groups say it's an amnesty plan for undocumented immigrants. the white house is optimistic. >> "it's happening because a consensus is developing in
the country, a bi-partisan consensus." >> reporter: the lawmakers hope the bill will pass the senate by late spring or summer. then it's on to the more conservative house. catherine heenan kron4 news. >> we want to know what you think about the proposed immigration reform. log on to the kron-4 facebook fan=page, post a comment -- i'll be reading them on air later tonight. banffbut first --- backlash to the san francisco mayors suggestion to bars. *not to sell hard alcohol during the super-bowl. that's after the break. >> and -- who police in brazil have now rounded up for questioning - in that nightclub fire that killed hundreds. i'll have the story -- at 5- 30. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy
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>> pam: the suggestion by the mayor of san francisco that businesses not to sell hard alcohol during the superbowl, has some bar and restaurant owners on the offensive. kron 4's maureen kelly >> reporter: the idea that watering holes should only serve.beer and winebut not spirts during the big game is being called ridiculous and unneccesary by the american beverage institutea dc based trade group that represents restaurants.. in a statement monday they wrote our restaurant members require servers to undergo specific alcohol training to prevent the over-serving of intoxicated customers.instead of banning or restricting sales, the city of san francisco should focus on promoting responsible drinking among its residents.
>> i am trying to start a conversataion that people >> reporter: the mayor - who has stopped short of calling for a citywide ban.says that celebrations that go out of control like the one that happened after the giants won the world serieswhere bonfires and vandalism were rampant. hurt the communityand that both those who drink and those who serve need to be mindful about that. josh bluewho manages a mission street bar that was covered in graphiti after the world series victory finds the mayor's proposal to be a bit arbitrary >> it's not what you serve it is the amount. >> reporter: but they say they do plan to be extra aware while serving their patrons on sunday.to >> being extra mindful of how many people are drinking what and to keep tabs on it. >> reporter: stay on the safe side >> our team coverage continues now.
but one place is relishing the teams success this year in particular -- santa clara. some fans there say santa clara is fast- becoming the team's one true home. kron 4's rob fladeboe has more on the spreading 49ers fever. >> 49ers pride >> reporter: meet leroy afanador, a longtime 49er fan bursting with pride that both he and his beloved 49ers have something in common these days, namely, their hometown. >> goal 49ers all the time every time i go somewhere it is co 49ers, go colin kaepernick. >> reporter: now, not everybody see's it that way, at least not yet. a sign here outside the 49ers new stadium says the billion- dollar project is the future home of the san francisco 49ers. but former city councilman kevin moore, who helped land the stadium by writing to the 49ers' john york ten years ago, would beg to differ. >> we can see what is
happening with joe montana is trying to build a hotel run across the street. people are seeing those things and i think that is why people are more excited. going to the super bowl certainly does not hurt. >> reporter: at signore's pizza parlor in downtown santa clara, it's walls filled with autographed pictures of past and present players who often dine here, fans root for what they like to call the home team. >> apply have been a 49ers fan for years and a season- ticket holder for nearly 20 years. >> is it is right down the road. >> reporter: many fans here consider the publicity surrounding the 49ers and their new home a down payment on the city's investment. leroy afandor is dreaming of the day when he'll ride his bike to 49ers games and just maybe, to the super bowl, right here in his hometown. in santa clara rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> pam: right now, the 49ers are in new orleans getting ready for super bowl 47. and we are hearing from star quarterback colin kaepernick. kron4 sports director gary radnich will be here with
that- at 5-30. gabe slate tech report >> it looks like the bay area is getting ready for super bowl parties and retailers are reporting a huge spike for television sales. >> the bake search of sales for large screen tvs. >> the large-search certainly, the l e d televisions are brighter and super, then and they are the most expensive. this is how the price breaks down, a plasma, at $450, and l c d at $550. it and what is funny is the technology and
plasma it is the best for watching sports. virtually, no motion borer. if you watch mostly sports i would say that he would get the best picture with an lcd with build motion blur... 3-d however, is not quite that much contents available. and if you want to get to the next best thing, you could even get a " smart tv " with this built-in camera. this application is gmrs like angry buirds this is 2005 hundred dollars. if money is not the issue and you want bragging rights take a look at this. this is an 80 in.
from sharp it is over 6 ft. wide. and to the thinnness best buy is not usually sell that many. only four have sold. this is $ 35500. >> we are going to start to see some warmer weather for the rest of this week a bit chilly with temperatures in the 50s. breezy conditions and we're not going to see much changes. wednesday, thursday temperatures getting into the mid upper 60s. as we take a look at the satellite ever stand ritter, some clouds coming down from the north. but high pressure will be building this will be well to the north with rain not making much of the progress
warmer for the next several days. tomorrow, will stay chilly. by 2:00 p.m., a mixture of 30's and 40's. and for the inland valleys and portions of the south bay. 50s and 60s and by 2:00 p.m., the temperatures will also be degreasing. for a chilly start tomorrow. decreasing temperatures- >> with 34 for livermore. the coast will see low 40's and '40's for the bayshore. for the afternoon, temperatures reaching to the upper 50s but 60s expected in cupertino. and largely 50s in concord, livermore.
upper kitties for the east bayshore. and 50s-for the eastern bayshore--a look at your extended forecast with not much changing. wednesday, thursday, friday, temperatures will be in the low-and mid-60s even upper 60s by thursday. it will cool down with the chance of showers for the weekend. >> catherine: a developing story. the boy scouts of america is considering a dramatic policy change. it might get rid of the policy to keep out gays as leaders and scout members. it would be a big reversal.since just 6 months ago, the boy scouts reaffirmed the policy of banning gay members. under the change being considered - the different religious and civic groups that sponsor scout units would be able to decide for themselves how to deal with this. there have been years of protest over the policy.and some corporations have suspended donations.
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minors. the first funerals began today. in the grief-stricken town of santa maria, brazil. investigators think they know what caused the fire. and they've detained four people to get more answers. the band that had been performing here at the kiss nightclub used pyrotechnics.which may have ignited insulation in the ceiling. a guitarist who was in the band says that when the fire began - a guard handed the group a fire extinguisher - but it didn't work. now - two band members have been detained for questioning. along with one or two of the club owners. the club was packed when the fire broke out - about two thousand people --- way over capacity. one of the survivors talked today about trying to get out. >> when i was trying to get out steps stopped me and i was yelling " fire " fire " to but they did not realize
that there was a fire they thought that it was part of the celebration. >> catherine: this fire reminds a lot of people of a 2003 nightclub fire in those island that killed 100 people. it was also sparked by pyrotechnics. >> i cannot believe the people i've done that again in a crowded nightclub. with a stampeding its. >> catherine: mourners crowded the streets monday - in what will be hundreds of funeral processions in southern brazil. families have been claiming the remains of victims. and brazil began what will be three days of national mourning. >> the white house is keeping up the pressure on congress to pass tough new gun laws. today the president met with law enforcement leaders. those guests were were all from communities which have suffered from recent mass shootings. including police chiefs from aurora colorado.and newtown connecticut. the president says he needs their help.and sounded optimistic. tra
>> if law enforcement are dealing with this every single day conference will pay attention and be able to make progress. >> in the wake of the new- town shooting. business has been booming at gun stores. that trend continues -- as background checks have reached their highest levels gun shop owners say the debate over tougher gun laws is still resulting in semi-automatic rifles flying off shelves. >> wintry weather is still blasting parts of the u.s. you see what's happening to this s-u-v.in minnesota. it's hard for drivers to stay on the road. other drivers got stuck alongside highways. as a mix of snow and sleet is making driving treacherous. snow plow drivers are working overtime. there were hundreds of crashes sunday.with dozens of people needing medical attention. and look how bad the visibility has been here in salt lake city.
a winter storm blanketed the area.making driving miserable. it got so bad sunday - the salt lake city airport was shut down. things are getting back to normal tonight. at least one plane slid on a taxi-way -- but no one was injured. stormy weather has brought half a foot of snow to northern utah. ---- >> this week is super bowl week. both teams are in the big easy gary radnich is here. >> this is not my normal slot i have not even have a time to shave. [laughter] >> pam: i was going to say that >> gary: time one of the smartest guys here. gary radnich and let us take you back. they are rivals for
the baltimore ravens that is how it was laid out by the leak. colin kaepernick that is the guy if he wins on sunday he will be king of the nfl. and coach harbaugh is holding onto his side that he does not know if he would lead his own son play football. >> i have a 4 month old, 5 month old and his name is jack. if president obama feels that way may be less competition for jack harbaugh that is the first thing that jumped in my mind. that is how parents think. it is still early he is only five months old. he is really big and has an enormous head. >> what is his 40 time? >> we do not have his 40 but his wingspan is a plus one
as soon as she grows into that had he will be something. > >> gary: and you know, if you cannot if you have a big head you could be on television. but if you have a small head like jim gray. but he has a small head and who is going to take that little peanut. and anderson cooper. he jacqueline has a big head. i have a big mouth and a big head. love and perhaps jack harbaugh could become a good guy on tv. kaepernick, that is the guy. is he nervous? >> i have said this before. pressure it comes from lack of preparation. this is not going to be a pressure
situation it is going to be a matter of performing, physically randy hellas police in been in my ear about playing like myself. and to play relaxed. >> gary: if you're looking for something with an edge they have been leading this for a while. and leaking- earning 7.5 million. and through his agent, they will come out and the 49ers would like to be released from his contract. and maybe he could get a new home right now the 49ers. without saying so are pretty much that we will try to treat you the courage you are a commodity to us. and show was the ravens if you could. the forty-niners were
nice and loose and notice, no camcorders with the 49ers. the ravens came in the suit and a highs. this is a business trip. john harbaugh how is your little brother going to do? >> i will not correct you can ask with the same question and how long will you last? it is okay. he is going to be fine. >> again i do not know john but if i had to ride cross country. if you miss the turn of it looks like the older brother but the shorter brother might say he blew it! [laughter] >> pam: we will see a lot of both of them and more of you at 6:00 p.m. and after you've shaved. >> jacqueline: it was a foot
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>> now for today's market update. stocks take a step back after last week's strong rally that push the s-and-p- 500 above 15-hundred for the first time in more than five years. on wall street the dow dropped 14-points. the nasdaq made a small gain. picking up four points. and the s-and-p 500 lost 2- points to close at 15- hundred even. r >> let us to halt winners and losers. rob. >> and let us talk winners and losers. and let me start with home sales. not as many. that is a good thing. in the wall street is responding to that as a negative. the inventory is
incredibly tight it is a seller's market pressing prices higher. this sales were 4.9% previous. however, 2012, 2013 might be better based on low inventory. realty group's have less homes on inventory of of that, it has been a great year since the year 20 07 id is been looking blood. sales are important. i do not want to totally dismiss that because 20 07-is looking -- could-- >> and also, the other winner that you have is that the nation is dealing with the flu epidemic with drugstores having vaccines. >> this is a wall street
wonder. with retail pharmacy departments many people are sick. 2.2% the number right now is 4.6%. obviously, it is double the demand. walgreen, cbs, and tylenol. they are doing incredibly well, cbs -- johnson & johnson and also, it is a good stock and novaris and invest in sickness... some of viewer questions elizabeth asks should i convert my 401k into an equity index? >> i've worked with a lot of financial planners and that is nearly sec, that
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treasury was a 1.2%, now it is nearly 2 percent. mortgage rates could be a thing of the past there will not sky rocket. however, shop are round and do not look to be right i do not think it is going to be out of control. you could still get at it perhaps 4% for 30 years. thank you, robert he is here on 6-3:00 p.m. >> jacqueline: still breezy as for take a look out side of the san mateo bridge some cloud coverage near the coast. some clouds moving in from the north. temperatures are chilly in a few places. we have been seeing some
gusting conditions and is a bit chillier. the north bay, 56 degrees in napa, concord, and also in san jose. here is what we can expect. chili and breezy. those winds will not die down completely with a tad bit warmer. perhaps one, two degrees warmer than today and for the evening it will stay breezy. as for the satellite & radar, that cloud coverage from the north. and as we take this whiter view with a high pressure is building offshore. and that wider shot is showing that it will become clearer. however, just nearly 1 in. in most be a relocations. traces at s f o and bay area-locations.
this is where we should be for this time of year. we are under the rainfall totals by several inches chilly conditions overnight. 30's in the san jose and for the afternoon temperatures will only be warming just a few degrees. upper 50s and 60s 59 degrees in san jose. a look a your extended forecast to read temperatures will be and the mid upper 60s. notice it will stay dry with a very slight chance of showers. >> pam: the man behind the manti te'o fake girlfriend scandal is breaking his silence. and will be giving his first televised interview to doctor phil. ronaiah tuiasosopo sits down down with doctor phil
for a tell-all interview about the hoax that duped the notre dame football star. it will air in two parts. and you can watch them both right here on kron-4. part one airs thursday at four. part two airs friday at four. >> pop star chris brown gets into a brawl and finds himself in hot water with the law. we've got details and all your entertainment news. next.
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the role of crime fighter when he caught a man trying to rob his home. police say diggs found a 20-year-old in his garage sunday night after returning from the screen actors guild awards. authoities say say the suspect ran off, but diggs chased him down, tackled him and held the man until officers arrived. t-m-z reports a second person, a getaway driver, escaped. >> you're never too old for childhood diseases apparently. according to a-b-c news. barbara walters has the chicken pox. she's been feeling down and out for more than a week after falling off a stair at an inauguration party and cutting her forehead. the fall sent her to the hospital, then came a temperature, then doctors diagnosed her with chicken pox. walters released a statement thanking people for all the calls and concern. >> and remember you can catch all your entertainment news right here on kron4. the o-m-g insider starts at seven, followed by entertainment tonight at 7:30.
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>> coming up we continue to follow a developing story live with the latest. and of chevron taking steps to avoid the explosion that happened in august. >> jacqueline: this live look outside of a san mateo bridge with a mixture of clouds, low-cost, high clouds and a little bit chilly. . well, well, well.
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(male announcer) this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. at six. we start with a developing story out of oakland. >> an eight- year old girl was shot this afternoon. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. the shooting happened on 65th avenue. in east oakland. the girl has been taken to the hospital. kron4's reggie kumar is live in oakland with the latest developments.
reggie? >> reporter: oakland it investigators said this a eight year-old was shot in the leg and is expected to survive. let me show you video. the girl was not the intended target. a group of armed individuals started shooting at this black s u v. howard shortened says the girl was caught in the crossfire. >> several people were shot at while accepting a vehicle that was parked. several people drove by and shot at the individuals. >> reporter: the girl is recovering at children's hospital in oakland the suspects remained at large reggie kumar, kron 4. >> pam: new at 6. chevron is
taking steps to reform its procedures, in hopes of avoiding another catestrophic explosion, like the one that happened at its richmond refinery back in august. kron 4's dan kerman has been looking over the changes. and has our report >> reporter: physical repairs continue and procedural changes are also in the works. in an updated report to house met chevron says that every piece has been possible susceptible to corrosion will be examined in a report by haz mat... it is corrosion that believed could be the culprit for the explosion. >> i believe that it will make it safer. >> reporter: randy is the director of the hazardous materials and he says that chevron is updating its checklist to make sure that
decision makers have historical data and a safety information when evaluating a leak. whether or not to shut down a piece of equipment. >> they have the sleek and did not shut it down. they try to determine and after this--leak it caused major damage. >> based on this checklist they would have shut it down a that would have made a difference. >> reporter: at this point they will continue to study these findings until the month of march. dan kerman, kron 4. >> pam: police are analyzing this video. and others. of a dangerous freeway stunt. in oakland. a bunch of cars parked along the freeway. watching others spinning out. this was very dangerousas kron four's haaziq madyun reports. this video may help
investigators catch the criminals. >> reporter: using these youtube videostrying to determine the license platesthe makes distinct features like these >> "right, we all know orange rims i mean" >> reporter: chp sgt. diana mcdermott says that is what their investigators are zeroing in on as they try to catch drivers who took part in the recent 880-freeway sideshow >> "pretty much the videos numbers, we're also gathering all of the facts from witnesses who called vehicles involved in this incident" in addition to video evidencechp investigators say people who were on the scene stuck in their vehicles watching while the sideshow took place can also play an important roll in catching those involved >> "absolutely, i mean descriptions of the drivers, what was unusual about them, that is all about just being a good witness" >> "they're all taking videos too" >> "good, the cops are going to want those videos"
>> reporter: in oakland haaziq madyun kron4news >> continuing our coverage. kron4 tracked down a witness to the freeway sideshow -- who filmed the whole thing. she recounted the scary moments. witness karen greigo also tells kron four news - that she is willing to hand over her video to authorities to help with the investigation. eye witness, karen greigo says when she realized the smoke on the freeway was not an accident but a side show, she got scared. as the cars control. >> where you concerned someone was going to get hurt? i was concerned, that i was going to get hurt? i was fearful they were going to hit the wall and come over on our side. if they lost control, they would have crashed right into the crowd. greigo who didn't want to go on camera says she had her camera with her because she and a girlfriend had just returned from a sight seeing trip on treasure island. >> right in the middle of the afternoon, it was just crazy. we could hear sirens coming. greigo also says she is glad the chp is investigating >> i am glad, they can have my video and enhance. >> it is just bad, concerned concerned they would copy their behavior. >> pam: she would be willing to hand over her
investigative video to investigators. >> pam: collided on the lower deck of the bay bridge. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news of the crash. it happened just after three p-m-- on the eastern span of the bridge. c-h-p lifted the sig alert just after four this afternoon and reopened two of the closed lanes. they say there was only damage to the property. and no one was injured. >> one of the three people who died in a crash on highway 92 in foster city last night has been identified. c-h-p says the driver 21- year-old juan carlos hernandez hit the guardrail, flipped over and crashed his car into a utility pole just before 10pm last night near the foster city boulevard exit. another passenger was taken to the hospital where he underwent surgery. and is in critical condition. police say others suffered minor injuries. investigators are looking into whether drugs or alcohol led to the crash. >> this was the scene on spring
smoke poured from the attic and garage where the fire is thought to have begun. fire officials reported that one occupant suffered minor injuries escaping the home. fire remains under investigation although the tells kron 4 she thinks it was sparked by some faulty wiring. neighbors brought blankets and clothing by for >> with only a few days left until the superbowl, some series celebrations are case post game parties get out of control again. kron4's maureen kelly spoke to the operators of one bar in the mission about the steps they are taking. here you can see the spontaneous bonfire and fire dancing that broke out back in october of last year in front of the beauty bar at 19th and mission. and here is what the side of the business looked like the next day. but those who operate the barare still looking forward to sunday. >> i cannot wait it is great for business. but this time things will be different. we will have extra security and mindful of people getting too rowdy. dispite the mayor's suggestion not to serve hard alcohol on game day.they still plan to sell spirts as well as beer and wine.but their staff will be keeping patrons.
>> it is not what you service how much you serve. be mindful of what is it drinking and frequency, accommodation. it all circles around to the same point. extra mindful. we want people to enjoy it and make it safe and fun. >> reporter: >> you don't have to be from san francisco to be a 49er fan and nowhere is that more apparent than in santa clara. with the team's new billion-dollar stadium being built their, the team's success on the field has given rise to a dose of civic pride. there's plenty of red and gold to be seen around town and some fans are going so far as to say santa clara is the team's true home amid some super bowl dreams of their own. >> i think that the with the team training in the santa clara the residents should be excited. >> there will always be the san francisco 49ers and we
all know where they play and live and we see them around town >> the small businesses, we are ready for it, we are ready for it. >> pam: the truth is, there are 49er fans across northern california and beyond. for the record, the sign outside the new stadium says.'future home of the 'san francisco 49ers.' >> catherine: a group of bipartisan lawmakers has revealed its strategy for immigration reform. it would affect 11 million illegal immigrants in the u- s. it comes one day before the president is scheduled to unveil "his" plan.. the group's proposal has four key provisions: a tough but fair path to citizenship for people now in this country illegally, after steps are taken to bolster border security. revamping the current legal immigration system. among other things - green cards would be attached to advanced degrees in science, math, engineering and technology. penalizing employers who hire undocumented workers and creating a guest worker program for jobs americans are unable or unwilling to fill.
>> "it's not beneficial for our country to have these people here hidden in the shadows. lets create a system to bring them forward." >> catherine: despite the bipartisan effort, the proposal has its critics. conservative groups say it's an amnesty plan for illegal immigrants. the lawmakers hope the bill will pass the senate by late spring or summer. then it's on to the more conservative house. >> jacqueline: it was a little warmer of their but still fell to chilly because of the wind. felt chilly. high temperatures in the 50's & 60's. 63 degrees in santa rosa. 57 in redwood city. and 58 degrees in concord. as we take a look
get to current conditions temperatures are cooling. with 57 degrees in daly city. 50s in half moon bay. at these locations with breezy wind still of the teens. feeling colder than those temperatures. currently, the wind speeds are 16 mph. 12 in redwood city even with the wind speed in the teens it feels like it is several degrees cooler. that is how we will see it as we take a look of the weather headlines when the, breezy, chilly. sunday with just a tad bit warmer. and i will show you how warm it is going to get. >> pam: sixty seconds might not seem like a lot of time. but when it comes to an earthquake. a one minute notice could save lives. that's what one california lawmaker says. state senator alex padilla of van nuys introduced legislation today for an 80- million-dollar early warning system. the earthquake warning
system would be made up of sensors located throughout the state. padilla says it could give people time to take cover, get out of a building or for drivers to pull to the side of the road. coming up. the boy scouts of america is considering a dramatic change in policy on gay members a deadly fire swept through a crowded nightclub in southern brazil early sunday. the country in mourning. >> and iran's big step in space travel.after successfully launching a monkey in sub-orbital flight. we'll be right back. for over 60,000 california foster children, nights can feel long and lonely. i miss my sister. i miss my old school.
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>> catherine: the boy scouts of america is considering a dramatic change in policy on gay members.. at this point -- gay scouts and troop leaders are banned. but the group has been talking about changing that. that would be a big reversal - since it just reaffirmed its policy 6 months ago. under the change being considered - the different religious and civic groups that sponsor scout units would decide the issue for themselves. there have been years of protests over the policy to ban gays.and some corporations have stopped donations. >> today marks the first of three days of mourning in brazil. after 231 people died sunday in a nightclub fire in the southern part of the country.
today we learned that four people --- two club owners and two band members -- have been arrested. elizabeth corridan has the latest. >> reporter: mourners crowd the streets in the first of what will likely be hundreds of funeral processions in southern brazil. one-by-one, families are claiming these coffins and the remains of their loved ones. investigators believe a band's pyrotechnic show set nightclub early sunday that killed more than 230 people. >> our was trying to get out and the security did not let me out. hundreds more were injured in the chaos. >> "when i was trying to get out, the staff stopped me and i yelled 'fire, fire' not realizing what was going >> reporter: the mayor is defending the city's record of fire >> our fire department has always done a very strict surveillance on the homes of
shows . >> reporter: many are drawing comparisons with a 2003 fire at a rhode island nightclub - also sparked by pyrotechnics. 100 people died. a survivor says the video he's seen out of brazil is eerily familiar. >> "the way that people could not get out the doors, the stampeding, the look on people's faces in the videos of just the panic." nearly 10 years later, some rhode island survivors still bear the scars of burns and injuries. they know all too well, that the there is a long, painful road ahead for many of the survivors in brazil. >> this is so brand new to them, they haven't even begun to understand the ramifications of this. >> reporter: the people in custody in brazil have not been identified and have not been charged - but are expected to be held for at least five days as the investigation continues. elizabeth corridan, kron 4 news. congress has passed a 50- billion-dollar emergency relief measure for victims of superstorm sandy. the bill cleared the senate late this afternoon. and is now heading for president
obama's desk. lawmakers from the northeast say the money is desperately need to help the region recover and rebuild from the storm. officials in hard-hit new york and new jersey say tens of thousands of families are still displaced or lack adequate heat. >> much of the country continues to be blasted by wintry weather. in minnesota. a mix of snow, freezing rain, and sleet made driving a bit treacherous. hundreds of crashes were reported yesterday. but no serious injuries were reported. and in utah snow and ice on the salt lake international airport. the storm was expected to bring between six and 12 inches of snow to the state. >> and the big apple is no stranger to the big chill. but it's not everyday something like this pops up. here you see a water fountain in new york's bryan park. frozen over! these picture were taken on friday. temperatures stayed below 40 a break is in sight. the national weather service is predicting temperatures could be as high 60 later in
>> jacqueline: significant warming. temperatures will stay the same. chilly morning temperatures. a look at the satellite & radar. it has not taken hold of our it will start to press towards the coast. it has been a dry for the month of january. so far, not very impressive. we should see several inches of rain fall for this month. in fact, just a few inches for this month. and we should really use them rainfall.
chilly mornings and mild afternoon. tomorrow, pretty chilly in santa rosa, 55. 50s in fairfield. 34 in livermore. 30's and '40's for the bayshore. temperatures very similar to today's reading. if you degrees warmer with 60s in napa. 57 in half moon bay. they look at your extended forecast just a tad warmer but as for take a look said wednesday, friday. a bit of a cooler weekend there is the slight chance for showers. the long term computer models but we will keep you postediran sends a monkey into orbit.
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is pleased with a sharp rise performance as well as the changes they are making. chevron says every piece of carbon steel pipe will be inspected prior before it is restarted. it is updating its equipment in berkeley, dan kerman, kron 4. >> reporter: seismic detection equipment is being upgraded formal legislation that for create an earthquake warning system. this is crucial for california and the system could help save lives.
coming up i spoke with the seismologists at berkeley. what they had to say and how this is supposed to work. scott rates, kron 4 news. >> mayor ed lee wants to remove in section between the 16th. basically he wants to create a neighborhood that they are creating as mission bay. this is along the road and as the various agencies and the public before anything could happen. charles clifford, kron 4 news. >> in san francisco some businesses that were hard hit to turn to world series are making plans for super bowl sunday this you see was the scene of a least one the spontaneous bonfire. and it was covered in graffiti.
they want to be prepared. with a double the staff and extra security. they still plan on showing the game and having locker they will be more vigilant not to over serve. maureen kelly, kron 4. >> the 49ers fever is growing civic pride the new 49ers stadium going on and near the great america could be the future of the 49ers but councilman, kevin more was an early booster of the stadium. among others, he says that the future is in santa clara >> many things are going back to historical information. >> in santa clara, rob fladeboe, kron 4. >> reporter: a big sales and television sales with super
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30's in fairfield, pleasanton. a mixture of 30's and 40's for the bayshore. temperatures will be in the upper 50s for the south bay and 50s for the most part everywhere else. 58 in concord, alameda and san leandro. low 50s with ocean beach, daly city and a mixture of 50s and 60s for the north bay. they look at your extended forecast. wednesday, thursday, friday with upper 60s possible. >> take a look at this passengers on thisa close call for a video. take a look. these gray whales off the coast of san diego last week. this couple from oklahoma city took place you
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(male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found people behaving badly. >> about what happened on interstate 880 when some people abused their driving privileges with these sideshoe antics but i'm starting to think it must have been national sideshow month in oakland because courtesy of youtube look what i found background chatter: what you got what you got lets go daddy o show me what you got this brown mustang did donuts for what amounted to just over 30 seconds in east oakland the video was dated january 27
this video was you are looking at now is dated january 12 2013 and it featured not one but multiple drivers doingin one video they bragged that the sideshow had been hour i have done numerous segments regarding people in different parts of the east bay posting these sideshows in some case the people burn their logos into the video hoping tfor these events i keep hearing people say that we should give them a venue so they can have a place to this legally to me that's like rewarding them for bad behavior these are planned events they just don't happen by accident often they are posted in advance on car club forums i use to be in a car club i was the president of lincolns of distictions and we never violated the law when we rode it's called respect for our fellow drivers something you don't see in any of these video's in oakland stanley roberts kron 4 news >> coming up the latest... sports
>> gary: roevelinative this was january, 1922. their first super bowl victory over the cincinnati bengals it has been 18 years since they played in a super bowl. they will be playing in an orleans. with tad super bowl hosting jobs. with 10 -- hosting games and chairs domal representing kron and there he is, getting his picture taken with jerry rice. he is on his way with his camera and to jerry rice. he is planning to be there tomorrow. the 49ers are riot last evening with a nonstop flight. you do not
see the camcorders. or if anybody trying to be funny coach jim harbaugh spoke about the president's statement of if he had a son he did not want him to play football. his >> i have a 4 month old, 5 month old, i and his son is named jack. and, i do not know if obama feels that way about less competition for my son, jack. love that is the first thing that jumps in my mind. and i know the parents are thinking that way but is still early. and he is a really big kid he has an enormous head. >> what is his 40 time? >> we do not have his 40 time yet but is wingspan is plus one and as soon as he grows into that had he is going to be something.
>> this is one of the great guys. mark, some quick items fast. do you think that jim is loosening up because his brother is looking over his shoulder? >> i think that he realizes that he had asked to deal with the media. and if he has to do that he might is will have some fun. when he is forced to. do you think that they are laying off of those media questions. >> and i think that they will recognize that not every fan is interested we do not have to have a google matchup where they are going around town. i think that we
will see plenty of coverage. >> it was so successful let us move on to colin kaepernick. do you faint that if he comes through on a sunday that he will be the biggest and name. could he become a superstar? >> i do not know if he is able to do that in just off 10 games he could be that just the flavor of the month. he is building a car rear. >> so you do not think that his personality and the fact that he was put in midseason and came through spectacularly. i appreciate that you are conservative. you know, you have helped me out. how many people have we
seen where there have been flashes in the hands. and i want to wonder or not weather he is going to be an all-time great. it is wonderful to see am but these nine stars have been amazing. chauffeu joe flaco... do you think that he is being overlooked with all of this talk about kaepernick and religious. you know, like just thought of another name. i think that he has a chip on his shoulder. ray le is perhaps not the besti flier of the right now, do you follow ray
lewis... or do you think that heat is too much of look at me. >> and i am all about players telling themselves that hellas rewrite my columns. but ray lewis i do not know if i buy all of the latest religious conversion. i will say that sincerely, until a put it out. >> the story that was making the rounds. people have known about this but alex smith is asking for his release what is your best guess on how this will play out. >> i think that he will be granted his release but they
will make something like they will not be able to promise to sign with another team. like arizona. they could release that but i do not think they want to ban $8 million and i think there is a way that this could be gracefully handled. the mark, you have saved us so much trouble. thank you so much. >> you are welcome call anytime. and i will have some or gesture-- oysters...for you.. [laughter] >> thank you. >> any time. >> he is a great guy. and he is probably not a media freeload. this alex smith story is one that that if
you sure you want to get something at the end of the day of, the 49ers he is a good guide. if he does not want to be... baltimore ravens were getting off of the plane in the suits and ties and to john harbaugh. he has a relaxed personality he was asked this question. >> i will not crack you can ask for the same question over and over but it is okay my brother will be falling. >> and the warriors this just in from toronto and andrew has not played since
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