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get there is now word on a possible person of inim pam moore. 8 camera near the blast site. we have new photographs of blast. into the bomb that used. and we are learning more about the severity of the injuries people suffered in right now, the death toll grant lodes is here now with it appears significant the investigation. >> reporter: a boston politician says get
video of a man dropping off contained a bomb. the boston city coulcil president says surveillance department store shows the hooked getat one point today, several respected media organizations were reporting an arrest had been made. fbi and boston police have investigation appears to have traction today.after speak.i'll be updating you on developments throughout the night. >> pam: of evidence in the bostonthe police described it. as here to tell us what out who is behind the terror. justine. >> reporter:today, investigators in white jumpsuits went out to the crime scene. in search on rooftops. and they found many pieces let's show you now. some
forensic photographs from the blast sites. f.b.i. says was a pressure cooker that held one of the bombs that exploded during the boston marathon. of a pressure cooker on the 2. this is shredded black backpack that the f.b.i. says contained one of the believed to be in it. come appeared to be a battery one of these online. this and liftchargeable. it is advertised as having a "very long" fox's lot in remote control cars. the device were found and measured. officials said the pressure cookers were filled and black powder. 5. this looks like wires. the explosive devices were triggered by "kitchen-type" the recovered parts include part of a circuit board, which might have been used to detonate a device. a law enforcement official said monday's bombs were probably detonated by timers. 6. another piece of a pressure cooker was found at a blast site. forensic and components of the homemade devices were container,
could help manufacturer and possibly buyer. wethis is a different view of the bombing. >> pam:these pictures were taken from a nearby office building and show the chaos coming up at 5:30. we have new images to show you of what the bomb might have looked like. right now we are awaiting an >> catherine:you are looking live at boston. this news conference expected to start any minute. we are learning more about the chinese woman who has been identified as the third person killed in the bombing. >> pam:catherine heenan is here with that story. and an update on the injured. >> catherine: the boston globe posted this picture of running shoes and flowers.
krystle campbell. all three were killed as they stood near the boston on the last day of her life, men lu posted this picture titled "my wonderful breakfast." among the 14=thousand comments on her microblogging website, this would want to harm her. another chinese student is among the dozens of victims being treated at a half=dozen boston hospitals. expected to survive, but many suffered horrible wounds. >> "we had, as of today, seven amputations in five patients." >> "and how do you tell someone >> "well you have to be honest and it's a very difficult especially, and their caregivers. but we just be honest. we do the best we >> catherine: at boston medical center, two patients, including a 5- year-old, boy, are still in critical condition, but all are expected to survive.
this office, have been released. eight are still in critical and cut condition. has three remaining patients. is not as the go-between both of injury in good condition; of >> pam:a 10-year-old boy is in critical condition with multiple leg injuries and a 9-year-old girl with a leg injury also is in critical condition. brigham and women's hospital critical condition. about 20 other people are being treated at other hospitals. one of those victims hurt in the blast. is the 11- year old martinez boy who was injured by one of the two bombs that went off. tonight but aaron hern is in the boston children's hospital. electric joins us with the
latest on more aaron's condition. j.r.? ... >> reporter: pam, the concern here is on hand. that is what doctor's operating on now as i speak. this is aaron hern who is 11 years old and in the boston children's hospital. he was finish the marathon with his have hit. he has been sedated quite a bit since the explosion. he hasn't been able to talk because a breathing tube that is still being used. his mother tells harder and harder each time he wakes up to communicate. it's all through a touchpad and its sometimes legible and sometimes not. it's possible that the breathing tube will be taken out today as well. today if a skin graph is needed for the wound on it looks like a war woundstill lots of healing to be done here. family. a number of different fundraisers were announced today as well. yes, there are at least five different businesses in martinez taking donations or donations. right now it inkatha seems that this town is
boston terror attacks ahead.but right now we have a another poison letter president. pam we've just learned that federal agents have made an arrest in the case. they say a man in mississippi named kenneth to president obama. letter sent to a mississippi senator contained the poison ry-sin. tested positive for the same toxin. it was intercepted at a screening facility outside the white house. it was received tuesday - and the f-b-i says the letters to both men were post-marked memphis tennessee -- on april 8th. the white house says staffers followed a careful drill in handling the letters.and no one was injured. from longtime other than standard protocol. any time
a specific powers in the mail facility is inspected. out _ that is screened. steps are taken a remote sites. mississipi republican. it had markings similar to the one sent to the the f-b-i says both letters will undergo more testing. both were intercepted at off-site mail screening buildings capital police say it turns out that suspicious packages investigated in the u-stoday were "not" hazardous. but at last word - a man was still being questioned. some senate office buildings were closed for a time. and senator carl levin says tests are being done on a suspicious letter sent to his michigan office. a staffer who discovered the letter is spending the night in the hospital as a precaution.but he has shown
no signs of poisoning. targeted with ricin. people started asking.what ricin is a toxin or poison found in castor beans. castor beans come from castor plants like this one. the plants are popular with some gardeners. ricin comes from castor oil which is found in castor beans. in its purest form, ricin is a light colored powder. officials say it's most dangerous for people when they swallow it, inhale it, or are injected with ricin. they say it's difficult to absorb ricin thriough contact with skin. however, ricin is very potent.the toxin can be deadly.it attacks the nervous system. symptoms include chest pain, dizziness, fever, seizures. a terror medicine expert says just one or two grains
of salt would be the equivalent size of the amount of ricin that would kill a person. there is not an antidote for ricin. a gun control package spurred on by last winter's massacre of 20 children and 6 adults at sandy hook elementary school, went down to defeat today in the u.s. senate. despite the fact. that polls show the measure is supported by a majority of americans. angry reaction from the president. this bill would have tightened background checks on gun buyers. required when guns are purchased from federally licensed firearms dealers. the proposal called for extending the requirement to other sales at gun shows and on the internet but there simply were not enough vote. 54 senators voted in favor.. a majority. and 41 republicans
and 5 democrats sent the bill to president obama appeared with the families of sandy hook victims shortly thereafter. families must become a brief to position their elected leaders. not just to honor the memory of their children, but to protect the lives of all of our children. a few minutes ago 90 percent of democrats in the senate voted for that idea. but it's not going to happen. because 90 percent of republicans in the senate voted against it and supporting. the gun lobby and its allies willfully lied about the bill. unfortunately, this pattern of untruths about this legislation serves a purpose. that intimidated a
lot of senators. all in all this was a pretty shameful day for washington. this effort is not over. the president says come election time, supporters of gun control legislation are going to voice their support who voted against this bill. of this gun control package. the assault weapons ban votes. and the bid to block the sale of high capacity we will tell you about the young teens accused of the crime and why it has won the east bay neighborhood shaken. investigators in a big break today and in the fbi colin off multiple press count is. details when we come back.
it now appears that the murder of a man in the oakland hills was a random act. this is the victim and emergency medical technician named quinn boyer. he was shot in the head and you drove over a row. not by young teenagers are accused of the crime between the ages of 14 and 60 years old. we do not know if there will be charged. some neighbors and that normally quiet area are on is tonight. >> it's a bit frightening.
it could have been anyone of us. who frequently travel. i did not see anything and it was around that very same time. there were several other people who'd just miss this event happening. it could have been >> pam: anyonepam oakland police will address the random nature of the crime. coming up on kron4 news tonight at 6:00. >> catherine: a lawyer has now been appointed at their expense to represent the 27 year-old defendant. harris has been jailed without bail. he will be back in
court april 29th. he's accused of firing a charity who was driving a sports car. that card slot slammed into a taxi and killed the driver. >> pam: newly released documents show state transportation officials expressed concern about the integrity of a steel component for the new bay bridge more than four years ago. this information comes as engineers are trying to figure out what caused the the recently installed a boats. according to published reports, and 2008, caltran strongly criticized a bridge contractor for rushing the push schedule and delivering products that did not meet specifications. earlier this year, dozens of middle ross like this broke. caltran is still working on a fix. it is not known if it's labor day opening will be affected. >> a sunny and warm day around the bay area. and berkeley hills you can see
the crystal clear skies. much lighter winds. our current temperatures, warmer by 2 degrees. ies for a portionf the no. 372 in santa rosa, 78 and napa. 70 in fairfield. otherwise, in the upper 60s closer to the coastline, temperatures were in the low 60s but back down into the 50s. as to take a look ahead, tonight we're going to have clear skies. my temperatures. tomorrow will be warmer than today. more 70 degree readings. we will continue this warming trend through the weekend until early next week. take a look outside satellite and radar pitcher, crystal clear skies. this is a wire pattern we have been very accustomed to the past few months. we're getting it again after the rest of the workweek. for the futurecast, tomorrow
morning, fairly mild outside in the '50s. as we head into the afternoon, quickly getting into the '70s for the north bay the delta and the south bay will see widespread '70s into the 3:00 hour. temperatures in the morning lows in the '40's. widespread 40 to start and then upper seventies for the south bay tomorrow afternoon. for the east bay, widespread '70s. low seventies east bay stores. 774 livermore. closer to the coastline be kept in the '60s tomorrow, but otherwise '70s and the north bay and down the peninsula. our extended forecast, warmer weather tomorrow. temperatures are going to reach eighties and the bay area close to 90 degrees. remember you can watch our forecast whenever
it's convenient for you on our 247 news channel comcast channel 193 and kron4 by con. >> the boston city council president same surveillance video from the lord and taylor department store shows the backdrop at the location where the second bomb exploded just down the street from the first bomb explosion. he see that white smoke at the flag. that's for the first one exploded. distilled image here circling what appears to be a light colored back is from the second location. that politicians says he's not shore if they have already identified who made the person dropped, but that individual is certainly a person of interest at the very least. this surveillance video has not been released. the fbi was going to talk. they had a
couple of press conferences they canceled. at one point today, several media organizations reported a lot of confusion with the information. the fbi in boston police denied that any arrests have been made. we will continue to track this story and bring you the very latest. more. the person. a person of interest. lots of confusion, and the the night. bombings. the most complex crime scene they had ever
therapy to make it gays and lesbians go straight. the ninth u.s. circuit of appeals in san francisco today grilled lawyers on both sides of the issue. the judges asked whether a licensed mental health professionals who offer sexual orientation therapy are protected by free-speech rights and whether they are offering medical treatment that could be regulated by the government. opponents say the ban infringes on their free speech and freedom of association as well as religious rights. supporters say the prohibition is necessary to
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>> pam: add 530 we're following developments on the terror attacks. here is the very latest. there are reports, investigators are searching for a person of interest who was caught on a source surveillance camera. there was new information about the severity of the injuries suffered in the attacks. right now the doe the death toll still stands at three. all have been identified grant lotus is here with more. >> allow incorrect
information floating around. the fbi in boston police strongly denied that any arrests have been made but there does appear to be a significant development in the search of a suspect. today off the city council president st that the fbi is now closely analyzing surveillance video. demand dropping off a back which may have contained a bomb. this surveillance video is from a lord and taylor department store near where the second bomb exploded just down the street from where the first bomb went off. he said he's not sure if they have already identified the person, but that individual who drop the back, has leaked the person of interest tonight. we have not yet seen that lord and taylor surveillance video but this image shows to appear the bag before the bomb exploded. here's an image in hour later,. the fbi postponed and canceled
press conferences. we are staying on top of this. i'll be updating you on developments throughout the night. >> pam: and now looking at how one arm more of the boston marathon bombs was designed. kron 4's justine waldman is investigators are looking terror. justine. there is a duffel bag and incite a pressure cooker. the fbi says to maximize the impact of the device may have included nails and ball bearings. the fbi says the second bomb was also and a metal container, but there's not enough evidence to determine whether it was also a pressure cooker. all of the evidence that is being recovered from the scene will be sent to the fbi's lab in virginia where analysts will reconstruct the devices used in the attack. they believe that
will help them find whoever is responsible. people talking about selling boston strong. an injured woman and a runner knocked down just yards from the finish line are among those sharing their story. smoke and debris everywhere. extreme panic. you can see it and hear it. the first bomb went off to her right, the second to her left. same prayer. the explosions occurred spectators and runners. i felt something sharks i have not looked at it yet. and once i got inside, before we try to get under the table, i had realized i was
bleeding. although i did not know it was from the explosion. i thought had been shot. can you show us the wound? it's bloody. >> catherine: 78 year-old bill effort. he told the story to cnn spears morgan. >> tremendous explosion. sound like a bomb went off right next to me and it does have my whole body. my legs started jiggering around and i knew i was going down. >> catherine: which you don't see and the pictures, bill got up with a little help, finished the race. >> the insisted on meeting will chair over there and we started to do that, but before we did that i said
hey, my hotel is only about six blocks away. i think i could make it ok so they let me get out of there and i went on home to my wife. >> pam: experts are warning you should be careful before you make any sort of relations. our tech reporter gabe slate was standing by the news room has discovered scams popping up on the web and social networks. game gave what you find >> it> people are flocking on the web to communicate about this event. all of that increase traffic is increasing scams' who were taking advantage of this event. here's what you need to know. >> first of talk about scams that viruses that are tried to work their way into your computer. the use again by clicking on something you shouldn't. right now there are tons of the most spending campaigns with something tempting in the subject line related to the boston attacks. don't open
any e-mail's, facebook messages or tweets related to the boston attacks from someone you do not know. balas talk about cyber criminals posing as charitable organizations raising money for the boston victims. it's happening and you need to be careful who and what to donate to. there have been at least 125 troubling new domain names that have been registered in the past 24 hours. your nose like boston victim's donations by, and boston victims' fund got,. here is a safe way to donate online. this website. onefundboston.com. this is a real. 100 percent of what
you don't a goes to the victims'. cape slate, kron 4 news. >> catherine: some families of the sandy hook shootings have were being honored at the bombing. newtown still reeling from the school shooting in december but residents said it was important to show support of the boston brahmins. >> and this town, the healing has to be done. as a nation, we are all americans whether we beat muslims' hand to. >> i want to pray to god to kill us all. >> catherine: people at the vigil said they hope americans do not stereotype suspects when tragedies like this happen. >> jacqueline: certainly has been a very nice day out there today. quite a load 70
readings. and berkeley hills you can see the sunshine over the bay right now. temperatures still remain quite mild and a number of places. still running '70s and napa vallejo and fairfield. upper 60s for inland valley and also 67 in oakland. 69 sunnyvale. a look to a cooler closer to the coast line though. we are still seen some breezy conditions this afternoon but still a far cry from the past couple of days. 18 when guston concord. these are expected to die down overnight. we're going to see clear skies and mild temperatures into tonight and into tomorrow. more 70 degree readings around the bay area and we will continue this upward trend trend. i'll tell you how hot it's going to get coming up. >> we are monitoring developments out of boston.
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officials expressed concern hours. animal advocates saycalifornia now joinstwo lower courts have split it's been quite a nice day around the bay area today clear skies and warm temperatures and wins the most for the most part have been lighter still seeing some breezy conditions. allied look outside, certainly nice weather but not certain not traffic conditions. as we head into the rest of the work week, we're going to continue this upward trend. temperatures rising from 2
to 5 degrees each day tomorrow will be up as much as 10 degrees in some spots temperatures raised ranging in the '70s. as we had to friday and saturday eighties away from the coastline. r. p. keating saturday and sunday upper 80s for inland valley. will talk more about those wins but still pretty right now and half moon bay. livermore 20 when the dust. san jose. the wind gusts are not quite as widespread today and not as strong as the day before. the winter will be dying down almost completely until tomorrow. satellite and radar it pitcher showing high pressure right off shore. we are going to see sunny skies and warm temperatures for quite some time. at least for another several days. here's a look at our futurecast out the door fairly mild. quickly getting into the '70s by noon for
the north bay, the delta, are east bayshore and south bay. sixties around 3:00 hour. as you head out the door tomorrow, temperatures will be busting up into the 50s. the early at five or six in the morning, will see temperatures in the '40's around the bay area. 45 and hayward. for the afternoon highs, we are getting a lot warmer than today. and the south bay, 77 and paul o. widespread 73 east bay as well. 70 richmond, 72 and hayward, 72 and pleasanton and concord. closer to the time it shoreline, we will see temperatures in the lore '70s for sampras cisco, berkeley and an evita tomorrow afternoon. that war trend is under way and will continue into tomorrow
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over a man who dropped off the bag that may have contained a back. this is according to the boston city council president. he says this surveillance video is from a lord and taylor department store near where the second bomb exploded just down the street from the first bomb. he said it's not shore if they have identified the person. the fbi the late one press conference in canceled another and at one point today several media organizations were reporting that an arrest had been made. so lots of confusion. the fbi and the boston have denied any arrests have been made. we are certainly on the turn of developments out of boston and will continue to update to drop the night. the golden gate bridge moving smoothly north and southbound. no problems in san jose high 101. southbound headlights looking good, no problems there either. looking ahead now at the san mateo bridge,
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the death toll currently it appears significant video of a man dropping off contained a bomb. the boston city coulcil and they found many pieces considered helpful. let's show you now. some the blast sites. forensic photographs from the blast sites 1. a piece of what the f.b.i. says was a pressure cooker that held one of the bombs that exploded during the boston marathon. investigators found the lid of a pressure cooker on the roof of a nearby building. 2. this is shredded black backpack that the f.b.i. says contained one of the bombs that e bag would have been heavy
because of the components believed to be in it. 3. investigators found what appeared to be a battery from the explosive device. made by tenergy. you can buy one of these online. this one is high capacity, re-chargeable. it is advertised as having a "very long" battery life. it is used a lot in remote control cars. 4. shrapnel and a remnant of the device were found and measured. officials said the pressure cookers were filled with nails, ball bearings and black powder. 5. this looks like wires. the explosive devices were part of a circuit board, which might have been used to detonate a device. a law enforcement official probably detonated by experts said that the design and components of the generic but that the marking container, could help identify a brand and manufacturer and possibly lead to information on the buyer. this animation shows us what the device could have
looked like. a black duffle bag, and inside a pressure cooker filled with nails and ball bearings. evidence recovered from the scene will be sent to the f-b-i's lab in virginia, where analysts will reconstruct the devices used in the attack. a federal courthouse in boston has been reports that a suspect in the boston marathonan attorney who was inside police and media outlets what happened on monday and >> happened on monday remind us of the pot we respond. what we saw from the people of boston and from all those who rushed to aid the victims especially the police officers and firefighters the first
responders and our men and women in uniform. that is the spirit of boston, but it is also the spirit of this country. >> pam: we will continue to follow this development story and bring you the latest update here on kron4 on our web site kron4 doubt, and coming up later on we will have an update as well. >> pam: gathered in front of thewe want to reiterate -- the office say no arrests have been made. tonight authorities say this case. they have the man they believe mailed a poisoned letter to president obama. the letter tested positive for the deadly poison ry- sin. federal agents say a man in mississippi named paul kevin curtis is the suspect.. yesterday we told you that a similar letter was sent
to senator roger wicker. a mississippi republican. both letters were intercepted at screening facilities.and both were post-marked memphis tennessee - april 8th. the white house says staffers followed a careful drill in handling the letters.and no one was injured. a comprehensive gun control package went down to defeat today in the u.s. senate. president and disappointmentkron 4's dan kerman has reaction. new at six. >> our hearts are broken. >> a father response to the failure of the contract. disappointed but not defeated. we return home with the determination that change will happen. maybe not today, but it will
happen. in >> a news conference of the white house lawn, president obama sounded equally determined, but a great deal angry with members of the senate to fill to tighten laws on gun control measures. >> most americans think that's already the law. a few minutes ago, 90 percent of democrats and the senate voted for that idea. but it's not going to happen. because 90 percent of republicans voted against the idea. >> the president blamed the national rifle association for misinformation. if they supported the background check bill. >> all in all this was a pretty shameful day for washington. but this effort
is not over. >> the president says he will keep pushing of the passage of this legislation and his administration will take whatever steps it can without congress to protect people from gun violence. ultimately the background check legislation received 54 votes needed 60 to pass. a ban on high-capacity ammo clips and an assault weapon ban also went down in defeat. dan carmen, kron4 news. a line >> pam: police are offering a five -thousand dollar reward. for leads to the arrest of a man accused of molesting a 7-year-old girl in oakland. it happened on 10th street saturday afternoon. this is new surveillance video of the suspect. police say, the man entered a home, posing as a plumber. >> you can see the suspect walking down the street. when he was alone in a room with the seven- year old girl. police say, he began to molest her. and the girl screamed for help. soon afterward, the man then ran off. authorities later discovered the suspect was
seen earlier that morning around the building. the suspect is described as a white male. in his fifties. six- feet- tall and 160- pounds. with light brown hair and a white beard. tonight we're learning that the bay area gunman behind the shooting of two santa cruz detectives was allowed to resign from the military instead of face a less than honorable discharge. jeremey goulet's criminal records show investigators found probable cause to prosecute goulet in 2006 after being twice accused of rape, but his commander allowed him to resign instead of facing a court martial. the investigation into goulet's criminal records was spurred after the attack on santa cruz detectives this past february while they investigated a report of a sexual assault. goulet was later killed in a shootout. 3 of the 5 young boys recently arrested for the carjacking, robbery and
arraigned today at the alameda county juvenile justice center a roadside memorial has been set up on keller avenue in the oakland hills at the location where the off-duty emt was killed. during what oakland police describe as a violent criminal act that could have happened anywhere in the city. >> ".mr. boyer" the victim's happen to be at a time and place that is unfortunate when five of the suspects were approached them in a commission of a crime which resulted in mr. boyer's death. as we know, crime can happen anywhere and anytime in this particular case, the crime was taking place, resulted in the death of this man. >> pam: the juvenile
defendants as adults in the murder case >> superintended says his hands were tied because the incident occurred off campus at a house party and was not related to school. the superintendent also said that officials did kick to of the three boys off the football team, but could not expel the boys because education is a fundamental right but participation in sports is a privilege. the boys were recently charged in the case. the parents say the girl was sexually assaulted at a party and a humiliating faldo was circulated around school related to the fifth zero steps. >> a gorgeous day around the bay area. in warmer temperatures and it remains sunny and mild this afternoon. he said the wins are a lot calmer and the
berkeley hills. it is still sunny outside. tempters this afternoon reached into the '70s and a number of places. 72 in santa rosa and in vallejo. 71 for richmond. 70 and concord and livermore. without the upper 60s down the peninsula and in the south bay. even 65 in san francisco this afternoon. as we look at our current wind speeds. we are seen when gus. 24 mi. per hour and then bay. they're not as widespread as they have been in past days. winds are expected to die down and we will see clear skies and calm conditions. mild temperatures as well. tomorrow will be warmer than it was today. we will take a look at your extended forecast in just a bit. >> pam: new details emerging about the victims of the boston terror attacks including a boston university grad student from china who was killed in the
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boston university grad student from northeastern china. lou joanne's the three who stood near the finish line. on the last of her life, she posted this pitcher, her wonderful breakfast. among the 14,000, on her micro blotting website. this one asking why terrorists want to harm her. in other chinese food is among the dozens of victims being treated at a half-dozen boston hospitals. doctors said all of them are expected to survive, but many suffered horrible wounds. new >> line as of today we had seven amputations of five patients. you have to be honest with patients about that. it's a very difficult thing for both the patients and especially their families. >> catherine: the bombing victims were taken to a
half-dozen of boston hospitals. of the 187 people treated it out to third have been released. 17 are in critical condition. >> pam: bay area families also affected. an 11 year- old was near the finish line. he was cheering on his mother who was participating in the bomb--marathon when the bombs went off. kron4's j.r. stone has new details on his condition. resumed most flights. hundred.. m. news at six.
line. cheering on his mother who was participating in the boston marathon when the bombs went off. leg which was the size of an touchpad device to try and write what he feels. his mother told us earlier today that there was a possibility of that tube being removed today. aaron had been getting fevers so there was and is a concern of infections. he does have an entire team of doctors dealing with the shrapnel that hit him. pam, now back to you. >> pam:we will continue to follow this developing story. tomorrow the president and first lady will travel to boston to attend an interfaith service dedicated to the victims of the boston terror attack. you can always find the latest updates here on kron 4. and on our website. at kron4 dot com. britain's iron lady,
margaret thatcher, was laid to rest this morning with prayers and ceremony. 2,300 relatives, friends, colleagues and dignitaries assembled in st. paul's cathedral to remember britain's only female prime minister. world leaders and dignitaries from 170 countries were also in attendance. as was the queen and her husband prince philip. thatcher died last week after suffering a stroke. warmer weather out there today and a warming trend will continue as we head through the rest of the workweek and the rest of the weekend. tomorrow, more 70 degree readings as we head into friday saturday, more a degree readings. and i sat by sunday widespread into the '80s. satellite and radar picture, crystal clear skies over most of california. high pressures driving this storm will to the north. that is where it will stay he. futurecast for
showing temperatures starting off in the '50s tomorrow morning as you head out the door and quickly jumping into the '70s for the north bay the delta and east bay shores. widespread '70s for the south bay. starting in south bay, '70s everywhere. 77 in palo alto and santa clara. 70 cupertino campbell. 75 for san jose. whites for '70s through the east bay cree 70 richmond. upper '70's for our inland valley. 774 livermore. los '70s for the peninsula and are east bayshore is. temperatures only state in the '60s for the immediate coast line 6 to the sea breeze wins. will be in the '70s for the north bay. your extended forecast, again, warm weather will continue for the next several days. about five degrees warmer each day as
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>> p it's prom season - a time when many parents talk to their teens about the dangers of drinking and driving. but risks to teens from alcohol go way beyond what happens on the road. driving it can be disastrous. but new data shows that the majority of deaths from underage drinking aren't due to traffic accidents. according to mothers against drunk driving or madd, 68% of the fatalities in young people aren't a consequence of being behind the wheel but were due to homicides, suicides, alcohol poisoning and other causes. here's another interesting
piece of information.three out of 4 teens say their parents are the number one influence on their decisions about alcohol, we'll be right back. >> pam: at kaiser permanente, we've made major advancements in reducing >> pam: the incidents of broken bones in seniors. we've received recognition for getting hypertension under control for over 80% of our members. we've made significant advances in asthma, immunization and maternity care. and j.d. power and associates ranked us highest in member satisfaction among health plans in california.
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city council president who says this surveillance video is from lord and taylor department store near where the second bomb exploded. he says he's not shore it operates at actually identified the person, but the fbi is not saying much. they delayed one press conference this afternoon and they canceled another so were looking for answers. at one point today, seven respectful media organizations reported an arrest had been made. so a lot of conclusion. the fbi boston police denied any arrests have been made. we're certainly offering all developments out of boston and we will update you as we learn more. >> these are pictures of nude pictures of evidence. while searching a roof, investigators recovered a pressure cooker with it possibly used in the attack. this is part of a shredded black backpack that the fbi
says contained one of the bomb that this bloated. -jet exploded. justine waldman, kron4 news. >> people have been flocking to the web and social networks to communicate about the seabed. all of this increase web traffic has attracted cyber criminals running scams tried to take advantage of this emotional time. there is a safe way to donate online. this is what you need to know. these website, onefund.cis website. gabe slaten 4 news. >> 11 year-old aaron hernan was hit when these bombs
went off. he is in a boston hospital. you went into surgery wednesday and doctors tell parents that surgery was successful in closing a wound that was the size of an open hand. j.r. stone, kron 4 news. >> here in sarah toll, school district officials speak out about the case involving under a pot. st. they did who they did what they could. this is the girl who took her life in september after pictures reportedly circulated around campus been sexually assaulted at a party while passed out. three teams have been arrested. autry's family accuses the district of failing to take action. coming up on kron 4 news, could the district have done more to prevent her suicide. legal experts way and plus, they say this case could affect a school near you. that's all coming up on kron4 news at 8:00. to reach terisa estacio, kron 4
news. >> >> jacqueline: today temperatures for about two to five degrees warmer than what we saw yesterday. we saw more low 70's through santa rosa vallejo. 70 and livermore. we will continue this warming trend tomorrow out the door. temperatures in the '50s. quickly getting into the '70s by the noon hour. will see widespread '70s that's the yellow on your screen. 75 in sunnyvale and san jose. upper seventies for inland valley. it will be 78 in concord and pleasant. los '70s for east asia or spirit and will '70s and san francisco. 73 the north bay. the only 60s on our immediate coast line. the warming trend will continue through friday,
>> pam:after a nearly three year construction project the san francisco exploratorium opened the doors to it's new 300- million dollar home today. the hands on science museum is now located along the city's waterfront at pier 15 after being at the palace of fine arts for more than 40 years. the new space is triple the size of it's former home.allowing for the display of at least 600 exhibits with more room to expand. they also now have 2 acres of space for outdoor exhibits.something new for the museum. all these years we've been taking mother nature and bring your endorse. here, we finally get to play with mother nature and outdoors.
we really instrumented the landscape of the wonderful ways you can actually see the chaotic dynamics of the wind and the strong ties to or really have a son behaves in how solar light work. "light work" >> pam:tickets cost as much as 25 dollars per person, but bay area residents will be able to get a discount.20 dollars for adults, 15 dollars for kids over five. most of the outdoor area will be free to the public.
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at least 110 structure fires--tenn.. we will have much more on kron 4 news at 8. now has matt situation in several fires. i'm gabe slate, kron4 news. >> take a very close look; i'll leave the video up for a bit. if you notice there are two people and man and a woman both have syringes in their hands as for what is in the two syringes, well i'm not an expert all i know is that what i'm showing you they are under this bridge in the town of el sobrante just off san pablo man road what brought me here was this porta potty, one of the only one's i have seen with a notice that it's under 24 hour survalliance this pota potty is located right behind the el
sobrante library located on appian way nestled right next to san pablo creek a watershed the portable toilet was placed there because people were going down to the creek and using it as a public restroom i took a walk around that area the first thing i noticed was this capped syringe only a few hundred feet from this playground not to mention all the disgarded liquor bottles scattered about and all the spray paint cans from grafitti artist yes there is grafitti painted under the bridge some not so bad looking albiet it illegal and i did see evidence that the park and creek have been used as public tiolet and even a used diaper disposal area i spoke to business owners who tell me there has been a problem with this creek for a while and it's not uncommon to find used needles scattered around as it relates to trash, the creek is slightly cleaner than many other creeks i have seen in a while but then again the porta potty that is under 24 hour survalliance was also preety clean inside oh and before we go lets check in on the couple with
a debut. two-thirds of an inning. the game was over early. the astros. the a's at this point have a seven to one lead and they're just cruising along. they're 12 and 4 record, second best in all of baseball behind only the atlanta braves who lost a second today. . seven to 55. a great start for the aca's. nate montana on workout gary thoughts on nate joe montana when he's your dad that's tough stuff in this kid went to four colleges during his career
but he wants to play. the odds are he's not going to be drafted. he finished up in a division 2 school. hey, he wants to play. started his senior year at west virginia. he went to work out today with the forty- niners. it was awesome i love the bay area. a group or my whole life. it's awesome to the local and to come back or my dad played. he does have to put your head down and just try to make your own name. it's a blessing and curse you know. he tried to ignore the name that's joe montana son. it's been great having him. he went through the process when he was here. it was obviously different then but
he opened by i saw how cutthroat the business is so i know what to expect moving forward. when you go to foour four different colleges you keep trying. he was a backup at the law itselfde laselle. he wao know dame that's joe's out more modern. there's another story that his younger brother who is now a backup quarterback in washington was not getting a break and in north bay school in northern california so they moved the family to southern california for his senior year and there he played with the son of actor will smith and a few other big- name players. that's a good family moved and they love their son and he wants to
play so they're going to keep trying and trying and trying. if you're 49 or fan he wasn't trying of the forty-niners so much. we'll see what happens with nate montana. serious business charles would send one time nfl player of the year with green bay packers is looking for a new place to land. it's been awhile since he first visited the forty- niners. he's looking for more money elsewhere than the 49ers are offering. nothing has come about. the word from the forty-niners is that they remain interested and possibly adding him to the roster. clay matthews got $66 million to have his hair fly around and make tackles for the packers. five years 66 million. $31 million guaranteed so he stays with the packers. and a few minutes, the warriors tried
finished the regular season with a smile on their face and their six playoff position. they are in portland and the big story with two three-pointers that curry will be the all time single season shooter. he needs one to tie to the break. it was set by ray allen in the mid 2000's. he is the no. 1 athlete in the bay area of guys to date your daughter. >> is and he married. >> he's not dead. >> i want to stay awake. he'd be a little too quiet for me right? >> we've already established that he looks like my husband remember?. >> the first time i saw her husband i forgot for a moment. my point is i
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