tv KRON 4 Early News KRON September 24, 2013 4:00am-6:01am PDT
>> there are no charges being filed so far against the driver and it feels appears to have been just an accident. >> the city of oakland continues to have problems with the side shows. kron 4 is a grant lodes explains what site shows are and where the most recent shows are happening. >> this one happened in the porto oakland. you will hear several gunshots and people are saying bad language. we
would try to leap that out. >beep that out. >> here is a again. you can see him standing on a roof of this cars shooting apparently a woman who was she and a another car might have been mandan and another person this aggressive behavior at one point you heard her yelling that this is my car. it does not appear there were any injuries and that follows a another slide show on september 14th on 98 and macarthur. they responded to this and there were able to wrest the driver that was backing up into a police
cruiser tried to get a way. you have to side shows on opposite sides. you can see how this one ended with the rest. oakland police did state that they are making in this a priority. things did slow down for a while but the problem is back. >> police are still out looking for those responsible for attacking a man outside of his home in pleasanton over the weekend. 51 year-old david lamont remains in critical condition. he was found unconscious outside his home. investigators say that he had gone outside because a group of people, possibly teenagers, were making noise. when he went out to
talk to them, he was attacked. a nearby witness says that a dark colored suv leaving the area shortly after this happened. neighbors are stunned that this would happen along such a quiet street. >> police are still trying to figure out the motive for this attack. >> here is a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. we will be right outside at the san mateo bridge. we will be right back. hñ for over 60,000 california foster children,
outside at the san mateo bridge. we will be right extra curricular activities help provide a sense of identity and a path to success. joining the soccer team. getting help with math. going to prom. i want to learn to swim. it's hard to feel normal, when you can't do the normal things. to help, sleep train is collecting donations for the extra activities that, for most kids, are a normal part of growing up. not everyone can be a foster parent... but anyone can help a foster child.
all among the dozens of people killed in the mall attack in nairobi, kenya. as atika shubert reports-- the victims come from around the world, but the majority >> it was almost like a triple loss. he was like a uncle, he reminded me of my uncle. >> on saturday, he was hosting a cooking competition in the mall and posted these pictures to this winterfeed. she and a number of children or the gun down. >> she was expecting her first child. >> the president also lost family. his nephew and his fiancee were shot and killed inside the mall. >> i felt the pain of a real-life that was lost. i
share the grief with the nation. my nephew, his fiancee were among those who died in this attack. these art young, lovely people that i knew what i loved. >> australian architect and moved to the nairobi he volunteered to build hospitals and clinics without charge. his wife was a specialist who worked along others areas. this fall was just taken last month. the couple was two weeks away from expecting their first are. there are so many victims come to me to name is such a short report. kenya is in a morning. the death toll is still rising. >> president barack obama is expected to signal his willingness to engage with the new iranian government if tehran makes nuclear concessions long sought by
the u.s. and western allies. obama will address the united nations general assembly this morning. he'll also call on u.n. security council members to approve a resolution that would mandate consequences for syria if it fails to cooperate with a plan to turn its chemical weapons stockpiles over to the international community. the president's address will be closely watched for signs that he may meet later in the day with iranian president hasan rouhani , a moderate cleric who has been making friendly gestures toward the u.s. in recent weeks. >> here is a live look outside. we will get a live look coming up.
>> the san francisco 49ers are prepared to go forward without star linebacker aldon smith. smith was placed on the reserve non -football injury list monday. as he reportedly enters rehab for substance abuse. he was arrested friday accused of driving under the influence. and crashing into the front yard of a san jose home. now he is off the roster.
indefinitely. head coach jim harbaugh spoke at a press conference with his reaction to smith's attempt to get help. >> we have hashed through this and we are taking steps. this is an opportunity for him to stare hisself in the face. >> the santa clara district attorney's office is still reviewing the alleged d-u-i >> a bay area woman fired from an abercrombie and fitch store. is now thousands of dollars richer, after a judge rules she was fired and is a victim of discrimination. she tells kron 4's alecia reid, store management asked her to remove her religious head scarf, then fired her when she refused. >> after four months of being employed at this store in the mall the district manager told her that her a job did not comply with the look policy. >> i did not think this was
acceptable. i was suspended from work. >> she was suspended for a week and then she was fired. she filed a complaint with the equal employment opportunity. they violated state and federal laws and she is getting $48,000. >> i want people to stick to the their faith. >> abercrombie has now have a laundry list of things that they need to do. >> that would need to train all of their managers both new and you abou >>
>> >> it looks like today will be a sunny day but a lot cooler. in fact the temperatures are expected to drop off between 5 and 10 degrees. we are starting off in clear conditions. the winds have picked up along the delta and the temperature is a little bit more than yesterday. we are currently in the '60s. although it is a warmer start the temperatures on really will not budge on much as we head into afternoon. we really will not see any 80s in fact. we
are talking mid-70s for pleasanton and livermore. we will see 70's and a lower peninsula. san jose will have a high of 63 degrees. their religious looks like some might win and the temperatures in the most part will be in the upper 50s low 60's. your extended for cash or for 78 bay. passes the temperatures will start to rebound. we will see something skies and mid '80s. i did just check with the chp and we're not really amount to anything that will slow your ride down. it is a really nice start for your day. the traffic is slow from all of the approaches. we're not really tracking any problems at the pay gates. you can have to the san mateo bridge although it is a very notorious for backing up. you should
certainly keep this in mind. south on 1 01, the golden >> a three -alarm fire at a west oakland church caused 900- thousand dollars in damage. the flames broke out at the zion first church of god in christ. on eighth street. it took firefighters about 40- minutes to get the blaze under control. one firefighter suffered a minor injury. and was treated at the scene. the cause of the fire is under investigation. fire crews in southern california are fighting a brush fire that ignited monday in los angeles county. flames and smoke were first spotted in the san gabriel canyon area in azusa. firefighters call this the madre fire and say it's spreading quickly toward the angeles national forest.
authorities put mandatory evacuation orders in place for a few homes, and voluntary evacuations for more than two dozen families. fire crews have set up a staging area for water- dropping helicopters. so far, there are no injuries reported. and the cause of the fire is under investigation. >> vice president joe biden is helping to survey flood damage in colorado. the vice -president landed in colorado monday. and he met with colorado governor john hickenlooper. officials say, an eighth person has died from the severe flooding. two other people are currently listed as missing and presumed dead. torrential rains began september 12th. and continued for several days. adding up to more than 18 - inches of water in some areas. officials say, the floods caused roughly 135- million dollars in damage. >> health care is reuniting president barack obama and former president bill
clinton. the two are set to appear together today to discuss obama's health care law during a session sponsored by the former president's foundation. the joint appearance comes exactly one week before people without health insurance can start signing up for health coverage through new insurance marketplaces. it will be clinton's second effort in recent weeks to promote the 3-year-old law. congressional republicans insist it must be repealed. in a speech earlier this month in arkansas, clinton urged opponents of the law to quit trying to undo it and to work instead to improve it. obama also plans to promote the law during a speech this week in maryland. >> minors in california. will now have a chance to remove embarrassing photographs and potentially damaging postings, from social media websites. that comes from a bill signed into law by governor jerry brown. under the law. website operators would be requred to erase postings. when a minor asks them to do so. the law is set to take effect in january 2015. california would be the first state to enforce such a requirement. although the measure would
not apply, if the content had been re-posted. by a third party. >> two teachers' unions filed a lawsuit on behalf of san francicso's city college. they are asking for a court injunction, to prevent the school from losing its accreditation. the lawsuit alleges that an accreditation commission violated state and federal law. that commission gave city college a list of 14 recommendations to keep its accreditation. but said in july. that the school only met two of the 14- recommendations. a judges decision on a possible injunction could come in the next few weeks. >>for over 60,000 t back. california foster children, extra curricular activities help provide a sense of identity and a path to success. joining the soccer team. getting help with math. going to prom. i want to learn to swim. it's hard to feel normal, when you can't do the normal things.
>> there's increasing speculation about former secretary of state hillary clinton's political future. and when it comes to 2016 and another presidential run. she's in no hurry to make a decision about it or announce it. for that matter. jessica yellin has more on what mrs. clinton is talking about right now. >> look for former secretary of state hillary clinton to turn up on stage with her husband and president obama as they address health-care reform. she was also speak at the same awards dinner. harm would be 2016 upon it. she is dipping her toes into political water. she was also tackled the do no harm issues that keep the poll numbers in the stratosphere. she wants programs for
women and for girls. >> i believe that women should not be victims. >> she has a plan to help save africa's elephants. who could actually be against that? >> right now the best politics are focusing on issues. i have never met anyone on the political scene who ever said the that which they have got their involvement. >> since leaving office she has weighed in on controversial issues. she voiced her concerns for the voting rights act and the president's proposal on syria. she also spoke about gay-rights. she is signaling that she is not all in. she told new yorker magazine that she is a realistic about the possibility of running for president. she will just continue to weigh her factors. in the meantime
she stated that she is enjoying her every day pleasures. we laugh at our dogs, we take long walks. we go for a swim apparently she is talking about 2016 and she said is that that is from their list of favorite things to talk about. >> i do not know what she plans to do. >> the time is for 20 8:00 a.m.. here is a live look outside and here is the view from mount tam. will get an update coming up. a two - year old girl in
police say, she was playing outside with other children. when she ran into the street after a ball. the accident happened on jimno avenue. at around 6- pm. police say, speed and alcoholdo not appear to be a factor. the child was taken to oakland's children hospital. suffering from serious injuries. kron4's john fenoglio shows us the scene of the accident. >> you concede police officers are still out here. this child was 2 years old and she was transported to the hospital where she remains in critical condition. i spoke with the child's aunt and she stated that the child of vital signs are looking good. right now we contended that the driver is cooperating with police but for now this is an active criminal investigation. >> >> tragedy at an east bay middle school in byron. last night, a candlelight vigil was held in memory of 12- year old burgess hu.
the little boy was run over and killed while riding his bicycle. hu was hit monday morning outside excelsior middle school in byron. the driver. had just dropped off her own children. police say, she was pulling out of the school when she ran over hu. his friends are remembering the 12-year old boy. line as soon as someone stated that it was a child that was hit we immediately knew who it was. >> he was amazing. i played with him. he was always funny. every time i saw him he was smiling. >> he made everyone laugh. he made it better for us. >> he made it happy. >> at this point in the investigation, no charges have been filed against the driver. officers say it appears this was an accident. >> we will not said check
with the forecast. >> i do want to start off with a look at satellite and radar. we do have a low patchy clouds. you will notice that all of this activity is to the north. we are seeing some showers increase. this will continue north and to the east of us. you will not see any raindrops' but the system will help cool things down in fact, today is want to be about 10 to five degrees cooler than yesterday. it will be sunny and breezy and it will be upper 70's. danville have a high of 75 degrees. we was see 60's perhaps some seven is down the shoreline. union city will have a high of 69 degrees. it will be a pretty mild day in the south. >> yesterday downtown san
francisco had a high of 76 to greece. today i think that will be in the upper 60s. last but not least as we focus our attention on the board santa rosa will have off high of 76 degrees. again the winds will increase and it will be a cooler afternoon. tomorrow will be the coolest day and a good nils if you like cooler weather. your 7 their round the bay shows that we will have a stream of sunshine by saturday and sunday. upper 70's inside the bay. it looks like we will continue with similar weather as we start the next work week. the traffic around the bay is moving pretty smoothly. here's a quick bridge check. here is a live look outside at the bay bridge toll plaza. the
san mateo bridge is always a good option. remember we have seen heavy backups pretty much every day. if you are leaving your house on right now this is a good option for you. the drive time is 12 to 30 minutes. for those of you head into the golden gate bridge. it is not as clear as it was yesterday. we do not have any accidents to report. >> bart and its unions returned to the bargaining table yesterday, but made little progress. now, just 16 days remain, until a cooling off period ends and workers have the ability to go back on strike if the dispute is not resolved. in the meantime, riders are already feeling the pinch. frustrated union members are signing up for less overtime, and as a result, -- bart can't repair its trains fast enough. as kron 4's dan kerman reports, that means fewer trains and more >> if you're train is are running late. for several
weeks now bart has been running fewer trains. we first told to about this and at one point they were running 62 fewer cars. we're now finding out that the problem is continuing. 16 fewer cars on wednesday. 26 fewer cars on friday. today, 14 fewer cars. this means set anywhere from 1 to 10 trains are running short. bart's stated that they cannot keep up with this because it's your millworkers are mauldin this dispute and they are not signing of to do any overtime. they stated is not enough of them that are signing up in the cannot repair them fast enough. how long this is expected to continue they are hoping that they individually catch
a but in the meantime you can look for fewer cars. >> the rockridge neighborhood in oakland is on edge. after a robbery at a casual car pool zone. kron 4's scott rates talked to one of the victims who explains how it all happened. >> i had my cellphone and i just handed over to him. i think people nowadays are aware. you could not have predicted this. >> police have not yet issued the identity of the people that were detained. >> here's a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. we are waking up to clear skies and there will be cooler temperatures
compared to yesterday. >> the numbers are in from apple. there cell members that is. this was the first time that the iphone 5-s and iphone 5-c was on sale in stores. we will talk about one of the popular features coming up. for over 60,000 california foster children, extra curricular activities help provide a sense of identity
and a path to success. joining the soccer team. getting help with math. going to prom. i want to learn to swim. it's hard to feel normal, when you can't do the normal things. to help, sleep train is collecting donations for the extra activities that, for most kids, are a normal part of growing up. not everyone can be a foster parent... but anyone can help a foster child.
impossible to find. i called will different stores and they laughed and told me good luck. they are on ebay go on for over $1,000 if you have a monitor it >> a hacking group and germany is taking consideration in the iphone touch feature. they showed this feature on all you to-- i will say that it is not easy and most people will not go through all this trouble that will take to try to pull this off. do not worry too much about. apple has not commented but i am sure in a few weeks that will send out an update that will plug this whole thing. >> black berry has been sold. their largest shareholder wants to buy the company for $4.7 billion. he wants to run this as a private company. they faded
away and it is unclear what the future will hold. but for now they are still providing people with existing black berries. if i were you, i would not buy any new was until you find out what this unfolds. >> it features better camera, this kickstand has to angles of feeling. it starts at $450. lastly, steve jobs--his home is going to be a historical site. this was once apple's offical headquarters. this was the first prize for the first apple computer. >> citigroup says it is slashing about 1,000 jobs in nevada and texas, citing decreased demand for home loans and mortgage refinancing. the lender said monday that about 760 of the jobs being
eliminated are in las vegas, while another 100 are in irving, texas. the rest involve employees who work from home. most of the employees being laid off will continue to work until nov. 22, while some will stay on until march. rising interest rates this summer have cut sharply into demand for mortgage refinancing, a big driver of bank profits in recent years. citigroup inc.'s consumer banking earnings slipped 1 percent in the second quarter. >> here is a live look outside from one of creek. you concede there are not a lot of headlights and the traffic is still light.
>> san francisco is one of the 10 cities that have been awarded a million dollars in federal grant money to help reduce crime. the district attorney's office will use the departments of justice grant to address those who are victimized and affected by crime in the bay area. the grant will support research, counseling, and intervention. according to
the fbi by the crimes are nearly three times higher in the bay view area anywhere else in the city. >> drivers in the state will not have to watch how closely they are to bicyclist. governor jerry brown signed a legislation requiring drivers is the least 3 ft. away when a passing bicyclist. the measure states that drivers cannot leave now, then a slowdown in pass only when it does not endanger the person on the bicycle. is also important to note that bicycle is are subject to the " same old rules and regulations as other drivers on the road. >> burger king is launching new low-calorie french fries today. the fast food chain says its new "satisfries" have 30- percent less fat and 20- percent fewer calories than its current fries. b-k says the crinkle-cut fries also have 40-percent less fat than market leader mcdonald's -- and 30-percent fewer calories. the low-cal, low-fat fries at burger king will cost 20 cents to 30 cents more per serving, except in kids meals, where there will be
no price difference. >> let's get an update of the weather. maligned we are starting this morning off would pretty clear skies. we do have patchy clouds. the temperatures are a little bit warmer compared to 24 hours ago. we are starting out in 60's. you will notice that on future cast 4, by noon, right around lunchtime the temperatures will be in the low 60's. we was start to see some 70's at the land along the delta. we will continue to see the seven days very few if any 80s. although it will be a summit afternoon the temperatures will be 5 to 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. the winds will pick up into the afternoon. in fact by 8:00
p.m. the temperature for the most part will be back in the '60s. i do one more break down afternoon highs. we was start things out in the south bay. santa clara will have a high of 74 degrees. for the most part we will see 70's and east bay as well. it looks like 77 degrees is common for both pittsburg and fairfield. downtown sampras's go check in as 67 degrees yesterday. you can expect a wide range of seven dates for the area. >> today will be cool and tomorrow will be even cooler. if you like warmer weather that touch of summer will come back as we head into the weekend. the troubled forecasts shows active weather in miami. they have showers for seattle. if you are getting on a plan today to new york city, that would have a high of 71 degrees. mid-70s for washington d.c.. >> your 7 day forecasts are
around the bay shows cooler weather but the temperatures will be warmer by the weekend. we will be in the mid '80s by saturday and sunday. >> we will continue to monitor the weather but i do want you to look at the traffic. we have been problem free throughout the hour. here at the approach you can definitely see that it is a building. there is no weight at the pay date. this is a great time for your trip out to the east bay. keep in mind that you had to the san mateo bridge, if you have a late start we have consistently seen a backups during the 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. hour. so far, so good the drive time is 12 to 13 minutes. southbound 11 is a little hazy. there are no accidents as a worker way
out. 13 minutes from hercules to berkeley. westbound 24 has a clear shot through the tunnel. i have been keeping a close eye on westbound 580. here it looks like we're starting to see slow traffic and we're still in the yellow indicating the speeds are at 40 mi. per hour. >> some teens involved in trashing the home of a former n-f-l player. are saying they're sorry. former raiders player brian holloway. put out the call to the 300 teenagers. he says vandalized his home during a party while he was away. but as jennifer lee reports. only four teens showed up to help clean up. >> they could not believe what they saw. >> they are two of 300
teenagers the police say trespassed on his property. the damage has been done. they spray-painted and broke some of the windows. >> people were taxing each other at the address. the two teenagers came to is come to apologize. >> though former new england patriots won it them to come to his home to find redemption. >> they all need time to just talk. they need to work through this a temporary this was offensive to the entire community. he stated that the teenagers involved should take responsibility for what they have done. being a leader, being responsible, being
able to will tell someone that you are sorry and that you were wrong. >> that is what these other two teenagers did. they volunteer to clean up the mess. >> was it worth it? >> no, not all. >> according to published reports, mikaela and ricky are both being charged with trespassing. police are continuing to interview other teens who may be involved. >> the raiders got a big heaping dose of peyton manning on monday night football. manning threw for 374 yards and three touchdowns to lift the denver broncos to another easy victory, 37-21 over the raiders. the quarterback's 12 td passes are an nfl record for the opening three games, breaking tom brady's mark of 11 in 2011. even more impressive. manning has yet to throw an interception this year. terrelle pryor was 19 for 28 for 281 yards when he was knocked out of the game in the 4th quarter with a concussion.
the raiders will face an ailing washington team next sunday. >> jed lowrie hit a three- run homer, brandon moss added a two-run shot and the oakland athletics kept rolling toward the postseason with their fifth straight victory, 10-5 over the los angeles angels. tommy milone pitched into the sixth inning and seth smith had an early rbi double for the al west champion a's, who have won 11 of 13. seven a's drove in a run at the big a as oakland moved to a season-high 31 games over.500 with the majors' second-best record, just behind boston. >> kron4 morning news will continue after the break. here is a live look outside from mount tam cam are. your mother is next after the break.whether is next after the
>> the delta up braves will pick up and we will have warmer weather by thursday. i will tell you about your weather coming up. >> fall has just begun. but it looks like winter already in colorado. take a look at this snowy scene monday. this video was shot near the eisenhower tunnel on interstate 70 in summit county, colorado. snow covered the roads and all you can see are the head lights of cars as they pass by. forecasts predict showers for the rest of the day. snow isn't expected to show up again until thursday. >> the united states postal service on monday held special unveilings of its new forever stamp in atlanta and los angeles. in los angeles, postal officials dropped the curtain on this oversized stamp featuring the likeness of soul and r-and- b music legend ray charles, it included his signature smile. it's part of a special
series called "music icons forever". the celebration continued in l-a as the grammy museum welcomed friends of ray charles to take part in the ceremony. >> this is going to be something that people are going to see all around the world, like he was -- known all around the world." >> ray charles died in 2004. you can buy the "ray charles forever" stamps at your local post office or online. a sheet of 16 costs seven- dollars and 37-cents. >> we will take a break. here is a live look outside at the bay bridge toll i love having a free checked bag with my united mileageplus explorer card. i've saved $75 in checked bag fees. [ delavane ] priority boarding is really important to us.
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we are following this tuesday, september 24th. if an overnight shooting ends in a fatal car crash in oakland. >> a two-year old child in critical condition. after being hit by a car in pittsburg. the latest on the child's condition and was responsible coming up. >> following the lead is out of kenya this morning were hostages are still being held inside the mall as the situation goes into the fourth day. >> we are anticipating a cooler day around the bay in fact the temperatures will drop off as about 5 to 10 degrees. we do have 60 degrees out the door. it will be a little breezy for the afternoon and i will talk about what is in store for the next seven days. >> we're looking at pretty its most commute. it is easy
traffic conditions around the bay area. e no hotspots but we are seen slow traffic through the alta mott pass way. your quick commute check shows slow traffic for interstate 5 a. highway 4 is also doing okay. the south bay and the north bay is still pretty light. >> following developing nils out oakland this morning. police are investigating a crash that happened overnight in the 6800 block of bancroft avenue. kron4 jackie sissel is live in oakland police department headquarters with an update. >> i am here at the police headquarters in downtown oakland where investigators are continuing their investigation about eight shooting that led to a car crash and a person dying. this all started at around
10:15 p.m. when the police received a call about a shooting on 82nd ave. when they arrived at the scene and this is exactly what they discovered. they also must that two suspects had fled to the scene. when that were fleeing the scene oakland police stated that this is not a pursuit. they ran a red light and unfortunately this slammed into a second car and this car was turned over and unfortunate, killing the driver of that vehicle. and we can tell you that the two suspects were taken into custody oakland police. and there identification has might yet been released. at this point we are not sure what they're being charged with but also we have no motive for the shooting at this time. obviously, a tragic accident that ended in someone's life
>> ias soon as i receive more information i will pass it along. >> a man and a woman were injured in a shooting in east palo alto overnight. it happened around 1:30 a.m. in the 22nd hundred block of university ave. officers received a report of a vehicle being followed closely. shortly after a shot spotter called in a report of gunshots. officers found a vehicle with two or three occupant's suffering from gunshot wounds. they have been taken to local hospital. police are still searching for the gunman at this hour. >> a two year-old girl and pittsburg was hit by a car. the girl was playing outside with other children as you ran into the street after a ball. accident happened on
jimno avenue or on 6:00 p.m.. police say, the speed and alcohol do not appear to be a factor. the child was taken to oakland's children hospital and suffering from serious injuries. some members still kron4 that the girl is showing good of vital signs. >> tragedy at and east bay mill school in by one. last month, a candlelight vigil was held in memory of the 12 year old boy. he was on run over and killed while riding his bicycle. he was hit on monday morning outside of e xcelsior school in my room. the driver, had just dropped off her own child, police say, this she pulled out of the school and ran over him, his friends are remembering
him. >> he made everything better for us. he made it happy. >> at this point, no charges have been filed against the driver. officers say it just appears to have been an accident. >> here is a live look outside of the west gate mall in kenya. >> the deadly standoff at the mall interests in day four. kenyan mall attacker's said that hostages are still alive, militants hold still holding their ground ". kenyan officials tried to assure the public, saying that security forces or in control of the west a shopping mall in nairobi. at the time, it was not clear what the hostages were still inside. the u.s. state department is looking into reports that some of those gunman are americans.
>> we have no evidence at this time of their nationality or their citizenship. we will continue to look into this as the day goes on. >> so far, 62 people have been killed in this attack. >> new this morning, an autopsy report says that the mother of hanna anderson died from at least a dozen blows to the head. 44 year- old christina anderson was found in james dimaggios morning home near san diego back in august. the autopsy report says that anderson had duct tape all around her neck and mouth, and her
ankles were tied with plastic. she also had cuts to her neck that were inflicted after she died. the remains of the 8 year- old boy, as ethan anderson or also found in the house. he was killed on august 10th, in a shootout with the fbi. >> coming up on the kron4 morning news. 49 as head coach jim harbaugh is speaking out about aldon smith. we'll hear what he has to say about his recent treatment. >> three men are behind bars this morning after stealing from the casual car pulled drivers. we will explain how but robberies happened. >> following a new development of colorado where the death toll continues to rise. residents there are still cleaning up after major flooding.
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care act. however, as the debate over the legislation moves to the senate this week, congressional republicans are still at odds over whether tying obama carom to government funding is a smart strategy. that intraparty debate is likely to make the debate most slightly slower in the senate, meaning the president obama may not have a spending bill to sign until days or hours before government operations was start to shut down on october 1st. >> chicago police have filed charges in connection with a park shooting thursday that injured 13 people. the two suspects, a 20 year-old man and a 21 year-old man are both charged with three counts of attempted murder and aggravated battery with a firearm. this is video
from a scene last week. police said that both the suspect's played a significant role in the shooting. investigators say that assault style rifle and a high-capacity magazine was used in the shooting. they believe that the incident is gang related. >> and eighth person has now died from the severe body of an unidentified female was found in livermore your county over the weekend. two other people in the county are currently listed as missing and presumed dead. vice president joe biden is in the state today to view the damage and to survey the recovery efforts. front-row rains began september 12th and continued for several days, adding up to more than 18 in. and certain areas. >> here is a live look outside at the san mateo bridge. we will be right
>> new video from a wild fire that is burning in southern california. this is in the san gabrielle mountains. the fire started yesterday evening and is moving along a ridge toward the angeles national forest. firefighters are using water droppings from helicopters and other aircraft to contain the blaze. there are condominiums less than a mile away from the fire, but the winds would have to reverse course to be a serious threat. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >> if you like yesterday, you probably will not like it today. the morning has a warmer start. we have plenty of 60's outside. a cold
front will be approaching. the cooler air is certain periods it will stick around for a couple of days. less rent down here afternoon highs for today. in the south, there is nothing but 70's. sunny skies and breezy conditions along the delta. fairfield had winds at 22 mi. per hour. upper 70's for richmond. downtown san francisco will have a high of 67 degrees. >> in terms of your extended forecast the seven day of around the bay highlights tomorrow to be the coolest day of the week and the temperatures will be bouncing back by the end of the work week. by saturday and sunday will have high up from the mid '80s. the time
is 517. >> you will find that it is an easy ride and we're not tracking any hot spots. in fact the chp is pretty quiet with only one minor incident on 680 south bond before highway 4. here is a look at the bay bridge. this is an easy approach and we are incident. the span. you will have about a nine minute commute time even from highway 24 in san francisco. >> your trip to the san mateo bridge while it may did very heavy later right now it is an easy ride. the ride from marin county awful wall doe graves, is an easy trip with no delays reported. here is a look at the traffic mabs'. the accident reported was at 680 southbound. we're not having
any impact of this on the commute. i think it may already be off of the area. the 580 ride from a little more to castro valley is looking great but of course is slowing for alta mount pass way. the south bay freeway ride is looking're on 11 , 85, or 87. >> this is an easy trip through marin with no delays 1 01 southbound. >> in world news this morning, the head of the u.n.'s world food program said that an agreement is under discussion that will call for a cease-fire in parts of syria so that you end chemical weapons experts could try to bring the country's stock pile under international controls. the u.n. official says that the cease-fire would also allow humanitarian workers to get desperately needed aid to
the conflict areas that have been inaccessible. >> also in syria, an international aid organization says that millions of children in the country are at risk of malnutrition. save the children says that 4 million syrians, more than half of the children, for are unable to produce or buy enough food. the dolphins are living in battle zones as a civil war enters its third year. the group says that one in 20 children in areas around the baskets is severely malnourished. >> >> today, president obama addressed the united nations in new york. he is expected to call in u.n. security council members to approve a resolution that would create consequences for syria if it fails to turn over their chemical weapons. the president's address will also be closely watched for
signs that he may meet with i rents president, who has been making friendly gestures toward u.s. recently. >> in other world headlines, a former u.s. nuclear regulatory chief says that contaminated water is leaking at the crippled fuk ushima plant and had been known since early in the crisis and have worsened because japan acted too slowly. officials confirmed for the first time in july that contaminated water has been leaking to the public. >> new this morning, president of obamas healthcare lob hit is reuniting with him and former president bill clinton. the two will appear together during a yvette sponsored by the former president's foundation. this comes exactly one week before people who do not have health care insurance have to start signing up for coverage through this new
insurance plan. earlier this month, clinton urged opponents of the law to stop trying to undo it and instead, work to improve it. >> target says that they are hiring fewer holiday workers this year. target plans to hire about 70,000 employees to as for the holiday, this is down from 88,000 seasonal workers said they had last year. retailers across the board, have also been hurt team. >> the world's largest retailer said that it is bringing on 55,000 seasonal workers to handle their christmas rush this year, of some 50,000 lacher. wal-mart spokesperson says the company has opened several new stores in 2013, which is partly to why the number of seasonal hire reason is higher. >> a federal judge has ordered bank of america to pay nearly $2.2 million for
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line and welcome back. we are keeping our eyes on wall street this morning. concerns about the strand of the economy and the potential for a budget fight and washington have been weighed heavily on the stock market. >> here is a look a closing numbers. the dow lost 50 points. the nasdaq lost mine. the s&p 500 dropped eight. opening bell expected today as 6:30 a.m.. >> struggling smart phone maker black berry has plans to become a private company. the company announced an agreement with its largest shareholder, a fairfax financial, to sell itself for $4.7 million spread force magazine reports to the two companies signed a letter of intent, but that black berry can still shop around. the deal comes after black berry said that it would lay off 40% of their employment. the company will
block a 1 billion loss for last quarter. fairfax already owns about 10% stake in black berry. >> four linkedin users have filed a class-action lawsuit against the business social network. the suit accuses the company of breaking into accounts, harvesting e- mail's, and sending spam. they say that in an effort to get new users, they said e-mail's existing members context, using their name and likeness without their consent. they have denied that they had ever broken into or hacked a user's account. >> burger king is launching new low-calorie french fries today. the fast-food chain says that its new exodus of
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pushed closer to the 80 degree mark. we do have significant changes to highlight over the next seven days off. i will focus on your weekend forecast coming up credit >> will still tracking light traffic around the bay area with no hot spots. the san mateo bridge is still an easy trip with a 11 minutes. your quick commute check shows that we still have a typical pattern is unfolding with interstate 580 and highway 4. we are still looking at light conditions for the south bay peninsula and the north. >> the dull bills out of oakland this morning were police are investigating a shooting that ended in a fatal car crash. it all started over my with a shooting on the 1100 block of 82nd ave. police responded as the gunman was believed the scene. the driver of the car ran a red light, crashed into another car at the intersection of
church street and ben cross ave. this is video from the scene. the driver of the other vehicle died at the scene. two suspects have been arrested. >> following the latest with a possible second bart's strike as barred and unions head back to the negotiating table. j days remained, until the cooling- off period ends and workers have the ability to go back on strike if the dispute is not resolved. >> an update to a story that we brought you last week. there has been no change in the situation with the overcrowded bart trains. our says the this is because the union workers are still not signing up for overtime. therefore they do not have enough staff to keep all with the maintenance. for several weeks now bart has been running fewer train cars that the 573 cars that
are needed to meet the demand. they say that they are trying to catch up with the maintenance, but until then, you can expect that the crowds will continue. >> the state public utilities commission has finalized guidelines for citations against natural gas companies that the cost as much as 50,000 a day for each safety violation. in addition to spelling out possible fines, the pc establishes a whistle blower program to allow utility employees to report problems. there is a backlog of more than 600 natural gas safety violations, including some acknowledged by pg&e. the commission says it will soon begin issuing citations for those and others that are previously identified. >> three men have been arrested in connection with the armed robbery of several
casual car poor writers in oakland. the robberies happened on claremont avenue near highway 24 in the rock ridge neighborhood. the thieves held some carpoolers at gunpoint and stole money, wallets, purses, cell phones and backpacks. the three thieves were taken into custody hours after the robbers took place yesterday morning. >> sampras's go is one of the 10 cities that have been awarded a million dollars in federal grant money to help reduce crime. the district attorney's office will use the department of justice grant to address those victimize and affected by crime in the bay area's hunters point neighborhood. according to the fbi about the crimes are nearly three times higher in the bay view area than anywhere else in the city. >> a second second woman was
reason in 2010. she says that managers told her that her headscarf and violated the look policy. the judge in both cases ruled that it was in violation and it was discrimination. >> it was a good samaritan. frankly, i would assume that hit was just asking the children to go home. for something like this to happen is just not right. >> hit was found at did end of the street. police are still looking for the suspects this morning. >> the time is 5:36 a.m.. teachers' unions are filing a lawsuit on behalf of the san francisco college. >> keeping our eyes on kenya
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because they had catered to and they made all these arrangements. they had a good idea and they decided to invite 200 of the homeless to feast on a meal that would have been a part of their party. the family called a local organization and the daughter attended the event and she was happy that something good came out of this misfortune. >> and they stated they will do this again next year. >> this is a great example of how you could turn something bed into something good. >> we will be right back. >> there are so many things that we do on a daily basis.
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will now get an update on weather. >> we're waking up to mostly clear skies outside. here is a live look from our roof cam. the winds will definitely pick up especially along the delta. if we do have a breezy component with winds topping out at 22 mi. per hour. here in terms of your temperature it is a little bit warmer compared to yesterday. as we reach to the afternoon the temperatures will not climb are much in fact we will see 60's and 70's. it we really struggled to see any 80s whatsoever. the warmest boss will cover fairfield. mostly sunny skies but the temperature will be 10 degrees cooler down the east shore line. downtown san francisco will have a high of 67 degrees for the most
part it will be seven is in the south bay. >> by later on tonight will keep breezy conditions around. off the temperatures for the most part will be in the upper 50's, low 60's. your extended forecasts shows will cool things down for wednesday but pass that we will bounce back and rebound for we can. saturday and sunday we will be back into the mid '80s. >> overall we do have interesting changes for the next seven dates. >> looking at the bay bridge ride is starting to see a little bit of volume. there are no major delays. we're still incident free. the major allies have not yet been activated. highway 92, the san mateo bridge is still looking good and the volume is building. the drive time is about 11 minutes. the golden gate
bridge, 1 01 southbound is problem free. as we up that the east bay drive time looking at the ride and a state 80 even though we are stunned to pick up congestion to drive time is still just 12 minutes from hercules to berkeley. 60 minutes from you16 minutes to te dublin interchange. they're not lacking in the lane of 580 a mount pass way is better. the south bay freeway has not picked up in a congestion and the north bay ride is still looking good down to the golden gate bridge. >> ucsf is getting a $68 million endowment. sequoia
capital will be donating $30 million of the university has kicked in another 25 million to supplement the contribution plan to raise $5 million more. the fund will help cover the education and living expenses of students who are pursuing documdoctorates in the basic sciences. ucsf is a graduate student only helped scientists school that trains doctors and produces the '80s and disciplines such as biochemistry, neuroscience and genetics. >> to the teachers' unions filed a lawsuit on behalf of the san francisco's city college. they're asking for a court injunction, to prevent the school from losing its accreditation. that commission basic house a list of 14 recommendations to keep its accreditation.
this set in july, the the school on it till the 14 recommendations. a judge will decide on a possible injunction in the next few weeks. >> drivers and the state will not have to watch closely how they drive by bicyclist. governor jerry brown signed a legislation that requires drivers to stay at least 3 ft. away when passing a bicycle. the measure states that drivers cannot leave me, that must slow down and has owned a does not endanger the person on the bike. it is also important to note that the bicycle is our subject to the same rules as regulations are for drivers. >> minor's in california will now have a chance to remove embarrassing the photographs and potential damaging postings from social media websites that come from a bill signed into law. governor jerry brown, under the law, states that
the website operators would be required to be raised any postings when a minor acts them to do so. lott is set to take effect in january 2015. california will be the first state to enforce such a requirement. >> city group is cutting 1000 jobs due to a decrease demand for home loans and mortgage refinancing. about 760 of the jobs being eliminated are in loss vegas, while another 100 are in texas. citicorp consumer baking earnings slipped 1% in the second quarter. >> the san francisco 49ers are prepared to go forward without star linebacker and aldon smith. smith was placed on a reserve non football angeles monday, as he reportedly interest rehab for substance abuse.
he was arrested friday accused of driving under the influence and crashing into the front yard of his home. he is off the roster, and definitely. head coach jim harbaugh spoke at a press conference with his reactions to what the him getting help. >> on to bay area football. the raiders taking on the broncos. terrelle pryor , prime-time national tv debut. peyton manning, the share of first drive of the game, manning, to eric decker for a 2 yd touchdown. the score now is 7-0 broncos. second quarter the score is 17-0 broncos. pryor
hits denarius more, he gets away and go 73 yds for the touchdown the score is now 17-7 broncos. the final score 37-21 broncos. the raiders are now 1-2. it will post r g 3 and the redskins' next sunday. >> on to baseball. top of the third, the score 2-1 a's. jed lowrie had a three run home run to right center offer of a garrett richards. the score 5-1 a's. top of the fifth, the score 5-4 a's. brandon moss, two run homer to right breaks a close game wide open. the score is now 7-4 a's. the final score 10-5 days. the a's are at 94-63. they're
not just one game in back of boston for the best record in major league. >> after being just left for dead, team oracle usa won five straight elimination races. the score now is 8- 6, with the kiwis, team emirates new zealand, still just one win away. america's cup, both teams have actually won eight races. they have resisted our schedule for today. prices at 17 and 18 will be today at 1:15 p.m. and 1 at 2:15 p.m.. >> the time is 5:53 a.m.. here is a live look outside at the golden gate bridge.
>> the time is 5:56 a.m.. >> coming up on the kron4 morning news as 6:00 a.m.. following the latest out of contra costa county where a young boy is being remembered this morning after he was killed yesterday riding his bike. >> coming up 6:20 a.m. the government faces a potential shut down. how lawmakers on capitol hill are trying to make sure that the shutdown does not happen. >> coming up 6:45 a.m., kron4 financial expert rob black is ansett to talk about today's market number sprehere to talk about today's about today's market number sprehere to talk about today's market numbers.
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ahead. >> plus, a community in mourning after a 12 year old boy is hit and killed right >> and following the latest out of kenya this morning where hostages are * still being held inside the mall as the situation goes into it's fourth day. >> we're looking at cold weather and warm-up. >> we are starting in the morning off with mostly upper 60s of low 60's. it is clear skies are wrong most of the bay area. we have an approaching cold front that will keep the temperatures on the cooler side. we will not see any raindrops' associated but i will have a full look pitcher forecast coming up. >> the metering lights are not active at the bay bridge in the back up is starting to fill land. it reaches all the way to the firstr
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